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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

; -';'. , NOTICE. *To Travellers and Visitors to the OPHIR DIGGINGS. m E,. WOODMAN HAVING orccteil a commodious building at the Junction at ; . OPHIR, near MEYERS* STORES, begs to inform Travel lers and Visitors to the -that he is prepared to afford them every reasonable ACCOMMODATION during (heir stay at the auriferous region. - J. i ' Kefreslraients «. AT ALL HOUUS, and every attention paid to' persons who may favour the proprietor with a ?visit. ' - . ? N.B.— The Daily Journals taken in , and every ?attention afforded to intending- Diggers. Good .'News for the: Diggers. \' MR. AUSTIN' BEGS to inform the Gold Diggers of OPHIR and the TURON, that ho has opened STORES at lSblh places, and intends PURCHASING -GOLD with just weights.in any quantities. Medical. THE undersigned begs to inform his former friends, and, the inhabitants of Bathurst and - 'Carcoar districts, that he has arrived from Syd ney withli large- supply of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, . fcc/at^lie OPHIR GOLD MINES, and intends ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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Colonial news. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

(ffolorifril . Beta*. ?Stocks o-f Wheat and FiooR.-Onthe |SS March we published an estimate hich was generally considered pretty Kt) of th/rtock' of bread stuffs in the ovince. By that estimate, it appeared at at the beginning of this year there was £ n in the province equal to 1400 tons of ur of surplus beyond the consumption! ring 1851 of an average population of 70 000 persons, but of that surplus no less han 900 had already been exported. On ining the 'Government Gazette we Siat since ISthMarch wheat and flour Lnualtono less than 822 tons flour have n exported, and we hear that 300 tons I ? _- uL« i,»»n hmicrhtfor exportation. If our estimate is correct, supposing no more s exported, we shall have to import about eooLsof flour before the next harvest Lives, to supply the home demand. No wonde flour is up to £25 per ton. :It is Sy a Pity lhat the h0l(IerS dl\not1 hf d ^war^ing, and ;:*«: not °»'****£ little sooner. It is not a very profitable iame to sell at £10, £13, £20, or £25...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

? (SnQlBD^te' ' Probable Defeat of the Ministers on .the' Papal* Aggression Bill. — We ? can state with confidence that an understanding is now in the- course of being come to, be tween the. Conservatives and the Roman Catholic ' members, in terms of which the parties to the combination feel assured that they will'.be able to throw out the Papal Aggression Bill. The Conservatives are to oppose the measure, on the ground that it does not go far' enough ; while the Roman Catholic members are to resist it, on the ground that Lord, John Russell ought not have brought forward any such measure at all. This strange confederacy will be rein forced by a goodly number of the indepen dent liberals. Mr. Roebuck and Mr. Hume, ^vyith severa] other members of similar po litical opinions, will vote against the mea sure. The precise course which Mr. Cob den, Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. Bright, and some others will adopt is not known, but it is some others will adopt is not known, but it is certain they w...

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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. ' Cfrom the Times, March i.) Lord .John Russell has been again, sent for byher : Majesty. The Noble Lord had an interview with the Sovereign yesterday afternoon'/ / ' ':\;'''v;':;;! -; '??-?-?'[ I ',.. -. t. On Saturday at half-past two o'clock the Duke of Wellington arrived at Buckingham Palace, in obedience to die command of the Sovereigu. His Grace , cam e^ifrom Strath. field9aye, where he had . entertained, the Judges and the Bar of the' Western Ciicuit on the previdua evening. The Noble Duke had a lengthened coufereace with . the Queen. ... .. ... ^ . At fivj o'cloolc^n Saturday the Queen summoned the Marquis of Larisdowne' to the Palace. The Noble'Marquis was not at home when the Royal summons arrived' at Lansdowne-house, but ira mediately ^ upon his return his Lordship proceeded td the Palace.-- ^-f^f'-; .]'? ? -? '?': :'' '-'; '-;i' (jFrom the Times, March 5.) In the House of Lords last night. , , : Lord Monteagle presented a petition from the inhabit...

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THE JAPANESE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

THE JAPANESE. (From the Daily True Standard, March 25 ) A more singular race than the Japanese ib not to be found on the surface of the globe. As a people, intelligent and culti vated in a high degree they yet submit to a despotism more complete than any other known. Ingenious and 'skilful as the most advanced nations, yet from all we know they are very deficient' in 'invention, adher ing with remarkable, and what may be'called obstinate pertinacity, to the- forms and models which have existed among them for centuries. Shrewd, inquisitive, and pene trating, and remarkably fond of novelty, still they maintain a. most- rigorous non intercourse with nations whose people, manners, habits, customs, inventions, riches, commerce, and possessions, as reported nmongat them by the few who have ever left their shores, must have excited their curiosity to the highest point. Remarkable for the .spirit of commerce which their peo ple possess, they confine their adventures alraoBt; exclusively to ...

