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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. REAPING BY MACHINERY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS MTRACl^. REAPING BY MACHINERY IS ENGLAND. TBe Gr«i Esiliiidoa, arnaag toe many other beoefns Sitcli- to easse to tbs indnstrial popu la^oa of tim British Idss, ha3 beca tho means of introducing reaping macaiaes to iho nodco of Eaglisa fanners. We haro had ths excellent machines inrgiitoil by Sir. Hidler, k- long in use in &;ejIj Aosnralb, thai it ~onld be needless to point oa; the afivastasra idiar are likdy to bi felt by Briliih a^iicaborists by their adoption. Reaping niatHur:es of tares cr four diifcrent de scripiioas have isea exaibiled ajjd tried. One, ths invcaitoa of Messrs. Kjchard Garratt and Sons, rft'2 TSTdl-ksoivn English makers of agricnl tnral impJemeats; appears w liave met with only partial sacoess, she amcaat of tvhich can hest be garbeffed fircai tie foMovring description supplied bv taernsdves to jjiji London limes : — ** We hsia bsea using lie reaping machine on I car own £aira erery day dnring tie past week, i sni hav« much pleasure in decl...

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OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

: QPHIR, Cvuou onn own correspondent.] - Having a few particulars of some interest to' communicate, 1 : seize tho first spuro moments I: have lately enjoyed to commit them to pnper. Arid in ono important matter as you will perceive the order of tho day is reversed. Instead of in forming your readers as you havo a hundred times done that a superabundance of water was an impediment to mining operations at Ophir, it will now be your duty to record its scarcity. In fact, tho creek has ceased running altogether, and him not been in so favourable a condition for working since Juno last. In somo parts it is completely dry and before another week has ex pired there will be a deficiency in many places. Several parties have of late been very success ful at Ophir. A considerable quantity of gold hui boon procured at Golden Point, a short dis tance below Nowtown. A party of two com menced operations yesterday week in the morn ing and by noon they had succeeded in procuring J2 ounces of gold. He...

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COLONIAL NEWS. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS.. MORETONBAY. ' ?/' SrKotrLAR Accident. — On Thursday lost many |bc of tho townspeople wjjro celebrating Now year'* Me day on the New Farm race-course, where several jJI horso races camo off, when an accident of a sin- jPe gular nature occurred. One of the riders, a man jab whogp name wo did not ascertain, but/ukcuiwl th recently gomo down from Messrs. iKiu Kiniikn Ramsay's station, started in a racejection liiiiHin horso bolted and threw him. He i IBgc had. golloppod furiously towards V' '41^ stand, whero tho horso swerved si* wttTtTIe'^ again with great violence threw his ff^J ILLIi1|J head apparently struck against one -JPe ^^^ST'Wi: the stand. Ho wa» for a short t«f ^f ^ffi but subse(juentlj- recovered, aud r J»)uth Walt||i jT, -l,- iger- The cause of his escape from a I'-a-'a sk.iili wua this: Mr. Douse, the aac l,'.i- w:'- staiiding bjside tha Judge's stand, «?;„?»? at riw rites, ana having his hand on one Ifi-.T,.-.;. When the horse threw his rider, 1 njwse hart...

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Springfield, Bathurst, 22nd Decr. 1851. To His Excellency Sir C. A. Fitzroy. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

Springfield, Bathurst, 22nd Decr. 1851..   To His Excellency Sir C. A. Fitzroy. May it please your Excellency, — I some short timo ago acquainted your Excellency, through the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, with an out- line of facts relative to the late gold discovery. I now beg permission to advert to a few particu- lars which (I think) will satisfy your Excellency that my brother James, Mr. John Lister, and myself were the prospecting colleagues of Mr. Hargraves — that we were not simply but essentially instru mental in the discovery of gold in this colony, and also— that we are not altogether unwarranted in requesting some remuneration from the Go vernment for the expense we of necessity incurred, in developing one of the richest pecuniary resources of the colony.   Shortly after Mr. Hargraves' arrival at Guyong ho was joined by Mr. J. Lister and my brother James (owing to their acquaintance with the bush, of which he was ignorant), with a distinct un...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1852. THE CUBAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

