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ABUSE OF INTELLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 March 1852

JIE ABUSE QF INTELLECT.' ; ma 'My Novel,' in Blachuioodfor Nov.) Here is at present so vehement a flour | trumpets, and so prodigious a-roll of arum, whenever we arc .called upon to. « \\\) our hats, and cry ' Huzza 'to I March of 'Enlightenment,' that, out |c very spirit of contradiction natural I rational animals, one is tempted to tme's ears and say, ' Gently, gently ; ? is noiseless ; how comes ' Hnlisjhten I' to make such a., clatter? Mean I, if it be not impertinent, pray, where Ilightenment marching to' ? ' Ask that ?ion of any of the six bnwlers in the ission, and I'll wager tnnpence to ftrnia that you get six very unsatisfuc Bnswevs. One respectable gentleman, I to our great astonishment, insists ?calling himself a ' slave,' but has a Ikably free way of expressing his i-'is, will reply, Enlightenment is filing towards the nine points' of the Jr. Another, with his hair a lajenne if) who has taken a fancy .to his s wife, and is rather emharassed »3 own, asserts that Enlighten...

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

I Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold L other metals in any quantity. f G. BROCKSTAYN, 1 Watchmaker and Jeweller, :| Howick-street, Balhurst. ^Specimens and Coins wanted. GOLD 1 GOLD ! SYER, BROTHERS , Lgi»e the highest cash price for good clear umplcs. lit 4th, 1851. ? AUSTRALIAN GOLD.1 mdersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of LD to any amount. WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Creek, Jnno 26th, 1851. GOLD. mdewigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD |jST in any quantity. i THACKER & CO. { 541, George-streot, Sydney. f^LD ! GOLD ! 1 GOLD ! ! 1 \ MR. AUSTIN lured to purchase GO LD in any quantities the worth of a SHILLING to a THOU BPOUNDS. The highest price will . in |se be R'^cn. .... ft parcels already purchased by him, m MeKiny sample, weighing cloven ounces, Sscjnat his stores at the corner of William irham-streets. . if zers arriving in town, who may be desir Ibtaining information connected with the i ti, caa obtain it on application to ? ? ; f EDWARD. AUSTIN, ? ;'? I ner of William end Durham-stre...

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

£5 REWARD.         STOLEN or strayed from Dirt Hole Creek, a bay blood Mare, black points, branded near shoulder RM.           The above reward will be given to any person   or persons on conviction .if stolen two pounds     to any persons (if strayed) on delivery to   MR. T..B. MURRAY,   Sofala           MR. M. STEEL'S Stores,         Dirt Hole Creek. March 23rd. 1852.   ? ; £8 KISWARU. TTTHEREAS Jerry or Garrett Keogl', who was yy lately committed for trinl by the Sofala bonch, f tr robbery from the person, and was ad mitted to bail, ' has nbscondod ;- this io to give notice that Ihe above lewevd will bo paid to any person or persons who will safely lodge him in any of Her M...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1852. THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

THE BAT HURST TREE PRESS. '1U81M. »ST YERITAS BT PRJEViXSBIT.' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 18SS. THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION ?AGAIN. ? - - ?'.;? V; And so after all our meetings, speech-making?, petitions and protests, and despito tho hopes fondly cherished that no British ministry could ao far stultify itself, as to select a goUlfield for a penal settlement, we aro now, after ten' months of an auriferous existence, informed that our land is again to bo cursod with convictism. Nothing it appears willGverconvince that stiff-nedke'fl despot, Earl Grey and his colleagues of our iramoveable determination to resist thoir -unclean ?resolves but on adoption of the policy of the Capo. The British Government has yej to learn that from a community of criminals New South Wales has grown into a flourishing dependency of free Englishmen, who have equal rights, areas vir tuous, religious and intelligent as the s'amo num ber of thoir fellow countrymon at home. It has yetto learnthat 'wo-ore an integral p...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

