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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. ''?; (From the S. M. Herald, Feb. 24, 1852 J ? News from England to the 24th November.had. been received at California via New York? Tho omVextfoct which the papers beforo us contain is one from TAe Times of November 19th, rela ?ting to the reception by Lard Polmerston of some deputation to thank him for his interference in ' procuring the release of Kossutb, which we give in full. ?-?.???;.? LORD PALMERSTON ON%HUNrGARY. (From the Times, Nov. 19.).. The deputation \yaited upon Lord Palmerston at the Foreign Office, Downing-streeVceusisting of Mr. W. Shaen, Mr. P, Barnes, Messrs. D. Han-is, Green, Brown, Jtimes, _ Janson, Mudie, Moore, Wakelin, Medley, Fit, G. Rogers, M'Laren, J.- H. Parry, (barrister) Piko, T. Lewis, and C. H. Lewis. : ? Mr. D.'Harris then read -to Lord Palmerston the following addresses, which had been agreed nt a very largo public meeting, and which his Lordship' had cotno up from. Windsor expressly to receive. ? . . ? . . 'To the Right Hon. Lord Vis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

RULES OP THE AUSTRALIAN JOCRlH club. , *? TCBMSHED HI AUTHOBlTr. H MAY be ohtained at the Office of the BaMA Free Pfess. hH ~ - ? J. B. KING, B , STATIONER ANQ BOOKSELLER, M _ GnORGE STREET BATMJRST. Kg Opposite Mr. Syer's Stores, Agent for JlJ| Almanacks. H ON' SALE, a superior, assortment of Sfl TIONERY, Novels, Romances ? Tho .Istand2ud series of the National ftiMff Books . W& Cai printers' Spelling Books Ws Mayor's ditto jrffj Johnson's Dictionary, Table Books, Slatos, ]M Pencils and Slatn ditto, 8tc, Ktc;, &s. f| Australian Geography . l§ Drawing and music paper BI Camel hair brushes H Drawing- pencils fl| Milton's works— Byron's ditto— Arabian Nirfl i —Valentine Vox— Life in London— GolS Malvern — Disgtace and Poverty— . LorsH Stratagem — Tower of London— Lady of (Eg Lake — Marmion— NovfIs — Romances 8:e.ifl| Catholic prayer Looks— Missals Hi Harden of. the Soul &c. . - H| Scotch bibles, and prayer books ' B .Church of England prayer books H Church serv...

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OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

opgiR. / ???'?''?' ;?'?' ? [raoH oun'owa-.coBRESPoxbEXTV] As great, numbers of diggers havo loft Ophir for other places, thero is very littio to' communi cate. A party at Golden Point yesterday got a nugget weighing. 27 onnces, for which the sura of £80 was o fibred, but as they wanted £85 it did not change hands. A Court of Petty Sessions was held yesterday before Meisri. Hamilton and Korr, J.P.'s, when the only cases on the list for disposal were two for nssault. Ono was dismissed, and the other settled out of court.. ..-??-.-' ; Tho water-hole, I am happy to inform you, will soon bo a hole without water. Mr. White, I understand, expects to have it completely drained by Monday, when operations will be commenced which will quickly verify tho success or failure of the undertaking. The machinery by which the ^ water has been drained is ingeniously construct ed, and appears to be quite Original, although Mr. White says that engines somewhat similar are nsed in mining. To adapt the pre...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

- , WEEKLY CALENDAR. ''ITT i I'. ? h. jr. nv ? m. rr.v- ' m. Feb. 28 S. 5 J ??£&$-! 6 . . 39 8 . 0 29&. 5 . 47 6'.. . 38 9 . 0 ' Mar. 1 M. 5 . 48 6 . . 3610 . 0 2T. 5- 49 6 . 33 11 . 0 3jW. 5 . 50 6 ?? ., 84 12 ?. 0 4lTh. 5 . 51 6 . 32 73 . 0 .. -5'P. 5 . 52 6 . . 3114- . 0

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MR. HOLROYED AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

