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COLONIAL NEWS. CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. CLARENCE 'RIVER. stated you in a former communication that I ided to search this district for gold. I am iy to inform you that we liavo. found.gold in thirty miles from , Grafton, on Clowd's k : tho sample is sent to government by Mr. imissiorier Jfry. ? Jbour men started to pros-; that part of the district, namely, Messrs.' , Henderson, Howlct, and B. Naughten ; and 3 is not a place that we tried but wo got gold, wo could not give the bed of the creek a fair , as tho water rose twice while wo were there, gold is n very fine sample, and' I, have no it when it gets a fair trial but that ft will be d to pay. ?..'??;? .'? radon, January 8, 1852. : '?

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

VAN DIEJIEN'S LAND. The Crop8.— Nothing can bo more contra dictory than tho accounts of tho crop?.- In some districts wo hear of their being most luxuricnt ; in most, that they would huvo been a fair average had it not been for tho increased growth of rnb bish, which, in many cases, has smothered tho grain. Several farmers havo been obliged to put the scytho into the wheat crops, in consequenco of the enormous growth of wild oats, which had usurped the place of the grain intended to be raised. On the whole, we' believe, the grain crops 'will be a fair average, but no more. Tho hny crop much tho same, while, on one hand, tho old hny is quite cleaned out, and on tho other, a con siderable breadth of the 'wheat crop will havo bpcii sacrificed for hay, so thnt a supply, ample, but not over abundant, may bo expected, and prices will pay, without pressing on tfio horso koepars so severely ns those of this last year. — Advertiser. ? Tire Gold of Tasmania. — We arc favoured .by Mr. Boucher,...

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

? FOR SALE. . ; A IXOCK OF FAT SHEEP. : ii. Enquire of ?BYRNES, \fj9E AW CQ., .Poihnm-rtrpet, - ^t^htuv^, -

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

VICTORIA. idnd Drowned. — O»- Wednesday evening, enryLegg, a bookbinder, of this city, was igin the Yarra, near the punts, about eight ck jn the evening, ho felt something heavy is line, and on examining tho cause, found his hook had caught in the clothes of n dead ? Obtaining some assistance, ho extricated corpse of a woman, the arms of which were. -ccl fast round a post, probably in tho last ;gle for life. The body was taken up Swans street, where for. a short time it lay in the die of the road, till . Mr. Bloomfield coming it was by his directions .placed in an out ;a attached to tho Shamrock Inn. Yesterday l'ncst was held on' tho body, and a verdict Pound Drowned ' returned. — Argus.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 'a ???.??£? ' -S s *: -9- '.§:?? .'*jv- .=?? I r a. . ' ^Mi n. ?'-._ 'k. h. ? m. Jan. 28 W. 5 . 18 7 ' .' '9 6. 8 ,29|Th: 5 -. 19 7 :? . 8 7 '. 8 30 F: 5 : .'s.20 7;v-. . 7 8 . 8 31 S. 5 ?? 21 .7 . , 6 9. 8 -Fob. l|S. 5 ,22 7 '. .5 10 . 8 , 2M. 5 ; 23 7 . . ?? 511 .8 3T. 5 . 24 7 . 412 . 8

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Goberment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

^jol»?rnmcnt .. CBfnjette. ,- PridXt,. January 15,1852. PROCLAMATION. By If is Eserileney Sir Charles Augustus Fitz; ' :Roy, -Kin girt Companion of the Royal Hano- , yerian (Guelphic Order, Governor-rGederal of ; all Her Majesty's Australian' Possessions, -arid ? CapUin-Ge'nefal arid Goveinor-itf-Chief of the Torritow of New South Wales and its De pendencies, -fee,, 8cc. -r . . - . In pnrsaance of the authority in mo vested by n- -certiin'- Act of tho Imperial 'Parliament .-of Great Brilnin and Ireland, passed in the 5th and ' Bthyear of Her Majesty's Reign intituled, ' An 'Act. for regulating the sale of Waste Land be lonfifinpr to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies,' 1 do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the I8th day of. February nert, the following Town, Suburban,' and Country lots of Land, will be offcreil for sale -y public auction, at the several places herrundcr nentioncd, and at the upSet price affixed to rach bt respectively, on the terms ...

