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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ?The holidays have; as usual at this season, in Rfcred with the deliveries ? of wool; although Res to some -extent have been made at prices King' irtuoli tho same as our last quotations. ?A favourable feeling is entertained by buyers B respects the homo markets, but the advance Much would result irom it is checked by the liitinued reduction in exchanges and advances I freight. ? ?Hitherto tho owners of superior flocks have ffitli difiiculty been able to get for the clip more Ban one penny or three half-pence in advance sf wools of very inferior quality, but a. reference 9 the quotations of this day's sale will show an ftprcuiation on tho part of the buyers for choice Hips, which, if generally carried out, will lead to ie more gsneral sale of. first-class brands in the Jblony. ? This quantity of gold from our own fields has Sit baen. so large as usual, owing to a great nuin Krof the 'diggers having' been- spending their Ihristiuas with their families. ? The Hoods at...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

in-H ;?' SYDNEX' MARKETS.— FniDAY. . H The Mills.1— Messrs. Barker and Co. : A fow ?j|'loads of new wheat htive coiiic' to .market, which 'W^ol I at from' 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel. ', Flour. rc- '*? mains at last quotations,' 14/. for fine,' and 12/.' for '?? second quality .per- ton. Of 2000 lbs. Bran, Is. to' ?M is. 2d. j)ar busliel. Mr. Breillat : TJio liolidays H T-eing over,' it is expected thai some of the new '? i^'op will now bp sent to market. . At present ? little or none has appeared. ' Tho nominal price; H maybe. quoted at 4s. Gd. to 5s. per bushel. Flour. H is.vory firm at previous, rates, namely, .14/. per H ion fur fine, and 12/. for seconds, with a tendency ?B. -to advance. ? ,? . Brim, Is. 4d. per' bushel. . llr.; Bj Smart: No alteration has taken place in cither H wheat or flour stneo last report. D Maize.— 2a. 5d. to 3s. per bushel, according. B to quality ninljsuiuplc. B Oiis.—N6ii'e iii tho market ; would fetch H 2s. Gil. to 3s. 9 Barlet.— EngKsh or Cape, 2s^ 9...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

ORIGINAL CORHKSPONJJ.ENCE. To. the. Editor oj the Badturst Free Press, and Mining Journal. Sir,— Being desirous to promote so good an object n3 that specified in your announcement of a meeting intended to bo held at Mrs. Blaek's,' with reference to , a due provision for the ordi nauccs of Religion in tho gold fields, I was pre sent with a few friends to. give such support to tho proposed measure ns was within our power ; but I confess I was hunlly prepared to find that such a proposition would bo suit'ered to fall to the ground unaided by those to whom it was addressed. Anxious, however, to cause some, at least, of the many thousands occupied in the gold fields to reflect upon tho subject 'intended for public discussion, I beg to bo permitted, through, the medium of a paper, which circulates in tho midsr of them, to cull thuir attouticu to a matter so highly deserving^of their most-earnest thoughts. When we attempt to1 contemplate tho nature of the sudden gift to tho Australian colo...

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SECOND DAY. Friday, January 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

S13C0NJJ DAY. Friday, January 2nd. A Hurdle Race for £10, with a sweepstakes of £2 each added for all horses carrying 10 stone 7 lbs., thrieo round, over nine leaps 3 feet 6 inches high. Entrance 1 sovereign. Eoiir en trances or no race. ? Mr. Walford's ns g. g. ? Grayling (Mr. liainc) ???? -- ? 1 ?: B[r.-Outts use. g. Emerald (Ma- . i '.-','. ? .;'.??. harty) ,-. . ..,.,..? ';._.- .. . 2. ,; , Mr. Thursby's b. g. B.ironat * _ ,;'.,' dr. : Mr. Cutts' us b. g. Jeinmy go'by ? ';' her, '?..?? Emerald, the well known hurdle racer, the fa vorite at 2 tol against the' field. Tho two went, off at a gentle canter to the first leap, which drayling cleared, Emerald baulking, and from this losing all chance of the raw. Tho grey cleared all the leaps ' successively in gnllant style,' and won cleverly by half a dozen 'lengths amidst1 the chccr3 of the spectators. Match for £20.' Hunts orico round. . Mr. Thursby's b. g. Baronet, ... ? :;- ' (owner) 0. 1.1. : Mr. Cults, b. g. Blueskin, 0.2.2. Firs...

