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Gobernment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

-ffiotm:mn£nt -!&a?elte. Friday, January 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. By His Kxcpllenny Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Rt/y, Kinglit Companion of the Royal Hano verian Quplphic Order, Govprnnr-Genor.il of all Her Majesty'sAustralian Possessions, and CiipUin-General and Govpmnr-in-Chief of the Territb.-y . of Now South Wales and its De pendencies, &c, &c. In pursuance of the authority in mo vested by a certain Act of tho Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in tho 5ih and Gthyearof Hor Majesty's Reign intituled, 'An Act for regulating the sale of Wast'e Land be longing to the Crown in tho Australian Colo nies,' I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 18th day of February nexc, the following Town, Suburban, and Country lots of Land, will be offered for sale by public auction, nt the several places iiereunder mentioned, and at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the p...

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TOWN LOTS. UPSET PRICE, £8 PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

(At tlie Police. Office, Hartley.) :' A ,,'.' TOWN LOTS. ? ? Upset Pbicb, £8 tea. Ache, 1: .-Hartley. Three roods, county of Cook, parish of. Hartley, allotment No. I of section 3 ; commencing on the River Lett, at the north west 'corner .of allotment No. 2. and bounded easterly by a line bearing south 30 degrees, west 3 chains, dividing it from that allotment ; south erly by a line bearinpr west 30 degrees, nnrtli 5 c'lains,' ;to the River LMt, and dividing it from Hartley-- 1 e t ; and n irtherly by t hat' rivor, U wards to the north-west corner of allotment No. 2 as aforesaid, :. . 2vHa|tleyijT.y»o_roods and twenty-six perches, cbuAy'6^''Cookriparisir of' Hartley, allotment , No. -2 of'section 3 ;' commencing on the Rivpr Lett, at 'III e_ north-west corner of allotment No. 3 . and bounded easterly by a lino bearing south 30 decrees, west 3' chains 65 links, and dividing it from that allotment; southerly by a line bearing west. 30 degrees, north 2 chiins, dividing it from Hartley-...

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SELECT POETRY. SUPPLICATION FOR DIVINE GUIDANCE IN THE PROBABLE CHANGES WHICH AWAIT THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 January 1852

SELECT.POETRY. SUPPLICATION tOt. DITISK OUID.VXCZ IX THE PEODABLB CII1SG13 WBICn AWAIT THE AC3TBALUK PIOPU. BT HENRY HALLORAy. Heroic and Fare, Mighty Ruler of Nations, Bo tbo pra;er which this people noir raises to Thee — ?Wlth'oyfn which dare boast not our high mpirstious, Oh I teach us, Great God I to. bo steadfast and J Thy bounlifnl hnnd in its gnrolnrcs hath larish'd i The. -mrnlth of all climstes o-r valley and hill — Ji ' 'With the light of our Iftavenj the coldest are ra ,1 Tish'd. '?p ?' While wann 'hearts adorin;, lookup, and arcitlU. 1 P'«r mountains 'where gold; lies la gitttorinj profii j sioii. Oar flocks and our herds in their: myriads may feed— - And tbo corn and the grope in untended confusion, ? ! Spread their wealth for the hands that are wanting i to heed. . ? ' J ? When dangns berot, when prosperity crn«hca f Th' assurance that God is the Giw of all;— 4 When the heart swoll'n with prido to Us dark idol !/ Wlion wi/i« that Idol, how near is th» fall.— : ' ' tTho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

Edited, printed, and ' published by WiWHi Fahiund, (solo proprietor),, at tho BA'ruur.|| Fjiee Pkess and Mining Jouknai, Ofli'ji William-street, Bathurst, New South Wnlffi Wednesday, February 4, 1852, f|

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THE CALIFORNIAN SENATOR—COLONEL FREMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

THE CALU'OBNIAN SliNATORCO LONBL 'PUEMONT. A recent '.publication, entitled The Gallery of Illustrious Americans, 'affords, tho' following sketch of tho career of Colonel Fremont, the Californian senator :— ? ; , ; ' John Charles Fremont was born in South Ca rolina, in Jnnunry, 1810. The feet qfthrcomen; havo pressed tho slopes of the Rocky Mountains, ?whose names nro associated for over,. with those vast ranges : Humboldt, the Nestor of tho scien tific travellers ; Audubon, the interpreter of na-; tare ; and'Fremont, the pathfinder of the empire. Each has done much to illustrato tho Natural History of North America, and to 'developo its illimitable resources. Tho youngest of all is likely to become as illustrious as cither, for for tune has linked his namo with a sceno in tho history of tho republic, as startling to tho world ns tho first announcement of its existence. To his hands was committed the magnificent task of opening the golden gates of our Pacific em pire. His father was...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. THE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

