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Select Poetry. STHE DYING MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

, Sbelttt. P»ct!2v . ?'??. \ '- THE DYING MOTHER. ^ {FROM ' POLLOK'S COURSE OF T1AIIS. ; f-on sighs were numerous, and proruse our wm* , * For she we lost was lovely, find we loved Her much : fresh in our memory, as fresh As .yesterday, is yet the day she died. Itwasnn April day; and blithely all 'The youth of nature leaped benenth the sun. ' 'Anil promised glorious manhood ;, and our hearts 'Were 'glad, and round them danced the lightsome ? blood, In healthy merriment ; when tidings came A child was born, and tidings came again, That she who pave it birth was sick to death— ?So swift trode Sorrow on the heels of Joy ! We gathered round her bed, and bent our knees . In fervent supplication to the throne ?..'.. Of mercy ; and perfumed our prayers with sighs fncere, and penitential tears, and looks f self-embassment ; but we sought to stay An angel on the earth, a spirit ripe ? For heaven, and Mercy, in her love, refused— ? Most merciful, as oft, when seeming least ! Most gracious, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

TO ADVERTISERS. *? 'oacwn. JS a Purchaser of GOLD, to any amount at the highest market price by The cost of Advertisements Just ,wei-?hts. must be paid previous to their in- ^.ebym ^ -10 tolls of sertion. Advertisements will be Uof the best' quality. * received until four o'clock in the BathursyAug. fith issi. - ? evenings oi Tuesday and Friday, AnstraUaa Gold, but cannot 'be withdrawn after ? - rV «1«« rt'«l™l- nn Mnnrlnv nnri A X a I-UBL*0 MEETING, held at the Royal iwelve O ClOCk On MOnaay alia j\_ Hotel on Saturday,1 the 5Ui July, in stant : Dr'. ThuTSdaV- A. liberal allowance Nicholson having been called to the chair, the fol '?n -L ^, t.~ ^;«*;«a /l«o;««-,,o lowinS resolutions were moved, seconded, arid Will be made tO parties deSirOUS unanimously carried :— ' . Of advertising for three Or Six *? That as the discovery of Gold in the Australian vi ui * wf. & Dominions of her Majesty is calculated rapidly 1 IllOnthS. ' toraise this colony to a position of highimport nttm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

Gold I Sold!! SYEE BROTHERS ARE prepared t-j PUECHA3E GOLD to an/ . amount, at the HIGHEST PP. ICE. AagO3t4&~, JS51. StOSt, FSOM OpIur.aSOAX POJJEY.aboat 13 hands high, very small star in the ftnehead, a long scar on the o&sMe, aad branded WP near £houlderr A reward of 103- will ta paid on delivery to U*. 3. HUGHES, - Wool Pack Inn, Eatimrst. Stolen, or Strayed. FSOM Obir. on tha 3rd of June, one BROWK BULLOCK, branded TT on &s rib3,and J3 canjoin©d on the rnsap. One brown tullock. branded IC an (the rump. One brindJe bullock, snail horned , branded35Joat3i2 thigh. One brindJe bullock, nob- by homed, branded CMKY on ribs. One red bal lack. brani&sd C31 on the Hugh. One blue bullock, branded JP oa the tilts. Oae red and white buU lock, with snail herns, branded JP on the ri&9. One red sided balhxk, with a white back, branded JP oa ttie rliss. If strayed, a reward of £2 will be paid upon satisfactory Information being1 given .bs eo Iheir whereab...

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Miscellaneous Extracts, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

^tfsccllaneous Sxfiads, ? Wool Mawicet. — In the market for English wool, trade continues only mode rate';' business being generally done at 2 redaction, of aba-it ,£d. per 5f». on late prices. ' The sta Iers. however, being light in stock, and there being no possibility of replacing before Jnh, are unwiiHog seilers at any decline whatever, as the general opinion seeens to be that late prices will be ultimately obtained. The market for colo ljial and foreign wool remains in ihe same quiet state1' as since the last paWic sales, and prices are without any alteration. Lit tle is doing, owing chiefly to the slowness of the importation, and the want of choice. The manufacturers continue folly engaged, and consequently the consumption exceeds the present rate of import. This week's importations ere very limited, beiag re stricted to 114 bales frocn Bombay. 110 from Leghorn, 10 from Sydney, 2 from the Cape, and 20 bags from Oporto; total, 266.— Daily News. April 4. . Seven Lebds Ci&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

