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Sydney and Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

, 5?2$neg airt -iCouittr|i j2eh)S0 'Exchange.— The Banks purchase Bills on L ndoTi at 30 d ivs at 6 per cent, dis count, and sell uc 4^ per cent. A genera! belief prevails that the maximum rate ,of discount is now -reached. - [1'he existing rates being sufficient to .cover a moderate rate of interest, and the cost of importing specie. — Empire. ? - .- Death ov Ma. Longmork. — Mr.' Alex ander Longmore, one of the defeated cau didates in the recent election for Sydney, died at his residence, Surry II il Is. early yesterday morning. ' Mr. Longmore wa3 in a state of consumption, we believe, at the time of the'. election;.; and, since that event, his health appears to have rapidly declined, in spite of every effort of'tnedical skill. Though his name was included in the list of non-official nominee members, of Council, in consequence of bis ssvere illness he has never taken his seat. , In,. private life, Mr. Lanjjmore was generally and deservedly _ respected, and his death will be deplore...

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Select Poetry. AUSTRALASIAN ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

' Select $oettp.; , f' Australasian anthem ? r^BOM THE EAUNCBSTON'EXAJliNER.T'' '? Our counfcryJand onr Gotl ! to ! these the song inspire'; 1 And wilds where late the savage trod ? Wake io the votive lyro ! When Co, ok our flag.unfthTd, ... No. city, graced the port, , ... 'Where now to found an infant world The arts and trade resort. ' Tho' wide our golden fields/ Ourflocks, and fleets expand— ' 'Tis God the moral triumph yields ; He guides ,the patriot's hand. ? jGoc! guard onr-charteved rights ; Avert each hostile blow : (.,,And still q'er £air Australia's heights ?. , The star-pf., peace shall glow ! ?ii..ff7Bfiitannia !, linked to thco By every social band — JRoligion, language, sympathy — We hail thec, parent land ! Our ships of' native strength 1 Shall bear thy flag abroad, And Australasia's breadth and length . Shall grace tho works of, God. ?J. -F.

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A SHORT CUT TO CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

A SHORT CUT TO CALIFORNIA. '.(From Dickens' Household Words.) More red tape ! ' It has been an estab lished notion, ever since the days of Cortez, that a communication between the. Pacific and Atlantic oceans would be of great benefit to the whole world. Since the discovery of the treasures of California, the necessity of a ship canal ,(as we pointed out in an early number of this journal) has increased a Hun dred foldw The mere engineering of the project has been proved practicable, nay, easy. ? Cash is ready to leap from the purses of capitalists in both hemispheres : and no thing whatever stauds in the way but— red tape. The construction of the canal, we may ?remind our readers, is in the hands of the Atlantic and Pacific Ship Canal Company of New York. This Company, .in August, 1849, purchased of the Nicaraguan Govern ment exclusive rights, but is ready to bind itself that the canal,- on completion, shall be thrown open, on equal terms, to all the.wprld. The English government c...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION BESIEGED BY THE ARISTOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

? ^Miscellaneous Extracts. THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION' BE ' : SIEGED BY THE ARISTOCRACY'. (From the Bradford Observer.) A Captain ' drunk ' — we beg pardon — ?'? elated' is the word; a captain ' olated ' is no novelty, and excites no remarkable attention. A citptain ' incapable of taking care of himself' is by no means a phenome non. A captain ' disorderly 'is not' such a a rara avis as the phcenix or the 'dodo. A captain ?* in the custody of the police,' if we mistake not, is an event that has occurred within the memory of the most recently ap pointed of magistrates. A captain ' in difii , culties ' is an every day incident; but a captain in .prison. for an assault; a captain wearing prison clothes ; a captain eating pri son bread ; a captain in the ' House of Cor rection, '.has fallen like a thunderbolt inthe patri'can camp. ' Captain Henry Paulet Somerset,' of the Cold-stream Guards,' in the House of Correction, has created a per fect furore amongst the coronetted denizens ' ? of Be...

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BALLARAT DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

BA.LL.ARAr DIGGINGS. ' Doubtless you have expected a line from roe before this ; but a new chum in these regious has some difficulty in finding out the conveniencv of conveyances to Mel bourne. We were nine days on the road from Melbourne, and experienced all -the diffi culties incidental to bushing in bad weather, with the additional one of not being able to obtain meat of the settlers. I made per sonal application to Messrs. Griffith, Covvie, and Labilliere for the purchase of a sheep, fat or lean, and in everyinstance was per-, emptorily refused, although thirty mouths besides. my own were destitute of meat. You will; perhaps, be surprised at the larg'e nesa of the party, but they were stragglers picked up on the road, and begged- the shelter of onr drays from the awful weather we encountered. On Monday, I took a circuit of the dig gings, : and endeavoured to ascertain what was 'doing. This is impossible; believe nothing you are told, as no one can ascer tain the truth ; the fact...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, 17TH OCTOBER, 1851. (Continued from our issue of the 25th ult,) COUNTRY LOTS. (AT THE POLICE OFFICE, CARCOAR.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

