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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
'"SE'E I'. GESR.LWVG HARROt'R. .-: :: ti,~s brail":c. 4!( i~m* J. Jam-+, mi ter, 1aid on -dntI.4&ttD r,rsACu SmodA't. ra . ¢z-rz.l, tr·C"G. VD to-. A ll~t~ar ..do: nn f.)-1r-dor. JaakLcn. Rz'a nd Ct. agent. 20!Lc : i '.:1G oil E '. B--xi c. =as'eý Jr m a-: :1P rM -.tE., ihb:.ii- vc * or.% - i t t J. o lnrrr, rar fro C.:.r. r J. Vhnm,. asrf Co., agest;. n'-:.ir. t.^+ sc tlnr. !ai~i n",. taoson. t diayL. (L'ocday) Digetr.Gore " n rr acin'-r. 32 0mstail :K 'o v-o r, v.-a.. oot. , S nd , cmleaed for 1:~. 1c Thoo.or . Spoko.d aol~ 1W. rr cooo 1* E. Out Itoi. bo.n--ine, 63 can-. C. Catre.. .., .ioe"Slotma, W. Waikr, minneor1oai "- r d-o3n. S':o,. n ICo.. amut. 72 taou. li up. v; o. ta.3 II. tors, laidup
PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
PORT' PHIiLtlP ITFAfl. t la'ri -I+ . it l na le'e thn 21 v03+P~a en '-Irl PoiL hllKip iipodn. We can mit- -iro 9 1rtrzculat respe'til:- one-half tof t. , of if li. feim fr leimi. fr-it Stfiner, with Chiresne pairenr,. vi-lgn, ft-am Pl~rntauth. with emig'ranti, '.' Faque, frtn Hobart T-"' . .1. e :1 i i iMna uter t-cr. .o Stier. :~o.s"o3re f at-i Srdnar. a t r fiSn' loue, f A 'rtoiiia * ,- ha Siret i%' 'rtzn- f-a-n Gottenbur . ' ' :R". bt1 an front nznnporn. via Adeinide. rdAt, sonar-er, f-am iobsrt Tawa. * czitjae-t , anktrln.
CRUSHING QUARTZ FOR COLD AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
CRUSHING QUARTZ FOPr GGI AUSTRALIA. i TIE commercial writer of the Time-, ' course regarded as an authority by the I ral pulblic, thus writes on the suiect c' e-c !.ng in California and Australia. Nearly three-quarters of a million s:e. pears, according to the advertisementi d 'rimes, about to be raised for Calif ni.! Australian Quartz Rock-Crushin" Coer After three years of quiesence the I.ondo'~ have suddenly turned their attention to tai ject, anl within the past few weeks their ness to participate in the adrentures tiyrfL9 hitherto scorned and disregarded has .ed s t pay from fifty to two hundred per cent. It, for the privilege. Under these circntrr' the question is not so much whether m?i Californib may be attended with prof??'i salts to any persons who hbooses to elt: it, but whesherthe exclusive, rights ci i:! been recently vended at such enutra. : profit, are so diffiiult to be obtained as to i these premiums rational. The leases ul : the speculations are founded are all ae ...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
SYDNEY. TRI FinsT GOLD DiscovenRn.--It is recorded in some of the records of the penal days of New South Wales, many yoers ago, that a convict re ceived fifty lashes' for being fun d with a piece of gold in hli posse-sio, , am1 which he stat-d he had picked up nomwl?c;re in the Bathnrst lis triet, The sentencing magistrate discr-dited his story, and jumnpel to the c ,nchlntim tiht i, rncimt have stle.a it! ooIr f?lloe, if his .judge coud! rise from the grave, and ee mnlaters as se all see them no,-a-live, he woulld he satiel?ed thnt circumstantial e?slence is not always to Le relied on. Armier.atcs CoeavcsTeiross HIouswArnn Boisu.--Our gold discoveries, have, oft cmrse, caused an immense number of private communi cations to be h ent. l:ct.e .e ... Sdr.e Hera' , te fo ;ai ;. th. A ustraral Go , Com . t -- " Sydne. , 'Friday', .1ay 1o -' :i Char!es,-- take tins err't::"i c again to ron, although I ?-.." L: ago to you, to let you ,.no.: t, , large reion ctaiong yo e l i, I, by Mvr. Edw...
