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

iftUlDWOOlV ?Th9,yarion.8, reports; from these gold fields are i&eontradl&orjr, as': they needs would bo coming fleam, parties, some of whom have been lucky, 'while others after immense toil, scarcely havo «htanod sufficient' to pay their 'expenses, that we jfeiUEcely. know h W to . represent matters fairly ; fibwever we do ki ow for certain that the Major's ?-Jreek7digging!s a o? still progressing favourably, *evoral in parties of three ami four have beon got-. tin? froaj 19 ozs. to 25 038. per day ; those at Bell's Croak, nro in many instances,'' likewiso for lunate. '' Several ? parties havo loft for the Arra Itteff,- bat have met with very indifferent success jdtjatesont. 'itoaAXOttoir Aoctdent.- — -On Fri'day after aeon/two.children of Mr. Canvin, of'tho Hinton HStel^.were crossing, the River. Hunter in the jaQt— one, named Robert, being about- five years ©U.'iind the other a little: girl younger than him. The children wero near the front of the pant, and 3tober...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. DEAD MAN'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

.COUNTRY NEWS. :. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS; ; . (Frnrn the Goulburn Herald.) ??'.' -.-. . DEAD MAN'S CBEEIt Jt?;willbe seerfby'thei following 'shbrtnotsre ceirwlfrorn'cmr. correspondent, that gold diggm* hep commenced in earnest at the' above nurnec pUttbY'but'as wij'dd not wish to be instrumental to* disapfadintmoht ' or unnecesssry expense, wo etirb themfbrraation as we have received it. For ! the sake of those who are' at work there,- as well . as for those who may go, we hope that the sad | effects from tho want of pure water, and from a | variety of- nuisances nt- other diggings, causing I dysentery, inflammntion of tho eyea; and other { Ills,, may not bo experienced by the miners in this ;, i«kty. \ ..;?..;:. .;. ' January 28tli, 1852. ' )jf Thesat diggings .are proving', good. Thoro i «r«only a few parties hero at present,, but the J number is increasing fast. Any who are willing | , «o work-can' do 'welt hero. The gold lies vary I ' deep ; thero's no joke-to get at it— real sla...

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THE LIBERTIES OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

TEE LIBERTIES OF EUROPE. ' (Frcsz &z ISzffratcd London Neir-s, du -^rf23. 1S52.1 LJtiiijy as-l isuepandencc are pasdens among ?bs i&res great nations of Continental Europe. France c&aoars loadly for tha first, while IfcUy -nd fesicaay clamour as loudly for them bcth. Eat does rfcmoe, «K4 lores liberty with a mad ness or an euthnriasra proved' by-:the Moof JI tears'of upwards of sixty yeara.really'mderaB what , the .word means ? ' Or are Italy and $M many better fitted than Prance to .appreciate^ enjoy the liberty which they crave, or tjie'iV^ pendence which is the. day-dream1- «f thcIfnB ambitious and generous .spirits ? ,.Wo ffis^fl permitted to doubt, ia all these 'instances,' JM ther the struggle which now rages over Eo^ % with moro or -less intensity, is not the o-) f mencement, rather than the close of a sstj. B and whether each of these- celebrated nationsi £ not a great deal to learn and to suffer before ; - mass of the people can hope to cxerciss even...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. FIRST ARRIVAL OF GOLD FROM AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. FIRST AERIVAL OF GOLD FK01I AUSTRALIA. The dove from the stranded Australian ark, the Thomas Arbnthnot. arrives, bearing — not an olive- branch— but a lamp of gold 4£ lbs. weight, consigned to Sir. Dunbar, tha ship-owner. ' Fortunate man, he has lived to sje it 1 Fortu nate, if he live to see nothing,' &c , but we spare our readers the rest from Burke's soeich on Ame rican reconciliation. Suffice it to say, that in both hemispheres, oar Age of Iron seems in a singular state of fusion with a renewed Age of Gold. Auriferous Cordilleras and Colt's revol vers, diggings aud dirks, mountains of ore, and mounted police. Judge Lynch in Eldorado— such in the American and Au.'t aVVsialic gold regions are the curious combinations of ths half-finished century. The naice expression of the writer of a letter to a' friend in London, 'By the time that letter reaches yoa, I hope I sh:dl have rc-.-overed my self from this stare of excitement,' speaks vo lumes as to the ferme...