;.' MR. IIOLROYD AND HIS CONSTI '-.-'?? -' TUENTS. On Tuesday evening last tho honorable mom ber for Bathurst was mot by about 50 of his con stituents at Mr. Whitton's ?? Commercial Inn, to whom he dolivered an address, in which he re viewed his.-votes in .Council, and referred to se veral local and general measures which ho par rjbsed .advocating; during the forthcoming ses sion. The first question touched upon wna -education, ond his amendment for tho equalir zation:of educational grants, on the basis of the last census of the ^population. Ho then on itended for tho necessity of military defences for tho colony on account of the gold disovery. The compulsory .pre-payment of letters, which, comes into1 operation on May 1st, he observed was 111 adapted to tho circumstances of tho co lony. After a passing notico of the Marriage Act, ho commented upon the unfair treatment experienced by., this district in the government refusing to forward, unless at. tho expense of the inhabitants, o...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1852. MR. ASSISTANT-COMMISSIONER JOHNSON AND HIS APOLOGISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

THK BATHURST JREE PRESS. 'MA.QNA E8T VBtttTAS ET PEiEVALEBlT.' . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1852. MR. ASSISTANT-COMMISSIONER JOHN ? , ? -SON- AND HIS APOLOGISTS. \Wr, are glad (o perceive that Mr. As sistant-Commissioner Johnson does -not stand alone in the world— that desperate as his case is, there are n few sympathetic ?souls who, regardless of its merits, stretch out the right hand of, fellowship. to save; Vim. In truth, we were Winning to feel Jiall sorry that not a scribbler was, to be found, who would take up. cudgels in his defence.' Happily, however, several ? knights of the quill have- rushed into ar mour simultaneously to do battle for him. Two of them adopt the 'woman's style of argument, and decide, .with admirable ?coolness, that Mr. Johnson is right be cause he is right, and that, therefore, ac cording to. the simplest rules of logic, the Free 'Press and Mr. Samuel are both wrong. Now this conclusion may appear ' as self-evident to the editors of Bell's Life ?in Sydney as...

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M. KOSSUTH AND WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

ll! K0SSUTH* AND WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR. . Tho following correspondence has taken place betweon M, Kossutli and Walter Savago Landor : — , ? 'Winchester, October 25. ' Sitt — It is with a peculiar satisfaction that I accept the address from the citizens of Bath, at tho head of whose names 'I find ono so distin guished, and so-long familnr to me, as your own. Be sure that the sonjimonts you express aro thoso which havo ever animated mo in all my efforts, and in every trust which my countrymen have confided to mo. 'Social order' I believe to be consistent alone with constitutional freedom. I havo sought to ensure '? tho one by strengthening and enlarging, in peaceful and legal. methods, tho other. In this I have boon consistently, supported by my. countrymen ; it lids boon all wo aimed at Your allusion to tho potentate to whoso firm arid upright demeanour I owe so much, touches feelings of respect and- gratitudo-- which can never :bo effaced. I havo tho.- honour to be,: sir, with feelin...

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A REPORTER'S DODGE [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

A REPORTER'S DODGE The Insolvent Debtors Court. — The examination of F. T. Fowler, a repor ter, whose application for protection was op posed by Mr. Sargood, on behalf of an at torney employed by the insolvent to bring an action for libel amnst the Daily JVews. Fowler, it appears, afthc time of the delivery of the Bishop of London's charge, went to his lordship and obtained permis sion, with two others, to make six copies of the, charge, for the London press, which copies, were to be left in his lord ship's hands. A seventh Copy, however, was taken unknown to his lordship — the examination of the insolvent ? contin ues : — ( {' Pie supplied in all about twenty copies; His leaving the six copies at Fulham Palace would have prevented an ticipation, but he did not tell the Bishop of the seventh copy, nor ask leave to take it, as the idea of leaving tho six copies was his own - suggestion. When he first applied to the .Bishop; he bad no engagement on any paper in London,1 and acted only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

