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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. The only information worth conveying with 'reference to our produce market is, that received ? from London, by way of Port Phillip, showing that some speculation was likely to take place in wool, nnd that tirices. it was cxnected. wonld -rule higher in consequence, at the next sales. This news' has not, however, created any better feeling in tho purchasers here, their excuse being ?that it requires an advance at homo to justify their present buying?. At the last sales there was ?n large proportion of the wools seedy and burrjy and some of them very hinvy in condition, which accounts for the low -rates obtained for some' of the lots. We shall have no activity in the trade until we have later accouuts from Erig 1iM. ? Tallow is firm at 287. for beef. 'Hides and Sheepskins continue to bring good prices, especially the latter, ; Gold sold at auction, to-day, at an advance of, ? 'three pence. ' ' ? , - - , . . THO3IASS. MORT. ' Sydney, January 17. - ; jFrei...

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THE REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE THRUST COPPER MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

riiE hkpout or tub mitrarroRs op T1IUK81! OOrrER MINING COJil'l At tho Half Yearly Ooncral Meotin-;of tha Sh held nt Sir. Arthur's Ibu, at Uathurat, on tho 20th January, 1852. Sinco the last hnlf-yearly meetins; hell la owing' to the great difficulty of ohtaininj III e could only bo further uorclopcd tout ox tout. Tho D p ctors however bog to call tho attcu 1 1 Shareholders to the full report of the .Mlnu I Held, by which it will bo perceived that tho t «1 craasod in size, and that tho prospects of lilt pp iving rich nor more promising than ever inn Wore. ' - T1 , Tho third furnaeo for Bmelting has boon coc '' tho scarcity of Inboiir has also considerably ti Off full working of tho 3smelt:hi works. nit rectors lmvo howover raised two tons and n'i im, weight of coppor regulus, containing about! of jiuro copper, and the Captain in his ]U iltO thnt by tho end of next week two moro tome all per will be forwarded from tho Aline to Itathic ),v The Directors hog also to remark, that thty p...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

i i ? ? 'i — WEEKLY CALENDAR. .a' . S d I' . ?,-.'? a. ?' ii. jr. ' m. !ii. . m. Jan. '3-1 S. 5 :- '21 7' .? 6 9.8. Pub. llS. 5 . 22 7 . 5 10 . 8 2^r. 5 . 23 7 . 5 11 . 8 ST. '5 ? - 24 ? 7 . 4!l2 . 8 4\V. 5 . 2f. 7 . 3,13 . 8 SiTh. 5 . 2f 7 . 214 . 8 6F. 5 . 27 7 . 1,15 . 8

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COLONIZATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

COLONIZATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The following letter has been handed to us for publication by George ltankon, Esq., J.P., who obtained ? the original, now in our possession, when sojourning in his native country some years ago, from Air. John Bell, writer, of Ayr. The document derives a powerful interest from the great event — the first settlement of Port Jackson, to which it more particularly refers, and the in terest is 'by no means diminished at a period when the celebration by .festivities, public amusements, and rejoicings of the anniversary of tho founda tion of tho colony, is attracting some degree of attention to tho subject. The writer, it will bo seen, a- native of Scotland, was on board the Lady Penrhyn, one of tho vcbsoIs form ing .the expedition, and so fnr as wo can gather from the letter itself, it was written to his father nnd mother, and directed to them through Mr. Bell. With the exception of .two or three verbal alterations, wo have followed the manuscript, altho...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1852. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEAPOLITAN GOVERNMENT. NO.II. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. 'JIAGNA EST VBRITAS ET FIM5VALKIHT.' SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1852. MR. GLADSTONE AND THE NEA POLITAN GOVERNMENT. ,.;-.. ?; : .=..; -.NO. -It.. ' ?-.''? ALTnoTTbH we entered, accor3ing to pro mise, into an*ample sketch of the. general ?subject which had given ? occasion to ;Mr. ?' 'Gladstone's Two TjeUerstotJie Earl of Aberdeen, v/c by no means exhausted it. These letters' are not merely, political and elementary dissertations, but they repre sent a state of things in which civilization is oiitragetl, and justice disregarded. This stale of things, it would be ob served by a recent number of our paper, is attempted to be explained away . by. the Neapolitan Government. We repeat that i ' TVfr. Gladstone's statement is entitled to , ^1 he utmost credit.- Referring to itj the Spectator says : — ' Of all the events of this- year, at home 'or -abroad, ono of the most striking is the publica tion of Mr. Gladstone's pamphlet on the State , Prosecutions of Naples.' If t...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

