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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

GOLD CIRCULAR.   In reporting the results of my sales of gold during this week, I have the satisfaction to notice a steadiness of rates fully equal to the prices in last circular. All parcels of dust brought into the market continue to meet with eager pur- chasers; and this competition of capital, com-   bined with other favouring circumstances, must necessarily bring about improved prices, When due consideration is given to the check in our monetary affairs, caused by the position lately as- sumed by our banking establishments, the decided symptoms in our gold market may be fairly said to be encouraging. The practice of remitting in dust is daily becoming more general among that portion of the community engaged in the English trade, which must have a material and durable effect on Sydney rates. My advices from the Turon gold field are not nearly of so desponding a nature as the accounts recently published in the Sydney journals. Though the bed claims have ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. RYLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE RYLSTONE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Yesterday the usual monotony of our quiet town of Rylston was relieved by the assembling of all tho inhabitants of the township and many from the surrounding neighbourhood to witness the interesting, and in this place quite novel cere- mony (for the first time in our history) of laying tho foundation stone of a Wesleyan Chapel.     The Wesleyan Ministers from Bathurst for some time past (about two years) have paid occa- sional visits to this place, but since the appoint- ment at the last annual meeting of the Ministers of that body in Sydney, of the Rev. J. W. Pernell to Bowenfells, he has preached here one Sabbath in the month. For some time past the want of a Chapel to accommodate the congregation has been felt and acknowledged. A subscription list was opened, the amount subscribed being £107 6s. 4d. The Chapel is to cost £120, exclusive of internal fittings, and is intended to be ready for open...

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WRECK OF THE ISABELLA WATSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

WRECK OF THE ISABELLA WATSON. (From the Melbourne Argus, March 24.) It would appear that nt dusk on the af ternoon of Sunday last, when making the entrance of Port Phillip Headsj she was caught by a sudden squall, missed stays, wheeled round, and struck stern foremost on an isolated rock, carrying away her helm, and driving in her stern ; everything was tried that could be suggested to get her off, but all proving unavailing, between 8 and 9 o'clock the captain's gig was low ered, and eight persons descended into it, consisting of three sailors, one cabin pas senger, Mr. Gray, two steerage passengers, Messrs. Kingsley, and Mr. Pnterson's child, who providentially reached the shore in safety ; of this circumstance, however, those left behind were left in doubt until their own arrival on Monday. Darkness increasing, and with it the force of the gale nnd the raging of the sea, it was deemed Imprudent to attempt any further landing. However, at the earnest entreaties of some of ihe pans...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER. Forest Creek, March 23sd. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

MOUNT ALEXANDER.     (From our own Correspondent.) Forest Creek, March 23rd.   Numbers still continue to flock down from the   diggings to Melbourne, to be present at the races, amongst whom are nearly all our itinerant ven- dors of lemonade and fruit. Yesterday morning I observed no less than two dray loads of pas- sengers, independent of the other vehicles that left, and this morning there were again five dray loads, each numbering from ten to twelve individuals. The ground is now beginning to assume almost a dreary aspect, as much of the bustle that formerly distinguished it is now wanting, many having knocked off work through scarcity of water. The Colonial Secretary, Captain Lonsdale, has   just returned here front a tour to the Bendigo dig- gings. I saw the honorable gentleman yesterday as he passed along by Golden Point, and his     countenance seemed to wear anything but a plea- sant s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

THE Friends of the late MR. THOMAS WHITTON are respectfully requested to   attend his funeral, which will move from the Commercial Hotel, at 4 o'clock this day. No Circulars issued.       £3 Reward.           STRAYED, from the Mookerwa Creek, some time back, a bay HORSE, about 15 hands high long tail, branded on the near shoulder H. ALSO,                     One chesnut HORSE, white down the face, short tail, branded on shoulder RG.     Any person delivering the above described   Horses to MESSRS. JAMES and WILLIAM RUTLEDGE, Storekeepers, Dirt Hole Creek,   will receive the above reward.             WILLIAM GRIFF...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. BENDIGO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

