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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

DISTltlGT INTBLLLfrhNCJJ. ORANGE. PrROM OUB OWN COURESP0NDEST.] A step is about to be taken in tho right direc tion on Tuesday next, and which, if attended to, and taken up. with, proper spirit, is sure to ad vance tlie interests of our township more than wo can at all conjecture. A meeting is to take plac.', and no doubt arrangements will bo mado for either forming prospecting parties, or offer ing a reward, for tho .discovery of gold in our im lr.cliat i neighbourhood ? It is a matter of great surprise that' such a meeting had not been convened and held months ago, when possibly our district woald now ba ranking bigli in the scale of acknowledged gold diggings.;, but; better late than never, and if we have union and enterprise, tho work will yet go briskly on. ' ? ? ' . There are many placc3 close to our township wliich present indications as favourable as over did Ophir or the- Turon, and you will scarcely wiisb. a pan full of earth in any one placo without finding a speck or spe...

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DESTRUCTIVE RAINS AT MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

DESTRUCTIVE RAINS AT MORETON BAY. . . (From Ac Moreion Bay Courier, April 19 ) Something nearly approaching to the long pre dicted flood of tho* Brisbane has just commenced in this district. Tho rain, which, as mentioned in our last, was heavily on the evening of yester day . week, ? continued to pour down in ^ violent torrent throughout .the whole of that .; night, nnd, with slight ? intermission, next day. i Tho rain ?commenced on Sunday night, and again :? fell in great- volume. It was conjectured from tho course apparently taken by tho rain clouds tho j. creeks would be flooded, and accordingly a strong : and rapid stream of fresh water was running ' down tho Brisbane on Saturday night. In the .;? course of that night or next morning a consider able number of casks of tallow, which had been. ?:? . washed off the wharves, of the boiling houses near i Jpswich, xatno floating down the stream, with .'. trees, logs of timber, vegetables, and other stray | . articles j and amongst the...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

? ?COLONIAL NEWS; victoria.' ;?;(:* The Qcauter's Revsnde of ..Victoria.— The following is a statement of tho. General and Crown Rovenue of Victoria for the quarter ended the 31st March last, compared with that of the corresponding quarter of 1851 : — .General Rove nuo £75,272 Os. lid., increase £33,592 lls. Id. ; Crown Revonuo £150,827 12s.' .7(1., increase £147,338 lls. 8d. Adding tho General and Territorial Revenues together tho 6ura for .the quarter i3 £232,099 13s. Gd., anil .aggregate in crooso £182,981 3s. 9d. This enormous acces sion of rovonuo, like that in our. 'owii ensj, is mainly attributable .to the gold discovery, as may be seen at n glanco at tho items of which it is mado up. Tho proceeds of gold 'licenses arc sat down at £48,597 13s., nnd tho fecq for tho Escort of Gold at £4,489 19s. 5d., making altogether a: sum of £53,037 12s. 5d. derived ini ono quarter from this new source of industry,' If wo take this quarter as an approximate average, tho re venue of Victoria...

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TO THE GOLD DIGGERS AND INHABITANTS OF THE TURON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

13 THE GOLD »IG0EI!3 AST! ISnABITAST3 OF TIIE InUOK DISTEICT. Gextlemek — In thanking you for this address and for the expression of ymir pleasnre in seeing me among you ca the Western Gold Fields of AustraliiC I' beg to convey to you the high grati fication I derive from the assurance that yonr devotions and attachment to our Most Gracious Sovereign continues unabated, and that your confidence in my administration with reference to the political and social interests of tha Gold Di.^ger3 remains unshaken. I also request you to accept my sincere thanks for your good wishes for the welfare of myself and' family. ?(Signed) Charles A. Fitz Rot. Yesterday week a man was found drowned in one of the claims at Sheep Station Point. When Iks seen previous to l*is death, he was in a state of intoxication. There appcara to have been a good deal of rain about the head of the Turon within the last few days. The river rose above a foot last night, (Monday.) Many arc still leav ing for the Dirt Hol...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