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THE EMPIRE OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

THE EMPIRE OF JAPAN. In the Nero Rotterdam Courani of ;the 23rd August last, we find the follow ing article regarding Japan and its im portance to the commerce of the world. These remarks show much liberality on the part of the Dutch, it they are to be considered as in any way a reflection of the public mind in Holland on the sub ject. '':?,??'? ; ' Japan, since the peopling of Califor nia, has become of the greatest conse quence to the commerce of the world. It forms as it were a barrier on the road; from the Ihdiasto the United::States';ra: dam in the sea which vessels pfough when, sailing from one part of the world to an other. This barrier, this dam can no janger be tolerated. If negotiation can not accomplish its removal, the cannon will cause it to yield before its force. Al ready Russia, France, England, and the United States have made attempts to over come the obstinacy of the Emperor and to raise the barriet. To no purpose hew ever; he remains freed. It is not to be expecte...

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THE REACTIONARY MOVEMENT IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

THE EE ACTION AHY MOVEMENT IN EUROPE. (From the Spectator.)' , Tho work of reaction in the larger half of Ett topo is complete. Or rather, ? tho ebb of . the spring-tido of liberalism of 1848 'leaves oxposod to, view a greater extent ofshoals and Sandbanks of absolutism thanwero visible before. The im fiorialroscviDts. ?declaring tho future constitution and mode of action of the Austrian Cabinet and Council of State, published at Vienna on the 26th of August, go far beyond Metternich j they speak the plain language of ITussian autocracy.' 'Hence forth, throughout all the dominions of tho Aus trian Crown, there is -to be but one will, orte source of law -tho Emperor. Tho highest min isters of state are to swear ' unconditional fidel ity ' to him, and engage to fulfil ' all imperial ordinances nnd resolutions.' In these rescripts, even the_ recognition of a supreme Divino power, with which the Holy Alliance ' sought to cloak its arrogance, is omitted ; tho man, . tho Emperor, is decla...

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 1852. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

SATtrnbAr. Jauuary 24th. '1852.'' ASSAULT. Peter Higgins was indicted, for assaulting one George Rogers* at Sofala, on Saturday,' -_3rd inst., nnd preventing: him from appr(!lionding?a:man who had robbed him. ? ;Tbe prisoner pleaded not guilty, arid was ..defended by Mr. Thompson — ,attorney, Mr., Serjeant ,-,-. .?;'?*? : ' . . ..:??? '. From the' evidence it appeared that .Rtigcrs,; who is a pump-maker at Sofulii, was in the act of. putting a sixpence in his purso after paying for a fipr of tobacco in one of the stores, when, an indi vidual snatched it from his hand andriiado his escape through the back of the tent. Eogors fol lowed, and just as ho was about to siezri the thief, .the prisoner stopped him, asking him what all the row was aboiit^and thus afforded the prisoner an opportunity of effecting his escape. The police came up shortly afterwards, when hiinsfelf (wit ness) nndJohn Neale conducted them' to .the prisoner's tent, Nealc pointing him out ns.thc per son who had obstr...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, I 'TiiB ScnooKBn-VENns.— By tho;arri\'al of tho Evergreen, from : Champion' Bay,' wo ? Hear thafc, while thovessel was -lying; thorie.h smair dingy with-threomenin her,- came irttp- tho' Bny, and reported- themselves as part of tho crew of the long missing schooner yeHu's,' which, 'whilo on her return voyage from Singapore, was wrecked on one of. tho Abrolhbs Islands, seven months previously, tho crow of four 'and a ? passenger being saved. ; During the lortgtimo these unfor tunate persons were on the island,' they had subsisted ' ort rice obtained from tho Wrack, and seals, which tlicy managed to' kill. We regret to stnto that Wo understand the Master of tho Ever green,- when requested to go to tho rescuo of tho two men left behind on the island, fofasod to go Unless ho received £25, and ultimate!/ :' only agreed ttf call'therbupon being promised £20'by tho passenger, Mr Bidwcll. Wo blame no man for keeping agencrnl good look towards the main chance, but nt the s...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA GOLD. Colonial Secretary's Office, December 3lst, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GOLD. Colonial Secretary's Office,' December 31et, 1851. 10 Lieutenant-Govcrnor directs that the.fol ig report from the Commissioners for regu B the issue of Licenses to occupy such waste s of the eroWnJ as may bo supposed by the icants for licenses to contain cold, be nub 11 for general information. lie Lieutenant-Governor directs it to bo noti tlwt Sir. Herschell Babbngc, accompanied by IjDcputy Surveyor-General, will repair to.'the, lity mentioned in the said report^ and, on ap ition, will cause plots of ground to bo mea '1 off, and will issue licenses for the search for 'i on the terms and conditions of the regula s already published. he Lieutenant-Governor desires it to bo djs })' understood, that neither the report now ished, nor nny any other information in tho ssion of tho local government is such as Id indnco any person to exchange their or -y occupations for a search for gold ; and persons taking licenses should first satisfy Pelves by personal experiment ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. CAMPBELL'S CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

