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

EU?tRO'EAN ISTELLIGENC. A fearful visitation has befallen the kiagdloe of Naples. The villages and towns of one en tire rgion have been laid in ruins by the sudden and repeated shocks of an earthquake. AtI Toronto many dwellings were overthrown in a few moments. For nmanymiles round, in the district of Basilicata, the fatal convulsion of nature spread terror and dismay, while at Bari and 3ialli whole.streets and all- the principal buildings were levelled to the gra?m id. hundreds, if not thousands, of human victinim being over whelmed in their fall. No previous perdurbs tion of the elements seems to have presaged'the approach of the relentless foe. The summer air was calm, and the clear wave broke upon the strand as it had done every morn and eve for 70 vears before. Household traditions had indeed preserved the tale of similar disastars some time, about the year I789; but the details of horror had long since- come to be regarded as almost fbaulas amrong an illiterate and enjoying p...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Wednesday, December 31. BILLS ASSENTED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

Wednesday, December 31. S ILLS ASSENTED TO., The SPEA?E. a.nounced that his ExTellency the Lieutenant-Governor had, on behalf of her 3Lsjrstv, assented to the following bills, passed during the session, viz.: No. .-The Abolition of Fees in Public Ollices Bill. No. 2.-The National Education Boanl Ineor poration Bill. No. 3.-The Appropriation Bill. Tim POSTAGE ACT AMENDMENT nELL. On the motion of the ATronOsr-GExEuAL this bill was read a third time and passed. NOTICEIS OF MOTIno 3[r FAwskren intimated his inteltion of po.tporihg, until Fridav, the following notices of motion : 'fhat this house is of opinion that no order, to. the following effect be incorporated in the stfand ing'orders of this Council That every public or private bill introduced into the Council, shall be printed ard delivered to each menmber, one clear week before the first reading. '1h:at fourleen clear lavy shall intErvnes be tween the first and second readings, and tba stf7f bill in fill shatll be printed in one ...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

Th1r. Itgn J u:.ru I-F!ving fI~si, for llubart Town.

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

rIOI IITOBAiT TOWN DIRECT, . h th firs fact sail'" ciprrr lrig " Gy Z EI1 I;,'" 40w tons. J.1?IFS pit ýEY, com........ . . 'r d le!,'did 40 s t tbea rId - r, t to reurn o irect to this 10rt, ohll.r a first ate pporlality lo j:orrl i a ir 0 to I tornide tl: 0 101s It o hto rseso , dorv.s, ae., for tie jLtinat the Van DiouelCI' tard rae of prteer. r ao dl. o t r-' royer. For fr(cl taor parssrlc, ? arn P tr Clr tacin u Es'., on noard; or, to 31r slar.td, l -to. O l'ent. Colo Ttrraoe. D Ah barSque vNcGIRSrD. claso.o at lor0's far ,, ytrF,, 0 atons IbairoLaL,, Wt"Lt.IAM 0 RWOD, cauaradcr, tile acratemeportrio of her cark abing acm 1opnl, tlis Svesse will meet witlh qlck dcstelcl. Has old neconmodattion for cablin pafsOcn'rs. Ap ly to rlonAr. Itelos ne.& CO., Cr0lo0l and Nel bourne. T1 O LO NDON, to lead at Point Sternn- thie fine A I barlque EnCIIANTER, 4JF'I tout J. WII.A\t I)tTItIE, commander. This spleandli 5rcl nade hlcr cladn nlt passPge fiol m x rart ? a to aort Plhillit i ...

