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THE BATHURST FREE RESS AND MINING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1851. ISSUE OF LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 June 1851

fSFBtTOiiiST YREE PRESS aUd mining journal. , wednesday, june 4, 185u ??iB^dilA: EST -VEfiITA.3 Br PoJeVALEBII^' . \: Issue of licenses.- : I'Tho.officVra. appointed by Government for the. Wfte;on^enses' haye at 1&nStIx departed for the_ dTtfgjngs to ommenco thoir. very ..responsible, duties. That they will have some difficulty jn- earryinKOiit.the regulations of .tue Executive we. are fully prepared to expect, but are very :un-; /willing1 to believe that if prudence bo exercised in: tfwir enforcement, any decided oppositibn will be oftereilto the legally .eoustituted authorities. For. tha sako of peace and order, as well as for these-: curity.of life and property, which must ever be ?seriously endangered when the majesty of the law*' openly slighteu, wo sincerely hope that the gold ?? digsers';bf Opiiir will sec the propriety of dcquies^ ? cence. . .' ,. ?:'.' r.. ',.'?.??'?.' ','.'?'.? .* From the: rem»fks/-f our Qphit;, Correspondent contained/in last ? SJaturday's -issue...

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

Died. At the residence of his father, Durham-street     Bathurst, on the 13th instant, Joseph, eldest son of Dominque Popolari, aged 15 years and three months, much regretted by a numerous circle of friends.   ? 'VTQiMAN ought to go to the mines without :. : , , ,~ A GOOD CRADLE. .... ^ ;#????? :^'v ;'Pick, shovel, and crowbar '??''? ''' [fij^ ,'rti .fProspeciinjr pan; ? ? : .; ? ;:- \ -?--;;?;-); ''' -'. ?'?-. -it-M i.'.-j jSheath-knife and belt - , ? :,. *, i ;; ii:.;s!v A^pair'dff galvanized iron ^buckets;,1 axes, and every.-. 'other 'camp requiRite,1 whicircan! be: haa,;Jhorhe-' :inade,'and of warranted quality^of t*o:h ? ?--?.? ' 1 -;^! '-?*.}:*-?????? 'lu.' ^^^v^^^GRiAyEKTjt.jii.: Manufacturer ? and '?' lrb'riraorigier, '; 320;' Pitt-street, ? ^V?:';^ ?.,;.-.'.'?? v : .? ' Sydney/'*-' -'?;/:;|;''.;- :-'ji _?;;';' :'|. ? . ' NvB.'-^brders through' jiost accompanied with !a ' Remittance faithfully exec'itted. '??? y--A .n : -*'; ?? ''? ' ? ...

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BATHURST PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

' Baxhukst Prices CaaaENT. 3?lour, from 45s. to 50s. per 10O lbs. Wheat, 17s. to 20s;'per bushel. ; , . . . Bran, scarce. Corn, ditto. Hay, from £5 to £5 10s. according to qualitv. Bacon, fid. to 7d. per lb. ' Cheese, lOd. to Is. ditto. Butter, salt Is . 2d., fresh Is. 4d. to Is, 6d. per lb. Eggs, Is. 3d. per dozen.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

%kn\ Intelligence. Fatal Accident.— On Tuesday last a little child of Patrick Burke's. who .was lately for . warded, to., Sydney- for being- at large, fell into .a water hole near Dunn's Hall, and^ was drowned^ His mother was standing near the spot at the time, but was so. paralysed that she became incapable of rendering any assistance.' An inquest was held over tho body by the District Coroner on Wednes day, and a verdict in accordance with the circum stance returned. Stealing Wheat. — Not twelve months ago, wheat was a drug, an indifferent crop was scarcely worth reaping, and many agriculturists preferred feeding pigs with it to taking the chance of the Bathurst market. A dry season aided by the gold 'discovery Have wrought a wonderful change. Next to gold, wheat has become, the one thing; needful, and amongst the few burglaries which do occur, it is generally the article sought. Mr. Pye'3 barn at Campbell's River was feloniously entered on Saturday night last, and ten bushels of ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.: The 'Times' of the 20th of February, gives the following by ' Electric Tele graph:'— ? PRANCE. ' On Tuesday twenty Commissioners wefe elected by the National Assembly, to report on the bill regulating the appointment of communal officers. Of these commission ers twelve are opposed to the appointment of mayors by the Government. ' The Government party has obtained a complete' triumph in the election of the non-commissioned officers of-the National Gua-d. . 'Paris Bourse, Feb. 19. — Latest Pricks.— Five per cents., 96f. 65c. ; three per cent?;, 57f. 90c; Bank -of France.' 2237f.50c. ?PRUSSIA. . ' Our advices by telegraph from Berlin ure of the 18th instant. 'At 1 o'clock p;m. on that day,, Barqo Manteuffel returned most unexpectedly from Dresdea. He was immediately admitted to an audience by the King. *'It was stated that Baron ManteufFd would return to Dresden early on the morn of the 19th instant. , ' The. Ministerial papers state that France will mediate betw...