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SYDNEY NEWS GOLD CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

:SYDNmOTSi' ?:;-;''' (From the Sydney Morning, Herald Jan. 3.) GOLD CIRCULARS. .,-., So many of our. miners' have been in towm during the last week 'that the mines are almosiB deserted, and consequently wo -have nothing '-M importance to communicate. As however th(g holidays are now. over,. the' various conveynn«*|| are becoming crowded on their retnrn, and it »K: difficult to obtain a scat unless booked for sovcnlr days previous. The escort brought down on|: Thursday from the Turon 1733 oz.j Ophir 53 07.il Moroo 459 oz. ; Bnthur.-t 203 oz. The southern!; escort from Braidwood, on Friday, 1036 ozs.; nn-l ; tho mails from Bathurst 793 oz. ; Goulburn SG) : oz. i Turon 128 oz. ;. Braidwood 42 oz. ; Mud1 ? gee 31 oz. ; Quonnboyan 20 oz., and Muswdl- : brook 27 oz. In all this week by escort niiJ | mails, 5490 oz., ? in value about £17,843 ] There has also come in a very large quantity by private hand. . ; Tho Shamrock steamer brought from Mel* bourne about 25,000 oz. — nearly twice as m...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

To the Editor of. the B'athurA Free Press, a»|i :'?:.[ Mining Journal. pffl Sir, — I was much struck a few days sinceffig the decision of their Honors tho Judges of £« Supremo Court in a case ?' Tho Queen agnila Simucls' shewing how nc-c«ary it is for the J|| joyiiicnt of one's liberty und the proper admiJi tration of justice, that c-cmlomcii unnointniaM act as magistrates should understand the -lmmr or tl appertaining; to their oflico and the law appliciiffi|j,ristiii to- the different ccsjs which oracs before themWTIie adjudication. . - , Mith th It appears that on Thursday the 26th NoH Tho the defendant, Samuel Samuels, by- his couiJBfoibou Mr. Holroyd, applied for a rule nisi, calling. ujfflfoin oi Messrs. King and Johnson J.P's. and two of Hi ? i Gold Commissioners located on the Turoii,Hr-5l!» show cause why a writ of Prohibition should JH bo issued against them, to restrain them from ftH ther proceeding against Samuels in a convicaB made by Mr. King, under tho Vagrant Act, MR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

BIRTH.     At Molong on Friday the 2nd January, the       wife of Captain Clymo, of a son.     DIED,       At her residence, Campbell's River Farm, on the morning of Tuesday, the 6th instant, aged 44 years, Ann Pye, the wife of Mr. Thomas Pye, after a long and painful sickness.  

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS ffl'lUOTS. St. Sishastian. — A dreadful murder has been: committed at Sc. Sebastian. Tho victim is a young, lady named Brunei, daughter of tho British Vice Consul there (a Spanish gentleman). The mur-' d.crcr is an. officer in the .army, named Vitb, who' had professed an attachment for her. but her: parents wero opposed to him paying his ad-, dresses to her. She was dancing nt a ball held at tlie theatre a few nights ago, with a son of the Marquis of Gavirin, when tho officer who had come from Onato to the ball, on liar passing be fore him, suddenly drew forth a dagger, and gave her two stabs, which laid her dead on the'spot.. He was seized, and will bo judged by couit-mnr-: tinl, nnd doubtless shot. Sunor Brunet, lather of the nnfortunoto lady, is in England. . ?' ' Bavaria. — A very curious and by no means ovcr-Christinn Mendicity Law- has been published in Bavaria. According to this law, not the beg-, gars but the givers aro to be punished ; for who soever gives nlm...

