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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. SABBATH DESECRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

ORIGINAL COaaKSPONDENCJJ. To the Editor of the^ Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. ?'.. ? SABBATH DESECRATION. Sir, — As I am uwnro your columns nro over open for the defence of public good und exposure of immorality in its varied grades, may I ask the fuvor of vour inserting the following as an in stance which came under my own personal ob servation. . . . ? Lnst Sabbath forenoon as I was on my way to; O'Conncll, and immediately on entering its plains' my attention was directed to n group of men, consisting of eight; in number, busily employed' ' reaping wheat' in a small paddock, the extent of which might bo an aero to an acre, nnd a half ; I called for tho purpose of remonstrating with them on the immorality of .their conduct, but in vain did I exhort these Sabbath breaking men to desist from the awful sin in which they wore then engaged. They still pursued their work till frustrated in their design, by tho descent of the teeming showers which for hours incessantly came dow...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

To tlic Editor oj the Uatlturst i-'ree Press, and Mining Journal. Sin, — We tho undersigned observe m the Syd ney Morning Herald, of the 24 th instant, in a speech made hy Mr. Mort with reference to Mr. Margraves' Testimonial, the following sentence, ' Why on tho very out set of the discovery his own party, he Doneyeit a party that nud done as well as any other since the gold diggings com menced, had tried to injure him nnd to intercept his cn'mmumcations with tho government, of his discovery.' Now this refers to the very.outset of the discovery of goliU and to Mr. Hargraves' own party nt the time, and as wo were tho only party linked with Mr. Hargraves at the onset, its whole tenor must conclusively apply to us, and wo therefore beg to give the above statement which is fraught with falsehood, our decided- and unequivocal contradiction. All that was ever writtnn hv iifov rif lia to thu imvi'rninnnt of'-« l»lttl** to plain matters of frict,'wh'fch Tntfio Opinion of every just nud hon...

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NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

NATIONAL EDUCATION. By an advertisement in another column it will be perceived that an effort is about to be made to establish a school in Bathurst in which the National System will be adopted. The flight of several of our de nominational teachers to the diggings has left -the -town in a deplorable condition as regards the education of the young. To supply the deficiency thus grievously felt, it is believed that by a junction of several denominations and connection with the fydney National Board, the services of a competent teacher might be secured. \ But independently of this consideration, which savours perhaps somewhat too muijh of policy, we unhesitatingly avow our prefer ence for the National System, and we Jo so after a lengthened practical experience of the merits of the two systems, in the mother country. The school books are excellent in their kind, and might with advantags be introduced into many respectable aesde mies. The scriptural lessons contain most of what are consi...

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ARRIVAL OF THE GOLD INTELLIGENCE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

YEIUV^Lot TH13 GOLD INTELLIGENCE \ \. A IN ENGLAND. v.*ohi Vte CMC September. 2.) 01 wnf; im'ssible to overrate tlio interest *°r.V»W ot'co ''V'eyccl by the Sydney Morn iXiinto ? 20thMiy. »'t» copied from that ? Aulf i p°n)f 'nfrtssion- of this evening. corcftL n' SItt ^ stated to have been dis diAiscS,. rt . ^ t0 tll^ful1 lls illtcnso ttnd coVielwho , v»rCI]1?0£t Ul011 tll0fir8t dis staViallywribo? i SacraJI-.'nto, is circnm taii to Seal J* y }? dlsP°s.-4 at this dis . un«0boraterauthoFatlP°n8 'H^est on tlio I \ ingort of absi/rd st;?^Jbty to^a pitch nt*. I .F^has invented^.0 &* tim Baton* I blqect of amusing, exeSt for,t1!0 unProhta' ? 5 ?' Y\aud deceiving the world. Nor is it reasonable to suppose, that de tails minutely chronicled, as regards times, dates, names, and a variety of subordinate incidents, converging in the direction not of probublo but nutheticatcd fact, are the fabulous products of an unprincipled journalism. What the minoral wealth of tho newly discovered...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

