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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. On Monday night last the Tnron was visitod by a very heavy thunder storm, accompanied by. a fall of rain each as isscld'ora witnessed. . Tho forked lightnings played. almost incessantly, and tho peals from tho artillery of the skies were truly terrific. Fortunately the Tain did not continue more than a quarter of an hoar, and although tho firmament was covered1 by dense- 'black clouds, it must have been very partial- in its operations, as no percoptible difference in tho height of .the rivor was observable. Owing to the continued fine weather,' 'wiffi the above exception, since the lost floods, tho water is falling- very fast, and a few havo commeneeare opening their holes in the bod' of -tho river. 'A great number of men aro now employed at tho race, below Hatbottlc's store, removing tho de posit by which it had boon almost lovellod l-y the latq floods.* With a continuance of dry wea ker for a fow days longer tho bod claims will bocomo workable, ana ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

'SHIPPING1 INTELLIGENCE. (From the S. M. Herald. ) ARRIVALS.' April 3.— Daniel Watson j whaling brig, 103 tons, Captain B. Phelps, from tho South Seas. .? 4.— Yarra Yarra ; steamer, 337 tons, Captain Mackellar, from Grcenock, ] 3th November, Ma deira 24th, Ascension, 20th December, and Capo, of Qooi Hopo 4th February. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. H. Foster, two daughters, one son nnd servant ; Miss Roebuck, Mr. J. Black, Mi1. A. Thomas, Mr. and Mis3 Coxcn, Mr. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and two children, Mr. and- Mrs. Cameron, and three children, Agues Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, J: Robinson, J; Taylor, O« Coonay,' E. Fulton. - 5.— Lord William Hentinck, barque, C50 tons Captain K Canncyj from Wellington 20th Fe bruary, in ballast. Passengers — Mrs. Canney nnd child. 5.— Jcssio . Byrne, 53G .tons, Captain Baker, from Newcastle.

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

NEW ZEALAND. ?, ? ' * ' . {From the Argus' ) We 1 iave received files of New Zealand journals, extending to the 2nd irist. The ; Wellington Independent fearlessly exposes itwo pases of scandalous immorality on the ] -art of high Government officers— cases oi 'deliberate seduction, and in one instanci j adultery,. ? It indignantly protests against the (jonnivance of Sir George Grey in thes e aflhirs. He lets the sinners es cape sc ot-fnse, though all society is shocked at their flagirant iniquity. The Indepen dent, a fter (Retailing the cases, most forci bly conicludi is thus : — ' And yet these things are to be passed over in silence ! We are told by some feiv, who would fain impose upon these, communities a code of morality in accord ance with their own practices, that the pres9 ha9 no right to allude to such mat ters—that the public have nothing to doi with a man's private character as long as, he discharges faithfully his official duties. Low and degraded indeed must be the moral...

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

BRITISH EXTRACTS. TriE .American ClippeIi. — Although there has been such a deal of talk since this wonderful yacht won the Royal Yacht Squadron Cup at the Isle of Wight, about the qualifications of the Yankees in yacht building, it is stated by the Exeter Gazette that this vessel was built by two men who were both natives of Dartmoor, in Devon shire, nnd who- emigrated some time since to the United States of America. The Family Opposed to News papers. — The man that don't take his county paper was in town yesterday. He brought the whole family in a' two-horse waggonv Ho still believed that General Taylor was President, and wanted to know if the 'Kamachatkians 'had taken Cuba, and if so, where they had talten it. He sold his corn for twenty-five cents — the price being thirty-one— but on going to deposit, the -.money, they told him it was mostly counterfeit. The only hard money he had was some three-cent, pieces, and those some 6h;irpers had run on him for half-dimes. 'His old lady ...

