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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. AUSTRTA, ?'(From tho Times.) The, city of. Vienna has just been the scene of an attempt which may claim both novelty and boldness, even in this age of wondrous nnd daring achievements. It is a new operation of police. Under the influence of almoat unlimited issues, enormous creations of stock, an un bounded expenditure, and impending war, the difference between the actual and no minal value of Austrian notes has lately increased to a fearful degree. Last Mon day week, for example, the rate of exchange on London wae 12fl. 56kr., which, sup posing the florin to be equivalent to two of our shillings, would make the difference between a pound in Austrian silver and a pound in Austrian notes, about 5s. lid.; about, in fact, the same difference that there was between an English guinea and an English pound note during tho worst period of our war. Of course, one such a dif ference, varying fiom day to day, nccording to the want of silver or other negotiable medium, has...

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA; We havo papers from Swan River to tho 3rd, March, but there is very littlo news of, general interest in them. ; '' ? . ' The people are still complaining loudly against tho disturbances '' caused by ' refractory ticket-of lp.avfi men'. Convicts nro not Mod servants, oven in an infant settlement. ', The following is an account of a recent cattle salo : — The quantity of stock sold was consider able. Wethers, from 12s. to 13s. ; wether tegs, from 8s. Gd. to 9s. ;. wether lambs, 6s. ; ewes, from 6s. to 9s. according to ago. Mares went off freely nt from £15 to £.28 each. There. was but littlo dono amongst. tho horned stock ;. prices are improving in about tho eamo ratio with other kinds of stock. , : ??. : ;.' Two native prisoners in the scrvico of Messrs. Burges, of Champion Bay, escaped from that district, carrying with- them a pistol, the pro perty of their masters. . They wero overtaken and captured on the road ' to Perth by a native inthoservico of Mr. T. Carter...

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THE IRISH IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

THE IRISH IN AMERICA. . (From the Dublin Evening Post.)' ! In March,.184l, the population of Ire land Avas. 8,175, 1 24; and there can ;beno doubt that before 1846, it had increased to near: 9,000,000. On the 20th of Marchj 1851, the population of Ireland was only 6,515,794, which number has been still; further reduced by subsequent emigration.; The United states census of 1850 showed a- gross population of 23,000,000. Ac cording to'the statistical tables presented by ; Mr. William F. Robinson, M. A., in his lecture delivered on the 22nd July, 1851,' before the delegates of some Ame rican Universities and Colleges, assembled at Clinton, in the State of New York, that mixed population was made up as follows : Irish born;... ;........... ? 3,00(0,000 Irish by: blood ..;...-........... 4,500,000 French and; other Celts, by ) n.nnn nnrv birth or:blood ? J.\ ?-009'(J00 German,- by birth or blood .;.' 5,500,000 Anglo-Saxon, by birth or blood ' 3,50(),()00 ; Coloured, free or'slaye.^.^...r...

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, APRIL, 8, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

' MB. MOilf 'S PRODUCE SALE. . Tiiursdav, Apkie, 8, 1852. Wool : DG, 7 bales, fleece, at 12id.-; 0, 1 grenso, Old ; Sydney, W.S under, 8, fleece, 12d ; b'L,Tundcr, 5,.12id'; JS, 0, 12jd ; EMcN, 4j lOjd'j B'& C, 2, ' washed locks, 8d j RB, JI hndor, 3 fleece, lli[-d ; B, 2 scoured,'lOd, t, skin, 6^(1 ; HW, 1, 8d, 2, 9id, 13, t3Ad' ; BEE in dia mond, 1, skin, lOjd'; EQ, 1, grcasq, 7d ; E, I ditto, 3U'; WM, 1 locks, 5J«1; II, a under, 1, locks and grciisy fleece, 5?d ; W\V, 2, (1 scoured 1 washed ncece-), ' 12d ; L, '1, washed locks and fleece, 8d; 11,10, 13 jd ; DMP, 2, 13d ; HL, Y under,: 1-, 7d, ,1, 10d. Shccps-kins .: 3- bales, ?? at 4?d. ; lot, per lb, 4gd j lot, 5|d' ; 9 biindlcs;.3d ; GOO, 5jd ; lor, 5|d ; 2 bundles, 43d j 2 ditto, 6|d ; i bale, li'd. Tallow.: 23 casks, per.ton,' £24 10s. ; M; 2 ditto, £2G 5s. ; 1 ditto, £25 }?'! ditto, £24-, GG, GH under, 5 ditto, £24 10s. ; 5 ditto,'£23 10s. ; M, G ditto, £25 10s; :'&amlG^ GH under, 3 ditto, £25 10s. ; CH, 2 di...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Right Honorable Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of Stale for the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

