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CAMPBELL'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

I CAMPBELL'S RIVER. K Gold in the Neighborhood of SuMMEamLi*. ?^Captain Read, of the Summerlnll Copper Mine, Bw within the last few days been exploring the Bteeks in the vhsinity of the above mine, and has B«en successful in establishing' the fact of its exist ?pe both in the Giimandyke and Peel 'Creeks. He ©ashed a dozen spadeftfte of earth and, produced a ?pill particle of gold from each. But upon pro Rteding some distance up the'ereeks until he arri« Hw amongst the trap rocks, it was not to bo found. Wfc has no doubt, however, tjiac gold would be dis: ? c^ Ht tlie ooltoin of thei'lay-tjeds, : ? Smelting WoaKS.— The smelting' works of thr Wnitncrhill mine cunim'enced operations on Tuos Wf last with every prospect of success. 11 h satis wctory (0 jertrn t|,,lt &f[et obtaining a trilling ad KDce of wages to kwp pace with (he increased pric- ? provisions, thu men empJoyed at the mine uiv ?orking couiehiedly. . - . l^BBD-nam — We are happy to' state that tli ?Ftuituiiata of .o...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

^ttgfnal (iDorres^onlJericc. To the.. Editor: of- the ?;. Bathursii Free .Press ?? .-., . ,- and. , Mining - Journal.'? v,' ^Sin,--T,he«' pretty, little chapW' of ,.Mr. Leggett's oh EJ|icati,on, .which appeared some' tiineago) through. not very fascinating was sufficiently inviting, ,to. draw my atten tion ;; and, but for, an excursion 'beyond ; the boundaries,'' '? arid a press: . of.,. business sincejray.rdturri, .1.' should -Haye noticed it ; sooner.: I trust lie will not accuse me ,pf neglect or discourtesy ; ..for though I Jiaye'c not'the plea'sure of a personal acquaintance with him, j have yet a very high respect for his taste; his talents , and . his temper : and though on a , previpus; occasion: I had thje conscientious audacity to pupa niel him, I atufe greatly pleased once more to make {iis. newspaper acquaiij.taric.e. It. .is not . every one who after having.been Vknocked-dovv'a'1 will rise in such .good humour as your ' Bowenfels' .Correspondent. , .'„' , ._ ? I dare sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

?\T0 MAN ought to go to the mines without Pick, shovel, ,and -crowbar l Prospecting pan ' Sheath-knife, and, bolt. , *.-;; 'r -A pair of galvanized-iron buckets, axes, and every ' ' '.'oilier camp requisite, which can be had, (home-. ? made, and of warranted quality, of .;.'.'' '?'' ?-? '--',7- '?'?, . .' , ..... A. .GRAVELY, '''Manufacturer and Ironmonger, 320,/Pitt-street, Sydney- - - N.-B.— Orders through post accompanied with a ?^Remittance faithfully executed. ? ,V.\7 07 .? i . . ? ''Stolen.' '' I Nc January last a bay: Mare, black points) seven 'years okl, branded MG.off shoulder. She bad a horse foal by her side unbranded at the lime £l ' -Reward will be/paid on delivery without conviction -and £3 wi'h the conviction of the thief or thieves ? upon application to ? ,DAVID LEIGHTONv ' - ? ' ?':' ' ' ' Running Stream - ; - Mudg«o Road. May ? 26th 185T. ? . ,r-.. uThe ©ig-gfca Supplies. ♦GROCERIES, WINES and - SPIRITS.' 'Can be obtained to, any extent upon whole . ' sale terms, a...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1851. MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

-THE 'BATHURSf UU PIE^S AND MINING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1851. 'MAONA EST VBRITAS El PR^VALBBIT.' 'mining intelligence. There is a tendency in all things sublunary possessing life, activity or volition to flow on in an even channel, and it could no mor? be expected that the golden excite ment, if allowed to coin a phrase, should ; either become perpetual or continue for any -protracted period, than that the vital * fluid should course through the diseased frame, at boiling heat, beyond a very; U i raited span, or that the eruptions., of-' the . burning mountain should pour forth their streams of living fire unceasingly. In each or any of these cases, exhaustion does and -must and will ensue. Two or three years existence under the intensity of such a wild -and maddening excitement as that with ?which our community has latterly been pos sessed, would prematurely force the prime of manhood into decayed old age. What with -the passions of hope and fear, of anticipa tion and disappo...

