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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

VAN DIUIEN'S I.AND. I Fash Tr?.Do wiTI AcSTaALU.- A. Hobart Town paper in commenting on legislatirv doings say, the chief topic of congrtulation for the prelent session is the entire freedom of trade which has been establisbel under the new Customso Bill brought forwarl by Mr. Chap man, andl warmly persevered in by that gent!e man to its enccessfal irne. In tl;e rasing of this measure the Council has adopted a basis of taration tl:e chief merit of which is, that it is well umlerstood and easy of cullectior, em br-ing only a few articles which enter into general consumption:; nd we trust, with the exception of the spirit duties - which specil consiirations in teni colony have for the pre sect ,prevented the C-i:ncil from reducing to the sume rates as thes levied in the surround ihig colnuies-that the same principle will be followed out, and a unifori. Triff be carried in each of those dependencies. 31EeTI x of the League in Van Dicmen'A LtAd. The Conference of the Austra!ian League D...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY COMMERCIAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

SYDNEY CO33MERCIAL RECO2 Mar-ch Z0.-A fair average hu?ine?s 1 done during the past week; the !iae-: of sales. however, have been effected fr y tion, There is, at present, litt:e?isy speculate-a more healthy state of Ira haps, never existed in the colony. Ani our increasing intercolonial trada has considerably on various stocks, still ti continues adeasatelv supplied with e.t. tions of meretandise, and the p-ieo r. realized are such as must be satifacete: pirters and consignerP. Brandv.-Two or three parcels of Iri-' exchanged hands at aldvncs of : to 9d. 'p.r gallon - 5s 9d to G. given as quotations. Hennessy's-t per gallon. Rnm.-10 O.P., 2s Od ; 30 O.P., Os wards. Gin, in cases, 11s 6d to ~s. Wines-G-o ll samples are in demare, command a ready sale and pay:n r. Tobacco-The market continuues- dr.. the large parcels lately forcel at er^ tion. Sdles have been effected-K.. 6.1 to 8d; Barratt's at 2s. Ilold~!r willing to sell at these rates, and t. for good brands is looking up. Cigars-S...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

MASILA.. TnE rapid growth for the Iast few ve, the present importance, othe tutra" Manila and the Australasian colonies, ;3 nerallv known and appreciated. In the v the exportation of sugar from 3anijaI colonies was 16,546 piculs, or jut o"e-.t was imported into Great Br.tain. In 1F export inerealed to 135,819 pienlt, ani: to 180,988 picnls, or iust 20,000 p is' than was exported to Great Britmian whole continent of Europe, ar.d 50,g' more than was exported to the I nitej In 1849 the export of cigars to the-e4 was 7,277 I1.: in 1850, 10,938 31.; 16,270 31.: while in.the latter year tit Great Britain was 7,295 31.; to th States, 2,502 31.; to the Continent of 4,981 31, or 14,778 i3I. in all, beihn tl less than the export to the colonies. i. export of sugar from Manila in :8951 na pienl.s, of which we took nearly two. total export of cigars £6,207 "I., of c took one-fourth; the tatal expo-t rf 15,267 picalo, of which we took c:e.5'i.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

Ar?attA~l. s PaosEcTs.--lt is im i _.:b:e to JdaLt or paasay. the fact, thE tho entire L?teltaian Colonies are v, d,;sti'ied to mike a rapid advance in all the means of material pros perity. The pF~2Lbility of improved rE.-l vwelfare is not so cear. Thie eetion, therefore, of the conti' culc.-e' f convict transportation becomes to ;s oiie of immiense soc!l importance; an I th.-ugh we have been opposed :o the ytrnm :if dict-tito, and the abuses of I ua;'.:i'ett of thc Acti-transportation Lea;;., we cannot but feel that the Pc~~tp;Laio of cr 'vict transportation i;L:a 'JngLand to Aitstrali must :- rc->:?td with all the energy of *le p-,'le of thiz crlony. Apart from ite mr,'i itin~cese f r iaitation and risi:eace, we fed anite, ?stilied that we r;?n uwm appeal to thO aosl -s tiLvite por Sn , lfthe E ngli?a c.n ,isence wita a ' ;-.; r' au d- .Irc trscsecud ing the ef'ct of subscrip ticos, jprcio:atirn', and deleate apeeals. Ophir. '.a!liaut, and M?unt Aleaandcr will appeal with eloq...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

