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WEEKLY CABLE DAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

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SELECT POETRY. ORIGINAL STANZAS TO KOSSUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

SELECT POETRY. OBl8lQSf3lB*BriNZA3 iO^KOSSUTH. Chief of. th 6 &lun:bnT«, ? :.Of the pnyiolding fteo, . ... ?. -. ? :' 'Her welcoms o'e* too w&vo ...k ,.Oti England glrta to thee. ?Oa freedom's chosen sKota '? - Thy S-dt frail freely, tread ; 1 ?6a tie land that Miltoa bore; ; 0a the l*nd where Hampton bl«i. .' ? 'pt bail theo, gillant Hun; . . .(.-..:..'. ? ?:? We'sooro the despot's frown, . Though Gaul's wpubllp'shun ' ?-???»*? -. .?itylhB.wrtth'oC.Auhtrik'soroiTn. . ... ?'Teli'Kalser and toll Ciar ? ' . ? : '''Brlbtirttla knows no foarj- . ...:.-- TVTiate'or the fortune of the wat, Their foo finds honour here. ° ? - - ? -^snrtlljrflirMgTfthVbowl. ?.. To Kossuth'B glorious naiue— ? The jeafTolcl could not daunt his eoul, ,,?!,-, j.Tlia.duugeon could not tame.- - ? ? ? ? . Subllmo 'gainst monarchs' might The world saw.Koisuth stand, '?? . iSWth&'caose' of ancient right ? . For his own loved father-luud. What, though toy traltor's'ajd. „, Too, tyrants-won thed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

£3 REWARD. STOLEN or strayed, from Dirt Hole Creek :— One bay Horse, branded SG or Nd on near shoulder. One chesnat Horse, branded GI on near shoul ' E' der, and a crown on off shoulder. Also, . One broWa Mare, branded .WIDE 'on near shoulder. ? Any person or persons delivering any of. the said horses to the undersigned, will receive XI 'reward on each. MR. Db CLOTJETT, . ' Publican, Buthtirst, Or, . WILIIAM THEED,' Dirt Hole Ccetk, February 12th, 1852. , ., STOLEN OR STRAYED, :Tj-ROM thejunetion of Oakey Creek. Turon, a' 1? .dark bay Horse, small star in forehead, near hind foot white, heavy switch tail, saddle 'galled on the off side I of back; branded CP on'olf 'shoulder. ' If strayed a reward of £3 will bo given on de livery, and if stolen £5 on conviction, by Mr. J. MOBBS, blacksmith, or M*. S. HiiX, baker, junction of Oakey Creek, or Mr. j; GOOD, Cornstalk Inn, Parramatta. . : 10th February, 1862. , - - ? ' ,':'ON SALE, BY THE UNDERSIGNED, TXEMERARA. Rum, of 23, 30, and 33 O.P...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ENGAGEMENT WITH PIRATES NEAR GIBRALTAR. Southampton, Monday, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

: JJJUTISH TOftACTS. ENGAGEMENT WITH PIRATES ; . NEAR GIBRALTAR. . ; ' ; ?'? :(From-the Times. ).???? \ . /.'. - Southampton, Monday;.Nov.:3/ ? ; By the Peninsular and Oriental' Com- pany's steamship Mpnjrose,;we ; have-ad^- }^es Trom- Gibraltar to' the 25th ult.^arid Accounts of. an; engagement between her Maje8ly'8 steam-frigate Janus and the Riff pirates on' the 'coast of . Morocco, in which Lieutenant Powell,' commanding the Janus, was seriously Ayoupded, and seven of the crew more or leas injured- by the destruc tive fire of the Moors. ?? ???. It appears that'the news of the capture 'byj- the piratical^ Moors . of the schooner Emilia, belonging' to Messrs. Meredia, reached Gibraltar, on the .lGthuIt.-, and that several of the drew were wounded in at tempting to defend Her ;' and. there. being reason; to believe, thafc.sevetal other vessels Had been attacked and' captured, the Go .yernor of Gibraltar despatched \ her Ma jesty's steamer Janus on the ifth, if pos sible to recover ...

