ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bathurst Free Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,079 items from Bathurst Free Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,079 results
Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

'? \r'y-\ . ? .'. Impounded, , . -/: ''-.-?.-..'--; At Jrdi.oNS, on tho 20th day of-Docember, 1849, from Bur-: rawpng run : — One inon grey horso, branded ,CP on the off shoulder, broke iu to the saddle, about 15 hands high,' supposed to be 0 years old ; ono black horse, branded BB on neck, P on sliouldor off side, JT. on near shoulder, broke! in to saddle ; about 15 hands high, a' star in the' forehead; with:' 'the , two hind fotlocks white.-- One iron- groy colt, about 2 years old sr near shoulder! Ono dark bay hqrso, JIi near shoulder, lame on tho off' forefoot or bumble foo,ted. If tho above horses are not 'claimed on , or before the lntli day of January, 1850,thoy will bo sold. ' ' ?lls;3d.] ?? . CHARMS iJrACKAY, Pouridkeeper: .-? . i :? -. :.-?.. Also,, ? . -'...-. .., i On the 21st day of Becemboj-, 1S49, from Messrs.' Bollor's Kun:— Ono red'.stcer,- MAC near ribs, OB-ihi'p/ and ribs; off side, a pieco^out of off oar- ; one white bullock, OP off ribs, a slit'in'thd'noar ear; ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondent. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

&ct#.£iT.«Tl .(^crtTe^pfftt'Mewre. ' Tothe Editor of The Bathurst Free Press. Sir,— As copper, is likely to become an ai'ticle of great importance in the Colony, I' would beg leave j to ask, through the medium of your columns, libw the ore is sold in Sydney. Is . the price iregulatcd; by-, the Indian or English market, or if not, how?, ' From what I canlearnj the Sydney- snielters, haying no opposition, offer just what price tliey please for, the ore, without' considering 'the outlay of the Mining Sliavcliolders.ionly reckoning their own profit and that with the carriage, is the reason, every mine has its furnace. An .answer will con fer a benefit on the ,-.-???- c ?''??'_'??'?;?'?'? ???;?'?. :;-' ,' GREEN-UNS.^;; ? P.S.—TD.0 the chemists in Sydney assay ' with2: fire;or acids P r: 'ii ,'..:.,:;...,.'?;:

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

s£§'\ We do 7iot identify 'ourselves xoitji the] opin~ ' -.,, j,.,,. Jons., of pur Ci)r respondents.,- r ? ,\- : r

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS AND BATHURST TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS iAND^BX ? ?' ;? : ? ' ; ...? THtJit^c; trade. , - ,:';;.l';),^:l';. The Christmas holidays have rpassed: off' very quietly. ..\'^here1,'^aye^..(bee.n., very, few ] cases of drunkenness or disorderly .conduct, ! and fights have in consequence been, scarce. ' Whether this; change for the better is owing to any improvement, in the ; moral tone. of the^ people, We are not prepared to say.,; but judging from what we know!. or Bathurst fo,r the last eight years, there, appears. to be .a great falling off in its trade.! _;:IhereY!cer- tainly.was a little stir on. , Boxing-day, but with the .exception !of a few houses, ..the publican^ did. not reap much, benefit.frpm it. Complaints are general ampngst trades people of the decline of. trade, in- Bnthurst. We ;have. heard it stated. by. '.numbers pf.o.ld residents, of the ..-, town,; .that they had .nevef experienced so' lifeless a Qhristrnas as the .last, and many affirm that, the decline has been gradual -for ^some;.?time...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST TOWN COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

