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Colonial News. THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

CTolonfarjaefos. r THE DIQGINGa \ ' The intelligence from the diggings still continues; to bepf a; highlyi satisfactory nature* ' 'and : in 1 fact' nb ^ne! has a rightctd complain unless by ' the contrast made; ber tween those who- make a living, and others whose good fortune has planted them on a rich allotment; but the :chances vary ex-' ceedihgly. In one instance -a digger has juft' covered- His 1 expenses, and on both sides of him are two others digging in a parallel line With birri who have been exceedingly' fortunate. Dunlop's party of three made 12 dz in a ?week,'- Furby's and two men coV ?lected ! 1.4f oz ? these' are not the most . successful. A laundress ; named Fish has rnade^2i»*z in a week between the times of her- cooking and cleansing labours. One exfc'elUat ttaiv ; in the'eharactcr of the miners is-the scrupulous integrity : not one act of dishonesty has becurted, although it is common to leave the tents aad gutiyaa unprotected, and even on Sindays. when the owners a...

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VOLCANIC ERUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

- 'vdikftMi -. EaupriosV '' '- ? Km ition* \rn i»«»!'»«-Jilly preceded .by. Jon ?*? pub tMr.anp*'mri'o'i'r's, ---in'1 frequently by alight shocks of earthquakes. The sounds are rit-scribed as being sometimes of the most ?iwful description. . Humboldt mentions ithat ihe ceilings, in' the'palace at Portiei, at the /not of Vesuvius) were cracked- by the'roere effect of the 'concussion in the air. The noisi ia taid bv some to resemble dischargee of heavy artill ^ryj and ' awful roaring*.' On the occasion of an eruption of the voU rano of Cozeguii-». in Central America, the 'explosions are said to have been heard over ».n Hrea of , nearly l,5()0 miles in diameter. Daring an eruption of Mount To-nhoro, in l-iumbawa, one qf the smaller islands of the Indian Ocean, the sound-? w,pre heard in Snmmatro, at a distance of 070 geographi-. Orfl milef; ar-d at Ternate, in »n opposite direction, at a distance of ^20 miles. At the time when .these tounds are ibsuing1 fiorn beneath the ' ground, colu...

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

-* BanKen's Ciieeeo. fpHE undersigned having purchased £ 100 worth ~ 1 of cheese from Ranken's far-famed dairy, hegs to inform his customers and the public gene rally, that he is prepared to retail it at reduced ?prices. , Amongst the remainder will he found cheese of large dimensions, and excellent quality. Hay, corn, oats, and every description of Fod ? der, of the first quality, can be had on the pro mises, at reasonable rates. . _ ? WALTER SHORT, . , ; ' ' Opposite the Free Press Office, ? William-street, Bathurst. ?^ept 30th, 1851. ., , Increased Attraction. ETHIOPIAN ENTERTAINMENT. XT THB COMMERCIAL INtf, BATHUEST, On WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1st, and FRI DAY, OCTOBER the 3rd. XLBVENTH AND TWELFTH CONCEaT. Nigger Ztecture. TUTESSRS. HOWSONS AND HYDES beg to in J.YJL form the inhabitants of Bathurst and its vici nity, that previous to their departure for the Turon, they 'are induced, at the request of several friends, In give a series of Ethiopian Entprtainments ; the first of which ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

/^ow! iLiudltg^cc. ; ,';'--;Thb '? RovAi Olympic . '. 'CiRpns.^Mr. Jones opened' his e6tHblishment;on Tbursaav-' ' e%'ening last w ith a b'u nnpi n» 'h6u 38. a inongst whom ? 'was a cbr^iiderable1 sprinkling, of, ihe.fair sex;V : The taste ; 'displayed :iu- the nrran^erneiits atid decoralions of the buikling js creditable to his skill as an artist. Several mishaps occurred ' ac the ccimmencetnent of . the performance, which occH3ionad a liitlo delay,, but ,u:reatallovTance3fire;to be made , for' the1 hurried manner in 'wn'fclV the p7e-' puratiooa were .luiide. Ths amu3smar:tt» were of 'a mixed ^hutttct-jr, n'rul consisied prinitinaily of gyiunastio feat?, Wine of which were very cleverly, executed.; ,; Mr. Joae*' prrrformincs 00 tlie ti^lit '/rope da eervedly drew' down great Wpp'lause.'.. The 'rquea^rian portion cf the B'tnuseinenta. was c-0-tducted by Mr. ; 'Jones ^ in person, wlio rode, a ''young colt bdre-b/icked, which had only been roped ten days, and put hira th'rbugh a ?g'rf...

