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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 December 1851

COWRA. [From our own correspondent.] A most melancholy occurrence took place here on Saturday morning under the following cir-. cumstances : — A shepherd of the name of Wil- liam Smidt, a native of Germany, in the employ of Mr. Fulton, whilst bathing in the River Lach- lan, happened to get into deep water, and being, I believe, unable to swim, was drowned before any assistance could be rendered him. The young man was in the prime of life, and is much lamented by all who knew him. His remains were picked up a few hours after the fatal event took place, and conveyed to the Fitzroy Inn, there to await a Coroner's inquest, which took place the next day after a form. In the absence of the Coroner, a Mr. George Rothtry, a Sydney gentleman usurped the office of that functionary, and after duly empanelling a jury, proceeded to examine the body, after which all the witnesses were sworn and examined. The learned Coroner proceeded to state the law bearing on the case, as laid down, not by "Sew...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

?i JOREIGN INTKLLMNCE.: ?'FRANCE. ' ,?i'?ATirs,' Monday' evening. — The, funds ^liaye 'beenVniore steady to-day than was ^expecte(?.;: The; : clpsing price of the'5 per :cent^was';9/lf/T15c.'; ;..? :/'-[.. ''.'-.?;?'[? 1 ) Tli'ere is still perfect calm, and although revery body seems to expect a storm to ?com'eon in, or. perhaps before 1852, there ;is no otKer indication of want of confidence ,'thanthe stagnation in the higher branches .of 'trade'.; Thelowners of houses, who had lowered their rents after .the revolution of ?Februaryj are raising them again ns if they 'liad a cehaihty before them of better times. .They 'do 'not let rriuch it is true, and there !afe Mridreds of apartments to be had in the ?best , quarters j but at prices which no pru dent person would pay. j ^ ; : Tlie ConstitutionnelQt,ihia day has an 'otlier; article by Dr. Yerpn under the head of ' Le. Denouement.' \ The Doctor sticks to Louis Napoleon, and asserts that the ?people ; will re-elect him in spite of a...

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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

THECAPB OF GOOD HOPK' ly way of Mauritius we have a few' days later illigehce f rorii the Capei;''but no .improvement ;tnk'4n 'plaec iii the state of tho cplonyl.' Nows Imcii 'received' at Rlit'tcr'wbrth of thft death of passa. the' most active as well as the most tile of the Taranbofcio chiefs. Hapassa was [Uflstioniibly iho .niost. restless chief of -any wig'- tho Tarabus of die colony, .and it 'is hoped rafor'o, that his de^tli may j)^ /a vocable^ rathpr; n;6th'or_wisp;' Ho 'ifP;2Britrsh' ,:in 'liKat-qnarterv. i Aniagb Seka ? thief Krcli is still playing an ivocal part, affording sufficient ground for eluding that he has a perfectly good under iding with' the belligerent Kaffirs. The .Brit traders in his country are oxtremelv'appre sive of an ontbrcak, and that notwithstanding occurrence of one or two circumstances that lit lead to a very different conclusion. An Jr account states that the Rebel Hottentot thaalder has gone to the neighbourhood of the tebergen for the purpose of c...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

'i&.V. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. ? i^ho Colonial Times of the 13th says,-r-'Gold 1 $j$ been.founa at last, between the Brighton and : fKcjhmond districts, by ft labourer named John lijragaii. w'10 un3 been *°r some t'me C[ripl°?cd WWpibririg that locality, 'We have: seen a spe cimen of the gold, with an. accortipanying letter ffi$jn ' Mr! 'Bonjiey) in the p'ossessip.n of .the trea ^reri.pf the Guld Committee, John Dunn, jnn. ijlv 'The specimen consists of abimt 16griiins, ^e'e the size of a pin's head. ' Mr. Bonnoy. of. ilirray-street, started, for. the locale yesterday,5 Here the gold was discovered, with, a.cradlc and 1 necessary implements; for testing its capabili- ' 3.' We i will give authentic details of the.result *'ur next.' ? 'We same paper, in iti issue of the J\i statM, that Mr. Bjuney had been compelled, . ?Sough Ulricas,' to' return without. reaching the gden locality'. ,. . ,,.?.,.:, ??? JTlie H. T. Courier. however, fells a different &. In his paper of the 16...