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SHIPPING IN HOBSON'S BAY, JAN. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 January 1852

Slrn'~'i Iis [IOBns-'s nB.r, JAx. I. x l-.:zoss, ilrp, 1103 tons, W. Grern, commander, for Adclaile, shout 31st instant. rWe-thy ani Co., asents. .an. ship. 523 tons. John Ross Bel, conrmantr, for Adlaide about I:he lst Instant. Jacksons, Re mnd Co,, ag-nt irrt., Eoon, r,53 tora, A-. French, manter, Wa'sor anl Wight, ar nUs. anneaa barqes, 40O trns, JIan iaomef, master, Dal gery. Gore iand Co, agents. aran-r.s,::as, barque, 4;8 toun., 3. Passmore, master. Wesaanal,, loss oand co, a n's. :raiTrBELx , ship, Captain lIa'ding, has al' her wool oi board, a.-d will s.-.l for London in a fei days. Jo'ln Orr a.lr Co, aient,. oy-asa?e, ba-qup, 57. ton', S. M'Beatth. commandrl , afr Sina-ipcrv. a lull atip, nraliing forhands. Dal glry. G(;rar.aLd C., a;ra.." . -J:::13oa n ,a sj:d, James Uol;dpool, enmmander, for Sydr.r, atout t(Le 3rd Jaaanar, Jackson, iaet! axn Co d . .::tsI *..:..::',, bria, 3r1 fons, J. 3l:ddleton, master, UGri.i!,t., Fint.ir, and Co.. enst.s, Irar.rcro, h =rne.u. 10 tors,...

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

MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. SDecember 31-J.Lav lIobilliar.d, schooner, 56 e?s, Peter Coles, roster, from Guernsey, no pas e ,ers. L)emhcinr 31--Colina, schooner, from Gulihen Vy in ballast; and 25 passengers in the steer December 31-Lordl Stanley, harqne, 769 tons :d. James, commander, from.Liverpool Septem or 9tht. Passengers-cabin, Mr and Mrs Turner Ir ain Mrs Bateman, Mr J M'Coma.s, [r Chas. Siliuty, MJr l)ver, and one hundred and teenty a theintermediate. December 31-Ameer, barqne, 456 tons, 11. ehleotte, commander, from London via Ply ilth September3rd. Passengers-cabin, Capt . J. I'erry, Mrs Perry and family, Mios BTrratt; ties F.treswell, Miss ilr.liley, Mi;s BIigg, Rev. :. 11 Barnet, Messrs C Farewell, French Esq, :rgeon; Intermediate-Marv Pelt and familv, Sryv Ann Laver, Larv Anne Bishop, Eliz li:er, C Irens and wife. II Marshall, I1 Robin g., wife and family, Josplh Robinaon, IngI. Ianning, Elizabstlh Ilants, F Griy and wife, Jas :inrke.. Thos Roberts, J D 'rriue, wife and hild, C...

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

IMPORTANT TO SETTLERS, STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS THE uniersigned invites the publlic, particularly the above, to the in snection of a newlyinvivnted anderlefect - IHand Flour and Co;t ,or ill. The principle being quite novel, a patent has been recently secured by the ir ven tcers in England. The advantages ,rver all other ltand Mills consist in the fol lowing, viz., one bnshel(.f wheat call with ease he mrround by one man in from 20 to 30 minutes. Its extreme simplicity renders it not likely to go out of repair. Corn of any description can he ground by it, the portable nature of it, ar'd the small space required for its er C ion. To Grocers 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 store. " Invoices of general hardsriare. &c., &e , constantly on hand of consignments direct from the maker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

MATTHEWV HOLMES EGS to intimate that he is now pre pared to receive, dump, and ship wool. on the most reasonable terms, and to effect Sales of Sheepskins, Tallow, &c. Also, to SUPPL Y SETTLERS, WITh FLooR, fine a.d seconds, of war ranted quality, mlade from wheat of Port Phillip growth TEA, Hysonskin, twaukay, and Congou SUGc.t, Zehu, Pampagra and re fined To.Acco, best brands, in and out of bond VWOOLPACKS, TwINE, and ROPe Soap, candles, bluestone, flour of sulphur Ruddle Ironmongery. Ryrie-street, Geelong, Nov. 4th, 1851.' i PRINTED FORMS. ALWAYS on Hand, the following Forms: Import Forms Do, with Declaration Expoit Forms Home Consumption do Dues do Sufferance do Coastwise Clearance do Reguage and reweigh do Bills of Lading Dog Forms J. J. WiLrr.T.Mrs, Bookseller and Stationer. Market-square, Geelong. 8 PISTOLS, "UST received a few pairs of handy ' Pocket Percussion Pistols. ALSO, A fewsets of Tioy Scales and Weights; superior low priced Tents, Tubs, &c., with evrr...