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

(So&cmmcnt -$fa?cttr. - ' . ' IMPOUNDED. - . ' '' *s At ilidong'. on' the IS h day of S^ptemUr. 1S51. from Boree Run, 'r— One spotted bulL calf, unbranded. :, One strawberry cow, B off hip, JR near hip. ' ,'? ? One strawberry b'lill calf, Jll'nsar hip. One brown steer, unbranded.. One brown steer, if .brandsd not legible. ? One red heifer, unbranded. One red Utillock, C off hip, with a blotch' brand ''tinder. One brown poley cow, JM hip' and rib* off . side. Oivj vellnw heif-r calf, unbranded. One red bullock, S wi'h S under off hip. One red sleer, B off hip. H H near hip. One mouse coloured bullock, like^H. near hip. ^ . One bilJ face bull calf, unbranded. One red bullock, GR near. hi--. O.ne red steer, if branded not legible. One whi*e steer, like J off hip. One yellow and white cow, HM ofif ribs/ One spotted bull calf, unhranded. Qne black cow, M XK oft hip. Qne bl'ck heifer calf, unbranded. One black steer, J off hip, illegible 'brand on shoulder, , , One white steer, WP...

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English Intelligence, THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

1=nnltsD JntcUmnuc. THE GREAT EXHIBITION. ' Machineuy — On- S«turd«v the royal party fru'ii the Pn*ace c-X'imintd tb'e wrsteui half of the space devoted to innthtuery in motion, and a.s this b, pel haps, the Wtust wonderful and important pssrt of the whole colU'ction, the iit'en ion Le&towtd upon it Was comineusuruteiv threat 'I he i/luatnous paity. were attended by Mr. Cubitt, i*i evi- dent of the Institution of Civil Kngir.eerp, apd by Mr.' Hensman. who l-a^ conducted' with $o much nhilit y the m-;n:igenient/t'f this great rdr'p-rt»»en\ AJv. Dilke and Col,, Ueid also utvciiopanieci the royal visitors, while Air. CjIu look the youtg p'incesses by ta difF.'teut mute through the iatcricr. Her Mhjebty exuruiuied witb'g»eHt care and inteiest ihe varied display c.f btauilful ma chi; cs fc:r thij :r.; nn/ac:uie (f col'toii at:d wool, listening niiitt 'patiently to' the expla nations of e-jch, uijd 'leceiviu'g 'exhibitors w;sh a conutrctnlion which must h^ve gia tified their, i mo...

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

...?New -3oort ? Hpusa.-r-The' Government have at length determinedjon ereclinga new Water Police Office, on a plan adequate to meet the great increase of business in all its departments which the exigencies of this port now seem likely to cause in a very ??fe\v~rn'ojiitKs7*v A' site' on the Circular ^ Quay, -will be marked buV by the Surveyor..Ge neral forthwith '; and ' building 'operations are then to be!. immediately begna.y^S.'-M.: Herald. '.!i.- ?.-.?.::. '? .'?? ?'?-?- *-?+-. ?; .'-v:a ?:?:;; .-..?..? Gold- ExPORTSi-^Bytb'e^ May Queen, .which sailed yeeterday. for London, 4-he fol. lowing ainounts of the precious metal t were, exported ;H-r, : ?-. 'X?.-. oi'i ?-?- --n ?0''-''^\'l '?'?'? .'. '-nnvin/ff '.-!/';?? '?V;'. ''; ' '' ' * ozl'^dwt* \ ' ; :^LYand1SjSRyerVfU./.-..V05l'j,^:: ('?'...' O ''.El.:,S^iarnpn..'i-...i.. . . ...?. , .-J*833.j-ii- V. ,: ? A.,- Drqtttleri ? . . .? . .- . .-??;?. :. 95G; . # Itv Campbell (tertius). ; 4900 . ? - J;^rkrJY^::U ;';.ri%r':i ' ' x-.; to...