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To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

Tb the Editor of the ' Bathurst Free Press nnd Minina Journal.' Sir,— In my last communication 1 en deavoured to convey some general ideas of gold procuring as illustrative of the | subject discussed— the geological formation indBystem pursued at a^uu. *=—..« my present paper continue the subject of Bold a:s ?connected with: the Turon country, dpon' which much ha9 already- been written conveying the idea of immense richness. : There is. no. doubt that thisjpprtipn of coun try in almost every direction contains gold, but only in-. parts, can it be said to be found in such abundance aa to remunerate under the present defective system the seeker. Commencing from a portion of the river Turon called the Gulf, scarcely any schis tose rocks are met with for nothing but im mense incongruous masses of conglomera tion rearing their' misshapened heads many feet in height, and nearly perpendicular, meets -th'e eye of the traveller. Continuing I from this towards Mr. Arthur's sheep sta tion, we ...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

-.-. m0® :i$A ? Emigration from .LivERi-ooi,.--During the Year 1850 the emigration from ?Liver- POofwL greater than it had lever beervdur- C any Ireceding year, Between the Is of January and the 31st of December of Jhatvear/not less than 174,187 parsons mbXd at Liverpool for foreign countries of whom 154,739 were steerage ,, and the remainder cabin passengers. The stee age passengers were all' emigrants, in the strict sense of the term, and so were the great maiority of the cabin passengers The number of emigrants during the last year ' even exceeded that of the year of famine, in 1847 the cross number of emigrants from iJv rpool was 134524; in 1848.it ari3l.l2Pl;i, 1849 153,902 -.and in ,ox0 174,187. Of the emigrants who Sfi from Liverpool during the year 1850 not less than 166,109 proceeded to the UnHed,State8 of America, 4,831 to Canada . i 04- o Australia. 599 to the Cape, 198 to New Brunswick. 37 to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. 97 to. Newfoundland, and 39 to Prince Edward's Isl...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

Hocatlntdlfgence.: The Weather.— The latter part of last week was marked by very severe frosts, and cold brtmg winds during the day. On Saturday and Sunday niirhta there was a 'little Tata,: but not more^than sufficient to moisten the surface of-, the eartti. There is at present every likelihood of a falf-ot suow, the clouds appearing charged with wintry weather. From all quarters we receive cheering accounts of the appearance of the early ^.ipps,. vhich are reported to look as well as in any .seasuu u 'vsp^sTfeiU* i» **«* «(»»?'; o commence proceedings forthwHh' against the M Wners of pigs found roaming at large vthrajgrh .h the streets of the town: -There are already ./four L wsesontlielistfor Eiiday^ext. ?,? _ .-jrVj'f-v .., Gold and TuRNtPS--Some ten or dozen days ago, a return band of disappointed gold-diggers,' ' composed partly of Goulburn publicans, eyffled-at-. -., Mr Pye'sfarm on their return - ibemewards»; and' , with his usual ':hospitali y, he .suftered them^to, .. make...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

BIRTH, On Sunday, the 29th June, at her residence, George-street, Bathurst, Mrs. Hamilton F. Stephen of a daughter.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

.' : '??? .' '' '.'??. E'lour v. Gold. ?:'.' ? ??- ?? TO bo sold by public auction, at the Royal Hotel, at Carcoar, on WEDNESDAY , the 9th- July, 1.851, at 12 o'clock precisely, ten (10) Tons of good SECONDS FLOUR, ground from' new country wheats, in lots to suit purchasers. Tho Auctioneer begs to remind those parties who are in want of Flour, that this wiil be^n most favourable opportunity for laying in a Stock prior to the shearing season, as the same wul be sold, 'Without any reserve. Teems: ' . Purchasers under £20 cash. From £20 to £50 an. approved Bill at 3 months ; ahove thai amount, a like Bill at \ months. ^ ^^^ ? ? Auctioneer. Wanted, A RESPECTABLE young- man. as ENGROSS ING CLERK in my office. ? SAM. -BENNY SERJEANT, Solicitor, Bathurst. To Gold ESis'g-ers jmd «3i9 Public. r alSon of EXTRAVAG ANT PROPl TS . on Goods sent to BATHURST. now *&**.*? Jf'' of their CASH ' PRICES, and being, th^r-ow* IMPORTERS, and buying for cash mthe,Hom Market, flatter themselves no h...

