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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

SftfinHiiff 3HttteHtacuc«# . - ^ARRIVALS. February H.aJGliampion, schooner, Capt. 'Col]^s,. from Moroton Bayrthe 8th. instant. - / ' ,.., 14. Olinda, -barque, vCapti Sinclair, from Oporto the 16th September.; : : 15. Rosetta Joseph, barque, Cant. Patrick, from Hongkong- the,'21tli November, and Manila the'20th December. ; , .- ? J . 15, Secret, schooner, Capt. Hunter, from Moreton Bay the 9th instant!''' 15. James and Amelia, cutter, CaptI Piggins, from Wid« Bay the 10th instant. .( 16. Vanguard, schooner, Capt. Redman, fiom the Island of Tanna, 28th January. 18. Arabian, barque, Capt. Snowdeh, from London, 16th October. ? . . . : 20. Scotland, American ship, Capt. Smith, from the Whaling Grounds. . . .DEPARTURES. . FEBRO\n.Y 14. Fair Tasmanian,'' barque, Capt. Ellis, for Hobart Town via Newcastle. ? ??? , 15. Waterloo, ship, Capt. Neatby, for London. 15. William, brig, Capt. Lovett, for Launceston. 15. Lexington, American barque, Capt. Saunders, for the South Sea Fishery. 16. Louis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

Birth. On the 18th instant, at her residence, Union Bank   of Australia, Bathurst, Mrs. S. KENNEDY, of a son.  

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Beginning of the Year in various Nations [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

Seg-Inning- of the TTear Sn various Nations, The Chaldeans and, Egyptians dated their years from the autumnal equinox. The ecclesiastical year of the Jews began in the spring ; but in civil affairs they retain the epoch of the Egyptian year. The ancient Chinese reckoned from the new moon nearest the middle of Aquarius. The year of Romulus commenced in March, and that of Numa in January. The Turks and Arabs date the year from the 16th July. Drenschid, or Grremschid, king of Persia, observed on the day of his public entry into Persepolis, that the sun entered into Aries ; and in commemoration of this fortunate event he ordered the beginning of the year to be removed from the autumnal to the vernal equinox. The Brahmans begin their year with the new moon in April. The Mexicans begin it in February, when the leaves begin to grow green. Their year consists of eighteen months, having twenty days each; the last five days- are spent in mirth, and no business is suffered to be done, nor even...

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BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

BATHUSST CIRCUIT COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1849. i The Bathurst. Assizes commenced this; day,- aU&'&li: usual, occasioned a considerable influx of: visitors. His Honor M. Justice' Manning, accompanied by,^he High Sheriff, and Clerk of Arraigns,: arrived at Rptton's Hotel this, morning, at about half , past' eighjt1 o'clock, and at ten. proceeded to Church, after-Whiatt^ they immediately went to Mr. 'NVlijte's1 'Hotel, .wfaftrer, the Court is at present heldv' th&lNe\v;.Court:,Hpus£_ being as yet in an unfinished ; state. The, |Calend^ir' contains the names of twenty-one prisoners',' 'none'of; the offences being of a capital nature.'' At''elev'eh- o'clock, the Court was opened}' and after ?the4 procia-v mation against Vice and Immorality;being;read,$he: business of the Court proceeded.; ,? ;,;...; ... ..,, ,..h 't The Barristers present.were— ThetAttorney-Gen6ral' and Mr. Holroyd. ?'''.. ' '- '.*' Attorneys — Messrs. J. R. Brennan, 3. Mottre Dillon (Crim...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

