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

THE COMING ELECTION. ; 'VFHBiusare all our pub'ic-spirited men are they asleep, mesmerised or gone to the diggings'? What are they doing?— any- thing or nothing, or is it the old story of everybody depending upon somebody else ? Must our magnificent district be consigned to neglect, as unworthy of being represented or can no gentleman be found with suffi cient ambition and energy to push at once into the field, and grasp at a prize which would not be unworthy the most gifted des cendant of Adam ? Here is the land of gold, the centre spotof Australia upon which the eyes of the Southern hemisphere are now turned, and whither a few months hence, the thoughts, ideas, speculations and in tellects of the whole civilized world will be directed— the observed of all the British possession?, and the- richest of them all wanting two gentlemen to represent its wanU and interests in the legislature of the country, yet nobody offers,— just on the eve of an election without anybody to elect ! This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

^ TO ADVERt^BUS. The cost ? of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. Advertisements wiU be received until four o'clock in the evenings of Tuesday, and Friday; but cannot he withdrawn \ after Twelve 1'0'ciock on Monday and Thursday. ? A liberal allowance will be maSe to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months-*- ' ; ~ -;-;;' ? :' ? ??':','' ? ?. ..,:? '?'-?? 50s. Reward. ? T OST^orVi tfasvin February last, a Carriage L SoRSE- 16 handsihigh, chesnut color, b^andS -WH bnthe shoulder, two white hind feet, ''iS'SS-fewiite P*d on the delivery efc the tlorse to Ma. C^QoAit, of- Yass ; or. Ma. F. Morgan, of Bathurst. August 7th, 1851. :???.? £1 3&eward. . '., - :?_? T OST, at Bathurst,in- Junelast.'an IrlOlff GREY IlLLEY, branded^- on near shoulder, large scar «ndet thikh,' blackpoints, and a small star in fore 5 The above reward will be paid by .the un !i:rsigned,ondelivery:orthemieyatMr.Bmning'8, Glasgo. Arm?,oa ^^^lTGHELL. Bowenfel*. August 4th...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

MULTUM IN PARVO. - (From the late Australian papers^) An attempt had bepn made at Hohart Town to rob a vessel, (the Adelaide) re cently arrived in rurbour from Sydney : she was visited ; by three men (while lying in constitution dock,) in the absence of the crew; who had bef-n paid off; ihey stated to the watchman in charge that they were constables, and had authority by, a warrant 'to search the vessel. Upon the watornnTii resisting their progress, hs was knocked down; but on his shouting .'murder, the vessels near sent some men to li is assistance upon which the other ' men took to their' h.-els, but were arrested 'in their progress by the sentry on dutv at the Commissariat stores, ivho presented his piece and forced them all three to walk into the sentry box, from whence they were ttfk-rn to the police office. — His Excellency Sir W. ' Denison, ''Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen'V Land, had started on a tour of inspection through the -island. — .An extensive sale, notwithstandin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

Birth. At Alloway Bank, on the 9th inst., Mrs. J. Bilgh Suttor, of a daughter.    

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Government Gazette. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