?..?,BATHERSTi..TOWN: COMMON. . ? A communication 'from the Colonial ? Secre tary ,has been; received bythe Police Magis trate; expressing-the willirigness.of Gbv.ern .merit to /accede to the request of the inha bitants for^ theappfopriation of all the .un alienated lands; within -one mile of the jbburidary.of theLi township, to the purposes ^jf;a'Xpwn^Coinrnon!.,;^A::.fullvbench meet JnSoPl ^^^g^rate,? '?t6;ok.;piace1oii..E-rid^yj' theiv.Sth^pf , JHhuai^r, for ..the .purpose .ofj fratntng, rules and regulations for the. future; 'mariag^mient thereof. ^i: ii,,,Wer furnish our'rea-., ders witli!a;;copy p^ihern^.-ir^tl '?ikail M~ ;ifav- ; !..:!!'?!-} '^\biiRViiES:+,:iiV'^] -?':'??-':? '^i '- ?'?; - i s,t.; — That M6 !cattle , h'drsesv sheep ,6'r Qlhef'an i - mals.be, allowed to ^^ depasture' on the''skii]?reserye; except such' :as are^riere^fte'r.VspWifieci^ ionafide property of liouseliolders resident ia the rfdid: town of Bathurst: ' '?' Ji«- ^Jlv' *-;'% 'f . ' ^'P 2nd,— That ? .cow...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LOGIC AT FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LOGIC AT , ' V. '.. '.FAULT.- ?.;'?. . ,:? , ? ? A, string .of resolutions relative ;to the New Constitution/ !haye:Wn., moved by -a Mr, Morphett,. in the ; Legislative Council^ and: carried'. Amongst them will be! found- the follOWing ?. ? ?;..'; ....... ; ,. ;,, .. ;: - .1 'That Bills; passing the, two-chambers, ;, and receiving the assent ? pf- the^Grpyernor, ahall, at once', become law,, -;- unless'; such, legislature had unadvisedly and incpnsider-i ately passed, an .act; upon the subje.ct beyond the scope of its legislative powers.' Now we wish to be informed what con stituted, authority, there' will ;be under Ihe New Constitution, any more .than under the present one ,1 to pass any ^ judgment upon any. act of uny Legislative Council in, the Colonies, and say whether or rot they have ' unadvisedly and. inconsiderately trespassed beyond the scope of their legis lative powers.' . We. are not aware of, any.; Except the Home Government, there is. no higher power i...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

?.???;-:op-.-.^::. :.:':? ?.?.?^i;Ste\irardiBt.'i/- ;; .'--??-;.' :-w; -? ? iWi H; SUTTORi -ESQ;, M.C. ^-i;j-:; :. - ^i:V:.., -jiJ.^S^iRODD, ESQ. r i.-'-.i :.^: -h-; -.? ':..'.? ;...... -., R. MACHATTIE, ESQ-. -.J; -fio .!-/; . ?? , ( ' '_ . ;i^'-'ijttd^o;i'ii;; ^ ?;_']',?'?'',,'..?'?'? I '' ?:.-i ',??--'!??,?! ;??; '. i1-i--j-_iii'T7; in: ./ .'.U'e~-~--l' ?-'??-??? ?'?'?-- ^' '' ; '?? ' '. ' ? ?re#s¥iro. ??'?'???, ??? ? -. ???(''? ?'???? r-''': ??:' MR.' JOSEPH1 SIMMONS.' 'h -VJ ' :--;y: !?;?;?-; fiii Jo : u, ':,,-. .- ??.;?::-. .n-:,; .1. .;':.:!'?;- :-!?;? '];.-?:?.;; ':, ^m^vT^qmas.whitton.^1'. i; '?'; ; -.:;!?;;?; o':i!i '-?'??- (uvh;-:.:3 'm..m 1;_ ':'?: -.:?..'?; ????,,'.!! 1 ;'.;;-:-^E^E§PAYriFEBRUA^y27TH. .;: -:?;!;?.' ''. i:un: -\ '. vu first race, y-vf /',; ' -. . ?. ? rpHEiiBATHURSTMXOWN PLATE of £50, for ], .-JL .» all. .horses,;- ,, weight' for age ..;., heats,, twice : v' round ?'th6'cbursey' tlifee entrances or, no race. ''Entrance £5. '''' :,'i!J V'^ : '[ .''''./' '...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOLA MONTES AND HER HUSBANDS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

