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MINING INTELLIGENCE. LOWER TURON. Lower Crossing Place, January 4th., 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

? „ MINING INTELLIGENCE. ?i-V,: ' LOWER TURON. Lower Crossing Pl/tce, January 4th., 1852. latterly there has beon little doing in our neighbourhood, and I have not therefore much to Communicate, bnt as arrivals from Sydney and other places are daily roaching us, I shall shortly havo something to write about. The digging po pulation -are gyadually oxtcn'ding themselves down the rivor, having, I am informed, nearly reachod the junction. A groat portion of the river henco to its embouchure is completely inncccssiblo by tho banks, in fact within a mile of my own place, nothing 'in the shapo of man or benst can tra verse It, Owing to tho superabundance of water, none of the bed claims in our quarter have boon worked, and as the banks havo been pretty pro ductive, tho diggers havo manifested less anxioty than they would otherwise havo done. As a general rulo th-3 earnings havo been re manorativo without being excessive, although thorearo a faw enscs in which individuals have «lono' extrem...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1852. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

THE BATHURST. IRKE PRESS. 'JUOKA ESr VEttlTAS BV -FRJSVALEBIT.' SATURDAY, JANUARY 10,1851 TO OUR READERS. The publication of the Sbfnla land sales in to-day's issue. has compelled us to omit our leading* matter and several letters of interest. ?

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

NOTICE. ? .: ', TtflLLI AM 'Branson, miller, and Ada Bran; T Y son his daughter, house servant, my hire'i servants having left their employment withou permission, or receiving a discharge ; any rim 'hiring' them, will be prosecuted according' t( law. ... HENRY H. KATER. Cale\ila, \ January 4t'li 1852. J , |)£200 REWARD^ /????: fpHE above RevronTwiiP-bb ptiidtp any'pef'sb'ji UL'. or persons'who will satisl'aclctrilj'' prove thai Gold may bo obtained on ? 'the 'JEftiito -of 'Mr; :Henry Perrier, sitliat'e 'at -Lewis *Poridsi at 'the rate of 'One 'Stihce1 per riiari 'jier day:' Rations for a'party'wiil'bo proVided'frceof'dxrlense. : Eor particulars ajiply to 'Mr^ D. ' Porrier i»t 'Scotch Hurry's' br to; ? .::''' ;'SA\UL:SAM'U'ET,,Es(j .' . . . ' Cohhblly'8 Biiililings. None but responsible parties .will tro treated wiih.\ '.... '.:; . , . ' . ?-. .. ?. :? -.-- ? ? .- ;;? .. ?. Bathurst, , ??,)'., '. . , '???; -. Jany. 5th, 1852.;/ ; ,..'. ,];?;.- .?;-.-. -?; HANDSOME 'BEWAftDi ; ?' : 3 ...

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

TO BE LET OR SOLD, 'pHE Premises nt Gorman's Hill, lately occu A ' pied by J. P. Clementi, Eaqv. Terms liberal. ? ' ' J ' FRANCIS LORD. WANTED. BY the umlorsigned, a single man as Cook, character indispensable. Apply to E. AUSTIN, Bathurst. Jan. 7th, 1852. EMANCIPATION JbT-UND. TN' tho bush, belonging to a person named Wil X liatn James. Apply to the Chief Constable. WANTED. BY a Gentleman not long arrived from the parent country, a situation as Tutor in a respectable family. The advertiser is competent to instruct in Greek, Litin, French, and Eng lish, &c. Laving graduated in one. of the Uni versities. ' ? '.'''. ' ? ' - : ??:'?' J ' Reference at thia office. Bathnrst, ? Jan. 10th. 1851. J ? FOB SALE. Oft HEAD of Horses, now running at O'Con *'** nellPiuins, and Powell's Creek, on the ?Lichlan. : . The greater part of the above arc broken in to saddle and harness, and are chiefly branded JW conjoined. ' ? Apply to / , W. J. JONTCS. OConncll Plains. CAUTION. npHE Public are ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

BIRTH. At her residence, Kelso, on the 8th inst., Mrs. R. Y. Cousins of a Son. MARRIED. On the 15th of January last, at St. Pancras, New Church, by the Rev. Benjamin Ffinch rector of St. Paul's, Deptford, and domestic chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Bucan, Ralph only son of the late Henry Ashton Esq., of Liver- pool, and of Dominica, to Emma Frances second daughter of Frederick Waller Esq., of Doughty Street, London.