NEW ZEALAND. . We have received New Zealand papers to the. 17th March. ' . ;;' . .' . Tho Nelson Ecttlcmont, nt tho end of the year 1851, contained tho following popu lation : — , : ;? :'.--?? .' ' WHITE FOPnLATIOT*r. . : ' . ' Males-'-^FoTnalcs. Totals. Town of Nelson '. ; ??' ' Soa^i'' 773 ?:. 1,570 Rural Districts ... 1,514 : C 1,197 2,7 lV Totals ... 2j317;' 1,970 4,287 NATIVE POPULATION. . Males .. .; .. .. ? ... 548. Females ... ., .. ' ;... ... 407 Total j ... ... 055 Tho number of places of i religious worship is 12, and of hpnses 779. '' Tho number of acres cropped is 5521. Tho rovenuo for the year ending 81st of December, lSiil, was /6U1 15s. 10d., end the expeniituro £4134 14s. ' Tho quantity of wool exported from tho Wuirnu this season has been 678 bales, of the yaluo of upwards of £10,000, and this does not include sorao of the lato shorn. ' Tlio Nelson Examiner saya :— ' Reviewing tho progress of the settlement for tho past year, wo have abnndnnt reason - for congratul...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [raoM orm ows conaEs?o3TDEXT.3 1 forward you a copy of the GovernorGe neral's reply so it;; Aidj's« of half a dozen gen tlemen appointed as ft committee on tha 17th instant, upon wlxich occasion you were present. Ths address, I Bay, is of theso htilf dozen gen tlemen, and not of tho meeting, as I shall pre sently show yon, and. for- the information of your readers I would suggest tho necessity of your publishing tha tiddres3 of tho .miners, as adppted by them m the occasion referred to. Tifey will then perceive that nn unpardonable liberty has been taken in expunging from that address the following most significant words — 'although we may not ns a body acquiesce entirely in the policy of thonecessarilyexpcrimental Gold Regu lations, &c, ' and substituting I know not what in their stead, as I have not been ablo to obtain a sight or a copy of tho original document. Such a gross breach of trust ns the said committee have committed, would, under ...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

CALIFORNIA. .(From the ^Empire.) New Amaloamatiko Pkoobss. — E. B. God dnrd, agent of the- , Toxas' nnd Georgia Mining Company, rit ' Qunrfoburgh, writing to J. B. Tnisk, Esq., upon the' adaptability of tho amalga mators manufactured by .DIrdsall and Co., of Stockton, to (tuartz minincr, says : — 'In reply to your Inquiry relativo to tho oxperiment in amal gamation at our mill, I run six stamp', throe into fie tables, and thrco into tho tab; intending to rim both twenty-four hours ; but, owing to a frnoturo of part 'of the machinery, was obliged to stop it after running it six hours. The amalga mators produced 7 oz. 10 dwts., tho tables 2 oz; 2 dwts. nnd 10 grains. Tho six stamps wcro fed by tho samo man, from tlit) came ore, anil at the same time, and I can see no reason why tho test is not a fair one. — Calaveras Chronicle. Another Rion Vein. — We havo jnst received tho intelligence of tho discovery of another re markably rich quartz vein, south of tho Cnlnvcras river, and within ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A GLANCE AT HAVANA AND THE LOPEZ EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A GLANCE AT HAVANA AND THE LOPEZ EXPEDITION. (From tho Alta California.) ' After a rough and disagreeable passage from New Orleans in the noble steam ship Georgia, we dropped anchor in the beau tiful arid secure harbour of Havana. The view afforded from the entrance of the bay is lovely and picturesque. On the one hand, the imposing and seemingly impreg nable fortress, Moro Castle, situated on the summit of a steep and rugged precipice, with its thick walls, and numerous pieces of heavy artillery closely ranged along its battlement, ready to belch forth destruction upon the rash invader, frowns dark and stern defiance. On tlia other hand, spread along the see shore, and over gently sloping hills, lies the beautiful and famed City of Havana, the buildings with their tiled roofs presenting a novel nnd not unplcasing spectacle. The steamer anchored nt a coal yard, on the opposite side of the bay, distant about half a mile from the city. In about three hours, com...