To tide Stoctorsof tZ&e United Sis- To ®ol& Siig-g-ers and others. tricts of tlto Xiachlam and Eiower r- t a n tt t t q aW™^«lX^^™Z'l; JOHNH MMWOTh. . ta.-dktaa. kb ., ';? q . , „ '„„ H ^n^JrKto fr-r flic re- ^ wdl selected stock of Hosiery, Drapery, . £TS7 o^^t^t^^:- $My^, Groceries' Ironmongery' otW srmtWn. who h«o not ''™ a' ' ^of con- Fine Cabin, in portable tin cases; of oipninir those requisitions. These marks of con- p » * fl^nrn,flr«..tho .vPropraUWn-. inasmuch as they, Shin KscSn ba» ' ' haW'Wn altogether unsolicited on my par*. I . bnipftscmts «n tags. . ^etfireturn-mysincprV thanks to those gent.emen . Cheese Eicon and Hams ^hn^vpthnO,ononrM;rne,and.atthe_Samet1me ?-? St?Butto^nd Flour ? ' ' :Vrvn ttanV to (he host of my anility, should it bo which he will sell at the lowest possible remunera \ their pleasure/to rend me as their, representative to ting price for cash. th«» 'Legislative Council. . ? ' '. , William-street, loth July, 1851. The mnptenos? and ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 August 1851

Hocal JntElltoenrc ' Equestrian Pbrformancbs —Anything in the shape ofpublic amusement is of such rare occurrence iq Bathurst. that even ft moderate degree of merit ensureB to the caterer for popular pastimes a very respec table patronage. It affords us considerable satisfaction, however, to accord to Mr. Bur ton's company of equestrians that meed of praise which is justly due to merit conside rably above mediocrity. A circus in Bath urst is one of those unwonted and unex pected events which scarcely anything nhort of a gold discovery could have precipitated* On Wednesday, and Thursday laBt the equestrian exhibitions' took place at the Commercial Hotel, in the presence of a re spectable congregation of town and coun try people; and probably never did exhibi tions excite a greater degree of astonish ment and delight than 'were experienced by tbe native portion of t,he audience who had never before witnessed anything of a' simi lar character. Indeed, all present appeared to enjoy Mr. ...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

(Sobernment CfeMe. IMPOUNDINaS. Canoivixdtia. — On the 12th day of July, 1801, from t!io csfotofif James Sloaue, Esq.: — Red heifer, white belly, car nrirkod, 13S rump, 5 with -s~' ovor ribs. Rod cow, wbita belly, oar marked, like 5 near ribs, idesoribablo brand off rump, lied polcy steer, bit out off ear, EN' off rump. Jfa? pie now, oar marked, like Jr off rump. Brown and white boifor, no yisihlo brand. Strawberry heifer, red ears, ille gible brand off rids. Red bullock, ear marked, bit off tail, like WK off rump. Red sided steer, white buck aud bolly, swelled jaw, no visible brand. Ked sided steer, white belly and back, ear' marked, illegible brand off rump. Brown calf, whito haok and belly, hole, in off ear, no vislblo brand. Block and white steerj ear marked, illegible brand off rump nnd thigh.' White heifer, ear marked, ,T-() near rump and ribs. Strawberry heifisr calf, unbrandej. Magpie sti'er, oar marked, indescribable brand both rumps and ribs. \VTiitc Knifor, ear marked, il...