Thk following --iccou.pt: of sthev- proceedings in the divorcejof this Jadyfrotn her husband, ' Captain James, taken from the official docu: ments, in the Consistory .{Court of. London, dated pn-the 31stof;May, 1842/fwill just now doabtless.be read with an . interest. they did not ppssee88:at,the!time .they took;. pla'de : —?'Before the, Right Hon. S. Lushington. James v.Jame8;e-The libel; which sets forth the cause contains! the articles instituted by the proctor of T. -James,, Esq.;, against Eliza Rosa Anna, otherwise -Eliza ttosarina, .other . wise! Eliza -James', of the parish 'ofiStv Mary, Islington, in; the County of Middlesex, and . diocese iof London; &c-, and in supports which the iollo wing evidence was adduced : -^-The Uev. J. James : I am vicar of the parish of llathbiggbn,/in the County of, Meath. I am brother of Lieutenant 0\ James/ 'of' the i21st vregiment of Bengal Native, Infantry, at .present m India. 'On the 23rd July, 1837i I. solemnised a mar Tiage, betw...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MURDER. AT BERMONDSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

THE MUTIDERJAT BERMONDSEY. : ( From the Spectator./ : ; Aurest op MANNiNG;-7--Mannihg. -ha's b^en'arrested at'St^ Aubin's in the. island of. (Jersey. ,; It/: seems that -.the daughter- of a' !per»on:with .'whom he lodged on a formier.. jvisit to Jersey recognised hiiri in the packet Ipassing over ..to that ..island, but, was tbb ; ill ifr'om sea sickness to speak to him : she had ?not thenrheard of the ^murder. Oh this in- . formation, Langley , and. anpther/ detective officer immediately pursued I ' the fugitive to ijersey,. Almost. .on their landing. they struck, ion Manning's. tr.ack i-they.'ufound'a box and coat that; he -[had left /atthe^.inn; iwhich.he firstieptered. ; Manning's! . course, and the mbdeipf^ the arrest,,1 are described- by the: 'Jersey, Timpi.y^'.. He arrived in , ibis island jast Thursday 'week,' i'6th instant ?' and took lo.dginga:,«t Mr,iBerry?s,,the:Nayy; arms, in Mujoasfcer-Btreeti' where he/ remained until |the/ f'pl!$wmgj;T h/is then lea Ving^d jb/eVkept ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English News THE WOOL AND TALLOW TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

^ijgiI5Sp55ip5 London.'— The1 imports of woplvinto [Loridbn last; '.week,1 -amp'tinted'to dnly.il 76 ibale? from HamtiirgjT 45 ditto from the Cape.1 20 ditto fronv Amsterdam, and 5 ditto froth Ostend. Although ?' the pri'vaie ; c'ohtract market; is now? freely ' supplied ';wit!h'; most kinds' of ?jv'obl', ^e^.geQerar demand is steady; , at fully : the ; late.' improvement in the quota tions; -;; Several -parcels -?? of fine .'colonial fleeces ?have'1 changed' hands 'for', tite. conti^ nenti' .'?r,^urtiier.',;pubijc iales are expected^to take 'plaice. ?'..,?.; - ;:.- ^-.U ?;.--';if;: — M ;':;; ?'-'??' Bristol Wool -Fair-.— The quantity of ?wool .at the hall -was larger than it' has been 'for the ilasfrto^ attendance pf'My^ry^was'nbt'so numerous as.£at' £he^ last' fair.';; Business gener'ally was dull at- late (prices ?- and' though more sales were made on' the secdnd day/ a' consider able' quantity? was ^ fem'byed.urisbld. ? ? . ^^ 'LeedX-t— ;TKe ' sam'e;, cKejsrf ill. t.one which ma...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

