ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Jou... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 223,075 items from Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
223,075 results
MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

SIB. MORT S PRODUCE SALE. Thdhsdav. February 12th. 1832. ' 'WN, 10. bales wool 12id ; JS in diamond, 8, 12jd., 27, 13jd ; XYZ, 6, (grouse) 73d, 5, 13|d ; N, 12. 13W ] Ifield, 18,'Uid ; AMD. 21, u|d ; AMD over r, 18, 14jd ; RT, 15, 13^ ; HS in square,' 4, (broken) lOd ; 'M_t& Ly, 11, (hand-. washea)']2)a; 'JOS, '22, 13} ;' C, 3, (skin) 10'fd; F, 2, 12$ d ; W&Eovcv'o, 1, led; K, l,.'(loclis and broken) G$d ; RH, 4, 6gd ; W over nit, 1, (handwasheil) lOd ; m, 1; (locks anil fleece) 8jd ; W, 1, (wished looks) 9 iil ;' OHO, 1, ll^d ; ML conjoined, 1, 7d ; JOS, 2, (locks) 8d; E, 2, (greasy) dp, 2, (ditto) -8jil,' i, 13jd ; A in triangle, 2, ll;}il ; Euromeda, 7, lGd i 'WAI over nsw, 1, (mixed) 8c\ ; -D, 2, 8j-';: A, 1, (locks) 8d ; FAI, 18, U]lV; 3E over n in diamond, 6, ]3^d ; CYV over ii, 2, 15d ; DJMC, -6, (pieces) I2i ; AMD, 1, (looks) 7$ ; Fif, 2, .-? (damaged) 14^d ; Field, 1, (broken) 9*d ; ?W & E over p, 2, (pieces) 10M ; P.M, 4, (skin) ?I'ofd ;' \V,'2,' f2...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

'PRICES CURRENT. -woor» \ ' . . ' s. 'd. s. ',,d. .y '?Superior clips ., ? 1 5 jto'O 0 Fair jto jroodj ? 1 2.|. to 1 _3j - Low.to middling ? 1 Oi to 1 2 Grease '.:.'.'.' i. :.:.. ....\..V0 5} to 0 8} Locks,, pieces/ 'broken I 0 8 to 1 0 wool, &c.'( - * } ? Hntidwasliod and scoured .^l -.1 'to 1, 6 ? - 'TALLOW. ' ; ^Beof ? .'. '£26 10 0. to. ,0 DO Mutton ? £27 10 0 to £2S 10 0 Station tallow/... £22 .0 0 to 24 0 0 .-Hides, each ? .'. ? 5s. to 7s. Gd. ?Sheepskins, ip- lb ? 3£d. to 5}d. COM). Dust and nuggot3, ^ oz,, 3/. 6s. Cd. to 3?. 7s. 2d. THOMAS'S. MOKT. . Circular Quay, Sydney, Feb. 7, 1852

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

rSYDN£Y^KWS. ' PRODUCE CIRCULAR (From tiic Empire.') There is no novelty in our Produce Market ?this Wek, prices remaining much as last re ported ; good wools commanding an active com petition, and realising full prices; whilst inferior ?areon^v-saleablcntratesrulinj'frornls. ld.to l's.2d. Acconnts by the urnlc to the middle or Wovem-. ber, via Port Phillip, (from England in 75 days)' ?show that tho wool market -was firm and the ?-higher classed wools even a littlo in advance of the prices obtained nt tho opening of tho' , sales. . | Tallow saffered a reduction of Is.. per cvrt. pi last' auction, owing to the fall of that article in; the English market. 1 fifties and sheepskins are much the same— the' latter very Ealeablo at high prices— the former; onfjr to bo got off at a shade below- what -they; wero bringing a month ago ; this too in the lace1 of better accounts from home. j It Is rumoured that ah alteration is' cbritenK plated by tho Banks as to tho mode of theirj advancing upo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

