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

©olom'al iEelos. VICTORIA. Stray Thoughts on Gold.— We are becoming metaphorp^osed, in feelings and language. The iron age was succeeded by the brazen, of which we have mm y rem nants yet left, to which has succeeded the golden epoch; ' The hour glass seems with golden sands, and old Time, with brow bronzed by a thousand centuries; -whets his scythe for the yellow harvest to gather the gatherers. The morning dawns with metal lic lustre — motes golden bued dance in the. sunbeam, and the day as it sinks into the shade of the coming nigbt, wraps itself in golden and purple clouds, in gorgeous envt lopement. And thou ' pale maiden' keep liig thy nightly vigil, ticoidly peeping from you embankment of clouds, heavy and lead like, thou too shinest with sad lustre,' and 'asencit' the rippling waters, .as ^ they siug to the pebbles, and murmur to the rock, fling esc a silvery flood, ami. make.'!: the Kiain a frostwork, The stars are gold budi?, bur nished, /and we star gaz-ra may become star...

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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 — 3 September 1851

©figi'n&j' GCorrcsponti.encE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press, . ? and Mining' Journal.' ?' ' Sir,— In vour report of the meeting of the eko tors at Mrs. Black's, at which Mr. Holroyd entered into an exposition of' his political principles, you have taken the liberty of engrafting your own ridiculous sentiments upon a casual observation I made on the subiect of transportation. As this is not the first time yoj have honoured me with your gratuitous assistance in a similar. way, I beg to re pudiate it, and hope in future I may at least b o treated with a modicum' of the motto under which you exhibit your editorial, labour — ' Magna,est veritas et prsevalebit.' ? HENRV HEATHORN. Bathurst, September 1st, 1851. In reply to Mr. Heathprn's caustic observations, we may be permitted tj, observe that it is one thing to designate our sentiments as ridiculous, and ano ther to prove them so. Words are cheap ; and it is just as easy for Mr. Heathorn to press the adjec tive ' ridi...

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

GARDBNIJSa 'AlTD AGKICUIjTUUA.Ii JTEMORA.NDA ? FOR AUGUST. The Garden: Sow cabbage, lettuce, radishes, carrots, onions, leoks, peas, broad beanp, French beans, and tur nfys ; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes.— TnE Field: The latter end of this month plant potatoes.— The Vine : Grafting .tho vine to bo practised this month ; the buds. begiu:to shoot towards tho end of this month.

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

'] '[-'WEEKLY CALENDAR. ', ..' '/ i;,f. V'.- *'/l-S '?. ' i' ST \ \ --S , ,!.; -' \a;- ??'? -''- e' '??? -\ k'}-*. ; j£- ' £ \g ? II. M.H. M. H. M. Sept. 3W; 6 ;' ? 17 5 - . ? 41 7 ; 1 4/Th. .6 . 16 ' S\. . . 42 8 ,. . - I : 5 F. 6 - . 15!' 5 - 43 9 - . ' 1 6,S. 6 . 13 5 . 43 10 , . 1 '7S.' 6 . 12 5 . 44 11 . 1 8.M. 6 ' , 115 . 45 12 . 1 - 9iTh. 6 . 9 5 . 45 13 . I

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

BIRTH.         On the 20th ultimo, Mrs. G. Flower, of a son.

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1851. OUR WESTERN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

THE BATHURST PREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL i4MA,S^4. H8T VEUITA.S ET PK-EVALKBIT.'V ' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1851. OUR WESTERN ROADS. There is no subject at the present time of greater moment to the Bathurst public, than the' condition of the roads between'the metropolis and our own town, aiid hence to the villages of the interior. Once a year we have been in the habit of making the d is covervthat their condition was disgraceful to the Governmerit' and if rightly informed, the government have recently retorted by casting some portion of the blame upon the Committee whose duty it is (because they have undertaken its performance) to superin tend the expenditure of the money granted for the repair of the road between Bathurst and Sydney. Knowing that a sum of money had been voted for our use at the passing of (he last estimates, we made a few enquiries as to the reason, why it remained unappro priated, and the necessary repairs left in a state of neglect. The answer we received was t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

Pybenees Gold Field. — Captain ti aim returned yesterday to Melbourne from the Pyrenees, whither, he had been despatched byihe Local Executive. Gjy.eruiijijnt to in spect the localitv and.' * report, progress. When he left on Friday,, there., v?ere about 60 men at work' W the diggings, but from the niimbjers ircut by him hu the, road, 'that' number- ia.jn, all- probability, doublet! by ;thjs time. 'Of the-diggerB'sbcue-had cradles, ,the: majority]* however, still' adhering to the tin dish', .and 'thle''average earnings' ' of Jall',round might ,bsv entertained at about. l'Oa.' per' diem, sense '-.of 'the cradle-imen--or-,- course realising' considerably mure/ and' the' dish'.1 men less. ' 'Provisions of all' aorta were-ery scarce,, and;; many, .who arrive!] there' totally unprovided inthis respect, had to fihaudqa^ their gold-seeking1, intentions for the pre sent, and retrace their steps.