S^w^ ^};,!' J?&WAYi 17th OcroBER, 1851. . (Continued from our issue of the 25th ult,) '?'?'? ':-\l'y-- , - COUNTRY LOTS.' ' ' ? '?^AT THE POLICE OFFICE, CARCOAB.) 1.. 640a., county of Georgiana, near Cootba ; bounded on the east by W. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 2.; 640a., county of Georgiana,- near Cootba ; bounded on tho north by W. A. Steel's 1900 acres. 3. 961a., county of Georgiana, near Cootba ; bounded on the north by W. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 4.' 640a., county of Georgiana, near Cootba ; bounded on the 'west by the southerly extension of the east boundary of '\V. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 5.' 640a., county of Georgiana, near Cootba ; bottnded on the west by W. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 6. 640a., county of Georgiana. near Cootba ; bounded on the west by W. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 7. 640a., counjy of Georgiana, near Cootba ; bounded on the west by W. A. Steel's 1600 acres. 8.1000a., county of King, near Bramah ; bounded on the east by John Jamison's 640 acres. 9. 640a., county of ...

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

GARDENING AfTD AGRICU^TURAIi JIBXtOIUtfDA. FOR NOVEJIBBK.' The Garden: Sow cabb.ago, lottuco, radishes, carrots, -onions, laeks, peas, broad beans, French beans, and tur nips ; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potntoas. — I'ms Fizvo : The latter end of -.this month plant potatoes.— The Vine : Grafting the vino to be practised this month ; tho buds 3-e£iti to shoot towards, the end of this month.

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

? ; Weekly :rc/LLENDAB. , a- ''ft- ,6oi. g '.si S . ', 2 -T' ??» ,t - .i«j ? , i w . g .'? n. 'Jm. h. m. it.- jr. Nov.' IS: ? 5 ', * - 1 6 ! .; 27 7 ?. 4 2 S. 5 . 0 6 . 28-8 . 4 -3M. 4 . 59 '6 . . .? 29'9 .' 4 4T.. 4 - . 58 6 . .3010 . 4 5W. 4 . '57 6 . 31J11 - 4 6Th. 4 . 56 6 . 32,12 4 1 ,. 7F. 4 . 55 6 . 33 13 . 4

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

Hocal EmdUgence. * PUBLIC MEETING. 'Z A public meeting was convened on Wednesday evening at Mr. Arthur's Inn, to take into consider ation the measure introduced by the Hon. the(361bf nial Secretary on the 22nd inst., which proposes to place tho management and superintendence of the great 'western road in the' hands of trustees; The meeting was well and very respectably attended, and the discussion was conducted with great spirit and vivacity. '??:.?.;.?.;? On the motion of Mr M'Intosh, seconded by Mr. Heathorn, Wir, Lee, Esq. J.P., was called to the chair. The object ' of the meeting being briefly stated ..?'???'? Mr. Samuels came forward to move the first resolution, with the spirit of which he remarked, he perfectly coincided. The Colonial Secretary had introduced a bill for. the division of the colonial roads generally into trusts, a very desirable pro ceeding undoubtedly, provided those gentlemen in whose hands they were placed, had means at their ^djsposal lor putting tho roads...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 1, 1851. GOLD AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

THEBA.THURST7REE PRESS AND MUTING ? JOURNAL. . 'MAGNA EST .VBRITAS BT PB^EVALBBIT.' / . 'i; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 1, 1851. v Vi. GOLD AND LABOUR. Jt appears from the Melbourne papers that society in .' Victoria is passing , through the tfirst throes of .partial' disorganization, in con sequence of the general desertion both of 'labourers'': and' capitalists from their ordinary avocations.. All the moral phases of their : condition- are precisely similar, and are sub ject to the same gradations as our. own, during the maddening delirium of the first ?six weeks of our auriferous existence, which afflicted every class of our community, from the eloquent expounder of knotty points, or the metropolitan merchant, to the. Sydney, mechanic, or the Lachlan stock-keeper. The _ question has been seriously asked by one of ^the leading journals (the Melbourne Daily News) — how are the crops to be secured ;? and its sage conductor proposes as a remedy, that two ? thousand ^prisoners shall be im - p...

