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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. MONDAY, DEC. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. MO:;cAY, DEC. 22. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 1, Store Cattle. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the Scotia. By J. G. Carr,at 1, Flour; at 12, Estate of Hampton; at 2, Sundries. By O'Farrell and ~on, at 1 , Groceries. TUESDAY, DEC. 23. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Town Property; at 1, Merchandise. By J. B. Hutton and Co., Household Furniture. W?EDNESnAY, DEC. 24. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Village of Ophir. FarnDA, DEC. 26. By J. B, Hutton & Co, at 1, Allotments on Mercer Terrace. SATURDAY, DEC. 27. By J. G. Carr, at 10, Unredeemed Pledges; at I, ix Roomed House. MONDAY, DEC. 29. By J. B. Hutton & Co., Land on the Barrabools. TUESDAY, DEC. 30. By O'ParrelI & Son, at 12, 80 Horses.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

For Sale, b!i Prieato Con?ract. BY T. FORSTER. The Cream of the Strburbs of Geelonj. Allotmncts No. I and 2, Section No. 4, Mcorpansal. On the Bcarwon Cr;scc,,rt, cacis Lot haeing a ric&r frcntage. T F. .has much pleasure in calling the attention of gentlemen in search of suitable building sites, for pri vate residences, desirous of combining comfort with economy, To one of the most delightful spots near Geelong, Commandinn a magnificent view of the Barrabcol Hills, and surrounding coun try,and sheltered at all seasons of the -'ear from the unhealthy and oppressive hot winds. For richness of soil, this land cannot be suytasscd. The situation, being only one chain from the town land; upset price £300 per acre; and the respectability of the neigh bourhood are reasons why intending purchasers should lose no time in making their applications, as an opportunity like the present may never again occur in securing in every respect land offer, ing so many advantages. This deliaqhtfid...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

LAUSNCESTON. AaaRITED.-December 2.-LUarque Aden, from London. 5.-Schooner Sophia, from Port Fairh. 8.-Enrg William, from Svdosr; barque Victoria Packet, from Melbourne. 10.-Schooner Age noria, from Warn:ambool, 3rd instant. 10. Barqne Selma, for Ade!aide. SAnLED.-December 4.-Schooner lectorV. for Hobart Town. 5 -Brig Peri, i)r Adlelaie. 9.-Schooner Swift, Sr Guam. 12.-Barque Wveliffe, for Portland Day. 13.-Schooner John, fSr Melbourne. E.P. Tregurtha, agent. 13. Brig William Hill. f,r Adelaide; barqueno Victoria Packet, for Melbourne. HOBART TOWN. AnnrtEn.-UDecember I.-Barque Sacramento, from San Francisco. 5.-Barque Cacique, from Twofold Bay. 7.-Schooner Mary Ann, from Port Albert; schooner Union, from Adelaide; U. S. barque Lark, from whaling: schooner Antares, from Adelaide ; barque Colonist, from Llndon. 14.-Schooner Fvinig Squirrel, from Port Albert; schooner Tr~ad, from Victoria. 16.-Schoooer Union, from 3elbourne; bar?ne Harriet Nathan, from Victoria. S.mr.Eo.-December 4.-Pil...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

VAN DIE3IEN'S LAND. Gor.n.-No gold has as yet been discovered in this colony. Dr. Crowthl has, ne understand, recently explored the country around the French man's Cap, where quartz ranges abound pro senting all the i~ost favourable indications of a quartz-beariog country, but he gives it as lis opinion that no gold will be discovered, as there is a total absence of magaetic iron, which is alwars found in great abundance in all other eounatres where gold is discovered, appearing to have something to do, more or less, with tho composition of tile metal. We recommend parties to explore the country aromu: the l)ouglas River, where quartz abounds, and where the necessary ingredient-the magnetic iron-is also to be tbund, We would direct thoe atteni on of explorers to Mount Elizabeth, in that locality where the qnartz andl magnetic iron are to be seen together, according to Captain Htaig, who surveyed that part of the coast about twelve months ago. We make no doubt that, if ex plored, gol...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, December 19. NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

