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

[JJntosignedis a Cash Purchaser of Gold 1,1 oilier metals in any quantity. | G. BltOCKSTAYN, I Watchmaker and Jeweller, | Howick-streot, I Bathurst; Lfiprcirnens ami Coins wanted. I GOLD! GOLD! I SYER, BROTHERS Ijivotheliiglicstcash price for good clear Entiles. filth, 1351. ? [''AUSTRALIAN GOLD. LcrsiRnccl is a CASH PURCHASER of; ILD to any amount. f j WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Creek. June 2Glh, 1851. \. GOLD. ? x Lcvsigncil aro PURCHASERS of GOLD lijT in any quantity.. f T HACKER & CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. GOLD! GOLD! 1 GOLD! !! MR. AUSTIN crcil to purchase GOLD in nny quantities c worth of a SHILLING to a T1IOU POUNDS. The highest price will in so bo given. . parcels already purchased by him, m ilcKa//sa»»pfctwoiKhing cloven owpos, sojnat his stores at the- corner of William [ham-streets. ' . gers arriving in town, who may bo desir btaining information connected with the s, c:in obtain it on application to EDWARD AUSTIN, ner of William and Durham-streets, Bathurst. - 3rd, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 March 1852

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.. To 'the Editor of the Bathurst Fret Prest and Mining Journal. ' : ? ' NATIONAL SCHOOL' ' \, At a Into meeting of the inhabitants of Bntri- . urst, convened for the^pnrppse of electing local, patrons for onr proposed National School, it was; remarked by one of the gentlemen present, that ample proof of the .necessity of some such insti-, tution existed in the fact that numbers of children might' bo seen every hour of the day ranging our streets, free from control or supervision of any, kind. Never was there a moro just remark; for the evil is indeed a crying one. In numberless instances, no sooner do children attain the ago of seven or eight years, ..than that wholesome restraint, placed upon their,- movements by tho, natural anxiety of their parents, to preserve them from physical danger, is withdrawn-; and the moraldanger to which they are thus exposed, by being in a great moasnre left to their own free will, is' cither never 'thought' of or wholly disre g...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA BST VERITAS BT PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1852. LOUIS NAPOLEON RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

THE MTHURST TREE PRESS. 'MAOHA BST VBRITAS BT K^BVAMBIT.' ' ? ' '?..?.? ? ? ' ? ' — » .'???? ? . : SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1852. LOUIS NAPOLEON RE-ELECTED PRESI DENT OF FRANCE.' ' Tne more I look' on, tho more I remain con ' vinced that a republic — noblo form of govern ' ment as'it is — is tho most difficult and perilous ' of governments ; that which requires at tlio ' hands of Providonco the most favourable and ' tho most exceptional circumstances, and at ' those of society itself, tho largest . amount of ' unanimity, wisdom, and virtue' Buch are tho word9 of tho statesman Guizot, in his preface to The Life of Washington ; to tho truth of which every passing event in tho deatiriies of his native conntry, sinco tho day, when.on thq sudden ex termination of the dynasty of tonis Philippe, he flod from it-nn exile— bears testimony. Difficult, indeed, must bo tho task of govern ing that multitude, which, revelling in tho un bridled1' lieonso of its own 'power,- may, on the firsffitful impnl...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. £vnoM oun own connEsroNDENT/] Tho creok still continues high, and thoro is therefore, little chanco of doing any good at tho bod claims. The diggers about Gdldcn Point arc at length beginning to turn- their attention' to dry .digging, and are making gooll wngos. I am. of opinion thnt if tho dry diggings had been better' triod at Ophir, tho placo wouldhavo boon in a much more flourishing condition than it is. Wo aro at times under groat obligations to necessity.. Matters aro progressing favourably nt the waterhole, nntf in a fow days nil tho damage which wns done by -tho l:to floods, wind and weather permitting, will be repaired. Thero nro only tlireo mon nt present employed, but so soon ns tho ropairs nre completo, tho ground will again bo alive with busy hands. Mr. White, the aupor-j. intendent of the works, is reserving his energy for a great push when tho crcok shall bo suffi ciently low to commonco operations. »

