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LONG CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

LONG CREEK. A respectabls individual, who hna spent a con liderable portion of his time since tho gold dis covery about tho Louisa nnd Moroo Creek?, and their tributaries, thus speiik3 of the diggings nt Long Creek, one of tho 'feeders.' of the Moron :—- 'There aro 500 to 600 peoplo digging here abouts, at the very least, within a com paratively small compass, all doing well. The least fortunnto amongst us, if nt all industrious, can maka his £1 per day, and many are earning .1 great deal more. 1 do not mean to nssprt for a oiiigle moment that thero are not unlucky mon amongst us, nor that claims are not sometimes opened which prove unromunerative. Plenty uf men arrive bore, try their luck for a day or two, and if unsuccessful, fly off elsewhere. We have also a few schemers and loungers amongst us, who have a constitutional antipathy to hard work, and live — I can't any how. Sly grog selling is an easy wrty of making money, anil ono very much preferred to digging- by the scheming an...

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

Gold Crushing.. Company. —Wo understand that tho' engineer selected by tho Gold Crushing Company, of which' Messrs. Flower, Walker, and other 61 i colonists, aro members, niny bo ex pectod to arrive in the Itomtm Emperor about tho end of -this month. - Ho ivas for many years su perintendent of a quartz-crusliing establishment in the Brazils, and is said to bo both theoreti cally and practically,- thoroughly acquainted with tho whole process of obtainiug gold either from tho rock or from alluvium. The machinery, which was to cost £8000, was in preparation, jhuI would be sent out with competent workmen, in ships which would sail shortly 'afterwards. The real vnluo of our quartarocks will thorcforo be beforo innny months nscertainoil beyond tho possibility of dispute— S. M. Herald.

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SYDNEY NEWS.—(continued.) EXPORT OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

SYDNEY* UEWS.—Cconfmued.) EXPORT OF GOLD. ! The following is the list of consignors; and the quantities of gold transmitted to London; ex .Ag ricoln1, Captain Bell : — . . ... ozs. dwts, grs, Brown and Co, .. .. 1255 14 0 Gilchrist and Alexander 1200 0 0 1'hilip Hart .. .. ... C75 8 0 Lyall, Scott, nnd Co. ... 560 13 2 Lamb, Purbury, and Co. 500 0 6 Watkins and 'Dean ??-.. 322 3 0 . John Bclisnrio ..... 226 2 0 Moyor Brodzink .. .. 198 15 0 I). Fernandez ... ,. 190 0 0 Louis Barber and Co. ... 59 10 0 Hynm Davis ... ? 57 6 0 H. W; Hamilton .. ... 10 00 Aspinall and Chaldcr ? 281 13 0

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 3: *? 5 j: ? I ''— L L ?' - w ? '- : r ? - . ' 'it. m. it. iii. n. »t. ? Ap'l. ,14 W. 6 . 23 8 ? . ' 38 24 . 3 '- 'l5Th. 6 . 24 5 . 37 25 . 3 16 F. G . 25 5 . 35 26 . 3 17 S C ? 25 5 . 34,27 . 3 18 S. 6 . 26 5 . 3223 . 3 19 M. 6 . 27 5 . 31j- ? 0 20 T. 0 . 28 5 . SO! 0 . G

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

Edited, printed, and published by Wn-1' Farrand, (solo proprietor), nt .tho Eatiii* Fiiee Press akd jMinino Jouhnai- jO®' William .street, Bathurst, New South JW'1' Weilnesdny, April 1 4-, 1852. J I J Jl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

£2 REWARD. TCTHEttEAS GEORGE SMITH, bp.ttcr known YY in this district as King John, absconded from my hired service on Wednesday the lOili inst.,aftet selling 288 of my sheep ; this is to Hjve notico that the abovo rewird will bn paid t.' any person giving- such information as will leal to Ilia appt'ehension. Description — Height, uhout4ft. llin. Complexion, fresh. Hair, light and rsuhcr grey, a little bald. Whiskers, None. Age, about 45 yna'rs. ? Country, Englishman. General Rtsmakks.— Rather stout, talk^ quick, and has a large nose. ' GEORGE SCHOFIELD ALBERT JOHN ASIIDOWN. Clear Creek. ) April lOth, 1832.) COACH TO THI5 DIRT HOLE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. npHE Undersigned is making: arrangements to i. run a COACH from and to Bathurst nnd the Dirt Hole Gold Diggings, which will start in a few days, when further particulars with re gard to time and fares, &c. will 'be adver tised. ; HENRY ROTTON, ?.'.'-. Mail Contractor. Queen -Victoria Hotel, \ 14th April, 1852. / LOST. ? ? ON F...