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SELECT POETRY. FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

mECT;ppipY. FOOTSTEPS. 01' ANGELS. ;rFROM LOXG?2LIOTV'S MEMS.] V ?Whoa the hours of tiny arb numbered, ' : '?? ; And the voices of the night ' ^' ' IV alee the better foul, that slumbered, ? ;. To a holy, calm delight ;. ... t ? ,; ? . Ero tlie criming lamps are lighted , ' ? ?? l ?? ; ? ' A nil; lllto phantoms grim and tall, , Slmdows from, the iltfUl'Qre-ligUt ?: ; ; '^ Banco upou thu parlour wall; .-, :, ,', , . Then the'foruis of tho departed ?;*:? ??'? .-' . ' -E.ntor.at tho.Qlien.door.; _ .:.:.:. . , The bolon-d, the true hoartpd, Couie'tovlBitmcbubo'inore: ' : He, the young and Hirohg.'who'ohorlshoil , :'Koble iqnitlngH for the strife,. ,' ?', ; By the'roadsWo foil and perished, . Weary \»ltU' the march of lifo I ; Thoy, the holy ones and weakly, _ , r? '?:'.' Whothoor^ssofsulTeriiissJborc, '? ' . * Folded thoir pale hands 80 meekly,-1 ????' Spake with us on earth no more!. j-.: ;?, , . And with them.'tho being boautcous ??'..'', Who unto jny youth was given, .;.,,. ., ?/ .jr...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENT. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

ORIfflNA^ CO&RKSPOflifaCKH To tht Editor of tfy BathurstFree^rest, andV ? . Minina Journal. . .- I -' ? Ibi .' Sir, — Many pcoplo are leading- 'Iheraselrei -8:-^ astray with respect to the richness of the Tor -.: ?', Phillip gold, fields.- * 23;0db and'25jboo ounces lool ,.:?: ;a largo quantity . 'to- be sent d-nvn by \ escort t «- .- once, compared with'our n.iltrv 4.000 and 5.00 ' ownces. But let any sensible man look at th --;. .--- 1 difference ? in .the numbers-engaged at each i . ?': ^ . 'theso diggin3s| and he will easily see tho cnttffii '.^Cftpt;^ this great, difference.- .At; tho .most jto have- m AkSjrj ?raore'thiin from 4^000 to 6,000 imrbaththe-Tiin (handed iarid Ophir, so that on nn average our digRorsa o-gold « ?gettingan ounce of gold-a week. Portrhfllipwif -h? -spj) her30,000 diggers has only sent; according to'to uiost pj own dazzling accounts from 23,000 to 25,000 oi !.Apid;-ii ?Now for tho sake of round ' numbers'* we wi ?;'??? ??-?- computo our digging p...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR.. 3 * I I ^ ' J_^JJi ? I ? l_ , I ii. m. n. .'Mi n.- m. Jan. 'sS. 4 . 54 7 .? Oil . -i *S. 4 . 5^ 7 . . 513 . 4 6M. 4 . 55 7 . 511 . 4 6T. 4 ? S6 7 . 4 14 . 4 7|W. 4 '? . 56 7 . 415 . 4 8Th. 4 . 57 7 . 310 . 4 H'K. 4 . 57 7 . 817 . 4

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, JANUARY, 3. 1952. THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

