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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

CHINA. (From the Uiibarton Advertiser.') From files of Hongkong and Shanghaa jour nals to the 10th October, we take the following 8x:rac!3, YfiHch, although'not of U tar d at s than those included iu our recant summary, ara of some interest : — 'The Spanish brig- Brillantt, which -was sup posed to have foundered, on tho fihssngc to ihi nilln, tunis out to have been tnksn by Chinese pirates rrithin sight ot Hongkong lmrbour, so late as July last. Tho fullest particulars of tho s.-id affair wa gather from tho Hongkong Register, September 30 : — ' Thu Spanish brig B Manic Io(t this havbour on tha lOch July hut, and by ?id vires from Manilla wo learned, that up to tli3 9th inst. 'shs had not arrived ilic're. Shortly after tha departure of r!ic 'Brillants it was reported that tha masts of a brig were v:slblo at lrnv wa ter, near Lisgtiiig, a umall islnu.'l on thcother 8Jd« of tha Lama. No search nppsars to hava boen made until lntcly, when some iiifurmatioi) was communicato-J to tha poli...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

rRODuCG circular; There is., positively no ; change whatever .-'to report iii.oiir.prodiiccrnaikcts since tho last week if .wo except n litlle depression in tlio price of tal low, 26s.; being tho best '; quotation for ?.' beef,' bcirifr'a fall of lJ-Dcr cent.' About 400 bales wool sold at, '.'last wtekly, auction ' nt nbont similar prices, .to i.thoso.ficaiiscd.;rit .the previoiis.snles,' Gulii sold nt atictiun at 37: 2a. 4il.yc3tord.-iy, but it would bo difficult to obtain tlmt price pri vatdy.' ' ???' .. .?'''?' : ' :'? ' ' ' -' .? ' *'?? ', Freights to London— Greasy Wool, Jd. ip ft., ? '- % '?;''. anil 5 per cent. . : . .-.'-. '.?'..' ; AVaslicd ditto, gd. ditto, 5 ? '...-?.' ?; , ' -ditto; ???.' , ..?.'..?? ..'. : ''? ' ' Hides,, 20s. to 25s. ip. ton. ?'.'.-.. Tallow, 1/. -15s. |- tori, and 5 percent.' ? - ? ????'-. Oil, 3/.-ip tun, imp. '.- '?- .'Gold, i |-cent. ' Exchange- on London— Bank drafts,' Gj- ip cent discount. ? ' ' .. . :? . Privato bills,, (with produce hypothecate...

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SETTLER'S WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

SETTLERS' \VHOLESALE PIIICE CURUjjl . Wheat hns slightly ndvanced, and best sairHS nro worth from 5s. to 5s. '3, per bushel. VBbi Flour still remains quoted at tho Mills^Hbrl .£13, seconds, £11 per ton. ^Bm Maize— Prime snmples are fetching frooB Gd. to 2s. '9d. per bushel. . ?? ; English Barley— ^The best malting samph^R^ worth about 3s. per bushel ; meilium ditto, j.^Bh to 2s. 6d .per bushel. ... . ^Hc Cape Barley— Sales limited, nnd renlisinffr^R,. 2s. 3d. to 2s.;6d, p'r bushel. ?' ? Haj'— Tho 'market very bare, and prices rii-^V from £5 to £5 10s. per ton. H31 ? Butter is fetching from ipd. to Is. TiorllijBin best samples ; inferior qnalitics nnsnlenlile, V| y ?'? Cheese varies from Cd. to 7d. per lb. nccot|H|P to snmples. ? . !?? . Bacon nnd Hams— None. : HIS Eggs sell readily at about ls.^pcr dozen, ^b'11 Fat Pigs aro ready of sale, if in good conJijHtai and small. sizes. . - 'Kll Sheep arc plentiful, and no deviation H „ prices. -.'-... » , . ' - Mr Bullocks— The market keeps...

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

PRtCES CURRENT.. WOOL.' ' .'?-'?' , '. '.'' ' . b. d. -a,, d. Superior riiips \. ......... 1 '3, to 14 Fair to good .';...'...;. ? 1 ljl to 1 2£ ',-. Low to middling ........... 1 \fr to 1.1 ;. Grease .................... 0 '5.J to 0 8 Iliuidwaslicd and scoured .. 0. 11 to 1 0 - ^/ TAtLOW. ?; Beof .'........ £20 Oi 0 to- 0' 0% 0 Mutton ? -£27 0 0 to 0 0 0 : Station tallow .'.£22 0 0r to./ 24 0 0 .V. 'Hides, each, ? 5s. to 7s. 6d; ' ' 'Sheepskins, y ft- -.????... Sjd.toSjd.' : * ''? ? ' -, , -gold. ?_.?,.- ??.'. ':'_'_ '?'..:'?.. '-.' ; Dust and nuggets,. ip;' oz., 3l:Ss. -V ?5 i ' ?? THOMAS S; MORT. '. Circular Quayi Sydney, ^ '? ' -; ' ..March 19, 1852.,* .

