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MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

1rET.rticr,":;CF GOLD cIRrUr.LAR. (Fri , ur o rn C:rres orander.) -':diet 1 sminc creeks =inea the ; ~hicl 113! changed handsl imrnc =',,efjr3 and lter (iriiftilts has consider+llv Ic.~ than thiree Whern ligrher prices ruIed. I a opiion that fn' rConId he rifice at mwrr priie;, and would not be ini r-( drancod from till inolieed to hold back or ship to thle tmi' bouriug markets: One purchaser t Pae he knew where he could buy half-tdn oould. he gwve 60s., to which pice I think in a few weeks it "ill ret d, it may at present be quoted at 5T"td. 100 ozs. were on Saturday bought at P5.s. Gd. and 58s. has been given to mY. klow) ledge but 57s. and 57s. G6. is thege4eral price. Many of the first purchasers ihring withdrawn from the market and nne ones continually springing in different? parts of the town: it is diflicalt to coll ct in formatian or to form an accurate idea of ,the quantity sold, but there is 'ry de cided falling off in quantity w? hjthose who have been in the market froi t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

IMPORTANT TO SiETTLERS, STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS HIE undersigned invites the public, particularly the ahove, to the in spection of a newly invented and petfecl IThnd, FA,'r a;:d 'or;,; Mill. The principle being quite novel, a patent has been recently secured by the inven t'rs in England. The advantages 'ver all other Iland Mills consist in the fol lowing, viz., one bushel f wheat ca' with ease be Clounlld by one manrt in from 20 to 30 minutes. Its extreme simplicity renders it not likely to go out of repair. Corn of any description can 'e ground by it, the portable nature of it, and the small space required for its er. c ion. To Grocern and Storekeepers this is a most desirable machine. being adapted for coffee. rice, &c. as well as corn. All the advantages of this little machine will be evident to any ore inspecting it-it can be seen in operation at my s!ore. Invoices of general hardware. &c., &c, c?nstantly on hand of consignments direct from the makers, and i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

f o the Editorof the Gedeong ddrertiser. SSmr,--In common with many others, w anfleaot d with the cre Stimes more so. e Were the loss of our crops to follor from the actual scarcity of labour, from blight, the caterpillar, the inclemency of t the weather, fire, as last year, or any - other providential visitation, though the iconsequences might be' thed same, yet 4 there would be this consideration to sus thin us under the calamity, viz. that it did not occur from our own wilful neg leet, or :carelessness, but in the dispens tions of an allwise merciful, and over , ruling Providence. r- I am not preparel' with any infallible remedy, or to say what should be done, to prevent the evil which certainly threatens, but I may be allowed, merely as a su~gestion; to say, let those who are a rich, come generously forward in the cause of humanity, and by'their means, and their example encourage others to t take a part in the good work of gather ing in the precious fruits, which are in Y immine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

WOOL. lE" undersigned wi 1 purchase or mat- e cashI advancCS on wool of the suing clip. TVILA.M i RooPE. SBR.--IWool stored, classed, p:cked, ,a sipped on moder:te ti:ms. 152 ..WOOL. itE Unde:signe:l ill purcha e cr advance oni woon1 STI?AcIIA & Co. W-OOL. IllE Undersigned will purchase or advance onW0OOL. T2 TuIIO rr, SePAsiEs, S ; Co. TOOL. HF. undersigned is a purchaser. ALFRaED DouGLAsS, Wool Broker. col Mart, Geelone. WOOL. HE undersigned will advance on wool,:of the present seaoon's clip. JACKSON, RAE ,& Co, Geelong and Melbourne. no, Nov 4, 1~51. 313ai OLD, WOOL ANYD TALLOW. tiE undersigned will purchase, or make advances on colo;ll produce, .ned to their fr;- ' Lonllon famburgh. Wr - W0o., 7 urne N1 . OOL, &C.- ", .s-qned is a purchaser of arashl . soul and Sheepskins, in any entities. ALFXANDER SAYERS, Mlarrabool Street gust 7th. 1851. 1819 POT FOR WOOL, SKINS, ANDI TALLOW. 'HE Stores of Mess's. Dunsford and Co, Yarra-street, are open for the ption o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

cerin OUT. )rrrr.;iier ;.O -'!a nar a h.ýoncr, n tons, . ivIia·mr-o' m'ister, for a'unciestoi. No Dnamiwer o.-V ictor t Packet;, for Launces .fo:1.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