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The Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

tte BtggCngs. f From our Ophir Oprrespendent.) The report forwardedTby me last week, in which I informed you that all the good ground was taken up and that we should soon be too thick to do much good, is now becoming verified. There are hundreds on the creek already, who are not able to earn their rations, and people ate leaving almost hourly. I should say that there are at the present time not less than 1500 to 1600 people at work. So far as ray own obser vation serves me. and being constantly on the spot, and in the habit, of making strict enquiries,' my opportunities are good, nine out of every ten appear to be'complaining. The government tax of thirty shillings a month i3 an absurdity and from the present temper of the inhabitants, of Ophir I feel convinced will never be complied with; After my absence of three days only,— last Saturday and the two following days, so great wa» the change in the appearance of the place that I scarcely knew it upon my 'return. Our luck ha* latterl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

TO ADVERTISERS, i I The 'cost !of Advertisements ; miisb be paid previous to. tlieir in sertion. Advertisements will be received^ until Tour o'clock in the evenings of Tuesday and' Friday, but -cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Monday and Thursday. A liberal ? aUqwance will ; 1^'made, ; to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communieations iwill be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the correspondent. \ ;. 'batuurst ''?;.?' WILLIAM-STREET/ v POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile; Eorms, as also every description of Executed with neatness, accuracy, and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. Just Published, A ND'may be had atthis office, FORD'S SYD ii. NEY.DIRECTpRYfor the yoar 1851. April 14th, 1851. ' ? So be Sol* at ftlxis OiSco, . ; .-?-??? ??-,; FORMS OF : (RENDERS for ©Lease of a New ftuh'of Cro*»n _!_ : ? ?, ?-, .'? ? Lands. : '.-.? '.????--!???.' '?? APPLIC3LTJONS for /ai Lease o...

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IMPOUNDED [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

' IMPOUNDED At Bathurst, on the 19th, day of May, 1851 V—r! One red and white steer, illegible brand off rumpr piece out both ears. ;: ' ; v; ';? v;-;- ;??.????-? ??;.-;? :-;:;^ ? -^ SA ? :-. !???. ,, .:?.?/.,::,? ^ -::?;; One red poley steer, R off shoulder, near ear sliUsj; ; One brindle bullock, TD off, rump, Y, off shoulder. ? One black and wlilte gBailhorned bullock, 11 bif, rump, piece out off eari i'' ° :'_': ';n;': '' ' „?.. One red:poleysteer,MD off shoulder; 5 off hip. *''?'*' One rqd and white steer, illegible brand off rump,; and shoulder. . '-} .*' :, ';: ; . . . r^ ?? :; ?n' One red1 and white ateer, illegiblq brand off rurapi ; piece out off. ear^ v ??-?-.? -u .- --? ,.;....- ' ?,;'.'-. -..??:? :r,;.-, ? ? r, ;?-...; - GL , ;,, v ':::;;:;. f- ' One black'and .white poley -cot?, JL near thigh, and - shoulder, calf no brand, . -.?..-?? ;;-.- One brown and white poley tow aud calf, no visible brands :.^. ' '.' ' ' :' ? ' '',. ' One red and white heifer, illegible brand o...

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Government Gasette. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

Cfiobcriuncnt 0a5£tte. . LAND-SALES^ At eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 25th ;d^bf jJuDe^iiext,, the following Fown, Sa ^w^iafiin^^mairy L-ta of L^nd will be , offered for, salev;b7; public auction^ ; at; the several places .hereunder mentioned.: and' at the tip.set price affixed to'each lot respect iyehv;; -;'.,'.-'.: :'.[..'.::. , '-,. . ,.-: : ;: ,.;:'^. '.?:?. .-?. '. -.; .._;/.. .'_.; (Ai [the Police Office, Bathurst.v) ? . ;; i.'i ;.;- ;';; COUNTRY; LOTS. ' -'?'? '??-: '?l./;We8thibre]an;d'r;'Vop';';;a'ci-es,'-' parish' of Kendall- at Snakes'- Yalley;' commen'clng' at a point bearing ?east 2 degrees south! ??and-distjjnt^lS1;-^ sbuthextreihit'y ' of ?; the west boundary line of R6!)ert ^Rain's' 2000 acres on the' Fish Ri/er; and bounded on the north by a line beariag west 25 chains ; on the west by a1 line bearing south 40 chains ; on the south: ?'by' a 'line bearing east' 25 chains ; and 'on the ^t^yal^ie. beariag north 40 chains1 'to the [idintiif 'cbfnmericemeht. Upset pri...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 31 May 1851

