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

ECONOMY IS A SURE ROAD TO A GOLD FIELD. ? ? , / ' B. ZtZ'EZalion, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, No. 171, George-street, Brickfield Hill, nearly, opposite the Woolpack Inn, BEGS most respectfully to apprise 'the inhabit ants of Sydney, and the public generally, that he has just received, in addition to his large hold ings, the cheapest and best selected stock of Teas and Groceries ever offered to the public of Sydney,; which, for quality and price/ in the eye of the thinking, must render any attempt at competition perfectly powerless ; and as a proof that positive assertions ought to bear strict analogy to the objects which they represent, it is respectfully submitted that the following prices will prove his assertions to be correct, and that this is no puff ; not will his customers, he trusts, identify him with a medium of attraction, so frequently resorted to for the purpose of vending inditibrent articles ; as that is a system which B. M. could never recog nise as a fair and legiti...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

-, ?' WEEKLY CALENDAR. ?J ' £? 'B , '?'V.'JVf';.' ? a- Q . i [;;i..v- j / .*? ' ^ ? -ii. f - sfifi//''' jh. ir. , m. NbV. 5\V. ' 4 . 57 6 .' 31 11 ' . '4 i 6TL- 4 . 56 6 ? . 3212 . 4 I/..' 7E^,4 .' 55 6 . 33(13 . 4 '-hi-, 8 S&& '4 ? . 64 6' . 34|14 . 4 !9S|N ? 53 6 . 3515 . 4 ' y.'--ldM3$f4 ? 53 6 . 35 16 . '4 '^ ? lliT.^V* . 52. ,6 .3617 . 4

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

? (ffioUi ^urcljasers. GOLD. GOLD purchased by the undersigned in any quantity, for CASH. BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., : Durham-street, Bathurst. ? ' ?'???: ?; .'? V;. ;?????-?'? -©old.-, ?'? : ? -- ? mHE undersigned aref CASH PURCHASERS of JL GOLD at Batfiurst, Ophir, and Sydney. ' \ L. & S; SAMUEL. : Australian Gold. ... rpHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of JL GOLD to any amount. ;; WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Clear Creejc, June 26th, 1851. ':'—'? : V: GOZ.35. . ??-?;? ? ? rpHE undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD JL DUST in any quantity. .'?'.?? THACKKR & CO. , ? 541, George-street, Sydney. THE undersigned isa Purchaser of BATHURST GOLD, in any quantities.' EDWARD SALAMON, 446, Geoige-street, Sydney. Gold! Gold!! ~~.. ~, HP-HE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of JL GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. JOHN PEISLEY, Coach & Horses Jnn. Orange. Gold. G-old. Gold. C.. P. DUNSFORD. TS a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD JL in any quantities. 'William-street. A large lump as a spe...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

G^ICDBXIN'G AN'D AGnrO[Tt/Cl7R\rj 'UBltOBANDA. TOR NOYBltBKR. I'm Gabt)3N' : ? Sow ^cablviga, - lettuco, radishes, carrots onions, leeks, pens, broad boaus, Freacli beans, and tur nips; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes. — Tub Field: Thp.lattor.'cnd.'of this month- plaut: potatoes.— The Vine:1 Ornftfng the vino to be praotissd this mouth ; the buds fca^in to shoot to wards the ead of this month.

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The Diggings. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

©tie Diggings. [FJIOM OPIt OWN COHRESX'OKDENTS.] -THE TUROlsY ' . ?;.' ?( . -Tjie rains of. last week and the week pi'cvious hare caused an almost general suspension of operations at the 1'uron, in consequence of which ?there is little gold being dug, not much selling, and a general slackness of trade. Great numbers more aver are. gradually drawing away to their ' farms. During the last fortnight it is calculated that not .less than 500. people have .left the Turon at different ? points, many of them for the neighbourhood of Maitland and the Hunter, to attend to their agri cultural operations, and more are preparing to follow. These, together with the .drafts who have .left for the shearing, and the return Port Phillipians, have caused a considerable falling off in oitr popu lation, but so far from being a subject of regret, it is one- of congratulation, as in this.rctrograde move ment wo have an earnest that the ordinary industrial pursuits of the country will not be neg lected. . ...

