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GARDNING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

.'? : '? ' i JTOlt' NOVEMBER.1 ~'/-l- ' ' Thb ft/SBEir: Sow ciWmkjp', lettimo, rad'shps,' carrot*, onions, Itoks, p--as, broad benns, French beans, and tur uius; plant rabbage, It-ttuce', und potatoes.— THE 'FlEtn: ¥h-?. Utter end of this month pSant potatouw— Tns Vi.xs: Grafting tin* vine to V practised this month ; tho buds, *»egin to flipot towards the end of this month.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

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

Local Intelligence Shocking Mail Coach Accident.-— On Tues day last about noon,' tho. mail coach, on the upward route to ^Batliurst, capsized over a bridge about half an hour after leaving Hartley. Tho following particulars of ' the accident were communicated to us 'by Mr. 'Noble, tho equestrian, who was a pos sjnger : — The portion ot tho road approaching the bridge forms a rather steep pinch, down which the horses wore driven with such a velocity that the coachman was 'unable to turn his horses sufficiently quit to avoid running over the parapet on the off side. An overturn into the creek beneath was the consequence, in which one man, a new arrival from California, was' so severely Jnjnred that ho died after lingering a short time in ' the greatest agony. Another was much hurt, but is gradually recover ing, being now able' to walk about A little girl blcfl considerably at the mouth, and was cut on tho head ; and Mr. Noble only saved himself by an act of agility'pcculiar to his ' p...

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

-?-— i fi'atnurst Races, '?.- ? i ?; 'i _____ ? ' ? ' ' Stewards, ' -?' W. H. SUTTOR, Esq.. M.C. , ? J.' N. M-INTOSH, Esq, , '??!. ' ?' S. SAMUEL, Esq. ' . Judge. 'W. LEE, Esq., SbW k ? TRBA8URBR. ? - ; , MR. JOHN DARGIN, . _? , % .Clerk o* the Course. ??- 'MR. JAMES BRADY. , ? FIRST DAY. s; ' ',.'(-(\' Wednesday, February 22nd 1852. THE GOLD 'DIGGERS' PURSE to consist of' ?Gold of' the value oflOO Sovereigns; with aj sweepstakes of £5 added ; for horses of all ages, . weight for age; heats twice round the course. , ., , '' i ?v - ' .Second Race. ' „' ' . THE MAIDEN PLATE, of .70, Sovereigns ; for «11 horses thafrhave never yon,; the second horse j , to receive £20 from the prize ; distance one and a half, miles; weight for ape. , ' „ ''»??'? ! ' ' Third Race. i , ? ' -THE TRIAL STAKES, of Tw.o Sovereigns with SO 'Sovereigns added ; for T,wo year Olds ; dis tance about a half mile ; colts to carry 8st. ; Allies 7at. nibs. ? SECOND TDA.Y.« - ? . ' '' , Thursday, February'. 23rd 18S2....

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

Jaw U rape ry Establishment. . .TAKSHISH HOU.SE E- WEB1? AND C'-; '-eg to acquaint tlieir t Friends and ihe'Public generally, that they have taken tho premises in- G^orgn-street, recently occupied by Dr. Con noil, and next door to 'Mr. Gordon's well known Storn, whore 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 and' fashionable Assortment of every description, of goods included hi the above variouj branches. E. \V. fe 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. Tne principle of business whii'h they mean to adopt is that of small profits ami quick returns ; and as it is intended to carry this principle out in its integ rity, they would suggest that all their'1 transactions will be for Cash, and Cash ...

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

& Mome for; t£se &ol& ^.Jia«ra.;i:.; TOE -BUSH TENt; -9 fe^t ^fiareb^'-^; fefct ; JL high', for thirty-five s'hillhgH. .Oa'vi'ew'at 1 ; T. K. TOUR'S. ? .fref; trade hall, .' ' ,: *'96,- KiMj-STaBBT. The great dpsideratum, namely, facility.. of-*r-., riage, which this tent affords, it be in jj easily por^' table, weighing only twelve pounds,' tpge'tfr^wlth'' unprecedented jowriess of price, great 'ddranlity of. material . &c. , singularly ailapt it to' tliejcon venience. 'and comfort; of Gold Miners., on r.eashyi{j their. destination^ where a prompt -an-Le(feptiw^.. shelter, ia of' p;imrr»ount importance,, .and FcV this:' purpose the Bush' Ten't is espec.ia^ly .cbn^rucie^i' t. N.B. —Every article' in rea-1y-:riade eldtiiirfjf,1 ' , rugs, ? blankets, &c., to be bad at thesaitfe :e»tab- ; lishment equally cheap as any other house in Sydney. . ? ? '..'.:., .V ; J. R. TORR. . ; Wov the Turon. ©old ©ig'g'ings, : _: TlHE undersigned begs to inrorm th...

