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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. BEFORE HIS Worship the Mayor, Captain Eyans, and J. F. Stra[?] Esq. THREATENING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

Tri-.tCE OrFic :. TrcEsDrAT. BErO Ir V"-rihip thto i yor, Captain Frins, and J. F_ S:rci::- , .; " T 'RiATEcTi.- r.tG AICL. Char!? BPq:uto:i Was pe;! t~.forre the sittin. mýn-stir r, clu- earel by a. ifmale ,f the n3rq c.f 7;p. wi:lh having t.'roTn a Irici-hut at her. nli.. aftrwartd t(lreatrc-cil to knoek her Lranis '?he ?I-fn.iand wrt reqaire. toa enter int' hlis own r.oc'amci. of Elt.. «nl IS- ta-o sxettril fOr -2-5 ?egc. ",r si. mronti.. ISSA.'.I.T AT la' .-C'. A yrnr arlii ?,f C:le nire of R)e-rta np pe:rli lieirr the Ptlie 3R . ia.tle; , to pref r a co-ialin of ci«u:lt oanl ilett-r agnaiist 3!r C.harles 7. Cari'.hy.];Juir. T!;e e; mlahi :;t te.1 1 tlat on Frid?;, the !::i iI.-ant, he Tais hou1 t3 b. u?m: a certain lirrc, aen.a ietohincrz nkncwn to irim oecirrrem to raice the id;i.iat:itl c .f t!:e efe.ler.-, who .trleLk l.nl a v.ieist hbl.w- orer ti:e !ritdg of tLe li-e trith t'e ln't erld of ri.hl- i'il*. 'l'I >ei:t c:ut a -:itte! l.,e %sault, hat tff.:--.I n (o ;,n.:iu a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEAMEN'S AND SOLDIERS' LETTERS. (Sailors' and Soldiers' Letters.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

- Eun. s's AD SooDIoens' LorrnoeS. (SaQlors' and cSldier' Ltteer.) XLV. ienmen and soldiers, while they are empi:syr in Tier tajesty's service, c?n send or receivre letter. ret exceeding alf an ouane In welght, on their ono privre concerns only. at the rate of Ld.each, If enperrihId and forwarded In confoaDtft r wilth the [1t' cease of te Accos?-c. - (Lltr Bill) XLI. All letter bills are to be caref?lly prsetrred Iy the t'oomoater to whom tser have been addree,!, sl, to be forwarded an vouchers for his monthly ancoon*, ta the General Post Ofice. at Melbourne, by the firs tI.l na the termination of each menth, together sill te, margins or counterparts of thod e despatched, ad staroment, (In forn P.) of all ktters and postae stam; which mar then be remaining in his o-ier, as wr II: may later bills roelerel In the early part of any mastr bearing date of despatch in the previous one. (PoitmLter's Accounts.) XLVIL As soon as pratc?thle after the recdlptfl these rvn?her. an ecounlt will b...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

GLArF, OV. ]Tr'ni 23.-1m hn, 'eirr. t, 4 tn:m, . A. i stnn, nu ter, for ioLinrt. -I4n. -c.r3;neiI-n ime edfire iu the attec 'i. C.,rie_ an nir.fJ.`orynin/ r w mstCI; ("h inl ir 'i, I"ta Mr el ý,'uI \1 iI-in. 31r Ed Innli C. flii. .riýi ose in ti' snterg. C. d. I)clrny, nd C,,, 'itc jI'ee Uion -4f l) '1een C' .I' '1a.i. S?'er4CS~*; lt.nvT- .rtt 'f eeri'inal cnrýc fmrnn - i Sey I ci '%cNre dis blirpel It Gee!allC 3 ton I ni'i'nor 'and cable, Denmys gatE C.. iin Ibox'.oIiiede.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

