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"OLD PAM," ALIAS "THE DOWNING. STREET PET". (THE WELL-KNOWN JUDICIOUS BOTTLE HOLDER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

'OLD PAM,' ALIAS 'THE DOWNING ? STREET PET '... \ , ... : . (TIIB WEM.-KK0WN . JUDICIOUS DOTTLE HOLDER.') (From Punch.) .'??., In presenting our renders with a portrait , of this celebrated sporting character, wo havo ho in tention of going into a detailed account ' of his performances in tho diplomatic ring. '.' Ho may be strictly called ' a veteran ;' bat ho has been such n remarkably steady man, nnd, thanks to this, is still bo fresh, and in such good preservation, that no ono. would think of clap ping on Ms head more, than two-thirds, of tho sixty-seven years ho enrrics with so much pluck and' liveliness. ' Old Pam,' ns ho is affecticmatcly called by the nobs of the Fancy, with whom ho is deser vedly a great favorite, entered tho ring in. tho good old milling times, when a fight was a fight, and no mistake. Boney, tho brriisor,- was still open to fight all tho world, any weight, size, or odds, and Pam mado his bow in St. Stophon's, the Tennis Court of those days, just after Bone...

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DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT NEW YORK. (From Bell's Messenger, Dec. 8) By tho Baltic, which has just arrived nt Liver pool, wo have received an nccount of a dreadful catnstropho at New York, by which nearly fifty children of tho Ninth Ward School lost their lives. Tho following nro tho details : — Tho building is four stories in height. The first, or ground-floor, is used as a play-groun-l ; tho second, by tho primary department ; tho third, by tho female ; and tho fourth, by tho male departments, cuch containing 500 or GOO pupils. ? The instructress of tho department first men tioned is Miss Abby Harrison. For somo days past, sho had been Buffering from fatigue and exhaustion, resulting from over-exertion in prc pnration for the forthcoming examination of her scholars. While tngaged in her usual avocation she suddenly lost tho Use of her. totignc, and the face' became distorted,, which frightened tliocliil dron. : Tho latter screamed, iliul tho boys ovor headhcuriiig tile noise, fled down ...

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

BL. undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold B«nd other metals in any quantity. .,-... B Watchmaker and Jeweller, M Howick-street, ? Bathurst. HL ^Specimena and Colria ?wanted; . . B ^old r gold ( ;;?;?.??/ ? SYEB, BROTHERS. .....'.. , . ; . . , ,;, RlLg-i,ethehighestpasK price for good clear fn5sTBALlA.N:GOLD.: ;V .. /.. , H; undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of ; Bold to aQy amount- : V WILLIAM CUMMINGS. HarCrMk, Juno 26th, 1851. _; M ML— — ' ' ';'.-. ' — — — - — ?? WT^ GOLD. . , . . ........ H umiers'lgned arc PURCHASERS of GOLD ?hUST in any. quantity. . , ? THACKER & CO. ? 541j George-street, Sydney. ?__ ? __ — '.. ? ' ' - - — ? GOLD I GOLD ! ! GOLD ! ! 1 ? MR. AUSTIN ??....- ? HcDared to purchasoGOLD in any quantities K worth of a SHILLING to a THOU m FOUNDS, the highest price will in B« parcels already purchased^ him, in Hfftl'eKi'npffawp'e.weiBliingerevenounceSi ?ioseonat his stores at the cornor of William KDurlmm-streets. ? ? ? . ? ? . ', ?' iLcrs arriving in town, who...