;;'^1; : '?-, ??????? ; ' FRIDAY. ? ; ?''?.His Honor, Mr. 'Justice Manning, took his seat on ithe Bench at 10 o'clock. The Court was opened in tho i usual manner, and the business of the day proceeded ..W.ith. '?.'£'', ...' ' . . '.' ' ' '' ''; ? ' ' ? ?'? :' ?'''?';'') ; '??'''' '' ? . ' ;CATTLB STEALINGS i'.- .'???j--' t.. - ? ?? ' ? Thomas -Blackinan, labourer, of rMudgee, was placed at, the ?biir,i charged.. with haying;., stolen two cows,tho:propertyi4of,Richar.dj Ryaii,' of 'Meruinba in f this county.- ?' _-'' ' ',' '~ V' ;'',' ''''?' ?'''U):lY'i ''?'?-?? Mx. Hbii'byd applied'3 for-U ?'postponement of :the: trial, on- the^grbUn'd-thatJic^rtaini.witncsses, materially necessary to' .the' defence,^' were, absent , - Mr. Holroyd read two aiBdavits, one of which was the affidavit of the prisoner, ? giving an account of the circumstances connected with the absence of one of the witnesses. The other affidavit certified that James Henry Black man, while on his way to Bathurst, to atte...

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Police Office. SATURDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

Police Office. -xt-:r. -,d: Sat.orday. 'sBcforc the Police Magistrate. Thomas Thomson, was charged with being drunk in the public-' streets ;-he was fined 10s., ot 21 hours to the cells.*-' «-»?« i -v— v ?;?::-. -. Imni'lio ???,;?? Monday. ?:-,. .-??.- -, ... ; wBefore,the Police Magistrate. : William 'BfadyiOfBridget- M'Court; and Elizabeth Grey, were severally charged with drunkenness and fined 10s. #ach';dr524ihours to the cells. : ? e. G'. fi'il Tuesday. ? ^Before the Police.Magistrate. Jonas Br8Wn- was? charged with having been found drunk in R*lsV;;the;prisoner pleaded guilty. — The case was discharged on payment of costs. John Hearman.- was summoned on a charge of being found drunk and disorderly in Kelso, on the night of Saturday last, and was fined 10a. and costs, or 21 hours in the cells. ? . V.t 'in: .Wednesday. . , . , ' Before the 'Police ^Magistrate, J. Sutherland. Esq., J.P., J.^Sl Itodd, Esq.; J.P., W. H. Suttor, Esq., ? ;--'J.,P.;a'ii(l':H.-H«athornviE8q;-, J;P.:../...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

IRELAND. THE-folloWingare the, speeches delivered by Messfe /M^Manus, O'Donoghue, and Meagher, at th^si^e^fj' their sentence being passed as epor|gg2idj!tnfe.'.TiMEs, of October 25th : — Tne gleVJccof; the' Crown (having read the indictment) said-~What have you, Terence BelfeW'M'Matius, how to say why sentence of dea^flflonULjriotbe ^gassed upon you. Mc^MiManus; (Who^ at'the utterance of the firsl^oTd^spaused.af moment,, then proceeded in a^frfm^'VSic'e/'afiJiwith- that composure and p#pftet^jFcof'ina his deineanor: during the trial)-?rrMy, lgrd^^Jt trust I am enough of a' Christian and- a, maiiator understand the awful responsibility ; of ? -.the question which has been .put to.nte, ?Standing'' upon this my native soil, standing in anltis|i court of justice, and before the Irish nationi,| ? had much to say, why sentence of death ^h'jDulSL,} not be .passed upon me, and why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced against me; but upon entering into this court I 'placed' my li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

I StACIUMAH'S:! SWAMP RACES, | :' ' 1849. '? ? I .*..'?'?' . '° — : — ?'.. ? I Jft T A RACE MEETING, hold at Mr. Peisley's i /tik inn, the 'Coach and Horses,' Blackmail's i ^amr- it was resolved— That -the usual Blackman's :; SwamV JUoes take place on the 16th and 17th, of 1 MaUch, '184:9. The following Gentlemen were elected, to .act:— ;J . ?'.... Stewards :-r- ? 'p'r 7 ' '? MAJOR, BOWLER. - I . . E. M. TEMPLAR, Esq. I ? . CAPTAIN RAINE. 1 ? ANDREW KERR, Esq. I Judge : — ^ . | H. RICKARDS. ' , Treasurer and Secretary .?— Mr. JOHN PEISLEY. Cleric of the Cotirse .— Mn. JOHN WEST. FIRST RACE. i BLACKMAN'S SWAMP STAKES of^lS.Yor all ( horses, weight for age, heats twice round .the Course,. I three entrances, or no race. Entrance i.1. . SECOND RACE. ; GALLOWAY STAKES of £8, for all horses, 14 hands and under, to be handicapped by the Stewards ; heats, once round the Course, three entrances or no race.- Entrance Fifteen shillings. ? THIRD RACE. HACK RACE £5, for all untrained Hacks ; hea...

