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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

. To thc'Eilitor of the Bathurst Free Press and . ??/?..' :.1 Mining Journal. i ~Sin',-—K horse mail has ? Intoly been established between iludgce arid tho Mc'rob Creok,^. a v.ery groat convenience certainly,- 'but- how the 'cop- tract lias been effected, myself and tho public are equally at a loss to t understand. ;: Thiis miichI know, that1- tenders wore never invited in the GovcrnviCHt Gazette. ?' Can you inform mo'wh'e' ther it is customary in any case to let public contracts to individuals otherwise, than by tender?' ?' ''; 'J ? : =:::! i:v' ; - ':;? '' '';??? 't! 'v'^... ' -.. ' ,-...' . -? :Yours,- ;':' ' ;;; '.'??'[' . :',. il ' :'r'--U:' 1' :'.';!;r'^;^CymeEiST.'-;; ; Mudgcc, March ,1st, 1852. ;;; -.;-.- r, -:.,;? ' : :. [It is not only unusual) but we, ghoull siy un jttstifitible, to let off^.public ; works of any de scription otherwise tlmifjby tender. As custo dians of the public money, government is bound to expend it in the most economical manner, and everybody is' wel...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. FinmiBn Gold Keodlatioxs.— With refer ence- to the Notices from this Office of tho 7th October and 25th November, 1851, and ICth January last, His Excellency the GovernorGe neral directs it to bo notified, that as the privilege conceded under the mme extends only to the ox traction of gold from its matrix, parties holding such claims are prohibited from obtaining gold in any other manner, unless they take onflicenses for procuring alluvial gold, on payment of the usual fee. 2. It is also notified, for general in formation, that where a quartz vein crosses a main river oi- crock containing' alluvial gold, no licenses will begrantod to nny other persons than the recognised holders,, of su.cli . quartz vein for a distance of fifty yards on each side of the same from tho point of intersection ! with such river or 'creek. — Government GaieClel' ' ?'????? - - 1 'Reservoihs for WAsrtiiio GotD*.— His Ex cellency tho- Govor-noivGcnerali directs;, itto be notified that persons de...

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COUNTRY NEWS. HANGING ROCK DIGGINGS-FRESH GOLD FIELD FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

country mm. HANGING ROCK DIGGINGS— FRESH GOLD FIELD FOUND _ Since our' last1 wo' have received much addi tional information from the Hanging Rock dig gings j but we have the pleasure to lay before our readers the following account, from n gen tleman residing at Pprt Stephens, of , the disco-. very,of a new gold field some few miles from' the' Hanging Rock ':~ , ? - '.'.?', : To the Editor of the Ufaitland. Mercury. ? --.: Sir, — As everything is read with great eager ness by the public relative to thoifinding \of 'New Gold Fields,' I bog to forward you the following statement, which, if -you deem of suffi cient importance, you- can jJtiblish. ' :: i About ten days since, two travellers passed on their way to the Hanging- Rock diggings to see if it was likely to prove a lucrative speculation, .and to pay for tho labour of proeimng the gold ; thoy returned last evening:' mi'd' reported' to mo as follows. At present thoy''did not consider upon the average, .that .tho.mcn now, at the Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

IL Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold II Watchmaker and Jeweller, W Howick-strcot, I] Bathurst. Si B.-Sppeimons ami Coins wanted. ? IT' ~ GOLD I GOLD ! - ' 1 SYEH, BROTHERS '« HlLLgivethehigliestcash price for good clear m samples. Roust 4lh, 1851. , I AUSTRALIAN GOLD. |e nndeisifrned is a CASH PURCHASER 'of iOLDt0anyn^Sf AM COMINGS. |L Creek, Juno 26th, 1851. ? _ Eg GOLD. iLn.lorsiSned we PURCHASERS of GOLD HDUST in any quantity. H THACKKR 85 CO. m 511, Gcorge-strect.Sydney. 8. ? ? — g WELLINGTON GOLD. H.A. WHITE is a Cash purchaser of Gold at H'Mnntcfiores. m. 5th, 1351, g|___ ? — ? ; ? WgoLD ! GOLD ! ! GOLD ! ! 1 h MR. AUSTIN iVroDsreJ to purchase GOLD in any quantities BPh e north of a SHILLING to a THOU IMPOUNDS. The highest price will in Itaparceb already purchased hyhim, in i|theK«^*«^^.«eig1iinffelevenouncesf ijosejnat his stores at the corner of William ipurliam-street'3. lingers arriving in town, who may bo desir m obtaining information connected with the fes,(an obta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

