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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

. CBnglfsD Nefos. - ' ? ? - ? CFrom the Argus.) ? ' Mr: Hugh' Lo\v, and Mr. P. W. Bou ^tlicr. are ., appointed members of the ^Council at \Labuan. Captain Knight, now Superintendent, of Military Prisons in Canada ris^&ppoin-ted Superintendent of the Convict Prison at'Portland, in succession to Captain 'Whitty, promoted to be a member oLthe Sfe ' i Board of Government Prisons t in London.1 Mr.'Headlam, of the Chancery Bar, '''M. P. for. NevvcastleiuponrTyne, .will we understand, benrhhiediately. added to the list of Queen's ; ' Counsel. Mr. Arnold, the magistrate, at [ 'Worship-street, will take the place of Mr. : Biirrell'injthe Westminster Court at Queen's J -Square, and will be succeeded in Worship \ street by Mr. D'Eyncourt, the newly 'ap- ! pointed magistrate of the police district. ; J: f, A proposal is ; on foot to assemble .a syi i ^qdjiorthe Diocese of London. . & | Mr. Hume and Mr. Roebuck, who have ;i -recently been labouring- -under severe in i i -dispqsit...

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Original poetry. THE SABBATH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

'-.' :\ THE SABBATH DAT. sH.-XM^iliguty God, hast tliou not ble3«'d one day t '.^ocs^t the Sabbath thy rich Ioto display ! ' Vi'es,*glorious Di:ity, itemiba oq man, . ' t ; AB first it did, ?when Adam's day began. '.' iate oh the pistb, with man thy work did end, : ' -His 6(ttliest yision saw the sun descend ; .-% ,', His Hew-bora pow'rs thoa Buak in calni rnposa, /i Agdwitb the morrow's sua in vigour ro38. '??Goil mot his creatures op tho seventh day ; I All did thoir Maker willing homage pay ; . -..What joy! -what wonder filled great Adam'^soul I _iloclB sov'reign Lord, aa hesurvoy'd the wholo. Trom \?orks completed, rests tho Grant Supreme, ' And blegs'd the day, the first that man had soen ; ?ColestSal pow'rs naw songs of joy composed, / ? -Unmingled lovo tboir glowing hearts disposed. ??'The mornin? stars with mcloly resound, , Their echo'd notes o'er the wide heavens robound %? ' 'Love feigns in all. the mighty and the meok J ' ? .-.All praise their Maker, all His glory epoak....

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THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

THE TURON': - Tho following communication inform a roan' gentleman lately from England, and is not incu* rious as a specimen of a stranger's opinions o£ hu man nature under unfavorable circumstances. Sir, — The whole of last week I spent at tho Turon, and having made it my business to watcft pretty closely the proceedings of the Diggers, .listen wita attention to their complaints, and their opiniona— as also to glean all the information possible ou aiijjht connected with tho gold Jeld, I -now at lei sure proceed to render you and your readers as a« fait on the subject a9 they can bo without personal investigation. I would preface my remarks by describing or attempting to describe my feelings when, on gain ing the summit of the hill from which the descent is made into tho very heart of the township, Th« whole scene (a rich panorama) burst npon my view with an abruptness which seemed to be the work of the enchanter's wand. Tliepjain^ hemmed in on all sides, was covered, as far as the ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide. — Destructive Gale. — On Satur day evening, between six and seven oclock, tho city and its suburbs were visited by a strong galo of wind from the north which caused great destruc tion to property. The day had been excessively sultry, and light winds from east and north pre vailed up to five o'clock p. m. At that time there was every indication of a thunderstorm ; and be tween tliat and six o'clock a sharpish shower of rain fell. The wind then suddenly shifted, and it soon blew a hurricane. The air was filled with clouds of dust, rendering all beyond a yard or two invisible, and roofs of houses, verandahs, and chim neys were flying about in all directions. The des truction, according to accounts already received by us, has been very great, and we fear that we do not know at present a tithe of the damage done. The sweep of the whirlwind appears to have taken a di rection nearly due west, as its effects may be traced almost in a direct line opposite from that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

.gw—yifri I,' I, ,' ? ? ? \ ? '? , ? .iii'.nii.iMjMii; ? i'.ii ? Prospectus of a Company, TO BE CALLED iHB ' WENT WpRTHHsbLD FIELD COMPANY, :'T''.v'j:a'-'' ?.A'T'FRBbEaiq6|3_vAi.iifiyti - _ ? ^\J:^k0wn:': at p&ti&tftfT'ASi' ... ^^^^EN^3W5RTJ5 -DlGGrNaS.!; #i&PERIENCEr having shown that the : Gol Ja/-;5Field's ia this locality cannot be worked on l&fge'seale, and' to the utmost advantage, withoti Machinery to crush the -ore, and ,. quicksilver t amalgamate the fine gold dust,, which, in the brdi nary process of- washing, escapes in great quan tltids from thd'Cradles, the Proprietor, (in order ti xaise the necessary- capital, and ' to comply will the numerous applications which have been mad to him for Shares in a Company to bo formed fo; this purpose,) is willing to dispose of thatpoitloi of his estate at Fredenqk's- Valley, consisting o 1033 acres, which comprise the Gold. Field, on tu- following qonditions : — , -x 1st.— There shall be a capital subs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

