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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

;OA.RDJ!^IBra AM) A.GttrciTLTURA.L MBMOHANDA. - . ' - FOR NOVEMBER. The 'ftABn'm: Sow aabbage, lettncQ,-1-*lii.iho.i, carrots* onions, looks, penB, broad boanp, French boana, and hir fiiips; plant cabbage, lettuce, and potatoes.— The *Fieu-: ?:Tbe?tatter end of this month plant potatoes.— The Vi.vk: Ornftlnj? the vino to be practised this month ; the buds ??OZin to sboot towards the end of tbis month. ' .

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press And Mining Journal
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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

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THE CRYSTAL PALACE. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, July 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

. THE CRYSTAL PALACE. HOUSE OF COMMONS. 1 Tuesday, July 29th. Mr. Hcywood moved an address', praying Her Majesty to 'direct -that the Crystal Pa lace'be preserved until the 1st of May next, with a view to determine if it can be adapted to purposes of public utility and recreation. He specified several objects to winch the structure might be advantageously devoted, remarking that its locality was singularly de ficient, in places of-public recrealion.7. The commissioners could not move of themselves, and must take clown the building unless the House interposed. ' } Colonel Sibthbrp opposed the motion. He had denounced the work at the beginning .as a most, gross attack up'on ihe rights oHMs country.' He remained of the same ' opi nion. .' ? ' Mr Labonchere dissented altogether from the estimate of 'the Inhibition formed' by Colonel Sib.thbrp. ' It had ministered to the gratification, of hundreds' of thousands ; its effect upon trade and the arts, he believed, would be not inconsiderabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

scales fci) &uciioh. ? ? ? ? ? ? ??- - ? T T litfitS DAY, 27th N -ViiMBEii. Zft&sara. Asiie and crokor ryiLL Sell by Auction, to-morrow to the high' YY , tst Bidder, m the Stores, Kusfleil-street, hdU'-iiaot 12—' 4 Hogsheads London Ale , 2 do. Brandy 3 Sets Cart Harueas ( Leading and Shaft) 3 Wliolo Chests 'IVa ^ 2 Half «lo. ih. A low B ises Manilla Cigars One Ton ut Pli»u\ (warranted unadulterated) GS lidgs do., 10U lbs. uuch. Terms,— Cash. , Messrs. Asiae and Oroker HAVE Ijcen instructed to .Soil by Auction, with y'ut reserve, at' Arthur's Inir, on Monday ru'Xt,''12 o'clock— ' ? ?? A .Quantity of Merchandise, including 50 Half Chosta of Uyion skin Tea. . ' Terms,— Cash. t Friday's 'Weekly Sale;/' - -— — _ ? ;- ' ;* MESSRS. ASHlfi AND, CROKER, WILL SELL BY A UGT1 0 tt. At Mrs. Black's Hotel, * ? On Fuiijat Nbxt, at IS O'Clock,- ;, SEVKllAL useful Horses, 'accustomed to cart 'harness, and. saddle; also, a very superior biy Mute. ? Notb. — Tho- unbroken 's»pefc.adVort...

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CALIFORNIAN QUARTZ CRUSHING [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

?0ALIF0RNI AN QUARTZ CRUSHING (Correspondent of the Times. ?) As yet but a few veins of, quartz have been prospected to warrant individual labour, yet united strength. has generally p;»id well, aiid in some instances I was told that from 101) lo 5'iHl dollars' to a. man per day hud been taken by the simple process of pounding Ihequartz in a hard mortar. Iii every direction youseo men employed, and the whole neighbourhood looks as if it had been' turned' up. Having remained at Nevada City two days, I returned lo'1 Grass -Valley, five miles below. Here were 2,1 100 or 3,000 men engaged, and here is at present the chief 'place 'of quartz milling operations. There were eight crushing-mills either in operation or nearly completed,- and vast piles -f quartz thrown up or lying before t lie mills ready for crushing. At the veins many were pounding out the rich specimens by hand in small mortars, and were getting large .-returns. ' I saw several, .specimens, which were valued at from' one lo...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