ENGLISH .HEWS. :l [FROM THE AltGCS.] . , ? Her Majesty has intimated hor willingness, to act as patron of- the Colonial Church and School Society, an institution formed expressly for sending to. tho Colonies clergymen and other re ligious teachers steadfastly attached to tho doc trines of the Reformation. The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have also intimated- their adherence to the Society. A corrected return of the Irish census has been issued. The decroaso of the population in 10 years was 20 per cent ; in 1841 the numbers wore 8,166,12-1 ; in 18.51, 6,515,794. Messrs. Scully, Keogh, and OTlahorty, the members of Parliament, with Mrs.- Koogh and others, havo been in peril on Lough Cohrib. Their boat struck on a rock, and immediately filled. Fortunately another boat came up in time to rescue the party. : The Munster News mentions a pleasing in stance of Irish gratitude, as a set-off to imputed ' Irish ingratitude.' Mr. Wyndham Goold, M. P. has given extensive employment on his...

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

DISTRICT IMmiGfcNCJi. CAIICOAR. GOLD. ' ? In;my communication at tho commencement of tho year, I stated that a search was about to be made to discover auriferous treasure near . the. township. Since that period more than one party of explorers havo been on a prospecting tour, Imd as far as I can lcarri thc'result has furnished incontcstiblc proofs of the existence of gold at trifling distances ?from Carcbar ; butas to the lo calities proving remunerative, time and popula tion'alone can solve tho problem. Apart/ of five returned' to town on Saturday last after a three weeks' prospecting trip, tl:or operations having been -confined to tho property of Thomas Iccly., Esq. A portion of ? Lawson's Creek Was searched, in which gold in small quan tities was found, tho existence' of which .was,, however, ascortaihed some months previous ; but the yield did not provo sutlicicnt to warrant a continuation of operations. The creek. running near tho race course was the next in order, and for a di...

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GOLD IN THE TOWN OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

GOLD IN THE TOWN OF BATHURST. Local discoveries of gold are of such frequent ccurrcHce, that unless extraordinary results can c shown, they cease to attract more than ordi ary attention. Some five or six months ago we iforincd our renders that a piece of quartz had' ecu found in Durham-street, strongly imprec ated with gold, by Mr. Cosier, the blacksmith,. ml a fortnight since wo spoke of two samples^ aving been found in the river, opposite George-; rect, by a son of Mr. Kcanc, the! cooper. On' Imrsdny a little girl picked up a small piece of old which lay exposed on tiio surface of tho mil in a wnter-courso in Durham-street, timulntcd with her success, a number, of io children of tho neighbourhood immenced scratching amongst the sand, and inny of them were more or less successful. We we two pennyweights of small nuggetty gold, liich had been picked up by Mr. M'Greggor's iHtlren of the 'Sir William Wallace' in this man cr, the largest piece of which weighed exactly grains. Two beaut...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

To the Editor oj the Bathursi Free Ftess, and ??'????' Mining Journal. Sin,— As a subscriber to the ensning Bathurst Races, nnd one who had a voice in the arrange ment of the programme, I bsg to enquire how, and by whoso authority, tho prizes to be run for on the third aro altered ? At tho mooting convened by advertisement for the purpose, nnd held at Mr. DeClouct's, the prizes allotted for the third day 'were as follows — viz.; 1st Tho Bathnrst Town Plate, 2nd Tho Welter Stakes, 3rd The Beaten Stakes , and 4th The Forced Handicap, vide your publications in tho month of November last. In your recent issues, I'fihd tlie three first mentioned races, but instead of tho Forced Handicnp appears a Gallo way Hace for .all horses 14 hands high and under. ?' , ' Had any other but this Pony race been substi tuted for tho Handicap' it' might havo passed un noticed, but with the knowledge that I, in com mon with all other Bathurst persons', havo of the capabilities of nil, tho ponies that havo ...

