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The Model Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

The Model Magistrate. He 13'a barrister with. a subdued, practice, and but little known beyond the usher of his court. He soon learns, however, that the scales of justice have tivo sides— one for the; rich and the other for .the. .poor... . .The balance, as he holds it, is rarely equal. For the one there is a line, 'which is immediately paid, ? for the other there is the Houseof Correction, with hard labour. The gentleman is invited tp,a seat oh the bench ;, the pauper is kindly ' in formed, that .'.' he had better mind Avhat he is about. ' ' He linows the intrinsic yal.u(e'pf ' every assault, and has fixed ? a' market price for every limb. An eye costs very little more than .a case of drunkenness. A broken head hejputs down at a couple of sovereigns, or a donation to the poor box. He. is sorry to see a young gentleman, ' who had been dining out,' forget himself so, and will only fine him five shil lings this time. He is sure he has^eeti every applewoman before.'. ,11° M}}1 'a.^^ %i...

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LICENSING. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst Feb 7 1848 [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

LICENSING. To the Editor of ;The BATHURst 'ADyocAtE..j1}iii 'RatViiirHf 'PoV^ .'J.lQ/lQ. Sir,— I beg leave tlrf ough themedium of your columns J» to state a case of hardship, and I may say of prejudice j on the part of the Licensing Magistrates. A-shorJ; time since, a respectable individual in this (own, ^nds who formerly held a victualer's license, appHe'4jLqiUito uencn or magistrates lor tlie usual certificate. fbrnobH taining a Wine and Beer License, the premises 9»r«a eligible for the purpose, and to the individual ,-himseJff. there could be no reasonable objection.; howevectam the subject being brought before- the bench'.itlieiroagis trates were divided in opinion, the numbers- forand,' against being equal, and the subject is still in abeyance ; the dissentients assign as their reason that there isfflo: occasion for opening' another of these: shbps,-! which they say would tend still further to dembriliz'aUo'nr~of the population of the town and 'neighbourhood V'j differ in toto ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. ' ? The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded.. No verbal communications can be attended to and all postages must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. RALPH COHEN, Carcoar. Mr. J. MORAN, Blackman's Swamp 8f Molong. Mr. JOSEPH MATTHEWS, Wellington. Mr. JAMES MORLEY, Stationer, Sydney. Edited, Printed and Published by Benjamin Isaacs. CSole Proprietor ,J at 'The Bathuust Advocate' Office, William-street, Bathurst, New South 'Wales. —...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

Deaths.                   On the 3rd instant, at her Brothers, Messrs. J. and A. MURRAY, Molong, Mrs. FRANCES JOHNSTON, late of Neutral Bay, North Shore, Sydney.       On the 3rd instant, at his residence, Graystanes, Prospect, Nelson Simmons Lawson, Esq., M.C., in the 43rd year of his age, after a short and painful illness.              

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

We do not identify ourseves with the opinions     of our correspondents.            

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

TO ADVERTISERS   The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement,which must       be sent before twelve o'clock on Friday, and all orders to withdraw, not later than four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

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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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849. LATEST FROM IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

THE E ATKURST ADYOCATE. ; iS^TURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849; .'i -.',';; .r. ;.;.; ?.'? ?/:.: ... . , ? ' ''..'' VTT-ajATBSX frcksvx zaEiii&tfs: ' - fFromliiT. Dublin Eveni.no Frkeman, -.Oct. 10. J -Thk following is the verdict and sentence of Mr. Smith^O'Brien :— * ,--.( At-.; a, quarter -past i i five o'clock, the jndges ej5£ntered'the; Go,Urt, took their seats on the Bench i;an3''-MrT;;Sfnith^O'Briea-,\vas placed at the bar. 7!'? The,. Clerk. .of the Crown havins: called over the names of the Jury, asked, ? (xeitt-lemen,— haycynu... agreed to your ver ya^}fe%remanr^x:s.v : ? S'3Wi ^fe^^/^Orown— How say you.' Is A verdict of ijruiltywasthen returned, with '?'f*'tliefollowingi recommendation :— ??:(''. j' '.We earnestly' 'recommend the prisoner ,to vl^f,ti.^;jmerciful-,cp-nside of the Government, the Jury being unanimously of opinion that, jfo'rsmahy reasons,: his, life should be spared.' '' For selfand fellows, *£'-'.?-.??-?-'. R/lClURD M. S./MaNSKRAOH, . -n: *,-» Kiohu :?; ?:,...