BGINAl CORRESPONDENCE. I c R-gh Honorable Her Majeshfa Principal i Secretary of State for tlte Colonies. ' .'. I f favour of tho Bathmist 3?aEE Pkess.1) I Lord— I trust tho medium of my commu I on may not prove an objection to its rccep | « shall bo my business both in tho conduct I muter and manner, to deserve at least I Lordship's respect. I will not willingly | ! unco ; and I hopo your Lordship will not I ; vexed question, My Lord, of 'Renewed I liortation,' if it ]ms proven nothing else, I 'ovcil Trannportntion to be, as a secondary I imer.t, worthy of tho most profound atten |ttho greatest minds in tho Umpire Tho ! - nature, modes, nnd results of this method of punishment have long been matter of history ; and, I suppose, low men will be found Biiflkfently hardy to deny the truth of the proposition, that Transportation to New South Wales has achieved results which nil previous forms of secondary punishment Imvo failed to produco. I am per fectly aware of tho character of tho de...

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SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. At tho auction salo of last Thursday the wool offered realized prices decidedly in advauco of former quotations, but, ns muy bo expected at this season of tho year, tho quantity was li mited. Tallow was dull, but this salo must not be considered as a fair criterion, as there were not any lots of first rate quality in shipping 'order, ._ '.'?'? Sheepskins as lnst .qrioted; ' Hides command a ready sale- at advancing prices. , . - :. ,.- ?'?-.? ?' _.;; ? ...: : '.--. '. .. Gold realized £3, 4s. _ , \ Freights to London-^Grcasy Wool; Jd. ' -p tb.j ;'?-' ? ',-???:'. -and 5 percent. ,': ,i' \ * . ;-;.. Washed ditto, |d. ditto, 5 . . ., .;'.; ditto. ; ... ..: ./'; .... '? .;.. 'Hides,, 20s. to '25s. ip ton. ?r-'' '. ?? -/? Tallow, l/.ios. ip- fon.'and : '- ? : '?''?: '-'?- ;- 5 percent.^- :.. ?;:_ ;:.- :???: '.-;???. ..;?:? *;??;?-;??- Oil, 8/- ipiUuni -r ??? -. ? -',? -:.-!-?:?)/ ??? . Gold,** pcenr. ,? Exchnhgo on Lohuoq-^Bank, drafts, 6j ^- cent discbitnt....

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

no Edited, printed, and published by Ww Faiuiand, (solo proprietor), at tho BatiHW Free Phess and Mining Journal 'w William-street, Bathurst, New South -V«W Wednesday, April 28, 1852. ft B

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

PRICES CURRENr. : '?' '? .- ''? '-? ? ' woox..': ? ' ? ' ' „ ' e.: d. s. d. ' Superior clips '. . . . .. . ; . . \ 3 to \ ?. 4 Fair to good ;. ? I lh to 1 2j Low to middling ? 1 . o' to X '.I. Grcftso ? 0 5i to 0 8 Locks, pieces, broken) Q G ol „ WOOl, &C. - ? ? '.'J .'...-?-. llrtudwashcd and scoured.. 0 .11 to 1 6 1 tallow, ..'.? : Beef .......... £26 0 0 to 0 0 o' Mutton .... .... £27 0 0 to 0; 0. 0- ' Station tallow ., £22 0 0 to 2-1 ,0- .0 Hides, each, ................. 5s. to 7s. Cd. Sheepskins, ip lb. ......... 3id. to 5.W. '; , . . r; . oou-. ' '??- ? '? ?'? Dust 'and nnggets, ip or.., 3/. 4s! od.v . ; : .THOMAS S.M0RT,: Circular Quay, Sydney, . , .,',.; April 23, 1852. '

