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

CHINA-. - (From the Argus.) .'??' One of tho chiefs' of the rebel .; 'nrray, Fong-wihg-sah, a man of great skill and. wisdom, and well versed in Astronomy and Geogrnphy, is a native of the Fa district of the Canton Province. In order to. injure him in the most severe inanner, the Gover nor-General directed the annointinhnt of a commission to proceed to his native village, and, there destroy the fombs of his ances try, which was duly effected, and on the 20th' ultimo, the grave -desecrating hotly returned to Canton, bearing with '(hem the wife ami two sons of tho said Fpngwing san. It- wa3 reported in Canton,- when they were brought in, that it was 'Tien teh's family who had been captured; but Tien-teh has been a member of so many clans (hat we nre disposed to think the great body of the rebels are in ignorance \yho the holder of (be designation really is. Perhaps Tien-teh ' heaven's, virtue'' ap plies to a cabal, and when they have suc ceeded in their designs, the strongest of the b...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

''COUNTRY* NEWS; Ottr Prospecting Pauty. — We may at length congratulate ourselves, that the spirit hitherto dormant (although as we had surmised not entirely latent) has been aroused among the inhabitants of the town who ? have evinced their wish for the ad : vancement of the district, by seconding ':.' th'e endeavours of those who originated ? the scheme of organising a prospecting , party. Subscriptions to the amoiint' of ; , upwards of .£50 have been obtained- in the ; course of this week, and we beg attention \ to the advertisement in our issue* of to i day, calling for a meeting :. of the,* siibi; 1 scribers to form ttiqir committee and:.make preliminary arrangements ; for; conducting' the search for gold. ; That gold' exists in the neighbourhood ihas been placed beyond ; doubt, and it is;of the greatest importance i to .decide quickly;- whether, it ' may not be : . found; in quantity sufficiently, profuse to i ? ' remunerate thfr minerav ThV advantages I to bo deriVedfrpSlifi...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

' COLONIAL NWS. VICTORIA. (From the Aram Correspondent.) ?I do not think 'that— at tho Forest Creole, at nil -?evonts— tha diggeru arts' .'at;' all called .upon to make aflyy effort : for tho support of n detective . ibrco. Bobberies and Rds of violence aro by no means of such frequent ocourrenco as somo of our - doclamatoi's .would £havo its boliovo. ' Novor in tho wholo course -of my experience have I mct- with no lures a linmhnr nf mon noncrran'ntQd to gether with so Ijttlo crime 'displaying itself. Ro aollecf, I say,- displaying ' itself, for ?nono can say ?what deoilsmsy bo committed in the solitary bush ' T/hnro uo human oyo oan mark tho offence and iio human judgment reach the offontler. Speak ing only of tlia thickly-pedplod Creek, vrhero hundreds upon hundreds aralqcatod, and where it requires but a cry to bring a dozen or two of etunty arms to tho assistance of any aggrioved, porson, there is no rumbnr over hoard of offences nnd yet property to a large* amount is scattered...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

?LOCAL IFri'LLlGKNGE. WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Tho Annual Meeting of the Bathurst Auxiliary Branch of this Society was held as, advertised, on Monday evening, tho 8th instant, in tho Wesleynn Chapel. ' Tlio meeting having been opened by singing, the Rev. Stephen R a! tone engaged in prriyer. Tho Rev. S. Wilkinson . then moved :— ' That Major General Stewart do take tho chair,' which, having been seconded. nnd carried, V General Stewart said: It afforded him great pleasure to. preside at such a meeting, more *C3* pecially as ho believed this society had been the means of doing more good than almost any other satiety. (Cheers.) Tho Chairman then called upou the Secretary, the Rev. WiRiariv-F.iddington, to read tin Re- 1 po.t. t\' ' ; '' - Tho Rev. J. W. Pcmcll was called upbi to move the first, resolution : — ? - r ' Thnt the Report jiow read bo adopted and thnt tills meeting joyfully recognizes thq, hand of God in flio , success which has . attended tho -operations of this Societ...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

