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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1852. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 February 1852

THE BATflPRST TREK PRESS. 'JIAGXA EOT TEB1TJIS ET rEJEVJXEBIT.' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1852. LOCAL INTEUTGENCE. PDBLIC MEETING. A public meeting of the inhaMfeinls of Bath inrst took place at Mrs. Block's Itoysl Hold on Monday lost, when, considering the general apa thy to ill movements in Khich the welfare of the community is concerned in thctovm of Baihurst, there was a tolerably nnracrous misl highly res pectable assemMarre.' After a '©ml deal of pre liminary- eonrasa&m, the businres of the day commenced br a motion from Mr. Samuel, sec onded by Mr. Brady that Mr. Hccthom took the chair, which was carried. The Chairman remarkal that as the purport of lhc meeting was pretty well known to all, he considered that it was *not necessary he shonM trouble them with a speech, bat he would be glad to hear the sentiments o.f those wba might have come prepared with same definite mode of actton. Mr. Samuel came forward to move the firs! resolution. The meeting, he said, was well awar...

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

E Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold ^othermetals^ny^ntH^ - S 'Watchmaker and Jeweller, , i Howick-streot, , I ? Bathurst. - - mo. Specimens nnd Coins wanted.' , . . F GOLD ! GOLD 1 . ? § SYER, BROTHERS ' ? §LLgWcthchighestcash pricefor good clear 1 samples, igust 4th, 1851. ? tTIiderBlffBcd is ft CASII.HJRCHASER of ] |GOLD OUST at the WR'gjgg'^g*88' '. 1 Circular Quay, llnoy, 20tli Angt., 1851. ? ?' ' tujrienigned is a CASH PURCHASER of j pOLD.bothat^rang^d^Op.ur. , I Conch & Horses Inn . i I Orange. .. ,, i__ ? — — ? ? ? ? — - 1 ? GOLD! G0LD11 GOLD!!-! ] I C..P. DUNSFOED I CASH PURCHASER of BATJ1URST '; BOLD in nny quantities. , ' llliam-stroet. _ ' I A large lump as a specimen wanted. I' AUSTRALIAN GOLD. |E undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of FLDt°anyn^LLrAMCUMMINGS. ' |ar Creek, Juno 26th, 1851. ? ^_ I' GOLD. '' ,. IE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD I DUST in any quantity. i THACKKR & CO.- ? ; I 541, George-Btreot, Sydney. I WELLINGTON 'GOLD. ~ §1. A. WHIT...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

The CocKaoiLCH and-. TYRAxf!'f-fi!\'- though cockroaches abounded' fnconV veniently, it was not, without pity, that I saw them consigned, as they frequently were, toa living grave by a wicked-looking insect, much resembling a Spanish fly, It was impossible to witness,his proceed ings, combined with his gh'lteriag blue and green dress, without imagining: the selfish demon of a p'autumime leading an innocent victim to perpetual entombment in some haunted cavern. Let the cock roach ba moving ever so briskly across the wall, he has no sooner caught sight of the fatal insect — not a quarter of his size— -than all energy leaves him, and he stands atu piilly resigned. The fly then walks: to him, looks him hard in the face, and pre sently, putting forth some apparatus which1 stands him in place ofa finger and thumb; gently takes the cockroach by the' nose and. leads him daintily along for a foot or two. Leaving him there, he comrnences a thorough examination' of the neighbour hood, beating ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

??MlNI-NfiJNTJiLLi&ENCE.-''.- !???'..? ' ?? , .? -. . opnin:: ' ' ? '???'? , ?? - The water is quickly subsiding, and'althongh a considerable portion of the ground cannot be: worked, a few. have comtr.oaced operations, ami from present appearances, the heat of, the sun : will quickly roclaim; from the watery etement; the territory it has conquered. Another cielancli-jly accident has occarre't since my last k-tter, in which I informed you pf the death of a young rnaa named Chappcl, by drowning, at the junction of our creek with the \facqiiarie. It now becomes. my pain fijl duty to acquaint you with the death of- his brother, also by drowning-, ami at the same piace. Tho un fortunate man, it appears, wa3 -attempting to ?cross the 6trcan\,.nn horseback, to obtain intelli gence : of his lnst rektive, and when he liad reached tho middle, his horse plunged into a deep hole, and lost his equilibrium, by which meins tlio rider was thrown into the water, and being ii:-.ftblo -to swim...

