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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE HORRORS OF THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

BRITISH JfXTMCTS.' T3E HORRORS OP THH RUSSIAN GO -:? VERNME^r. . {From the Weekly Dispatch.) Under tho title of ' TholMartyrs of Russia,'1 M. J. lEohclot has written a littlo volnmo fpub lished by Reevos and Turner) which delineates, in characters of firo, tho horrors and atrocities of a government that has no parallel in tho annals of tho. world. Tho turpitude of the liomiin monsters pales beforo tho hideous ferocity which is embodied in. ths Czarism of Rnssin.' ' A sombro ghastlinoss pervades the whole, and tho reader shrinks shuddering from tho details of tho infernal tortures with which it teems. Under tho govern ments of Wcstovh Etiropo, mien maydavo death and imprisonment, in which th«ro is nqrefmd ment r of physical agony needlessly, exercised i but who caii endure seven thousand blows with ft stick, or the awfiil climato of Siberia, that placo of cxilo where tho nights aro long nnd gloomy, the sky appronching to black 1 ? Lighted up bjr tho aurora borealis, it appears as if ...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION. CHEMISTRY. GENERAL PRINCIPLES.—COMBUSTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

lEieiNAI CONTRBUTiaSfi i CHEMISTRY. ? HOBSBIUl PRINCIl'LES. — OOMBCSTlOa. ? was stated that tho burning of a candloll Mated chemical decomposition. Whpn a light Hplicd to the wick of a tallow candle, com Hon tikes plnco, heat and caloric, and light KTolred, nnd the decomposition or separation ?o constituent particles of tallpw or fat ensues. Re heat which is evolved during tho combus Hof tho candle, melts the fat which. ia ab mi by the wick, on the principlo of capillary Hdion, and on coming in contact with tho ?*, is converted into hydrogen gas. This gas ?goof the elements of combustion, and burns In pale bluo lambent flame. Look at the Bn portion of tho wick while the candle is ?Pg.and the hydrogen of the fat is distinctly ? in its pure state, it then unites with the car Mas seen in tho burnt wick, and becomes a R (lime, commonly called inflammable gas. ? of itself would not continue to burn, but for ?ving' a continued supply of oxygon from Mnir— the supporter of combustion in eve...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

CALIFORNIA. (Prom the Svditet/ Mornina Herald.) Wo aro in possession of San Francisco papers, to tho 13th ultimo. There is nothing of interest, in them, if wo except a letter addressed to tho Editors of tho Aha California by Mr. Thomas Hinicrau. which, we aro irravelv informed. ' well sets forth tho feeling existing against California among the ignorant, prejudiced, and intolerant classes composing the greater part of tho popu lation of the South Sea British Colonies.' Wo are further assured, that Mr. Hinigan's state ments in the following communication ' mny be relied upon 1' . We;- yesterday, promised to find roonvfiir this vmrceau, but must content ourselves with a^fqw. extracts which have, reference to the alleged^.' cxistiUg feeling.' , ?...'...? ?: :yi(0Kihi3l Editor's of tiie'Mia 'California ,?:? . .%''?''!?''?', Sydney,' New Sjutii.Walcs, ..''.'??? Dec. 5th 1851. Gentlemen,— Tho Waltor Chixton sniling for your.port to-morrow: affords mo an opportunity of communication; I arr...

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CARCOAR BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

CAUCOAR BRIDGE., trPram an Occasional Correspondent.) I Pulilio Meeting of tho inhabitants of tho lid of Cnrconr was held at tho Court Houso, : LtownofCarcoar, on Tuesday tho 20th m jt, for tlio pnrposo of Petitioning tho Legis ?« to trrant a sum of monoy for tho construe* ofaBridgo over tho Belulmla Kivor, in tno jm of Cnrcoar. The meeting had been called U 10 Police Magistrate on * a requisition nu £ )usly and respectably signed, but liko most lie meetings, tho attendance was not nu |ra». ? . I p. North having read tho requisition, and to culling tha meeting, was voted to tho ft, after which tho following Resolution was 1 ed hy Mr. John London, and 6ccondod by BKcnncdy. , .. gfflmt in consequence of tho absence (.from y&oidnblo causes) of a nnmbcr of tho Kcntle 1 .who signed the requisition for this meeting, ijnilvisiiblo to adjourn tho same sintt die, and I Messrs. Robert M'Diannid, John London, ||mon Meyer, Bernard Stimpson, nnd Thomas Sbatrick, be requcstod to act as a ...

