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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1849. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

;Tip;;;MtHTJRST ADVOCATE. *.tSATURDAYJr. JANUARY 27, 1849. LLATEE ENGLISH NEWS. TgjEalate'^arri«als.t..from Great Britain are hea viLyjlac}e.nvw:itlv inforrpation, all of which goes toY'fcbnfiVmythe'-forebodings to which we have heretofore r'siven, publicity. The affairs of the Continent,' are evidently more unsettled than ever,; and !, there .:, is no, appearance of 'things settling down as' they were before' — to use the phrase of historical politicians — No : that time' is- gone for ever. We have certainly en tered ,;Upon a new era; and the time is ap proaching with amazing and tremendous velo city,1 when the Heralds of Kingdoms will pro claim td the world, Old things have passed away. The Statute Book of the Nations, so long 'con- sidered stereotyped, is now about to undergo a. complete revision, and a new edition will spee dily be1 published to the world with the- ftna,T corrections and emendations. !?;-:'' ;Poor : wretched Ireland presents a ; most : heartrending spectacle. .B...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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AN EVENING SCENE WITHIN THE TROPICS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

AN EVENING SCENE WITHIN THE TROPICS Here we have neither Scotish gloaming nor English twilight,' no sooner has the sun disappeared in a flood of Tropical glory, than we are left to the mild and gentle light of the moon and stars, and they certainly do look out upon , us most delightfully. So free and unimpeded is the communication between the heavenly bodies and the great world of waters below, that I have seen the starry rays forming luminous tracks along the ocean, even in moonlight, nearly as bright as a lunar rainbow. One night lately, I had a melancholy pleasure in sitting on the stern of the vessel, and watching what I took tobc the northcrnpole star, disap pearing bolow the horizon. In this way I looked upon it as some friendly eye beaming upon me to the last from my native land ; the idea was fanciful, but none the less pleasing on that account. Unless in rainy, or somewhat thick and hazy weather, I have rarely observed the clouds ascend here as they do in colder regions. Du...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

©rig-inal Poetry. ? u ? . There is a chord though seldom touched, Yet ne'er is touched in vain, For when once wounded never more, Will it be free from pain. In deep recesses of the heart, Its wonted functions play ; But when once seared the bitter smart, Brings premature decay. The common world with feelings dead, Quite callous, cold, unkind ; Cannot suppose that there exists, A feeling so refined. They cannot feel, so cannot know That there is ought to find, But common feelings that pervade, The bulk of human kind. Unconscious fools ! — yet happier they, Than those who higher soar, Only to prove that mortal clay. Must bend to misery's pow'r. To find that beauty is but false, And loveliness a snare, That though the features be divine No feeling heart is there. That like a whited sepulchre, Most beauteous to the eye, Its inside shows but rotten bones, And rank putridity. DELTA. mn ii i ur— vi www— ?— wmmm— .

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

9f; '^iftM or^equests. ? .MQNDAy.lastV : beingJ*tb\e day appointed for the/sitting of^ this' QourV,?the chair* was' taken at 10 o'clock, by C.H;' Green, Esq., J.Pi,: assisted during the day by W.iH.'SiittnriEsa..' J.P.... ; . . ? There were fifty-seven cases disposed of, some non appearances.isettled out of Court, and acknowledged debts.' ! The following was the most interesting : — Mr. M'Intbsh for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Bligh for defence. Sloman and Ashe v. Boyle. — This was to recover the sum of £10, the particulars of. which are as follows: ',— In December last,, plaintiffs (who are Auctioneers in this town) sqlda quantity of merchandise, the property ?of a Mir. M. Phillips, of Sydney, whxh occupied three days, the 7th, 8th and 9th of that month, previous to the commencement of the sale on those respective days, they read the terms of sale; a copy of which was produced in Court, which were:— Under £25, cash; vaboye'that ampunt,'approved endorsed bills, at three1 months, 'and up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