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VICTORIA GOLD DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

VICTORIA GOLD DIGGINGS The following extracts .arc from a letter just received from a Bathurst gentleman now .sojourn ing in Melbourne, nnd although he bears testi mony to tho extraordinary richness of tho dig gings, in the sister colony, he gives an awful picture of the disorganised state of its society. ' I find Melbourne in a great state of excite ment men getting pounds per day instead of ?onn -os. Five men in nine days got £9,000 worth of gold, four others £-5,000. '£ be diggings are however, at present exceedingly unhealthy, and the labor in general immense, tho earth having to ba carried four and five miles to water. I would n it recommend any one to come for another two months. Gold is as .higli here as in Sydney, .£3 Is. per ounce, but at the diggings id's much less., ? Everything is abominably dear, and the place getting awfully crowded. Hundreds arrive from Adelaide nnd the other colonies daily-. Kjbborics and murder are frequent at tho dig gings, whore a watch is always ...

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VAN DIEMBN'S LAND. THE ASSEMBLY AGAINST TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

VAN DIEMBN'S LAND; THE ASSEMBLY AGAINST TEANSPOKTATION. (From Ike Colonial Times.) The resolutions against transportation, of which notice has been given, will bo' moved ' by Mr. iSharland, to-morrow. Their tone is conciliatory, land they touch as little as' possible upon the con duct pf Sir William Denison. His Excellency's iacts hereafter will prove whether he deserves so much consideration. Tho nominee member, Mr. Allison, hns colled for a number of ' returns' from the convict de pnrtmont, with a view of shewing an incon sistency between the laneim'so nnd tho conduct ; of the anti-transportntionists. This matter was I satisfactorily disposed of by Mr. Gregsbn in a speech which was published in our last number. ' Wo trust tho elective members will not bo drawn into a discussion of details by the arguments' of the government party. The resolutions state corta'in facts, thoy affirm certain principles. The Assembly hns rto reiterate the demand so often made by tho colonists, that the...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

To the Ed-tor of the 8atfrrtr.it Fees Press, asd Miniag Jotrnal. Sir, — By you chancinj: the Bams of the papar you publish to that i-f tha Barharst Herald, aad publish it daily, and let tlta Terms of Subscrip tion be £2 10s. per an:iatn, cr, if you paMLsh the Herald three rimes on the; fbtlMrisg days thl, — Tuesdays; 'Ehttrstjap?, and Salar.!ays- aad the Terms of Sabs«ri;idoa to i»e £2 $&. par annaia. bat if yon publish the BaJharit Frea Press thtiiv aad let the terms of Snhscrtpiion be £2 5s per annum, ot- if yoa pttbltsh ths Bittiaist Brau VKrs;?, three Times, a week on tha above named days, & the terms of Subscription to ba £2 perarjtom, at the present Tims tlie-Kishatst Free Press is not worth reading, but if you cosjpSy wish mr request — yoa will proSt or doiaz sa. a You vrill oblige me and all the commariitv- it yoa wili comply with nsy reqnest' — niusi coaeltsia — ? -??-, Yottr obedieaily CtfAS. RYLKr. P.S.— Exciisa haste and a bad pen. ? c. a. Kyalston, ? ) J...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