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ENGLISH NEWS. NINE DAYS' LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. NINE DATS' LATER NEWS. (From the Empire.) ... ..Tho prison ship. Rodney, which nrrived at Uphfirt Town on tho 20th ultimo, brought Eng lishncws to Soptcmber 24 ; and wo weroyoster rtny favoured by Walker, a passenger, from San Prnnciscp by the Jesse Byrne, with a filo of tlio Illustrated London News, to Scptombor 27th, received via Panama. At our latest dates, Queen Victoria's Court was still at Balmoral : -.Prince Albert was almost daily amusing, himself dccr-stalking ; tho Princess Eo}'al had been thrown from her horse, but had sustained only a slight injury. Great and joyous preparations wore being mado in Lancashire for the approaching Royal Tisit to tho scat of our cotton manufactures, in the early part of Oc tober. . . ??????:?? Further intelligence had reaencd England of tho discoveries of gold in this colony. Extracts of a letter from Messrs. Smith, Campbell & Co., dated Sydney June IHh, were published in the London papers, stating that there wore then ...

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

LOCAL IflTELLI&fiNOJi. ' ?Weather, Cnors, Hauvkot.— Tho weather dissbeen very favourable for harvesting operations ?daring tho last fortnight, and from its present Mttlcil appearance, there is every probability, that with perhaps the exception .of an occasional tlmnder storm, there ? will be no '?? further inter vuption from rains. Reapers however aro very scarco, and tho rates pnid aro consequently very high— in some cases £1 per acre and rations. Earlier in the season there was little difficulty in prouiiring men at 15u. per aero without provi sions, but the enso i3 now very materially altered. It is nevertheless gratifying, to remark, that with very few exceptions, the wheat is being got well ?together. On Campbell's River, several parties : yo understand havo been compelled to substitute -tho scythe for the sickle, but grcut loss is sustained in raking, particularly- whore tho wheat happons to be pretty ri pa. From a Lachlan settler wo hnvo received information that the ...

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EVENTS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

EVENTS Of -THIS WKiilC. .( From the Home News.) . Tho Americans have, in the interval between our last and present journal, filled a largo space in tho public eye. Nor only has Mr. M'Cormack carried off tho. great gold medal for - a reaping machine; and thus beaten all our ; farmers, and agricultural machinists, j— not only hns Commo-' doro Steven's wreathed his brow and bannered his schooner-yacht with the greenest laurel, by beat ing out of timo and distance our best vnchts and ablest seamen ; not only has Mr. Ho'bbs picked the loeks oftho unrivalled1 Chubb and the incom parable Bramnh j— bitr. American enterprise has - cmoiistrated the practicability of the route across tha Isthmus between tho oceans, by travelling from California to. New York across L;iko Nica ragua- and down its river, and have actually accomplished thnt which England has so long talked about, again beating us in n tender point. But all this perfect success hns had its balanco in disappointment and disgrace. .T...

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TRANSIT ROUTE FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

TRANSIT ROUTE FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC. .Tho American journals contain much interest ing information, concerning the now routo from the Atlantic to tho Pacific, by the way of Lake Nicaragua.. The route consists of water, except twelVo miles,' which is so lovel'that a horse can trot it in an hour. It is proposed to erect either a plank road, or railroad— probably the former at first, ns tho distance is so short. ' Within thirty months,' says the writer of the City Article in the Times, 'oftho time when tho question of Nicaragua first became gonorally discussed, the American company havo entered into and secured a contract with that State, have gained the ad vantago of a protective treaty between Great Britain nnd the United States, have established a line of the fastest steamers both on the Atlantic Pacific, have completed a survey which shows that tho difficulties which for 300 years have frurhtcned the world from n.t.ti-mnt.mrr u innnt^n of tho oceans were absolutely fabulo...