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A BILL FOB THE BLOOMER COSTUME. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

A, BILL FOR THE BLOOMER COS .!-.;' ;-'. ??::???::?;? ?'.i;'TiJMB'.''.'''-V :',,'?? (FromlPunch: )'. -- ; .-,:, Mrs.:Slrappery^ i ;r '-'? V:'-' ' ,-, .;? I ..::.. :;; ??-? .?-!- ?^?M}s;:DexterSrailb u^y-U-i:± -,,-;?'' ;-rl^^£:B. - Onejpair.df ,pettilo6ns,with niili-i '. . . :laryi braid; down 'the 'sides,' ' ; .T.'&c.'t.'.-.;v.:'J/:;i;../;iii.';^^;:~;2'''2 A^E^ir of braces to ;dittp^^.^;'^ 0 ;; 5 I A ipair of straps to dittd.'.-.i...'i.i ; 0 1 ,A ^Valencia ,'sil_Ic waiscpat cut-in ?- = ? the gent's'iast iashion.iw.ii..v ; 1 1 .' A r.ewi velvet Greek; pollsa^oajt';!:; i ; .'braided fandlined; throughput', .; .', ?.rwith-ijk'..'ii..:...'........'l«;.....;.' ' j 4 -4 I Cigar! case ifor the inside; pocket. ?' , v ofdiitto; ;;;/.....;.; ;.^;i..i.y^. ; 0 10 I Cigarsfor the sameV.;.ivV,'»i....i ... 6 2 I jfpinville tie,;bird's.'eye 'p^ttern'u 0, 8 ( P.air.of, ^ j?uck8kin'gldyes..-/.;i..v '0 5 1 [Walking-stick with! silver tdp.V. - 1 1 0 Beautiful:- \Cwazp ?? shirtj' with;.:, ; -8.tb...

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BLOOMERISM AND BUNIONISM IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

BLOOMERISM AND BUNIONISMH ' IMPORTANT MEETING OF t« LADIES. '...?'? 1 CFromiPunch.) A numerous and fashionable assembly ladies was held yesterday, at Phy]| Rooms, to consider what course it ^ be expedient to adopt in regard to J3]^ erism. ' Lady ,Parke Lane was voted into t ; chair, remarking that though she certaj- 1 had been in service as a maid-of-honoL. — 6he little thought ever to be a chairwoafe 'J ?Mrs. Tyburne said, the question bcfl-'11' them was one' which affected the wives -j -Hc daughters pf England. %J^ Miss Rhoda Edgeware thought it jf: fecte'd the daughters more than the wi,l,i ?Married ladies had accomplished 'theprf^''' eipal object of all dress ; what they ^bhE ] was' comparatively unimportant, execpfe1'' their husbands. i .' ; -MreV Wilton Crescent thought 1^ Bloomer costume decidedly a wives' quffi.l tion. The principal point in dispute tK '?' precisely: that, which had been the sn)sM ~~ of contention betweert man and wifefj| the beginning pf the world. B§ Miss ...

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SANITARY STATE OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

SANITARY STATE OF .BATHUBST. Considering the salubrity of our climate and the general freedom of our town from such public nuisances as are calculated to interfere withthe health of its population! such a heading as the above'must appear somewhat' superfluous. But biir; readers must, recollect that we have . frequently di^ rected their attention, to the abominable manner in which the refuse matter at the gaol is, from sheer necessity disposed of. Situated as the building is, on an elevated portion of the io\viv- and wanting every thing in. the shape of drainage, the only, way in which the foetid contents of its cess pools can be carried off is by taking advan tage of occasional floods or. rains, and thus turning it upon' our streets.' It is unneces sary to say that the olfactoriesTof the towns-. people are subjected at these seasons to a most trying ordeal, and that if Bathurst were less favorably situated, we should probably have a very different/ story to tell; How the health of t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

?vJMLlNtELLIGENGE. ?Robbery, erosi the Person. — Oit Sunday last the attention of constable II'Fadden was attracted to a prostrate body, minus a hat, lying in George-street, which upon- examination he found' to bo. that of Benjamin Molloy, the black smith. Having awoke the son of Vulcan from hia slumbers, and assisted him to collect his scat tered senses; it was found, that besides the hat, a pound note was missing. A few minutes after ?wanlBft man named Jojin Box'passed M'Cabo's door, whither- Molloy had been conveyed,, with the' stray beaver on his head, and as it turned out when i searched, the pound note in his pocket. Mr. Box was therefore immediately locked up, and on tho following day brought before the bench,-; by whom he was committed for, trial. , Lauceny.— i-Mary Tynan, a female servant in tlio: employ of Mr. Millar, tho landlord of tho ' G old. Digger's Arms,'- was charged -at Iho po lice ofilce with robbing her mistress. of two pairs of stockings, and two handkerchiefs....

