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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 — 27 September 1851

,#r(smal CDorbsponlncnce, To '/the Editor of the ?? Bathurtt Fr** Prtt -;.i ' -? o;. a»td! Mining Journals :; SiR,-^!^ the'folldvving scraps are' wor- tHy -of a- place ia !your paper, they west your service; i-; ' ? ' 'The Commissioners are doing their beat to suppress ely-grdg-selling, but so'fa-* at 'dram .drinking' is an ? evil, their attempt* safe 'fu'tiiei -;and the only benefit these gen tlemen are conferring, is npon the Ale and Beer sellers, not- unon the community. Tbe i-t'wb gallon 'Iicense8 are working a great deal of miscbifef, and for wantof effecfiva Burveillnnce,' many of the retailers in fl* grant;disregard of the termB of their licen ses, ; are; opeuly. selling their beer by tha ;pannikin. ? Qa Sunday last two black gina ..werei made --:ery; drunk, and . afforded re ra ispoirt: to.ampb of? young native lada wh^ .assembled around them, and bellowed and hallooed, in- a very disgraceful faehiuu, and several inebriated diggers were seen rolling about the licensed booths...

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Colonial News. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

'????? i;:' ?' '' ^^iilKSS-^'''-^ ;/! ^MORETON BAY. ? SnBARiNQ'^^'rheair , that, shearing ;had* comjtnenced at Warra.jat the Woolshed, arid1 nt Mr. Andrew's station. At the above; the sheep,' wer^ being 'sliora'unwasliey.' :; £bear -ng^hadi.aiao.,!(bouiraenced'^ on washed. sheep} »nd; Mr. jGammie, was to- commence on Monday ne?t. Heavy rain fell on the Cqjiidamme'AASt^oQd&y.^Moretan. Bav Free* Pressi Sept.' i.1 ; ? -^ ^ ,, Whalfs in Morkton Bay. — -Several large: black' whales were seen in the day on Thursday ;(Augnat 7), by Mr. Wilson, of. the ketch Aurora. It would; appear that the aboriginal natives here have a supersti tious horror of those large inhabitants of the' deep, as a well- known' black called, 'Bundle,' 'who. was on board ;the Aurora when the whales passed, 'expressed the strongest symptoms. of. terror,1 arid attem'p'r ted to concigal himself,- making- rthe most energetic signs of caution and secrecy .— i^.., B.\Courier.:i'* ;.- ' '. . -. '.'-?' - ^Jjjsdkr By; ...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

w i !^1;J¥6Ri;^ phillip. ;? ;.;f ? - Thb Late; Shooting Case.-— The six ruffians wKd^we're remqve'i^the^other day from the' Pentridge- stockade, are represen ted; by JM r.-: Barrow to be the m.ost mutinous an dd Btermined sca'ajpa1 Vhatrit has 'evert f al- ' len'tp .thttt7g^Qero!ai/s Ibttb; have under Jits (control. ; M/r.^Barrpw ; .vvaa ,cq(^ pelledj 'to' send them !to. Melbourne in self-defence, i as he fe't that he was n6 longer able' to^beacr countable 'for their 'safe custody ;? 'in; conpe .quence^ of .tije ^yery:/;.iuefficient^.statc;pf the , building ;?. '.-which':.; has been allotted ? to: the reception', of- corivictsi'viz. ithe stockade at: Pentridge. It ia'to be hdjperJthat the riiearis of ; enforcing the sentehc^a ] which the law passes ^ on felons^ w.ilj.enga.ge^he early., at tention of. the Legislative Council. — Argus; rilMPPRTANT to Gold Butbbs ! ! — i^r; O. J. Dennya had drawn :my 'attention, to 'a. 'disgraceful. i'7p7dsitipn'p^fc^ of b,unsfpr'd';and: Col at I3,unin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

