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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

: '' :r Lieutenant-Governor was in S . :-~t cf his trouble, in November -z - c';e.r last, we told him that if A : c d s:r his courage up to act S:- , ciciently, and promptly, and S -: counsels the representatives S : r e !rp, instead of standing stiffly S: . ' fomnalitie of an antiquated -C-.:..:;iv, hi would thereby command r :- rnbticn of his Ioyal mistress .: Lr dvisers, and the applause of the i.. ':.t Iespatch of FarlGrey, on the ,: f the gold discoveries, clearly i :: how the course of policy recom - 1 us would hare been apprc S : - ,: it :s precisely in proportion , , ilness and frPeness of Sir : itz.: .. ; iRoy's meassrs, that Earl •' . . pre?e i:is sa tiEfacetiiO . .. :.:Oii:r colinn e qote the state S...i :parctly upon auchority) of ._': -1; y .:aLd. t arppears that . o te sliglhtest d6pos'ition on of. . tLe home government to as S- 'prero.-ativc, uf the crown, or, ., ,' inteC-rere in -nyv . His . i.. upon the local govern S.. ,tilu. t cie bet In.ew.urr that '..." " . ..:t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

CHIINA. Fnos3 files of Hongkong and Shangbae journals to the IOth October, we take the followin extr?ets, which, although not of later date than those included in our recent summa-y, are of some interest. . The North China Herald, September 10th, contradicts the anticipated massacre at Ningpo of the Europeans, or that they were prohibited dealing with the Chinese, but the Friend of China still had lengthy papers in reference to some placards which had been widely posted and cir culated at Shanghac, in which total ex termination was threatened to the " hate ful barbarians." The writer remarks, that on the part of the English there has evidently been a want of rememthrance of Sir Ivenry Pottiuger's advice to residents in China, to stuty well the complexion of the times. Lord Palmerston, we ol serve, infoirms honourable members that since the preeant E;rIperer (Yi-Chu) came to the throne, there has been a re retion in the Chinese policy against car rying ,n int?rc)urse with Europeans, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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EARL GREY'S DESPATCH ON THE GOLD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

EARL GREY'S DESPATCH ON THE GOLD QUESTION. (From the Sydney IHera!L.) Mcsit anxiety has been felt lately as to the intention of the Home Government with respect to the gold discoveries in Australia. Mysterious paragraphs in London papers about cabinet councils to devise means for restricting the gold dig gers, lists of regiments said to be under orders for this colony, and the general and natural fear which colonists have of Downing-street regulations, led many persons to believe that some high prero gative doctrines about royalties would be laid down, and attempts be made to en force them. Had this been done, the most serious difficulties and confusion would undoubtedly have ensued. We are glad to be able to dispel all the fears which hare been excited, and to announce that the Home Goveunment intend-to do nothing. A despatch (the first on the subject) was yesterday received by the Governor General from Earl Grey, acknowledging the receipt of His Excellency's des patches announcing...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

3ELBOiURE. Lac: Bo:uns.-1 meeting of LIceensed ie tuallers was held on 3lo:day, at the Ball and Month Hotel, fr the purpose of arranging with the Stewanri of the ensuing Paces for the erec tion of booths, &o. It was decided that there should be eleren booths, including the Grand Tae ?-coar.-The Gold ercrt arrived at the Government Oic., at two o'clock rest?e.av. It brought 12,055 ounces from Mloont Alexn der, anl 129 ounces from Bal?rat, making a total of 12,I1I ounees.-Argos. BBrta AND A EWA ea.-Whil the bakers of the city have unwisely, and as we think most anne cessarily, raised the price of bread to Is 2d the forr pound loaf, the water-carriers have, on the other han, taken " a step in the right direction," by lowering the price of water from 3s to 2s 6.1 the load. There are, however, some of the bakers who sell at a shil ling the loaf, and some of the water-earriera, who still hold out for their old price. We hare no doubt that adishriminatino public will tender support...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

SYDNEY. A VALUABLe ACQcts:Trox.-Amongst the re cent impro"tations frna Calif~rnia, who harv latterly found their way to the Turon, there are, as will he gathered fr..- :ha folowinge recital, a few, whose San Francise?n morality will do little towards promoting the cnse of law and order at c.r ding:ngs. Sime time in the earlr part of last week a rrectab!e resident of Bathurst hap paled rather nnexpectellr to be thrown into the company of some half-dozen thorough-paceu Californians, just landed, and en route to thi Thron. ::apening to take the bho seat along side the driv-r, ~eiide whom, our informant was the only Aontralin on the coach, he was saiuted as an object of the groasest and most un prorled personal rnse. The pretext n-on which the attacki was rr- made was, that one of t;hm hal pre-arranCel! for the boxrsear, and he dll not see that he should be deprived of his rights by a man whom he suppos?i to have been a convict, or waa the son of one. Ventnring to ay- a "ew words in thi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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AUSTRALIA AND TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