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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 — 14 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal.   SIR, — Having seen a paragraph in your paper of the 28th of January, headed " Highway Rob- bery Again," in which I perceive that a man named William John Henry figures as the hero, it may not be out of place to afford your readers a little of my experience of this gentleman's late doings in this neighbourhood. About two months ago Henry obtained a ticket-of-leave for the district of Woollongong, and on his arrival made application to Mr. Chief Constable Davies, late of Molong, for a situation in the police, but being recognized at once as the man who shot at Major Bowler, on the Wellington Road, about three years ago, his application was refused on the grounds that, as he had made a very bad bushranger, it was not likely he would make a particularly good constable. He afterwards ap- plied for, and obtained a situation in the service of Mr. C. Elliott, publican, Woollongong. He had n...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

: SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ' .. CiJisABiNd Gold Vithobt/ Wateb.-^ Mr. Caryjhas,' wc.are informed; -forwarded '-an appli catipn'.tb.his ExceHency for a patent 'forlhis'new ijiVehtiPii,','p.f tho'success of which ho is Very san Ehirie'.-- Adelaide Times. Jan.' \6. ?.-!?''''.. .; ? -,iAKKIVAt pP;C0t0NEI. BOTTERWJRTH.'CB.— We ;hilve much pleasure ? iii'- aririouricing the' safe arrivaiin Adelaide .'of ;his ;Horibr. i Colonel Butter worih.'C.B., Goyernqr of Malacca and Singapore; Colonel liiittehybrth's. visit hbrpjbeing, . as.We'nre informed,1 -strictly ? private, anil for the solo' pur pose ,of recruiting his health, all official attention' to him — if it has been offered— lias beeri.-oVp'roi' bablyv would;_be,declined, ; and howovermuch;the - colonists ? :ni|ght have boon ^pleased -,- to, seb*his: ; Hbridr' recoivqd' in Adelaide ns he would have; , bsen; at Sydney, br-ns lie himself wbuld'havore-1 ceiyed any -bf liter Majesty's' 'colonial reprcsentaV I tiyes at his own ?hospitable '? abbdo, a...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

MOUNT ALEXANDER.             The following is an extract from a letter writ-   :ten by the son of an old and respectable resi- dent in George-street, in this city, addressed to   an intimate friend, also a respectable tradesman, in George-street. From the nature of previous accounts, we are not disposed t o think the pic- ture of misery and disappointment which it pre- sents, an overdrawn one. It is well worthy of remark that, notwithstanding the extravagant wages which were current in Melbourne only a few weeks ago, no situation of any kind, owing to the large amount of the return mining popu- lation, was at this date open to the writer, who   is an active intelligent young man accustomed   all his life to business :---- Melbourne, Jan. 30, 1852.   " Mr Dear Frank— I received your welcome   note of date 19th instant, immediately...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

? ^Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold -?? -m other metals in. any quantity. :'$f G. BROCKSTAYN, . - jS'ij Watchmaker 8nd Jeweller, - - jgjs ' Hdwick-street; , m . . ??? Bathurst. ' k -Sp8?''?1®11.8 nn^ Coins wanted. ,., : ?. - ?... , '$& GOLD! GOLD! ' ''. ? ?*i syer; brothers , ; prgWethehighestcash price for goofrclear y,#iainplcs. . '?''''.- ? ? . ; . :! &4th, 1851. .''„'?'' '!-??. ' rifcdersignedisaOAS&PURCHASERbf jLDmattiie^jU^, 1^ . :. '. Circular Quay. l' I !yt20th Augt., 1851. : __,_?_ l: I mdcrsigned is a CASH PURCHASER of, 'H i )LD, both at Orhrige'ahd at Ophir/ :1 ' JOHN BElSLEY.v . m Coacti & HorseB Jnri '.}. ilB . .. Orange. ; fl. — — ? — : ' .-; -?::.? '' .' ?': m GOLD! GOLD ! I:GOLD .! I ! M G. P; DJJNSFORD ,' , . - , ' ..:-. M !ash purchaser: or bathurst i«|§LD m any quantities.. . ? , cfiS tn-street. ' '' # . . ?IS large lurop as a specimen :wantcti.j, _,.:- 1 vs ' * * J ** * ? ? tef AUSTRALIA^ GOLD- V V :.; Undersigned is a CASH ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. FOREST GREEK DIGGINGS. January 25th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