'GA.HD'ESSimj AND AORrOUDTURiti MEMORANDA. - FOB DECEMBER. . Tins Gardes : Sow cabbage, -lettuce, radishes, carrot*, . iontons, leeks, peas, broad beans, French beans, and tur nips; plant cabbage. — Thz Vine: trimming and top ?ping, taking tbo runners off, to bo practised this month.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

DIED,   ON THE 9TH DECEMBER, 1851, Mr. JOHN WEST, SENR., of Macquarie Plains, Aged 91 years. THE Funeral will move from Major West's, at 11 o'clock on Thursday, when all his friends are invited to attend the funeral.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

: ': -&oto ^utcljasers. - ? \\ ' ' Australian Gold. '* , '^HEiv^ersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X q$LT- to any amount. WILLIAM CUMMINGS. ,,Clear Creek', June 26th, 1851. , ' GOXiB. nPHE-underaigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD X --DUST in any quantity. THACKER & CO. ^ ^ - 541', George-streot, Sydney. , t Wellington Gold. M'r'. A. WHITE is'a Cash purchaser of Gold at Montefiores. 'v ''?? ' ' Dec 5th, 1851, ' ! fedld! Goltll! n ' ' , rpRE nnderBigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. JOHN PEISLEY, Coach & Horses Inn Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. G. P. DUNSFOED TS a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD X t Sn any quantities. W*illiam-*street. ?v Aj.large lump as a specimen wanted. mHE underai&ned will givo the HIGHEST X-.'PRICE for GOLD. - ' - - ' &? MACnATTIfl. Jqly.^rd/l^M. r HE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of Cof.D. ? JOSUH PARKER, -. r ' Chemist & Druggist. William-street, Bathurst. June 23rd. 1R11. npHE undersigned is a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

THIS'SEASON, AT BELLEVUE, THE THOBOUQH-BlvKD. HORSB Bred' by the 'late Mr. Charles Smith, by Speculation, out of Georgiana, will run with a limited number of mares. npHIS powerful Horse is n rich brown, free from 1 white, 'iind stands sixteen hands and oho inch high. * ? ' A secure paddock of 300 acres, with abundance of water, will he appropriated u- the use of Maros. Every care will be taken of them, but no tesponsi bility incurred. ' Terms.-^THIRTY .SHILLINGS for each Mare. Mare? not removed by January 1st.' will bo charged at the rato of One Shilling per week. AH expenses to be paid'previous to removal. Gorman's Hill; Oct. 10, 1851.- To Shoemakers. OWING to the lar^e accession to tho members of the Shove Trade in this District,-tl-e under aignpd bpgs to apprise them that he always keeps on hand a large stock of GRINDERY, ficomprising Hemp, flax, cut sprigs ami sparrqwbi^ls', hobnails and clinkers of allsizcs, heel and toe. tips, awl blades and handles, knives, rubbers and rasps,...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10,1851. DEBATE ON THE GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

THK BATHURST EttKE PRESS, AND MINING JOURSAt-. 'MAGNA KST VEHITAS ET PR^VAtEBIT.',' ' . WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10^ 1851. ? DEBATE ON THE GOLD REGULATIONS. Mb; HoIiBotd's motion for a select commit tee to inquire into the workings and tendency of the gold regulations upon the mining and national interests of the colony was brought .-under the consideration of the Legislative Council on Thursday last, in a business-like ?And appropriate speech, and if the tone and temper of the two principal speakers — the 'honorable the Colonial Secretary, and the proprietor of the Wentworth Diggings — are to he regarded as indicative of the tone and 'teaiper of the jHouse generally, it is tolera bly evident that the miners of the Turon, or any other diggings, need expect very little consideration at their hands. On this point, however, no opportunity was afforded either to the gold diggers, or the country generally., ? ? -of forming an estimate, -as with 'the excep tion of the gentlemen already mention...