AUSTRALIA AND RItANSPOR TATION. (From the 'Times,' Nov. 19.) THE latest accounts from Australia prove that the anticipations entertained as to the productions of the gold fields of New South Wales are in no respect exaggerated. To describe the state of things existing in the colony would be to tell over again thie tale of Califrneia, with which oar readers are alreadr so) familiar. The life of a miner at the Ophir digings or the Tircn mountains has but little to distineish it from the same pursuit on the banks of the Sacra mento or the wild recesses of the Si erra Nevada. There is the same heavy toil, the same discomfort, the same exposure to cold and heat, the same strange lot tery of blanks and prizes. The dif ferences, such as they are, seem in favour of our own colony. Instead of the ferocious Indians of California, the aboriginal race which vet stalks over the elevated table land lying between Ba thurst and the vast interior, ofiers the spectacle of savage man cowed and over aw...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. Moore, Glenelg, Feb. 25th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

To the Editor of Mh Gedong Abe-tiser end Intelligencer. Mooree, G!en!g, Feb. 25th, 1852. Smn,-Allow mo to ofter con the particulars of the fol!owin,; cireamstance*, which, if you should think worthy of insertina, would be more than worth the spaee it won!ld occupy in .our paper, and which Imay justly head as tAn extraordi tnary care." On the 27th, as a black gin was Iookin_ for come wood to make a fire at her canrp. she fjan,. a log which she eeemed to think would ve-eier her purp-e, and was about to raiseit up, h a large snakhe (on the held of which she htd placed her haqnd) twi tea round her wriea, and bit her on te Lac.. of the hand. She icmediately shook it otf and returned to the camp, when her cooler bandia?ed the who'o arm from the wrist upwonfs a-; tight as po-sible, after aetivelr extrartinsr two of the fans (the panetnrue made bh wh:ch I myself saw,) and applying a salve, the secret of which we cou!d not indnee him to divulge. The gin fell sick for an hoar or so afterwards...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

~1.itt~ol gi rtN'it.,ntcc. GrEI.ONo'-. ARRIVED. tarceh 12.--3o cheto, schooner, 35 tons, H. FI?tehinson, master, from lbbirt Town; no I.ae';geraG.G. Basrd, agent. CLAEcED OUT. liarch 12.-lpotlo, cutter, 44 tons, C. Har ritow. master, for Ilobart Town; no passen icrn. Ci.rer and Dalton, agents. March 12.--Gzelle, schooner, 25 tons, C. Tsaner, master, for Mehlourne, in ballast. ZIPORTS. Per MeTochito : 3 emapte keg., 5 buckets, I ease, Llone; I cask, Si kegs, Order ; 40 boxos, 5 tons notatoee, carroteela enrants, 10 dozen i:w'AtS, 114 ag potatoCs, 20 eases wine, 10 rests t ,bs, 29 bags flour, 31 pockets hops, Boord. Per .'Le!!oo: Part of original cargo, from Ho bart Town : 20 boxes swrnp, I caos salmen, 45 eases pickles, 6 cases wine,'23 cases oilman's stores, 2 tins preserved meat. 3 Logsherds ditto, 10 pckages fiurniture, 2 cases salmon, 9 dozen blckets, 41 eases brandy, Order.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

SYDNEi. As.r.m F.--iAe 31errli!, clihooner, from P Art Albert. Wood!ark, whaling bhnrque, from the Soutih Sas. Terror, schooner, fromn Aatam. Jane, what'n- bart-e, from the Saoth Seas. S Gan-?e, b.-rque, froa sMaails. CLIAEcD LT -Vs?nr uisb, snheooer, forMel Stlrne. Julia Prrr, bri;, for the Socth Seas. WatcrlilT, schooner, for Hotbrt Town. imeira, ship, for LUndon. Duke of Roxbq-~ah, larune, f.r Pert Coarer Tvil SNeTc.tle. SAntiiore, barnrq, !"r 3LAa-. Daule of WdgIlston, for lel SAILED.--i;Vteriiir, fcr Hoart Towm. Van q;.h, sclooear, fr .fMeiurnnr . SOn Turpdaiv ritgt, Noramnler 13, two beoa . t:frl pulile stueaers, Lich were contracted fur by M~ ssr Ci-rd and Co., of Gretenoo, for the i .nter River St-iam N)-riaition Companr, Srd L:7, New Senth Wale., left this port for tleir ; st5inat-oa in the nao world. Teo largest, S:-aed the Yrra Tarrm , is 165 feet keeland Lr rate, 24 feat beam, ansi 14 feet hold, bhiing I ; ;op odeck 3 feet high. She is propelied by two -::le lever en~gi'...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