TH E^G^RE ATEST SA LE| Of any Medicine in 'the Globe. | HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. CURE OF DISEASED LIVER. Campbelitown, April 11, 1848. To Ma. Heydon. Sir,— I feel it a duty incumbent on me and the community at large to know the wonderful cure that has been performed on me by the effects of Holloway's Medicine. I have, for the last six months, been afflicted with the liver complaint, and at last was compelled to take to my bed in a very low state, so bad that I did not think I would ever rise in health again. After trying medical aid, and finding no relief, I was advised by Mr. William Bursill to try the Medicine aforenamed, which I did, and after one or two doses of Holloway's Pills, and rubbing in the Ointment, I found great relief, -1 and by strictly following the rules laid down by Mr. Hollo way, and using his Pills and Ointment for six weeks, I find myself in the enjoyment of as good health as ever I possessed in my life. The truth of this statement is incontestible, as there is not on...

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The Printer. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

The Printer, ' I pity the printer,' said my uncle Toby. ' He's a poor creature,' rejoined Trim. ' How so?' said my uncle. 'Because, in the first place,' continued the corporal, looking full upon mv uncle, ' because he must endeavour to please every body. In the negligence of a moment, perhaps, a small paragraph pops upon him, he hastily throws it to the compo sitor, it is inserted, and he is ruined to all intents and purposes.' ' Too much the case, Trim,' said my uncle, with a deep sigh ; ' too — much — the — case.' ' And please your honour,' continued Trim, elevating his voice, and striking into an imploring attitude, ' this is not the whole.' ' Go on, Trim,' said my uncle, feelingly. 'The printer, sometimes,' pursued the corporal, ' hits upon a piece that pleases him mightily; and he thinks it cannot but go down with his subscribers. But, alas ! sir, who can calculate the human mind ? He inserts it, and it is all over with him. They forgive others, but they cannot forgive a printe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

Price One Shilling, ' AT ; THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE AND ?STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, THE COMMERCIAL AND . UP-COUNTRY; For 1849. SCHOOL BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ALWAYS ON HAND. : dissolution of PASIXNSH.SSZE?. STgTCjHE U N D E R S IGNED beg to announce Jjjjjj that their Sale fey Auction Will take place about the latter end of March or beginning of April, and that, in order to lessen as much as possible the sacrifice upon their Stock that must then take place, they will in the meantime dis pose of the greater part of the Goods they have on hand at considerably below the Cost Price, and on none of them will they ask any profit. 'ihey have still left a Large Stock of Ironmongery Goods; Draperies; Haberdashery and Hosiery; Beavei and Felt Hats ; Groceries ; Brushware ; Rock and Liverpool Salt ; Black and Green Tea (best brands in the market ;) Fine bright Sugar ; Twine, String, Rope, &c, &c, &c. ALSO, AN INVOICE of STATIONERY GOODS, comprising —...

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Original Correspondent. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

HBvisitinl -&avtt£pattlienct, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Sib,— I do not know how others may feel when similarly occupied, but to me few things could be more painfully melancholy, than the task of overhauling the contents of my writing dqsk, and destroying an accu mulated mass of letters and manuscript papers, partly the production of my own pen, and partly, it may be, the affectionate outpourings of the heart of distant and dear friends, therein secreted, unread, and undisturbed for a number of by-gone years. ? Having just been en gaged iin^tlxe operation of burning thoughts, senti ments,', and'^yllablcs, an operation well calculated to make us/^oSder on the lapse of time, and on various other. serious and important matters, I bog to send you for. 'insertion in the Bathurst Advocate — which I am glad totunderstand is- gradually gaining ground in public favour, and which I trust may yet be the means of considerably, enlightening the somewhat morally and political...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

Married, At Saint Paul's, Carcoar, on Sunday, 21st instant, by the Rev. P. P. AGNEW, JOHN FURBY, to JANE,   relict of the late HENRY WILLIAMS, of Maitland, and both of Coombing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our Correspondents.

