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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 — 12 July 1851

(Original Gtotrcspontence. fb the Editor ''of the ' Bathurst Free Press . . and Mining Journal.' Sir,— -I have often seen it stated in your paper tbat gold-digging is a lottery. .To a certain extent there is truth in this state ment; but, notwithstanding such may be the case, 1 believe tbat in this, as in moat other pursuits, the most industrious man has the beat chance of success. Having spent soone time at the diggings, where I have worked with tny eyes as well as my. hands, I would just suggest that much of people's ill luck i3 of their own making, and I'll ;tell. you why.' In the fir8t;pl»ce I am quite ready to ad ?, mit. that any../o,ol:. can! dig; but something '??^o^ri'^tHnn^liard^woVk is required to find rgpld.;./GrpldriiVining,-.«i:nple us ifroay *»p~ ?pear, :is?not to be;4earnt in a day. For in . 6tande,v.juigruent- is', req tired to select u ? hkely;;spot»;.: ipri.. though they may tell you . ,th;4t,go.ld uiiay be ifounil a-iy where, there are . Wajiy^placeajn iwhichit is...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Press.) arrivals. July 5.— Jack, brig, 146 ton3, Murphy, from Moreton Bay the 26th instant. Passengers Mrs. Costin, Mr. D. Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ferryman, Miss Carmichael, Captain Collins, Mr. Finley, Mrs. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Pheeny, and 45 in the steerage. July 5.— Maukin, ..brig, 106 tons, Bowden, from Auckland 18th June. Passengers— Mrs Pettit and four children, Mr. Charles Pettit, Mr. Levy, Mr. Bowman, and eighteen in the steerage. July 7.— Eroma, barque, 191 tons, Allen,. from Newcastle, with 250 Jons coals, : July 7. —Creole, schooner, 162 tons, Kemp,, from San Francisco the 16th May, in ballast. Passengers— Mr. Thomas rJames Hunter, Mr.F.. Stewait, Mr. and Mrs.King.Mr. Theyre Weigall, Margaret Hayes, Lewis Cooper, John Keeley, Mr. and Mrs., Hart, and Mr. Nugent. July 7.— Emma, brig, 121 tons. Brooks, from Auckland 2nd ultimo. Passengers— Mr. G. Woddhouse, Mr. J. G. Dewsley, Capt. Tomkins, Mr. Moet. and twenty-three in the steerag...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

TrtB'B4THIWR8TP $&%% PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1851. 1 - ? 'jrAGXA EST VERITA8, BT PltaBVALKBIT.*' TO OUR READERS. At- the commencement of the present quar. ter we atmoanced oar intention of publishing the ' Free Press and Mining Journal' three times a week, and that nn.adyaDcein the fe mount of subscription whs nucessary to meet ihe-fldditionnl expense to which we should be subjected. ? Not having fulfilled the promise then hsld out, it is only fair that oar readers should be put in possession ot the reasons. -In th3 first place the great body of our Bubsuribersreside in, the country, to many portioiraof which there is only a bi-weekly 'mail, whilst ta others the mail runs only once a week. Many of them very natu Ya'ity ' complained that as the nevvs only came to henrt twice a wetk, the additional post age would 'be a tax -.without any corres ponding advantage. In the second place, we discovered that manv of our town rea ders preferred two publications to...

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Original Contribution. STATISTICS—GOLD AND SILVER, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

JB ' ©n'gmnl UContdbutton. laniB STATISTICS -GOLD AND SILVER, a'sH — — — — ^?-H The following statistics of the precious !|H metals, have been compiled for the Free u B Press from authentic sources, by a gentle 1 Bl pan of considerable attainments, and will, t bjH we trust, be interesting to our readers. M*W$ Without pledging ourselves to a thorough UerB acauiescence in all the inferences from the t i K ^acls as coa'P'e'- we sse no reason to doubt ;oo« the soundness of many of them, -and their ^; important bearing on the monetary interests ;3aJ of the world. im;( The subject receives additional : impor t lo tance from the discovery of gold in the co ''?» lony, and should the production be. oo'-exr v1' tensive with that of . California the results ,for, indicated in the following paper will be shed tnore speedily realized. 2nCi In the year 1 800, according to Humboldt. a!! the produce of gold and silver of the Ameri ? . can n»nes, was as follows : — tool Dollars. ,J New Spain.... 23,...