MELBOURLX. AnRIreD. Shamroe:, stosmr, from Sydney. Passen gemrs-Mr and Mrs Hope, Mr and Mrs Cross, Mr and !rs 3m Lean, Mrs 3I'Leod, Mrs J. Lerien, Mrs Simeon, Messrs Lamb, Wilson, Davis. Wood, Ward, Webb, Gatehouee, htArthnr, 3Me redith, leibson, Steerens Cro~ohie, Cetts, Wil con, Perrigalli, Solomon, Henderson, Feez, Pe per, White, Douglass, Alexander, Rees, Captan B!, and 100 in the steerage. CLEARED OLT. Vixen, schooner, for Launceston. Passen gers-27 in the steerage. Laurel, schooner, for Adelaide. Passengers 3fessrs Beer and Woolridge, and 37 in the steer age. In ballast. Taurr. schooner, fir Hobart Town. Passen gersa- r and Mrs Reynolds, and II in the steer alTe. Ellen and MIarr, sciooner, for Circular Head. Passengera-Ca?ptaia Ewanrds, 3lises Percy and Ske Ts, Messrs Stevens, Lane, Brown, uffin, and Lorreqner. Zetland, for Newcastle. FROJECTED rLPaTrLaR:S. Shamrock, for Launceston, to-day. Thomas Hughes, for London, to-day Nelson, for London, in a few Jays Tanuard, for Londo,...

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. BEFORE Captain Addis and Wm. Timms, Esq. FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Farnar. BErORn Captain Addis and Win. Timms, Esq. FELONT. William Jones, alias Deverenu, was charged under the following eircamstances: Mlrs. An Thriompson, wife of William Thomp son, generl dealer, 3lalop-street, being sworn, stated tlhat, on Thirsdlay nfternoomn, the prisoner at the bar was t her premises. She had occasion to step in to the iont door, when she heard her shop door cloned She we:,toutside, and s:w the prisoner walking down the street with a large bunr.,l!e under his arm. She .olled after h m two or three tines, bat he eontitn.:d down the stret, when she or?rt.ok Dvrerenot and took 13 new bridles and bit from under lhi arm. This pro porty did not belong to her hnshand, it w.s in his c:,stadr, h?:,virg been left at their shop fur sale, by a nerson of the name of James Egan. The vslc~ of the prol'erty was anont £5. The prisoner was aniprehended by Sergeant Grant, at the Scottish Chiefs hotel. The priasnrr in his defence stated, that when following his tr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

GEELONG. Tns DA.--Wo again draw the attention of the police to this most dangerous spot; scarcely a night passes Lit some outrage or another is perpetrated on people jssin"g to and from Ashby. On Thorslar night, .h:treen e:ght and nine o'clock, as a man who had just come from 3[elbourne by the steamer was making his way towards Ashby. he was wamr id by two rtdians, one clasping him rounnd the throat ard half Etrranling him, whilst th other rifled his pI:its. ' The vilians as a matter of corse es elped, withount even brino pursurl. brrn?a VEsrTA.-This rveael on her arrival in Fort yestelara afterncon was detained for op wats of 40 mionutes about a cable's length fror thejetry. Thecetention wa.4, on sc-onnt of on of the passengers being robbed whilst on board, of a gold watch, and a five pound note. Serjenrt 3PCuinn and to other constables were dis patehed on board, to apprehend the thief, but aftersearching several individuals no cine was fo?ad, either as to the stolen property or th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

i' , OTTh e A . ship T. hD FROM3 GEELONG. n " .tEration in Time. a d after 3!eodaV next, th. 23rd \C i a . e r ' a,t ," steamer, i 'rst Cole's t, harf every Monday, - ill ta . ed Friday morning, at ni: e 'i ?":.'? the Wharf, Geelong, every ,, la.,rsday and Saturday morn • at nine o c lockh a I.hi vessel will not tow on her W( AD ro X as COLE, I "0 Wharf. 4 AP-I'AS\A. STEAMER. - p ly'ardehen e!bosurne and Gee . tF_? e teaimer leaves the Geelong Salrfr UIelborne every Mon W, fdesday, and Friday morninls, tgo'ocloc precisely, returning every serate day B. I Hurrox & Co., Geelong agents. Ira-steet, J1_n. 852. FOR ADELAIDE. S r'HE Findefat Failin, Brigan t?I fine" VELOCITY'' 13S tons eitter, I illiam Sinclair, master, :litl for the above port on Monday i 51te 15 h instant. ia suFer:or accwmmodationasfor cabin Sr:,terpe passengers. For Irerght or passage, Apply to Ronr. Ro~csoMe & Co. - RI LONDO'N. To lad in Ahbson's Bay. t- iE Splendid A I ship ADMIRAL 71L tins register, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 March 1852

