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MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

MININ& iNimLIMU^l opHm. . X'' ? Accounts from Ophir still continue of a cheerin'- cliaracter, so far as the yield of the precious metiU is concerned, but there as at theTuron, the thunder storms so unusually frequent during the present season, impede very materially the progress ufdig ging operations. rJ3cd cluims'upon which consider able labour has.been expended, arc often filled up with drift-sand or other rubbish, nnd the labour.' of days is thus rendered nugatory. ITro'm reliable in formation, it appears pretty evident that the ave rage earnings of the Ophir diggers are at least equal, if not greater than the earnings at the Tu ron. Nearly all were doing well previous/Wilie thunder-storm of last Friday, since whic^the creek' ?uoa uuun tou nign io aamit ot tno bed claims being worked.: Amongst the most successful operations of late days are those of Messrs. Hull, Porter, and Henton, at Newtowii, who cleared £250 in two days. Wallace's party have been making good earnings,...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PANAMA. Abridged from the Alia California, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

%ipmm INTELLMNCE; r^Cl'2:,: PANAMA. :??*: \^^^^eXjfro?ftti^ \0 f Mcolumnst of-the P anemia Herald are ^W---.^itK- !lJw .various accounts, of: an- at pM1?pt%i%obl)ery,.of the Great Specie Train ffii?}W^.doliiU'8,:' which arrived atvPa ? ?#?»$$$* ^)0^i}Hne .Tennessee^ oh.ihe; 18th .S^eifib.er, -M ;iyW despatched the following ^OTing jThc .g'old' was. Recovered after ^on^difficuUy. ,'It sepms';' that ;tne party ofj ^b^ers-humbereii^ighi ? Their names were asjgllows.: Pr-Beriy,' Laban ^[anning^ J. G^Burch,. Dr. ? Kobcrls, Bartholomew .??^Mnias, (alias' Thomas Summers,) Myron ;Saiuide;rs, Charles Cromwell,, and a man by ^he;nam;6 of Dighnan. Berry is from New ; Sa^mf^urtMttApill is a black ;Ainei'ican.- , When; *!t.lVei ne ws arrived at P. ahama -, that. ; the train had .been attacked, it fle\v like electricity; through the city, and in less than. a'ri hour seVerail gentleiiieri, including the Governor,' and some fifty :or-;sixty of the national guards! started out in- pursuit.1. I After...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

LOCAL lTOLLipNCii;. v -Thb LiSBpKiGiHCDS.--SinceiMr. Noblo's arrivftl nizcd.;. .We have not space to enter into a detaile.l criticism ot the performances in the present Sut and must -.therefore, content oursSvePs by 'tS- |enerally that the feats are all cxccllenYinfi I s-fa^P10^''^ s»?piierd incite enjployment of Mr 1M^l.IIoP named .Willianxyittler,^XmUtedS ZisnfcSTly?™' ? The ''tounateman SJ'f^ f™m delirium tremens when he com muted^ ..the, rash act, having been dru-ik continu ously for many -days previbasiy. Dr. ilSiSfe iS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

. ,. \ JTamesW. Waug-h, ' '?. BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, 14, HnNTBR-STSBET, SYDNES/ , BEGS to intimate that having commenced busi ~'noss in the above line, he hopes' that from ... - his-axperience of the Trade, both in Edinburgh, .5 '*-?'' .. and the Colony* he may. command a share of Pub ... .. ' ' lie favor. .:?. . ? ..\.r:::.; ' : ...'.. '., : 'Orders from the,.- Country, (accompanied ? by a ?.'?' ; ^'remittance cur reference in town) promptly -f£ tended to. ? . ' .;-... -. ? ... Storekeepers supplied on liberal terms. Bibles, Testaments, and JMSis . ' '. ;...; v : cellaneous 'Works. BJBLES, with Scotch version of the Psalms, .;: bound, Embossed roan, gilt edges, in various ,...?.?.. iiisies. from 2s. to 12s. each. . ? ..:,; :? ? ,vNew. Testaments,' ditto, ditto, from lsi to 3s« -.?'??„? -.V psalm Books, ditto. :ditt6,2s. ? ?-.. psalrti Books, with annotations explaining the .-? -.- sense, and animating the devotion, by' John Brown, . . -. late Minister of the Gospel, Haddir...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALRDIT." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1851. THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