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

. TIZv. Karbottle TS a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD at the X highest [iricc, at Bathurst and the Turoa. Gold. rnHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of X GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, and Sydney.' L. & S. SAMUEL. Gold. MR. R.' COHEN' will give the highest MARKET ''PRICE for gold, at his office, next door to Mr. Price, Hair Dresser, Australian C-old., THE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD to any amount. 1 WILLIAM CUMMINGS. ? Clear Creek, June 26th, 1851. /pHE undersigned are PURCHASERS of, GOLD i DUST in- any quantities - at the highest price. ? THACKER & CO. 514, George-street, Sydney. BAV&U21S7 ©©S.23. 1}HE_ undersigned is a Purchaser of BATHURST GOLD, in any quantities. EDWARD SALAMON, ? ? '? 446, George-street, . Sydney. Gold! Gold!.!: , qnHE .underpinned is a, CASH PURCHASER of 1 GQLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. JOHN PEISLEY, Coach & Horses-Inn. Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. C. P. DUNSFORD IS a CASH-PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD in any quantities. 'William-st...

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District Intelligence, NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 September 1851

District Intelligence. NATIONAL SCHOOL. At arrieptirig at King's Plains, held on the 25th August, Mr. Rusden having been moved into the ?chair, and having given some explanation of the manner in which the Board of. National Education ?co-operate /with the inhabitants of any locality where a school., is desired, and having also con ffratuVatetl ''the nersons nrespnt upon the humane ?considerations which had prompted the meeting at u time when not only. the Bathurst district,, but all those ailjMCPu.t were distracted by the golddisc.ov ♦-rv, the .following resolutions were unanimously carried : — ? 1 '? XJiat. .ft National School be established . at King's Plains with all convenient spepiU , 2 ' Thar Mtssra. H. W. Bligh,; ?Nv Connollyy rind E. J. G. North, besrequested to act as Patrons ?of the saidHcliool. , : i ? ' ; - - ? ? :-' 3 ' That a sii'wc.riptinn list he entered into for the purpose f»f proyiding a hwiMing fund. .. ? ''..; 4. ''That Mr. Wmi Doyle be requested to a«t . as Tre...

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

Printing' Material. Wanted. WANTED to .purchase .immediately a DOUBLE. DEMY .P11ES3; a .second -hand one, if in good condition,. would, suit. , 1 . , -.also, , About eightthundred, weight, of Brevier, including one. hundred .pounds , of,, brevier italic. About four'hundred weight of .LONG PRIMER, including sixty .pounds of italic. , ' . ... ' ( ? ALSO, r . ' ' , i 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 theiBathurst Eree Press; and Mining Journal. ' , William-street,. Bathurst. 'SJnafoated' Success I, ! ? OP -THB 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 Equ...

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The Diggings. THE WENTWORTH DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

. W^z laggings. THE WENTWORTH DIGGINGS. The miners have had rather a rough time of it during the past month owing to the inclemency of the^seasoh, but present appearances' promise a favourable change, a change hot less required by the agricul turists than the gold' diggers. With the expiration of the month, mihing , bperaliohs at these , diggings' ''were suspended, Mr. Daniels having refused 'to issue any lnore licenses until Mr. W;entwprth's arrival who is 'daily expected^ ,from:- Sydney. The dig gers, compose^ 'as they are almost entirely of the 'Wnanfrv belonging -to ?' the estate, have suffered ^ 'little inconvenience by the cessation wof 'proceedings (which ' after all may only be, temporary iV^as they were con venient to their ''own '.'homes';' ' For the li beral manner 'in which he has acted to wards th'emjih excluding the public,. Mr. Wehtwdrth ia at ill events ' entitled to their best' thanks. Some alteration is required : as regards the exaction of license. fees' by govern...