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
To the Editor of the GCeelon Advertiser and Intelligencer. Dear Sir, I have to request that in your next issue you will correct a misstatement that appars in this mornings paper, re'ative to the evidence given by Dr. Baylie, at the inquest, on the body of John Egan, who is represented to have stated "that. on removing the scalp, a fracture or injury of the bones appeared;" now the very converse is the fact. Dr. Barlie s statement was-- I have made a postmortem examination, and par ticularly examined the head ; the scalp of which Iremoved. I could not trace any i1eturn or other injury of the bhnes of the hbend." It is unfortunate this error occurred, as it has a tendency to make the medical evidence appear inconsistent, and otherwise increase public excitement. Yours faithfully, FORSTEIR SITAW, Coroner. March 27th, 1852.
POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 26th March. BFronR his Worship, the Mayor; Alexander Thomson, Esq.; Captain Fyans; and J. G. 3L'3illau, Esq. nonBERr. Henry Phillips, the individual who was ap prehended last week, on suspicion of being one of the parties concerned in the murder in Corio street, on Saturday week last; buhat who had been discharged by reason of insnfllciencyof evidence; was again charge? with robbing a person of the name of Thomas of £22. Mr. Thomas stated, that on Friday evening after returning from a ride, he went into the anrd of MIr. Pur-leet, the Bush Inn. Whilst there, the prisoner and two other men, whom he could not identify, knocked himdown and robbed him of £22; they also kicked and abused his wife who came to his assistance. Could posi tivelr identify the prisoner at the bar, as the man who held him rin the throat, whilst his t.ro csapv.ions robbed him. Caroline Thomas, the wife of the prosecutor, being, sworn, deposed that on Friday evening, her huaband and hersel...
THE PEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
THE PEELS. TirE first Sir Robert Peel, who made the great fortune of the Peel family by cotton spinning, and more especially by calico printing, was a member of theI House of Commons, into which he intro duced his son, the late Sir Robert, at the early age of 22. The first Sir Robert always fondly predicted, even during his son's boyhood, that he would become a Statesman. In much the same spirit, the late Sir Robert watched the appearance of his son, who is now in the Colonial Office. A London correspondent says : "It has always been our opinion that young MIr Frederick Peel, who has suc ceeded to the post vacated by M3r Benja min Hlawes, did not accept that onerous and thankless berth without consulting the confidant and friend of his late father-without having the advice and approbation of the Right Honorable Ba ronet the Member for Ripon. This, which might at the first blush, seem to be shrewd surmise, is now almost re solved into positive certainty. " We learn from a Carlisle pa...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
SOUTH AUSTRALMA. The South Australian Register of MIarch 20, announces the arrival in Ade laide of Captain Tolmer, and the govern ment escort, from Mount Alexander. The total amount of gold which had been deposited at the Adelaide Assay Office, valued at £3 11s per ounce, amounted to £55,398, of which the recent arrival brought £10,729. The Register indulres very naturally in a strain of considerable exultation on the subject, and boasts that the Mount Alexander miners gave a preference to South Australia in the transmission of their gold. It also advocates the esta blishment of an assay office, a subject which will become of growing impor tance.
GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
GEELONG GOLD CIRCLULAR. TnHEE has been a slight advance in the prices of Gold this week. The buying figure being from 58s. 6d. to 58s. 9d. A corresponding advance seems also to have taken place in Melbourne. A few buyers for the Adelaide market have effected this, some shipments for that place having turned out pretty well, notvrithstanding the many drawbacks. A great quzntity of gold must be held in hands, as there seems a general unwil lingness among the sellers to part with it at the price. The news from the dif ferent digging are still very flatterng; though there may not besomanyinetances of extraordinary individual success, still the diggers generally are remuneratively employed. The scarcity of water is now generally and extensively felt, and a great many are returning to town with the in tention of waiting till theycan more regu larly and successfully pursue their aveca tions. There can be nothing like fixity of price until we have English capital out and reenlar agencies es...
OFFICIAL DECLARATION THAT TRANS PORTATION WILL NOT BE DISCONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
OFFICIAL DECLARATION TIAT TRANS PORTATIONT WILL NOT BI DISCON. TINU'D. We have ree-ired authoritative in formation that the English government is determihed to perpetuate? transporta tion to " Van Diemen's Land, and such other Australian colonies as might con sent to receive them." It stems that Mr. J C King had had an interview with Earl Grey, and MIr Frederick Peel on the 25th November, at which Earl Grey unreservedly made this announcement. Ir King, in order that there should bhe no mistake about the matter, made a minute of Earl Grey's remarks, and sent it to him for correc tion. On the 10th December, Earl Grey returned the corrected minute, so that we may now look upon it as a deliberate enuciatien of the intentions of government. iWe shall give the " minute" in our next.