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BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, APRIL, 26TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. Moxdat, Atoil, 26th, 1852. Frederick Evcson pleaded guilty to ft charge of stealing and was sentenced 'to 13 months' hard labour on the roads. ? Thomas-Quinn, Peter Bayliss, Charle3 Kwom, Michael Pagh and- James Donnelly were severally-, admitted to bail on their own recognizances in £40 and two sureties of £20 each to appear at' tho next Quarter Sessions. Robert Holmes and Jnmes Warren wcro dis charged on their own -rccognizance9ia £40 each to appear when called on. . Darby Hanlan and Anno Harilan wero dis charged on'ball. James Cummins was remanded till next Ses sions. ? .?.:?.*....?.. ;.. ? Accident from Lightning. — On. Saturday afternoon last a valuable mare belonging to M 'Fannnil, of the Free Press office, wns killed by a Rash of lightning in Mr. Ford's paddock, Kelso, , The electric fluid appears to have struck heron the poll, and passed along the mano to tho wither, tlic whole of which was scorched. Thence it ran flown each side to tho breast bone...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

COUNTRY NEWS. THE SOUTHERN MINE& There is very littlo to report from the diggings, -every thing. is going on regular mid quiet. There are notmany at .tho Littlo River, bnt thosoth.it aro there aro doing well, and are likely to con tinue. Thoro is. no' doubt but that thcro is plenty of cold thoro, thoush not so ironoral as at the other diggings. - -The new diggings at the Sunspit Gully, ave similar to the Littlo River, some few arc doing very well' there. Boll's Creek is still very productive, and is likely to continue so, a great many aro working on tho flat near tho por-: tion that was reserved, and aro doing well, bnt the gold lies very deep, and takes largo parties of from eight to twelve persons to work it, the water being troublesome, a great many are work ing long-toms on tho creek, and nro doing very well. One party havo erected a sluice, which is ?turning out first rate, they having procured 23 oz tho first wcok, from tho Band that had been pre vionsly washed in tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

Edited, printed, and published by _W't§ Farkakd, (solo proprietor}, at tho 'xVM Free Tuzsa and Minino JounKAt- -W William -street, Biithurst, New South «? Saturday, May 1, 1S52. I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

The Quaiiter's Revenue. — Tho following is nn abstract of tho general and Crown Rovenucs for the Quarter ended tho 31st of March last, as compared with the corresponding quarter of 1.851. General Revenue- and Receipts, £83,112 19s; iod., increase, £11,302 Os. 7d. ;?? Crown Revenue, £3G,0G0 5s. 6d., increase, £17,976 17a. lid., or nearly one hundred per cent. This largo incrcaso in tho Territorial Revenue is accounted for by tho fact, that tho sum of £15,381 8s. 6d. has been received for licenses to dig and search for gold, and £1390 18s. 6d. for tho escort and con vcyanco of gol3, specie and bank notes, making altogether a 'sum nearly as largo as tho whole Territorial Itovenue of last year's corresponding quarter. Tho. total .increase in tho General and Crown Rorenuo is £29,279 7s. 6d. . Tho chief itoms of incronso aro as follow : . Duties .on spi rits imported,£ll,7.')4 0s. 3d. j duties on tobacco imported, £3,244 10s. lid. ; ad valorem duties on foreign goods imported, £3700 13s. ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

WEEKLY CALENDAR. . t \i\ fill I l&y. IS 6 . Sa| 5 . 19.11 . fi -2;S- S . S6| 5 . IS 12 . 6 ?53L i S . 37 5 . IMS . 6 i 4T. 16 * S3 1 5 . 1614 . 6 F7 5JW. !5 . 33; 5 . 1515 . 6 s'Tfc. S . *0 j 5 . UBS . 6 7F. 5 . 41 5 . 1317 . 6

