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GEELONG COMPANIES To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

GEELONG CO[PANIES. To #.e Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and fnteltliencer. Sir, i beg leave to trespoas on yror eolumns for -pace enough fer a fer remarks on Public Com ponios in Ged.ong. the imptcrtance of whichl is sanifest to all in the town and district. Ai [ lo not think there will be any difference ofo;,inion on tbo question, "Tha" t local com pates mly effect a great amount of pnhii goodl;" and tieref"r. a number of theinhabit ants uniting with their capital may surmount Sitficulties and carry out highly beneficial com imercial schemes andenmpleto publie works which it would be utterli imrnensible for an inliridtla todL howeverr lighihl intellect or extensive in pecuniary necources. .Assuming this as data, proceed to observe that to fully develope the meansof the eommnnity throughn thV agenllc of companies it is iniis:tensable that the manns - ment ofthem thoaul Ie in t-;e hands of reapec a. ble, intelligent,hbrencd mean o hbuiness--men who "would hbr e, not only the suffr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

Wift': Spin iws '.in imperial strengtl ::nd pride, nad South rAmeriei vas pou:r ':: iat-i i(. er golden trrca';rs, the pl.a-n Sof the T p:mnisi g!a:s w--s a wa,.art- obj".. of EnglisI naval enter :irie. Th :ien iw;:t;o r :- e I sid to !-:':;, f.r,!:!e th ;!; r:li Bri:ish nah , S: ' Francis D ra e, and tihe like S. hi::, ;er rii:t bIrnceed witih heavy -::orples or mo:cinee; acd t to !c:u it r;i: ;s m.Aj; s ort as igai to caeoante.r a 'Spis!.t trea're-ladI; ln ship, an:d desp;il i:.:r ,f her precious crgoa At that time, I' T'.UAineu s-.w no great isumorality in '..e ea: to rob tae Spaniard - was ti en i';i EL :gland; and tha -erly adrvntut r-.-.;w::, retarned treasre-lladen t. EIr' ! *I, r..ra bailed by the entire rtiuon :::'' -t'eti.ngof the spirit which cha i-.:' '7es :h_ receptium of a ship's crew : ': :L-t:-! t. or Plym::;t!r, dnring war : !, ":.i lan·diang I d it rze i: t: lhe dJys hare longsince gone by; r, ':e ( 'have n3o fallea into a srt of - [Lf. t:- t not merely car harbour...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Saturday. BEFORE his Worship the Mayor, Captain Fyans, and J. G. M'Millan, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Satnrday, BEroau his Worship the 3laivr, Captain Frans, mad J. G. 3['Mfilla, Esq. TOWS POLICE ACT. 3?r Thomas Kerr, the draper, was called upon to answer an inform.tion laid hr M?r. Sargent, the Town Inspector, clharsring himi wilh a breach of the Towns lPolic? Aor, iu placin e? !llinag. ma terials on the pathway, so as to ob,tiuct t!i"' eb lie thoroughfare in Great ?Ialop-street, on the 29th ultimo. Mr. K..rr took olhjetioa to the wonling of the ilform:ation, as no such street;'s Great Ihalo;a treset existe-1, none such having b" e;: proclaism.d hb Government or i" ilhe Coiruoration. He also took objection to that part oi thI ch:,,rge whichi .ecase him witth L.daeing rubbish on tt: ft,i?w.ay on the 29th of last month, snue' being oo?atr.y to the fact, as workimen :ha been en.aev; on that very day in rmoeniag the building materials f.om the spot The Town Inspector was cale!d upon to ce count for this last informality in the sum mons, but was only able to exp!sin that ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS. 29th March, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

FOREST- CREEIK DIGGINGS. [.?om. our own Correspondent.] 2Otth March, 1852 A f.rtniights hiatus in my correspon deut has Ieen causedr by the stoppage of the private mails between Kyneton and Forest Creel. The Government mail is now," however, established, so that my communications will be resumed. The caue s of Mr.. Evan's relinquislhiug his very lucrative nrirate mail was this: a vast iu:nhber of unelaimed letters had accumulated in his-hands, the pstage of which he had paid. He wished to return them to the Melbourne Office, on condition that thepostag?berefunded. This,Captain M3Crae not only refused to do, but threatened a prosecution . against Mr. Evans if he did not return t:he letter without delay, u:nde a penalty of some thirty pounds for each letter so detained ! tir. Evans refused to return the letters unless the postagee h had paid on them we-' refunded, and so the miatter rests in the meantime. The mails are no- despatched from Forest Creek to Melbourne on Tuesday an ' Frid...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. THE PUBLICANS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

To the Editor of the Geelong Adrcrtiser and lttelligencer. TIHE PUBLICANS' ACT. Srn,-It is a notorious flet that the Wine and epirit Merchants of thi, :wn O nI f.llr eoa-iidr:.bly, i:n a pueuoiarv way, by the prevallnt custom ,. allwinig -grleer, nil such like pet;y dealers to lLcAL tWiRne aUnd pl)irit: to their own cls tomer,, ali Ia:L to ptbl.e s>, thereby prejudicing and eeriiusly i:njuriigthe trade of ltu l~giimiate Wie aId Sllpirit ?lrchwinto, 4e1) coliribte ratiler[ trgtly to the colonial revenue, aod at the metimhe n h o chane of compet;ng wilh theee pe7y ohobpkee i ers, ecause, fr-ooth, they are, iuler the PUlliCan's Ael, prevrented iromi enmp.ting nith these t,,tt-dI., ra. Now, i, i.it lair or j:,t that re;h hnc !dbe "Live and let live" it an old provetbl, :; why not, aide hv it. Youc trunly. eo Miaurnior.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