V ;^9LQNlAb;PlS; -: ..-'... VICTORIA'.' ?.'-???-;?: '. ??-? -? ;.Mooht ^ALEXAiiDBBi-^rtundredB of persons have nrrivcd.fduring the.' last- week, ?'but rapst of *hwni:hftyo',Bope';.on !to tha Xotyon.;; Atany are re'tornihg, and several of the conveyances have ieeuffllotl wit'uthe aick; who arejn hopes,;offre cqvoring in Jlolbourne. _0n'6 poor fellow was ?hot thronch tho stomach in a mistake on the rii^Rtof- thd!SSrd': 'he : werit-*-out! of;thb tcht'du ?r^ti:; the riiglitj 'for'a few minutes, and' on enter ib'j^Tus challenged by his mates'; ; not ? answering imncdiatcly, one of theparty iircd,- the bull en tered the abdomen about three inches above his groin and passed: through below- the hip joint. Two medical men were culled in immediately, and though nfflrst little hopes were entertained tot; the' sufferer's recovery, this morning tiieiDoc tors assert thnt ho is o'ut of danger. Allthis is ?thWugb. 'ottr liberal Goyenwaent, and tho'.fatherly ? ? iaria' they toko' of their subjects.....

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

MISGJiLLiipOUS EXTMCTS? The PowtsR of ' Wonii^.-^iieavinglhe lofty notions of; words and corriihg' down, to tne'every-day hybrid' of books and rheri, we obgeFve many queer deVeldpmehts of . the ..cozenage of language. The'rnost fluent men seem the most Influential. : All classes seeriS HtiiBppend . upon ? word^j . i^Principles are niiliilrig ? in cum parisoh ' tt'lih speecK. A pblHician is accused of corruptioD. inconsistency, ahd loving nurnher jqnfc/ mote than number ten thousand. Straight* way he floods the country With words', arnd is honourably acquitted. A gentleman of farfreaching and purse-reaching' inlel ligence concocts twenty millions of pills, and' works ' them orT to the agents, aiid^ f\ 'in'.' the end, transfers the wbo'e from h}» laboratory to the stomachs of an injured arid oppressed people by means of— words. Miss A. stabs the spotless name of Mrs.-B,.' -vith a Word-sliletto. The pbisonpn* breath of a venomous fanatic moulds itself into syllables, and, lo !.a sect o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

\. .WEEKLY CALENDAR. II. SI. II. 31. It. M. Feb. 7S. 5 . 28 7 - . Olfi . 8 8 4. 5 . 2a 7 . 017 . 8 9 M. '3 . ' .10 6 . 59 18 . 8 JOT. 5 '? ' 31 6 . 5813 . 8 11 W. 5 .32 6 . 57&0 .. 8 -,-?;_ ..13 Th. 5 -..-33,6 .—5621 ???-.-. 8 v^-~'l3 £.''?'?'- X:^f33 6 -',?;:?; ?.-.55,22'-. .. 8

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MONEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

MOKEBOO. ? TSftiah has bean said of lato of gold being found .In the Moneroo district.' It has a similar cleva ' tfeh t6 that of Louisa, and like that part' of* the' e6Wtty itMs'a'tablo land ; how far it may other iflsti1 resemble \i, time and labour must detor infrte. Wo present our readers with an extract .of a letter just received from thenco. u jiajti'g Flnts, Moncrpo, Jan. 27, 1852. ?' 'V Scores of porsons uro dally passing here, on ?their way to Omeo, both on fcot and horseback. We- hear of- gold having been found there in large quantities, nt- nil events we; believe there ' ramt ba truth, in it by the number passing. Wo lfovetad aaveral men from the Turon stopping rt^h^.pabiic honso, on thoir waythsro also. Gold haa.be/jn found at several places between this and Xjopina^.bnt whether it will be found' in' sufficient tftiantUieV.ta, , pay,' remains to bo proved. Wo await with considerable anxiety and assurance a report showing the success- of the miners, who by ibis Jttm'e) tuf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

Edited, printed, and published by WiM' Fasbatid, (solo proprietor), at Iho Batbub Free PnEfea and Mining Jouunal 'Oft rvWilKnnwstre,efc,- BathuxstrJircw;. South. W-u« Saturday, February 7, 1852. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 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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Gobernment Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

