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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

DIED.                             At his residence, the Royal Oak, Miller's Point, on the 1st November, Mr. John Pomroy Bond, in the 44th year of his age, many years a resident in the colony. His loss is deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. A petition has been prepared for presentation to his Excellency by the inhabitants of Perth, relative to more extensive police protection, and'requesting that any expenses arising from the same niay' not be borne upon colonial funds.— Perth Gazette? August 26th.i. On Saturday (Aug. 23) Ave regret to say that two fires occurred in Griiildford about the': same time, and little doubt exists as to their having b.ecn caused by an incendiaiy. A cottage, which had been leased to Bishop Serra, and which contained property to a very large amount belong-; ing to the Spanish Mission, was totally consumed,1 and books, ornaments, and other valuables de-, strpyecf. A building in 'the occupation of Mr. Jonathan Jbnesy about a quarter of a mile distant from the scene of the other fire, was also in flames at the same time, ? to which it soon became a .prey. Mr. Jones lost a . crop of potatoes which were housed in this 'building. Two persons have been: arrested on. suspicion of hav...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.' ' ' Dreadful Occurrence at Port Wake field.— On Sunday night, the 13th October, an atrocious assault, which there is much reason to fear, mav amount to wilful murder, was committed by a man named Lever, the landlord or -the-' Port Wakefield Arms.' It appears that a mud-puncher named Dugald,having.hacl some words with Lever and broken lone of his windows, tho latter went into his house, and returning with a pistol, levelled it at the unfortunate man's, head, and blew away the whole- of his lower jaw and tongue. _ There being no medical assistance within 40 miles, he' was not expected to live. Lever made his escapG, but is, we hope,' ere this, in enstody. There arc no police at Port Wakefield.— S.-'A. Register. - - i / SoSPiOiODS CAaE.r-^An inquest was held last week at Angaston, on the body of a woman named Bromley, who had been ailing some days— Dr. Dean, who attended her, having given her medi-v cine to counteract the effects of opium, which he supected sha had be...

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Colonial News. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

(Colonial Mtto*' '.',.'. : ?. MORETOK BAY; ' ? . Moketon Bay Arrowroot.— We have been obligingly furnished- by'Mr/ G. E;-Poole with- a sample of arrowroot, grown by Mr, Childs, on his farm on the banks of the Brisbane, near Breakfast Creek; 'The article is of a very superior descrip tion, and is pronounced to be far preferable to much that is sold in Sydney. '*' This is' the second year of the experiment being tried by Mr. .Childs, , arid he now has about a quarter 'of a ton of roots', growing. He states that he could afford to grow the article, and sell it for the usual wholesale price in Sydney. He has regularly used it' in his own family since he began to* grow it. The very satisfactory results of this experiment afford an additional proof of 'the fertility and resources of the soil on the Brisbane river.— Courier. . ?: . ' ' , Gold.— Beports reached us last night— not yet, however, well authenticated — that gold had been found in abundance at Mr. Bigge's station, . Mount. Brisba...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

jatscEUaiuous Extracts. . - THE GRE AT EXHIBITION, OF 1851. On the 7t]i instant; ? by: a sudden rebound, the number, of;!: visitors . to^the Crystal Palace rose once more '..to ..;6,l,J570,^and,'.. the;,, receipts at. the . doors amounted' to £2852; 2s. ? For .^the first' time since the opening; she ,sa]e. .of .season tickets presents a perfect blank. ' Among tho;crowds that thronged the interior were about 5.00 men in the1' employ of Messrs. Clowes, the extensive printers and part con tractors for the official catalogue/, Mr. Gladstone treated fifty of his poor fellow-parishioners to a view of the interior, and, with a kindness, which the public will appreciate, accompanied them in their survey. ??_.-.. . , . 'On'the 8th instant, an almost unprecedented num 'berof people visited, the ? Crystal Palace. The re ceipts at the doors rose to £3196 5s. — except on two days, .the largest amount that has yet been taken in shillings. On the -17th June, £3191 23. was the sum.taken; and on the...