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

;V.WBKICtXr CALENDAR. ?;,:;ft,a I.. ..1--.J; n. m. n. w. n. m. ? Apl. 3 3. 6 .-- 14 5 . 83 13 . . 8 ' 4,4. 6 . 15 5 . SOU . 3 5M. 6 . 16 8 . 4315 . 3 ST. 6 ? 17 S . 48.16 . 5 7W. 6. 17 5 . 47,17 . S 8Th: 6 .. 18 5 . «18 . 3 DR. 8 . 19 5 . 4519 . 3

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

,;SYDN£^!NEWS. I Atjstraijak GoldI-4-1 7o .have - seen saH account solos of golcl, \f eccivod by the HI George Seymour, and ? latod ' London, 'D^H ccmlor 10,' tlio result t f which may bsiHj itated.;— _ ' .' ? Sent to tho Refiner's ex Mary Bannatyne-H ' oz.j-lwi . gr. £ fH G gold nuggets ... 102, 7 12 B „ dust ? SI 0 H ;10!) 8 lit' H when molted ? ' 10 1 fl 0' H loss ? __laf^ H pure gold ? ToX 4 o H which being above ? ' \ Ha standard \i per , mSi cent., add .... I 6 17 H . ' 1(1)5 15 17 H 105 oz. 15 dwt. 17 gr,, at 778. H ? 9d ? ...J..-.. 411 « Silver, at tho rate of/ 15 -dwts. H per lb., which woui;d net pay Kg for refining ....; ? '. ? 0 °B| Scrapings .'....:.' ? |. . . . i 0 11HJ | . 413 '? Total chargcs,*except; frejight .. 1 8BI ? ?' l - \ } . 410 1'^ —Empire. ' H

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Latest from Fingai,.— We havo been -fa- vored with the sight- of a letter from a wouldrbo gold discoverer, from which wo give an extract: — ' Launcoiton, March 15th.. -I returned :from the miscalled Golden Valley- on Saturday night ; it should bo called Disappointed 'Valley. Wo, like the, rest, got n, sample, (for specks can bo got in almost every place-in the locality, but it would take about 500 specks to fill a imn cap, and would tako a-wcok to procure) ; there is gold to a certainty, and, no doubt, will be found in great quantity; bat, in. my opinion, not within 'fifteen .or twenty miles from thepresent 'diggings.' I was told on Thursday last, on tho top of Ben Lo mond(nn extensive rnngo of mountains) thero is nn old crater around which thero is a great quan tity of crystnliscd sulphur, which probably nc connts for the singularly bright appearance of the. gold. 'We sunk two holes, one abont 2 feet,' and tho.other about 12 feet, 4 of which wo cat through tho so...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

AMKMCA. '.,.,.,, (From die ?Empire.) . , , We havo received American . journals from New York to the 2()tli of December, and from San Francisco to the 30th of January; . ' - ,- The reports -of .the continued ovation of Kossuth entirely fill four pages of ihcJVero York Herald. He had made about fifty speeches, and had received nt least 25,0(10 dollars in aid of the cause of Hungary. He had been presented with a Bible and a magnificent sword, and had been publicly addressed by all orders and professions of geciety. On the lGlh of December thero was a grand military display at Castle Garden, the entire of the 1st Division of the New York Militia, numbering four brigades consisting of twelve regiments, being present to do honour to the 'Nation's Guest.' He wa3 introduced by Major General Sandford in these words : — 'Gen- tlomen of the First Division of the State of New York, I introduce to you General Kossulh, Governor of Hungary.' It is remarked thr.t the clergy and the ladies were mos...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ORANGE. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

1) LSTJliCT lNTEU;I(i;»K. : ' : : ;, orange;;- .:''?. 'V.yr (From a Correspondent) ,. -. ?' .'??'???. ?-?-.:;,---v;*A0ES.'::.;--!'y';'' '''?'?; '? .'This littio place, though.not capable of boast ing of any historic renown or locarfamo attached to many, places not rojou-ing in so roynl or nrL-- tocmtic a naiiio, has lately been the scene; in what may bo expressed in. truebiit ript exaggerated ternis, of fijst-rato sport. TBoing morejy a casual visitor, and -never dreaming of such anticipated pleasnre as I witnessed, 1 was .induced to loiter on my ronte, and throw care to tlio winds, to see what would bo the result of tho gathering , at the littio township of Orango. 1 put up ntPeisley'sItin, whero I found lil'l tbinRS^comfortable, and having washed tho commercial ink from my fingers, deno ting tho extensivebusiness ofour groat firm, .mi having briished my hair with truo. orthodox re^uT. larity, I exchanged my boots for. slippers, my 'fan tail 'for a dressing gown, and.atrayed in suc...