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THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OPENING SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

The Attorkey-General's Opening Speech. The Attorney-General then addressed the Jury. He said it was now his duty to state to the jury the facts of this case, and the evidence- he meant to bring for ward on the part of the Crown, in support of the very, serious charges that he had considered it his duty to submit to them against the prisoner, Mr. W. Si O'Brien. That gentleman was charged with an offence tlibTiighest aiicl 'greatest fiTtEr contemplation of the v I £'-H'-''ti;I-J ^nmv'lJizisn-.-iL-^i'Jii'.:^ ?-;?£ wj^tiM jk. IftWj.of jWnfch ^^sudjoc^ could, pe,guilt)r.jiic;, was, I'chargcd with, 'the offence of* high treason'. t Fortunately, trials for high' 'treason were of urifrequent occurrence; andtherefoVeii. might be necessary for him to state to the jury what he conceived to he the law of the case, in order that they might properly apply the evidence whicto'iriight be produced before them, and know the nature of the. charge they were trying. In very early times (the reign of' Ed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

Notice! Notice:: Notice II : PHB^HE SUBSCRIBERS to Ma. Horan's Club, in JL the LATE LOTTERY, are requested to meet at his House, on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, at:8 o'clock, for the purpose of DRAWING LOTS for the Twelve Tickets belonging to the CLUB. ? Bathurst, 26th January, 1849. ~ BATHURST. ? B. LUCAS /? : / »EGS to inform the IrJhabit^hts of, Bathurst and its Vicinity, ihat' he iiasjust received a Supply of Goods of the. Newest and ' Choicest description, Comprising-r-Printed Muslin Dresses, Mouselinde Laines, Belzorines, French Muslins, French and Scotch Ginghams, Prints, Ribbons, Lace, Hosieiy arid Gloves. Also, an immense lot of Ladies' Kid, Spanish and Patent Leather Shoes ; Children's Patent and Seal Shoes. All of which, B. L. is determined to sell decidedly cheap. The whole of the previous Stock has undergone a thorough reduction in price. CAUTION. ~ I HEREBY caution the public from giving credit to my wife, Ellen Ward, as I will not be answer able for any debts she may contr...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, 20TH JANUARY, 1848. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

Police Office. Saturday, 20th January, 1848. Before the Police Magistrate. Ellen Dogherty and Charles Brotherton, were charged with drunkenness, and fined 10s. each, or 24 hours to the cells.     George Charleywood T. L. holder, was brought up   on a charge of furious riding on the 29th November last. He was summoned to appear on that charge on the 24th December last, but did not obey the summons; he was now also charged with contempt of courts He was fined £3'and costs, or 1 calendar month to the gaol, and remanded on the second charge, but upon his paying the fine, he was discharged with a good reprimanding.   Tuesday           Before the Police Magistrate.     Ellen Dogherty, drunkenness and vagrancy, was sentenced to one month's hard labour in the gaol.   Mary Ann Kelly, drunkenness, fined 5s. or 24 hours to the cells. Wednes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.   All communications for this Journal must be accom- panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. . ' F. S." Your contributions will, at any time, be thankfully received. The last came too late for this week's publication.

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Settlers' "Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

SettZer3' Wholesale 2»rice Current. SYDNEY. Whkat. — Prices have slightly declined ; 3s. 6d. to 3s. lOd. per bushel have been realised on sales effected. ?Flour is still quoted at£10for fine, £9 seconds, and £8 ration per ton. Maize. — If good sound samples, is worth Is. 8d. per bushel. Barley only of the very best samples, will find purchasers. Oats are dull of sale and stock plentiful. Hay is realising from £2 10s. to £3 per ton. Butter. — Prices keep extremely low; sales im prove for shipment. Cheese, if good, will realise 3d. to 3£d. per lb, Bacon and Hams, if well smoked, and cured, ara in demand at 4d. per lb. Eggs are worth 6d. per dozen. Fat Pigs. — Nominal. Fat Calves vary from 10s. to 15s. each. Fat Sheep must be very prime to realise 5s. ; the supply good. Fat Bullocks. — The supply is well kept up, and are worth from 35s. to 40s. Tallow is worth from £28 to £30 per ton, and in demand for shipment. Hides. — Very low in price, and sales dull. ?Tobacco. — Scarce, and in dem...

