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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CARCOAR GOLD FIELD. Belubula River, Friday Evening. February 13th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE CARCOAR GOLD FIELD. Belubula River, Friday Evening,   February 13th, 1852.     In my former communication from Carcoar, I stated that it was more than probable that ere many days elapsed it would be my pleasing task to announce the discovery of a profitable gold field in this quarter, and I hasten to furhish you with as hurried, a description as time and circum- stances now permit. A German gentleman, having been prospect- ing on the Belubula for some time, induced par- ties to proceed to the locality where he was at work on Mackenzie's flat, about nine miles from Canowindra. On arriving there, they were much disappointed at not finding the auriferous wealth report had assigned to that place, and having met with a series of mishaps on their journey thither, they determined on returning, following the river up as far as practicable. The parties referred to were the same that prospected on Mr.Icely's estate. On their way hom...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST ASSIZES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH, 1852. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

LOCAL; INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST ASSIZES.       Thursday, February 19th, 1852.   (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson.)   Major Wentworth, Captain Batty, Mr. Lee,, and Mr. Lowe, took their seats on the bench du- ring the day.           The barristers present were the Honorable the Attorney-General, Mr. Holroyd, and Mr. Smythe. Solicitors. Messrs. Serjeant. Wadeson, M'Intosh, and Greer.               The usual proclamation having been read by the Clerk of Arraigns, the Court was   opened.   In the case of the Queen v. John Hughes, Mr.   Holroyd applied for restitution of the sum of £11. 69. ,6d., which had been taken from him by the Chief Constable on the night of his appre- hension. After some discussion between the learned cou...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. LOUISA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 February 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE, LOUISA CREEK. The following letter is from an anonymous correspondent, but as its circumstantiality affords evidence of truth, we give it publicity. ' In a lat number of the Bathurst Free Press, I see tho report of a woman and two children   having been drowned in tho late flood. This is news to us on the spot, who are quite ignorant of the subject; your informant must have made   a mistake. We have had two very high floods in this creek, caused by heavy thunder showers, both of which brought down large quantities of gold. The next morning lots of people might be seen picking it up. One man obtained upwards of 6 ounces in this way. On Friday there were no less than fifteen informations for sly-grog-selling exhibited at the police office, Avisford, before E. M. Bowman, Esq., J.P. and A.G.O., and F. B. Gibbes, Esq., J.P., in most of which convictions were obtained. An cxtensive seizure of spirits, &c, was also made a few days sinc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

' t-; FOR SALE, ' A'N Excellent Piano Forto. . ? ASHE & CROAKER. Feb. 23rd, 1852. - - on Sale by the un dersigned, DEHERARA Rum, of 23, 30, and 33 oiP., in '?' hhds. and puncheons' MartelPs Brandy in hhds. Geneva, J DKZ, in cases and half cases Extra t d!abs'iiihe, inl-doz. case] Gleh'livit whiskey, in barrels Hunt's and Sandoman's single and double dia mond Port, in quarter .casks and 3-doztn cases Pale Sherry and Madeira, 'm quarler casks Champagne and Claret, in 1-dnz. cases Byass's, Barclay's, and Ashby's bottled Ale and Porter, in 4 and 6- doz. casks - , Giq'gcr Wine/Cherry Brandy, Peppermint , Cloves and Lemon Syrup Zebu, Pampanga, Tuu), Mauritius, and Com ?/?*Tn»ny's -Sugar .' , Iioaf and, Crushed loaf Sugar Hj's^nskin'and Congou TeaB, in chests, ha'.vti anil quarters ' - Negrohead ;'and Colonial Tobacco Manila Cignrs , - ? ' Washing and baiting Soda, Tnrhric acid and Cream of tartur WhitoT Jamaica Ginger, and every description ' of spico I A largo quantity of pickles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

Edited, printed, and published by WimUV^S11 Fauband, (solo proprietor), at tho BathcetJj j Free Pbess and Minino JonnNAt, OffitfpjJ! William-street, Bathurst, Now South Wnly a Wedneedar, Februnrv S3, 1932. [' \