COtOMA;LMWS. ' .;?? VICTORIA. Lynch L,uy at *thb Dicjgtkgs.— A. corres pondent writes .us along* letter of complaint of the pr jyalence of rob'Bory. and :riot at the diggings. Ho enlarges upon the misery of working , (ill day and watching all night, 'and, upon the irritation natural to boing continnally haunted by a set of sfloundrols. nloffimr 'ivibliprv mill mnrdnr incHS sriritly. Ho tells us in plain terms that the pro priety of the establishmeiit of the system of Lynch law, 'fiii ling other protection, is being generally canynss'bd. '-' lie says, .'I havo' beeir solicited to join in adopting the Lynch law system. ,Lhaye. not given in. my adhesion yet, telling tiiem. I sliall; not dp so this month, having paid fora license for protection ; ami that when,! do join them,''! shall on principle, refuse, 'under any pretext,', paying .any .license fee wliatover.'' And! would1 usk, why 'should I, if I am compelled to associate with my fellow diggers fov our ov/n, protection, pay to Gove...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. £? ?§ '???-? s a 9 B ? .- * .. , .« , ,, I . ' , ' . n. I jr. n. m. n. ir. ffeb. 18 ,W. 5 , 88 6 . 5027. . 8 . , . 19. Th. H ;'?: 38 6 .- 49 i»: . : -8 1 ,$0F. 3 . 39 6 . '48 f» . 0 '.. , &1S. 5 '? 40 a* . 47 I . 0 J32&. 5 . 416 . 46 2 . 0 ?33 M. 5 . 42 6 . 45 3 . 0 24T. 5 . 43 6 . 44 4 . 0

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1852. THE COLONIAL MAGISTRACY [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

?THE BATHURST IEEE PRESS. - :-'*»UGHJl K8T VBEIXAS ET FRJSVJLI.HBIT.' ?WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1852. THE COLONIAL MAGISTRACY A history of our colonial magistracy from ?tha day Governor Phillip planted- the Bri - tish standard on the shores of Port Jack son, to the present hour woul\ form a curious, and not an ? uninteresting volume, and if there is. one fact which it would tend to establish- more fully than another it is ^his— that, the- people are the source of all rational liberty. Any man who has resided 8 dozen years in this colony, and given the » elightest attention to the current of events 'must have perceived a gradual change for -the bitter in the conduct of public business at, our'- courts of justice. He must have observed that the despotic and tyrannical bearing which had been nurtured into es jsterioaby.a penal atmosphere has given ?way to a more gentlemanly and becoming demeanour in .our magistrates generally, when administering the awards of the law, -arid the high beh...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

SYDNKY MARKETS. Whrat :.A-*d . GliiiUN.— Sydney 'Flour Mills, Feb.' 13th— -TrYlicat comps to hand slowly, in cou scqiierico of -wtiicJi former prices are steadily .maintained. ;Fl0ur!c6ntinues'finn at 1 list week's quqtatio.ns, viz., fiiie, l£J3,'SflConds, £\V per ton. Briirij Is. ;6d. ; per htishel. ;. T , Barker 'and Go.'s Mills, Feb. i.Sth.— A tolerably-, fair, supply of wh'oat lias been receiycfl this week at the mills, at 4s. '6(L'*t6'4s. ;l6H. per biishel. In flbar'nq al teration has been madei Bran 'remains at Is. '?Gd.- .per bushel*-. .Victoria Flour Mills.'Fcb. :13th.— A largo iStipply of client has baen -received this week; prices rang? -from ,4s. Gd. to 4s. lOd. per bushel. Flour-rcmaiiiifirm ht- £13 for fine, and j£li-':for -seconds.- 'Bran, is. 4il. to Is. Gd.per LiisVel.': : ? . .Bis.cnii.^-rT. .Bavker and Co.!s cabin, 23s; ; soco'ncls, ,13s. per civt.' .Wilkie's .cabin, 23s. ; pilot. 20s. ?; 'sliip's, 18s. per, cw,t. 'BitEAt)-:4'cl.-tho S'lb. loaf. - FortAOE and O&...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

