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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

THE CAPE OK G;JbD LlOPr THE KAFIR WAR. (rron (he S M Ilciall, l\b 2G, IS .2 ; V.) the nil of MiUid we lme nttivid files of Cijio linn imlGnlnmi livvi j niriiril-. to thr 13:b of Di'ocmbor, being one week 1-ilcr than our p evi his ith icps i\tfiriiH'nj T «n, i very 'urin£'it meisuir 'tlic Gunpnw 1 r ind I ire armi Oulilincc' hid b en piochmc 1 1 li It. cst nitclligcneo n c rived there from K-tfirlnnrl, continued lo be of tlic most mis ill Tutor) c 1 trader. It cons ? qnenco of tho wi hlraval of so 'urge a bm'v of tioip* (11 ndilu 1 in our former sumoiaiy) from lha iicg'i'joirlinnd of ih» \\ ilerkloof f)r the purpose of crosii ig iho Kn, ho Ivifirs who rc nnin in or upon thu borders of Iho colony, .lmd boldly recommenod Ibc-ir syjtcm of plunder, and were driving oflT tlio ca4tlt of tlie firmcrs wit 1 impunity. A largo Kifir; npoor of horSiimon Hccompninc 1 t-) n email nbi) par y 411 fo t, ira's eri'ii ntnr the K wnap apparently jmssin^ into Ilie rolnr.y ; nn-1 mischief was drcadod by ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

''*?;. otn : ay Nrws -1 IIa'I3 JKK R jck Diqqp 03 — Pvoplo pro com in }}pist jiaa da 1^ in nivno.ib iur tho H Migmj RiiA,.* .fch.i^iL Cil|fjininiis j)TSS*l tip two 01 th eo dnvs azo, mil wj^ONpeu Singleton niij Ks3iimo' 11 wofe lively a'ul bisthr^ tlwm tei than it liils recently enioyetl A man turived hero from tho Hanging liockon Hondij, and shotted 11 ounces and some giams of gold uhicli he jhad dug up there Wo heir there arc up w ai ds of 40 cradles (n goodly nurson) locking there — Alaitland Mercury * MvtTi,AVDrG6i.D Poi-cn\sa3 — B 11 ing tV last fortnight Messis D Cohen and Co hint piu chased j about 300 ounces of goll, n» J.J J per o inco j nnd Messrs D nnd J Dickson Iinv c purchase! 53 ounces, nt prices vnry in,' fiom £j 2^ in the'oaily pnrt, to JEJ 33. and £3 4s latterly ibid 1 i,o At NeTj Gold TrrLD Njsar Bhaidtv ood — Infoimation I113 renehed us tliroagh sevunl souices, that successful diggings Ime been com moncod 'on tlio'lutlo ltivtr, abant tweh' Tndes from Biaiinood( Ih...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

V VNT I)T' Ml ^^^ LAND Wh~At nor V\n Dii vn n L\-h — \i oi'T tli' i^ncult 11 il p )diu s Inm om colonies 1 itch cs.1 ilnted it tho custil pill ice, wo wish to cull ittcntion to a sample of wneit «'iit bv Mcs 1 = \1 Piipi )ti md Iiintu ot Holurt lo \n inn e hibifel by then i^uit, JIi W Iimeis of the Corn IXt'i m^o Lonilon V-rc havo beci I ivoti cd with a small simnle of th s whent to which a pii e mid il was aw 11 lc 1 on account of its ^ic it benu ) nnd wei^nt (fj-hb pel urijicri il hiisliel ) It lnis sr-l lorn fallen It 0111 lot to handle 1 finei specimen and as it is of t'io fi't mipor 111 e that the T nplish inimci lio il'l 'sccui ns fir s pos iblc, tn best I ind ot seed vie hope tT nt t us niticc of th sinijle oi v licit sen*- o\cr 1 ?\fc=si -i I'lieison ul 1 1 mei will hue flic e Feet of c ui'iiu: a ti 1 il to !)-? m ido of its 'in 1 lulih to oiti climic — 7ie'/ a Mas -jci, Oclo Ur, 27 ?