«!5qUj ^puuijasers. Gold. THE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, and Sidney. L. & s! SAMUEL. ©bid. MR. R. COHEN will give the highest M AltKET PIUCE for gold, at his office, next door to Mr. Price, Hair Dress«, ' -; -i Australian Gold. rpHE undersigned 'is- a CASH PURCHASER of jL GOLD to any amount. ' 'WILLIAM CUMMINGS. . . Clear Creek. Juno 26th, 1851. ? ? ? -%6xmD* ' ' ? JT1HE nnrlersign'eil are PURCHASERS of GOLD X DUST in any quantity. THAGKKR &CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. BATi--USt3T GOLD. fPHE undersigned is a Purchaser, of BATHURST J. GOLD, in any quantities. EDWARD SALAMON, 446; George-street, ? v Sydney. Gold! Gold I! npBE undersigned is:a CASH PURCHASER of JL GOLD, both at -Orange1 and at Ophir. JOHN PEISLEY, Coach. 8s Horses Inn, Orange. I ' ? ? - * Gold. 'Gold. ©old. C. \P. DUNSFOED TS a CASH PURCH ASER of BATHURST GOLD J. -in any quantities. William-street. A large lump as a specimen wanted. Gold. fipHE undersigned will give t...

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English News. THE RIOT AT TAMWORTH. Tamworth, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

CBttgUsf) Kctos. ? ^ THE RIOT ATTAMWpRTH. ' fFrom the Liverpool Journal, May $\-J ' ? ' Tamwoith, Thursday evening. The Protectionist landlords in the neigh, 'bourhood of Tarn worth having, a few -weeks since, determined upon getting up a small agitation in that district of Staffordshire and 'Wauvickshire, with' the view to advance their neculiar BrinciDles. and proclaim their peculiar grievances, the affair came off last evening, and. as was anticipated, it led to a serious breach of the peace : from 9 till, ^ 1*2, o'clock at night the town was in pos session of the mob ; a very large number of persons were seriously injured ; a conside rable amount of property has been destroyed, and a great deal ofill feeling has been ' originated, which it may take a long time to' eradicate, between the tradespeople and friends. ? From the first moment that the purpose to hold this meeting was declared, the tree ira'de spirit of the people has been exhibited in every form,; the artisans in this ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

HOUSE OF COM MON3. . (From the Daily News, June lith.) The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved a vote to defray the » expenses of the Kaffir war. Briefly alluding to the cost of the preceding hostilities and the state of the frontier tribes during; the interval, the right hon. baronet explained some of the military urrangements that had .been effect ed,, in order to facilitate future operations and diminish their expenses. He rejoiced to state that the resulting charge was much less than had at one moment been appre hended. A vote of £300,eOO had already been anticipated, and a total extra cost of £400,000 computed for the six months expiring on the 31st of July next. But from the experience of the warfare during' the .three months, for which the accounts were already sent: in, the actual war ex penditure for the half-year could not rea sonably be expected to exceed £212.00.6. There were 15 ,000 roe h novr under arras in the colony, and T 30,000 in the whole receiving- '^cbraraii/sati...

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English Intelligence. DEATH OF Mr. SHEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

-Smiiisl) Intelligence. ., DEATH OF Mr. SHEIL. One of the most brilliant rhetoricians of the age in which he lived (the Right Hon. Iinlor Shell) has prematurely closed his re markable career in a foreign laud, and in a manner so sudden that the surprise with which the event must ocas;on will be only exceeded by the deep affliction of his friends and the regret of the public. The deceased ? was a native of Dublin, born in the year .1793. At the age of 21, in the year 1814. he was called to the Irish bar. In the pro fession of the law, though he attained the Tank of the Queen's counsel, he never en 'jbyed lucrative practice. On remarkable : -ocasions he held briefs and made showy .speeches, but the attorneys had no confi ' derice in bis legal acquirements, and though {nejudges regarded affectionately his perso nal character, and greatly admired his genius, yet his arguments were listened to ''with comparatively little attention. It was ?..aaidi however, that he determined if posr , * ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Prest and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

-^h'gCnal ^omgponttcnce.. .To the Editor of ihe 'Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.' , Sib,— Having read in your paper one or two rather flattering accounts of the Tarshisb diggings, I resolved to repair to that locality to procure information, and having taken some pains to arrive at the truth, I furnish     you with the particulars for publication.       Your former correspondents have spoken of   the diggings in much too flattering terms.     I fear that in representing the earnings of     the miners at 7s. 6d., 10s., and £1 a day, they have other objects in view than merely   supplying a statement of facts ; for after   visiting fifteen cradles, and watching them   closely, I discovered that 5s. to 6s. per day   was about the average. If, then, people   who have made up their minds ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