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Council Paper. DR. LEICHHARDT. Copy of a letter from Rear Admiral Austin to his Excellency, Sir Charles A. Fitz Roy. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

'- ? ',;.'.,''' - Council -^aper. ; ; ; v - : ' . - DR. LEICHHARDT, ' ' ' ' . ' Copy of a Utter from Rear Admiral Austin to his ? Excellency, Sir Charles A. FUz.Roy. ? \ Hastings, at Trincomalee, 30th April, 1851. : Sia— 1 have the honor to acknowledge the re ceipt of your Excellency's letter, of the 21st Octo ber, in which you are pleased to offer, certain sug ' gestions with a view to ascertaining : what may nave -become of DivLeichhardt and a party of travellers, and if possible of offering them assist ance. . .?'. ? . -. .??:- I had hoped to have been able to have sent her Majesty's steam ship Reynard to England by way of New South Wales, in which case/I would have directed her commander to have called at Port Essingtonj for the purpose pointed out in your let ter under acknowledgment ; I regret,' however, to inform your Excellency that I have 'received posi tive directions by this packet to send the Reynard to the Cape, and the paucity of vessels under my orders places it out o...

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THE GREAT EXHIBITION. BRITISH TALENT AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

THE; GREAT /EXHiEBITIOK ''.'';' BRITISH TALENT 'AT 'THEJEXHIBITidK.'^ i^* Why the Times. should. CjnaqyyquiVtq.Wite.ftqwn. .the ?British, .contributiqris 'to .the ' Great! Exiiiibition, we carinbt 'conceive!' Biiif '.such is/the cas&r One jJayj/ac 'lpugjcomplainf appeared of the heaviness of; tlie : furniture '; arid' when sufficient time had been; ^ailqwed fjor/its' (ligiestibn, another attack was made in i oiiir rcdntempbrary's: columns upon the: -pottery;, and hardware.- : Our - English taste, according to' i the : Times, i is- vulgar*. Our china consists of bad timitations of- Sevres and worse of Dresden ; 'every/ -day we are adding to ..the number, of. our, .repro'r ductions j and, no sooner is Parian introduced fjor modelling statuettes, than Cupids, arid other. J117. venile indelicacies are perpetually smiling at us.' under glass shades, or sitting in very uncomfort-] able attitudes upon projections of dishcs,'or baK -ancing themselves miraculously upon the summits^ o...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. GATHERINGS FROM THE GOLD DIGGINGS.—No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

;0itIfiM£ CfliaBUTllJNSv GATHERINGS WQM THE GOLD BIG- ! ?? ? ^ , _ .,r _ ginqs,^-n£'j(,; ;,;v,- :.':?;= ' ?* | * ?George B?,rrpw, in jhis most-, amusing .,'bpolc,; $Tie Bit}i$,m. Spain,- 'remarks ..tTiat.1th'e.'iil special cqiTes pondent' of the ibndon P'rlessiis.a truly, .ubiquitous persqri ; . for. he, had seen. him in .the JPface '\(ej\dame 4tiririg tlii^glpi'ious \\ three days,' when ^the mttraille ?wa&. flying, in sljqwers' around; ho ha,d. met him ;in thc;flying' camp qf Zumaiacarregui. ; . in. the. Steppes ofiitupia ji-undpr the great w.all of China ; and in , the-^rado. df[.j[fadrid, ; during 'a ..popular insuri'ec tipn^.jcqqfljr^tftkyng^notes irpm.a balcony while a ^pipi8,J'c^rin^ria^^a?-Je£WWg thp, streets bclo|w. But I do' hot tHiiitc £hat ever the many-travelled and many-J«ng!aage-i Lavwifip^ evor mat th^ '8pecial;qprrcsppndent';,jn;a wild inountuin-gorge of Australia— surrpuncied i by -hundreds, of.jgold (%g6r.%— Sitting: on the ,bar« ground ? under the shade of...

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THE SOUTHERN GOLDE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

THEi«6xj$HmN;GdLB,liiE^;&' '(From the Goulbwrn JHeratcl.) ,-..., H, ) r: \i' 'Atathysvs.^^ Acorisiderable quant^ of, gold Kas 1je6n-ipr6enred; during tha'last w.eeki.I think a larger 'quantity- than' has been procured . d uring. any; ,pre-r ^viditt'we'ek, 'since the. diggings; were opened... Thi riuirfbe* of diggers aredaily increasing: ,- There, are 'iinany'Jfreah arrivals : from ^ Sydney^ both. land/ and dbastwiso. . The latter mode of transit .will not.Qon-. tinue long, as there are many difficulties, to jbedn-v coiihtered after leaving the .landing place , of the ?Mouraya; ?; Everything is conveyed froni thence oh* pack-horses,- and -those , who have them for hive, dsb £3 per cwt., and will qnjy take clothing and .proivfc. sions ;??? the ;;cradles, pickg, ispatlfcs, , &a, , must |be ' humpedj-up.' . I^havo seen .iseveral perjSqns.Who have come this way, kit. every,, one; of them vows ? that: ho \vill takethe land route when; returning1' to Sydney.' ??' Stores con...