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ISSUE OF LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

ISSUE OF LICENSES. Contrary to general expectation, we learn by the latest intelligence from the diggings that the issue of.' 'licenses is proceeding peaceably^and without the slightest Bhow of opposition. In common with many other friends of peace and order,. we con fess that we entertained a feeling of strong anxiety upon this subject ; aud the more so as a report was rife and pretty generally credited that about 300 of tbe miners hud banded together with the object of resist ing the payment of the license fee. Fortu nately the report turns out to be incorrect, and we feel happy in recording the cir cumstance. Mr. Hardy, we understand, was. well received by the miners, and so aoon as he signified his willingness to com mence business, numbers of the peaceable and well- disposed crowded forward to ten der the necessary payment for their; certifi cates. The rest caught the contagion, and licenses were being issued as quickly as ;the foriiid could be filled up and enteied. In the abs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

Birth. At her residence Rose Cottage, Upper Fort Street, Sydney, the wife of Joseph T. Hendy of a son.

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ITEMS OF INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

ITEMS OF INTELLIGENCE. The throng by the Sydney road to the dig gings continues unabated, the numbers by that route alone amounting to not less than 250 to 300 daily, most of them accompanied with carts and teams containing their lug gage. On Wednesday 314 men, passed through Kelso to Bathurst. and about 100 conveyances of one description or another. A gentleman informed us that on coming towards Bathurst the other morning he counted 85 teams and upwards of 200 men camped at Mary's Lane, en route for Ophir, and a friend states that he met a small troop, of Sydney exquisites at Kings Plains, looking bright in spurs, kid gloves, and opera ties, and smelling sweet in hair oil and,, eau dej Cologne. Mr. Joseph West who has just returned from the metropolis, saw 168 drays and 1 1 17 men between Syd ney and the foot of Mount Victoria. Drs. Rutter and Gwynn from Parramatta he say's are on the road for the diggings with a loco-motive hospital consisting of a num ber of tents and 25 stretche...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

EXCELLENT Property for Sale. A FIRST-RATE opportunity now presents itself to Sydney or other Capitalists for laying out their Cash to advantage. Mr. Patrick White hereby signifies his intention' of disposing of ALL THAT PROPERTY situate at the junction of George and Howick streets, and consisting of an HOSTLERY, occupied by Mr. Bulger, with commodious premi ses ; - ' ' . ' -.??????? A SHOP occupied by Dr. Connell as a Surgery ; - A SrORE, now in the occupation of Mr. Gordon ; and a Ba kery adjoining ; and ? SIX COTTAGES fronting Howickrstroet. ;: . .. , FurtUer particulars will be given - in the next issue. .? ?:.???'? '?,..? -::. ?.-..'?.??? ..'?:_...???,??.;: Queen Charlotte's Vale, '.' . -.--i June 6th, 1851. ? To Storekeepers, , Opiilr Dig-g-ers, and others. To be sold by Auction, This Bay, by At his Rooms, Russell-street, at half -past Twelve o'clock, A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. (consigned from Sydney) admirably adapted to the,present and future wants of the Miners at Ophir, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

ij=-TUo-9 iffffln Supplies. v— - 1 GROCERIES? 'WINES '' and 'SPIRITS. Can be obtained to any extent upon whole sale terras, at the Stores of the Undersigned. 'MAKE GSIOeOJLATOj WHICH combine'? moie nourishing and stimu - 'lating qualities than any other known beverage can be obtained int. 6 and 10 pound .canisters at one shilling per pound. The ? SOLUBLE CHOCOLATE In similar canisters or in small packets atone shilling, ana four-pence per pound, can bo made in one minute, the .instant hot water is poured upon ?it, it dissolves and a cup of excellent hot chocolate is ready for use without either milk or sugar._ Storekeepers , only charged a fair commission upon the import price. S. PEEK & Co. \ ' L Importers and Dealers. .*?. P. & Co. recommend their very excellent Coffee in 6, 10, 12, 24 & 50 pound tins hermeti ?cally sealed. ? . ? - ? To SostSorn and Storekeepers. BAR, BOLT, BUNDLE ANDJ HOOPjIRON'. Best Horse-shoe Iron - 'Plough Wings and Mould Boards; Bullo...