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COLONIAL "NEWS. VICTORIA. MOUNT ALEXANDER. III [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

- COLONIAt, 'NEWS. VICTORIA. ?? ' MOUNT, ALEXANDER. (From the special Commissioner of tlte Mellourns Argus.) No. III.. *.To givoany fleenrato idea of the appearance of the Diggings would be next to impossible. Situated inthe heart of a ratlior densely timbered country, the town resident would on .his arrival, naturally anticipate seeing long ranges of snow white tents ciowded tngotlier, or picturesquely grouped in a scene of delightful verdnro, tho long tangled grass forming a living carpet un der his feet, and cool umbrageous shrubs inter spersed around. How different, however, is the rsnl ty from the picture thus drawn by fancy P The road which winds along the Creek through fie Dlggingi, is, from the constant traffic, ton times more dusty tlian even dusty Melbourne and the heavy gusts of wind which pour through the valleys with great violence, whirl it up in clouds, and scatter it far and near upon overy thing uround. The newly erected tent. does hot therefore long retain its bril...

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DAVIS' CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

DAVIS' CREEK DIGGINGS. At one period' tho.rush of population to Davis' Creek had caused nn accumulation of about 200 diggors, who arrived just in tima to recoive n thorongh drenching For their' pains, and 'by for the greater nnmbor very little else. A fow have been making from 10s. to 15s.;per day, ,and, wo aro informed, one party something more, but we. havo every reason to bcliovo that tho re port about tho 3 and 5 'ozg. per day, of which wo spoke in a former notice, is a fabrica tion. Except a small number who havo been lucky enough to pitch upon tho best spots, some of which aro on Mr. Sowoll's purchased, and others on. government land,' tho diggers have gradually .dropped off and left for other, places. ???A. goodly nnmbor niado for the Gilmandyke, .whero they succeeded littio better. From present ' nppenrnnccs, therefore, Davis1 Creok does not appear destined to mnko any considerable figuro amongst our Bnthurst diggings.

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ACCUMULATION OF BULLION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

ACCUMULATION OF BULLION IN ENGLAND. (From the Spectator,) The prospect that the steady increase in the bullion at the bank may continue for a lengthened period is regarded in the city as giving additional urgency to the question of the law of partnership.' With consols already approaching par, it is evident that if a further accumulation of capital should go on for several months, .sonic, new-outlet wil be forced. It is equally ..evident;, from the condition of Europe, that the netv out let must be found either at home, in the colonies, or in the United States; Whether each shall enjoy its healthy proportion will depend much upon the boldness and promp titude of our commercial legislation. No one can have mixed in business duringthe last four years without arriving at the con viction that the day of joint-stock compa nies, under their old form, is at an end, and consequently that if capital is to be diffused and employed at.home, it must be under some new conditions. The system of f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

THE ROAD TO HEALTH. TT 0 LZlf.fl W. A V S . PI LLS' CDEE OF 'A DISEASED LITBK AMD BAD ? ' DIGESTION,' ' l Copy of a Letter from Mr. R. W. Kirhui,' Che mist, ' 7, Prestott'ttrtet, Liverpool, . dated 6th . June,, 1851. - ,, ,- .To Professor, Holloway. ? ' Sir,— Your Pills nn.d Ointment have itoooMho highest on our sale list of Proprietary Medicines for some \ears. A customer', to^whom I can re fer for any enquiries, desires mo to let you know tlfe particulars of her ense. ! She hnd been trou bled for years with' a - disordered liver, and bad; digestion. On (ho last occasion, however, the' virulence of the attack was bo alarming, and the infiamntion set in so .severely, that doubts, were; entertained of her not being able to bear up under it; fortunately she-was induced to try your pills; and she. informs mo.that after the first, and each succeeding dose,- she had great relief. She continued to tako them, and al though she only used three boxes, she Is now in the enjoyment of perfect h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

