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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

To'itieEjitto^of-i/ie;^ ,.:Siftt-- *?n.a; late; jjum,b.er {p(^ the '.Byiri^ [fyqaidi I, obsier ye, ( ji; bunqb, oft. .blactber ne$ l vta$: sho.xyn'.,in iSyJiney.i? and ;s^ippp.seci' tp he ] the.first eroivn, iu the ,colony. ? ; , ; ' -\ ! T.jUpvvards'lp'f i t^u;. y^ar'sj^gpl pur. district! could, Jbaast -of .thin, plan^, and, cannow^shew' apo^t 2,000' iii bearing, as : jalsp^f^ljr kinds I of, gopseberries, yj?., a,rpug$;rre,atja,.rough^ greeo,^a sinppthu amber, i a.n4 ,.a srappth greei.;';.;.:'-. ,..,-. -'.,;v Vv^—u;! :?:;? :;: '???'?. :' ??? ;'; ::- ..??'?? ' '-??-. ) ^^iJ&Qfilttii '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

19* '&*' -6- riot identify burselrca with;thft'oi-liiidms:T6f! -; . :--: ; ???;' ' I'tiur Correspondents.:'.' :?:?:.' Mk..s';., i j

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Local Intelligence. BATHURST HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

Hocnl Intelligence. BATHURST HOSPITAL: '' i The annual meeting of the ?ubscriber* to, the Bathurst Hospital -was Jieldjm, Mn.- Black's large room, on Tuesday last. There was a moderate attendance, but those, pre sent appeared ,to, take much interest tio,tho proceedings,-and as a qonsequence there was a considerable'quantity of discussion at their various stages. ' , , - i Oa the motion of Mr. Suttpr secondedbjr Mr.,Murray,vMr. , Lord was called to,, th*,, chair. r , , „,, , t ., ,.,. Mr. Lord opened the day's proceedings; by expressing his gratification at the rather j unusually large attendance* and cqngrata«l lated the subscribers and ofBcers^of the .in stitution upon its favourable position^. ^ H« believed that. the' number of patients ,4uriog , j the past, year, had been;f«wer,rth,an ordu- narily, and asi* result, he^was^appy , to; I state that there was a balance in favor of the Hospital of £16. The report' was .then read by the Secre tary, Mr. Richards,, and commenced by I sta...

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ACT TO PREVENT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

ACT TO PREVENT GRUELTX' TO ANI MALS. One of the outwmd and visible signs of the de greo of civilization attained by any community, may be seen ia the modes in which inferior ani mals and -beasts of burden are treated by the people in general, but particularly by the humbler classes. Where inhumanity is the predominant feature wo may certainly conclude that the moral sentiment of the people has been, deplorably, neg lectcd( in their education and training. - Except in rare instances, cruelty and ignorance' are twin evils, t Ancient history may 'furnish us with a Nero who could look with complaicency upon the lifeless form, of -the mother who bore him and to whose death he was accessory, and with a Domi tlan who waged a fierce and exterminating war against tho whole race of house flies. The first French revolution had its Bobespierro and the Hungarian war assisted to develop the blood thirsty disposition of tho two legged tiger Haynau. These from their exalted rank may be presumed to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

Wanted. A STEADY MAN, who understands tho man agement of a sheep establishment. Apply to J.B. RICHARDS, Cu'rwittyan,. January 7th,. 1851. ? 'White Turnip Seed , OF a very superior quality, on sale at — F. STRACHAN'S, Bathurst, January 31st, 1851. THE board appointed by Ws Excellency the Governor to enquire into the management of the General Post Office, now hold their meetings on Wednesday and 3?riday in each, week, at the; Colonoial Treasury on Church Hill, Sydnoy, where; any communications (not anonymous) will be re ceived. | (Sd.) C. D. RIDDEL, ' ' Chairman of tha Board. - MJ Pick«r|ckP«pecg,fll.^ V Barnaby Rudge, 5s. '1 r r- -,- -. Martin Chuzzlewit, 63. Nicholas Nickleby, 6s. — Old Curiosity Shop, 5s] American Notes, 3s. 6d. - ' ?' - ? ' ' BULWER'S NOVELS. I ? ' Paul Clifford, 4s. 6d. Itlcnzi, 4a. 6d. Eugene. Aram, 43. 6d. ' ' ' '' Pelham, 4s. 6A. -1 '* Last of tho Barons, 6s. ??''/. Godolphin, *3. .- . c,y Last Days of Pompeii, 4s. Cd. ? W. R. PIDDINGTON, Bookseller, Stationer...

