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The Diggings. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

SChe Dfggfngs. . [from ona own correspondent.;] THE TURON. Mining intelligence is very scarce. The; river is flooded, and many parties arc in consequence unable to work. It is a pity Mr. Hickey is not amongst us just novy. He would have a very different story to tell to his fellow citizens of Sydney, many of whom are saying all sorts of uncomplimen tary things of him at the diggings. To say that there are hundreds here not earning their rations, is only repeating a hackneyed phrase; but its repetition becomes a public duty to the conductor of the local press, to counteract the mischievous consequences of the one-sided reports which have figured in a certain Sydney print, which appears to clutch eagerly at all the extravagant gold news which it can gather. If the writer and pub-i lisher of the little bit of mischief, which was adorned by Mr. Hickey's signature, were to visit the Tu'on just now, and witness the actual state of affairs, — if they were to see the men huddled together in...

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BATHURST PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

BATHURST PRICES CURRENT. Plour-—At the Mills is selling at, (fine) 47a. Seconds, at 45s. per cwt. ' Wheat— There has been a few loads in the market which sold at 16s. per bushel, Bran — Very scarce. Sugar— 4d. to 4J. per 1b. Teas—Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. per lb. Salt— 18s. per cwt. Rum — Strong 13s. to 13s. 6d. per gal lon. Tobacco — Barrett's twist 8s. per lb. Co lonial, 3s* ditto. _ Soap — 40s. per cwt. '' Candles — Wholesale 6-3. retail 7d. per lb. Tallow — 21s. to 24s. per cwt. Butter— Salt Is. fresh Is. 4d. per lb., , Cheese — Scarce. Beef -Fresh 3d. salt 4d. per lb. Mutton — 3d. perlb. Bacon — lOd. perlb. ?. The arrival of several loads of Flour from Sydney during the week, has given the market a downward tendency, although the mill prices remain firm. Private indi viduals have been offering fine flour at 45s. Beef is still of good quality but is weekly becoming more scarce. . The vegetable market is both abundantly and cheaply supplied wil h the vegetables of the season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

... Carcoar Bee Hive. . To Settlers and Storekeepers. IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. ?', OAR, BOLT, BUNDLE AND HOOP [RON. To the Residents of the Carcoar District. ; O Best Horse-shoe I roa . . . tpHE INHABITANTS of the District of Carcoar Plough Wings and Would Boards I ' ? and the surrounding country are respectfully Bullock Chains, Horse Traces, Bullock Bows informed by the proprietor of the above Establish-: Iron Pots and Camp Ovens ^ , Dttnt, that he has kid in a very large stock of 'Carron' Cart anil Dray Boxes Drapery Wilkinson's and Sorby's Sheepsheara Hosiery' ' . Hobble Chains Haberdashery ..--..;. Roller Buckles. Giiths. Stirrups. Bits Groceries ...... - - .' . Stockholm Tar and Pitch. Bluestone Wines and Spirits, Raddle. White Lead. Black and red Paint At the very lowest rates, and which, notwithstand- Linseed OH. Turpentine. 'ing the recent enormous advance in the prices of Horse, Hurdle, Shingle, Batten, and Spike Nails ^♦very description of consumable articles, b.3 intends L...

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California. GREAT POPULAR OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

QTaltfornfa. GREA.T P.OPULA.R, .OUTBREAK. Our city on the night of the 10th instant (June) was the, scene of one of the most appalling tragedies tha^haa ever been enac ted within its limits, an execution having taken place in the public plaza known as Portsmouth-square, a body of citizens act ing as judges and executioners, ana-a mul titude aiding and supporting them by coun tenancing the deed by their ^presence 'and non-interference. The circumstances con nected with the affair are these. Owing to the vast amount of crime which has been perpetrated for a length of time, and the1 impossibility by the due process of law of procuring the conviction of the guilty, bestowing adequate punishment when convicted, or even keeping them in safe custody, a number of. citizens resolved to taketbe law into their own hands. They accordingly organized themselves into a de tective and protective force, with a fixed determination to punish those whom they should find guilty of the commission of any ...

