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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

LOCAL INTELLIFENCE ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. - The names of Mr. William Fowler, of the Daniel O'Connel Inn, George Street, and Mr. James Budge, of the Ele- phant and Castle, were unintentionally omitted in our list of Licensed Victuallers published on Sa- turday last. BATHURST NATIONAL SCHOOL.- As it is only     meet that those who have subscribed to the Bathurst National School Fund should be made acquainted with the progress of affairs, and the prospects of success in establishing a school, as Secretary to the Board we give the following statement of particulars. The first step of the local board was an application for one of the un- occupied government buildings of the town as a school house. The application was referred by the Government to the Police Magistrate, who re- ported that neither of the two buildings applied for was available for the purpose. It was next suggested that a third building, not included in   the first application mig...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

LONDON. (From JFare's SJcctclies.) The, American traveller who visits Eu rope, looks forward to no spot with deeper interest, with expectation more highly raised than to London. If to any other with superior interest, on -'the part of some, it would only be to Rome. Those arc the two great capitals of the earth— Rome, London. Whether the traveller be a man of books or business, those' are the two centres about which his thoughts will chiedy revolve. The man of ancient lite rature and recollectians, as he draws near to Rome, forgets even his existence, and remembers only the past. The traveller of business or pleasure tiros of -Rome in about a week; but in London, and in a Rtill greoter degree in Paris,- all his luxuri ous tastes are so highly fed, that he finds himself in Elysium. It ia the land of money and trade, if it is the land of good dinners, turtle soup, champagne and old wines ; and his soul is satisfied and filled. But, setting aside extreme cases, every American greets wi...

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SELECT POETRY. A LEGEND OF LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

;. SELECr POETRY. ' ; ;*v -ALEGEiO) OF LIMERICK} ,';;.-? ' '.;;V [BY DAVID BLAIR V ,. '??'_?-? Tlianoble 'Shannon's winding stream its seaward course is'fflbwiug, i ' /' J.it'''--'*; ..And'-ioii.itsf'calm'oxpansiro ^breast the tints of eve ^'\aro- clawing; / ? ...;':i5;i'- ' ' By Tervoe's stately mansion, and by Gratloe's ? woods of green, ! .' -.,?;.-..??. To where old Limerick's turrets crown'lho peace ful, lovely scene, Slow glides a barque, impelled before tho fra grant summer gale, ????-. Which ^woos its trembling pennon, and expands. ' its sunriy sail ;','.'. . : ;?'..,:... '. '.. And tlio seamen's Swarthy faces, raven hair, and .'? flashing^. byes .;.' .;,..,. .,-..':.;, Proclaim . that they wore.' ibpr'n beneath ItaliaV sunnyskies. ........ '.'..,.u-.....:.i.,. ;! An aged man bonds o'er tho prow j his venerablo ... face,:,. . .:.;.';.,:;.^;;.;.v :.v^.-;-';;.::.:^cv''.::-^.:-:;''.-.;r' On which profound affliction has loft many a deep marked trace, ..-?'!'.'? . . ., :. ..- ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOLD DI3-. COVERl7'. A PUBLIC DINNER in commemoration oftho Gold Discovery will tako place at Mrs. Whitton's, Commercial Inn, on Saturday next. Tho -following gentlemen havo consented tp net as Stewards: — Messrs. Lord, M'llattie, S.miuol, Byrnes, and Farrand. Tickets 25s. each; mny be bad nt Mr.!. Whit ton's, Commercial Inn, or it this ollice. ..[ NOTICE. NOWrunning in »bo- p-iddr-rk «r Mi' f. mile S'om; o-i .iho n-w Him. ofm/td,'. a bjick HORSE. hraii.lt-dOonih'.orri|-.-.Hrid \lir/on I'm otf sboiiiilen The pwiii-r rm li.-iyi- li.m by «iviiig.(jescription-and;paying lesppuses.'by ap plying ib :: - ;v '?- ?'-??? :;..'v''-' .RICHARD BK.U'CIIAlii', r :' ; .??-?..?'??.?':??'; .New -l.irie of Road. : ; ; ;-£io rewakd. ~~ T O3T, Two HORSES oF. tho following des LJ crintiuu :— One roan XI ARE, 'branded \VL .;???.?: ?::yp'-:';--'--: -;.'. ?[':.?'; .-.;...;. . .-' . S3 near shbuldfr, collar 'marked '; and one bay HORSK, branded SJ near shoujder, and V u.ider lbs saddle,, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