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O'CONNELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

, ,0'CONNELL RACES. The annual races, held in commemoration of the anniversary of the colony, came off., on Monday last, in the presence of some two to .three hundred of the Fish River peasantry, of all sorts and s\zs3, and or both, sqxea, most of whom were decked out in their holiday beal. Amongst the number were, a respectable muster of Bathurst gents, who generally make a holiday pi this occasion, to enjoy a day's rustication and festivity at the comfortable little hamlet. Early in, the morning groups of horsemen weret to be seen leaving the town and rattling along the road at a speed, and in a style, which proved that the healthy and invigorating breeze which prevailed through the ,day, had its effects upon their young blood. Considering that the day previous had /Worn/ the appearance of approaching' general, rain,, the weather turned out particu larly pleasant, and all -appeared to enjoy themselves without (except in a very few cases),* committing any excesses. A cold collation...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE POLICE APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

THE BATHtJRST TREOMS^ -SATURDAY, FERRUARY 1. 1851. - MXAGKA TS8T TBRITAS ET PR/EVAT/BBIT.' - I ? , ? ;. ? — ? ' , THE POLICE APPOINTMENTS. ' How, or upon what principle, government appointments are. made, may be a matter with which an inquisitive public have no right to interfere, but ' disagreeable as in quiries of such a nature may be to those at the helm, of affairs, it is an English habit tendered constitutional ,bv long,practice and precedents innumerable, an 3 one that will continue to grow more troublesome and In trusive, proportionally to the increase of popular intelligence. John Bull is anxious to pay twenty shilling* in the pound, bat liia blunt honesty ia accompanied with a shrewdness and a keen perception of the intrinsic value of things, from which origi nates ^a ' stolid determination to have a penny-worth for his penny, or know the reason why. He has a growing dislike for all things counterfeit, and thinks no more of a counterfeit minister, or colonial gover nor, tha...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

wmmmmmmm. Ej^tofoppperic Jtiji thaVclBthOGctdhfir^dndf; 'hf»Y##tyU$&s^^^^ Family: was mgopd. health. ^ , , , ?-., ., ?^Tratfe ^riiiBuWbnp'a'Ha* -Vo^ifttl jf ^i* inj^foyih^ ! The Ms'i: $aof£ti^ W9^T'it; yrJifs.^St'l^peet^ i^ftikjjivktvthat^Kish, r&te -f 6^;oiaTri yMays:'1;00; x^ne*!itfteft eYe^cer of -Prussia' m th)f Sch'les*' ;^^^«pn^ti!iki¥el'' KWd ex:cl&a; th^ ihtf ig v liatWfiy^fpyaa^&f: atfd;; Rus8ia,;i:Who ' #eY e' tfnii6u9T(rdtm«rcltiaS!(ai'rtiy ititdf ^Sjlesiai.-bYirt5 ;Btt^rfdtf^ff»';-ribti^ilHdg7t6.gonfiii;threr''ihHft'! ?S^etn'oftati»rfceranithe''t'fir8t';'instan6ei'i:'-'lJ*i-';- lfcW'BrasBia^presfervesY.a strict. neutrality jit's ii^evidenBiihaty her two » powerful :: heigh - ; l^uii^ilto^^ belli j}*M& England Will not be diainc.lirtedttOrS .'a_s3\,|j^^^J,CiJt,l!!?.ij9W-t.T.8;n-9.PlA'rflnPe- d° nbt^Mve^tHerdesifed effect '''''' ® The ;Quee^09f5tHelBe.lgia9?.-eWest daugh ter of Louis' Phil ipp.e)_died at the early age of tbirty-wght^...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