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE The KING LUMP.-— The piece of gold purchased by Mr. Austin which was originally dignified by us under the designation of the ' King Lump,' has to bow to the superior splendour and magni- tude of the piece found by Henderson, and men- tioned in our last. Mr. Arlhur has obtained a correct sketch of the latter piece from a resilient artist, which he purposes forwarding to the office of the "Illustrated News," London. As being the   first piece of considerable size found in New South Wales. The appearance of the engraving will undoubtedly be regarded with considerable curiosity.                     Agricultural Farms. — An 100 farm; the property of the late Mr. John West, situated near   O'Connell Plains, was sold by Mr. Ashe, on Wed-   nesday last, at Mr. Arthur's inn, for the sum of   £2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

For Sale^by; Private Contract ft ?' ,? .. THB -'ESTATE OP. ; : ' 'i- :'';RiE.Kca^s^ii, ' -: SITtrATB'about' twenty1 miles 'this 'side of Bath- 1 urst, on the Main Western-1 llbadj by which it is bounded for about two. miles, and, consisting:, of ,2427 acres. . ' ? . .;:;::?;?','?.? ;?.::.. ] .The .property will .either ..be .disposed of in the^ lump, or in su'ch''p6rti6us'as may suit purcha,sers.— several; :SmaU. farms liaving already, .been marked off along the road. , , Ajpart of thie wtatd if fenced, .a^nd. plentifully supplied- with water at, all seasons', -j '-, Z Tij.e,|buil(lii\gs consist of ' a handsome verandah' cottage' 6f:tcri'? rooms, with suitablcouthouses, and ''splendid garden in good, order and full bearing-— tlie-'Eriglislf' ftiiiiisi from, the^ salubrity of. thecli mate, growing .jin,, great] perfection. -.--There is also at some, ^distance a; , comfortable and substantial sloue-built farm houses with garden and 9ther con veniences attached.. Vi: : ;;l /.,;?./; ..:...

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Colonial News. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

i vfelonSr iEefos, ; 8YDNET. '??]; Australian Gold.— The rparcel of gold ' bought by Messrs.. Campbell, Ferris,; Hiad- soni and' Brown, as noticed in. our issue of yesterday, and which includes the 'Goliah'* of Australian diggings, is intended for ship ment by Messrs. Smith Canapbell and Co., 'per Thomas Arbuthnot, to Messrs. D. Duhbar and Sons, of London, to be exhi bited by them, if possible, at the Great Ex hibition of all Nations, wheresit raust; natu rally attract extraordinary attention.-— Herald. ' ???:??? -- ' .???'-?-?-? -r.^r:. ?.? -^ ? Gold.— -The reports that gold has-been discovered at the Manning River are con firmed, a passenger by the Thistle last night having brought with him a piece weighing : nearly, an ounce^obtairiedinythatlqcalitVi-^--.' Ibid.' . .-;;?-? -??? -; -;'/'?;: :-'X ?'-?-,..; PORT PHILIiIl1. ' Changes. — We.hear that Mr. Glark in taking, po?seesiou;i of his recent .vast purchase of 20;000 acres, has can sedr raany an^ unwelcome change. In^ the. course...

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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

;CENEElAL^:rE^E^IG^NCE'..';! F«bg '-bur latest ? advices, ;; w'e--learu:-.that:«a slMncr feeling of hostility prevail against the monthly- tax of thirty- shillings, amongst the ininers.' Numbers have a-ready! left. the. dieeines upon' learning the .natut'eof #e publislied-regulations and-it is expectea' tnax Government will have some .difficulty in enforcing the law. Besides those who have left others who ; fear that a - collision^ may take place are * preparing t6 leave. 'Many have openly 'declared their intention -net 4u pay thirty shillings who would have sub^ mitted tb-a- more reasonable charge;-. -By some U is regarded as tm ? atteinpt^on.the partof-GoVernmerit 'to-'-protect'^slo^ ?hblderr;by 'forcing many who will bfe. unable to pay for a license, to betake themselves to their ordinary'- occupations. 'The' general feeline appears to be in; favour of thirty ?Shillirigs- a' cradle, which being 'worked mostly by four orlve men twould amount tb^somethinglike :5s; toc7s.'6d. a head...