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

', DEPARTURES. - April 3.— William Prowso, ship, 604 tons, Captain Willinms, for Wellington via New castle- ' ' 3.— J. Lovott, schooner, 138 tons, Captain Roes,' for Molbourno. Passengers — Mr. Farmer, Mr. Dogson, Captnin-Linliorg, Messrs. Wiseman, Thompson, Horton, R. Horton, J. Turner, and 44 in tho steerage. 3.— Mercury, brig, 170 tons, Captain R. G. Ray, for Lannccston. 4. — Warato, steamer, 256 tons, Captain Freycr, for Melbourne and Launceston. Passengers Mr, and Mrs. Hans, Mrs. Brown, Miss Chip, Messrs.1 J. H. Jones, Keefe, Stewart, . Perrigalli, Stevenson, A. 0. Brown, M'Natnara, Tennis, Miller, Young, Hendorson, Gordon, Andrews, Bogin, Ruffle^ Marsh, Terry, CampbolJ, Love, and 84 in tho steorage. 4.— Nina, ' ;brig, 211 tons, Captain Phillips, for Auckland. Passengers— Mr. J. S. Hacfarland, J. Moses Crow, .'??',?' 4. — Hamlet; barque, 420 tons, Captain Wilson; for London.Passengers— Mrs. Horroll, ? Mr. Holl man, Mrs. Maloney.'-* 4.— St.,Goprgc, ship, 605 tons; Captain Jones,...

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BLAKNEY CREEK—FISH RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

BLAKNEY CEEEK— FISH RIVER K Before this yon will dsubtlcss havo heard MB?1' gold in abundance will certainly be found ^(mBt directly. Soveral parties are digging Q''Blj creek, and doing very well; I saw a nugget P«j|{ cured the other day, weighing 1^- dwt, nni.EfMj ral of smaller size ; ten buckets of earth yieHMHi three pennyweights, and this was procured ^JHr tho bank, a short distance from the creek. Atfifl man here can earn from 10s. to 15s. a dnr, cwSbi sevoral arc getting £1. Tho creek has beenp'WB,. spectod for 18 miles, and in overy place g°''tJH|n been fonnd in greater or less abundance. fifty Thb Pbbi. Djggikgs. — Although tho ne«BJo hitherto published from theso diggings isnolMBa so cheering a character as wo could wish, nfSf ' considering the small number of people at tt^Hnj diggings, about 250 we believe, and of those oimp a portion aro steadily at work, tho quantity .'HJ') gold produced shows that somo of the P1*™* must mnko good earnings. On Saturday cvcdijBjk last Me...

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BELL'S CREEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

BELL'S CEEEE. lPc' -March 31.— As unfortunately I maimed ^K' self yesterday, with a tomahawk, whilst cnt^HR, down a sappling, my communication nint^HK^ short this week, the pain. I am suffering fronflBf ( wound I involuntary committed 'being eogresBHHf to hinder mo from collecting my thoughts cBmT materials. The accident could not havowBTj pened at .a hotter time, for I havo nothing «fcBBCI| ment to communicate except that we IhitoIi^Br., Mr. Hawker, the nephew of Admiral Hawktrjm,| here. He is armed with a power of attorney 'SJhj his uncle, to tako possession of tho Belle T|Bg.vl property. It is to bo hoped that ho will initMHij,,, a better order of things with respect to tkSBL' gings on the private land. Many of tho -h??KKri lies on the creek havo been tried with a IticflE, instrument, and beneath tho solid bed of ^?HSoi posed granite, very heavy gold has been fm^HJcl ?At the present time great mystery is mado olwn. . discovery of this kind, but many who witn&U&j, ...

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MANSLAUGHTER, OR SOMETHING LIKE IT. . [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

MANSLAUGHTER, OR SOMETHING . , . LIKE IT. ?-; . , ? ? ? Tho following ?partieulars i of 'what, from tho circumstances, ovidontly appears to be a caso of mnrdor or mahslaiiglitor, wero communicated to us by an eye-witness who gives his name as John Ashail ; and if correctj'as wo havo good reason to believe, they afford -strong evidence of the miserable protection afforded to human life at somo of our diggings: — :-- ? .-.-..On Saturday, tho 20th of March, two men named Edward Woolley and Edward Albert' both diggors nt the Lorig Creak,' a sliort distanco boyond tho Devil's Holt, 'had a quarrel, which ended in blows. Wo.olley, n short, stiff-set 'man. was so far intoxicated ' that ho Tell in attempting to strike his antagonist. Albert, who was a largo man with a muscular ' frame, nnd quite sober at the time, seized a cart axle, from which ono of tho arms hadbeenbroken, and wielding it in his brawny arras, struck Woolley twice— first -across tho abdomen, and afterwards on the thighs — a...