Jftiscdlaneous Igxfoacts. ELbctro - Magnetism as a Motive P-qwbr. — Professor Page, in the lectures which he is now delivering before the Smith* ponian Institution, states that there is no onger any doubt of the application of this power as ^substitute . for. steam. He ex hibited the 'most imposing experiments ever kvitneBsed in this branch of science. An immense bar of iron, weighing 16Olbs., kas made to spring up by magnetic action, pad to more rapidly up and down, dancing like a feather in the air, without any visible support. The force operating upon the par he stated to average 3001bs. through jtenjncheo of its motion. He said he could taise thia bar 100 feet a3 readily as ten in fche? i and he expected no difficulty in doing the' same ,with' a -bar .weighing one ton,,bra ipriaiforg^'hara a^vd .cpjilp^ make (^anAehgi^e'mth^iVstrokeipf! 6; t2j; 20,^flr;iany^nuniber;^o^ most ;beautifu);ie.xperi«n.ent,w;e javer witdessed waa^the loud sound and briHiant flashvfroria the galy.ahic, ...

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Sydney intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

v'.y&V*' ??;-?'-;: .-'?? ??????:-?-? ;oi ;-???---? H^ii- it ^{Th^ ;Di8K a:8b: ? in ^CATTLB.^^We^feelieve5 tbattcattie(«re -dyingoM4fid'Co'anty:pf'i6dm'-* b'ferltfttdffrbni^e disease 'iioV' pleValetft.-iiT' }$WF?}$l,m»?Pm ^p9;;WtJv-M&. '.jpajt, .lost , fifty bead.that jvsere,jrecenily j4i»-ought dotym thecpunlry- ftui tfche ^Sj.yd ney market; o ;\Vuth4 ootiafly ? desirgv to create alarm, we !.ihin.tc thfpubiiC&q^^ fact, that ?ttir'-diseasp, : which ia , raging among the cattle, this year, 13 a . matter of, serious consequence, ??andi: cannot be too carefully guarded^agamst- ia.tjj e purthase'of animal fppdU- .^-VSTe do '''-hot'' know whether ^r5e^bclc?are affected bV' the 'same' 'con-; ;tag.iqnj\|rot^:,aU:8\qg|u|Rr--o0ourren:ce:'ivoa'.me ^it^^|J^Srj|^*oWledge '-.lasf Wednesday, ^jh||fc|- /'deserves jmentionv in 'refefence'tp' /this subject iiiliiatsr^idiilg^^ ^]^ii$j^^tfet'g^ ?^ee^-^piiii 1 having eaten, as he.sjasngcled; a :^rtiSn-3pf; -va^ dea'd _ liprse; r ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

^iiMiiKb scalp^usual :at -tbis/seasbh,^ ^^ a'ntVjt^eipripesiirepnrfceac last W|«l;.,,Iiayo(jb/3ejir' well;^:^m £hislV/: *V'^; ' -;~' '''-;:; ?'?'';?';?'.-.?. -.''?_ 'r:^: ?? ?-?-;.' ? For - Uio 'llmited'quaritity of Tallow which has? beenvofreredl. advanced ' rates .have- been' obtained,- 231. 1 Os. having been given for a parcel of south ern, beef.. ??' . ,^.. , T~'~~~~''-. - , ;, .... u,., : 3. ^ : '^he'cpakinS icqmrharitl' full' pVices. V5 nhfl 'Hiues, whichirtro-.'scarce, arfe iieagcrly botfght'up rat ^hig-hp, r»tf3S.-,,j:;.;-i07 ?,(?-' V; -T r- '! -; ;:3 vV/li' Pi n^r.. :i.l Vi -,-,-; A fejv , days later English, accounts ,have been rcceive'd via'-'San^iS^Hcisl/o, bill tliefo' ti'iiS ^ coKi-1 MOrciaVintelligo'ne^off^n^nti'' .1j-:?'- '3 tTl -(qosti ' '^.v'iit. .- '..- ?--«;?(!? ^';;i;^-fvybot1l;i!i--'^'' '?:?'-?. ';''; ,'J)V'' '??^'?'r-r- N!??-S^lperioV''cJip:3'';vi.^;C;l'?i^i^??.4'-!^tb;-0 riJ^airl'to gp,O(J^i;vv..'.;:-i .;j.^l-.u2i''i:;.'l^;3|vnoi Greaso .......-;...... 0 5J- ...