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THE GOLD MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

, ; ^THE GPLD^MANJA. ,.., Tte eavth^is; nbwj; moist, with- the blest' dews : of a heay^nv r ''?'?'. 'J-'1'.'': ? ?-.-!',.'?'.'? r,'r^'-^' '.'.':'?? ? '?' Seed shoujilitoherhountiful ^^ bpsom.be giv^n.;. But.pipughshares .are rusty, jand* .bullocks graze.) ' on. '. . . ; ' ''? . ' ''' '?*'' ' ? ' Their drivers have-all to the. Golden 'Field gone.. If no waving cornfields enliven oiir, way,.'. -., [',[. .*.-''. {Andshepherdless Rocks, o'er the country stray, Gaunt famine will stalk, o'er- this once favor'd ? (land, ' ?''-.'?? ' ??;? .-'. ,'.:-.:t :?:-?-;?:??' And victims will perish, with Gold in their hand/ -God grant, that the crimes Galifornia does blot, . Will newer arise, in this Gold sprinkled' spot. What act; of insensible nrnn can be worse, ? Than turning the bount^of God to.a curse,^' Of gold dust we need a small portion; Jtisftrue, ? i Who makes it an idol, his folly willrue. . ? -:;' .Oh^gpldJ ever since the primeval flpod, . Has' thy glitt'iing substance been .: tarnish'd....

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

' MINING' I^TEI/fc/lGENCE. ' ; ^everai'viiaab'l^aamples of ' the^precipua inetal were purchased yBaterday.;;t^e-p^nv cipal buyers : being Messrs. Austin, Duns. fdrdi* Forb'ea, Solomon & Co. and Burnside; ^r/Machuttieis'alsp purchaaing; extensively. The following purchases -Ji aye been erreciea by Mr., Austin :^-tM urray''i} party, consist ing of : five menj four of them teetotallers, vs-ho hadr .been, at work ten days; received £165 for the proceeds of their labour, lhe metal consisted of 4 pieced weighing from fr'-Viei ^bwiiwardst; Fitzpatrick'a. ? party, -£l:84; lOiiv: had; been- a\fprtnight;at work, itheir Earnings ayeraging^O ;'a man. /^^ !paVcei'Consi8ted of ! luinpsrweighing 11. v9,. 1 ozs.xand downwards, there being very little aust^raongst it. M'breggpa a pauy; of five, were five day'a' at work and did not cleur their expenses, but made up for their; lost time: in the following five days, theirj bombined earnings amounting to £65-, or; £?13 per '? man. Taking the ten...

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Prees, and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

*?' l-o t7ier Editor. of the ?? Bathurst Free Press;. .; ~f .:?. and Minimi Journal.'? : ;f ???. ..-' '.: ??'? Sir;— I have a.particular interest in the fdllbwibg qaeryi and you. will oblige by answering it. ? How do 'people- who never buy any fire?wob(Jj manage to keep- fires in their houses ? ; .,..; ,-.,. .-. . . ? Yours &c. '?J.'.'. '.'?':'! A SUFEERER. 'i [.Wejiaye referred, a sufferers very simple ques« tion'to bur ' boy'1' who after pensively scratching hisjiead and looking- wise, says he only khow.s of fQurfmethods of obtaining firewood or any other description' of property— buying, begging, bor rowing and stealing, aod ho gives it as his most decided opinion that those who neither buy, beg nor borrow, must steal it. A Sufferer does not stand alone. Some of our neighbours contrive to keep roaring. fires at pur. expense. We hope for their -own good that they will take this. gentle hint.] (Ed.:);-;':^-';v?:?:--'- 'i--'^':'.-/;:.-: :?;- ?

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The Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

-;^:Sfte 'fMiggings^;7^ tfiFrfim «b' QphikiGqwespertdent,), . S|NCE my last,' nbthlog^jhas'lbiccurred; of more' ^ than usual ^itnabriancel; i.SMfar as the- digging ' prospects ^ire' concer, tied ..' I cm merely: repeat, whit 1' have: ali.eady' stated that some are doing very well, «ther» e.irn« ing; good: .wages and /great .number-s;sca.rcsly I pkariHg^heir rations; The, gojddiijger^ I fortune, cannot he more; suitably expressed- I than by termiegjit a lottery; -Heres'acaae I i n .point.' i , The party ; next to - us,' have dug better ?than|3lbsi'tb?dayi-, ^arid : bur ' com pan y. have .realised something: less than hajf art . punce.;.ii; 'Tb^. 'give; .anything, like averag© earnings ' is entirely out of the jquestion, f or none ofthte; miners like to make known, the; proceeds of . their iabOjUr;! . ,Jhe, ftapsfc c.on^-, hvunidatiye are\itfe'|ye^ uafortunate,,:tr^B 'jlatter\|lbec;^ase they, hav©, nothing ;xo''be jrobbedjjbfir'aai the {former becaus* i they -1;dke'g::eat;;pleasure: i...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