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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 — 31 January 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To tlie Editor of the BatJiurst Free Press and ? Mining Journal. . Sin,— A few days agp tho police visited all the diggers in our quarter to' warn them that the Commissioner would prosontly bo at Harris' Inn, and that they would be required to attend and pay their licenses. Sundry intimations were also given rcsnectinff the conseauenccs of noncom pliance, but of* this I have at present nothing to say. My object is to protest against the impro priety of selecting public houses as Commission ers' offices. The Master and Servants Act con tains an express proviso, prohibiting employers from paying their men in taverns, no doubt with a good moral object. The only difference in the two cases is, that instead of. receiving money the miners have to pay it away, in.tho present in stance. But there is. generally a surplus loft suf ficient for purposes of dissipation, and if tho practice . is persevered in, tho commencement of every month will bo marod by gross sensual...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

MARRIED, On the 26th instant, by special license, at the   Green Swamp, by the Rev. K. D. Smythe, Mr. Christopher Roberts, of Staffordshire, England, to Miss M. M. Roper, of the Green Swamp.

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

llISSELLilEOUS EXTMGTS. Bepaztbss of Tocrnrp. 'BrjooMEas.' — Two youngsters of this hybrid genius were lately driving ont in the environs of one of the West era cJties, asd having occasion to cross a plank roasl, (hay wara trotting briskly along, when thev itrens sadntemlr arrestsd fcv a toll-irate keeper who demansieni fee toIL * Hoys- much is it ?' demanded they. 'For a man and a horse/' he replied, ?* it 's'fifty cenJs.7 ' Well tlaeia, get out of the way, Ksr tee ere gitis asd a mare! Get up, Jcasny V sad awsy they irent, leaving tbe mam ia mole astOEishnieal. — Ivem HTcrk Ex press. A New Rsglish Sosgstrbss — ^The closing mciilh of the Ilalian opera was remarkable far ths cnexpected . trinmplj of an English aTihf. It appears insl direc !or, M. Gye, uawiiiing to disappoint a sscond time the crowded audience met to hear Mazari's Zauberfiole, aad fading at tUe last moment Mdlle. Zerr still incapable frcra indisposition of taking tbe p3rt of Queen of Wight, prevailed on the young Eng...

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

Sxrarar.— With its nnriralleil harbour this towaof Sydney may hereafter, xot improbably, I have a rank mnnn» the unnjeroas cities of the ; Britisli Empire, inferior nlose to tint of London. From the devdnpement of tic natinaal resonrces oftheeoioBy, with tJia csssoqucnt a-aenaonof its inland tadc and' foreign conmerce, and. its : lesoMng admncement ia refinement and oduca- | iioa, ia toe liberal aits and learned sciences, we ! may be pennitted, irilhoat indulging in romantic speculations, to antidpate a fafcorc whm a. rer- , dant and teeming coonftj, a prosperons gentry . and thming calriratorf, may greet the eyes of tranrcllcis in crerr direcilon ; when, picturesque i villages ead sabeSantJjd torrns may aiiss in every , qoaiter, and Sydney shine before the Trorid, not as & mere colkcaion of shrps and warehonsK, j bolt as es&ibiting along with Ihoss most solid in- ' dicaiioBS of prosperity, public and private eHi ficesofclcga&cc and comfort, of grandeur and o...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. SOFALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