rELBOURNF. Taoors ros AFPsreALu.- The Times, 4th Decemher, reports that the 71wt regiment 2 bet. talions, stationed at 'ewry (North of Ireland;, and the 89th, at Clonmel, are under orders for Australia. Tau Erenrs orP A Inr.--`rq less than reGirT mrleriei occmrreI on Satunrdr sacd Seter day night, and the police are in tsosesionof the perpetrators of four, Berideu the rubbery at M1r. Thbr.m4n's mai woes norkeel down in iread day hliht in Rusellsatreer, aRl rubed[ of £30. Albernan lell sId aMr. Uilrker saw thIe whole affair, but were unable to rapture the thief. brother man war knocked down nplenite our ofick cli aererely injured--ad adaringrobherv was committed near the hospitl. lThe detie tires in securing a pri'oner were rn-hed by a niob of fellows, and were obliled to fire, wound ing one man in the chest. An uttept. wae m.,!e to rescue anorther l rirener, It the scoun dlrel were dircemfitted by ua reinlfrcemetnt of police.- Ilerirld.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WORKFOR THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

WOKFo R T?If LraE1GE.-In stri:king ccntirmation of our remarks a few days ago, on the present aspect of the Truns partation question, we copy the following statement from the 'Liverpool Albion' of December 1, written by the London corr sp:.ndent of that paper:-' To i lustrate the presumed stahbility of things Sthe Col.nial-oIlice, it ria" he ..:" tionel that at every interview Grey n:v affords to deputations, or to private is dividuals, Frederick Peel is invariably present, a:;d, to ail appearance, takes in what he hears from :he crac.e with as much deference, and with seemingly rs strong a determination to swear by the omniscience of the aforesaid ' irbecile Minister,' as the w:rthy Benjami:n him self, at whose soap-boiling antecedents the military writer s: characteristical l sneers. Nor is there the least modi.ica tion of the peremptoriness and over hearin`g mnanner of the Crcchetv One since the me'be r for Leominster las be come his sub:---q: ie the contrary, ifit he pcssible th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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EFFECT OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

FrrrT Cr . ti: Tae c f f;CEier tfl!T n THE Snrt:C EXcOAS~G: -The, "L U.Rii' of th Stock Eu'.!.eo·o arI en ,'le~l, herouoo they try to tcoo uip p ices.o nn.s the Pers lhoese' they tr.znmpie ,i'ieIi. or leoy pricre, so on to aIeterte r. smail. Tte oibject of rooroe e', to aid the ug'esmhinig nlurrtiense of thee stock exehnL re'. A real re ueeiisiiun frrq'!le'ttir ,takte' the Eallol by esnrprieo, still intraud or Lein. ",ide tf tote tp, thee nar fremeeuotie' ,setorminil Ifr bWxie tramneplel duwn. As thue Frenchl renolutini mislt teoet trouser tioir;, we fal the fsl!otwiie is the onea norhuet uiitetinn of tYo 'I'imle. -55, fleaember. -Satinedv ereaini. TheEnmlilb funele openeel with martch nrioentien this morniis nt at, etruonce of a epczt.'r rerc-ct. uipon tlh imipraredl prices of ye-uuerdoy, tnt tInyv enlraegnee-tlr enl:Prienecel o serh/us reuooli, in) e-neeq~uernee if a srcernoion of saes hutiu o fe real CIII epecolotive elhiroter. 'lrio first ,j'ido" tinn of fonsols for tho opennlg ...

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THE GRAND CRICKET MATCH. (Herald, March 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