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Bathurst Town Common. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

' Batliurst Town Common. Tii'pitfqilowing letter, has been r'feceiyed. by J. B. Ba'ryall. Esq;, M,C.,'on the subject o^-the. i Town' Common;; , It ! will be, ;. necessary fbi the' inhabitants to meet and point outvwhat portion they wish, to have appropriated for tlier pur poses alluded to. ???'?? .- ? ..-.. . Colonial Secretary's Office,* ;,:; Sydney, 25th January, 1849;: Sir, — In referring to. my letter of the, 23rd September last, r respecting the. petition 'for- warded by you from certain inhabitants; of. the town of Bathurst, soliciting that a portion of land adjacent the'rieto may be set' apart\fbr depastming. their milch eows, I have now the honour to inform .you, that the Attorney General, and Solicitor -General, have rgiven their, opinion as to the best mode for protecting the rights of the town's people to triefpastii-: rage of any land1 which it;rnaybe considered expedient to reserve for the purpose, -frqiuiihe- use of. .the ,' neighbour ing ' land: ownefslswib might othe...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, Feb. 8, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

:; ?. .-Tothe. Editor o/.The Bathurst Apv'ocATEio-i' ? ?'' .' ': r :'nMiwsj;'yfc.'S'ifer . Sir— I perceive by your last.issue., tlin'rtjier!Frpiniso is a subject in which the inhabitfliits^f'thJs.liiStffcfarc begining to feel a little intere,st,and..are? sfraRinW off' the lethargy for which they are.prbVerb'iai.'Vtn^Sfthis. is a subject of great importance toV;aTrec,^peop%[/!t i.t perfectly right that they should arousf'tfieins'eH^l^'and shew to the world that thcylarci 'intkgsted'i'in^10' : It is an axiom in politics,; tii«i(t;th'eigrea't jjoimf'tb bo gained by any method ofelectrng a rcpi;esenta\iVe?bbdv is. that all . tlie.;intcrests.. tov be, represeHtccl.'!!^ fhe'ir dueproportion , of .representatives, aiidlif .aWineihod of obtaining tliis,.end,,,cari;'be':nxed'Hp1bVtwffVimost desirable..: ;..r.. . ,..,,.,. ','':V...' ,;,''?'}* ilsJ «'» There are three great interests' m tMk%\oM^viz.r the pastoral,;agricultural, and cbmmOTciu); ai?d it^Kould be considered, a point of pafamouniM...

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Naval and Military. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

Naval and military. The Times of the 13th September contains the terms and conditions, fixed by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, upon which military and naval settlers . may obtain land in the British colonies. It will be seen that the amount to be remitted in favour of purchasers is doubled. by the following abstract : — In the different Australian settlements, in Ceylon, and the Cape of Good Hope,, land is disposed of by -sale only ; but, officers purchasing land are allowed a remission of the purchase, money, according :::;ttbi;'/the''/\'follqwing.j'scale^;--rr.Iileld ,officers-pf 25 years' (. service and!, upward Sj in the whole ;£600;(i0f .-26,,-/.y.eats/Mand.yup-vards, ^500 ; ;of 1:5- or-less^ years' service,' £400:; Vcaptains Cqf tll 5 yeaV's!! ''derVice-' or;: less; £300, ?, subalterns pf72bj/,y'ears'.'s^ £200. irSubal terns ^nder.Tly'eafs,1' standing a^ not entitled^ !to any'j remission., /;. Regimental :'s,taff3pfficers/and''ira1edicari officers' of the army and na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