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

An Exploring- Party/ Missing.— A Mr. James Mitchell, a partner of Jlr. Kcury Nicol's, of Ballandcin, near Tcntorfield, nnd a yonng man named Hedlcy, whoso father resides near Grafton, started from Ballaudein on the 5th September, 1851, for tho Dawson, in search of a new run. On arriving at Piladah, they wero joined by a Mr. Daniel Connor ; tho party ar rived safe at tho Dawson, but hero nn accident occurred, which in all probability wns the means of saving Air. Conner from sharing the fate of his unfortunate companions. On starting from Mr. Fnrquarson's station, Mr. Conner's marc com-, monced bucking,. and throw him, from the effects of which fall he. was unable to proceed with his companions. Mitchell and Hedlcy then started north-west of the Dawson, taking with them a spare horse each, and 4 days rations ; from which timo ttp to tho present date, they havo ne ver boon heard of, now nearly seven months. A brother of Mr. Hedley's went as far as tlra Daw son for tho purpose of making...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Whcnt.— Sales brisk, at from 5s. to 6s. per bushel. . . . ? . Flour, at the mills, fine, 15/., seconds, 13/. per ton. ' '/ ' ?? ?-'-. Maize.— Scarce, at from 2s. 9d. to 8s. per bushel/ ' , English Barley.— Is selling at from 2s. 3d. to 2s. Gd. per bushel'; tho best malting samples nro worth 33. Od. Capo Bavley.— Is worth from 2s. 3d. to 23. Gd. per bushel. . . ' ' . Hay.— From 5/. to 0/. per ton. Butter. — Ir worth from 10d. to Is. por II1. Cheese. — Supplies better, at from fid. to 8d. per lb. ? . Bacon and Hams.— None. Eggs.— Worth ahoiit Is. per dozen. Sat Pigs. — Small sizes, if in good condition, saleable. Sheep.— If prime hnd heavy, will-meet with ready sale. Calves.— Nominal, Bullocks. — Vcry:primo boasts willsell, butthere is no scarcity. Tallow.— Sales very limited, and Tory few buyers in the market ; beef, 25/. 10s. to 26/., ?and mutton, 26/. to 27/. per ton. Hides. — Saleable, from 5s, to 7s. oach, according to size, weight, and conditio...

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DARING PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

DARING PIRACY. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) We mentioned in our Shipping News yesterday, that ' the ship Nelsou had been , robbed .pf 8001) ounces of gold. We have since ascertained the following particulars : The Nelson, Captain Wright, (formerly of the Trafalgar), loaded with wool, &c, at Geelong, nnd took on, board; 800.1) ounces of gold ;'.? she., then . proceeded to Hobson'a Bay to take gold from Melbourne^ and procure a crew. On - the morning of Friday, the 2nd instant, about two o'clock, a number of armed men, said to be'twenty, some of them being dressed as women, proceeded on board, overpowered the crew and officers, wounding the chief mate, and look away twenty-three boxes 'of gold, worih nearly .£30,000, with which they got clear oft'. Tho Captain was ashore at the;time. From the readiness with which they went to the place where the gold was stowed, it was evident that some of the parties engaged in loading the vessel must have given information, and we hear ...

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

A Treat.— Eiiih'. 'days sii;c;N James M'Gnin npprohen -ed on suspicion of. bjiH '.concerned in thj robbery- of gold dust ami in -ncy. from M i ? Austin's store, -'''at' the' Turoni wius remanded fui* the cyiUciicc of -la' person /named Jewell, '.'..residing at or near Bathurst. The siibpiciia, it would np penry was served upon a farmer named Suweil, who' yesterday, in consequence, presented him self at tho Sydney Police Office, Ho knew no thing whatever of the prisoner, or of the charge -against him ; he admitted that the name, ns written on the subpoena, was more like Jewell than Scwcll, but having, been served upon him, ho concluded that he was the person for. whom it was intended. The Police Magistrate regretted both that such an error had been made, and that he had no means of awarding to Mr. Sewell the expense to which he had been put in consequence of the- error. lid had only to deal; with the case before tho Court, and he had no other course but to rcinatld the prisoner for o...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

SYDNEY' MAKKETS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. The deliveries of 'Wool are comparatively tri fling now, and tho main bulk of tho clip may now' be considered ns received. Tho parcels offered at auction to-day were nearly all of low quality, and the prices obtained are much the same as lost week's quotations. Best Beef tallow only brought 25s. 9d., although t!io attendnnco of buyers was -larger than usual. Thero can be no advance in this article until the oschango becomes moro favourable, or English alviccs improve. The price, however, is low onough to induce purchases on speculation. In Kidosiand Sheepskins, thero is no alteration to quote. Gold remains nt ^3 3s. Freights to London— iGrcasy Wool, $d. fib., and 5 per cent. Washed ditto, fd. ditto, S ditto Hides, 20s. to 25s. sp ton. Tallow, 1/. 15s. ^ ton. and 5 per cent. Oil, 3/ ip tun, Gold, i ^ccnt. Exchange on London— Bank drafts, Ci f cent discount. Private bills, (with produce hypothecated)— 8 ip-ccnt. discount.

