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POLICE OFFICE Monday, 1st March. Before His Worship the Mayor, and Capt. Fyans. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

P 3.roaday, Ist March. t Eefore His Worship the Mb'or, anr Capt. Hsans. rDnsriel Hennesry was brongiht p for the third tie this ter des, oan charge of lrnkenles s; he was fined £1, cr a weeks iraprisonment DESE"TIOmt ti-: BOAED SCIP. John Brin, ?tats-ttia of the ship Hooghly, was p-eled blfJrette sitting msai.tr.,ta?-, clrg' d by the Captain of that ve.sel with desertion. It nF pearcJ fron the Captain's evtde·se, that Brcin chati.ned lea v of absence fiom theo lip' far twen:tr-f?a-r hoaro, on the 5th December inst, t I r- remained absent fra~ that date. Iie tas met by the ma".ter of trie Iloogh!v on Satur day latr. in tet strnets of Geaklag, and given into cuit,.dy. Bruin was13 eon to jtilfeor iix weeks, eat thetn or'edl to retaurn t his daty ca La rd. B'tara J. F. Str~a:, Esq., and Capt. Fyars. 5-"SS?:?LT sn BATTERT. Patrick DBnn acrI?r.Ia befare the DiPtrrit Bench ts sr-e a eimL' inat aint Ltatricik RLw TJd fOr vioallet aun::m:bg Limon oa T~husk The plirtiar c;h.. n witness to cor...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

CrA.-An English fleet of sre f hipsofwar had ap- I pered before Vert Cruz. Tie ships me the Indofoti gatle oft .O gaurd, hse Caorrlaorl of7 O carrying the AdMre i' flog. he Weleolrey (70) the ? te3 u? r Expres til),o'nd the Calypso (iO.; The appearance of thio flet has given rise to a good dral of spectularlo as to the parpole of irs rslt to the gulf. The Trait. however, onrlonLes tho tdiis purp le ho no conne ,r:oe with lse exliting reolitions rf Meniea rad the Eriitusi capiroli?ts, but refers in all probaeblily to the enpgoaemets of Eog load towarls Spain on the ut j.rt of Cuoa. Msronao MLa L rtnr. rsU, Swisuhelmr, o "a savage sh tll (us a Iahlioallle joural? or Yew York rails it) aeoi?st the mraozine fashon plates, toy. :-We know women who are dying at their own bandit, Oan piolsly raying their prayers ever dnay, aind for thir Ile?thi Ithe ma;ree pubillbers are ccounanile at the bar of the Elternl. They are murdring dhetn s true as ever David Flow Urflah by th rhoAmleiirs. Io l n...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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COURT OF REQUESTS. £10 JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

COURT OF REQUESIS. £0O rearsnrcrroz. Before Hfi; W.rship the Ma or, J. F. Strachan, E·q., and Capt Fraas. Win. 3I'Clement r Andrew Stewart.-This was a s unit to recorer the earn of £I, valne of a sotf sold and dlivierei to defendant. IBy the erideici it eppeared that a sofM had beIn made to order, which not suiting the trstc of the defandunt, another was sniplie!, and br,th were retained by hir, whilst only one was paid for. Verdict for the plaintiff £; IO,, there being a ert-,?f against L-'Clement to the omcant of to0., or the sof. in quetion to be returned within ?B. hours. Mr, Harrwod for the plaintiuf, ir. Ashworth for derfendant SWmin. 3Cletmrnt v. Alexander 3iltilivrar.- Tthis was a Eilt to reener £3 3s., valne ofa bled It appeared that this article was sent by the plaintiff to the defendant, some 13 monthi ngo, and on lately demanding the vaine of it or the be?iiead to be returned, wan refused either re quest. For the fSnce, L'Gillivray seated that bhr agrecmennt he was to re...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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OVERLAND ROAD TO MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

OVERLAND ROAD TO MOUNT ALEXANDER. (From the Adelaide Observer). We have already remarked, upon the practical commencement of the operation of the beneficial Act of Council, passed at the recent extraordinary Session of our Legislature, by the opening of the doors of the Assay-Office, established under the provisions of that most salu tary Ordinance, for the first time, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, for the ad mission of gold-dust and gold nurgets, and their metamorphosis into circulating media. The next step which has to be taken in order to render the Assaying Act more extensively available for the ulti mate benefit of the diggers and of the colony is, to open up the shortest practi cable overland route to Mount Alexander, and simultaneously to establish an armed escort for the safe conduct of the gold from the diggings to the virtual Mint in Adelaide. \Ve have on former occasions adverted to this most important desidera tum, and it is very gratifying to find that the Government...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT FAIRY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