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II [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

?-:V.-«rfi. ?,.; ?,'??''?./?: ,i: No.'. II..' -.-?. .'.',', ??;:',. '..v,.; ,'; ?''' 'Thera;i8 -a pleasant anecdote of an ;;Eriglisli ;^riavyy''' in Sir F. B;: Head's ^Stokers and Pbkcrs,' applicable - enough in ? this ? place: ?? 'A- -gehtleman asked; an Excavator at Kilsby /Tunnel if they 'liad; aj ?minister to preach to them on .; Sundays. ?' '-''^qa,' ; dully, answered the Davvy, but with exqiit6ite:a'ppo ?siteness./'-Soonday hon't cropped' out here yet.!!. ?Sunday is beginning to crop 'our, 'at the Turon dig gings.1 The vigorous and praiseworthy efforts of the Commissioners have succeeded iii putting a stop, to Sunday trading, much to 'the satisfaction of all the respectable portion of the commrthityj :\ Last. Sunday -there was preaching, at various stations,^ in the open air. : The Bishop' Pf - Sydney was at !So faln, and held a service at the Commi3sionei''« tents, ?The audience was not numerous, probably because the weather was unfavourable. , His Lordship an nounced his int...

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GOLD NEWS. FRESH ARRIVALS OF GOLD FROM BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

/ GOLD NKWS: ? FRESH ARltlVALS OF GOLD FROM BALLA rat:;j; ??? ???-??? ?.? (From the Geelong Intelligencer.) irThera,has boon.: anqtherlarge arrival of gold, in Ge'^p'ng^ifrqm. BaUarat,' brought 4ownin charge of thei.Q-ovcrnment,.!Esjcoirt, . of which .we .annex the particulars, ';., The. entire .amount, y.'hich.is ,i36tbs! 9oz3^rid 16grs,, has ...been, acquired; by saccessful , labour, although the names of the actual owners represent, in some cases, purchasers: — ' ? ...w* r:ttf:: ?/ JolinSunlop.'^f.ii ..;... .r',15in3C- 1-, 1R* , ,,ChaflesOake.y/':j'.:.h';i:U-.';vfi M'ii2:)15«f!;0, ?' ; i ?'. William: Turner i:\f.! i .-. iu- K&.ziu tOstvO.tj -??? William Murray ?& £..-.:!'. i .-»:? -v3:-J0r?15Ii G ,i i- Henry Ch'nton ? ' v i 3jf 9,|}.p ' vOr.-y ... . Benjamin _ Wilson .... .'.i^4.iii.5i.Qj,. . James Browttx jr.--* cT.ri';;. ;-* ;.;S6 . 2 5 6 : - ^William 'Liey.ers ? . . . ... , . , 1 „ .Or.- -5 -,Or - : . ;Ale^anaer.^pun^- ';..-: '/., vfl]^, f^ $ £ i Thomas Meretor...

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Original Correspondence. THE MEETING ON THE ROAD BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

?*?*''. r. / - . ? - ( THE' MEETING ONTHE .ROAD ^BILL. !J :;? i-Si':ii Qf'tl :!;iv ????i/v ???.-'?« ?- ;; ;;O:iJ.;:;o:: ;; i-'. '?.: : '; ' -The' 'following icorresponderice'- has arisen but of 'an'expfession'lise'd by- Mv Samuels 'at^'the'publlc mletirig1 bTeld- at: Mr,! 'Aithur's'-Irin on Thursday last, /tp!cqrisider the Eqad- -Bill; introduced by the 'Colo-: ri'ial1 Secretary, in' .which,: ' refemhg to the claims ^ptK of Mr. HblrPyd'and MiyBligh for the1 credit ,bf.-6btairiiriga. postponement' of the second reading of the Bill he remarks that ' either the Herald had. reportied; (Mr. Holroyd's speech) incorrectly or Mr. Bligh 'was;guilty of a gross piece of plagiarism.' 'Subsequently 'Mr. Samuels discovered that his im pression was not obtained from the Herald, but from : a letter received by Mr. M'Intosh from Mr. Holroyd.: In justice tb Mr. Samuels, we are bound to state , that upon discovering his error he immediately ad- , dressed the following letter to this journal for pub-v ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, per favour of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