'??: COLONIAL ^EfS.:f ; : Victoria. ,' ;' - - FOREST CREEK DIOGINGS. (Front the Melbourne Herald's Correspondent,) i . January 25th,, ,1852. a. _A!. movement in the right way appears to. be taking-place in- the disposal of the' police force, instead of them being all in one nest, a begin ning has .been j made to, spread them over the ground, from, the many., robberies taking place near to, and., about the locality of tho post office, and perhaps ameliorated by the late outrage upon ,the three seamon as stated in my lost.-^-Two' of the' police aro now in attendance both day and night jat' this spot, i Vi ; :????-.'? '? ? ; \ ??; ' It is to be hoped the benefit of their presence and assistance will not stop hero, but that: the ? whole of the diggings may share in the arrange ment.) An' outrage being' perpetrated, it is now much .too 'great' a distance to go even on .horse-, back to tho new location of tho Commissioners', tents. ! The total absence, of all protection except near the 's...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

. BRAIDWOOD. There is an expression! of Byron's, in Don Juan, that 'when things are at the worst they, sometimes mend.1' It has so happened with mat ton at' these diggings. Many have been growl-; ing for 'soirte; time past, and numbers have been on the' move. Mr. Commissioner King has set the place, to rights. . The illicit grog seller has found no quarter in his presence, as he. has se verely visited him, and he has likewise done his', best to control many bad practices. A committee of gentlemen at Braidwood had offered a roward to any one who might discover gold, in remunerative quantities, within a given distance of Braidwood. For some time past an old man has been observed to come into tho town ship with rough nuggetty gold' for sale, all at tempts to discover his 'whereabouts proved hope less, until. Tuesday last, when he was found in a ?creek 'about seven miles from hence, among the Budawang mountains,' hard at work. Thorowas .a quantity of gold in the cradle, and a piece abou...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. MAJOR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

COUNTRY NEWS..: ; :^v THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. , . (From the Correspondents of the Goulburn ., , Herald.) ' ' MAJOR'S CUEEK. ' 'Feb., 3. — These diggings arc progressing steadily, and from. the prospect in a rich dry bank which has lately been opened, it is expected that the back claims will turn out as prolific as those, at th&Turon. 'The water is still abundant, and many of the bed claims cannot be worked except hy -large:' well organized parties provided with, pumps.- The- land'lately purchased by Mr. Al; j»er is let to tho diggers on the same terms its Me Badgery's, which has given general satisfaction. It was. feared by some that a large fee would havo been exacted an consequence of the number of claims open and ready for work, but the proprie tor has wisely abstained from doing so; ??' About 500 licenses have been issued hero, independently : of the' Valley of Araluen and Ball's Creek, and it is not expected that there will be: any diminu tion jn the number issued, last ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

I-'--- :: SYDNEYJJEWS. ,,,ai,:, '?? 'Austraiasian Ieaqde.— rWo have been re 'qaested to publish tho following letter :— 'Cules- liil!, October 20. 1851; Sir— I hayb just received from'you a draft for £10, to meet petty expendi ture' 6n;my own part, -hs a mamber! of .the Aus tralasian League, and I suppose I 'shall ;. very shortly receive the letter of instructions you men tion. I hope I shall dffend none of those who have asked ine to watoh their interests in Parlia ment by declining to' accept any payment for ex jpcnses.ljnuy incur in the discharge of that task. ? SI venture to return, to you enclosed tho draft for £jOjrchich..you--sond-mo.— Gf-conrso'it~nray'bB' necessary for tho League to pay. their secretary and official agents, and other members .of the;, London board may see- no reason to. object -to, have their expenses paid, but as a member ?of. Porlianient I should feel, hampered and. fettered,' and -less able efficiently rind with the right pf,por-, feet freedom and-indepe...