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THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

fcE SUBMARINE TEL1CGRAPH. H . (From tlie-Morning Chronicle.) '.'..' iHDover, September 28. — The expedition, mt its outward' bound course across (he i.Bcannel, encountered some unexpected and IfRmidable obstacles. The first contre m-np$ that occurred when a short distance pHt at sea, was occasioned by its being dis iHvered that no communication could be Sfected between the Blazer and the South Ssreland, whereupon a messenger was des tVtchedon shore, and the difficulty at length Kjusted. The next difficulty that arose Rs occasioned by the violent friction of Jp ca^'e» i° l'ie Process of paying out, jBon the rollers, blocks and checks ; and ?p, in conjunction with the great strain fljion it at intervals, will, it is feared, -lay JBj foundation of some permanent injury to fle cable. Frequent ' hitches' also oc Hrred, owing to the roughness and ine ?alities of the rope coming into,ipon'tact Bth the sharp edges of the blocks , and fillers ; and in consequence of this, great ?jution had t...

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THE GOLD OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

m THE GOLD OF AUSTRALIA. nfflJFrotn the Illustrated News, October U.) ' a l iar0 jg no longer any room to doubt that i!e ; W*n considerable, if not largo quantities has mi;; gijjscovcred on the surface of the ground in wt ^ strict of Bnthurst, in Australia. Tho first 3:5; m^hnrc. an appearance of exaecerntion, and 5 cfc Sacral nntrustworthiness, which all s.ibse 0 S°« ffi information hns . tended t)- remove. Not ft wve tho Australian journals and private let ''S%; awecivod in London become more anl moro Ic-vct. |,|e and emphatic in their details, but tho gold ' t0 c mh**3 «rr'vet'1 10 ')e so.en ani^ touc'Ied- and to 3 wer xi conyiction to the minds of tho most incre sed s: M3 '\Vhetlicr the gold exists in such largo :rc £^ feiBities as to justify such a rush to the colony *' P°F: Mat which has taken place to California, re Jther 1 SI to be scan ; but in the meantime : there is ler-sii ||ent inducement to lead to the new Darado :e;l mjg ,e proportion of the young and adventurous c'°n...

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

?'?: ?;?;.;-?;'; '^ ;;; 'xost,;V '? :i' '' ;;;'- . : -;;- 'jyETWEEN ITattleV anutlye Turon; archeque, jy ' Noi'27(5. drawn by P.1 Strachan,- m ftvour of John Windrod, upon tho-Uniiin Bank of Aus tralia, Bathurst, for the amount of £20,03. 2d., Any person; finding,, Ufa siimo will bo rewarded upon delivery to tho uiidersignud.' Pnyincht' has been'stonped atibV.Barik. ? ' , '' s ' ; ; -: -?? - :? ? . . sa'muet; jenner, . ? :.. ?-.? , , .'?/?.-. =VJJ-ck Bull Inn. Feby. 5th, 1852. ?' . '?' -.,;1. ,.;';, - ?'?:? ???' :U £2 REWARD. ;7 V: ' ''? SJOTjEN or' strayed,' a' light-bay Mare, about '..; 15 'hands' Iiigh; brandpd JG on: the near shoulder.;. nnd TO-on the.off shoulder. '?, ' One boy /illy,' brahdcil M in acirclconne.il shoiildcr, and. C in seini-circle on near. hip. ? :Gne bay horEo.'bvandcd VfG on off shoulder. ; '.'' . -.'''' '^^W':^' «/'?..:??;??-.?. ::...? ? Arty per£dft°dpTiy£ring th'o'S!ud:horse.or horses' to . the undersigned -ttiil receive' tlio above re ward. . r -. i . ??'...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERUTAS ET PREVALEBUT." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1852 A BRIDGE ACROSS THE MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 February 1852