?OP . R LO N D N.--The A 1 ship - "HCOOHLY." nD-ntr. comma?,?r, htas erod rn.5! a 5CF P0 frdIfIrterpag F yý to nALOrfl. SORE Co. STEAM TO AND FROM GF.ELONG. Alteration in Time. ON ard after Monday next, th. 23rd histant, the " .rnta,'" steamer, will leave Cole's " hatf every uMonday, Wedu!esdav and Priday meor ing, at ni e o'clock; and the Wharf, (Geelong, every Tuesray, Thursday and Saturday morn i inc, at nine o'clock. N. B. This vessel will not tow on her passages. Gronre W.XAE COLE, Wharf. February 21, 1S25. APHRASIA. STEAMER. Plring between febourne anal Gee Iona. Tj-HE above steamer leaves the Geelong a Wharf fr Melbourne every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at 9 o'clcck precisely, returning every alternate day. J. B. Hturro- & Co., (G elong agents. Tarra-street, Jan. 1. t e52. " t FOR LONDON, -- Haring the greater part of her cargr nqragqed, will meet with quick des patck. Despatch being the object, Wool iLn quantity will be taken at ,d. per lb. THE A I ship...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

`str! 23.-'..r Silamr # -rS I-'r.+.r, 1 an . Niot.'1t; 2 casks Letter, Lsea naod Co; 359 b~asn fi·!u, til~rr. ?er Jois. -4 laiff-tas-sss tniroxs. 2?S rnaer, t oresi;c i.".D u:, t1.3 , 10 Jrs nlsro d : 5 xiile ropev 13 I d:m e's'c;aia 1-43 ssrc 2Vea'ks r~ub, : .? ar us, 11 r12's nlaoi-dsr,2caeisdaa.1 oate, 1 eas on.r sri, 70 Le 0 itn plates. II) ilds tiis :ia ,Order. Ler Dik.e of WVt1s..o' ai -4j t03 f;e- cnit. 2 I-rn.',r, 2 5¶i-..n 10. b-se r-it-. 2 sw inuiradion j,74o 1 .r.o 2_ a1 rats E) ·rtd i t inkrtron. I'rV Lqu !-; ~i, 4:i case.. 10 Tilpe Iraniy, 2110 raesn rGses.. IT raseaeCiaainupoie, .ti cl ue, -"'fs ris rt win, 3 itr-c ink 9far r.Ia:'ý!,Lde Fol+,er, It) Ca e gnlager sine. 10 do 1"tit r m'iru, 20 .Jo nor lizk, I00 cL.su 50 esbss 51) aoa-EL'ct hoson akin wote, 2 saka 6 Iutgs i eat I ca: alieowre, 9 pk-os te.., 2 _e jaIw:, .0 coiiu sran-oo, -562 co-sc cihnsen's sar-i, 5 (laess bil-be!, S bd.Ps. Wiloe-i 4 case. cur-bos, 2 .-baes pbiS I l cit) .'. 2 boles Fer e, 12 qr iJr' riLO...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PETITIONS AND ADDRESSES. (Petitions exempt from postage.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

Prrtno0 S ATD ADD1Lrssns. (P~etrions exempt from postage.) XLIII. PedliouC and ddreees to Her Srjrtr exempt from postge. XLLV. emerso o Council may receive, free of pc: aoe, any addrees to Hrr UMaJesty and His Erc-lern the Lhm?tenxnt-Gxrere r, nod petitlons dIrd.extr t! etilther the Exurtire or Leelslative Coouncll. if eot I emding S2 ounces in weight, and sent without e'xr, or lx carer open at the aldes.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGISTRATION. (Registration of letters.—Bank notes or drafts should be cut in halres for greater security.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

(Registration of letters.-Bank notrs or drarts shoeai sq cut in halves for grea'cr security.) XTXiII. The ts'em of reaitr.ation is applicaheltna'l descriptions of letters without distinction, whether ther ontain coin or omticlesof valueer nnt. Parties sending bank-notes or drafts shoutl be advised, for realter stee rity, to? ct suh notes or drafs in halves, and rendubtem by diieernt pots b d . Registration fee. XXLIT. Postmasters, or other persnan emplo-ed in a ptt-otlier, when called upon to register s Itecr. will demand a fee of sixpence, which is, of course, exetdire of anr rstate that rosy be doe thereon, and will stamp or write distinetly, on the letter, "Registered Ltcer," nod enter the address at numbe or f It on the tR t hred side of the receipt bock with which he is fornihshe. To the party posting the letter he will g:ee the eeip: which he willt t out of the bkob, and nu-en whih hr onot enter the atdress ortho ltter, 00 as to corrr.stn with the entry it the boo.. (Full addr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGULATIONS OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