? .',IRELANb.-:i.:,.i The Cholera'; — -The ! '?? chbleVa' ^appears to ' have been very ?fa'tal^att-Dubiiri^and-^pme^or the outlets ; ?withirir.;they-'p'astf;i;-'few^idjays,;'' 'Ambne: the more remarkable ca'ieslof'ofeaih' are ' Major Turner,1 Master of s -the Hpf se ' tb , the Lord ..LieutenaM:,^^vn?b^:?^wa^?'alta?c^tett'ln. I the Castle Chapel .on^Sundayi during diyirie 'seryicej and died in the course of- the night. i Mr. iWilliam Murphy, ithe. extensive cattle [ salemast'er,— rfamiliafly; known in Ireland' ias;, ' BjJLly;:Murphy,''-i--has also died :bf ? cholera ; .he.i.waSjjho^yeyer, of an adva^iped jag.e';.farid;ha,d;;beenjrforisome time previo,usly; 'in 'declining health. We regret . to state . that . Mr .;,Mii rph y 's . d iu ghte r ? and; son ' bpth Idi^^wt^in '^L8' I r hours; after theic ^fatlier.; j-Tliis; lneianchoiy event, .taken -.with; several' ; pthjBf sv equally' alarming,- 'has spread . coh sterndtipn' -through the city. The 'timid in i good .' circumstance's' would...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

SOUTH AUSTRALIA^ There had been three 'arrivals from Bri tain,' the Nestor, from Glasgow 2nd Sep tember, the Ann Smith, from Swansea and Queenstown 17th August, and the Minerva, from London and Plymouth, 14th Septem- ber, the latter bringing 224 itnmigraots.V The Pauline, from Bremen 24th August, : had also arrived, bringing 203 German ira-, migrants, with information that, a 'great number (it was said 10,000) were preparing .to follow. ? ....... On the 21 at December a public, meeting was held in the Exchange^ to take into.con? sideratibn I the ^question ]&s-. to the i future con-; 8tituti6n of, the colony, the movement being ] set, on foot in consequence 'of; the. proposaB of-'M ir, Morphett's resol utipns in; Council); The resplutiohs proposed w^ere i:notiai'sei*i^sy[ the proposers of some opposing the f others.;. The resolutions passed stated a.general ap proval of Earl Grey's bill ; a disapproval of the1 decision of the Legislative Council as to the proposed constitutio...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

: Sydney News. *'?' feBNTRAi;' .'CRIMINAIi CoURT.TPi?^MeiS day:i January 2 ^Itichar d Holly, Who had oeeri convicted b^assault with intent; to com^ rait' V rapej wasTsentenced to two years im prisonment: with hard labour^; and tbthe.ii . 'eriter;in£o, sureties to keep the '_ peace.— jpliri , Leafy^cbnyicted of assault, ,was sentenced' 'to1 tvvelye months 'imprisorimerit with hard iabbuF— The twelve; seamen who had been convicted ! of cbris'pirac'y to1 r'eyolt On the high4 se'asi'were' sehtenced to , impris'oriment with hard-labour/ ten' for nine riiorithsi one for twelve rho[ritlis, aud one for eighteen months. —On' the 'motion bi Mr. Holroyd, Tliorioas Gp'ilirisj'who had pleaded guilty' to an iri dictment for Larceny, was allowed to; with draw the plea; and to plead riot guilty.—^ R/Tr / Purefdy inoved arrest of j udgment on Hand, convicted of cattle stealing/ but their Honors overruled his objections, and- sentenced Hand to five ^ years on the roads. — Several prisoners were . rem...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Select Poetry. BROTHERST WE ARE MEN! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