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REPLY. THE RESIDENTS AND MINERS IN AND ABOUT OPHIR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

EEPLY. » TIIH RESIDENTS AND MtNERS IX 1 AND ABOUT OPHIR. fenk yon for this address with which you H wlcomodmoon my first visit to tho Parent ill Field of Australasia. , i m happv to find that tho Regulations of tho ¥? ' ' [-„. tlm TOnrlfincr nf tllO VflrioUS Gold 5 ihnro acrconhloto you : and 1 cononr with in tho opinion- that to tho good senso and F tvof the miners eoncrnllv, nnd to tho acti nml discretion of the omcors employed to % th-in out, is attributablo the happy state of By which exists in this, and in tlio noigh S inn ilipgings. '?'''.. »t iracliultofimi, that in common with Ilcr Sky's other subjects, your feelings of loyalty , jatiaciimont to our Sovereign : Queen :.Vie % nro unabated. ? ? ;?? ?-.???. :- ? ?', ;-?? ??--'? Bio expression of your satisfaction with my iinistrntion of tho Government, mid yonr good ici towards myself porsonolly, uro very ... ac- po to me. ??- ? , W (Signed.) ? : I CHARLES A. JTTZ ROY.

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

msciaiAwus mMcts; An .IsfPRoyisEn Act of . Justice.— r During our cruise here we. Bometirnes overhauled a whajer, .and,, ,on several of these occasions, a , sailor or two, on ? the pleaof ill'-usagej volunteered to enter our 'Vessels. These we alwavs accepted, when sufficient , cause .. of' compiairit could be shown, the captains of those whalers being most tyrannical scoundrels,, and using their men in la most ''brutal and ..crueliraant oer, ! inmost instance?., -?-.'.'.-, When such is the case, the of redres in. 'the hands of the sailor are as follows-;— ^Whenever a man of-war approaches near enough to render the signal . distinct, a , red or. blue, shirt is fis'ened to so ne consj icuous part 'of the rigging of the --whaler, where it cannot remain a dozenseconds until it is observed by some one on board the man-of-war, and reported id the officer of the watch. The result of the mariBtivre is, that in a very short space, of tinier an officer from the man -of- war . having been on ...

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(From the Melbourne Morning Herald, April 8th.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

{From the Melbourne Morning Herald, April Bth.) We announced in yesterday's Herald, the capture of one of the supposed gold robbers, on board a Sydney bound vessel in the Bay ; and we have riovv tho satis faction of slating 'that- two letters were re ceived in Melbourne, vesterdav. convcviii'' the intelligence of further arrests. One of them stales th?,t from private information received by Mr. Carman, the Geelong Chief Constable, he proceeded on Tuesday to a .public tavern, about three miles from Gee longhand known as the 'Ocean Child,' where he found four .individuals,. 'who, .there was every reason to believe .formed -a' part of tho band of pirates, who plundered the Nelson. On being searched, there were found on two of them, two drafts for .i.'5U each, on the Union Bank of Sydney, £i)[) in gold and note?, a lot of percussion caps', a largo nugget of gold, a watch, and some other matters. The fellows manifested considerable surprise at trie appearance of the poli e, and positivel...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. WALLABY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

'MINING JFrKUlGKNOK.. '- WALLABY PofNT. [FBOU OOn OWK COUnBSPONDENT/1 A few days ago amonster in human form wont into ono of tho tonte on' l'aterson Point and at tempted to violato tho person of n girt about 12 years of age. Tho father of tho girl was nwny at work and her mother was gone to Sofala. ? It appears that the 'wretch must havo watched tho departure of tho mother, : for very 'Shortly after she lcft.tho ? tent ho entered and attempted his diabolicaloffenco immediately. Upon tho return of the mother she wns told by £ho child of tho assault,; and the man who was working in tho neighbourhood mado his escape. On tho follow ing day, tho father procured a warrant for his apprehension, the polico. wero sent on his trail, and tho day. after tho warrant was issued tho man was taken' at the Dirt Hole,- wlienco *ho was brought to Sofala, After a patient investigation }f tho nffhir,. find the examination of a' host of witnesses, ho was committed for . trial at tho en suing assizes, but...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

