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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

S. T N 0, -.-T'c: A I s1hip ' - L' 0 ^." 1111 V STF! TO . rD-FROM, GEELONG. SU:ralt i~t i -Time. --. h ?,, Mow ,:lav ~ e t, tht 2 23rd ~t FSa *. a ' steamer, " ', :, h. r tf evry \olJndy, Ia ' v d Fri!ar mortin, at nti e ' i.. , the W[iar. r~elnln, every ' s' "r and Satutday morn. p I" hts 5ressil will not tow on her rr";e" GZo::G= ARD COLE, . Whaf. 1 * -r ASTA. STEAMER. "o; ba'C.' Ir-b.ourre and Gee ' '- Fg SYNE. . ,.rGi, ., enr.' srr leavs the Geelong -, v itrff ~~''r' evrry Moln i- f el^: .sa~r .i Friay tmrylnsa, : l^ ochcp: Ireciiely, returning evrry J. P. Iirroa &, Co., (r clong agents. S . I. Jati. 1, IS12. -- FORSYDNEY . .- THi f?le A I shia C LIF TON, , C . . : l.r :1,:CI)'I!n! r; ill r ' i sa're part irneWil'tely. i ,x:;!!rft: .fcc'n: odaion fr cabhi -', f , .-n sill take a limited t .! ir e ý e-.,rar e. j.r fre;i-!t or pn's aS e antly t C•I-.Us. . o ATZLET, nil bhoad, Min. IRICsARD GIBta, r 25, 1I52. _________ Ft -I -Oy LONDON. ro e 'i in UCobmsn's Bac. e HE Kror.d...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLD IN VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

GOLD IN VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. I1e give below the fullest nuthentic particn lau rs:lhtinr to the new discovery. Opinions will be much dliided respecting the probable advantages nud evils of the opening of a gold feld in such a enoony. In our (eves the resaut will he benefiial. The government of the old colony will be in a better oiltion than ours for maintiining good onler at the dii'tlinn,. The dvan~tage will be wide-spread. A thinning of the qiesien-ahle population: at our mines is de mir?le. The tener l prosperity of the Austra liB: eolenije, will be hbet l.raomted by their re pectire attractions Ieing nearly balanced. Of their udtinmto inlivi,!dl pro=perity, we have no mig?rision, hut we would rather see each of them keeping their ground, and te:u.liiy advanciny, then to witness alternate depression and reetl sion. Our Tasm.mian neighbours have manfully ELred their diffiulties, andt those who have come to the go?h!mines on this side of the strait, have shown a degree of solicitule f...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SHIPPING CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

Etnrppro CluARGES. TTax Governor of Van Diemen's Land has 1 ,'n seekicg popularity by proposing to abohlish the port charges on shipping, to, nmake Pobart Town and Launceston really free ports." We have already reterremd t.) the rumoured intention of our (;overnmcnt. ba.ked by the Melbourne Chamber uf Cuaimeree and the Argus, to Soriginate a similar measure here. We Strost t:at a warning will be taken by the rcsuit of the proposal in Van Diemen's Land. To, the great surprise (no doubt) of the Governor of that colony, there was a nfnicient stock of common sense in the I.egislative Council to perceive the im propricty of the recommendation, and the following resolutions were carried in sttad: - I1t. T'lat this Couinril haye oliberately con -idere. the 1Me.·-Fn of his Ricellenev theLien t;annt-.r.vrrnor. No. 7, brin_,in "under the no,;,e of the members the propriety of repealing t0.t part of the Act of CGincil of th- 2nl Vic sori, No. 5, and the 14th iieroria, No 3, rela ting to the in...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

