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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

. ,-' WEEKLY CALEIfD^R. , II. It. IL ' it. It. M. Jan. 2tS. ' 5 . ' 14 7 . 10 2 . S ? 25 S. 3 . 15 7 .,103 ? 8 S5M. ? -5 . 1C 7 .' 9 4 . 8 ' 27]T. 3 ? 17 7' '. ' S 5 . 8 58 \V: 3 . IS 7 . 0 6.8 S9Th. 3 . 19 7 . F'7 . 8 '' '30 IT' '3* V'20 '7' ' . '''7 8' '. '8

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Gobernment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

. C5ob£rnmtnt C5n?ttte. , Feidxt, Januart; ,16, .1852. ., ?, [ PKOGLAMATrON. ; By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus TFitz Roy, Kinght Companion of the lldyal Haho -'?? verian Guelphic: Order, Govfirnor-Gehcral of ' all Her Majesty's Australian. Possessions,' and ? ' Captain-Genernl and Gbveinor-iri-Chief of the Territo-y of No-v South Wales and its De pendencies, &c.,&e.' '?' ' : In pursuance of the, authority in me vostedby a .cortain Act; .of the Imperial / Pttrliament: of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5:h and 6th year of Her Majesty's Reign- intituled; ' An Act for regulating the sale of Waste Land Ifc longinsr to tlie Crown in' the Australian Colo nies,' I do. hereby notify, and proclaim,^- that at Eleven o'clock of .Wednesday,, the :..'l8th day of Fehruary neit, the . following Town, Suburban, and Country, lots of Land, .will be offered for 'sale by public nuction, nt the several places hereunder mentioned, and at the. upset price affixed to each lo...

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ENGLISH NEWS London, Friday Evening, Sept, 26, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

ENGLISH NEW^ {From the London Correspondent of the Kew: ', York Jferald.) London. Fridav Evenintr. Sept. 26, 1851. Approaching Elections, LordTalmerston at Ti verton. Free Trade nnd Protection — Our Amc l'jcan Cousins, Balwer a. Protectionist Cnndi ' 'date— The King of Naples and Mr. Gladstone ?-^Spaiii and tho United States — Important ? DcclnrAtion of tho English and French Govcrn '. mciua— French Politics— Kossuth at Smyrnar-r The Kmperor of Austria in Italy— Tho Hon. . Adhott Lawrence at Limerick — American * Stocks, &c. ' ? '. ?:? |;|; The event of tha week .has been tho speech If. / delivered by J^ord. Palmorston to his constituents !' nt ?n.verton. . We are fast approaching a general I election, and hononible members and noble Lords k- find, it advisable to pay certaiti attentions; to I,: ; their-couseitucntsr by ? cramming- them with beef (,-, fts.wjll as work. On Wednesday, a.' grand dinner ]/T ' took plnco nt the .princjpnl inn' at.Tivcrton, in ':. )ijnoiu-,or tho ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. ON THE UNION OF EXTRAVAGANCE WITH PARSIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

M ISC i(LL A N Ito US V]!,MitA»j iiisy ON THE UNION OP: .EXTRAVAGANCE i-WITHL; PARSIMONY. ? x No appearancc: in1 thjj moral''worlil is more rcmarkable'thau that combination which' is' often observed in the shine charncter,. of ijvarii'6 with profusion, of meanness ' with- liberality.1 \ ' Vanity! selfishness, and a want of serioiis; principles, are strikingly circumstanced in tlio /m'arincrk' of the present ago ; . and a's v.mi ty laa-l's ' to 'expansive ostentation, so selfishness arid want jof principle have a natural tendency, to produc6c6v)«tdusncs3 anil rapacity. 'Very few restramtsare iillqwud'to operate on the- modes of aeqiiiringor of saving^ inaney,' except : the fear of detection., 'Thero is seareeliv'any,'meaiirics3 or, baseness' to which many' persons, wjio muko the grentost show ihr dress, ftirnitnro, and equipage, ~(iro not really to submit iirj'l'ir the certainty ..of concealinent. ?-??,' ' Tho tihia has been,' whin a great fnmily, re siding in tlie groat house of a v...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