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

1 ' '?-??????? . ? WKKKfAr CALENDAR. d ?*? .i ??' ?«.? 'I .-? ,£a : i .: ,t||Ti ?'' ?? .???? -u^--H' .si. h.^- ?'-;$£ ;n. V'sm.* Mar. 24 W.:. 6 V -^7 :6 % '*# '3^.^,3' 25Th. 6V . 8 6 . 5s4 4 , .? 3 i!G;F. ? 6; '. -8-6' -. ft,3v5!i?.i:v3 27!s. c' ;?-? 9 cv ;r^2'6^;.':-3. 28JS. ' 6 . .10 6; ??-..' ;': 0 ,7V.; 3 29:M. '6 .10 5;.: 59 8 . J3 SO'T. C :-ll 5 ;? .; 57 '9 . .3

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A BRIDGE ACROSS THE MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

A BRIDGE ACKOSS THE MACQUAIUE. A few weeks ago wo' presented our readers witli an articloiin which' we endeavoured to con vince them ,. of the necessity that, existed for n bridge across the Macquarie, in order ? that com muuication might remain uninterrupted between1 Bnthurst and the surrounding country. And knowing as wo do, from long experience that no arguments-arc half so forcible' ns those which directly' or otherwise appeal to the pocket, we again re-open the subject, iu-the hope that somc . thing tnngiblo may result frcm our endeavours. Again for the hiindrcth time tlie late rains so flooded tho rivor as to interpose a barrier as com plete for the timo being, as the wall of China between Bathurst nnd Sydney, in one? direction, nnd ,B.\thurst and .Turon in another. To dilate upon the inconvenience nnd pecuniary loss to which tho business people of Bnthurst ore periodically subjected would bens useless as it is self-evident. How long would these be suffered by an American popu...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

COLONIAL -NEWS. , -VAN DIEMBN'S LAND. Goxrsurf v 'or; ConRT.— The Adjutant of. Hiir.-9D Foot attended, tha police court on Sa turday list, as a prompter and ' legal advisor, to ' two oMiis'nion.Jwho,- having boon identified ns the parties who commiteod the brutal nn3.inlt last ropnrted' in. onr columns, wereallowod thebonefit of an 'unusually pnticut hearing ; and after no 1?sj than eleven -witnesses on both sides, being examined, 'Messrs. Wilmot and Hono, tho pre siding niiigistraiep, having found the men guilty, sentonced thorn to pay a .fino of £S each to tha Crown within a fortnight, or, in default of -pay- ment, they would havo to suffer thirty dnys' im prisonment. So soon as this vtta. mndo known by the bench, tha Raid Adjutant, in a most con tamptnons, ungentlemarily, and injudicious rrmn uer, told his two soldiers, before the magistrates, that as they, could novor get justice in thoso courts, thev ought in future, to take the law into iheir own hands, liml, when ths police i...

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THE FRENCH PRESIDENT ON THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

THE FRENCn PRKSJDENT ON THE GREAT EXHIBITION. (Frointlie Times' Correspondent.) The distribution of tho crosses of llio legion of Ilonour, liythe President: of tho Ropublic/to tho1 most eminont of the French manufacturers at the Great Exhibition, and of tho medals of the first and spcoikI class nwarded' by the jury, took »lnice this dnv in tlui Cirouo Nationnl of the' Champs Elysccs. I Invo already mentioned how iho (lefortivo nrrangements, nnd tho want of spaco at the' Lonvro, abruptly terminated tho ceremony on Sunday last. Amplo amonds wore made to day, and the new arrangements wcro so excel lent tha! eveiy ono went away satisfied. In fnc', thcro wa9 but little to (Jo on the occasion —tho Cirquo is n Bpot admirably adaplod for such occasions, from its preson ing so many facili ties and so much convenience for a b -lemnity of tho 'kind. ? Twelve o'clock was the ho'ir named for (he' opening of the procooilings ; but long 'before that hour the 3000 scats of the fine amphitheatro'wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