JUST OPEND AND NQW ON SALE Price antd Co.-s .QI!P.n oil Dr. Frairp!on's pmtnatmL De!croir and Co 's castor o 1 pomade Price and'Co.'s bear'sgrease Do. Circassian cream Do. cold creamn Row at:d's Macassar oil - ?ut h es and Jo::es's biochrine-thle life ofthe hair Dele irx's moell noe fu the-hair Price and Co.'s vegetable hair oil [;.iceoix's bhndlinee P ice ;and Co.', Persian rose soap Do, patent almonld soap Do ftshionahhle ablets t'gChes and Jones's city soar Price and Co.'s real hbowvn Windsor Do. rvrpphagon ot ne plus ultra shaving Pri:ce Albert s ambrosial ehading crea;m. Exhibition son;ps DLrtrix's vegetable extract ftair dye - I.-.e:tder wsters E:au de Cologne e Perf, anes of tbe most exquisite fragrance Pr:ce and Co.'s tooth powder Brushsrare and combs of eve:y descrip tion al .nys on hand Cutlery of every so-t, At th T'emple qf Fashion. F. Fon.xcis, Coric-street, Geelong. FPehrnstry 19. I52. VICTORIA DISPENSARY, Unrion-strct, J gar et-sqteare, Ge!dong. THtOMAS WALTON, (Frorn...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

GEE.LONG. D*Ayr. Ranr.en.-On O Stunrda morning, btween two and three o'clock, the premises of Mr Paterson. the jeweller. in Kagnlinia-street, were broken into, through the back part of the s?op. Two of 3Mr Paterson's journeymen were dleping on the premises-one of them in the slip, and the other in an adjoining room; yet, sinular to relate, neither of them awoke. It see:s 3Jr Patterson had retired to rest at the enula hoor, and seen his premises all nsaeand cenre beforehand. Abnot three o'clock, having oreisicn to get a lass of water, he fancied he heard a noise in the shop, and proceeded to the plice, when he obherved a tall man helping him self Tven deliberately to as many watches as he con!d well lay bold of, which were hanging on the w.Ill, imme??itely over his jornevman's hbead who was fast asleep below. lie seized the ruffian, and when about to conduct him off the premises, the thief plantedl a very severe blow on Mr Paterson's foreheal, it is supposed with some blast instrumen...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

ode ' heit market price. tohe I Romnsonr? r &, Co. t rrer, Jan. 21, I152. l.stre, t t_ GOLD. .S:T in any q tuantiti's, at tihe lt ,sh prices, by m ?,esr" R & L; rO C [ooraloul-street. .,eRd will give the highest le.-r, ice for (U-,ll. .?aff . . . - .A.s G OLD. 0 undelr:se rd will purchase or I'.e cash advaoncs on gold. - arTISaIr'", \Wrr.rts & Co. r t ;line1s eranted. GO GLD. 13. [ '[TO)N S Co., .O.t C RA REF-r, ?l or te sale of GOLD, itler h: pubOlic auction or private. l gNDFIRSIINED AR, PUR 11 iSERS OF GOLD. PrAt.r,Y C onE c CO. 0O L D purchasLd by the under s d. JA:tEr Ausr.. SO®D. !IE rndersigned is a PURCHASER f Gold. SITAS HARDING. -cr.tsquare, Geelong. 35 SCEndersig:led is a Purchaser of (told. PATERSON. Kardinia-stret. GOLD. TRi4CAN & Co. are purchasers of .n- nI.2(0! ne ber, 1851. lt GOLD. !?E undersieOnl-d will parthsre or "irFnce On GOLD. rItraxao Gmua. . OOLD. ?E undersigned's a Cmr purch- e. of a y qantity, from a quar er is O ccs upwara...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

wEEL ON'; GOLD CItCULArt. Dz-nrnq rip week g ll has faller, to GO-, at which price it seeni atenay. [ltner=, ao it by one consent, bhan cetiutntred it at that fijr're, penning the .keioloo of te B inhi with rigonl to tihe Idrine. 'tic dh1thrtit'or which hns talien plice t1:i wee;: alto in the eel;oange I in- onre c,,r tt'Tt. true egoitot gndl, wilt Ico titol to ,leprrr~cj , .. 'Ion oboe, -rimnic tnaI l tatto hare oi·n iiill their e~et ;;t !.ci rdig t!:,; tii e iii I'Ie ilin price prrf' -edl to iw gien fir go!ti in .ijh' ails han; rot ha l the ;:r;" r (.lf tit if r.iii:,. it r" , Ismr:itit'; near t':te ( nn I ric irrc. L'i n.I '.~toii ,. -t:irr to'""i.. or 1* cc itt'rci ttl :I9 n*'I ta ti heir fict 'Ii mc I :ntk dhi teetiht refi'ing to Vtrn:t Itsn go;.: ,it that i~tnr'. 'lihe cha-c 1 i tto I:'rcn:t cs. -ii eto that i 'Oo ittIt th' mccc ~al- .li'aontcct oct ,. lInisio n'i:c., endI r it after ll tntl r Vert 1 yind ppelllaý:on. Ameonts from Moiot Al.,xa?rrer .till shoow that nrt rithrta...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPREME COURT. SPECIAL CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Friday, March 5. (Before their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr Justice Barry.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