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Misscellaneous Extracts. MINING IN NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

^jatscEliancous Extracts. MINING- IN NORTH' AMERICA. (FrpmttieNeio York Daily Tribune, April 14.). : fThe prospects of mining operations in this country were never more encouraging than at the. present time. The discoveries of recent years and the successful applica tions. of labour-saving machinery, with an increased- economy of expenditure both in time and money, have given an unwonted impulse to the efforts of enterprising capi talists and keen speculators. The future gives promise of an abundant harvest. The improvements in our knowledge of the' geological and mineral ogical character istics of the Western continent has added, greatly to our stores of mineral commercial wealth. The laborious researches of the scientific men o£ our 'own country, com hined with the observations of their cotem poraries in Europe, show the vast extent and richness of the Mineral Resources of North America. Those who have bestowed any attention oa the subject will have re marked the scanty informatio...

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Sydney and Country News. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

Sbgtmeg nntr ODotmtrg JEefos, PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Since our last report we have received ' indirect advices from England to the early part of May, which announce the opening of the Great Industrial Exhibition. This, however, does not appear to have had any favourable effect in the price of raw com modities. In wool there.was no alteration in price,' but the sales ' of the' new Australian clips ' were looked forward to with interest. Tal low remained at about former, rates. Hides had rather a downward tendency. The arrivals of tallow in Sydney have been considerable, and large lots have yet to come in from the northward : ' prices have been duly maintained. 'Tin w.ool, the transactions have been .lim -ited at Jrather easier rates'.,.1 Hides, are a shade lower. 'We hear that shearing had commenced at Moreton Bay, that the season was very 1 favourable,' and that there wa3 not much likelihood' of the gold mania materially in terfering with' pastoral avocations. Freights to London.— Wool, ...

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MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALE. Thursday, August 21st, 1851 : — 5 bales, skin, WR, 'l5£d';' 4'Tbales. C.6|d; 2 bales, skin. H, 14£'; 6'balea, M'N. 14|-d -, 3 bales, EA,'11$; 1 bale,- .skin,. N'. 9d ; 1 bale, do., G, 13d;, Ubale.i PIV 1U id ;-l bale. ;CIC, 14£d;, I . bale.Jocks, MD.:'8£d; 1 bale, gre'asy.'ekin, S. 4£d ;? 3 bundles skins, '4*d ; , 1 80;, skins, i 4|d ;. 3 bales, Iiditto; *5^d ; 28 bundles, ditto ,v,3£d ; 497skins; -5d ; 227 ditto,-; 4£d ; ,780, ditto, 4d-? 54-bundles skins, 5£d ?„ 3 , bales ditto, ,4£d ; 9 casks beef tal ]ow,aiE, ,£25 ,10.; 14 .casks', ibeef r'.talldw;1 C. £27; 1 ditto station, O/.£27; ;,25 -ditto ?jbeef, IT, £28 15s; -10 ditto.i ditto; L. W. -Levy, J[ in diamond, £29-;' .15 'ditto, -ditto, ^T.j'Ayerst,/TAi!£29 ios ; 5 ditto, ditto; 000 Jn' diamond, £24 5s ; 13: ditto' ditto; Tl- Ay-1 ierst,'CxN,:£29 12s 6d; 15* ditto* ditto, T.; 'Ayler8t,,iR.C,'£29-10s: 6 ditto ditto. Gor !rjck'vand Fleming— Riitherfontf G&F 6ver| jDPan'oblong, £29 10a; 22^dit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

Mr Harbottle J0HN TAIT ^Ott t-t™/u?o™ f rmn «» th» FS a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD af Bathurst TS a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD at the | Digging, to any amount. 1 highest price, at Bathurst and the f uron. Bathurst, July 21st. 1851. ?-? Gold. rpHlf undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of /pHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of 1 GOLD DUST at the highest market rates. 1 GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, and Sidney. R. CAMPBEI/L, L. 8c S. SAMUEL. ' . ? ? - Circular Quay; ? —i ? -— — . ? Sydney, 20tM Augt., 18&t. MR. R. COHEN wm g^ve 'the highest MARKET ****'?* * xto™^*' Jjr PRICE for gold, at hi* office, next door to MR. AUSTIN Mr. Price, Hair Dresser, ________ ' TJE-*3 t0 inform the miners and the public- in 1 ' ' ?? ? ; ? ' ? ~ O ' general that he has formed ,a new and tlis ' Australian Gold. tinet Establishment as a ' . ,-'' I^HE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of RTTLTJON' OFFTOE GOLD to any amount. ? u V, ? . IT n iV c'i TOtTTtAM nTTviviivnc where he will contmua to purchase Gold, Silver WILLIA...