LEGISL.LT'I\ ; COUNCIL. Friday, December 19. NOTICE OF NOTION. 3Ir OsnoRas gave notice of his intention to move for a sum of £50, to meet the expense of medical atte:ndance to constables and others, at Belfast. GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. The SO~ CITrOR-GENsRAL obtained leave to bring in a bill to re.oluto the appointment of a chairman of courts of quarter sessions. GOLD FELDS. Dr. 3Iarmn's motion in reference to gold fields, was postponed for consideration, neat day. INTEnPRETATION OF A.CTS BILL. This bill was read a third time and passed. SAVINGS' BANK AMENDrsENT DILL. Mr Sutrn moved that this bill be read a second time. Carried. GUNnPOWDER BILL. This bill was read a third time and passed. POLICE RATE SCSPENSSON BILL. This bill was read a third time and passed. DISTRESS BILL. This bill was read a third time and passed. VAGRANCE ACT. The ArTTOREr-GENERAL explaine thle pro visions of this act, which provides for the con viction of all persons found digging or mining for gold, or hawki...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

3L ARETS. HonAnr Tows.-December 12.-Advices have been received from Melbourne, which has caused a slight re-action in the price of wheat, which now may be quoted at from 4s. 6d. to 55. per bushel; barley, scarce; eats, 5s. to 5.. 8d.; maize, 3s. to 3s. Gd. ; flour, £10 to £11 per ton; bran, 9d. per bushel; potatoes, £3 to £3 5s.; bar, £5 to £5 Os. The 21b. loaf is celling at "2d. LAcrcEsTow.-December 10.-There has been a slight morement in the markets this week, eonsequent upon the news from Melbourne. Flour now readily brings £10. Oats are in demand zt from 5s. 6d. to Gs., bat cannot be obtained in quantity. Bread, 3d. per 21b. loaf. ADELADE. - December 12. - Fine flour, £10 155. to £11; seconds, £9 per ton. Wheat, re.ail, may be quoted at 3s. Gd. to 35. 9d.; En glish barley, scarce : good malting ditto, is.; oats, 5s. to Gs.; crushed maize, Bs. per bushel. Bread, 36~ the 21b. lo:f: brown ditto, 2Sd.

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THE FINAL TRIUMPH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

THE FINAL TRIU3PHf. We have great pleasure in announcing to the colonists that the struggle in which they have been so long and so arduously engaged is at length brought to a successful termination. Bry the St. George, which arrived on Tuesday, Hisa Enellencv Sir Charles Fitz Roy received a despatch from the Right Honourablo the Secre tary of State for the Colonies, containing an Order in Council revoking the former Order making -New South Wales a place to which con victed offenders might be sent. His Excellency sent this despatch down to the Legislative Council, where its announcement was received with loud cheers, which we are cona.lent will be echoed through all parts of the Australa siar. Colonies. Let us hope that a similar Order will issue for the sister colony of Van Diemen's Land.-Sydney Morning Herald.

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

GEE LONG. A.R!RnVD. December 20.-Coquette, sch?otIr. 72 tons, D. II. Johnson, master, from Sidney. G. Asns don, passenger. C. .1. IDnnys. agent. CLE.XTRD OUT. December 20.-spec, schooner, 14 tons, W. Jones, master, for Melbourne, in ballast. December 20.--3Ielberae, for London, via ieibeourne. IProRTS. Per Coquette: 170 cases Geneva, 100 do .?nger wine, 20 do hbn::v, I do ci:ara., l do wi:ne, I l liq'eurs, 65 boxes and 23 half-chests :en, 1 ihhd and 6 qr cass swine, 2 cOase plums, 60 cases otilmen's s:ores, l0 eases bottled fruit, 3 bags, corkle I case matches, I do sardlines, 6 do salmon, 3 b.des paper, 4 c.ses drl.s, 14 l?zs rice. 2 bcles bags. 17 cases oilmen's stores, 55 boxes candles, 1 bad bartey, 5) hams, 3G pack ages rope, 4 bags nuts. 3 casks currants, I mat spices, 1 bag pimento, I do dates, I casooErdials, i do syrup, I do figs, 1 do curry porwer, 1 do raisis,r I b arrows root, 1 casoolives, W. Wade; 2 cases drapery, Order; 3 casks butter, W. Wade; 10 to:s coals, S00 feet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