SUPRE3IE COURT. SRECIAL CRIMISAL SITTIGS. Friday, 3farch 5. (Before their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr Jnstice Barry.) The Court sat this morning at 11 o'clock, and the prisoners convicted during the sitting were brought up and snenenced as follows: Rnolrt HIrver-flori e stealing, five years hail? labour on the roads. Robert Thompson-Uttering a forged cheque. Sentence, three years' hard labour on the rodo*. Henry Howard, aged 19-Uttering a forged cheque. Mr Forbes moved an arrest of judgment, on the ground that a witness, whose name was on the back of the indictment, was not in attendl ance at the trial, and that the prisoner required his evide'.ce for his defence. The learned gen tleman, in support of his application, quoted? a decision of Baron Alderson, to the effect that any witness whose name was on the back of an indictment, the Crown was lbond to preluce at the trial, so that the prisoner might have the opportunity, if he thonght proper, of putting him under cross-examinat...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

POST OFFP1CE GEELOG. L IST of Unclaimed f.etters lying a& thi8 SOffice, 3rd 3atch, 1852. A Allwmxd. J.In Argyle, Alfred Answlev, G. A. Andrson. IPhillip AIbraha'i. ".illiam Athison, Daniel Aitken, James Adl.Ma , Mary Ann Anderson, Alexander Amniss, 3. Atton & Co., M.lesrs. Aslcroft, Edward. B Baird, G. B.Rder, William Breeres, Mr. Burns, Peter Brown, John Boa!and, George Walker Bennett, John Ilrvyan, loai)orough Blackie, William (3) ]lilington. J.me Brown, Thos. Bartlett. Thomas (2) Bartlett, Richard Brakenriig', Andrew Byvne, George Betton, John Ball, R Biffar, George (2) Bosworth 3fr Buckley, 3I Bassett, Tho Brown, Thomas Beamish, Mr Brown, C Birch, Thomas Bakie, George BaIdway, Capt E t Buckley, Ralph Bovle, Dennis Browne, Esan BRa?ll, Enoch Brenan, Miic and J Burke, James Barns, Margaret Batly, Thomas Bedford, Henry Bellours, W Haurri Burns, John Bakie, James Bonrke, William Brown, John Browne, J (4) Borne, Mr Browne, Frederick Bench, William Baker, Wm (2) Browne...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 March 1852

A-BSTRACTOPSALKES BY AUj&CTIOG MosoDA, hMRCi 8. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, cargo of the Apollo. By J. B. Hutton & Co at 12, American Chairs. TUpaSDT, MARacl 9. By J.G. Carr, at II, iMerchandise. By . B Hutton & Co, at II, Cargo of the Velocity, from Sydney. W EDIESnAV, MFnc1I 10. By 7. G. Carr, at I, Furniture; at I, Esta'e of Conewatre. By Carver & Dalton, at 12 o'clock, Stock of a genert.jl[dealer. 'TllnlotY, IAcnC 11 t. By O'Farretl ianl on, at 1, Land at East Geelong. By J. 'T. Carr, at 1, ?oases and Lind at tiew 'Towu. Flrnin.tY. 3MACII 13. By O'Farrel & S n, at 1, D iry Cattle, SarUannr, mlnac 13. By 0'Farrell an't ton, at 12, horse atock, the property of Capt. Synno t, TuEsnaY, MARcrl 16. By J. G. Carr. a, 1,Towa Lead.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