CErobernincnt GSn?:tu. ? FfltDAr, January 16, 1852. ^O'CLAMATION. By:RiT,E*ci'llenry Sir Charles Augustus F»t« Roy, Kinglit Companion of tlie Royal Hano Teriiiir, Giielphic Order, -G&vernor.General of alllJer Mijesty'* Australiiii Possession's; and! CaptaiitrGeneml and Goremor-iD-Chief of the Tcrritoy of Now South Wales and its De ? pendencies, 8tc , &c. In pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of tlie Imperial Farliamrnt of Cirpat-Bcitsin-an(LItelanO,.n»8wd jn.the.5ih and 6th yoar of Hor.Mojwty's.ReiKn intituled. ' An Act for rcguliviing the. sate of Waste Land bf lijrigjruf truheClrWri in tKe ^tuatralmri Colo nie»t' I «to hereby notify anrl proclaim, that at Klfivpri' o'clock of Wednesday, the 18th day of F«Wiiiiry',.n(-i;, the following Town, Suburban, ami CnUntry lots of Land, will be ofibred for sale l..y [ihWic. iiuction, nt the several places lipreundcr niohtio'nijil. VitkI at the' upset price affixed to each tut rfsfwctivclv, on the terms a...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

10UAL INTJiLLIGENCi!;. PATnoL fob the Roads. — Wo understand that it is In contemplation to establish police stations nf~ convenient points of tho Ophir and Turon romls, at which patrols: -will bo placed to pcrambulnto tho country thence to tho diggings, and to Bathuist, for the protection .of travellers. The idea is a'cnpitnl one, and.ivo should beglnd to learn that it has-been adopted. Captain Bat tye, wo believe, keeps his men abroad on the Sydney road. nt those periods of tho day gene rally selected by depredators as most suitable to their villainous designs ; and to the cfliciency of the force, and the excellency of tho arrangements, may probably bo. -ascribed' the remarkable pau city of highway robberies on. this lino «inco gold digging commenced. ' . Local iMPRovBjfENr iw PaBLrc Mohals.— Having assumed the moral guardianship of that notorious locality ef our town, 'known as Bar racMnnp, wo shall from time to timo report pro'- gross, and from a rather disagreeable proximity to...

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VICTOR HUGON ON AMERICAN SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

VICTOR HUGO ON AMERICAN ;,,'. : ' , SLAVERY..; ; ;,..; ,- The following letter of the distinguished : French orator and author,- 'Viclor-Hiigb, ; was addressed to a Mrs. diapinnn, a lady, who takes -a deep interest i» the Anti-i Slavery riiovemenlfi ini thiscoHntry 'Madame — I have, scarcely any thing; to add to your- letter.- I would- 'cheer- i fully sign every. Dne pf;iL. f?ursue your holy. work. You, have: with: you all great soulsaiid all good huarts. :..- i . :;.: .,; ': x':\ ' * ;' Yoii are pleased to believe 'and' to ae siire rhe that ' ray vbicR, in ' this, 'august cause of slavery, will be liBtene'ct to by the' great A'meViciin' pVopleV who^ F love -to ! think; are 'n'loaely ?linlurJ with (lie niission of FraricsJ You'desire iiie to lift, tip my -\;o!ce. ' ? 'I will do it ut once, and 1 will do it ' on'- niir'occrtsion-'.'. I ngree'-with youVin : tliinking that.wilhin a.dui'inite time-— that '' within a;;timp; not .distant— th-s '.-.United ; States will, repudiate slavery w...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE EXPECTED ARRIVAL OF KOSSUTH IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