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

BRITISH EKTMCTS.^; Crtjelty to Women.— Tho Marnincf Chronicle hns an article on the terrible frequency of those disgusting . cases in which wives nre cruelly beaten nncl other wise ill-used by their husbands. The baser dart of the populace think ; that when n legal power is given to them over -i-liv'in-r creature— when ft person, liken ? thing, is QufFcred to be spokers of as their own — as their wife, or their child, 6t tlieir. dog,-— ?they nro' allowed . to do ' AVhat Cthey please with it; and in.tho.cye of the'law— if such judgments .hs the preceding arc to be taken as its trueinterp'retation-— they are justified in- oupposing that the' worst; they can do will be 'accounted but ns- a case of slight assault; It is the duty of the legislature to j teach them the contrary. There ought to be severer penalties for killing' or illtreat ing a wife^ or child than for killing or ill treating, in a similar r manner, ; any other person. A greater severity is enjoined by allthe motives which...

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BURNETT DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

BURNETT DISTRICT.. (From a Correspondent oftheMorcton Bay '.??:. Courier) . ; Mahcii 31. — Tho aborigines havo again com menced hostilities in this district. A special : messenger arrived last night from tho Upper : Burnett, to report the death of Mr. Adolphns H.-Trevcthan, ono of tho most extensive flock owners in tho district. It appears that on Mon day last tho blacks appeared upon the station in numbers, killed two Cinnamon, arid drovo awny jl«00 sheep. Boforo Mr. Trovethun was aware of this, they marched on tho head station, 6omc 500 6trong, and with loud voice's and gcsticul.i tions, demanded that Mrs. Thompson, tho wifo of tho overseer, should be given up to thorn.- On this Mr. Trovothnn ran .out of his hut, unarmed, to hold a pavley. Ho was in tho net of picking up somo tobacco ho had given, which they threw wHh vengeance to the .ground; when ho was speared in several places. ' Tho unfortunate ninn succeeded in getting- back to his hut, where he oxpired in about two hours. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

k,,r tTmlorstanndte-a Cash Purchaser of GoW iKoSetals in any entity. I ml G. BROCKSTAYN, -f4 tt'otchmoker and JewelBSi -; fM Howick-streo*, m ? ' ' ? ''? b^0?8*? i in ^Specimens and Ootna wanted. ?-?; .-'; Mr ? GOLD! GOLD! .,;:': H BYEB, BROTHERS , ,'^ HrittgWctteMgheBtcwb priwfar fiood cka* M~ AUSTRALIAN GOLD. ''.-'^'^ illK undersigned is 9 CASH PURCHASER of fell flOLD to any amount. I™ WILLIAM CUMMING& ib« Crook. Juno 26th, 1851. ^^' GOLD. t -';?':??:. §m undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD Itf DU3T in any quantity; -. 1 THACKER & CO. 1 541, George-Btrect, gydney.^ pD POUNDS. Tho highest price will, in, fc^^Xcadypurchascd^yhlm.ln Minl the Kingsample, weighing cloven ounCCS, If toKonat hia stores at' tho corner of William mi Durham-streets. : .;? ilrnagors arriving in town, who may bo dealr If of obtaining information connortcd.with the ffiSsiuRs, can obtain it on applicatiqa to ? .: g EDWARD AUSTIN, - -.' M Cornet of William and EHKUam-strects, ?, .-- fflk Bathurafc...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1852. THE LATE ADDRESSES TO THE GOVERNOR GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

?THK BATHORST FREE PRESS. ''JUSKL EST VEKITAS ST FaSTJUEBIT.* SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1S52. THE LATE ADDRESSES TO THE GOYE&- NOR GEXEKAL. It has pleased His Excellency tfee GoT*anrar General of Aninralii to visfi the -rarkcs gdi fields comprised mdira ths terrfiwiy plsieei tssSer Iii3 vice-regal superintendence, es3 fa cosafJHnaily to a time-honoured custom ths wk&iissSs - of the districts visited Lt firrrr, tlt^y &3TC teea pleased to signify their loyalty end te-tMSoia to Her Majesty the Queen of Errgfari, to His Es cclleney, as Her Majesty's repesaiJUlli*iev end their respect and esteem for His Esedfflewgr's person, through the medium of poMSe adahessES. Against their right to tip say mo fmmsn tejagim possession of common raJraaaliliy can tEge a sim gle syllable in. objection, pniraleiS tfiassasiljlresies are what they purport (to Be — espeassnas of po pular sentiment — prarofed fint&er, ttettSg naaal forms ire getting op sucit edoliesses ana eosmifiiisii ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. EXPORT OF GOLD EX DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

