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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. . 'f .* I .1. ?-..|'-. ? I q i a. ? ????§ II; . M. H. ?-?. M. H. K. Jan. 14rW. 5 . 4 7. 1322- .-4 15 Th. ,:5.- . 5 7 . 13 23 . . 4 16 F.' 5 . 6 7 . 13 24 . 4 :- '17iS. 5 ? 7 7 . 12 25 . 4 18jS. 5 ' S-V8.7 . 122G . 4 19.M. . 5 .. , 9 7 . 12 27 . 4 20,T. ' 5 ..'? -10 7 . 12 28 . 4

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

?' NOTICE tO CORRESPONDENTS. (h» ulviriwd price of cheese In the Pott Phillip district «D»y ba a matter of importance, not only to oar chwse-making Correspondent, hut to cheese makers generally', and It is also a matter of some conne quenco to consumers, of which extensive body the writer of this notico is one. But if ' A Constant Header 'had jast condescended to trust us with hl- name/ it would h&vo been kept lnTiolably secret, . and wo should hare beon disposed to eutcr more fully into the subject of his epWlo.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

. . Bonding in Manchester. — The notice of tha corporation of Manchester that they would no longer be answerable for the ex penses of the Custom house there, and the steps taken by the Lords of the Treasuary to remove the privilege, has alarmed the trade, and the parlies more directly in terested in the retention of the system of inland bonding have had meetings with a view to devising- measures to meet the difficulty. The}' have determined to con centrate the warehouse so as to lessen the expenses of collection, and to take other steps which shall lighten the costs to the borough of Manchester; With these al terations they expect to propitiate both the borough corporation and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and are about to pray the Lords of the Treasury to withdraw the notices discontinuing the privilege. ' ? '*

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. Springfield, Bathurst. 5th January, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

To the Editor 'of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. . . . - - - ? . - - Springfield, Bathurst. ???;?. :? -.'..-?:?... Sth January, 1852. Sir — As wo deem tho publication of tho en closed document of Mr. HargravcsV together with Mr. 'John Lister's subjoined remarks really ne cjs'sary iri-order' to' the' justification- of our con duct towards that gentleman; concerning the dis- ' co very of -the recent, gold fields, we '.'shall rbe obliged by;y-3urv=in!iertingt it' in the columns of your -valuable journal '?' '' '''?? ' '' ?'?'' . ''-??Wonrei Sir,' :??';' ''?'?ri ? : . ? :?;..?.'??;? ::.'? .-Your'6bediorlt servants,' ??;\;f '' ?'-?;: -': ?' '^ ''? WILLIAM TOM, Jb.' ? . ? '^??^V-:;';:';.-.JAMESTQM;:..,'Tr.vv ?????????':?'??'' ??'?' -?'?:.j.. 3; AVtlSTiJB. V '

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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 — 14 January 1852

ORIGINAL GOiUUvSMJJENGE. To tht Editor of the Batliurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. Sir, — By publishing tho following particulars, you will confer an obligation upon me individu ally, and at tho same time, be doing good service to the public. ? A short time ago I sent a letter to my wife at Nowtown, in which I enclosed two pound notes, and duly registered the letter at the Sofala post office. . Hearing shortly after that she was on the road up, I .wrote to th? postmaster, at Nowtown, requesting him to re-direct to mp, at tho Turon, all her letters. The money^ letter was accord ingly returned. Upon applying to the postmaster at Sofula for a registered letter for William Rich ardson, lie informed me that thcro was none, but that ho had a registered letter for one Sarah Richardson, which was handed to me. Judge my astonishment, therefore, when ? upon opening the loiter, tho yery same in which I hud forwarded tho money, I tlisco'vcrcd that the pound notes had found wings and fled, ...