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

TVJOW LANDING, ex Kate and Earl Grey ;— Musquito nets Orgnndi and jaconet muslins ' ' ; Baizorine dresses ?Delaine barege ditto 7-S and u-4 prints ? , ' 5-8 black gros c!e Naples Ditto ditto sntinet3 ' ' 24-mch ditto glace silks . . . 5-8 and 24-inch black watered silks - Black and coloured satins Persians and sursncis Gauze and, lutestrings ribbons , ; Fancy neck ties Straw and fancy bonnets .' Cambric handkerchiefs ' . Shot alpacas fUnion and window Hollands. . Rough and dressed brown hollahds 5-8, 3-4, and 4-4 diapers 3-4 and 7-8 huckabacks Damask cloths Rolled shirtings . . Welsh and Lancashire flannels Men's moleskin trowsers White and brown drill ditto . Shooting coats ? Regatta and white shirts Merino and cotton .runts and drawers Ditto ditto shirts Men's brown .cotton half-hose -Raworth's sewing cotton KEEP AND PARSONS, 539, George-street,     One door from Jamison-street. Lost. A DARK leather Pocket Book, with steel clasp, containing1 a small .sum ...

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JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

JAVA. The java Courant of the '25th of June, states that the Spanish Governmenthadsent an expedition to the 'island of Mindanao, to punish the pirates there, and to prevent the repetition of their piracies. The commander of the expedition, had examined the whole. , island, and done all in his power to find out the -quarters'of the pirates, but without the wished for result. Express orders. -have ' been given to the chiefs of the .island,', not only to prevent piracy, but to punish it -with the greatest severity, as they may rely an-the assistance of the Spanish Government should their own means not be sufficient for', this purpose. A cruize was also made 'in. the* southern waters, for the .purpose of 'examin- ing the islands there. ... ? Accounts have been receivecV-'from Telok, Belong,' in the Lampong Districts, that on.' the 4 th May, after an unusual high tide and calm 'weather, a succession of shocks of earthquake took place there from 9 o'clock in'the morning to 3 o'clock in th...

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English Extracts. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SOUTHWARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

SSngitsi) Extracts. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SOUTH WARK. (From the Illustrated London News, June 28.) The metropolis, which has within the last few months witnessed so many disastrous conflagrations, ]uis been this week again visited by a devastating fire, the most extensive that has occurred in the metropolis for some years past,-and occurring in a locality close to those which have suffered on the, recent preceding occasions. me scene , or tne dis aster was a large range of warehouses belonging, to Alderman Humphrey, M.P., in Montague-close, Southwark. The fire broke out at -half-past three 1 o'clock on Monday afternoon,. and burnt with great fury until seven o'clock, destroying in that period an immense amount of valuable property, and en tirely gutting two warehouses. It was supposed to have been conquered shortly after seven o'clock | but at that , hour '?? the flames burst'; forth in another warehouse, at, 'least a hundred feet from the scene of the original 'fire,; and; laid: wast...

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THE CRYSTAL PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

THE CRYSTAL PALACE. i . Mr.' Paxtph, with all the feelings of a parent, has come tp^the rescue of f; the Crystal Palace in this; crisis' of its fate. He purposes an application of the .building '.'substantially' the1 same. as that advocated' by,'Denarius;'' in ii pamphlet rebehtly publisiied.' PerhapsV tli6 ; latter dwells a little more on the fine arts, on/etes and. other, miscellaneous uses. of areT' conditc or ;'populiir character, while Mr. Paxton has chiefly in his. eye those purposes to which the gar dens and conservatories of pur aristocracy of of the nation have hitherto been applicd.y Put together ' Chatsworth and Kew, the Botanic and Zoological gardens in Regent's Park, the Jardin des ,Plantcs, the subterranean orangery at. 'Versailles,' and the cloisters of the convent, and the' aggregate' will almost make up what Mr. Paxtpri would give . us in ,Hyde-park. ''. 'Denarius '^vpiild lctiiito the build ing the gay chivalry of the' park; only making them ' pay a heavy, toll. ',...

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[FROM THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, OCTOBER 15.] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

[lfJlQM.TUK f.AIJNCIBSrOX KXVMINBR, OCrOliKR lj.] George Black; Pyottjaud' William Black. Pyott, Wholesale Grocers .and. Commission Agents, Leith, iwho had bden , fdiiiuPgitilty of setting 'fire to the 'prj3miscs''pccxipied -by them as a warehouse, with' th&' inte'dtioii ;of defrauding the Insurance Offices,' were,!iori thc;18th of June, sentenced by theHieh Gpurt -of Justiciary eacli to fourteen years' .trans portation. ,. : : ... ;',.. ,r, ?'.;''! ;/ A, seripds .failure in , the cotton trade lias been- an nounced at Liverpool, suppbsed;'at the least to range ' between r £200;000 : aiitl- £300,000. q? Tlio house .had .long, enjoyed .excellent/ credit^ -,Tlitj 'most -: favorable accounts represent thatjit. will ;pay\: in full ; Avhile (others, estiinat'ing cottoii at its- pre- fs(jrft price, statb'the piiob'ablc! dividend ^atl Ss^ J,V '''J.* f.; A: little5 girl; tlrixe'years bid;'whp had accident allyA swallbwccl^ a '- i arthing,') died in' 'Londonr liist week from mortifica...