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

WEEKLY CALENDATl. JL:LJL_i_J_ ii. m. ir. m. n. -i. ApL 28 W. 6 '. 34 5 .21 8 . 9 .29Th. 0 . 34 5 . '20.9 . 9 '-? 30 F. G . 35 5 . 19 10 . 9 May. IS C ??-????? 35 5 . 91 11 . 9 a £. G . 3G 5 . 18 12 . 9 ' »M. 6 ?'-.'. 37 5 ????. 1613 . 9 4T. 6 . 38 5 . 1714 . 9

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE KAFIR 'WAR. (From the S. M. Herald. ) Our previous advices from the Cape frontier apprised ub of tho operations of the British forces to tho beginning of February, when Sir Harry Smith had publidy announced his disbelief in the sincerity of tho expressed wishes of tho Kafir chiefs for poaco. We arc now in possession of Capo Town journal to tho 2-lth of February, which contain news from the frontier up to the 17t!i of the same month. On the Gth February Sir Ilarir issued the fol lowing proclamation : — 'Whereas the time has arrived when it is both just and expedient to expel the Rebel Gaika tribes, nnd tho Rebel Hottentots from tho Wa terkloof, Blinkwater, Fuller's Hock, Kat River, and tho whole of tho Amatola mountains, nil tho Burgers of tho Divisions of Albany, So merset, Fort Beaufort, Victoria. Albert, Cra dock, and Graaf-Reinet, between the ages of twenty and fifty, aro commanded to assemble, that is to say : — Tho Burghers of n Albany nt Fort Brown „ Som...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. SIR J. BROOKE'S ACCOUNT OF THE BORNEO MISSION, AND HIS GOVERNMENT AT SARAWAK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

BRITISH EXTRACTS'. SIR J. BROOKE'S ACCOUNT OF THE BORNEO MISSION. AND HIS GOVERN MENT AT SARAWAK. (From BelTs Messenger, Dec-\.) A meeting of tho Lambert Association of the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel look place on Tuesday evening, at the boys' echool-room, Lambelh-green. It beinff announced that Sir J.' Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak, would be present, there was a crowded attendance. In the absence of the Rev. C. B. D.ilton, the rector, the chair waa taken by Mr. ltosseter, the rec-. tor's churchwarden. '??' The Rev. T. F. Stooks, honorary se cretary of the Borneo Mission, having given a lecture on that mission. ''-*-' '?? Sir J. Brooke spoke as follows :? — Let us turn our attention, in the first place; to the object of .the mission. If Christianity is to be introduced at all, it must be introduced in a: Christian spirit or we want it not at all. If any particular church is'introduced into*Sa.i-awak-?-and the Church of England is the church in which I have been bred — ...

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

GOLD CIRCULAR. We have no instances of extraordinary success at our mines to report this week. The work is going on as usual, and some parties are making rapid fortunes, while others are not making more than sufficient to pay their expenses. At Ophir another thunderstorm has been experienced, and Messrs Samuel and McIntosh's waterhole, which they had nearly emptied, was again filled:-     they are, however, determined to carry out their design, and hope eventually to reap the reward which usually follows out perserverance. At the Turon a shaft has been sunk on Captain Harris' claim, which is turning out from 8 oz. to 12 oz. per day; while others in the immediate vicinity   have been known to make as much as 26 ozs. with one cradle. At Dirty Hole Creek the miners are numerous and busy. The dry diggings in this neighbourhood seem almost inexhaustible,   and there is scarcely a foot of ground unoccu-   pied on the creek. ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

IDISTRICT ITSTKttlB'jJNCE WELLINGTON. ' iTFnoii otjb own connEsroNJBNT.V Spril SOth 1852.— This day tho annual licens ? meeting wns held at Montofiorcs by tho Hccs of tho district, and tho usual certificates Sited to Mr. IT. White, and Mr. J. Hoyivoo'd B;fnntnfirirf-! l\Tr. N. Hvr-ronimus of 'tho town ii of Wellington ; Mr. A. Ferguson, and Mr. JM, C. Smith, of Newrca j Mr. Staincs' appli- Bbnforalicoiiso for tho inn at tho Three U'vers, ibo'oro thoir worships, but as tho applicant 'did Bippcnr when called on his caso was post Md Mr. Wilcox's application for a licenso ttjjlio Erin-go-bragh Inn at Mcmtcfiores, was ro M& iii consequenco of objections mado by Mr. Mi tlio Chief Constable. -? Sfhc Magistrates present wero— S. Curtis Esq., S^H. Palmer, Esq., and j. II. Robertson TSpq.. mo gentlemen deserve the thanks of thopublic Who attention and discrimination paid to tho ^?nlflpplicntionsbofoTctho bench. ' |Mr. Palmer is commissioner for tho district of JUington and Mr. Roberts...