BATHURST FREE PRESS.   ''MAGNA, EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT.' SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 7, 1852.     A BRIDGE ACROSS THE MACQUARIE. Some twelve or fifteen years ago, more or less, when Bathurst was not half the size     of a very small fishing village in England or Wales, it was recommended, we be- lieve, by the present Surveyor-General, Sir Thomas Mitchell, that a bridge be con- structed across the Macquarie, to facilitate communication between the metropolis and the interior. The suggestion was entertained by the Government, a gang of men was forwarded to Bathurst, and operations were commenced. From some cause or other the men were suddenly withdrawn, and from that time to the present the work has remained an abeyance. Now, in 1852, that the popula-   tion has increased some dozen fold, both in the town of Bathurst and in the country, with of course, a proportionately increased traffic, no more is said or though...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

..SYDNEY 'NEWS., PRODUCE CIRCULAR. (From the Empire.} A largo quantity of wool has found its way to market this week, and which has principally been disposed of either by auction or privato sale, ,the rate of Exchange deterring the producers from, shipping on thoir own account. . Notwithstanding tho good accounts of the' opening prices of tho November sales, showing, as they- do, an advance of l£d. on August prices, . buyers on this side showed little disposition to ad vance on their.provious biddings, and all that can bo said is that tho market is firm at last. week's quotations. The fact of tho banks having thought fit to make a further change upon the rate of ex change, (which now stands ttt & per cent, dis count) to a certain extent, accounts for tho su pineness exhibited, but it principally arises from, a want of competition, owing to so large a num ber of those who havo in previous years been wool buyers, having devoted their attention to the purchase of gold.' . Good ...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. ..??«. d. s. d. Superior clips ......'.... 1 6 to 0 0 Fair to good ....;, ? 1 '2j to 1 3$ Low to middling ? 1 OJ to l.^Wil Grease ...V. ...:...:. ? 0 -.'5| to o Hi!?' Locks, pieces, broken ? n „ . ,®irv Handwashed and scoured . . 1' I to 1 ii ; tallow. ; ' ' JB'I. Beef ? £27 10 ? 0 to. . O-o'M^ Mutton ? £28 0 0 to £23 i0 W&J] Station tallow .. £24 0 0 to n ufS* Hides, each, ? ;.... 5s.' to 8s Wtl ShoepsMns, tp lb ? ? 3jd. to 5-j. ML i GOLD. ^;ib Dust andnuggets, ^-oz. 37. 5s. to 3/. 5s.tjpiics '???'??'? 'THOMAS'S. MOB] IP' Circular Quay, Sydney, Feb. 7, 1852 ^ar

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Pres,s and .. ,. -.?::'. .-?? ' ' Mining Journal. Sir,1— The following facts will show jhat tho i petty tyranny which ? existed in Bathurst some 12 or 15 years ago, is not entirely extinct. With, your permission I will describe its faithfully as I can, a scene which took place in our Court-house, between myself ami tho Police Macistrate, on Monday last,' and leave you and the public to iudtro of its merits. 'On Mohdav. m the case of Millar against Mary Tynan, I consented to be come bail for the prisoner. Afterwards I had 'occasion, to. niter my intention, nnd another bondsman was obtained in my place. When ?Colonel Morisset found I declined offering my self, he very abruptly demanded 'my reason for so doing. 1 explained, and apologized for having put the court to the trouble of substituting another, name for my own, and informed him that my purpose was altered. To this latter statement, given as respectfully as I knew how, ,he very impolitely growl...