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ALLEGED TRACES OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

ALLEGED TRACES OF SIR JOHN /To the Editor of the London Daily News.) Sir — Having seen in your valuable journal of the 12th inatant, a paragraph' headed ' supposed traces of Sir John Franklin,' taken from a morning contem porary, 1 am desirous of confirming: the statement therein made, of traces of Sir John Franklin's expedition having been found in Jones' Sound, by my own personal knowledge of the witness', who is a man of most respectable character, and who, more over, did not. make 'known these facts for the first time on the occasion of his beitsg ^engaged to form part of the crew of ths Prince Albert, but has since his return to Orkney, after the voyage of 1848, recurred to this event. This is a fact to which several inhabitants of the district can testify, though they may not probably have been aware of the importance of the communi cation. The testimony of the witness, William Millar, is further confirmed by that of George Moore, also a native of this Island, and who was one ...

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

? ^ ? ? p TOL4NO is a CASH PURCHASER ol ? r ? ~ Julio GOLD, at tlie. highest maiket price, al G-GXiD. Bathurst, Carcoar, and the Turon Stores. ' C\ OLD purchased by the undersigned in any ' : a. __ _~ _, _ w __ , . : IT quantity, for CASH. ./; , , , ®O&S- 1 _-©_?_*;! BYRNES, 'WISE, AND CO., 'JAMES FITZPATRICK Durham-street, Bathurst. }S a, °AS' Purchaser.of Gold in any quantities, ? ! ? \ ? JL at £3 2 0 per ounce, at his Stores; _^ . ' ' Gold.- ?-???. ? George-street, Bathurst. rrtfTE undersigned arc CASH PURCHASERS of October 10, 185L _, , - i GOLD at Iiatkurst, Ophir, and Sydney. s^^^r^^^^^^r^n^^J^^^^^^^^^^^,^. ? Tj- fe S' SA'-1UEr'-_ T_e 'Golden Tloeco of Australia. ii.UStraIia.21 CS-old. j rjpHE Undersigned continue to .supply Settler's;' rrlJE undersigned isa CASH PURCHASER of *? D^^rs and Wholesale Buyers, with the nnV I GOLD to any amount.' ' dormentionid goods, at the lowest remunerating WILLIAM CUMMINGS. P-»C,eS!llf , , ' , ' . m ' „ Clear Crook. Juno 26th, 185 L. ....

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REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD AT NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD AT NEW ZEALAND. The Hobart Town Courier of the 16th inst. copies the following important and inter- esting announcement from the New Zea- lander (Auckland paper) of the 24th ult. A rumour that gold had been found near Aokianga has prevailed in this town for three or four days, and, it is needless to say, has excited some interest. It rests, we believe, chiefly on a passage in a letter re- ceived by Mr. John White, from ' Abra ham ' a native chief, of which the following is a translation : —   Friend — There has gold been found at Omapere, by Hikirangi. A foreigner   (European) came from California, and he showed his piece of gold. Hikirangi said, I have seen this thing, there is plenty of it here. The European said, Go and get some. The woman went, and took an adze, and when she arrived she dug, and in the evening she brought three pieces, and she sold one piece in the Bay of Islands for £50 ; two pieces were brought by Wiremu Hop...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

MARRIED,   On Wednesday, the 29th October, at St. Paul's   Church, Carcoar, by the Rev. P. P. Agnew, Mr.   Smith, of Mount Macquarie, farmer and grazier,   to Miss Jane Tongue, youngest daughter of Mr. James Tongue, of Penrith.       On Wednesday, the 29th October, at Trinity Church, Kelso, by the Lord Bishop of Sydney, the Reverend William Lisle, to Sarah Ellen, daughter of George Suttor, Esq , of Alloway Bank, Bath- urst.          

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BATHURST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 1 November 1851

BATHURST MARKETS. The combined influence of numerous arrivals and a favourable season l\as caused a rapid decline in the prices of cereal produce, and mercharits are in consequence careless about purchasing. - Fine flour may be quoted at from 33s. to 35s., and seconds at SOs. to 33s.. ; . , Of wheat there is very little in tho market, and that little not eagerly sought after.. Prices are therefore nominal. ?\^,. . c Beef and mutton, ofj.exceUentqualita are .very plentiful, and both are soiling : at i£d. io t£d. by the carcase, with a prospect of a further decline. '';. , Vegetables are not as yet very plentiful. As paragus, green peas, and salad stuff are tho only kind in the 'market. . . Circus Rotal. — The appearance of Mrs. Bur ton's, professional name — Madame Rosina, on the programme for Wednesday evening, attracted a very large audience, the house being crammed in every part. Expectation was a tip-toe to witness a scene which possessed the greater novelty because of a female b...

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