'ftocni ftuuUicMUt. Tdr Weather akd the Crops. — The past week has beon marked by a succession of showers, which have given a fresh impulse to the progress of vegetation. The surrounding country looks beautiful with verdure^ and has an appearance not unlike a vast English ineadow. The accounts or the crops from every quarter continue to be highly favourable, and from all we can hear from many of the oldest residents .of the district, if once secure from the effects of late frost, the produce,will ex ceed that of any season for the past twenty years. In many places the hay is rather lightj a consider able quantity of hay land having been left un-' ploughed, by tke..smull settlers Avho were too anx-. ious to dig the gold field to attend to the proper cultivation of their farms. But a bounteous season will more than supply any deficiencies which may arise from this cause. Vegetation' of every de scription is exceedingly vigorous, and we have now the cheering prospect that we.shall be e...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Land Ri.oi L''TioN8.~'J'he Lieutenant' Governor of Van Diemen's Land. has i.ssutd ? sines of Lund HfguiHtions, for the pur jjose o iiiclucmiK-ibe.' colutiidl youth not to ;l-ave li e.colonv. By*«h'ese .-vwy licensee ?el Crown Lands is to he allowed .loselect' -oi c .h-valiou ami fufure purchatse,- aiij' part of the, .land's leased to him, ^ium' le-s than one hundrevl acres. He i3 to, have feo jeaisciedn, paying a fee of ibV ly. shil lings per armuii* until 'the purchase liioVy is paid He is hIso to have thejight oifse. ' lectittj.' a 'block of. ten 'lime.' ttie' -xi-it'«r Vf ? ? ins ir.^iii.^d' pinch ast- '!.f uh'c- n.. r- -J',\ '}$\K ini^uief enjoy twnt' i\*- f--r ii-.. j -'Vs. ' ? [T.tuse iV^u^tioiti. hriti 'jj;iv.'f.' 1 iu:h o^-'r^-ct; jM'''jVa'y|H;tii.K.|'m-'rii/ii.; .\v»n ; . !i.-- h'5 i ..:';.,! \\\ -. V^^&S^^ ?li-H««-»»i.»i:'.lK! ^-u,'V\ *'H^i$*M&)SJ$ ''??- r. ' - ^ ' JH'C.l. -'-b'-' U:-v,l ..til ii*' '^cijaf^o.-jihi! j bUyiis. ?'?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

*tr»C2Z_ l_ c-Rfl-lJlW:siLiRa008»- „ - . . .... Tho Grocery department, ni.^udos I fas cin« i i ??% ? ' , ... . ?; . Sugars of the first qnuliiy, Tobacco, 'I.olh negio * STEWARDS, ? head and Cavendish, from the fiisumann'nctories. - ? W. H. StfTYOR, Esq., M.O. Currant*, &c. Linen and .-. pollen 'Drapery, bp - J.-N. M'lNFOSH. fc,8O- . lected from tho best Houses, and is of a very S» SAMUEL, EsQ. superior description. Slops of all kinds, ma-lo of * '* ' f ' ? ? ' ? excellent material, ami first-rate nwke. The Wines . . °DQ** . . : , are from iIip fust vintiipos and -the Spirits, Airs, - , - \S- LEE, E?-^, Sesr. , and Po ter, of the very best brands. TaEAMJRBa. , . .. . / . The following aro a few of tho :irticJps now on '..t = ??- ? J|R» JOHN DARQrN,' ?'?? hand for sale, and as the prppiietor of the Bnthurst ?? ' ' CtBHK or THE Couaaiu ? . Store intends to transact a iirst-rate business, he ' «n TAMt-c nn.nv ? will impose the smallest percentage of a profit upon ' ,«..! .,i .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

' jJewiSBrapery Establishment. ; TARSHISH HOUSE* E/WEBB AND CO. beg to acquaint tlieir t Tfrienda and the Public generally, that they have taken the premises in George-street, recently occupied by Dr. Connoll, and next door to Mr. Gordon's well known Store, where they have commenced business as Linen and Woolen Dra pers, Hosiers, Haberdashers, and general Out fitters. They beg further to state, that the premises are now open, with an extensive aud fashionable . Assortment of every description ot gouda included in the above various branches. E. W. 8c Co. having bestowed considerable pains in the selection of their Stock, respectfully invite an inspection, in the confident hopt that approval and purchase will naturally follow each other. The principle of business which they mean to adopt, is that of Hmall profits and quick returns ; and ai is is intended to carry this principle out in its integ rity, they would surest that all their transactions will be for Cash, and Cash only. The La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

v.otiue. ~ ? 'Weekly Sa.e of Stocii. rPHK UtiVrsijinfd bi%» most respectfully to -in- ; MR.. ASHE 1 lorm th* ieH.le.ito «t B-.thu.st and t-e sui- E(}S ^ off|i|- h,s ^.^ one d ,n rounding (linnet*, that lie h-i« j.ibt mj.ivtd, *nd on [^ |(|r (||e ,lisp,m| -l{ J Sale, at his S'ores. Hcwiek-s'mt. a Urge an«l rr/iDcpi /ijiurp ..._ . v tried ax-ortmrnt of gone al goods, in which will fIU£ii-h*-, LAI ILH, AND SHEEP, foe foiinil something adapted 10 the wants .of all . ... By P ublia Cowpttitiun ; rhwwof pmclu'iTs; inr'uding «hi« largest nnd And purposes holding a Sale on every Friday, at hei.1 selecti-d «tock «? CrorkiTy ?«»! GJa-h-wai* that * ? wryrnr hns hitherto been oflereii in Bathuist.and - f which. mi*' BL\(_K *, ROYAL HOTEL, to Rive the I'uMic partly ati idea of ex cut and where, frt)tn the exiensive Stabling, and yard-room qiMiiry,ih£f-ty)tt'&i£~:l.isi is submitted . — _ accommoditiwj, combined with the moat centrical Hliipkets. k'lgs, grey and white calicoes, tweed situa...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAI. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1851 GOLD AND WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 26 November 1851