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

LOCAL INTBLLMKEK. ?Kbmo Cni'RCH. — A. vestry meeting of. tbo parishioners of Kelso was held on Tuesday last for tho purpose of considering the circular of tho Bishop of Sydney; nnd electing churchwardens for tho ensumg year, tho Rev. Mr. Lislo in tbo chair. After tbo re-election of Major. Wentworth and Messrs. Win, Leo and J. B. Richards, a re solution was proposed by Major 'Wcntworth nnd carried, that the meeting for tljo discussion of tho subjects comprised in tho Bishop's circular bo postponed until ths results of the Sydney meet ing of tho-clcrgy bo ascertained. . The ? business, concluded by a voto of thanks to chairman, by whom they were appropriately responded to. Kelso Denominational Scuoor,.^— Wo un derstand that Mr. and Mrs. Walkor from Sydney havo been appointed teachers of tho Denomina tional School. Kelso, and that tho establishment; will be re-opened on Monday noxt for the admis sion of pupils. The want of a school for tho in struction of the youth at Kelso has been se...

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

THE PEELDTGGINGS. B Wo M a day or ' two'sirico tin onportoaiHf conversing with nn .experienced Turon di^V01 who went up to the 'Hanging Rock di?Br with apnrtjv and after, visiting those aidBfi Peel aipgines; and making some uhedk^H1 trials himself in promising places durinjiMr of three days, left flgriin, after selling disp^R siohs. From his -statements we gather thl^V ' few persons are now at work on thecrj^f HahgihgBock (H£g!ngftr~ Tho main bodrn'^Bf Kers, somo 200. in number, are prntlic'rctl n^HP Peel, six or sevori miles from the Hanging^B'! twenty-seven from Tarn worth, and about a^V , walking jonrriey from, the head stntionotl^H' aoo Goonoo. ' The'presont digging spaceeBf Peel is about a mile in Jeneth, extending flf',1 tho point whero Messrs. Laurio and BaBl found their gold (and where thev nreKBP work) to another point a mile off. The imiHfl ins: spnoo embraces some very promisinz^^J' ground ns reparSs the form of tho banks {^B0' tho times of flood. Hitherto, ?'however, ll'...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1852. POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 17 April 1852

THE MTHUftST ME PRESS. 'JIAQKA BS? VHttlTAS XT rR-BVALBBIT.' SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1812. POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE DIGGINGS.   A contemporar lately asked the ques-   tion, with reference to a report which ap- peared in the Free Prcss detailing the large earnings of the diggers at the Dirt Hole Creek, how it was, if such statements were true, that so little had been said re- specting them. In reply we may inform him that although the diggings thereabouts   possess and have possessed a mining popu-   lation for the last six weeks, variously esti-   mated at from 1,500 to 2,000 souls, no   postal communication exists between them,   and Sofala. on the one side, and Bathurst   on the other. They are to all the means,   ends, and purposes of civilized existence   almost as completely debarred from inter-   course with the outer world as if trans...

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SOFALA. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

SOFALA. TUBLIC MEETING. . Tho -expected arrival of His Exeollorivy the Governor-General at tho Turon has.created. quite a popular fervor at Sofula, and upon tho mode o1' his reception, - and the wording .of-; tlic 'nddress intended for presentation, village politics ruii very high. Two preliminary meetings took place at Captain Broomfield's .and -Mr. Quail'*, on tho same night, to discuss tho steps necessary to be taken on tho forthcoming occasion, when, to avoid any clashing or confusion, and with a view of merging any differcaccs which might ex ist, a deputation wus appointed by the gentlemen assembled at the former place, to wait upon the meeting at tho latter, with the offer of '! a palm leaf.' After smoking the pjpe of peace, and talking- the matter quietly over, 'it was' resolved to refer the subject to King Public on the fol lowing (Saturday) evening. In accordance with this determination a .public meeting was con vened on the flat behind Mr. Long's Inn, a:id about 5 o'clock ...