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TRACES OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. ARCTIC SEARCHING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

TB ACES OF SIR JOHN EIUNKLIN. ARCTIC SEARCHING EXPEDITION. (From tiie London 2'imes, SentemberlQ.) Tho following letter from Captain Parker, of tho Truelovc, jwhalc-ship, giving an account of Captain Austin's expedition up to tho 13th of Sep tember, 1850, has-been brought, by Captain ,Ord, of tho Tync, of Berwick-upon-Tweed, which ship nrrived at that port on tho 6th instant, from Da vis' straits. From this letter it would appear that tlio Searching expeditions wore about to enter' into winter ? quarters on tho southern shore of Corn wallis Island,, in Harrow Straits ; and Captain Parker, of the Truelove, transmits a letter from Mr. Kane, surgeon of the United States' oxpedi tion, which will bo read with the deepest interest by all concerned in Sir John Franklin's expe dition. The traces of Sir John Franklin's expedition, which had been already reported by 'Captain Fbr syth iis having, been'.discovcred by Captain' Om- inahnoy- arid ..Lieutenant Bertie Cntcrj. had been further, follo...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES—INTERESTING DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

BRITISH 'EXTRACTS. ~ ASSYEIAN ANTIQUITIES-INTERESTING . DISCOVERIES. Tho Athenceum publishes a communication from ? Colonel liawlinson relative to a discovery made by him — in an inscription upon an Assyrian Bull— of an account of the campaign between Sennacherib and Hczekiah. 'I have succeeded,' says Colonel Bowlinson, ' in determinate!}' identifying tho Assyrian kincs of the lower dynasty, whose palaces have been recently excavated iu tho vicinity of Mosul ; and I have obtained from the annals of those kings contemporary notices of events which agree iu the -most remarkable way with tho statements preserved in sacred and profane history. ' Thokiiig who built tho palace of Ivhorsabad, excavated by the French, is named Sargina ; but ho also bears, in somo of the inscription?, the epithet of Shulmunescr, by which title -ho was better known to the Jews. In tho first year of his reign ho came up against tho city of Samaria, and tlic tribes of the country of Beth Homri (or Omri, being t...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. I 'Wheub AitE We, and WmniEH AnB We I CIoiko ?— Wo have lost' all reckoning, and the I atmosphere is so hazy that the chronometer can-. I not be corrected by solar, stellar, or lunar obscr I -rations. Last year,- and all the years before that I sheep's wool was regarded as the; golden fleece. I ? But Australia has become auriferous, in fact, for I tho good or evil of man. ? Half-a-ton of tho pre I cious metal, per week, is the produce inNowl I South Wales, a whole ton. is the yield in Victoria, I nnd every man. or manikin scorns elated by the I intelligence and disposed' to try his 'luck.' I . Thcso Victoria facts reached with the reported I discovery of gold in Tasmania. If it should be I found hero in abundance what is to be done 1 I ? iKet the chain gangs to work -for government? I We fear they would, like others, toil on their own I jiccount. Libcrttto the coerced ? They would w not remain long in the scene of their .bondage nnd I disgrace. ' 1'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