^'unilersigncd is a Cash Purchaser of Gold PUBLIC NOTICE. fllL other metals in any q'inntUy. rrtflE undersigned, having resolved to resign mm G BROCKSTAYN, 1 business in pnrt at the commencement of Ifl Watchmaker and Jeweller, tho now year, htreby requests all parties in i|§' Ilowick-slrcot, debtcd to iiim to pay their accounts (is enrly ns H|§ Bathurst. possible. All debts outstanding in 3 months H,Snpeta»n» and Co.ns wanted. ^.^ / ||| GOLD ! GOLD ! Saddler' and Harness Maker. Hi SYEW IJUOTHBUS William-strcct, Eaiburst. . HRtmtetliehlglwaiauU price for good clear April 30tli, 1852. ? ^£['lth?185l. MR. RAINE'S ?k-^J Il^aTHoIH: ~~ BULLION OFFICE, R'n to any amount. A LARGE quantity of gold required at Mr. §||)LD to any u. CUMMINGS. A Hnlne's bullion office for which tho highest Hi , «mi lfWI price will be given. flf Creek, June 20tn, iaoi. ? ^ Advances made on consignments of. gold to i|S- ? ? ? _ iiT--fMrn«! England. Mi TO GOLD DIWiliKb. Deposits of gold, or cash, received, which ca...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

CALIFORNIA; (From the Empire.) By the Jessie we have files of San Frnn '.isco papers to tho 20th of IVbr.wry, biin'g' oi.o week Intev than our lust news. ' ? The steamer Pacific, which snilod for San Juan del Siid, on the 1-Uh Februavy, took 201 i)nssen:rcrs. and 190.090 dollars worth of freight, and on the 18th, the Pacific, mail steamer, sailed (or Panama, with 209 passengers, aud 1,500,000 dollars in specie. Skirmishes with tho Indians on the borders wcro as frequent ns ever, and attended in many cases nitlt scrioiis conscqusnco.0. Robberies and outrages were also on tho in crease in San Franciso and the other tew. is of tho State. The Alto. California of the 15th snys ' There has. 'not been a. night for the last three wc^ks that there 'has 'hot been a roblwry. co:n mitle;l. '' ? Tho Allit CuU/orniii of tho ISth, has tho fol lowing interesting paragraph ': Pm-5 PacifigTeleoravii.— Thobill introilticul by Senator Gwyn, granting the right. of way for ,md to nid in the construction ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. NELSON ROBBERY.—MORE APPREHENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