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GEELONG LABOUR MARKET. THURSDAY, JAN. 1ST, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

GEELONG LABOUR iARKET. Totnsalr, JAX. tsT, et51. Married couple, Tor home stations, £55 to £03 per annum, w.th ratioons. clarricd c-uples, for out stations, taking two flocks, ditto. £f0 to £?3. Married couple, for out otatlioos, taiogone dlck, ditto, £50. Shepherds, with rations, £35 to £10 per annum. Huotkepera, with rations, £J0. Bullock driver, per 3ear, £`5 to £50 do. Iullock drivers, per week, with rations, £1 to £1 I?C. Busoh crpenter, dito, with rations, X£2 Coots, for men, per week, £1 les. General servcnts, for staions, per antumn, £30. Ditto ditto, in town, £2 per wtek. Farm serator', per rees, ditto, t0s. Hzvmakernj ditto ditto, 25s. BRepers, per acre, ditto, ISs. Thorough Iouse serrants, per annum, £20. Housemaide, di:to £16 to £20. X1ursemaids, ditto, £18, Laundresses, dit!o, £22. Cooks ditto, £2'. The demand for labotur is ver great, and the suppy very inadequate. Female servan's am not to be had at any price, and the wages quoted are merely nominal. Married couplei a...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 30th October, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

•GO FE ,,L?, T GAZE,'TE. Colonal Secretary's OlIce, - cllbourne, '4th October, IS. It?slaltions with re.arJ to the aploinltment-. Se., of C rk.o in the service of the Colonial Gtar-ament. iS E tasiltecpc the Lieaut.ant Gorernor has been .lcl ir t todirt t .lt he foeloing regulations be o?cstrsd wth resper, to the appointenta po:aclion, remuner.tion ntd geieral duties of Clerks atehede t, the different departments of the Gacernmeatof tols Coh!oy. .tPOItoTo toTr. "o person who ieas not prevlously been in the service of the Goverment, and by that means proved himself competent, is to be placed u.on the pernlune:it litablish ment uf an Ouile. un!i le has beet eexaoined by a Boar, to he atp.,intnd by His Eicellency the Llerteoast-Go etenor, ao, reposted upon as thied for pus!ie enplo' T..e Fprincips points to be as?~rtolnel by this entzl ucrton re. ttest the applicant writes a c erlreible hand with fre!ity ad qlniLkness; that he is tertect in all rulesn f aritltmie net sarc y for the de;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

87EAK 170 LAU'TCESTO. 'H.E CITY OF 1ELBOURNE (screw & steamer), will leave Hobson's E1,y, on Monday Evening next, 5th instanht without fail, for the above port. Fur freight or passage, apply to G. W. COLe, . Cole's Wharf. Irelbourne, January 2, 1852. TO SHIPPERS OF GOLD. - The Aberfoyle, to tail about the 0lah Instant, will be die 6irt direct opportunity for London after the sailing or the Brilliant. For frNight. apply to WILLIAUN T[F3IIS or SrRAClIAW and Co. Geelong, January ht, 1-52. SOL D.-Wanted immediately, 0ne :-l Tusmd Ounces of Gold. ALBrED Doc:GIA?s, VW'ol rart. SOLD BUYERS, or SHIPPERS, on Diegers' account. TrOinuE, SPAEns Co , at their Vlarehouse, on tle Beach, Morrabuol-ntreet j.tt. ____________ JD . TOW L having disposed ofis intD ret I tn ie buslntesofthe APOTHIECARIE' HALL, Yarra-strcer,Gelon, to Dr. SOIAW, bitl:erM carrieLd on under the idle ol TOWL?t & Co., rlquQe't tllhat all amounta doe to hitneetfor the copatnytlbe pail to 9Ir. JAtIl- 3WESTEN', Ap...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, JAN. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCO ION Sa.TR.DAY, JiA. 3. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, Paintings and Engravings. By J. G. Carr, at II, town lots; at 1, household furniture. By J. G. Carr, at 11, 10,000 Bricks. MosnDA, JAN. 5. By J. G.Carr, at 11, property of Mr S. Duggan. By Carver & Dalton, at 11, Stock-in trade and naredeemed pledges. TUESDIY, JA.N. 6, 1852. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 12, Building and Viila Sites. By J. G. Carr. at 1, Brick Cottage. By Carver and Dalton, at 11, continua tion of Clearing Sale.