'ME Undersigned is n Cash Purchaser of Gold EH Watchmaker and Jeweller, ,?§ llowick-street, |Bh , ' Buthurst. I«SB.— Specimens nnil Coins wanted. . ? g| GOLD..!- GOLD ! !: ME highest price given on the. Turon, Era At gE§ HARBOTTLE'S mat - Storks. Ba ? . ? : ? EH GOLD! GOLD! fffi SYEll, BROTHERS BfflLL give tho higheBtcash price for good clear fiB samples. KHgnst4th, 1851. K undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HIgold. §9 josiah parker, H Chemist So Druggist. wS William-sircet, m9 Bathurst. ^no 23rd. Iflfll. Wit, undersigned is n CASH PURCHASER of HGOLD UUS1' at the liighest market rates. M K. CAMPBELL, AN Circular Quay. ,S-1n»y. 20th AiiRt., 1851. B' ' GOLD, i ? HHE Undersigned is a Cash buyer of Gold at |goranBc and Ophir.' JQHN ARK1Ng- ©range. 1 §'-IBI^ ? fflll-: undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of Ms GOLD, both at Orange and ntOphir. . |§ JOHN PEIRLEY, raj ' - Coach & Horses Inn |sh Grange. m| GOLD! GOLD!! GOLD!!! OT C. P. DUNSFORD ffli CASH PUR.CH ASKR, of BATHURST UKinLD i...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTOIUA. (From the Empire, January 3.) Our files of papers from Victoria put us in possession of intelligence to the 2Gth ultimo, As usual, the gold news, forms the chief fea ture in them, although it is by no moans so ex citing as on former occasions. Tho total amount of gold, which arrived by the escort on the 24th ultimo, was from Mount Alexander, 10,076 ozs. ; from BullaruL fi'28 ozs.: left at'Gcelomr. 147 OZS: or altogether about 10,851 ozs. ; being scarcely on^ half the amount brought down by the last escort. The quantity shipped to London by the Melbourne, which sailed on the 25th ultimo, was only 54,000 ozs., whilst the total quantity shipped to England since the commencement of the dig gings, was no:inorc than 87,320 ozs, the value of which, at the rate of £3 per ounce, is £261,9G0. It will be seen that ths cstiiuate is far below that which the public were led to exp.'oi from tho accounts given in tho Melbourne Press. In ad dition, however, to tho quantity e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

TO SPLITTERS AND FENCERS. THE undersigned is ready to treat with a pair of Splitters and Fencers for the erection of a Stockyard on his premises.     SAMUEL JENNER,   Black Bull Inn. Jany 6th, 1852. NOTICE.         To Mr. Hyman Joseph. THE undersigned beg to intimate to Mr. Hyman Joseph, that his departure from   Sofala, leaving (amongst many others) the ac- counts of the undersigned unsettled, will justify them in having recourse to criminal legal pro- ceedings iu default of the same being forthwith liquidated.             George F Pickering,       H. R. Reubens           John Bloomfield,             Henry Brant. &nb...

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THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

,. ,? .. — ? ' ' i 1 THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE. HV ELECTRIC TELEGnATH. Paris, Thursday Evenino. — Although great efforts were made to day, to prop up tho mohoy market,' and there were further disconnt to tho amount of 150,000 fraucs tlio ltcntcs have fallen. Closing price of five per cents, 92 10 ; lower for tho end of tho month. The exchange on London is high, 25 12i. There arc buyers of short papor. Tho 'Ministers had held two Cabinet Councils, at which tho President of tho Republic presided, to discuss tho Cuban affairs, and it was unanimously rcsolycd to take, if necessary, effi cient measures, cither with or without tho con currence of England, to protect tho rights of the Queen of Spain. GOLD DISCOVERIES IN AUSTRALIA. Later papers have been received in tho City from New South Wales. Accounts from Sydney, Juno 2, afford a vivid picture of the excitement produced. by tho confirmation which was daily received of the gold discoveries at Batlmrst/' The instances of success recorded a...

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SELECT POETRY. THE DYING ALCHYMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