^-.S.rtoptJ. :P;botrjfy^ BEOjn jps:n;iK wke K*c is m 0 1 tW^raro/uou— ihsvlo initlio imago ./.' S :. , v,_,iQftho^ighty:!Qne,,, -y?-\.l,\: \ .;;.. ''' WJio hatii crowned tho.earth with li^auty, - * ?'' 'JSToath tlfe' goidoa Biiii ; ' ' Children 'b'f a commpa Father, ' Whp3e prevailing lovo ,.' ''. '? . ,;. . 'Vlsui^^n&d^thoddy-ljeajna; ; ;,. ; , . . .- ?';'?'? ' '.'V Sainingfrom above 'j'^- ,' . ^ '#i ? . -?',,.;. ' ' '' ''''?:'' High'eaf rank in Grb'd's croatiou, ??/'^??.'- ?? ?; .r. ? Jsour station thpny.'v ; ',j,/ i; .; \ ?-'' , Form divinoi is. iu pur features; ;,, ;.... .ii.-\.'-':U'---'-. ,,,??.,,,, Ruler? o'er all meaner crefttures-r?-' ,;?» ';,'?, ;nf ; ''!,.-? ,Brpthers,! wojaromon. «. -.-.-i.i.vv;', /.? j ?'- fl ?''.?? '...;. in' our Souls tlio. lamp of reason ???'?'? ? ??'', %-'!l' : ? , . Streams' with' halio wed light ; ' ' ?'?'?? IW '.',? '.'.'.' Intellectual '-gloried .round, us* .' ', ; :,' '. . Shed thoir.radiance.bright. . .'. .'-,', ..Thus .exalted j in pu...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

,-S HUNGARY, ,? .,??? X«B^ast^t'ro,Dghpldv:;bf &ra-£4 liberty^ has Ssii-feaxi^yeqr^'Wni&':;'hasicapitu1ated''rii3rmi- nally without conditions, in reality with, such afrangSmerits that the most :^rn%§t' of ' ner Taerenaers may be allowed to quit the city 'without being intercepted by the Aus trian forces, and to jpin-the- herd of' exiles, who a re doomed 'to .find that their freedom! has no' home; Kbssutlr'ari'd Bern are said to have .taken; refuge; on boardan- English; s.hip.,atvvAdrianople. -If wehave imposed upon- ?ourselves the- duty ;ibf ^refraining from : armed 'succour 'to1; the Hungarian 'cause, it ^ is now a hundredfold the more -incumbent ohUhe English people to /fulfil; another,— i that; of granting. the rao^t^unsparirig suc cour to those of the vanquished who heed it.'- Respect and honour,r\ve doubt not for a/ raoineritj will ;be enthusiastically tendered, to all. It is' a ' privilege to receive ithe fcre'a t '? spirits of the age; arid to be able to ! as...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

;J'J ? TKe sl':-5pftt i Vpft1 A.teertisein^^tsi ; )^t ',}-& paid previous toitiieir hi- ; sertiom^ A:dvertisements will be 6#mng. 6f Friday, .but. cannot be ; gppm after Twelve o'clock; W^Duesday^ ^liberal allowance will :teina;d& ^Baxties desirous pf advertising fojr %reepr ''six months. ; v v! Ho Communications will be pub- ; lished in thi^ Journ^jUnless ac- eb^aniSd;i;]?y ' Me ' name ;pf , the : Qprresponclent; f TEE Proprietor of the Bathurst Free i Press begs to acquaint the Public that hehas removed his Printing Office to the premises ^formerly: occupied by Mr. Free man',: next door- to the Wool Pack Inn, William-street, Bathurst; ^ ; :- jariiiary 4th, 1850.: i';' ; ;\,'; ,;.'/,? '^B.— The premises hitherto occupied a a'OPrihting 'Office^ at the corner.. of William and Howick-streets, are to let. , ..,.,./, BATHTJRST FEEE PRISSS GENERAL POINTING OF^ItJE, TTJOSTERS,1 Hand Bills, Circulars/ Cards, Bill Xr- Heads, Labels/ Law and' Mercantile Forms, r ..??. jol AS ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