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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

OCITSTA?DI;NG ACCOUNTS.-As it i the intnttion of ::te Propri?~r of the ADVERTISER AND INTELLI OGENCE to dipeots witbh the r:Cersof aCoIlectr in fature. parties indebted are requeed to call at the cd:'e, and make sertlenteu of their accounts. Those w:: obts ahTch bare beenstndln: tan unreans?nable ti :e ? ? be r*eorrted in a uumnriry manner. SATURMDA).1Y iMORNING, JAX. 3 1,852.'

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THE ADMISSION OF JEWS TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

THE ADMISSION 'OF JEWS TO PAR LIAMENT. wrETHfEn Alderman Sdlomons or Baron Roths child take their seat in, the [louse of Commonis is a matter of little import to the people, as far as those gentlemen are themselves concerned: hut a great principle of religio?s lilerty will he violated in their persons should they loner he 'excluded from Parliament We knoir full well that hath the member for London and the representative of Greenwich have not b.en retu?rne on their merits as statesmen, or for their liberalitras politicians. They are bothhhe representatives of accumulated. and overgrown captal--the maini curse of this cunntry. We shlnlJ like to see suchne menexcluded by the people; not on the gronnds of religios faith, oron account of their refusal to take a trumpery oath, but, in fet, samply because we believe the tradingr system of [oses and Co. is more than sufficiently repre sented salreal by Chnstiaans in the. House of Commons. -But that the' House of Peers should presume to dict...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

\VE have devoted considerable space to an interesting historical sketch of the doings of Parliament in the year just closed. There never was a session in which there was so much of that un profitable process, " GtISDIGN' TII E wr'-R," exemplified, and yet there were a few good motions carried, which dt serred more attention than was bestowed on the great topics of the day. One of these has been strangely overlooked in this colony; and yet it was one which ought to have arrested our attention, being no less than a solemn declaration of a fair house, in favor of merging the Territorial Revenue of England in the General Revenue,- STRIPPING THE '.ROWN OF ONE OF ITS MOST CHERISIIED PREROGATIVES. The words of Lord Dnncan's motion for infringing on the rights of the Crown are uninistakeable, ar.J may he studied with advantage by the few sticklers for ultra-loyalty amongst us. The motion was, "That all moneys received from the royal forests and other branches oft the LA::D REVENUES OF THE C...

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THE RIGHTS OF LABOUR. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

TILE RIGHTS OF LABOUR. (Communicated.) TrE present is a time to try the truths of po litical precepts. The politico-economical school has reganled, and do still regardl labour as a mere commedity, as beng worth just as much as it will fetch in thi market, and no more. When human beings were at a low figure, there was no outcry on their behalf, immigration kept rp a supply adequate to the wants of the community, the staple of the colony rose in prie, provisions were cheap, carriage was low, every thiy went on sweepingly for the capitalist, and the country was decared to be prosperous. La blar up tohis timen took its chance, and hut Lcp.prs luxuriated in eighteen pounds a-year, nld rations. But the tables turned in Septem ber !a-t. since whieh labour has been the prime comnmodity, and for the first time ii the records of Lrit'ih Hiistorv has assumed and maintained ;- predo-J inancr, which bids fair to be permanent Lir imny a long day. But labour now as here to!hre is only worth as mch...