SETTLER^' 'WHOLISSADE - ERlbE ; CiJE *??' ?::-??-?-:?? ??' 'mnrv*^ -:i, '??''. -: ????? ? ; ? ;\Vheat.^in thisTOUrlietisiles-^ -4si.-to4s.:tiod.'peribiisfiel; ; -:-: '; ''' , ., ' ' j 'Flour.— At the Slills is still ,quoted,-'flne, £13 -,; ?andlsecondsV^H-pcr ton. -^ ' ? ? ' ' - - l . : ? - ;? i , jMaiztj.r-'Vrery.'gpodi isiworth Ss/to'Ss. 3d.'per' 'feushel... ???; '';'.:??: :,:]-'.'',,'?; _'? -,? ?.,';. ;.:? ??'.: 1'; *'.??! --^ v' '? ' English- 3}.arldy7--Saleable, -at .from 2s. .4d. : to ;2s.~6d. per bushel.:'. ' ' : . ,'' . V .' ' -1 ? ??' Gapo' ditto— Will ??'realize*- 'about tho' same; .'prises.—.-.; v- ?'';!.( *?/.?:?-.- ??; v:';;*-;-'; ?,;*'.;; ??:? ;?????'?'?'. ''i* ; rHay^This jnor.ning's.snpply was-very limited,; 'tiyeragihg frdmv£5 to £6 person.; . : . ;, v , ; Bufter— Salealilo at From JOd/tp,ls- per.lb. . ! Chfcbsb'-^If;'!:6bct^iswoVthJab6ut'7d.'pelr lb'. '?' j Bacon and: irrtms-^Sdarcd ; arid : iii clomand, at ; about 8d. per lb.ir; :-V -;; ; ?:'.?.,??:;. - ?'-'.'?.'-...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

GOLD SALE. , I beg to'hand you the statement of this clay's sale of gold, and have the.satisfaction ofreport inj;.a continued rise in price. Tlio, quantity which cahio to hand shows a considerable increase on the previous , -,veo'.;, but new purchasers coming into the market, tiic lots were eagerly sought-after. There, aro extensive orders still* orfha'n'd, at a 'high limit. I therefore anticipate a further rise, and previous to the sailing of the General Hewitt and Blackwall, high rates will be obtained.,- ? ? The reports from our various diggings are fa vourable, the \TOtcv3 at tho Turon aro rapidly de creasing, alargc amount of gold may be expected by 'the next Escorts, taking tho' number of our 'po- pulation now at the mines, all of which are more or-less flooded. I do not think'our Southern friends have much to boast,about. £ s. d. Lot 1. 37 6i. 11 clwts. Braidwoad colQ, Flavelle, Brothers, 3/. Gs. 4d ? 124 10 9 2. 64 6z. IS clwts. 12 grs., ditto ditto, Flavelle, Bro thers,' 3/...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

MINING INmLiaENCE,;^ THE TURON. The decline of the fortunes of the Turon ap pears to'be proceeding with rapid strides. Some; of the points are now entirely deserted ; and ex cept'that tliey bear the indelible marks, of recent and astonishing industry, are restored to their pristine solitude. One by one the U'nts disaj)- : pear, team after team leaves the nlace with its human freight, and by sure, but net slow de grees, the people mult, us it were, on; of siglil, us if, by some operation of enchantment. The numerous discoveries recently made in other lo calities, very naturnlly attract those who hare, been 'driven fron their vicinities Ly their sup posed poverty in the most precious of metuls, ip ii district in vihich it was bclieyeil they were most abundant. But now that this is no longer the case, we must await the arrival of a home or a foreign ' population, and bo satisfied . wiili our share of the general prosperity. hucky-Poirif',. wp arc told, is* 'completely deserted. : -''Mo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH EXTRACTS. SMOKE COMMUNICATION WITH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

