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Colonial news. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

. 'ftolomnl iJ&ebjs. VICTORIA. ? /Fatal Accidwnt. — A man named Iho mas Groode was accidentally shot yester day, while camping on the ' other sids of Kil.or,, on Ins roul to Mount--. Alexander, uigginga* ' .Medical 'assist;mci'1wHs;.plriicured ? ?as speedily 'as.-possibi/, ouVjl^e_/j*2s.'»xlinct.: An inquest will be held to-morrow at the Royal Oak. — Argus, v . ' An Old Friend. — Amongst the numer ous arrivals from Sydney, consequent upon the discovery of tha gold fields in this co lony, it is stated that there is to be num bered no less a personage than their origi nal discoverer. It will be recollected'-, that this young 'man sold a lump of gold weigh ing between two and three pounds in Mel bourne, in the beginning of 1849, which, excited extraordinary interest at the time ; and it was well known to every body' that he then went to Sydney, in which locality hs has since resided, and from which we have occasionally supplied hints of his do ings. What was his object in conce...

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THE LOWER TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

THE LOWER TURON. 'The intelligence from the diggings aooutuie lower portion of the Turon, which ..appeared in Ibility of the writer, we do not hesitate to confide in the statements m, cuui»u». Dirt Hole Creek, November. ff'Mr deah SiR-By a person who leaves tow place direct for Bathurst, I write to acquaint you o die progress of matters at Dirt Hole Creek As nearly as I can estimate the number, 1 should say S there are about300 diggers at work hereabouts, bv far the greater portion of whom are doing ex cecdtaclv well, many of them proceeding rapidly ?n the tocctioA of independence. Williams' parity of five arc making daily about 7 ounces, and although there is nothing very extraordinary in -VSS such earnings are far more common m this SiShibSoSeriSW STZy of three weeks, and manure doing equally well-some few very much better. Notwithstanding the strong temptations with which the most shameless sly ^.^f^JSm Telling is carried on, the conduct of the miners ontinues upon tha whole ' be...

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

S-BUmg. (From the Sydney Mot-ning Herald,) Loss ov the Brig Two Friends. — It is our painful duty to record the loss of the above vessel. She got under weigh from off Fort Macquarie yesterday, about two o'clock, bound to Hobart Town, with Mr. N. Ger rard, Mr. Thomas Sheridan, and Mr. J. Dunn,' as passengers; and cargo: 9 bales wool, Gilchrist and Alexander ; 1 case of tweeds, 1 case drapery, 1 1 bales cottons and woollens, 1 parcel wearing apparel, 55 cases Geneva^ 20 bags oatmeal, Watkins and Dean ; 60 boxes dried fruits, 50 bags rice, 53 logs cedar^ J. Macnamara; 60 casks, 330 bags flour, Thomas Barker and Co. ;' 2 bales woollens, A. GaskartH ? 58 packages, 21 pieces cedar, Buyers and Learmouth. . With a strong ebb tide, aud a light wind from the eastward, she proceeded to sea ; and in tacking the vessel, off the south-east side of the South Reef,. about 5 p.m., she missed stays ; the anchor was let go immediatey, but the very swell setting from the south-east, drove the brig asho...

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Government Cazette. LAND HELD UNDER PASTORAL LEASES IN SETTLED DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

(Srobemment €ra?ette. LAND HELD UNDER PASTORAL LEASES IN SETTLED DISTRICTS. His Excellency the Governor-General di rects it to be notified, that inconvenience being felt from the occupancy under lease, in terms of the Regulations of the 29th March, ,1848, of such portions of the Crown Lands as are now being worked under licenses for digging gold, it has become necessary to ter minate the leases in all such cases as shall be reported by the Commissioner or Assistant Commissioner to bedesirable for securing to the Licensed Miners the undisturbed prose cution of their employment. On receiving such, reports the necessary notice will be given to the Lessees by the proper Officer, of the termination of their Leases, after the ex piration of one month ; and the sum paid by such Lessees for the lands resumed, or the proportion payable ,for the remainder pt the term, will be refunded, as provided for. in the Regulations referred to. ' in acting on this regulation, no greater interference wit...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