i.TEEEiTHORSTEaKE MESS : ?-?-:? AND MINING JOURNAL. 'MAGMA EST VEIUTA8 ET PR5SVALKBIT.' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, L851. ?-? . -, THE ROADSi A3 ova readers must ere now, be aware, the Jaboura of the Select Committee appointed to report on. the great leading thoroughfares -of the Colony have for- some time been brought to a close, and the result of their de liberations is seen in the proposition to clas sify the roads under three different heads, the first to embrace all the main leading thoroughfares within the Settled, Districts, second-— the leading thoroughfares within the Settled Districts, subordinate to the above, and third— the leading thoroughfares beyond the Settled Districts. . The great trunk line from ; Parraraatta to Bathurst is of course included amongst the first, class roads and the follow a in«?. amongst the ^second class, ; Bathurat to ? -'Wellington, Bathurst to Canbwindray Bbw enfels to Mudgee, and ParramatU to' Wind- sor. To repair the first class of roads the '.Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

? Digby, will you tak* some of this but- ter?'— 'Trunk you, nurm ; I belong to ibe Trmper'ince Society, Vad can't take any thing String.' ;„,. - . I^HE Undersigned will give»£3 4s. Cash foj clear Gold. '. J &S. PHILLIPS, _. . ,._ Howick-strcet 'FALLOW, Sheop Skins, Hides, Ii.con, Bin.-'? JL Cheese and Colonial Produce of every descrip tion purchased for Cash' by ' ' ' * J. & S. PHILLIPS,' ? Howlck-str'eet, Parsonage, Carcoar. [ ,, T1HE Rev. P. P. Aguew begs to announce thai ? 1 he will have vacancies, for, 'two, pupils after the present vacation. Terms on application. Carcoar. 1 Deer. 16, 1851./ - \ ? ' ? J ? '-°fl Xiost, QN Monday last, about t o'clock, a silver hunting ! watch, No. .4745. Any person delivering the same at this office will receive a Reward oi Ten Shillings. Balhurst, - . . ' ,k.\ Dec. 22, 1851. \ .Stolen or Strayed, -,' ' ' * ;:- 17RO\1 Limestone Creek, Bslubula, on the 5t!i . ? instant, a light dappled grey Horse, 9 years old, branded S2 off should...

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Briginal Correspondent. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. THE SABBATH DAY. " REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY TO KEEP IT HOLY." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

. ^ri^inal ^omspoaif iuc. !To; ^e^JitorMheBathurst-I^elprmand ;-.: ? V'Jttinmg; Journal. :' '-'?'? ^ ;- :.\ THE SABBATH DAY; .. ' ; ? : : 'JlBMBMnBU THE SABBATH DAY. TO KEEP IT H0LT.H . Sm— It. miry ibe - enquired; wiry' ivd should sue. c^ally remeinberihe^abbath? ,i 4^11 SeavSr to show the reasonableness of this injunction The anruversanes of great events 'have 'been kept bv nearly all nattons as days of festivity ?ridS-5 rejoicma .and all those- endearing. -chanffes of s- cahtyvvnich .have a tendency: to^mark S IS as one of, more than ordinary noyousnes' Manv o these periods have been cbmmeEa rve'ofS victories, ;obtanecl at -the expense of SSnS of lives the Jiardcningtears'of:the -mother, the sLS Whi2°trld0T{ :aml' -11-0 gl'°ans °f the wounded^ l^J&FSZ ,^^¥ ^.victor have been --~o -.-.„ ^-uuuuid ui tne inaustrious and the scanty earnings of poverty. Such is one of ho many,causeS;of,anniversary rejoicings-rc!oicin-3 o;yer acts xhich have ?made - Mercy weeD-Sa ;;he~- n has t...