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

jH&fwellancotK ISxuracts. Mr. Pitt asd Madame »b Stael. — We will now relate, on the authority of Mr. Wilberforce, a most extraordinary proposal of marriage made to Mr. Pitt in 1783. Premising that Mr. Wilberforco was the most intimate ? friend and associate of Mr. Pitt in the eaily part of his political career, and during his first chancellorship of the exchequer, Ii3 1 fivqn»'nt.ly used to gj to M.\ ^Vilberforce's house j at Wimbledon, and stop from Saturday to Monday, ; even though the master of the house was kept. in- ' town ; indeed, one time Mr. Pitt ivsidud for foar . months iu Mr. Wilberforce's house. ; Oil the disso- 1 lutionof the Slielboiirnc administration, he resolved j to visit France, in company with Mr. Wilberforce ; and his brother-in-law, Mr. Elliot. The three friends embarked at Dover, for Calais! The French Court was then residing at Fontainebleau. _ Mr. 'Pitt's fame had preceded him, and Marie Antoinette received him with distinguished attention, and 'ex...

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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 — 29 November 1851

©rigfnal (StomspoiUnrnce. To Hie Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal. ' Sir, — To speculate on aught' connected with the future, may be likened unto a person of weak in tellect plunging headlong into an uufathomable abyss on a voyage of discovery after the bottom. TheVresult ot'I extensive lucubrations on what is likely to have been the predominant feeling in England when the intelligence of the, Australian gold discovery broke upon them, is likely to be equally satisfactory, and what changes may he-e- after be wrought in the fortunes - of 'the qolony thereby, it would require the aid of the Astrologer's art to. foresee. , From, so far back as memory will carry me, up to, the time I quitted England in June last, the only sentiment entertained, .towards .the. Colonies.at-all. has been, that they; put the' country to enormous expense, in return for which they yielded , very little benefit beyond that accruing from their offer ing an eligible asylum to such as had, by ...

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MURDER OP MR. BEAJAMIN BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

. MURDER OF Mr. BENJAMIN BOYD. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) Wo have with much ragict to aim -litre the death, by .the harids of the natives of one of tho Solomons Islands, of Mr Benjamin Boyd. The statement of Mr. Crawford, (who has arrived ...? in Sydney), whom Mr. Boyd had engaged at San Francisco to go with him on his. intended .long , voyage of discovery among the various islands of the Pacific — New Guinea, Bjrneo, China,- the E-ist Iii'iies, 'Van Dicrnen's Land, anl-New South ? Wales— is as follows : Mr. Boyd had already touched at thff Sandwich and oilier islands, from1 which places he had s'.iip ped 'natives as seamen. He then proceeded to the olornon Group, find purchased the Sovereignty or ..-, right of one or two of these islands, 'for- the '(fly set ?:) ((us iMr. Crawford soys) bf establishing 'thu^liead quarters of a Papuan' itepublic : ho hud been on shore on these islands previously shooting birds. On the morning of the 15th of'Ocrolier, in coasting along one of ...

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

'Eocal JEntcjffgehce. Thb Concerts. — The musical entertainments given by. the Messrs. Howson and Hydes during the .pa^fc and present week have attracted unusually large Arid respectable audiences, and independently ?of the innocent and agreeable amusement afforded to tne'passing ;honr, so ifar as an opinion cau be formed, by outward appearances, we venture to as sert that the performances of these gentlemen hare done something towards the creation of a better musical- taste amongst the good people of Batburst. This appears to bo the more apparent from the fact that i:i|p to their last concert public patronage has been /steadily increasing. The concert room has latterly .looked cheerful and gay with the bright eyes and dimpled checks of the softer, and we will Bay, the'better sex, and the cordial and spontaneous plaudits .which have followed some well executed ijassage, or the harmonious portraiture of some do icate or impassioned sentiment, prove that the *eed3 of a m'gner'rennerhe...

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Colonial news. VICTORIA GOLD FIELDS. MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA GOLD FIELDS. MOUNT ALEXANDER.   A correspondent of the "Argus" gives the fol- lowing description of a visit to Mount Alex-   ander :------         After a most tedious journey with bullock drays, I arrived here from Ballarat yesterday at noon, and although my journey was neither expeditious nor easy, I felt a gratification in exploring the ranges and valleys of this truly Pyrenean region, which I had not experienced for some time. Proceeding from Ballarat, by a somewhat circui-   tous route, from the base of the Black Hill, Cog- hill's Creek is crossed at the sheep-wash. Up to this point there is nothing strikingly beautiful in the country ; but on this creek, about a mile and a half above the sheep-wash, a digging is estab- lished which a few days since was reported to   rival the famed Golden Point. This, I believe has turned out moonshine. I saw no sympt...