COLONIAL NEWS.   VICTORIA.   BENDIGO CREEK. (From a Correspondent.) Numerous arrivals from the Mount have added   largely to the digging population of these dig- gings. Golden Gully is opened up completely, and no room for "new chums" now remains, at     least in the line of the best claims. The Forest Creek men showed a great penchant for the flats, and their efforts in Golden Gully have resulted in a row of very promising looking beginnings for future water-holes. The Bendigo main gul- lies are too wide to make digging in their centres profitable. Water is failing rapidly, and many days will not elapse when a move to some more moist locality will be unavoidable. Efforts have been made to find gold in the vicinity of Bullock Creek, but as yet without success. No great hauls have been made lately, saving by some light fingered gentry, newly arrived, and who practised their vocation with considerable profit. Women are numerous on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 April 1852

ra — — rr^ ^=^ -^— — — — ^— — ? I&E Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gojd [| a'nj other metals in any, quantity. : . j '. i G. BROCKSTAYN,, ...„-. j ' M Watchmaker and Jeweller, ?,, . m . Howick-street, ;- i * I . . ? . .J5alhpi.tr' ,_ II B -Specimens and Coins wanted. ,'i!.;r-H,: iL ? : — - . ''':' , M M GOLD I GOLD 1 ??-'« c m syek, BROTHEES-: -.;;!:: 'I ^UigWe thehighestcash^ m samples. _ ..' jr^-.;^ % ,'£ Y^br^!.:;- gignst 4th. 185 1. ?:;' ;.^-.,,.;;t: ;:';:;,:? ,&&- j Wi~~ AUSTllALlAN-:GOJra: ?'.' : , „ ' r m undersigned/is a CASHl,0RCPA'SER;of , ItiOLD to any : amount, 't.' '.?'^'?''?'/. ??.', .'. '?.:. ! |f 'tyiLLIAMrCUMMINGS.: ! |L Creek. June 26th, 18gl.:U - I; W -H I .: :qold:^- V^:i-:i:^^( K undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD fflDUST in any quantity'.* ,' ''? ; '' j ! i ' ?THAci£E^:&;:cp; .;??;;?, -.;V; Eg : 54'l,VGeorgeistreot, Sydney... ffl GOLD! GOLD!,! GOLpi:! ; vU | 1 . mr. ': austin:;,:,:,. ??:, _;. ? ;... | Hrepared to purchase GOL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

WANTED IMMEDIATELy7~J BY a Family in Bathurst, a good kin J Sho will be accommodated witli a cctufl adjoining her employers. fl Enquire at the office of this paper, . ? March 30th, 1852. ? WYAGDEN HOTEL. | rpRATELLERS to and from the Turon » 1 Hole, and other diggings, nreresp«^'B informed that the undersigned has openejyB new Hotel under the above designation, nmfH station of John Suttor, Esq., at Wyngden.tiM every necessary accommodation will lie affj^H with civility, cleanliness, and despatch. Sli-j;fl is now in course of completion, sufricientwH cious to accommodato Forty head of horses, |M preparations are making to fence in a gtait^H dock, well watered, containing upwards ot^B acres. ... ,? Also, Wines and Spin's of the first qualilnfl always be provided, - fl ALBERT JOHN ASHDOM March lflth, 1852. ? £5 REWARD. ? STOLEN or strayed from Dirt Hole CrtjH bay blood Mare, black points, branded J| shoulder KM. | The above, reward will bo given to anypwl or persons on conviction if st...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. LOUIS NAPOLEON AND M. DE MONTA - LEMBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS. LOUIS NAPOLEON AND M. DE MONTA ?LEMBERT. .(From the Times, December, \7.) The conduct of 'tho respectivo parties into which tho French nation was lately divided, until 'the ovents of the lost fortnight had thrown down all parliamentary- distinctions, is still a subject of interest on tho approach of tho momentous ques tion put to tho country by Louis Napoleon. It is not, indeed, possiblo that tho 'people of Franco should now bo in condition to choose any other rulor, whon in fact no second competitor is in tho fiold, nnd whon the President has in his favour tho oclat of a military triumph, hnd the artifices practised by an unscrupulous government on an ensily deceived people. The masses of tho pon santry nnd tho classes most greedy of repose, at tho oxponso of orery othor condition of oxistenco will donbtloss servo to colour this usurpation, though' not, wo think, if tho election bo honest, in numbors comparable to thoso which rallied round the name of Bonaparte th...