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

' , CAL1FOKNIA. : - [Sydney . Morning Herald\ ? By the Jessie iwe have papers .to the 30th of * July, . two or three^days later than-had: previously , come^ to hand; They do riot, ppsaess anything. of- particular interest, und we.i therefore, only give a few extracts, which are taken front XhzAlta California. Gold Minks in Maine. — California bar 'set the world mad.' as the old saying: hosit— -completely agog to search for gold, and there are now as many gold hunters in the Atlantic States as whilom there was in' the time of the Kidd treasure seekers. That there is gold in several uf.the States has, long been known, but it has never been found in sufficient quantities, except, in Georgia and Virginia, to pay for work ing. The late Maine papers: are now full of enthusiastic accounts of. recent discove ries iin the; northern partB of that Stale, and \ in Lower Canada, near lhe:boundary,. It exists in smsll particles, and the reports of its richness »re -marvellous.; A report from D. F...

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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 — 4 October 1851

'?^C&rfgfnal €orrcsgonfccnce. To the Editor of the'- ? TiatMirst Free Pres* ,:'..?.?.' n..l.-.'. ?..?find ' Slinbtg Journal.' '- - ' ?? ',; . StR,«i-l enclose you1 ti few scraps of intelligence frtfirPtheTuron dipginps, which may serve to Rive vouBorrieidea of the extent ah^ rnaRnitude.df tjip, )abour ai'ow required to do any good at gold dig pi'njr;; - 'Since my lust visit a vast alteration. has. liwn effected in almost every resnect. Tl»e in crease in the population. i& immense, and the work tbat. has ,been performrd is most astounilir.fif Stores -abmjnd in every direction and their prices R?.e iow^r in.; proportion than in Bntburst. 33eer ►hops for the sale of malt liquor in quantities not Jess than. two gallons are in full play. This license .-.-. J am kf raid will tend greatly to disturb the peace ful and orderly conduct that has hitherto charac teirieed these diggings. ?..??? . The , water having subsided, bar diggings are egairibeingworlicdfbut the water still...

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

Geld. mHE undersfgneil are CASK FQJ&CfflTA'SEHB «ff X GOLD at Eathxa-st, Gp&arr am£ %s&«y. L- & SL SAMPEL. GoXd. TITR. R. COHEX will givetfie EagSott MABKET J.TX PRICE for gold* at km affira^neatt (floor Ito Mr. Price, Hair Dreseery Australian GolSL rr\HE undersigned; 13 a C'ASM HFRCHASEa ffiff A GOLD to aaj amount. WILLIAM ©KSJESDEKSS. , Clear Cteefcr Jane 2fl t&, ISVSl! GOI.D. rpfflE undersigned; are PtDECliA'SBaS off «S®O- X. DEST he any q_uaaiiiry. TEACKEB. Sb Gift. fTIBE undersigned' fisx Fiac&asair of BATMUJJe^T j] X GOLD1, n» any quaatitiiesw || EBWARI* SATLAMOX. jj - ' ' ' GoIdLE GoI«l£S fpSE muTersfg^redi ra a OSffi' ffUDKSTHA^E. eff X SOIxD^ fiaC&i at ©range ami a£ ffijjftfe'. Cbaxdii Sc Honsrs Tnim.. Cold. Gold. GeSd ? * 0. F. DTOftSEOKp IS a. CASH PtrRGEASERafSAiMEiaSiff CWWLD in any quantftiEff WnTTaTTi-atreet- A large; lamp as a spedbnsn wssifeiJL Gold. qiHE rnidenrigired*! will gwra JULe MlSfflESI1 X PSICE for SQ...