GOLONRLNEWS. 1 victoria:. '?;?;? , BELSOS ROBBERY.— MORE ArPRKIIEN W SIONS. , ' '??... ??' m Portland Guardian stages that B«n with more money than any- for-' If gold diggers, even, are likely to be Bsedof. were apprehended iu Poit Bon WedtipsrlAv. flip ? 14'h instant. ij suspicion of being implicated in Melbourne ship robbery. Their ac K°f the way in which they acquired Hp money, does not appear to be at. wisfactory. One has given his name Bphen Fox, on whose -person was! Kthe sum of £785; 'and the other j ipm Smith, who had, in gold and Bj £535. They represented them-. Bas master and man ; ,but,.unfortu K' when an examination was made, ||n turned out to be richer than his m- Their apprehension took, place i|iblic house, where they were anx-. M awaiting a vessel for Adelaide., IB part of their apparel indicated P'ng unnatural ; their clothes new gnsuited to their station; handkerv' Kjvithont a hem ; and on the line of |lPey came, they appeal to have left Mission that they had forme...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE -PEICE CUBRES1B Whoat— Is in demand,'ahd prices vary frod^^B, Gd. to Gs. 9d. per bushol. -.?'-?? ??'-?- i^B Plpur— ITirm, fino at,£l8, and seconds at £16[^B ton. ? :-.;?;? -; . ? \B; Maize— In ilomarid, at.frorh 3s. 4d. to 3s. CJ-lW, bushel, for good samples. '?? '??'-'?'-'? ,? English Barley— Very, dull' in' salo, except tVE primo malting samples. ..-. ? : . . . .?' Capo Barley— Dull in salq at from 2s, 3d. tt^Wr Gd. per bushel. '- ?' : - ' : : ' ' H Hay— Saleable atfrom £6 5s.'to £7portqn. B Batter— Is worth from lOd. to Is. per lb. M Cheese— Is saleable at from Gd. to 7d. per lb. W Bacon and Hams— None.; IB1 Pigs— Small 6izcs, in good condition, aro sHWk able. ? . Bi Calves— Nominal. . WL Sheep — In very good: condition aro saleable, *Wl present supply. good. ',.'. H Bullocks— AVill sell if vory prime. JM Tallow— Is declining in prico, tho very best 5»°]M( pies, and in first rato shipping condition, ''B, only realize— beof, £25 to £25 10s. j mutl«« £2G to £20 ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Gold.— Dr. Ward writes from Fingal :'— 'Many excavations have been made and carried down nine or ten feet, but the parties finding they had got below, tho track of superficial deposit have not the patience to dig down to the deeper and -richer deposits which in all pvolnihilitv Itiv beneath tlics slate. It is absolutely necessary to do tins in or der to test the richness of tho treasure- which na ture luid in store .myriads of ages since for the use of that future being for vlr.nn. was designed the soveieigii'ty of a moro 'perfect world.' Mr. iMac'Nunirhtiin, the merchant, has received from a party nt Fingril, a small quantity of sold in nug gets worth about the sum of £t— the result of the work of 8 hours. Tub OoN'ST.w!i-i23.-T-Ths reason a-ss^ncd for tho Executive over-riding tlio Legislative autho rity and rofiisii]'; to increase tho pay of the con stiiblury to 2r- Gd per diem, is said to Uc tho wish of tho Lieutenant-Governor to have solely convicts in the pnl...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER. Forest Creek, April 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 May 1852

Mount Alexander. Forest Creek. April 17th. Hundreds still continue to arrive, and gold is becoming more plentiful. Several lucky finds   havo occurred during the week, though not to   such an extent as formerly. When water beeomes abundant, I doubt not of your hearing that gold is found in greater quantities than ever. The good people of Melbourne seem determined that   we shall not starve. New stores are springing up in every direction, and hundreds of tons of consumeable articles arriving. Boards, paling and tarpaulins are in great demand, the former bringing enormous prices. A meeting is to be held this afternoon. I believe it concerns the Ade- laide interests principally. There is a rumour   that a paper will be published on the Diggings shortly, but I fear it will have a short life, espe- cially if gold is abundant. Hitherto we have laughed at the idea of your police being highway robbers, but I am sorry to say the laugh has t...

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THE AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE MARKETS. FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

THE AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE MARKETS. FOBEIGN AND COLONIATj. Liveepool, J,\.nua-ry 3.— This being a broken week, and parties taking stock, there has been little doing by private con tract, but importers are looking for some improvement soon. The total-imports last year was 76,747 bales. January 1().— -Being- without etock of useful wool generally, there is little doing by private contract. If there was a better choice we -should have more doing. The imports for the; week have been 5(12 bags. Leeds, January 2; — We have no change whatever to report in the Foreign and Colonial Wool trade during the past week. , Jan. ,9.— Business lo a moderate extent has been transacted in Foreign and Colo nial, Wools during the past week ; but prices have undergone no perceptil.le alter-' ation. - .;,/. * ?.-: ; : ? Londok.— The . imports of Wool -into London in :the week ending January 5, were small, .comprising 41 12 from Van Diemen'8 Land, 512%from Taganrog, and 5 from Germany. ..The.market was quiet, b...