'PORT FARY RACES. TaIe meeting wOa s efrited OIL, althoogIL the attIndance Was indiffbrcut. Tho Moidcan Pl[ate weas wor by Itr George Thomson's ch. b . Billarat, in two heats, beating Black Iess, Spider, and Peter Finn. 'Th Town I'iat was won by Mr Phillips' Petrel, in four heats, beating Shepherdess, Bessy Bedlam, Cornet, and Cale.ltnian. Besy tuok the first and Shepherdess itIe second heat. Tihe Hack Sickes were won by Mir Iirledge's Vests, beating Triton, Templar, Surplice, and Bright Isane. On the second day the St. Leger was won by Mr Phillips' Enigma, beating Seramb!er sad Seporation. T'he lPablican' Prse was won in three heats by Mr Be!t~ Cornet, batting Petrel and Shep ilerless. Petrel tlook the first heat. The L.adies Purse was iron by tallarat, beat ng Bossy Bedlam. The Pony race was walked over by Vesta. Oa the third day, the Members' Clp was won tby Cornet, beating Petrel, CaledonIian, and Pilot The For~cd Handicap was won by Ballarat, btating Enigma and Pilot. 'fii Cons...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

%ala ek I.-Dorvoaslarunar, 53 ton, Win. ltaker, iuaate'r, frweu Htaart town. Carver and ht ~ton, igeniu. 3 aat?, ao:~ax- 2:, icon. C. Tomnor. n030cr, t o!i' 3Meiiturne. William, cutter, 3-4 ton=. J. I'iant, master, fraon t ellsorr~e. J. t::Ei:,nnton, agen:. CLoSown oCr. mir, I.- nri. e:l o e 49 tc::=, ihninls I.ewis, mast.Žr, far L;:u eo tn,, with cooveO pa; oen:ers. Yar.40rt, hcrpne, 3W7 tuao. W. (S~rnool, meeter. }:,r f.odota+ si:n M: esiurno. i'asaer.ter I~r I!tt.e:r. 1':!rL rth, F:on, and Co.. aHeitt. Miarc .Iin,, htol an tie.. 82 ta, .. il"Itn rnw, innn.t'r, far Sucmer, ha bai!n,;. ttioitt and 5 area-Aciel, for L~unnstan. 3pana, ICr D eo.-°_5 e `; rata, 14 7nbe a t., 10 cLnc -·Iicet, 4 cases e.o I cI ee teise apples. 3 ni , .'riz:tc uaid!, 3 do tr C.,e ven 25 do raspserry toi-p,4 41ao t1o:on do.a ale loin,, 43 b.4 *;cts, ('uerror nI to!itun. Troe upp i = e- Ang;ntini i'tort. freen N^r Tr..-5;. ar., 5 keg, toboarme, I'cr Cs rz,;In. tines;, n."; -.x `.!arc from Mna r~it:- .:aIntt...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

, 1 o DO N.-- The A ship |- TO i* I~ - commander, IU peal l..i·l I' eF, r^areight cr ep>s5ssD QP SCo. TO~ 1FRO31 GEELONG. Alfeiratoi in Time. , after Nonday net, thb '23rd i nant' the c" VESTA," steamer, iCle's Wharf every Monday, rarve nd Fridar morning, at n. e . tile NWharf, Geelong, every SThYrsd?Y and Saturday morn SThis essel will not tow on her GEo" Gr'o WAt CoLt, Wharf. " 21, 12t5. ipHllASIA STEAMER. I cdrec n relbourns and Gee lowU. S've stearer leaves the Geelong :-irffr \fleF!nurne every Mon -,d', aid Friday morninis, o'Etck pecise!y, returning every :i da. S J. B. HcrrON & Co., Geelong agents. -tr.et, Jan. 1, 1S5l2. FOR SYDNEY. Tii? fie A I ship CLIF T O , ". W. Besztey, commander, will for the above port immediately. :cel!eit accommodation for cabin zers, and will take a limited er is the steerage. fr:ight or pass?ge apply t CAPTAW Ier ZLETz , On boaid, Or to Ms1. RICaBD GrIns, Geelong. rrar7 25, 1852. " FTONDON. Te lea in Hlobson' Bay. ri- H E Splendid A t s...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