Ale and Porter. ALE and PORTER, in quantities not less than' two gallons may be obtained at the Stores of the undersigned, near Mr. Rogers' Stores, Turou River, . . : ; . ... J. NEAL-. Sept. 20th, 1851. .', , -?? ' Kotleo. '' ;'*'- ''?/:.'?_ '? ''' rnHE highest WAGES in thel':CdlonyMgiven to JL SHEPHERDS SHEARERS &c.,^ip ''?New; England and the Northern Districts. I .. ??? : -^ O'Connell Plains, ' fin HE General Store at this place will.be closed 1 this month (September.) All persons owing accounts are requested to settle them without delay. ?? - .??.'?.'??,. . ,, , . , W. J. JONES. ?? Two Pounds Howard. ' f T OST, from the Ophir. diggings, a very dark L; ? iron grey saddle MARE (might, be mistaken for black), with one hip down; branded UU on off shoulder ; supposeU to be ia'.tli'e tieighboui!hood;of Scotch Harry's. .--.?-? .../..;...-. .. ?'. ''.?;'.; ' i-y':'r'--- .'.??.A.iiso,,,- ' :'? . ? -... ??;??'. t-i -.'v' , Lost ;from the Turon diggings, a light cjlqreel dapple-gre...

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press<AUT>Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

1\iike' Editor 'of the ' Bathurst Free Press, and ,i . i Min*n9 Journal.'? . .. Sri^~In your report of my address to tho Electors, on Friday last, on the occasion of my return as Re presentative for. the Western Boroughs, I: sea an inaccuracy which I ana desirous to correct. From your report I am made to' say (in speaking of Res ponsiblo Government), that '.I very' much feared I that we should experience some difficulty m select I ng tho Governors and Exocutiva from such materials ' as our present Legislatures are composed of.' I 'What 1. said in substance was this— -that I was hr 5 ? favor of Responsible Government in the abstract, I hut that the Colony was not yet ripe /or it. — that I though the Writs for Members of the Legislative j| Council had been but for more than two months, in I some districts no candidates had offered themselves I until within a few days of tho Elections-— that a I seat in the Council ought to be an object of ambi i tion, and that when the rising generati...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

^-8nalis§^cto|.': .??'';?' Intelligence frora England to June. 8th- has reached Geeloni? .; by the Brilliant from ; London, and the Statesman, after an. aston-- ishirig.rapid passage, of; 77. days, was, the - bearer of ' Englisji. news. %o the 24th ! of June.;. .? ; .: ..?-.. ??;...'-. ... -?..??????:?. ' -5i: ; .T,he foilo!wiog,.sutnmary, compiled from the Port Phillip papers, is extracted , frpray ike Empire:-— '??.,,'?: .':?;.. ,.- v- .;?-.,, ;. ?''?' .The Queen and /Royal Family, weire jiwell- nnd continued frequent.yisitprs, at the.,Grand^ Exhibition. : ;?;/ '' '.??';'.:?' '? -v's ,v^Kr-i \ ????'?? T The last Staf e; Ball ih .thus spoken of : — ?' ' Her Majesty's Stale Ball; . in the costume of the Restoration, took, place on Friday ; evening, at. Buckingham Palace, and, aa a festiyalpraciously designed to giyennim-: petus to the trade of .the Metropotis.^muat0 h«yev effected its objects \mpst corapletely.' Velyet, . satin, and gold and silver tissirea formed the staple of .rac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

(ffiobernment ' G5 alette. *' IMPOUNDED, ' ' . At Hartley, on the'lOth day of September, 1851, rfrom' Mr. Thomas Brook's, ior trespassing in a la.growinp-crop : — One bay filly, ,HMP conjoined on the off shoulder, no white about her, about three years old j( da 1 mages Is. ' ? To be sold at the Pound Gate. 24 days from the (first day of publication, if not sooner released. 9s. JAMES M'CAY, Poundkeeper. At Mudgee, on -the 7th diy of fipptember, 1851, from the. tillege paddock of Air. Hen'r/ Barton, of Mudgee :— ....... , One white and 'red bullock, car marked, 'branded JS near hip and thigh, 6 years old; ' jb . ; Also at Mudgee, on the 8th day of September, 1851, from the Estate of Messrs. Robert and William Lowe.'Esqrs., of Wilbitree : — ^ i. One white mitred spotted heifer, both cars marked, iinbranded, 1 year old. t , ?? One black heifer, white spot on forehead, ofTear ? mar+ed, brands illpgible, I vear old.' ? ' ? ' One white and red spotted -heifer, ?unbranded, 1 year old.1' . ....

