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

. IMPOUNDED At Hartley, orithe 14th of May, 1851 :— One black horse, aged, about 16 hands high, hind arid near fore feet white, saddle marks, docked tail, branded F off' shoulder, blotched brand under &, on near shoulder with q under. . i. Tribe sold in 24 days from, first publication, if not sooner released. '. ...-,.' ?: 9s 9d. JAMES M'CA^, Poundkee^per. At O'ConnellPIaihs, on the 20th May, 1851 :—' One strawberry steer, short tail, DY with 2 under '.off hip. I'.. ,; *''-? One black and white cow, JW with J under near hip,'DY ribs near'side^ One yellow; poley cow, white belly and flanks, JW '? 'with J. under hip, and DY ribs near side, -*tar forehead. ^ -- ;. -«,. ~, ' - --,; -^ ,One red pojay.jcow, HIi conjoined ribs, hip, and thigh. ' ' ' v ' ,One white bullock,- DY rump and ribs near side. One^bay mare,''* black; -points, off hind foot white, branded jVVS near shoulder, off illegible. Unless the above slock are released, and all ex penses paid/they will be sold at the a...

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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 — 11 June 1851

Original ^orwspontrencc. To the Editor of the 'Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.' . Sir,— The small sum of £5C0— offered by the Government to Mr. Hargrayes, to requite him for the incalculable benefit he: has rendered to the co lony, by the discovery of large quantities of Gold, extending over an illimitable tract of land, 'has deservedly created much dissatisfaction'. ? Were I to name a ftw individuals, who have ob tained Government appointments, there would not only be just grounds for dissatisfaction, but also for disgust, at merit so obviously established as Mr. Hargipves's being rewarded comparatively in a paltry manner. * f- ' ? I would therefore suggest that a public meeting of the inhabitants of the1 district, of Bathurst be called without' delay, for the purpose of taking the necessary steps for presenting' Mr. Hargraves with a suitable testimonial, as an acknowledgment of the great service he has done to Australia. ' ' ? ' WhoRe fruitful rallies over teom with wealth...

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Colonial News. MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

©olonwl JMs. 3IA1T1AND. The Northern Road to the Diggings. — As there are already a considerable number of drays' on the road from these districts to Ophir, and as the traffic will for some time be a rapidly increas ing one, we venture to draw the attention of the authorities to the expediency of ulacintr some ad-' ditional police force on this line of road, so as to afford the requisite protection to those travelling thereon to the mines. It may perhaps be as well to point out to parties interested that besides tbe line of road.td the mines, via Collaroy, Deridgery, and Mudgee, pointed' out in last Wednesday^ Mercury, there is another route practicable for' drays, viz., by way of Cassilis, Tungee (Mr. Fitz gerald's station), Merothery, (Mr. W. Bowman's station), and Wellington. A difference of opinion, prevails amongst parties acquainted with the coun try about Cassilis . as to which route is the best^ some giving preference to the line via Collaroy and Deridgery, and others' to th...

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

Died.       At Westbourne, on Sunday the 8th day of June instant, John Piper Esq., of Westbourne, in his 78th year.

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

--.'-. ©pfcir Diggings/ '' I ?'??'? ?''??' :'V;' EXCELLENT ? Property for Sale. ^Axx^iwiS*® sy© S- ; i fij^st-R ATE opportunity now presents itself (FROM CARCOAE.) ix to Sydney or other Capitalists for laying! out i ? _ their Cash to advantage. ? ????i HAVING erected a commodious STOKE at the Mr. Patrick White hereby signifies his intention ; . DIGGINGS ,' ' A of disposing of |s'prepared to supply parties visiting that favoured ALL THAT PROPERTY ' locality wit!) pickg, . - sitnate at the junction of George and Howick , Shovels . . . ' ' streets, and consisting of an , Dishes . ' ' ; HOSTLER?, . i ' Spades ; . 0CCUpiea by Mr. Bulger, with commodious pretni Mining Boots and every other requisite, utensil Jor ses.* ; Mining operations '.. , ' A SHOP . ' ' -' r also, . occupied by Dr. Connell as a Surgery j 1 Tea, Sugar ' A STORE, SauOn' F1??r now in the occupation of Mr. Gordon ; and a Ba / Tobacco, Hams . adioinintr ? and - ? With every description of Clothing and Bedding, J J ? arr w...

