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POISONING BY STRYOHNINE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

ro15')L(G BY STIhCliNINE. To the Elitor of the 3relurieM 3orning Herald. Sn,-It wrau not myr intention to hnve offered eav oh.erv.ions at preastn upan the crse I lately report.l iin your paler, " of ~,twiswnig by etrjh. sij prerredtl bhr the continudl inhalition of rh!onfeorrn" iout 5 many remarks andu queries have re reIchedr me ?acernin it, that I have wnho'lt it int to do so. 1:n thIe fist pl.ce, the, I have ascertained that the ler?on referred to in my letter obtained idle grains of strndehit, thlat she m:xed the hnlt of it-ant tihat shlte mtit have taken at least six goins into ~er stomach. In the next pl.ae, some persashave expre?sed snrprie at the time that elp?led, until the -rmaptoms shersl th^nteelvos. The exulanation is very simple. 'Thu strvcelia w.s mcio.I with water': ut a small portion wvorld be diaolh?el, until it reached the stomelh, it consequently arr'vel there in irs chrvstal firm, nna! the prohib hi iv is, that it wosuld remnait oune time (15 minnoir) hwfore it ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAMILY COLONISATION SOCIETY. Amount of each Depositor's Receipt [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

FA3IILT COLMeISTIO,2 SacrTT. Amount of each D.poqitor's Receipt: £ e. d. No? 3, 9!: 67, 5: 69, Sl; 6-3, 28! 15c 9.1; 70. LZI; 71. 1501 220 15 9 No??73, 301; 74, 225 10 6,1; 75, 15 Is; 40, 11; 76,471 12sl61; 78.12.. ...... 132 4 9 1\o 79, 271 Ic: 86.41; i0, ISt; S3, 40; S, .6: S6.121 10s... 107 11 0 "o 87, 25 1s: S', .101; 39, 331 18s; 95, 19: 1 ; 96, 20!; 97, : I.. .. .. 137 19 0 No9S, 811 8s: 99., 101; 100, 9!: 101, 15!; 032, 151 10s 61; 10, 31.. .. ... 119 13 6 No 105, 111 21; 10G, 111 9 ; I07, .0l8Is .. .. 23 7 9 To'-d '.. .. £746 11 0 Iiemittel from 10th Oetober last to 3r.i February .. .. 1273 19 6 Total remitted by the Bank of AustraJlsia . .. £2020 10 6 This re:nittnre is for the emi-r.tico~, &e., o 60 parents, 88 brothers anld sister-, 21 children lef; b ,hind , ,r ptrents: 6 'ire, rith 27 chil dren. left beltind by Fp.re.is: 6 wires, with 27 cilliren, anr np.rar.ls of 55 other near relatires, st:ch as nphews, nieces, S&.; in all about 250 souds. AnCnD. CnrsO...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

BELFAST. CoKET.--This fine old racer, the chsmpio of the Western District--has been parhved . from ]Mr Bette, by MJr William Rutledge, fr his own use, as a hack. The price was 10I sowereigns, and cheap he is at the money eres for a hack. The last race he ran was at the recent Port Fairy Races, for the M3ember's Cop, which he won in splendid style, beatin. the crack horses Petrel, Coledonian,an, nd PCiot, Shep herdess being lso entered, but drawn. As tha stake was one of honour and not of pecuniarr galn, it was the more worthy such a noble stell hidding farewell to the turf. lie is now in goal hands, and, as he is a general favourite, every one will be glad that his latter days are to l; passed with easy work, and under proper ,re, We fancy we see hIis late owner ocrasionall paving him a visit to see how he is gettiua o"---Gazette. Tnz OrEsLAND fMirt.-Another disappoint. ment has teen experiencel by the non-arrira ofThursday's overland mail. The changes ard the weekly irregularities ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