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NEW ZEALAND. TOTAL WRECK OF THE SHIP MARIA. TWENT-NINE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

?new Zealand: ?''TOTAI 'WRECK' OFTHB SHIP MARIA. TWENTY ,. ' ',''' ;, ' NINE LIVES LOS1\ (From the Wellington. Independent, July 26.) ,'\ It js with feelings of the deepest regret ...that ,we announce, the total, wreck of the ?barque Maria, 480 tons; Captain Plank, and the loss of' twenty-nine lives out of. thirty one persons who were on board ' the vessel at the time, the melancholy catastrophe took place. ? .. , . , , , , \ - ', 'The Maria arrived.' here in March last, ?frotn'1 California, where she had taken; a .cargo of coals, but being unable to sell them at that place,,' she brought Ihena on to this -'port. for disposal. . , ? - 'Since that period, she hes made two trips Virgin ?Wellington to Port Lyttletonj having -been. chartered by Mr. Clifford to convey !stock, to the Canterbury settlement. On Sunday last, the Maria left Port Victoria '- for Wellington, with a favourable wind, and struck on the rocks off the Karori stream at ; six o'clock on Wednesday morning. The only two...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

A Littlb bit ' op pun.— Oa thursday night Mr. B.-ooka, shoemaker of 11. 6 Wick St. was precipitated into a dreadful state of alarm juat 88 he had deposited himself comfortably . between the sheets, by h tremendous thwack against his street door, which, drove it back wards with great violence, smashing the sta ple close to the timber. Not knowing but the house was falling about his ears, Mr. Brooks very naturally sprang out of bed and rushed into the shop, when he discovered a painted post lying near the premises, appa rently just taken out of the earth, whichjsome gr lice' ess rapscallions bad converted into a battering ram and stormed his dwelling house. Satisfied with forcing an entry they took to their heels and disappeared, leaving neighbour Brooks to compose his disordered nerves as best he might. .Midnight Frolic —Two very nice young men called upon Mr. Jones the broker about 2 o'clock on Saturday morning last, and af ter rousing him out of bed, one of them asked if he had any...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

Dr.' Lang,' — The sentence of imprison ment imposed on the Rev. Dr. Lang ex pired yesterday. Accompanied by some members of his family, he arrived in Syd nev from Parraraatta, yesterday morning, in a pnvatf carriage ; and in the -Evening he preached to a numerous congregation in the Scots Church. The precise time of Dr. Lang's, release was only .communicated to his immediate friends, as it was his -de- sire to avoid uuvlhing- like a public demon* stration. It will be seen by our advertising columns that a Soiree in connexion with his' Church will be held on Tuesday evening, on which occasion Dr. Lang will preside, and will receive, we doubt not, an unmis takable expression of welcome from his friends and sympathisers.— Empire. The Diggings. — About a fortnight ago', a young lad. who it seems is celebrated for a disposition not to remain long in one place,' took it into his head to abscond from his indented service in Sydney, and try his for tune at the Ophir Diggings. As it happens;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

Printing' Material Wanted. ' WANTED to purchase immediately a DOUBLE DEMY PRESS ; a second-hand one, if in good condition, would suit. ' also, About eight hundred weight of Brevier, including one hundred pounds of brevier italic. About four hundred weight of LONG PRIMER, including sixty pounds of italic. ALSO, A quantity of other materials necessary to the completion of a Printing Establishment, for which.CASH will be given. Immediate application must be made to WILLIAM FARRAND, Proprietor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. William-street, Bathurst. Unabated Success ! ! OF THE EQUESTRIAN PRODUCTIONS AT HENRY BURTON'S CIRCUS ROYAL.   Commercial Hotel, Bathurst, which are hailed nightly with continued shouts of applause. Observe the Change in the Programme, ON TUESDAY Evening 2nd September 1851, and the following Wednesday Thursday, and 'Friday, 3rd 4th and 5th. First night of an amusing Equestrian Interlude called — HOLIDAY ROMPS, OR THE SCHOOL MASTER ABROAD....