DIED, At Hartley, at the residence of her father, on the 21st inst., JANE, the beloved daughter of ALEXANDER BINNING, much lamented by a large circle of relatives and friends, aged six- teen years and two months.    

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

-MKG£LlAM)US EX'JJJUMi WATEn-sroTJTS.— Tho island of Sicily has baen swept by two enormous water spoutSj acsompanied by a terrific hurricane. Those who witnessed the phenomena de scribed the water-spouta ns two iramensa spherical bodies ot water, reaching lrom the clontls, their; cones nearly touching the earth, and as far as could be judged, ^nt a quarter of a mile apart,. travelling with great velocity. They passed over tho islnnd'iiear Marsala. Iri thoir progress, houses were ^unroofed, trees uprooted, men and women, horses, cattle, and sheep, were raised up drawn into their vortax, nnd borne on to destruction ; during their ? passage^ rain descended in cataracts, accompanied with hailstones of enormous size, and mnsscs of ice. Going over Castellamarre, near Stabia it destroyed half tlio town, and washed:' 200 of the inhabitants into the sea, who all perished. Upwards of 500 pcrsoni have been destroyed by; this terrible visitation, and an immenso amount of property, ths country b...

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COLONIAL NEWS. PROTEST AGAINST THE PRISONERS PER "ABOUKIR." 27th March. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

COLOMAL NEWS. PROTEST AGAINST THE PRISONERS PER 'ABOUKIR.' ?Southern Tasmanian Coancil'of tiie \ Austral-, : asiab Zeaque, 27th March. 1852. : My Lord— Wo,'iho undersigned, as tho Council of the Southern Tasmanian Branch of the League, had tho honor to transmit to your'Lordship, on tho 29th Jnnuary lust, a Protest against tho in troduction of prisoners into this colony, and wo now mnkn thn likn Protest hsainst tho renewed breach of faitli committed by Her Majesty's Go vernment in pouring into -this colony 279 con victs from tho Ahoukir, recently arrived from London. : , In making this Protest,; wo beg tonssuro.your Lordship, that wo aro not weak enough to sup pose that any regard for good faith, or senso of justice— still less any enro for tho wolfare of. tho Australian Colonies— will influenco your Lord ship's conduct ; but your '. Lordship may form some idea of tho 'feelings of tho colonists in rofei- enco to transportation, from' tho proceedings of their- Representatives, who in'...

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AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

AMERICAN NEWS. Wo tako ; tho following from tho Polynesian, March ' 8th. Tho European nows was uot bo latai as our direct dates. Five Days Later Istbluoekce. Disavowal of tho Outrago on tho Steamer Pro met neons. — Kclcaso ot tho uutian .prisoners uy Spaiir; probable pardon of Mr. Thrashor.T-' Kpssutlr at Washington.— Congressional Ban quet and Webster speeches.— California Items. — Panama News.— Foreign Intelligence — Re- signation of Lord Palmerston, &c, Tho P.M.S. 06*8 steamer Oregon, Capt. renr son, arrived yesterday morning at 8 o'clock, 14 days and 7 hours running timo from Panamn. Tho Oregon brings tho mails, and fivo days later advices from tha Eostarn States. Sho has on board 489 passengers, : of which number 33 aro females, and 28 cVUdrcn. ' . Tha intelligence by tho Orogbn is not entirely destituto of. interest. - Tho Kossuth agitation, though subsiding, does not appear ,,to occupy less spaco in *ho newipapcrs than when it first com menced. His movements and inten...