$di)ernm£nt ®ra?£tte. : tAiSTD SALES. 1 At eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 3rd day of September next, the following Town, Suburban, and Country Lota of Landfill he offered for sa'e by public auction, at the several places hereunder mentioned,. and at the upset price affixed to each lot respec tively. (At the Police Office, Bathurst.) SUBURBAN LOTS. ROXBURGH. 3 Five acres, pariah of Peel, village of Peel,;a)lotrnent,No. 9 of section 5 ; com ' mencing^at the north-west corner, of allot mentNoi'lvand bounded on the south by a line of 10 chains parallel to Wellington street; on the' east by aline of 5 chains at right angles, to Wellingion-street, and along Fitz Roy-street ; on the north by a line of KTchains parallel to Wellington-street ; tn.d on the vest by a lir^e of 5 chains at right angles to Wellington -street; to the north- we*t corner of allotrnent No. 1 afore said . Upeet price £2 10?. per acre. 2. Five acres, parish of Peel, village of Peel, allotment No. 10 of section 5 ; co...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Thb latest intelligence from the Turori does not vary very materially from that, given in our last. Constant arrivals are taking plactt from every point of the com pass, and large numbers were pouring in from Port Phillip. A respectable digger, just returned, informs us that seventy-five Victorians reached there on Sunday in one body, and that many of them appeared' wearied and disappointed.,/ A large body had also come upon the diggings by thr headof the river. Many of theia, he, says.* bad provided .themselves' wiih quiok'sUvfr .;:*vCchii»fis. The O.ikt-y Cietik, fur sum.' ?'? «n« dtie of the layurite spots, is not, ac ;i-ri)ing to . tfie repres«n'ta. ions of sever;;! {.I ely ' f r--m thai Joc-i) jty , nearly ; so: pro i fir- iri gold fls h-.|.hirt.o, and fniny. are in -fo»3e; ? ;jufcii(:e icayin^ % T^e 3 W, realijaeii \u ?? soir.e instances when the dig^inefs oa this creek were first discovered are almost in-- credible; but. so far as we have ascer tained, th...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1851. “MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALRBIT.” THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

THE gATHHIRSTr P&S5 P8S38 ';.:, ,1 AND MINING JO.URtfAI. ?' **' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13. 1851. **MAQNA E8T VBItlTAS BT PK.HVALBBIT.' THE COMING ELECTION'. The last, but bv no means the least im portant topic to which we feel it our especial duty to flllude in connexion with the coming election is the transportation ques tion., and on no more opportune period could the subject be brought prominently before tbf public. It would almost appear as if the hand of Providence could be traced in the concurrence of events which have of lats crowded upon ua, all tending to the fcatne point — the settlemeut of this hated question. Sir Robert Peel once said, and the saying has been a thousand times spoken and written, that the battle of the constitution must be fought in the regis tration courts, and we would impress upon the minds of our readers, that the question as to whether England's criminals are to be poured upon our beautiful country must be decided at the polling booths. Let the El...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

T2J9 Clieagest Stor^ at tfie ^faroxa. ; R. TOLAXO BEGS to inform th6 Turon Di^'«rer3 that he has opened a STOIIK ne*r the G 'Men P jint, ami that his CiOODS Ri»rnj)risc everything re\iUhe for . i miners outfit, which he purposes reUilititf at tha smallest possible advance upnn Bitiuirstiirices. , -E, -T. is prppitreil t» PURCHASE GOLD in uti!imite(I qimntiries at the Tun.n and 0,-hir Dig-' jfings, arid also at the Bee Hive Store, (J-ircoar. Stolen or Strayed, }]MIO\T Op'nr, Hbout th' bp^inningof July, a biy ?- HORSE, with a w!«ite spot umlrr the saddle ' near siJe, 15 hiinds high, and br-uid.'d J\ off'1 - ShpuMoi. If strayed, sTicward of £l will h« paid. ;.- up-in deli vpry al'- the Wool. . Pack. Inn. Buthurst.. , If stolen £5 will given on apprehension and con-. , viction of ihe thief. ' s ' ' . ;ebentezeb'read. ?»' ' Stolen. , . ' ' ' ? 1 NEW Silver Rouble bottomed ' huYiting witch,- ' ' Ol onjjine turnKl by Vision' Lon(lo'ri,.rNo.i2W9.' , A reward- of £ I will be -paid upon resto...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

llacal 2iuclitgciT£2. .Dbad Bohv Fodnd.— On Sunday last a youth' -of ?he niimo of J jkc[)1i Morgan',- wlui.se' fiitli.pr Ii.1b k' :ir;it:k-yaril on- the hank ol tiioriver, observed tlip uody ot a maa in a well which ha_d funnerly Leea used by the men in tempering their clay. Having communicate! the disc ivery to his parents, means were immediately token for its removal. An inquest wa9 field upi»n tin; rpni iiii-, when it npppnred from ; tli e eviilencs tluit the ''well in which the deceased ' *as found, contained ahont twelve feet of water, and tint when discovered the body lay back up wards, ono shoulder ami the back of the hpad pro jecting from the water. From the description of his clothes, he appeared to ba a working man. but there wore no papers or articles of any kind upon liis person which wuuld lead to his identity. Ho. was apparently about fiv-s feet seven inches ia .hoifclit, about thirty, years of age, an! had aubura h-iir. As the body exhibited, no marks of violence, it ...