C ATE OF GOOD HOPE. Our files of Capo pnpers,by tho Athenian ca tencl to tbo;4tU January.. They, contain nothing certain respecting tlic progress of tho Kafir war.' Tho''lritcst? account in tho Cape Town Mail reports : — ' Grnlinm'sTown, Dae. 17, 1S51. ' Tho post from the interior — tlint is to say, from Bloctn Fontuin, Colesberp:, Cradiloc!;, nud Somersct.nrrivod at tho usiuil time. We cannot learn tlwt. any. iuCarinntion of moment was ro ccivcil froth that quurter: Tlio enquiries and expectations of tho ITrontiot arc now alinpst solely dircctod towartls tho operations beyond the Kci. Of theso operations very little is yet known, with certainty. Notwithstanding tho manner in which the, account lias boon published in tho Journal, ahtl which would lead most readers tq'supposo the statements to bo olticial, we learn from a letier from King William's Town- of tlio most indis putubld' authority, that little is known there except through the medium of Kufir reports. On these reliance can...

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NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

NATIONAL EDUCATION. ' . A public meeting was held at Mrs Black's Royal Hotel, on Wcdnosdny last,' for the purpose of electing local patrons for, tlie:Biithui'st Na tional Svhool, '??Georgd Rnnkin, Esq.,' JV P., in the chair. Tho business of the day was briefly alluded' to *by. Mr. IJankin, after ! which, Mr. Fnrrand, as Secretary to tho Committee, ox Dlaincd tho nresent nosition of tho movement. An application, he said, had been made to the government for one of two buildings formerly used ns ? barracks, &c, for a school-house, which application had been referred' to the consider ation of the Police Magistrate, who had reported that neither of the buildings was available for the purpose. There existed, however, a third build ing-, which was not required for public purposes,, and it was necessary .that formnl application should bo made by tho Local Patrons. The prc sont. meeting therefore.. was convened with the object of electing patrons, in order, that active proceedings mi...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

?COLONIAMWS. 1 ? - ? VICTORIA.' n| The Fakmers.— The most impoi*M event which has occurred in the Port FiiH district for some time is the successful iH troduction of n reaping machine ty'ra Macgreggor of the Merri, who is not M solved to enjoy exclusively the benefits m io-ni puccpss, but h;is in the most libe imnnnRr given a clear and fall report Hi,,, trial* he has . made with his new il'ii'ie. ^e can Rcarce'y imngine tnat i ,'ncii a atalement fronva such a- party ?extensive farmer will be long without irin-' a similar machine for himself. 'It 1-ident lliat in an extremely short time 1 savin' of labor and waste would H the expense- of the machine, besides Uli it would place the farmer to a cer ff de'ree beyond the uncertainty of hav Hlus° crops' lost for want of labor and M protect him from the impositions of §1 i3 We have not heard the cost, -but H an'(| any other information on the sub iiwc know will be readily given by Mr. icrren-ffor to any party enquiring. Had Hj[r Macgreggor...

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THE ATLANTIC RACE.—RAILWAY ENTERPRISE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 March 1852

THE ATL!A.NTld :RA'CE.-i--lVAlLWAT ENi: ?.'? TERP1USE IN! AMBIUOA; . ' * (From the Weekly Chronicle.) -: ' Every practical success of the ae'ason.' snys tlio Times,'-' belongs to the Americans.-'- Their reaping . machine,- their revolvers, and their yachts, are groat 'facts,' and every one who is ; truly English— truly frank and generous— will admire the skill nnd' enterprise that, produced' thtm'. Nurrow-ininded - critics, who are too wise to' learn, find out thai the reasons for tho 'America's' success were exceedingly trifling ; it was only n difference in her build, and in the construction of the sails, &c. Preyisely so, it was only n stroke with1 a knifo that enabled the ckk o.f Columbus' (which it is true must boat.ile by . this timo) ? to ' stand 'perpendicular.' Every ono can do it now, just as with the aid of coals ami fire, and somo water, they can rush from continent to continent, aud baffle tho wind and the waves. Every* discovery that is useful 13 simple. In the...