JLUST OPENI;D, AND ' )' ON Price it'd r'' '..,,' r~ noil 11 r'. ..t rr. "S .'''in·!.; 1'iier id 3 '3) * cre' ice T)a cold t'e n R"', ttl'c Lfieinr'r ,iil * 1,311.- an'! J.o"'i jcihrr:e-tit elife Tl)-lcxo'no-'.!! n- f.' I- it hiir Pric and no.1 br ar i P iceI t . ' c31si :n rose snp I. ".. if:i 30 1)e rzhlrrs I? * ?-.l~fjl~'0 1~'3e ile 1't bhee acid Jon's' ai!r 0t. 1) rein? and Co.'., ret1 hroraRe) indaonr. l)o, rvpophi onnat no ponr ultra sharing scion 1'. ince Albert's ambro~sial .having Cteefn. F; .'iiiinten zr,,;us I)cirtroxr vrgatah!e ex ract 4Ja r dye Losender 'a ,t-t E" dr Cl'oloise ` eeri.'iner of the motl exlt:i-it, 'ragrance l'r'r end C0)'s ^": o li r*at :rn.; firt~shcva an dr ombl of ra -p dencrip tido 3 at3 3)3) on Lot Cu'!err orf every unit. At the TCenpi of Farslon. F'. Fnas~re. CoIri -Stre I, Geelong. Fe! nurF I· 9, I SE!. VICTORIA DISPESSARY, Uzgston-s~red, M.ir7-ef-sqatare, Ceedonq. THO:trAS WALT ON, (From r esors . C,. ouTr &L C'o.. Iata Cade, 'a.:' ()ranist...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

SA DREAH'. SI had last night the strangest dream, SVictoria shone in the sunnr beuam, The hills und vales, thougli grey, did wesr A beautiful smile as though peace ras there. Her skies were bright, and her streams - spark, As onward they roli'd like jems in the drk, I utjust as one view did bewilder the iense, I lost it amid an err-a most immense. It seemed too much for the fancy to cope, Like to a magic Kaleidoscope. I thonuht I hasten'd away to a spot, Where heaps of gold were daily got, All faer were eazer, all hands were basr, And with golden dreams their brains were di.-,. SEach Eentinent it seemed to ahborb, From the rise to the setting of Sol'% bright orb; Each tioe was forgotten, and learned lore I Was lost mid the scramble for golden ore. SOne feeiing was paramount, gold held them fn', SWhile a host of ing'd joys flaw speolilv pis:. i The tents seemed so joyless so different fr: home, That I scarce heaved a sigh, when lth sceoe i Iwas gone. As hv mage it seemed-I wa.s hnrri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

TrIEATRE ROYAL, GEEOLOG. e/r t sole managemqentent af AMr. Dcerbw. TI EVIEING, MARCH 9, Tile performan.e "ill commence with tihe intel esting Drama of the DBEAIM OF FATE! Chracters 5sup ted by the strength of thChc e Company. S ......... MrRiley etTo :ecde.. r. Meadows . .......Mr. WVebster. So??.* , e. r." Stull's Scg....... Mrs Webster To coucltde with the Farce of SAyINGS AND DOINGS. Bartley ourke ..... Mr Ilolloway 3MR HYDES Will shoitly make his first appearance h lereP. Forep, 4s; Pit, 2s. Doors open at half-rast seven, performance commences t eighto'clock. D-VA CESON GOLD-The Undcr A jp ?' ? make Ch AdraL on GT M O. DALr. y .0.TT. 6Se O ] iOLDl )IGGERS' BANK-The un d oeri-rtiC tring entered IntS arrmanme ti with e s r--s.n td t.s are now-C pr.. pared to make ,.'rl b .ne &a"' . partltn s Wtihint tos ell will ;,. er'lic the hlighent Maret Priee.-T'ons-a, "'e S Co .Te Beachi n7-iNGAY SYDER, from Upper s <mforti-'et, London. accredite ed itor of A.i" inCTer'&am...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

