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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDED. (Continued from our last issue.) Re-advertised [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

:^5ob£mmEht CBra?ctte. ' . i : IMPOUNDED^ i '. ?- ?? r --?'& , ''' ?'l~.-;r (Continued from our last issue.) X * ;?' ; '., ,'.,... ; ..;?'?', ',. .Re-advertised':— , tJ,, ''.. .--;:;^:.i: ',?'??? :''' One dark bay filly, 'white stripe on face^ black pouits; ' ] - TW, with Junder near, shoulder.' . ., i ? ',a|;; *,;;;-;./. ?* ?' '?-'?. ? ? ?.-',?, ?;. ?v;'.';;:V'-'.;,-;''-Reradvertised. .??.:-? ? .,' ':??? '-&£. ^:[: ''?? One brown\mare,: black points, 3ikevITH ne$x ?; should.ci;, white.spbts on back ; oiie^ dart, bay;Vor. , .;?«'. brown.,ruare, near hind foot- white*- qq pff'shbulder^ -- ';.-*?' ' DY over.flS or M;riear shoulder ; one ; broSvn. ?,-;?',''' mare, black 'points, DOG'Or ' Chcar shoiildeiv like - SE or.B off shoulder ;;one black' filly, .?.black'poihtSj : ; . ;staron fa,c6?ftlike CO:riear shoulder ; .one .white pony, docked tail, about 13^ ^^hands high, ;-'np. visible brand ; .: one. bay mare, . -sliorfctail; little, whiter on ' fore foot, star on .'face,...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

Tuiura. An enlivening scone presented itself this morn' ing soon after 6 o'clock— one of deep interest and importance to all, and the cause of rejoicing to every lorer of his : country. 1 saw a group of men busily engaged wiih pick and spade at a short dis« tance beyond the Post Office. I speedily found my way to the spot. What was their employment, and who were the actors in the busy scene ? The mys tery was soon solved. It was a holy work — no leas than the erection of a -humble temple for the worship of the Great Supreme. I soon espied the. venerable head of our Church with patriarchal solU citude, superintending the progress of the sacred erection. He' stood . among his1 countrymen in calm and afiablo dignity, with the.plan of the hnm blo structure in his hand, lie had previously aided in the pious work by .digging out the first portion of soil. He was n&w ever and anon giving directions to the workmen, receiving the welcome, of- gentlemen as they arrived— Workmen did I ...

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Local Intelligence. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EXTENSION PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

? ?' Howl luulUgtuu^ 'PRE3BYTKRI AW CHURC ff'EXtENSION;- ;.. ;;,;.; -:v ? . ;PtJBUG;MEEriNG- ?/?;?; v/'\ lA'largQiiricl highly ittfluontiil mcating 6F persons interesto'd in the causo of Presbyterian Church Exr ; .tension,' ihcoriucction with the, Synod of Australia^ ( Vasheld''on:Thursday evening last in SiL/Stepbeti's' ' Church. ' At half-past 7 o'clock the chair was taken by. Major-Goneral.Stewart, aft whose., request tho Rev. K. D. Sroythc opened tho meeting with praise and prayor. 'Tho chairman made a few introductory Tamark3'on:'the' important object whichhad brought ;tho moeting together, and called on- the:Revi James ? Coutts, fromParramatta, to move ? the irst resolu-, 'hiOIi. ;'' ? ? ?' ' ; ' ? ? ? / ' ??? , - ' :' ':^'\' l ...' ' The Rev. James Coutts niordd^th'oVlst Resolu tion:5' That; asit has'long been a subject of deep re gret to the Synod of Australia, that there are many .Presbyterians ; -in :?-' the- interior of' this colony, ? warruly : 'attached to Presbyterian ...

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Local Intelligence. DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 8 November 1851

Total Intelligence.   DEATH BY DROWNING.       On Tuesday last as Mr. Meillon, store-keeper of William-street, Batlurst was crossing the Macquarie near Mr. Yeo's Pound, his attention was called to   the body of a female lying on the surface of the water and apparently embedded in mudi, by a bul- lock-driver who had first made, the discovery. In   formation of the circumstances having been given to the authorities, the body was removed to Mr. White's Red Lion Inn, and on the following day (Wednesday) an inquest was held before the dis- trict coroner, Captain Sutherland, when the follow ing witnesses were called.         Daniel Kenua deposed that he was a storekeeper, and resided in George-st., Bathurat. He had ex-   amined, the body of deceased, but on account of its decomposed state, could not identify the features. The dress he recognized as...

