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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAT. "MEGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALENT". WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1851. POSTAL REFORM. NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

THE BATHUIIST TREE PRESS AND MIND5G JOURNAL-. 'SlAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRiEVALEBIT.' . WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBER 1, 1851. POiSTAL REFORM. , . no. I. . . One of ihe good signs of our times, dis turbed as they are and have teen by French resolutions. European wars, religious coa irpTersies! and gold discoveries, is the ex istence of a palpable, manifest desire on the nart of the ereat body of the people to be nefit themselves and their progeny by the promotion of practical and salutary reforms .? in both their social and political condition. .But not less .obvious than this sound and healthy trait in the character of men and na tions as the prevalence amongst nearly all governments of an obstinate and unreason able persistence, in the maintenance of forms and the support of abuses which have .nothing to recommend them but the musji vness of antiquity or the dust of ages. The first outcry for reform in any department is sure to meet with a cold official shrug from gentlemen' whose delegated du...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

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

- 0PRICES OF SECURITIES. I ???'??..? : .- . .?-.: -'.-u'd. '-, :.,..--Paiit|- '... t .-?'.:? Div. per Ann. up per it . , . i^t declared. . Share. Price. '.II --Bank Of AuBtralasla..;' ^percent; 40 ? £30 to £33 \ TJnlonBank ? . 10 ?' '? ? ; 26 ?- ? .\22per ot. I : ? ? 2 10s .f premium. , . Bank -rf.-W.-B.:Woto«. . 10 ' . ., , ; 20 £23 : \\ .CommertialBank. ... 10 ' .'25 £2? to £30 , ?Gas Light Company. ; . 10 ' « ' '' c £7 to £7 6s l» Steam Navigation Co. . , Batab. Julyl.1 16 „„„,„,„ 1 '-}«neral Assurance Co. 10* per cent. . 5 £16 £16108 K. S. W. JTatino ditto . Estab. August 0 10s £5 10a 1 'Bailway Company ..'. 5 per 'cent.-In. 2 6s 12s. 6d. 15s. . ' *i— ?'- ?, lop.ct. dis. 1 I ? Goyt. Pobentures— ; ? ; . ?„.. ???'? ? ? ? j N. 8. Wales. ;.-.... Interest 3d; per diem. [p.m. ,'i, New Zealand .....=. .„ 8 per ot. per an. 1 to 2 p. ot. W ?';?. . ? . .. ,'' ? .;? ? .',?;:.-..?? ??? - ? 5!p. -ofdis. I I v : [to par.. iji ' .'''?' '. '.'.'. :.; ', '..'.???.'.—'. ,..?.?.'' ' .''?.'? .' ' t...

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

Hocal Intelligence. To whom it may coNCBRN.-^-It may bs satisfactory to a few of our Bdthurst read ers to learn that Mr. John paviesi the pompous, impudent, bloated and unprinci pled bully who .formerly did the dirty work of the Bathurst police force 'is now luxuriating as emigration clerk at Laua ceston on 30v a week, the inhabitants of which place are wonderfully surprised with : the versatility of his genius. Upon the receipt of this intelligence we 'can' easily : fsnay caany of them glancing towards-' their- ledgers with a deep sigh..' ;..-:.? , %??? v .; Tnis Year's Clip -^-Six teams passed through Batburst, on their way to Sydney, loaded with wool, on Monday last. Shearers— A. body of men passed our office a few days ago, with; shears in their hands, on their track from the diggings to the Wellington .district. The certain,,, but moderate pron' is, to be shorn frorn the gold en fleece, had attractions superior in tbeir, eyes to the glittering deposits of the Turon: or Abercrom...