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MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

MOROCCO. Accounts from Gibraltar state, that Tangier has escaped the threatened bombardment by tho French squadron, and that peace, had been con cluded between Rear- Admiral Dubouidieu and the Moorish authorities. Amicablo salutes were interchanged on tho occasion, in tho afternoon of tho 29th ultimo, botween the ships composing tho French fleet, and tho batteries nt Tangier. This news was sent to Gibraltar by the British Consul General at Tangier, through whoso good offices, it is understood, this arrangement was effected and negotiated. Tho Gibraltar Chronicle of the 1st instant, contains the following on the subject of the dispute between Franco nnd Morocco : — 'Wo are happy to havo to state that the account of hostilities on tho const of Morocco has soon boon followed by the nows of tlio reconciliation of tho contending parties. The British Consular despatch-boat, which left Tangier in tho night of Saturday, arrived hero yesterday . morning. By her we learn, that in tho morning ...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

SOUTH AMERICA. Tho Teviot has brought news from Bnenos Ayres, November 3rd ; Montevideo, November Cth ?, Rio do Janeiro, November 14th, ' The news from tho River Plato is of n very conflicting description, each pnrty giving his own version of the stato of affairs in this part of tho world. Tlio rccoht news of tho defeat of Oribo is fully confirmed, and there scorn;? to bo no doubt bnt thnt it was tho intention of Urquiza to cross tho river and enter the provinco of Buenos Ayres nt tho head of n considornblo army, corn-, posed of tlio allied forces, and which is stated to amount to upwards of 20,000 men, leaving 6,000 in rcsorve in tho Eanda Oriental. All reports agree in stating thnt tho spirit of disaffection towards Genoral Rosas wns rapidly spreading in tho city and province of Buenos Ayres. . At Montevideo all was qnict, and business very active. Bnhin letters of tho 18th ultimo state, that tho Government wns using tho most stringent mea sures RgninBt tlio dealers in slaves, and...

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SAXONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

SAXONY. Tho Saxon Chambers wero opened on tho Gth by tho King in porson, in a short speech describ ing tho condition of tho country, internal and ostcrnal- His Majesty referred at some length to the question of the Zollverein, in the. folio wing terms : — 'Tho German Zollvcroin, wlioso benofi cial operations during tho eighteen years it has oxisted, I havo nt all times recognized, and whoso preservation nnd extension havo always been tho objects of my earnest wishes and endea vours, has sustained a shock by the recent notice of tho expiration of its treaties, that I deplore. But as it is my sincere conviction thnt this whole some institution rests upon a just and unpreju diced recognition of mutual claims and necessities so I have no doubt that the disturbance will only bp temporary, and that tho alliance broken, fora moment, will bo quickly and lastingly ro-unitcd. I have, therefore, received tho satisfactory expla nations with'. which tho Prussian Government nc compnniod the circu...

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

.PRUSSIA. ' :? The official press is moro favourable - to the enurso taken by Louis Napoleon than that of the Opposition: Tho latter condemns his coup d'etat without qualification, while tho former finds somo roteuso for it in necessity, and the contompt into . which the Assombly had fallen. . , : . ?The New Prussian Gazette, -whoso legitimist tondencics are well known, speaks of Louis Na poleon in a most hostile manner, and in an ap poal addressed to the Chambers, calls upon them to afford tho Government ovory moral and ma terial support of which it may havo need in tho face of all eventualities. The penco of Gorraany and the independence of Prussia, it declares, aro ' at stake. . . Tho now organ of the Bentham-Hollweg party — tho first wookly political nowspapor yot pub lished in Germany, is rather a romarknblo pho nomonon. -Established and conductod by known conservatives, it has begun in its -first article a rigorous onslaught upon the Mantenffcll mi nistry, which it roproaches ...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION CHEMISTRY.GENERAL PRINCIPLES. ATTRACTION, REPULSION, COHESION, AFFINITY, AND GRAVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION , . 'CHEMISTRY. : Gbnbral PaixoiriBS. . ; ATTBACTIOK, KBFDXBIOH, COHBSIOK, AffBIMIir, A5TD GRAVITATION.' On no other subject in Chemistry is thero greator scope for the imagination to indulge, or from which. -tho reasoning faculties can draw truthful' deductions, than in the study of what constitutes the real siptnificance-of Attraction, Re- puhien, Cohesion, Affinity, and Gravitation. By some, the terms havo been used -synony- mously, but evidently in error. .Chemistry, as one of tho oxact sciences, demands, that the terms used in giving expression to known pro perties of matter, shall be sufficiently explicit, so that the true sense may bo conveyed to the mind without ambiguutyya fault with most writers -upon chemical science; As, however tno intention or tno author is to render the study.as familiarly practi cal as possible, theoretical disquisition will to dis pensed with much in the samo manner a,s a garrulous neighbour is avoided by a business man— but to...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

lOmfiN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Economist, Dec. 13..) SPAItf. Accounts from Madrid nro to tho Sth instant. At the opening of tho sitting of tho Chamber of Deputies on that day, M.' Bravo Murjllo, Presi dent of the Council, read a telegraphic despatch from Paris, dated the 2nd instant, announcing tho dissolution of the National Assembly of France, &c. That communiention produced a lively emotion in tho house Tho President of tho Council then added, that whatever events might occur in Fran oe, nothing in Spain could menaco tho throne, the national' institutions, or public order. Tho health of tho Queen was ex cellent. She was expected to bo dclivored bo twecn the Sth and tho 15th.