r:ST ot'! NE-T., AND NOW ON SULE - Pric' rs:d Co.'s golden oil Dr. Fr.: ap!n's potnatun T5).?~-r,i.-x n;? ' 's caster ol pomade Price ..l Co(.'s hear'sgrease D:. c'ireassisu cream on. cold crewTo Rwrl:end's :cassar oil -Suc'es and Jones's biochrine-the life oftnhe hair D!eroix'n mnel ne for the hair Price antd Co.'s vegetable hair oil klcrs'ix s !?andoline Pice ,sd Co,.'s Persian rose soap Do. p??ent almond soap Do. f'shionhle 'abh!ts rivhes and Joness city saos Price and Co.'s real brown Windsor Do. rypophagon or ne plus ultra sharing soap Prince Albert's ambrosial shaving cream. Elhihitian srar.s Delcroix's vegetable extract St air dve S aT,ender waters Ean de Cologne Perfurmes of the most exquisite fragrance Pric; =nd Co.-' tooth powder Brshiware and combs of every descrip tion al' avs on hand Cutlery of *':err sort, At the Temple of Fashion. F. Furaxcte (nri.-s-re'at. (Geelonr. Coerr.; Cold., mAsti , IIoersenrss, ',oriness cf Brcat, and all Pul moniar.! an iBronchial a?fetions a...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

HOsART TOW. ARBETED--eiboura., brig, from 3Wlbourne, Go a-Head, Echooncr, from Vietcria. Triton, brig, from Prtland' Bay. Jane, banrqe, from Mellrornee.Anre, brig, fric inritius. SrILE--Lady Enmma, for the South Sea lan"-J . Victori. bnrqne, for San Francisco. Pride, rig, for Sa Francisco. Fliing Sqairrel, sclhoaaer, for Port Aert. ornd schooner for Melboarne. Enma brig-, fr Sydney. Itair, Americnc irhaing barnue, for the Sauth Seas. The Enemntncs.-A new schoonr, built by 3rr Ross, for "Messrs Max3-ell nnd Smith, was himehed on ThurmI ay morning last, at his yards Battery Poiet. The annunncement of the launch as made for the preious day, and a conider-ble coscanrsa, comprising mnuýy ladies, were in attend-acei, but 'Cere doomed to disap pintment, as th tide cide id not serve. Erly o tha mTening is question, the Lanch took plae, with masts an sills complete. The Eacalyptus one of the Sfnet secinens of nanal architctetre which has Lzen turned off the stocks in Tas na.i.-,ii of 200 ton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

FOR MELB3OUPRIE OR HOB SON'S BA Y, .1J H E Clipper Schooner | a LADY ROBILLIARD, ? = For freig'.t, apply to the Captain on board. AT POINT HENRY. Loading for London, S''ll Fine F st-sailing A S barque COMMODORE, -M'? 4S9 tons tegister,Janes Broad Ifoot, commander. To passengers, this vessAi presents a desirable opportunity for proceeding to England, her accommodations and vic tualling ensuring every comfort, and to shippers of 1\ out or Goid, as her loading is half completed, she ote as means for speedy transmission. for freight or passaoe, a ply to SACKSON, RAE & Co., Geelong and Melbourne. 13th March, IS52. THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. Under the sole management af Mir. Deering. First appearance of MRS. HYDES, Late of the Princes Theatre, London. Engagement of MR. HYDES, The talented light and eccentric Comedian, and especial Sydney Favourite. TErS EVENING, 15m MA3RCIf, The Performances will conmmence with a petite Comedy, entitled PEGGY GREEN. Mr Thomas Tippins (a golden cilf),...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