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

THE GOLD COMMISSIONERS. ,; ?;. TolAe;Editor:qf^e\-Bathursi'Fr^Pre^MM ?' :?'. :..''xc r.it-.i Mining Journal, ''.{??.'?i.'-ii'^i'uii- .-Sir-— Having- .occasion -to-gatq the- government barracks, to.day; to forward some gold by tthe'. escort, I;fpun.d ..that .ail the ; Commissioners; .wei'e.'ab'sent. iljipon.inqqiry I learned that; they had all gpnorto a i ball; or, something of. that sort. : .,' /:?? ?.^-i\-,,'j !; -Now; .Sir,-.- 1,-, would-, wish to know .wheMjcVisiich . coriductas. not highly rcprehensibierrinasmuch-; as * 'circumstances of a very serious nature might ^ occur during ;theu\ absence. - The police stationed here, if not .under efficient control would be of little or '.no, use,' :weve; any; 'disturbances to. take place-r-in fact they are-.themselves as likely to transgress, the laws as, any of .the diggers. No later than yesterday, I saw a; policeman ? go into a tent, not a thousand miles from. the post office, and get a pint of ale, not once but several times. Other p...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press<AUT>Mining Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

To the Editorof the Bathurst Free Press, and 'Mining Journal. W . : ^ Sin,— In your isiucbf the 29th ?Ostober' last, I observed a paragraph headed ' Mail Coach Acci dent' purporting, to; be- a report of - the: accident which' occdrred to the mail coach, iwhcn descending 'Mount Victoria1? on the 25th; Oct. Your report 8tateSr^ -?'? :?.;;-;?.--?.?.-?.??--?--?;.?-;??-? _ ' As the mail coach was. coming down Mount Victoria on the upward route to Bathurst, the end of the pole broke,' 'and tlie dash-board coming in contact with the hind parts of 'the polo horses, they commenced plunging violently, which ended in the capsize' of- the vehicle and v-the passengers being ejected. Serjeant. Greaves, of, the Mounted Police, was thtotra forward, and the coach wheel passing over his uncle, it was completely smashed and his ? leg broken in two places. Several of the other pus* ' sengerswere bruised, but not' seriously, v Three of the horses broke loose from the traces and bolted, ' leaving' one ho...

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Colonial Relns. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

OT'oiohml Jlctos. VICTORIA. r .. SHBAEfN-G. — ^We are given to understand, from i gentleman resident in that neighbourhood, that 'the shearing is nearly finished in the Wimmera and Avoca districts. The extensive stations of Messrs. 'Brock, Mingus, and Nicol, Rostron, Donald,!. W-hit- -taker, &amp;c, &amp;c, will all have completed that opera tion tiiis week. The price given this season has been twelve shillings per hundred with rations, and fourteen shillings without rations, und four shil lings per day with rations, for sheep washing. Men -are procured plentifully, and without difficulty, re gardless of the various absurdities mentioned about 'the diggings, &amp;c. — Argus. Mount Alexander. — As an instance of the 'productiveness of these diggings, we may mention ' 'that a gentleman was at our office last night, who has procured 371 ounces of gold in' little more than a week. This quantity is to be sold by auction, ?^this day!, at the Tooms of Messrs. Symons and Terry.—...

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VAN DIEMBN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

-VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. .; ' SA Scarcity of Labour. — Each day we feel ;c* Wore 'sensibly the diminution of the labour mar 'Ttet'; 'all are off for the diggings. The captain of the Marmion had come from Lauhccston to Hobart Town to emtdov men to screw'his wool-; he cives ''them 4s. a day, and finds them in everything, be sides paying their passage up and down. Captain '^Robinson, of the Monteznma, and Captain Thems, ? of the Flying Squirrel, have come over, via Laun 'cestbh, to see what is to be done. They have left their vessels deserted by their crews, and they can ? not obtain men. Several of the fishermen in town liave hauled up their boats this morning, and are off for the diggings to-day. Timber is lying un heeded on the wharf; one of the captains in the port says that he would not take it as a present. Captain Ogilvie and his crew are all gone to the mines. The master builders- expect to lose their 'best men in a short time. The business of the city zib now dreadfully depressed, ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT SOFALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