BRITISH EKTMCIS. SMOKE COIIMITNICATEON WITH AUS TRALIA. The ears.of the delicate aro sometimes shocked by a. certain vulgar, but expressive phrase, namely, '' to choke off.' It is a metaphorical form of speech, evidently borrowed from the vo chbularvof tho sport called ' canine :' and in its primary sense denotes the act by which a dog, in fighting or badgeri-baiting, is compelled to let go his hold. ' ' . Such boing the etymological fact; tlio Admi ralty issues, an advertisement for tenders for a ? stearn cp'rh.ijiunication to Sydney, at intervals of 'two' ''rtiontfis, by the Cape of Good Hope, at a )sp eetl of ei'.Ht and a half knots per hour-';, which 'Mvertisoitt'enr, .according to the civic -corrcs-: ; .pondent of the' Times, 'is lookdd'uponin tho city, ? ~a&' perfectly .ridiculous,', as,- probably^ ,']this para *gmrjh}'(-vjH bo'by those who see a want of conncx ?loH jn;if j'and ? will not rend on for tha explana tion' therepfi 'But What act, of tlio A'dm'ralty's is not...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

FlbR'MSirdR THE ASSESSMENT oTlP ._ STOCK. &c.f may be had at this oCP Bathurst, Jan 1C, 1852. f ? HASSAN'S WALLS. |g TpUE Proprietor of the 100 acres of land f,H .?!?: .''S: the Bathurst rondiat Hassiin'sfl $ fcnown its T&enan's, and adjoining Mylecliin! S [nn, informs the several applicants tlnn 'fi low prepared either to let, ihewme for n i, \* ' rears.or disposo of the feo simple. A pou,- - :ho'lana is cleared, well-waigred, and is v ;' iligiblespbt.forji House of call. ^ ApplicatioiiB' 'stating- terms proposed,!, i .ent;to B. G^RODD, .300, Pitliktreet, &J I jr to ...-?- ''' w HAMII^ON STEPHEN. Esq., | . -,? 1-. ? ? :, ??-.:.?? - Solicilu f|' 26th Jan.;1852. . , ; 'B'* jj RULES. OF r-THE AUSTRALIAN JOCKE I .' ?;. :?;? ppiJLisH^D irr^Dfiioaitr. | Vpl^ba .ibtained at lKe;dffice of the BallM JX Free Press. . 'Jm -'.;: ',:;';:: ? M MESSRS. ASHE AND CROAK1-R g I(Im^ ^U^d -'Jih. instructions fronil nt'i'.sn?^IjrgP Stores ' B .':.;,': i' rDurfiam-slreet.' - RE ' ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ABERCROMBLE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

THE ABBRCKOMBIE DIGGINGS. The diggings on the Abercrombio Kiver and its tributary creeks have latterly made a very small figure in the public prints, for the simple reason that there has lieen little of importance worth chronicling. By degrees (certainly rather slow ones) however, they aro Yforking tueir way into public notice, and it would excite no surprise in us, if at no distant day, they became i the seat of a prosperous digging population. It is well known that the diggers of the Abercrombie, the Tuena and tho Copperhania Creeks have been principally supplied by raw aud inexperienced arrivals from the Goulburn district, who, having satisfied them selves by scratching a littlo on the surface, have, ?in many instances, 'either been wholly unsuc cessful, or only .partially successful. It was not to bo wondered at, then, that tho wide-sprend famo'of''tho Turon, Braidwood, and the Ma jor's Creek gold fields, to say nothing of tbs as tonishing doings at Ballarat and Mount Alex ander...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALAVERAS COUNTY MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