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COLONIAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

COLONIAL G 0 VERNMENT. (From Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper.) It is sixty 'years since Captain Arthur Philip unfurled, for the iirst time, the British standard on the shores of Botany Bay, and, in the name of the Sing of teng;land, asserted aright to the sovereignty of the whole island. ? The land was rich; and full of promise ; and the use to. which, the. government of the day resolved 'to apply it was, that it should become a penal set tlement, whither, the 'scmn and outpourings of all the gaols of the mother country might bo- trans- ported. No sooiier was the idea entertained than the ministers pro ceeded/to net i upon it. Troops, with their 'officers, built for them selves- a' fort. Task-masters had lands and dwellings allotted to them;- and in due time came forth band after. band .of the most deter mined ruffians that' Europe 'ever produced. But soldiers,, task masters, and ruffians could not exist by themselves ; it was . ne- cessary -to give- encouragement to better and more indust...

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

Fa's Wethoi'3 for SaTo. ' '? ' 'i BOUT. Four Kuidred^Pat Wet'icrs are nov LX retdy for S.ile at Glanrnire. Apply to rttl ?'' ' 'DilYID1 JOHNS TONE. October 4. 18.31. - r SOTotics. lQT00.L.ENorST'l,\.YED, on the ni-ht of the yj 9ih instint, frr.m a emp nc\r the junction' of .he fewN Creek with thc'Turon River. One lihck hnwnOKLDrVG.S ye us old. il.ickMt.iil, wliito lace, branded on the shoulder S . Also a large Hqrhfc b-iy GELDINO, 3 yonrs oM, branded S on near shoulder, nnd the Government (Crown) brand recently puf on the off shoulder, Ion? tail. If stolen a rewAr 1 of £1 will by p,ud on re covery of the horses, ami £3 for iuch informati.in as will lead to the conviction of thepirtios. Ir' ntrayed, (tlnd it is supposed that fli-y have Ron» by .rucedajo, towards Bathurst and the'Liclilin.) a reward of £1 each will be paid on delivery of ei.her of tao said 'horses at t'ie Assistant Conunis sionw a Camp, Tvifala, Ophir. Merroo, or Abei crombio, or Mrs Black's ilofel. Bithunt. Wm._ ESSI...

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The Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

.;'.%iic'^fggindsi ?'?'','.';'?. : -*[lP!lOSt.: o'c-ll OWN CORUESPONnSNT.j .The. Turon digfringa were disgraced last Sunday by a complication of abnminHtions which were worthy CKiifornia itself. ^Drunk- enness, in its most disgusting and hideous' shapes, stulked; from place to plnce ; gatn blinc, in every imairitiarv form, was oneulv practised ; and fights were very ,prev»lent; The mc3t depraved ;and vitiated nature could; not, want; any raeans of enjoyment for there vice in its varied forms met1 him whithersoever he turned.: Between 3 and 4 o'clock, in the afternoon, the amusements 'of ..the day were. enlivened by gever«l fights. The police interfered u.navailingly, and the mob sliewed their ?conte«ipt by pelting them with stones, but; without inflicting any in jury. : At length oneof the Commissioners read the RiotAct, and .the chequered oc currences of the-day. terminated by a. quiet dispersion of -..the multitude.-:; Two -or three were taken into custody on Monday, but how they ...