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The Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

rt Bfsgtngs. fFrom our Ophir Correspendent.) At your request I will furnish you. with 'a full and particular account' of the for mation, constitution and proceedings of our company. It will possess, the interest' of neither romance nor history, and very .little merit in itself, but as Leinga faithful sketch of the ups and downs of a gold digger's life — a life so anxiously emulated just now the narrative may not be without its uses. What I have to say will be said in the shape of a diary, so that each day ;: will te^l its own story. Without further, circumlocution I commence with— - ! ; ?'''.,.? ' Wednesday, May 20lh.— After many pieliminary meetings at which there was a large expenditure of useless rhetoric, the .sum and substance of which indicated as clearly as may be that every member of the said company was half prepared for bedlam point, we managed to lick our as sociation into, some sort of shape by Wed nesday evening. Rations, picks, crowbars and a cradle together with sundr...

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CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICT. LEASES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

GROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SET TLED DISTRICT. ' Leases by Auction, (Under the Regulation? of the %9th of March, 1848. * ' His Excellency the Governor has direct ed it to be notified, for the information of all persons concerned, that leases of the hereunder described portions of land will be put up to auction, at eleven o'clock of Tuesday, the 17th June, at the places re spectively mentioned, and upon the condi tions set forth in the regulations in ques t^pn. 2. Further information respecting the land can be obtained from the Surveyor General, and respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, and at the nblice offices of the districts. 3. The un set price of each lot is 10s. per section of 640 acres, for the year commencing 1st January last. 4. The full price bid for each lot must be paid down at the, time of sale, in failure of which, or if not bid for, the lands will become open to selection without competition, in conformity with sections 37 and 38 of the Regulations...

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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM ENGLAND. CHANGE OF MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

1M PORTA NT N E WS FROM EN G L AN D. CHANGE OF MIN1STKY. (From the Sydney Morninq Herald. , The arrival of the H&ernia at Adelaide, bringing news to the 23rd February, has put us in possession of English news to that date, being two days later than was received by the Windsor. We have the unexpected announcement that Lord John Russell -had resigned, and only hold office until his succes sor was appointed. The ostensible reason for his resignation was the passing by the House of Com mons of a vote pledging the House to an extension of the franchise, which was opposed by the minis try. We say this was the ostensible reason, for a ministry would never resign upon a chance vote of a.House not containing one-fourth of the members, indeed, so much did the resignation take the country by surprise, that the Times was the only morning paper that announced the intention of ministers. Until we get; the London paper's it is useless to speculate upon the New Ministry ; bnt this may be me...

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

TO ADVERTISEES. We &ave 'GoW enoug-b for all IU '?',:?? ' There they come ; more men for our Mountains ! The COSt Of Advertisements Welcome to Bath'iirst, Gentlemen, welcome one . ., , ., . , ,-i ? ?? and all ; the mor« the merrier ! must be paid previous to their hit ? sertion. Advertisements will be ... . ^@ ®|@^®©||' ; . ; received Until four O'clock in the T)EGSto inform his numerous old friends and eveninffS Of Tuesday and Friday, -D daily increasing new patrons and supporters, ± r & J, , ft^' that he has at last received the whole of the ? but cannot be withdrawn alter Twelve o'clock on Monday and -©RAPBRY ft OTHSRi QOOD9, Thursday. A liberal allowance purchased by himself in Sydney in April, and ?n i j j. ' *.'*„ ^^»:«m-.o which he intends to sell for Cash — and Cash only Will be made tO parties aeSirOUS at such verv mo(ierate prices, (notwithstanding of advertising' for three Or Six , the feverish effects of a rapidly rising market and ' ?^r* o .:?-. ? the pr...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS And Mining Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERTIS ET PREÆVALEBIT." THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 June 1851

TilE J ATflUEST MEE PRESS ' 3.nH Jfflfntag ^journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 18.51. .; 'MA.GNA EST VEKITA3 EX PR.SBVALBBIT.' THE POST OFFICE. /Coincident with the discovery of auriferous deposits in these districts and the extensive migration to which it has given rise, there has been a wonderful increase in the postage ' communication between this town and the metropolis. The business of the office has been multiplied at least fourfold. In addi tion to this circumstance we believe that go vernment have it in contemplation to com mence a daily mail, and there can be no doubt but that sooner or later regular, com munication by mail must also be opened up between Bathurst and the diggings. To meet these prospective but certain additionsto the present duties of our postmaster, it. must be evident that government will have to make fresh arrangements. Even now the public are put to serious inconvenience, and were it not that to meet the exigencies of the case, Mr. Thompson breaks through ,on...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