WANTED, . J A Middle-aged woman of goo 1 charactor, to tako care 'of i a few young children, and perform Ahe usual in-door work of a liouso in cluding washings and 'occasionally a littlo nee-, die-work. Apply at Grabb'cnbong, or at the ofllcb of this paper. April 2nd, 1852. ? - OVERSEER WANTED. A N Activo Working Overseer required for a IV- Sheep establishment. .. Apply to 'CROAKER BROTHERS, ' Or, The Bdthurst Free Press Office. Bnthurst, April 1st, 1852. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, ' BY a Family in Bathurst, a good laundress. Sho will bo accommodated with n cottage adjoin:ng her erap'oyerF, Enquire at the oftico of this paper. Mnich 30th, 1852. . ? , . . ' TO LET, TtTITIT immediate possession, an excellent sta ) f bio and enclosed yard. Apply to MESSRS. E. WEBB & CO, -Seorge-streot, - ' Bathurst. 1 . TURON AND SYDNEY BANK, GOLD. SOFALAFLAT. TUB VBM? HIGHEST PBICB GIVEN , .THE PROPRIETOR, ROBERT .TO R B E S, at the Threb Flaos, Blob, Wiiitb and Rbp, Adjoining* (lie Watchhouse at Sof...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ANOTHER, AND ANOTHER, AND ANOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

. BRITISH EXTRACTS. ANOTHER, AND ANOTHER, AND ANOTHER! X.Prom tht London Examiner, December 6, 1351.) At last there is a revolution satisfactory, If not to the generality, yet to a consider able ' part of the English aristocracy. Strango to say, Liberals are chuckling at the overthrow of a representative body, and ?- the immediate prospect of a military des ! potism. Tories nre rejoicing at the guilty j triumph of a Bonaparte, and forgive, in con ! aidoration of the violation of a constitution, i the recourse to universal suffrage, and the j 'lip homage of the sovereignty of the people. The inconsistencies of the satisfaction willi i the- present revolution are of a complication ; difficult to follow, and only to be explained ' by ill-will to the republic, the gratification i ' of which countervails all considerations of I pr'nciple and policy. The termination of ? revolution in military despotism is doubt less thought a warning example of vast virtue, but it seems to be overlooked ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. BELL'S CREEK, BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

?\ -;wmw nkws. i . THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS. E (From the Correspn idents of die Go^tm^ BELL 8 CKEEI :, BKAIBW00P. Kn -The Mungarlo River having P.roW,^ par tiaV failure there h as been a considei^m accession to our diggi'.ng population dui^ the last few days. Lirecognise amon86JK number many old hjjuidB who have ma well here during thf: last two or Uwb months, but who we re lured away 'Im® reports ^of the richnwjis of the Little B'W| Those amongBt them! who are gold BEC'^ffi in earnest have commenced again on W banks of this creek.1, with a deterrainJJwi to gut this field of ,' its auriferous ff«| They are mostly m'en who have ado™ the diggers' life as ti permanent tradCt'Mw i( they adhere to th eir resolution Pf careful over what thjey acquire, not'''?^ prevent them from becoming 'disgustlCl| rich' in the course nf a few years. T^ is nothing like perseverance in gold 'fe ging. The major .part of the P°PU'?K here is composed, of persons who ljw§ other avocations tha'n that of gold difS...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION CHEMISTRY. GENERAL PRIMCIPLRS. CALORIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