^^AM-BftM^-V'^V.t-v (Frpn thc-Sydneu Morning Herald.)- ,: ? By'ttohrrival^6F;tho'iNightirignlo-e'''Sro'.in inl«issession of files .of Boston papers 'to tho 17th of Bctobcr. 'Wo hityo boon informodthat in seven ?ays after the hews; of tho.'discoybry, of our gold H«lils was received at Bbs'biii this ship, and carga imci° roa('y t0 proceed to Sydney. , ' ;: : ;-.' v^{' -- Jk The norvs is bi^t of one day's ;laterdato;' than *Sirlast advices via California^ : J-;;;;.1;' 1;1 - ;- ' W A fearful gale off Princo Edward's Island has nl|mse''' cbnsiderablo dcstriiction: of bptli ,lifo nnd ..Sffoperty. It commenced on 3rd 'October, and ?Jliitiniicd for 48 hours'/ Tho ihbst disastrous 11KCOU!'!S eo'itipnort 'u reach Boston. ,;. Tlio nuiri agr of vessel lying within Cnnso Svhen tho galo 1 ijosc had boon ascertained to So 107, ' of theso ; gly 26 had been reported safe. Reports as to . njfc loss of others of tho fleet, 'with the. greater ' tliar'011 °r 'heir .crows, wcro pouring iiii ;.,The . tfcs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

B Y SICKLES' - ' OK SALE at the Stores of the undersigned. No. 4,5, 6. F. STRACIIAN. January 20tli, 1852. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOClliTY. 353, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. lisTADr.isjifi) 1st January, 1819, And enrolled under the' Act of Council, 7 Viet, No, 10. FOR EFFECTING INSURANCES ON' LIVES AND (WANTING ANNUITIES AND ENDOWMENTS. rUF. Bmrd of Directors of this Society having obtained a Special Legislative Enactment protecting the Deferred Annuities granted by tin's Office from the process of any Courts of Law or Insolvincy in this Colony, nrc prepared to issue Policies for Annuities from £10 upwards, commencing nt the Ages of 50, 55, GO, C5,ahd 70,' payable during the. life of '.ho Annuitant. The elfect of tho Enactment' is to make these An nuities as secure as Government Pensions. In order to meet the altered state ol the colony caused by the recent discovery of extensive gold' fields and the consequent iniprove'd prospects of those' classes of tlm community for whom De ferred A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

NOTICE. MR. TRF.SS begs to inform his friends and tho Public in general, that he intends, to resume Oiofbns;ness of Auctioneer nnd Commis sion A^cnr', and trusts by steady perseverance, and strict attention to the interests of Ins em plovers to merit 11 share of public p.tfrnn.igo. The experience' of Seven years m this business, has given him a ihoiouqh knowledge of the manner in which it is to bo conducted ?mpstjirb- fitably, and his acknowledged aptitude as a Sellei of jrojds, is well known to tho community of Balhurst. Mr. Tress begs to assure all who, may be desirous of supporting him that his most strenuous e\ei tions will bo cxerci&ed to promoto their iu terests .'infltb.ciisuro confidciico. tK?- All comraumentiuns, (for the present) nddrossod'fo tht cure of Air. James Arthur, or to .Mr. Tick's' residence, Stcwait-struct will bj promptly attended to. 15 ithuvsr, 1 - ?Jaiiy. 23rd 1852. J EIGHT HUNDltKD W IS TH ii.it Js. T?0R SALE, by private contract, SOO fjt 1? weihen....

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

,-v-::^QLON£A;D.,NEWS.-\-'--.'-,;: 'VICTORIA:- V ': '?'' Fatal Accident.— An';a'ceident,- which ? ter minated fatally; and of which the attendant eir cumstanccs '?'; werot'. abinewhat extraordinary, ,oo ciirfed .on Tuesday,; at' Flomington. ?? ' A:lman named George iHamiltohV supposed to bo on the. road from the': diggingsi'stopped at tlio' Fleming- ton Inn. bcinir then somewhat in liquor, and after having again ? phrfakeif, » he : hiOnnted : his hoi-se, between seven' and eight d'elock; and: started off for town at a- hard gallop'. When ho reached the bridge, his horee1 backed violeritly;:a'nd' throw him with' [ireat, force;- ho 'coming' down on his head. -: Ho was'' picked up' by a :'1nb-ourcr,' John Shepherd'- ? by ' name, 'who carried hinr'on his shoulders half way back to tho Inn.'whero'he was met byawheeibniTdw; which the landlord,1 who Jind heard.of tho accident, had sent to fetch him, When ho arrived at the Inn ho was put to bed' in an insensible state, and the next morning ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. The TtESomicBS of the Colokt.— From nil that I have ever heard or read, the internal re sources of this _ colony appear to be prodigious, instead of being a'land. dooirieii to ?internal st'e ?rility, as wo were once assured; this territory, as it seems, contains the natural elements of: wealth in such abundance, . as- nearly to' overwhelm the most imaginative conception. ? .-.During the early, ?part of.lastyctir, a bright and even glowing view might have* been taken of tho perhaps then dis tant 'prospects of NewSouth Wules, by; reference to the amazing. tracts of lnud which are asserted to bo adapted, in a remarkable degree, .through out many latitudes,- for, the' production of -wheat and other corn .;. for tho ': cultivation of the olive and the vine; for tho growth of cotton and of sugar. , During -that;, period the same fond ex pectation - might reasonably have been ? strength ened, by the, ascertained existence- of extensive mines of coal, of iron, and, of copper, ;...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