lEti!_- <icr.ies't -Ba::,l. t'a*s.ngrsr-- ';!sre ai; - r a I : I st V. Z-phrr, sc.aoe.er, i.ir f rt To-n, ;n bai?:st. rse-.?gi--IL ,'s.ik, ? se en i the s:eor )oa Jan, EC0oar.r, for Sji:ir. N: - Haie.ay, brig, fjr Lr-ueston, in Ll;ast. No m;.:?, -.*;-o.=arn. fr -ar-.cmstsa. Pnn-c.p.r» --3l-essr :1, owabry, S~nkllin, Conar, n, , d Spke. n .racn i- te sntepr.e ..iisim Hil, i,:i-, fr Launrcstcn. Pns Renrers-E'i-rs G:tbon and O'B-iena and seven in t; h raZ. renaztr, -'T:-rm Fir A?elaid, in ballast. Pa eCs-.-r- e·r-s ('eI'..n. ..S-t, S. n:r,mr Ta ]r-, rr, Sadr;, P" aIJ, , :a , ,ia Wi - IR'ni-,Inu t.:itY-even in thei : aee'e. r-'a Bi, b-rqn.I , .r A idead . 'Pas;ir.g'er -:,i:! - ce I ina ies- a.-n , ci;ne-a ,b r,;,r.rc Cr H1bArt Toan. Pr.ssn nse:t, Yu s, P'ire. Jl .:r.-.?r,, ,::s- A:"m FrreU, mA. Jr ý:r en rec. stýr--r. Ekizieth, Ei.-'oncr, fer Poit Alter., with su::d i . Eel-hanter, rtr L.on-·a'. It.arriette Xa'Ks'], or t.i.art Totu. Pilot, for R.obart To-ra n:ina, fcr Hi-,Sar...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 March 1852

art r-: !": (L: CLONG RARBOL'R. d~r~l, Eul~i er't E r.;-,; :{ tqn5s 6. S:?Tarl· ro roh w 40 T. i; ,. r CL*TTI3·T i; :0 M. ti . n, ,:'dn Crrrrr r : a nd P -I nfd - ".' , i ¶~rU . "1. '.S; t .. dm a :t:su. 1it'.i:: LT, :f0 !"at :- cilrr~t maser, 121.1 3 3 ~II~u ~Ir ~;i~an~J C Jr Cs"I: Il.. en, mitc 4 J rr A !, - :..^t !ii" * r. ^ lat ti S:t-.?' .. bl h~F Centl· bt ten; ri:stFa:fcr. ! ·J:tp i '.:r L T' . tilu. =ii! s~2. i till r:3. t llur. I, Eu"" 'f. t~nl,-5: toPc- W. 4C~irr. ý Co, 1 c. s

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

KDAl:ID. ti it ca;oea rof oi wor - iii lit d.z ..lde .1iar - ,:, ete ' rday er Tis, witg the 2.?13 on,,:c'" bh~?,-; mn Tana lIt,:am units to Ii_:le sbhort tf 400)1 oun :ce. in olje.ioa is ,tar.ol to t:h cr tiaual puotliat:ian of t?ts naetes of the depositors, and we toae not theref re t!eought it worth whi!, to tale the number of the detesit receipts. The first delivery of i?po at the hanks is xpectel to take piace in th! course of the entvsin week. Thee are to i? of . eir enlir shape, ett?iped at cchbtntd,ann ofdi fPrennt Sweight. No a:te. pt is to bie sde to r:luce the gold to stanttrd rnenesn, htt it is to be ear btoingoto s of exaetly the stme polity as wl:a pre t ted for .ay. Thisl 'I onot s-r:k-ns as thi be. motde t!,it cona, have been t-ioptel, bhtw a-e aaltoel?er irdi.-al to starte?rtioul ohjecti,;·. Of courr,, the q;:aliti of t'o gl!,i whtercr ith: may lise, will he stL-anled upon e-c: inzot_, ndi the £3 li .tr entce will be satima.ted on the basis of -gold of standa i fle ...

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SUPPRESSION OF PIRACY IN THE EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO, BY THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

StFP2ZESlnN OF PI ACY 1 Ti E E CTFIY .R!CIIPELAGO, Bir THE 1JLCK1 GOVERN3!ET. (Frn, the Si; gp;re Free Pr:s.) Inz fWo'rtini is an aecoant ofon;re sec't s f Fper ti ,n - b .e 11t . I 1 ". N. . nar-, for tos roe.Us-iua f piroer. tojartikon in thE months oft ett ani oei ,,r: last: IL 'y. Y se:-r?r rik'_, L1.!ea nt Kii iper , ea, Surateai, an the 25th S'ptetaber, fr .:Ds ein. InLteiigence Ries roeeivrl frna Lm E A - i-atnt-lfid-rt there, th thate ,o'ori.tao pi--.ts. Ulain,; l.i'essir., Prirea of Bo1.ra'te, ras ;it Burons a p ice on the northa-net conart f the astand of S.:mb-s., re airng his re-seo, r-:.d that t50 O:as th' meame cief wLo h.l clot::OleOi the des-met si.on lwneao, in t::e pIre:no.s r, whicih had -'se- so m ach drseo re to tae ia batitante, many of wh~n were Lilled or e.rre-d: Tho Beka imneditely prceei.J to B:r:n, tslakin as a "id ho te otile Pa tSsra. te' hid br'urht the intelligence to BaSet,:. sOn h, 31r October, the Ileklaame tam es oech,r in lhe itarro bah of OEurLrn...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