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ENGLISH ECONOMICAL VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

0TSTOL1SH ECONOMIGAD VIEVTS. :: A' writer in 'tho' 'Mdtnitig' , Glirip'nicle,- -who i3 evidently cbnvdrsant with eeorioiuicil science, takes n calm survey 'of tho ofiect which tiie gold of Australia may havo ori 'monetary;' -values in Europe;. Ho remarks th.it tlio discovery of gold in Australia, and tlio' abundant yield of the Cali forni'an mines, hnvo again called public attention to ttie import.mt question of tho probable'. influ- oncopfso lurgo nn ? accession 'to, thb stock-of the precious m etals upon tlio monetary affairs', of tho, world. _To arrive at even a' speculative 'opinion:- upori this subject, it will bo lieccssiiry toiniuiirc; as to what has already been tho effect produced by tho gold':', found in California since tho disco-; very' to tho present time. 'Thb amount estimated: to havo-' loft that -country ''.has beori variously stated nt. from twenty to thirty millions sterling. Of this,. probably from twelvo to fifloen Millions, hevo boon left in the United'. States,...

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THE FRENCH-RUMOURS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

THE FRENCH-RUMOURS OF THE i . ?-''':''..'.DA-TvV; .- ,-, '- (From the Times December, 30) „ ; j It would soem~to;bb ono oftlio commonest per versities of human nature,' especially _at moments of public exeftement',1 riot 'only to reject what is accurately true with an. air of sapience and cau7 tion. worthy of tho most-sceptical, philosophers, hut'ht.the same time to -swallow \vliat is false and absurd with the utmost creiliility.' 'Tho'lato re-1 volution fo Paris-and' Uio rib less -staHliiigcoKp d'etat which removed -LordPulmeretbri from' office have g von rise to an inexhaustible supply ^of what were termed ' canai'ds' -by bin* French ?neighbours when they still had tho privilege of rea ling a newspaper j -arid whenever .\vc. cast pur eyes'-bvorthp, columns'' of our edntemporriries wo nro amused by thbp'rbfuiulity of their arguments to throw doubt 'ori'soinp'woll-aSccrtainod fabt,' or by tholivelincss of,' their nsscrtions.ih matters riot) subsequohtly' corifirmod: by '?? dxperienc...

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To His Excellency Sir Charles, Augustus Fitz-Roy, &c., &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

2*o His Excellency Sir Charles , Augustas Fitz Hoy,&c., ? frc, £c.' ' ' ' We the undersigned inhabitants of thotownand district of Bathurst,' beg to welcome your.Ex c'ellcney's visit to the Western Gold Fields, and gliidly avail ourselves of tho opportunity thus, afforded us'of expressing our unalterable at tachment to the person of her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, and our stedfast loyalty to her .Government,', eur respect for Your Excellency and our confidence in your Excellency's administration. ' . Wo would further beg to call Your Excellency's attention to the near approach of the month in which the great fact whs announced to .the world that tlie District of Bathurst and. the sur rounding country was n vast and profitable Gold Field. Since that period a wonderful change has taken place in our social position, and future prospects— a; change by which the Colony presided oyer by Your Excellency has become one of tho most important of Her Ma jesty's Dominions. It ...

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To the Inhabitants of the Town and District of Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

To the Inhabitant of the Town and District of ...... J5a^yr4t Gentlrmex, — Tho expression of your unalter able attachment to the person of. our most- Gra cious . Sovereign nnd -of Loyalty to her Govern ment are such ns reflect credit on British. subjects. 1 thank you sincerely for tho respect' for myself and tho confidence in my Government which you have also been pleased to express. I concur with you in opinion that the discovery of the vast and profitable. gold fields in this dis trict and elsewhere have been productive of a most important change in the present social position and future prospects of this colony. It is nt. tho same timo a matter of heart-felt pleasiiro to my self and congratulation to you who livo in this district, that notwithstanding tho attraction of tv rich and widely spread gold field, the ordinary in.;: dustrial pursuits have not been neglected, to tho extent at Jirst anticipated. That peace and. {rood order havo' been sustained is to bo attributed in a grea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

Elitcd, printed, nnd published l.y \ ° 11 Famiakd, (solo proprietor), at tic ' L, 1 Pbbb Pjibss and Mixiko JouirW/g William -street, Unburst, Now So'1 '/| Saturdnv, April 21, 1852. /I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