MITISEEXTRACI'S. THE EXPKCTED ARrUYAL OF KOSSUTH IN ENGIiANl). :J . . (From the , J'lwnouth Journal, October 1 6 A ? The all engrossing topic of the/day is the anticipated arrival of Kossuth^; which;; has been so. long delayed in consequence of Hhe disgraceful act of Louis Napojeorii-ih 1 not allowing Him to pass tliroughi. France to England. . . Expectancy. is on .itsvtip-toe to. welcoraethegreatcliampioi) ofcofistitutional liberty, on his leaving his foul, captivity in Asia, to which two Christian, or rather anti chriatian Emperors !©f Europe^ had : ignominiousljr consigned him. liberated' by the generous Caliph of the Prophet; the \ present Padishah or the Osmanlis, Kosauth: and his companions . not unlike' Cceurde; Lion and his followers of the crosftj is. on! his return from Asia to Europe. .Pre-! parationfl liave teen made in some of our; ])-incipai cities to do hon'oiir to tltat aoklier of civil,, reiigpus, and n'ajional liberty, and | to give him a. cordial welcome tot-ihia ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

iS&Lisn; news.; ? .'.'vCpfloia.-.ccnB- VEMP&Et' '*&$? 2, 1852,j-. ? ?'.'. B/'lhe.'arVivnl' of the' immigrnnt'1 ship ' Jpsejih SomeS, from' Plymoutli^Octotwr 21st; we'have news a few- days later than -previously received by:way of Melbounie: t Through tho'courtesy of Captain'Elnistone we 'are in possession of files of papers from tho beginning of October. ? ?Tho'QueOn'ftnd Rdynl Family were staying nt Windsoi*, in tko uninterrupted enjoyment of lealth. -.'???' ??:?'? .-'-??? ' Respecting ; the Australian 'discoveries of the precious' metal, the public mind appeared to re quire further evidence of their importance, to 'ii'othe' fact a po|)ulur leaving on tho country, with.m'cr&intile wiiii conncicted with tlici colony, and among intelligent persons generally, a pretty .'clear -impression' had been matlfe' by the various accoiiiiU through pvivnte Itttors nnd the' newspa pers;, but tliut confirmation, of the richness of our mines wliieh our extensive ship...

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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 — 7 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.   To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.     Sir, — With extreme regret I perceive in your publication of this day the following notice of my brother's decease : — " Amongst others who have died friendless and unknown, we may mention the demise of Mr. Balcombe, brother to the artist, &c."           In gratitude to the many friends who tended the bed-side of my lamented relative, I feel bound to contradict this unfortunate mis-statement ; and I take this opportunity of expressing my deep obligations to Mr. Kelke, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Gordon, the Messrs. Du Moulins, and others, whose unremitting attention to the comforts of my brother afforded me no little consolation un- der my inability to reach him, in consequence of the impassable state of the river. So far from my late brother being friendless, even in this un- friendly region...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

S: Undersigned i. a Cash Purchaser of Gold !,,.',} Watchmaker and Jeweller, .f'ij Howick-street, :! %? Bathurst. 'W B-Specimen» and Coins wanted. !'[y GOLD t GOLD! ».41 SYER, BROTfifiRS: - ' HEM'S'*6 the higheatcash price for good clear, ' I sample3' ' ?- .? i;. . ''' ffcrndersigned is a CASR PURCH ASEBit it !$$ '..- CircuUur'.Ciuay. ? it; || dn*y. 2Oth Augtv.1851. ,-' . ,. J I i^Tgned is * CASHPBRQHASpu.of i flOLD.bot^^O^geand^hir. ? -«: Coach &' Horses Jnii: , .a'. Orange. - c' , ...... ,:???? — ?r — r.. ',! I GOLD ! GOLD ! I GOLD 1 1 ! ,'J 'o«r^Sa?Si«wr iis i !OLD in any quantities; . ? ' ' no- jlliaih^stroet. ...... r. Id A large lump as a specimen wanted-- ^ a'?tl AUSTRALIAN QOfi.li.i4 -.'?;. '?/ 11 1 E undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of -Sold *^^^^fifatf: 01 C&ar Creek, June 26th, 1851. . ; :;.;;. ??x;j/ 20 i ' «.,.''? 1.1 m 'GOLD. ' . ??? - .-. ?;?'/'.,. , E undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD „,- DUST in airy quantity. . |.i|| ? THACKER.«:CQ, ..a.,.i.-'; ;,I ?...

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