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THIRD DAY. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

:Sl !!;THiRB;'DATi;/;;''';':'' ? :u:; ?(, :'?:?; f :??) ; ? n ? -;ii -,.;: ;-,??.-?:? Is:; c ,. ,...;, ... „.,.,„: ..rXinST.IUCI. „..,,,„„,, ,„ i-'; :THE iBATIlttRST^Tbw'HiAPLATR.iiOf 'p75 Soveroignp,',^ith a-Sweepstflkes;of; 5 Sovereigns addedi-.'.for.all.horses, ^weight ,for ogo-;',tli.-JiwM- nor ofjtlio'jGold IDiRger's Ptirseivto^ carry! not ex ccoflingi7ilbs.'; attho diaeretion',of,r the Stewards, ' to ho. declared-! on tho second night of j tho ..en trances. ? rlThroovtimos rlroundivtlitf course.1,:.! En- trance £7. .V.s;!u-,.;'5i; JnaHoi) .vt/T j 'SlrVTaitVGortkck^CM'Gilrry)''.';^?'.'^';'.' 1 j ? ; ' Do pioiie'tt's ??EitHb''lJnKn''C.vratthews)'i'. .'-2 \ ' ?' De'Clonett's;LftrryO'.Gaff;!.i..!:i... -I.1'. .-v'.'i'.;;dr.' ' Aaron's Welcome ? ...,;r.;. ;'.JV dr.; Little- JiiKn r obtained . the. start; by 'several lengths,- but wiis quickly passed by Cossack, who kept the load at the -pleasure. of his. rider, 'nnd cantered' in a winner by ten or n dozen lengths. The ovent: was- ha...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

EN'GLISn NEWS. (From the Empire.') ' The Btnto of Hungary wns most ?unsatisfactory, nnd the gjorernment organs admit that it wns much ngitoted. Tho system of expulsion was still, carried on at Vienna on a grand scalo. Tho correspondent of tho London JDaity News, liad .veceived notico to quit within twonty-four hj:ns. Tho Gibralter CtiroHicle, of the 17th of Norem T)er, states thatthe rnmonr of a sonousinsiirrectiou * in Morocco was much exaggerated. It appears there were really some disturbances, 'bat they ?wero unsttonded with tho important circum stances frrst reported. Tho Moorish soldiers who had booR sont to tbo BiflF country, for the pur pose of rescningihe British snbjects, who werein ?the hands of tho pirates, ? had returned without neemnpllshing their object. .?'?;.- ? Tho Berlin journals .'of.. tho 18th Noyombor nn- . Tiounce that ono of tho , Messrs. 'Rothschild had left that city for London, to nog:jtiatb the'Ioan of 21,000,000 thalars, authorisod by. the Chambers in the...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATILURNT TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

^IJ(iAL-IN:t!a,L[Si''NCK.-;--: ' BATHTJRVr:TOWN;ALLOTMEXT-. ) ??? \ Hesult )0f the sale of Bnthurst: Town Allot ments, held nt the: Police Office* Balhurst, on Wednesday, jfebruary IStli, l'flO2. . Upset price, £3 pcracrc.. . . .'. , ' ? , . Amnnht Lot. Extent. , Purchasers. reaiisc!-l. n. r. p. '''?'?'? £ f. 'd. -;-l'.-'0'' 2 -0. John ITc'riry-.UurnSidc'' SO G .8 2. ^0 2 ; 0' Henvy Staplers ? ;;..: 15 -;C ,8 3. 0 2 0 James Yaughan ...;.' 2G- 0 0 A.'fQ '2 O^Jolm Chippemtiilo '?? .V ir.! C ' 8 S. 0 2 0 du ? ;; S3 13 4 -G-i-0 2-0 John lleiirv ''liui-nsido1 29- G; 8 V. 0 2 0 Josepli'iNItiVjran ??;. .'. ' 22 '13V 4, 8.:;0\-2 -O'Anron ' Gaiiisbourgh ... 9 ' 0 :q '?? -9.-M 0 - 2 ?0'l'li()!!v.'.:!lJ6bihson.r..-.:. : ' 9 '13' 4 10. -0 2 0 Tliouuin iMuri.'. ..h... ''0 G ' ' 6' 11. 0 2 0 Henry Hollnnd ? .. -'8 ~G' Et' 12. 0 2: 0 illenry'Hnpifcy ? 14 0 6 13. 0 2 0,- James Jeffrie's ? 12 0 0 It. 0 2 0 do ? 11 0 8 15. 0 9 0 James Chambarlaine . . C 13 4 10. 0 2 0 do ? G 13;(4 .17: 0-..2. O.iffam...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press<AUT>Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