__C.O.UrvT.OF RiiQUESTS. Thero were only 17- cases for hearing, many of which were settled out of- court, and others- in which the.. plaintiffs did not appear, so. that the magistrates .had-.-.biit a few-1 hours' work. There were no cusea of sufficient --interest to require a detailed report,: excupting oho— lloild'.v. Snr geant, Vi-hieh must not go; unnotieeil, on acconnt of its undulating -singularity. It appeared the plaiiititf, a ' magistrate, had let to tho. De fendant, under n written agreement, -. n pad dock in tho neighbourhood- of Bathurst; the term w.is lor one year, tho rent £20 per ; annum, payable quarterly. The lease had ex pired and 'the tenant had' quitted, so that . the plaintiff was deprived of his power to recover his rent by distress, accordingly1 he came .to the Court cf 'requests for redress. In the plaint; tho amount sued for was only a quarter's -rent; .nl-, though the \vholo- was, over-due,' nnd it was for 'the second quarter's rent that:thi3 action -.was; i...

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ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICAN AT HALIFAX.—5STH LATER FROM EUROPE. Halifux Telegraph Office, October 15, 5.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

AUniyAL: OPiTHBl AiiEitlCAKAT IIALirAX-^rtM1556 -': . ' I-'': ?' '^tATT.R 'FKOM EVROVH.' . : B'0' --^Halifax .Telegraph Office, ?' ?' i.j -'?:--—-?- -October 15; 5.50 r.Jf.'lA.. (By Magnetic Telegraph'ta the Boston Courim By t . Tho -iriairsteamcr- America1 arrived at AVfi. minuses ,,befprofive,v She has; ;108.'passeiigtHlr 1' children and servants, inclusive, au.d 12 S- ? Halifax.. ;'..!.;rir.r.'' . v .' WV' The. ,;rrankUn;.aiTivcd ? off ,Cowes, on her *WJ!1 to Havre,' at seven o'clock on tlie morning of t«Jv „ 2nd instant. No American steamer had. Jirrnm''; at Liverpool since tho Atlantic's departure. 1«r f , America passed- in a thick fog, on the 14th, '%sc Ann Tonny, of \Vaterford, with passengers, 6poil]v c a steam vcssel!on' the lipmeward voyage. |j*i ' ?In Great Britain' public opinion was chiefljtl. concentrated *on ? the. approaching close of thftlL , Exhibition, still fixed for the eleventh instant!]. Two days wero to bo given afterwards for thaV free admission .of.oxhibit...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining journal. POST OFFICE, SOFALA. 16TH JANUARY, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

'ORIGLNAL C01UIKSP0NDEMCE. 7b die Editor of the Bitthurst Free Preii and ' . Mining Journal. ' ? ? r ? POST ?OEPicE.jSOli'ATiA. ;.,?.-??.'. lGrii Jaudart, 1852. . :, ? .: Sir.— lieferringito a communication which np-. i peared- in, the ; Bathuht. Free Press , of the ,14th Jinst., signed .-William Richardson,, wherein the writer. complains that a registered' letter received' iu this oflico bad-been opened, money abstracted, the letter resealed, and the nddressaltcred, and insinuating that un inquiry lia;l been instituted without any satisfactory result, and ns a dernier resort s-.tbmittiiig his case for the consideration of the public, I beg to etate that the subject was brought under my notice for tho first time on pe rusal of your issue above referred to. The registered letter alluded to was with others transferred to me from the late postmnster on my taking cliarge-of this office. ? Tho gentleman by whom the letter was delivered having left tlic office, I am unablo to state for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