TOiR'EALSD. (From the Gnnlian.) EtEcrs tL.-Wo. are ?vi to obserre, that Wiliiam l'D,lwel', l~=q., I;a her requested to e :m forward t etridlimre fior the r .eresentation ,tf u?urrntth.l and BRftast, in the legis!datire 'utmail of Vietoris. The requi-ition is both na mrrnir andi rslwetaldiy sat~.l. We think it wou!il h. wise of the elertors to chtouns a gentle men of tha cool julgment, i:enomitnahle energy, esp riesn ,atnd iadep-r.lent f.mrtuo, as possessed h, M5r. 31 Dowell. The eleators wii have in this candiil?-, IL go*ileman who e hlnacter is a ora..-elre, that if h lei electel, he will not dis grace his ca?ntituence. The irldf.at party in the eonotitueenr will maifeu t an enli ghitnel appre eiatio of their truens interets, if they should choose a \\arnambo.n l restllri.t in preference to one, who is more expriesirely identified with the'r town, Tac Gotn 3rhtsocs.-Gohl is producing a de liriams upon minds, removal at even a respectful di.tnce f om the operntions of the choice Acu...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[ADVERTISEMENT] To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

[ADrTiCSEIML T ) To the Elitor of the G'tlonj Aiertiser and Intellien-,r. Srp,--''ith rflrelrire to tho prmcu?!itln of DAl :e , Go,.. ar,,,l Co. v. D.i.1, (purt'iul-ri ot lhii!i will no i.il. , n'rit ,4n r i i yi.ir paper of o naorrw,) I r-t %you wili di)o Lm tie juotici fl men ll;:r Ii.e ~'~!vlino . On mo y arriv.l in th;. ilJI ry i ili l..p I. Stat .' i.in, i o f S.- ptent er, L i.1.ieri .-l I,) ioa, s l iv fir: .t letter Fitrmir uP liun fro lll i.r c,,rrp?.wndct-n , .li; '<rt . l!r.yr -l, fr . 4r r;irB:a Ipis l et eii tn ytli-. psrc:athj 1 biW to ii'rvi to: th vericd I rwa mana!gin ownoe of 103 sail of ships tirdin, principally to A.lutrali: anJd Tasmanian ports.) I made this house my asenti, in consequenco of the introduction:; aial without on0 ,ord of dis satisfaction, or nomv misundlrstanding, I wons sucmmonte on Stuntdaiy mcorni'ng to answer a charFge c enchezz!emenst, and tins, [ ibdiev, Iy the advice of a Solicitor, general y considered respectable (but I most ai...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, 13TH MARCH. Before his Worship the Mayor, Captain Addis, and J. G. M'Millan, Esq. CHARGE OF EXBEZZLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

POLICE OFFICE. SATUsionAT, 13riu ?il.mr. BeOore his 'rltnht, tlith 3LM.or, Captain Addis, n:l J. t. G.)iMilbn, !t1q: CIt.uiE IF E?a?rZLMKOrT. ir. CI'arles 1).bidl i;pared on the flmr of the Cmrrt to answer it cha:lr-e m "d' adaint him hy Mlessra. D.J;.ety. Gore aal Co., iy their solicitor, •fr. .Martyr, of emnt?'zz!lig certain molies n:trnat.i. to ilis lchare. 1.r. Eilhiol, en bh:atf rf Ir. D11dd, pl.eed an nfiil:rit Iiefore thle naistrl:rt. certi:ei:t that the st;rmmons ullan whlch his client now app.arrd ,toire the Conrt, w.ns only servel ?rpon him the irer':ist ertrenli_, thereby not allolni;l him :l~ti'ent time and olla arnity to rebut the ecrusati,n, wietih l he fml ns crfilent of ldlon, n Ilhs client was mta3st anxiousLl to imeete tie ::arg. Tbe ma ti?rater, nfer crnfrFrign toerther a ew ri, bu' e!.I,,i p rIpn): rostlnini ti e hear inl of the ase, u?tii 3Ilaiv. at t-n o'dcck a.m. 3fosoir. "cron: hc' : orship the 3Layt.-. Forster Fran , Fq.. J. F. Strachan, Eq., tem. Tmnms, esq...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE REUNION OF FAMILIES. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