MINING INTPlIfiENCE. ? SOFALA, ''?'.'?? .'?.'.. ? .Almost without ? intermission since Sunday evening last the juicy clouds lave been ceaseless in ..their .favours, tand although tho wind has chopped round from south to .north-cast, the sky still lowers— the rain stil patters down, and (to render this felicitous picture of a gold digger's life complete) ? ' The stormy winds do blow.' - ? Tho consequence of all tliis .interesting hubbub botween tlio elements has not only been disas trons to thoso privileged by license, 'to search for' etcetera, nnd so forth, bnt to a formidable extent distressing to ?' the dwellers in tents' — gunyas, and bark huts. In tho excitement to ob tain theprecious metal, men generally speaking havo neglected tho most essential comforts of life .and till.a melancholy or maybe fatal experience points out the folly of their reckless indifference to health and cleanliness, tho. very beds ii'on which they sleep arc usually, spread upon the damp earth or thrust in...

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

^CES OF SECeKITIES. THt. per An. Paiil«p luldadaraLprrsbarF. Erioe. ; Bink of Acrfialuiii 4 ptzomt £40 ? tToioa BanX ? JM „ ? }25 J25 percent I . I 2 las. J pranatun. BacSc tsfS'.SL-Wak!-:19 „ {f» £23. CbauneiBitl Rtak . JlO „ \iS tSO. ' ; Gia U^ht OaaaEnaT 10 „ 1 6 £J 10s. ; S«ni. SaTfeatfcn Cij EslaSL Jn3y T^IS . aSclScxdiv CeoLAsocuKeOaJlOfar ceat.J S ii 10s. to £6 N£.\T. 3tusas ditto Es£i2- Aaz. J I Us. fiiL . Ba3mj-Cbcapissr7..MpcreaitIaI 2 5.^ iprrct-dis. ? Saad&mal psraaxaSy Jjy tha T«nr^n»l Gorcrn- . meat, sail secnaol oa Uis Load Fond. . Cort. nribmtnns — I j I X. S. TTaks ? I IbletejtSllprrdjein j ljtcS-p.m. j SarZaHxai....\ ,,S per et.pexaa.1 pir. . : Matig^aj ase negoS&sital at!sterafi,or£rain8 to 10 per cenltperiuxiiissi. - . ' 5LBu— ^ The proas of vhsres inr!oao t&eiaierest or di TatauS frosi tla list joyaaseat.. W. BABTOX; - I ? -4BS, Gtorje-strett. i Jaaaaiy 23. - '-?.».? --.*' ? - . ? ;

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. CONCLUDED. HIGHWAY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE . BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. CONCLUDED. HIGHWAY ROBBERY.   William Brown, a native, was indicted for stealing from the person of. James Plunkett, re siding at tho Turon; on Friday the 19th Decem ber, £9 and about 15s. in silver. The     prisoner pleaded not guilty and was unde fended.     It appeared from the, evidence of the prosecu tor, that while crossing Sofala flat on the evening in question, two men, of whom the prisoner was ' one, and a man named Cumming the other, seized him, one on each side, while a third, whom ho could not identify, came, behind him and robbed him of nine £1 notes and about 15 or 16 shillings in silver. Trooper Gaynor,   who apprehended the prisoner at Davis's public house in company with Cumming, searched him and found some silver on his person, and a pistol in his trowsers pocket. The prisoner had nothing to say in his de fence. Cumming had been admitted to ...

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APPEAL CASES. SLY-GROG-SELLING [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

APPEAL CASES. SLY-OUOG-SELL1NG Joseph Leader, convicted by Commissioners King and Johnson, of gambling, and sentenced to four months' imprisonment, mul'jr tho Va grancy Act, appealed against tho decision of the magistrates. . ' . -? The Crown Prosecutor opposed the appeal, inasmuch as the applicant liad 'shown no fair grounds ? of appeal, saying only in his notice, that he had been convicted ,wit/iout having any witnesses present to call in 'Ms behalf. Mr. Wadeson, for the appellant replied. The majority of the magistrates decided that they had 'no jurisdiction in the mattev, as the notice of appeal did not comply with .the require ments of the Act. The appeal was therefore rejected, and process issued for the apprehension nnd punishment of tho appellant. Mr. Wndeson made a very ablo defence in support of his client's clause, and called a wit ness named M'Larcn, who ' stated that it was ho; who hud served White, (the trooper) ' with the grog, lint that', no money ''had ? ; bcun ? pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

i Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold mil other metals in any quantity. G. BRO.CKSTAYN, Watchmaker and Jeweller, -Howick-stn-etj ' Bathurst. . I.-Sppclmons nnd Coins wanted. ?GOLD I GOLD ! . - SYER, BROTHERS ' .' ? IXgivethehighestcash pricefor good dear 8ample3. ' (ast 4th, 1851. ; undersigned is u CASH PURCHASER of iOLD OUST at the highest market rates. K. CAMPBELL, Circular Quay. , |npy, 20th Augt., 1851. i undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HOLD, both at Ornnge and at Ophir. [ JOHN PE1SLEY, ' I Coach & Horses Inn Orange. ? _— ? '— GOLD ! GOLD ! ! GOLD 11! ' C. P. DTJNSrORT) CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST OLD in nny quantities. llhm-strcpt. A large lump as a specimen wanted. AUSTRALIAN GOLD:. ( , ?.undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of OLD to any amount. ... WILLIAM CUMMINGS. , ar Creek, Juno 26th, 1851. - ' GOLD. -? '? ! undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD DUST in any quantity. ' ' '? TRACKER** CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. ' AVELL1NGTON GOLD. , ,A. WHITE is a Cash purchas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDEN?^^ SOCIETY. l/T 353, PITT STREET, '; SYDNEY. 1{M ESTABLISHED 1st JANUARY, 1819, I jfeA; And enrolled under the Act of Council, 7 n \v^ No, 10. T\W FOR EFFECTING INSURANCES f' - 1AVES AND GRANTWG7ATNTNUlriF,i ' AND ENDOWMENTS. I \ rpiIE Board of Directors of this Society |,w I. } X obtained a Special Legislative Enactm-M-'? protecting the Deferred Annuities gnn[Pj) ^J| this Office from the process of any Couri^JL Law or Insolvency in this Colony, nro prepa.PSp to issue Policies for Annuities from £10 iip\(j,B®i' commencing at the Ages of 50, 55, CO.fij JM-*?1 70, payable during the life of the Anniii'uff??11 The effect of tho Enactment ia to mafc'o ittrse (J*VC nnitics as seenre as.Government Pensions. Y^T In order to meet the altered state of ilic coV?*' a catised-'by the recent discovery of cxtensnet'LaL fields and tho consequent improved prosiipC| ''^J those classes of the community for «hom [tfw' ferred Annuities are best suited, viz., LilJ0N,JJMal and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

TO THE' SUBSCRIBERS AND THOSE ? INTERKSTED IN THE SOFALA. ANNIVERSARY RACES. THE time having expired, for which t con sented to act as one of tho Stewards 'of the above Races, I now beg to state that I decline to act in the 'postponed' Races, now adver tised. - ' ' ' M. S. PINLEY. Sofah, ? ? , Jan.2S,1852.J £10 REWARD. '~ STOLEN or strayed, a ciiesnut horse, ISihanels high, with streak down tho face, branded on the off shoulder like IT or JC conjoined. A re ward of £10 will be given on conviction of ..tho thief or thieves, if stolen ; or £1 on delivering tho said horse, -if strayed, to Mr. Henry Phillips, Grcorgc-strcct, Bathurst ; or, J.R.MAXWELL, Albion Stores, Sofala. -' ' - CAUTION. ~ TVHE public aro hereby cautioned against trust JL ing my wife, Catherine TJunklcy, as I will not be responsible for any debts she muy contract after this date. WM. DUNKLEY, ? ..-?'' George-street, Bathurst. Jan. 30tli, 1852. ' .''.'' : , (.. . CAUTION. TiHE public are hereby cautionod against buy ?...

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