TliE GiRAND CRICKET MATCIIH. (Herald, Mlarh E9) TTn Grand Cricket M?tch between Tasmania and Victoria, commenced yesterdy, but was not playtd out-it will be continued this moraine, at ins c'clock, and terminate probably lib e'even, which will enablo parties desirous of attending the races to do so without inconve aleoce, The match at present stands thus : Victoria has had her two inning., and scr-ad i in ntall 207; Tasmsnit has hd hbut one innings, and scored 65, and is her second innin-v, (losing four bate), scotel 16, thus leaving her 106 runs to make " to tie," and 107 runs to " win," and with 6 wickets to go down. TIc'TORIAi-esT L5LTsG?. T. Hamilton, b. Henty .. .. 42 H. B. Foote, ran out.. .. .. 20 J. W. Stevens, b. Letts .. .. 0 C. Lister, b. Henty .. 0 E. Beckett, b. Lett .. .. 2 C. '.adeo, b. Lette .. .. .. 0 F. A. Powlett L b. w. br. Henty .. 1 J. C. Brodie, b. Henty .. .. 0 F. W. 3lassden, b. Heuty .. .. S 3I. a'Bieckett, b. Lette .. .. 3 M. Hsrev--not out, .. .. .. 0 Byes...

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MELBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

MELBOIURNE IACES. Thle Town Nit, e (the on!v race run when aer inforn4nt i-l.) wn taken Csnily by Parrel, the hsrses Bain placed than : - Petrel ......... I ]3uirip .. . 2 31eil fole Mist*. Jnowhere

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SUPREME COURT. Monday, 29th March, 1852. IN BE QUEEN V. LEWIS JOSEPH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

hIforcl v, 19th I Mrc!h, I 52. IX orQ cEE( V. LPwIS Jn2EPfI. In this cNuO the de(fen.!ant I[jul Lm cinvieh'e at Foreet Creek, on a. carge of infringing the Pblicaun's Act, byselliug grog willont a license, and senteaced to four mouths' imprisonment, and in default of pvnment a fine of £30. iMr Williamsn now applied for a writ of haless cornus to issue, on the following grounds : 1. That the term of imprisonment was longer than allowed! by the Act. 2nd. That .ftfer conviction there was no at tempt to levy the fine by diatraining the defen dant's goods or otherwise; and 3nl. That ti. iHs, rant of conviction was insuf teisunt and informal. Granted. LP EE QUEEX Y. EDWARDs. This was a similar application to the last. The defendanthadu been committed from Forest Creek, for six months, in default of paying a fine of £50 for asl grog selling. Mr Willianms now applied for a writ of habeas corpus on the ground that the term of imprison ment was lon-er than allowed by the Act; that the clhriti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

i T'-T n:;NEID, AND NOW ON : T' 'pi-t aphn' ianialumn S;n~"'er..x ar.- l 'Is CraJn. ol pomade i, ,rice nd! (O .'s hPar'i grease. : st.. ' ir r» iin ire mni In. .,!'d crerlq 1 o'n . *'s sNrcassar nil ::.n' '** nel JisneS' biochrine-the life T P-ter. x'< miell n. fir tlh hair ; Price and C(i.'i vegetale hair oil '-clryoix'< htp'l1-line . P iri. .nd C?.'- Perq.-n rose sonp Sln., ilait almond ,lap D-i fm.hionald rahl-its ' i' ahes annd Jines s city soap ;P cirr and C. 's leal hrown 'indsnrl Z I Do. nvpopuhaon .o ne plus ultra shaving , sap ITri- . A lh-rl's a mbrosial sharing ci eam. Fxhibition soapsi : D)hrm.;x' vegetable extract Waitrh've SLi.vender waterr '' erfI.,imes of the mo't exquisite 'ragrance i.Price and Ce 's toith powder i r:m.shwair and comihs of ev ,' descrip lion al ass on hanl .Cullery of every sotl, S At tre Temple of Fashion. li F. FRascIs. I r('Cnri --street. lGeloneg ;'Coorh. Col6d. ..Asthma. nferseness. E ortne.s of Breath, and all Pil tionaru...

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POLICE OFFICE. Tuesday, 30th March. Before Captain Fvans, C.N. Thorne, and Alexander Thomson, Esqrs. VAGRANCT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