[Advertisement.! UNBLUSHING EFFRONTERY AN D FALSE HOOD UNMASKKD. MESSRS. MORGAN, WHITE k KENDALL. BEG to call the attention of. the Business people of Biithurst and the public generally to a most impiulont nnd mendacious effusion which- has latterly appeared in the Bathurst Free Press, sieneri by '? Ht'nry Rotten, Mail Contrac tor/' nnd to iniimato that if disposed to enter tho list with th.it unscrupulous gentleman anil fight him with, bis own weapons, the vilest verbiage, of Billingsgate would only be suitable to the con tention he seeks to wajre.'- First of all they wish to impress 'most distinctly on the public mind, that the whole, statement from first to last, is a gross and wilful mistatcrnnnt of facts, and a most malicious and infamous libel. , ~ In the first place Mr.'.Rotton wrth a conlnpss pe culiarly his own, observed that thu advertisement of himself and partner which sometime affo ap peared in the Sydney Morning Herald, bad no reference to us, but that to use bis own s...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

Imining intelligence. *m the turon. .. , ??M''8 ° 'as^ °' n0 mean difficulty to hope Jjttj st despair, and on re-perusal of our last , Egg i article, we are free to confess that operated Drill ^ tD0 &dver(9 clouds Which hung for a 'Jtolover the prospects of the .Turon, we had pwied a picture, some of whose darker shadows ' jKuoold -now feel disposed- to soften down. jHBpointaenf, sickness, hopo deferred, hard Bl|, discomfort in some cases, in others abso ?Hniaery— many of them caused, others aggra jplby tho recent floods, had scattered dismry Jfefe't tho Turon diggers generally as well as E |sjness people of 'the place, many of whom ffl iRined that thoy were not clearing their ex j|l Tlio publicans, as a body, 'looked glum j| gh. Somo of them who had previously M lied their weekly incomes by hundreds, V |l empty bonches and full kegs, and talked MMjringly of tho fineness of 'the past weok's KM. People wsroieavitiir by scores and hun Mldaily and nearly all talking of approach...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

' COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. (From the Correspondent 'of the Goulburn Herald.) BltAIDWOOD. Althongh the number of diggers at Bell's and Major's Creeks is visibly diminishing, the success of those' who remain continues uhdiminished ; in 'fact, I might say that oh Bell's Creek more gold has been procured than when that favoured spot attracted so much attention amongst the gold ?digging community six or seven weeks ng'o. Last week a man named Corrigan, with a party con sisting of eight, -procured 12 lb. weight of the precious metal in four days .! This was sold to Mr. Goulding on Saturday, and at a later hour the same day Corrigan was fortunate enough to to procure 15. j-'ozs.*, which' was disposed of to Mr. Richardson in the evening. His claims are si tuated below the junction, and the richest part of them is supposed to' bo tho bank of tho crock. Jobson's party continue to.- bo very successful. Their hole is a difficult ono to work, owing to tho porous nature of the banks, ...

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COUNCIL PAPER. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS. GEOLOGICAL AND MINERALOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. CAMP, near Currugurac, July 18, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

COUNCIL PAPER. ' GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS. ^EXTEACXS FSOM THE PAPEB3~IiAID BE POBE COUNCIL.] ' :GEOLOGICAL AND MTNERALOGiOAL SURVEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 'Camp, near Currngnrac, July 18, 1851. . GOLD DISTRICT In obedience*, to my instructions, I procecdod *a Satiirday, Jfcy 10th, to Coombing, wlwro I met Mr. Hargraves,. who showed me about four ounces of gold, said to havo been procured at -fho junction of Lowis' Ponds with the Summer Hill and Frederick's Valley Creeks. I met him again 1)7 appointment on tho 13th of May, at G-yong and accompanied him to Yorkoy s Corner, where I found ' the Messrs. ? Tom and 3Lister at work, procuring gold from tho bod of ?the creek. ? - The whole country from.Gyong.to the junction ?-of tho two creeks above-mentioned consists of elayslates, traversed by naraerous and -largo veins of amorphous quartz. ?Having washed- several pans of earth and found gold, independent, of the evidence of other .persons at work,. Mr. Hargraves deft with tho --intention of ' comm...