VRIIETIES. PAraIOows Trasus PTZrrcOt. -T , f.ram the plaea of as N taw Tork Joral, t. letter from Mrs Bloooeroa the newa?tuaq, - Iltly by the authIrMs unonkit thes i1n , Western Repubtic :-" la your cC'ni.i:i cening clothle,, which appeared in liae rr ' 17th Ismoot, you show that the a eotir, - e hitherto wora by diialtahrie, both in Ct rc' are heio laid aside, and thia new Dukes p,. Enperonr, prefer wearing the s'bni.e citi ' , cept on extnordinary ocacmsio. Ton aoi;, calir readon for thin hot think it his hon b , ind of iutinct. N iow. Sir. I thiat thit li-j ';.: the cumberwsom, floing robe can be eoit i - ahly accotoied for. O man, who h o b .? , camfortable fconr eent, chet ctose-fitiin ti ran cat feel at eas with lea mnuafo ia a and aras held in a proper position fr er' Ieooe, flowing leeres. CaM It be nhoui.t sho , that Dnuak, Priete, Jniev, mand tmy.r-a prfer rather to dispee with the ' bh.iot?e e hren to tuf?r the lotof freedom ofnmotioe. ~ there ismuch moren of dlaity inl. ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE REBELLION IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

THE REBELLION IN CHIILA. THERE is a strong desire, 6n the part of some :idiridaals, to throw discredit on the ruo.aurs that from time to time re·a·, us regaraiun the rebellion of S;snther: China. WVe are told that the bat.lieg aind freebootery, for more than a vear of continued occurrence, are n:o thing more than rie procedure of sone b;:nis of ignorant ieoa, whose sole ob ject ia plunder; and that obtained, in as large a me. sure as possible, their return to aaceful hlaunts will be easily purchased, and things will go on in the same train ss befire. The greatest sup port to these views is the fact, that some nineteen or twenty years ago there were similar troubles in the samne prm vinces, and bccause peace was purchased in the way we have spokeri of, so, like wise, the present matters are to be brought to an end by the self-same means. It is continually the complaint of resi dents of this country, that at home there is bat little care for our interests: this, to some ?tent, is a ju...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

HOB.AR!T TOWN. .itruo.-l'reiulent, Thalia, Moscheto, and '..'toria Packet, from Victoria; Emma, from ;:.:!ney. SAILE.-SouthIer Cross, barqne, for London; na Maria. ship, for G=mn; Aenoria, for Port .; ert: Robin Hood, for the Snth Seas; . in Nreree, barque, for London. WEDNESDAY 3MOIEING, 3lARCH 3.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

PORPTLhAD. A oTaer. NrW GOLD ?tELD.-a-1r Biston has foLeudoleof the mnost handsome sperimens of old whiehb we have yet seen; the locality in whieh it was dlicovered is Mount Cole; from two or three spade-fti of earth he obtained thelo sample which he hii shorn to tmany palties in town, and there is hit one opinion reuardiing it, that it is even purer than either Mount Alex anderor iBdlarat geld. It may be said that this felHi has been discoerer accidentalis'. Mr Bil teon happenel to rest on ihis journey hom??ards from the dizi~ by n nprro 'ed tree, at the haue of which the hoaitiful sr ien eo r frred to was fonl without trout.le It is !r Bihitou's optnion tia?t gll, o: trial. rill ire get there in remuneratirve h, ndate. He reeportsthat water, pure as er.tal. ,ean be had -ithin a hcnd-oel v?-a,!, and exceiient .stunr,e for horses and ceate. There is 'a str, pn -e ubilit tha: this ne?r disc-verrv ail rival anne A lexnxder in richness e? dl durability.-Gu..a ian, i:ebruary 27th. fTILL...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