1 .ICE OFnIC .| Tce-'dr, 30th 3L.reh. ltfore Captain Fyans, C. N. Thorne, and .lkhander Thorason, E?eqr. rAGoAnCr. ..?nes Cihri:e. the unfirtnnate nan Who from hlas ar?l t ol behaviouir wKa cnlt.irre.le by the rra. :ra*:ea to, e labourintg unldr o:ne nctntal h:t.apaeitr, wvo ehar.i d agin with attempting to utter . f.;red , !reque with intent to iefrandi Mfr Aleoankier. From the very imperfect and !h:!ntv r anner the preter:ded documentt was f a: oa'td there w-n very little in,zer of ano .*r-.m teiht inmpot:i on ho ir,'h~bria no datl, and the name of the drawer being a comnplte blo,tch. Ils w-as eriorrily adowonisheld hby r. Tho.son? not to appear . fore the benlch agin andc to rmn:e tho heat of Lis way out out of town, otherwise to would he appreher.ded and treated' as a vogalond. FELOST, John Eppr. an eld'rly man, was placrl in the dnchk ,f the l'P:ice Odie., clharge?d y Wil?iiam 3Lir witlh tealing a quantity of wearing napparel, hit rru-lertY . IL appeored that iar was storing at...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

S .r- E BOU1 R-V ' DA1L Y, S )lT O'CLOCIK. S- . rEA M ER -[CrTOr'IA, Q l..,1It, Commander, Safrr Tuesday next, the Sst coumlence running to and ed Ir;r r er at S o'clock in the r.P (daily), at 2 o'clock in en FARES :. . d. ............. 10 0 del cCabin...."*..* 6 6 E 8 I, ... ...... 0* o ;tý ^tt,. without p0as0 :. B. 1Irros & Co., Aguts. , h.ISa2• 0 AND FIRO3[ GEELONG. lteration in Time. d aftel .Monday next, tlh 23rd Stnt, the " 'FSTA," steamer, uCole's I harf every Monday, ty and Friday mor,"ing, at ni e Sand the Wharf, Geelong, every ,Thursday and Saturday morn reo'clock. Shis vessel will not tow on her GEORGGE SARD Coa, Wharf. y 21, IS'. rIHASI A. STEAMER. Itreen Jlelbourne and Gee lmone. ?ble steamer leaves the Geelong t- rif fr MIelhourne every Mon , anesdar, and Friday mornings, ..: .:k precisely, returning every J. B. Hrrrox & Co., S G. elong agents. eel, Jan. 1, 1652. FOR LONDON, t? e greater part of her cargo t cill meet with quick des being the object, Woo...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

EYDXEY. A-irra - -3fsric 13.-A-lmp!la frwn Xw 3t'.. "2.--S.i:eni r from M creton B.i. 21. Si iomcni ha .iai. 52.-C;ristina frmn .>',;::-.e. Faiiny Fisher fronm iauritis. Sir Ge ..:; 'yrr.?:nr fioa. Flmcitb. C z?.:rcs.-Dif.na -orS.Ilonrce. IHam'et : '. E...Iim. ovrer's Briie for the Sonth Seas AIL.ED.-DIn Ji~nl, srh?oi:er. fr Mrlbourn'. rar: 1 tfr Hobart Tawn. Wil:m Alfredi for W,-.i:3glon. ! i eT:.--Tir fHarlenIn, obrie,.or Gbr'r.ng:- 1 -. *,'rqer, Ilarris: 2.5 ciasks bottoed beer, 5 ,-" r dra4pry., ..'Artli.trtd Ati:son ; 15 ecses '*::.ý -:;:.-, 3 Ihlf, 10 qnrter-cask-, 20 cases p.::I'-h ri;e, 30C casN Genewa, 3 Lun.lis iron - ' , 24 cass rpsejiurr vtiinPwr, 20 caes e ingr| : .. '20 i)i.s lýmosn byrp, 'horne and Co; 40 t- -r: , -;cLiTI .&nI Co; 2 cares soree, 2 .:2" hr.!w:pe, 12 L,:..es crcGwur:;, 20 dczen - . Re-el; 2 Liesf c-nres, 20 bandles r',.;, Fz: 2 cases Iruaerv, Newton and ti; ',,-: Il·ar'-ts, Vilckerr. T 'G rne Sr - ,Ir ;lad a splendid rnn of c. ;-.:-oiven dL'....