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SYDNEY NEWS. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. THE GREAT LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

'?SYDNEY NEWS, V ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. THEGKEAT LEAGUE MEETING. ( Compiled from the Empire and -People's Advo ?cate.) ? . . 'The great mooting of the members of tho Ans tralasian. League, and. Colonists of Now South Wales generally, convened for tho -purpose of taking into consideration Ear! Grey's determina tion to continue transportntion'to ; Van Dieinch's Land, 'as avowed -by him to the Victoria 'Dele- gate, Mr. King, and to adopt an address to'tho people of that colony, expressive of the conti nuoJ interest and 6yinpathy of this colony, took placo on Tuesday .evening, nt Malcom's Circus, York-street. . The President of tho League, Mr. Charles Oowper, M.L.C., occupied the Chair. Tho atten dance, as stated- in 'our yesterday's issuo, was highly respectable, and numbered between 1500 .and 2000 persons. .['?'' Tho Ciiairsiak, who Was received with enthu siastic .cheers, in opening tho business of the oven ing, road tho advertisement calling. tho meeting, nnd stated thnt most opportun...

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

GOLD CIEOULAU. Steady rates havo been maintained during the past week, the market assuming a greater feature of firmness and consistency than at any former period since the opening of our mines. Though little hope can bo entertained of any material ad vance, till some decided change, accompanied by an augmentation of capital, has been effected in our monetary system, at the same time, tlic much extended, and still extending field of opc rat;6i among purchasers removes any just appre hension of a downward tendency. This widcly diilused spirit of competition is not the fevered working of speculation, but the sound oporation consequent on practical experience an 1 matured calculation. It cannot longer bo overlooked by pur. merchants and traders, tiiat no other furm of remittance, in transactions either with the mother country or with foreign markets, can equal gold dust purchasable at present rates, ft may, therefore, be safely inferred that tho market will, for somo time nt least, bo ...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

'?PRICES CU11REST. WOOL. ?s. d. a. d. Superior clips .? ? 1 3 to I 4 yair to good ? 1 li to 1 2£ Low to middling ? 1 0' to 1 1 Grenso .;. ? 0 5j to 0 8 Locks, pieces, broken i 0 C to 1 0 wool, &c, J ' i Ilandwaihcd and scoured . . 0 11 to 1 6 tallow-. Beof ? £26 0 0-to 0 0 0 Mutton ? £27 0 0 to 0 0 0 Station tallow .. £22 0 0 to 24 0 0 Hides, each, ? 5s. to 7s. 6d. Sheepskins, q* lb. .......... 3jd. to 5£d. . GOLD. Dust nnd nuggets, f- oz., 3?. 3s. Od. THOMAS S. M0nT- Circular Quay, Sydney, April-8, 1852.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. TUENA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. TUENA CREEK. Oar intelligence from Tuena Creek is of a very encouraging character. Although fewer in num ber tho diggers nro certainly more prosperous than nt tiny previous time, and wo bclicvo a lnrger number of licenses than on any formecocension liavo been obtained by Mr. Commissioner preen during his recent trip. No moro convincing proof of their general good luck con be afforded than in tho fact that their licenses were cheer fully paid. In every caso where common industry is exer cised good wages aro obtained by tho Tuena dig gers, but large earnings are by no means uncom mon. Manyjarties aro making. 2 to 4 ounces of gold per day. Wr. Leo's .party , .have been rank ing sometimes 3 and frequently 4,ovunces per day; on ' Sheep Station ?Point, and others are equally Successful. : . _,' ; ;,;. Sinco Tueria'was Tnnda a Police station mat ters have proccoded much/more \peaccably than was formerly tho caso. Although not supp'ressed sly-grog-selling in -conducted ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

colonial njjws. [.CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. ' THE KAFIR WAR. (From theS. M. Herald.} By the Ynn-a Yarra etenmor we have received Graham's Town journals to tho 30th January; nnd from Capo Town to tho 2nd February. Our previous advices notified that tho Kafir chiefs of the Gaikas arid- Beyolo had sued for peace, and that thero whs every prospect of n termination of the war. Wo regret to find that this prospect was an uncertain and a distant ono at tho dato of tho latest papers beforo us. Tho following Ge neral Order, dated head quarter's, William's Town, January 23rd, will cx2)lain tbo unsatisfac tory state of affairs. Tho rebel Kafir, chiefs haying on tho 15th instant formally sued for peace, it was intimated to them through tho Gaika Commissioner, that hor Majesty 'cannot treat with rebels;' that ' their surrender must bo a general and uncon ditional surrender, trusting to her Majesty's clemency,' and that this tendered in a solemn manner and in good faith, hostilities would cense.' Eight ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