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TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

TURON. » ? - ^ A stroll along.tho Wnks of the Turon pn Satur day last.. after ; a weelc^s 'absence, quicklv convinced ,us tliat miring the intervening period', a very ex tensive migration of the diggers had taken plttcc:. borcrnl of the most thickly-peopled portions of the river between SofaLi ami. Oafcoy. Crock arc for tlie present deserted, the occupants having in many in stances registered their claims, ami the same re .nmrics, we nro informud, hold goo.l with rcspebt to Ptocr portions of tho di^inia. llutnan ? nature, tlcckiU out ov-oarm* bine shirt aud ?brg.;- whisker- . could noc resist the charms of domesticity which are usually more attractive at Christmas time than other seasons of the year ; and it is no unamiable story to tell, that powerful as is the influence of gold upon almost every condition, scores, nay, per haps hundreds have for a time foregone their golden gains, to enjoy a respite from their toils in the bosom of their families. Until their return, therefore, af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

'. -.„.- . (Soils y&uxtymx*. . ' Australian Gold, ' THE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of JL GOLD to any amount. * WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Clear Creek, Jane 26th, 1851. GOLD. THE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD DUST, in any quantity. 7 ; THACKER & CO. / ^.'. [.. 541, George-street, Sydney. Wellington Gold. MR. A. WHITE is a Cash purchaser of Gold;at Montefiores. . . ? Dec. 5th, 1851, . j1!''.'; Gold! Gold!!' -it -?: ? ? ? ? r Sounder signed is a CASH PURCHASER of QOLD, both at.Orangeand at-Ophir. JOHN PEISLEY, Coach & Horses Inn, Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. C. P. DUNSFORD TSaCASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD J. in any quantities. William-street. A large lump as;a specimen wanted. ~ Gold. ? ~~ THE undersigned will- give the HIGHEST PRICE for GOLD. R. MACHATTlfil. July 23rd. 1851. 7 GOLD. THE ubaefngned is a CASH PURCHASER of 1 GOLD. . ? ? JOSIAH PARKER, Chemist & Druggist. William-street, Bathurst. June 28rd. 1851. THE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT SOFALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

PUBLIC MEETING AT SOFALA. As advertised in the Bathurst Free Press of Wednesday and Saturday last, the adjourned public meeting of the Turon miners took place at Sofnla. on Saturday evening last to discuss tho steps taken by the legislature upon the presentation of their petition by Mr. Holroyd, and considering the ex- tensive migration from the Turon which has been in progress for a length of time, the meeting was numerously attended. Dr. Sael who presided at the previous meeting again took the chair and hav- ing read the motion of adjournment and the reso- lution passed at the previous meeting to the effect —   "That this meeting expresses its strong disap-   probation of the uncourteous manner in which a petition for redress of grievances from the miners of the Turon was received by the Legislative Coun- cil, and that a matter fraught with so much impor- tance to the Colony and to miners particularly should have been treated with so little considera- tio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

''* Prospectus of a Company, *''|iO BBCAttBD TBB 'TflENTWORTff GOLD FIELD COMPANY,' at Frederick's valley, KNOWN AT PRESENT AS THE WEN 1 WORTH DIGGINGS. EXPERIENCE having shown that' the Gold .Fields ia'tiiis locality cannot be worked on a large scale, and to the utmost 'advantage, without machinery to crush the' ore, and quicksilver to amalgamate the fine gold dust, which, in the ordi nary process of washing, escapes in great ^quan tities from the cradles, the Proprietor, (in order to raise the necessary' capital, and to comply with thehdm'eroui applications which have been made to him for Shares in 'a Company tbbe formed for. this purpose,) is willing to dispose of that portion . of his- estate at Frederick's Valley, consisting qY . 1033 acres,' which comprise the Gold. Field, on the' following conditions:— 1st. — There shall be a capital subscribed of £30,000 in 3000 '-shares'of JElO'ea'ch, ?£25,000 of ?Which shall go to the proprietor for ' the abso lute purchase of this land, a...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