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

To the Electors of tlio Gouaty of Sat hurst. GENTLEMEN,— As the General Election of \J Members to serve in the Legislative Council will shortly take place, I beg to offer myself as a CANDIDATE for the representation of the' COUNTY of BATHUR3T. Until within a few days I anxiously hoped and expected that some one moro competent than my self would have come forward to represent you, but finding that several anaongst you have declined being put in nomination oa account of the great inconvenience and sacrifice necessarily attendant on the duties of a Member of Council, I am inducedr at the request of several friends to solicit your suf frages. Having resided amongst you for ten years, du ring which I have taken an active interest in all public affairs, you have had an opportunity; of, judging of my qualifications. As to my views .on particular questions, 1 shall be happy when I meet you to give a full explanation, and should you do' me the honour of electing' ine, I will, by unremit ting...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

We have a-raiu. most tantalizing and un satisfactory arrivala of English news. From alifornia our dates are to the 17th, and via Singapore and Melbourne, to the ,24th May. The extracts- given, however,, are exceedingly scanty. The Great Exhibition appears to be the only subject which attracts attention. The average receipts for tickets, at five shillings each, amounted to 3620,000 a week. On the 30th May, and every succeeding Mon day, the price of admission was to be re - ' duced to one shilling; it was expected there would be upwards of sixty thousand persons: present. The House of Commons had been several nights occupied in discussing the Ecclesias tical Titles' Bill. The opposition members were using every expedient the forms nf the House admitted to present the Bill going into Committee. Among other things they read the title and pi ay er of evey petition which they presented. '?. Oa a motion of Lord Naas for- redncing the duty on French spirits, the Ministers wereleft in a mino...

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America. UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

*';?;;:- :-.. ? .''unitepvSTates. ?;. ;??; ; ; ? News-from the 'A.tlantio coast to .the: tend of ;MaY' has arrived via San 'Francisco. Delegates of the people of the State- of South Carolina hadtnet; atid in' ebniBequence of the determined Btand made in the-North by 'tfiie 'Abolitioniata, had 'resohveditliatithey hkd the right to secede from the-Unionyand would1 d6 bo if 6 different course were not liaoptediv; The; right of a State to secede ;^ia8ii,4enied by the .other States, .and; the queetion will probably, be . debated in: Con gresB when jit assembles. There ? was a serious riot in New York on Whit-Monday. A number of GermaoBjhad assembled in a field in the outskirts of the city to celebrate ? the day, when some ?:???? Rowdy: Boys' interfered with and annoyed ' them ; they were beaten and driven away! wheritbey returned with a strong party ; a regular fight ensued, when one of. the boys fir.ed at and killed a German. At this, the 'Germans became furious ; gutted tbe house in wh...

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SYDNEY. EXPORTATION OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

V-JS98Ste0RTATI0N' OF/ GOLD. „ # ''- The Gold exported by . the. Mouatstuart 'Etphinatone was worth upwards of £21,000. The following is a lLt Of.the shippers and ihe quantities: — Oz. dwt. grs. R. Campbell, tertius ...3062 7 16 ThackerandCo ? 5291 17 0 Str Osborns Gibbea \Ji'J£$M$$^'''', ? ' :'D.-::Davi8 .?;;.. ^.^i:v'C^lS;:;.te!a^:; Hyaro Davis .i;v;-v0^v 28 .11 .18 : ??'X.'-and'S. Spyer-. v-A '.^ '272 ^17 ^0; . Y ; Kircbier andCo. .;.... ./ 102:; 5,0 ' ?? HBir nstingl./. ....-. .^».'. ^vXlfc. 0*,$'} / '?' ?;;0: ?^?^Totali. . /;;'.;;:.v. 652a;;'6:;l2 ??: ['^^S,-iti.,\tterald. . _:? ';: / .^/v'.'-v , / ,/:? v

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California. TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION. SIXTH GREAT FIRE OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION. ? (From the Mining Post, June 23.) SIXTH GREAT PIRB Off 8AN PRANCiSCO. Another great conflagration has laid in ruins a large proportion of our city. At about the hour of eleven o'clock yes terday morning, just as the church bells were announcing the hour for the assemblage of,,the.yaripu3 religious congregations, the1 citizens 'Were startled by the fearful alarm of fire pealing from the fire-bells. At first little apprehension seemed to be felt, and it appeared but the effort of a moment to ex tingush the flames. But on account of the perfectly drystate of the buildings of which 'put ciiy is composed, and the high winds which preyail. at.this season, the communi cation of the destructive element was ra pid, and soon became uncontrollable... The origin, progress, and details of its . extent, as far as description at the moment is pqsBible,. is as follows ?. — .''.,'' The extent d* the burnt district inclqdis tlnrtpen squares, and part ipf(,fiye 'other .squares...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