HOLIiOV/AVS MEDICINES, Co'fy of a Letter from Thomas Holloway, Esq., ,'to his Wholesale Agent for New South , 'Wales, Australia Felix', and New Zealand. . ' ' 241, Strand, London. , , July 29, 1818. . To J.\K. HEYDONfEkLjy&dney. ! ? FBflHIS IS TO CERTlFHSfcft you are- my sole _EL appointed agent for the sale of Holloway's Fills- and Ointment, ihNew South Wales, Australia Felix, andNew Zealand, and you are hereby authorised to appoint sub-agents throughout these colonies, for the sale of the said medicines. I trust you will give publicity to the fact that Jspurious medicines, bearing my name, are being sold in New South Wales, with a forged government stamp affixed, and that you offer a reward of Twenty Pounds (£20) to any one who will give information that may lead to the discovery and conviction of the offenders, or even the vendors of the spurious article. I wish -at also to be known ffiat I have communicated herewith the Honorable the Com missioners of Her Majesty's Stamp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

?^M[7rHEREASr-A HORSE was stolen from my a ^RiWi- ? vpadiiock, adjoining the Township, in the ; early* ,?part of January, and was taken to Windsor, 'ah'd' sold there to Mr. Hudson, by a man giving his -Kanie ' JOHN^GEORGE.' I hereby offer the above Reward, to -any person giving such information as will lead ,tp:the apprehension and conviction of the said ' JOHN GEORGE.' The name is supposed to be factitious,' biitl have ascertained that he arrived in the colony arboy, about the year 1834, in the ship John Barry. He is now about 28 years of age, about 5 .fect-7. inches high, dark complexion, brown hair, and Whiskers, spare figure, and an Englishman, and, 'is'said to have been lately a stockman in the neigh-, bburhbo'd of Summer-hill. .tti HENRY ROTTON, i Bathurst, Feb. 9, 1849. * *'[ JOKW SVHNE ?;s; 'W»EGS' LEAVE to infornithe Public, that he has JEM;... taken the REGISTRY OFFICE of Mr. John Cronari,' -for Hiring'sServants, ;--'near Mr. Patrick ;;White's Hotel. Gentlemen's orders (by...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

Shipping Intelligence.       ARRIVALS.         FEBRUARY 1. Princess Helena, barque, Capt. Carru- thers, from Liverpool the 7th October.   FEBRUARY 2. Fair Tasmanian, barque, Capt. Ellis, from Hobart Town the 27th ultimo.         3. Maid of Erin, brig, Capt. Heslop, from Laun-       ceston the 29th ultimo.           3. Thomas Henry, barque, Capt. Jury, from London having left the Downs on the 8th October. 4. Winslow, American barque, Capt. Simons, from the Whaling Grounds.   4. William, brig, Capt. Nagle, from the Fegee Islands the 22nd January. Ann Mary, schooner, Capt. Brown, from Moreton Bay the 22th January.             5. Opalia, scho...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 February 1849

Police Office Friday 3 Feb 1849 - continued. Before the Police Magistrate & J. S. Rodd, Esq., J.P. Prince v Tait - This was a case under the hired Servants Act, the plaintiff suing for wages due. Mr. Dowling appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. McIntosh for the defence.             The plaintiff and wife hired with Mr. Tait on,the 5th of April last. for six months, at the rate of £35 per annum; at the expiration of that term Mrs. Tait prevailed on the plaintiff and wife to stay three months longer, with a promise of an additional 4s. per week. Mr. Tait being absent at the time. On the return of Mr. Tait plaintiff went on as usual; on the 6th Janu ary, being the expiration of the three months, plaintiff intimated his wish to leave and applied to defendant for a settlement of wages, and a discharge, which he refused to do, till he found two mares and foals which he had lost, Defendant gave some mares ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 February 1849

[Advertisement.] — Da. Binns and Hollowat's Ointment. — -Dr. Binns, who was one of the principal physicians' in the island of Jamaica, has expressed himself in the following mariner respecting the sur prising healing properties of Holloway's Ointment : — I have made many trials of this ointment in cases of chronic ulcers which several year's experience in the West Indies taught me to consider as incurable. I am now happy to say . that in all cases it was really arid truly efficacious. — Signed, E. Binns, M.D., F.S.A., Sco. Holloway's ointment will cure bad legs however long standing, likewise the most obstinate cases of king's evil or scrofula. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The. Quarters end on the' last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOB ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one i...