-SOMY NKWS. .CAMPBELL'S CREEK DIGGINGS. (From the Maitland Mercury. ) A few slight mishaps, such as the failure of fl| hole here und a bad hand, &c.,' affording meal leisure afternoon, I avail myself of the oppoitu-I mty t,ogivc you a brief sketch of our adventures! at the diggings. There is a little variety in tliol ...uuvuuu, u gom-uiggers jitc — tlio most suc-ss cessful career is tho most monotonous in every | circumstance but that which may be described in 1 dry figures— and the history of any one party, i with a change of names and dates, is tho history of the great majority. Haying arrived at Mudgee, on a second trip to the mines, it became necessary to make np our J minds as to what part of the gold-field we shoiiU j shape our course to. We had a strong desire to j see tho Turon, but this wns counterpoised by tli» ' apprehension that wo should not bo able to fall 1 into work there without buying a hole, a feir p winch all that we could hear on the subject linrt ; a te...

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

hllE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold I and other metals in any qinntity. M G. BROCKSTAYN. ; Watchmaker and Jeweller, 'J Hoivick-street, J 'Bathurst. A B.— Specimens und Coins wanted. L_l. :??? - '?? ? '— i— J ? ^-^ — '-^~~ y GOLDi GOLD!'!. ; HE highest prico.given ,6n, the/Turon, I .HARBQtTLES V . . .-.'.-., , ',/Sioaus. | GOLD I GOLD ! . SYER, BROTHERS f ILL give the high wt cash price for good clear I samples. |ugast4th,'185l. ? ^ ''_^ /^ /_,';.; hk undersigned is n CASH PURCHASER of * GOLD DUST at the highest rnarket;'rates. ; ;K. CAMPBELL, :[ I 'Circular Quay. ; !ydn*y,20th Augt./185l. ;:'.,..;_: ', '„' . ??!. HE undesigned is ft CASH PURCHASER of GOLD, both at Ornnge arid at. Ophir. JOfiN PE1SLEY, .;, 1 Coach .& Horses Inn . .;. : ! ' .'?-.'. jbrange. ', 'j GOLD I GOLD I ! GOLD 1 .! ! . ? \ , :^ !: . C. P. DUNSF.ORD ' ' ? ??; i a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST. GOLD in any. quantities. . ;?? : ? ?! yilliam-Btreet.- ?. ?? ' ?. ??/ ' ? ?? - A large-lump BBffipectmeniw...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 1852. STEALING FROM THE PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