WEEKLY CALBNDAK. -T71 \ T'1 Jog i | ' '*--. . n. ' m, it. - m. h. - m. M«r.3lW. 8 .; la 6 . . 56 10 . 3 Apl. iTh. 6 . 13 6 . 54 11 . « JF. \« . 14 5 . 53 12 . » ? SS. 8 ? 14 5 . 5213 . S 4 3, 6 . 15 5 ? . 50]M . 3 ft M. fi - 16 5 . 49,15 . a 6T. 6 . 17 5 . 43:16 . 3

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

SHIPPINGINTELLIGENCE, / (From tlu: S. M. Herald. ) * . ARRIVALS. . ? . March 25.— Rapid, schooner, 1S5 tons. Captain T. It. Cresswell, from San Francisco ,19th Janu ary, Honolulu 15th February, and Tongataboo 10th ina'aht, 'n ballast. Passengers— Messrs. '. Brydon, Johnson, Faville.W. and G. Atkins, Mr. nnd Mrs. Higgins, Mr. J. Beer, Mr. W. Hay, and 40 in the steerage ? 2 .. —Mercury, brig, 170 tons, -Ca.* S. G. Bay, from Newcastle. '! 2'.— John Potter, U.S. barque, 105 tons, Cap- tain T. Camdon, from San Francisco 15th Janu ary, Honolulu 11th February, ltotumah 11th in-' stant, in ballast. Passengers — Mrs. Camdon arid child, Messrs. M'Donald, Dompsey, Isaacs, Gi roup, M tson, Broisniug, M'Lniue, Dean, and 28 ?in the steerage. . 25.— Margaret,' whaling brig, 186 torts, Capt. M'Leod, from tho South Seas. V ?'-.,. _ ...'. 25'. — Waratah, 'steamer, 270 tons, Capt. Freyer, from Greenock the 43th November, St. Vincent the 6th, and Ascension. the'21st. December, and Table Bay the 28th Ja...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Caufohnta Goivd. — The Canada, mail steamer, which arrived at Liverpool on the 2nd December, from New 'Sjjrk, brought another large remittance of gold. The amount was 1,290,000 dollars, oqunl to nearly £210,000. The export of gold from tho port of Now York between the 1st of January and the 15th November, 1851, amounted to the enormous sum of 35,59D,714 dollars, or upwards of seven millions sterling. Of this immense quan tity of gold, at least five-sixths went to England, and much tho larger part of it to Liverpool. Gold, next to cotton, is now the staple export of the United States, nnd England is, and must continue to be its great recipient. According to tho best es timate that can be formed of the value of the goods -of all kinds imported into the United States in the year 1851, it would amount to 210,000,000 of dollars, or up wards of forty millions sterling, whilst the value of American exports, exclusive of gold, was about 133,000,000 dollars. The . mines of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

HERE IS YOUR RE'iIIiDYrj HOLLO WAY'S O'INTMeJ —— 1 a most MinAcnLons cnnE of tun lEos.^J 43 YBAfts' svrpiiiiisa. ' 1 Extract of a letter from Mr. William Galm,\ 7o, St. Mafy's-stcet, WeymoutL dam J 15th, 1851. . 1 To Professor Hollowny. I Sin,— At the ago of 18 my wife (who is I Gl) caught a violent cold, which settled in| legs, and ever since thnt time they have J more or less soro, and greatly inflamed 1 agonies wvGre distracting:, and for mon'ilul gothcr she was deprived entirely of rest J sleep. Every remedy tbat medical men ailvl was Iricil, but without effect ; her health Euffl severely, and the state of her legs was tcrrl I had often read your nilvortisemonts, anil 1 vised her to try your Pills and Ointment- J as a last resource, after every other remedy! proved useless, she consented to do so, I commenced six weeks ago, and strange tal lato, is now in good health. Her legs are J less, without seam or scar, find licr sleep sM and undisturbed. Could you liavo witnj the sufferi...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

T«-the Editor. of the Bathurst Fru Pnst and I Mining Journal. Sir, — Yon will obligo me by withdrawing my namo from the list of Stewards named for tho ' Clear Creek' races, and by informing the pub lic, through your paper, that the person who au thorised you to insert my namo' as ono of the Stewards alluded to, had no authority to do so. I beg to inform you that when applied to, I positively refused to become ono of the Stewards tor the Clear Creok Races. I am, sir, yours trulv, SAM. BENNY SERGEANT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

