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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Buthurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 April 1852

ORIGINAL CORMSPONDENCE. To the Editor of die Batliurst Free Press and Mining Journal. Sin, — A wet season has had tho effect of dri ving a. largo number of miners from. tho Turon, where their enterprise and industry have been baf fled by tho repeated floods which swept that river. They havo been driven to seek in tbo different tributary creeks, a field where their exertions may moot with a better and moro certain reward during tho winter month 3. Of all tho places selected by them nonesccm so peculiarly adapted for winter digging, and for the permanent stny of a large population, as tho district comprissd wi thin the- Dirt Hole, tho Tntnbaroora, and the *Bald Ridge Creeks. - . .! The population of this district may bo set down at 1,200, with every prospect of an increase ; tho people nro preparing for u winter residence, and aro busy building slab and bark huts as a sub stittito for tho flimsy calico tent which served them for a summer, habitation. It is a matter of great difficulty...

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

CTu^lersiBncdisa Cash Purchaser of Gold ; If »mlothormotals in nny quantity. .., 8 Q. BROCKSTAYN, ?',. *a AVatchmakef'anrt Jeweller,. -.. m ' ? Howick-strcet, .-? - || . ; ; 'Bathurst.. fL _Rppcimens nnd Coins wanted.' ? ; ? ; If GOLD I GOLD !. I SYER, BROTHERS . SiUifiWctlioUlglicstcash.priccfor good clear m Bawplc3' ..?....; : ????:? fl Australian. gold. ; ,. iiSLnderetend » » CASHP.URCHASER of, iliifiOLD to any amount. Wf WILLIAM CUMMINQS. Ma Ctcck, Juno 26th, 1851. ,. $* ~~ GOLD. fm nmicrsigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD PdUST in any quantity. if THACKER & CO. B$ 541, George-street, Sydney. M_ ? ? — - — — — ? . ETcoU) ! GOLD ! ! GOLD ! .! 1 . m, MR. AUSTIN Mraarei to purchase GO LD in any quantities. BK «rth of * SHILLING to a THOU p) POUNDS. The highest price will ? in Bsjcaso bo Riven. , i ?? i ifcrue panels already purchased by him, In gffthoKmffsampte.woiKhingclevenounces. |Sj,°scjnat his stores at the corner of William Sfl3)nrlmin-streets. , . IfnnBcrs arriving in town,...

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COUNTRY NEWS. COTTON GROWING. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

COUNTRY NKVS. COTTON GROWING. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. . Sin — Will you oblige mo by inserting in yonr . paper tho following communication, which I lmvo lately received from a friend in Manchester, who has tin extensive cotton spinning establishment and uses the finer description of cotton. ; The cotton referred to wns grown on my farm, Bnlimba, in 1851, from Sea Island seed, kindly sent to mo by S, A. Donaldson, Esq., and tho soil wns of an inferior .sandy nature : — ? ' ' The sample pf cotton which you sent, is of a very nice sort, and well worth 18d. per lb, ut the present time ; it is a healthy staple, bright mid clear, nud not too fine ; 1 'should not like any finer from you. 'We do not like scoing any yollpw in it, and if you grow much, you must not put in the cot ton that is in the immediate neighbourhood of the seeds, for it is ofteu flimsy and rotten ; recol lect that ono single ounce of light spidor's wob sort of stuff in a whole bag of cotton, will 'per- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

Edited, printed, and published by W'J[ Farrand, (solo proprietor), nt the BAMjflm FllEE PnKSS AND MlNlHQ JODKHAL ^'i William-atreet, Bathurit, N«w South )'«? Saturday, April J 7, I85fi. ' 1 ??flHHOIMHfll^HJ

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IMMIGRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

IMMIGRANTS. , Tho following is n list of the occupations of the .ranlo immigrants by tht- ship Agin eourt:— Agricultural labourers . ; . . ;.. 2t. ? ? .; ? Shepherds ? 8 :: Gardeners ?...,.......;....... 2 ? Butchers ? ........;.' ? 2 Grooms ? ..;...... '8' .'';'? Land Steward ? ;.......;; -I-.- ?' . I Sawyer ? 1- . ..'.-; Miners ? ........:. . a.-.' , Grocer's Assistants ? 2 ' Railway Labourers ? : ???..- There are also twenty-five unmarried fomales Fatal Accident. — A melancholy accident, which terminated fatally, happened at Parramatta to tho engineer of tho Comet, ns he was proceed ing on board tho steamer, on tho evening of Saturday. Tho deceased, named Robert M'Don gal, when crossing a plnnk laid from the wharf to tho steamer, missed his footing, and fell into tho water. Grapnells wero immediately pro cured, and in about seven minutes tho body. was recovered. Lifo was not extinct, and tho nnfor tnnato man lived for soven hours, expiring at five o'clock yesterday morning. The b...