' MINING INTELLIGENCE. V 'Since our last issue the Sydney portion of our arrivals appear to have been seized by a panic. ', They are rushing .from, the 'bjjnes by dczens, and for the present all the arti cles of a gold-digger's outfit are atadiscount, Picks and spades have been sold as low as ls.;6d. a piece, and cradles have been roclc ing at a .very low, figure. One was pointed out to us yesterday (^for which £3 had been, paid a fortnight since, and had been re-sold fon7s..6d. Seyeral sales by auction of picks,' spades, cradles and crowbars, besides. flour, groceries, tarpaulins and other requisites at the mines have taken place in the;town, . a-nd . in every case a downward, tendency was perceptible. -One of our brokers who^has, been driving an extensive and lucrative trade in the above articles informs us that they are nolonger in demand. He is now availing, himself of the .present depressed', state of the. market .and purchasing exten-; sively. A^party of about half a dozen re-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

?- '?- - ? ©pliir Diggings. ' ' (FROM CARCOAR.) HAVING erected a commodious, STORE at the DIGGINGS is prepared to supply parties visiting that, favoured locality with Picks ; ' .Shovels Dishes 'Spades Mining Boots and every other requisite utensfljjfor '' ' Mining operations ' i ' ALSO, Tea, Sugar Bacon, Flour 1 ' ' ' Tobacco, Ham3 With every description of Clothing and Bedding, suitable- to the climate, at the most 'moderate .prices. ', ' y J£ '??'* i ? - Meat— fresh and salt — Forage for hors.es. GOLD purchased at'tlitf highest price, and -payment made either, in' notes or -.cheques on -the Bathurst or Syd ney Bank', at the option of , the seller. Ophir, 2nd June, 1851. ,' . . To be let, T?OR a term of 3, 5, or 8 years, as may he X agreed ? on, the premises .known as -tiie ' Crooked, Billet,^ situate in Durham and Ranken ?streets!. The. above premises are well adapted for ,a large store. The above have been only erected bout two years. Apply to ' . JOHN MINEHAN. Important to &...

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Country Intelligence. WELLINGTON AND MONTEFIORES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

? ,? :_ (iDpuntrg Intelligencei _ ? ^WELLINGTON AND MONTEF][ORES.: Thege townships ara deserted by the male inha bitants who have /proceeded en masse to the gold . ' ' diggings.' 'r What success has hitherto attended : ? their efforts we have as yet had rib opportunity of ' learning. The new chief constable, Mr. Sands, : . has arrived, and it is highly creditable .to ,the po- ' lice force, that whikt others 'have made a simul taneous ^rush to the gold field, all .the .constables : .?''??:'''?. remain steady at their posts. The Bench hayirig-;; : received -instructions from .the Eroyincial Inspector . thatit was probable the police', pay would be im mediately increased, Dr. Curtis communicated tb.e intelligerice to the .constables; who all professed v-': their willingness to remain. Two vacancies have ; ?????? , been filled up; and there are already seyeral appli cations to enter the 'force. Provisions of al,l . kinds -.. are exorbitantly dear.' Flour £100 per' tori, aud: eypiything ...

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

MOLO.NG. . Here as elsewhere the gold fever is raging fearfully. Many respectable men and busi ness people have started for ,tbe diggings, nnd many others are preparing to follow. In fact Molong seems quite deserted. The only individuals to.be seen in the township are three constables who look forlorn and dejected and as if they knew not whence their next week's rations were to be obtained. Their present pay is not only insufficient for their maintenance, but it will not procure them bare provisions. This state of things cannot continue, and if some provision is not made by government to meet the diffi culty, there is nothing'left for them but to throw up the staff and go to the diggings. In such an event the place will be left (without any protection. We understand that a meeting of the magistrates took place on Monday last to ? consider what steps had better be taken in such a juncture of affairs, and that an appli cation was made to his Excellency for an addition lo the pay of th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

Died.                 At her residence, Cornish Settlement, on the   31st ult., Mrs. Eleanor Rowe, wife of Mr. W.   Rowe, schoolmaster, after an illness of nine days, aged 47, beloved by all who knew her. At Mount Tamar, Thursday, 12th June, Mary,   wife of Robert Smith, Esq., aged 56 years.

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English News. THREATENING LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

: rPHREATENING LORD JOHN' RUSSELL. , 1 ? CFromthe Weekly Dispatch, XWiFeb.J At Bow-street, Police-court, on Friday, Charles Gill was charged with haying threatened to shoot Lord John Russell. / M,r. Henry sat on the bench, and iheardtlie case. , ~ / .'' The prisoner is a short thickset young man, ?with small dark feai.ures« jThere is nothing about the expression of his countenance to indicate in sanity, but his eyes ' are deeply sunk in his head, and he appeared to be a ri^an of a studious turn of; mind;- ? ? ??'? : ?'??-. .:'-''-.-''-';' - : ?''' ' ??' ??' ;' '? '' Mr. Henry asked him if he pleaded , eruilty to ?the charge of threatening Lord John Russell rV .The prisoner said he should -decline doing that ; nad added, in reply to other questions, that he lived at No. ?9,3, Surry-place, Old Kent road, and was a working jeweller. , , Mr. Arthur Russell, the private secretary to Lord John Russell, proved the receipt of the letter containing the. threat, and Inspector Field spoke to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