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FROM OUR OAKEY CREEK CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

. FaOH OfKt .OAICETJ CREEK CORRiESPOXDENT. - In my last lijiatle mention of the 'fact that, the miners in Chlcey 'Oriwk ;were;trou ? hied .with n superabundance bfwnter. '; Since thatpef iod we have had'rib rain , and; as-it was every body's 'business to pass the overplus downwards tohis riextneiyhbours, the vva ters have so fardisappsared that many have not suffioienrfor their use. The consequence is,1 that they are obliged to1 seek for fresh places. Large amounts of gold have been found in Oakey Creek; and there is rib doubt 'but : plently still remains ; but in niaiy ' places the miners wuT be obliged to1 leave until there is a fresh supply. of rain, Many of those who have been 'working in ihV bed of 1 he creek have done remarkably well. One party withwhptn I am acquainted Have made £S0 per man in' 1 7 days; Ochers have been sliil more 'successful 'by working :the banks of .tile, creek1 in the same - manner as ?a few of the piincipal points of the river. Indeed . ao. much gold ha...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

;.!,.. :.v., . «g ;- ._ . ,:. , . ?tJ):,: .„; -^ 'h £-??! ? --'? 8-.'v-- a-'*;-;o ;?:;* -*.-v-,1;l-1'.:.i8-C^-.i '?? ' ?»?;«.??;- )'v-*-- ?' »????-! I'- '-'Mi :IJ^:-;Viy-M:; H^?^ifeM.:1 ? ? Oct.'K;4S.v ;^::-r-i^;35 ifrv^---.;'V.3' fS;.,,:;;^ ? ??- :^'5 a;-: ':5t'-.^32 ^;';.''f-4 ^r,v'.v;8,. :?? n-&:%! T(v;,: i:5^H--y;30 *6-v.i ?/'??e|-i:vd-tVi-:--S,-: ' - ' . S Th. 5- . .-r-\2§; 6^v ,..rflil3,s rV. ^8 ? ,10 F. . 5 ??-?/? 27 V . 7 14 . . 8,

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

''[y^Mmm^h^p.''^^^''^. . » The mame i of MrJ Thomas J,; Koighr,' ''?'? '' : the: barrister, -!had been erased from rthe; ;-' Commission- ; of the Peace- ;b'y Sir; Wilimtn ??; ! i;; Denigon,; and had! also1 been dismissed from' ?; lU his office as one of the GbtTinhfssiorterii'br ? ° the Caveat Board. The Hob art Town Cbii*' Her states that this step- baa been conae- : quent upon thepart alleged to have beeb71;' taken by Mr.Koieht in »ha recent publt6u J!- ' burning:of Eaii Grey's effigy; ! . ;i ' ; ;i ?- ' ?' ? The 'Colonist states that Sir William*, hf»»' ]'.'i again cancelled the ticket- of-lea've p'f/the ^ ''?, exile P^ O'Dbuohoe; adding, that' this; ha* j* . been ; done at 'the special desire of '.Mr.'. '' O'Donohoe himsfif. He has heen remoye^';1 , . to the prisohera' barVacks',; ^ Hobart '^owi^'''-''' ?.'.''.', and i ideait : with 'as aai pirdiuary yrupper'-ol' n: the'Crovvni-^ifiW;;;v;::; ?'.:i:'' ''' ;'';. ' ^'''r'l'/'\

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PRÆVALKBIT." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1851. POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 4 October 1851

f p$ iTHijasrifip ;? pss;;; ? ? i-.;- ) ; AND , MNIS0i.,JGURNAI-. ? ; ?-. ; i o ' WA.GNA EST. VBKITASETtrBiRVALKBiT.V Us 5-i sroLlCE.vPROTECTIONir- ^ : ;; That ?quV'EoVetrimetvt believe all things and. lwjpe1 all thitigV mny be talced for granted from^he 'permission tKey have given to the ?everitV of our golden age to take their own coarse. , If, during this excitable period, life has been: sate and property secure, we are .indebted to the honest; dispositions of our fellow countrymen, and not to any ef ii fort8wof-icur: rulers; for- the preservation, of ||- public' order or tranquillity,; or the -punish'-: |; mentf of ''crime, -The Messons to be derived (I fromvlhe''»tudy-of.Ca1lifornian history appear If' to have been -wholly disregarded by them. |! The, glittering splendours- of a dislantgold i i field' !vs-erertoo much for the public virtue of 1 1 h Yankee so i diery ;and-;a-CaJifornian police.' I' nnd .a .general ; desertion ensued. Bu):,:al' I ; though the strictness of : our ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. GRAMMATICAL SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