' ' TARSH1SU HOUSE, OEOROE-STttKET, DATJ1UKSTV El WEBB AND CO., Linen and Woollen !i Drnpcrs, Sic, beg to thank their friends and the Public, for the liliornl pntronngc they have received nine's they commenced business in the above line, ant) hope to merit a continuance of tlie -same, by strictly adhering to tho prin ciples of Small Profits and quick Returns. Mcs3rrf. E. Webb & Co. bcR to inform the pub lic, Mint in addition to the well assorted sUcjc kept hy them, they have received a liirgo quantity of g'loils, in p\tery' way adapted for the coining season, all of which will be submitted at an ex ceedingly low late. N.B.— Terms Cash. No abatement. £5 REWARD. CTTQLEN Or strayed, on Friday list, .1 Lay (5 Mare, not very high, with long tail, and hottorh lip white, branded JG on the near shoul der, and b long illegible1 brand tinder the mane. Any person delivering tho said mure to tho Un» drrsigned, will receive. £L reward; or if stolen, £5 on conviction of tho thief (or thie...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRGULA.R. (From tlie Empire.) There has bsan a largo quantity of wool re*. ccived during tho weak, especially from the .south' country, but most of the clips have been ill conditioned, and few free from cither Kriiss °r 'burr. Thero was a large* amount offered nt auction, and, although prices showed a marked, decline upon what wiis obtained in the early part of fie year, they were equal to what might nave been expected under tho pressure now upon tho money market, and nearly tho whole of that offered was soM. ? ? Sheepskins retain their full ralue. Hides are saleable at 7s. to 7s. 6d. In tallow thero is npt much animation; owing to tho causes explained last week. A parcel of Gjrrick and Fleming's boiling fetched three pence over last week's prices. Tho rate of oxchango is still at 8 per cent dis .eount against shipments, with little prospect of altcration-iii favour of tho producer. GqIiI 64s. 2d. at auction. . Tho.banksare,-how- evor, only giving 64s. ______ '...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

BRITjLS^EXTRACTS. i ?^^;v;;r.^:iIRELAND^, . m Tim following letter, appears in IlitlM \don,2vnet of i November last, rei'liflH the immense emigration* to America. |9 i -^ ?',?';; the f^bELTic/iixoDr/s.'' Wm j 'Sir— I a'in not' a little amuse'd at IVH ferent opinions 'now given as lo lliiffl 'of ther^Celtic'iEsoduB,' as it is^JM fashion to call Irish Emigration. f-SP Proteclionis.t8 would, make out ll-s:w| the 'resulF of free Jrade ; Irish v/omm jre'pudiator'f Bpyjt-js.the. present lic^l^ Ration, imthe.-shape of poor rate, nggn^ ?by the! prospect j of: repaying tlieii|ro ;Engla^id.Vf Now, Sir, I believe nci® jthese causes* has anything to do ''''m! matter. For sortie 'years .past, eve& 'vious to ? the 'potato pestilence, a |^ number, of Irish left Ireland each)'-||H Liverpool or America ; very manJ§§}| settled for a time in Liverpool af'^^ 'went thence to America. The If^pj saritry are, when separated, far 'nOt!fe^ poBed to correspond with their rcjfilii than are the English ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