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

Edited, printed, ond published by Wm.m« Faruand, (solo proprietor ), at thoBAinnsH FnisB Fkbss and Mining Journal Offiaj William-street. Bathurst, New. South WalB Wednesday! January 14, 1852. JM

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

. (At thePolice Office, JBatliursl.) M 1, Roxbnrgh,' 640r-Sik' hnndrcd and X acres, parisli uiinnmed, hearth's hcnd: of the » ron' river ; bounded ; on the 'west by tho seeffi section line cast' of ,D. M. .Irving's 795 ock! at Cdolamig'cl ;, on ' the north by tho cmt-flp extension of tho- north, boundary -line ofi^ji land j and' on the cast and- south by sccHS lines. 51-!-37. ; i ' M ? 2. Roxburgh,' 1240, One thousand' two \ffi& dred and forty acres, portion 1,. parish unnmJ^ near Bminbcm ; bounded on' tho south livftgr Macquario river'; on'tho'west by the first s«J^ lino cast of William Cummingrs .1034 acres ;Wsj tho north by the easterly .. extension ofther.JB boundary line of thnt land ; and on the cast t§|j section line. 51-933. . Wji 3. Roxburgh, 1210, Twelvehuridred and f:igf acres, portion 2, parish' of Bruinbcm, near E^| inborn; bounded on the enst by the fourth JM ,tion line cast of William Cumming's 10C4 ncr^ on the south by the first section line non-j|j3 George S...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

PRICES CURRENT. #M '; WOOL. g ^* '? inififi Superior clips .......... 1 4h to — KS5 Fair, to good ................. 1 2J to I &m Low to middling ........... 1 oi tn 1 ifD$| Grease ? 0 5j to o Icp Locks, ( piecea,^ broken^ ;, to s '» Handwashed aad scoured .. 11 to l £g^ iallow. ' pith Beef ....... V.'.1. \e28 0 .O.toi£28 10 W . Mutton ;.'.v. ?.???;?; 'iaa'-io'.'b to ^29 -io f-w Station tallow ..' ^24' 0 . 0 & -Hides, each, .'...1......'....... 5s. to 8s. Bf . , Sheepskinsi -^; lbl ; . , ? '. 3jd. to 5}i s^ ? . ? ?'? ';O.. ???'.ry'oow.,-- '... E Dust and nuggets^ tp«6z. 3/. Is. 6d. to 3i i|w -.-.-; -THOMASS. MOJl^ .Circular Quay,' Sydney, Jan. 2. ... ; . fcgg

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

Thursdat, Jakcart 8tb, 1852. mft IN, 8 bales, 14id. ;r P,-6, 14il. ; E, 7, \& PMRY, 17, 13^d. ; HM, 3 bales, skin, lfi same mark, 3, ISidi ; RJ/9, 14jd. ?, CliHi 13jdv; TA, 24,;15^d. ; ID, 14, llfl. ; IFI[fg| 15, 14jd. ; CT, 32, 13jd. ; NSL, 7 bales S 7*d. ; Z.7, 13id. i- 1, 7|d. ; ARF, 10, M C, 8, 13jd. ; 7 in diamond, 6, 14jd. ; 1 bae.ffl AJ, 1, 8d. } DA, 2 bales skm, 15*d. ; liifl bales skin, 15id. ; 2 pkts skin, 8jd. ; 1 Mm grey, 6id. ; JD, 1 ditto, broken, 5jd. ; wM bales broken and black wool, lojfd. ; TS, \JSM broken, 6d. ; LH, 2 ditto, 10'd. ; JS, 18, uM W & E over 0, 4, 12d. ; HG, 11, l4d. j pEi RY, 8, 15Ad.; LH, 36, 15jd. ; M'P, 23, \$m same mark, 1 bale clippings, 6jd. ; S, 7, \0M- TS, 12; 13jd. ; AI, 29, 13jd. ; 870 skinsjR^ 27 ditto, 5}d. ; 242 ditto, 4 Jd. ; R, 46 caskiK^? low, R. Russell. £28 6s. ; C, 9 ditto, £28 GsWi 1 cask tallow, R. Russell, £25 ; H, 1 ditto, H$* 6s. ; DQ in diamond, 1 ditto, £27 j W, 3 J§aS £25 ; Fleur do lis, 10 ditto, R. Bussell...