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

'rr" SCIx'. iberh 29.-.Tom Tough. sea.3 r r. frrrn 5rd liar ' us''rng-Ca'·tai. 2ir;rC , llliinin Patirio. fits.:+. Dar.!on, 3!.rr...tr, Aogo, Marrni, S~nrr-;-eer, C"0 C a , \ere, iielso, a:,! it in the,0eer. ce MorcT 25 --Cu::ca, scluir :er, ror Aae~3dJ. liILC2. Sloscbeto fer Ge,4k . Per T·m Tcnnz:-12 hhble rn~p, 10 110 br'andr IoLotr.; 150 ease, gor.eva. 19 do brandr, 12 i irs maune", Vt i!jlh ; 1010 La rets door, 15 keo :cbaneeo H. Ifoa and Ca; 19 bids bran!r, Oltrer; 20cosos Getnre, 3 do a:nle, Berearr; 60 can ones, 6 75were, 2 pnrbagea hbmdoare, 5;er-eo; 2 cast; beer, Praer-or; S caa!. sofa aoL Jac~soa3 IRae ar. Cv; 2 cases 2 casksbard. ware, Seer r.s: 3 Uda par!er, 4 bores tecm, 70 cases a:;.dr6. cr.-+, 50 cases bottled beer, Tnur.^: 10 :ier,'+. 'mon, SNoro; 20 casks, 20 bag-, 23 tisn hisretr, - 10 boxes roiissp, 2 I poe ies (Ira Zre "' ese tiblermr. 3 packages fuori nre, 9Atilto 10 1, b dvlr. 143 ca es do, j 2 .o iron as.e, 6 ease. core. 120 caoks bottled bee:, s tons -:,;scte...

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Shipping Intellingence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

At't; K 4t,:!a.(~ r wo 3rttot ,'.n .10.t t Rf -SocavPits ter, 20 toe., o.neg1 ton., honor 30.-ýesen iiaren" 2 .ohoomr, 18 tons, E Perkine, master, frnt Melbourhne. "Imn-2 30.- 31nohitlt, s ontoer, 35 tons, 9.'i 1 n- it, uast tr, from Melbourne. inlim 311 -1ivr.reen, ahncoeer, 20 tons Co. 'os,-rwtete, f0. otn Scan. ilrer, lth Slareii. in laailaat. I'ooeogers- (tabn) .Jameos ltre, o0erL Sutlaerllo,? G. Clifton, iorsier Clifton., io;ibert Harris, .t.! ten in tboa ateer..ae. Dtr no aster, for L'etans via Žlalboarno. I). 3 etc. Gore al Co, agents.. Starch 3+..-CliLton, ship. SOS Ins5, F. W. B,, teonner. ftooSolty ia olel Meborne. toa,- 355-Von 'f mp, oehaoontr, 32 ton-, F. Piiuo:t, m.ster, CFr 5!t&hoeno. IYPORTS. zer Sn~an Oletir, ;ransl.ipp e 5a 1s . il., frot Launreston : -406 c'eese., I tale :eFta, 26 does ptc. ea,. 312 tin 1 aie-, 16 roses jat.. 6 Bides baeon, ton e do, 3 hob: batoer, 2 li'.dl lorn. StI ba. oat, I .ast trots, IV. 3133illan. S!tir.pod at Mllrnlmrnro -100 barre...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 31 March 1852

Toi the E.itor of the CUeeoný dewertieer an' Intdlligencer. Sea,-I beg pardon for troubling you, but can you tell me the reason why ships should be detained so long at Point Henry wanting Pilots, as they sometimes are? and why there may not be at least two resident Pilots at Geelong? is it because Mother 3Melbourne considers that her second "precious bably" Geelong has transgressed? and she is determined to keep her with the "foot's cap" on until she behaves better; or, is it be cause her first-born William is the fa vnurite; if so, 1 beg to in f rm our llama that we are the biggest " babby" of tle two, and it may not be to her advan tage to neglect ius as she has done, for we won't have it. Permit me, now, sir, to give a hint or two relative to the Pilot Service of Port Phillip, nothing can be more shamefully neglected; there ought to be double as many Pilots as there are; the increase of trade and the impost on shipping de mand it, and this useful body of men ought to he better pa...