IOA .. TA ,tOWN DIRECT, Olt copm t on bor; ocr, 1: ti fine as t o ail'ng c ipper brig " r AZ i1. ' -n kI m t IillE t ronickder. Tints rHaeldid f: trw -in .under e, -, mnt o return drct it tot?i art olers a fl`,at ne opporiutuity to tarli1s de-siring I:o .r lrith ,? -rs l ti r in Iborscs, drays, tc., for "ie t.e:? , at he Va-,, Dinmen'. Lard rucof 1.rica. :r . commot da',one a-re- r ?" rerfiO r. For ire tglt or crre anpply o Captaon ,Krsv on bard"; or, to Mr ; iaz O'ltoR ap O drcct. -" The fie A At b1tsque VCUAll. rclanscl nt Llond's for . burln, WIL.IT G IimOD, r."Y r tlh reater portion of her cao being e 1 "rdnis"-.i-nilmeet nith quick detintcnl. HWa o r rrnmodtion for cabin nase.Cme Applyl to ' prAptnIr. Hoss & Co. Oeelong and SIelboitue.I S O-- LND , to a at Point Ilenr. tne line A 1 ianrl e E "CIIANTER, 4hi S,- WILLIA3I DUTtItE, eommaitrcr- Ths splendid Tol tde her aCtwanrd pasnoag from Cnrar??,d to in Pillip In eiehty-nioe days. Fnorei;i t.or at (Iarini soperoor cabin o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

OIrl'r-;7tnDiNT, lccnTc%-P.-% it i. ilp iiii n o r il p I'nr·irifl.r of tli .n~EinVTISEU AND ITrEr.I.t FXC:.-l'. t disp e r.' its rthlsenrriceps Co'»etnr in .]·tlr.., I:::rlt- in'.l'ted u:e rteqr2 'Ad tIn call at ihe Wie. and mrae e.tlelrt of ath!dir nrount Tho3 ýaI-?.t L:',eb 1are b.en rtanllin rn unreasrn.ble ti: il b,. nconrIl in a slmlrvn M~nter. -TNo). B>ANK OF AX STR I:AIA. k -The, Il:# rrill Tý Cliýý o Ton7lrsitr as l,.; y, I.le t ?lAt 2?.1 J.lnl?? ?et, fr Ih LL:f F,=Iy Ra:x.-cof %O-. 1* CL- 1P.1 - PETYOX WV.M CL.rE'P., Actin, >Uun3ar. TIULRSDiAY, JAYUARY 1. TS.2. APHRASIA. STEAMER. FPlying between Melbourne and Gee long. T HE abovee steaner leaves the Geelong lA harf fa Melbourne every Mon d ay, Wednesda , std Friday morningii, at 9 o'cc,ck precisely, returning every alternate day. J. B. HIrrox & Co., G: elong agents. Yarra-street, Jan. 1, 1852. I MOG BBS, 1Horse and Cattle S Doctor. Castrator, &c., who has had upwards of twenty years experience in t"e ...

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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 January 1852

:nart: D e-emrn ter =-4 -W citTeN Lsrne, Gunton, astter, from:s Tires-ten. Pssssger, J5r 1. Ilioton. Qrirains hrig, Clarke, master, frms Tes.adssi. rina Aeltaile. I'asensssere. Mrs Clsrkicusiditild. 1).c. 25- ictorv,fross I~olart Town_ tosr Or rci.-3lsiJs wiil lose at this Offico as foilows : Nortl:mbasrlansT, for London, 2:itlh .tusary. mbal GEELOYNG. Trillssst, for Loudona, 1st snnssrf. $:sncjesman, for London, ithtb Jznsurr. rrgblrcrrb snrs'Rrmass. Ilirnal:.n, far In nn, aibost Ist .Tnnnssv Sarahb Arrne. for LIndson, earls is Jonuars t ain, for .UdeluaiI.ý, ssilti despatcl Ti.1c:str. for Snug spor , l1ittis Cr~o!r. for hlobart Toswn

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Melbourne, 30th October, 1851 [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

GO IrERIJ.IEIT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Otle, MlXbour.e, ,2'h October, 15t1. Regulations wi[ regardn to the appolnlment, ~e., of Clerks in the sorrij of the Colonial Government. IIS Excellency the Lieutenant Goernor has been plased to direct that the following reulations be obherred ithl reopect to the oppaintomtent, p-omotioo, remlunermatiot at geertaI duties of Clerhe attached to dhe diffeent departments of the Goremratument of tois Colony. Aeroappstxar. ?o perton 'who has not previously been in the service of the Goremment, and by that mnear.ns proed himselt colmpetent, is lo be ptaced un.ou theperasl:e;it I-tablish ment of antn Ofel, tntil hbe hasbeen eonlined bya Board, to be appointed by His Ecellenecy the Lleutenant-Go venior, and reported opoen as fitted for public emplor ment The prinmelpal points to bhe ascertained by this exami natin on a, that the applicant writes a clear legible hand nith factlity and quoltnros; that lie is FPer;eert in all rules of arithmneic nece...