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Government Gazette. CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th December, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

ffiobermncnt CSajctte. CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED - DISTRICTS. (Leases bt Auction.) Colonial Secretary's Office, . Sydney, 6i7i December, 1851. .His, Excellency the Governor-General directs it to bo notiffori; for the information of all persons concerned^ that Leases' of the hereundcr «&j ci ibed portion? of land v\ li'ch have been npj|p for under the 28th section ofthe Regulations the 29th'March, 1848; will be put up to nujli at eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 21st di^p January next, at tho places respectively ifej tioncd, and upon the conditions set forth yip Regulations in- question. F'i ;] 2. Further information respecting the ls|^ can bo obtained from the Survoyor-liencrn], , *f j respecting the conditions, from the Colt: |;i Treasurer, Sydney, and at the Police Oflici ^ the Districts. |.^ 3. The upset price of each lot is 10s. peri $£ tion of 640 acres for tho year cominencim s% January 1852. ' ^ 4. The full price bid for each lot must lie; '0t down at tho timo of...

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SYDNEY NEWS. (From the Empire.) PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

SYDNEY. NEWS. . (From' the Empire.) jje' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Bus *?????? ? *% Freights to London— Wool, £d. to Jd. ^ ft, jra - '?- ? .''?'?'..?,, Hides, 15s. to 1/. p tojw! f : Tallow, 2/. to — p- tot(0 '?? ? Oil, 3/. to — ptun, iJra; : ' . .. Gold, J ^ cent. jari Exchange. on London— Bank drafts, 5 i »,W? discount. TjBg! Private bills, (with private bills, hypothecate ? ? .7 v cent, discount. W,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

iTto&TinmoK in Sydney.— The Empire of Si instant- has the following remarks upon a^Siistence of youthful destitution in Sydney :— rllftS believe that we are witliin tha mark, when u iPJnte that there are at this moment in Sydney Steffi than ono thousand children, of both ' nraS-and frequently of very tender years who ' ?°!fcPto a state of destitution, cither without ' itiMia or with parents by whom they have been 5t|1(l or deserted. In all our streets these VQ&dd little creatures continually meet our eye s' hi''ard, half starved objects'— ever re MUrSj,,,, ^ that even in this wealthy and pros feis Twd, there is more of wretchedness than Kerolly supposed. Apart from the pain with wVieh every humane person must contomplate misorV in *u its form3- ?and Particulftrly ^° 8. H of children such as these, the sad convic — S r forces itself upon our minds that, unless 1 !«m'e'wiso and beneficent act of legislation .mtcr l Sjanwng these helpless and- hapfess creatures 0 jK;-;%...

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

GOLD CIRCULAR. div I beg leave to hand you the results of thislt&l sale, and have the satisfaction of reporting i:4$ in the price of gold. The accounts from Vi:'WW tin report a considerable rise in price, and uitM ing off in production, which is also tho caiWf our _ own district, our diggings being crj.*) partially worked. I havo no doubt priceiMfil bo- firmer. The 'gold' of Australia, from j»|! accounts received, is of the highest character,?^ ceeding in richness any yet discovered. ' iMi Lot: Ij. 33.OZ. Araluen gold,' -F. Ebs- ? ... #0 '...'-, .Wortri,..£3'3s. Id.:.....1. :104 ;tf¥M! Lot ,2. 65OZ.18 dwts.,Tnron gold, ^B .?-„„. ;. Thacker&Co.,£3.3s. Id. .207 V0, Lot 3.230 oz. 11 dwts., Turori gold, Bp ,.?;;? .Lamb, Parbury: & Co., ' Pi . '? .'£3,3s. M. .?-.'... ? .727 iWi Lot 4. 210 oz. 14 dwts. 12 grs., Tu- fflf ? ?? ron gold;' -R. Campbell ??'? fiS . Sen., & Co., £3 3s. Id. .. 6G4 Mffli Lot 5. 129 oz.' 6 dwts.; Turon gold, PS| Fi 'Ebs\vorth, £3 3s....