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

MR. MORTS PRODUCE SALE. TnuRSDAr, Februaet 19in, 1852. H\V, Waterloo* Mills, 11 hales handwashed, at 18d ; WG,'8 at 12d ; I. FIELD, 8 skin, at 12± j AM, 10 at 13jd ; CxC, 28 at 14d ; M*M, 8 at 13jd ; RMcK, 14 at 13jd ; JSPC, 10 nt 14d ; WAI, 10 nt 13d ; EU, 4 at 13 jd ; IIS, 5 nt 13d ; AM, 11 nt 13± i 51, 6 at 14d ; IML, 5 at 13 Jd ; CxC, 2broken, at 10£d ; S, 2 at 13d j JW con joined m diamond, 1 at 12id ; 'A, 3 at 1 Ucl ; R, 1 skin 8^d ; ML, 1 black, '10 jd ; WT, ,1 locks, 7^d ; J, 1 skin and fleece, 9d ; WOR, in dia mond, 2 at 13|d ; same mark, 2 locks and pieces, 12d ; G, 1 locks, 9|d ; same mark, 1 greasy, 7Ad ; IM, conjoined, 2 locks, 4$d ; samo mark, 3 greasy, 7d§d ; H, 48 greasy, -G£d ; 0, 24 ditto, Ggd ; JOS, 10 nt 7d ; ML over Y, 1 locks, 4d ; JOS, 1 dittoed ; D in circle, 2 locks and pieces 6jd i PP, 1 locks, 7d ; HSin square, 1 fleece and locks, at lljd i H, 1 locks, 7$d ; W, 1 ditto 7d j JML, 1 locks and fleece, 9d ; NPB, 1 at 15id ; J, 21 at 13d ; AS, 3 at 12$d ; JM ov...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. THE VISIT OF THE PREMIER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

?original contribution. §§E VISIT OP THE PREMIER TO THE &SIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. Lord John Russell's miBsioa is said to bo peca food by tho crisis which threatens tho stability [the French New Constitution, if not to involve fence, in a repetition of the revolutionary scenes Itch exncllcd her late Kins.' and proclaimed ifms Napoleon President. Bo the mission of the g ilo -Lord for this purpose or not, the position of |l lirs in France is sufficiently alarming to call » every aid in averting tho approaching. diffi- §j ty and danger. Such a work is worthy the i mts and interposition of tho Prime Ministor of 1 gland, and if this be Lord John's, important 1 ugh not ostensibly revealed office, who does W, wish His Lordship entire succcbs ? glint why, our roaders ask, .shonld Franco rc ||ro the aid of, the English or any other Cabinet in her own ? Wo conjeeturo that tho want of Ki interposing party is felt, in the 'titter absence' Ijpnion, amongst the varions fragments of t...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

'.SYDNEY ''?'NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ' (From' the Empire.) Tho same indisposition oxists on tho part of bnyers with regard to low and medium wools, but good clips aro sought after at excellent prices. Tho Catalogues showing tho close of tho No vember sales arc to hnnd, thero was, however, no apparent alteration ' in prices as compared with the opening' of the sales. 'In my last report I mentioned tho rumonred alteration in tho policy of tho Banks with respect to gold ; itis.now understood that thoy decline, making advances against . gold, but are open to purclmso on Bank account. It is hoped thattho operation of the rnensnrc will bo to savo the rato of Exclmngo and turn the attention of onr merchants from gold baying to the purchase of wool and tallow. Gold commanded 67s. 2d. in the early part of (ho week, but tho movement just alluded on the' part of' tho Hanks has depressed prices from G6si to 66s. 6d. ' . The account sales which have 'been received front England scarcely show so ...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CUR REN'1\ Wheat is in demand nt from 4s. 3d. to 5s. per bushel. Flour remains at £13 per ton, f.no ; and £11 seconds. Maizo is vory plentiful— prices ranging from 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. English Barley— Limited in sale at from 2s. Gd to 2s. 8d., Cape Barley will realiso from 2m 4d.' to 2s. 6d. Hay— Tlio market very barely supplied ; prices varying from 5/. to Gl. per ton. Butter is worth from lOd. to Is. per lb. Chccso — Sales aro not so brisk, and prices on the decline. Bacon and Hams— Vory scarce, and in great demand. Ejjgs are saleablo at about 1 Id. per dozen. Calves. — Nominal. Sheop will sell roadily, if voiy prime. Bullocks— The present .supply Li moderate ;? good beaata aro in demand. Tallow contmues limited'in solo at from 27/. to 28k per ton. Hides — Vory 'saleable, and no deviation in prices. Tobacco—Large importations of American to: bacco have arrived during, the wfiek, and prices aro on the decline. ',U'''^'j \- ' HE.VR? FERRIS, '' '^'...