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press and mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

To the Editor of the ' Batfiurst' 'Free Press, and Mining Journal.' 4 'Sib, — The discovery of gold in the Bathurst district has prepared the public, mind for 'the reception of almost arryasser tion as to its richness-in mineral wealth. ''- The nineteenth century cannot 'complain, that science connected with a desire to in vestigate nature and her products has been neglected. In the present happy nge it a fault can be found, it is that credulity has 'taken the place of scepticism. Nor is this to be wondered at. A reason for it may be found in the vast number of important dis coveries vearly brought before the public mind. We now live in an age in which as sumed points are graspe i at with too great avidity. Consequently caution and enquiry should be exercised bsfore forming opinions from casual reports. ' ^ I find in your paper 'of the 25th ult., that another source of riches has been diBy-, covered in the Bathurst district, in the shape) of Plumbago. If this ia really a fine and, g...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

SETTLERS' 'WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. ?yyheat — jB arriving in large quantities from Van Dieman's Land and Port Phillip, causing a dullness in sale, and prices have a downward ten dency. Flour — The mill prices are, fine £23, seconds, £21 per ton. Imported ditto may be bought at easier rates. English Barley— Will sell if free from weevil. Cape Do.— Saleable for shipment. Maize— Dry and good samples will realise 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. per bushel. Hay— Owing to the wet weather this market was very Larely supplied to-day, prices ranged from £3 to £4 per ton. Butter— Is worth from lOd. to Is. per lb. Cheese— Scarce and saleable. '. ' Bacon and Hams— Very saleable and in de mand. Eggs— Fresh are worth about Is. per doz. ,;;7 Fat Pigs — Small size, in good condition^ sell readily. Fat Calves — Price as usual. ' ?Fat Sheep— Middling qualities, are plentiful ; prime ones in demand. ;,- ? Ff t Bullocks — This market supply is good, but very good beasts will meet with ready sale. Tallow — Very litt...

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A CROCODILE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

- A'CUOCODILifi STORY.,.; ? .; (From the North British Mail.j We had some talk the other day with one of the ver.y few survivors of the Egyp tian expedition under Sir Ralph Abercrom bie, who has lived to obtain the Egyptian medal fifty years after it was earned What a mockery to wait until there were not, perhaps, ten alive in the country, and then award them medals ! However, to our story. When the brigade under Sir David Baird was marching up the eastern' bank of the Nile, towards Cairo, a number of stragglers fell behind, unable from fatigiie to keep up with the main body. A rear' guard was consequently detached to protect the stragglers and keep them together. One of them, a Highlander, became so ex hausted, that his comrades were obliged to leave him to his fate. He had not been long alone when he saw a' large crocodile waddling towards himv and wilh a very portentous aspect. Poor Donald eyed the monster as it approached him wilh feelings of intense alarm ; Bnd ulthough almost ...

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Colonial News. HUNTER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

Colonial JSefos. HUNTER RIVER. [From our own Correspondent.'] The Gold Mania. — Since I last corres ponded with you numbers of persons have left this district for your diggings. Almost daily expeditions, consisting of five or six persons wrh horses and drays, and the ne cessary p ovisions and equipments for a three months' stay at the gold fields, may be seen wending their way through the town of West Maitland, with all that buoyancy of spirits which characterises men filled with^ ' hopes too bright to last.' The cold frosty nights, which have been numerous here within the last few weeks, do not seem to have had the remotest in fluence on those enthusiastic adventurers. Many of our small farmers have sown their wheat, and, having done thus much, ' bag ged their traps, and with a facility quite in keeping with the railroad spirit of the age,' they have suddenly and mysteriously disap peared, when after a few days we learn that they were last seen ' on the road for the diggings.' The ...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