THE 1.= NiO OF FAi[LIAES Ta "e Elitor of lti r.;eoJ Aloertiaer trn Intedljenl:cr. S.,-In f"rw.rnl;in to yor tli mntih'-s ae e-' t1 , as -~-:onie 1, of the cont.int:o-i of the peopi'le to-arde the entiratiuoa of their :rIatinvo. :ia antmulntit to ut ulu,wlaof 2"0001. I have to requeot Yvn will allow ame to state, ft r the inirm itnm of those, Irtties weh bore thea =,et *.- i..ir relatliins througZh lth medti: of tihe Fmaiir donisation I~1n nkci.ty, that roll' in tripliratehrre !?,en ft,-euainei by me of.neih to tie Cuommit:re iII En-.-in !, a:,I their pil ment: hrve been rtmtittl l y rthoe Bntk of Al-traissin to GCt;e' lIit i,,n Ieidhn., ra that tthey may r. c-;,blv sleieine, with the il,-sinro of Pro rilencI, , t?are their re;.titer with them within a twelve mrnth, or perlthps by niext Chlristru.t Theny ttat f+el ,armel tthat terr pomitilo ex ertion will Iet n-el to expetlit- the emi--rinoi.n of tlh.: fii-nl by the benero'e?. getiiet.rele who firm the enuniittee in Eelandl, .uct as ...

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GENERAL REGULATIONS. (Postmasters to report irregularities.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

GaetanoL Bauoeoonnora. (Postmstara to rerort io?Eu:astile.) LV. It is the duty of erery Postmaster to report is the Posarmoter-Generat. fron time to time, any irn. larity which may come under his notice relating to the business of the Post Obio. land particularly on the part o: the onractors in the mannerof conveyine the mails, as reords their non-prserv'ation from wet. er delay in the time of arrival or departure, or in their convey inslette clandestiaely, In violation of Clause 33 of thl (Penaltle.) LYP. Ti?e atention of all persona connected with the Post Oilie Depertm:nt is partinuolarly directerd to thie penatiies imfoad by claure XLIII of the Act for wilfui neglect to comply with any part of the said Act or thee Reguhltions. (Letters once pon'te cant,at be giren up.) LVIL . letter once postLed becomes t`e property at the peran to whom it is adldresed, and cannot tader any circumstances be glien up. even to the wnuier, but must be forwarded acccrlingt to the addresr. 'o appli c...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 March 1852

TIlE CR!13SIAL SE .SIONS. It will be seen by the annexed copy of the eslader ti.t, there are no les- than -utyt-eight pri:naer;s for trial at the Ctiminal Seionre: Chuarles Williams, ahias 3icVie, h,,ra.-stealhn Michaenl i.,_. L?.ault ad rbbery D uliel 31'Dl.,nld, street rubbery Hetnry llsrrintomn, ditto WViilltai il hle-, stealinS from the person .Anie Bi;hnp, cettin;.l adi wot!ina Aifnri i-rice, asa:uait and robbery lhn Alle.y, ditto Tihrnm.t, .ath- ws ditto John tJranm, ditto itn J-hluito.-, diato Tihauao ?.wit., robbery Cht ale Daris, ditto Wiltiun JoJnes, ditt) James Barle, tmnn!er John Daviar, hi; hwta rbober' J.h M0 'ot', se.dalin inr-e addle ant. bridle J ,ha Wiilanm. robhery Whiiaam Tremi'er, nr?hery J.h, itoranl, rabiry of 9W. Abrbhamn Cllinnwoou, ditto Henry. Fee, anaualt with intent to rob and murder William Alien, sho ting with intent to murder Eleward Dixon, stabbing with intent to do bodily hann John l?inEr, stealing ,:ql l Peter Clarke, stea!i., a -nt Jaimei Smith, s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