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THE BATHURST FREE AND MINING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

THE^ATHflRST PB1E PRESS ASiD MIM5S arOUBKAX. ?WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1351. *=«ACSA EST TBB1TAS 3ST FKffiVAtBBIT.' OURSELVES. Arrangements are now in progress which TdU be completed in a few days for issuing the 'Batharst 'Free Press and Mining Jour nal' three times a week. In order to do ??Hub the more effectively the services ox a . gentlest of great experience and ability, -who has teen connected with the colonial .press for a long series of y«™. have been .retailed Considerable additional outlay will &l«o be Deceseary in the mechanical departed. To roeet these extra charges r-non the establishment, a slight advance Zon the present subscription is indispen _j.i« w -*.* Proprietor trusts rather to the prospects of an increased circulation tnan to any augmentation of the terras In the, -waller of Vtronage the public have thus fcr deaUHfeerally with the '^ree Press but - la common nith the rest of his tribe on lolfe sides of lie Atlantic, and here in the IP&ciSc hssas ser...

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To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

To the Editor of the 'Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.' Sir, ? Having just returned from Ophir, where I have spent the last month.I take the.earliest oppor tunity of writing for the perusal of your numerous readers, who may be desirous of obtaining correct information of the state of affairs in that neigh bourhood, the following statements. Previous to Tuesday, the 10th ultimo, the weather wa3 extremely fair and favorable for the miners, who were able to follow their employments in all parts of the Creek without fear of interruption froTi water j but on that day there was a considerahla fall of rain at Ophir, and in the surrounding country, and on Wednesday morning the running stream B had risen some two or three feet, and a considerable m number of tho miners (who had been engaged ? working- in the, bed of .the Creek) found that the water had filled up their diggings, so that unless thev were inclined to work up to the middle in water or. mud, it was impossible for them to c...

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OPHIR.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

OPHIR. ...^ The mining operations at, this place are anything but brisk— a circumstance ac counted for by the inclemency of thewea-j then The frosts. night and morning have ieen very severe. Great numbers have; al ready, left for the Turon and many more are preparing to leave. Some of the parties who hava steadily prosecuted their labours have been well remunerated. There have been four good-sized lumps /picked ,up with-; ?l in the last three days. ? ? ; From someconversatipn: I have^had ;withj two experienced men who have, been tcrthe. Turon and returned, I learnt that the gold; in that quarter is of averyidiffetent --&*«*? j ter from ours^being fine and more' generally dispersed through the soil.';but it is not found in such quantities as at Ophir. In fact the general impression appears totb- | that Ophir will still remain head quarters, after the wintry weather has subsided. ; On Tuesday next the collection of jibe license fees for the month of July comr mences, when it i...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

IRELAND. ? Tub Lord-Lieutbnant's Lbvbb.— Lord. Clarendon. -on. Wednesday, held his second Levee for the season, and, very probably, the last of his Vice- Royalty. Indeed thia I seemed to be the general impression imongst those who paid their respects 10 nig Excellency- on this occasion ; and there was a rumour at the Levee that the Mar auis of Exeter is to be the new Lord Lieu tenant. The attendance was much less than usual, partly in consequence of the circuit, now in progress throughout the country. It was remarkable that none of the Roman Catholic Bishops or Clergy were | in attendance. It is stated that arrange ments have been in progresB for some days past for the departure of the LordLieuten int and his Fxcellency's family tor ^ng- t land.' '??:? ??'?????. ' ' - ? ,-':?-?'???& Lord John Russell was burned in ...effigy-ip sn Sunday. .night-last in this, town by- the people' on account1 of his -Anti- papal, ,_Agt-- ?: »fes3i6'nBilvr'The prbcession-w.as vprece'. ; ded by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

TO ADVERTISERS. Th£ cost of Advertisements must t-e paid previous to their in sertion. Advertisements will be received until four o'clock in the evenings of Tuesday and Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Monday and Thursday. A liberal allowance will be made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. ^ NOTHING L3£E CrOLB. ??:? ? OF THE ? BEE HIVE STOKE, ? . ? \ ; ;-? cak-coar, BEGS to acquaint his ; Bathurst .and Carcoar . friends, anfl the Diggers of Ophir, that he has opened a STORE at the , ' LANI) OF OPHIR, where commodities of every description suitable for the place may be had on the most reasonable tertas. In selecting the GOODS for the occasion, every care has bceji taken to provide such princi pally as are suitable for the season of the year and the occasion. - The following are a few of the Ar ticles comprised in his STOCK, namely : ? Flour ? . Tea ' - . ' , Sugar Shovels ., - ( Spades ' ' - . . , . ? -Blankets ' Woollen Shirts Cheese B...