DESTRUCTIVE FIIIR AT SAN FRAN 1 ' ' ' Cisco. By the last mail, intelligence arrived that San Francisco was reduced to ashes for the fifth time. Believing that the fire was the work of incendiaries, a public meeting of the citizens of San Francisco had been held, at which resolutions were adopted, embody ing the following recommendations : — 1. That the houses of all suspected per sona be searched, to ascertain whether'goods or merchandise 'belonging to any .of .the sufferers ihad bean secreted. % 2. Thai all persons in whose possession such goods or merchandise may be found, be compelled to quit the State in 48 hours, or suffer a severe penalty. 3. That no person from Sydney be al lowed to land unless he can produce a cer tificate from the 'resident American Consul that they have not been prisoners. 4. That any such arrivals, without certi ficates/be forcibly sent back by the vessels in which they arrived. 5. That theypublic authorities should in stitute a -i igid investigation, and...

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METALLIFEROUS QUARTZ AND ITS COMMERCIAL VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

METALLIFEROUS QUARTZ AND ITS COMMERCIAL VALUE. !??.'????' ?(Communicated.) 'We perceive by the Sydney Morning Herald ? that the Rev. W. B. Clarke, has again put forth his powers to forward the rising pros pects of Australia. In conjunction with . Mr. Hale, he has lately been submitting, the auartz rocks, from different localities to a series of experiments, in order to ascer tain the existence of gold or other metals. The following are the results obtained :?— 'One ounce of powdered quartz from Ophir, yielded two grains of copper alloyed with -one grain of gold ; the same quantity from the Murrumbidgee, not far from Mount Ten Miant gave three grains of cqpper and idjfcld. The method pursued by Mr. Clarke to ?obtain the results was by acting on the pul ^verized quirtz with quicksilver when an amalgam was formed, which was afterwards -incompletely reduced in a table spoon over a common candle. After this it was sub jected to the heat of a blow pipe. He then slate?, ' that there is a p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

Gotu Pttosi the Toron. —Several large parcels have reached the town from the Turon. Mr. Pite of Sydney has arrived at Bathursfcwith 100 ounces, mid Fitzpatrick's party who were amongst the first of ihe Turon gold diggers have returned with £90 H Woiih. Several parcels h%v. also' passed through I] Bathurst to Sydney. ,,,,.' ? ,- M Neglect of Duty. — A bullock dnvei4, namecl m John Jones, in the service of Messrs. Syer Bro-^ H t|ierS| was brought before the bench on the 4-th J§j inst. for neglecting^ his duty by wasting time on M the road from Wellington to Bdthurst. Accord m ing to Mr. Syers' evidence he had spent 21 davs i M in driving his team from Wellington to 'Bathurst, i M 3 journey usually performed by his teams in nine. [ m The property in his charge was moreover damaged, 1 Si and upon enquiry he had ascertained that he ar t i] rived in good time at the Hocks, whore he had ? Is Spent the interval. Jone3 pleaded guilty to the f H duirge, and was sentenced to six weeks' impriso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