IEGULA?TIONS OF THE LIEUTENA.IT GOVEI NOR AND ]i.ECUTIVE COUNCIL, tor the guidance of the Post Oltice Department under the Act of the Lietetn?st Gorcrnor and Legislative Council, 15 Tie.. No IX, intitled " An Act to amend the law fir the Conve ance e?d iPstage of Letters" PosrlIsrEt S AOD Posr OfFICES. (Postage Act.) I. All persons in the de tmont of the Post Offtice are required to ma?;e themsetves thoroughly acquainted with he several provisions of the s id Act, and as far asin them tIes toe that they are duly tarrid into eflect. They will be guided in such matters as are not therein sp eridly prurided for by the followlag (3eparete P.oom for Post Office.) II. A separate office or apartment. where pmrcticable, must in every case le prurided for candunctt the tositsne of the Post O? i. (" Poa: Orate.") III. The words Pa.t Office must be exhibited in lane eonspicuous characters outside the blldm.: so as to ahtract puboic attention. (Ofitil Deolaration.) IV. No person who has not sub...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEARTY READING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

ITEARTY RiEADING.--CurioSitV iS a passion very favourable to the love of study; and a passion very susceptible of increase by cultivation. Sound travels so many feet in a second; and light travels so many feet in a second. Not thing more probable; but you do no care how light and sound travel. Very likely; but make yourself care: get up and shake yourself well; pretend to care, make belief to care, and very soon you will care, and care so much, that you will sit for hours thinking about light and sound, and be extremely angry with any one who interrupts you in your pursuit. A man ought to read as he would grasp a nettle,-do it lightly and you will be molested; grasp it with all your strength, and you feel none of its asperities. There is nothing so hor rible as languid study: when you sit looking at the clock, wishing the time was over, or that somebody would call on you and put you out of your misery. The only way to read with efficacy, is to read so heartily, that dinner time come...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAGE STAMPS (Letters bearing Stamps.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

XXiii. Llt-rn havoing ston:ps atoioI to Lotn equal In the rates of pustogo rhorgooll :.pna tail hitoi rr, oi ' fr, a of ?ll nlthlr pmn.ar,. TIi~, sotalps ?nt to il poiced 0n Lhe IStntot if Iho htlPr alo?O' ILn .' oPt.r-rii ,Urn. (lns:linhiernt ulnmhr of onl rn. ."T. o, o..o ,ih o'. r,, ,,,'le ,f I.,e ,tnomps i? | a thanl tlo a?lnloooo f opnoe.o' too l$('.ho It -,aollndIr ,lin,l, if pre.;-ol, t? ?Lotr m.o ,bi charIl, oan d!iry, *Ioo.loat! otomnnoot of II,' ,1 I o!onro. [ol: lic er n . t- iioil'orly storl, tI to te rntllrornnl to t;. G(,fr.l i'rP, OJICP.t l'lr ll?n o Illii.ll 'i, o nlonllliar it tO?Otl,, hlrr +ir o r,-nt too t.C (;,~'al ir.oIt 'l O?, 5?ar to b onoe loird, i ol prao llah r rtl . 0 out r Il n d frrim til,' oon,,o ol', t Oilo, o , *'.l.Ih orno,l XXVl. "he l er, Pomns.trn ?i, o rlired ortnoil p , o'.rl '.i , to hIo o.o ol.'o i thoo i obtainl , " req'fll tn, r1,on tie ojnrrnal Pn.Ot L?fl at SIl .lon','?o I I tl o . e o lo tol IoI.o a ttfl rootorl ?' C.?o 0fine-J.rIlonfakrn...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESPATCH AND RECSIPT OR MAILS. (Despatch of mails. Letters to be stamped and plainlymarked.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