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Colonial news. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

Colonial J2ctos. MOREfONBAY. Wabwxck. — The existence of a gold field in this vicinity is no longer doubtful, as various parties have discovered the precious metal in all its purity. The locale is ' Lord John's Swamp ' on the station of Mr. i George F. Leslie, M.L.C., about ten miles | from this village ; and samples of the gold I have been sent to Mr. Leslie, in order to be shown to Government, with the view of in ducing the Executive to send, without any delay, a scientific geologist to inspect and report upon the diggings. There are seve ral cradles at work on the ground, and many more ordered by intending parties ; but from the scarcity of joiners in Warwick, the sup ply is not equal to the demand for these ar ticles.; There is abundance of water in the creeks (forming Lord John's Swamp), trib utaries of the Coadanr'ne River, and taking, their rise in the Maryland range, which abounds in qiiar.tz, exactly similar to that procured at the Turon, and elsewhere, in the Bathurst coun...

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Sidney. GOLD SALE. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

\ ??' :;-GOLD SALE;',' ? ' 1 fProm the Empire.) Lot.'' ' '? ' ' '.'- '? '?' £ u. v. 1. ?? 13 os. 5 ' dvvts, Meroo'Crcek ' ' ~ ' Gold,' Wrti. Hash, 65s. ... . . 43 1 3 J. -9 ;oz.' 5 fldwfo.' Meroo' Creek - ? gold, Rjssiter and Lazarus, 64s. -lOd:-./: ? '? ?; 23 19 » 3. 4 oz. 5 dwtf. dito, ditto, ditto,^- ' ' ? , A. C. Cohen',' 64s. 'lOd. ».'.... 13 15 '7 4. 65 oz. ii dwts. 4 grs. Mcroo Creek gold, Rossitcr -and Lanarus, 65s. Id ? ' 212 11 8 ft. 47. oa. 13 fiwts. Turon gold, Jtossiter' W$&a7-ariis, 65s. 2d._ 153 5 I fl. 400 oz. Tirot) gold, Rossiter ?nd LazAru*. pis. 2d ? 1303 6 8 ? ?. 400 oz. Titffln gold, Rossitor ' attd'Luarua, G5f Id ? 1301 13* 4 ». 3#o». 12-rlwts.-v6 grs., Meroo Creek goja, JSanjsimin and Moses, 65s. M ~. ? ... 96 6 1 9. 24 o**7 dwfo ,2 gr's\, ArolUoU '~ ' - Creek gold, &»ajainftT- auU Moses, 65s ? .---i-iv' 79 3 0 19. 4fin». I , dwt. Tjouisa .Creok gfiia, T. Holt, junior,: $5 £ .«. ? „ 123 *ft .3 »U 59 oz. Turoa gold; T.-Holt,; ' ?' ?„-.. **%jnn....

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PROGRESS OF THE ANGLO-SAXON RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

PROGRESS OF THE ANGLO-SAXON RACE. (Froiii-the Atlienaum.) By a fortunate 'coincidence, the general total of tho American 'census 'taken last year has just baen received, and we* are enabled,' in; conjunction with, tho returns made on' the 31st of March for this country, to measure the absolute progress ; df the Anglo-Saxon race in its two grand divisions, and to compare the laws of their respective growths in relations to' each other ancl to the rest 'of the world. It is estimated, including Ireland and the colonies, that there is a grand total of men speaking the language and manifesting, the same general tcn denccsof civilization of 56,000,000, from which 'it is to be deducted tho three millions of negro slaves in the United States; leaving a remainder of fifty three millions chiefly of' Anglo-Saxon descent, and deeply impregnated with its sturdy . qualities of heart and brain, as the representative of this ad vancing stock. Two centuries ago1 there were not quite three millions o...

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THE CATECHISM OF FERDINAND OF THE FALSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

THE CATECHISM OF FERDINAND };?? THE FALSE. ' .? (From the Weekly- Chronicle.) ' We have not-done with Naples. It is not often that men in the nineteenth century have ihe opportunity of looking at the full-length portrait of ^contemporary despotism. 'Let them not neglect it. Let no ^Englishman, proud of his privileges and secure in his freedom, sthink, within himself that he. has no concern -with the -mad*' saturnalia in which Tyranny and Priestcraft are now indulging on the Continent of Europe. Unless we friiiQh misread the signs of the times, there are abundant evidences abroad of' a.fixedand settled, conspiracy, not only against the li-J berties -of .this or that community, but against the very principles of constitutional ' free- ' dom. All the resources of the present possessors, of power and the present masters Belief are now pressed into the service of a crusade* which is again to elevate the divine right of kings into an article of faith, and to brand' the* doctrine of the pe...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

WEEKLY CALENDAR * ''''*' ' I _,'???? I . S- i '? £n::--§ -v- - 3 'v .:J,t ? ?* - :.'.'?? ? St ,' ? ..-op .-; ??. ???..?!£ : ... v H. M. H. M. It it. fctec 10 W. 4 . 43 7 .. 317 . 0 UTh. 4 . 43 7 . 418 . 0 ?WP. : 4- . 44 7--;~:r4tt«::;:.--:-.-.-o. ia& 4, ' 44 7 , -420 .0 M ©. 4 ? '44 7 . 521 . 0 --? 15 M. 4 . 44 7 . 622 . 0 .'' .:16T« i . 45 7- . 723 .0