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BATHURST PRICES CURRENT. May 8th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

BATHURST PRICES CURIUSNT. ; : May 8Tn,- 1852; ' ??-.-..,- ? ??,?--.'.. '???-. £ 8. d.---'v ? . Flour, first... ? v. ....,.:.?.,.. :-.l. 4 ^0 „,,,, . ' Jloiir, seconds ; i'.'s ......-.../v'.. -i'-'-a 0 -.r' ., ?Wheat, according to quality) '1 .« 0 . .' 6s.'6d. to'..... ? -.'. .. J ; .-.?,-,: , ': - 'Bran..;....'. ? ....'... 6 5 .Oi ?' . Gold, in small quantities V.'.'.' 3' 2 Oi. . Gold,- in large quantities .... 326;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

Edited, printed, nnd published by Wiu'^jl Fariund, (solo proprietor), nt the BaU'0?- I FllEB PjlES8 AND SIlNINQ JOURNAL UIU«| Willinm -street, Outburst, Ngw South v^t SttturiJny, Mny 8, 1852. ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

ii undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of Gold ini other metils in any qjantity. I G. BROCKSTAYN, I Watchmaker and Jeweller, m Howick-street, I Balhurst. I ,Sppcimona and Coins wanted. ? I' '~GOLD! GOLD! 1 SYER, BROTHERS § Ugivctliehighestcash price for good clear » 'samples. inst^USSl^ ? ? 1 AUSTRALIAN GOLD. I undersigned is u CASH PURCHASER of WOW to any amount. I WILLIAM CUMMINGS. |r Creek. Juno 26th, 1851. H x« GOLD DIGGERS. IrOiANO is a CASH. PURCHASER of I GOLD, at -.lie highest market prico, at Hot C^ircoar and tlio Turon Stores. | GOLD. 1 Undersigned aro CASH purchasers of U OLD, in any qualities. I L.- S. SAMUEL. Mh'a New Buildings, 1 ikk-Slreet. /. ? I GOLD. M TO SELLERS OF SOtD. f§TKACiIAN is prepared to purchase Gold lln any quantities at the highest market $a v. fliirst, Aug. 12tli 1851. sb ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? m ? H CA11C0AR' GOLD. m highest prico will be given for Bclubuln gold at this Bathurst and Carcoar Stores of Y*®* R TOLANO. ? 24th, 1853. ioL, SHEEP-SKINS, TALLOW AND I HI...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

\^ WKKKLY OALEXnAH. !. I. * 1 1 1. __ ? w , M ? . -a II. SI. .II. : ? M. TT.-. 'M. ttfay. 8S 6 . 42 5 . 12 18 . C 9,~. 6 . 42 5 . 11|19 . 6 [ 10M. 6 . 43 5 . 1120 . 6 ll|T. G V 43 5 . 10,21 , 6 12'W. 6 . 44 5 . 922 . fi IS.Th. 6 . 45 5' .. 8 23 . 6 14 F. 0 . 45 5 . .724 . G

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TOTAL LOSS OF HER MAJESTY S STEAMER BIRKENHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

TOTAL LOSS OF II KR MAJESTY'S STEAJlElt ?BIRKENHEAD. The Birkenhead left Simon's Bay nt six o'clock . on Wednesday evening, February 25thj with the troops enumerated,' and. at. two in the morning struck on a rock just o(F Gape Hanglip. When the. vessel struck there were three fathoms water forward, eleven fathoms aft, and.Beven on,each side the-. paddl'eiboxes. She was going at 7^ knots. ; The. bow of the vessel \Vas.s(6ve in by the shocks and the water rushed in so fu riously that the fires were almost instantly' extinguished; the chief engineer and seve ral stokers were drowned iu the. engine- room before the engines could be reversed, as ordered by Captain Salmond. In a few minutes the back of the vessel broke, and she sunk, and was broken to pieces in five or ten minutes. There was no time to lower either the pinnace or paddle-box bonts, but the gig and two cutters were got into the water. The captain immediately ordered the women and children to be put into them. This was done....

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

CALIFORNIA. (From tlie Empire.) ybLCANo.-iThis placo is now ono of tlio lar gest .and, most important in Calarer'ds County. It is surrounded .by probably^ tho richest mining region in California;: and -we hear daily of largo ' strikes being made in that vicinity. ? When tho road is '.constructed' to Carson Valley, arid the full; tide .of crriig'ration^tho coming year, is diverted to that place, there-can bo no doubt that Volcano will bo to tho Sniitlim-n ATinoa tvlin* TLihgtowii ami Coloma havo been to tho North 'crri.— By rcfercnoe to our advertising columns, it wHI bo seen that their business men aro an.en torprising' class, and with their mining commu nity;, 'composed almost entirely of Americans, Volcano will even now compare favourably with any' other mining town iu this portion . of tho mines. ' ' , ' ' ♦ .' ;? New DK3OiNds.-iWo understand that new 'T'fjg.iiigsliavg.bocii; discoveredfbotwecn the Stan isIan'3'n1idiTiiplumiie rivers, ;-on-the road loading, tqp.oh Pedro's .bar, ....