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TARSHISH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

, ' . TARSHISH. ; The accounts from these diggings are pretty much of a character with those already published by us. A few arrivals are constantly dropping in, and some few have left to return to their farms ; so that from one cause and the other the number constantly on the ground remains pretty nearly stationary and may be set down at from 200 to 300. Much coarsa and nuggetty gold has been dug up of late and at a trifling depth from the sur face, amongst which arc two pieces of the respective weights of half and three quarters of an ounce. The majority of the diggers are said to be earning fair wages, and few of them have been more than usually lucky. Our informant tells us that ha knew many parties to bo earning from 10s. to 15s. a day, that a few. were making £l and upwards, but that a goodly number were doing a little good. A man named Sfccphenson and his party who are, .working on the river are particularly fortunate and a Californian Company of five worked a month with, grea...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

Hoail jimdiigmU. Land Sale. — We hiivc been requested, by Mr. Ashe to call attention to the Government Sale of Town and Suburban allotments, &c, Sic. to take place at vthe Gotirt House on Thursday, the 13th instant/ ... Robseet of the MuDGEE.MAii,. — On Thurs day lust the Mudgec mail was stopped by throa armed men near Tabrabucka, who maltreated the driver in a most brutal manner, and afterwards took away all the mail bags, 'The unfortunate man is confined to his bed in a neighbouring house, in a state , of the greatest agony. Information of the circumstance. 'reached Sydney on Saturday, whqmi.c Instructions were immediately forwarded to Barimrst, where' they .arrived on the' Sunday even ing. The police at the -various stations arc on the alert, and it is to be hoped that their exertions will lead to the capture of the miscreant's; ?':: ' ? Pbti.xjon.fo it TiiR Roads,— The petition ivliopted by the public meeting at Mr. Arthur's ! Inn ou Thursday last xcc^ived 271 signatures...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 5, 1851. TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

TFIEBiTHURSTFRKE PRESS , AND MINING- JOURS' At. ''MAGXAE5F VJEIUTAS ET PBJSVALEBIT.' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 5, 1851. TRANSPORTATION. TriE history of Kthe anli-tvansportation1 agi tation is highly creditable lo the public spirit ?rif the people 'of this colon}'. From first to «H£t there has been a stern, inflexible and virtuous resolution amougsfc all ranks and the classes to withstand by every legal means, '^unprincipled attempts at encroachment upon the peace, progress and respectability of the country, by Earl Grey and his colleagues, . and the last blast from the trumpet ef victory which has just been' sounded -within -the walls of the Council Chamber after reverberating through the length and breadth of the land \yill waft its echoes across the seas, and ring conviction through .'the heart of our country's enemy. .It will tell the failhless despot upon whose breath the fate- of -colonies depends, that we ask and are determined to be treated as an integral portion of the British Em...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

-? ; ' .. ? — -?.»«???? B. SZ'IrXalion, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 171, George- street, ' Brickfield Hill, nearly opposite the 'tyoolpack 'Inn, /TV) avoid the suspicion which generally haugs Ji over an advertisement of goods without the given, prices, and that none may bo deceived by reading1 much and realising' little, as is common enough in many instances— Legs to submit the following list of prices, which : he is confident can not failto secure a j-apitl consumption:— Fine flour, Ud. per lb. . Soap, by the box or bar, 2$d. per lb. Wollongong butter (superior), 6d. per lb. Ditto ditto, very best 8d. per lb. American tobacco, 4s. 9d. per lb., or 3d.. per fig. Jordan almonds, Is. per lb. Sugar, equal to Company's, 2id. ditto Senna, is. ditto Coffee, bestquality,'8d. ditto Pepper, 6d. ditto Blue; Is. .ditto , . Mustard, Is. '2d. ditto;, 'Arrowroot, 6d. ditto Carbonate of _soda,' 4d. ditto ' Cream tartar,' Is. do. ?Nuts; '6d. do. Epsom salts.'Sd. do. ' Pearl barley, 3d.' do. ? ,f Nu...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, 31ST OCTOBER, 1851. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

Fridav, 3lsx October, 1S51. IMPOUNDED. At Bathurst, on the 25th day of October, 1851 : One red and white steer, illegible brand near rump,   damages Is. ; one red and white cow, JR off rump, damages Gd. ; one iron grey mare, indescribable   brand with 8 under or S off shoulder, star, long tail, 14 hands high ; one brown horse, illegible   brand on neck off side, switch tail, collar and saddle   marked, aged, 15 hands high ; one bay horse, SD with B under near WL off shoulder, star, near: hind foot white, saddle marked, aged, 15 hands high; one brown horse, like T sideways near shoulder,   blotched brand off, aged, 14i hands high ;- one chesnut horse, SW with K sideways under off shoul-   der, star, bang tail, 14 hands high ; one brown mare, JS near shoulder, star, snip, hind feet white,   bang tail, aged 14 1/2 hands high ; one bay horse, TS near shoulder, switch tail, 15| hands high ; one gre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