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O'CONNELLL PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 2 July 1851

O'CONNELL PLAINS. Our own neighbourhood appears des- tined to share the golden glories of the times. The precious metal has been dis- covered within an hour's walk of O'Con- nell. Mr. S. Hebblewhite, merchant, of   Sydney, now on a visit to his father-in-   law, the Rev. Wm. Walker, spent Satur- day, the 28th June, in prospecting, and suceeded in finding gold, of which I for- ward you a sample. The locality has been named Havilah by the latter gentleman.   It is surrounded by high slaty mountains, which are almost impassable. The soil in   which the gold was found is a sort of yel- low loam, in which decomposed slate and quartz are intermixed. Mr. Rowland Wal- ker, who accompanied Mr. Hebblewhite, picked up a small "nuggett," which   weighs a scruple.

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OPHIR DIGGINGS. July 2nd, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 July 1851

.n;*0PHlR ^DlGGrlNGS;- - rJuly iod, 185L ; The diggings certainly, do not present that lively appearartce at the present time which they' were wont to dp some two or three_weeks btick.; : ^Testerday^a'rid , to day the excavators were widely scattered, and raanv of the miners 'Were-evidenily dodging the Commissioner, inasmuch as when he appeared at a distance, several cradles were to be?seen without owners. This circum stance, together with the diminution in numbers of diggers, ia of course, to be ac counted for by what is generally cdnsid erccl'tb be the ''government, impost of -30si per month for each i. .man.; and certainly if I might be. permitted to ,,'? offer 'any opinion; I Bnould say that the fiqyernine.nt would rha,ye .realised thrice , th e . amou nt ojf re ven ue ?vyhich they , 'now. q*o, and the gold-see k'ers would have been more satisfied, had a more lenient tax been levied.; however, that is only ';an opinion. Numbers have left for the Turon, and fresh. arrivals from G...

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HAVILAH DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 July 1851

HAVILA H DIGGINGS. In our last we inserted a communication from our O'Connell Correspondent, stating that gold, had been found .by Mr. Hebble white, of Sydney, within an hour's walk of thetownship of Q'Connell. Yesterday; Mr. ii. called at our office' with an ounce of the cold of Havilub, which corresjpohds in, ap pearance '-toi'tljat of the Turon, being fine, and ot a bright pur.e colour.. A fe,w uf the following particulars were kindly futhUhed by himY'.':/Y-;.1. ' ;!i .?;?',';, '. ' -p ',?':?? i.^:' ' ? ?' ... The Hayilah t diggings : ;c6mrnen'ce on the Rev. Mr. Walker's pre-emptive land^wliieh streches backwards frd:n Ral pU^a ; Pluins towards Campbell's River. They extend along Stone y. Creek,, about which slate und jquar.'Z -sre found , in abundftnee. , S.oney Creek empties itself; into Campbell's River, tibout 17 tu 18 miles from Bathurst, 'and uffvirda a pretty cynatai.t supply of water. When Mr. Hebblewhiteleft on Wednes. day there were about 50 people at 'work with a fair ...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 July 1851

WELLINGTON. Most of the parties who leftahi* town have returned satisfied with the result of their trip to the diggings. They originally in tended to remain a month by way of ex« periment, being mostly married men with families, and that period expired about yes terday. Mr. White and Mr. Hey wood, innkeepers, and Mr. Wood, storekeeper with their respective -parties,, and.;,many -others have relumed. It is the intention of our neighbours to proceed to Mitchell's Creek about seven miles from the town in pre ference to Summer Hill. Mr. Stewart of Sydney and party, amongst whom i3tbe gold finder M'Grreggor, have been successful in finding some beautiful specimens of gold, some of which Mr. Stewart, was good enough to forward to Dr. Curtis (the Com missioner of Crown Lands within the boun dary) for inspection. ? M*oy other parties near the creek have been also fortunate. As specimens Mr. Stewart's may vie with any yet discovered. The gold is pronounced by competent judges to be far super...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 July 1851

? d&naltsD Hefos. CFrom the Hobart Town Courier. J vine t^ueen has been pleased to approve of ! Mr. Meinhard ^Robinov? as Consul at ? Glasgow 'for the Free Hanseatic city of Lubeck. ' ; |^,iiw Knights. — Sir J. Meek, comp. froife'r of the victualling department of the army ; Sir J. W. Morrisson, Deputy Mas ter of the Mint ; Sir A. Bannerman, Lieu ?tenant- Governor of Prince Edward's Is 'lands. ? Approaching Marriage in High Life. ' — We understand the preliminaries are al ready arranged for a marriage between Vis count Goderich, eldest son of the Earl of Ripoii, and Miss Vyner, eldest daughter of Mr. and Lady Mary Vyner, and grand daughter of the Earl de Grey. The Papal Aggression! — We have been honoured by the Earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham with permission to publish the following address: — 'Fellow-country- men, brother- Protestants,— -The milkand water measme1 proposed by her Majesty's Prime Minister last night against the re cent act of Popish aggresslou is &...

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