|aMlGNINgiIfrENOE:i; (From the Piymduth Journal^, Novem- ...;..../;? fFRANQE.... :«:!:::5'i'. tn-aceprdance with trie expectation of all ;parti6s| thePreaident'sBiH'for the' repeal of the Eiectpral Law has been , negatived by the National Assembly on the ?question !of the second; reading. Thennajority/'Cso faiv from- beingr an- pvervvlielming' expre'B- :8ion of hostility! on the -part of the-4' friends of- order,'1 was not more than 7,'' the ' |}umi !bers being 3 18' ih7fav6ur of the ^bill'fand' |355 Jigainstit.'' ''ThTrej^clipn^pfiKeiTroen^ : sure'hns caused less surprise'thari' thts'ycry ; narrow '.majority. Frorn the first announce-. irhent tliatjthej comrtiittee ^brAyhich''th¥bili ;Kad' been; re jjerred 'was': opposed' to '|t jri oitHpf iprpportipn ofJJJ.to 2i::iti;was'lore6eeri)both; : by: friends and foes that the' committee's re'i' ipo'rt could npt be otherwise than hostile -'toi :tlie': proposition, ?pf.; the)- President; .biitr no. |one\hidjmagine'd^naV.8oL.Iargie!'a number...

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PLOSION OF A POWER MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 March 1852

?'Hlosion of a powder ma S ? GAZINE. . H (From Bell's Messenger.) jipna, Oct. 17.— Every topic of politi .'jW'erest is thrown completely into the 8S ')y l'ie acc0lints which arrived last rW& °^a terrible catastrophe. near Krema. . fflsYetmesday morning the'large powder S&z'ne at-Gneixendorf blew up, 'whether fOl|i|cident or design is not, known. Its K»nt3 at tlie time- were -only tcn hun' ^'ffl[weight of ppwder,, more than eight '.fflpil weight having been removed 'to e'!fHra on the previous day. The loss of ff'fflP»s been trifling, owing to'the few pcr n'Wa abo't at the time. ' The 'sufferers 'Ha bodies have been found are a major, ?ililtenant- and an aiK^itor -of arl''lcrv- 'nJ^Snspeolor of ther .magazine, .and two ?tS»es °n dut?r- A vounS BirlJ thc^iug11- Sm a 8ub.D1Qi«iate labourer, is also rnisB '°S The officers of ..artillery, who met '.111 death in .consequpnee of. the explol lC1IHHn&donly that instant reached the eh-' ffle to the magazine in a carnage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

;; | ,; _ ^ale^vfiji Auction. H .'; ?'.'? 600- VOLUMIJS BOOKS. W : : ; ON MONDAY, 15th MARCH. H '?'?'?? ^-.'MESSRS. ASHE & CROAKER,/ H Aro instructed' by the Importer to tlisposiBBj BY PUBLIC AUCTION, H WITHOUT IlKSIiaVB, BB At Mrs. Slack's H On Monday, 15th \Uacn, BB At Eleven O'Clock, Precisely, RB ABOUT 600 volumes Banks B9 A large assortment of Oil IViinlingi Bfl The books aro works of high standing ; sodHJ tensive a selection is rarely offered to the BmBB urst Public; - ' Bjfl ?Tho paintings aro also worthy attention. Bj| Catalogues can bo' bad of the Auctioneers JjMS mediately, antl at any time iirevious to -BB Sale. . ' H On view a'-Mr?. Black's Friday and SntuilBB prcTious to the sale. mm Terms— Cast). BB , SALE BY AUCTION, H| ATCARCOAIi; B& On Thursday, April 1st, 1852. HB At 11 o'clock precisely. MB MR. 8; MEYER is instructed by Mr. J.Ki'M .patrick to sell by auction, at his rosiiltfJu Caicoar, a quantity 'of Household ITurniliflH consisting of . . ? BB Cha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