FOUSD, - -J IN the stables of the undersigned, n saddle and bridle which the owner can have by giving a description, nud paying expenses' of ndver tisoment. D. rOPALAIU, Elephant and- Castle Inn, Batlmrst. March 22ml, .1852. TLOUGUMAN WANTED. WANTED n Main who can take the manage* ment of a pair of Horses for the season. ' Apply at this Office. , March, 22nd, 1852. PUBLIC. HOUSE TO BIS LET. THE houso nnd premises now in the occupa tion of Mr. Jamos Toy. Innlicoprr, Niiren, mny be leased for a' Turin, from the 1st of July next. The premises aro in cood repair, thcro is 'u capital well of water, 20 ucre paddock, with good stockyards Sec. Rent moderate. Apply to - JOHN M'PHILLAMY Mount Tarrmr, Or to J. J. ASAE, WhitoHock. ,- March, 22nd 1852. ( FAT SHEEP. k- snwll flnck of very good Fjt Sheep for Sale, ix in lots to suit purchasers. Enquire of - BYRNES, .WISE & CO., Dai ham-strret, Uithurst. March, 23. d 1832. . . ] '' TO TITE POLICR MAGISTRATE OP ' RATIUJItST. WE tin- im.liTsi...

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DEBT AND GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

DUBT AND GLORY. (From Punch j ? . '.' '? Reiently ihe ,papers have publiahetl a list of the amounts of the public debts jand standing armies of all tKe 6tates of^Europe. , It geemsi. from tliia documenti iliat^lory, as .represented by; the; military, does not' piy ; for every state , that has : a standing army, has a running debt to match, and doss : not discharge its liabilities; When we run oiir eye- down the listj and find England heading' it with a debt equal to one.half of what is owed by all Europe put together, we may naturally start at the pen alty of greatness, and almost envy the littleness of some of the petty principalities, whose happy condition is ?described by the words^V.No debt, no army.' / There are a fuw of the places mentioned whose ? standing armies must be regarded as standing jokes, for what could Lichtcn stein do with its b\ sty . men ? .which is -the niimberof : its entire * soldiery; , We defy the sovereign of the place to get up .even .a respectablj.'.ball...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

GOLD CIRCULAU, X beg to hand you (liososnlt of this day's sale of Hold Dust, ; Prices, on ; tiio whole, will .lip found more satisfactory - than our last. Somo considerable purchases have .Upon made at tho low rates during tho week, and a little more desire to purchase by those .who me remitting, caused the -littlo rise which took place to-dny. Low- rates rare still', anticipated, in .consequence of n large quantity expected from Port. I'hillip, and while our Banking Institutions arc unnble to afford the usual facilities of ndvnncn, gold for somo timo -must remain unsettled as to price. . ' . r :\ Our last arrival from London -does not put,UB 'inporseasion of any moro definite results as to Ihe real value of our gold,' few of the May or June shipa.lmving arrivwi. „ ..When this. is ascertained corrccily if will givo moro .confidence to pur chasers. '- ./ - _. ??:. .?'''?;.. ._.—^__-.. / The' news 'this week from our .various, gold fields is satisfactory. A small '{UHntity only 'came ...

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DEATH OF THE DEWAN MOOLRAJ. BURNING OF HIS BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

UEA.TH' OP THE DEWA.N:' MdOL^ ; '- BrjasixQ'oFvnia body; 'A .correspondent, writing, from Borham. poor,- Bengal, says, in- a postscript:—' As Ihe mail- was about toleuvc, news reached us that the ex-De\Tan of Mooltari; M00I-: raj, who was a Govcrnrnerit prisoner, had ji-st Hietl on board one .ot the .vupvernment steamers in the. Ganges.' - Our Gorrespon- -deh't'-has skbtchedthe Hindoo cereni'ony -of burning the .body, 'which' Aye'.hay'b.-.eh-. ?graved^ .', . '? .' .,,'.' ;', ., ;_\'^'.,. ?...-,'.,'?!.'.; la. Ihe Friend pf. India we find the foU lowinir inJerestingnotice of- the ex-Dowan : .? — ' This chief-^-of; the , 'pacific -'enst'e of In-' dian Bankers— went into ^rebellion ' ngainsf (.lie vast power of England; in April|184y,- and although he hnd-at the time, but an in-r conaiderable body of troops,1 and: a ;very limitu'd supply of cantion,' yet he \ya's' eria bled, by dint of the most. extraordinary ex ertions, so to improve his respurces.-ot' men '; and artillery as to Btantl...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. CHEMISTRY.—No. 1. GENERAL PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