CO.LONIAli.NEMS.'.'.. .;?.'?' ?.-?VICTORIA.'.. THE GOLD FIELDS. On the 20th of last month, we published an article which excited somo little attention, iri which wo endeavoured to form an estimate of the amount of gold rea'ized up to that time from the gold fields of this colony. We calculated the amount -which had then reached Melbourne and G-eclong at 163,414 oances, valued at £3 per oz. at £490,242. We calculated that 80,000 ounces still remained in the hands of the dtotrers. which amounting to £240,000, would make tho total yield up to that date, 243,414 ounces, worth £730,242. This calculation has been doubted in some of the adjacent colonies, as being unduly favorable ; and in some, tho dread of extended emigration from their shores has led to a sneer nt our state ments as intentionally too highly coloured, for tlio purpose of indncing the very migration whith they so much feared. On tho 26th of the same month, we showed by Customs Returns that the)' amount actually ship ped f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

£10 REWARD. ' STOLEN from the Abercrombio River, on the nijjlit of iho ICtli of January last, Two draught Horses ofllio following description . — Ono black Lincoln bred licavy draught, branded \VI star in the forehead, small bit of white on P botli hind fort, long tail, 7 years old, has a long scar near the stifle joint olF side. One hayllorsc, U£C(1, stands abpyo 1G hinds high, long stripe of. white down the. nose, .: white hind fact, branded. Rt-i docked tail, crtp . pled in the hind feet; botli horses branded on the h-wr shoulders, when stolon each horse was hobbled, and had each a bullock belt on their nt'c.k. ? The above reward will bo giyon on , the con viction ol the parties or party ,.nn_d recovery of tbe Horses, if strnyed'£3 rowiirdwillbo given on application to William Laman, at Mr. William Brown's store, near the Sounding Rock, Aber crombie River. A UElirAIM CURB l?Oll THIS DVSKNTEIIY. pNQUIRK of Mr, Grry, publican, Kolso, foi IjV Mr. Francis Anderson, when persons at ta...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

? WEEKLY CATiEyDAH. v * i «.? I § §. ' 1 1 § c - 1 I g ?. g h. mJk. an. n PcU. -JT. 5 . 25| 7 - 313 . 8 5jJTh- 5 . 26j 7 2 14 . 8 G F. 5 . 27j 7 . ' 1 15 . S ' 7,S- 5 ? 23] 7 - . 016 '. 8 8 s.' 5 . 29 7 . 017 . 8 9JL 5 . 3M 6 . 5918 . 8 IOT. 5 - 3l| C - 5S19 . 8

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tiie Gold Field. — We regret that the in- formation we have received from the rep gold-field at Mitchell's Flat is not satisfacto and we conceive it our duty to the commun enforces on us the somewhat painful disclose the whole truth, as far as it is known to us. Thursday, from 400 to 500 persons had visi Mitchell's Flat and its vicinity, and, as they w all unsuccessful in their researches, it was thou necessary that the spots should he pointed where the gold was said to have heen procu by Mr. Stephen and the Crown Cominissio party. With characteristic energy Mr. G. Waterhouse therefore came into town on Frid and obtained from his Excellency an order the government officers who had been presen Mr. Stephen indicating the locality, to procee Mitchell's Flat and point out the exact spots: which tho gold had been procured. Mr. Wat house returned to Mitchell's Flat the same e ing, and the next morning (Saturday,) Mr. B bage and the Crown Ranger, as well as Stephen appeare...

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TOWN LOTS. Upset Price, £8 PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

' ' TOWM 'LOTS. '??' . Upset Pride, £8 .per acre. .... (At the Police Office Malontj.) ' -.; 1. WcstMolong1, Two roods, county of Ash hurnham, parish of West Molong, allotment No. 1 of section 22 ; commencing at (he, north-east, corner of allotment No. 20, and bounded, on the; cast by a line north 2 chains,' dividing it from1 Phillip-street; .on. the. north, by., a line bearing: west 2 chains 50 links, dividing it from Hill-' street ; on the west - by a' line bearing south 2 chains,' dividing it from allotment No. 2 ; and on the south by a line beating:eost 2 chains 50, links, dividing- . it from part of allotment No. I 20, to the north-east corner of tho same as aforesaid. .-,'.. ? , .' , . ? ?..': .;: ; 2.; West Molong, Two roods, county of Ash burnham, parish of West Molong, allotment No. 2 of section 22 ; commencing at the north-west corner of allotment No. 1, and bounded on -tji.p north by a lino bearing west 2 chains 50 links, dividing- it from Hill-street ; on the west by. a ...