THE BATHURST PRKK PRKSS. 'MAONA EST VKKITAS ET PnAZVWOlT.' - SATURDAY, JANUARY, 3, 1852.: THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEWi The j'ear which has just closed, will- for *yer stand As the a'nhua. mirubibis ''\\\ the r.re«s6rc|s .of 'Australia. -.,-, It: -fa n remarkably Mgntficajil fact that -the tenriinationv6f the first period in the annuls, of fhia colony ?fihoold bt coincident with t!i-« close of the first half of the nineteenth century; and that the aeraicycle which flows forward to the Century of'Promise should have opened by givin? this land, and through tins land the world, an assurance and an. earnest of the exhaustless blessings yet reserved for mankind within the fruitful womb, of Time. The ancient regime of Convictism departed with the year 1850. For ten. years pie vioue the hideous incubus which deadened the energies and drank the liferblood ot our young empire had exhibited symptoms of approaching dissolution. The monster had Wrown cadaverous in aspect and imbecile i i mind, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

NOTICE TO COBRB8PO.VDBKT3. t'iia.l«tUr» of Messrs.- Toy *ai Lu«*. *ad A JTutBBa or laaCuuEWi ofKwiiMbara'uavroldabtj- posiponod to the uukt Issua.

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THE COMMISSIONERS OF LANDS AND THEIR POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

THE COMMISSIONERS OF CROWS LANDS AND/THEIR POLICE -FORCE.. In a recent number of the: late 'aeries of our paper we feel it to be incumbent on us to review, with some degree of reprehend siorij the policy of the Executive Govern ment in the selection of CrownlCommis sioners, for the management of those rich fields of auriferous strata, which science and persevering research have laid bare in the bosom of this now important territory — to the enterprise of the colonist and the immigrant. Well aware that, the district of this dis covei y possessed, in its resident gentry and others, men of ample talent for the .most creditable discharge of official duty, we felt that an injustice was done to a neighbour, hood of which the public favour had con stituted us the guardians, by the favoritism under which the claims of strangers were preferred-^as if forsooth our district was so wanting .in men, competent for dqty, that distant and unconnected localities had to be scoured for the needful off...

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THE GREAT EXHIBITION. (From the Globe, September 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

' THE GREAT EXHIBITION. : (From the Globe, September 2.) . . .. By this day's returns up to -the time bf going to press, the numbers stood as follows : — ' ! 10 o'clock .. .... 4,131' 11 o'clock .. .. '.'.'. 17,552 12 o'clock .. ... ,.3;i,6'88' 1 o'clock .. .', ':? ,..-. 38,76,4 2 o'clock .. ...,.- r.V.43,73y At 10 o'clock the thermometer -stood, at G5 deg. ; at 1 1, 67 deg. ; at 12, C9 :dcg; ;: BtJ,. 71 dog. ; at 2, 74. ; ??_ k: :?_:.-?. V }:. :'?. ..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

DIED,                                   On Thursday, January 1st, at 6 o'clock in the morning, aged 10 months, Frances Tolano, the infant daughter of Mr R. Tolano, Howick-street, Bathurst.                        

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EXTRACTS FROM ERMAN'S TRAVELS IN SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

EXTR.VCrS FROM'. filiJlAX'S iT-R^yMs : ?-??. '?'..IN'SlBEatA'.',.1';'',.', ,,:,'.,;?,.'??? PA.KTici;L.VTti.Y:. yt.t-ta uEijeREsisE ,to- oolo^and' ' ITB..' ATTENDANT Jt^BH.^'ClyNS.'r-Vol.. l..p.:,162. -: At . Yangnl; -31 milesifreiti Metgeslika; occurs rock of the oiler forinatn»i;'-» deep-lyin^'inernbor ..of the stratified series;' On- th'e'dcclMtrcs of a roundish hill, stepped of- wood, E found- strata of .quartos'e red 6und-stono,' rich in inicaj 'which at tunes-had theclosest resuinlilunco to fine griiirie'd' ?^riiniti'. ? In some - spots this ri-ek'has 'fidlen to .?sand, in wliich 'are disseminated grains 'of mag-' netie iron-stone. .A level tract then follows to M:ilunhsli, . 22 :versts from Y.tngul ; and here at tention being a^ain. directed to £he nature oFthe' s.-il, we see the ground; -frequently ?co'vert;.! with gravel and silicious slate, and quartz, rrcsembling Qno of the. older conglomerates' in a state of disin tegration.-' ? .' . ,.,'.:.-. ? ?.'????- -.-??.? ;. . I sa...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. ANTICIPATED RUPIURE WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—INTERRUPTION TO EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