ORIGINi\L;CONTRIBUriON; ' CHEMISTRY.— ^To. I.- GESEKAIi rRIXCirLES. ??.'?! Before^ tho ?: young; student attempts' to enter a chemist's laboratory, he shiiuldbe'prepared with a certain amount of chemical knowledge ;; this is indispensable, ere he ventures to experiment with .articles, tho ,. various .properties ? of which,- 'with their-, mutuil decomposition and combination, to form now mntter,-ko is riot acquainted with. Sub stances', tho niosf innocent in-thbtriselvcs apart, possess the ? elements of destruction on being brought. in contact -with each other. .Of ; the truth of this wo.nccd but name sulphur, nitre; and charconl, tho proportions of -, which, on being properly mixed, produce tho deadly? compound known ns 'gunpowder.' Wo niny instance seve ral other substances of tho like nature, as gun cotton, detonating -powdor, fulminating gold, sil ver, nnd mercury, but will allude. more fully, to these upon n future occasion. - * A knowledgo of the principles of chemistry is as n...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. JOHN LEDYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

JEITISU' EXTRACTS. . JOHN LEDYARD. :.-. ??John.LftilyartV. vis bnrnin Groton, Oonnocti ciit, in the yuar .1751. Eaily^loft without a a father, 'with 1:0 patron but poverty and his own. bnive purpose, he resolved tp ediicat-! his niind.* arid (vsplorc thn world. Having remained at Dartmouth Col|pp;e as long us he could afti)rd.he wcr)t down to the bank of thP IJonnrc'icut river, filled a majestic tree, anil fashioned its . trunk into a ciinoe, fifty fret long, and three H'idp. Hia pr.iff is hunched, snd alotve, 'with a bear- : skin fcr a covering, he pursues hislfitig voyap^, n hnnt'rcd and'foity miles, over daif^crbus falls and throajrh a savage wilderness, from Hanovor.; to Hartford. Having found no encouragement at home in clerical .pursuits, ha embarks ns a common sailor, and soon aftor en Una in tho Bri tish army, at GihraUw,-' thinking Ihe pTo^snni of a soldier well suited to a man of honour nnd enterprise.' .Escaping- thence- in abnvit a year thereafter', we find him returned ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

-COLONIAL EXT11ACTS. SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF ThR',1 c / : . GOLD DISCOVERY. Bncrso (Extract from Mr. €hief Justice A' BttlM Charge at the opening of 'die last Cr'mm Sessions in Victoria.) ? I '.The discovery of gold, first fit BullanBir and nfterwards at Mount Alexander, causiflc a simultaneous rush towards those lodHt. ties, which not only emptied our lomH,' and our fields of their former occu|ianlWi)| .but caifiefl awav withrit, rit the instanlH - landing, every fresh arrival on our slioreB The merchant saw his- counting-house sum de'nly deserted ; the tradesman his sIioh the agriculturist his farm ?; the squatter tfl station ; whilst; offers contemptuously tfl fused, or -demands too exorbitant Io ll complied with, obliged many to nban&H their focntion, and,' for a time nt -least, ll resort to the very pursuit against whose si duclions they were ; not wealthy or boil enough to bid. Tliis state of things, thoufl I have described it in the pnst, is'still «? isting .;,? and -....

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

CALIFORNIA.. Tlio following extracts nrr from some.Cali Fornian papers. received by a ktc arrival :t— Juno* Ltkoii at Kicn-RAR.— From- n gen tleman recently ;, from. Rich Bar,:wa.learn .that a . man' named D.-wid Brown w.Vs arrrst.e:!,. tried bo forp a conrt.of me people, and convjetou of s»oaling;16,000d611ars,!.'the property, oif two' Ger- majif, se'ntenc'ed to dooth, -and- thorspritenc6 c.ir riod into execution by hanging him by ths nock nntil ha' was dead.' 'Wefurther k-avn that tha trial was condnetod with the utmost 'coplnssi and impartiality —a jury of twblv'e man bmpahnolled, judge Yelcctod, and counsel aUowod tho prisoner. The circumstance.?; ns .wo loarncd them, werd'iw follows :— -'rho man Brown had been sick' s'oihe tiino since, and had Keen riurs6;l nnd othorwisp cared for by the Germans. Soon 'after his re covory the thaft w committed. :' Brown was suspected, ^brought- before a.cd'.ivt.ahd otaminod. Ha denipd tho thoft, 'and proof . smiicicat to con vict him could not ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1852. THE BATHURST BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