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

BB*-— ?—- - ? — ? ; ? i'ountl A' ROAN HORSB, with a small speck of white on the nw hind foot, two white saddle marks j short tail, apparently aged, and branded T on the , shoulder. The owner can have him by paying eXI'enSe8; ' . .DANIEL FAGaN. Mount Pleasant. Nov., 27th 1851. Tuesday, 2nd ©ecember, MESSRS. A3HE AND CiiUKBIt WILL SELL BY AUCTION, ON TUESDAY nrxt. at the Police Office, Bath urst, at 12 o'clock, by order of the Chief ' Constable, (condic-ited to' cno, Crown'j ' ] 13 Kegs Spirits, containing about 30 Gallons. Terms— Cash. Xondon Tin Ware. A Varied Assortment of London Tin Warp, con sisting of Articles not till , now-: seen in Bathurst. . ,. ? .,:„,. .. . ?AT ? i ' ' -? 'A ' Mr. H. PHILLIPS' General S'ore, .' . , late DONNELLY'S . ' . i'.t ..,» ; i George-street. Also, a quantity of .excellent Rutter. ' ~ ~ FOll SALE, ~f , Bj tbe uuderaigaod-, ENGLISH Draught' Ale . - Do, \Rottled Ale and Porter Ginger Wine . . , llnm Shrub . ? , , , ' Peppermint . Hunt's Port Wine* in ^...

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HOW OUR CRIMINALS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

H^.W OUR CRIMINALS ARE MADE. {From the Glasgow Sentinel, July 5) There aru few results, arising out of our complicated social arrangements, deserving more serious ant', immediate attention, than . the question, 'From whence come the in creasing swarms of criminals, dairy brought before 'public* notice, l))r t'ie Press» lhe su~ . ? pr.eme courts, and our police tribunals ? and ' what are the causes leading to such- inversion 'ofsbcial'order, wretchedness, and depravity?' ? . .- Hitherto'* society 'has'not deenied any solution - of the problem further necessary, than the, adoption of means for the punishment of the - offenders, irrespective of any consideration' that might lead to the extinction of thecauses from whence the evils' proceed. Contrast itlns with our mode of dealing with that class .of disorders' which we trace, through suffer '.?''? ing. and death i to physical agencies, and the i\'-ba'rgarianIab^urdity of. our,treatment of moral evifwillbe the more apparent. Many years1...

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

GOLD. : /^'OLD purchased by the undersigned in any UP quantity, for CASH. BYRNES, WISE, AND OCX , Durham-street^Bathurst. ? \ , ..???.' ?'- ©old. ' ?? mHE undersigned'are CASH PURCHASERS of X ' GOLD at Bathurst, OpJur,and Sydney.. ,,-,;-,.?.. ? L.'&.S. SAMUEL. ' '' '\ ' ' . Australian ' Sold. ' ? , ? . ' , nTHE undersigned is a CASH- PURCHASER of J. GOLD . to any amount; -. . - WILLIAM CUMMINGS.1'' Clear Creek. June 26thv,1851. ' . goz.u: .. ' . ' /pHK undersigned are PURCHASERS of GOLD 1 DUST in any quantity. THACKKR &CO.- , ? 041, George-street, Sydney. ? mHE -undersigned is a Purchaser of BATHURST JL GOLD, in tiny quantities. EDWARD SALAMON, 446, George-street, Sydney. fSold! G-olclM ^~ THE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of GOLD, both at Ornnfye and at Ophir. ' JOHN PE1RLEY,' ' - ' Coach & Horses Tnn ? - ?_ ? ' * Orange. ? Gold. €rf-ld. Gold. C. P. DUNSEORD IS a GASH PURCHASER of BATHUHST GOLD in any- quantities. William -street.-, ' A large lump aj^a spe...

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LAND SCHEME FOR THE REDEMPTION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

LAND SCHEME FOR THE REDEMPTION OF IRELAND. The following is the digest of a plan (extracted irom a London paper), proposed for the redemption of Ireland and Irish landed property :— . There are three facts with regard to Ireland suf ficiently startling, if considered separately, ' but which, looked at in combination, acquire a j far more foiu-ful significance! Fact 1— Millions', of. acies of cultivable land in Ireland are either wholly, unreclaimed, or most miserably, undercultiynted. Fact 2— Ireland has ut present a population 'less by two millions of'sonls than she supported ten years ago. Fact 3— £38,000,000 of Irish capital is at this moment actually invested in British funds-at an average interest of Three-and-a-Quarter per ' Air. Scully, convinced that the prcseut state of things is no less burdensome lo the impoverished owners of land than to its harassed occupiers, avoids everything like compulsion in his, proposed system, and* repudiates entirely those schemes l-y which the...