Thsursday, thi SItfist a.t, , (ii ,,. t t. ,it'Ig clipper S SHAI .i OCK, , t ,,mod tirC for psr '. ? hi or pssge,' S• .pply t - J. DE-NNs " Co., Corio Terrace. - - "-"r .., ai Ox (-,~O LDThe tindvr Sz. CORE Lo CO. ,... ,1.. po.. . a?i r. n areito with Par edto Itlat S* .r' :. l atrai.s trOhint tto eltl wlti .."SYDLRB from Upper S' . a aTra it!l i of *.. , ,' c ery, deom.l raur *., r--l- " erseacherofMNedio , -a > ? ait been quac ed '-' ., - , arf I 13,?*.tt . ^RTES TUN ED.-J I'ed l in pmr-CriTrher "_ip." iui:yi.tt. C Morabool S :I; n ts, Instruction .0i- d hw jost iroaeieoi : ' .'.i n sl let-it.e br the aol 's • i.; . ,I t) c toutiien, can - :t I?K'. m One r), - , . - :.f le bt Gnrmsn eud ; '-od ';ii?ti Y Co- t "lC'I, a t t itte t',e ,o eri?m . ..',, , -I r .:* F,,~o " cJO " A )-') Flrte, S ;, : " . . ~a ,~1 - .0 Ct--s -l . C ,io r":" R'p.":ry ?:W<i- ,.bre.dl -strcct. :jz'T 1,I AGNIFICEST and , ...1 v.-t of ACCORDIIO?S an t.o. arei . oa.- wt r t fr ;e.to . S. tin ieta?...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

OFSALES BY AU"'I ION ýT OF SA.lA ex > T 1 l" , Bo sell Her's Stock Sixl s., , erch3ndise. i t r 2. " i' n s st, cK . '"' 1 Drys 'a!e uri,'l- . . .at , 1, .i ' '^:1 ieA' nb^ L ----

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

MARKETS. LArtnc?csTo, IOr MUCnc. - Fine flour is firm at £13 per ton; wrheat, from 4s to 41 31 per bushel, according to aamp!e; oats, from 4s 6d to 5s per bushel ; English barley, from 5s to Ss 3d per bushel; potatoes, £4 per ten ; onions, 17s per cwt.; Lay, 603 per ton; bread, 6 per 4 !Lh:lof. Hos.ar Tows, 9TH 3Amcn.--Wheat rang s at from 5, 6d to 55 9d per lushel. Ca:s and buler exhibit a dec:ine, 4s Sd per buolel being the nearest quotations ; bread, 31h per 2 lbs. loaf-Courier. AoDEkIDE, 32D MA3cn.-Whleat, 3; to 3 351 re, bushel; flour, £11 1Os to £12 per tin of 2000 bs. ; Irrler, (English,) 2s 9d to 3s per bushel of 50 bs ; Cyas barley, 20 3d to 2s 61 per bashel of 501 bs.; ontb, 3s G6 to 4s tirto; bran, 10o to Is per ,ushel; pollarnI, Is to Is 21 ditto; hay (new,) £ IO, to £1 per toa.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. MARCH 6TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

G LLOM IlBUUR RE°ORr. XatiCx Grit. O2e.i: At iroasinr Iratue t or N~o people ht, to 6e rpurted. Wage. Cot inue atout the same as rla twrt. A tew of )1r; Ctliatof im'uet str tsor o 11oro ·a found their oar to Grtcrg durong the otch aa OurS Mtir tet tupiem, tor (tome atottn,, per annum, w:th rations Gld. Ditto for out ototoo0r, ditto, 1to. Ditto for out tatioius taking touottorh.ttittt dlttoh £6i Ditto as htou'sr catat, ditto, £9:. teh:jtheotet £.s Oittoto huttiao forth mselro u, £40. llotkoo~ers. Lrd. Batluck driven, ;M5i to £43. U.ttn,per e .'k. to £t 3. tetiee , sIeaoe: ditto, ft fitt .toki for tome, ditto, £t to £t 5', (tonrorl oorritS Bte, ditto. ft it. tand otthoire, pur bushel, tt. Frmo :torn for tbrmlin- meto:noie, £151 ptrw rrsatt;seacal rt. Tnmue h totue sOYOmntf, peOroi , £2O. cur etoatds. ditto. f10 to XIS. Cooks, ditto, CS to £2. Laundtroito, lit o, £it to £iG. ALren Forceoter, Vie~oria Roptstry Other, Itaekot-oqtuare.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