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GOLD SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

GOLD SCRAPS. Mr.- John Want arrived in Bathurst; a few days ago. on his way to Sydney, having disposed of his third share of a digging claim for £100. In course of a conyersa* tion with him, we learnt that his visit to the diceinffs was promoted rather by curio* sity than any serious intention of turning gold digger, but as the cradle rocked very profitably, his pleasure . trip assumed the shape of ft pecuniary speculation, and he returns to the metropolis about £1000 richer than when be left it for the Turon moun tains. An old Californian digger, naaned Woodward, a relation of Mr. Morgan's, of the Spread Eagle inn, Durham-sireet, has realized about £1600 by digging, and we believe without much hard labour. Mr. Woodward was the discoverer of the piece of gold we termed the King Lump, which was taken by Mr. Austin to Sydney-ebortly after the existence of our El Doraio was made known by Mr. Hargraves, and has been remarkably successful in his gold dig ging pursuits, in which, he has. ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

ILocal £tuc!ligcnte. A Batorst Roudy%~A ' ceitjin very. ignorant young man, who appears to pos sess much more money ^han decency, has been in the habit of, obtruding himself very disagreeably before the notice of the audi ences during the past week, both at the cir cus and the concert rooms. Ia the former place, he shows hi3 manhood by smoking;, contrary to the rules of the establishment, and 'would like to know the man who would prevent him;' whilst in tbe latter, he conducts himself like a superlative don key, oy talking aloud during the perform ance of some of the finest pieces of melody, or amuses himself by giving vent to hoarse peals of horse laughter, to the great discom posure of all decent-minded people near him. As this particularly vulgar and ex ceedingly uncultivated biped, presumes upon bis physical strength, to anaoy and disturb hi3 neighbours, merely to show what a des perately fine fellow he ia, we would recom mend him to the n tice of the proprietors of both places ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 27 September 1851

FaionTPUij Murder by the Blacks at 'Wibjs Bay.ttBv the Albion schooner, which arrived oaThursdft} last from Wide Bav, intelligence has been received of the murder hv the blacks of Mr. George Nelson Street, lately of Cassilis, who had recently raoved liia .Bheep from the latter place to Wide Bay, for the purpose of forming stations there. About three weeks ago he was missed from Ijis temporary station, and search being im mediately made, his body was discovered the following day frightfully mutilated by the spears of the natives, la so dreadful a state was the body that it was necessary to bury it were it was discovered. We are I .sorry to add, that no sooner, was the , miir i der of their master known, than hi3 shep-^ ; berda left his flocks to the mercy of the ! blacks, and broached a cask of wine which* had just arrived at the station. Ssorneof the floekhplders in the neighbourhqodhear ing of this most disgusting proceeding, by force -broke in the head of the cask, and Mr. Treveth...

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SYDNEY MARKETS:—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

SYDNEY :MAB.KETS;~Friday. !i Thb. Miils.— Messrs. Barker and Co. : | Thb Wheat brought to market this week li has been of inconsiderable amount; the || price has ranged from 8s. to 10s. according i to Quality. A reduction of £2 per. ton has (| taken place in flour, present prices being for I :fine£23, for seconds £21. per ton of 2000 )( lbs f. bran lOd. to lid. per bushel. Mr. )j Breillat: A large supply of wheat has ar II rived to market this week than usual, and jj; the prices have been somewhat depressed. ;! J'air samples have been s6ld at and under | :9a. per bushel. Van Diemen's Land wheat 'I is held for lOstto lls. per bushel, and up | wards. At auction, a parcel was withdrawn fi at 108. Owing to several parcels of flour ;. having lately been forced upon the market, § it has sustained a temporary fall of £2 per ;! ton, fine quality being now £23 and tecond | ;£21 per ton. Bran Is. to Is. 2d. per busb i el, and expected to be higher. Mr. Smart: £' With the exception of two or t...