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COLONIAL NEWS. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. M0RKTON.BAY. '? The Condemned Convicts.— The idoath war rant for tho execution of Angee, the Chinaman, convicted of murder at the last Brisbane' Assizes. has been brought down by the Under Sheriff, who arrived by the Eagle. . The executioner ar rived by the same conveyance. Tho sentence of the. law will bo carried into effect 'on the culprit on Tuesday morning, the Cth of January. The other condemned convict ' make-i'-light,' the otber nboriginal native, also convicted of murder, is respited for the present, pending some enqui ries concerning the identity of the convict, of which the learned judge who tried tho caso seems to have entertained a doubt; but it is under stood that no hopes of mercy are tobe-Jield out to the prisoner in.t!fo event-of that doubt1 beiii'- decided against him.— Mureton Bay Courier. ° A Rather Indirect Rumour.— It isknown to have been 'reported that a ship of prisoners was about to sail for Moreton Bay. So fur as our in quiries have been able ...

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Government Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 January 1852

CBobernmcnt (ffia?tttc. PROCLAMATION. - By Hii Excellency Sir Charles Augustus M Roy, Knight Companion of the P.ovnl iljjjj verinn'duelphic Order, Governor-'Gcnerffl all Her Majestyjs Australian Possessions, M Captain-General and Govornor-in-Chief ofljS Territory of New South Wales and its DeM dencies, &c, &c. 'Eh Inpusuanco oftho authority in mo vcstclUt a certain Act of the Imperial Parliamcniffil el Great Britain and Trcland. passed in .the 5th fl§ 1 6th year of Her Majesty's .reign, intituled, 'Mini Act for regulating the snle .of Waste LnndHtli longing to the Crown in the Australian ColoniMbi I do hereby notify and proclaim, that nt clcfiLi o clock of Wednesday, tho ...14th day of JancBt i next, the following Town, Suburban, andCoiinHesi lots of Land, will bo offered for sale by puiBi. auction, at the several places hereunder mflsh tioned, nnd at the upset price -affixed to encliHm respectively, on the terms and conditions At under tho provisions of tho above re...

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

?JHSmCf INTIUM(rhNUli. CARG0AR. The sports provided for tho.amusoment of the townspeople on boxing day in the paddocks of tho Minor's Arms, and- reported in this journal, wero resumed on Now Year's Day, anSl were well attended. There wore several well' contested races, and thp amusements of tha day would have passed olF without leaving any cause for regret but for a serious accident which occurred in tho last race, hy which a young lad namejl Murray, a stepson of Mr. Robinson of this town, unfortu nately lost his life, lie woe riding a horse be longing to Mr. J. H. Kirkpatrick, named Meteor, and shortly, after starting the horse fell, throwing ; the lad with much force to the ground.' Mr. Ar nold and Mr. Kirkpntrick, who were following the horses, wero tho first to perceive the accident, and arriving at tho spot found Murray insensible, much bruised about tho face nnd head', and bleed ing considerably. He was conveyed to tho Minor's Arms on a sofa, and every thing thnt could be done...

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

THE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold and other metals in any quantity Watchmaker and Jeweller,       Howick-street,   Bathurst.   N.B.— Specimens and Coins wanted. GOLD ! GOLD ! 1 THE highest price given on the'Turon, IIARBOTTLE'S Stores: .GOLD! GOLD ! SYER, BROTHERS ILL Rive the highestcash price for good clear samples. ; ffliRiist 4th, 1851. If, undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HGOLD. 9 JOST.AH PARKER, 9 Chemist foDruprfiisti m WilHarri-ptreet, m , Bathurst. 8W 23rrl. 1RS1; ? _ 1e inuVrnie-ned isnCASn PURCHASERpf HGOLD DUST at the highest mnrkpt rates. 9 ' Circular Quay. SlnVy, 20th Aiigt.,18.r-1. , ? ^ He undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of ? GOLD, both at Orange and nt Ophir. ? JOHN PEISLEY, ? Coach & Horses Inn ? _ Oranpe. V ' GOLD ! GOLD ! J GOLD ! 1 ! I C. P. DUNSFORD In CASH. PURCHASER of BATHURST* WOLD in any quantities. William-street. ' , ., ? A large lump as a specimen wnnwii.  ...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