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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 — 13 August 1851

Srigtnal (SorKSpon&ence. To the Editor oj the «? fjatfiurrt Free Prats. , and Mining Jotf?nat/\ Sir,— -Hiviu' .reud,' vril'i. awjpriie a,a vn tide inithe Sydney Morning Herald headed ^Orange.' '?* which' certain statements are jnade by the writer relative to rhe appre hension oe a roan named Graham by Con st -b'e 'Burnett, may I beg with your permission to give those statements b pub lic and unqualified denial. As I happened to be on the spot myself, and was an eye witness to the whole transaction, I now proceed to give a candid version- of what passed.. . On the day named, myself, Mr. Isaacs, and two or three other individuals were conversing together, when we observed two policemen, armed With pistols, struggling with a. .man and woman. The scene at tracted, the attention of two mounte i troop ers, who arrived at the spot about the same time with myself. After desiring Consta ble Bijrnbtt to read the warrant, he asked him if he was sure about the identity of the man, to wh...

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Colonial Nems. GENERAL PRICE OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

GEoIqnfal jEtcfos. GENERAL PRICE OF GRAIN. ' ydFrpfotheGeelong Inteltiyencer.) As if is of importance at the present lime to give the latest intelligence respecting the Btete.ofittie gtaih markets throughout the Australian colonies, we subjoin the most feceut quotations' which have reached us. In Western Australia, oh the 27th of May l«Pt, .whe,at was 7s. per bushel, and flour ^'£fr,per ton at (he Swan, and without any pto^pet-t of-B-iscarcity. ? In South Australia. vhl Adelaide, on July 3^, flour was quoted at £26 per ton. Wheat 8s.- Gd., dull, with. every prospect of j »*till further decline. Al \V*n;nambool, on July 7th, the quota lions were, wheat, per bushel, 7rf. 6d.; flour, first, 1Q0 |b?;f £\ iQi. ; ditto, second, 5*r ditto, 'ii'^'- ' ;; ; -' :'. ? ' ;; - ' '''-' At Hobart Town, on July loth, wheat was then selling at 8s. per bushel. Fbur, £20 to £21 per ton- No alteration to quote in other articles. At Launceston, on July 16th, wheat was quoted at 8s. 2'd., per bushel ; oa'...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. HOUSE OF LORDS, MARCH-22. THE CHURCH IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

JElfsccIlancous Extracts. ',-... HOUSE OV LORDS, Marck: 22. . '. THE CHUHCH IN THE COLONIES. ' The Bishop of Oxford asked a question of Lord Grey respecting the legal status of the Church in the colonies, especially -in Australia, and whether the statutory re strictions which applied to the Church at home were binding on the Church abroad ? Earl Grey replied that no complaint had reached him from any of the colonies with respect to any grievance which was not ca pable of removal by the colonial legislatures. He had prepared a despatch to the Governor of New South Wales., instructing him t.i issue a commission composed of Australian prelates, to consider the condition of the Church in those colonies. 'ihe Bishop of Oxford observed; that be thought Lord Grey's reply unsatisfactory. The matter then dropped,' arid their lord ships adjourned, alter despatching some other business. '?'- . England's Stkam Navt.— The- total number of sfte^rn vessels, of all clashes and sizes, propelled by p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 13 August 1851