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

?utoshis^hss. TH3IE UMIHIHUSir MIESIISIE (C3!H5BBi5IiS;, ^WI'11'li.'Ui aamdkatt, asnylUjjinnirtt ttD \MiuotBFatm *L^ Ui^iimJtoafTw.-ngBB. m&s\, mwKK ndsmnBHHRB \vJ1cd will! llawc tlimqitf inn rnT omrthnafiig (Tur cnilt- tiiigjair dhaaVuhg (Tubwhd!!, ViuIHtfii^ Esiiii^teq, Uailllihgllnttti, Sirc,,fSrr.. /V^p'^'nTarajanrillytto GaMTL. HJnira),ffiunmim!iilllniiinc, ffi. HlIffiie(,SScffi0^yI3ii^y1,a)rttu SfflJll, ffittMIEna^.irialhirEit. JllHHL BtfflllCIlRVUL £S£JHa!iIL. AHTOTIIK; MUHEmPKC ufftiln: iiillraiiltnntBafl Iltoil, HhucralkJ!ij,(£Jlcirrffhaji]Ji(riTiUltireiiidi^li liuuriliiDiH, ife lloinil}}' (umwrariBll mil Wifillnisliiiv ewoiiihwiiaxtV.att'liuitdliaJJi.ttixBnrailloTtflie.'jiru'es siijy affostttlllliiliiins sa aiuibndl SSdhudl iitt tilw WllbBjEaffEoHll. 'MHEHttffi aartssKinsi^.jjjnn:. (Hbairfl2TE»-. » A'flrill ..23hll, USSE2.JJ B3iA\!En2Baiiiniiiw'^siiiiJHia. W2fiBUinn5),ttnmr/iiHa;ll ttntlliciIiirrDn.ttwngrnfftl HJiadisnrilii^, .-riT catEully Ilullila?, wllio mrc anj...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

«OMIi,WiWSL wcnoEam. Tlio Colonist'- gives' tliw follcnvihfe rjaragiMiiHi. wliiclii wo-, recommondi to- tlio: especial! nntfkmcuT ' ' all; wliomi it'. may-- concDr.ni!' PoaT' Ehiei.tp.' EbBiiiaAN'S;:— Tliffi ffillb WinCim a slight1. sKetelii off tlio; dbihga? aUEbrXt jaUilUjp .imonfTotrtliB'Tiiililihana-.. tlhrivedlffomi tlinsti'wHm possess; tlio: bostt informatibmom tiiiittsubjcBtt:: — The charge- for lieds; is; 2s;,, andloflomfart^arr fifty peoples are? Kuddlisd! into) one: roami HUcosm ;many pigs;. Im tliu: mornings tliajyaite ormisodl .illdgo to a-puBlic-tnlilejAvHere-lirenUfasttiinrilkcmr. amongst', a^ company/ off mom anillVampn},'aann poscil; of;' alllclasses; off society.. TUns oliangpifnir breakfast is. 2s;., dinncnr,, 2s;. fflll,, ni crlhss3 alt brandy;. 0dl,,aud!linlffaiglhsE4^l!. AUtS&lbBiimw noismalli cHangpn^g-ivom focraigJksaJoffuKmilJy but: a-, cigar is; thrdwnidbwm omtlte talilte willii tlio; remark ''youimust tal:e.'tlistlfoir tllcn ol]angp;,aE wo:Ha.vo:no)...