' ? '/ CAUTION. ;' ;; I Lti parties arc hereby cautioned against tres O. passing on my renter] laud, or driving horses or cattle therefrom without my permission, us after this diite, every, one detected so doing will be prosecuted, to the utmost rigour of the ;* -THOMAS K1RKPATIUCK. King's Plains, \ . ' ^f arch 30th, 1852. / , : - £3 RliWARD. STOLEN or strayed from Bathurst Plains, a bright bay Maro, branded J-j on both rumps, JG on the aeck, P. VI mi off shoulder, aud PM en ..M . '.. ' ' M. V near shoulder. ! Also, a light bay Ilorsp. wilh black points, white saddle marks, branded JGr on both sides of the rump, and JS on the near shoulder. ? JS . ? .... , Any person delivering the said maro or horse io the undersigned will receive 30s. reward tor each on delivery, or £5 on conviction of the ihiif or thieves. : . . - ' : ? ' JAMES GORMAN, Du'rhara-streery Bathurst. . March 30th, 1852. .??..'. ; ' ^ FOUND, ; ? .'. ? ?? ' ON the Wyagdon road, one of Colt's patent revolving rifli barre...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. To estimate the pecuniary loss to tho Tvucm diggers, of such floods as the last and the pre vious one is impossible, ! but some idea may bo formed of it by taking n. stroll along the river ' bank at Sheep Station Point, or by the raco be low Harbottle's storo. At tho latter place more particularly tl o work of destruction strikes the beholder with g 'eat force. Beforo tho last flood tho river I ed opposite tho ra^e, which extends under the ne.ir bank a rHstanco of about a qunrtcr of a mile, w 1 aid out i i bed claims, lying next each other i e the squurcs of a chequer board. Many of these claims had been excuvatcd to a depth of 12 to 20 feet, some more. Every claim had its pump, scaffolding, and other materiel requisite for bed claim digging, tho wholo pre senting a singular and not uninteresting appear ance at first sight ito tho heholder, and. from a distance, from its uniformity, not unlike a chain of net work. Tho ground was occupfod by a denso po...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

GOLD CIRCULAR. . A vorylimitod amount of gold nrrivod by the last Escort; tho disastrous news of the overflow ing of tho Turon, will sufficiently explain tho cause. Owing to. this circumstance, and the dis position of .the minors daily becoming morq ge neral, to hold their dust for. a better market, .my , salo to-day was smaller than nny_ for some weeks past. ? The' rates' obtained, ns will bo scon froni tho annexed account, wero ao good ns could well bo oxpected in tho present disturbed and tr.insi tionary stato of our mercantile pursuits. In fact, purchasers aro perceptibly on tho increaso ; ns a proof of which, all parcels of dust submitted at present rates during tho week, hnvo been eagerly taken. Tho richness of tho Turon bed claims, ? instead of approaching to cxhaustiou, are clearly 1 only begining to be dcrolqped, and if the wcathor clear up, larger arrivals than ever m y bo expcit ed. Tho reports froiri' Moroo Creek and tho Arnluon, aro decidedly fnvourable. ? Ono circumsta...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Wheat — 'Good samples arc in demand at from 4s lOd to 5s Gd por bushel. - Flours — Firm, first £13, and seconds £11 per ton. Maize. — Is in demand, if free from wcovil, at from 2a Gd to 2s 9d per bushel. English Barley. — Good malting samples, free from wcovil, aro saleable at from 2s 9d to 3s per bushel, inferior snmples, dull in salo. Capo ditto — is worth from 2s 3d to 2s 6d per bushel. ; liny. — Tho market was barely supplied and: prices varied from £5 to £G per ton. Butter.— Varies from lOd to Is. por lb. Cheese. — Is selling at from 7d to 8d per lb. Bacon and Hams. — None. Eggs. — Aro worth about Is. per dozen. Fiit Pigs. — Saleablo, if small sizes and good condition. Calves — Nominal. Sheep.— Aro plentiful nnd no : deviation in prices. ' ' ,' liullocks.— The market is well supplied ; but prime beasts will sell readily. . Tallow. — Sales limited nnd no deviation in prices. Hides — Continue very saleable prices varying as to size, weight and c...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