= ? ' ? =?» Tucka Creek.— Mr. Commissioner M started yesterday for Tuuna Creek, aecomji by threo mounted troopcis,' whcip,' ,ii]jH tu till accounts,'' their. 'pi esjni'e in btuH quired. ' ,' ''- *'?''' » -\U . MuXRogehs's Sale^-Wc aro tou ,*M call the attention of tho --of.ila people So [|K&9 Mr.-Rogcrs's goods, Store; &c., .mil toii^TM on tho word of tho. auctioneer, tfmtsiiehiM portuuity of making bargains will seldnn.Ji again. ' ! - - BH Breach of ?tiie -Lioeksiho Act Ji M'Grcggor, of tho Sir William Wallace In'nffi lum -street, appeared on summons to nn^M information laid against him for nl!cwin,M bling on his promises. This -infovninti^^H out of the charge made some time sin;ci,^B Thomas Webber, that ho had been robbaliJH defendant and others after a night spent kWU bling. Mr. M'Intosh appeared for the -fef«M and pleaded guilty to tho charge laid iatJB formation, but besought the mercy of tWjB alleging thnt his client knew nothing abo-BH circumstance of the gamb...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. York, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. i ' York, December 22. i (From the Perth Inquirer, Dec. 31.) M ie want of labour has never been more | ian it has during the present harvest ;? I igh in many places' 'the'eorn was over |? not a man was to be had for love or !-k,y. Natives, women and children, jfwall been put in requisition, to secure $T|rops heforc the corn -sheds..' The h*ar |i|n many places is now, however, in, 'Bigi sets a few more hands at liberty to »«j those who have still any quantity to t!lN1'et lo navo to report a, serious loss Si ccp belonging to Mr. J. W. Hardey 5B»Ir. J. Gregory ; the former lost 151), ||iie latter 200; both, it is said,' from jffi n. Tlie localities where poison exists H sdislrict ought, by this, to be known, -M to ho avoided. '?:?'. !s?j Thursday last, a bush fire broke out bl southward, the wind being high, the ifl of) and the grass thick ; it ran with M fpidity and violence as: to complete^ ^| ower a party who. attempted' to stop ?J| osress, and about 3 p.m. it cau...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

VAN DIEJIEN'S LAND. The Tasmanian Colonist of the 19th instant, writes thus respecting, the present state of Van Diemen'sLand : — ?;? ' The gold discoveries in the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria, have had, for tlie pre sent, a most disastrous effect on the penal settle ment of Vun Diemen's Land, by the extensive emisrrntion of tioodIb of all classes from this colony to the Gold diggings. To exemplify these remarks, it may only bo stated tlwt the fol lowing colonial whaling vessels arc now laid up in thu port of Hobart Town for want of crews, viz : — Tho Sussex, Pacific, Prince Regent, Emu, Catharine, ,Tane, Sir William Wallace, Grecian, 3)irarod, Eliza, and Offley. Prices of goods ot all kinds have risen in this colony, without any other advantage to us than the expenditure of those who return here with their hard earned gold. What is to be tho future state of business matters in Van Diemen's Land, no one can tall, but it is a fact that the discovery of thisgold lias incre...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE GREAT EXHIBITION. LIST OF ARTICLES FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE GREAT EXHIBITION. List op Armcr.E3 mom New Sodtii Wales. (From the Official Catalogue, -U/j edition.) 1. Armitago Brothers, Huililorsfielu, Imp. — A bsilo of scoured Sydney skin-wool, grown in New South Wales, and washed by Armitago and Co. of Sydney. 1. A. Biuwell, J. Gr., Govcvment Commissioner of Lands, Zinaini, Wide Bay, Australia.— A log of wood from the interior of Wide Bay district north-cast coast of Australia, tho liric/yalo of the squatters (Bricklow of Lcichardt's Journey), a species of Acacia, probably undesenbed. 2. 15oguo, A., manufactured ant) forwarded by Messrs. J. and W. Day, boat-builders and oar makcrs, .New South Wales.— Two beef hams spiced and cured by Mr. J. Brioavs, Sydney, Spe cimens of colonial timber. Pair of ash oars and ?a pair of paddles manufactured of colonial wood. 3. Bnrcliott, J.B., 15 Edmonton Ores., Ed monton.— A desk and a chess-board of polished woods. 4. Cnllagllaii, — Crown-Prosecutor, Attorney General. — Two volumes of...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1852. NATIONAL EDUCATION AND INFIDELITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

THE BATHU&ST JREE PRESS. 'SIAGNA UST VEIUTAS ET PK.SVALEBIT.' ', SATURDAY,' MARCH 13, 1852. NATIONAL EDUCATION AND INFI '?? l DELITY. 'Until tho advocate, of- tho National System of ' Education goes, forth into society and converses with Us opponents, ho ?will remain profoundly ig norant of 'the .amount of unchnritnbloncss and prejudice, which cxiston tho subject. Ko will find, men whoso liberality ho lias novcr had reason to question whoso'gcncrnl intelligence is undoubted, nnd who scruple not to tell him that his best exer tions arc employed in supporting an institution for the propagation of infidelity— thnt lie is seeking '? to sap tho very foundations, of- the Christian re ligion. These avo very grave charges and if ut tered in sincerity, as wo boliovc they nre, it bo hoves the advocates of the system to prove to the world that these charges are unfounded ; and we foci tho more called ? upon to do so, as one of these establishments for tho inculcation of in vd fidel and...