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Original Poetry. THE ALBATROSS. WRITTEN AT SEA, ON BOARD THE "ANN MILNE," OF DUNDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

Original Poetry       THE ALBATROSS           WRITTEN AT SEA, ABOARD THE ANNE MILNE OF DUNDEE     With an eye as sedate as the eye of a sage, And quick to discern what is passing below ; With a pinion to cope with the hurricanes rage, See the 'Albatross come, with his bosom of snow. He comes where the bark, o'er the blue wave is bounding, All music below, and all beauty above, The emigrant's song, o'er the bright waters sounding, The sails all a-breast to the breeze which they love ! He comes with the dawn, when the emigrant dreaming. Is still with the friends of his heart and his home, He leaves with the sun, when his golden rays streaming O'er ocean and sky, make it rapture to roam.   He glides with a motion, majestic and grand, The air never stirr'd by the wave of his wing, And looks as if, born each bird to command,   As he s...

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TO AN ESTEEMED FELLOW TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 February 1849

TO AN ESTEEMED FELLOW TRAVELLER. Dost thou remember, years ago, Our journeying once, together, And how we laughed, at all mishaps, Jolts, accidents, and weather ? O ! yes, I know you'll ne'er forget,     What I so well remember ;   The fire, unquenched, is glowing yet,   Which sparkl'd then, an ember ! Pulpit Hill, in passing, Feb. 1849. G. S.

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

T. J. ADAMS, C O A C K B V X X Z» S R , GEORGE STREET, BATHURST, Opposite the Catholic Chapel. N.B.— Every description of COACH WORK done at Moderate Charges. Price One Shilling, THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, WILLIAM STREET, BATHURST, THE COMMERCIAL AND UP-COUNTRY AlHAIAC, For 1849. SCHOOL BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ALWAYS ON. HAND. WILLIAM KENYON, SADDLES, TRJ|EGS to inform his Customers,' |that he has EhUS removed next door to Mr. Read's Inn, The Sign of THS GOOD WOMAN, C Opposite the New Court House J Where he wiil be ready to supply, at Sydney Prices, HAMES, SADDLE-TREES, BITS, WHIPS, &c. N.B. -HIDES, CALF-SKINS, AND TALLOW, TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. ! .[AdVEBTISBMBNT.] — , HOLtOWAT*! PlLH V AND M Ointment. — An Extraordinary ? Curk.-— Edward .M White, residing at_No. 45, Clement's-larie,' Strand, | was an indoor patient at King's College Hospital, for 3 an abscess in the thigh, and a wqund nine inches long *| on the same limb. He could neither bend^his knew '...

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Foreign Intelligence. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

Foreign Sntelligrence. . FRANCE. Between six and seven o'clock on Saturday evening ; (4th of Nov.) :101 canon shots were fired in Paris, to announce to, the, inhabitants. that the New Constitution had been voted by the National Assembly. The streets were soon filled with people anxious to learn what had happened' to require the firing of cannon at such an unusal hour. The cause having been explained, the city resumed, its usual tranquility.' SIEGE, BOMBARDMENT, AND CAPTURE OF VIENNA) BY THE IMPERIALIST TROOPS. The intelligence from Vienna is of the highest in terest. It appears from the Gtrman papers, and even from official documents, that the city had uncondi tionally surrendered on the 30th of October last. The attack lasted from the 28th to the evening of the 29th, when a truce was agreed upon which extended to the following day at noon ; then the Hungarians, who had crossed, the frontier, made an attack on the imperial troops, in which, they, were assisted by a ' sortie' of the,...