:'r -PlIBLKT'lvirBETi^G AT SOFALA. ' OnvSaturday'cveatn'jf-rast, --'nt 5 o'clock,' 'about * 2000 miuars) assembled - oil tlie hill behind the Circus, atf SofrtUi|.:to ;take '.; into1 consideration the preseiit system pf licensing miuers. ;. ; Tlw ? meeting ;'' was cohvehed *.by- means .6^ written, notices, :tii]id the services of a bell-man ware calfe'cl into' recfuisitdou ?= upon tli3 occasion. lircat . interest wastukemn ,thc- proceedings ; the speakers were vociferously j 'chcerell, and at tho conclusion the ..multitude- dis persed in a peaceable and orderly m'ariueiy As our report of tho meeting arrived too,lute for insertion, wo., have, riot' sjiaco /for' more thiin the follo»yi:ig sketch, but the proceedings will be given' at length hi Saturday's isstic.'Ji Schubert; Esq.,' J-L'.^liavlng bacn votcdinto the cliair,1' ?'-: '/?' ? ^ ' x -? -': '! ' Mr. J.,G; White moved ith'»fol!(-wing resolution, which was seconded by Mr. ^Grayling, and carried nem^-coiv. '-???'.: ? * :&amp;...

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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 — 12 November 1851

' ;^ri^^ ' To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and ;?;;.-/-,- ?:;!' ;tV':- ? V-- ^Mining Journal. ,--?&amp;) ??,-.' ?'/. l-'-V'v', - i'-'Sm^Tha inhabitants' of this township hayi^ lie en ?''subject'- to great ? annoyance during ? tnc;last two ?hearing seasons by reason president. sheep-owners ?Washing and depastrtring their1 sheep in the creek within the limit of the township, thus eating up the gr.As3 which properly belongs to ? allithe inhabitants i unft polluting tho only water they, have for use. I need riot tell you that -an admixture of the sweat; grease and filth from upwards of' 2000. sheep gives the water used' for culinary purposes 'a: peculiar and by .ho means a pleasant flavor. ? Unless the ritten ?tiori of' the:- Chief .(poiiistable or'- other authority is called to this crying nuisance, [.suppose the people of Cfifcoaf riiiist? submit to be half : 'poisoned- for tho benefit or convenience' of brie ''-or t\v'0 individuals. 'Isthcrenotcmedy ? ' ?' ! -;-:^-':' ':...

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Local Intelliginte CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

iLotn\ It ii u thai me. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. Tenders are 'invited in the Government Gazette, for which it is stated no eligible offers have yet been received; -?-:.? ': '.!?. : 'From an:l to Bathurst and O'conncll, t^icc a week.. '_ ''!''; ?'?r--:- ?.-'?)«].' *. '??From and to Bathurst and Rocklcy, twice a ?week. :.? .-??'-':-'' '/??? ,.-..:-':v: ''.:?? ??:? ??.''.?* v;;::. ;'-:?, : From and- to Bathurst, Orange, Molong, :arid Wellington, twice or three times a week. ; '.-/ From and to, Wellington and Dubbo, twice a week.' ' ?:'/?.?'*'? ..'. ' \''; ' '. : *-;*' ' ,_ I ? ? ? '!;

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

DIED. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; At Solitary Creek near Bathurst, on Saturday &amp;nbsp; the 8th instant, Mrs. McPherson, relict of the late Mr. McPherson, aged 76 years. &amp;nbsp;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

,^v'I;'r £alcs by Auction. ''.?? ? ' v-.-.v- ? , . Boree. ? ? - -?! --^ '.,'«, '/./:j V;'..'T ?'?'?' '''MR. ASHE . ., ... ..-.,:??,? : ,'' ' ;;:' ifii;y»fi;L;Ii.:':'ffE LL SBYlXUCTfO-N, ; : ;? iv S .? !;: ' ipN THDRSbAT, 2nTH 'NoVBMBBR,' ' ' - ' ^l.^:u^'At,iiie;Reiidence of T. HpHbop^Esq., ; i' 1 (Consequent 'on a Change] 6/. Residence,/ .tpf.QUSEHOLD FUENITURS . 2,000 Maiden' Ewea : '?' .^'???^| 150 Head of quiet Cattle ? : -.40 Head of Horses, &amp;c.t . ,/. .T, ; .. , . ;.'?';' ' Terms at Sale. ' . ? , v'Vi$ir To purchasers of the shepp and furniture ; ''''Mr.^Ash'e'is authorised to state, that for thereon u;vehience of purchasers, the above may rernain'upon ' the premises for ten days after the sale, in charge ' of a trustworthy person. .: ; ?' ????: To Butchers axM others at tbe Turon and elsewhere. ;.;;Sl;'' '?'?.' .: ~mr. ashe ' ?? - ? ' ?^--; ' infASbeen instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, _ Xl on the square opposite Mm. Black's Hotel, ' -on ''Thursday next, the 13th instant,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