TH1EA TRE 1O YA L, GEELONO. Under the sole management af Mir. Deerinq. GREATEST HIT EVER 3MADE ON TIlE AUSTRALIAN STAGE The Madame Vcstris and Charles Matthews of the Australias. Mr and Mrs Hydes every ervning. THIS EVENING, 17 T MARCEH, The Performances will commence with a petite ComeJ?, entitled PEGGY GREEN Mr Thomas Tippins ca golden c il), Mr Webster. INicholas (s ploughboy) .. Mr Deering. Z3r Edward Rosely (a lawyer'sclerk) Mer Hydes. Mrs Clover...... Mrs Davis. Jant Turner ........ Mrs Deering Caroline lones.. Mrs Webster Kite Smith.. MrsStubls Peggy Green ........ Mrs iHyd s. To be succeeded by the Drama of trh £IAPMAN'S DA UHTER. The Maniac.... 3Mr Shearcroft The Madman's aughter.. Mrs Deering Comic Song............. Mr Mle dows Sent mental Song.. Mr Riley To conclude with a new Farce entitidi MY FRTEND IY THE?STRAPi. DMrNupkins.. aMr Hasker Major Capsicum.. Mr Holloway Frederick .. Mr Shiarcroft lack Blarney (my Friend in the Straps), Mr Hydes Grumpy ..... MIr Webster Caro...

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GEELONG STOCK MARKET. MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

GEELONG STOCK 3IARKET. 3htucu 16. TnzEs ha beea a Ihrge seipply oF i:or.es dlring the pre sut week, and prices touc hither. Broken draoiht hor'e, from I!t. to 9.'. 10s.; umbroken ditto, from 22. to 311. 10s.; unbreken addle and harness lor.es, from 5!. 10. to 19!; broken ditto, from 3L to 1S1. o10.: working bellockn fronm 12. to 141. per pair; milch cows, from II. IGs. to 21. 16s. each. O'F .tGsELL AND So.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE WESTERN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

'i: *';?TeP:: DIGGcGrs,-rThew are I I tllrrat. i2. !- hrbiLU. . ;. C-.!±i's Creek. 4. Ior's Creek - 5. C!u?es. , :'Iunt Cole. 7, Wardiyralock, I , !::a there is a populdtioaof alout ' ; ;c row'ablI, aboat 100 : at Cog. : t'.:ek, aonit I50; a.t Eailor's S'-r. 'c hle nee ficli was the first .I; .';:,i wa abandoned before, the - r 7.; .. :.f crkig w'-a adoFicd; * .,. '.V:.'-;,re : Lit friantage.ousl . . .;, inf'rn:Mni-,; r,-pcctina • * '. .;. " .i.-Ttr ! fir li-m ti: Lodi; to r ; r r: w,,rk; Lb,•u c.ill the partti:' u. a t Prlav'] iatejnd to proce-d .;iither. 'r TLa V:-::rdivalk field is iearly'abandoned ; b't as gold is found w lrer. lIr?e surface area, the discovery of the i',s prolific sueotsis a matter uf time. We have noti il:lded Caope Ot way in the ,above list, because although. there are ;s vered parties still oat there, the: mr:st be considered as merely pros '-eteing. Productive a.s Ballarat still cantinaes t, Ise, (we have he:rd . well authenticated case of lifteenl p.:..uds...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

To the Edit.r of tAe Gzdtong A'rr ti;r. SeI,-I-n a report of a meeting of the 'eople's :Asseiation, .f to-day, I find a Fre things which require attention, and if vou will permit me, sb~al be the sub jet of a few remarks. Do not think for one moment that I ileet to the principles o: the said Asso ciation, in fact I think it were vain to try o find one who would o' joct to them, and it e ns.,rs qui-e rithl my idea .f right t'lht if ov ary ar?-ricved let them state ihcir gri-cv-:', lut I do think men ouull not exacg-:ierlte state tile grl .-.uce crneisely, ornament it if yoc ple.tse xith the c::oicest ad.irnmaei s -ff rhetlric, iut state it so tlat it shall '" bear the i:e and the rule," or el-e, like the beai ii'ul yet fria0ile web, the Erst beso-m f" ,pinion shall sweep it all aw;y. In the report above alluded to, Mr. Read is stated to hare said after stating vwhat the As-ciation iutcnded doing (albeit five poUInds in debLt aec;rding to i':" Sccret,-ry)-for instance: I.-. Ie n'ii-; ...