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MB. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, FEB, 5, 1852 [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

MR. MOBT'S PRO DUCE SALE. | . TrirjBSDAY, Feb. 5, 1852. f. 4 bales at 13 Jd ; 5, Lawson, grease. 7J,i, UA. i JC, 13d ; 39, WCW. 15.1 ; 0 and 1 pocV 1' 14.1 j 15, JWS. -15(1; 10, HG, 14*1; i Sstjn :i5id: 5,K, 13d ;4, LH, 12jd ; LW,5,atl| Knc 36. -XX, in double diamond over G, at UiJ.^^^d WDP, I4id; 10, WO in circle, 144- 1 ? g'fl!' I4d j 6..RB, I4d ; 20. V in diamond, lttillht B, handwashed, 14J-I; 2. TH, 27d ; ffi mark. 15(1; 9, RS, 14^.); 13, S indiamond.lBei 19, WP, 14Jd ; 13,. 2 diamonds over A.llMs; 39,A^15Jd;32, JFR, 144-1; 28. McN.l'El 13. Anchor, 13J.1 ; 4. EA I3|l; IO.T.IjHce I, JH, locks, HAd; 8, samo mark. l4,l; SM!is 14tl ; 13. Z, 15|dS: 15, Ifield, 14jd ; 6 ©vi mark, ll^d ; 33, HL, conjoined, 13d ; l7,H^i[ diamond; ovrr.D. 15(1'; I, Bit, in circle otiJfll 9d ; 1, 130, 134,-1': 9. \VY, 14^d ; 2, S j, 13||1, 1, McNji greasy; 5^1 ; I, same mafk, locks.i^Sid 1, WP,|9d; ? 1, .-JJiitC, damaped fleece, mifil f grease, !JrI, 9Jd j 2, H, 13M ; 1. A, bniBc) 12Jd; I,!, T. 13d i 2, ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. An accident prevented our usual journey to the Tnron, for the collection of intelligence, on Satur day last, tho consequenco of which is scon in a very short mining article. Upon inquiry, how ever, from several intelligent persons, recently ar rived from Sofula and other portions of the.rdig gings, wo learn that things are pretty much in the same, state as at the period of our last visit. The river has fallen considerably, but the subsi dence of the waters is materially impeded by tho thunderstorms which have latterly been so fre quent, each in the present soaked condition of tho -soil, supplying nil the dry creeks nnd gullies with so many tributary streams to the Turon. Tho hopes of. tho diggers are therefore so repeat edly deferred, that many of them aro leaving tho place in disgust. Hundreds, we are informed, lave started for Louisa, Dirt Hole, and the other back creeks, with the intention of remaining for a season, until the bed of tho river will be fit for ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1852. BATHURST HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

THE BATHUBST FREE PRESS. f 3KAQKA. KST TERITAS ET rit.EVAI.KBIT.' 'WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1852.. BA.THURST HOSPITAL. Thb meeting of the subscribers to tlie . 2fatht)r*t Hospital, convened at Mr. Whit Iqn's, Commercial Hotel, on Friday last, . was so very thinly attended, although twice advertised, that it 'deserves not the dignity , of tha name, and here again for the twen tieth lime we have to expostulate with our * townspeople for their complete apathy to -all matters of a public nature in which their feelings or sympathies aie not deeply inter ested. Were it not for some three or four fag9 who are expected to harness themselves for work in every matter connected with the general welfure, Bathurst would quickly descend to zero hi the social and political scale. Bat whatever gratification the con sciousness that an, individual is performing an important public duty may afford him, bis ardour is apt to be considerably damped when he receives so little sympathy or co operation among...

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THE BRUCEDALE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

THE BRUCEDALE DIGGINGS. Perhaps it may be rather premature' to give ttie above designation to a locality whose auriferous resources are as yet so imperfectly developed, but from nil tho information we can glean, not only from the proprietor, but from disinterested par ties who havo lntterly .been prospectinc; the grounds jn tho vicinity of Bnicednle. the proba bility is that rich dry diggings will be very shortly opened there. As before stated, gold lies been founfl all round the immediate neighbour hood, and ii beautiful specimen of scale and nitg getty gold found close ito Mr. Suttor's house by his children, has been shown to us, and so far as can be judged by external appearances, it is quite equal in quality to any yet produced on tho Turon. ? From one of our , oldest and most successful diggers we learn that ho has examined most of tho small dry creeks, tributary to tho 'Winburn- dale. and in tho neighbourhood of Brucedalo, nil of which ho pronounces ;to 'bo 'highly auriferous....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