m v'i' '.-WEEKLY -CALENDAR; ?-' ' *--???? '?- ~~ ; ;~~n ; ~ 4it.-^ '?\ «'. --? - . S' : ? . ' a . to ;tf;. ??, ?? ,r,^v ,, S :?; ;£ ?' J - .- '\ */ 'iiSfe*1..- m. h.'- - ? u. h. ?', -m;1 Sept.' 6S; ' 6::' . 13 '5 ' .- ? 4'3 10, -.\ 1 ?'-* 7S. '6 - : 12 ;«;? ^44 n ; . 1 .!'8\f. '6 -'?;'? 11 5 ,/ '45 12 ' ; 1 'I' 9Tu.' 6 . ? 9 -'5' .''45 13 '. I ' * : 10W.'1 :6 -V 8 5. .'46 14- .' 1 '? 'llTti. ' -T . 7 5 . 47 15 . 1 ''? ',.12 F./., fl ?' . ' 5 5 . '47 16 .' 1 'GAEDENHTO AND AGRICULTURAL' MBII6RANDA ? ,' . -. .FOR SEPTEMBER. The Garden: Sow cabbago, lettuce, radishes, carrots, * onions, leelts, peas, broad beans, French beans, and tur nips; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes.— The Field: The .latter end of this month plant potatoes.— The Vine : Grafting 'the vine to bo practised this month ', the buds begin to shoot towards the end of this month.

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ORIGIN OF THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

ORIGINQF THE FIRE/ ; {From* ths Morp.ing.Post, June 23.^: Tile (actrBp.far as .they are known and wej could gather them, are. substantially' these.:; The; fire } .originated in a two-story frame'; house, nearJhe.corner. of Powell and Pacific) streets, occupiedi:.by Mr. De Lessert, as aj residence, in rwhich there was .neither fire place, chimney, nor stove. Noj person was! in the house at the time of the alarm except the servant, of, Mr. De Lesse.rt, who w(as qot aware ,of the fire until apprised by ; the'ajaxm outside. The only bouse adjacent, was a low, wooden house,, on the eastern side of it, which is believed to have been unoccupied. ;.It is, presumed that the fire waB coramu^ nicated I to the house of Mr. De Leaser t from some person. in this: unoccupied house adja cent ; as it is said by the 'occupants of Mr. JDe Lessert's house, that it' could not have originated from any cause within. ; Mr; De Le88«;rt le.fi; jiome between 10 and 11 o'clock in the morning, and noticed on th...

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District Intelligence. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

district Intelligence. V MOLONG. Several of the residents qf oar neighbour hood' have' juat' returned, some froth the Turqa' and1' some from' the 'World's ; End'. Their' luck has been various, A few have done well, and the remainder but indiffer ently. A! 'person by the' name of John Delaheyj wh'o has been a considerable period at ' (the ' Tiirori, has cleared £30. He ; has bWugn'i1 several beautiful Bpeciniens of auri ;ferou3 ' q*a'artz, ' and, ''a sod «11 but valuable /dia.tnbi'di ' --'?????????' -v' : ?-' ?' ? ' '-fu: ; The litest intelligence from the Mdokerra -G reel^ijLtn.tKa_efFpcti tKatthel Mssfirs ,are.___ generally doing well. Mr. SatnueTT^mPipa and two others cleared £18 in six days, making Ml a'day to each man. It ii 're- ported that a'*2 bz, ^'nugget'* has been picked up at the diggings; All the 'return diggers from the Turon have starred for the Mookerra.1 'Itffact,'Molong: isi quite de serted. With the exception of a few ?grass widows/ and a melancholy hungry.looking ...

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Local Intelligence. BATHURST PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 September 1851

Hocal Intelligence. BATHURST PRICE CURRENT. Notwithstanding the large arrivals of flour from) Sydney this week, it still maintains its price, hol ders not being willing to sell. The beef market is still badly supplied. Bacon is becoming very scarce. A considerable quantity of cheese has been sold, butter .has been offered at alow figure. , , The vegetable market is well supplied, the fine cauliflowers being replaced with broccoli and large quantities of turnips. * - ? Flour — At last weeks quotations. Teas — Hyson Skin per. chest, £3 !0s to £-t 10s. Congou, £5 to £6 2s. Souchong,' £5 5s to £8 6s. Sugar — Pampanga and Taal, 4d. per lb. Company's No. 1 5dper'lb. Brandy — Martoll's i5s. tol5s..6d. per gal. V- -.'? Hennessey ,- 148. 6d. ditto. - Rum— -32 o. p. 10s. 9d. to Us. 'ditto. 1 Tobacco— Colonial 2s. 6d. to 3s'. per lb. ' , Npgrohead, 5s. 6d. to 6s. ditto. Barrett's 7s. ditto. Butter— Fresh, Is: to Is. 4d. Salt; Is. per lb. Cheese— 6d. to 8d. per lb. Bacon— 7^(1. ditto.. '. .,, H...

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