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

Stolen or Strayed, A DARE BAY FILLEY, almost approaching to a brown, 3 years old, branded BOYD on the; back, and fq on the off shoulder; A reward of £2 will be paid on delivery to ; JAMES HAYES, 1 Butcher, William-st., ' Bathurst. Sept; 26th, 1851. - The Star Hotel, Macquarie Place. MR. A. MENZIES, in returning his sincere thanks to his patrons and friends, for their kind support during his residence in George-street, begs to inform them he has opened those large and spacions premises late]/ known as Macqnarfe House, but now bearing the old sign of the Stak Hotel. Mr. Menzies trusts hi3 well-known character as a caterer, and the various comforts afforded at his late establishment, will induce all his old friends to try those of the new hotel. To his numerous I friends and connexions from the bush, this will he deemed a sufficient card. The usual 'Table d'Hote' will be at one o'clock. A good substantial dinner, including a glass of malt, One Shilling. Wines, Spirits, Malt Liquors, of...

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PROGRESS OF THE ELECTIONS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) THE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

PROGRESS OF THE ELECTIONS. , ? {{From the Sydney Morning Herald.) ' ? ',' THE ,IfBTUR-JS. ... ; ''. The following gentlemen have been elected as members of the new Legislative Council ; Argyle . . . ... .'..'. . . . . ,C. Nicholson. King and Georgina . . ; . J; Chisolm. Roxburgh & Wellington W. H. Suttor. Stanley i. ? J. Richardson.' Maneroo .... „.*;... A. Jeffreys. I Murrumbidgee ', ? G. Macleay. Lachltin arid Lower Dar -.ling.'.^...'. ? W. Macarthur. Liverpool Plains and ,, Gwydir ? ;?.... A.Morris. t.5. D. Lang. City of Sydney . . . . ?.'. ?- John Lamb. ? . ( W. C. Wentworth. Sydney Hamlets ? T. W, Smart. PaTramatta ? G. Oakes. Cumberland Boroughs . J.-H-. H olden. Southern Boroughs ... T. A. Murray, Northumberland ' Bo-' roughs,. ? G.R.Nichols. Stanley Boroughs .... R.. Jones. Eastern Camden ...';.. H. Osborne. ! Western Boroughs .... A. -TV Holroyd. fR. Fitzgerald. Cpunty of rCumberland.t J. B. Daryall.' ^forth-eaBtern Boroughs E. Flood,

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THE EXHIBITION OF 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

THE EXHIBITION OF 1851. Rustic Visitors. — An Example. — A remarkable feature of Monday's experience in the interior of the Exhibition, was the appearance there at an early h our, of nearly 900 agricultural labourers and country folk, from the neighbourhood of Gbdstone, in Surrey, headed by the clergymen of the parishes to which they respectively belonged and organised for the -occasion into com panies like a regiment of militia. They piiid Is. 6d. each towards 'the expenses of the trip, the rest being defrayed by the gentry of the neighbourhood ; and, not withstanding the state of the weather, they j were conveyed to the Exhibition and back again to their own homes in a very expe ditious manner, and with tho utmost care for their comfort. The railwny station was reached by waggons, and firora London bridge terminus to .Westminster, they were brought up by steamer. Th.ei.oce, after see ing Westminster-hall, they proceeded on foot and in marching order \.o the Crystal Palace^ and, ha...

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

Gold. rpHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of X GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, and Sydney. , ; L.l& S. SAMUEL. . Gold. HffR. R. COHEN will give the highest MARKET Jyl PRICE for gold, at his office/next door to Mr. Price, Hair Dresser, Australian Gold. '-??-- rpHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER *of X GOLD to any amount. _ ' . . WILLIAM. CUMMINGS. Clear Creek.June 26th, 1851. - : ,r i ':[?'_ CtOXlD. ' : ,. ',';. ^';: THE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD DUST in any quantity. ?'?- THACKER & CO. 541, George-street, Sydneyi fiATHUEST GOLD. rTiHE undersigned is a Purchaser of BATHURST' J. GOLD, in any quantities. ? '?? EDWARD SALAMON, 446, George-street* Sydney. Gold! Gold!! ff HE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of 1 GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. JQHNPEISLEY, Coach 8s Horses In n Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. C. P. DUNSFOm TS a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD 1 in any quantities* William-street. A large lump as a specimen wanted. Gold.. rpHE undersigned will give the HIGHEST...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free and Mining Journal." Louisa Creek, Sept. 27th 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 October 1851