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

AUSTRIA. During tho first four nnd twenty hours tho go vernraoiit orgnns of tho press communicated the soveral tolegraphio despatches of tho now Fronch revolution without comment, but tho Weiner Zeitung, and tho Ocst Corrcspondenz havo sinco contained short articles, tho essence of which ia, thnt tho Austrian govornmont hopes that tho Pro sident may prove successful, and. that ho may bo enabled ' to calm down tho passions, and eradi cate tho erroneous ideas of the French.' ' His mission,' says tho Ministerial Oest Correspond enz, 'appears, in truth,, to bo an universal ono.' It is said that tho Government is nt length be ginning to see thnt tho now measures agaimt tho monied world nro not oxactly calculated to raise the sunken crbdit of Austria. Tho friendly ro- . monstrances of disinterested observers, and tho damnatory opinions of the wholo of tho independent foreign press wcro of no avail, but tho riso of tko exchange on London to 12fl. 48k. j in spito of the persecution of tho p...

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

HunflerslgnedisaCash Purchaser of Gold Hndotlicrmetalaiiiany quantity/ ? G. BROCKSTAYN; B Watchmaker and Jeweller, Hj ' Howick-street, ? ; Balhurst. ? -Specimens and Coins wanted. ' B GOLD I GOLD 1, ' . H SYER, BROTHERS EHL give the highest cash price for good clear Bfsamples. ||bt 4lli,1851. ? 1§AUSTRALIAN GOLD,' HunJctsigned is a CASH PURCHASER of ?BOLD to any amount, if WILLIAM CUMMINGS. » Crock, Juno 26th, 1851. ML. ? ? ? ' g^ GOLD. Humicrsigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD 1$UST in any quantity. R THACKER & CO. B 541, George-streot, Sydney. HL— ? -— - ? '? — EgoLD ! GOLD .' ! GOLD .' ! J . H MR. AUSTIN ' En,reu to purchase GOLD in any quantities ? fe worth of a SHILLING to a THOU M POUNDS. The highest price will in fflUpareete'already purchased by him, in i| tie KfivMBipfa.wdghinff oleren - ounces, psojnat his stores at the corner of William l^Win^ntoWn,whomflyhedeSir. Ktaininff information connected with the Mas, can obtain it on application to |§ EDWARD AUSTIN, ilrner of Wi...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS."MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PERVALEBIT."SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1852. THE BRIDGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

THE BATHURST TOE PRESS. 'lUSNA KBX VBBITAS BT FMV.LLBBIT.' SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 18Ss! . THE BRIDGE MEETING. , With the best possible desire to make our townsmen appear respectable in print, we oro sorry, that it is out of our power to com pliment them upon their style, or rather no style, of conducting public meetings. It is in vain that an attempt \b made to preserve anything' in the shape of order or regularity. Amongst those who usually take an active part in such matters, the one pervading thirst appears to be to spout, speechify, and harangue, as if actuated by the ' no song, no supper ' Bentiment, ,'or' as if like 'lawyers they were paid by the foh'o. The same sentiments and ideas are dinned into your ears by an endless ding dong of chatter, sometimes scarcely leaving time to the speaker to breathe, for fear, and not without reason, some one may pop in during the interval and mar his oration. No matter however simple or complex the subject, ' it's all one.' Our Bathuret ?orator...

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

DIED, At half-past 3 o'clock, p.m., on the 9th April, at her residence, Green Swamp, MRS. M. JONES, aged 56 years, deeply regretted by her relatives. FUNERAL. THE Friends of the late MRS. JONES, of the Green Swamp are requested to attend her   Funeral, which will move from Mr. Shortill's to-morrow, at 4 o'clock, p.m. No Circulars issued.