D' SPrre Da BRetcBaI or 1trttn. (Depatch of mails. Letters to be stamped and plainly marked.) IX. Each Postmaster is carefualy to stamp erny letter pasinH throah his office with the appropriate Poat O09te stamp on the dry on which i in received, and in case there shonld not be affired thereon a stamp or stamps equal to the rate of poctag ., he is to write cP*lfy the:coa the pltar w;ti? which it is cha?geable, murking leIters on whic the, post-e is paid, at the ime of being delivered in, wth red Ian, and Impail lete=e with black ink, as a distingaishiny mark. iHe will further stamp with red Ink te words " Postpaid," on tetters which are so paid. (iorveable dLre in stamp to be chanced dally.) 1 ft is importart that all leters shoual beararlear iepre.s?on of the Odle die- stramp., 3d great rare must be taken that the moveable flare i ecorrectly haanged at the commcmectament ealch day, wnen en i:nar.srta of the stamp met 'be made in a book to be Lept fir tiret puroPse. (?i!ureent of hco...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

SYDNEY. TR \n w M trTin t.LEs GB?.n F-tEn -A Svdnevr --ol circu!ar Ftates that several letters are in to':n ifromn i fuaro:, tgvinz an en.mn r:,ging tneant of Ihe state of mantter there A nu e.-t was f ,icen the otho-r dar, weihhinc 53oza S dwt O_'r of oild godi gald,, of a rich acd, bi' liantvoleur, and free from quartz; the yield is Jaily incr'asin, a:nl the bed iclinaan'i aro hard at wrk. A less qinz.itity leaae iatoe town this werkc hy es?tart, than uca::l, hut this to be r.e cauntei, fir Lv the low price in town, and the det' rmniatiaon of miners not to sell more than thvy irercmpaeled. It is etimnated that about 703 meo a-e now at work r.n Tue.? Creek, chere thier can earn from ten to fifteen slilings per day. The wort is labinroe, and requires a atron tnerre to undlertake it, the gel1 being de fesitel in stiff c'.r; indeed. so stif, that tl: irresolute hero=m frithtenar.l when the, try it A. person of the name of l irt ndl his partner enat to Bathurst 10ozs of gold from 3fulg...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

r')l'.fLAN P. Tim P.r·tinti Gei:r~lian esr;; t~lnt Wittieni WOOliieio C f tle Wolnoon. it to ho: ot)itDTo fi~r tAC wzEek. -tubi tenlrenii, 'rJo von hreil inth ie hti '-h~t eotioiotiun "F ,Lt frtcrds, tltru~~±i hi' on~il~ tieicneensr, f·( ii ~acr to en injoror w~ie~ ine reeirierl itt iorteeeiiin. Fonin t srlo~ ioo to Gr!lnzr. The~ otto~rnr wo wrhirl; re ..o' :~ior'ho raiaobe~, o.; tot trlle· op rr'Pe 'I~ u~itt' IwO Ifl to [t:tiT~O sin c~in G',it lroit -An O Onir: oat 'ier~hrdr, rt t dateioti t i',.rsTs Cre~'k. in tli~ to h..oedirmeo nrdrr c~ocirl thotl.'l io the st~oeF, otoiottii'b it rtie inti IIWs~trh'-A. 'Fun EFt:BRcr.-MrF ffit Otel jIgsr rieiI'l to Lte it~iittattti l~etylreoete1C:C to th~n lIv tin eirctiro -l rit thuittitott Lorn aF of 0 rrnol~:m'tot cruth E'Ctjtt. tut nrd iie,"Fae L~rhii iei hIe tooi~ too o their rhilco on t he byr if cieetitn .-tttgrlioob . 'rT o.4t e-jrr of ~ltethinroe, Mr. Miehdoina lass tooen rtz:tiettid to ~o.v Iklfo-t rttt thontonw hoo·l ra poronlLra eicCn...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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EOSSUTH.—A PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