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THE DUKE OF ARGYLL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

Tns DUKE OP ARGYLL.-Among the yonng noblemen of the present day who are likely to maintain the credit of their order, I do not know one who has produced so.good- an impression among men of all parties as the Duke of ArgylL He is about 28, but looks considerably vounger. He has been several years in the House of Peers, but it was not till last session that he began to be much talked about, although great expectations had long been formed regarding him by his friends. His speech on the Ecclesi astical Titles Assumption Bill, the other week, was bold and straightforward, evincing a thorough knowledge of the great question at issue. Within the last few days, " A Letter from the Duke of Argyl to the Bishop of Oxford" has male its appearance, in which he ad ministers a 'few words of wholesome warning to the High Church party. Among the crowd of polemical pam phlets which the press has poured forth so profusely during; the last twelve months, I have seen no onein which the great Cnurch of ...

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

e ha vn?ing disposedlTof his r WL l {th C t lOT ECA tnI e I)nrd eain e n "t: h at .tIL rL-lnln t ti" ' I de e f oyVLo Co., ev ..t curiemounts die tI I'imel'or the co'npony 'pa, !)?m taa. ' IcE. . y le "- ? c "ct . vre ho i s accounta t:i nttr of th comP n or t- FRED. W. TOWLE. :rerP.L! -llinn Iheard : re I rtte dD.. .br to... . C LLt Licn hask fro 1l ur Ih e ''' t s friends that h oeerit undcl inaI o it Sp iht eo to w the th e rep ort oriiad. li S cut thTreir ommancs, from i?t ?, ut I1ocoko ,'r e + i; and tol o, ift e moedicine rlotedieinal `iao S t; e Ial ishoroslbne. EslPsth etmrn orIdidE c ( e S 0d of Sunath. st6 ana\ OL C aLlrmi aECE M0or ano l C Fl O,,: p GERS.-J"AN II. ittIEn as be, beto llnatite to s oin 3o Alender, thtt Ier can PAri P ieeirTSlt urentse preen. nr' trt et stee side c roppd SPIDE.S. taB Al perhil-to hirsns. h i. n 1t4ug T al, at t he leern tie nt oi, ooril oe. SIeountC and Bolieoret. O nthSI antl tori t he atolg r olin at the Royl, e'ti l h+ RTE h uninyo d o n\...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY, JAN. 2, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

ABSTRACTOF SALES BY AU l'ION Fninty, JN. 2, 1852. By J. B. Ifutton & Co., Unioni Steam Mills, By J. G. Carr, at II, furniture; a' 1, Land and 'ottages, 8,ATrinnY, Js.I. 3, Bv 'arver & Dalton, at 12, Paintingsand Engravings, B- J. 0. Carr, at 11, town lots; at I, honsphold furniture. By J. . iC,rr, at II, 10,C00 3ricks 1lo;%AnY, J.AN. 5. By J, G. Carr, at LI, prupcrty of Mr S. DIugguan. By Carver & Dfalton, at 11, Stock.ia trade anld nutredeemed pledges.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

ti?. ,, n"ld mi lk i?ll n ?.t it O l h ir a trL fi,lr I.,fi:e 13 " ' ,,; '"i.r. i VERTIn:-!;! A.VD IX'TrLT.'L r ::." .r thih u,,e b:,nr ,;ndh:z an ,urr,;,sn:?,Ae rfir " i ll bh, rroV', 1 ,! [i u w um lnary m. . ITON PANK 01F A-I.TRALIA, --TI; L L vill e Cl.se,l on Timrul?y anid rir py. t 1, L: ' tl :il January neit, fr ihE half: - j.r';y .IA ci: c L o Aorolflr. !EYfh h'J JI. CI"', Lir'.':T, ,'CIIUE U-;s'.: ~ TRIDAlY, JANUARY 2, 1S52. BONINTONG SCHOOL. MHE BONINYONG D AY anl SBOARDING SCHOOL will b re-opened on Wednesday, January 1lIt, IS52. The Rev. Thomas llastie 11ha undertaken to conduct it dul ng it ensuing year. No boy above twelve years of .ge wi'l be admitted as a boarder, but girls of all ages will be received. As the inrmber of boarde's is restric-ed to fort'-, it ill be necessary for parties w!,o wish to send pupils, to conllunnicatu with those il charge of the Scho 1, previous to their doinr so. The charge for board will be Tea Pounds a year for the children of shep. herd...