?To (tj ITifiO- 0/ -/ie Bathuial hret Pnst, and I Himia Journal t B G(i — '^ In1' has b como of tho Bithui »t Ci ickot Kith ? Vuilj I feu tli \U luc m im other clubs B13-3 lltl°n3 11 1 1 compiiues, it bus been culled B1'' ctis encs only tons smotheiel at the mi) Kii't oi 1 j birt 1 and why 13 this ? Ono mem B:i siis t1!^ uett'i'! is too hot ' Another waos Bb « mt of a goo I pi act smo' g-omd _Oi'ieis Bilul cn'nnenents fiom wWli thej canno'1 ge Kvi Mv f,ool c icteters, loise ^oiirslves' Binuh'o the spmtal contliKi, of-yotu bietlncn of B:u bit in S)dncv, nnd s,how,them t'l 1 102 11K0 Km b 1 1^ foi wnnl in-n ablo and willing to com Kialo \ it 1 1 no besb o' them in that tiulj noble and BlwnV stiou Com'* ' shiko jourbohei out oi Kai ble»p a id let it not bo sud th it wo had Hiri 1j cnoiHi to piojc a cricket clnb.ibn* that B«lnl not 'piumiis' su Iieieut tp cauyou* our Hu!i' n-- C 1st all the e flimsj e\ensns to tlie winds, H.11I m'-t-hkb men « w Iiuiu to no littlo bpmt Hail tasio foi enj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

. _ FINE . WOQIJED^RAMS FOR SALR A quantity .; of- finerwooied Young Kjj] now on Bale, the produce tf.a flack of nt Ewes; by.; pure Merino Hams; chosen fro™ flocks of the. celebrated Thdai B. Sturgena.l which arc. considered to le. the. best pur'tt Mcrinoes in England. -?:.-.?.- ?'??'' '??'????'???; Apply/ tO: :,.;- ;; ? /. ;, . ? ^ - -PA71D JOHNSTONR, Feby. VOthi 1852. :-\ _ ' '?--? ? ; aDni'! ALL Persons indebted to Thomas Stainti 1 . rior. are requested to pay tlioir rost» acconntt to Mr. Michael Quinn, whoso ret will.beasu'fficiont.disehnrge. . . /All persons wlioso necourits.-r'omnin unit on the -28th March, will bo immediately sued. ' THOMAS STA1NE ' Mr. 'Michael Quirin g-iyeg further notfe Mr. Staines is leaving 'the. district, 'that In not call a -second 'time on' any of those »h» indebted to Mr. T.*S.- but will sue infer nately. ?? ??-. ..v-:'-. MICHAEL QUIXX .... Bafhtirst, ., \ 26th Feby., 1852./ . Kj —NOTICE. ^ 4 LL Persons indebted to James StaitiiB J±. Boot and Shoe Ma...

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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 — 6 March 1852

SlO'lIGLNAl, COllftKSPONBjtNOli 'A t'e ITiiWr 0/ -'i' Balhurst Tna Press and ,,;B Mininq Journal. nfB P» —A. loport 13 cmi£nt is tins nei^hbon-hood )B;nf nnf of -our ci ick horgea is,abont to be snnt :':K 0 m^o to contend foi thanyohc^ul pu/w, and, (B 1 tn nf iro you it is e citing no little maiRi n iHin innnist tlie subaenhers to the nee Jliich 1 |Bitjicul y has b 11 experienced this\cirin get ' n-Hii im racei at nil . nn.l I am cnnvuicnii th it if rj-^Kie iv.]i nt re cried to jn iva enroot, that there is ]:^Sn en ' t ) 1 ein,j at 0 an-ja l*eoplo vor-,'na [Hirlh hhlike to get up subsc ip^ions for nn) i'Mt.i 11 ilar im 1 liecuis' ho happens to b' tho (01 ),B|niteo'1 ncr or a (nsf late otecd Ihesaivalks jBvir rav b ver^ plcnsint tiling to tho indi 'B': j '' * na i100'5-013 tn° c-isn- u if tac- ai e ^Mt 1 iflc t) m; ill cou lti v spp-ts How ever, these lH'liracs m who met by tho nguntnt thnt the ^B0'1 13 1 ' mow nnd an o-s.eliisi\o one, wo cai - b^Kntirlp us results llu pnblic wlio ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