WEEKLY-dA.LBNDAR ? 1 i } . I 1 ' r ' H. M. H. M. H. M. D6C.-3W. 4 ? . 44~6 . . 5610 . 0 4Th. 4 . 43 6, . 5711 . 0 UK 4 . 43 6 . 5812 .. 0 fi«l .4 ? 43 6 . 5&13 . 0 51. ' J . 43,7 . -5,14 ? 0 8M. 4 . 43 7 ? . l'lj ? 0 ?9T. ' 4 . 43 7 . 216 . 0

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS AND MINING JOURNAL. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVLAEBIT." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1851 The Biggings. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

TmTBmaasTmifpaESs'' AND MINING JOORSAL. ? ^ 'MA9NAEST VERITA8 ET PU.SVALEBIT.' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1851. 1 fjfBOBt OUa OWN CORRESPONDENTS.], ' OPHIR. Tho intelligence from Ophir has ltttteriy been of a more cheering character than hitherto. The creek is-fast falling, and tho diggers are therefore not so much troubled with water as hitherto. Many ot *h« ™rties are doinz a first-rate stroke. A cor respondent informs us that a party at wi^u«* Newtown, consisting of Messts. Bernard, M'Dermott,. S; and an individual who goes by the felicitous name of Happy Jack, are averaging 40 ounces of gold per week. Amongst the rest are two very Respectably sized nuggets weighing severally 22 and 11 ounces. A Port Phillip party near the same place are also making about 40 ounces per week Last week they realized 39 ounces in 5 days, although they had a superabundance of water - to contend against. A man who goes by the name of old Dennis realised 4 lbs. weight part of which I was a nuwgetfweighing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

» Tub Oatwev: Sow oabbajo, lottom, radishos, carrots, win to shoot towards the en-t of this month. ,

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE DESTINY OF THE BRITISH COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

jjiHtscelltiiuous Extracts. THE DESTINY OF THE BRITISH COLONIES. (Jp.rom.the British North American.) Who can- foretell it— or who can predict. the-'eventual. position which this. country is ies.tine'd.'^o. o.ccupy amongst the nations of tne earth .'?' We wot not. It is a problem,1 that, however much the colonist may be in terested in, he cannot solve ; and herein is the English and the American statesman not a whit more enlightened ; — for each looks upon the mighty future beneath the shadow of whose hand lies hidden the des tiny of Empires and of races — with doubt, awe, and, as far as that future relates to the colonies — with intense curiosity and interest. That they will long continue in the anom- ' alous condition which they at present occupy is a supposition too ridiculous to be thought of. The people of the British Provinces are not satisfied— Jet the fact be gainsaid t-y those who are satisfied, as it may ; they feel ' cabin'd, cribb'd, confined'' and demand a larger field ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

Cedar for Sale* , EVERY Description of Cedar to be had at the Yard of the undersigned, at the lowest ppssi )lePrj(1'- ' JOHN MILLAR, ' William street, , Dec. 2nd. 1851. Bathur8t. ! Walter Short BEGS to return his sincere thanks to the public of BatUrst and tlie vicinity, for the very liberal patntnage which he has .received at : their hands sincei commencing business ™ --ener*\ Dealer, and to inform them that he has laid in at a cheap rate a quantity of Q.io:l3 of such kinds as are mostly ii requisi'ion. which be purposes ro Uilinff at unusually moderate rales.. I he follow ? ? ._ „ '-?„.„ ;.rii-«' mmt i ppful commodities com prised in his present stock.' ? ' Flour Ginger Tea ' 1'erper Coffee Salt ?? - Su-iar TnkWs ? Tobacco ? ' Sah-pctre Buiter Smlii i , soap ' H«y Starch £°rn Mustard Brart and a great variety of other Goods too numerous /t°a'UXi1' ' ALSO ON HAND /A very large supply of Cheese from the celebrated t\rl of .Qeorra rRankin, Esq., which will be .« By the Cut ? Hd. per ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