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

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. '3£Kpm GolD Discovery.— On Thurs-. ^HftveniiK', a man named Andrew -Carey,' wMitcd with us a piece of gold, bearing IK which he stated he had just found pttHft'Jirc miles beyond Avoca— and about ^Wk miles and a half to the eastward of )ciMGilligiin's. ? The land -he represented ,Mcb, with a large- quantity of crystal otk-fflU -slate, white and hlue, in abun li!t!liie covered with red clay ; he believed TM'be crown land. The game may be So be now fairly started ; perseverance it riiead to the deposit; -hitherto, we fancy ? I lies engaged in thfe search are only on io''i JSau-eiul 'of it ; the land more to the l3d IfiwariUnd eastward of Fingnl is worth iiri [ffiiiwtion— particularly about Mount Ar ™- if and the hills -in the vicinity of 'that ???ii(.mfit. It will be borne in' mind by the Ir,' that the BaUarat and ' Mount Ales ?diugin^s were not .discovered until :cii ^noiiths ortwo years had elapsed the lump of gold was found-by the lord boy, of whose : whereabouts ...

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

iun,lersi'ned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold Si ,1 o'iier metals in nny quantity. I]'1 G. BROCKSTAYN. § 'Watchmaker and Je weller, ? ? £ Howick-'striet, ? | ? . ? Ba'thurst. H-Siiecimons and Coins wanted. M GOLD ! GOLD ! i SYER, BROTHERS ^LgivetUcliiglicstcash pricofor good clear Ht4lb,lB51. ||AUSTRALIAN GOLD. ' ^n-1ersiBncd is a CASH PURCHASER of Wn n to any nmount. K-D toa'y WILLIAM CUMMINGS. : iOrffk, Juno 26th, 1851. 1 GOLD. fLcrsigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD MST in any quantity. 1 THACKKR & CO. m 511, George-street, Sydney. iuoLD! GOLD! ! GOLD! .!! I MR. AUSTIN irP,l to purchase GOLD in any quantities ffhe worth of a SHILLING to a THOU ffl-0UNDS. The highest price will in me 1)0 given. fj parcels already purchased by him, m Hhe Kinr,sample,vra\K\\\ns eleven ounces, Stan at his stores at the corner of William fjahani-streets. ' - . , . l&ers arriving in town, who may be (lesir Sltfiming information connected with the Sis. can obtain it on application to H EDWARD AUST...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

A (Fb inter's) Devil's Whisper. — We hive heard it whispered in political and li erary circles, that the speeches, jokes, and opinions of Colonel Sibthorp are about t) be collected, and published under the i-pp 'op lately mysterious title of Sijbi line leaves. ' Fbesii feoji America.— There is a Quaker, in Vermont who, is so attached to the principles of the Peace Society, that he will not have a single flower inhis garden; for 'it's teirible,' he^says, ' to walk out at this time of the year, and to see (he flowers in all directions with - shooting pistils.' ? . .... WnAT's tiie Odds, so xong as They'-bh Happy?— The contest between: the dif I'prenf countries of the world in Ihe Great Exhibition of Industry maybe called, as f it- as rivalry between other nations and America is concerned, 'all the world to nothing.'