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SETTLER'S WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

SETTLER'S WHOLESALE PRICE I CURRENT. m Wheat.— Nominal. m . F!our. — The mill prices are £12 to £Ui ton, bpt holders are asking higher rates. . |*j '-MMze. — Is worth 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8d. pfi bushel. ?'..'? I English Barley.— Sales very limited at 2s. -| to 2s. 6d. per bushel. . I Cape Do. — Dull in sale at from 2s.. to 2s. Si per bushel. '..'.??? I Hay is selling at from £3 5s. to £3 15s. [| ton, and dull in sale. ,. §| Butter.— Will sell at from 6d. to 8d. per lb. 1 Cheese. — In good demand at from Gd. to '«i per lb. .?????? !| Bacon and Hams. — Scarce and in demand J8 well cured. ?.,'.'.-? ? \ Eggs, — Continue scarce, r ??/ ' . ;* '' Fat Pigs.— Small sizes in good condition, an; very saleable . ... -, ? .'?'.?, -: .-.-. .j ' Calves.— -Nominal. ....... i Sheep. — Are very plentiful. .- ; j Bullocks.— A very good supply and no devia tion in prices. ..... Tallow. — In domand for shipment at from £2J to £29 per ton. ? 1 Hides. — Continuo very salaablo at from 5rfj 7s. each, according. ...

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

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Illustrated London Hews, Sept. 27th}. FBANCK. The persecution of tho press still continues, nn abated in Paris. The directors of the Avenemerit (tho lately established successor ofthe supprestcd . Evcnement) and the Presse were each condemned on 'Wednesday, to sufler six months' imprison ment, and to pay a fine of 1000 francs, for pub lishing articles reflecting upon the Government. The Suffrage C/niiwWof Montpcllier has been seized, and a prosecution is to follow, for the publication of an article expressing indignation at tho department of tho Ardecho having boon put in a state of siege. On this subject the Jour nal des Debuts, referring to the constantly recur ring verdict of 'guilty,' returned by juries .against journalists, offers this explanation :— ' ' ? ' When the journals (observes the Debats) have to do' with the jury they have to do with tho opi nion of tho country 'in its most accurate, most immediate, most constant, and most sensitive exp...

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WILFUL MURDER OF THREE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

WILFUL MURDER , OF THREE MEN. If facts-were wanting to prove the all absorbing influence of gold upon the minds of the people of these districts, we are in possession of a few of a most startling cha racter. A case of murder or perhaps .rather of manslaughter occurred at the Turori about' a fortnight ago, and no more is heard of it than if it1 was a daily occur rence. After a personal inquiry in the neighbourhood- where the tragic act* was perpetrated, -we were unable to 1 earn the name of either the murderer or his unfortu nate victim, and the listlessness with which our inquiries were answered, would, under any other circumstances be unaccountable. And at the present time we are unable to communicate little more than has already appeared— namely that jealousy.incited the husband, to a deed of blood— that he pur sued the paramour of his wife with a pick with which he split his headjopen — that he was found lying near a tent on the follow ing. morning in this horrible condition,- an...

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COLONIAL NEWS. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. MORETON BAY. ' Cotton Growing. — We have been furnished by Mr. Robert Douglass, of Dunlop, near Ipswich, ?with the following particulars concerning his ex periment in cotton growing last season. It may hfi remembered-that tho produce was ultimately i i pnrehased by Abraham Brierly, of Sydney, for I shipment to England. — One aero of ground was I ? prepxred by ploughing and harrowing in the I.' month -of September, and the cotton seed sown on I ' : the 1st of October. It did not como up till the I ?..?.: 21st of that month, when there had been a little I ': ; rain. The season was generally dry or warm, I but the drought, apparently, did not affect the I plants. They began to bloom in the middle of I - December, Tho picking commenced on the 20th I of February, and lasted four months, during I which time the plants continued blooming and I producing fresh pods, till at last cut off by tho I frost. The cost of labour in preparing the ground, I picking the cotton, &amp...