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CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

:.!? CANOWINDRA. Robber*.— On Saturday, the 2iith ult., a robbery was commuted by a man named William Richmond, belter known by the cognomeu of ? Joe the Marine/ at a hut at Buck Hobble, near iiolong. Jt appear* a man and his wife named Body, ia the employ of J. Thacker, Esq.. resided by day in the sum* hut with Kichmond, but slept ao nigm in a watch box; oa entering the hut ou thu morning ia question, KictnaqnU was non est,m& they shurilv aftentwU 'found the place had been rifled. Among the miss jner articles were two fawn colored silk dresses, two 03jr of sheets, four chemises, men's boots, shirts, trousers, gold brooch, two gold rinqrs, &c. .A war rant was issued by the Molong Bench for the ap prehension of Richmond, and the constabulary were immediately on the alert. Constable Divis started jn pursuit, and being well acquainted with the bush, jje got on the true scent anil tracked him to Canow indra, where he had been drinking, and had dis posed of the greater po...

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ADDITIONAL GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

ADDITIONTAL GOLD REGULATIONS. (Fromthe Supplement to the Government Gazelle, Avoust 5. 1851.) With reference to tho proclamation of his Excel lency the Go vernor-tteneral, bearing date tlic 22nd day of May last, and to the notice from this Office, of the 23rd of tlie same month .'Uis Excellency directs it to be. notified that the Licenses issued in accordance therewith to -1 i er-- search for. and remove gold found in its natural place of deposit, will in future be limited in their operation to' alluvial gold, whether consisting of dust, grain, scale, or lurr p gold, and will not extend fo matrix gol 1 combined with quartz or any other rock, remaining in its original bed or situation. Pending the establish ment of regulations fot* the ^working of gold of this latter desciiption, which will speedily be prepared anil published, a Royalty will be charged on the quantity obtained of 10 per cent., if found on crown lands, and 5 per cent,, if on private lands. These rates will be computed...

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Original Correspondence. 7b the Editor of the "Bathurat Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

CBrfginat ©omspoutictice. To' the Editor of the 'Balhurst Free Press ~and Mining Journal.' , StR.— The members '??of the i Church of England here are at a loss to know when and where a Minister attends on 'Sundays^ I heard in Bathnrst tbatone at tended regularly, but here can obtain no satisfactory intelligence on. the point. The diggers make little or no inqiiiripsduring the week, except about the best -' places :tp dig in ; and as wn are completely dependant on the 'Free Press' for other intelli gence, I hope, the person who makes the arrange ment will communicate it to you, and then nearly all the 'diggers vrill' be' aware of it. ? .. ' I am; sir. fee, V ' A DIGGER AT THE TUBON. Turon Diggings, August 3rd.' ?

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IRRIGATION. To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

'; IRRIGATION. To the Editor of the '? Bathurst Free Press . ' and Mining Journal.' Sir,--I have often heard the remark made by ?medical men 'that their patients, when ill; promise vin wordB, ib be /the most grateful beings y: btit, alas I no sooner is the malady departed, and the bill presented, when, regardless of the poor doctor's Ome and patience, they express their wonder at his presuming to make such exorbitant- charges. Even so does it appear to be with the inhabitants *-f these districts. For the last two seasons the «nrth has been parched and want, and in some places almost starvation has stared the poorer, class in the face, because the clouds had not dropped '?? their fatness on the earth.' During this calam itous period many were the suggestions and ideas placed before the public for the future alleviation of. such an affliction. Artesian wells, reservoirs, -dams, and many other means of procuring water were recommended ^ .but now, that :the rain has fallen which would, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

Quicksilver! Quicksilver!! ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. . J. PARKER, -;; Chemist; : Bathurst., August 9, 1851. : ;, ;-; Licensed Pursuant to Act of y ;? ; Council. ' : :?'?;? '..?'??:;.'.:?,?? HENRY BURTON'S OLYMPIC^ CIRCUS; Commercial Hotel, Bathurst, '' '? WILL OPEM ON TUES DAY EVENING! 12th AUGUST,, 1851, and the night? of performHrtce will be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, andvlf.riday, in each week, till further; notice. Mr. Uurton begs most respectfully to in'lim'ateto the gentry, and inhabitants of Baihurst and its vicinity, that the above'-'place of amusement will be completed as early as possible, and every care taken to ensure the comfort of the spectators. PRICES OF ADM18SION :— Balcony, 4s. ; Pit, 3s. ; Arena, 2s., each. Children under twelve years, half price to all parts of the house. : ; Doors open at seven ; to commence at half-past seven o'clock precisely. . Carriages to be in waiting at half-past ten o'clock.. Tickets mny be had at the principal hotels. ; ,* *SMOKIN...