'Ta? accounts from the diggings of the moral e-nl:et of tLe population hare biceoin more f-votral;le during the last few wepe.s We r-get to find, however, that tUere !'is Lean a pr;p,;rcioate in cr-1sSe .f cri:te among the town popula ti;.a izhin Lhe sa2me pr-riod. Quietly ,'i.,.-eca pci-ile havi bien greadaaily be e,:l.n _ nIarnia l, ?:li ri'?')ns lih ving occa zcl - -o , wt -fri. rpi0h.:.;, were he cru-i:., cf?ri.-sce r.if th u'ccssity of le iinl-' ;pare.! :r s :rri.e; ,lif-t:,e i''t ''a o'f Fec- c d: ' Lo-ve's -e re keeping the:!e!Les in rC.,,lin-c.1 s for tuidfeight :.:;,-:.:, w -:en tile fri-!grful tr.aeJy of i"':r.;:;. ':: ar o itr ter in tle .ubhic trect --i.-,;,::;I pblie 'telina to a clinmlx, ;.nl;i [[ ;~· in'r7 o:le to in't re of his ne:gh . , a' I' :t i lt 1: '3 " -I ..:' is a ?;.ral i .; on in. fa I r .l .Pi :'lation ci vroluntrcrc fit.-n tie' r,;« . r .ws--, m'l -'very I;: .1 pul- li, ,.,;,,- ,*,, ![ h.e g, " u ' by "eqO UitiO ton t, ::-r- fr t' 'or'nniz'ti of ne.?e .' ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUC1TIO MlosnAY, MARCH 15. By J. B. flNtton & Co. at 12, Sheepskins, Tallow and Wool. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Furniture. By Carver and Dalton at 12, House and Land in Corio-street. TuEsnDA, lMARC 16. By J. G. Carr, at 11 apples, cordials, &c. tt 1,Town Land. By Carver & Dalton, at 10, Boots and other Merchan:ise. SATURDAY, MARCH O. By J. G. Carr, a 11, Bookseller's Stock in-trade end fixtures. By O'Farrell & 'on, at 12, Horse stock FnsItD, IMnct 26. By O'Parrell & Son, at Misses Drysdale & Netr omh's station, at I, 1Horses. _____ _____

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GENERAL REGULATIONS. (Postmasters to reports irregularties.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

'ikiNRAL REGELhTIOV.J L Pa. I (Pena ltTir ! L i m urt nt u t (I ons"tii'o : .; Il ? c nt? n rf t'er-in, conrelted with tIr - n ll i nep rt r n Pispaiulary i.r?cer d a the ";II n tio^ i ' "*u" X ll of th- Act for 1 ilfl ? ? ot m py wat a.ny art u-, the aid Acit i r utie tj p l.n u to t LtSm,; it ? o.: ll. lz' : "lie rty o lf i ith." e f hj llhom it i1 P1:1* I .'DI ,l '"' an" i" uh fr bi '' c lan, I U of timre Act t fur iltul fJ.Tgm n dC Y Jalp-t aid seit ior sie j te,- *Ir,' t dl'"l"diotrn Loter Can-leni n, s no pre (Li-t. t r lr, ?i o r loit r I arll tt oe LI(I.u*rl o+ onr AmtcK1e b collie, mCl Ilierlya, I rt' n e t: C it i. a' "ill , |nr letters n lhine IM"2 .,,wrlr irO up, eo el Itneoa nrii er, lIull 0Xth". 2atti!7n , b,:fntror. l tot.) ti 'UI~r'.r+' 4t-l i l tn l 1 i .hld boon torE Ii 0l1,4t I n I. I.nn ti t?~l, . - r or ii p hn Olly direlr to b !t Q:n ' iiry iEi0t1 1 anlyp , d t ntto .llmper ot l ii ·w cq ~iII bI uilorle d n 0$ ,ir "lit It rit a: -. pr o r ?tar wweo'rt i t ohr n...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 March 1852

(U:~ILO\( GOTLD ([flCUIL: R 'FL.:~ t~rriL:I it t~w'~iiu: si~l~l I rlnr. ~ rin c~vc- Ft~ rc'"a ii~il~ in tal~ : I I!r~ 'i~crv cn;oti~;nb r In Ey~r~cvJ tije Erngjn! I b~nr' ~·n: n:~! r tlv'jr iii~trII't:6flt in·rvl Ti" ti .J 1i'T tlir' account, dio cff:" ot of uC! arircmnfcnt coufd easily hav-e been furricid, the merchant is driven from the ficld, and the banks, through their agents, can buy at any price they choose, to name; the have a complete touopoly of the business. The news front the dI!lerent dignics are still favourible. The last escort from Mlount Alexander bringing down four times as munch as the entire quantity from the Sydney side diggings (as shown per escort.) .But while we may conaratulate our selres on the richness of our mines, there is a fearful drawoback in the lot of lawless characters infesting the towns, rith the small number of palice, totally inade juata to the protection of life and property. It nust be highly gratirying to the colonust to perceire thle libeal...

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