??Mip, ???????..;? i, ? —JB , - NOTICE'TO C«RR]5SPO1nDSNT3. Hi; T). Z. will not do ; the nnmo must bo r;ivcn in,; full. But independently of this objection. . . vo-rcfuso to inacrt h's communication cm prin .- 1 ipla. !lf flu p.viic!s complained of do not ful ;?: fir tlioir- contract with, lha public tiiay will ? '-meet their- pnniGhmcnt in a loss of support. Tho man who pays tlio market prico to a shoe maker for a very indifferent pair of lioola woul.l have equal right with H. D. Z. to tho uso of our columns in tho way of exposure We cr.nast well ir.tcrfcra with tho privata business of-anjr'cinn without subjecting ourselves to tho stringent clauses of the law of libol.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

- '$, ',-. y '.;^;.^ ;-^ekk:ly: calendar: \^Z -; ; -!. Mar. 6,S. 6 ^^62-6 . 8015 ' V JO '????' V7 5- :VvJ:1.'?!'6s:a' . .w?aai8 \ io ?^?-!-:;'-:i«8Jfi-I' i6'-! ;vVr--jJ4 '6 '?iuJi7ll},?- iO ???:??? ?'?j'O T. ?- 5 '????:F'M '8^ * V^'StUS*. '.* !0 - ??- 10 W.!; 5 : V. ? 50 r6-..-' .'? -25195 . iO ???.???'??/ HiTh.i- -,5 -??,. ??67 «? . -S42O: .. ;0 i»:i2rvy o;^-: '67 e' . 2321 . :o

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

DIED, &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; On the 20th February, at his residence, Sand Banks, near Hartley, Mr. John Macdermott, after a short illness of six days.

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

SYJINhY NhWS. B B; fh' nrnvls of yostcihv,T\o havo no s ?from Victoiia up to tho 2jth Tcbiuaiy Hie ?nainlicr of nrrivnls from tlie noigliboiiring colu H]ii( on tho 2'rd w is 103 md on'tlio 22nd 333 ?There hnd'heen no English nrrivnls.' ? Considor.i Hbla RYoit.imnnfr lma linnrT nn^nGinnnfl' in thn nrn !,.BT''W bv tho fict tint after his Ilonoi tho Chief '?|Justn.o hid proceeded to Gcelon? to open tho ? Cir mt Co ut thcie,nnd had dclncicllusthai^c, ,.'BJnnl the fu t pusonor v\ w pi iced 111 tho dock nnd ^?J.iftlictcd, 1 wiuspoied su^^o tion vv \« made that ,BJtii; proceedings vveie ilto^ethci illegal, on nc ?:MMnnt of no ufiicinl pi ocli nation having boon L.'BJi?sii il undei tho new act, uinouncing the c txb jjiBJlfclimnnt of a C iremt Couit nt Gcelong After a 'B| consult Uion-lie'wcoi the law ofiiccis of the ^?B^Wn anlhisllonoi t'l' Chief Jn ticc this ob fBpM'on in- held to be Intnl. nn I th' pioeccdin^s .?Joft'io cumiml s' ?? on vveic nlloncd to Inp'-o '(^B fn» Gchn^ nnl tho Melbom...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