Ie Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of -j old I and other metals in any quantity. I G. BROCKSTAYN, , B Watchmaker unii Jeweller, , S Howick-street, I Bathuret. |,B.-Specimcn« and Coins wanted. | GOLD I GOLD!! |E highest price given on the Turon, : I ? ? HARBOTTLE'3 I Sto«:s; r' COLD ! GOLD 1 ' I SYER, BROTHERS ?ILLgWe theuighestcash price for . good -clear I samples. Eigust 4th, 1851. Ie undersigned is a CASH PURCHASE .R of I HOLD OUST at the highest market ra tes. I RT CAMPBELL, I Circular Quty. |(ln»y, 20th Augt., .1851. IE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASE .11 of I GOLD, both at Ornnge and at Ophic. JOHN PEISLEY, , Conch & Horses Inn. Oranj-e. ? GOLD ! GOLD ! 1 GOLD 1 1 ! C. T. DUNSFORD a CASH PURCHASER of j BATHE RST GOLD in any quautities. ' illiam-street. v A lnrge lump as a' specimen wanted. GOLD. IE undersigned will -give the HIGEIEST PRICE for GOLD. ? . R. MACHATtU. ily 23rd. 1851. , . -, AUSTRALIAN :GOLD. IE undersigned is a CASH PURCHAS1 3R. of GOLD to any amount WILL...

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LETTER CARRIER FOR BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

.-LETTER' CAKHIEli FOR B ATHtlRST. Tub following pt'ition, showing tlint n littler 'canicr is required for the town of Bathursf, and setting forth I ha particular claims of Mr. James Ilolohan', received 3M' .-HignuturcB in a shoit space of time, and has since been forwarded to his Excellency .ihe Governoi'-Genernl. Of the necessity tor n. letter carrier tht're can he no two' ,-ipinion«, and of the merits of Mr.- Ilolo- han, whilst . performing the duties of the ' o3icc, we must speak in terms of comiiien ? cltition. . If such an office is necessary, there'ore, due provision ought to be made for his maintenance. And as experience shows that litlle dependence can be placed' iu voluntary-contributions, it is incumbent upon the government to place him in an independent position by allowing him a salary. Why the matter was allowed to ..slesu during the discussion of the estimates v is not very clear. But the claims of our 4-,ost q'fice have long been neglected; With the prayer of the pet...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA KST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1852. THE VAGRANCY ACT AND THE GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

' THK-BATIIURST ¥R-:£ FRES& . ' MAGNA* K8T VKtttTAS -KT PK.KVALKBIT.' ' saturday, january 2^ 1852. the- vagrancy' act 2nd the ' : ? gold discovery. ? ' J\' time past'we ra'iHiscl our voice most lus. lily iuiainat the Vagrancy Act upon various m'ounds. ' It 'appeared' to us to interfere very, materially with the liberty, of the sub ject—to place too much ppwer in the hands of tlto 'mains' racv-r-to' deal too 'severely- with «TilpritB — and to Riipply.too many opportu nities of annoyance to the police. , Under ilio same circumstances' we should oppose the act as si Tenuously 'as before. But with' tlio opening up of our yold mines important c---iaI chants have occurred, which rendm indixjseiisab'e iha adoption of stringent measures for tho public safety. O-rio of the first consequents of thi^ cllucovery 'hits' been to attract to our district n large proportion of the unsettled dwellers. «f our own mid tlio neighbouring districts, vrlio, from choice, or ill. success atthe ditr ^...

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KOSSUTH AND HIS FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