TO ADVERTISERS.. , The cost of Advertisements; must be paid previous to their ih-v sertion. Advertisements will be received untU four o'clock in the : evenings of Tuesday and Friday, but cannot be ^ Twelve o!clock on Monday and Thursda^:. M; A ; liberal allowance will be niaSe i to parties desirous, of advertising for three or six months. ; lishWjiil&is1 ^ companied by me iiame of the correspondent. ^..''. v . ___ _ . ' , BATHURST .. . . \VILL1AM:STREET. POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars. Cards, Bill Heads,, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, as also every' description1 of ! ' ' . : ;?;??. ; $pw tm^MTlWQ ?;.;? . ? '. . Executed with neatness,', accuracy,. and- despatch,; ' ? -- ? and on Reasonable Terms. ,. Just Published, A ND may be had at this office, FORD'S SYD A NEY DIRECTORY for the year J851. ' April 14th, 1851. To l-e Sold at tWs Office, .--?;? i forms of' TENDERS for a' Lease1 pf a New Run of Crown ':fi\ ??^-Kv-i.-t''1 -? Lands; ? : ??? ????: ... '? ?' PPLICATIONS for a...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

(Eolonfal jSti»s. . *.:'?? .... ; Poktratt of'Cossack.' — A portrait of this _£ celebrated animal, the property of John TaU.Esq., ^- : and the winner of the Australian Plate, and the V) ; first Queen's Plate run for on a New South Wales ^ course, will appear in an early .number of this It- journal. To our talented fellow-townsman, Tho- ^57 mas Balcombe, Esq., has been assigned the task of ?* perpetuating the graceful form of the renowned , 4^' ' Don.V This intention on thapait of Mr. Tait ? is worthy of the occasion ; and while congratulat ing that gentleman as the possessor of the first I winner of Her Majesty's munificent donation to the Hpmebush Meeting, we beg to append a cor dial wish for his speedy convalescence. We were so unusually pressed for space last publication, that we omitted to allude to the serious accid&U sus tained by Mj\ Tait on his attending 'Cossack' to. his box from the course, after winning thfePlateorV ?,_..?'_ Monday. In consequence of the restivene...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS And Mining Joining. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE GOLD DISCOVERY AND TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

THE EATHUUST FREE PllESS &nfc JSUnfag- journal. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1851. ?'MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PIt.S5VAI.EBlT.' THE GOLD DISCOVERY AND TRANSPORTATION, Whatever may be the present evils or the futUTe benefits resultant from Mr. Har graves' discovery, every friend of his race, every lover of the causs of morality and reli gion must rejoice at the prospect which that ?discovery, opens up of settling peaceably .and satisfactorily to all classes, the question of transportation to these colonies. No man possessed of- the ordinary attributes of his kind, but would desire to. ?witness the progress of his country in all that rer fines, cultivates and exalts humanity ; and by the same token every honest-hearted son of Adam must hail with feelings of livelysatisfaction, the approach of that day when the fiat . of the, British people ahal proclaim to the- world the* complete man-? umission of the Australian group. In every point of ' vie*v this is a consum mation devoutly to be wished;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 14 June 1851

fpHE funeral of tlio late Mrs. Robert Smith will X leave Mount Tamar at 12 o'clock of Monday nest, the 16th instant. ~ Horses, £2ray, and ©o-rt; for Salo. MR. BOYLE will sell by. 'Auction, -t.fllS- DAY, at 12 o'clock, three superior Draught Horses, Dray tand Harness, and one Horse, Cart, and Harness, just arrived from the diggings. ? ? ? Terms— cash. To foe Sold' toy 'Pr'ivate\Co'a6rac«?. AHORSE, GIG and HARNESS., The horse is .a very superior animal, of known, reputation ; ,the gig is in good condition, and the harness nearly new. If not sold within 14 days they wilt be dis-' posed of by public competition. For particulars .apply to ' ' ' ' ?'?? ' / ' '??'' ' ''.'?' '???'.,. . J. J. ASHE, Auctioneer. ' .' ' £1 Eeward.' ? ? . ,-? LOST, since, the 10th instant, from' Swallow Cteek, one hay and one black HORSE, both branded I H on the neck. The bay Horse .is. bald /aced, arid has two white hind. feet. The above Reward will be paid on delivery .to MR. PATRICK SULLIVAN, Shamrock Inn, ? ...

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