^Accommodation at tlio TuroiJu-- : , -' ^SAMUElTcLAPHAM. - BE-iS to inform the inhabitants of the surround ./: ing districts that he is now owcting com imodions premises at the crossing1 place, for the ?'ijf'Xraycllf rs aiid Visicors to the Diggings', when ''every effort will'be made to proviso tliem .vith tlio very best' ACCOMMODATION which the placo will afford. ? *?-«, S: C. is induced tb tako this step-in-consequence of the hardships and inconvenience to which he ' has seen 'Visitors subjected at the Ophir Diggings previous to Mr. Woodman's Boarding' Ilouse he ing- erected, and it will be his study to render his : Custom ers as com for table as possible. ,N.B. — A constant supply of Hay and Corn will he kept, regularly onhand for the use .of IJorses. The principal colonial papers will be taken in. '? TTurbri Diggings, ' 1 Jnlylst/1851. (Sold, Silveri and other X&ctals* .-'A ' GENTLEMAN of considerable experience — jCx' ? both home and colonial — will be happy to enter' i...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. ' (From tke Standard of Tasmania, June 23.) Matters at the Cape are truly deplorable. The Kaffirs were gaining, on the troops; and were gradually entering the colony. The successes achieved by these savages were signalised by the most barbarous cruelty ; some captured Hottentots- who had ie mained faithful, were, brutally roast'ed to death. The embarrassment' of the cglptisfcs had « been rendered still greater 'by * the traitorous conduct of the Cape Mounted Rifles. Forty-stven of these men went over to the enemy in a body taking with them their arms and ammunition, an conse quence of which SirHarry Smith feeling no coi fidence in the regiment, disarmed the whole. When the corps laid down their arms, only two had loaded their guns with ball, the remainder, 198, had their pieces loaded with blenk cartridges. Extract of a letter from Whittlesea, dated March 13:— ? 'On the 5ih instant a lot of Hottentot rebels (no doubt -Shillo people) .f burnt my house, and all th t...

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Colonial News. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

I -Colonial i&efos. 1 V'.--.:-.-. ? 'NEW- ZBAIiAND. /^.., ;.,,,;;. We have Auckland papers to the' 1 8th Ifone. They contain little news except in [reference to the recent' gold ^discoveries. |Pj ices had risen.to an exo-bitaut rate, being Righ'er than they vsre're at Sydney, -and /many. [persons Wei e determined to leave the colony lor the go'd. districts! ' 'Public meetings had leea iieldj at which addresses to the Lieuf. iGovern'or were ajrreed to, praying him to ?revent the exportation of food,, and not to ?How persons to :leave Auckland Without ?mKng provision for the mawtteriariec of Bdtir families; if they, did not take them with ?hem.- ? His Excellency, in reply, regretted ?tat he 'vva's/':Un'a6le^/r6'm the slate of ; the ?*w; to comply 'witlieither ? of : 'these regies ts, ?ithehad Written 'to' the'Gdverrior-ia-Chief ?'the 8ubject,.and as the Legislative Coun m} was_ sitting ^t^^JylMlington, he hdped' ?'metlung .?might; be- done. It was stated ?tat- there are. a lar...

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TURON DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

TURON DIGGINGS.1 Fsiom various and respectable' sources.ijjj.Ve-f have gleaned the following- items of infor mation respecting the present , state of tKe Turon Diggings, - . . ?_.--, . ; The immediate and most obvious 'effect of the new discoveries is a gsneral dispsr-. sibn of the mining population over a large extent of country, but none have contri buted so largely to produne this rexilt as the discovery of the gold fields of the Turon. There are gathered over a wide extent of country n rmiBs of human 'baings variously estimated by different calculators, -at from * 800 to 1500 s mis. Bat this dis^ persion is not so much a matter of -choice sis of necessity. The long intervals' between the 'water' hole* not onlv in .the Tor m rivu^ let, hut in I he Oak^v Creek. Two-mila Creek, and Crudine Creek, render r impossible t!- oonduft mining opern'ions, ex-e|-t,in IojaIT ties distant from each other. The conse^ qnence is. that wherever th- re is tbe greyest extent of wnter frontage the la...

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THE PROGRESS OF STEAM ON THE PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC OCEANS. (From the Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

'tfjr progress of steam on the pacific and atlantic oceans. ' . , (From the' Press.)] Measures are now beforo tbe Congress of the. United States to authorize the es tablishment of two lines of. steam -ships to carry mail9. One between San Francisco, in California, and Shanghai, in China, com municating with Hongkong, Araoy, Chu san, and Macao, and touching at the Sand wich. Islands in coing or returning ;.. the other between Philadelphia and Norfolk, ia tbe United States, and Antwerp or Ostend, in Belgium, touching at Portsmouth, or Dover, in Englanl, and Havre, in lYnnce; The line. of steamers .between San Erau cisco and Shanghai to consist of six ships, of not less than 3,000 tons register each, and capable of a speed equalrto any steamer now employed between New York and Liverpool;- three of the ship3 to bs com pleted and .ready to': be placed on the line within two years -after date of the contract, 'and' thb other t'Kree'withih( two 'years after the first have been; placed on ....