THE BATHURST TREE JPMSS. 'MAGNA.E8TVERITAS BT PRJEVALEBIT.' ? .-?:?-. - ? ??-.*? '? -- ? ? ? SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1852. THE CUBAN EXPEDITION. The current of events on the other side ojMhe Great' Pacific Ocean has of -late tended hut little to the honour and glory of the. American nation, and we certainly have little sympathy in common with those of the colonial or British press, ?who can talk of nothing but the greatness and gran deur of the model republic. To be pros perous is one thing — to be just is another; nnd dishonesty or rascality loses nothing of its nature because it ha3 been perpetrated npon n magnificent scale. America, with hundreds of millions of unoccupied acres, ' is now jjb greedy nfter territory, as if her lKipulatioh pressed upon her space, and Home of her recent aggressive freaks have jilaced her in the undignified and vulgar attitude of an arrogant and unprincipled' bully. How far this disposition may lead brother Jonathan it would not be easy to foresee, did ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   Severe Accident.-A person named Wal- lace, a labourer in the service of Messrs. Syer Brothers, met with a serious accident on Tuesday last in the following manner. Whilst at Mr.     Bayliss', Queen Charlotte's Vale, with a horse and cart, he took off the winkers to allow the horse to feed. Startled by the sight of the vehicle, he immediately bolted. The point of one of the shafts coming in contact with his cheek, tore away the cheek from the corner of the eye to the mouth, and injured the superior maxillary bone. In the violence of the fall, he also received two severe cuts on the back of the head, of above three inches each in length, and extending to the bone. Al- though suffering the severest agony, as may be readily supposed, the unfortunate man walked a     a distance of three miles into town, and is now progressing favourably under the medical super- intendence of Dr. M'Hattie. The Crops. — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

mE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold Sf and other metals in any quantity. ® G. BROCKSTAYN. h Watchmaker and Jewellor, P Howick-street, m ? ? Bathurst. ; Ij.B. —Specimens and Coins wanted, | GOLDJ GOLD! I ; llE highest price given on the Turon,- ' ::,'V. ? I * HARBOtrtE'S-': «????,?? I ---.:?. ?-?? SToafes. a gold! goldi :; ;r; i^ : I SYEB, BROTHERS— fc^r- friL'L give the highestcash- price for good clear M samples. ' / ':' ???' . fugnst 4th, 1851.' . ;'- , ,, %E undersigned isaCASHPURCHASERof W GOLD OUST ut the highest n»rket rates. I-jv - . . J%, CAM r Dii«lil-*t ? ? If ,? . . Circular Quay. irdn^y. 20th Augt.,-1851^; ?; ^ - '? ?- fcfundersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of W GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophlr. I JOHN PEISLEY, I Coach & Horses Inn . f Oranpre. I GOLD! GOLD !! GOLD 1 !!. 1 C. P. DUNSFORD . ., la CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST iGOLD in any quantities. . ? , ., Ipiiam-street. , ' m a large lump as a specimen wantou. ., - -^ ^ I ' GOLD.. . :---yK^t I IF. nndevsigned...

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VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. Forest Creek, December 31st, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 January 1852

VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER.   Forest Creek, December 31st, 1851.   Another unfortunate accident has occurred   since my last, from earth falling in. The poor fellow was four minutes buried, but owing to a large block of earth falling partly on his neck, and partly against the side of the hole, it is sup- posed sufficient air was left him until his neigh-   bous dug him out. He is much hurt, and will not be able to work for weeks, if at all. Another rich digging has been discovered   about one mile before the post office; 7, 8, or 9   lbs. weight have been obtained by different par- ties. On the old ground, one party of four have   been fortunate enough to get 28 lbs. in one day. The water is very bad; dysentery is very preva-   lent, and several children have died. The adults, though severely attacked, escape with life, though it makes a great change in their appearance., Thousands re still leaving, and a few arriving; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

??='' ' 7; IMPOUNDED. ? ? , At O'Cohnoll Plains,. December 26th, 1851 i Ono brown maro, both hind feet white, bran* i'WL on neck and shoulder near side.- . Ono. black .mare, branded MB. with B unJ near shoulder. ?..'.- ''?'., One bay horso, UK near shoulder, and 5 vfi No over off shoulder. . . Ono bay mare, star in. forehead, branded fl near shoulder, and DC conjoined under the stp 'dlo same side. ' ''m^ One black horse, star ia forehead, L neaVshosH der, and A offslioulder. ' ... ? Ono bay colt, oho year old, unbranded. -Be If the abovo aro not released, will be sold flee the 22nd January, 1852. . II ; ,„. . : . N. Lewis, Poundkoepor,B J lOJConnell Plains, Jan. 1st, 1852. ' ?E[ , ? 'i&t Hartloy, on the 4th day of January, 18il from Sir. James Field : — H One roan or iron groy horso, an indescribntftn brandliko-Lionthooffshoulder,whitoalIdo^vnlftc face and lower lip, hind foot white, sore badE. and saddle marks| docked tail, 14 hands 1 in4T high j damages 3s. Hi To bo sold t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