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

II BELFAST. ??« ?I no Machine.— From the fact of yonr ?ippicd into tho Argus, from tho Belfast W& a letter of Mr. M'Gregors,.retative;to a ?Bg 'machine introduced into this district by Ken Ionian, and from your remarks on that KI iresumo it will not ho uninteresting ,to ?Hj arof a dinner which' w.as given to that H n, as an 'expression, of ourv conviction ? nd conferred a very great benefit 'on tho ? f this district. At seven -o'clock on the M^f the 17th instant forty persons sat ?ti& most excellent dinner, at tho. Royal ?B Hotel, Mr. William Rutledge,. onr ?Bijcmbcr, was in tho chair,' and Mr. R6 M®-iunavt was vice-chairman. After the 9lj|il toasts the chairman gavo the health of mm Mr. S. M'Grcgor, and paid hini many ?Spvcd compliments. In returning thanks ?Ijjregor stated, that having madc.ovpry, ??jjgs to tho causo of tho failure of a reaping Jjipronglit hero a fow years since,' ho folt Jjjjp such failure was attributable only ,Mj|of proper management. Keasomng J...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. THERE is now on my tun at Brown's Creek, near Dunn's Plains, a bay GELDING, branded DB on both shoulders, with square docked tail, nnd about 15 hands high. The owner can have him by applying to the under signed, and paying expenses. K. M'KENZIE. Dunn's Phtins. April 9th, 1852, £5 REWARD,, STOLEN OR STRAYED, from Wellineton, on the 7th November, 13jI t a frrey HOUSE 15} han.is hiR-li, S years old. dark points, branded IG, the H a blotched bran don thu near shoulder. If Any pprsori giving such information as wilt lead to the recovery of the said Homo to PETER SCALES. Livery Stables. Liverpool-street^ Syd ney, or to EOM1NICK KELLY, Wellington, will receivo tho above reward. April dth, 1852. ALL. SAINTS' CHURCH, BATHURST. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Meeting of the Parishioners and Seat-holders of All Saints' Church, Bathurst, will be hplden in the Church on Easter Tuesday, the 13th instant, at tho hour of noon, for tho election of Churchwardens for the enBulng year, pa...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BRIDGE ACROSS THE MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE* BRIDGE ACROSS THE MACQUATttE. ; In accordance with tho advertisod notice n public meeting of tho inhabitants of Eatlmrst took placb at Mrs. Black's Royal Hotel, on Tues daylast, to discuss tho propriety of petitioning for tho.croction of a bridge acrossith'e Mncquario Rivor, in- order to'mnintain. uninterrupted the communication by tho great western road, be tween this and tho surrounding districts, and the metropolis. — ThoJPolico Magistrnto,bywhomtho meeting was convened, appeared in tho room, trod after apologising for 'his inability to attend on account of his magisterial duties, deputed H. Heathorn, Esq., J. P., to officiate in his stead.' Tho requisition having been read, and 'the ob ject of tho meeting stated, it was -moved, se conded, , and carried, 4hat Mr. Heathorn remain in tho chair. . The Chmumak pointedly -expressed his regret that so little interest . should . bo - manifested by those whoso names appeared in tho requisition, .nva matter confessedly...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. BENDIGO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 10 April 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA.     BENDIGO CREEK.     From a Correspondent of the Argus.)     fight should have come off yesterday between an Adelaide blackguard and a Mur- gSa. but the Adelaidean sang small, and was out. The river man, with uncommon prositj, allowed his adversary's stake to be The Commissioner, or ' ers,' has or have with |Se intention turned from the water to the Iff -k would choose to mix it with, and have llTBiscIo one or two seizures.- The water lug) be with these gentlemen (?) a standing Ehip. A horso got, whilst under the in- BeJof great thirst, into one of the holes, over M sits a "lazy one" with a carbine, and iffijdit so much that its owner recommended | arincd ono to tako it into charge; Tho |e&h Creek is used up, and Bullock and E5u,nl-a urn now our only resource — too soon If. If their folly did not render the advice ^t would be a charity to impress upon p nd of party the fo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