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WRITS OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

WRITS OP ELECTION. (From yesterday's Government Gazette.) -His Excellency the Governor-General' directs *t to be notified, lor general information, that Writs have beerf issued for a General Election of Members to serve in the Legislative Cojncil, addressed to the Returniner Officers of the Electoral Districts throughout the Colony, and that tho following is ?the arrangement for the holding- of the several Elections, vis.:— - Electoral ; District.: A rgy le— Place : and Date of Nomination, - - fioulburn,* 15th Sept.— Polling Dwy.'i 8th Sept. ' ^ . -: Do. B ithurst— :do. Bathurst, 15th Sept.— do. 19th Sept. . Do. Eastern Camden— do. Wollongong, 16lh Sept. ?dv-. 20th Sept. Do. Western Camden— do. Camden, 19th Sept. — do. 22nd Sept. ? Do. Cook and Westmoreland— do. Hartley, 1 7tb Sept.— do. 23 rd Sept. ' Do. Cumberland— do. Parramatta, 18th Sept. — do. 22nd Sept. Do. Durham—do. Paterson, 10th Sept. — do. 21th Sept. Do. Gloucester and Macquarie— do. Raymond Ter race. 1 1th Sept. -do. 22...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." A PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

m. ' AND MINING JOURNAL *v SATURDAY, AUGUST 9,; 1851'. ?? '1XA0NA EST TBBITAS ET PR.S7AI.EBIT.' A PREDICAMENT. Thb foremnn of ' the Free Press' office bol- . ted on Monday rooming last, and the ??xjevil' tookflight on Thursday niffht, with out giving any notice of his intention. For anything we know to the contrary, both are off to the diggings. If, therefore, our readers are desirous of being informed why the ' Mining Journal' of to-day does not appear in its usual shape, this is our excuse, and as every practical printer knows, a most undeniable one it is. The agency of the *',ielevil' in getting up a newspaper is indis pensable, but if not precocious, he is gener ally speaking a harmless character, and par takes little of the infernal nature of his Satanic Majesty. But be his characteristics ?what they may, he is so necessary an ap pendage of a printing establishment that were it not for a license of speech altogether inadmissable, we should be ready to exclaim with King John, ov...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Although very little is said about Ophir at the present we are assured by several respectable people that the diggers are ge nerally doing well. The allurements of the Turon have been so a- tractive that no one would remain at Ophir whose success was not inducement sufficient to; remain. Amongst other instances of extraordinary good fortune, we may mention that of a Frenchman named Frederick, late ia the service of David Kennedy Esq., as cook, came into town last Saturday with gold to the value of £300 which himself and mate had procured in a month. During the first week thev did litt'e or no eood, but hap pening to drop across a piece of 14bzs. at the commencement of the second, they were encouraged to proceed. From this time they had a run of luck. Their cradle was prolific in nuggets of 3, 4 and 5ozs., to the end of the month when they divided their profits. He returned to Ophir by Monday's mail and we Iuve since learnt from Mr. Nathan that on Wednesday n'ght...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

_______ j.«.i-^i^M«T~*a*'lW''11^ ? — — ? f ? ' h ^ TO, '£0 Gold Digrffers and ocliers. To tfee Electors of the United ? trtcts of the lacMan and S«o^er BISCUITS. - SDarHnsr. ? - fNENTTEMT^.—T hnv» had the l'onour tore- jqHN H. BUItNSIDE lias, in addition ,to his' T 'cpive rrqnisitions from influpntial portions of gj wcli seiectpd stock of Hosiery, Drapery, flic constituency to become a candidate for the re- Cloths, Slop Clothing, Groceries, Ironmongery, presentation of vmir important and extensive ois- WinPS _nd Sp5ritS) &c-f triet together with -assurances of support trom Wilkie's Steam made Biscuits, f. other jrentlemrn. who h;ive not had an opportunity p;no q.^ jnpoi table tin cases, of signm* thiwo requisition.. Thee marks of con- pH t , ki , -?_?-. ? ] fldenre. tvo the n-orc pratifvinjr, inasmuch as they ship Biscuits in bags. ? ... nave heon altogether unsolicited on my part. 1 . ? ? --/ ? Also,1 hPff to return mv sincere tlinnks to thosp Rent,emen ? . cheese, Eicon, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