[?]STRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
;TRACTOP SALES BY AUCTION TrrvslA31 MARCH 30. SCar Ot I, Merchandise. D. C Dalton,at 12, Flour, Pota azs, apples, &c • "'nNFS1A'Y, ~I rCII 3!. S. lhutton & Co, at II, lierchan ii TanRs1o, APRIL. 1. anrer ad Dalton, at -, Spirits, Ale, Cer Cigsrs, and Cheese. ier, Cstr at 1, ,rown Lots. SFInxv, APRIL 2. SJ. B IJtton & Co, Land and Baild isS ft Kildare. ' [osNaY, APRIL 5 J G. Carr. at 1, Building Lots. Ti ESDA, APRIL 6. S. Carr, at 1, Cottage, Land, Fur "i t . pylseF.sn.I, APRIL 7. S .! Carr, at 1, House and Land. Trlu?soR , APRIL S. l. J G. Carr, at 1, the Brig Gazelle. ..i rG zle
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
CORONE'S INQU.fST. Tan inquest which was held on the body of John Egan, on Thursday and Friday last, at the Pont Inn, had not terninated when our reporter left. We now supply the concluding evidence which compl.et;y proved the eause of death to have been accidental, In our p'evieun report, a ma terial error occurred in the evidence of Dr. Barlie, from the ea5stitntion of the article " a' for the word "no," in the sentence, "on re. moving the scalp, no fracture or injury ap peared:' John Holdman, cooper, living near New Town, deposed as follows -I remember Saturday last; about half-past nine in the afternoon the women belonging to the house went outside the door to get some firewood; a man called to them ; they immediately called me; I went outside the door, and saw a man, I asked him if he had missed his road; he said "no ; he was perfectly well aware where he wan;' I told him there was no roan where he wan ; that is, le was outside the fence (my house is inside the paddock ;) he mu...
THE COMMERCIAL "PIVOT." [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
TEHE COMEECIAL "PIVOT." The Loriona ppers are actually babbis hoabout the Youw Yalng, and the " Comirr ' Pivot," which must be strange phraes to' Yet unascus:omed ears of the Cockneve. Er in such a grave piece of compositrin as the "o article," which is considered to be "to joke, we find the followin: - Oar direct alvices this morning from Pc Phillip are to June 6th only, but ther s t intermediate accounts of interest. Frn; h??e bourne it is stated "The drought has fairly broken up, ana have been vi-ited with mild and copious rJ r during the last few days. We hear that penetrated over nearly the whole of the int baying been experienced in the Geelong, more, and Mount IMaceeon districts. The is now coming forward, the only danger to bring from to soft feed." The latest Geelong advices refer to a soiei mine being, discovered, and state- T "A. vesel has been advertisel here fr th land of gold, with great inducenients I'ld to proceed by her, in the shape of chenp pa-rl liberal allowance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
JUST oP7ED, AND NOW ON SA'LFa- Price and Co.'s golden oil Dr. Frampton's pomnatum Delcroix and Co 's casto: o! pomade Price and Co.'s bear's grease - Do. (ircassian cream - I'n. cold cream Rosrand's Mac ssar oil Hughes and Jones's biochrine--the life of the hair Delcroix's moll ne for the hair Price and Co.'s vegetable hair oil i'elcroix's handoline Price and Co.'s Persian rose soap Do. patent almond soap Do. fashionable tablets iTtrhes and Jones's city soan Price and Co.'s real brown Windsor Do. rypophagon orne plus ultra shaving soap Prince Albert's ambrosial shaving cream, Exhibition soaps' Delcroix's vegetable extract R air dyn 't Lavender waterr Ean de Co!eone Perfumes of the most exquisite fragrance Price and Co.'s tooth powder Brushware and combs of every descrip tion al- avs on hand Cutlery of every sort, Al the Temple of Fashion. F. Fea-cr. Corin-street. G~c elnn "1 Coahs, ld. old As:a, lloarsenes~ Shortness of Breat., and all Pul monarrand Bronchialafectiofns are tmnmediat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
GEELONG. t r teOd Ole ra, naqelment of Mr. Decrini5g. STIfllED ATTRA CTION. I .an )irs. H ydes every Evening. 2 \S(rI'; OF PERFORMANCE .," EVERY NIGHT. THIS EVENING, 3ARCII 30, ihe perfo:mances will commence with A LOVER BY PROX"Y. S urv Lawless ............. Mr Hydes " ir Bronmiy ....... Mr Hasker L r4 te'r Elushington .. Mr She:,rcroft ... ...... r Meadows s. ibs ...? ....... Mr Webster irs nt ........--........ Mr Hollo'ray L' iss Penelope Prude.. Mrs Webster ;e Bromnley ............ Ms Hydes IGarrIett........... Mrs Stubbs S............ ... Mrs Davis a l e eucceeded by the Performances of 'THiE ETHIOPIAN CHEIOIR .? ,......... ..Mrs Webster. S. Dance ........ Mrs. Stubbs. .g .:................ Mrs Webster. -c" To conclude with THE CROWN- PRINCE ; S OR THE BECKLE OF BRILLIANTS. i" i.derick Storke, a son of a ni ht watch man ...... Mir Hydes 1 e Katherine ............. Mrs Hydes Boxes, 4s; Pit, s,. Doors open at ;if-past Seven, performance commences ty ;~rht o'clock. t BUILDING ALL...