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Colonial News. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

COLONIAL NEWS VICTORIA.   Aboriginal Murder — A. correspondent   of the Daily News furnishes the following particulars of the horrible murder of a gin by a blackfellow called 'Merryman.' the said murder being perpetrated with all the disgusting ferocity which characterises sav age vengeance when fatally aroused.- This Merryman, it would seem, is an Ovens blackfellow, but was present at the Albury races, accompanied by others of hia tribe. Being rather a well-known character, he was on such an occasion of hilarity, ' hail fellow-well-met' with many of the whites on. the race ground, by the working hands especially, by many of whom he was treated to sundry nobblers until he was na fou, but just had plenty. Like Shacabac in the East ern tale, Mr. Merryman was rather quarrel, some in his liquor. It appears that with all his evil passions aroused and maddened by the fiery potations he had swallowed, he left the race-course and proceeded to the township, on the o...

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Local Intelligence. REPRESENTATION OF THE WESTERN BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 30 August 1851

Local Intelligence. 'REPRESENTATION OF THE WES TERN BOROUGHS.     In pursuance of his advertisement in last     Wednesday's issue, Mr. Holroyd met a body of the Bathurst electors at Mrs. Black's Royal Hotel on Wednesday even -   ing for the purpose of entering into a full   exposition of his sentiments upon the lead- ing political topics of the day and of an- swering any questions touching the course he intended to adopt, if elected their re-   presentative. At first the meeting was only   thinly attended but shortly after the com-   mencement of the proceedings the room was crowded. Some little difficulty was at first experienced in procuring a chair- man, but this was at length obviated by the   proposal of Mr. M'Intosh, seconded by Mr. John Walker, and carried unanimously that Mr. Wadeson take the chair. Mr. Wadeson commenced his presidential duties by briefly informing the mee...

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LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

LACHLAN. ... [from our own correspondent.] A.8 gold news will shortly become stale, if you have no objection, I will occasionally furnish you with a little bush intelligence. The drought of the last season has made Bad havoc amongst the flocks and herds of the Lachlan. Hunger, thirst, and disease have left iheir tracks upon our plains, creeks, and rivers, in the hundreds and thousands of carcasses with which they are strewn, and the bleaching skeletons which lay scat tered about in all directions. But a won derful change has come over our country. A short time ago, it presented the appear ance of a scorched and barren waste, and seemed as if the demon of destruction had visited its hitherto fertile plains with the fire of his wrath. The late rains have com pletely saturated the soil. Our runs are replenished wilh water, arid the mountuins and valleys look cheerful in their new man tle of green^ Already cattle and horses begin- to feel the benefit tf the abundant supply of food. The ...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

©nglisS Hclos. ? The London - papers of the 2nd May are filled with accounts of the opening of -th'e: Great Exhibition. The Morning Chronicle's report fills sixteen columns ; and all the principal portions oi it are repeated in French and German. Although we- gftve an account of ibe opening last week, there are many matteis of inter est connected with that important even!, which we hope to prefeut'To our renders iu the course of tie week.'1^^-' ? ? ? ' ???? ? '???? ? ?? '? ' ?'.-???: , 1 / ? ? ? -Parliament had resumed its sittings. T'ie Parlilmerftary O itbs' (Jews') '?' Bill p Vssed a second readi g by a majority of 202 to 177. ;?''. .'; ';,.' Lord Jocelyn had given notice of a mo tion; for copies of the Reports of our Legis lature; on Steam Communication with Eng land, in the years 1846, 1848, and 1850, and any resolutions agreed to on the same subject. — S M, Herald.