AB?Ti'F:_ACT OF SALES RY .AU:t 10[U'. 'cUESnAT, MArccH :. Ry J. G. Carr, at 10, Merchandise. By J. B IHuttoan C Co, at I, Cargo of the Velocity, from Sydney. Wi nErLtT, MARCHS 10. By t. G. Carr, at I , Furntture; at I, Estate of Conewatre. By Carver & D.a'ton, at 12 o'clock, Stock of a gQneral dealer. T'l'iURnot, 3fAncsr 11. By O'Farrell and Son, at 1, Lind at East Getlong. By J.(i. Carr, at 1, (houses and LandAt New Town. FRinar. MARcti 12. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Brick Cottvges. Fly O'Farrel & S n, at 1, D iry c+attl~ SaTUnr.y, M?IRCtt 13. Bly G' arrell ant Son, at 12, horsa st.ock, the propertr of Capt. Synno:l. MoanAy,, ?1MACI 15. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Furnilurs. 'F'UFsnar, Maacn 16. By J. G. Carr. a, 1, Town L?ad. ri

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GEELONG RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

GrZLO'C RACZ St:7t.-S.-A r.eeti?n of the: patrons of tle Turf W.ts herll es:ern!. erenIg, at Leie' !!ctol, Yirru-.reet. for t:e purpi-e cf criertfininrg applieation» fLr ki?ths, at the eeninng race', and re?ortiam Fuon the state of tile f!,:.s ic. MIr Ki:i.I' was Eal.ii to the cli.i-r, whe i wrr. proipre. I - M3r Jgn:ei Au':in, and rec.ndird hr Mr C:lre, Tihat the ~aum of 5 lsoa!d Le demande.l !y the g'e-k-e, e- fronm il eqiletrian., rarriages, anil carti oenering tl. [ace Cour e -gt . n en e,!li I of the rcee - rwhicl was rerriMe. The flloiowing zpplicetians for booths were al-o i.pord of, Fniijt to the approMlti n oof the lte'naitt nimait?ratis lrs Beck. (steoxrds k-ott.) ,'emrs Sot, Alfur and iPeer, at . ;m of £E!5 eaeh. The am-.cn of fndls in the hn:idis of tie S. ret;arr, mid that whichi i in a mtnner gpnar.v:tee-l, will realize aboit £450, eo t at tt e u ly rrqlnl:ite vl.iAh awaits tomake the prilent nieeting a go)l uoe, is a fEir sprinklit?n of rwell tr6i::el h,,r i, a;ich we...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Thursday, 19th Feb. 1852. CUSTOMS' DUTIES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

LEGLLATIVE COUNCIL OF VAN DIEHiEN'S L.ASD. Thuroly,. 19th Fob. 1852. icSTo2S' DCTrES BILL. After ramo di cumion as to the point of order invºlre~l in takintg the !! to the third reuaing ufter the tl-eraths of the claum-e, the Attor neyr.G(nerad moved the euspetnion of Standing ti! r No. 73, c-c as to artrd time for the riders to ih ensc,.rse.i. Mr. Nutt oplpote the suspernson of the Stand inor Order, tis ubject was to cvoid hbsst legic lrtiom, ailn he remanrkel to the eltlct that the Bill was pree,?d elith inde.ent haste. The Cotlanial Treasuorer spoke as to the necer city of pas.ing the Bill as soon as posibdle, more partisctlarly as he eculd etate for the information of the iaJise that duties h?vl ben paid to the ·tsount of 18001. in one day, while on the cor. reopnndingday lhst, yeeronly 1841. woe received. Th:i, he maid, woel1 chow the absolute nueecsitr of not hieing one hour. Mr. Greg;son moved as an amendment that the further eonsideration of the Bill shoulld be pottponel unt...

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CHRIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

CU?rst Ctarcti -The PTer. Mr C.oiihs, in. cumihent of this Chtnrch, reomn?uneli his dhot el on Sundar morning last, bafir an abe:ilceofsrtme month-. The Pr. 'dr Drummondi, who Ias offliited for the above rient:eman daring his uabenre, preachcli both in the morninhg aln evening. and without wishing to cet a .lsiow of disporagemert on our preent worthy Ioec or, it would be highly dleirable if the arvircs of M )rDrnmmnondl n!d bea retained, no as to ptrticipate in the do:ies. SLouit hit destinv, however, be otherise., and his irunbl: ra!o.:t be required bythe B:nhop in another loriitr, he will leavr this with the unfri4sel goodl wish:e of the cngrnegatio., which his elharate and araugelial diaco?ars L:are so muci teilned to improve. Tru DAtt.-This lonalitv which is now the route of the prilneipl tresli. to and frot GCelong is to be lighted with a colll,! of lampe, at lorit, eurh is the remonnrmelat'on of the Cunoinittee of Public Workta to ote mistlici tal cororor.i.nm of Gee!onlg; ani...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