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CRIME AND CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

CRIME AND CRIMINALS. The following remarks upon the principles carried out in the system of gaol discipline,— the system of herding indiscriminately, the tried and the untried, .the old and the young, the good and the bad, (the term good, is used here in contrrast to bad, and means those, who, from want, have committed their first crime, and have fallen from a life ot rectitudS,) for ' there is none good, no, not one.' The pernicious effects of such intercouse, is far greater than is generally thonght. One yard containing forty men or more ; some waiting trial, some for ' bail,' others undergoing the sentence of their imprisonment; all enjoying themselves in idleness, reckless behaviour, and sundry sports. The bond and free are all together ; what is the consequence ? Why, a well practised depredator — one who makes a business of living on the public, who is now under some crime, finds a willing auditory to his instructions ; to the young hands, the practice of vice is the subject o...

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Epitome of Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

, Epitome of Colonial News. The Geodeffery from Hamburgh has arrived at Port Phillip with one hundred 'and sixty-eight German im migrants? 'Some of these are vine dressers. .The majority of the parties who went out in, search of the Gold Mine said to exist in the Australian Pyrenees, have returned to Melbourne jaded and , disappointed. . ? A lad sent out by his paternal ancestors to, find the gold mine on the Merri. Creek, returned with a very fine sample of native sulphur.— — A Society ,. whose -object is the destruction of the wild dog, in the. Geelong and Portland districts, has been formed at Geelong. The society intends to adminster strychnia to the unfortunate dingoes. This seems to us very like the mode of catching swallows by shaking salt on their tails. ? A person named Egan lately, murdered his brother-in Jaw, by plunging a knife in his heart, at the Loddon, Port Phillip Dis trict.—: — Several farmers in the district of Geelong, intend storing up their wool until a rise ta...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

Slumping; SntclHacwcc. ??''? 'arrivals. . , ??.'/;, Feiiiujuary 21. Miranda, scliooner, Cap. Bently, from Port Albert;theT5th'instant.. '..?'? 21. Blenheim,' snip, 'Capt. Molisan, from Hobart 'rown.lhe;13tli instant. ' , 21. Coquette,- schooner, Capt. Elliott, returned to port. 22. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Capt. Stertcker, from Moreton Bay the 16th instant. 22. William', schooner, Capt. Freeburn, from Port Albert the 17th instant. 22. Petrel, schooner, Gapt. Gibson, from Geelong the 15th and Twofold Bay the 21st instant. 22. London, barque, Capt. Williamson, from Hong kong the 25th November. ^ 23. Phantom, brig, Cap. Fox, from Adelaide. '' 23. Shamrock, steamer, Capt. Gilmore, from Laun ?coston. ' ? ? 24. Brothers, schooner, Cap. Dockray, from Port Fairy. ? -' ? ? 'DEPARTURES. Ffuruary 21. Genii, brig, Capt. Oliver, for the South Sea Fishery. 21. Swift, schooner, Capt. Terrill, for Moreton Bay. 22. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, for Moreton Bay. ?';. ,.?'' 22. Secret, schooner, ...

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RATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd.—(CONTINUED.) FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

RATKTmST CiaCUIS COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd.— (Continued.) FORGERY. Richard Curtis, Into of Bnthurst, was placed nt the bar, charged with, haying uttered a forged warrant for tho purpose of (icTi'muling one Laurence Durang, of the sum of .£3 15s. Gil. ; the- crime was stated to have boon committed on the 1 2th of December, 1848, at Diamond' Swamp. Lawrence. Dnrang, doposed : that the prisoner came t-- his house on tin; 12th of December, 1848 ; there was an old man with him whom the prisoner said had been a Clown at Asrley's Theatre, in London ; he presented an order fur £\~- and another for £3 15s. ; lie said he supposed the. order for .£15 was too much, anil therefore wished to have the other cheque cashed ; the prisoner was subsequently apprehended. The Constable who apprehended him, deposed : that he took him into custody at the Diamond Swamp public house, .and that ho took from his pocket three orders, one- for £!\ l.'is. (id., and another for .£3 15s.,, ami a third fov £\~.. ...