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Local Intelligence. ELECTION FOR THE WESTERN BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

. Uocal /Intelligence. ELECTION FOR THE WESTERN BOROUGHS. A meeting of the friends of Mr. Holroyd was held at Mr, Whitton's, Commercial Inn, on Saturday evening last, Mr. Bray in the chair. . About forty individuals were pre Bent, many of whom were electors^ ThevChairman stated, in few words the , object,of,the meeting, and. vjras succeeded by Mr.; Macintosh, who observed that as Mr. Holroyd was about to leave for .Sydney, he was desirous of. meeting the people of Bathurst once more before his- departure in .- order to offer any explanations 'which 'they might require of him. So far as regarded talent, zeal. -and honesty of -.purpose, they . would find all they required in Mr. Holroyd as their representative, and he was disposed ' already to consider him in that light, for if the number of pledges he had already ob tained meant anything, it was that in case of a contest he would be returned' by an overwhelming majority. He (Mr. Macin tosh) was of opinion that the opposing can didate...

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Sydney and County News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

gbg&neg an& (ffiountrg Jiefos, Melancholy Accident. — Intelligence was received in Sydney yesterday, that on | Wednesday last the Rev. G. E. Gregory, of Canburv, Argyle, was drowned while at tempting to cross a creek which was flooded by the recent rains. Mr. Gregory was only twen|y-8ix ,years of age, and was, to have come to Sydney next week to be admitted to priests' orders. by the Bishop of Sydney at hUj ensuing (jrdination.^3e;waso roost zealous .and anxious io the -work to which he had been, called, and had the, prospect of a lon^.life of usefulness before him, wben.he was re.noved by the mysterious visitation of Providence.;-— Herald. . . . \ C LURICAL A RRANGEMENTS.— -The.ReV. W. B. Clarke, of St. Leonard's, is about, at the instance of the Local Government, to pro ceed on a geological tour. During his absence, the charge of his cure will devolve upon the Rev. Elijah Smith. — Ibid. .

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The Diggings. GOLDEN POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

Slfte Diggings. ' GOLDEN POINT; In great haste I throw a few particulars together for your uso. if you deem them of sufficient importance fur publication. The Turon river i? «o much flooded that^ I fe»r little good in the di^ini* :ine will be done for the next month, and oiie conse quence of this .«tate of things will be h large inour.tnf suffering nmongst those who have , come-here exp'etin£ every rt»y t-- provide for U*e]f, anr? of this claj=a there happens to be a ra'fhpr lswge' number.. * There are a few whose dialings are elsva^ed aboveTthe bed of the liver,' whom the floods do not affect, or if at all, they p.ffect them favor ably, inasmuch as the water 13 brought nearer at hand. The large body, 'however, are (nuking1' slow progre? s, ,'and are spend ing an uncomfortable time in ,their wet gunyas, looking imploringly at the skies for fine1 weather. AH the ar ivals make for the Golden Point, because I suppose it has glittered more in print than any other place on, the Turon. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

- ,i- H.ains tor Sale. i BOUT two hundred YEARLING RAMS for ./x ; sale, at Glanmiret;tbe progeny of imported pure Merino, Rams, and from. selected Ewes., Any person 'wishing to purchase can select thenrbefqre shearing. DAVID JOHNSTONE. ' ?'''''?? Public Notice. r ALL parties holding ORDERS drawn upon the undersigned by Mr. Hugh Smith, Bryrnedura,, or Mr.. Donald M'Kinnon, Mumble, can have them cashed on presentation to ' ' DAVID JOHNSTONE; . Glanmire. September 2nd, 1851. ~^ £50. , ' rr\0,a. CFIEESE DAIRY1VIAN, who thoroughly X ' understands his business, and can produce the highesttestimonials as to ability. and character, the advertiser will give the above yearly salarv. . . Ftsr address, apply at the FaBE Pbbss Office, Bnthiirst.';'': ;:-;''''-' .??'?-??'?--? ? ' ./ . i. - (Sold SJIgg-er's Inn. T'0HN MILLAR begsto. inform his, friends and tl the. Bathurst public, not forgetting .the Gold Diggers, that he has converted the premises lately occupied by him as a store into a public h...

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