lISCELLANEoas JiX't'^AIJTS, fllicipATisn .; jwp.ru'RB with- thi IWITED STATKS Of AMERICA— IN ?BJRRUPTIQN. TO EMIGRATION; - ? (From the Weekly Times.) |o floating reports wafted across tho Atlantic, |v6 to Cuban '.expeditions organized within Jterritorics of the United States republic ji6t the independence of 'tlio last valuable ksion.of Spain in the Western world, have | siinuficaiicc.thnn appears on the /ace of tho pd'.statcJneiits which Imvo reached us. It f t'.iofeiislchiitf or noii-vxistcnec. of. theco (-f ii4 ibrciijn' cciuiitry which concerns this Li-..-i-. ?,ji'-rTr..J.'.i*l;.-:--c.' ??'?-s ?? ? '?- .'????;? ? ? ? coantry most, but.the^ permahance of-*ur 'poli-. ttcal aud cammjrcial relations w.th depcndeiicii8: that hare acknowledged our svrar fur:upwards of two centuries, and the grave ' interruptions that are threatened in our iiiecrc mrss with ,t!iat vast continent which, iii the' prjseut day, appaars to hold the balance bjtween. tlie commerce, of the E;isturn and Western...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

The tide of visitors to tho Crystal .Palac *hos again taken a turn, and appears to be mounting upwards. Yesterday the total admissions were 50,233, being fully 2,000 above the number of tho previous Monday. The receipts were, for season tickets, £8 10s. ; at the doors, £2,465 10s. ; total, £2,474. From tho August returns published by the Executive Committee, it would appear that tho mouey taken lit . the doors during the month nmouritcd to £58,890 5s. Cd. The number of persons who have entefeil' in tlie' same time is KP23MJ33'7And -Haled-' to 'the- figures previously pUbJlisheirigives^atotal of4,20!5;509 visitors since thii, oponinjji.joj. the. Exhibition.. The,' - largest number of persors present in. the building, at any time' w''os 56.93 f.'.ahd tlie 'hoiir of tho greatest -Uteridari&'-¥buk\vo 'to tliViie' : o'clock; « 'is- evi iduiit.'tliejrafor^tfiirt up t(i 'yesterday 'there -wm a ^argp nqinber of .persons whccstill -feUan interest in the foeaJJ^ndiistrial. Exhibition....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

BA.THURST COTPEE MINING? COMPANY. THE Half Yearly General Meeting 'of the share holders of the above Company will be held on Thursday the 29th day of Janunry, 1852, at -eleven o'clock in tho foronoon, at Mr. Arthur's Inn at Bathurst, to receive the Directors' half yearly Report, to elect two Directors in the place of Messrs. Henry Eotton and Jumcs Arthur, who retire by rotation from tho Directorship, and also two Auditors, and to transact any other business that may be brought before the mcctinp; in con formity with the deed of settlement of the com pany. Any Proprietor intending to propose himself as a candidate, or to propose some other Proprietor ns a candidate for the office of Di rector must, at least fourteen days before tho day on which the meeting will be held, signify by some writing under his hand tu the undersigned cither his intention to propose himself ns a candi date or. the name and place of abode of the can didate intended to be proposed. ? By order of the Directors,...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Discovery or a. New Economy in Steam.— Patents have lately been taken out in nearly all the large States of Eu rope, for a discovery which, if it realizes only one-fourth of what the inventor pro mises, will cause a.total revolution in the application of steam power. The patentee, who is an American engineer of great ce lebrity, professes to have perfected an en gine by which the steam, instead of passing off in a half-consumed state, deposits its caloric and recovers new power, thus effecting an economy of 90 per cent. The idea on which the invention is founded ap pears to have been borrowed from the respirator wprn over the mouth by con sumptive persons, arid in which the caloric of the breathy instead of being lostin the atmosphere,, is arrested by metallic meshes and warms the cold air . taken into the lungs. The experiments already made by the inventor have, it is said, proved suffi ciently satisfactory to induce him to con striicfran engine of one hundr...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