l.,i. — There shall bo ft capital subscribed of £30,000 in 3000 sharps of £10 cadi. £25,000 of .which ahull go to the proprietor for the abso lute purchase of this land, and the remaining ,£5000 'hall form the working capital of the intended company. 2nd. — The proprietor reserves a right to take 1000 of these shares on the same terms as other subscribers, so that only 2000 shares will be open to the public. 3rd. — If these.shares are not taken in a reasonable time, (say two months from this date,) it shall be at the option of the proprietor to re turn the money to the subscribers, and to put an end to the intended company. 4th. — All money paid for deposits on shares will in the meanwhile be paid into the Bank of New South Wales, to an account to be opened there in the names of the following' gentlemen, who have consented to act as Trustees be tween the subscribers and the proprietor yiz :— ? ? John Rose Holden, Esq., M.C. Thomas Icely, Esq., MX1. Robert Towns, Esq. George Witt, Es...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

£5 Reward. New Soutli 'Wales £uusiliary THE above reward will be paid to any person Bible Society. : upon lodging WILLIAM FENTON in any A LARGE supply of Bibles and Testaments of i of Her Majesty's gaols, who absconded from my rl. all kinds in various languages, just received, J ' hired, service at Toogong, on the 30th of and on sale at th-5 Depot of the above Society, cor Augu'st last, a warrant for his apprehension having ner of Pitt and King-streets, been issued by the Molong bench; the 'reward to Special attention is called towards the large continue in operation for one year, or until Fenton stock of elegant Pulpit and Family .Bibles, hand is apprehended. somely bound in morocco and gilt, large clear type * Description : w'tn marginal reftrences, from 12s. 6d. to 35s. fm. Fenton is an Englishman ; about 45 years Diamond Testaments, gilt, 6d. each of age; dark complexion ; hair a. little' gray ; ' Bibles, gilt, Is. 6d. each .. , browVeyes ; and about 5 ft. 10 in. high. School Te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

©Ola ^urcljagerS. Gold! Gold!! ?' ? npHE highest price given on the Turon, G'- . , , u ...... ? HARBOTTLE'S OLD purchased by the undersigned in any s . . . ,. Stores J quantity, for CASH. . , ' , ' ' .s ? ? '_ BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., ' ?-. .^GoldX : Gold j ! ' ' ' - Durham-street, Bathurst. npHE ? Undersigned is giving for Clean Gol- ? — ? = ? '*-*?- — '— ? L, £3. 2s. 6d., to £3 3s. per- ounce. Gold. * ' ? . F. MORGAN ' mHE 'undersigned are CASH PURCHASEES of '' '' '? ? ? *'._'...' 1 GOLD at Bathurst, Ophir, antf Sydney. . xt . n . spreau Jiagie, L -. o SAMUEL Nov. 5th, 1851. Durham-street,' Bathurst Australian Gold. Gold. mHE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of HpHE Umleraignea' are' CASH purchasers o I. GOLD to Uj amount.' ' ' . A GOLD, in any qualities., 'WILLIAM 'CUMM INGS.- ? . .'' ?' ? '? , L- & .s- SAMUEL. Clear Creek, Juno 26th, 1851. ? Connolly's New Buildings,) ? — -. ? t-^-t ? '—' How'ick-Street.' :, ? J ' ? \ 'GOlfo.' ' — ^ ? r- rpiTE- undersigned are PURCHASERS of...

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GOLD NEWS. FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS, MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 December 1851

GOLD NEWS. FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS, MOUNT ALEXANDER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] I mentioned in my last that we had been visited by heavy showers for two or three days, since which we have had very heavy rains, causing much damage to the holes on the creek. Last night it poured, without intermission, for four hours; and this morn-   ing the creek was running some six feet deep, tearing away the earthern partitions of the various holes, sweeping cradles, tin dishes, &c. down the creek, and causing hundreds to suspend their labour for some time to come. This flood will cause considerable loss to many who were working on the creek, as it will be some time before the water will fall, and afterwards, much labour to empty the holes, some of which are eight feet square and sixteen or eighteen feet deep. There has been extraordinary success within these two days, among the surface diggers, one in particular realised 4lbs weight,before dinner, and hundreds are making fro...