CALAVERAS COUNTY 1UNING. (From the Altet California, December $.') The 'minors of Ca|aVeras ? County hold a moot ing at Mokolumno Hill- on the 30th ultimo, and adopted.tho followink laws regulatlfig mining in that district. Tho Chronicle of that place, ears they wcra passed as resolutions to tako the .,?.-.?. — ' — : ? ''!1 I '.r place of those previously reported and piibr iished :^- .' ' , ? . : ??' Pkcsolvcd, '.That all claims in hill, placer,, gulch, or other digging, shall be 20 feet square, or 400 superficial fect.;- ' -*'?'; 2'. 'The discoverers' of now diggings,- not to' exceed four in riuaiiier, in .diggings' uxcieiling 50 fc'ct in dep'tjij shall be ? entitled to double claims;. * ., . ? '? - ?'? ' '? 3. 'Thediscoverorbf now diggings under 50. feet in depth, not exceeding three in numbar, shall Ijo allowed ddublo claims. . r- ? ' 4. ' Tunnelling companies, working in any place not b'oforo prospected, shall bo entitled t- forty feet in widtlij extending through the hill in a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS.' - BoAitDixci 'a StiAveh.— One morning;, as the ship's bell struck six,, the' look-but at the mast-head ^ung out ' Sail, oh!' ' Where awa^y.?' srtya ;the officer of the watcji. 'Eight away on tlie '' .-Idrbpartl* bovy,' gays Hie man; :Down. dived the! oincer to the captain, who was on deck in a' triie.' 'All hands make sail, ahoy !' ' roared,, the boatswain :and mates and up ; tumbled every mother's 'soil' wlioHn'okeX biscuit aboard. The 'hammock's were: 'away, every sail -was' set alow and: aloft, anci'; we stood 'towards 'the stranger with a. light' breeze. ,The morning' being ? '? hazy- ;\v'e; , couldn't make : her out very well 'frpmitiie; forecastle, but as th'e s'tm '.got .higher up'j. ; the mist lifted like^a curtain, and' there was.* ;tlie craft, cracking on, and ; flying . up ; ri^ht .intpthe jvind's.eye. ;She :wa3 a large'tlfree : masted lugger.; her side-ports dotted with' i brass guns, which 'glistened like: 'golden, 'spots in the bright sunshine....

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. iThe Adelaide Chi'onicle, from a daily paper hiis been nccessiatedfrom the rnigration of '-work- men and tho stagnation of business in ;that city to limit its publication to twicoa week, Mondays and Fridays. Steam Cosimcnication with the Dio gisqs. — It has occiirral to us that the establish-;, ment of a steamer, makiug a trip onco a waek between Melbourne and. Port -Adelaide, would be of the greatest bonofit to this colony. . Sohio of our readers may stare at this aad say — what ! would yon give greater facilities for par popula tion Reaving us ? - No, )y-o 'answer, they. will, in '?fact; go in spite of all wo can clo ; 'but we 'want to-briiig Melbourne nearer Adeliiiile, arid to es tablish such a constant cohimttriiedtioh. iis . will; enable us to .participate mpro.fuHyin'thp Uonefifs' of the gold 'discoyqrics. inillnStr--tibn^yo,§hall snpposo-th'at-the' gold Svns 'discovered iti'tlio'Jl'ii-; tiara country, north of tho.Murray,. ,or any otiior-; distant 'locality ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

ENGLISH MW% (From the, Argus.)' : lor fijtes of English papers by thOjDuke of ?ford extend only to Nov. 3, not so latl\byvse 61 days as those received by the Bride. ^Phey ibly some intermediate news, however, of which Bextract the following items. '?,...'-'? ?;?; ?..?' -.'?' ! if ho Cologne Gazette, intimates.- tTinttho/irn:' Huing crlsis^'M France,' has determined Ger By to prepare armaments -and concentrate lops on the frontiers' so as to remain on Her urd against any military propaganda;* ||ho Times shows by inferences deduced from SlBogistrar-Gfenerars returns, that the 'popula- m of England is 'not diminishing not with- H-lii'K the recent partial famine, ? cholera/and Hkration. ? : -.''??'? '.'?' ' ''.'£K ':' Hhesarae journal thus announces the transfer Blr. Hawes,- and the' -appointment of Mr^I're HckPed to the Colonial-offlcd :— Thd.Eiglit m. Liwrenco Sulivan, after serving hiscpuntry n credit for' inorc thrtri forty yoars, has retired n a pension from tho place of Dsp'uty Sc...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