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Colonial Reims. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

\rMolmkt?^m ?-'?????.' '.''[??' '' :^-p6RT^PHltiAP^,:';;^c:;;:^i ' Drbadfol - -Occurrencb.— Intelligence ? reached Melbpurn.e yesterday. rn,pr.ning, of a dreadful catastrophe' '\VhicK occurred about; five' io'cldck- 6tT Tuesday !aflerrhoori-'at;tne; Native'Ppjice^ Station at Natrra 'Narra War^.i retf^which 'thei^is'every^ terrninate (he ^existence* ^ ofr'one;ofxthe'sub-i alterri officers i;bffth^ cprjp?^*artd^p)acihg| a' second 'in* jeopirdj''^ rdf 'pierish'ingv-bh ; the scaffolds J^ whictt ire^in cirtUlati^n4Ht ^^Jiffiijul^ito! fUtinislrCouf Ireaaera ^ithT«Tiy'a(gc8iirYt jStTflffci oecurV^ce ^hich mW b'e'irm parficula'rk,' but ^froni'* tlve^iriquiries we'Ka'Ve j instituted we^are- induce^1 to 'believe' tha'tj ^He followi ng-majf relied liprtn i~It appearal that from sorne' cause ' ^(report ?sSykfthe-fall^ j ing in 'with '*rsomen'eUeys'^addressedr''t.p-t:'nTsi .wifef';^r^Wal4h^^h^^Bi^;f;5plffi^ Native 'Policerh^b^ feelings of jea1busy;|\|iih; -,'fe'gir^ito': the^aty ! tehtions paid ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

^?SYDNEY 'MARRteTS^-FRttf at; ' 1 GRAiN'{iFr.piiRV &«.— Mr. Brenirtt's^Mill^ /;A; frill* lyefag&isupply.iof.-'wheat /had ijboen!; Wceivi?d;into the^rodlj.thiSj^eelc, ancl prices, .have been stqady at. '5s'.; 2u; to os. odl'per '.'buslvel ^fm'j.primV. samples,' yv I tfi 'a' ^VtJpbr tlotfa te' -abate frie'ri t' ori' middling' arid inferior^ descriptiong.i* 'Itis 'hot expected that ahy grea.|tf-Bfdvi.otio.ni-.-jvill,,-;taj{e;.plj|pbj oi.v^thegoi'ratos. throughout YthR-season,,^ Thero;f.has ;jwep n.'gopd. ilcmHnU'for'floiVr, and* prices' are very' firm at Xi£ pe^tbn'fdr' firtt^ aiid:il37i!for ^ ' sec6ti tisranU' 12;; for^ ratioh'ii( bran ? 5^i ; per i ton/ of? 20OOlbs ;— Messrs. ? Bar I^amLCo1. rjepo.rt that^gxjojl supply; of ,whcajt?J ch'ic^y.i.coastiyise,' has beefi, 'received during- the,, jvee%nn(i: wliiclii-'lias!;p'a'Rse(l' oflE'frofn' S's; i'&:5i\ 5tl; ' iccordingf ,i to qnality; JElou r i remains i fir rri 5 nt-.'las.tJ ?W9p1k'^|^iip1t^Uq^^J)^;for.Hfijie,...

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Government Gazette. GROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. LEASES BY AUCTION. (Under the Regulations of 29th March, 1848.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

3' °6f^ctnmtttti CSa?ettci! ? tJROWI^- !IiANDSr WITHIN1 THE1' ?M* ??}. nSET^Ii&D DTSTRIGTS; ;^'- ''?? ? '° ^'''''?'''??^'i^A^i^.^'yifucTiwv^ '?'?''„'', ..'?!'! :: ,iHi$j^xeeTlienjcy.the,-GdVE»^0R5di,rects;?i-.; jtp, ijje.rnp.Ufi?^ for , the information ipf* nlh ;perspn3;cp9ce.rqed^ th,a.t .Leases /-f^hec^erei, :uud^:j^scr,iber^Bor,tipjr|«,p^;:la^ JRegulation© in'^trestibii.^^::^f^ ^-:vitfr:zw 2.- F.urther information respecting!.' the \Kads&$^-&WM$^r-)m JthVJSufve|or i0enera1;''Hndr'-respSc't-rng tue fc6ndition3!ffqfii- iKe'CSlobiaVTreasur^^Syahey/and-a^ Ppiice Offices df'th^ distficts'iJ';'v:v; -!i'° flfU j .3y-;T.hei;Up8.e^iipr[ce; ptj-each lot, .. iarj;jLOs.j perseciion of 640 acresTforiue year ' com-, 'naencmg 1st January, 1851. . , . I ,4. jfThg jf all pfice:-bid;for.'^p|ch/{lp^.n^aBt;ber baid davrn.:'^ tjhe.time ..;.of;.8a'lev,in^iraiiare'.pf] iwhich, ,or jfvnojtj Jbid;-?fpr,'^th'e;- Jap.ds. .will! becprn^/open t to neeleption.ij ip; cppforpo'}tyt ;witi...