... SYDNEY NEWS. .' j PRODUCE CIUCULAU. (From the Empire. March 27.) ?Notwithstanding the rumours which have been afloat since tho arrival of the Sir George Sey mour, from London, with dates to 21st December, relative to a fall in tho price of wool, (for which, however, there appears to bo little if any foun dation), tho rates obtained at auction, on Thurs day, wore fully equal to the quotations of tho pre vious week, and. of the two sales, tho lost was most animated. Gold, howovor, is still the attraction, and with tho exchanges at 8 per cent, discount, thero is littlo chance for any material improvement in wool or tallow. Gold is saleablo at £3 3'. 4d., the rates roal jzod at auction to-day producing that avcr ago. Tallow nnd hides— no alteration. Freights to London — Groasy Wool,1 Jd.'p H-., 'and 5 per cent. . ' Washed ditto, jjd. &tt0- 5 ditto -Hides. 20s. to 25s, ?» ton. ? Ta!lo,w, .1/. 15s. ip ton. and 5 percent. , '. ?'/ Oil.'3/. ijv tun, imp. ' ' ' Gold,* vccnt- Exch...

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH, 25TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. TinmsDAY, Matioh, 25th , 1852. S in diamond over T, G bales skin, lid; SW, 2 bnlos, 10d i ? JS, 3 broken locks, 7d; H, 9, 12$d jiiRML, 30, 14jd; MOD, 2, ,12d i JO, 1 broken, 7^d ; same mark, 1 mixed, 9d ; WB, 1 greasy skin, Gikl ; H, X, Gd ; 'WN, 1 locks and .. fleece, --£d ; OP, 1 broken, s|d ; AB, 1 skin, fi^d ; ?samo mark, 1 fleece and skin, 9jd ; lj 12Jjd ; MET, ;3G, 13d ; ; ;S, U 1 grease, 6gd ; MXNT, . 5i 13^d ; OL, 4, GJ ; RWS, 2 groaso, lOjd ; RR, 1 locks and grease, 4d ;, PB, 1, broken Rrease, 8jd ; ES, 3 broken and flooco, lOd ; 2 locks and v fleece, 7d ; 1 grease, 5d ; D, 3 Iiandwashc.i, I4jd ; l, 9d ; L, 1, lOjds W. 5, 10j ; 2, Gid j MBL, 1 , 8^d : L, 1, 12d ? .'JD,l,-10Jd ; JML, 1 broken and fleece, lOjd ; JM, I bi-okon, 9jd ; IT, 3 gre.iso, 6§d.;.-.-W, I locks, skin, and fleece, 8 Ad j 2, 14d ;, HL, .2 skin and clippings, 8$d ; 2*skin n?id fleece, . 12jd ; 8, 13jd j 6, grease, G|d ; W, 1, 10d j RR, 4 groaso, G^d ; AB, 15, 13jd ; T, 8, 12^(1 ; H...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

. COLONIAL EXTRACTS. % THE DIGGINGS. ('From th^- Argus, March 16.) For the last few weeks thero have been endless discussions, reports, nnd counter reports, as to (he real state of affairs at Mount Alexander. Rumours of the most frightful outrages have been met by state ments that there is less crime at the gold fields than there is in the towns. One day furnishes a report of the diggers having, been at last irritated by the want of legal protection, into acts of Lynchrlaw, such ns have never yet disgraced a British colony. The next day supplies a contradiction from some source or other, by which the offence against the law is proved to have been im possible. It is useless to enlarge upon the im portance of gaining really accurate impres sions as to what tho social condition of the diggings actually is. That it is very dif ferent to what it ought to be, or to what, under proper management, it would be, there can, alas :! be no doubt whatever. So well informed are we kept by constant...