{To they&Sric'the- Colonial Secretary, per favour of thfl'Btiikur&Ftte Press and Mining Journal) &&p£f Urn one of a numerous class of persons at present in this district who are much interested in. thTgcftdTBgalatioii^ ; especially; Jtjiose- which-relate to extracting gold/¥rbrai^inatrfe& I have been for- many' -years - engaged, 'in.,; the .managemerilbf n^e^an!l4h&ere'ction of machinefjnfor .raising the ore and separating the metals. r- . ? '^Ttie -fliscbvery; bf-the gold--field'ha3 sfoppbd.the; working of the copper and other mines ;,and from: necessity* 3 am- compelled to furn nijr.att'Bntion.'to gold ; raiiHfag.' Vi i.'ii.;:. ??:: Ik.-- ,[:' -.:\- .- .'-?.??:; ;!i .y. : !?.-.:??; | - j-'i&etfworking of '? alluvial gold has afforded a pro'-; Stable sourcet for -employment ;! ihiit -I^^Kelotherj «i3riY6hOTld--wish*tOfbe employed: atsuch work as I,' ?ton^HOst'-'accastoDied-tb,. and ifor. which my. -pro-; fession fits me. The r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

GOLD. GOLD purchased by the undersigned in any .'[quantity, for CASH. ' .'' '. '' - ? BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., Durham-street, Bathurst. Cold. fFHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of JL 'r GOLD'at. BatTiiirat, ' Ophif, and Sydney. '''I/ ' . ,L. & S. SAMUEL. '- ? ? , r Australian Gold. mHE undersigned is a 'CASH PURCHASER of JU GOLD to any amount. ' , ? v '? c '- ! ' WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Clear Creek, Juno 20th, 1851. ISOLD. THE undersigned are 'PURCHASERS of, GOLD '' ,DUSTv ;in , any quantity. , '?*'' THACKER & CO. 541, George-street, Sydney. B&TEtTEST GOLD. HHHE undersigned is'a Purchaser of BATHURST X! GOLD,'ia any quantities. , ? ' EDWARD SALAMON, 446, George-street, Sydney. Gold! Gold!! TPHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of JL GOLD, both at Orange and at Ophir. / ? ' ' ? JOHN PEISLEY,! Coach & Horses Inn ', Orange. Gold. Gold. Gold. C. P. DUNSFORD TS a CASH PURCHASER of BATHURST GOLD JL in' any quantities. ' WilliamrBtieet. A large lump as a specimen w...

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AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

'-?'-- ? NEWS.'.: . ,;;? [PBOK THE ' 8. M. HBEAT.D.'']^ , By the American ship Architect^ which arrived yesterday, we have news from Europe and the United States. - ?-.? ,. - The English news extends to the 26th of . July; three weeks later than we haye' received.; direct, The California papers givenb extracts' froni iEfagljsh papers, but we learn that there liadbaenr. no event of any great importance. Consols were 96^*; ; The Parliamentary Oaths (Jews!) Bill had-been-ttirbwri out in'-tho House of Lords. Crowds of people stjll continued to attend the Great Exhibition. . ; And this is literally all the English news-the papers be-: fore us contain. ;'/'..?': ' The Foreign European news is still more scanty. There had been an insurrection in Madrid of. conrse. for we have never received a 'batch of, European ne\ys in .which there was not a Spanish insurrection.1 Louis JNapoleon's ministry had resigned (why does not appear), 'and that most imperial of republicans, would nat accept their...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

'.- ;;-2BhaItsb tlbf tius. [FROM THE '-HOBART' TOWN GOAttDIAN.'] It. is announced that a literary, gentleman in.Lei cester, has .invented a type-composing machine far siiperior; to that contrived in France. ; i . Mr. Macreadv was about . to be invited to stand for the Tower Hamlets, nice Mr. G. Thompson, M.P., now in the United States. .„ . Cardinal Wiseman had forbidden Father Ignatius to discuss the relative merits of 'the Protestant and Roman 'Catholic religions,, at Exeter Hall, Svith Dr. -'Camming.* ' ? '.','-.' . ' The Committee of the/Chamber of Peers of Ba- ? varia had decided in favor ofthe Bill' conferring civil rights' on the Jews, and abolishing ?certain po lice regulations concerniug. them. ... '?' ??'?'? Otho of Greeco returned to Athens on the';13th of$May, and was received with 'enthusiasm .by. the people. . . ; / ' '; ' '''''.-?' Strong reinforcements were being sent /from Vienna to the Austro-Italian Army, in the south of the Tyrol and the Papal States. ' . ',' ?'-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