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THE BATURUST TREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1851 THE GOLD APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

TiiEBATUURSTi'RKEPlt'ESS';' '. ' ,A3D MINIS G JOURNAL v , ».'** M MAGNA KST VEIUT.AS ET PH/CVALEBIT.V . * ! , ..SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 185 1. 'the gold appointments.. , Family; .'influence. r- and .party predilection ViaVe levers been . a much safer .passport to. honor .and emolument, not only -in this south ern J. wine of the -British Dominions, butiu free' and enlightened- England, -than the pos session of ability and moral ? worth, and the dispensation of, official pationage .which min isterial power! confers is amongst, the. matter of fact .benefits derivable ? from „? that power. The cases are remarkably few .upon record in which a high Tory, administration, have ma nufactured governors, ..ambassadors or secret taries out ofi Whiggish materials, ?and the 'Whigs of. the present,1 or any previous reign, have-never. been accused of any. great stretch of geuerosity in the opposite direction. 1 But the appointments of brothers, cousins, friends and -dependants to offices of -respons...

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Sudden and Country news. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

I £?#&$ ari$ ^oititif £ ?$!$&%? i j Tkade. — -The demand ^ for our staple com modity, for home consumption will perhaps be increased a trifling, degree by the intended addition to the steam marine of the colony, but no increased foreign demand can be ?.antm.- cipated,; unless it should happen that the gold discoveries should lead to the extension of steam: cornmunicatidii with.Iiidiay and thus prove the means of introducing our coal into use for steam purposes in the eastern seas, a; circumstance which it' was surmised would have occurred before now from the reported failure of the expected supplies from Labuan. The chances of this becoming a shipping port for wool, tallow, timber, and other pro duce, are slightly brightening. The delay of the Wands worth is. owing to her haying been injudiciously sent here ; top; early in the season. She has however, now commenced to load,' will probably be a full1 ship, and sail in all January, next.. ,.'.S-tie will be succeeded on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 29 November 1851

DIED       At Callandoon, on the 22nd October, Serjeant- Major Thomas Whitmell, of the Native Police, from the effects of a cold, caught in the performance of his very arduous duties in connection with that body. He has left a wife and two children to de- plore their loss. By those who knew him he is and will be, much and sincerely regretted. The following extract from a letter addressed by his Commandant, to his friends, bears ample testi- mony to his character, both as a man and an officer.     " The death of Serjeant-Major Whitmell is a great loss to me. His kindness to the men had rendered him beloved by all. His steady bearing and upright conduct, accompanied with sufficient strictness, contributed principally to the establish- ment and maintenance of such good discipline in     the corps to which he was attached. His untimely loss I fear will prove irreparable to me." DIED. &nbsp...

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ADDITIONAL GOLD REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

ADDITIONAL GOLD REGULATIONS. His Excellency the Governor-General, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased' to make the following modifica tions in the Regulations published in the Government Gazette of ' the 7,th ultimo, having rererer.ee to the working of quartz veins. (1). The quantity ot land. appropriated to persons or companies working.quartz veins will be one hundred' and sixty acres, that is to say half a mile In length, following the course of the vein, and half a mile in breadth, measuring a quarter, of a mile on either side from the line of the vein. Should, however, a second vein occur within the space above mentioned, the original claim will be restric ted on that side to half the distance between the two veins ; and any conflicting claims, in reference to two or more veins occurring in.this manner, will be subject to adjust ment by the commissioner or assistant com missioner. (2). The employment of machinery will be regarded as a substitute for the nu...

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WALLABY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

WALLABY POINT. Yesterday as two men were engaged in par tiaJfSdeVminihg a portion of the bank .on the vrint next above this, the earth from above fell S 'hem. One (an elderly man) .was not very KJlv ininred, but .the other (a young man) was at first supposed to have oeen kuibu. *u »u- *S£ however, such was not the case. Mr. Thos. S'immeaiKtely jumped upon horseback ^dj rode off for a doctor, and in a very short s.pace of S%aia good f«U»'S! creaitoble to the hearts nftlia miners, was at onco manifested. ? . Some 'ew of the claims on this point are tuning out very well, but many of the diggers hero are Spited iVtheir eWions. A ^ days] nnn ft very stout, uu&iijr-™»'-n.viv«* & ? ? Sked into one of the claims where the men were aTuaKt work, and having marked- off a piece some eight feet by forty, very coo ly said Je SdS doubt thought to play the bounce success S at the diggings; but he was ; very speedily Sven to understand that he was not to be chief Stable at the Little...

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