SOR -IOBART TOWN DIRECT, _ the fine fast sailing clipper brig " GAC.ZFLT.E, 400 t~as, JAMIES SEY, commander. Ttis splendid essel be- tnnter engagement to return direct to this rc'ffi?.l"st rate opportunity to parties diiring to or ieree oith horset, drov, &., oe frhe jni -ý> the Tao: DLemo's Landret e of price. .aI 1.o?-at?lions are ery superior. or freeght or urd Cotom-house Afent Coriso Terrace. rFOlt LONDON direct. - The fine A I barque VANGUARD. clased at Lloyd's for lo year 500 tons bur:hen, WILLIAM OeRWOOD, ommaoder. the greater portioor her re being en. fandd. thits vesoeswilt meet with quick despsaet. tioe ord accmmodaetion flor cabin psoegers. Apply to -.rc.sttm-r, Ross s CO.. Geelong and Melbourne. A)SSENGERS for ENGLAND. SThe sht STATESY3LN, to sail about the 10:h jsnu'ry, haing mtade arran?erents for taking a limired number ofinredite me bio ipasegrs,. for which she has good accoxmmodation, persons desirous of arailing rthewres of this opportunity, area reques...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. December 19.-City of Melbourne, screw steamer, from Launceston. Passengers (cabin) -Messrs P. Forbes, If. Griffiths, J. Coniston, T. Brown, W. Walker, J. Arthur, Mrs Fleming and three children, P. S. Tomline, Captain Tharne, G. Harker, and 125 in the steerage. December 19.-Farourite, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers (cabin)-Rev. A. Turner, two Miss Turners, ';r and 3trs Cooke, MIr Ross, Mr Thompson, and 16 in the steerage. December 19. - Shamrock. steamer, from Launceston. Passengers (cabin)--Mr Tilson, Mr and 3rrs Stewart, 3Jr Tornham, Sir and Miss Gardner, Lieutenant Iarrison, iMrs Hatch, Mrs Milne, Colonel Cummings, 3rs and Miss Jack son, Mrs and Miss Smith, Messrs Arthur, Gil bert, Elmes, Richards, Creswick, Lees, 3ellish, T. Henty, Henwood, A. G. Smith, Cantlon, Rutherford, Hopkins, Jackson, R. P. Stewart, Doherty, Blackman, and ISO in the steerage. December 19.--Ir'ondelle, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers-3essrs Williams, Evans, Thomas, W. Brown, T. Jenk...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

VESSC.LS IN; GEELONG H.ARROI'IR. Ab:nrots.:, hbanrfe, 417 ta.t;, J. tI'Milhn,. master, Siadino: for London. :ill sail about 30th Insts.t, Williaos Tinrmsa. it, t. IIa.Ltu. r, ship, 35S tons. William Murllay, master, Ioadir; for Losdon, cli sait about 2t3h instant. Stranlhan Co. agerts. CouCLtra. schoLoer. 7 tonr, D. H. Johnston, mastcr, from Sydney. C. J. Di nuys and Co.. aoeus. EC:cnAsrT . LtoJue. - 45; tons, W. Dutthie, master, disc hlrin inwar., caro, from London, Stractan and Co.. ,g.-ts. 6A?1ztr, schooner, 2% tons, L. Garnant, master, from fHobart Toaso, laid it. JAst CAin. barque. 2t2 tone, If. Dantford, master, for Loadon, to sail ia a very short period, R.Gibts, o;ent. L-Trzcxl4o.hrir;iatine, 13t tons, P. Simmoss, master, froN Hobart T.vn. .. Doustlsss aornt. 3r.joss. barque, c04 tont. W. Wriht, mnster, loadinh for London, will ail in January. Jackson, Rae arnd Co., aentr . Raot-owsn, barque, 311 tons, W. Walker. master, :rith cr:inal oargo, from Aberdeen. S:rachan and Co., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

ANCIENT ORDER OF F O R E S T E R S, COURT (GOOD INTENT), No. 2307. THE Brethren of the above Order are requested to attend   SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING, TO BE HELD At their Court Room, Brother HOBSON's, Freemason's Tavern, on MONDAY, (THIS) EVENING, 22nd December at 8 o'clock precisely, to take into consideration the propriety of dining together, and likewise to cele- brate the forthcoming Christmas Holi- days. All Brothers are particularly invited to attend. By order of the C. R., ProTem. GELONG LODGE OF UNITY AID PRUDENCE. Festival of Saint John the Evangelist. THE BRETHREN of the Geelong   Lodge of Unity and Prudence, will assemble, according to pristine usage, at their Lodge Room, Freemason's Hall, Union-street, on Saturday, 27th instant, at the hour of high twelve. The Banquet will be held at six o'clock p.m. Tickets to be had of Brother A. J. EYRE, Steward. By order of the W. M. L. A. MOODY, Secretary. THE GEELONG INFIRMARY     ...