"'IE Banks, we are told, intend to pnr t ose gold, but as yet no direct intima * ition of the fact has been made public. ::til we have more precise information, .- need not enlarge upon the policy of S:ch a step; but should the statement * correct, we think it will require very : Ie penetration to foretel that the pro .edin will be perfectly suicidal; and Sresult will shor that the aff?rs of aa -iustralian Bank can no more be ef -:atly managed in Lombard-street, than r- Government of the colony can be .cisfactorily regulated in Downin: : reet. In the meantime we require ia ..rmation, and as the following extract :I-.om Mr 3'Combie's gold circular, con :ins more than any other document we ire seen, we transcribe it for the benc : of our readers: The go?J market during the week has been in Sl unnusally feverish state, having opened at t"" Ml, to ils 6,1. The caseto which I chifBtl Snribte this, is the intelligence that the lBloks .1l resolved upon not adraocing money to the * --.ers U...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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BALLARAT GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

BILLa.A GCor. Fit.ns.--The news frmn this qiarter becomes dailv more interes:,ing, and this, combined with the fatt that a great numbrr of parties in Gee!ong are fitting out for the plaee, and about starting, hrightens the prosport thet Ballarat is likely to wore again the great point of attraction to the gold diggers. The following is the return h- vesealdav's E-cort :- ' Rturn of gold forwardnled in charge of [Mr. Thomas Lyttleton on Ist ?March, to the Police 3ragittrat at Geelong, from Ballarat: Oz. dot. Samuel Webb .... 40 0 John Dunlop .... 100 0 John Welsh ...... 60 0 Samuel Rielh-nrdon 60 0 Thomas Wation 72 0 John Ason Amos Noble 96 2 Thos. Rutherford John Ason ' Amos Noblde 120 S Thos. Rntherford Richard Wldon .. 13 0 Mathe i hicks .... 19 1 George Were .... 18 6 Alfred Danglass .. 137 0 William Green .... 19 0 Total .. 75s 17

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CALCUTTA. THE REMOVAL OF THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

SCALCUTT? Thu fRo: o or To Su eT or GetaaT:ST. (i:rom th F:ie~n of Indie, OGr. 9.) The r-carl .f ta: oPat of ,o:ernmorn, whic' has been a frit'ful tolrec of'liscuaision ?or trhe !-t fifteen rears,-in fact ever since L;rd Williss 1:ntnnk pronounced the mra ruchle woard, Ir.dia mros get rid of Simalh, or Simish dil got rid of India-las been a;:in all??ed to hr the Labore Chronicle. O tLia ce a..ic., the queati ;n a.?slnae so:re importune fromn tte a-sr?-a:ce wl:iclh iat jon-nal so centoently gives, that this ;reat and organic change in tie constitution of the Indian Gorve-ume-t bh hbeen fcrtol by Lord Dalhousie on the hlnae authorities, with great, earsrtness. It is di icuit, however, to suppose that his Lordship eoa hare aerioulr contem plated a ehas ze which maut so materiadis and so injuriouslhy al?et the eriicieney of the ad:inieira tion, and it dees not therefore appear necensary to bestow more than a passi.g notice on the matter at present. The journalists of the North West Prov...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

[ADnvrTrrsnr. Tr. i-W` e are reqaesteb by 3!yssrs Carver an t Dton to caii tre attention of the publIc to their unreserved rle u: onts.oniods, chria oraomo'e-, paer, Ft,. a their rocins, tii. car, at 1 o'ek&!:nparrnidir.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 March 1852

tA1_i DIEtENS'S LAND. Goon i? T.s:ast?t.-Teeterday mornine two mren denpoitel with nb asa mp'e of g')J, tid, hd b then: to be oa:tined in the Fingal Distrit:, and !ai.mel the reirrd of £500 fur the discovery. We do not feei calle upnen. after the thonusa;d sand one f.die repors of the ioer ohe pre cious eetal in this iedstd, to ofer aL o:iomn onte the suljct6 at present.--Cormsai Chronicle, ·Fb. I8. CGon'aECI.L TSTELLoGroCE.- eno pr?'d?ee ts!e at Iesrs sdell and !lo-r t sto, res, yeter , w.as well a:terdeo, conatsderin the unfaounr:ie state of the neather. SerralI lots were dis prose of ^t the following prices, for prompt cash: -Kip and sole leather, 1G Gd and 61 per lb hbtter Is 11 per lb: che'se, is 1,1 per ib; bacon (an indifperent seamle.) Is per lb. Threa lots of oats (a good seampe,) rer bought in, h::L bare since bha rol 0 prievateir t 5s 1 ier ba--l. Fine ifi r rettras its price at £13 per too:,for eonsertieron; but fe if anor ns*es are onade at that pce for shi.~-ent. A pri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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