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English Extracts. LIVERPOOL AND THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

^rig|(#|i&tra^^| 'f^fffit;tB~Eii^-0§ffii6n; Sejpi;'23~j . ... It ^|do^i,§6?nfewhat; strange that Liyer iyaool, so eminent^ in Jthe commercial world ^hav&uiade^ny^reat fexertion to' obtain her : Jfavr proj^imwa^^the1 trade i^vit'h our; Aus Vtralianjc&lpiiie^^ to cen-i ,^Q^^el||^)^p]Q^on;^;iFav9urably placed as; ' the '^ceotjf^jf: seaport-; of the kingdom, inj iramediafe; proximity to the great woollen' Z manufacturing 'distnct^witli the largest? ,. ateamfleet.afioa^'me position and ad vanta*: .ges of Liverpool seem ? peculiarly adapted ' ?to-secure her the passenger trade outwards,! ?and also make her ?.?the' pep^t for; wool, the1 chief. article 'of export from J^ustralia. In ^Tegar^^MtwardifretgWsj nbtonly^is, her' ; central position and- the cheapness of ? com ?, ijctuincation with. Irelkad, Scotland, Wales, 'hnd the iiortheru8 half _of England, favour able to th» carrying of passengers, but she; has great jnafcurai advantages in the expor tation, of tho3aar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

TUST I ANDED, gdv0N SALE at the Stores of t) tho'U undersigned — Martetf's brandy1 B.P. rum, Geneva, in red cases Scotch Whiskey, in barrels Booth's British gin, in hogsheads Bottled ale and: porter Sherry, in' hogsheads, quarter-casks, and octa voea Ditto, in 3 dozen cases Port wine, in wood and bottle Vlnegar,Jin quarter-casks and octavoes Oilman's stores Salmon — J'eas Currants and raisins - i Liverpool and rock salt ,, Hyaon'skin and other teas ' Fampanga sugar 1 Iron;rassort«i!'»l5!P3 Iron pots and camp ovens Nails— batten, horse, and lath Cask of shot, assorted SUeepshears, with and without springs luvoices^of boots and shoes Superior Witnoy blankets, 8-4 to 12-4 White and coloured rugs and counterpanes Coloured woollen rags Guernsey shirts Blue and red serge shirt3 , ' Scotch'twilled and regatta shirts Carpeting and hearthrugs Shirtings, sheetings; and calicoes Delaines, Orleans, and, muslin drcsse3 Ditto in hosiery, woollen, and cotton , With a general assortment of' drapery...

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A LETTER FROM KOSSUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

A LETTER FR6M KOSS0PH. (: 'From the Manchester Examiner andTimet.J The following is a letter which the exile Ko«59uth, the late president of Hungary, has written, in English, to General Cass, of the United States of -America, in reply to an address of respectful avrapatby:— *?* kutaya (Asia Minor), May 2a, 1850. ' Ganeial,— It. 'is already ten' months that I. have had the anguish, of exile to en^ dure- Nature -has man's mind with won derful - elasticity endowed. It: yields to many chainges of : fate., and gets accustomed even to adversity. But 'to one' thing the patriot's heart never learns to inure itself — to the pangs of. exile. ' ? '? ' 'Xpu remember yon patrician of Venice, who, when banished, feigned high treason, that he might at least from the scaffold cast over the Rial to a glance once more. \ ; ' This fond desire I can easily under stand. I can so the more, because yon Venetian, though exiled, knew his father land to be happy and great.; but I,; sir, carry the dolor of mi...