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THE MINERS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

THE MINERS' PETITION. Tho following answer to the -Position recently addressed to his Excellency tho GovernorGe neral, by tho Turon miners praying that they would be permitted to register bed claims when unworkable from floods, hns been received by Mr. Harbottlo who has kindly forwarded it to this oluco for publication — ..-.?? Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 7th April, 1852. Sin, — In acknowledging the receipt of yonr letter of .tbo 29th ultimo, forwarding a Petition from the holders of bed-claims on tho Tiiron, re presenting thnt tho lato floods had rendered their claims unworkable, aid praying therefore that they may be permitted to register their claims during tho present month instead of being obliged to pay license fees for retaining possession there of, I am desired by His Excellency tho Governor General, to inform you that tho case of the Pe titioners is provided' for under tho Oth section of tbo Amended Gold Regulations of the 29th of March last, of which I enclose a c...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. Gold Exports.— The following nmonnts of gold were exported by tho Tnmar, which sailed yesterday for London, and tho Ann, for Guam, ? which also sailed yesterday ': — ? ? Per Ann, »on Guam, Ozs. ''' Captain Walker ... ... 160 ? Per Tam ar, For London, J. Thompson and Co. '. . 400 ?''.'?'? Jacob Marks1,'.'. ?' ...... 800 , A, S. Leathcs ... ., '... 153 ? ' C. A.. Lloyd ... ...... 654 ? R. Towns ...?„.... ...' 350 - ?-.:'. Flowor, Salting, and Co.. .746 ; ' .: W. Barnett ... ; ... ... 357 : .- Smith, Croft and Co/. ... 910 Sheppard nnd Alger ... C4 Boguoand Co.... ...... 156 Thncker and Co. ... ... .320 P. Hart ... ? ... 1200 Georgo Thorne nnd Co. ... 165 AdolphFees ? ... 152 Wntkins and Dean .;. ... 66 -'??— ? Aspinwnll and Chnldor ... 29G Willium H. Geary ? 50 .0339, :. The total amount is 6499 ounces, which, nt £3 10s. per ounce; amounts to £22,746' 10s. It will bo observed that some .quantities' of gold are being exported to tho East. Messrs. A and M. Moses, by tho Nig...

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IRELAND. THE MURDERERS OF MR. DATESON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

IRELAND. THE MDnDEItEItS OF IIR. MATESON. The Belfast Chronicle of yesterday has somo additional pavtitfulars in connexion with tho ar rest of tho persons suspected of having been im plicated in tho murder of Mr. Bateson. They are as follows :— ? Wo mentioned on Saturday that two men had been arrested on suspiciou of having taken part in the assassination of Mr. Bateson. Owen Kelly, of Lurganboy, and Francis Kelly, of Ttillina grove, aro tho persons. Theso dro the men iden tified, and are now lodged in the county gaol of Monaghan, while tbopolico nro on tho trail of the third. They wero caught packiug up for America, — 24 hours longer, and the murder would have been shrowded in the same mystery which envelopes that of Mr. Maulevercr. No person can even surmisa a causo which, by. the remotest possibilit)', could be attached to the victim. Tho murder was committed, and the lapse of but a day would have rendered tho cssnpo of the Kellcy's all but certain. Impene trable obscurity would ...

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RYLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

RYLSTON. 1_from oun own correspokdujtt.J On Saturday night last thcro camo on a fine gentle rain, which will keep up tho winter's feed for the cattle, which is more luxnrinnt nil along tho Cudgegong, with ntmndnnco of water both in tbo river and its tributaries. Indeed, in tho memory of tho oldest settlers here, tho river- has not nm so lonsr and strong as nt' present. On tbo evening of Sunday, the 4th instant, Tkomns, tho son of J. Mealy was drowned in tho river, -at tho township ; ho had only been missed a short time, when his clothes were funnel on tbo 'bank, which lod to the supposition that tho lad was drowned. A drag was procured, and in about half an hour his'body -was hauled up by Mr. Armstrong and other neighbours, from a dcop hole, but it had been too long immersod to givt any hope of life being restored. The '' body was conveyed to tbo hut.of his poor mother, and his father sent for, who wns at tho Turon. On Mon day a magisterial enquiry was hold by John Blnckstone, Esq.,...