MARRIED.           By special license, by the Rev. Father McGragh, at St. Michael's Church, Bathurst, on November the 4th, Mr. Owen Smith, to Miss Ellen Cavenagh, youngest daughter of Mr. James Cavenagh, of Laughnashade, County Armagh, Ireland. DIED   On Monday the 3rd inst., at his residence, Mr. C. CHAMBERS, of Headcorn, Kent, in conse- quence of an injury received by a fall from a cart.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 5 November 1851

Funeral. THE Funeral of Mr. C. CHAMBERS will leave Mr. Austin's residence on Friday morning, at   10 o'clock. HOWARD'S SERENADERS.   Immense Success. SECOND AND THIRD ETHIOPIAN CONCERTS. ON Thursday and Saturday evenings, November 6th and 8th, in the large room of the Daniel O'Connell Hotel. Admission 2s., Reserved Seats, 3s. — Doors open at half-past seven, to commence at eight o'clock. Found — A Broach. ANY one satisfactorily describing the same can have it by application to MR. SHEARMAN, Chief Constable. Notice. PERSONS having claims on the estate of the late Captain Piper are requested to forward   the same to MR. WADESON, Solicitor, Bathurst. Bathurst, Nov. 4th, 1851.   Just Heceived, and on Salo. ALLSOP'S No. 3 Ale in hhrls; Byas's bottled ale and porter Port and Sherry Wine in wood and bottle t ? Martell's Brandy and West India Rum Gin, best quality, in half cases Cherry Brandy and Ginger Wine Ground Coffee in tins Company's...

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Select Poetry. SONG OF THE RUSHLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

? Select $)bttip. SON'S OP TH3 itlfsSUIilGHIT. : Oh, saorn hie not aa a fatu^uss thing, ? ! ? -'ifor torn with contempt from thd sons I stns I ?; Tin truuj I Hin not mff.-rod to lie 'On the ringing bonrd of wassail glee ; ?? Jfy pallid glnnm must nuver full In the s?ny saloon or lordly hall; But oiaoy a tale iloos tho rushlight know .?Of secret sorrow and lenoly woe. I am found iti tho lonely curtained room, Where a stillness rolgns that breathns of the tomb— » i^Vhoro the breaking liuart and heavy eyo Ate waiting to skq a loved ono diu — Where tho doting child with noiseless tread i Steals warily to tho mother's bed, To mark, if the faint and struggling breath Is fluttering still in tho grasp of Uoath. V The panting has ceased, tho ohoelt is chHl, And the ear cf the child bonds closer still, It rests on th9 lips, buflistons in vain, ? For thosn lips have dono with life and pain. ;— I am wildly snatched and hold abovo Tho precious wreck' of hops apd lovo. The work is sealed, for my ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1851. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

THE JATHURST FRME PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL ' :'-gMA6NA EST VERITA8 1ST ? FR.de VALEBlf.' v ?-' /SATURDAY^ NOVEMBER, 8, 1851 -TO OUR READERS.: In consequence of a press of local news and raining Intelligence, we are compelled to dispense with a leaier in the present publi ? Nation.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.—THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

CAPE OF -GOOD HOPE.— THE KAFIR ? ' WAH; .':.'?- ??.-'.?? '???- ?''?' The letters and. papers received by the Victory's mail furnishiis'with accounts of the progress of the Ayav i to the commenceiiierit of September. A full summary wo are compelled to postpone publishing until to-morrow. : A niord dismal series of reports from the frontier has scarcely reashed us since the commencement of this disastrous war. The rein forcement of tli9 troops appears to have had little influence in repressing tlie ravages of the rqbellioas horvles, except iiiv .the immediate, vicinity' of .the fprecri.' A't--the:last 'da're i operations onnn extended scale were corite'mplat(;fl ;. tlio British forces huing raarshalled ia'.two divisions, as follow : — General Somerset's division : 12th, 45th, 60th, and -.91st- Poptj and the' Capo Mounted Rifles. — Colonel Macliunrion's division ?':?' 12th Lancers, 2nd, 6th, 73d and 74th Moi:~--S. M. Herald. ?