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Gobernment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

eSpbcrnmcnt -25n?ette. ? . Friday,; January 1.6, 1852. 'T PROCLAMATION/ -^ By His Excellency Sir Charles. Augustus FHz E&y,Kinght Companion of the Royal Hano verian Guelphic Order, .Governor-General of all Her Majesty's Australian Possessions, and Captain-General and GoVeinpr-in^Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Do ? pendencies,. tec., See. ???-.- ? '-. ?? In pursuance of the authority in me rested by a certain Act of the'-' Imperial '--Parliament, of Great Brit'siin and Ireland, passed in tlio 5ih and Gthycar of Her Majesty's. Reign intituled, ' An Act for regulating the saloof 'Waste Land be longing to the Crown in the Australian Colo -nies,' i do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the. 1 3th day of February nest; the following Town, Suburban, and Country lots of Land, will be offered for sale by public auction, nt thecovernl places hfreundcr mentioned, and at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and c...

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SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. THE ASCENT OF MONT BLANC BY MR. FLOYD'S PAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. THE ASCENT OF MONT BLANC BY MR. FLOYD'S FAULT. ? The first ascent of Mont Blanc took place in 1787. To reach the top of the king of the Alps, . lias boon an expedition in which French and Eng lish Tourists have- been honorable rivals. Out of twontv-fivc ascents, more of the former than :r!i| of our countrymen, had won tho distinction of i s; stepping upon tho Icy Dome, which is the su'm l ~ init of this .snow chid mountain. . But the ascent i if of Miv Fhoy'd turned tho scale of numbers in fa ;';' vorir of, tlio 'English- Failures 'have1 been ; frc |:|. qucrit to- nrrivo at the summit from stress of |;i weather and other circumstances. It is in fact' !|! a daring excursion, the cost and labour of which | ? is very groat, and calls for a high degree of j: couwgo,. and not ii little physical, strength and | ^endurance. Tho exponso of such an ' expedition ';,' ns that of Mr. Floyd's party may bo estimated at |jy. fully £150.' To get into' proper condition for th...

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OBITUARY AND MONUMENTAL, COMMEMORATIONS OF CELEBRATED MEN. LORD GEORGE BENTINCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

OBITUARY AND MONUMENTAL COM MEMORATIONS OF CELEBRATED . ' MEN. ? . ,*?? . .- ... :.'? ' (For July and August; \85t) '.'?' ' - rtORD dEORQE ? BEOTWClEi- r-,|?.VP. : . Tho ground ? has just been markc-r6itfc.iri C.i vendieh-squaro, opposite HollesTStrcct, for the bronze stntiio. -erected by subscription, .to .the, me mory of lord George Bontinck:!' ,Mudh' delay hasboen occasioned by tho tedious process of po- ? lishing the huge block of red granite which is to '. form, tho pttdestal, and weijrhs ncav si dozen tons. Tho colossal figure itself is a trnly noblo work and creditablo to Mr. T. Campbell. . The attitude of tho grcht Protectionist leader ia at diico digni fied and energetic— G/ofle. ? : ?? ; CHARLES BUIXER, ESQ. Tho Spectator announces that among tho wor thies commemorated in tho national mausoleum, Charles Bailor now appears; tho bust, by Weckc.', having taken its place in AVestniinstcr Abbey. It is n fair and agreeable record of tho familiar countenance j and tho sculptor ha...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

MININftlNTELLIfiENCE.-. THE TURON. If an earthquake had devastated the region of the Turon, its eti'ects cotijd scarcely have boon more disastrous than those occasioned by the floods of the past week. On Sunday tho 25th instant tho ruin set in, and by the following morning tho long-chcrishcd hopes of hundreds ol anxious and expectant men were doomed- to a cruel blight. Many, after expending all they were worth on their bod claims, and had been practising most rigorously the virtue of self denial in tho endurance of most severe toils, arose to \vitncs3 their labours of weeks rendcrad utterly fruitless, and covered by an nngry torrent. For five days it rained almost unceasingly, com pletely flooding both tho Tnron and its tributaries, and drenching the fiieo of tho country. But tho loss of their labour v/.is not all everything in tho shape of comfort completely disappeared. Wet nmlcr foot, wet over head, ancle deep in water or liquid mad, the miners had to. oat, sleep, work or play, w...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. SI ijsau-B of 0'M.EAoriER— We. find in tho laihrt Tuwn Guardian of the 7th instant, tho 'Kvin' particulars of the escape of the State i Sncr' O'Moaghcr, which are moro detailed PMfr «rovioSsl7 i3ublisiica:-'On Friday, n? SS3nttU Mr. Thomas F. O'Mcaghor wrote to a iPnolicc magistrate of Ross (the district in lie \Ml Mr. O'Mcaghcr resided), stating that on atfeifollowins day, at 12 o'clock, his parole would li;'*i*3 expirod. and that it was not his intention to \\SiJu, U! A communication was made from tho ic^nolice magistrate to the convict authorities, in r-M&t to ascertain what steps wore to be taken c^witnMr 0'M.eagher, and although an imraediato iFffi4er was sent, it was found that Mr. O'Mwl'.cr was nan est. Every ssarch had been crT jji; O'to discover his whereabouts, but in vain. j WfiL-c told he is safe out of this colony, nnd in- thai a ship on her passage to California had made aiifiii&wcmcnts to call off the Launceston heads to 'iLug up }[r...