? WEKKf/V CALENTMTl. . -i 6 i t s * ^_J ? I , j. n. jr. it. ii. n. m. Jfob. .11 W. 5. . 32 6 t 57 20 . 8 12 Th'. 5 . 33 6 '. 5G21 . 8 - ? C13F. 5 \ :33 6 . 55 22 .'8 US.'-' 5 ? 34 6 .. 54 23 '. ' 8 15|i. 5 . 35 6 .. 5324 . 8 HJM. 5 . 36 6 ... 52'25 . 8 ~17jT. 5 . 37 6 . 51'26 . 8

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

UISTMCT INTELLIGKNCE. WELLINGTON. ? ? Thpro i» little of impoTtanco in '.our to wrt'^ at pre'sentto' commiinicaip. -The weelciy;fcisV6'rytl6f' all bush villages is pretty much the;sarne.^ .For want of more important subjects (bocciipjrl their atteption, they loi;k very' cid:eiy.into each/other's affairs, anil d vastatnount of gossip, private chit chut, and. small scandal is generally the result. But in the latter respect 'I must s^y that ihetowii ship of Montefinrc1! will bear favorable cornpnri son with most places of equal magnitulo and population, ? ' ' - ' ' .' '? I am happy to say that we hive had most beau tiful rain latterly, and tho -WeUngtoii Valloy now smiles in a rich mantle of verdure. Our squatters rejoice in their superabundant pastures and their fat flocks and herds. The only gloomy looks now witnessed in our ? quarter . are ,' from fhotl-oxpellcd gold-finders, whoso ?tastofor cradle recking can now 'only ho indulged 'at hume, arid that in a very unprofitdble fashion....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

Edited, printed, and published by Witm* Farrand, (solo proprietor), at tho Batiiorsw Free Press and Mining Journal Ofitol William-street, Eathurst, New South WnlcJ Wednesday, February 11, 1852. W

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RECENT FETES OF THE COURTS OF ENGLAND, FRENCE, AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

RECENT FETES OF THE COURTS OF . . ENGLAND, FKASTCE, AND SPAIN. ' The following details will supply our readers with no slight ? amusement; and are cajculatcd, while thoy please, to afford them also topics for deepest reflection. . . We. will commence with the Lord Mayor of London in Paris ! In return for. the civic hospi talities of: London, the municipal heads of- iho former city feted his lordship for six days,-'- in a scries of entertainments'; given / :durin£;'vtho past ttutunnv; . tlio President also ' 'receiving the English guests at St. Cloud... . , ' '' ??-.':? - , Sharing in tho. general feeling of d'sgust and chagrin that tho £600 per annum; voted for tho exorcise of duo hospitality by the Right worship ful the Mayor of our own metropolis, should have no hotter result than to bo scrambled for by two attomies, and being, moreover, sticklers for economy in the abstract,, we were in no. mood to encourage or to approve of any extravagance of this class, when wo look nt tho _ a...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 February 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE AGIUCULTURAL SOCHiTY OF ENGLAND. ? Tho show of the Agricultural' Society of Eng land, held this year, by the kind permission of her Majesty in tho Homo park, immediately nnder Tho north front of Windsor castlo, wns in-' augerated on Monday by a visit from tho Queen and Prince, who were conducted by the Duke of Richmond '(President of the Society), and Messrs Barkor and Gibta (tho stewards of the yard) over the show. TIib royal party inspected the stock, turning to tho right from the entrance of tho south side of the ynrd, and taking the dif ferent classes in their order, and gave a minnto attention to each. Thoy moro than once turned back to examine particular animals ; and, on one occasion, as a moustcr porker rose from his re cumbent position, tho Queen's attention was caught at onco : ' she bounded forward to examine him, and laughed heartily at his extra ordinary obesity.' The Hon. Mr. Clivc and Mr. Shaw, tho stewards of tho pavilion, then showed them over ...

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