G-dlti, 2Draperv, Grocery, Wines, Spirits, &amp;.c. MR. J AMES Fl rZP \TMCK is n pnrch-ver of ? W no] mid Sheepskins, at the highest market pricps,Nfor Ciisb. lie also, will give the highest prices for Gold Dust, -ay, £3 3'3.: (II. to £l 3s. 9d. I'er ou.vcb.* ' J P. also bp[»s to inform tlio inhabitant* of B.Uhiif-f,. and tbp stirro-milinij cli-»tnc'8,'thnr he has just returned from-Svilnpy, after purchasing * a' large stock of fronds stnMble to the precpnt.S'asnn, consisting of all kinds of Drapery Hosiery. Slops, &amp;c. ; as well as ironmongery of -til kinds, tinware, &amp;c. ; in fact everything suitable for gold diggers, and Storekeepers, which he intends selling at the lowest remunerating profits. N.R. — -Mways on hand, a larjre s'ork of Tea, Sugar, Tobacco, Flour, &amp;c, as well as nil kinds of Spirits ; Ale and Potter, in wood and bottle ; also, Ginger Wine, &amp;C..N.C. For the 2?uron Gold Diggiag-s. THE undersigned begs to iniorm the public t iat he ha...

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The Dianinas. SOFALA [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

: ^fic-aSfamnns.'''4''' [PKOM OUR OWN, COllItBSl'oifDEKTS.] . , ' SOFALA ';?? : The police have not ? boon ulle' in ifcrrcttirig' out the; sly-grog-shops. : . Out of the ? several ? cosas brought; bafore thc'CoiriinissiorKii's' .Court, .Messrs! Lucas ami Wood were fined £Sl() each. One case fell to the ground-owing to the stupidity of one the policeman who was unable to describe the position of the cbhtriih.lnd grog-shop at .\Vhich ho purbhdsed t]xe liquor', Several seiziires of spirits; were mide' in the. course of the past week, but detection is not sd simple a matter . ' as it in ay seem. = ',Tho d odgo resoifed to for : the purpose of 'evading the penal consequences ;in such cases : is to dismyii both .tha the, tents .and /their contents. Whenever these j tactics i\h adopted,. all the police eitil dq is to. make ? a sei'ziiro; ? ? ' : ? *.; ' ' ! ./ ?' ' A statement appeared in ihe'-Free Pmss a short time ago to the cliect that the Turon policu were j remiss in the pbrformance ,...

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THE SOUTHERN GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

'?? T HE SdUTHE R!^ GOLD FIELDS. A--g3Htlcihiih pif considcnible cxperidiKSe iriviflin ing matters, who we uiidcrstixhd, has; spent ' some tiino in visiting tho-westci-n and southern gold: fields of New South VVfilc^ and taken fonsiduralilo pains to 'ascertain their1 extent ami capabilities, writes to ti h'tend in ;Bathurst,'tlKJ results pthis in vestigations. , The letter has been 'kindly handed over to us with purmissio;f to make what use we' choose of it.; The writer coinmenbes thus— - . : '???vl do myself tha pleasure* tof informing yotL that' after a visit to all tiie principal' diggings hi 'tliis (the Gpulbura) district, I have conic to the cpnclu litsoncthat as compLiivd'.withxiHirs, they, arc poor and limited. Some parties liuyc .done well at a place, sau'lto-lmyb-baeiv'Hikcov^ called Major's Creek. But these diggings Ihive no extent. ;In short added altogether they would only make a corner of your .Turpn., !:'; i\|y ;ad vice there fore to the gold diggers of. yqitrVdist'fid...