PRICES CURRENT. , WOOL. ????.. ? e. d. s. d. Superior clips ? 1 4 to — — Fair to good ? 1 2i to 1 3j Low to middling ? 1 0* to 1 2 ? Grease' ? 0 5$ to 0 7$ . Locks, pieces, broken ? 0 8 t0 1 '0 wool, &c. i ? Handwashed and scoured . . 1 1 to 1 6 TALLOW. Beef. ? £28 0 0 to £28 5 0 Mutton ? £28 10 0 to £29 10 0 Station tallow .. £24 0 0 Hides, each, .......-....'.' ? 5s- to 8s. Sheepskins, p lb. ? 3§d. to 5jd. GOLD. ? ? Dust and nuggets, »oz. 37. 4s. to 37. 4s. 10d» MORT AND BROWK , Circular Quay, Sydney, Doc. 26. Mom and Brown's Produce Sale, Decem ber 24.— Wool, CAC, 3 bales' nt 13 Jd ; M, 10 at I4d ; A, 10 at 14d ; B, 10 at 13|Jd ; EA 14 at 13W ; IG, 35 nt 14^ j T, 8 nt 12jd ; ID, .14 at 13}d ; North, 50 at lGjd ; f sp, 12 aJa6jd ; T 3 ut 7d ; TM, 15'atl4d : LFD, 0 at 13}d ? FR in diamond, 51 at 15jd . Mt&Ly, loat7i JW m diamond, 12 at 13J ; XYZ/23 'at 14d ? RS, 15 at 14d ; RS, 21 at 94 ; JP, 6 „ 14,1 ? JCP.18 at 14d ; JCP, 9 at Udf; pxN,3W7d | £? 5 at 14J : DD, 4 a...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1851. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

THKBATHJRSTPRKKPUKSS. 'MAONA JSST VERITA8 ET PUdSVALKBIT.' : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1851. OURSELVES. ;-: ' The Bathurst Free Press and Mining . Journal' is introduced to its readers in its altered shape without any preface or apo logy and if accused of abruptness in not hnvinsi aiven nnv previous notification of the change, we refer them to the uncer tainty whiuh pervades all things cismon tane since the Batliurst District was dis covered to be a Gold Field. It is notorious on our side of the mountains at least, that what may ssem practicable to-day may be impossible to morrow, and that the plans which appeared to be well laid a week ago . may be frustrated by a course of unforeseen events a week hence. After long strug gling however with a few large and a host of minor difficulties -a history of which would prove particularly, uninteresting to the public, we make our modest bow, it is to be hoped in a more attractive form, and we presume considerably amended and im '. proved. It i...

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THE GOLD NEWS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

THE GOLD NEWS IN ENGLAND. Indisposed as we are, and always shall be, to shirk the responsibility of our public acts, we have copied verbatim in another column a leading article from the Globe, f London evening paper) in which the writer chooses to bo particularly severe upon the Bathurst Free Press, for the style in which we announced what is termed ' one of the most momentous reve lations which an Australian journalist could transmit to the northern portion of the globe' (England). Our ' history of the discovery,' he says, ' would have been more trustworthy if it had been less embellished.' But with mighty condes cension for so big a brother, he generously admits that 'respect for truth m y co-exist with excess of flippancy.' \Vell, it is Bjmething, that an important truth maybe told in language less solemn than a last dying Bpeech and confession. The Globe admits that our ' statement is, as to date, names, Sec, circumstantial, ' but though it be so, with the single and reprehensib...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

WEEKLY CALENDAR. j — 8 j5 ^ i AJl JL_I_ I n. ' jr. ii. m. il m. Dec. 31|W. 4 . 53'7 . 7 8.4 Jan. l.Th. 4 . .54 -7, \, '7 9 . 4 2''F. 4 .'54 7 .* 610 . 4 3'S. 4 ? 54 7 . 611 . 4 4J&. 4 . 55 7 . 5J12 . 4 5*M. 4 .55 .7 . . 5'l3 . 4 6lT. 4 .56 7 . 4'14 . 4

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACES AT O'CONNELL PLAINS. ON BOXING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