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

C- 1 ..1 1oe It "d :ern " ' h..". ...l:^ o .'1c.- t Fl; ri.": (:r,: 1044 I r.. + ;!!···1 1·1:··:,;..,,,: of.;,-- ~ln " 1-0. ..l · in I "" " " r:~;-r: n'" 'r tl~irc r:i,,, _ `1+ý eitlieit, Ii tructin1)ll to4''o t ,ho ' j',314 xc letri f'..ilvr4l s. IWtt -1- To-o T:oo'rlel i o. to r'rt +;rnthr f n"~ý. ,i-t' r I':^Tn F~r'e tJBOOK<1 Fljo ",1 nt4' r 00r,.irRI In~treýl sotio De'o - f J4. &C. ,,,,. :n" Moo.l- m n:rr 00 A~(5 IIO. no Lh.4' .3. tioI).col: 0'' *trt.ýo \ t4'o. oaicbolOc oeO)444!Y ol. ' l .-AO . .i T.l"ýýnr r ted S r, Mo.okel C:\l. ; it Ii ;.OinS, Clis'r \ rr nn-·r I.1 tll.,R.t - Trt4i'40O!'0 ,TIhr Seooe -Wev ý,wl nijitr I t1;.- r I~ s,:nrrfipmpr""rr Durrlnnd i'u u ltnrn Ioi lers, wit or: 3.~;I 3~Y. WIO.LTAOI. fLoo Vrrrt alte Sott' WoriPS, Toc~oio'oJoowo'oW. "a ;..,, $C.- } in- r ,,, 1V to n -i·*FI( t of r''+'": 'rt: Lmna:" of heprnrn ."I . A~iN'" t ai.: M s Rs. S:.teven I Br' it, witi immedi( OOK. iosne ,.to .44r40d o the Awifod Slrle, p.1TFCl{S. - Lif l nfer...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY ACTION FRIDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 April 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL 2. By J. B. Hutton & Co, at I, Land and Buildings at Kildare. By Carver and Dalton, at II, Sheep skins; at 12. Combs, Brushes, and other m*rchandiss. By J. G. Carr, at II, Ea-thenware, &e. SATURDAY, APRIL 3. By J G, Carr, at 1, Brick Houses; at half-pwst 1. Furniture. By J. B. Hutton and Co, at II, Harress; at 12, Bottled Ale and Porter. ant other merchandise. MONDAY, APRIL 5 By J. G. Carr, at Ii, Boots, &c; at I, Building Lots. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Cottage, Land, Fa - niture, &c. WEnrNSDAY, APRIL 7. By J. G. Carr, at 1, House and Land. THURSDAY, APRIL $. By J. G. Carr, at 1, the Brig Gazelle. MoNDIYA, APRIL 12. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Kensington Estate" TueSDAT, APRIL 13. By O'Parrell and Son, at 12, Land it East Geelong THURSDAY, APRIL 15. By O'Farrell and Son, at I, Milch Cows. THEATRE ROYAL. GEELONG. Under the sole management af Mir. Deering. CONTINUED ATTRACTION. Mr. and Mrs. Hydes every E...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 2 April 1852

S"-hor'fi.. o 'f itr, . ' , l l - Pa ' moar,: ai'tr ne,;,' ia d'r ?'L;ons are t; .,;a e? ,-t r, or.. 7 F'," u? i:, ANOD'NG i'XI T'i ',tR °'lT COUGH ' r'HlEu exceH!et LT.r,z-c s,. are re c.. 'mendedl hy the Faculty, for the abvc - .menti,:n.! c?mnlaints, and nor trial will prove them sl?,:rio: t,O all The s it dl e I ,ev li.E s or 'hi! S 'el a ta. e th-n, as h'er eIP n11a rct,-",1free f rom an% deieterious ingre ", n:i;il-o rea'-er :the are invaluahle, a I .- i uiatssI relo.-e fouse'r es "'r ,.-: ,of snice, whr-hcer produced by cold or c:nti:ned exerrtion. e, i." :i?At ?irn F::-tPctor nt Colleh , ze-s a?e sli in boxes at 2s and ,aenc are Cv,:tir,, without the pro p-ichtr'- . ialatirei (reo. Lewis) on each pacase Tr'r"iA.tItD ONLY P.7 S GOR GE LEWIS, C CH R , IS T, t.5oANS STREET, MET.BOURtN; ' nd s,,Id hr J, T. TITOMAS, ! MEDICA L ALL,. iOt.E AGF'T FOR GEELONG. LEWIS'S i IP'TO IAN M4ARKING INN" reruires NO PREPA R A'TION, ande is fir nrcperior to aty article of the kind ever.u:oere? ...

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