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MR. ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER JOHNSON To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

MR. ASSISTANT COMMISSIOtfEB .«,-;??.-? '-: ;: ', JOHNSON.,..-. ,,-./...:/,:;: ,. . To the Editors of the Sydney Morning'' Herald. ' -JGentlbmen— : '.;'.'. ? . '??'.'?' .,'.: ?? ? .. ' . . ?-' 'I perceive by your leading article of Tues-. ?day, the 10th inst., that, Mr. Assistant. Commis- sioner Johnson isrepbrted to have afforded some ^explanation of his conduct respecting' the steps or rather the 710 steps he. took when atTamaroora Creek, upon, receipt of information, -that Mr. Carter had been robbed and Mr, Sheridan mur dered. His explanation, your article goes on to say, '5 has been received and is considered satis factory by his superior officers.' Now, I have no wish to comment upon tho facility with which, without investigation,' his statements appear, to have been credited. Bnt I have a desire, and -with your permission will indulge it, to lay tho facts of the case a second time be .fore tho public. And before proceeding any fur ther allow me to say that the particulars conta...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

EMLISH NEWS. (From the ArgvsyFeSt 2u) ?The Bride, which arrived on: Saturttoy p jj; brings' English news to the- B4tn- Ifo, §? Thanks, however, to the absnxd. rcgulotio S Government in preventing: iesioptera'f«B V, on. board immigrant vessels, ? ws wers tulm11 obtain late papers by her, au6t,'xa oar- wi|k| r are' incomplete, tho following sraBodpli ol English news is scarcely as- full ao wc'»8 '' ?wish:-,.- ..... v,-:V-;;.. B£ # The royal family were at Windsor, aalijJLvari joying excellent health. . Ejtj pi The following were the closing prica JE|r g English funds, on the evening of the 3rd, aftaucs in the Times of the 4th November : — ^L to 'The English funds have been very st(I|Lii throughout the day at the closing quototl«E|tlK Friday last. Consols opened at 97& to [mi to remained without variation up to the ckMlmii business. Bank Stock left off at 2Utol^Mdc Reduced, 96| to 97 ; Threc-and-a-QuartaK«E Cents, 98 to £ ; Long Annuities, 7 j iKstr Stock, 262 to 264- ; India B...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 February 1852

?SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.,, (From the. S. M. Herald.) . ARRIVALS. FEBRARUARY 5.— Oceanie, Belgian ship, 520 tons, Captain Rodon, from the South Seas. Pas sengers— Messrs. Pomar, Keppleman, Dhamis, Buchin, and Falkner.   : 6.-- Phoenix, steamer, 108 tons, Captain Ben amU from tho Clarence River. Passengers Captain Marsh, Mr. £. Ryan, Mr. Robertson, Mr. Malier, Mr. Strong, and four in the steer age. ' . ? 6.^— Neptune, ship, Captain Henderson, from Plymouth, 2 1st October, with. 275. immigrants. Surgeon Superintendent, — ' Leslie, Esq. . .7. — Mary Stewart, 73 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs M'Pherson, and child, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and child, Mr. billespie, Mr. Movlan, Captain Collins, Miss Collins, Mr. Cameron, «ad 10 in the steerage. 7. — Thomas King, barque. 345 tons, Captain Walker, from Plymouth th» 16th October. Pas sengers — Mr. Iiansdowne, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Cobb, Mr. Baker, Mr. H«ald, Mr. Marshall, Mr, Jervis. . . ? . ? ? . -. ? DEPA...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

COUFrMMWS. Mr, H.\non.ivES ajtd the 'Northern Gold Fielus.-^-Wo are happy to announce that Sir. Hargraves yestertlay reached Maitland on his way to the. various auriicrous localities disclosed- to the northward. As the result of Mr. Hargraves' prospecting toiir southward has been made pub lic 'by tho government, avc need not now advert to it. Mr. llargrnves loft S3'diicy a fev,' duys since for his nortlicrn tour, overland, jjroviiled with two men, pack horses, &c. ;' and 'Occupying a clay or two around Brisbane AYnter, lie ascer tained tlmt'tho '\Yyotig Creek, (flowing from the Hills to tho sea, and on which some time since it was reported gold had been found) was not an anrifcrous conntry, and that any gold found thero musthave been taken there first. We believcMr.'H. leaves Maitland this morning1 ' for the Pnterson, from whence he will' make his way over towards tho Company's stations, Port Stephens, and thence willtako the ' bridle path 'to' the 'NewEngland table.land. Th...

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