CALIFORNIA. ? ' ,nM (Abridged from the S. M. Herald.) 'iHiilst wo aro upon tho subject of American Jatisly, wo cannot refrain' from citing tho fol HKfc(? liidicroun instance, which- we take from ESPta, November 20 :— ' A large qnnutitVj.of gold dust, valued at two millions and a quarter' of dollars, arrived at Chagies on the 29th Oc tober, on board the Cherokee, in etiargi of Mr. Folin. In conseqaeace of a ssrious outbrea!: among tho negroes, whoso enminity to the Americans is of the most deadly character, there was great difficulty in landing tiie gold dust, and tho U. S. mails, in tho strong vaults built for tho keeping of treasure.- As tho last box was re moved, the negroes fell upon the boat, and in a very few minutes cut it to pieces ! In the mean time, tho purser of tho steam-ship Chsrokec to gether with some two or three other persons, en gaged .in the receipt of the treasure, had to ba locked up in tho strong-room for security, where they remained, as wo understood Mr. Folli...

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CHANGE IN THE SOCIAL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

CHANGE ) N THE SOCIAL LINE. ? ' (From the Geelong Advertiser, Deceinber 19.)' : Successful Digger— Hollo, Jack! whore arc you off to now ? ? : ? .-.-.?. .? Very successful Digger— Just . going to take a ?morning's ride round tho suburbs ; that, .cham pagne has given mo a head ache this morning, nnd my medical adviser recommendsgentle.ex ?ercise on horseback. Come with, me, Tom ; ;my_ .; ' other mare is over at the stables., How^is tho ' : stuff going this morning ? ? ? ?? . Successful— Only £2 16s. 1 shall hold.: ,-:, Very Successful— Wo have cleaned '6m put o' ths ready- ; eh, Tom. What say yoii'to a ?' sar dine ''and a glass of sparkling Sillery ?' ' ': ? ?? Successful— If yonVe no objection,' I prefer a : ham sandwich and a gloss of tawney port j I'm more used to it. . . . ,' .. .,', TOTAL CHANGr. ? ? . ? ':'?. -\ Excitod Digger — I say, o!d bay, do you want a hutkeopor ? . ?.-.?;?: Squatter (musingly)— Do you want to engage? :; ? Excited Digger — Not' exactly j but if yon could'...

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COAL IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

: ' -: :. : COAL IN CALIFO^NtA. (From the Geelong Intelligencer'.) '? Jt' seems' that coal is fonnd in California, as . « will? as' gold: .The following communication is explicit ; and, if coal as well as gold is found, whv1 not' similar formations* and results in Aus , tralia:? The writer 'from California says :— ' ??We have hail the pleasuro ofcxaniininK a specimen' of coal from the newly-discovered mine ? near Benicia, and it was discovered by chanced A creek flows through ? the coal bearing region, trod ths coal crops out in the bed of the' creek. - ' 'The -stratum makes an angle' of '-about 39 rtogrecj, nnd it is found under a bed of sandstone . SO So 90 feet thick. 'Tha creek alluded to runs into Stisanbay, and ?will be found a sine qua non as a means of trans portation when the mine' becomes . extensively worked, as small boat3 can, if we are rightly in formed, run up to the locality of the coal-bed. 'The conl which wo have seen crumbles easily under pressure of1 the fingers,...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. RAILWAY ENTERPRISE ON THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