XOCAL INTEtLIGiiNGE. BATHUESTvQUAETER SESSIONS. '?- Friday, January 23rd, J852. -- STEALING: PlioM TUB PREMISES. ? Peter ;-Page was indicted for stealing; 10 pairs oftfowsersjfll bags, and 10 lbs. of tobacco, tho property of Mr. Samuel Xomnx,' storekeeper,' of Meroo Creek, on the 14th of December last. The prisoner pleaded not gdilty, arid was de iciiuuu uy jjxr. oergcanc. ?; ? It appeared from tho evidence of Loinax that tho prisoner came to his tent ori the night of the 14th of December* in compnriy with three men, and after passing a savage dog outside with somo difHcnlty, effected an eirtiy, when he began to toss tho goods about until ordered , out by him, (Mr. Lomax). One of tho men who wcro~out side the tent remarked, whilst ho was thus busying himself, that be would riot place himself- in' his position for a £5 note,' to which remark he '? re plied, that his motto was ?' phracy.'' A crp'ss : examination 'by Mr. Sergeant drew a confession from the prosecutor that he was drinki...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1852. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEAPOLITAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 January 1852

v THE MTHURSTTREE PRESS. 'MAOSA EST VBHITAS ET PREVALEBIT.' - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1832. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEA POLITAN GOVERNMENT. One of the great topics of the leading London journals, and of the contemporary press of Europe, during the past autumn, ' was the pamphlet of the Right Hon. Wm. Gladstone, containing a powerful and ef fective exposure of the iniquities and cruel-: ties of the Neapolitan Government, to 'wnrils a class of men of high worth and standing' — holding liberal political .views, calculated to place Italy under. one Grown, and .disenthral their contemplated federal dynasty, from the temporal^ power of the Pope. ' .'- ^ Of the distinguished attainments of Mr. Gladstone our readers' are well aware ; but they probably are not prepared for .so ' graceful and pleasing an acknowledgement of his general merits in the literary ancLpp litical world, as that which has .proceeded from one of the Parisian journals ^ (The Jieveue des deux Mondes), and to which, as an ap...

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

''.-.. -;::,£. £2 REWARD. STOLEN or strayed from tho Turon . a dark mouse coloured Horse, 15 hands high, bald face, near fund foot white,- n short switch tail, branded YO. Any person or persons delivering the said; horse to the undersigned will receive the above reward, of if stolen, £5 on conviction of the thief or ihieves, Mr. T. CUTTS, . Turoo,' . Jfanfi|27th, 1852. FIVE POUNDS REWARD* : ' T1THEKEAS hBt night the stable of the under V? signed in Durham-street' was feloniously, broken open, and a bay Horse with black points, switch tail, branded \VP on tho near shoulder, AI tho hair ofTthe near fore leg- after a blister, sto lon therefrom, tho above reward is offered for (he recovery of the said horse, well known as Job Payne's poney. . ..-.?? . TIMOTHY HURLEY. Bathurst, 1 27th Jan.; 1852;/ ? ....': HASSAN'S WALLS. T^HE Proprietor.of the 100 acres of land front JL ing the Bathurst road at Hassan's Walls. known as Keennn's, and adjoining Mylecliarane's Inn, informs tlio several app...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

Progress of the Russian Arms': The Circassian War. — The Emperor of Rus sia has put a decided affirmative upon the victories gained by his troops in Caucasus, by writing an autograph letter to Major General Slapzoff, thanking him for th» victory of the Gecha Pass, and highly commending the bravery of the troops The Emperor at the s*me lime conferred on him the order of Stanislaus. The letter is dated August 14. Accounts from Trieste, on the contrary, dated the 1 6th savs :— ' According to the reports from Turkey it seemspretty evident that the Russians have lost more than they have gaine'd sitice 1647. It is 'notorious that up to that period the Circassians or Western Mountaineers wete entirely dis tinct from the Eastern Mountaineers, such as the Tschetschabz3, Lesghiers, D3g hestans, &c, who were in open rebellion, and that Sliarnil Bey had striven in vain to induce the former to join his bands. Three years ago, however, they changed their mind, either for the better or wor...