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LOUD GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

LORD GRANVILLE. (From Belts Messenger.) Tho Ministerial changes have, of course, givon riso to a great many rumours and romarks. Tho ministerial Globe of AVednesday announces, with courtior-liko flattery, Lord Granvillo's appoint ment :— We nro enabled to announce that Lord Granvillo has been appointed Lord Palmerston's successor. The evidences of statcsmanliko abili ties and attainments which have been afforded by all tho noblo lord's recont speeches are abun dantly sufficient to justify his promotion to a moro olovatcd position of public trust.' It is asserted that Lord Granville's tendencies nvo de cidedly liberal — more so, it is alleged, on many points of genoral politics, than thoso of cither Jord Clarendon or Lord Palmerston ; though he lacks tho prestige of tho ono and tho long ex perience of the other. Granvillo George Loveson Gowor, second Earl Granville, and now her Majesty's Secretniy of Stato for Foreign A flairs, is a comparatively young man, having been born in ISIS. ...

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PEEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

PEEL RACES. The second of the annual rnco meeting* by which the peoplo of Peel town, Brucedale, Clear and Winburmtalo Creeks choose to signnlizo the Easter holidays, came olF on Monday and Tubs- - day last, in presenco of a goodly collection of the yilingcvs and their neighbours. Tho first day if Ef.stcr Monday) beinK unfavorable on account : of rain, the attcmlanco was not bo nnmerous ns was anticipated, but on Tuesday the- blithesome lads nnd buxom lasses, mounted on aH sorts of ' steeds, from tho Shetland pony to ttib highmet tled courser, camo rolling in from nil points of tho compass. Tho occasion was enlivened by the attondaneo of the honorable member for Rox- ? burgh, Wellington and Jiiigli, 'his lady and fa mily, who appeared to participate in tho joyous feelings of their humbler neighbours. Mr. Fr.mcis wns ns lively and as good-humoured as usual, nnd ns busy saying civil things as if can vassing a constituency. And by no means the least assiduous amongst an important group ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

COUNTRY NEWS. ? GOULBURN. Thb Fish River. — Tho parties who- wero digging on Blacknoy Crook havo entirely dc» ?erte'd'that.locaiity.for Marooralonp, tha .Hi of itr. D. H. Thorn, where gold is beinK *mWfri the siirfaco in great abundance.; Mur°nJW,fli sitnato on tho Fish Riyer about 35 tnilTH^ Gtralburn nnd 11 from Gunning, an,j c,,HjF not only to tho eye of tho geologist, bntaWJ11 tlio commonest observer,' a strong resemU- (Hia' the Tnron. As yet thcro are but cieht M^' work there, but fresh parties are arriTin» Hi' every day, and all appear entirely satisficiw1*1 what they are getting. Ono man procured tJH*^ one-third of nn ounce in a day, hy washin^R' soil close to tho 6urfaco. This specimen ; flp1011 in possession of Mr. Thorn, at Goulbnm W*1 well worth seeing. Tho average carl!*80 from three to four onnces a day. The ffOrfft is less laborious than nt most of tho othc ?«-' pings, and thero are greater facilities ofomT the washing operation. All the creeks u9 hes leading into this...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS ? NEWS OF THE WEEK. (From the Spectator, Dec. 27..) ' Lord Palmerston has ccasod to bo a member of Her Majesty's Government.' For this an nouncement the public woro in some measure prepared by tho rumours of dissensions in tho Cabinet that have been current for a few weeks. There is no great mystery about tho rupture. Tho etorv Aihich would fasten it unon tho -ncvsonnl animosity of tho Colonial Secretary meets with little credence. What with the broken health of tho Home Secretary, tho proved incompetence of tho Chancellor of tho Exchequer, and tho. unpo- pular -waywardness of tho Earl himself, tho Grey'a havo enougli to do to kcop their own ground. The causo of quarrel has this explanation. The Foreign Secretary had come to indulgo his peculiarities to «uch nn extent that his colleegao could no longer get on with liiin. lord Pal morston has always been ono of thoio men who engago in politics, ns sportsmen follow the fox, Dioro from the excitement of tho chase, than...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor of the Bathurst Fret Press, and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

OBIfflMI CORTOPONDENCI To the Editor. of the Bathurst Fret Pret$.and Mining Journal. . ; ? Sin, — T -wish-to bo informed .through .the co lumns of yonr papor, by what authority the en- : closed market place in ? William -street .'it rented as a paddock in which to graro cattle and horses, and to what.purpoao, the money is applied ? . . . ' Yours,-...' 'V- ; , . :?';.. .' , A SUBSCRIBER. Bntharst, ' \ ?''?'' ApaiUS, 185J.- J : : ? '''':'? , [We refer the above laconic note to the consi deration of the Market Commissioners.— Ed.]