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGS MAJOR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

j COUNTRY NEWS. J| .THE SOUTHERN DIGGINGM - (From At Corretpondentt *f M« GrfrBl 1 Herald.) « MAJOE'S CREEK. W& Wednesday, March 31.— I have littlo totJB municate this week, with the exception tfHJ Governor's visit I *' calculato ' he though |HJ digging a curious occupation, as he stared JB him, nnd made many enquiries of the gctt^HJ who attended him. The Hon. Keith StewiHf compunied Kb lady, and if I can judge ftoaMBJ animated appearance, she very much cnjcytlflH trip to the creek. Tfco presence of tho KepBJ tativo of Boyalty created little interest here. MB is this to bo accounted for ? Is it on accoaHj tho selfishness of tho occupation pursued tytHJ at tho diggings, or is it on a personal accnHj Be the causo what it may, no voice was rn&H| say ' God bless him.' As for the yield cfltEJ have nothing fresh to report. Several of tliHJ claims aro turning out as well as ever, anilflB aro dry diggings yielding a fair share cffSj Thero are plenty of rumours about fresh pl...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. fimoir tfik ublbourhe 'arods.'] The flobart Town journals received on Satur day, contain summaries of English nowi by the Aboukir, oxtending to December 28, which is twelvo days Inter than our files by Ilia Lady Elgin. Ifrom thoso journals, and a few lato English papers also como to hand, wo oxtract the following important items of intelligence : — In Franco, the triumph of Lonis Napoleon was complete. His master-stroke of policy, had made him for the time master of Iranco — Emporor, in all but name. Ho had beon elected President for ton years by 6,313,450 votes against 555,710, no othor candidate appearing, and tho election being limited to ' yes,' or ' no.' Resignation- of Lord Palmbrstok. — Lord Palmarston has rosigucd office, and i» succeodod by Lord Granville. . The Times of tho 24th Dccomber has , the fol lowing announcement of the event:. MA few days ago, after tho departure of all the Ministers from London, and at tho near approach of Christinas, a Cabinet Coun...

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THE LITTLE- RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

,-. ; r .,--. : /^^^TLErKIVEB.- ::H ?#'March' 27.— These diggings are apparentI;|HJ ; ting worse daily, and' all hero aro nearly prcmH to leave.- Many of the knowing ones from EiH| Creek havo -been here mid failed, but I thinkiiflj is to bo accounted for by the dissimilarity dM diggings. Mr. Henry Manning secured lCiH claims, which havo turnedjout failures, andbtflH discharged his men. We have a, Mr. BroujHj ton stationed on tho river as Commissionti;HJ think his' office will soon lie a sinecure, tho pJB are leaving so fast, and are likely to leavo fis^B on nccount of 4.ho now diggings which lmrcnH found out, and which to all appearance willnH out first rate. There aro only two parties at{cflHB sent at work {hero, hut they can turn octfl| ounces a day. I know this to bo a fact. «| name of theso diggings is Saw-pit Gully— s^H b'utary of tho river. I am going myself to-cBJ row, and will report progress. - HJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

Edited, printcil, and pablishctl by '\Viu^ Fakhand, (s( )1o proprietor), nt (he BATiirc Tiikb Press and Mixing Jouhsai. Otj« William -strec t, JBathurst, Now South M«Kj Saturday, Ap;jil 10, 1B52. I

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

WBEKLY CALBKDAB. ? I Ul i\ « I * ? _l_^_j ? i ? |_ a. H. H. , M. H. V. Apt. 10 S' 8 . -20 S . 43 30 . 3 I1& 6 . SO - . 4a 31 ? 3 12 M. 6 . SI S . 402S . 3 1ST. 6 ????????? S3 - . 39 33 . 3 14 W. 6 . 23 S . 3824 . 3 16 Th. 6 . S4 I . 37 25 . 3 16 F. 3 . 25 * . 35,26 . 3

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