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WARS OF CENTRAL EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

WARS OF CENTRAL EUROPE. (From the San Francisco Public Balance.) The momentous events which are now transpiring in Gentral Europe, threaten to plunge the country into a more frightful civil war than any which hes ever been recorded on the bloody pages of history. In ^order, however, to understand the na ture of the complicated machinery which is in operation there, it is necessary to cast a cursory glance at the state of the princi pal powers that took part in the laat war, and the social and political condition of our country. It will be remembered, if we may be allowed to use a tautology !in lan guage which exists i in reality, that Ger many, Austria, find Prusei* overlap one another, and are strangely intermingled to gether. Germany extends from, the Baltic Saa to the G-ulf of Venice, and fron the Rhine to the Oder, '* and- comprises the kingdoms of Bavaria, Hanover, Saxony, and Wirtem burg ; the greater part of the Kingdom of Prussia'; one- third off the Empire of Aus tria; a .s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

TO ADVERTISERS. ? Tlie cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. Advertisements will be received until four o'clock in the evenings of Tuesday and Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock- on Monday and Thursday. A liberal allowance will be made to' parties desirous of advertising - for three or six months. An Ezcollenfc Opportunity. Parties wishing to invest their Capital in a first rnte speculation, will do well to avail themselves of the following notice. I IS willing1 to treat with any individual for the unexpircd LEASffi of the STORE now occu ipieil by him, in nn excellent business part of the best business street of Bathurst. Attached to the - house is a suite of rooms well adapted for a family residence, as also a Kitchen and other Out-houses, | and capacious back premises. | The lease has now CJ years to run. In con nection with the premises, the Stock-in-Trade, | consisting of every variety of goods required at the [present juncture, and ...

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JOSEPH HUME. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

.JOSEPH 'HUME. ', -,/;- ' ' *'j.'rFrpm the Standard of JPreedom.J i The'-people of Southampton have done themselves'honour b) the homage they have rendered to Mr. Hume. ' They also give us an opportunity of recording the profound respect which now invests his name in the minds of all men, of all parties capable of 'estimatiue1 the most sterling virtues of tho British character. - When Mr. Hume took - up -the position of a Radical Reformer, he 'vas regarded as a wild beast ; and now in his old age — a green and hale old age — we are happy to say no mao is more generally esteemed, as a man who has tried, during a * long life, to leave the world better than-he found it. _ . ' -Mr. Hume is the architect of, his own fortunes. Born and bred in the middle rank of life at Montrose, educated, as a surgeon 'at Edinburgh, acquiring a fortune in the ?service of the East India Company prior to 1811, he has been nearly forty years in Par liament. The first part of his qareer alone would suffice t...

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Sydney. DIADEM TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 July 1851

I ? -* — - ' I DIADEM TO THE QUEEN. I . .?/. (From the Empire ) | Pursuant to advertisement in: Friday's I Herald, a meeting was held on Saturday M last, at.the Uoyal Hotel, for the purpose of i devising means to present her Majesty the il Queen with a diadern, or other ornament, I ' manufactured of Bathurst gbld. [l The meeting, owing probably to the m i clemency of the weather, and the msuffi ][ ciency of the notice, was extremely limited. I ) ' there being, perhaps, not more than twenty ! persons present. Among these we noticed ! . Dr. Nicholson, the late Speaker; A. T. | Hblroyd, Esq., J. C. White. Esq., J. G. it-- Eogers, Esq., attorney ; Mr. Blackelt,Co lonial Architect; Gilbert Wright, Esq.. OhaTles Kemp, Esq., Mr. Adam Wilson, Mr Holland. Mr. Mountcastle, Captain .?Furlong, and Mr. Clayton, of the Press office. , . , Dr. Nicholson occupied the chair, and Mr. White acted as Secretary, pro tern. ^ I The Chairman opened the business, by stating that it was himself and Mr. White...

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