'colonial mm. victoeia; Motrsr Ai rXAynrre. — Thero is littles to report dining tho last week, and imicw wo nro waitod uit'i rim sliorth, there will bo li.wt, for himdieds nro lca- m^ daily *oi tho L iddon, ind vv 0 eliall Ix cinnpellcd to decamp for waut of wnter. It ie with tho, greatest -lialculty we can get enough for tho liorttcs, Wvi.njj tn.-taVo thorn n milo every inoruin^ nnd nijjh-.' ^'wenty-fl'.-a police, mauated nnl n'-Ti^d, 1 1 ?- v i ct of t i fi -1 , h i\e in' 'c h 11 a ip'i 1 a i° ' -m Cn 1 11 im1 ns t ie\ 'i\eljL 1 drill d t' i,i-.!it-h mi Uh'-vwill do put 0 1 il 1 j it - lieu 1 e '1 1 14 no mated l por 1 In the polite I do m b hc\e to he -.ni io(t Aft main t iqitu ?- on \ -m mis p 1 K ut the [ 0111 1, I to tl I 11 j 1 il n n '-iovvhohil =e- 10 hcndoitfie nim'ti 0 11 hill uas bv,com' qui e a villiBc litch, and a sqiiuo has boon t ) me 1 in ft on ot the jbgus nn 1 .Post ofiit s ol tin ct- fcot Oi o 10 ??id' n tow ottort', com posed of an chtincj hon e ti o 1 mo 1 1 Ic...

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AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

AUSTRALIA.. ,'. (From the Weekly Dispatch.) Somehow or other, perhaps merely b^ imagining that other people would like to be treated as we ourselves should, ,\ve lmve rarely had to make a'plen on behalf of the colonies, that it has. not been .soon' after supported by some declaration 'from them selves that thev require what. we; insist on - for thfim. Statecraft nets' differently. It must make a human nature of its own, and govern 'that, instead of the real original human nature, and when mere unofficial humanity .will* not, be moulded and re-cast to its purpose, i£s policy comes down .with a crash. It is only a week since we were urging, above nil things, to leave to Aus tralia the disposal of its own revenues, nnd their exemption from any supervision in point of outlay by our Treasury or Colonial Office, when, in tha interval between our publications, comes n protest from the Le- . gislative Council of Australia, which is ce ding, its functions to the newly-constituted authority, ...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. LOUIS NAPOLEON AND THE FRENCH ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

;;;0;RiGrN;iL::cMfRiBuri0H. ? ' /CONTISCaD FROM NO.' 17.1 LOUIS ?NAFOLTSON AND THB FRENCH ASSEMBLY, : ?'- Tho ¥rerioli Lojislatnro'as' onv readers Vill r« eolloot, closed' it9-sitting!, previous to tho reosis, by a declaration of iu nnwllingneas to enter 'npoji'any. rov'iaion Of 'tho Constitution— tlmt is, the minority of . its mcralioi's . on tho diri jion which than' took: pUco was suilkiently lnrge to prevent tho- prondsod 'provisional chango. Tho constitution thoroforj,ro:aa:nb-.l intact. ., '?/ In the interval bstw«eh ?tho, recea3 anil; ths opening of tha sjcsidn in Novombjr Iks*, ths President framed a message to the Legislature, which his Cabinot doclin.edto.Banction— resigning rather than pledge itself to Universal* Suffer-ago, which appeared to bo involveil, in a project ft r amending tho eleciora]' law, roiomiacndod tin proposed, message. A new Ministry was formed ; who consentod to present tbo mossr.ge. ..Tho, Monilevr' thtia characterised ' the new Cabinet— ?? .: '.'-??'...

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MR. BURTON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

:WR-.-B.URT0N{S' CIRCUS. M® ?-?;! Oa ?Y?'ednesday .evening last, ; Jfiv Qjfl ?opened ;tho; Circus at Mr, ; Whitton's CotH illotel; forttho;:])urposo . of performing dc-H , race .week. ,; Every partofthchousu lyasciB -and-tlie-perforuiances.tlirougliout wcio VcB cellent. There is a markedr imprpvoiiujflj Derformers. and as far as the cxhibiti™ M ?cerneHi-riotliiug could t-o-riior5~sat;sfiictcri an, accident, happened \yhicli threw a gl^ tho evening's, entertainments, and wliijj have been attended;;by the most serio'a qnepces.,,..T.he;,.gallery, .during tha carl; the;- evening^, gave several indic.itionsc iinable/to bear the extraordinary weight i; siutain, but, its occupants were assured' Burton that, there .was not_the least Aim*. giving way, iiujiq-ihad taken the 'prceS place extra supports underneath. This i ; effect of lulling1 the fears of the aiidicnc 'evefi'tnih'g 'wab prbceecling satisfactoriir, without u moment's warninir,' the galls way, and . a scene of conftisibn ' nnd il...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. NEPAULESE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