THE GEELONG MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 March 1852
Ta- GELe.rc 31"nanc.-Tho Government bane otfre. a re.arni of £50 for the discorerv of t-e murderer or murderers of Charles 3ac Kenzi,, at Geelon , '2th inst. Nrw Tosrstir-The Government Gazette nn!ounces tihat a new town.hip has been laid oct at Streatham, on the Fiery Creek, on the main roa-l from Geeloag and Melbourne to the Gran.e and Portland. THE LATE MURDER AT BALLARAT.- We are happy to state that there is every probability of Goldman, the murderer of Corporal Harvey being captured.-- Herald. Gore rEa Escoa^.-The Eiort, on Friday, lronght to Geeiona the following quantities of M3ount Alexander Gold : Ozs. Dats. J. J. B lehiand .. .. 37 0 William Waller .. .. 20 0 r.enj?nrin Lan .. .. 3S 0 Benjamin Candy .. .. 35 0 John Fualong .. .. 102 0 John Farlonx .. . 86 0 Dislin and Wilson.. .. 85 0 Dishn and Wilson.. .. 89 0 Charles Wilson .. .. 24 0 George Taut .. .. 19 0 John Shehnn .. .. 36 0 Total .. .. 511 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852
I IE ATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. TUdder the sole anag.emenet af Mr. Deering. CONTINUED A TTRACTION. }1r. and Mrs. Hydes every Evening. CHANG" OF PERFORMANCE EVERY NIGHT. THIS EVENING, MARCH 31, The perforiin'aces will commennce with II, ~* on;.edv.in 2 Acts, nrtitled WHO'S YOUR FRIEND ; OR. THIE QUEEySBUTRY PETE. Sir rl:.hx .tel ..... MSr Shearcroft Ln.tl I,-alhtble ........ Mr Webster Giles .... M.....- Mar ci9Tds Ct1: Rue a ........ Mrs Ilydes adly lalib RIl zot ...... Mr% Srubbs Mrs. Mittens ............ MLs ' ebster After nhich, EJTHIOPIAN 31ELOTDES By Messrs Ri:ey and Meadows. ng............. .... Mrs Webster. To concli;de iih The r e .an snecessful farce of SOMEBODY ELSE; Charsacers, Ihv Mr a'nd Mrs Hydea, and the shte gth of the CuimpaTny TEHLSP-AY EVENING. APRIL I, 'Ihe Periformncets wtil commence with the Co~nedietts of WHO SPEAKS FIRST; Cap:ain Chle........ Mr Hydes rIts Mili'.a ....:Mrs llydes (omitc Son:...... .r Meadows Song...................... Vr. Riley To he succeeded by t...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852
' A(-'' O SA?I. HY HA Uct ION V F ,)VMArc L 31. J j. S. IultZo C & Co, at I1, Merchan dise. ,* rm-R AY, ArIL. 1. car s.e Dali"n.at 12, Spirits, Ale, y1'er. Civts Chelese, and Oats. '. Ca' r.r 't 1t l own Lots. 9J" " i .,rAY, APRIL. 1. &,, C>, Lland and Build 5 " at Kilttar. sa 5 o'ny'. Apr:. 5 . J Carr at I, Buildine Lots. 'J .TesD~%, ARIL 6. ' S~G. Carr,at I, Cottage, Land, Fu - "nitr' Fsn.vo, ApruL .7. . G. C.rr, at 1, H~lio"e and Land. - CTIL.'nr, APRnLh . . l · ra .rr.nt' 1. thp Brigr (.Z-lle.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852
SYDN.EY-. DEPA.LETcL or TnH P.C. Ar -. Grace, writes the Sv!nec Free~maQ;:. sailed on last M3onda," in thel Heanrie; for Adelaide. The object of hi. Gr?ra Suthern and Western Aasndi is, i.* repce to matters connected with Ei important dutiei ae Metropolitan of t? ibman Catholic Episcopal Secsin the coluniee. We wish his Grace a hap4 safe and speedy return to Svdr e. the principal Catholics of S dne his Grace on board the steamer, 'nich [aged by them to tow the Henrietta n, Heads.-(There is a very strong impr.n his Lordship will pay Victoria a pisit return to Sydney.)