Local Intelligence   Further Discoveries.-Mr. Syer in- forms us that he has just, received a letter from his Superintendent informing him that gold has been discovered in Mjtchell's Creek, about twelve miles beyond Weiling ton and that a party are now at work there and doing well.                   i ,'a An!!Eqij'Al Division pF-liABoa r, ,'b tif an UNB0.UAii Division ; of; PabPirs.rrrThe be-' nefits of corpirthery are neatly illustrated' in the follovfing details.; .i.:Eo_ur_y.QUDg.^men(^ two of whom were-- at the Btage of : life^ known as hobbledehoyhood, started 'ior the mines several days ago, and after' a few days', work, contrived to scrape eonae £40 to £50 worth of Jth e preciojis i metal, itpgethetv.. The two youths ailudiedtp did' nearly all the work, whilst one of their se- , , niors, a stuttering,! unprincipled V fellow', managed the cooking and...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press, and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

Origiuat Spncsponticuce. -p.^ : ? To the Editor tf;ife;i',Bat?iit.rst'-iFceeIfyess^t! ) and .Miniity Journals' ;' ^: ;\ Sjr,— -Great sympathy is 'oxpitessed-'in-'Syxlney for the direful prospects of the sheep. .and] stock- holders' in '(the' Bathurst and adjacent'? districts)' and that tho-wealth and resj)ectabiiity of this ever thrivihg'lociaity, will exchange to hands less '?? wor thy ; that their flocks— tho investment of capital will be scattered in the general scraaible, wifich also pervades all classea;here. ?:' We have:now- 'scarcely a storekeeper .yho possesses suiHcient fame to load a dray at his door without the assistance of the purchaser or carrier, ^n fact yesterday nearly s'we,pt our city pf the labouring population. ?? But How many of your sheep owners wilf sit down in despair'at the prospects of scattered' flocks, : —the' toil ' of years or the income they may .jhave enjoyed for- many aeason-s. !How manj; mea arc; there of this, kind ihthe %yovltl without eriergry'oi...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

.(Sngltsi) 'Netojj. 'if, (From the Sydney M. Herald. ? t V^e have, been favoired by^ 'Captain' Gil rrjore witli a coiaple of E'lglisH newspapers obtained frond; the ship t; Persia, at Port '?Phillip Heads. From th% .Times of January 27th: ^e Kave extracted^ t^e' City Article, jfroin... which' it WiiV'-'be' se^n1' ;ibat the FuikJsI renoairie'H steady at 96. 'The chief sul-jsct' ;of discussiori-'waa ? th'e;arrangeinent8 to be [roadefor'tHe'ycconiniodatibn of the 'viators 'at the T Great' Exhibition,' as the ' building- was approaching. :.to ^ completion, v and' every: part: of it appeared -to ' answer the.expec.ta-.: 'tlipni; of tbeiprpjector. , The m;npqrs. of an : approach ing; ehange in sonae of, the Minis- . terial offices ;were repeated. . , The retire-. :: merit , of Ear] ..Grey,-. Sir,G..,Grey;,Jan5 Sir 'Charles.'Wood, were spoken, of. confidently. ; Admiral Dundas .was'to be appointed Cotn ;raander-ia-Chier!in the Mediterranean, arid to be succeeded at the Admiralty Board by A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

TO ADVERTISEKS. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their iiir sertion. Advertisements will he received until four o'clock iii the evenings of -Tuesday; ,ani Friday ^ but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Monday and ? Thursday. : . A ( liberal allowance' will be' i'jiiade . to ?parties ; desirous of advertising for three or, six months. ';?''; - '' : So cbmmiinjeatipns will be pub lished- in mis Journal, unless ac companied by ' the name of the correspond dent. .. : , :'. ''!;_,. ?:',':.,':bathurst. ? ''?. -; ? '.'? ? a/i '-:.-! -WILLIAM-STREET. .- ;.'. -;; POSTERS, Hand Bills* Circulars,* Cards, Bill ,: Heads,', Labels, Law and : Mercantile Forms,, as also every; description of :, ,: , Executed: with, neatness, accuracy ;.«ind despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. . - ;; Just Published, 4 ND may be had at this- office, FORD'S SYD ANEY DIRECTORY for the year 1851. April 14th, 1851. : To bo Sold at this Office, ?-. ' ? FORMS OF ..-?...-;?: rpENDERS for a Lease ...

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