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

GEELONG. ESCORT FROM MOUNT ALEXANDER TO GEE- LONG.--We understand the arrangements for this escort have been completed by the government, but as no notification of the fact has been made, the Geelong diggers are not aware of it, and continue to send their gold to Melbourne. NEW GOLD FIELD.--The report of new dig- gings having been commenced on the Little River, sixteen miles from Geelong, was circu- lated, on good authority, on Saturday. We are not in a position, however, to give any positive or detailed information of the success of the parties. FANCY FAIR.--The Independents of Geelong have reen making preparations, for some time past, for holding a bazaar in the Masonic Hall, the proceeds to be devoted to the Building Fund. Every attempt of the kind made in Geelong has been successful, and we shall be glad to hear of the liberal character of the inhabitants being maintained on the present occasion.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

" Her Majesty had a perfect right to receive all royalties from gold, and it was the duty of Honourable members to support her Majesty in obtaining her right. If the Government are thrown on their back, it would be their duty to withdraw the licenses, and withhold from the people every ounce of gold that could he discoverad; the consequence of which would be, the prevalence of anarchy and confusion, caused by the Government having been forced to adopt such measures by the representatives of the people. If this measure were not passed this session, the utmost confusion would be the consequence at the Goldfields."-Tue   ATTORNEY-GENERAL. " His Excellency had stated that a company of soldiers had been sent for, anl that every step necessary for security had been taken."-THE MAYOR OF MELBOURNE, at a Ward Meeting. THE Governor has at last found out that his legislation on the Gold question is illegal and unconstitutional-that it is, in fact, what we have all along charac ter...

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THE DIGGINGS. Forest Creek, Tuesday, 16th December, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

THE DIGGINGS. [From a Special Correspondent.] Forest Creek, Tuesday, 16th December, 1851. THE last "new diggings" are on Ben-   digo Creek, about twenty-five miles from this locality, and fifteen miles beyond the Porcupine Inn, on a range of quartz hills quite apart from Mount Alexander or its ranges—these Bendigo Creek Dig- gings have been whispered about very mysteriously for the last few days as something better than anything yet dis- covered. A trustworthy person who arrived from that locality, yesterday, put me in possession of the facts, which are, that the yield, though satisfactory, is not extraordinary, surfacing and sinking being alike resorted to with an average yield of two to six ounces per diem to parties of three or four—some parties have made sixteen ounces per day, and it need scarcely be added that some make very little. There were about eighty men on the ground, yesterday, (Monday), but hundreds are on the wing thither, and those who have left ordinar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 December 1851

T 0 T C E.-Thet two newspapers L i' ittoforo issued rrmt thi ofilee will in future be inrorim at,-., and isrued tunder tile titleofTtlHE GEELON(G AI)VERTISl:R AND INTELI.IO ENCER." Thern will be a dr:ily isau,, and a twice-a-week edition of the nnt so-rie a of t ihe hld. The chon-e is made i:hIl the ve.w of sinlp!iftin,- busintsi arraentnarall , en ablinog the pro-sirtor to olnentlrate his eti,,rs, and to be prpaný agzaiOst any emerygency in t;e prstt utý ltd times. Atvertiseos will dteriove a creat behrtit from tlhe increalet publicity acquired by tite unitel circulation of the two papers; but in order to give inreaseld space. it is rm;osed to insert adv.rtiscmnents in t!l 11OM.! STYLi. the proprietor having it in his power to prmduce a fe soini!e of the typocraphyr ofTTHE TIMES itsref. In s buineooes community, like Geelonz, whatever ireiu lcvs tmay exist ageinst the condensatiot will quickly divaprear, for in realiy there is more disti;etness in a small neat adlertisementi than i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

FPII RICE (late Steward of tihe r..t,, ") GODI:N FLECE, MooraboolCreek e Inat, annnmces that ae bastaknt le lbid-laaet, ahich has under one extensivr for te rooton of comflort, al where tl.--,,n. d ?'n " n illain al ·oot] cheer, "adl naa'n'¢eiq ? nnd Ci iliti. P.S.--Geat altln* '~:.* "dl "t l:?" st'abl. " I' tT.V.R1D P.)B IS~ ini liltl IlecCQ. Stay "- 'e.itlioa It. 3r F. ,ri Hal. Anakic. Sb LD or LET --That splendid OtT-i?- , " H..WON TERIR ACI," brelfog. SAunnTra- For Parianliar-. apnll to *n - oar:t, or CrtnaLu-s S.aara, K-qr., near thIe Lcigh, a BUNDLE , - .rCLO?eT'., \,ith ine Mon ey andt Paper-. and -. f. : hCn,? - Ion Waier Ludyanre. ,:b . r:? them on pxil- p lia propelr:ra nd , ' n a-a ap.hliation to Ilh-nry Gibb. Elpen, ?.c;: .?:- D yesterday, in the country, a " r -00iK, conainiag money, cheq-wa, ,"e. Any pr-on . iving the dlnesripnl.n . f Ct can ave them. by app'yina: at the BIL.AC. , ip :d 11Falop-street a--Gelong, Dec.21, 1851. Pl.ERI~NTENDEN T wanted.- Sau:rl, a Superin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