r ..; - NEWSPAPER '» STATISTICS^- - The .'British Banner' has rthe: fbllbwirig 'his tory and statistics :of newspapers : — v.'vThe -first newspaper was issued in 'mahu- ecriptiin ^eiiice, in the^ear 1583. urider th/e'JtVtle of the, 'QiizettlB^-.- The/firstlprinted nejyspap/er^l^T jnbt;) appear / till five:/-yeara after,:-l:588. 7/ ) It was. iissued irregularly un der, the. title iof: the ^'.English Mercury,' im (-rihte/d;'by^her - ^^esty's/ printer,; ;T Trie first p/erioUical '/! riewspa^e'r /^was^ 'pubiished ; at Erankfort in 1 612.V! Twelve- years after this 1624,. appeared the 'Public Intelligencer ah'd London Gazette, ''/and '?? many bthers',speedily fpllovv.ed/: From sbnre Icaitse',, or/, other', it appears to / Have- been ; customary to select the .name of,a bird by which to designate a jdurnal'. We. read of the ' Parliamentary Kite,' the ' Scots' Dove.' the ? Secret Owl.' Addisbri brought out the first purely liter ary periodical— the ' Spectator,' which was established in 17...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

.... ^.€-QTintvy\':i4ews'.''.';' .(From pur Tlrucedale Correspondent.) ; Mining. — EsENEZEa (Lead) Mine.— rThe. works at this mine have been suspended for a short time, in- consequence of the managers .wishingrtoi reduce j the rate of. wages. The miners refusedto. comply with this ai'rangetnent, arid, as their., time (^f.e.ngar. gemerit exinrcd before Christmosi'two of 'them left.' So far the enterprisehas been carried'bh'witlvgreat '?' unanimity,- and: the ;sharehoklo'rs J aredllsariguinei: : that they, have .entered on a .speculation.; tliat-wilL shortly turn out a most lucrative .one. , , , .'. ,': H (; ^: ;?,, The Grosvenor Mine.-— T. C. Siittpr,'Esq.,is ; working a riiine on his estate: ?' The ' works ' ar e !l progressing very favourably^' At Moriartie'sishaft a. fine lode, about eighteen inches .wide, hasibeen ?- discovered, andtheminerssay it improves at ever j;i foot of driving. It is proposed, to clftari arid wasli'', the ore now 'raised for Sydney. Upwards !6f one hundred...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Intelligence. BATHURST MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

Local Intelligence. BATHURST MINING COMPANY. A meeting of the shareholders of the Bathurst   Mining Company took place at Mr. Arthur's Inn, on Saturday, January 5, in accordance with the advertisement wliich appeared 'in the Baifiurst Free Press on; December 22': The object of the meeting, in terms of the adver'tisementpvasto apr.1 point directors, ' to held ..office undei; the; deed, of, settlement."                     ' On 'Dr. M'Hattie taking, the chair, Mr.' Lord ex-' ?pressed his decided: convictioii -tliat ''the present' 'meeting ^yas utterly incompetent to appoint di reetors, as itho advertisement -distinctly stated.that 'tKey'Vyere* itb be'electcd under the deed '-'of ''settle- ' iherit^'ahfl that 'deed beings at 'the conclusion of the Sessidii, under the consideration; of the Legislative Council, -.it could not, so far. as. the. Com...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial News. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 January 1850

Colonial News. '??--??'?? - 'PORT PHILLIP. ? ; . The .CHOLEUA.-rrrWe wish not to be alarmists; but itjispur c^aty, in thej present perilous times to warn- parties to be careful what they eat or drink until the cry of this fearful f disease; shall; have entirely passed away^ Jt; was only! yesterday .morning that i a medical gentleman: informe.d.ius he had just returns d from Mairi*s Bridge visiting a patient, who, if hot attacked with' Asiatic choiera,|was with something- very ' like itl He did not expect the man to live. We give the . tale, as told; to us^and' by a gentle' man who* would-not endeavour to m'Bleaid or be likely to be misled himself.1^ Herald, Jpfeicl...2p1.'';';;1'.'' , / :., ,;?';,' . ' ??'? ?'?;?'. ? ;.;??'?'?? ^:; ' F ata l ' 'A e'e i dent ,~ 'A. [ 'y o un g, ge n tl em an named Gi'ey, having, occasion lately to leave his station, for the purpose, of, taking; two horses to the blacksmith'si oh the'Wannon, a distance of fifty miles from hishomestead, on. returning w...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x