The History of the Restoration of Mp - ? narchy, in. France. 6y 'Alphpnse^de -Lamartine. Part 1. .'-{Limdbnj: ?Vize- .' jtelly^nd Co..; ? . '::-'r^:- ^'c: .-.:., ?*?; i A;m-rkon 8uchuBu^eQt;as;t|iis/;j|)y sydh a 'man a|.j;Laraartirie, has^'idouble' Interest ? for the reader. We. look for information on , an important part of the European 'history of thn .last half-century, - and 'we also look for information oir the piesciit atatet aii^yiua pecto of Democracy and Royalty in France. As far as we can judge of this work- by its J . commencement' (and vther.pr^serft.i':voliimeVia j almost wholly introduciory), much;' will be supplied to meet~^pUl?^'.e'ip'e6tati-ill3'?/in':bot:li?? ways. And yQti^^^QS-'yvi^Mi^^ik'] us are scarcely worthy of the high renown of the author of ' The Girondni,s,' ahdiif I the statesman \vh6'''_.up'.held'^tlie_'.'':Tricolo^ against the Prapeau Rdiige -in 'the terrible prisis pf the February qf.:l.S4S. Lamartine ha? evidently been writing in haste ; and the usu...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

/ ?- - WEEKLY CALENDAR. /?f-'' :..I'^^jUt;jg|.; * Hi M. H. M. II. .... M. Deo. 24 W. 4 :?. 49 7 .11 1.4 25 Th 4 . 49 7 . 11 2 . 4 . -25F. 4 . 50 7 . 12 3i ,i 4 -,- . 27 S. 4 ? 50 7 -..-. ;12 4 -.??-.?. 4 28 S. 4 . 51 7 .13 5 .- -. 4 . 29|M. 4 ... 52 7. . 13 6. 4 . 3Q1T. 4 . 53 7 . 13 7!.. 4 , .GABDESUNa ANf- AORrcCTiTiyilA.Ii MBitOBANDA FOR DECEA1BEB. , . ; . ,,. .Tiip.GJMivsx: Sow cabbajo, lettuce, radishes, carrot;. :; rntoas, leeks, peas, broad beanii, French beans, and tur .-nips; plant cabbage.— Tjik Vin-b: trimming and top .ping, taking the runners off, to bo practised this month,

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 December 1851

J^iswUantous Extracts. Mexican IIobijeiis^^ siloi: By, ax Engmsh MAN.-H-An American paper narrates an ;acl- ..,,;; vehtuie of tvo Englishmen, described , as ^«%^ 'MrVS/T.ClissoldandUie.Hon. jQ.,^ ' W. ;Fitz william, ; son ./ of the Eari Fizwij liam ,', w.ho, whilsit journeying in a .diligence near Puebla^ ;were ??attacked by robber^ :Tliere;were eight' passengei'S inside, and tone ' on the'; box with the driyer, the English' ?gen- tlemen-were well armed with ,,double-baFr .. relied guns, and- as the brigancls .advanced and presented' theij^ pistols Clissold joclged a heavy load of buckshot directly in' the i' breast of one of them. As he was falling, one of his companions raised him by the- collar t(- support him'1 on his- horse, when Clissold dis charged a second load of buskshot into the' side of the second robber. The; ' 'entire* : party then took to flight, and; the stage went on. The Military Spirit of tub PiEDr montkse. — The correspondent oi' the Daily News remarks that it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

^em^mmmmmmmmn .. . . .£j. — ? ...?!!....« ? ? . Wool and ftold rpHE 'undersigned will make liberal CASH ad-. I vances on' Wool ami Gold consigned to their friends in London ami Sydney. ,, . L. AND S.SAMUEL, Bathiirsr, ) Doc. 12, 1851. I . ? FOR SALE , f ?' By the undersigned. ENGLISH Draught Ale Do, Bottled Ale and Porter Gingei Wine Rum .Shrub Pepper-i mt - 1 , ' ' ' Hum's Port Wine in Quarter Casks. Sherry in Quarter Casks , - Sperm Candles in 251b Boxes Currants and Raisins Pickles and Sauws? . Loaf Sugar .,_'., L. 8t S. SAMUEL. Connolly's New B-iildings, Howick-street. ' * ? Gold. ! mHE Undersigned are CASH'' purchasers of X ' GOLD; in any qualities. . . t „ ? L. & S. SAMUEL. Connolly's New Buildings, k Howick-Street. J POR SALE BY THE UNDER JP - SIGNED Martell's Brandy' in hhds. 'West India Rum. 28 O. P. Gin in ca8*, awl half ditto Nfgrohead and Colonial Tobacco Pampanga and Taal Sugars Tea in chests and half ditto Raisins in boxes Quicksilver Witney Blankets Blue Serge...