; '? BRITISH EXTRACTS. ?. ' '' '' ': JfJjPATJLBSE POtlTICS. W« havo ieen favourod with tho following ilo scripiion of thejrtats of affairs in Nbpaul, and espoeJally of the political position of tho Princo wl» virifed England last year, and whoso gor geous. costume and noble bearing mado him so l|: w«n known to all Lohdonors'i— ?' ' '.'' ?* ML Ganeral Jong Bahadoor ia tha oldest of -seven Ifr brothers.. ' ,' '/? . '. ; Mi General Bum ' Bahadoor, second. ... If ? ©enernl Bnrdeo Nur Sing, third. M ; General Krishna Bahadoor, fourth. ? m .Colonel ? ; ? -.fifth. . . I'', OolonolJugget Shnm Shero Jung Bahadoor, ?;-'. . sixth. ? ?? ? ' ' ??'?'??? '?' :' ? ' . ' ? ? ?' ' ? ? i Colonel .DheroShum Shero Jang Bnhadoor, Ml aevonrti. ? ' ? - : ; ? ????? K Colonel Jyo Bahadoor is n flt-st cousin of the M\. -? nboTC.'' : : ?.?..,-??? .-,;?' ? . General Jnn* Bahndoor. on leavinz Nowhh1 , ibr England, placed hifl brother, BuniBaha . door, to officiate for him as prime minister, and' ? JiU next.broth...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

,.M[N^GINrELlIGENGK.':i ?w;V ^' ophtb. : [from och own ooan-sapoNDaaT.]. , ' Tlio digsciiijcs oai; hero 'arc' procaoflinjj miicii .f.s usual, and a faw strangling parties .'continue to dO'.well.- A; largo party of- newly arrived C.ili fornians, .v'ho appear- to be vqtiito up- to. t,hdir work, aro now Ecarchingjfor-ftiuifcroiis qiinrti veins. ;.- If- 'successful, .Ophir- will'. yet, be-como a piano of considerable importance.. ? ? , Messrs. S/imnel and hi Iutosli's enterprise Iws latterly occupied a considerable share of your spiwe, p.nil of public a'.to.ition, anil dcssrvcdlr S'-. I a~n hapj-y toinform you, that notwith standing all ths .predictions to the contrary,, by wisweros great and small, that tho .undertaking promises to bo n most lucrative one. Tho fol iowiijg fiieta speak for tbemselve.'?. On Monday ;tho water was completely . drained, 'and opera tions' for czlracting'tho'gold 'from the soil actn ally commcneeil. Hy tho clasa of d-ty 5 oxa.' of c;olil hr.'l been realized. ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 March 1852

'-:sai ^' -BATiibE^r'RacBS. ''C **&amp;''' - After numerous surmises that the^Bftthurst an nual raco meet woiilil prove a failunCfur want of :fuiids,an(l laqk of spirit -in-its, promoters, the evening of 'the first day's entrance's arrived, when -ufiont -a* hundred, individuals ' assembled in Mr. 'Whitton's larye room consisting of gunuine tUrRtea, ' CocYrier siiortsmeii, nien 'of 'every sliade' of ctarac.tcr and diversity of 'countenance' to wit ness tlio' evening's proceedings.' Amongst -'the congregated tlu'ong -were a fow of the knowing ?ones from ? Sydney; who had visited bur-townfor the combincU pii'rp.OBC.s of business and pleasure. Wellington,- Gv.iicoarv'Mudgoo and others' of the interior villages had all furnished their coiUribu-; tibnsof 'visit:)rs,7nin,ny of, wlibiii 'inirdo thcir'ap-* pearanco in' tho entrance room. Tlio business of 'tho evening yrM opened 'by an^aiinpiiiiccmcnt frn'm'-Sfn Siimncl that a deficiency cMtetcd in the fiiridi!; ivhich;wo:ild 'require tb'...

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