GEELONG AND WVESTERN DISTRICT1 Fin? .D . 1.\.SXE IU.ARsr.s OFFICE. , ONEY is ready a he advanced b) t this company, secured br promis sory notes, at lnot exceeding six months date, and deposit of deeds to the valu:e of double the amount of tho suns bor rowed. Joi;t S. thILL, 312 Manager. GEELONG ACD WESTERN DISTRICT, FIRE AND MARINE ZNB UEAWO~3 CB G31oPAN'l MlooaRnooL-srsnr,, GSELONG. Established 1851. CAPPIAL, £100,000 Diretors. EnwARD Wu.us, (Chairman) CltRLES Jons DxmeNvs SCHARLES S ANfTErc SILAS HaRDISO GooROB TtOaIAs Lt.or Manager, Jons SL.ATH HItL. Solcitor, J. A. GRNGORY. Surreyors, GAlRARD & SItw. Banker, Tim BANK OF AUSTIRALASIA MELBOUTRNE BRANCH, Office, 13, Elizabeth-street. Directors, G. P. BALL J. G. Foxrcose. Agent, W. F. A. RocKsn. Ssrcegors Rurstz. AND Ttuoxas Marine Surreyor JAMss BALLINuGALL THIS Company has commenced opera tions, and is prepared to receivre applications for insurance, and to effect the same on liberal terms. In fixing their scale of premiu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

O TI'CE.-The two newspapers heretofore issMne from thio office will In flnore i inoeirpratd,. and Islncd under ihe itleofr UTlE 4:EELOXG ADVERTISIEI .cI) LNTVtLIrI:.kCEm" "Irre will be a dally imue and a twLie-a-week edition ,ft the nerw srit, al of te old. Tl. cbange is m?nae "tih 'be vew of implifilng tbudiness arangemento , en wling the pro-ritir to ecnrIarnmte iis efflTrt, and to be P rpsfn4 aagalnt any emergency in the pnrecnt onnmellel SMUs. Adireers will denve a treat benelft from the r-creane publcily arqulred l tv the unired circulalon of ite two papefs; but in order to give increased space, it I, itrorowd to feert advnrtstements in the HOME ::TLE. LF ite prpnetor havlir it in BI;s power to produce Sfac simile of ihe typcgraphy of rHIETIME. itlffi i a biuiones conmmonlt, like Gector,, bwateer prejo n!ci may ex t agar Q t the cor.denstio? will quickly .iilspear, Ijr in realUy thepr is mire isinomanso n a .mtll aP·r aP er.lio nhan tIn one tst up nt Ihe1g lnfng s?yle ii o ronI...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 20th. MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

LEGLSLATIV~E COUXCIL. Satnrday, December oth. The Sergeant at Arms introdneed the private Secretarr, who announced his Excellency's in structins for the withdrawal of the Postage bill. The Spi?ra read a desp~tch from Earl Grey, rendering the withdrawal of the hill necessarr. The Arroen-r-GEs R.AL explaind the rea onso f the government for withd~rawing the bill in its present form, and gave notice of his inten tion to introduce a hill on 3ondar, with the I additiona elauses as recommonded i Earl Grey's despateh. wOTICES OF MOTIOSr. Mr 3liLrEn gave notice of his intention to more on 3[onda next, (this day) that the sum of 60001. be placel on the estimates for the con struction ofro3ds and bridges. 3Mr Ssonn&as gave notice that on 3Tondr next (this day) he should more that the sum of lOOl. be piae?d on the estimates for the Queen's plate at the forthecoming 3Melbourne races. SG9EVE OF POBTLAND BAY, arawnr or reanr.sso natr. 3Mr TW~ .rsor moved that an address be pre sented to h...

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