. ' SIAGNA EST V^niTAS ET PK-EVALEpiT.H ; ; . WEDNESDAY, MARCH; 24,^852. .;7,.,. THE BATHURST BENCH. V It is 'frequently* cmiso of complaint amongst j the professionial gentlemen 'of Bathurst 'and the pub-', lie, timt out of the strong mngistcrial corps.Xcon sistingof about a score), with wliichthis district is hiesscd, it is often a matter of clifflculty,' and sometimes impossible to procure the services of n second magistrate, ;; Having by. the express per mission of his Excellency, ;nntl by his 'act '? and deed, attained a' certain status in tho social scale, iijoy recline uppn their dignity with the full con ficiousncss'of its tnagnitnde, but a considerable oblivioifsncss of its responsibilities.- . The cabal istic characters J. P. once tacked to the end of a name, after tho ' net of 'parliament,' or ' by courtesy,' Esq.,'in too many instances, the sum mit of earthly greatness appears ; to bo mounted; nnd the owner of. that name, and the wearer of those characters, forgets Jhat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

IK TJmkrsipnedisa Cash Purchaser of Hold MESSRS. J. AND S. PHILLIPS,'' . and other metals in any quantity. -' l . of, tub , G. BIIOCKSTAYN, ? '. 1 ivkrpo3l Stores Watchmaker and Jeweller, . Liverpool stores,, Howick-strect, ? ? Ilowick-Siroet, ? - ' Bathurst. . . v . -BATnURST. ^-..Specimens, and Coins wanted: ^ ? reSpPCtfi)1]y ,,; rPmin;j t!)D jnlmi,jtants of — ? ? - nnT ., , - . . JD Birthurst', and those' from the. Hush, that GOLU .-UUJjU . - ^ lhej-r M()cl. is ,.ppjet0 wjtI) cvery artic|e jn ',tlse SYER, BROTHERS . general line, (from a needle to an anchor,) wHich ILL gi»o 'he highest cash price for.good clear t|iev 0||cr t0' ihe public, not at a tremendous sa mples. ^ . crifice, or under prime cost, but nt a living profit, Bgnst 4th, 1851. '' ? and they defy any one in Bithurss, to .?tell _. ? — cheaper than them, the following articles : — viz , AUSTRALIAN GOLD. tens, sugars, grocery of nil kinds, drapery, ladicB' [Ennrlersiiyned is a CASH PURCHASER of Iwiifs and shoes, men's ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

LOOAL INTfiLHGKNCJi. Tim Wateh rioLE Claim. — Our last infor mation from Ophir is more precise than that pub lislicd in Saturday's paper. 'Ihe rnin set in in tor rents about the Canoblas, whilst thcpnmps were at work emptying tho hole, nnd wns quickly suc ceeded bv floois. the water when nt tho'hichest,' rising several fee? abovo the level of the.batiks'. Indeed, the Summerhill Creek has not been so high' for many years past. Unfortunately tho water btVo with particular forco upon tho point wlicrc tho machinery was situated, and rising to nn elcvution considerably, higher than tho foun dation of tho .mnchinery, lifted it from itsbed, n portion of it overturning into the hole, whHst the romninder sniled down with the stream. Unless dashed to pieces against ,the rocks it is expected however tliut tho latter portion will be recovered. Of course there is a ccmpleto stoppage to all dijjgtng opsratious for t!i« greseut^nud consider ing the- thoroughly-soaked condition of the soil it is no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

TO WEAYERS. COMB fir»t-rate Workmen, rcquirei for fi £j T«rfed Factory. An. ailvanee will bsiti upon previous rales for (Weavlngi Apply to'1 .'..'. THOMAS BARKER & CO., : ' ! Stoniri ;Mills, ' ? ' :'???' ??'. ? Su5S«X-«tr«t. / - '?? -? .. . : Sydney.; March, lOtli 1852. :, : '? .??'.'. ?? — ' ',*.. .i .. — . ,? ' ? : ? ' ? ' . ' . '.^^NOTICEi';'' ;',;? ' ;.' ... - :' ? J. PRA:ZEli, ??: . BEGS to remind the inliabitanla of tlie AW Districts, Settlers, and.. Storekeepers in t interior ^generally that' he; ; cpn'iiiubs to supply1 order goods vt every description and'of thei quality at the lowest market prices, = .-?:.' '?.-'-??? '?-??: i': ?':.'::.: .L'---i~~[\ ? -.?' Coirntry orders collected .at a comtnissioii ' 2Jper cent or Oil in- the Pound. ? To customers who may 'require any busiw transnetednt 'the'. Government, or other w offices; no charge will bo made. ?'?'' All goods ordered, from the above will bo cad fully packed to carry any distance, and forwat* by the best and s...

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