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BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

BALLARAT. Recent arrivals from tho seat of wealth inform us that great disorder is .prevalent, and is attribu table chiefly to the demoralising, facilities with which ardent spirits aro obtained. A serious row had occurred, eventuating in loss of life — the par ticulars- of which our informant was not aware of— but he states' that one man was killed arid another owed his safety to cutting an aperture through the back' of. his teiit with a knife. Several were '? se riously injured, amongst them a gentleman from Holurt Town, who, hearing tho cry of murder, looked out from his tent, and was visited with a severe blow on the back of his head. Another in formant states that a pri/,6 fight was to have taken place yesterday (Suriday). Another rumour sea ted that no less than six parties wJre indicted for sly grog selling. ' , Tuu Gold Mania. — Several persons returned to Melbourne from Ballarat on Saturday evening, the major 'part of- whom haye not brought a single gr tin of gold; others h...

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BATHURST POST OFFICE RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

BATHURST POST OFFICE 11ETURN. /A 'Return shewing the nu'mbSr|dfv letters, month by month, recciyed and ^despatched from' the Post Office of .'.Butliui'st''; tlie' number of lettoi's regis tered at Bathurst, month1 ^by -month,' during the svtne.perio.l ; the quiucityof gold whtchnibpassaj. through tho Pust Oiiiec at Bathurst 'lurijrg'ihesatne. period ; spacityi.ig1 the- quantity weekly;' mid tho amount paid weekly in1 the way of pr.stigiv for goM during the same poiioij; tho number 'of* mails' ar- riving at, and departing fr j'in tlio ftitliurst Post Oiltee weekly during the saino pjriodi sp'e'c'i}yin» tho days and hours of such arrivals unit deparcures &amp;o.',&amp;e. '' . ? ' ? «'Mi-NTaS.- ., ItBCBlVBJXf!I-ISa.PA-rCUO ;-.TOPAL. '' January........ 3,82I- ,'3,788-!; ?? J 7,609 Iffob^uary...,.^ ^;^,3,482-i;; v, , 3^2*1 ;?! ' :^7G3 March. ....... ^Ojiiij ; ! , 3,966 ''? -8,061 April,...iv/.:; ''!r3,94^^--' 4,048 ? 7,932 ?May- .vv.'.-.r.^v -^,319^ -,.., ^4,134-- ?-' -8,503 June...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

: '^KEXtY CALEtfDAR.!: ?''?i&amp;Mv--' ' ' '*??'.' '? ''???'?* '??'? /.'?';?:«»?: '?!$&amp;---? ^ : - §-?? , ;-:S-;--; ''??^'.g'.i - ?v^«' ;: .? '?'? - ,??* -rij.^ -.i. -yi-S*. 'ii.v':-'-'' '?'' sfr. -ir.; :--' ' *u «^*k^ifl3 Xh»-i ?i'l^vwwis&amp;Q 'j.tia'-teni«'-iii33 IO^U^.^i.^ ?*$ztu $rv' '%5-r?F*&amp;o :-$ ™r a? so ??? ; Zi 'W&amp; ? .^;-i5iSi^'f^-';.'^'5p ?.6rf-'i:A- 4021 - .'???..'. ?'?? *? '??-V-/ 17!M., 4-V-.*,V48 6 .. 42 23 ' -W...4. ?i^V 18 T/ -,4'^'^^43 :.6'; ??'. ; ' 4324 -'. '^T

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 12 November 1851

.; ! CGolU 3il«Cl)3SEtS. ' Gold Mews. . - ' J. SOLOMONS &amp; CO., G- O Xi X- T/lTILLl ffive -*3 3s' Per Ounce for GOLD in any Grv»T- . , v .',..- ' ' '. quantities, at the OLD purchased by the undersigned in any - Bee Hive Store, quantity, for CASH. ^ William'-street. - — - BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., Bathurst.. Durham-street, Batliurst. Nov. '4th, 1851. f ? Gold. ?? , I - I To Gold ZHg'g'ers. mHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of ft - TOLANO is a CASH PU RCHASER of 1 GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, and Sydney, j -Lit! ; GOLD, at the highest maiket price, at - ? ' - — ' -r RBs'SAMUEr Bathurst, Carcoar, and the Turon Stores. : v- Australian Gold. ? ^ ™-* fTT1?a?r ICK ' mHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of _Q n*™ t eZt ?? ' 1 GOLD to any amou^ ? ? \ TS a CASH Purchaser of Gold in anv quantities, * I .' WILLIAM CUMMINGS.' ?* ^ 2 0 per ounce, at Ins Sto.es. Clear Creek. June 26th, 1851. , ' -??'»' . George-street, Bathurst., ? ; ? : ? j ? . October 10, 1051. 1 i GOLD. - * * ll ? LJ ? Z ? 1 ...

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