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The Chartists' Sentences. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

__________       The Chartists' Sentences. Mr. Baron Platt, in passing sentence on the pri- soners, said: William Dowling, William Lacey, Thomas Fay, and William Cuffey ; you have been tried by two juries of your country, you William Dowling by one, and the other prisoners by another, and they have arrived at the only conclusion that could be come to by twelve upright and reasonable gentlemen upon the evidence that had been adduced before them. That you were guilty of the offence with which you were charged, there can be no doubt It is quite clear that you intended to levy war against the Queen to compel her by force of arms to alter her counsels, and with regard to you William Dowling, it is evident that your object in joining with the others was to dismember the empire and separate Ireland by force of arms from this country. What right had you to set up your understanding against the experience of mankind and the result of ancient wisdom ! Yo...

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SINGLETON—Murder of a Female. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

SINGLETON — Murder of a Female. (From the Maitland Mercury, Jan. 17.)     On Saturday last , the town and neighbour-   hood of Singleton were thrown into a state of intense excitement, owing to the discovery of one of the most brutal murders that has,   perhaps, ever been perpetrated in the colony.   The murdered person was a female who had been for some years in the family of Helenus Scott, Esq., of Glendon ; and was engaged in matrimony to Mr. Edmond King, superinten-   dent to George Wyndham, Esq., of Glendon   Brook ; and the day appointed for the wedding was last Sunday, the day the unfortunate deceased was buried. It appeared that the deceased Mary Sadlier,     who was a widow about 39 years of age, had been stopping at Singleton for a few days, and that on Thursday last, Mr. King sent a horse and cart in charge of a man named Hearn, to bring back Mrs. Sadleir t...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

ARRIVALS   JANUARY 17. Thomas Arbuthnot, ship, Capt.Heaton, from Plymouth the 6th of October, with emigrants and merchandise.       17. Minerva, schooner, Capt. M' Arthur, from Port-   land Bay the 2nd instant.       17. Alert, barque, Capt. Davidson, from London, having left the Downs on the 4th September. 17. Edward, schooner, Capt. Truscott, from the whaling grounds.   17. Emma, brig, Capt. Osborne, from Adelaide the 4th instant.         18. Christina, brig, Capt. Saunders, from Port   Phillip the 13th instant.       l8. Pestonjee Bomanjee, barque, Capt. Baker, from Hobart Town the 12th instant. l8. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Capt. Stericker, from Moreton Bay the 14th instant. 19. James Turcan, barque, Capt. Turcan from Manila.     &a...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 February 1849

Impounded, At O'Connell Plains, — On the 9th day of Janu ary, 1849, from the Estate of Rev. Wm. Walker :- r Red cow, T.K off rump, illegible brand like Y or Y2C off ribs; damages 6d. Also, on 20th January, from, the Estate of J. W. Lowe, Esq., J.P. .-—Red bullock'; Wit with a bell round his neck. Black cow, MD off rump and ribs, slit in near, ear, off ear marked. White, and yellow poley cow, TY off ribs, like }iq near shoulder, like CIK ribs, and like jjq near hip, near ear marked. Blue and white calfyof the above, no visible brand. Brindle bullock, like JK off rump, 305 under on thigh. Red and white bullock, WTI near rump, like gR or 3K off rump, near ear marked. Brown and white bullock, WM near rump and thigh, both ears marked ; damages Gd. per head. If not re leased they will be sold on the 15th February, 1849. J. Roberts, Poundkeeper. AtMuDGEE, — On the 13th day of January, 1849, from the Estate of Charles B. Lowe, Esq., of Garee : White and brindle spotted bullock, WD off hip, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 February 1849

TAKE NOTICE   CARCOAR SUBSCRIBERS to The Bathurst Advocate, are respectfully informed, that MR. RALPH COHEN has undertaken the Agency of this Journal, in place of Mr. S. Meyer.

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