]]RimHEXTiiACT^:;;: EAILWAY ENTEUPRISB ON THE . CONTINENT. '??-?' (From -, Ac Weekly News. Tho, French. Government, by a law of- the National Assembly, passed ih'May last, has con cededa' line of railway,- called the 'Western Railway, of If.rauce,' to' Messrs. S: M.Tcto. M.: I':, C: Geach,: M. P., T. Brasscy; E. L.Botts, C. Fox, J. Henderson; and C. S. Stokes,- and tho project is now' under' the attention of British' cap italists by these gchtlemarii by wh.om £200,000 has already booh uaid over'to the French -' Go vernment. ' Thoiiricnlrcady extends: from Paris; . through Versailles, Chartvcs, and LaLoiippe'to' Lo Mans,. a distance of 135 milbs, and has been1 worked as far as Versailles for years, and from. thence'toChartres' has' been; completed, by^'the ; French Government, and worked for tho last year and a half at an average passenger traffic of £1,500 per mile per annum, and goods traffic at £500 per mile par annum. ' Tho remainder of the line has to be constructed on these ter...

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RAILWAY ANARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

RAILWAY ANAltCHV. - (From the Spectator, August 80.) ?- Between two' and three hundred millions ster ling has been : oxpended on 'tho construction of railways in this country ; the total extent of lines is 6,464 miles ; the average distnrico run per day is 110,000 miles—' nearly four' and a half times the cirenmforeneo of the globe.' Tho annual re venue is about ton or eleven millions sterling— about OM-fifth of that' collected '-By. tiio State to pay, for '^tlio' administration and defence of this empire and thachnrgd of tho largest, pnblic debt that over existed. What a vast property, what an immense i trading '.' interest ;' Tot this interest, how little capable of/raana ;gin£ itself :! You would suppose :t;hai; the'eom morcial type cum'o to its perfection in the railway body ; yet we find that it cannot keep from con test, from recklcsb' mismanagement,, from waste of funds. We saw lately what Mr.' Glyn snidof tho ruinous and 'mortal competition going on be tween the North-wester...

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ADVANTAGES OF THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

ADVANTAGES OF THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD FEVER, (?From Punch, 'September 13.) Good friends, let us all shake hands ; but that is not enough. Lot us all embrace as our fo reign friends do, and make a Great Exhibition of ourselves, by rushing into each other's arms. Ring your bolls, good people, send up your rock ets, let off your crnckcrs and you;* cannon, blow your trumpets, bnat your drums, hurl your hats aloft, and huumy with nll-your hearts and with all your -lungs. Wo have, got a California of our own. . There is a colonial El Donido near Bathurst in New South Wnlps. The Tin:o3 says that' tho Sydney Morning Herald says that the Bulhurst Free Press says that a Mr. Hurgravcs has discovered the fact that ' the country, from the Mnuntiiiu ?Ranges to nn indefinite extent in the' interior,' is one immense gold field.' Literally, no end of gold in a British dependency ! The most pre cious of minerals — ;l-ritaiiiiia-metnl I Happy mother country ! Happy, happiest of colonies I Australia Felix—...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

; L()CAL;i^lU!J(iSNOKr _'''' SnDDF.N Dr;\Tii.— An enquiry was heM before the worshipful the Police Magistrate on Monday last, touching the death of one Edward Stone, a young man, lato in tho service of Mr. .Short, as reiiper, Sec. According to rbe evidence the do censed apjienred to bo in perfect bealtli when lie retired to rest on Sunday cvenina; at Mr. Domingo Grcssier's but complained of a pain ill liis' chest in tho middle of the night, which caused 'him' to expectorate blood. About sunrise one of tlio'mon ' who was staying about the place discover'e:l him .lying, with his bend projecting over tho foot.of (tho , ;bod, nnd 'u\r.n a closer inspection, fonri'd that ho was quite ileud, life having been extinct for some time. Stono was a fine young iniin, in'the vorjr priino of life, awl bad been attracted to this sidu iof-tho couiitryfrom Queanbsyan by tho gold dis covery. ', ' ' . BXTHDitSTr Lf.tter CAjiniEn.^-Tlib town of Bnthurst, it appears, is still too poor to support a letter...

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