HOWARD'S SERENADERS. Great Success. ; ? . ''? THIRD BTHIOPIAN CONCKaT. ;%-. ^ THIS; EVENING. ' ).V '??? 'i ND thV-Uh, 5th,. 6th, and 7th, oh Mbndjiy» ?IX. -Tuesday, and Saturday nest, at the Daniel' p'Connell Hotel. 'Admission 2s., Reserved Seats, 3s. — Doors open at half-past seven, to commence at eight o'clock.' i r HE Rev. James B. Laughton, B., A. late minister of the Scots Church, Garcoar, will preach. D. V., in St. Stephen's Church, Bathurst, to-morrow, Sabbath, the 9th instant, at Eleven o'clock, a. ii.. ??...?' ???--?. ; ? ' ' ??- - . :? notice. ? - ? - ?? ?:-???' A CHESNUT MARE, and filly foal. by her side; -'? branded TT and depasturing at the station of Burrawqngbiny,ay,Lachlan; River, having been lately branded by some person or persons unknown to the Undersigned, and without his knowledge, or authority, With the letters JT a Reward of £5is hereby offered to be given to-'any persun giving such infor nation as- will lead to the conviction of the party or parties who so br...

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

To the Editor of tlie Bathurst Free Press, and ? /.'?'? ' '. ??'?? Mining Journal. Sib,— I observe m your report of a Meeting held, at Bathurst on Wednesday last, respecting the 'Public Koads Bill' that my conduct . in Council in reference thereto, appears to have been misrepre sented by Mr. Samuels, who assumed that -Mr. Holroyd had occasioned the postponement of the second reading instead of myself ; and that I had taken no part in the proceedings of the House. .,.-; My letter to the Police Magistrate .in which -I informed that Gentleman of my having obtained a postponement, and requested him to callfa meetmg on the subject being at the time in Mr. Samu«S?8 possession, his observations were at least. unwar- ranted. It is unusual to enter into the merits of a Bill on the first reading; and as. I had previous to the motion for the first reading* and before Sir., Hol royd entered the- House, obtained Hie Colonial Se cretary's consent to postpone the second reading, to give the. inhab...

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

i:;-^lNA- ' 'The piratpshave been troublesome near Hong Kb'njr i? and ?? foul;' received a deserved chastisiement. Tlie Friend of China, of the ,28th June, says :— - '.':--- On Tuesday \isfr Cleopatra's barge, pinnace, and cutter, smarted in cliase of the piratical junks that had capture'ltwd fishinij boats, and committed the ' murder to which we have referred. The next day about eleven ljaving^nchored during the night olF Sammoon,' following- the route indicated by some fishermen, several vessels were sighted in '-tho: en- ' trance of vBias'-'Bayi the masters of which, directly the pursuers wore seen; lifted anchor and ran in, as far as they- could;; at the s^iine time opening a' fire ' withali the guns that could be brought to beaf.-'This, ?; ?kiiid ofchase and running- fight continued for five' ?' hours.-; ?','; ??:' ??' '?,??''?? ;?????-. ?'.''' ? ? '??:'?/.- ' At the expiration;bf that period, and in the very spot -where Shap'-erig-tchi's fleet' were destroyed, three of the lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

?fc LADY accustomed to the tuition and care of ? ux 'Children wishes' fot a situation1 :as'Guy erness.' ? -ji-'iThe (Advertiser- would- make 'hetself generally' ??Aiseful. '.' .??,:?' ?'?? l ;-'; '???:';--'-r']'l * :~ :'-'? '-;[ '. i ? - rRespectablo references will be ? given and re .*quiredi~ Address ; J. P.? : care of 'the Editor of the iJBathurst Eree Press. ??'?.? '. :'' - / '; ; ? i;;'; 1 , o One. Pound Reward. ?.?..??.?:?:- ? BTQLEN or ST.RAYED frohi:'Nealts: station on r'the'. Tufon, abopt 'fourteen days' ago; a light .-bay HORSEi1 abput ;l5 :liaTids'hi^h;;branded'55M ????'dn/near 8hbulder,WR'on off'ahbulderr'ahd JB un ^deririarie on off side; v ' ;: c0 ; ? :i; ?? : ' ; ? - 'The 'above reward: will 'be given by. the un der ???sigried^on' delivery' oS tlie'hprsb at Neal's station, 't'if-'8tVayedtv'and; ten if ?stoleh;^oncohyictionjortho f;thieiP6r'thievea.:''r',r':V' '':-'''- '?'. :':-' -}^y- '??:;- -:^_ _ .|-«.-L.Mi y:w*j - , '., ;?:. jaMES ifpORE-:; '' : ' ? ? ' ? ' Neal's ...

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