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THE MORMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

THE IMontOxs.--i Soame two hliunreai ormons left, St. Louis on ;tho 7th for Council Bluffs, whence they will proceed immediately to Silt Lake. The Republican, in nnoicing their de parture say, " our city is the great recruiting point for Mormoi emigants, from Enland ansi the Eastern States, and the former splecially, whose fimds generlly become exhbaustal by the time they rechl it, generally stop hera several months, and not unfrequently remain atmong us a Tear or two, pending a resunption of their journey to the Salt Lake. Those fiomn the Eastern States, ordinarily leave their homes only when they have suflicient means to take them throughi the entire journey, and for that reason rately stop here over a few days, or at rnost a few weeks. There are at this time in St. Louis, about three thousand English Mormons, nearly all of whom are masters of stome trade, or haxv aequired experienca in some profession whlich they follow now. As was said, they have no church, but they attend divin...

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CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

CALirFOIRLkA \We have been favoured with Californian papers up to'the 24th of October. The news of the discovery of our hundred weight of gold l:ul caused considerable sensa tion. The Alta California, in an rticle upon the subject, thus speaks of it: " Notwithstanding these dazzling stories, it is our conhdent opinion that the Koh-i-noor of all the Pacifie golden wealth vet lies omuewhere in the soil of California.' ifour Ensiish nleilhbours have commenced to take out old hv' the hun dred-weikht, we shall soon l~oin to lift it by the ton. If their story be tral told, however, we must confess that it looks 'distressingly like 'a beat.' We have run upour specimens of solid ore to thirty and forty ounce lumps, but this South Sea discovery throws us in the shade." The accoluts of mlinng operations were still extremely favonrable.. .It is stated that the success ofthe miners in the Northern regions was " most astonishin'-." A company ait Indus try Bar took out, in three days, 5,000 dolla...

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A NEW MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

A NEW 3IUSEUWI. Prince Albert presided at. the opening of the new National 3[enenoof PracticalGeology. The edifice in which the collection is an ged is in Jermyn-street,. having one front in licca dilly. The 3Teinm owes its, origin to Sir Henry de Ia IBeehe, and dates as fir back as 1835. Since 183, -aso n tensive collection has grnduall accumulated under the superin endence of theGovernment. The specimens were origi nally kept in Craig's Court, Charing-croes, but as they have long outgrown their habitation, a new one has beein provided, havin_ an entrance in Jermvn-street, and a front in Picadilly.. It is entered fromnJermyn-street, bvavery spacious hall, which is devoted to the exhibition of ail the buillinig and arnamental stones of the British islands. In ases around the hall are specimens, in =ix inch cbnhes, of most of thie native sanid stones, oolitee, limentonee, granites, and porphy. ries. The vestilu:e is facei with Derbyshire alabaster, pilasters ofgranite from Seodlansd,...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 January 1852

Ten H?aRESv;.-Notwst tanding the anxious fears that were naturally occasionel on the sub ject of the harvest, by the gold discovery. We are happy to learn that the crop, irhich are more than nusally rich and abnndant, are likely to be prosperously gathered in all over the colony. The wheat in the county of Camberland is remarks bhl full and hearvy and the total breadth of acres sown within the colony is far larger, we be liere, than in any former year. We derive oar information on this sbject fi-rom a gentleman of unquestioned intelligence, and extensive colonial experience, who has during the last fortnight been engaged in reaping his wheat on the borders of the metropolitan county. He informs as that he has experienced no difliculty whatever in obtaining reapers at a small advance upon or dinary rates of wages. These faels are exceed ingly enconraging, as thev afe:d conrincine evidence ththat the agricultural puruits of the colony have been by no means neglected, not withstanding ...

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