;? . i^ltgCEliainwu» Extracts. GRAMMATICAL SMOKING. As smoking is an innocent indulgence, and as it is customary with people : of all classes to relate the news of theiday with cigars in their mouths, and as the generality of: smokers make an awkward appearance in consequence of their ignorance of the theory of punctuation in smoking, the fol lowingsystem is recommended i~ ' * ; A simple puff serves for a; comma. - ; Puff, puffy a semicolon; v . PuflF, puff; puff, a colon. / _: . , Sixpuffs,.a period. ' ' ''*' '';''':?'''?? .,'] A pause, with a cigar kept in the mouth, represents a dashV— — ?, loDger or shprter in : continuance. .# i' 7With the under lip raise thercigar almost .'against .'the ?'.li.ose ^^-fqr an exclamation ^^.! And' to express great emotion, even to the/ shed- ding of tears, only raise, as before,' the cigar tothe end of the npse.v , ; ,,? For ain interrogation ? it is only, necessary to! open the lips, and. draw the cigar' round the corner of the mouth. ? : H Taki...

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

PRICES CURRENT; V;-^;; .- - wool; — 8. d; ; ?. d. , Superior clips.. ............... 1 3J '' t.v. .' -Fairto good ? ,....,,* -,; 2 ? .to rl .2J ?? Low to middling.. .............. V. .:1 -; 'O ??' ,^' -.,':. , . . ' Grease .. ... ................... 0.. *-£? ? ., ' 'Locks, pieces, broken wool, &e,. 0 J3/ ' Handwashed and sebqred.,. ?''.. '... '.''. V ^ ?; ^' . '???'?^t':' 'V ;- ' ^TALLOW. ,, - ?'.. -I-' '..:;? '.'-.I: Beef ',;? ........ ?.'.''..'?'£2^ 10 0 to £28 ;0 0 i:. Mutton .,;.;.;..,v.r 28 Jo 'o ?':.:.; 3b o o, iU:Siationtallow:. ;.'. '.'.'. ..25 -Q ,;p .. 26'. 0; 0. ;? ':.!^'Hide9, each ........-.'.! ,5s. to 7s.. 6d. \- -^ ? : ' ^Sheepskins/ per lb.' .'- . . - 3$-L to7'5§'d.-v ? ? '.Dust and nuggets.'per ,oz.,' je3,AsV to £3'6s. . ? :'.rv'.:-;; ?::,.:'::: :\-.; ',m6rt^and: brown^ ; - Circnlar Quay, Sydney,' October 3.:^ .

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Sydney. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 October 1851

T^pUnegi PRODUCE CIRCULAR. /'From the Sydney Morning Herald.) .The transactions during the week have been very limited, a,nd we have no altera tion in prices to notice, if we except a some what'-better 'demand (or hides. Very small lota' of the new clip have come in. as yet, and it is very probable that a large portion -will be shorn in the grease. V Gold continues to reach us in quantities ^periodically augmenting, hut no further _jdecline has taken place in exchange on ;. England, whilst freights continue in favour Vof. the snipper; and to the benefit of the squatter and settler supplies are obtainable ?at very reasonable rates. ' ; ? ; ' ^.Freights to London. — Wool, 0s. $d.' per lb-; ?hide's, 15s. to £l peV t6n;'tall6w, JE2 ?5s.;,to ^£2 'IOs' per ton ; oil, £Z to £3 lOs.per tun.iro'perial ; ': gold, ^ per cent. , ',:?.;-.'; ; ! . Exchange on London— Bank drafts, 3£ per cent. ^ftcbunt. ' ' '_ '-.'?' ?,..,'1: ?';?;? Vj.. :'-;':??: vV'Private bills htpothecated, against pro-, 0ntcB...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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