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GOLD CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

GOLD CIRCULARS. The Ilioinana, from Auckland, yesterday, 'brought news of the discovery of gold in 2$e\v Zealand. Wo have been permitted to make the following extract from a letter received by a mer cantile house here, dated Auckland, January 8 : — ' Wonders will never, cease ! Gold has' been discovered in the island of Waiheki. Sir Ever ard Home yesterday informed me that tho report was perfectly correct, and he has now gone there in the Calliope' with the Bramble as tender, for the purpose of collecting information and speci mens. He will no doubt be back in a. few days, sp that I can write you per Emma with full par ticulars.' .We may, indeed take up the language ?of this correspondent, and exclaim, 'wonders will never cease.' The whole of this side of the Pacific appears to be studded with gold fields, arid it is exceedingly gratifying to find it so ge nerally distributed, as it will not only prevent the necessity of emigrctinjj from one colony to another, but render the; entire...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

' PRICES CURRENT. i'f 'WOOL. Vj . ' s. d. -s. d. -:; 'Superior clips ? ; 1 4i to - — is; . Pair to good ? 1 2l to 1 Sh v Low to middling ........... 1 oi to 1 2* % Grease ? O 5} to 0 8j ^- Locks pieces, broken 1 Q g x Q' ;i:; WOO], &C. 3 J Handwashcd and scoured ... 1 1 -to 1 6 ''f\ ? 'TALLOW. % Beef ? JE2S 6 0 to - — i'ii Mutton .....:.. £28 10 O to £29 0 0 V Station tallow .. £2-i O 0 to — — i|i lHiacs,reach,-..v. ? 5s. to :8s. ?;ii: 'Sheepskins, -p 1b. .- ? 3^d.too'Ad. . i'i[ GOLD. li' Dust and nuggets, ip-oz. 37. 2s. to 3/. 3s.. Od. | ' ?_,??'' THOMAS S. MORT. ^: Circular Quay, Sydney, Jan. 22 '!)' Mr. Mort's Produoe S.\lb, Jancart 22.— 'Wool : XYZ, 14 bales at 14d ; IP with B under ,1 ;in diamond, 4,133d; T, skin, 3, lljjd : RR, 4' grease, 9,' G$d ; PL, grease, '9, 6^d ; JIL, 12, I 14d ; RRS. 3, 13?d ; B in diamond, IS, 13?d ; ?$ ' IS, 18, 11^1 ; V, 12. 12^d ; TW, 6, 14d ; ROY, :, lambs, 9, 13d ; 3 in C, 8, 14}d ; XX with Cun ,3i dcr in double diamond, 1, 13}d ; OY, loc...

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MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE BATHURST MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE BATHURST NINING COMPANY. The annual meeting of the shareholders., of tho Bafliurst Copper Mining Company for tho election of Directors and Auditors, tho consideration of tho Directors' and Captains' reports, and the. transaction of other business connected with the Company, took place at Mr. Arthur's Inn on Thursday last. A pretty good muster had as sembled in the room by the time advertised for meeting, and the business commenced by Mr. Rottou being called to tho chair. Mr. Rotton. commenced t-y calling the attention of tho meeting, to the advertisement containing the names of tho candidates for tho directorship oftiic mine for tho ensuing year, from whom it would bo their duty to elect such gentlemen as in their estimation were best qualified to perform the duties of tho office. He regretted that the summary notice ho had received of tho chairman ship devolving upon him, through tho absence of Dr. M'Huttic, had 'disabled him from making any prepa...

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