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

l-zzzzT ? SlIR Undersigned is fi Casli Purchaser of Gold I -and otto met ils in nnv -\ iantitv. . :- T G. BR0CK8TAYN. [ i J'f Watchmaker and Jeweller, \s-m Howick-s,treet, \M BathuYst. - Jsf ^Specimens and Coins wanted'. - ' - .if ? GOLD ? GOLD ! 1 . , , |H highest prico given on the-Turon^ - - ~Mm HARBOTTLE'S. ,-, fjw Stores. W& G0LD1 GOLD'! ' 7T Wt SYER, BROTHERS fllftLpivethehighestcasli price for good clear wllsamplcs. fi||ust4.h, 1851. pwgj ? ? ? ME undersigned is a CASH PURCHASERS rSIbOLD OUST at the Inchest ifmrket rates^ WM It? CAMPBELL, mm ~° Circular Quay. ^h-y,!0tli Aujtt., 1831. Wjm undorsigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HheOLD, both nt Orange nnd nt Ophir. ma john peisley, BB Coach & Horses Tnn ' Hi ? , Orange., H GOLD! GOLD!! GOLD!!! PH C. P; DUNSF.ORD,' , M CASH PURCHASER of BATIIDRST gBOLD in any quantities. fjHliam-street. , t \ ,''i |i| A large lump as a Rpecimcn wanted. H ™^- : ~ HOT; undersigned will give-tho HIGHEST lipRICE for GOLD. , ' , ?*' ' 'V '...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 14, 1852. SOFALA PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

THE BATHURST ERKE PRESS. , 'MAQKA KST TEBITAS 1ST PaJSVALEBIT.' WEDNESDAY,' JANUARY 14, 1852. . SOFALA PROVIDENT SOCIETY. A bbneyoienx movement; has been re cently eet a-foot by the Rev. H. A. Pal mer, minister of the Church of England, Sofala, the object of which is to establish an association under the title of the ' Sofala Provident Society' for mutual assistance in cases of accident or sickness, and' as we are instructed that nothing sectarian will be allowed to creep into its structure or management, we cordially recommend it to the favourable consideration of the Turon gold diggers. A large number of circulars have been struck off for distribution amongst the miners and as a perusal of their con tents will convey a tolerably correct idea of the constitution and objects of the so .oiety we make no apology in introducing Ac 'following copy of one of them to our I readers. 8OFALA PB0V1DENT SOCIETT. Christ Church, Sofala, ? ' ?? ?? January 1st, 1852. ..The numerous cases of accide...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. ANOTHER "EL DORADO." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. -. ANOTHER 'EL DORADO.' From the Illustrated London News, Sept. 6. -? .Tho worlds is startled by a new announcement. California, if somo recent intelligence which ap pears in tho daily papers, do not turn out to bo n-hoax, is no longer tho only 'El. Dorado.' Brother Jonothan has of late, to use a popular phrase, ' been taking the shino out of us.' Ho has beon coiner ahead in every direction. The disco vory of the gold of 'California was tho first great achievement by which of late years he as tonished the Old World and tho Now ; and to this feat ho has lately added Mr. Hobbs nnd his picklocks, and Commodore Stevens nnd his yncht. As regards looks; tho English makers seem to bo fiu'rly j)B«to)i' by ',- the' sciito, pntient, ftnd ekilful Yankee ; ' and, unkindest cut of nil,' on the superiority of our naval architecture, the late doings on the shores of the Isle of Wight show' that we havo much to laarn from our young and vigorous friends of America. But all in...

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