vORKIML CONTRIBUTION. ,-! CHEMISTRY. ' I -UKBRAL FRIXCIFX.BI. J ,' V ' CALOKIC. , 1 - In addition to its general effects, heat acts] upon animal and vegetable -life, nnd according to'l its quantity, so aro tho component parts neces-1 sary to tho perfection Of each, composed Or de-l composed. The germination of tho seed in the! soil, tho expansion of the beautiful flowers, and] tho ripening of tho luecipus grapo or other fiuit,'] are all indebtod to-caloric or heat for tho proper I dovelopoment of the naturo of each. Heat is tho I great chemical revolutionist of tho Earth. By I Us presence, Attraction, Repulsion, and Affinity* are ever taking place, glass, metals, salt?, audfl volcanic actions of every kind follow as a conso -I quence. It is tho caloric in tho earth that causr js-1 tho evaporation of tho fluids, which, rising fee' ,vn 1 tho surface in tho form of vapour, nsconds to i' tho I clouds, whero it becomes condensed, and rev/isits tho earth again in tho form of rain, purifio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

Sri ''?' ' ''™™ ^™' ' '«^ ''™™^— ™~'^™n |E Undersized is a Cash Purchaser of Gold/ land other metals in any quantity. / I i G. BROCK -STAYN, I 'Watchmaker and Jeweller, I I ' ? Bowick-street, I ?', »; Bathurat./ j.^Speeimets ami Coin* wanted. J -*'?' GOLD I GOLD! ' SYBR, BROTHERS LL give the LI, ;liE8t cash prica for good clew samples. (, | ' gujtllh, 1851. ;-, | ? ?_ AU3TRA1IAN $OLD. ; undersigned b a CASH PURCHASER of OLD to any unvmnt.. If , Wltl/lAM CUMMINGS. n Creek, Juno 2Gth, 1851. ? ^^_ f GOLuA h ndanlgnotl aro PI) B CHASERS of GOLD fefST in any quantity.! I 1' HACKBR,t'&: CO. I fill, GeoVgeV.Ureot, Sydney. I^OLD I FlOLD ! ! «,OLD ! ! 1 I ? MB. AUSTI& In wed to purchase GOD irt any quantities I? the worth of aSHILl ING to a THOU It-OUNDS. Tho higl est price will ml lea o bo given. ' \ . J It parcels already r-ur- hnsed by himv in-l Kd aKlnsnami»le.™&g --ng eleven °'»CCM Ik jnat his stores at th corner of Wilh-iml fa am-streets. i. I Hngc rs arriving i...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 April 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CAUTION TO PARTIES ABOUT TO BUILD.— For the information of persons about to build, we publish the following clause of the 49th Section of the Police Act, which provides ; "That after the passing of this Act, no person whatever shall begin to erect any house, shop, or other building. in any street, within any of the towns aforesaid, without first serving notice in writing on the said Police Magistrate, on any lawful day between the   hours of eleven and three, stating such intention and describing the proposed situation of the building ; and the said Police Magistrate is here- by required and directed, within seven days after the receipt of such notice, to furnish such person with a paper, signed by the said Police Magis- trate, specifying the provisions of this Act, so far as the same may relate to the erection of such shop, house, or other building; and if any per- son shall begin to erect the same without having first served such notice, and receiv...

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SELECT POETRY. A LESSON IN ITSELF SUBLIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

? .. - ? STOOT POETRY. ^; ;| . ?. A.IESSON INIT3ELF STOLIMB. ? A lesson ia itsolf sublime, ' A lesson worth enshrining, 1 1» this— ' I take no note of tim« ': Save when tho aun is shining.' ? Tlieso motto-words a dial bore, . ^And wisdom never preaches . ? _ ? To human hearts a better lore ? -- Than-thia short sontenco teaches : As lifo is sometimes bright and fair, 1 ] And sometimes dark and lonel/j r Lot us forget its pain and card, * ; i , And noto its bright hours only. . There Is no grove on earth's brdad chart '?- - Bnt has some bird to cheor it j ?o Hope sihga on, In evory heart, Althpugh.wo may not hear it ; And if to-day the hoavy wing ?'.'.-.: -,.. Of sorrow is oppressing, . ??'.?? Perchance to-morrow's sau will bring ' Tbo weary heart a blessing. For lifo is sometimes bright and fair. - And sometimes dark and lonely, Thon let's forget its toil and care. And noto its bright hours only I . , W» Wd tho joyoui- moments haste, \ I , i And then forget thoir glitter— 'We take th...

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