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OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

OPHIR. Tlie floods have completely put. a stop to mining operations at Ophir. Since tho com mencement; of last week's rains tho water has been higher than since tho first discovery of gold on Summorhill Creek. Eor the present, there fore, miners are laying to, in tho hope, frequently deferred, that ' there's a good tiino coming.' Mr. White has boon compelled to suspend tho workings at Messrs. Samuel aud M'Intosh's wa terholc, and, as I understand, discharged twelve men, because of tho uncertainty how soon ami tho certainty that a considerable period must elapse ere business can bo resumed. Only suffi cient hands ore retained to completo the requisite machinery. The water, however, is lowering very fast, and without further interruptions I doubt not but something astonishing will bo done before tho approach of winter's rains. Your renders may perhaps not bo awaro that another wntcrholo at the junction has boon taken by a Sydney company, on whoso behalf Sir Os borne Gibbcs arrived Ij3...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

BIRTH, On the 26th instant, at her residence Stewart- street, Bathurst, Mrs. Joseph Blaine Hunt, of a   daughter.   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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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. THE SOFALA ANNIVERSARY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.       THE SOFAL A ANNIVERSARY RACES. Sir, — A correspondent in your issue of the 31st ult. in commending to public notice the   meeting proposed to be got up here under the above style and title, observes :—' as the ma- nagement is in good hands we are on the look out for a widely different exhibition to the christ mas fooleries.' This sentence exposes at once the origin of this contemplated meeting, viz : a feeling of picque at the success which attended the Sofala Maiden Races, in the management of which, the ' good hands ' alluded to were, for good and sufficient reasons, not invited to share. It is, however, somewhat singular, that the ex cellency of this vaunted management should have twice signally failed in perfecting their arrange ments for this ' widely different exhibition to the Christmas fooleries,' and have now promulgated a third ' b...

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MAN, WONDERFULLY MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

MA.N, WONDERFULLY. MADE. (From Bell on the Hand.) ' For the continuance of life a.' thousand provi sions arc made. 'If tho vital actions of a man's frame wero directed ' by his own will, they are necessarily so mihuto and complicated that they would immediately fall into confusion. . Ho can not draw a breath without the' exercise of sensi bilities as well ordered as those of the eye or ear. A tracery 'of nervous cords' unites many organs in sympathy; of which, if one filament wore I roken, pain and spasm and stifFocatiqri would ensue. Tho' action of his heart and the circula tion of his blood, and all the vital functions arc governed through moans and by laws which arc hot dependent on his will, and ' to which tho powers of his mind are altogether inadequate. For had they been undfcr the influence of ;his will, a doubt, a moment's pause of irresolution, n forgetfnlness of a single action at its,', appointed time, would have terminated his existence. Now, when man sees that his vital...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. NON-TELESCOPIC VIEW OF THE ECLIPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

j pSCELLANEQUS EXTRACTS. ' Bnon-telescopic view of the ? . ECLIPSE. I (From Chambers' Journal.) H complete eclipse of the sun , is a very excit m event for the astronomers, but there nro Mrs who take as great an interest in knowing H the earth and its. denizens behave themselves ijfcr the dispensation. Of such is Mr. Robert Mmbers, who has sent from Gotlonburgh in Sgdea tD the. ' Edinburgh Evcninj; Courant* a KSastromical view of the scene, which wo arp Sffiopes n1Iiy be satisfactory to many of our Hers. We all know how unphilosophically the $bt animals are saiil to have conducted them tJfes on the last occasion of the kind — the oxen, jmnstance, forming into a circle in the middle jPl field with their horns outwards, as if they * believed with the Chinese that the Eclipse f| a monster in the act of swallowing the sun ii pleasant to think that theso animals rumir Ijtfcd to some purpose since then, and that at loftenburgh they wont coolly on with their din i(j| during tho progress of...

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