Original Correspondence.     To the Editor of the " Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." Louisa Creek, Sept. 27th 1851. Sir,— Louisa Creek is no longer the scene of impatient anxiety, bustle and activity that it was a few weeks back, when its so- litudes were first invaded by an army of gold hunters. Fame with its thousand tongues and brazen throat had invested this rugged spot with a richness in the precious metal which it never possessed, and of the hundreds who have swarmed here from every point of the compass, only a small propor- tion have reaped a considerable harvest. Incredulous for a time, onwards they pressed with an impetuosity which could hardly have been exceeded by Caesar's invincible legions, although scores of dispirited pil- grims with disappointment deeply marked in their countenances lined the roads, the prevailing impression apparently being that a better fortune was in reserve for them. The naked truth has however been discover- ed ...

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

Notice. T OST on thp road from Sofala at the Turon to Lj Batliurst, TWO letters addressed D. KENNEDY, Esq., - Manager of tho Union Bank, Batliursf. whioh arr of no use to the finder. A liberal ns waifl will bt» given by Mr. Kennedy to any pei'son biinginq- tljem to tin* Union Bank, Bathurst. Bnrhurst, 30 Si-pt. 1851.' Siioeases of the Eye. MR. CART WRIGHT, 'Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London, &c, &c ,' intends to remain in the Bathurst district for three months. Any person anxious to consult Mr. Cartwnght may hear of his hours of consultation by applying either at Mrs. Blacks, Royal Hotel, Bathurst, or at Ophir. DR. READ, OF THE ROYAL NAVY', may also be consulted it Ophir on all diseases in cedent to the human frame. N.B. — A supply of medicines always on hand. Bathurst, Sept. 29th, 1851. ? ? '' '' '~ Farm to &et, mO LET, on lease for 3, 5 or 7 years, the FARM 1 of FLUSHCOMBE. containing 1,200 acres ; it ii situate on the Western Hoad, within 1...

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GOLD AT WINBURNDALE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

GO,LD,rAT. WINBURNDALE-CREEK. ? 'Very promising .'diggings have been c!ia covered in the lower portion of the Win burndale Creek, ubout 'five miles below Brucedaliv; ihe residence of W. H. Suitor's ; Esq. There are . about a 'dczeri; people at work-, who are procuring a cnars'e 'de scription of gold in con?iderable ? -qu h n I i ti es»'. Mr: Suttor. whni? has recently visited' the place, informs us -that thf men were pro curing more or less out' of every buck?t'of / earth ; and frnm appearances. hev h»d'rio doubt but gold would be procure:! there in us great 'quantity as nt the Turon. ('i

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press<AUT>Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

- .. ^jp wnni1..' w.m 'M**fwnt%nim t «n.i - i * my ji m w ?iiijii n j \wttt iwC'i— \ i *j^m -m*jwnrggpy ©viafnal (JDorrcspontrcucF. : ?'' tha Editor of the ' Bat hurst Free Press and. Minina Journal.' Sin, — As nil the Sydney journals are ju3f n°w philosophizing upon ,lhe gentlemanly Prnclice of, duelling, I am rather surpiised Von don't -favor ub- with -your sentiments Upon thp ftiihicrf. What do.vou t.hink about it? , Ycu'rs. QUIZ. [As our correspondent appears disposed '° quiz us, we ieply first thM there appears to lie a great deal of smoke about it, and ?CFcondlvf that it generally ends in smoke. ''?' further particulars we refer him to ^kenVs faithful plce'ch of t'ne celebrated hz\ between Mr. Winkle and Dr. Slamouer,

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THE DREAM OF OTHER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

THE'DItEAM OF OTHEU DAYS: B7 IIKXRI GERALD ' SFILL'A'Sf, A U. ~ . I cannot smile, I cannot smile. . ' * ' ' As once ulien we were one ! Nor yet, w ith one bright Finpe beguile , ' The Marlins hours alone ! I cannot pnze on'scenes once dear, Thii* sunliuams cilil the skies — ? AlKlife is ln:t a silent Irar ? , - 'I hat fills the lieart and, eyes ! I r^n 1)-j» werp. T can'but weep, .And pice for raptures !»one, , M'hon hipr«v'h'1rl'» nv hushed in sleep — And I am Ft?)] a'onc ! W'hrn Man roll on in si'ent night, O\r realms of splendid wop, J \vc\\ far iIipp. my lost delight— Sweet joy of long ago ! Of youth'-* pny dream, of youth's gay dream, Amid the cheer It ss hours. Vv spirits fa;nt, to catch one beam That in the past was ours ! VYi uh°p amid tho fearful fjloom. Hip srieam reflects the rays,. - 'TKlight. that pi Ids a duscrt tomb — . The dream of oilier du) s !