, — -— ? Wl— ? ? ?? ? II — ?».. ? ... ?? —.???? ? — NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. . It IBOIt occur (o our Correspondent 'Spectator ' . that tho press ennnot with any regard to its own safety or respectability take cognizafico-4f -private quarrels. If the conduct of tho ydUng '? nan '? at tho luto Guyong pnblic ? meeting (whoso rtamo is not given) was half as ruf fianlr and at blaclcguardish as represented by our Correspondent, ho deserves to be sovercly punished, and courts of juatico aro very pro perly established for the punishment of such characters, but it is no part of our business to lit in judgment upon him. It would bo about ... A3 reasonable to expert that wo should interfere \X in th° domestic quarrels of men and their ?r wivos, if sucli things over occur, and publicly to pf expose ono or tho othor according to our no tions of the right and wrong of tho case, or to hold up to ridicule the persons and conduct of . -any two street brawlers who may chanco to outrago public decenc...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA NEY YERITAS BT PREVALMINY." WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1852. POLICE PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

JHR BATUURST ¥RK£ PRESS. ' ' 'KAMA ??? TJIBITAS BT rRMVALVmt.' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1853. r ? POLICE PAY. : Esymul articles have already appeared in this journal contending for the necessity,; under the present circumstances of the cc~; ?Jony, of establishing a liberal scale of pay; for policemen of every grade and class. We 'have always argued that, to secure active ?nd efficient men, the constable ought to be -pain equally well with the daily labourer, or the probabilities were that, if not too. lazy, he would caat off the ' clolh' and be take himself to work. ? This result of a low flcala of pay appears so obvious that it would be a mere waste of time to argue it, and yet it is of bo much consequence to the well-being of society, in the detection of; crime and the preservation of the public peace, thnt 'it will bear repetition. But singular to say, that although self-evident to everybody else, the government appears to be practically oblivious of it. A general reduction in the pa...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

: WEEKLY CALENDAR. ? ' n. II; H. K. It. M. ; -Ati'tivr.1 « . sa s . ; J9 1 . 6 J2Th. '6 , 10 9 ,'.. ii 9 ;. 6 18 F. S . '10 1 . S7 3 . 6 44 3 0 ? 31 I . 16 * . 0 35*. fl . 32 3 . 25 5 . C 36 M. 8 . 32 3 . 24 6 . 6 87 T. 9 . 33 5 . SS 7 . 6

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STORY OF A FIRST KISS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

STORY OF A. FIRST KISS. In the University of Upsala, in Sweden, lived a young student, a lonely youth, with a great love for studies, but without means of pursuing them. He was poor and with out connexions ; still he studied on, living in great poverty, but keeping up a cheerful heart, and trying not to look at the future. which looked so grimly at him. His good humour and good qualities made him be loved by his young comrades. Once he was standing with some of them in the great square of Upsala, prating away an hour of leisure, when the attention of the young men became arrested by ayoung and elegant lady, who, at the side of an elderly one, walked slowly over the place. It was the daughter of Governor Upland, residing in the city, and the lady with her was her governess. She was generally known for her beauty and for her goodness and gen tleness of character, and was looked upon with great admiration by the students. As the young men now stooi silently gazing at her, as she passed...

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THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