Abxronomicai. -Wit.— A psrsoiaS remarking the' brightness of a inoonlffl riigh$, Stith the usual observation of «iffl \ bright .(he .moon, shines . to-night,' Ka,B :s.wered;'by.a punsteriwith, ' I slionU ? der-tif. !jt -didn'ti!'* ! '?' Why ??? Pay'» other.: !' Because^' said ho, 'tl^H same' moon tliat a month ngo too]; t}je dflS oiitof the sun.1' ; ; . *H[ ?y. ;UifiiED ; SiaIks.— A ? Berioug omJB has been committed at I/incolnton N^B Carolina, at the Marion Court. It nnrSS that 'Col; W-; W.jAyery, innn unaK and defenceless condition, was paijflj from the court-house to his room, nftcr'_____l arduous discharge of 'duty to his clieui H_BE the case then pending, wherein Flcni'____t was a party, when he was attacked__B Samuel Fleming, who, having armed \Wm self, used a cowhide, which he had sectr_H about his person. ' In ^Morgantown^i^H same neighbourhood, a few days aii_H wards, when -Judge Battle had latcn^B Beat on the bench, in the afternoon %»__? Fleming, fully nrmed, walked withi...

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AMERICAN SLAVE DEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

AMERICAN SLAVE DEALERS. (From the Morning Chronicle, Nov. 27.) We are enabled to lay before our readers copies from two documents lhat have come to our possession, which though detailing transactions of hourly occurrence in the maritime towns of the Southern States of America, will send a thrill of horror and disgust through many a Christian breast in this country. The first is an ordinary ^'JBill of Lading,' of a brig about to sail from one southern port to another; part of its cargo consisted of human beings— men and women, 'made after the image of God.' The second is a I letter from a slave-dealer, who .was seiect : ing his merchandise in ^irginiaj, tpja;fe)iqw trader in an adjoining JstateV'oV^e^wqnJd give, the .latter docu ment ^UierMiihdii '(vie . ,notifear,Jthat;O-ying to its- miserable ?oi'thoi1 graphy, . it would be ^unintelligible; ! ? The1 ohly^alterati6h:rnadej is in. the spelling ancj punctuation^ $xi& Bufficieni^wiH remain to ?exhibit the '.il|ite'rateii..and-,...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. RETIREMENT OF LORD PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

BRITISH 'EXTM'CTS. RETIREJIENT OF LORD PALMERSTON. (From the Sun.) Viscount Palmerston will now be looked npon by n vast majority of our population as tho fu ture Prime Minister of England. His late col leagues in tho administration havo by one crown ing act of folly set tho seal upon their own des tinies. By causing tho dismissal of tho Noblo Lord, tho member for Tivcrton, they have com pleted the prolonged and increasing popularity, of thoir Government. Henceforth they will havo to maintain their position, unprotected by tho enor mous influence maintained ovor tho community by tho distinguished statesman, until very recently her Majesty's chief secretary in tho Foreign De partment. It would, bo a frivolous . pretonco on our part to affect anything liko regret at tho de termination arrived at in this instance by Lord John Russell and his co- administrators. So far from lamenting tho decision they have come to in reference to Lord Palmerston, wo cannot but re joico very heartily at ...

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THE WENTWORTH GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

THE WENWORTH GOLD' FIELD. [_pnpu ouii own coitnEsroxDEiiT.] 'A'shorttimo ago Mr. Stutchbury tho Govern mont Geologist paid a visit to thc~' Wentworth Gold Field,' and iu eonscquenco of tho observa tions made by him with reference to tho -probablo richness of that portion of Mr. Wcntworth's cs tnto which adjoins tho land belonging to tho Wentworth Gold Company, Mr. Daniels wns induced to prospect it, and tho result is higly eu eouragiug. There can bo no 'doubt of tho wtis tenco of other rich digging grounds — perhaps oqually rich with thoso already proved and ap propriated. Tho specimens obtained by working with a cradlo aro precisely similar in character to tliO'gold produced by the Compnny's ground. The small grains show by tho flattened state and rounded outline that they uto found in their ori ginal pluco of deposit. The promulgation of tho abovo intelligence hns created a littlo excitement . amongst the residents of Fredoriek'sy alley, numbers of whom havo made applications to M...

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