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

, PRICES .CURRENT. .WOOL. , .' '.. -!' '. b. .d.. :',i.\4. ' Superior clip3 ? 1 5, to O; 0 Fair to good .'. ? I 2i to 1 3j Low to middling ? X Oj to 1- 2 Grease ? i;....'.... 0 5-toO-8j'r Locks, pieces, broken) n . ' -' ' wool, &c. | 0 8 to 1 0 Handwashed and ecoured . . 1 1 to 1 ? 0^ tallow. _ ''' , Beef ? £26 10 0 to 0.OO' Ifntton ? _27 10 0 to 0 0, 0 ' Station tallow . . £22 0 0 to 24- 0 0 Hides, each, ? 53. to 7s. 6d. , Sheepskins, ^ lb.' ? 3 Jd. to Sja. *_« -GOLD.. s Dnst and nuggets, v °z-i 3/. 6s. Od.- to 3/. 'Cs. 6d. ' ' . THOMAS S. MORT. Circular Quay, Sydney, Feb. 20, 1852 ' x

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Pedestuian Fjsat.— Robert Manks completed the great task of walking 1,000 miles inl.OOO half-hours, on Friday morning, on tho Oval Cricket ground, Kcnnington. Manks continued his task .with : wonderful courage, his feet .being covered yvithisoros, until tho close of tho Hercu 1 le»n task. — Ibid. , Tub Drama.— Mr. N. P. Willis, in his Home Journal, expresses his conviction that tho opera'1 has superseded the drama. Year after .year wo havo fought against tho conviction that the great days of the stage w'ero past. Season after season wo have hoped that the long-expected revival of tho lifo and popularity of the scene would appear but we havo waited and hoped in vain. Tho ma nagers do all thnt tho resources of their profession.'1 will permit ; -but they have neither materials to1 supply their demands, nor popular taste to second their exertions. -? Wo know nothing more remark ablo than . this sudden sinking down of n great department of mental art— this entire ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

WKF.KLY CA.LBNDAH. . a.' it. it. w. ir. m. iVtt. 23 W. 5 -.; 44 6 V 43 3 . 0 ' *fi 111. 5 . 45 G . . . 41 8 . o ,S7iF. 5 '. 46 6 . 40 r . 0 88 8. 5 ' 46 6 . S-- 8 . 0 39 i. 5 -. 47 fi . 38j 9 . 0 }£&. 1M. 5 . 43 5 . 3510 . 0 3iT. 5 . 49 6. . 3511 . 0

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COUNCIL PAPER. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS. REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR GENERAL ON THE GOLD FIELDS OF BATHURST, WELLINGTON, &c. Surveyor General's Office, Sydney. Oct. 16. 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

COUNCIL PAPER. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS.   [EXTRACTS FROM THE PAPERS LAID BE FORE COUNCIL.] REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR GENERAL ON ; THE GOLD FIELDS OF BATHURST, WELLINGTON, &c. Surveyor General's Office, Sydney. Out. 16. 1851. ?. Sib,t— As you are aware, I proceeded, in ?obedience to the desire of his Excellency the Governor, expressed in your letter No. 61-268, and dated 21st May, to ascertain t-y actual survey, with as much accuracy and with as little delay as possible, the ex tent and productiveness of the gold field reported to have been discovered in the ?county of Bathur6t. But as your letter had reference to localities much more extensive, ?while the means of proceeding at all could scarcely be obtained for money; the sea eon of the year being also most unfavora ble, little or no grass remaining on the ground ; I had more inducement than even ;the motives of earlier days to devote all the ^energies of which I am yet capable to per form this duty without delay. I ha...