SEilcr poetm. SHE DYINQ ALCHYHI3T. fllT K. P. TTCUI3.] TclKl not think to dta Till I h»d finlfhod *hat I had to do ; . ? . I thought to plerco th' oternal secret through , With thla my niottal oyo ; I frit— oh God I it socmeth oven now This cannot be the death-dow on my brow 1 And yot it Is— r feel, Of tliln dull-ntcknoss nt my hoiwt, afraid 1 ' And in myoyes the doiith-nparkn flash and fodo ; ? And Romothlnjjscoms to Btenl Ovor my bojom like a frozen hand— Binding Its.pulses with an loy band. ? And this Is death I But why Toel I this wild recoil? Tt cannot bo Th' immortal spirit shuddoroth to bo frcol ?Would it not leap to fly, ' , , . . . '?? ? Liko a ohnin'd oaglet nt Its parent's call I ? Ifcar— Ifoar— that this poor life is all I , ?;... Tot thus to puss away I— ' ' : ..ToUvobutfornliopothat'mockBBtlasfr1- '? To agonize to fltrive, to watch, to fast, .. . . j - To wasto tho light of day, Night's bettor beauty, foollnp, lancy, thought, All that we hayo and are— for thls-^for hou...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. DREADFUL SUICIDE AND ATTEMPT TO MURDER TWO FEMALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTMCTS. ; DREADFUL SUrCIDIS AND AT TEMPT^TO MURDER TWO FE MALICS. ' (From the Weekly Times, August 24j 1851. ) The neighbourhood of Tottenham has been in a state of the most painful excite ment since Wednesday evening, in conse quence of a desperate attempt to murder two respectable females — mother and daughter — by a German, named Carl Raegelack, who afterward^'' destroyed himself. f Upon inquiry into the circumstances the reporter ascertained that the unfortunate deceased, who is said to be of highly res pectable connections in his owncountry, came to England some twelve months tiince, with, a recommendation to Mr. Brand clerk in a bank in Lombard1 street, and has since resided with that gentleman's family at Tottenham Hall, and he is said, to have conceived an ardent attachment to Miss Brand, whose father, however, ob jected to their union, chiefly on accouot of the disparity of their ages, the deceased being thirty five years old and the young lady only about twe...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

VICTORIA. ? = _ Baixarat. — Tlio digging here, I may now say, has every appenranee of drawing to a' close for the season ; I ho water decreases daily, us also the population, infact, Biillnrnt looks ..quite de serted. The police establishment is broken up, or nearly so, the . forco consisting of ' sis* men only. This, I think, rather n premature step; us there are still, I should think, from 100 to 150 peoplo here, and the bad results have been al ready felt, for a mnn returning from Biminyong. yesterday, was unhorsed, and nttemptcd to bo robbed, but fortunately, after receiving some injuries, made his escape by running into the bush. This occurred in the middlo of tho day, which wonld -hot have been tho enso had the troopers been here, ns they were continually pas sing to and from Buninyong. I must mention too,' an accident which also occurred yesterday, on the same road,' by the upsetting of a chaise ciut full of people. Tho only injury sustained was liy a child, who was thrown be...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE CIRCUMFUMIGATION OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

BRITISH HXTKAOTN. THE CIROUMFUMIGATION OF THE WORLD. (From the London Weekly News.) ' I'll pat a girdle round about tho earth In forty minutes.' . . So says the^pirit in Shukspcare's fairy drama ; and, if for ' minutes' wo say ' rlays' wo may live to see this fact accomplished by our en gineers. rl ho company is already formed which is to take us from Graceehureh-stroet to Calcutta insoven days. Tho lust mail from America in forms us that steamers have actually effected tho voyage from the western extremity of Lake Ni caragua into tho Atlantic, and a narrow strip of land now nlono remains of tho once formidable barrier of tho Isthumus of Darien between the Atlantic and tho Pacific Oceans. This little remnant will soon be traversed either by a ship, chnnl, or a railway, and then the universal genius of steam will blend the two hemispheres into ono. .--.:?... ?-? . Theso things seem marvels now, and the would havo beon laughed at as impossibilities twenty years ago.' Could wo revive o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. _LL_i_ J--iL „ ? ': '.i ?»? -? ur.V k ir. ?. m. Jon. *0S.° 5 .07 . -1418 -. 4 HI. 5 . 1 7 . HID . 4 12M. 5 .27. 1420 . 4 »3|T. 5 ?? 3 7 . 14 21 .4 U|JV. 5 . 4 7 . 13 22 . 4 15;Th. 5 . 5 7 .13 23 . 4 IGF. 5 . 6 7 . 13!24 . 4

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