(teem hrn'r ll.ni·'. S1l;e.) cr 'I J Irk not n!rcl, ;h speaks clearly in a foreign langqiago; that has b-ea done by many others. We have had within the rear to'speaik of Signor Mariotti's work, on Italy, written in English, with remark able e'ean?a and power. Subsequently we noticed the acientifle work of 1r -Adorno, a 3iexicoin centleman. not Inng resident in Eng land, written by him in English that a native mighit enry. - - It is not an uncommon thing for Germane, after a residence in England, or some acquaint ance with our c?nntrttmen, to write English ex tremel well. Mr Pnckfonl wrote "t athek" in Frenoc, with all the case and charm of a Pari alin. Goldoni, an Italian, after isome years re~sidene in Ptaris, wrote a comedly in Frcli, which nequired wreat reslebrity, and long kept possession of the French sta'ge, in eompany with the commsies of 3loliere. To compose Latin anti Greek is common to sehooliovs and professors at Oxford Whatever there may he surprising in any or nli of t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

VAN D)IEMEN'S LAND. Gartr-cacrst.--Tle search for gall still con ti:nes in Van Diemena'. LaIu., lit with very euiveocal indications. A gold-seeker wri:ing to a llcal paper says,-" I returnled from the nrircal:e4 Galdenl Vdlev. on Satunnr nirght; it ehould be Balldl Ditanppoictment Valleiy We, like the rest, get a sample, (for speeks can be ,ut i nalmost every place in the locality, but it would take anont 500 specks to fill a gun cap, nad would take a week to procure;) there is gold to a certainty, and no doubt will be found in ,reat quantity; but in my opinion, not within afteen or tweity miles from the present a?ing.? I las'told on Thurrday lrt on the aork of ;, Lomond (an extensive ringe of montalino) the:t is an old crater arontl which thero is a geat qqtntia; of ccrystalised sulphur, which prolab!v accomnts i, the siniularlr briglt appearance of the gold. We about two holes, one about two feet, and the otu.: ambout twelve feet, feur of which we eat through the solid elite, in t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WRECK OF THE "ISABELLA WATSON." [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

WIIRECC OF TIHE "ISxlBE?LhA TATSON^." ." r.estenlear nrprtel the strandin-orn lo r re ashp on Poiat Nepean, Port Ph'ilia Healds. The statemen' of.tlie plont aie weat to t erasait ane led 'o'l:?e s:~niaion t!lat the ?nelI ?als the Carmb I s, with em:igrants. Capptain A'ddis and Ar Malav, After chartering the steianer -.ae'r..:., pr."r~ ded t) the te ,cone of the w rec-, and lhrbiji r ppliid every abl s: their co'?na;d, le:narnel to? G?-oaon. st i niht from them ee learn the Gttloarian, pitrticaLrs:- The 'Infurtn: ate -iip w.ai. the Isabella n Wats-n. (??uani YTu!erton. froma L idon and Plrmonth, wnith 1C cabin and 34 inatrn:e.die and s?Leerae pa 'en-ert. .ho left ttPl'outha!, on the 3rd Ihermber. rold hld a ,0apraa.r s rne"r e until sle r:ien d n.Ti Pl.rt ia'liI heads ai Slndar Int: .At nirset ,ie t,:cid in f.r thie Heana!t deia trln ii i ap;aac;,.aly enelath noter . a? 'Jitk 'ln, . .thnlten arie :Tfl Pit NpcI a, wcrebr r ruer ,na in?shipiie,; a-:~ 1hie e'.ca':ne rlnai aa i,?le. An a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 March 1852