SPOKING INCELLLti-ENCfi. RACES AT 0'CONNELL PLAINS. ON BOXING DAY. FIRST HACE. For £3 ; heats, once round and a distance, for horses that never ran for a prize. Thomas M'CiiHam's Scrubber .. 11 John M'Kinnon's Jenny Lind .. V2 2 James Walker's Heki ? 3 4 P. Egan's Billy Gray ? 4' 3 John Toolo's Old Jack ? .. 5 5 James Davies's Jenny ? dis. Scrubber scrubbed his competitors with ease. SECOND RACE. For a Purse of £3 ; heats same, ns first race. John Thompson's Slasher .. . ' 1 1 ; John West's Strike a Light ? 2.2 James West's Shola ? 3 3 . ? James Wilker's Heki ? 4 4 John Toole's Old Jack .. .. .. dis. William Wright's Billy Bay .. .. dis. THIRD RACE. Hurry Scurry, for £2 5s. ; heats twice round. Patrick Town's Jenny Lind .... ... 11 ? Thomas Parker's Black Boy .. , ...2 2 Thomas West's Latheby ? .'..3 3 P. Egan's Harkaway „. .. ' ... 4 0 William Smith's Old Smith .. ??'dis. . A well contested race betweon Jenny Lind and Blnck Boy, the Songstress being too much for tho latter. The day...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

SYDNEY NKtyS. . PRODUCE CERCtf L AR. (From the Sydney Morning 'Herald;) - There hiis hcon a large business aono in pas toral produce during this last week.. /Eriees of wool lniTo. been barely maintained, owing ''to tho effort which i.s now being made to obtain higher rates of freight, and tho dread of a further depre ciation in exchange. Hides, skins, nnd tallow, nro without alteration in price. - . We have heard that intelligence of our gold discovery had obtained publicity in' Great Bri tain, but that it wnnted confirmation before any practical results would bo manifested. In a fow days some most important intelligence must reach us. Our gold news from tho mines oxhibits no new features. Freights to London — Wool, gd. to |d. ip H-. Hides, 15s. to 1/. p ton. Tallow, 21. to — ip ton. . . . Oil. 3/. to — tp tun, imp. Gold, -J ip-cent. Fxchange on London— Bank drafts, 4 j ip cent discount. Private bills, (with private bills hypothecated)— 6 ip'cen't. discount. ? : '? ?

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SELECT POETRY. TRY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

SELECT POKTRY. TRY AGAEN. [FIUM UOOO'8 IN8TBU0T0B.] Try again: though bafHod often, Never lot tho spirit sink ; Z'enoverauco rocks can soften, * Brighten clouds as black as Ink ; Obstacles to ashes cramblo. Swept by energy nlong ; Mountains fntl, anil barrier) tumble, Whoa tho bout Is firm and strong. Try again: though jeors and tolling - Damp tho linputsoa that move, Taok nbout, iiml, onwards 8,illmi? Wind aud weather will Imprnvo, Storms affright but UuiiJ Buamcn, ? Cowanl henrtp that faint nnd frot; They'll blow over you and inu, man, Ifwlthpoutngu they aro met. ? ? Tryairaln: though Ion? tho distaneo To tho goat you utolc to g.iln, Hitlf thu jny of aurexlsteiini Is tho hoping to obtain. . UU were dreary. If bosldo n8 . ? Evury wlsli or want we crave— ' Desert, with no star to guldu us, Todtoua journey to thogravo. !fry again : thongh many a Tlslnn, Youth hud conjured to your viow, With Its hundred joys lilyslau, Kan decayed or UedYrom you ; Manhood's liopos, although by reason T...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. THE CUBAN REVOLUTION—ITS FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

MISCKLUNEOUS EXTRACTS. THE CUBAN REVOLUTION— ITS FAILURE. (From the Alta California, October 19.J The accounts which have arrived in this city within a few days, from the scenes of Cuban excitement, have sur prised a large majority of our citizens, and disappointed not a few of the friends of the movement for effecting the freedom of Cuba. The tenor of our last reports led us to believe almost conclusively that the blood spilled in the struggle would call down the vultures of battle, and that thousands of our excited countrymen would rush to join the standard of the in vaders. The great American multitude seemed to have but one heart, which throbbed loud and incessantly in sym pathy with the Cubans, aud that sympathy was extolled as the. beating of freemen's hearts io unison with the oppressed vvlto panted and were athirsl for liberty. Ex peditionary movements were on foot every where throughout the Atlautic Slates. The Press hurled itf- Ravage anathemas upon the revengeful Spaniard...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

DIED, On Saturday last, Joseph Ignatius, the youngest son of Mrs. William Fowler, aged 11 months.    