LOCAL^^rfLtpNGK;:: .NATIONAl/'EDUCATION/' : A public meetiria; was' convenes ' at' Mr.. Ar thur's Inn on Wednesday lnst^by'thtr friond's' of the Nutional System of educatiou; and consider1 ing the suddenness, of tlic ^moveinont,-. iind ..the. shortness of the notice, it was. well, mid respect a'lly'attcnded. 'The proceedings 'iif the dny were cuarncienzoa or n reinarKautcacgrreot spirit ana unanimity, asairiii'luliitabloprootof- which' we may mention that upwards of £40 wu^.suliso.rihed nmt paid on the spot. ? Tho vomniiider.; of the day, and a considerable 'portion of the night weru du voted by three of. the Working Conimittec',','. lir. MtHtittie, Mr. i'iirrand, and--Mn*Hiighes, to: col lecting subscriptions;' whosa oggregiatc;amoUht', 'at the close of their labours, yts-$-#.er.\One: Hundred Pounds. Enjoying an'oppfjrtimi.ty thercfore.of ascertaining the sentiments iif ''tlio people.mucli, mpre..effectu'aHy thmi they wbuftfbtj' jjiuhereil at' a public meeting, . we aife ia flj wjs...

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COLONIAL NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

. coLONM news: ^ SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the-Empire.)' . We hayonows from Adelaide to the \ 6th ins ;n_ by tho Phantom. ? ' ': .' .-'.-' wo ; On the 2nd a long discussion took place in t! ct l legislative Council on the 2nd reading oft p Bill for tho proposed- loan of £500,000 fortlt;Og DUrnOSO Of' ns(:nhllfl1liTlrr ?'rbili-noHa-i tlin cnpnifl ;reading being ultimately earned by the. Speakcm,. posting vote. Tho Bill was, however, s-ib%J_ qu'ently withdrawn by tho Government. ? jr:= ; The Council had voted an address to1 i|i Jfi sQUeon, rcqoramending' that' n: pension of £wt ;n-ypar bo granted out of tkc.Land Fund.to CM-jri Start; the Australian discoverer, 'who: now fHrrii theoffico;of Colonial Secrctarv. ',--.: ?/.'.. -1 , \Wi-\ Wo havo recoivo'd the first five numbers ofjlH - Adelaide Morning Chromic, a new daily patls which has succeeded the South Australian. }c»o fl contemporary professos himself the ch'ampioicfivc' I stato grants -for the mnintenanco of reiigio|iraten opposition...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

GERMANY. Berlin.— August 30.— The King of Prussia, left ?. Hohenzollern Hechingen , on the morning of the 24th, arrived at Hohen zollern Sigmaringen the same afternoon, and was verv festively received at the Castle. His Majesty visijed the King of Bavaria at Hohenschwangau on the 2 ? th. ; The Prussian Ambassador,; Baron Von' Bockelberg, left Munich for Hohen schwangau to receive aiid attend His Majesty. , ' The Prime Minister, Prince Schwarzen berg has sent letters to ail the Austrian Consuls to apprise them of the Emperor's commands respecting the revision of the government. Immediately on the Em peror's return to Vienna the Ministers are ?to take the oath according to the Emperor's command, that they shall hold themselves responsible solely and entirely to the Crown. Chevalier Anselm Von Roths child left Vienna on the 26th for Paris, Duke Ferdinand of Saxe Coburgh-Cohary the uncle of Prince Albert, expired at his palace in Vienna on the 27th, In corisequeuce of the protest of all...

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