LOCAL: INTELLIGENCE. The Rixston HunDEn. — Mr. Jennorfs coach man Armstrong, who was apprehended, on sus picion of being concerned in the llylstoh murder on Mondny week, underwent a ro-cxamination on 'Wednesday, -which evonttiated in his release upon bail, as tho correspondence, between his person and the description given in tho Hue nnd Cry wns discovered to bo not qu'tto so close as was at first believed. Other circumstances also rendered it extremely improbably that he was connected with tho murderous transaction. '. A Holiday The at.- -As if 'fur the precise purpose of raising unpleasant reflections jn the minds of our good citizens during theEnster holhlnys, and casting a wet blanket over their cheerful dispositions, tho abominable exhibition of a gallows, ready for execution, was pnradod beforo.their astonished gafco on Saturday, -Sunday nnd Monday last, the .centrical And elevated po sition of tho gaol, obtruding tho '-.sickening object beforq tho view at every turn. Surely t...

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SELECT POETRY. THE VOICE OF THE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

. SELECT POETRY. . ' TJIE VOICE OP THE EXILE. , On a red swora hor Ill-knit bulk up-propplug, - - ' The Anarch Forco I Raw ; ? ' . :.'. Across her knees was laid a Knout, blood-dropping ; . Uoneath her foot was Law. ?''?',-[: * Bach with bis heel upon a nation's forehead, ; . Iler armed nuards stood arounU ; Nations— thiifc strjpp'd of all wheroin'they glorioil, . .,. . Weie lying gagged and bound. : ' There, Italy, still lovely throuRhlior anguish,' i ' Bled, but disdained to weep i , ? - ?-? Ilor checks were sunk and -white, llko tholrs who ; lan . gulsh ??' ;. :'?' . ? .'..?..' ? '? ? ? ??- ' .'?? : Tor yearsln dungeons deep. --'.-''? , ; Germany, with hor kind face, mado for loving, Now writhun, sharp, nud Rour, ' . Lay, oyqr and anon her lar«o limbs moving, : . ; . ?? Half conscious of tholr power. Passlonato Poland her chained hands was clonohlnB Whilo her full Eastern eyo - With fires of hate,- perennial aud uublonchlng, Glared upwards to the sky. '.--'-.? And Hko a wa'r-Bpen...

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

TEi,T:oiiApnY.-^-Telegraphy' is .baking I rapid 8tridea.asia.comm(lh-:-!c6mriiercial1' in- H Btrunicnt.1 'It is but a few-week's '-since, 'the I proprietors olthc Daily Nemo and -Times I surprised the exchanges of -the'1 metropolis I and great English towns by giving the pre- I vious day's quotations from all the 'great I contincntial. bourses, and signalised the I commenceinent of this great aehievement. by ? saving the mercantile interest several thou- I sand pounds in the negociatiori of one day'rf ? bills 'on. Vienna; It \vas but 'last week I that. the completion of the submarine tele'- ? graph was announced. This week we have I to report the opening of the coritiriental I Telegraph Office by Mr. Julius Keuler, I the telegraph agent, who has hitherto had I : the conduct at Ostend of tlie despatches ' I for the great telegraphoperations, and who I has now opened offices in Calais aud Lon- I don, Ihe latter at No. 1 , Royal Exchange- I buildings, close to the great mercantile es- ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS."MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBLIT." WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1852. ANOTHER ANTI-CONVICT DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

THE MTHURST FRKE PRKSS. 'MAGMA KST VEUITA8 ET PILSVALBBIT.' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1852. ANOTHER ANTI-CONVICT DEMONSTRA TION. ? Sick 'of prayers, protestations, and remon -Btrances,- and grown tired of humblo peti tions to the foot of a throne whose occu pant, however beloved by her subjects, is .guided by the counsels of a-relcntlcss and unprincipled tyrant, we are not surprised .£hat the .men of Sydney should resolve to petition no more. The duty of obedience from the offspring to its parent implies a ? reciprocal duty of kindness and affection towards that offspring. Tho ties of na ture between a mother nnd her child ought not- 'to -be -'stronger and more active than tho.Be which resist between a parent coun try : and 'its 'youthful' colony. Until ma tured by years and experience, and fitted by-parental instruction and advice for the battle of life, the infant community like the infant man requires to be governed arbi trarily. But it is ever to bo understood that such government wi...

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