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM CUBA.— GENERAL LOPEZ GAROTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

FOREIGN INTELLIGKNCE. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM CUBA — ? GENERAL LOPEZ GAUOTED. (FromtheS.M. Herald.^ General Lopez was garotcd on tho first of Soptember, and the revolutionary movement on tho island is suppressed for tho presont At n second engagement between tho Spanish troops and Lopez, the official accounts admit that there were two thousand of tho Spaniards killed and wounded, and that the numborjji»«ier' command of Lbpoz did not'iwn~±-ttirco hun dred; The»',!W— S':r'A1'Iir'80n' ln Havanna, 0110 Z.-,-^-m llfty-llvo Americans,- the balance of nilml --'TConc!liivh-L,c;Jpe-1itibn' JlllV0 M ?-«»» .much, iwo oniy w *),„ AnnaVjun. imvo j,, ceivod unconditional pardons ; 'WVegf nro t6W'~ sent to Spain to work in- tho chain rJinjj3 for ten years. Tho disparity of the slain waumt,aVQ been still greater, were it not for tho fact that tti« Americans were in a state of absolute starvation, and suffered more from exhaustion than from tho Government troops. ? General Lopez was hunted by Cuba blo...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

SYDNEY MAIUCETS.-Fi.idat. - Wheat and Hom-.-Mr.Bricllat : The harvest being rather later this year than usual, very S of the now crop hasyet come to market j 'a Zr smal lots have been purchased this week, at from wii 1)S- P°r t'lshol, according to quality but tho °f-,,fl°Ur »r«»ntioiPatingea further rii but tho mils quoto former prices, namely. £14 ^XSr'SKr* pcr ton of20& Ite Biscuit.- Wilkie's prices : ehip, 18s. ; pilot, sht 'i«i(l COlJ'ni ,2-2S- P°r Cwt A* aa* Co'* : snip, 18s., nnd cabin 22s. per cwt. ' T bushT - Sem'g '' fr0m 2s- 6d- to3s-Pcr wou&hThKrieT^ A B0°d 6ami)1° Barley is dull of sale, and may bo quoted at 2s. to 2s. 6d. per bushel, both' for TCniii=K „„'? Potatoes.— Nono.but the colonial articlo at pro sent in the marketyaiid these ore dull at from £4 to £5 10s. per ton. Foragb.— Hay £3 to £4 per ton ; straw £2 15s. to £8 3s. per ton. Green food 8d. to lOd per dozen bundles by the load. Compressed oaten.hny, for shipping,: is in demand at £4 10s per to...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

BRITISH EXTRACTS TID3 GOLD DISCOVERY. _ (From the Times. September 4.) ; .Tho district' of Australia in. which wo are in- \ / formed a golden harvest, is to bo reaped, has ro- '-] ceived from the hand of Naturo favours far nioro ' I substantial than the questionable advantages '; / resulting from the possession of tho precious .,' I ) metals. Tho eastern coast of tho. continent,, from/ j / its extremity in tbo 38th degree 01 south latitudo \ :o tho Tropic of Capricorn, is defended by the 3 Blue Mountains, which rise somewhat abrabtly / from tho plains to a height of same three or four j thousand feet. Tho summit of this rnngo forjnsa, j Sable-land, which falls by almost imperceptible ( legrces towards tho vast interior.' It is^on tho 1 sommenccmont of this gradual slope, in protty nearly tho samo latitude as the City of bydney, that tho region is situated ofthone/ly-round treasures of which wo have received s/ch flatter ing accounts. Nothing can bo imagined moro delightful than tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

OBSERVE OBSERVE II GAlbKD ^D^U^ ,sroufcA. WHOLESALE* RETAIL STORES ' , .*«* DO0K To MK- **™™'* ™*' Wem£X,^^^ ^ n'ynUtti^.nnd : y.:«: ? 6 Saddler. ?' / ; = ' AT THE TUROK,: |; ; TIT G BUROl1* returns Ins thanVs to the oppositb tuk post 'office. -.- : ?:. rs \Y. PuMle, for. the liberal aiiil .ii.cr^ng .BETWEEN THK FLAT AND LOWERS - .itpporthe ilaily leo-ives since he . eomnii-neeil .,?.-.; ; CROSSING PLACE.1 . ;? r : kaHineii.-HMiH-piir.ljfl.nK «S »» 'l^^S : ?'&' 1°«. per'100 lbs.; abore ti^Sydbpy'marke: m»'e»-s'em of small profits and quicK returns, .p .... r . ..'??.*..;; | 1: to Hie ?ll^ltiina^l'rYtlcf^f'ldrT»i7Zp3V N.B.-The highest market priceigivpnrorOOM) _hens to state lime he . fet.la rartaln «WW^ -,,.,teTu^ , feBn ^llIlh,,tJ ^.vH.-pjij,,,.,, ?r* not over anwonvw have tli»-rwl«iii!e^n.e. Tohl)cco vVH;d,1;111^,i9i.(ieorge.s,reet. Sydney, taken up by rrtiilniflr lenKt jy Jisw -l «pe&.;. .N.B._Gar6Hl«ad.\lorkill's busies beitig'car. hnhl.ins and calicoes.', -f '! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