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Select Poetry. THE BAPTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

v |^clrtL^pc«.l^^ THE'llAPTI'M. 4 ? ? . By N. P. Willis. Phe stoorT nplin the meeknpss of n hearty w .'Rpstiiisr. 5n fGo(C«nilirold-'lierTiir young1' child''' - TTp-in |p,r I(0£oi!),',wi(!i its* g«»n tin eyes u ,1'oMni iiTslwp, as if its j-oul hail £rnne 'To whisper the 'liapilAnrial vow'jn'Ueayptf !'' '''*,' The'praver went up «lrvn«itlv. null tlxVlipV a/-* . Of the j»ood n»aii»trl--'A«'tl fervently with faith N That it would .In' evenns lie prayed, ..* - Ami the bwei't.rhil.i ho gatlir/d to the fold . j j Of Jrsiis.' As- 'the ho'y words went on, ' lTi^r lips roovpil silmlly, nnd tears — fast tears, , Ptuie from vl-Piifalh Ikt laches.'1 and upon , Tii' for«-h;w«,of the lieaiiMful-rhild Uv .y-ft % ? t 1 \yith.thp' lMptisma) tt;alcr. * Tlicn I thought ^'I'h'at.'to the tye of Gisd, motherJa tunis \ yroulfl ^e.a (Iwprr.cnvrniiii!,' which sin^ ^ * !A nil the tem|'tn»Jons of th-j world, nnd ilenJh, , ' 'Would leave tinhioken. and that :»hfi \\u\xh\ know , In thp.cliMr liKhuof 'Hoaven. ho...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

? ARuEsr ov-'-bszypp'-'&amp;TvXtiT'i %ANe rr We rearh from Mr. Gantz. tjf Gregory and Co's express, thatM'K^nzie,. innpHoBted in Stuart'sconfession, was arrested at S!»cra nisnto City, by a member of the Vigilance Committee from this city, assisted by offi cer Schultz of Sacramento. Ha was brought down by the steam-boat last evening ' handcuffed, and taken off to the roonpo of the Committee. We understand that he has been charged with the commission of several crimes in Sacramento. ' . Two Mkn killed at 'Sonoha.— ? A; .re port was brought to the city vesterdkyV ^we' ' learn, of another affray at Sooorn( which? took place on Sunday night* »n which twji ' men were killed. The particulars, as stated, - are as follows : The parties, William Fiijcd and .Robert Cardwell, got into a dispute at . a gambling table, when Cardwell seized Ford, and in the ecuffl- that ensued the lat ter bit off the lip of his antagonist Gardwell. Cardwell then left the house, procur'ed a '' pistol, returned...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

QARDKNING ;AND; AGRTOPIiTUUilirMEltOKANDA.: .?^?5?-: (Wf *? -FOR' OCTOBER. ; -' 'V' : ;' TnE5GABt)iiy :' 'Sow- cabbage, leitWoi'Taaisiics, carrots/ onions; tyeksi,' peas, .broad, beans, Trench beans, and tur nivs'; plant' cabbnKe, lettnce,. iind potatoes.— The Field : The. iatfer.t end of. this month plant potatbes.4-TnE Vine : G rafting , ttan,, .vine i to bo .practised . this month j, Jko buds bogintb'shobt towards the end of this'inouth.' . ,':

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press<AUT>Mining Journal." Sofela, Sept. 27th 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