1 -THE BATHQUST ERKG PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL . ' MAGNA 1SST YERITAS BT PRiEVALEBIT.' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1851. GOLD AND WOOL. Now that gold digging has become an im portant -branch of our industrial pursuits, and tile 'conviction is gradually settling'ltself in. men's minds that gold-must shortly out - strip all our other exports in extent and value, -the people of this colony have a right to 'ex pect that, at least, no impediment will he in-, | ^terposed to the development of our. auriferous ; resources. In all the laws and regulations j ?which our legislature, in its wisdom, may. \ 1 enact for the government of the miners, we Bimply ask, and have a right to expect, that -after providing for the official expences which , may be incurred in the 'due maintenance of peace and order, ths support of the neces - sary administrative machinery and the carry ing out such local improvements as our' gold ?'discovery may render necessary, 'that the ?rgold diggers may be left alone. Capita...

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THE SOUTHERN GOLD FIELDS. BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

.THE SOUTHERN GOLD JIUmT . (From the Goulburn Herald.') - BRA.IDW00D. ThoBraidwood gold diggings are still improving and'new fields have lately been discovered. Major's Creek is proving amazingly rich, and Bell's Creek is also very good. Both creeks arc fully stocked with labourers ; but the Araluen flat, which was abandoned in consequence of the water in the creeks, is now fit to receive above . three thousand men. A gentleman who prospected at the Beiilah River has collected several small nuggets ; and another individual at the Corang took out an ounce and a' quarter with a tin dish in one day. A new gold field has been discovered near Tallerang Peak at tho source ol the Maloon,and several parties are now at work. An individual who lives near the Corang has 'fitted up two cradles, and intends, with his sons, to commence operations there immedi ately. But the greatest expectations are formed of ther-Bucluh, .whpse.banksof quartz and slate give promise of nuggets. Gold has been foun...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

. WELLINGTON, ,, [ffHOM O0R OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ! In' our own thinly peopled township and district, as in. the denser localities of Bathurst and Sydney, goldis the universal theme of conversation, and so tar as the change in our present fortunes and fu ture prospects is concerned no unpleasant topic either. .Some six months ago the business people of Montefiores might be seen gaping and yawning at their own doors, in a style which would have led a commercial traveller (if there be such a race in this colony) to suppose that they were looking into the blessed firmament to learn whether Sunday or Christmas would arrive first, and with that listless soporific air which half proclaimed that it was a matter of little consequence which. But now I can assure you, we are a changed race — we are be coming cute as coons, brisk and lively, and some thing like downright absolutely smart, I can tell ye. In fact, I may say sir, with becoming arid ap propriate modesty, that a genuine Kentucky hors...

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GOLD FIELD AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

GOLD FIELD AT AL13URY. Nov. M.— Much excitement has prevailed in our little t jwn for the last few days, in consequence of gold having been discovered 'in tho vicinity of tho ' to vnship, by Mr. Richard Heaver, of this town, an I a man named Donnison, who have been pros pecting in the neighbourhood for ths last three in -nths. Yesste/.lay morning, a party of eight or nine went out to the pliics with thed scoverers, and washed some of thj earth in tin dishes, and I am gkd to say that every one th.it tried the experiment succeeded in finding gold. Although not found as yet in largo, nuggets, it is evident, that gold of tho . finest quality exists in abuiulancenn tho neighbour- , hood. After a day or two's trial at tho diggings, I ; shall let you know the lvsult. ? D.JM. ' ?

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

, ( MOLONG. (From our own Correspondent.) - ?? I The weather of late has been delightful, and the pjentiful andf seasonable supply of moisture has Supplied us Svith'griiss and water -in abundance. IThe props are.everywhere uncommonly heavy^ and look splendid. The 'late' frosts hare^been very light, and so far as I can learn, h'ave not done any 'damage. Stock of every description1 is in capital, condition. Labour is very scarce, 'a^id hard to be had for love or m6ney. There / is 'some talk of j£l an acre for reaping in our neighbourhood, but such -a price is altogether preposterous. Shearing is all but over, hay-making progressing, and wheat just ripening. Notwithstanding the departuie of our peace preserver, Mr. constable Davis, the town ship of Molong is very quiet. Rogues are too busy to cheat, and thieves cannot spare time to rob; people in general are in too good spirit's to1 fie quarrelsome or litigious, consequently the office of constable is a sinecure. In fact we are all ful...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