Tor Gold :s££gfera?-aad others. '.' Biscru-Frs.:* ' JOHN H. BURNSIDE lias, in. addition to his ,ej. well selected stock of Hosiery, Drapery, Cloths/Slop Clothing, Groceries, Ironmongery, Wines and Spirits, &c, Wilkie's Steam made Biscuits, ; Fine Cabin, in portable tin cases, Pilot, in casks, ' , ' 'Ship Biscuits in bags. Also, Cheese, Bacon, and Hatnsy Salt, Butter, and Flour, : which' he will sell at the lowest possible remttoera ? ting price for cash. ' ?William-street, 15th July, 1851. To Settlers and Storekeepers. BAR, BOLT, BUNDLE AND HOOP IRON. Best Horse-shoe Iron Plovgh Wings and Mould Boards Bullock Chains, Horse Traces, Bullock Bows Iron Pots and Camp Ovens 'Carron' Cart and Dray Boxes Wilkinson's and Sorby's Sheepshears Hobble Chains Roller, Buckles. Girths. Stirrups. Bits Stockholm Tar and Pitch. Bluestone Raddle. White Lead. Black and; red Paint.. Linseed Oil. Turpentine. - . , Horse, Hurdle, Shingle, Batten, and Spike Nails ? Locks. Bolts. Hinges. Screws. Gimb...

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Local Intelligence. BATHTURST PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

Uotfil Intelligence. BATHURST; PRICES CURRENT. Fine Flout ............ 47s. per cwt. Seconds ? 45s. do. Wheat ? 163. per bushel .Bran............... ...... Nil. ' At present there is scarcely any other, grain in the market but a small quantity of wheat. Alarg-e amount ?? of? flour has arrived from Sydney, and much more is expected. , .. ?The vegetables of tlie,-: season, such as cauliflow srs, cabbages, turnips, potatoes, , pumpkins, ral dishes, and lettuces,, are in abundance, whilst the meat market has scarcely ever been ? so well sup plied both with mutton and beef of the finest quality. V Prize FcGHTiNe at thb DiestNQS.— Thomas' Edwards and Wil'iafn Lewis pleaded guilty, on Wednesday last, to aiding and abetting a prize fight at. the Oakey Creek Diggings, on the previous Sabbath. ..They were bound over to keep. the peace For twelve calendar months, in £20 each, and two' sureties each iotha sum of £10. . Gaiviblino at the Mines — -A Turon thimblo rigger, by the name of Scott, who...

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OUR "GOLD" ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

OUR 'GOLD' ARTICLE. Must stand over for want of spafe until the next publication, when we-promise to supply plenty of intelligence respecting the present position and prospects of the dig gings. As 'this is the first time since the discovery that we have neglected the sub ject, our readers must hear patiently with us. (The double sheet will be published as usual next Saturday.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

Summer Hill GOLD' DIGGINGS, GA113KD AND MOKKILL HAVING opened Stores here -for the sale of ' Clothes, Provisions, and 'every description of Tools required for gold seeking, are determined to sell for the smallest, possible remunerating prices. G. and M. have erected Boarding Houses, where parties finding their own bedclothes may board and Lodge for the sum of fourteen shillings per week, payable in advance. Gold weighed, purchased for cash, or taken la exchange for goods. Goods stored at £l per ton per month. The nearest and best road to the diggings is the new road to the right after passing Scotch ?Harry's .farm— the distance about 8 miles from here. N.B. — Parties travelling, to Ophir can obtain refreshments at Is. per meal, at James Ward's,' a distance or' 12 miles from Bathurst, and 17 from Scotch Harry's. Summerhiil Creek, July 7. Express to and from the Taron. JF. GOODE begs to inform ibis friends and ? the.public generally, that he intends starting an EXPRESS between BATHURS...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