KOSSUTH AND HIS FRIENDS. The next daynftcr my arrival, the Bey sent me. his own interpretcter, who said ho was'ortiered to conduct me wherever I pleased to go, mid to attend me ?whenever T wanted 'him to do so. I first cillled upon ? General 'Pertzol. '-then . unori Count Eatthiany, General Wysowski,' (the Pole) and lastly -xipon 'Kosstith hrmsdlf. I was received very k'indly by all -of .them;; by .Kossuth .very warmly. He expressed great pleasure at seeing: a citizen of America, the only country -which had shown any -real sympathy for Hungary., and to which. the civilized nations of ;tho world looked for example and -support in their struggles ' for, independence ; the . country -whoso institutions were the freest anllbest adapted to a free- people pf any that has boon founded in the history of man. I was astonished to find him so familiar with our constitution, 'laws, end_geheral.habits. He has read a great deal upon America, he has ' evidently thought still inoro. 'Ho is versed i...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. What farms, farming, and farmers ought to be. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. \VHAT FARMS, FARMING, AND ' FARMERS OUGHT TO BE. We republish below an interesting let ter addressed to the Editor of the Cum berland Pacquet, by ' A Farbier.' As 'to the instruction to be derived from it by practical Australian farmers they-will bo the best judges ; but it appears to us that the subject of communication includes much to »duire, and Many particulars which may be imitated even here. There are many points in -Mr. Hudson's system -which will be startling1 to farmers .generally. It ap paara that the rent is upwards of 23s. per acre for light Norfolk laud. The average outlay for oil cake and artificial manures, over a period of twenlyeight years, lias been nearly -£2,00() per annum upon 1,41)0 Heres of land. The fat meat sent to Smith field annually is upwards of £6 per acre over the whole farm. The labour amounts ib £-1 per acre, notwithstanding that steam powee is made available in «very possible Y^y, thereby showing that the use of ma. chinery does J...

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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 — 28 January 1852

ORIGINAL CORMSPONMNCE,, To tlie, Editor of Hie Bathurst Free Press and -,.,':.!;- 'Mining, Journal.!-. .??.-- , . ?? , | Sir; — As you .have over manifested a laudable ' concc'rn'for tlieTprbsperity of the largo arid irite : resting community _no\y located at the 'Digginsy' a few remarks. -relative to the observance- of the Sabbath at-tho .Turon, may be 'deemed worthy' of admission in your journal, and rerider'so'me ' sef viee to theimportant- objects ire -scokto accom ' plish,— 7%e better observance- of the Sabbath at the Turon. : - ' .; ' ?'....' ? i Tho revolting scenes of bold and unblushing Sabbath desecration that were witnessed the first few months after the great discovery, have hap pily passed away, though their recollection is still too fresh in our memory. The pleasing change by which they have been suceccdcd, effected by the adoption of an agreement on the part of nearly all the storekeepers-, ' neither to buy nor sell on tho Sabbath day,' though not complete in' its suc...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. KOSSUTH AND HIS COLLEAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTMCIS. KOSSUTH AND HIS COLLEAGUES. ? They havo all occupied' themselves with- some ? study or pursuit during the two years of their, dor tenti'on. Some of them draw very well 4 others, at least one of them, has'a great mechanical tact, and is therefore, artificer, irt general to the rest, while somo of them, having a botanical or floral ' turn, liavo laid out and planted a garden; in which fruits, flowers and vegetables, walks, sun dials, ten-pin alley, arbours, &c, are attended to with daily care. Thoro the Governor and his fa mily, and immediate friends, spend an hour or two before dark, and chat away upon their pros pects of release; (which are apparently doubtful, for tho Porto is so .-fearful of Austria, 'that shq will consent to almost any measures that Govern ment may dictnto),'until - tho cool night wind warns them to return to their prison homo. ? ? In this garden they gave me a grand supper on tho 4th of July, inhonoar of tho day. I hi istcd tho sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

PORVi.S, FOR THE ASSESSMENT OP ij , STOCK; giclrhay be had at thj» OM M Bathiirst, Jan 16, 1852. 'i ? ' '- ?-? ?.?'.?.-.- ? - : .-'? ? : ? 1 ? J iCRAptJES. ..... .^^1 r' . ; HILL, p&yinet Miiier, of Sydnev 'M sept nldajlbf his' superior lOoId RkS :tb.^afhurst, iprialp, arid 'by.thp kjnd permilS !of Mr. .'Eotton, hap .'stored tliem on hi* premjl at the Qiicen Vic'.tclria rTptel. ' ' 'Sydney, Jan. 122,1852. . MAIL COACH TO OPHIR. THE Mall Coach from and to Bathursh Ophir runs regularly three times a'w«V Fa0S8-— £1 EACH WAX. Allowance of luggage— HIbs.— All over per Ib.— No responsibility incurred fur cidents. Booking ofneo at Bathurst; at the 'On Victoria Hotel.' M* Bitto ditto; at Ophir; at Mr. Levy's Stores HENRY R6TTON Bnth^rst, I Pt-*iii!» 24th Jari.i 1852. J iKOYAL ALVIL COACH, DAILY FROM A ; TO BATHURST, AND SOFALA. T ET the meek little 'Piokeer' nnd thab ?Ll 'Hob Hot' puff away and Ji re and en fire at each other, so long as they find it in whilo to pay for advertisings...

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