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

.SYDNEY- MARKETS. .Wheat nnd Flour.— Sydney Flour Mills, 12tli March, 1852.: ; Wheat comes : into market rather scantily ; tho best sanfplcs have been readily pur chased ? at improved prices, as, much as 4s. 1 1 d. per bushel ?lin.viiig been given.' Flour is steady at former rates, without the slightest nrobab'IitV of being cheaper. Tino £13 perton and seconds - £11. Bran Is. 4d. por bushel.— T. Barker and. Co's Mille, 12th March: lTho- supply of wheat ' during tho week has been tolerably good, arid vary fair quality. Somo Huntcr.'Rhcf wheat has -been purchased for 4s. 2d. per bushel, but best samples have' sold at 4s. 4d. ' flour continues firm 'at £13 for/ino mid £11 per ton for second?. Brim lF.2d, to lr.,4d. per bushel.—- Victoria Elour Mills, 12th JIarch : Flour remains at Inst week's quotations, vi/.., £13 per ton for fine and £11 for seconds. The supply of wheat this week lins been indifferent ; some prime samples havo b'cen sold, at 4s. lid por bushel, Biscuits.— T, Barker a...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Wheat-is brisk in sale at from 4s. 3d.' to 4s. lOd per bushel. , ? Flpiir-^-Tho mill quotations are., the same as last week — Fjne-13/., seconds HZ. per ton. Maize varies as to sample, and sales a littlo brisker. English barley is selling, at from 2s. 6d. to 3s. per bushel. ?'Ciipoditto is worth from '2s. 3d. to' 2s: Gd. per bushej. ? - .' w '- Hay rcalisod from 4/. 10s. to 5?. los^per ton, and a baro supply'. ' .„ ~ Butter is worth from lodi to1 Is. por lb. ' Cheese — Tho market ? is betttr^supplied,:anit realising from '63. to 8d. Bacon nnd Hams— None. Eggs are worth about Is. per dozen. Tat Pigs— Saleable if well cured and. small sizes. Calves— Nominal. Shcop will meet with ready sale, . if heavy and. prime ones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

Edited printed, nnd published by W»u J^ Fariund, (solo proprietor), (it the Batiici ,,, EBBB FltESS AMD jMlKINO JOURNAL 0' L^i 'Willinm-strect, flnlhnrst, New South W« ,.,, L ' Wednesday, March 17, 1852.

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MR.MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH, 11TH 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. Thuksdayj March, 1 Itu 1852. TB, 2 boles wool, scoured lambs' at 15d : F, 15 at 12Ad ; T, '2 grcaso at Cgd; WT, 27 at 12id; I-lW, 8 handwashed at 15d) JCR, 1 broken at 7^d ; T, 2 greasy and clippings at 5d ; JGOS, 2 at 9^d ; AC, 3 skin at lO^d j'L, 1 nt Hid j IFIELD, 2 grey nnd washed locks at 9-|d ; K in circle, 2 at 6?d ; ISPc, 2 at 12$d ; 8 at 12Ad ; CMD, 29 at I3$d ; IDIGHT, 1 skin jnt7d';.JEM, 2 .broken and locks at 8^d ; P iovcriiT, 8 at 143d ; JMP, 8 at 14d j GRy in ' diamond, 30 fit I2jd ; AT, 60 at 13^d ; TG\V, 1 9 greasy at Gjfd ; 11 washed at 12^d ; D in dja mond, 13 at I3jd ; 7 at 12-Jd ; AMK, 7 nt 13d ; H, 3 clippings and pieces at 8d ; It in triangle, 25 at 13;W i AFC, 12 at 13J-d ; J Dight, 23 at 13?d i PB, 10 nt 13£d ; S, 1 at S.?d ; WB. 3 at 12jd ; CxB, 37 at 13d ; T, 7 at 12d ; NSL, 4 ?handvirnshod rtnd ? locks at Hid, 6. dippings at 8jfd, 2 locks aud clippings mill greasy nS 84d' ; SYS&s, over _., 7 nt ll^d ; l over AMIi, 1 pieces ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. WEEKLY TRADE REPORT. Empire Office, Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