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Rebielu. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

' 3£ebtefo. §';$ We have a large quantity of Poetry accumula te iing on our hands, to which in these stirring times we have neither leisure nor inclination to devote '.Jhe necessary attention:: Some of 'our poetical friends would really do u» good service if they f'O'jld condescend to stoop from their starry heights fntothe world beneath, and give us their ideas ijpon passing events, if they have any, in plain ?yrose. An ode to a daffodil, or a few stanzas addressed to a dying butterfly may raise delight ful sensations in the bosom of the Miss of fifteen, $ut the generality of our readers require something more substantial, and something possessing a sponger affinity with the concerns of daily life. '.The poetical age in either sex generally commences at about fifteen and continues to three or four and !_- ^wenty, when sober realities, probably in the shape [ ,Qf marriage, sgunjliiig balnesvjipuse7keeping,: se.r * yants' wages, b'ak'er's. butcher's and doctor's bills, ^besides broke...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

\ ? OBnglts^ Ke&js^ (From the Empire.) Bv;the Windsor^ which arrived in bur :harhour yestefd ayi i rorn Por t^inauth on the ;?.3rd;-^o,f Pebr'uaryr we' h^ve inteUigence f that^Si r^GhBtrl ea-^fi^^Fif a Roy ha9 1 ' (i^en ! jirb-f ra6^i'io^e*Governor-General8hip of the Australian cQloiniea un'der'the new; Coaati-' tUtlOH. ''?'? '?';?? '::'- '.' ' ?' - ' '' ' ?'? ?'? ' ' : jPrirliarnent met on the 4th February. , The Common? having1 beea: sumruoned ?by Mr, Pul man, Yeoman of the IJl'ack Rod, the* SpeakeY; attended bv a great number of Members, appeared at trie bar,1 Lord John ; Russell stood on' the right 'of the lliglit Hon. Grentleru'an. r; u ' The Lord eHancellor, kneeling, then pre sented the Queen 'with the Royal. Speech, and her Majesty read it, aai follows,; in a most distinct i voic,' every word being beard in the' most distant parts of the housei— r '. ' ' '?'..'' :' ' ' v ;' ?' ? ''My Lprda and Gentlemen: 'It is ^ with ffreat .satisfaction .that J. again meet my Pdrli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

TO ADVERTISERS. The cost . of Advertisements jnust be paid previous to their in-y sertion. ; Advertisements ;?Jwill Ite received until four o'clock in the evenings of Tuesday aiid Friday, tut ??|cs^ot';;!-:i3eiv'^t^dra'wn- after Twelve o'clock ?. icm , Monday and Thursday., A liberal allowance will be made to. parties, desirous of advertising for; three or six months. ; ?, ....... '. ..?????'??:r 'No comioiiinieatiojis will be pub^ lished in this-' 'Journal, unless .-ac- companied by the name of the correspondent. . ' BATHURST GBHBSt Ali, PRINTS WG -BFZ!SCE, .:.??'-??» WILLIAM-STREET. . ?..' v''''':-: POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars!, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forrn,s,. as also eyerytjdescriptipn of '..,,, ',-., r , ''?'.-'.''?jfpB:3PJB.iHTIHO Executed with neatness, accuracy, and despatch, — '??????? and on Reasonable Ter ms. ' ' ,,.. J«st Published, ' AND' may be had at this office j. LORD'S SYDV NTEY 'D.tRECXQRTfar the year 185V. ? A^riyi^th;!^;,;'' ,';.:: .?'....

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS and Mining Journal. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." JUSTICE AT THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

THE BA'MUltST YllEE MESS £tn& i$Unfag ^journal . . SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1851. 'MAGNA pST VEKITAS ET PRfflVALEBIt.' ? JUSTICE AT THE MINES. Now that there appears to be a prospect of reducing our digging population to some thing-like a state of legality, it would be ?well, perhaps, that the miners themselves should take steps for the establishment of regulations for their future guidance and mutual protection. Hitherto, and up to the present time, each individual has thought of nothing but himself; there has beeft one general scramble for the proferred wealth of Ophir,. and anything in the shape of or der. or regularity has scarcely been dreamt of..; As, however, the probability is almost resolved into a certainty, that the produc tion oJLgold is to be one of our principal, if not our principal articles of export, it is necessary to the safety and Well-being not only of the miners themselves but of soci ety generally, that some system of internal government be established amongs...

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GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 June 1851

GOLD. Since our last there has not been much gold purchased in town. A few have returned from Ophir very successful ; some the reverse; and more who have done tolerably well. A tailor well known in town of the .name of Charles Wright, wholeft about a fortnight ago, but very indiffer ently .equipped, and worked along .with... another man i brought the produce of their joint labours, to market a day or two ago, wluch.whe'n sold, realised £21'I5s. each. ' Threo men froin Carcoar, \wero. very fortunate on Monday last, one of , them named G'orringo, a honest blacksmith,: turning up 'three lumps' weighing upwards ;of, . u a pound eacli*.; ' A man named jWorthy late hostler to Mr^ Twaddle' ' turned -up a ''piece- of, gold of a pound arid la 'quarter before breakfast, on Wednes-' day n»ornirig. A hard working miner namad Thomas returned a day or two ago, who had been digging in ..company with three others for three weeks. The produce of their labour was 1 oz 15 dwts. 12 grs., for which they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