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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 — 28 February 1852

ORIGINAL CORMSPONDENCE. To. the Editor of the Bathurst. Free Press, and Mining Journal. Sir— Allow me, through your columns, to set tho public right with regard to the rather sudden and melancholy death of a young woman named Pox, in this neighbourhood, on Sunday last, for I know that erroneous ideas exist respecting tho sad ovent. On Wednesday night, the 18th ult., sho was seized with labour, and according to her mother in-law's account, had a 'good: and quick time.' On Thursday she seemed very well, nnd on Fri day got up and sat near tho fire ; in the evening she became unwell, and when in bed was deliri ous. This Btnto was succeeded by convulsive pa roxysms, or as her friends say ' fits.' No improvement took place, and at noon on Saturday a state of- insensibility ensued } after this I was sent for, but expressed my opin ion at onco about the utter hopelessness of the caso, and though I used all tho curative means my experience suggested, the poor young woman nover rallied, and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

sgE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold ^ndothermetalsn^^ntUy.^ $ Watchmaker and Jeweller, ?| Howick-street, $ Bathurat. I B ^Specimens and Coins wanted. 1-1- ? |j GOLD 1 GOLD ! I SYER, BROTHERS ||lL give the hlghcstcash price for good clear He samples. ? ,. ^Bnst 4th, 1851. \_ , S GOLD 1 GOLD ! ! GOLD III', $ C. P. DUNSFOKD M CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST 4 SOLD in any quantities, miliam-street. ? _ ' m A large lump as a specimenwantetl. ffl AUSTRALIAN GOLD. ? %, undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of ?ijftOLD to any amount. |f 0Ij 7 WILLIAM CUMMINGS. ^gar Creek, Jnno 26th, 1851. ? |l GOLD. m imflorsigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD ft)UST in any quantity. M THACKER & CO. || 541, George-street, Sydney. m WELLINGTON GOLD. if A. WHITE is a Cash purchaser of Gold at iMMontefiores. m. 5th, 1851, ? . .' ? m- ? — — ? ; — m GOLD ! GOLD ! 1 GOLD ! ! ! . H mr. austin ? ;.; .; Bepared to purchase GOLD in any quantities Hm the worth of a SHILLING to a THOU HB) POUNDS. The highest price will i...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST ASSIZES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 February 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE BATHURST ASSIZES. Tuesday, February 20, 1852. (Continued from our last.) The Court opened at the usual hour of nine. His Honor decided about One o'clock to go on with the Civil Cases, and to let the remainder of the Criminal Cases stand over to the following day.     The first case called was that of CIVIL SIDE. HOOLAHAN V. HAYES. This was an action for the recovery of the sum £36 13s. 4d., alleged by the complainant to be due to him by the defendant, for services per- formed by him as clerk, accountant, and general agent. Mr. Holroyd, assisted by Mr. M'Intosh, ap- peared for the complainant. The hon. the At- torney-General and Mr. Sergeant, for the de- fence.   The defendant pleaded first, that he had paid the complainant all that was due to him, and secondly, that even if he owed him anything for wages, he had supplied him with, goods to more than that amount. From the statement of complainant's counsel it appeared, that in...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. ABERCROMBIE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

MlNXNrT INTELLIGENCE. ABERCltOMBIB DIGGINGS . . Tho California party arrived- in Bathurst on Thursday last from tho, Tuo'na' Creek with 77 ozs. of gold, which, with 3 bzs. sold , on the.diggings, mado 80 p7.s. obtained iii 12 days, of vcry.coarso or nuggctty gold,' similar' to ' that from, 'Ophir. One of tho party called at our joffica with his share, consisting of 25 dzs.i which he sold to Mr. Austin, and from. a; cbnyorsntipn ?with htm, he appeared rcry sanguine '''about the prospects of the Tuenii diggings and tho ncighbouriug country. Another sample of 24 bzs. was shown us which bad been procured by two mon in a fortnight en the same creek, on a newly discovered point, within about a milo and a-half of Mr. Smith's head station, and sittiato underneath a bald hill, which is supposed by good judges to be very rich in gold. Tho ground in tho vicinity of tin's point has been pretty woll prospected, and whero evcr it has been trisii, gold haa been found in such quantity as to afford ...