Er/HOPEAN 'Atfairs. — The papers cj;^p tinue. theological. .The Times, giving Jiy theology a.political cast, w.arns Dr. Cul!||||| to prepare for the consequences of 'isc^iii tenge to Ministers to prosecute him, andllpf to -enforce the Ecclesiastical Titles A,Mnl The Times, speaking apparently with ^ . ] potential, pledges the Ministry to enfy, J the law ; and if they redeem the pledge, \ \ \ may expect a very lively vacation in [t.r' land. Indeed, continued peace and ord- y , in that .country is not to be hoped fortU: the fever of polemics is a little abated. ,e« 'z England also, we are theological ; t he 1\ V& nt of this morning aims at the high flight j'a nd the Archbishop of Canterbury, andtai:psci his Grace roundly to task for having stv- yj ~~ in a letter to Mr. Gawthorn on the BH' of London's permission or refusal to ??'??j4= dained foreign preachers to occupy the p^nnE pits of his diocese, that he, the Archbi^tj, ai o[ Canterbury, ' liardly imagines that td-| : are tw...

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BROTHER JONATHAN [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

BROTHER JONATHAN Seems to be going fast a head in, the ?world's eye. :Not only has he picked BratnahV inscrutable lock and Bramah's pocket, and taken a high place among in ventors at the Exhibition of, all nations, in the; production of an Agricultural Machine called' the reaper' (likely to effect a re solution in farming,)— but he has beaten John Bull, where John the least likes to jfind a successful competitor, viz., on the *vaters. In a race round the Isle of- Wight, open to all nations, in his sailing craft' The Jtmerica; though starving last, Jonathan came in nearly .eight .inil.es ahead of- the second vessel; In other capabilities he is still more conspicuous. When about for ever to cut loose Cuba .from the crown of Spain, he is remonstrated with by the Cabi nets at St. James and the Tuilleries, and cooly shakes his fist in the face oi Europe ! Under these circumstances, we presume thut his libels on the importations from Sydne)', are too trivial for notice. But we must have a...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. THE LATE TRAGEDY AT SAN SEBASTIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. THE LATE TRAGEDY AT SAN SEBASTIAN. (From Bell's Messenger, Sept 1.) A private letter from a friend at San Se bastian gives the following additional par iticulars' relative to the assassination at a public ball 'in the theatre of that town of MissJBrunet : — . .-- -'??':.. ' Now that the' festivities are over, the only subject of conversation is the wretched young man who poniarded Maria Brunet. He is in custody in the fortress .- of the town.. Those who have been acquainted with him speaks favourably of his previous conduct. There is no doubt of jealously being the cause of the crime. It appears he had been attached to the young lady, and ino doubt he considered that he was.'slighted !by her or supplanted. On the night of the 'ball he considered there was no doubt of ithe fact. He became exasperated, and icorrimitted the crime while his victim was tin the act of dancing a polka. He stabbed iher twice in the back ; the first blow only .grazed her skin, but the...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE GOLD OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

i;MltiSH EXTRAGTS. THE GOLD OP AUSTRALIA. (From tlte Times.) The discovery of gold fields in New South Wales will produce very different effects on different minds; some will la ment over it as calculated to introduce a new element of corruption, into an atmos phere onlj' just recovering from the moral taint with which we have so sedulously inoculated it; while others, with perhaps more justice, will regard any discovery which tends rapidly and permanently to augment the amount of wealth possessed by the human race as a subject which, due allowance being made for all drawbacks, cannot be contemplated without feelings of self.gratulation. As it is not in our power to prevent the existence of that cause, which is sure to give. rise to these specula tions, we. think that we should be employ ing ourselves more profitably in consider ing the question in its ? more imniiediate relations to the welfare of the Colony', than in abstract speculations on the'advantages or disadvantages of that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

Edited, printed, and published by WMifj Faihund, (solo proprietor), at tlio Batiidij FnEE TRESS AND MlNJNO JOUUNAI. Ofl* William-street, Bathurst, New South- Wafli ' Wednesday, January 21, 185?. B

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SYDNEY NEWS. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. /? GOLD CIRCULAR. ; 'Tho news from' our mini-s is of a moro. cheering character tlian.it has been for spvcral weeks. Tho 'Turon is becoming ;populntpd again, and a few parties ivith great exertion hnvc ;beon able to work their bed claims with much success. Several nuggets h;iye been turned, up about Oukoy Creek sufficiently 'Jargo . to 'excite consid eral.ile interest and some envy. If^the riiii\';holds.Q/r, for a. jew weeks tliesc bed claims will no ilbubt .prove' iin-' Vnonsoly'rich ;. and then somo of our friends, who :have gone further a fieitl. will find that they would har.o fared ' much better ' if they hnit remained' whoro they were. At Louisa Creek some littlo difficulty had arisen in consequence of tho Quartz crushing Companies wishing to . claim the Creek as part of their grant, but the Commissioner has ?decided that they are only entitled to the quartz ridges, and that the miners muy retain full pos session of their claims on the Creek. In mnny . instances t...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