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GOLD BY ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

Gare nr EScrca7.-TLe foowi~ing ar tbe o-~lt~ Ihcht-r rouJht by the B.tiiraL }:Kurt. vecurtlrhar, nn-1 reom noamt A!zuaidcr ltv the retitru ELcrt fr-m Ste ~eirnre, On Friiuv r~o3 BLtLLALT. CZS. J tS. KIllan Jono ., 27 7 ."It4 .!i4inson . .. 60 0 .Trns I.s !aA.. 61 5 Alealnder Sdith .... 27 10 elmnue1 ,. , 33 14 J.Jhn Rsl.... ... ...27 0 Eicbard Wj'o: n .. 19 9 C:.iri.. Fraser 14 7 .,dm n I):tf:Ip ., I40 Terry Eras.. 29 5 316 17 T6Ox !nrfl rLuLt1r. Janmes arr . ., . 67 0 .A!ezy n~r r ife .. . III 0 ala~ph Dizn.. .. .. 46 0 1'r:riek Bird.. . 12 0 r..h et Cilrk .. IV 12 0 Johni Mas .. .. 35 0 Alk;nder Thnnpsnn .. I06 0 lIm!ean 'I.nJ e .. .. C3 0 459 0 Total .... 55 IT

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPREME COURT. Monday, 15th March, 1852. ROBBERIES AT MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

S>rtiE3iE COGiIT. Mfonnyr, M5id Miarch. 1S52. Rr)REOE.S AT ±X5rT ALtXAY'EI. Patrii!; oBin4n ion iiidiete4l with harinoT, on the 23rd rt Fohrrnrr, stolen orr Ih tle of opirita. tibia 2;.. nld half a pint i ruN. tlhe projertvt EdwrrJ Potts uto o.Lcrn, at Jiount A4l cotr.:{r Ite prun ir. rut is a motnteli p!icemanno, eras Seoza lo:t-rin shbcnt some 1:.dmea curt', at ;Toant .tesnn~ler, fior, one ni fnhich the otole:n Sprvortr Ns tenke. ndt a it-tle of non .u1.1: I `o he a 1part of it :as Porn!a on the pri'on r hr I'r·tant Aries, who bIy in wait to wtch liei mnrce tens.. Pi'tt', n n of thur p-smoos ribtod, n s etoohiced, hat rni!t not idllntify tea gin feoud as part of y t1 t io.l. fir tVilihoxoo, ai s defended the pri<n"'r, on!t mittel there wnas; prmouf to go to thej ry of the i.!PltittT of dhe tin Hii ilsurar o:iti 0~a ah.t.l certainly r njonb tho di:rt to draw -er owt i ii esn c t rsitun '*ret thu .Tr fit ''n s ? iro"Ce:I the JT-1--v ' rre-run;:t-r: 'i' . His itir suown...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 March 1852

For ICE OnFICE. Ttnsoar. I3rrona T e Worsihip t!he Manrnr, Oiptain Fy an, owl Charls \attad Thorne, itl. Jams Cioarte, th:e prianner awho stond re :ndnuInI ifr ntterinw a nCor-ad ch'qy nnpon Mr Etwanr V alford, wan farther reinnndld to anaLlu toe' prracntaw to nttetrd the C.nrt. CPECX,1L COSt.AADLt3. 'fl rd Tuvin" inlivjdnnin sere swom in I)e fire the sittingi manpistts to act as spc d.$L on st~bh- fur the town of Geelngr. The extent and duration of their snaer sImI authority as eah, by a the date of. the np'ioiatrnwn: Genrgo S'ewarI, 3ociJhh Pei'4, Francis rtslfmar, ha ilian Morrison, Timrnthry tier,a Mkbuol Elren- fly'sn Gosiinriý W lMass iFe', Alfred RYr^s 'Rsit t Snrterr, JInhn D itch, Wlihiem 'viler, W 'i inm sirrneftL: i chLInt Rrfin, Itenry D_: i) , ienri.OT P rlforit, I trick Prrsron,.Tinico 'nitL, hu.:tled Pin; an, Michael Alters, Pitrick :'triI i;.hP Mm )n lnrphv, JTaupb ewir, Genrge Cirso, (l,: e F ntlticy, Grorga Scott, Ulbe;t `: i J.h5 .:! Jo.Tacks r., Wohtcr listens, J...

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