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

COUNTRY' NKWSTI Wn.rar, Mckdeh.— On WedmilstHRdl Gold Commissioner's police nt Hell's fe«KL n man into town on suspicion of bcin-iH9L i who committed a murder on tha Tici^Ef .early part of March Inst. Our reader; i'HEerl lect tliatabont thnt timo the boilyoIiflH .h bio man was found in a water-hole Utt^Bndi Hole Creek and Sqfaln, with scvctsl^He , wounds in his head, nnd that circiinuMPr duccd the belief' that tho deceased kilBHo11 harously murdered, and afterwanls ihKIo tho wntar-hplo. A ,-pprson named Bt^Hffl.: suspected, anil tho police at Bpll'a Ciitl^Hici received infoitmation captured ivnwii,t^Hat liis nanio Tliomns Francis Green, onssc^H , being tho guilty parly. Ho is nlsotHB 'tlio name orjohh Brown. ITo wns a e^K \ vant en ono of tho claims on .tlio CrMlHBp] burn Herald. ^Ht . -lViNForitAFFAm.— Wo hnvo flMivJH, mation of a very- painful affair, wliitliiHr' occurred in our town, but beyond aliii^H1, mont of its nature, wo do nottliinkiii^Hlij to refer to it at the- jireson't...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

SHIPPING INTELIIGENM (FromtheS.M. Herald) I ARRIVATA. H! A pril 30.— Jessie, barque, 1 80 tons, Capt, U^H from1 Sail Prnncisco 21st February, nndI!sH| ? 22nd March, iii bnllhst.; P^asscngers— Dr.^Bni Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Calcratli, Mr. ''j^He Johnson and son, Mrs. G, . Owen, Mrij^Bjj Messrs. Trevelvn. R. Bonnctt. J. Sedi^B Cook,W.H. Smith, G. Marsden, M.Jok|M W. JNcbbal, J. Loveday,. \V. Haaletl.ffiM : nnd S6 in tho steerage. . Wt '.May 1; — Foster, ship, 595 tons, .'Caplffl^H dcrick, from tho. Downs 18th December, ? aanficvs— Mr. Si Chauntler, Mr.J. JfaUtjM ,0. Prislcy, llr. B. Eobsori, Messrs, M'E«sM 'and 0. Hancock. . ? \H ?' May l.—Queonstown, brig, 335 tons, Om Peters, from London istDeeember, nndG;^| Good Hope 28 th -February. -P!issongcrs-^| Peters and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. SanljB and Mrs. Jones and two children, Mr.aalM Perry.Mr. Emp'\\ '. '''? ?'..' . . -? May 3— Warntnh, steamer, 257 tons, C«| Freyer, from ; Melbourne 29th ultimo. !'« gars — Mr. Mrs. and Miss Swanton, Mrs...

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CONTINENTAL EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 May 1852

CONTINENTAL EUROPE. H The European, intelligence received via the Cape by the Queenstown, is of : a very exciting nature; : --K ?';'??' I . In France, the newly ?electedPresident had entered upon his desperate ' career,' with a vigour and rapidity of .action which ?show that his past years of imprisonment and exile were not endured in vain, or without schooling him in that terrible pro ficiency in military '.despotism. The, Con sultative Commission presented on the evening of the 31st of December the grand result of thevotes, which was as' follows: — Voters, 8,1 16,773.; Yes, 7,439,210 ; No, 040,737. On the presentation of the na tional votes by M. Baroche, the President made the.following speech :—' France has comprehended that I departed from legality to return to the right. 'Upwards .of seven mijlion voles have absolved me. My ob ject \vas to save France, and perhaps Europe, from years of trouble and: anarchy. I understand, with all the granduer of my mission, 'I do not deceive m...

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