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NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD FIELD. TuE gold brought down by the escort, on Thors day, from the Western IDiggings, was as fol lows: oz. dt gr. From the Toron...... 3259 11 0 Ophir...... 309- t4 16 Bathurst .. 2c2 9 0 3Ieroo 557 0 15 Total .. 5008 5 7 By the mails were received, froci the-Taron, 60 ounces 8 dwts.; from Braidwood, 570 ozs. ; from Bathnrst, 24 ozs. ; from Qoeanbevan, 24 ose. Total, 678 ozs. S dw:vs. Total receiveo by Escort anil Mails, 5686 ozs., 13dwts., 7'grs.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

iFoi three years the government has been amply supplied with funds for the ccu-. struction of a steam dredge, and it has from time to time made a demonstration of getting on with the work, but in such adesultory manner that the Colonial Architect is at a loss how to report pro gress. After three years drivelling waste, the work which should have been done first is scarcely comnmenced ; anadthe go vernment now excuses itself front going on with it on the ground that wJrkmeni will charge too much for the nanehinery which should have been made years ago. The money was all voted first to Separm tion; and since that event there have been neither work nor cash provided or expended. The improvement of our harbour is postponed indefinitely; and unless the inhabitants take the matter in hand, and provide both funds and labour, a serious detriment to the prosperity of the town and-district will remain per haps until the present generation pass away. All that we rnquire of the go vernment is t...

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Friday, January 2, 1852. ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

Friday, January , 1852. ORnER OF TIqE DAY. I -Unanthorised Mining on Wasto Lands Restriction Bill-second reading. 2--Gambling and the Use of Obsceno Lan s:age Restriction Ilill-second reading. 3 -Chairman of Quarter Sessions Appoint noent Bill-second'eading.

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

3AuLs.--The overland mail from Mel bourne to Geelong is stopped, and the bags will henceforth be forwarded by the steamers. For public accommodation there ought to be a mail forwarded by every departure from either town, but for the present, until orders shall be received from head-quarters, the following routine will be adhered to. The mail from Gee long will be made up every day at half past twelve; the country mails will be made up at half-past two, evrry Tuesday and Friday. The new Postage Act, which was read a third time yesterday, and passed, provides for the conveyance of newspapers free of postage. The Escort from Ballarat is to be dis continued; for the reason, we presume, that it does not PAY. Her "ajesty's representative having sacked a. large revenue at Ballarat, closes the specula tion so soon as the profit holds out little temptation. Now is the time for the people of Geelong to start an escort for themselves; and we are much mistaken if they will not, by a judicious a...

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To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

To the Editor of t?a Times. Sir,-In your leading article of Tuesday last yon state that " until the present moment not a syllable has ever hbeen breathed of the neighbour hood of Bathurst as a- .old-proJducing region." This is ineireet. Gold has losng been known to exist between Bathirst and :Wellington aliley, and an old shepherd ha? been in the habit for many Tears past of annually bringing to Sydney for ~ole upwards of lOOl in value of the precious metal. Neaserous pieces of gold have been casually found in the district at various times, and some of the quartz lodes I know to he auriferous. One sample of quartz was sent to England for assay some years since, and the report was extremely favourable, showing asvalue of gold and silver in the quartz at the rate of about £ 120 sterling per ton. Sir Roderick Minrchison called the atten tion of the New South Wales Government, some years since, to the fact that the geoloa al for nsntion of the main range strongly resembled that of the r...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Dec. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tulsday, lDee. 30. MI. O'Sn.sdassr presented a petition signed by 7-21 gold di.Fers, provin?g that thi Va'rane-c namendment Bill might not pass into a la. " SNOTICES OF MIOTIOS. 3Ilr.TFAw.rE s gave notice of his intention to move, that every Public Bill brought into that House be printed and placed in the lands of every member, a week previous to its so cond reading. Ile also grve notice, that hb Sshould move, that the Lientenant-Governor b re quested to address the lome Gorernment pray int, that all lands between Melbourne, Getl Lug and the Gold Field, hbe declared within the Sa-, led Districts. THE JEWISII PETITION. XIr. ?ESTGARTl, ill rising to amove thlt the Petition presented on the previous day be taken into consderation, said that he was sorry toliave forced the matter so suddenly upon the llouse, and would not have done so, had not the close of the Session been so near. The Petition swas a request from a highly respectable and infuen tial, though iot,a n...

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