PORT FAIRY. ELtcroArt 3trtsris.--On Thurdcyv erening ,?ut, a public meeting was held at the Ltrge room -f the Stag Inn, to nnstider the best eaunra to be pursne.l to prouere the serrices of a fit and pr?per person to represent the towns of Belfast and Warnambootl in the room of T. IL Osorne, resigned. Although it was late in the day when the meeting was thhoughe of the roo?n was crowded, principally br electors. Iloraee Flower, Ecq, was oiled to the chair, when the resolu tione were carriel nnsaimmlosl. An amendment on the fi-rt resonition was proposed for fear Mr. A HI Knight woulad not iontent to come forward and wao withdrawn upon the mover of the ori gizal reesdotion statiltg that he had rery strang rtmoitt to believe thet Mir Knight enll naccede to the wishes of the eleeCtorn Shotid he, how eer, deoline, but ahich we sincerely trust he will tno, Mr. Finn wiii be requestel to come fwardl. alnd there itin slmont certainty tlhat the whole body of the BoIf.at electors wtl sup port ...

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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, MARCH 6. BEFORE James Gordon M'Millan, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

POLICE OFFICE. SirrnntT, alncn 6. llErno' James Golo,, SPiStlln,. Ecq., J.P. The only hniness transnated at this ollie was the fining of E:ldnni Sampson 20o. for drmkaen ness. "rhis amount of fi:e was i:tfieted in ron seqnercet of the man forfeiting his bail for sptearance htfore the magistrate. Metoniar. 8t5 arch, 1852. Before hi Woronhip the rayor, Captain Addis, and James Ford Str?h:an. Esq. ret?tn? L?Nc?ng.A. James Grant was haroed li rSergeant M?c ,gire, of the pilice faore, with making ..e of d-ealful imprecations in R.rie-street, on Stoar day afternoon. The m-n Ideoleal drankenness as an eceuae for his d ,nduct, and was fined 40s, or 14 days' im priso:nment. Witliam Slathers, was also charged with the like aoffence, in making use of obsrene and profane langage in the street, to Mr. Atkins of Mack's Hatel. Sergeant M3acgtire statedý fint he heard the prisoner xcl!aiming in •homiinable Ing?uage that he would rip Ir. Attzins up, at the srant time ihliinga large knife in his hand...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPE. NEWS TO THE 29TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852

FliitPE `..w3 To T:IE _JT:I ýfOrL'foi! Ntwsu:; to r~t .ttat1 ' hate I ln ie d at 1 i'll ih 1'Le ilcn -avaawi.·a t ,,rý,~~ hs'! iirized v jlrclattnn , ' r l trl"·:~ ` 1a Ki. fHa) nledr !t a ocered 0JseynllicB of tr eat, iliit departure of Kossuti1 fro'u of Blritaill, was mtnrked by e I Fotlt!n;ld hssh .intin e iuc attened 1;s lading- there. a ars e lll! eio ta tIcri aicu to altfl b him ( tIGo volit9e t,! tile nthe iaeci 1l i. eateen.; witceh wCtr li lad exII ESd ihid whicih his virtu sI ad talaait have ts tile mintls of th;e E -,ilil n-11io0 Ipirleli'l teamollipo elontil ,tl tie P01 aRd Oriental Stesur tatlaoa Ga his dlsjotsal to convoy yiootuth f .y tptlton to Corwes. All ti.t e ,:. Dickea were drc'd %»ith Ila_ 'I""', *z I olours predomiinntin-, tl;ea cnno'n f t. -mpton batterv thundered furth a nti"", of twenty-ono gns, signiticant of their ' nition of Hungari?a nnt:onai Ot .i leartv anl enthiusi.istc c:eering th, ii-.'. Koouith stepped from the EIglish soi;l hark for tih United St...

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