?WEEKLY CALENDAR; * a i,:-4.j j n. V it. n. . m. h. it. *«u 21 W. 5 . 11 7 ?. ? ? 12 £ . 22 Th. 5 . -12.7. . . 11 0 . 8 ?23 F. 5 . 13 .7. . 11 1 . 8 !24S. 5 ? 14 .7,, . 10 2.8 25 i. 5 . 15 7. .',10,3 . 8 SGM. 5 . 15 7 . '9 4 .'8 27|T. 5: . 17 7. 9 5. 8

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THE COMMISSIONERS OF CROWN LANDS FOR THE GOLD FIELDS AND THEIR POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

THE 'COMMISSIONERS , OF CROWN LANDS FOR THK GOLD FIELDS AND THEIR POLICE. This body, it would appear, continues to increase hi number, both as regards officers niid men ; and a more systematic organiza tion seems to be developing itself. We have already addressed to those, ?with whom the selection and appointment of the- principal official persons in this force rests, such remarks as we deemed called ior injustice to the residents of the West em gold field :— With the appointments in other districts' it would be exceeding our. province .to meddle. , . : '..'. Iu a preoeding paper, while we gar dedly abstained 'from any remarks, which could savour of personal animosity or in vidious attack, we willingly accorded to the Commissioners the . meed .of approbation they had earned. ? Still, however, in anticipation that an extension of their duties would be called for by the approaching emergencies of the day, we pledged ourselves to a close exam ination into the fitness aud discipline of ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1852. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEAPOLITAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. 'jlAQNA BST VEIUTAB'ET PllEVALKBIT.' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1852. MR.'GIADSTONE AND THENEAPOLIr TAN GOVERNMENT. We hope to give in our next paper a suc cinct detail of the circumstances which led -theHight Honorable gentleman to make the exposure of the detestable tyrannyand cruelty perpetrated by the authorities at Naples, which is causing so much sen sation both in France and Italy, and has ? deservedly won for its author the sympathy and applause of every honest free heart.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

$% VAN DtEMBN'S LAND. low i- iATOceston Markets. — Tho Balb of horses, ^ 1 1 at Messrs. Bell and Howe's Yards, on Satur ?_scl I last, afforded ample proof that Van Diemcn's nilc i id j6 receiving sorao benefit from tho gold dis-' n '' I ery. As the vessels return from Melbourne, c-*'' i lio demand increases, and horses, drays, carts, iw|jcs?, oats, and all sorts of colonial produco » 5 .1 with willing purchasers, who come over for ? Mso^° P'rP°se of buying. Draught horses, if '^liig, sound, and wcllbroken, aro eagerly caught ?i*!! and good prices obtained for them. A iow ^Jf1'8 description were sold ut irom 15/ to 19? ' j9.an? sovcr!1l car' horses, aged, aid of nn infe )r.W kind, found buyers at prices ranging from nlH'o 15/. Working bullocks, of which 18 were VW, averaged 7t' 15s. 6d. por pair. Three chaise Sva ^orses a.ntl harness in three lots, sold for 20/,. lD' hlnncl 3*'- Feed oats (good sample) brought iriUT lod. and 7s. per bushel. Bacon, cheese, hams, CJV or, and preservos,...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. ': VICTORIA. jMooht AtKXANDBa,— January 3rd, 1852. — 'jHfin;? the last three days, a series of robberies o^Hlaken place on these diggings, by a Rang of ojSindrels who aie supposed to ho late arrivals. ,tH§t night one tent was robbed of 9 lbs. of gold, Jh another broken into ; but the robber being JpBovfired, made his escape before, the inmates. jtalil secure him. Tents are cut open and robbed . JglU directions, and as for Iiorso stealing,; tbere 1 jilocnt* '° lt* *l 's uso'css f°T 'B to look' for f'SSeofori from tho authorities. . If a party will in.WMra I point out a robber, and swear hois one, ivfflff then a policeman is sent, ami the case ex se||p3d, but as to the authorities finding, thieves, 4 a thing is not thought of. Let rneask' 'you, ''Ht arc we paying a licenso for P Thousands of ;lufWi 1* have gone into the hands of government PJmi us, and wo have in roturn about fifteen po 'ffiS°en '' w'ltc'' a°d guard upwards of fifty 1 ljM-ro miles of country, containing...

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