A, ACT TO F?i ?rAIX THE. PRtACICE OF I;AtI)BIxG. AND TIIE ISF OF ORFCEXE L.IaGUAGE. t[ASEXTED TO ntr JA.YsARY. (Prer.n,!e. Puni-hng- fr Camin sand use ofobscame la't?ma:.) \111TIE?E itt Ic oxl. -i.tt t make prosiion for the 1 more e ff cwally retrlni, tthe prarire of gpn 1'ine. and the u-0 of ntschre latqTp ge : lE IT E A TFrI) Iy Ii, Exrcpllt:Ct ItIe Li-nlet ou.t-Grrenor or tlh tf'O!onoy ot Ventri?, Iy an'd raith t-e adr.It and con= -nft orf tl Ir.rgs'atie Cl,ncil therrot, that from and iffer the pa?siun cfthis Actertry pfrn wieo shall be ;cusd kh-rhfo cr io.':t, in kelfnz or tamnting. I .tyi'Fi. cr bettrrLt or itih any tab!e cr icrtrumpnlt of e?iatnimZ tt nAry a.e or prottndet came ofl dchce in or . cy dosrc.trl hosee.or any p'.e •r-- -re moods ,: the Crown; ant every prson who'shill non any prc f-r., ind cr;t, or b-reene Itagnane in the ansnny.res or th inihabMisnir cr p~sseo?ers in any public scett or hiaco, ha! on hiin convicted lthenof bofore any rne ,r more J,;sfIte or Jue.it...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGISTRATION. (Registration of letters.—Bank notes or drafts should be cut in halves for greater security.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 March 1852

(RTh atioo cIf !ettir-iaa notes or drafls ehootd be .t.YIiI. Tr: s.r'm or rrilstrltin is ypteiroile tn'! d*?-nelti-e c? tofttr?i wilhot its:iction, whether .iey reroatat cin or ondesrnf lroator not. Parlivs tetdi Iror s or ,e rafca sht'it i be lItirte, fo ?lreatetlt eoC tit. t eat c h .,Lats oreinmfI in aireoi, aonL IaedtLan try ilrtL poat?. tet t tofee. tIiV. rlPoe~ ater'* or othoer r~eoens mor-.d in a pweorsich , when called t?ptn to regitr la letr, eit deeted alecr a aixyere* wiete ic, of oorti, eonoaoe oF all arei f relir tston tyhe b eto, e cerii l l·t er bill.) EXXV Ti fll asIdwe 3h oI regstered elettrs mtust Ill rwate?rl upon the " rimne r1I," or "Lettecr ill;" an' fa eill be nt rydie ohate ,eriter oIonoeninth llbe. aid in the erelt br a eliteineel ll tr biing n rnrred, t*renn. to certify it crri it, by ttechir, hw Iai tIls tle ilset etry, ie aIllehi the t lace 1 lterin ito rretr d~,aan* I-fr lIr,llll?+, follncr ll no plu~wltmr.dt, L?" I:.l sn}' I* "twen fordellvry ror despt?...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAGE STAMPS. (Letters beating stamps.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 March 1852

i'cstaoa SntS·P. ttillt Eai~tc~ hasiotst-r s~IO iton to theat ecyso * 1-'1 neasa (pt -eaisoar-o'td upan Bach l~etir poet seI es ... .5!: or .04's blF 5 toe stlrainps m o b a. (-orwldoazbemhrotbzmto.) *rrr -Lt~ i-L iiCT~a C CaIoe~ sie stomps to 1cm shoa ml- soaoar of yr~stae to ohici. :1 woold he liable C. pr.-.nold:eel elr zs'~the chard 5oo deltree .nh LC as~n crhe if5~T~es* es-ai Islii.~~ letrs-ate oos~t to harelented isthe ttaoesat i'ai Oitre.] ~i Lsltee' 5.iri~-ol n~n parto bavoidozl eac. -.1 .,..c.Lzn e~~lrr no-ce. i Ice enn~tar. ra er rSci of ''c! Ef~epo. $eesayor La he ohtsoesi (mm I:rGaeemi i~ss Olielt. -iho~ce. XIlCTI Tim: os-eel~ P~~scin esis be requifred otoeti oaet·r;~~ t.. i~ f5Ici4 e·hil they will obtain, any -a req niaie~n, foaans Ire Ganeei N~ot 013c 52She hlgeaaoe, viz.: Twa-p-a~nn . 2L'...... ~ iosno~om on ol et: onT .a-np. tgtaesplsooipllclis t __ ~i eg w~a~nclr so a 'etoetlao nTIf. A ;':aaa-ieeedr ,.a esnn. will be Otnene ojz-etairo !e,toamoe~whtels~' wnltb~ su:Pt...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 March 1852

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