It's Quite True! qpHAT R. .TOLANO intends opening a STORE A forthwith at the Diggings, where he will sell every requisite for miners at a reasonable rate, and take Gold in exchange. For further particulars see Saturday's paper. ' ' Carcoar, June 9 th, 1831. Wanted A MAN SERVANT, to make himself generally useful, one who 'is disgusted with the dig gings'andiebntent to remain in his situation would be preferred. , 'None need apply who cannot give respectable references as to character. ', l- „ ,.-- ,.F..,STRACHAN. ?„ June'l'oth, 1851. - ^ . ,,, . Bathurst Steam mills. I FIER a i temporary cessation from business, ?*»? ^Mrr Mpckett begs to inform his numerous custemers'and the_public generally that he has re commenced GRINDING. His terms will in future be One Shilling per bushell for grinding and dressing, for Cash only. THOMAS MOCKETT. June 9th 1851. ELIGIBLE PROPERTY To toe sold by Public Auction. .. BY ' ' - V MR; A SHE, On MONDAY, 23rd June, ON THE GROUND, ? w' ? _ at 12. o'clock, ...

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(From another Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

fFrom anotfier.Corresgori'deiit'.j, ; ?/ The discoveries of gold are daily increas ing*; j a blacksmith from t Carcoar, named' Gorringei with two other mep, realised three hundred pounds', worth of the pre cious metal in doe day.': :V Peace, order, and decorum, are universally prevalent, and petty peculation is unknown. Men leave their tents the whole day unprotected, and not a single article is missing. One man, who had cheated bis helpmates of about £20 in the price realised for softie gold sold in Bathurst, received a gOpti [sound/ drubbing, and tbeimatter beingi?qqn taken up by dthers at work, .,rthe rfellow was hunted off the ground. Arrivals from all parW of the country are hourly taking place; and on the whole the earnings are decidedly good. '.The deeper the search ia carried on in the creek the larger the quantities of gold found, and there can be no doubt but there is profitable employment with wise, and judicious regu lations for years to come. Mr. S* Meyer the storekeepe...

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AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. (Sydney Mornina Herald^ A numerously attended meeting of. the ; New South 'Wales Local Council of, the Australasian Couacil was held yesterday, at the office of the League. A resolution was adopted' that, at the Present iunctun-. Jibe exertions of the League should not be relapsed, but, on the contrary,;' should be prosecuted with redoubled vigour. The {Executive Board of the League met subse quently — .the Rev. John West, delegate from Hobart Town, S. A. Ducros, treasu rer of the Lauuceston Branch, Henry Hop kins, Esq., councillor of the Hobart Town Branch, present. Resolutions were adop ted, to the effect that the Board, having had under consideration the propriety of ap pointing a special delegate to England, re presenting all the colonies of Australasia, and to co-operate with the London Boards, were of opinion that such appointment was desirable; and that the Rev. John West was most eminently qualified for such ap pointment; and they requested him to un der...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

MINING INTELLIGENCE. As we have several times: prognosticated, the reckless incqnsiderateness of many of the 'Sydney people is now followed by its inevitable penalty. Numbers are daily returni nor from the mines bankrupt — both in spirit and wordly goods, after an unsuccessful career at gojd digging, and not a? few instances bave occurred at tne mines in which parties fully equipped, have ar rived there, .looked about them for a short time and because they did not see the men Vho were at wdrk picking pieces of gold o\U of their cradles, they have become sud denly dispirited, and sold their rations and' tools at an immense sacrifice. A large body, of this disappointed class, amongst whom, appeared to be many likely men, returned to' town on Monday, and the stories told by. some of them were sufficiently gloomy and disheartening- to deter others who were not acquainted with the real state of. affairs, from attempting the chances of a gold-dig-' ger's career. Some of them vented their ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

Uocal SnteUfaence. We are informed that the funeral of the late John Piper Esq., will move from his late residence Westbourne, on Thursday the 12th June instant, at 12 o'clock noon. — (Communicated.) Immigration Depot. — In consequence of the. cessation of orphan immigration, wo believe that Government have decided upon discontinuing the present depot a3 such. Tho present officer, Mr.' Fealherstone, has received notice from the Immi gration Board that his ' services will not be re quired after this month. Burglary. — O.ri Saturday night last a back building, occupied by Mr. Rottbn as a store, was' forcibly entered and a quantity of goods taken therefrom, consisting of a bag of sharps, supposed! to have been mistaken for flour, a bag' of flour, a aide of bacon,. and a quantity of cheese; The pro perty was stored in an inner apartment, and to obtain access to it two doors had to be forced open, apparently by /,a crowbar.' From the- similarity of the means employed, it is believed that...

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