SYDNEY 'NEWS. , (From tlic Empire.) ? , WEELLY TRADE REPORT. Empire Office, Friday Evening, There havo only been two or three foreign 'ar- rivals during tho past ' week, and only one from England ; our additional imports, therefore, are qiiito unimportant . The English goods market has sustained no porcpptiblo improvcmcnt,'oxccpt in Drapery trade, which has' had an enhanced briskness.- There has been less than the usual nmnnnt of Tmsiness done in tha urecious metal : tho quantity of dust brought in from tho gold fields^hns been altogether about 5524 , ounces, exclusive of what may have arrived by private hands. Brandy may bo quoted at 5s. 6di— Not much business done. . Rum— 3s. 3d. ' Case Gin— lls. Bottled Ale and Pcrtcr-^-Os. 6d. to 10s. Tea— Some largo sales have been effected by auction, at prices a shade lower than last . quotations. Good samples, however, have ?an upward tendency. Sugar— Pampanga has been sold under tho ham mer at £16. Oilman's Stores continuo in demand at a ha...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. - ? ...CHEMISTJiY. ,A knowledge of chemistry, like every other kind of knowledge, to be fruitful, should bo early instilled into tho mind of youth. Hence, it may bo considered that any system of education is defective that does not embrace tho cultivation of a science, so full of wondrous changes, uncrrin' precision, and self-evident truths. What youth is tnorc who enquiring, ns invcnilc curiosity will into cause and effect, would not only give hm Kuage to his thoughts, but reflect Upon them also? And by a natural .inference such reflections bo comc identified with a high moral power, whoso sentiment, takjng a still moro dignified direction sees, in every chemical change, a law, a fore thought, such as tho Almighty alone could have ordaiiiod. Again, in the common affairs of life, how important becomes tho duty of a parent, a guardian, in the selection of a trade or profession lor a youth, to consult tho tendency of the natu ral inclination or mental dispositio...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

?COUNrRY NEWS. Eabthquake.— On - Sunday morning the 7th instant, ahout a quarter to five o cloc-lc, a.m., a ijreat number of the inha bitants of this district were aroused from their slumber by the shock of an earth quake, which lasted several seconds- it was felt at Binda, fortv-six milns »n tl« north-west; at Lake George, at Gunning I at Braidwood, and at Yass; at the latter place, according to report, it was more violent than at Goulburu, when some of thc- people thought it violent enough, it having shaken the rings of their bed cur tains and the crockery of their wash stands^ till they rung again. Those who had visited the countries snilnVnf fn !!,„»„ convulsions, were at no great loss to tell what was the name of the disturber of their rest ; some take upon them to affirm that there were two shocks, and that one of these lasted from six to eight seconds, and was preceded by a .sound like distant thunder, which was closely followed by the ihock.—Goulhurn Correspondent of the Her...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

lUGA!; INTELLIGENCE. Fatal Accident.— On Sunday tho 7th in stant, a man named Charles Do'run, who was employed by Mr. Davidson xthe surveyor, met l^r ?l,.]lls'lcath '' thu blowing manner near Wellington. Whilst riding on the ilniy, his horses, which wore very ? fresh, took fright, and started olfat full gallop, swerving from 'the. road, and taking the bush. Leaping from tlie front of tho dray with the intention, as is supposed' of endeavouring to stop the horsss, he was thrown to the ground by tho impetus of tho flviii' vc I ncje, when one of the wheels passed 'over his head and killed him instantly. An inquiry into' the circumstances was instituted by Mr. Cornish, J.I ., wnen the above particulars were elicited. # Gauhon to Horse ^Diuveks.— An. accident similar to the above, but neither fatal nor very serious, occurred on Saturday morning last, to which tho writer was eye-witness. A man of Mr. lords was proceeding into tho bush for a load of wood with a horse team, seated on the fr...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 March 1852

'. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. '.' ? ' There never -was a greater 'depression in 'the produce market than at this moment; arising from tl:e inadequate power of the '.Bdnks'to grapple with flie largely increased exports, arid'eonseqnent depression in the exchanges, and general tight ness in 'money matters. - ? ' ? Most sincerely is it to be deplored, so far as the producers are concerned, that no means are de vised for giving relief to' this most '.unnatural state of things. Wo have littlo alteration to note in price, save that it was with great difiicultv»la8t'week's. rates were maintained at' 3 hursda) 's am tton. Washed wools are decidedly one penny halfpenny per lb; .lower than they were in January last, and. this upon improved accounts from home. Greasy Wool and Skins have not suffered to the same extent. Tallow and Hides remain as last quoted. Gold has again fallen, andCls. 9d.wos submitted to to-day at: auction. Freights to London — Wool, $d. ty lb. Hides, 15s. tol?. ^ ton. Tallow, 1/. ...

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