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

'WEEKLY CALENDAR. i £? I ' *3 * ... «= M I H. XI. II. M. IT. V. ApL 17S 6 . 23 5 . 3427 . 6 18 5. 6 . 1C I . 82 23 . 3 19 M. « . 27 6 . 319. 0 SO U. 6 ? 23 S . SO 0 . 6 21 W. 5 . 59 S . 89 I . G 2! Ch. 6 . 30 S . 2S 2 . G S? P. 0 . 10 S . 27 0 . C

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EXECUTION OF WHILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

EXECUTION OF WHILMORB. Tho closing sceno in the short but torriblo ca reer of Thomas 'Whilraoro took placo on Wed nesday morning last, nnd in recording tho event, it falls within our province to stato that, as far as conld bo judged by externul appoarnnccs, ho left this , world a sincere penitent. As wo have beforo stated Whilmow has boon assiduous!/ attended by tho Rev. Thomas Sharpo smco tho day ot 1111 condemnation, nnd it i* in a groat measure owing to tho .pains-taking of that gentleman that so happy n change has been produced iu his frame of mind. His devotional exorcises wore por forraod with a degree of industry and »eal, which early botrnyed a deairo to fit himself forthe awful change ho was about to undergo. Feeling tbnt all Iiopo of raorcy wai slint ont from him in this world, ho straggled stedfastly to merit forgivoncss in tho world to como. And it is only dno to the Rev. Mr. Sharpe and tho ministers of other de nominations who have occasionally visited him, to say, that...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

MARRIED. By special license, on the 15th instant, at St. Michael's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Keating, Mr. Edward Doherty, of the Pyramul Creek, county of Wellington, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. William Boyle, of Bathurst.

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

MORETON BAY. A DA.NGBR0U8 ClIIKAMAN. — At the Po lice Office, on Tuesday, a Chinese named King, in the service of Mr, T.L.M. Prior, of the Logan River, was brought up on wari ant, having been apprehended at Ips wich, and forwarded to Brisbane, on a charge of absconding from his service. Mr. Prior deposed that the prisoner had been in the service of Mr. John Smith, of Ipswich, whose service he left for that of witness, engaging for the period of three years and six months. He remained in witness's service about six weeks, when he ab sconded about the 14th of December last. He had received to the amount of £2 18s. 2d., and was therefore considerably in wit ness's debt when he absconded. The pri soner, when called upon for his defence, made a statement in tolerably intelligible English, the substance of which was that Mr. Smith had sent him to gaol for three months, after which Mr. Prior's overseer offered him 1 2s. a month, with' two pairs of trowser.8, two coats, two pairs of boots, ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

COLONIAL NEWS. m VICTORIA. m MELBOURNE ANTITRANSPORTA fl ^ TION MEETING. H (Abridged from the Argus.) ?necting was held yesterday at tho Mechanics' Wte pursuant to advertisement, for the pur Bof considering and determining upon some ??of assuring the Homo Government of tho ?determination of the Colonists of Victoria Em under any circumstances, tho importa Efihe criminals of the Mother Country to the ?tjjsian Colonies. Tho most marked unani 11 Ki firmncs3 of purposo was observable RLoit, and it is worth notice that many of KUsions of tho most cxtrcmo chnracter Bis most warmly received, and tho most on ?Ltially applauded. Hjijo platform wo noticed tho following mom Hf tho Legislativo Council :— Messri Dight, Haer, Murphy, Johniton, and Wcstgarthi the Wr, Alderman Nicholson, tho Kev. Messrs. ?jiin, Ramsay, and Reid ; Messrs. Henty, Shnils, Bell, Annand, Watson, Kerr, and Bkcit, and several other influential gehtle H Worship tho Mayor took tho chair at a few Bes after two, and briefly o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

Sheriff's Office, Bathurst, 16th day of April, 1852. SYEB BROTHERS v. WALKEB. TpHE Sheriff will cause to bo sold, on tho De JL fendnnt'a premises, O'Conncll Plains, on Wednesday, tho 21st day of April, at 12 o'clock, noon, all 'the right, titlo, and interest, in and to A Quantity of Household Furniture, CONSISTINQ OF: — Chnirs, tablet, Bedstead, bedding Kitchen utensils 1 Stack of Hay containing from 10 to 15 tons. Unless this execution be previously satisfied. THOMAS JONES, Sherill's Bui I iff. REQUIRED, AT FREDERICK'S VALLEY, BY tho Wentwortli Gold Field Company, Splitters, Sawyers, and rough Bush Car penters. Apply personally at the Cnmp to ' It. L. PERROTT, Munager. April 16th, 1852. , ? W. KENYON, BATHURST TANNERY, LEATHER STORES, SADDLE AND HARNESS DEPOT. ! Opposite the New Court House, ; : ?\VlJ.LIAM-STREET. BilTUDRST SPRIGS, hob-nails, hemp, fl.«, and overy ar ticle in tlio grindery lino. Good kip, sole, and calf leather. Hames, traces, bits, spurs, and whips. Gig furniture,...

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