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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

WEEKLY CALENDAR. t ?'&???????? ?? j ?? i -.:??/. . H. : ;;M. i£: ::i\vM. 'IT.'-' U' :.,M/; Now -8S. 4' ?. '54 6 i, , 34 U,.; .- : .- ,4 . : 9i. 4 . 53,6; ; 3515 . 4 10M. 1 - 53 8 -w -.-35 16: - .. 4 ?11 T. , 4. -..,. 52 fi .. ? S617 ... ,.,-.ji4' ; ;12W.; 4 . 51 6 . ?3719':.^ ? '.' *? ^ /; JSThV .4 .-?.*. : 59 G . 3318 -. , 4 ???????: r-HT.' 4 , 50 6 . 39 20 v. 4

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

To \the Editor '? b/ the JBathurst Free Press ' and ?????;::.-,! j ''Mining .Journal. V *'? ;' - .,, StR-yQri j^smlybur.repprf pf the public mect^ ing'incpnncctiqn ^ntlvtKe,rbads,''i''perc'eiVe I;'am reported, tq' have said .'that I held .a letter . in-1my I^ani' which liadbeen addressed by Mr.. Bligh to. the; Pblice/Macistrate. frorii the. contents of which it appeared that Mr. Bligh claimed the credit of ob tairiiri'g a postponement of the second reading of the Road Bill, 'arid that there surely must be some mistake 'iri. the- matter, as upon reference to the Syd riey Morning Herald, t discovered that Mr. Hokoyd piadp , the application for the postponement. . The iriferenco I am made to draw from the foregoing circuriJBtances is, that either the Herald had reported incorrectly, or Mr. Bligh' was guilty of a piece of gross plagiarism, Whethoi1 the languago you at tribute to mewag really. utteredLcahrioLpretfiodJO say, but it certainly. docs inot express:the meaning t intended to: c...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

oxnvxixixd 'a'std A.GRroar/rurtA.1, jhumoranda. ' ,? ?; . ' ' FOIf NOVBMBETl. ??' jTHB/.GARpsx: Sow cabbaga, lottuco, radishes, oarrota. fonlonailoek8,'peas, broad boaaa, Fronuh boeim, ami tur Xjiivs ; plant cabbfu^, lettuce, and potatoes.— The Field : The -Utter end of this month plant potatoes.— Thr VtKS : 'fJrafiing the vino to be practised this month ; -iho buda bogin to shoot towards the eud of this mouth.

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Sydney. THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

^BttntB. ,./. THE ESTIMATES. ' / ( From the S. M. Herald.) ' ; This is the third year in which the Estimates of the Ways and Means and of the probable expendi ture of the colonial government of New, South Wales have been prepared.after the new model re commended by the Lords of the*Treasury, and.the1 ' more familiar this.mpdel, becomes to the public the more ib its superiority over the old practice under ?tood^and-.appreciated. . . It is also the first year in which the estimates do not include thb; revenue and expenditure of the Port- Phillip district, now the separate colony of Victoria/a circumstance which embarrasses our en deavour to compare the present with former esti mates. , The estimate of the probable revenue for the year 1852, compared with the actual revenue of the year 1850, is as follows : — ' , , . ??'???' Estimated ?? Received '/or .1852. ml85O. Customs ? '....'.:. .£165,000 . r£l42',819 Duty on Spirits Distilled in the colony ? 6,000 . . 2,850 Port and Harbour Dues...

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VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

VAN^i piEMBFS:. LA^i). ,: Child BtrusTT to DEATn.-^Ori Monday, evening last a child named; Yeoman, about} eighteen'months old; was accidentally burnt to death in Melville-; street. -We shall give the'particulars as they ap, pear at 'the;; Coroner's inquest.— -Hobart Town Guardian. '?''- '?'[''. ?'....-:.. ? William HLiiZEfcf charged with the Mdbder; op ,Mr._ RicirARDSON.— On ^Vyodnesday.;.last' ,this ?. man- appplied : to the bench, l -at . the police ' court,; through1. Mr. Brewer, to.-, have. ;his further;exami-; nation postponed'/ to' the 30th iiistantj which was granted;--rTi'6icf. ? _ , ,. ??;?'.: ',' .... ., -; ? ,-.. . Want ; op VvDiscipline iJs, ; P/ORT , AuTHaR.— ; Last' Wedriesda.v/ hfc'the 'polico court;;. Mr. .Brewer appearedon behalf of three- fishermen ; who .Kad'been given into 'custody- nt Port Artliur for app%achitig the shorOj';contravj* tOj'gciv.ernmerit regulations and the'law of ?this'isla^'d;'. The' .police magistrate 'was assisted by-Thohias'VHewj,tt,'iE3qV,' ...

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