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FOREIGN INTEELIGNUE. CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

F0B1I6N ?IN.TJiLLKriNOJi. CUBA. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) The California 'papers received yesterday contain an account -of the landing on the island of Cuba of four hundred American1?, commanded by General Lopez, 'for the pnr po.se, of creating a revolution. They had had several skirmishes with the Spanish troops, who had been unable to prevent their march towards Hayannah. By desertions from the/Spaniards,' and' by Americans' who were previously on the island having'joined him,- General Lopez was in command of two thousand men, with whom he was said to be within forty miles of the capital. It rnust be remembered, however, that these are American accounts. A detachment 'of fifty men under a Colonel Ciittetiden, haying bten taken prisoners, were declared ? by the Captain -General to 'be~puates and robbers, and' were ordered to be shot— a sentence which was carried ji)to effect outside the city of Havanna. If' General- Lopez could suc ceed in making an 'erttry into the capital...

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CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

.._ s ^-CALIEQRNlfc' £,;.,; ,''?:? ,'??' ;. (Froti:tite'S;}Ml%M]}S-r ' ;; Our San' Francisco' papers' ar$ ta'the 24tly. September. j:-''-1 ? ' i- .-.-.?viir.r-^ ?*:?!» r;i''W^:; !:?.': ???-?'-'. ... ; The; _ Vjgjlance Committee :-jhad , ''dissolved . itself..; ' , Tn6 ISlta.- ; '^alifbrnta^Which Has ;beenc; the-.prgan .of the i'.Gpmmlitee^'in^l'aMQUncing.'' the^ fact, asks ~ '?? ' ; -. ' ? ?: ??'?[ '' '.;!.. ??r:';: .'.?.'?'.'.' ..'.. i 'Where riow;are the predictions; of those ;.^hd told usj in !mpst;pathetic straihs^of the; [dangers' that .followed upon' ihe; footsteps of : theimeh :who sdught: tp cure the,Sjtate of its. ^cbmp'licatied ills ? Where are theyociferpus S' rpblaimers ;of terror ?' The day of danger as passed— the hour of difficulty has ,^ohe: .by, .and the horrors depioted in such grandi-' Ioquent qathos have not fallen upan, us.. The Sta'te':breathes freer-than she- ever. did before —her credit is higher— ^her', lawscare more i efficiently , , administered— the. prdp...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR . [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

-Ml- \ WEEKLY CALENDAR ? ' rr-f \ '?' ' ' ' ? v ~ I1 -jj. I I '-s S « a § 8 - -„ -lg w ? a *'^ ' , H. « * M. 'H. - M. H. M. 3-es.. -6S.- .4- .- 43-6 -¥' 5913 . 0 m7S. 4 . ' 43 7 r.' Q 14'' . 0 8M. 4 . 43 7 * . ,115 . ' 0 '9T. '4 ?' 43 7 . - 216 . 0 '10W. 4 . 43 7 . 317 . ,0 rliTh. 4 . 43 7 -. 418 ,. 0 ,12,'F. I 4 , 44 7 . 419 ' . P 'GABDBSriffGt AJJTD ? .UJlUCar/HTR Ui .AESltOUAM'PA. POR DECEMBER. Tjtb 'GiinDBy : Sow eabbaga, lettuco, ratltshw, carrots, -onions, leoks, peas, broad beans, French boans, aud. tur rnips ; plant oabba.fc, lettuce, and. potatous. — The Field : The latter end of tbl3 uioath plaut potatoes. — Vaa Vine: ?Grafting the vine -to bo practised this month; .tho- buds 'begin to shoot towards the end of this 'mouth. ? ; ?