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

PEICES CURRENT. j| . wool. ' b: d. a. 'd. H Superior clips ? .v. .. 1 (3j ' || Fair to good ? .'... ? I ;2. to 1 2J ?'?,' Low to middling. ? i. ..'.:.. 1 ''0 ;| . ^Grease ? ; ? .* ? 0 - 5£ I] Locks, pieces, broken wool, Sec. 0 8 ?;| Hand washed and scoured.. .... 1 1 y.1 ? TALtovr...-., j-r ?I Beef .. ; ? '..... ':'£2'7 1.0' 0 to £28 0. 0 1 Mutton ? .;.....* -28;(6 0 30 ; 0 0 || '.Station tallow.. ....;.' '25- !0' 0' : 26' ,0 0 ijfi ' Hides^eachU. .-.-.. -.-* -.-.? -5s* to-7s.;6d. ' \ M ?; Sheepskins, perlb.^..; 3^; to 5^d. 1|: .???.. v;-:.'ii ,'.-.:?' .-aoijl).- ?_?; .'.?''';'. ''''[. I 'Dust and nuggets^'per oz.,' £3 4s; to £3 6s. |: :v':':'':ly^V ''. '-V ?MORT.ANp, BROWN. 'I - . ^Circular Quay, Sydney, ; September 26. I- Mort akd rBaowN's PaoDDCB Sale, September I '25.~~Wool, I. Field,'* bales at Is. 1 Jd., 4 ditto at I is. l^d. ; 4 ditto at ls.ld. ; JL, 2 ditto.at Is. ]-|d. ; ?; H, 9 ditto, at is. 0|-(l..; O (broken), 1 ditto at Is. tt '«4d.; T, (skin) I ditto at 4d-; T, (handwa...

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

lEngltsij EnteUucnic. It appears that the recent Papal excite ment has had the effect of increasing the funds of the Bible Society by £12,000. The military authorities have ordered 30,000 of the' improved muskets, which carry a conical-shaped ball, to be prepared for the army. In the county court at Alfton.last week, an action wiis brought for the recoyery of one penny. Lady Franklin'B Jast ship, the Prince Al bert, has sailed for Davis's Straits in quest of her husband. The Breslavo Gazelle states the arrests of the Countess of Teleky and Madame Er derly at Falfalro in Hungary, on a charge of maintaining a correspondence with the Hungarian refugees in London and, Asia ?Minor. Both ladies are to be tried by court martial ! Thepublic anxiety, as to the future, con-, tinues to have a sad effect upon trade in France, and to cause great depreciation' of property. Last week a house .near the Boulevard Beaumarcha'i3, which wa9 sold by auction in 1847 for 300,000f., was again brought to th...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

PRODUCE CiRCULAR. Advices have been received via Port Phil lip, from England, to the end of June, but we perceive no alteration in the markets for bur produce. , Transactions here have been very small, yet. better rates have been given than those which ruled last week, both for wool and for tallow. Exchange, we are sorry to say, continues to go sadly against the producer, which is sadly. to be lamented, looking to the many unforseen difficulties which he has now to ?contend ?with. - FaBiQHTs to London. — Wool, Oa. $d. per lb. ; hides, 15s. to £1 per ton; tallow, £2 5s. lo £2 10s. per ton ; oil, £3 to £3 10s per tun, imperial ; gold, J per cent. ,'. ' ': Exchange on London — Bank drafts, 2£ per cent, ?discount. PalVATB-BIH.S ?HYPOTHECATED' AGAINST PKO» duce— 5 per cent, discount. ?. ; ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

GARDEJttNGr-AND AGnTCUTiTURAIi MBJIOEAITDA fok September; The Gardes : Sow cabbage, lettuce, .radishes, carrots, onions, leeks, peas, broad beans, French beans, and tur .nips ; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes.!— The Fielb : The latter end of this month plant potatoes.— The Vine : .Grafting the vine to be practised this month; thobuds begin to shoot towards the end of this month.

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