jj SYDNEY HEWS. i tXPOBT OF GOLD EX DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND. p : Tho following is tho list (if consigners, and p. tho quauti'ties of gold transmitted to London by the Duchess of Northumberland, Captain ; r lYeoman, which ship sailed yesterday : — i '? Oz. dwt. gr. : : P. J. King ? 1,462 0 0 ; G. A. Lloyd ? C80 0 0. : J.F.Digby ? 595 7 0 ' MTBirnscingl ? 465 10 0 ; Thncker and Co ? 367 U 0 ;i Bonjamin anv Moses ? .: .301 14 0 Macnab, Hamilton, and Co. ... 298 15 0 : ! ? Ellsworth and Co. ............. 212 H 0 |. ? Smith, Campbell, and Co. ...... 168 2 .0: I: ; J.L.Phelps ? v48 Oi 0 '; ! ..:''„ :??;.?'., 4,594 18-6 :., ;':?'. ' Fouv'thotmnd firo hundred nnd ninety-four I i ounces, .sixteen pennyweight^-six-grains, .tho 1 i » value of which at £3 5s. per ounce, is £14,933 ,-;;? Ss,9jd.— S. M. Herald.

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. COLONIAL MISGOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

V: JllUTisIl EXTRACTS, SPLOmL MISGOVERNMENT. istiotf' Ihe Weekly I)!?j-atch, December 28J Ivlfl e Ci)llnot take up «ny Australian news jjS1' witliout being convinced more irre vocably of the thorough impossibility of ruling colonies tit the antipodes IVo-n Dow.nn-j;-8treet. The - attempt is the ne plus ultra of absurdity. We find the set tlers near the newly discovered gold re gions, one and all consoling themselves with the idea of the immense inllux of la bour- which must take place as soon as the news of tho rich mines shall havo reached the labour market of England. The sheep, it is allowed, must, in the meanwhilo, be come, in a great degreo, the prey of the wild dorjj the clip nnd export of wool will materially fall off, tallow will- ho scarce ; but, one brief season passed through, out will come the sturdy ; finders of gold ready to pay higher .prices for produce, and the: peasantry sure of rural employment at high wages. New Zealand takes the same com fort from the same 'expe...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 May 1852

SYDNEY NEWS; H 3IK0 A POROBD FlVE-PoDND; NpTiS — ? ?f D»'an, wine and spirit merchant, appeared to H r a summons issued against' him at tho'iri-' Kiof Mr. Edward Goddaril, of the South ?nltoad. for pas3insr a note wh'c'i; had been HP fron a £ ' note to a ?£5 'ote' in ' clianffe' ?pichcqiio on tho Bank. Mr. Goddard pas Bra o nolo to Mr. Ireland ,. on whoso evidonco UH| biits of the case principally rosted. Mr. In I now stated that when he received the BJm question, hi put it into - his pocket with ?^timininfj it. He had several other £5 -?Hand when taking the notes to tho Bank,' ?fflcrationin tho noto in question; was de-' 'HI?' ^'r* ^°^crtB submitted that . not evon BHroof was adducod of the note.bning a for Kfiw no clerk from tho Bank was in atlen Hlo prove it such. ..There was ? no identity j-BJgslieil as to the note then before tho court irHS'''2 ono Pn3Sc^ by ^r- Cowan to Mr. God ctfli T|'e ncnch dismissed the case, remarking |t-Hjg-e defendant quilted the court without tho g.fl...

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