-IM POUNDINGS. At Bathurst, on the 2nd day of August, 1851: —One black bullock, like JW off rump and ribs ; one strawberry bullock, like J reversed with S over 7 near rump, off ear slit; one red poley bullock, ^ame brands 4 one red and white polev cow and calf.'like J reversed with S over W near rump, off ear slit; one white bullock, red, ears, J re versed with S over 7 near rump, off ear' slit; one blue and white bullock, WO off rump; one yellow and white bullock, T off ribs; one strawberry bullock, no legible brand, piece out off ear ; one brown and white steer, no legible brand ; one red aad white steer, no legible brand; one red steer, like rlMne,ar rump; one red poley steer, illegible brand near rump ; one red poley heifer, illegible brand near rump ; one yel low heifer, illegible brand rump, piece out off ear.; one brown and white poley cow, no legible.brarid ; one red and white bul lock, like ICX-off rump ; one bay horse, IB on ueck off side, blaze face, switch tail, hind fee...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

©ofcmal iEebis. ; ?'. lNr.ANo Disc jvkrv.— -The 'tMoretonBiy Free Press,' in ah article urging the great benefits, commercial and otherwise, which the 'colony would deprive from a more com* »le'e koowladcra of the interior of Atl3' tralia, urges it ns tv-.e riuty of the govern- I roent id steadily p-'osecute inland discovery. I Admitting .ihe difficulties presented by the I wane of Water, ana ihe anticipated arid na- I ture or' r.b« interior in parts, the, writer sug- I gest3 tbe fo!lowim» plan of' proceeding;— I 'la the absence of any more, hopeful Bug- I gestion, or indeed any, suggestion at all oo I the subj ..c.t. Ave? w.puld jfet-oiiimend that to I insure the suffioienily ininute exploration of I ihe interior, u station be formed at the pub- I lie expense at a point as near- to the centre I of the island as circuinthancea will admit of, I where stock could be reared and grain cul- I tivated -ortlie use of the .various expedi' 1 tions which might radiate from it in all di- I rec...

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Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

Sydney. FINE BEAST — A pure Durham x, bred     by Mr. R. Fitzgerald, of Windsor, and pur- chased by Mr. Cleeve, at £10, may be seen at Mr., CleeveV, Vlmu^lner-house, Black - \y-utl»j Swamp, fm/i will be elaji^Kt^red on I ?M')iu}»y next He is considered oneot tbe .f ute it -«rHtsr!ed ox-^n eyer seen in this city. This animal, f«M'baaaty and symme^.y, Cju ?'» some or'ihe hest to b»- seen in Kog'and It is- supposed '?thdt--he\wi II; weigh above twelve haurire'l pound.-* wheu dead. -Herald. Da. Lang's Fink; ?— 'i'h'e Qnsof £100 i'o posed upon the Hsv. Dr., Ling by the Supreme Court, ii» the case of libel, was paid, into the Sheriff's officv°n Thursday morn ing, by Messrs. J. Stirling and T. Taylor. The fine had been collected chiefly by shil ling subscriptions, and was paid m shillings. The She/iff at first refused to take them, as not being^ * legal tender - but on consulting one of the Judges, he thought better of the matter, and quietly received; them, givin...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. “MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALRBIT.” SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1851. ENGLAND'S COLONIAL EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 16 August 1851

2r THE BATHURST- mi BESS : 4 AND MINING JOUKNAT... ' ''MAONAi BSl' CB.ill'A) L.T rit.iS7AL.hUlr.' SA-TURDAA', AUGUST 16. 1851. ENGLAND^' CO LONI A [-' EV1PIK.E. 'CoNSKRVA.TiVB'politicianqof the olden school wet?, very fond or predicting ihe separation 'of the union of the American States, nnd .through it the downfall of republicanism ; and after inveighing most bitterly against ?the monstrocity of its principles, consoled ?themselves with the reflection that the reali zation of their cherished hopes was only the work of time. -The politicaVprophets of the present are much given to foretel the dia 'fnemberrnent of England's Colonial Empire, ??upon'the ruins of which- thev hope to r*i?e republican superstructures. For three qnar* ters of a century American institutions have survived the storms of revolution from with out; and the turmoil- of, party strife within. ? The Anglo-Saxon race-have spread them selves and their works over the face of an .inmense territory, and have become a mi...

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