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

K' wd is a Cash Purchaser of Gold WINTER GOODS. H On,i Sata in any quantity, p TOLANO begs to cnll tho attention of his Kjd other mc» ' TAYN, I U Customers to his lurgo assortment of Dra 1 ?_&.-£*_, Bssswsrsft.'ss.'eiss H EathurnU tho greater portion of which hnvo just arrived. ffl Every article is now being marked at tho lowest H g^imensand Coins wanted. , possi{,lo priccs. mL ? -„, rmn\ ~~~ ifiOO yards of Coburg, fiino Alpaccas, Wach and B§j GOLD 1 G(^JJiil coloured Orleans, H SYER, BROTHERS Gentlemen's comforters and ctavals ol oU Ruivothehighestcashpncafoi good clear .^^ IKles. ? A splendid lot of gala plaids, Kilth, 1851. ? , 500 print dresses, W^I- ? ? ? 100 pieces of Hoyle's best plate* BAUSTRAlilAN GOLD. 1 00 lilac and blue wide width* i! ,nr,iirned is a CASH PURCHASER of 50 ditto dark plated prints. I''* ^amount. 100 delaino dresses good, BOLD «° any *'!'' . AM rnMMINGS» ISO euperfino delaines If r ^ImS CDMMIN Silk faced cotton velvets of ail «*-ow and It rv«k. Juno...

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

COLONIAL SENTENCES.' Anotheh glaring examplo of tho utter inoffi :iaey of tho system now pursued inenrrying out :oloninl sentences for tho punishment arid sup iression of cririio, mny bo found in tho Into'. his- ory of Gcorgo Sponcer, who was on Saturday ast convicted of, a participation 'in tho burglary :ommittcd on the promises of tho Into Mr. ,Tlio uns 'VVlutton, in.Novembor last. ?, . : This man was tried in tho earlier part of the rear 1849, anil'convictcdof a crime for which ho Tas sentenced to five years' linrd labor on tlio ?oads. Tho naturo of tjio crime did not trans )ire ; but it must, hiivo been orio of nn nggrn 'atcd naturo to subject him to so severe a son enco. And how was this sentence carried oat ?' Of what description and of xvhat duration was the punisbment which this felon endured for his crime ? Hard labor during the greater part of ihe term of his sentence, when, having proved himself worthy of such mitigation of his puuish ment, being sot at comparative libert...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1852. VICE-REGAL FETES, AND RIGHT LOYAL ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

THE BATHORST UU .PllKSS. 'MAGNA E8T VERITAS ET PRJEVALEB1T.' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1852. VICE-KEGAL FETES. AND RIGHT LOYAL ADDKESSES. As HEBEToroHE stated the visit of his Excellency the Governor General to the Western Gold Fields has created a con siderable amount of stir and bustle, and as will have been nerceived bv the several ad. .dresses presented to him there has been a rather extensive outpouring of loyalty. One or two of our Sydney contemporaries appear to have lashed themselves into a high state of indignation at this circum-i stance, which indignation has been ex pended or rather displayed by the profuse employment of such terms as 'flunkey,'' ' sycophant' ct hoc .//enusdmne. .That flunkeyistn and syc pliancy are quite as rife in Bathuvst as in Sydney or elsewhere .we; are neither prepared to assert nor deny. The : large posse of officials in the shape of Com missioners, Sub-commissioners, clerks to sub-commissioners &c. &c;, with their friends direct and r...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1852. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 28 April 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.     BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS.       FRIDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1852.   ASSAULT.                     James Kennedy was indicted for having, on       the 8th April, at the Long Creek, Meroo dig- ings, committed an assault upon one Ellen White, with intent to do her some grievous bodily harm. The prisoner pleaded not   guilty.                   The prosecutrix stated that about 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the day in question, she saw the prisoner coming from his tent towards her, and knowing that there had been a dispute that morn- ing between her husband and him, she   sent her little b...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

T* the Editor »f the Bathurst Frte Prut cJM Mining Journal. . H Sir — It is not often that my name appenrsinjHj public journal, but on tho present occasion I fe)H 'constrained to set aside reserve. For if ixsH .scenes as I have witnessed are allowed to nyH onobserved, they will no doubt go on gndufflH increasing in enormity until sotno unfortuniiH individual loses his life. Such I foci aura *iH -ever.tually be tlie ease if so -no protection IkimMB ??fford d to the quiot and well disposed inliabitoiBaM of the junction of Oakey Creek. wSm On Thursday— tho dayprevious to the arrmlJBi the Governor General, tbe most revolting sceaBBi 'were witnessed in our neighbourhood. HofeKB was committed, fighting1 and drunkonesa cantjHS on to an alarming extent The noiso and uptoHH which the cry of robbery had occasioned did mHK cease until 2 o'clock tho following moniinj. liHw Sunday the 25th ultimo, that day which JH divine injunction is set apart for tha woraliipiHH God and tho enjoyment of our '...

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