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THE ADDRESS OF THE RESIDENTS AND MINERS IN AND ABOUT OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

THE ADDRESS OF THE RESIDENTS AND B MINERS IN AND ABOUT OPHIK. M To His Exobllenot Sin Charles Auocsrn8» Pitz Roy, Knight, Companion of tho ltoyal^e Hanoverian Guclphic Order, Govcnior-Gc- W neral of nil Her Majesty's Australian Posses- ff ; 6ions, and Captain-General nnd Govcrnor-in- «' Chief of tho Tcrritoj-y of New South Wales, flf nnd its JJependcncies. May it please your Excellency— j Wo, tho undorsigncd, residents nnd miners l» I nnd about Ophir, (tho Parent Gold PicM « I Australasia,) beg with great respect to appion0' I Your Excellency, ia order to wclcomo your at- 1 rival in t|iis nunfernus district. Anil, ulthoii;?' fl many of tho mi- ing po])itlation havo been «' I trnctcd hence to hlhvv diggings, -wo feel pcf' ? Bunded that this portion of 'the gold fiolds Will I sa ., t0 nbound in tho precious metal, our Pf ,i,l nuartz-studded hilla only requiring m I and combined labour to work them with ?Ml'' Tm't unmindful of tho advantages thnt Stall this Colony have enjoyed ovorindi...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S VISIT TO OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

DISTRKT INTELLIGENCE QPHEH. ? fffnouj oon own oonnESPoxDBST.l l THE' GOYERPrOR-GENERAT/S YISIl| TO OPHIR I On Monday last His Excellency Sir 0JM| A. J?it7. Hoy, accompanied by tho Hon. tlio &H lonial Ttcasurcrand son, Georgo Fits'. ltoy,I!8B| tho Governor's Private Secretary, Mr. CoimWi sionor Hardy^Captain Batty, and Mr. TiWlU (jommiss.oner Green, left Bathurst and proccol^B as far as. Mr. Commissioner Green's station S| Swallow Creek, whero tho party took np feMI quarters for. tho night. On tho fiillowing nor.H ing, nfter an early broikfast, His Excellency JM suit mountod for Ophir, and arrived nt tho;te|H station about two miles from that placo hctwicB 11 and 12 o'clock, whero they wero met by ^B Assistant Commissioner HamiRuii, und hisiiwH pers, and tho clerk of Petty Sessions. ThodM cial party then proceeded in tho direction of ilfl onco fnmed Ophir, nnd just boforo arriving at itfl crossing placo at Lewis's Ponds, a party of nbcifl thirty horsemen respectfully welcomed...

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THE NELSON ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

TIIE KELSON ItOBBEET. The following is the report of the exa- mination of the suspected parties at the Police Office, in Geelong, on Thursday, referred to in the letter of our Correspon- dent : — PIRACY James Morgan, one of tho men appre- hended a few days ago, on suspicion of robbing the barque Nelson of a large quan- tity of gold, was placed before the Sitting Magistrates for examination. Mr. Carman stated that, having heard. of   the piracy some days ago, from information he received, on the 6th instant he started for the Little River, and on his way called at the Ocean Child Inn, where he appre- hended Hutchinson, alias Brammagem, with a draft for £500, and notes; also, James Duncan, with upwards of £1,000 and a large nugget of gold ; also, James Grimes, and another of the name of Thos. Morgan, and a fifth of the name of Jones, on suspicion of being perpetrators of the above robbery. That having proceeded to her Majesty's gaol that morning, in com- pany with Mr. Dav...

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THE LATE GOLD ROBBERY ON BOARD "THE NELSON." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

THE LATE GOLD ROBBERY ON BOARD 'THE NELSON." (From the Melbourne Morning Herald, April 7th)   As Mr. Davis, one of the persons on board the -Nelson the night of the robbery was walking on Williams' Town Wharf, yesterday, amongst the crowd of persons congregated there, he immediately recog nised a man as being to the best of his be- lief, one of those concerned in the outrage. He immediately gave information to the police, and whilst one was stationed to watch him, the others were sent off for the mate, whom they brought on shore dis- guised as a bushman. By the time he reached Williams' Town, however, the man had gone on board the Thomas and Henry brig, bound for Sydney, at present laying at anchor in the bay. To this vessel they proceeded, and amongst a number of persons in the cabin, the mate immediately recognised him. Upon searching him, twenty sovereigns were found, and his two carpet bags contained every description of rig from the select surtout to the universal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