'??'. IATIUNaL EDUCATION. , AT a pi iiminary mcctingof a'few Geutlemnn 1\, .y«tt iday who nre favourable to the estab lishment - ia' National School 'tn the Town of Bathurst, L :Lobd Ksq;, ip tb? chair, it was re solved ilia a public meet ing be convened at Mr. Arthur's iri on Wednesday tho 3 1st insbint, nt 12 o'clock ; A- meeting is . therefore convened at, the ho ? iind place abovo appointed when parents at guardians are respectfully invited to atiend. Bath st, ) Deer. 29t 1851. f . NOTICE. DERSO 3 indebted to Mr. W. R. Peek for X sum contracted at his late Store, situated at, the Cfesing Place, Lower Wallaby. Tnron Kiver, un ir t- o umnagement of Messrs. Bar nard and tonham, or to W. K. Peek's account are requetd to sottle with Messrs. B. & S whose.recjit only will be a discharge. ' ? K| ALFHED NATHAN, _ -. f* Sofala.1 DeCr-30'^- : .. . ~ i~ : : — ' ? — ? -. JO LABOURING MEN. '\ k COUlJEof men accustomed to hard work a. will nd employment at the Boiling Es tablisliineujn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

. rfU- Undersigned is a (Ann Hun-li.i«er ol Ooid '10 HOLD ])!(.(, KHS. 1 and utberim-t-»i- «»?-'« -| »i»-'v- f) TOL\NO is » CASH PUKCHASER. of G. BROCKS rAYN.' ,|\, GOLD, at'lhe highest niaikjt [inco, at ?Walchuittker and Jeweller. Balliuwt, Careoar, ami the Turnn Moron. Howick-street, ? _; ? Buihurst. Wool.! WOOL I! WOOL,!!! N.B.-Specimens nnd Coins wnnte.l. Undersigned is a Cosh purchaser of GOLD! GOLD!! N °° ' 11. TOLANO, rpHE highest prico given on the Turon', Connolly's New Buildings. I , . ,At Bathnrst. ) HARBOTTLE'S Dee. 1. 1851. f Siokks. ', _J ? . ? ? — ? '' GOLD! G'iLDM GOLD! ! ! 007,1) ! GO D ! rnQEUndersienei! is prep-ued to purclrso GoM SYER, BROTHERS X in any quantities at £3 4s. per ounce. TTMLL give the higheit Ja»h p.ice lor gooJ clou R. TOUNO. II samples CoDDolly'M New Buildings, 'Uku . ???? '1851. Huwiuk-sireet. ? '. ? — ? ? Baihurst, ? T, t. un.lersigned is a CASH PUKCHAS-R oi, Da.-. |m.. i i5I. J GOLD. ? JOSIAH PARKER, ? TO SL'OIIHK--P-RS AND SBlTLhHS. , Chemist...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Several communications and articles of mining intelli- gence have been excluded in consequence of the slight inconvenience produced by our new arrangements. DEPRECIATED VALUE OF GOLD. — In conse-   quence of the large quantities of gold flowing into the market from different sources, and a fall in the exchanges to 7 per cent, a considerable reduc- tion has taken place in the value of gold in Sydney. From a private letter to a gentleman in town we learn that the prices realized by auction, at Mr. J. G. Cohen's store, on the 27th instant, were 64s. 10d. to 62s. 4d., and that a further reduction is expected. Rather singular to say, Mr. Cohen's usual circular does not make its ap- pearance in Saturday's Herald. Significant ; eh? QUARTZ CRUSHING. — We. have it upon good authority, that six applications for claims upon Mitchell's Creek, district of Wellington, have been made by parties intending to prosecute quartz   crushi...

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