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   COURT OF REQUESTS.   The Court of Requests business of Monday last consisted of 32 cases, 13 of which were settled out   of court, and the remainder disposed of by Messrs. Heathorn, Lee and Wise. As usual except to the parties concerned the great bulk of them possessed very little interest.           Francis v. Lamont.— The action in this case was   brought by an individual possessing a duality of names, who was prepared to answer yes to either   Malachi Ryan his assumed or James Francis his real name. The defendant was a Mr. Lamont,   formerly a successful gold-digger at Ophir. The action was for a horse which had been left in the plaintiffs charge by Mr. John Mincham, which   horse he had lent to the defendant upon whose hands it died. Damages £10. The plaintiff de- posed that he lent the horse for two day...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WELLINGTON.           [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Had any one prognosticated twelve months -ago   that a productive gold field would be opened up before the year was out, he would have been treated as an enthusiast or a dreamer. And when we look upon the amount of labour which has been per- formed since the discovery of gold to the present time, and the extent of country which has been proved to be auriferous, the suddenness and vast- ness of the change strikes us with astonishment and surprise. But as these general remarks tend to no particular result I proceed to state a few facts. Wellington is certainly a favored spot. In the driest season the Macquarie supplies from its limpid streams the wants of both man and beast. Its grazing lands are amongst the richest in the coun- try. And it is now satisfactorily proved that the richest metals are abundant in the neighbourhood. To crow...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 December 1851

THE WHEAT HARVEST. — Up to this time the answers to our inquiries as to the progress and result of the harvest have been very satisfactory, the injury from rust being generally much less than was feared, and the badly injured plots being rare, while very few spots are so bad as to require being destroyed. The yield so far is described as being abovc an average one. — Maitland Mercury. GOLD.— Mr. Smith, of the Wivenhoe Hotel, and   who left that place on Tuesday morning last, was informed that a man in Delaney's party of pros- pectors had picked up a small "nugget" nearly   half an inch long, and an eighth in thickness. — Mr. Brackcr, who has recently visited the pros- pecting parties near Warwick, informs us that they had obtained two or three ounces of gold. At all events only the few grains before mentioned have yet reached Brisbane, so far as we can ascertain.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

-SYDNEY MARKETS. _'* WiibaT' ANDf''FL6oa.i-Svcln3y;'vFIour Mills,' 5th 'December, 1B5H— There have' boon tu)' transactions in whaStJ'hoMers of imported wheat hot heing'dis posed to- sell1 at p'resent prices. Tlfe. demand for flour has considerably increased, in consequence of the vlfry' reduced price, fine Tjeing still at £11 to £12 por -^on ; seconds £10. Bran Is. '3d. per bnahel, scarce. T. Barker and CoJs Mills,' Decem- ber Sth. In wheat there is no business doing. ITlcmr remains firm at former rato3, with a prospect of advancing, owing to the news from -Port Phillip, Vfherd prices are now £16 per ton. Bran, ls.\to Is. 2d. per bushel. Biscuits. — T. Barker , and Oo*s cabin, 21a; seconds, 17s. ; Wilkio's cabin,- 21s. ; pilot, '19s. ; -?hip's, 17s. per cwt. ' ' t Forage and Grain* — Campbell-streett Markets, December 5th. — Hay, £3 to £3 16s. por ton ; straw f om £2 to £2 153. ; one load of barley sold at 2s. s)upe.r 'bushel ; bark £4'to £4 10s. per ton ; green food'6d to 8d per do...

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AN IMAGINARY CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 December 1851

? AN -IMAGINARY 'CABINET The 'Morning Chronicle gives us again, this yeari /, an imaginary report of the proceed ings, at a Clabinet Council, held to settle her Majesty's speech. Jokes are shot off at the expense of each Member, the Premier and the Chancellor of the Exchequer coming off the' worst. Lord John, recapitulating the events of the. Session, says—r ? ,1 was not long, you will admit, in getting to work upon my own especial measure— the Bill for chas tising that most outrageons act on the part of Rome, which, as I said in my introductory speech of the:7th of February, three days only after Par liament met — ? ' , Lord Minto : Three days' grace to your Bill was regular enough— not so regular it's being so often renewed and dishonoured — (laughter.) Lord Grey : That's nothing to the irregularities we shall hear of when the Bill comes to be sued upon —(renewed laughter.) - : - : Lord-John Eussell : Very commercially smart, ray lords— very. I am glad to find so much prac tical b...

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