Five Pounds Steward. ,vc- WHEREAS JAMES DUNCAN, my hired ser- ?? Z TT vant, having absconded from my service, and left the flock or'shtep that he had in ciurge in the bush, I hereby offer a reward of Five Pounds ' to any person who will apprehend and lodge the ' said Thomas Duncan in safe custody, ? v ' : A warrant has been issued for his arrest by the Bathurst Bench. . . . Description ;— Naf ive place, Aberdeen, Scotland ; '? age, 20 or 21; height, 5 feet or 5 feet 6 inches -?{ ¥; ' complexion, reddish ; hair, brown ; ey«s, liazle ; nose cocked. ??.':-'? . , . ???-,-. ?' ?.?'.?'?; /; ' '; - -'.v; -.::?; ::.; v.DUNCAN MfKINNON. ?.;-v::; Limekilnsi August 4th, 1851/ . . V; : ' So &ougii Carpenters and Others; ^«y ??/;?. ?.?-..:?????? . ?.;? ? ;. i';'''— *; ;?; ;*? :-;:.- '??-' .- \ ?^'^?Xjit'.-- /pENDERS'arp required for the erection' of a''^' J. SI ABBEDTBUILDING attho'TURO^'DIG''^ CflNGS. ??-;::.:'-.?:; :,-;^t,:;;-.).:-^..ijii;- ;'::;:;--'. v.;-;- :^;r, ';? . -???? ; Elans;...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

DLocal Intelligence. ? .'„,. Notiob to CoRRBSpoNDENTs.^-The letter of AJonzn, Junior, will appwirin our uoxu, ) ??'? A Midnight ? Frolic.— On Saturday night last as Constable Curl-was passing along. Durham street, his attention was attracted by a number of drunken fellows who were amusing themselves, by pulling down a fence. , Having ordered them to desist without any success, he seized the ring leader — a man named Brown, when one of his fol lowers, a nice young man of the name of M'Grath, struck him in the face with his fist, and thus set Brown at liberty, who immediately seized a stick, and hit him a severe blow on the face with it. Two other worthies, of the names of Michael Ken nedy and Bartholomew Tait, participated in this agreeable diversion, and haying for the time lidded themselves of the, interference of Constable Curl, chey returned to the innocent pastime of dilapida ting the before-mentioned fence, and were thus occupied until the arrival ef a reinforcement of peace pr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

MARRIED, By special license, at Brisbane, Moreton Bay, on Tuesday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. H. O. Ir-   win, M.A., Heyward Atkins, Esq., Provincial In-     spector of Police, and late Police Magistrate of Hartley, to Grace Amy, relict of the late G. T.     Wyatt, Esq., H.M., 50th Regt., second daughter of Samuel North, Esq., Police Magistrate of Car- coar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 9 August 1851

T0 ADVERTISERS. *?? usoaciAN. iS a Purchaser of GOLD, to, any amount at ilie highest market priee by - The ' cost of Advertisements Just weights. must be psiid previous to their in- ^ ^ .q ^ rf sertion. . xidvertisements will be Uof the best quality. ? received- until four o'clock in the Bathurst, Aug. gth issi. , evenings of Tuesday and Friday, Australian Gold. . - but CamiO M™rla*7 onrl ' A T a 'PUBLTC MEETING, held at the Royal Twelve O'clock 011 Monday and & Hotel on Saturday, the 5th July, instant: Dr.. Thill'sdaV. A liberal allowance Nicholson having been called to the chair, the fol ... ,' -' * -I , _? „, J«,,:,.,* '..„ lowing resolutions were moved, seconded, and will be made to- parties desirous unani^0U8lY carried ._ r»f ''arlvprtisino* for threO Or six *? That as tlie discovery of Gold in the Australian 01 aUVCl U&uio iui w^ Dominions of her Majesty is calculated rapidly months.1, ? ' - to raise this colony to a position of high import-. ? ? ;M mm. ? ? i i...

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