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THE TURON. SOFALA POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

r T1E.TUU0W: ?SO^AXATOST OIFIC15. The late arran-oment at the post-office has been bJKl. The present post-master froiu h» pna tical knowled-e (hkvih^ no1 btWr 'business to oc Tafy 53LiM-*ni no ;doubt er !° long pu^s. oMoo into that-state of efficiency, winch willrender Smbic benefit. A new- office is in course of nrtarat on and willrbo sufficiently. opmmodious £SrJ more, accommodation and better ^curUy. M [things require timd, and' a -government' esUb mSv will have Ids office in such a state of regularity , S ffiScy aswillgive the .publieevery.sat1S a - tion It was a gigantic business sprung np «ith I mnsiiroonTrapiditv- in the midst of a wildnerness. SS.ndi?nd tens of thousands of letters juid papers had to be delivered to tnousanab«. ^.-» expectants and as many to be for warded r.^S business had to be transacted through^ 'htUe-bolO; 5 as' tot on tffltaliiatte to his newborn-, all ^«tb|.l1*™iA«violBnoeth.tre,u1rodyoA nnH when efFe^tsd you might see the panjrao,: iviany novel fo wa ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

mmsMm S« inJ William's pocket ^g .by ? l«i»i 'Hvhen.- after insinuating . tl iat,.con8taWe ^ n ; :by4he^lull, unmusicht sound of ^'f.gjjg0 J™| finally set his foot 'P^V^tSSS Sped SBBS IftiPSI r?SP^fS threw'^his ri^t^foc)t:upon a stump ?eP!e.%af. i.^» TOV^n» /«//«)«;. Vast; be pleased to **- S and I'l give^«half a crown:' A :dergone. , , (; .?.. i^, - ? ? Uwni'

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MINING INTELLIGENT THE GOLD OFFICERS' SALARIES. COMMISSIONER. J.R. Hardy., £600 annum ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

/ ...?MIN.IN.fi 1NTEIMHWCK. ? THE GOLD OFFICERS' SALARIES.' .C.OMMISSIONEH. ' ' | J. R. nardy, ..,£600 ^ annum. . | ASSISTANT. COMMISSIONERS. 1 , Charles H. Green 20s. «p- diem. Ophir. 1 , W E. King . . £250 p an. Sofala. 1 E. M. Bowman 250 „ ' Meroo Creek. 1 \ William Joluison 250 „ Sofala. ' ? ' ] Hugh Hamilton '-250 „ | Abercrbnybie R. | Mordannt M'Loan 250- „ !-Araluen. ? H, H. Massie . . 250 ' „ CLERKS TO.' 'ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS. Thomas Forster . £125 „-. Ophir. - N.Stewart.. ..' 125 „, Sofala. , E. D. Broughton 125 ^ Abercrorabic R. William Platt ... 125 „ 'Sofala ' '* I T. B. Naylor ? . . 125 „ ' Meroo Creek. I ' .COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LAiUJS. ' ' I E:H. Hargraves 50s. 6d.( ^ diem: -? -\- ' ! Km'. -W.B. Clarke £300 ip- annum. ' ? ; ''*'* ? MOUNTED POLICE.' ' ' ' One Sergeant . . 3s. 9d. rp day.. Ono Trooper . . 3s. 3d. „ One Sergeant . .' 3s. ^9d. „ 1 -. . . I Ten Troopers . . 3s. 3d. . „ ,-ea.7 v°P]lir One Sergeant.., 3s. 9d. * „ 'Ion « Ten Troopers*.. 3s. 3d. ?-,; ? eaj ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 6 December 1851

LOCA.L; INrKLLCGENCE. , Mr. Ybo's Stock Salk. — Tho fo'lowing prices were realized on Wednesday last at Mr. Yeg's solo of horses and cattle, at the Black sJJuIl yards : — 'Broken in horses, £5 to £10 | store cattle, amongst which were a few fat cows, averaged £1 6s.- per head. ' 1 Threatening Language.— James Montgomery, an Ophittdigger, was committed for trial on Mon day last, by Mr. Assistant Commissioner Green, for threatening the life of a brother digger of the name of John Murray. . - Town -Comsion. — Tho gras8 in the neighbour hood of the town, which is' by right the property of the, townspeople, is regularly appropriated by some , three or four individuals, as a'shcep run. One man ' with a most astonishing absence ot all decency and modesty, is now, and has for some time been feed ing no less than four flocks 'within a mile of the town, and there are othere who keep flocks in the - neighbourhood regularly, so long as the grass con tinues. A few days ago we counted no less tha...

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