Kundcrslgnndls a Cash Purchaser of Gold WINTER GOODS. ffl ml oilier metals in nny q lantity. ry TOTANO begs to cnll tlio attention of his ffl Q BUOCKSTAYN, It. Customers to liis largo assortment of Dra H Watchmaker and Jeweller, pcry, Hosiery, Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Hf Howick-stroet, lately selected from- the- Lest houses m Sydney, H Balhurst. tlio greater portion of which havo just avrivcil. I jpc.lm.n- and Coins wanted. *%$&!' ''' ''* ''** * ^ '''* War~~ ? GOLD I GOLD ! 1 .000 yards of Colmrgr,' fllno Alpaocoa, black and ES ,~ rmrvnrnrnQ ' coloured Orleans, I^SiWSS-Borfelc.r Oentlojnen. comforters nnd «,- al all H Biijvlmi , a splendid lot of gala plaids* Bamst 4lh» I8jl- -? 500 print drcssrs, Il$l ? mIn I 100 piocrs of lloyle's best platen ?j AUSTRALIAN GOLD. 1 00 lilac and bluo wide width, ? Kb nmlersiBncd is a CASH PURCHASER of 50 ditto dark plated prints, . Rnin 10 any amount. 100 dclaino dresses good, m WILLIAM CUMMINGS. 150 Biipcrfine delaines I ft«k. Juno 2fl...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, 22ND APRIL, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS ThursdAY, 22nd April, 1852. The Court opened this day with a list of 86 cases for trial.       William Ryan, alias Dwyer, alias Scroggins, of Mudgee, laborer, was charged with having stolen a horse from a person named Christie, at Mudgee, on 25th March last. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and, it appearing that there was   a former conviction against him under the Va- grant Act, for which he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour, he was now sentenced to 3 years and six months' hard labour on the roads or other public works of the colony. HORSE STEALING       Adolph Von Lowerhurtz, a German, was then placed at the bar, charged with having, one day in March last, stolen a black horse, the property of Thomas Duce, a horse breaker, living at Car- coar. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. From the evidence it appeared that the pri- soner...

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PUBLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 April 1852

PUBLIC BALL     In undertaking the task of describing what we did not see, it is necessary that we should inform our readers that our sources of information res- pecting the public ball given in hoiior of His Ex- cellency's visit to the Western-Gold Fields are not only numerous but authentic, and that the following particulars are committed to their pe- rusal with as much confidonce as if witnessed by the writer.     In the first place, to prevent the possibility of an accident, from the assemblage of so large a number as was expected to congregate in the ball-room, upon what, to many young ladies in   Bathurst, has been the most stirring event of their   lives, Mrs. Whitton had taken the precaution to have the tie-beams securely propped. This once known, and pnblie confidence as to the safety of life and limb being thoroughly restored, tickets   for the ball were in great demand; so likewise ...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

CALIFORNIA; A RD8B.--N0 littlo excitement has ptenfl daring the- past week among tho mineretM Hill, growing; ont of tho report that tho Hm of Stockton Hill, had been found to yield real ably well to somo few who hnd rmt. dnu-n iM icaga a great number of clnims were, mM takon up, and hard work wns performed nil tonishing speed. Tho ledgo fa on tho arJ| sixty feet from tho surface, and although tM havo been disappointed in their cxpectationitB 'big strike,' wo aro pleased to learn tliatilfl who aro on tho load find their claims prospwlB average of two dollars per sacL-Gifc* CliTomcle. ? ROW AMOKO THE CELE8TUtS.~Wc 1cm(M tho Chmeso of TurnorsviUo havo bccninisB of considerable excitement for somo tiraofl owing to the delinquency of ono of thcircfl trymen, who, it appears, stolo a pistol and « property from ono cf tho tribo. Tho ofe« having been detected, was arrested and UldM cording, wo suppose, to tho Celestial custom,* having been found guilty, was scntcncdB punishment. Tho prisoner...

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