THE GREAT EXHIBITIOK. B (FromthtS. M. Herald.) HBTan s Tha following letters have been publi&HP&te Van Diemen's Land. We can oiil; iifBBoci while wo are grateful for tha honoun^HB v: which tho commissioners intend to fang^E, colony, wo fear that, as a cdlony, Wo uBb ' worthy of tho praise which has been be&flB^BC upon u«. Hif ' ' Dowriing-8trcet, 9th December, lagJK ( Sin— I transmit, for your infoi-matto, H8 copy of ft letter addressed to my departm^Hni direction of her Majesty's Commissioners A exhibition oT 1851, expressing tha scnsoeHB/ tained by the commissioners of tho imprflll services rendered by many of her Majest;'»Jj|_ nies. and announcing their intention of pwMBp ing to each of tha colonies in which local JMjJs mittces were formed, a series of tho iffiHRil medals distributed by them, together withicMS, of tho jury reports, Ulcstratcd with photojnSBf of articles oxhibitcd, and also a copy of th-£HH' tratcd catalogue, as n. memorial of the grwtBB5 d...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CUEftH Wheat — Is in demand at from 5s. 6d. toiifl bushel, for good samples. H Flour — Is advancing iu price, and ihobH rather bare. g| Maize. — Primo samples are in demi.iB worth from 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. per bushel H English Barley— Will only sell of tt.fl malting samples. Bj Capo Barley — Dull in sale, atfromjijM 2?. 6d. per bushel. n Hay — ^Very scarce, and worth from (l|H per ton. ? Butter— Is worth from lOd. to Is. MM very good, ' ' W Cheese — Saleable at from 6d. to 7d. pn^H Bacon and Hams — None. H Ejrgs—Scll readily at about Is. perdozo,H .Fat Pigs—In good condition, and smdA ?8.11 readily. ? Calves — Nominal. . H Sheep— Are plentiful, but very priajfl will sell. M Bullocks. — Thcro is a plentiful sup[{jH middling cattle ; very prime ones in iiH mand. - ''?.'??' H Tallow — Sales continue .very limited, aaipS much-the same as4ast week. V Hides— Very saleable, at from 5s. i|H each. , U Tobacco— Dull in sale, and ?prices'decliifeB ; :: ' : . ? ': ' /HEK...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

PRICES CURRENT. ??''''? ' ' ,' -wool.; ?' ' .'??' ' ?' '' ??;.''?? :'.?' ' ' ';?'? ', _''?'' '???'* &l :». d. .''' Superior clips ........... 1 3, to 1 4 ,: Fair to good ? ...;..... -1 4| to 1 2f Low to middling ? 1. 0 4o 1 .1 Grease ? 0 5| to 0 . 8 Locks,- pieces, ? broken J ,0 6! .t ^ Q .,wpol, &a» n , ....... 1... . , ? . ..:.- ? Handwftshod and scoured. . 0 ' 11 '° .1 * TALLOW. ?'-'.' : Beef ? JE2G 0 0 to 0 O o Mutton .... .. .► £27 M- 0 to 0 0 0 -'', Station tallow '.'J £2S -0 0 to , 24 \ 0 ,0 , Hides, each/ .'. ... . . ... . .' . . '.;! 5s. to 7s. 6d. . Sheepskins,- y tt-. ; ... ;'.-. .. ..^d.-to 5ja; ': ; ? ??.??' --?- .'?'.-/.?- -OOLD. ? ''?' ' \' ??,'? ':]-,:'. Dust arid nuggets, \p '-'oz.,31, 4s. ^Od. ;' .n-HOMAS S, HonT.' Circular Quay, Sydney, . ;;r; April 16, 1852.' ; . / '. ? '

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 April 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. The quantity of wool offered at last solo was very small and realized tolerably good prices, quite equal- to4ast week's qnotations. ? Tallow, of which there was a considerable quantity, met with a ready -sale' at for beef £25 12s. 6d., mutton £27. ; . ; A largo number of hides fetched at from 7s. 6d. to 8s. each. Sheepskins about as last quoted. ? ? Gold remains at 3/. 4s. ? ,-?:? :-:'-. Freight! to London^Greasy Wool, Jd. ^ tb, 'and 5 percent^. Washed ditto, |d. ditto, 5 ' '.? .?'? . . ...'ditto '.. '„?' .'?'. . .? '. . ' ' Hides, 20s. to 25s. ip ton. ... - -Tallow,. 1/. 15s. y ton. and «??????.?'?? 5 percent. 0H.3J y tun» Gold.ipcemV ,? Exchanga on 'London— Bank drafts, 6}f cent discount. . ' ?' ' ' ,?'.'-. Privit* billt, f(with produce hypothecated) . S ^ cent, discount.

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