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Sydney. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

^Btinrtj. .' .. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ? (From the S.'M. Hcridd-}' ? \yc);.are glad to report that our wool market con tinues in a very satisfactory, state, and that ;the re^sult of our last auction, ; after a spirited co'mpeT ; -titiftriijAyas to establish' an advance varying from ^d fo'lttrperl!).; as per prices below. .- :. .?.:'?? Tallow has also slightly impro yed in value. ' Hides and. Skins maintain full quotations. ? '- The arrivals of gold have been about the same as hitherto, say £30,000 ; prices have receded to £3 4s. 6d to' £3 4 s. 9d per r ounce. Exchanges arc without alteration. Freight is very .plentiful at quotations. . ../. . ' Freights -to London-rWool, -|d to |d. per lb. ... ' ? ..- .Hides, 13s. to £1 per ton, ,'.,...... '-.' Tallo\y,£i 10s. to £1 15s. per tori ?'::.?-?. ' \ Oil, £3 .to;£0 0s. per tun, .??????:' . ....-.- imperial '^ ?,, ....;?? Gold, i pier cent. Exchange on London.— Bank 'Drafts, 4i percont. 1 t '?'.., : discount. '; '?, ? Private Bills (with produce...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

'?';'' . ' Prices Cprkent.' ' '-'' : d.i-*:-:.'-.:.--- ? .-.?'?.' - wo?Lv V.' , ?? ' ^:-i- ...'???'.'..','? ; . s.' d.' s. d. Superior clips ? 1. 4 to 0.0 Fair to good . ... . . ........ 1 2h 1 . 3^; Low to ;Middling.. ........ 1 0* ' 1 2' Grease . ..r . ..;.?; ? ? , 0 5| 07^ Looks, pieces, broken wool, &c. 0 8 1 ,0 Handwashed and scoured .... 11' 1- 6 :? (A -small parcel of veiy fine . sold at Is.' 8 Jd'.) . : ? .

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TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

TALLOW. £ s. d. £ ,s. d. Beaf ............ 28 0 0 to 28 5 0 Mutton .. ... . . . ... 28 10 0 29 10 0 Station tallow .... .. 24 0. 6 : . 0 0 0, Hides, each .....; ' 0 5 0 ! 080 Sheepskins, per lb. 0 0 3^ 0 0 5^

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GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

' GOLD; Dust; and ' nuggets,' per oz., £3 its. Od. to £3 4SJ lOd. .?.-?- -:-v;;-:v -.'.; -'? ;- : ; ..;,.;: ' v! ? ;? M0RT A^D BROWN. ] Circular Quay, Sydney; December 19. V

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE ADMISSION OF JEWS TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 December 1851

ittfsceUiincous Extracts. 'Tim Admission of jews to par '?'??????? LAMENT. Whether Alderman Salomons or Baron Rothschild take their seats in the House of Commons is a matter of little import to the people, so far as those- gentlemen are them- ' selves concerned ; but a great principle of ; _ religious freedom will be violated in their 5 persons, should they longer be excluded j from Parliament. We know fully well that j both the member for London and the repre- j sentative of Greenwich have not been re turned on their merits as statesmen, or for their liberality as politicians. They are both the representatives of .accumulated and over grown capita^the main curse of this coun try. We should like to see such men exclu ded by the people ; not on the grounds of religious faith* or on account of their refusul to take a trumpery ; oath, which, in fact, means nothing ; but simply because we be lieve the trading system of Moses and Op. is* more than sufficiently represented already by Chri...

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