IRELAND. ' Tipfekart Past and Present. — The nssi o- for the north riding of Tipperary, but a few brief years 1130 the Irish Aceldama— closed on Tuesday 'evening, having onlv lasted a day. and a half. Commenting upon tnis nappy reformation, 1 ie Nenagh Guardian asks—' Who would have im. \- gincd four years ago — even so late us two— that the assize for the north riding of the county of Tip perary would only lu.-t for suuh a short period ? It is truly gratifying that it lias proved maiden with regard to capital conviction', and that only two pcT-suns have been transported for seven _ years. This is cause for congratulation, as. manifesting the tranquillity of the country, and the dispo-i|ion of the people not to bring themselves within the meshes of the law. It shows that although for a time heinous crimes may he committed, au'dthe sou-it of ngrarianism and murderous onslaught spread tuomseives over cue iu.uu, jul uiu iiiiuiiiua :ration of justice, the conviction and punishment of L ...

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The Biggings. TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

? -©he 33i0gtttgiB. ? 1 TURON. ? ^ On Monday week new diggings wero discovered at Morrissett's .Greek. Two' parties, it appears, had !been secretly at work sometime, and had bean do in? extremely well. . At length one of tlwm turned up a nugget of 10^ ounces, making the day's earn ings of the party 15 ounces. This luck was alto gether too pood to keep, and it accordingly sjot whispered abroad, considerably amended a-ul, im proved. % As is customary on such .occasiuris, an. immediate riibh took place, and in an incredibly short space of time about two and u half unties of die creek was laid out in cliims. On a moderate c limitation I saould suppose that there ara not Ic3s than 400'pcoplo now at work in .this lioifthb'our hond^most of whom appear to bo doing well'. - The gold obtained on Mon-isssti's Creel; is prin cipally iiiiigetcy, and pieces innumerable are found weighing' from halt an ounce to four 'ounces, 'and oven more. Good as the average earnings of the diggers undoubtedly' ...

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A JOURNEY TO THE TARSHISH AND NEIGHBOURING DIGGINGS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

A. JOURNEY' TO THB -TA.R3HISH AND 1 NfltaffBCHTftisra diggings. [FROM A CORltE3PONDENr.] As my. object in the following communication, is to1 supply you and your readers with a few naked facts, 1 shall dispense with the usual preliminary flourish, in which sentimental tourists to the diggings' usually indulge. Tor instance, a laboured description of my breaktast before starting would have been, except to ('a 'romancist, a thing impossible, for the simple reason 'that it was 'a very simple' affair — to describe to them the balminess of the morning air,' the beautiful verdure of the circumjacent land scape, besprinkled here and there with most pro ? lific looking wheat fields; or even to soar'. into transports about the mountain summits, the rugged 'glens and the wild and, except for gold digging, impracticable country over which my track ex tended, might appear very pretty and amusing' to my own individual soli, but woul.l prove profitless and insipid to the readers of the Free Press...

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THE LOWER TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

THE LOWER- TURON. Information reached town yesterday that gold was ,bcing found in large quantities on the Dirt Hole and'Little Oakey Creeks, near the junction of the Turon, .with tho, Macquario river. Ono party . was obtaining as much as 35 ounces per day, se veral parties were realising 30 ozs. and as much as an ounce had in several instances, been procured in a tin-dishful of earth. ' The bars near the junction are also yielding, large quantities. Hundreds of the diggers it is said are making their 'way to the locale of these new discoveries, and nearly all arc doing well. Several return Californians who had visited the place stated it as their deliberate con viction that these diggings will prove the richest yet opened. The great drawback to this place is its almost unapproachableness. Except to pack bullocks, horses or men it is inaccessible Nothing in the shape of a vehicle' except a flying-machine or air-balloon would be of any £er,vice in a country which is one mass, of moun...

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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

PORTLAND. ?? ^Annoyance' '.op Horse STEALEBS.V—Tjie' Jrial-; practice of horse-stealing is yet as rampanf as 'ever;. Mr. Cameron missed from his station, Limestone Ridge, two favorite horses, on the first of July last ; having reason to ; think that they were stolen, he went in pursuit of the supposed culprit, and after riding the enormous distance of 1000 miles, suc ceeded in capturing the vagabond about 20 miles from the Murray. Mr. C. is subjected to the fur ther trouble and expense of a journey to Melbourne to appear against this light-fingered worthy, whose trial comes off on the 17th insiant. By the time of Mr. C's return home, he will thus, in pursuit of his horses, have ridden a distance of about l,400milesi Such instances as. this might well open the eyes both of the Adelaide and Port Phillip Govern ments to afford us additional protection against, the incursion of the worst of characters. — Portland Guardian. ........ . - . A fine sample of gold has4 been sent to Sydney fr...

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