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COUNCIL PAPER. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS. { Burrandong, near Wellington. October 27th, 1951. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

''COUNCIL PAPER. j GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS. ] [XXXBACXJ TBOK THE TAPEB3 UUD BE- \ FORE COTTXCIE-J . | 1 ; i Copy of a letter from the Geological \ Sureeuar to the Colonial Secretary. Burraadong, neat Wellington. October 27th, IS51. Sir I have the honour to forward you my third report npan the geological strnc ture.of. the colony of New Soatb 'Wales; with the request that yoa will lay it before the Governor-General. j I hare delayed sending it for some 6ms ] in the hope that I should have received the man? whereon to hare coloured so much as has been surveyed subsequent to my former reports. Tftts shall be daae as scion as I am in receipt of them. My work being still confined to that portion which is -'termed the western gold. field, I may add my testimony to the daily development, of the riches of this portion of the colony- There is scarcely a part wherein gold may not be found, and it is a remarkable fact that in the richest locali- j ties there is rarely a trace of any other I metal w...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION SCIENCE LITERATURE AND THE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

ORIGINAL -.CONTRIBUTIOmE^ SCIENCE LITERATURE AND TIIF.rlM ahts... wm Under a titla bo comprehensive, wo liar: KM difficulty in assuring our readers of a petipJH supply of interesting matter. So nbsorbcJ/fiBI over, aro most Colonists in the delusive pumHRic lucre, that wo doubt much, whether this p»i@ltc addition to our columns, will secure fur -eB|h0 incrcasoin the estimation of our-:snppoiJBHh ought wo not rather to have Enid— 'in tlieflHo ber of our subscribers 'f?7 ,';'''' I '.'?',? BW1' ; Wo are all it must bo confessed, too bni]|H too much occupied : in moncy-gotting, toHB' time for Jliterary or scontic employment. ItHK, ; sake of literature and 'science, what has Ik^B, yet done ? Its middlo classes aro nn intcIt^B15 : and a thinking set of men. V In its; higher d^B —we' found ?tho'so'po'BscsSirig 1lio cducatiowl^B'11 vantages, which tho UniYcrsitics of thet^B kingdoms aro so capablo of .conferring. yigHifl point moreover to men of our community iHB largo fortunes. By. a recent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

rELEGANCE, EXCELLENCE, ASdI .:.:. /ECONOMY. 1 . ;SMITHERS AND PUGF, X*TB HENRY HAYES AND CO., j '.:' ? 41B. Gbokge-strkbt, 1 'DESPECTFIJLLY intimate to their ntin, J l\j patrons ami friends in Sydney and thi J out the Colony generally,' -that thp wcll.kj business will in future be -.parried on nitM above-named firm. ' The.y beg to solicit,,* tiriuance^ of those kind favours which hM wards of ? ' '» TlIIttTBBH TEAKS B have k» pt the establishment at the vory|,.R the Tailoring Trade in.this Colony'. If t|,,M form.ances.pf Uie past can be accepted asafl factory guarantee '?' for thosb of the tM Smithers and Pugh flitlcr themselves tk9 need have no fear as to the result of tliis,.M for the confidence and patronage of a disce-M and. appreciating public. V Having from the very outlet had the bJ tcnilenco and sole management of the -'nM hitherto known as H. Hayes and Co's, anjM is only altered in name, . and not in -.raufeJI in the worhing department, it will be their »l desire not only to...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 March 1852

WEEKLY CALEXDATC. -3. ?* ' J. ? &«-.]. -,|- , ' ? n. \ «jt. in' -oil. it.- . w. Mar. 3W;' 5 . ' HQ 6 '. '.'H 12 . 0 ?4;Th. ;5.-' *. 51 G - . . 32-73 . 0 R P. 5 . 52 6 . 3114 . 0 6S. 5 ? 52 G . 3015 . 0 7j*. 5 . 5.JJ 6 ? . ? -28 16 ? . 0 8 31. 5 . 54 fi . .27 17 . 0 I 2T.. 5 .' 55! 6 . 2G18 .0

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