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THE CONGRESS AND THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

THE CONGRESS- AND- THE ?\TELE- * ,'= V' -?..??',. .?..?,:??? '?'GRAPff.--:,--'.- ?' / ?? :.: CFrom the London 'Examiner.' ) ..'vGn-tlie 22nd, 23rd, andr24th of August, lher peace cong'ress discharged its cannon add pf eloquence at' Frankf9rt:- On tne last day, Saturday, Ka-Ge-Ga Bow .(wow ?) ex hibited: the pipe of peace gratuitously; Doctor Weil and Doctor Bodenstedt spoke French and English to the audience of strangers in a' German town; ;md Mr. Cpbden closed the firing with, three cheers. , A cdupleof days afterwards, a steamer, j the Goiiah, quietly.- left Dover; with' some copperwire on board; of .which one end was fastened to the English shore, and the other end the Goiiah was commissioned to make fast upon the shore of France. The day was fair, and the sea calm : the ele ments assisted m the 'work of peace. Communication by electric te!egrn4-h .was soon complete fronvDover to Cape Grisnez; and though an accident has since interriipted it, it is but for a time. ;-.,The interru...

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Original Correspondent. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

:''.; .^cigCnal ? .©onesporiiteiufcj^ Tdthe' Editbrbf The BATiioiaiT^ Frbr Piibss Sir,— I am much pleased; that . Miniaghas begun to' attract; the ^^ 'attention ' not' only- of ypur?e1f,:,,!b'ut'i'bf;wa ^consider able] 'par tipn;' 'of vo'ur/n'!umerpus,,rea.a,er3/j r.Aithough'tne.day! iaibut :yet-dawning: upon this new branch, t-f | oolpnial' industry^ the time' isevidehtly . not \ iaV distant wheJrix^aTC-.destinedto the full blaze, of its^ rneridian sp|eh.dour.'i 'Tis .true, ;energy,.an-3 perseverance are, .re- 1 quired t,o. bring- the; bidden resourcesjoE the | ^e'af ih;W5ijght,';andTI : am ; gratTfied tol know ? t|iat iho?e^ r^e^s^ry/.irieanS; air£ wlenlly; ;i)iit j apt) v.el y si ; ? w.Qrfei ; ..to. , br i ng . a jb,ai| t , th is. idesi r ;'- :' aWe-'iConsum rn'atiou. ? The rcopper .mines at ' the Cornish' Settlement hate : -begun to makie '..a; ; prominent figure before .(lie piiblic. Their, pruductivenessjs ;npty.b^y.oii|d.dpubt, ?Which t can assare-.yuu,r not from ..hearsay, b...

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Original Contribution. ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION. No. II.—INFANTRY. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

^fpppnSlS8m«i«iSrti| * U.iThe%bst fruitful spuS^of irjfiinitHe feTa^ organs ;get derangedi ancl^ either' Tpc^.11: or ; :gen£rai 'dhrturtifa^ice of ^he ^ajr^tera' i^»' ,tlie con seirjuewce V^|? remed ies^iherefprie^to cou^tera£% b^ ? consist, 'more 'inr a ^orrgctipiir^f'It!^5(!diet^ ^hatf ;aii ea&ibitjdriPpir* \mffpcme1s.ni3u£:rl; ^ j:f^egfeon^j flaying that medical advice inould not be resorted tbyjiion-thefcSntrarv, the real .h^^e-vip^^h'ev-^U^rbaDce will ' be . -TOtOfre.li.easily^nrtwn, .iana\!the.-. cause) traced betfcry than *bf those ^wTioSfr1 ^ncautipffa , or MpWdenJ vp^^^ ; Ia}ih£1hapd?/^ ?4^g^p ii*^ . foigjeats 'ahdjsufficiep^aiuse^for: 'th-erp eibi bitipo : the Ivjwejs, pf an itifaiitf tn'ay^becoine ; ;? J$ti£dM atm rVc^^i^c^iitvon^par^escas |ciJ6io.e.lilftcaiin,mpn-v' :rhu1ia^b,'&c.,^inr order ;i/:that they may, ~be£$eH&ve!ir an,d properly cleansed of the Ted««4ant raucous which t lin%^^ir?'l&^e^ rti^b^eV'ovBtit, W woiild ,;: ^feWfflfieWiry'...

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