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REAPING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

REAPING MACHINES. The scarcity of labour,' and consequent difficulty ,of -obtaining it in (he harvesting season, except at a ruinously high rate, has been general throughout every branch of ihe Australian 'colonies. ? In many instances we have known an advance on former rates of 1(10 to 1 20 per cent., and, when after all his anxiety, toil, and' outlny, tiie agriculturist ' brings lus produce to market, and -observes thst the advance in price' bears only a small proportion to the increase in his expenditure, he is npt to grow disgusted with his pursuits, and after. a comparison of his' profits and his risks with those of the fortunate^ gold-digger, to look wistfully towards the gold mines. As a result of -comparisons, such is this : v;e have reason to. believe that numbers of. our, small settlers will - desert - their paddocks for the diggings. The discovery of gold fields in. our own and other districts., cannot interfere with the operation of ihe laws of supply nnd de mand, and th...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ? W ui ? to '§ . i- , | ? I ? S , ? I ' ' o ; s\ ?? S -? ^ ; | i : ?., -. : tg ?.' ««?-.__:? ^. jt. :^ '?''?~ 'n. ' ? si, ir. ~ - m. u. ~ .to. Mar.' 13^' 5U . 56 6 ''. ,2022 . SO u'S. 5 . 5!) G . . 1923 . 0 15'M; ' C .00 . .' 18'24 . 0 lCT. 6 ? .1 G . 1G25 .0 17|W. G .' 2 6 . I5|2G *.' - 0 18,Th, 6 . 2 6 . 13 27 . 0 19 V. 'G . 3 6 . 12 28 . 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! In Aid of the -Funds of the SOFALA GENERAL HOSPITAL. O.v.Tdesday Evening Next, tub Ioih ? March, 1852. ' LISBON CIRCUS, WILL bo thrown open for the tilroye Chari table purpose, when the following Programme, ., - will, it is hoped, prove sufficiently attractive to draw together a goodly group of spectators. The performanco will commence with the Clown's Fromo— by Master Bird. mi1 To be followed by , La Rosiere's— StiU Polka. , ?? . ?''?? ..' ?',' ?? ?' ? ' ?-'?'. -. ' '? ? ' ? ? Cupfain Broovnfield, the daring Boniface, will then dash roiihd tlui Arena, oil Three Cossack Horses, At full speed,— subduing their fierv impetuosity with all tho invinciable temerity of a Modern A I.EXANDBU. THE TIGHT ROPE will then .then be strung, and upon its elastic yarns Mr. Jones will ' snow ins agility' By Dancing a Fandango, At this period of the evenings several ^Amn teura will be introduced to llio company, \it the following characters :— Mr, William Davis Gas .-. Corint...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

BIRTH. At her residence, Durham-street, on Friday the 12th instant, Mrs. E. Austin, of a son. No. 6.  

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE GOLD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

JEITISH .EXTIIACTS. THE GOLD QUESTION. (From thc^Morning Chronicle's City Article, November 19.1 The discovery of gold in. Australia, and the abundant yield of. tho Californian mines, have again called public attention to the important question of tho probable influence of so largo an accession to the stockof the precious metals upon the monetary affairs of tbo; world. To arrive' nt even'a speculative opinion upon this subject it will bo ncccssarvto inquire as to whathas already been the effect produced by tho gold found in California . since its discovery to tho present timo, The amount estimated to have left that country hns been variously stated at from twenty to thirty millions sterling. Of this, probably from twelve to fifteen millions havo been left in the United Sates, and the remainder .is now in Europe, tho largor portion having passed through this couutry. The effect, so fur, 1ms been hardly perceptible upo'n the relative value of gold and- silver, or upon that of other ex...

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