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SATURDAY CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

-.»a-;s'j:f..i(/ : ,i:,i. -..v CATTLE STEALING; -,; „,. .,.?.,;:.'., y;;WiUi.am .Mason, and. Henry Mason, were 'charged iWith haying. stolen, some ?: cattle at Blackmails. Swamp:. The. prisoners ,:were; natives of /tlie,' colony^, ''^Vuliam . Mason pleaded guilty .-and was .remanded.. 'for sentence. , Henry Mason was acquitted. ..The trial' lasted only. a'' ?few minutes. ... .. :..-,. ;., ., .,.-(' .?.-,'r ..?';? ,. .- '?-.' '??-!^:r.-~. ? -rr -.-. SHEEP, STEALING,!?. ,;,.'a ?,.,,;.': :.!''* William Gibson, was placed at the . liar, charged with having stolen eight shciep, the ^.property 6f-vMr.r Walker,. of Wallerowang. i;i V ' i '.'..' The Attorney-General opened the c«se.'^ .'.'., ;( (- .-,'' '— ? .' 'itNiciiblas Pagct Bailey, I.havb a'station near^iudgee, I went there in consequence of -information I received ; I went there with the Chief^ Constable, who' had a. warrant to search for .spirits. ;'T told, him . 'to do' his' duty inside the hut ; I saw! a very large wether in the m...

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Prison Discipline, Offenders, Offences, Punishment, Prevention of Crime, and Reformation of Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

Prison Discipline, offenders,   Offences, Punishment, Prevention of Crime, and Reformation of Criminals. By Henry Abel Pasley, 1848. ' Society makes it's own Criminals, and then, at prodigious loss of time, money, aud morals, punishes it's own work."— Maria Childs.

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Scientific Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

— : — : : — r ? . .. ; .;; — : — — — ~-,i .-»*«.. ? Scientific Memoranda. Temperature ^of r I^ECTs;'— Some^curious researches have lately byeii made by' Mr. New port, on the temperature ;iof insects. ; That gentleman, observed that; the nests of ants, humble bees, and hive bees exhibit a' higher temperature than the air. Mrv;- Newport in serted a delicate thermometer into a hest of humble. bees, (Bombus ierrestris) Jand obtained the following results. The temperature of the air was 69 o f at four feet from the ground-, that of the nest 83 o, and,. shortly after the first experiment, it rose .to .85 by . 'Wliien-' the temperature of the atmosphere :. was 7f) \ P.y.a nest of humbe bees kept in a? box by 'Mr/ Newport, exhibited a temperature of 73 ° - and; when the insects were' excited 7?-'o ', v';, , '; ' While indicating only 76' p, in. the qpen'air. the thermometer -inserted into 'an ant,'s -.rtest ; indicated 84 o , when the insects were excited 95$ o , and near the surface where ...

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

Bales by JLubfcion. ?;; ; '2MCr.'&. BE. S3u.OM^lH . ?'?:? , ?': ? = ? Will Sell by Auction, at the residence of MATTHEW PRATT, Esq., in the Vale. THIS DAY, (SATURDAY), at 11 o'clock precisely, A VARIETY OF PROPERTY CONSISTING OF TABLES, Chairs, Pictures, Bedsteads, Hair and other Mattrasses, Books, Two Dressing Cases, Crockery and Tinware, set of Wire Disli Covers, Two ? Boilers, CimpOven,, Safe, K;c.,. ,],.„,,,. .,., A..i., j .;:-.. . -??-- -- ??? ? ;ALso- ,?: '''-. 'ir,'Z f,]''jr. .r.;.::. A Double-barrelled Gun and Case, Cart and Harness, , ? Plough , and other Farm ing Implements, Two Horses,. ,,, some Milking and other Cattle, &c,,:&,c, &c.f „, . ' '.;.; ,.?-:,. . :terms^cash. \|V';'^r '??';;,;; ^ ^';jJ ; ?? Mr. *ff. m,S£iOMA» --.,0 l-k-^ Will Soil by Auction, at -Mr. 'TALT-'S^ ' 'Black JBull ?,':,„- v, Inn, on MON DAY/MarchSthy/at H o'clock', ,,, v *. ; ; ? . . ? W3TKOUT ^EaSRVS, V'',-ii: 'n-v.f., 'WEIGHT HEAD O^EoiHlQ^siEvkliOS^ni'ii MIA . ...'...

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