; ; : ; stulkn oh stuaykd. ONIS roari Hohe, branded RY off Bhoulder. \: ? ?'';.'.-.':, ?-'?- -;:- - ?-?'.q:. ?'::..; ;-;?:?? Also, one black hbrso. short cob ciit tail, branded TJ ' under - saddle, 'a' id W on i-'off. aide of tlio. neck.-'' ??'.?';''??.?'?.?.'..''?''. ? ?'.,.' ';?.?.'???',.;.: :,''- Any person delivering the said hors'w to Mr. Simuel Jcnner, Black Bull Inn, Balhurst, or to tho undersigned, will deceive £1 reward; or, it' stolen, £5 on conviction of tlio thief or tliieves. ' * - . !?' G^a,M«CaAE. .February I7lh4 1852. ' '?' :i ' '? DPBOLSTERY.,' ? ^ x-:~ WltUAM MAKSDEN' begs io'Jipprue the ? I'r^-iJuDlic of.lJAilmrst. that lie';lw% recom inenced businessi.i ili« a'ujve liraiichi'iin'i is now ready tu'execute onlf-rs^ .'-..''? Mittraisi-sand P.li.isse». Iwtli h?!r-ftnd woo!, supplied un the shortest notice, and tiie most rea sonable terms. ? -..-.- ????;?: ? ? '* i®' Take notice. Business premises, Bankea* street, near Jeffries' Inn,, .:.'?' ? . Batbuist, - - - -.--??...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALIFORNIA. SACRAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

^.CALIEallM.'' SACRAMENTO. ? ' . (From the'Aita,- Calif jrhiq, Dec. G.J '' PifiOx HiiiL': iDiGQwds.— ^Many of our readers whoh'avo boon', out. as' far as ,''.Thp Fort,'- have undoubtedly .-.-noticed |a - high conical! peak in the foot range of hills, Avliiph skirt tho.base of- the Sierra Nevada. . .This is the fairidu's. '? Pilot.Hill,'.' t no nignest- point' 'Uot ween tndnortuvana soutu forks of the American. '.' . Arottnd, ;.tEo Ijase, ; and shooting down its sides, are'numerous ravines, .mnnina; towards tlioTidrtli' fork on the' wes%: anil' 'south fork on ths oast. The. muiti: iayiho runr n:ng along the base on the inorth iside^is in.tho wet 8:ason'donsely popuintod, the diggings in tho ravines and Vicinity being, very 'rich.- . Mucjvdirt' lias been thrown Up all-around' the baso, of' the hill, and in' ?*' Hndtin^'s Kavme,' ru'ithjng .to wards tho south fork, and .' minors are now .re turning from tha river diggings wli'oro tlioy have ?pruned tho suihm'r and fall, : -.to scqurp t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE, February 13, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 18 February 1852

:? LOCAL INTRLLIfrENCJi. ? .POLICE OFEICE. '' FfionuAET 13, 1852. Master and Sbbvant's Aor.— Cumminps v.i Lowe. In this case defendant was charged by Mr. William Cummings, of Clear Creek, with ab sconding from his hiretl soTvico. !&x. Eflntosh appeared for compltiinattt, and Mr. Wadeson for defendant. After some conversation, the com plainant agreed to withdraw the information by defendant's consenting to pay the coats of the case, £2 15s- 6d., and to return to his duty. ? Peter McGrath, a shepherd in the employ of Mr. William Cumrnings, summoned that gentleman under the flamo act, for the payment of £5 18s. 10d., being the nmottnt of threo months' wages. It appeared that M'Grath hired with Mr. Cum mings on the 14th September last, for threo months, and that at; tho expiration of that time he was charged by his employer with tho loss of thirteon sheep ; but on condition that ho would engage for two months longer, and behave him self properly, tho sheep were not to bo charged...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x