[ -,. - ??-,, -.-- ?8ofala^Septr27th_l8JI. ' I 7V tia Editor of ili^iicitiiitrs't J Fret 'P feu and \ ?'? .????:'; '''Miiiing' Journal '.'-? ? '?'.'? '?''. \ .: ..-? ! fijB.—Tordiiy (Sanday,)' I have' been an evowit j - nrss tb,one of the most br.utal and revolting scenes; ! ever piy-.y es beheld. ;This afternoon from 300 to; ! 400 peo'ple assembled tpg.ethertoenjoyi a pugilistic ! contest betweentwo drunlsenj fellows who -had ma* naged toget up.a q'uarrcli.in theirictips; The^meh i were seconded and backed by .their respective 1 friends, and they, tore aivd mauled each other very i Vigorously for a short period. At length aery of ftful play was raised 'and the friends and backers i interfered^ ' Oiit' of this interference! a Beries of ! 'fights arose, and in less than half an Jiburl.from ; i dght to tcfrbattTes had Tb^een, 'fought,, which were accempanied by a degree- of obscenity and bjacic i Kuardism which.defies:aHde'i5criptioh. ' How'liirig things -would, haye. continued in thi...

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Sydney. THE LATE DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

!^ll^';^^':.'^simc^r '.?.'.?^^ C From the Sydney Morning Herald.) - ; THE LATE WJEL. It was generally known in Sydney on SandiyV'that, on the previouV 'evening,' a hostile meeting had taken place between Lieutenant-Colonel Sir' Thomas L. Mit chell and Mr. Stuart A. Donaldson, ML G. The correspondence Avhich has iappeared duringrthe- last few days in the Sydney Morning Herald, explains the origin of ^tti.e. misunderstanding ; but it may b? proper to refer briefly, in this plsce,. to the circdm-' stances as they beenrred.' On the occasion of Mr. Donaldson's speech on the hustirigs at the late election for' the county 'of par'' ham, he v?a3 reported to have complained that, in this \ colony, ' the SarveyorGe neral's department costs: £40^000 per 'an-' n«m.' In a letter which S;ir Thomas Mir chell addressed to thi9 journal, and which was published by us on Friday-last, he con tradicted Mr! Donaldson's alleged state ment; and added that, '.he, left the public to stamp its pwnj reprobatio...

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SHIPS, COLONIES AND COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

SHIP?r COLONIES AND COMMERCE. ; Ia a lecture on the .above subject, -? deliv ered 'at Liverpool, the following, remarks! occur :—-Mr. Duncan then proceeded to comment .on our. colonial policy. ..He dwelt forcibly on their extent, tbeir popu lation their riches ; shewing that in British India alone we had 100,000.000 subiects, while we might add to them in a commer cial sense, another 50.000,000 soub. sub jects of native princes, our tributaries, or allies. . If tbsse were enabled to consume: our goods to the extent of os. only per head, this would give us an export trade of 40 millions sterling. (Hear, hear.) It is onr interest, therefore, to enrich British India, and there create markets for the pro duce of our industry. We should construct railways in that country, to bring down, its cotteu and. other valuable commodities to the coast. In the same manner we should deal with our other colonies, to enable them to buy ..more largely than they do now the products of our skill and inge...

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ANOTHER MAGISTERIAL VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

ANOTHE a M AGI STERI AL ' VICTIM The example set by Mr. Hafdwicke, in committing : to prison Captain Paulett So merset, is likely to prove seriously obstruc tive to the freaks of the young gentlemen of the fashionable world. Another victim has been 'sacrificed at the magisterial shrine, Thesufferer on this occasion is Mr. James Crawford, under twenty years of age, and connected with a family of korb'e distinc tion residing at Norwood. With other erentlemen:of rank and1' fortune he attended Epsora on the day when the Oaks stakes were' run forj Whether be had been suc cessful or riot in the betting robmB 'does not Appear, but certain it is that he had parta ken very freely 'of wine, and was consider ably 'elated' when he took his place in the last carriage' of the tirain which left Epsom' at a quarter to ten b'cilbck in the evening. Tht»t carriage was provided, as is uBual in the'riighr, with two 'brilliant red lights, as danger signals. ; Actuated by a spirit of misphief; the young a...

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