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SATURDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

SiTOEDAT, 2l8T FRBnUAUT. His.IIonor took his soat upon the hanch at tho usual-hour.;- '.V'- ?'???;? ?'. ?:-'. ?::?[..-/ ':r '.' ., ?':.,-. John : Poisloy was brought forward,' and dis-.: charged upon his ownrecoffnizances to appear when called -m to answer the charge/of horso etealinz on which he was nrraiirned on tho 19th.; It.will b'o:romombored that .the jnry. who tried this caso, oftor being locked up, were unablo to' come to a decision upon tho guilt or innocence of the accused. , -, HIGHWAY ROBBERY WITH FIRE-ARMS       George Bentick and George Bartley were     placed at the bar, charged with having, on the 4th day of August, 1851, made an assault upon one William Bell, the younger, a carrier in the employ of Mr. T. D. Syer and his partner, and   with having taken from his dray 60 shirts of the value of 5g. each, and 3 cases of the value of 5s. each, the property of the said T. D. Syer and his partner, one of the...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

GOLD CIRCULAR. I Bend you my weekly statement of tho sales of. gold at .auction, from which it will bo seen the rise in price I anticipated did not take place. This I attribute to tho banks having, for tho pre sent, ceased to make- advances- on gold shipped, and by their agents coming into tho market at a fixed rate. ' Whilst this stnto of tlungs continues it is not possihlo to say at what rates gold will rule, but ?in a short time' English capital will find its way to Australia, and tho permanent value of her new product will bo determined. £ i'd. Lot. 1. 2Ooz8. 10 dwts, Titron . - ? gold, W. Nash, £3 6s. 6d ? 68 3 3 S. '42 ozs. 10 dwts. ditto, J. M. Smyth, £3 6s. 3d. 140 15 8 , 3. 64 ozs. Braidn-ood gold, £3 Gs 4d. ?. ? 212 5 4 4. 42 ok.'. 1.2. grs., Tiiron, , 5['ArtIiur and Atkinson, £3 6s. Id. .....'. ...... 188 17 2 5. 62 ozs. 5 .dwts. ditto, M'Arthnr and Atkinson, £3 6s. Id. ? .. 205 13 8 6. 38, ozs. 12 grs., ditto, £3 6s. ...-. ? 125 9 8 7. 44 ozs. 17 dwts. Flavollo Brothers,...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

' 'EXTRACTS. TiOKES. — During the past week the police havo beerfinformcd of three men having been killed by tigeri at Singapore, Eyo Chu Kang, and Pyah LdbaH * It is estimated that at least ono man is killed -daily by tigers in this small island. The government some years ago reduced. the reward for'killing these animals from 100 dollars to 50 dollars, because they appeared to be then pretty well extirpated ; but although they have again increased to'an nlnrming and destructive extent, the government reward still remains at tho mini mum.-' Experience has shown that the reward of 50 dollars for each tiger killed is not sufficient to tempt natives to devote themscives to tiger hunt ing in Singapore. Government ought thereforo to try whether n higher rcwaul will not lead to this.-^& Free Press, Nov. 7. ? On Friday last a tis;?f was' brought to town, having been caught at Tuloh Buddoh, in one of tho pits constructed by order of government. This success has en couraged tho ' aut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