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COLONIAL NEWS. THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

colonMmws. ??'.?[; - : THE KAFIR. WAE. .' '; V ! (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) ? ; . We have . received Capo Town and ? Graham's Town journals to the'28th January, and wo havo tho gratification to announce that every, prospect appeared, at that date, of an early termination of the war. ' ' ? .'' ' :'.'?' ;?-?????- ?;-|'- ??;?? ? Tho South African of the 28th of January says' ?:— ? V ?' ;- ' ''-''-f. ''ri. '! v :'' ?'.?';;.'-' ?? There :lis now '; a prospect of 'peace; ''and' the Governor- is' in a condition to dictate the terms.' The! hostile chiefs havo formally 'commenced' negoeiations,' apparently under pressure from the great body of the pe'oplc,'who aretho principal sufferers-' from'' tlio war, and who 'foresee that famine and death must speedily ensue, should their crops be destroyed in addition* to the cap ture of their cattle. r ' ? /!; ? ' It: was tho opinion of Sir Harry : Smith and Golonol Mdckinnon, that this waroriginated with the Chiefs as distinguished from the pe...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE FRENCH CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

BRITISH EXTRAGTS. THE FRENCH CRISIS. From, the Economist, Deer. 14.) -UP d'etat has not passed off quito as )' and uncontcstcd ns as we hoped might !- tho case. Tho accounts that have is we confuaed'and unsatisfactory ; it is 1 diflicult to form anything like a clear )n of the amount and naturo of the 6 which tho bold attempt of tho President Watered ; and there- seems reason to bo W a e°od deal of information has beon flf ''? In every quarter however, in which fl'ion to insurrection showed itself, it has ™mptly,-niui effectually quelled, and now 'rail divya L'uris has boon perfectly tran ?H'2 str'«:J'e 'B ovcr' nntl Louis Napoleon 'Esjccosaful. Wo shall not endeavour to j Tjgniory of events of which it is at prosant I 'Bi5 to form n connected whole. Two or m three poin'.s, however, are pretty clearly made out. In the first place, the resistance was partia', unorganised, uncnthasiastie, and easily put down. Thu insurgents were, without leaders, without plan, without earnostnciti or ...

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THE STEAMER WARRATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

THE STEAMER WARRATAH. ... This splendid addition to tho steam marina of tho colony was visited by great numbers of people yesterday, all' of 'whom expressed 'themselves highly gratified at her general 'appearance As she was 'lying alongside the wharf, wo had no ?opportunity of seeing how she sits on theVater, but on deck she looks by far the finest steam ves sel in this colony. ? ': . \ :. ' ' ? Her dimensions -are- as follow:— Length 'be- tween perpendiculars, 165 feet; breadthof beam betweon\paddle-bbxes;2O-feet 6 inches; sponsons on each side, 2 feet 9 inches; depth of hold,' 12 feet i depth of -poop, 2 feet 0 inches ; burthen, (including steam-room) 380 tons.; her. draught of water, when fully luden, is 8 feet. Sho has 'three masts, very light, carrying square sails on the fore and main masts, and fore-and-aft sails, only on the mizen. She is. built of iron through put, anil has four 'bulkheads, -which ' divide her into fivo water-tight compartments. Sho was built nt Dumbarton, ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Assault.— Timothy Hurley was summoned beforo their Worships on Friday lost, charged with having, on the 15th inst., committed a vio lent assault upon the person of Mrs. Ann Mul holland. The complainant stated that she rented a cottage which lately belonged to him ; but which, about tho time nnmed in the information lie had sold to Mr. Vines. On the 10th instant ho called as usual for his weekly rent, which she paid him, and at the same time took the oppor tunity of hinting to him the pleasure she experi enced from the reflection that she was no longer his tenant. Tho hint was certainly not conveyed in the politest terms, and Timothy replied by call ing hcra very bad name, and impugning her virtuo and morality. A squabblo ensued, during which Timothy struck her several blows with his fist, dragged her to the door, and there struck her again. 'Mr. Serjeant, who appeared for the defendant, endeavoured to show that tho com plainant provoked the assault by calling Timo...

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