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THE SQUATTER'S PERPLEXITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 February 1849

THE SQUATTER'S PERPLEXITY. How long shall I sigh, how long shall I groan, How long shall I live in my bark hut alone, With station unsocial, and tenures uncertain, Without 'ere a table-cloth, carpet, or curtain ? Without 'ere a wife, my sad solitude chusing My youth and spirit9 all fast away wearing ; No flower in my garden, no egg in the nest ; While moping in town, is, the maid .1 love best, .. My trampers, and drays, I can only make known, My love, arid my sorrow'Sj-^-oh home, and oh home ! Oh ! distant is Sydney, and lone is the bush, And wild are the thoughts— to my brain that will rush, . When I fancy the dangers my lov'd one besetting Perhaps even how her true bushmen forgetting, The Red-coats, the Blue-coats, the soft smiling clerks, The parties, the walks in the garden, and parks ; Oh ! me, can I hope, that my weak written vows, Mail crumpled, and stained, can such /weapons oppose, Yet, how can I leave this, how live here alone, Or, how brine her hither, oh home, and oh, ho...

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THE EPISCOPAL BURYING GROUND, NEAR BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 February 1849

the episcof al burying ground; near bathurst: In the wild and dreary wilderness, Yet near the haunts , of men^ There is a lone seiniester'dspot, In the bosom of a: glen. Where, in silence and in solitude, . ../'?'.,.' Is found a place of rest, ;' For those: whose earthly course is done, - The guilty or distress'd. ? ' And for those little blameloss tones, -' R Whose spirits all too pure - To battle with the load of life, .-??:?. Which they could not endure ! ? - ?? The inother',s first— most treasur'd one, . The young— and hoary head, Alike have found a lonely tomb Till ' Last Trump' wakes the dead. A. F. February 15', 2849.

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Colonial Finance. (From THE EXAMINER, Aug. 19, 1848.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 February 1849

Colonial Finance. (From The Examiner, Aug. 19, 1848.^ The powerful and instructive speech of Sir William Molesworth iB by far the ablest and the compleiest exposure of Colonial misrule that has ever been laid before the public. The rottenness of the whole fabric is laid bare, and not a word can be said with any show of decency or grace even in extenuation — unless, indeed, it be to acknowledge the evil manfully and to sac about reformation* We have, exclusive of the possessions under the management of the East India Company, forty ColonieB, — four in Europe, five in North America, five in Africa, three among the Asiatic Islands, and five in the Pacific. The very number is overwhelming. These Colonies are scattered to the 47th degree of South latitude, and Britain's red mark reaches to the magnetic pole ; in longtitude they make the circle of the globe. SomeVare in the sweltering1 swamps of the equator, where there is no difference be tween the length of the day and night*— no change...

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GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 February 1849

GOLD. One of the most important discoveries that ever took place in any settlement of the. British Crown has been made in Port Phillip within the last few weeks. We subjoin the following account, as published in the Argus Extraordi nary oi the 31st ult. ,' A shepherd called some weeks since npon Mr. Brentani, of Collins-street, with a speci men of a metal which he had found in his wanderings, and which immediately struck Mr. Brentani as being fine gold. He applied for a more accurate essay to Mr. Duchene, also of this town, who at once. pronounced it a fine specimen of ' the root of evil.' Mr. Duchene proceeded with the shepherd to the spot, in the neighbourhood of the Pyrenees, and found indications of the metal in great abundance, and extending over a great space. He returned to Melbourne with ore sufficient to yield £100 worth of pure gold, and accom panied by Messrs. Brentani and Forrester, was making a second' trip to the. spot, when, through some misunderstanding they separate...

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