IE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold ? .? ? , - UPHOLSTERY. aDd other metals in any quantity. WILLIAM MARSDEN begs to apprise the G. BROCKSTAYN. VY public of fialhunt that ho has recorn Watchmaker and Jeweller, menced business in the above branch, and is now Howick-street, ready to execute orders. Bathurst. Mattrasses and Paliassc*. both hair and wool, ,B.— Specimens and Coins wanted. ? supplied on the ihortest notice, and the most'rea . — — ? ? ? — ? sbnable terms. ? ' ' GOLD 1 GOLD ! .' ggy Take notice. Business premises, Rarikeh SYER, BROTHERS street, near Jeffries* Inn, ILLgivethehighestcash pricefbr good clear Bathuist ? igust 4th, 1851. ? L___ GAIfcJED AND MOKKILL'S STOKES. IE undersigned isaCASH PURCHASERof ?' ' , \ , AT BATHURST, / . € GOLD OUST at the highest market rates. ( kbxt door to mk. Arthur's inn. 1 B. CAMPBELL, ! ? I7INE and, Seconds Flourcan be obtained at the sfi Circular Quay. f} ubovo Stores, at 1 2s. per 1 00 lbs., above Syd 'ffvdney, 20th Augt., 1851. n...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1852. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST ASSIZES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1852. (Continued form our last.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

THE BATHURST HUE PRESS. ^KAQKA KST YBHITAS ET PILSJVAUJB1T.' 'WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 18S2. IMAL INTELLIGENCE.' i , _______ ? ' '/ ' BAITHURST AS3IZE3. . ' . Fbioay, Fbbhuaht 20th, 1852. .( Continued froin our hat.) , ? - BORQB STEALING. .-John Peisley wa3 ngain pl.ico;! at th« bsr chargod with stealing- two horses, on tho l«t Hay lost, from Mount H'Quaria, tho ;propcrtT of Mr. Thoma3 Weavers. Tho prlaonor pleaded 'not guilty,' and wa3 defended !-v Mr. Holroyd, ? Tha evidenco won. to prove,' that in April lost tho prosecutor missed two hordes from his run at Mount M'Qaarie, ono an ogart horse-branded Jif, tlis other a younger horse branded ON on tho near shoulder. Somo timo last .winter ?(witness could not fis tho precise time) a peTaon narnod Evans saw tha prisoner Pcisley driving seven horses, which ho said bclongad to Mr. Watte, and further tol.l witness that ho was taking thorn *o tho Abercrombie. Among them wero two horses very similar in many respects to thoso -missed from tho...

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Monday, February 23. WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 25 February 1852

MONDAY, February 23,     WILFUL MURDER.   Thomas Wilmore was again indicted for the wilful murder of Phillip Alger on the 20th of November last in the district of Wellington. The prisoner pleaded not guilty and was defended by Mr. Holroyd, at the request of his Honor. The   extraordinary circumstances of the case had at- tracted a painful interest in the minds of the public, and the court was thronged almost im- mediately after the doors were open. The learned Attorney-Gonoral opened tho case   by referring to its main features, and begged that the jury would endeavour to discard from their minds all impressions they might have received out of doors. A statement of the circumstances he was aware, had appeared in the public prints, by which their minds might be infiuenced. As an institution the press could not be valued too highly. It ought to be free as the air we breathe, but in its freedom it was not unaccompanied by...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. IRELAND. THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

EMT1SII EXTRACTS. -- IRELAND. ? -.-- ,,'. THE EDUCATION QUESTION. . (From the Times 's Correspondent. ) Tho Queen's Colleges, it would appear, are, after all, destined to outlive the storm of bigotry raised against thoso excellent institutions, and to carry out the end for which they were designed by the great statesman now no moro. Tho Bel fast Mercury , of yesterday, has the following most satisfactory observations in reference to the official account of the distinctions gained by a numbar of these students in the Ulster College at the commencement of tho third session. They will, no doubt, prove extremely, palatable to the firebrands engaged in the futile' attempts to un dormino mixed education by tho establishment of a ' Catholic University' :— ' Tho attendants of students (says- the Mer cury) and their mixed aspect, as being -of all tho leading denominations, nro exactly what might have been reckoned upon, if the universal voice had been favourable, an:l the public had novcr bo...

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