GEELONG GOLD CLRCULAB. The price of gold during the past week has advanced to 29s Gd. Some few sales were effected at G60s; bat the baying figure may be quoted at 59s Gd. There is no news of particular interest from any of the diggings-the long con tinued drought renders the labour very arduous. Parties now are principally employed piling up the a?riferous earth, waiting till the ranirs gve the necessary supply of water for washing it. There are few instances of riot and robbery recorded now at the diggings. The towns seem eaddled with tre raf fians; in them, burglars and " burkers" revel uncontrolled, with all the assur anee of soon being able to do as the7 please with the lives and proeerties of the iniabitants, and thanking their gr? cious patron, the Execntive, for the faci lities aflorded them. Under our present rulers, the hitherto peaceful -beet of water, known as liob son's Bay, appears likely to Iecome as fimous for crima as the notorious waters of l3arrataria. To our catal...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ULTIMATE OBJECT OF THE GEELONG GOLD DIGGERS. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

THE ULTIOTATE OBJECT OF T'HE GEELO1G GOLD DIGGERS. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and' Intellig~nccr. S;r, Yon will Iam sur, favour me with a corner in yonr paper, for a few renmrks, which Icansider beir very much on the fetrer welfare of the snecessful gold dirgers, the prosperity of Geelong, and I may say the interest of the colour. Land and labour with good government will produce all the wealth, comfort, and lunury, which any untion cun desire. Gold m c answer all purposes by way of purchasing these things ; but gold cannot prodnce these blessings. If the object of the gold digger be to get gold and then return to.En;,lnd, Seatland, or Ger many, thatoobjert is poor indeed, ,nd it will not benefit this ounatry, hbt rather icjore it. If it be to gut gdil, anll then go to other colonies to speni their money, it will do as no .ol, unt Injury. If the gold diggers c!jeet he to get gol.l at different period: tnl then spend his time in i leness and drunkennes, it wiil be worse ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE GOLD ROBBERY ON BOARD THE NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

TuE Gota RBOESYT DO BOAR D THE TEiN ono. -The.accmonts in other papers are siubtantially the same as that given in the Adrertiicr of St- I tnrday. The following from thie Hcrald is more cirenmstantdl on a;me points:-The Ne:on ar- i rived in ilobson's BaR a few days ago from Gee long', where she h.ad loaeid fr Icnd.n, andi about three 'elct o0. Friday morninga, tvio boati containing twenty-two msa, armnedi wih! swords a?d pita'.s caJme aln a sl-. at- their crews gained the deck wihont attracting the -telltion of these lwho had clharse of the vessel. There we:e then n hoanI, the mate (Mr. Draper) three seaeln, three male rpsieners, aw 1 the cook; they wre all oslee, ribh the exocr:tion of tho atter. The s-?Cnei and psexieng-ra were imme diately ieenrCe and lashed to the bulwarks, and sein of the robbers proceeding to the mate's cltin requeoted him to point ont to them where the lSdr wans deposited. He refased to eoipl r, which led to some verbal altercltion which was terminateid yi th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

SIrI"?TN C wTE:LL1(ENt~i. Gtir.iOXG. ArRIIVED. April 4.,-Bermuic , Itrqlrzt, IS tans. William -.iiller, 1831. l'is e~iiri-!t l[iinn. r E-q I It and 2 chi ldr'n, ir'i lltw, 31r. and M[rt. Cnrpa _ Miss Ly!d, Y r. GeoeL Bull nal tririf, ird Hr. Pre. Srgeon in clnirge, Dr. Allert l Ieani" with a ginerna cargn. Agent, West ,4Mh; Raus Kilt Ca. El.AtnD CT. April 3 .-M ohimhern, .ihnitnr. 1' toil, II. D. I lint! inon, master, frri n t Town. 0. Board inclt. SAILED. April 3.-Miriret anti Mary, fur Sydney. DZIDiLTS. Per Mnmclietno - Iilhisheeps3EiiRA Saers:I 64 hules; tn, :0 hites, 3 eitW-skins, Johinatun ndi Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

r Dn TO EILBOUR1UE, DAILY, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. 9n NEW STEAMER VICTOR IA, ,ItF MI'LEA's, Commander, 's and after Tuesday next, the r.tant, commence running to and .trllourne, leavirn ONE, (daily), at 8 o'clock in the i sa LOEURNF, (daily), at 2 o'clock in A fteroon FARES : s. d. alcon .............. 10 0 ForeCabin......... 6 6 horses............ 8 0 Ditto, withont pus-. sengers ........ 10 0 J. B. Ellro.,& (Go., Agents. ?Ctlong, 'arch. 1852. 1ITO AND IFROM3I GEELONG. Alteration ir Time. 'a'd after Monday next, tlh 23rd instant, the " VFSar," steamer, leare Cole's 1 harf every Monday,' enesday and Friday more ing, at nine Iok; and the Wharf, Geelong, every day, Thursday and Satorday morn , st rine o'clock. t. This resseI will not tow on her Grornas WARD Cote, Wharf. ennary 21, 1825. For Itobart Town Direct. f iT Hi First-class schoner JEoNVY LrIVD, ilsil for the above port, on Tuesday ?ig next. at nine o'clock. For iheor passage apply to the master, h?sr; or C.tnvEt & D;...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

SELOURNLE. ARiOlED. April t.-Enmn, schooner, from Circular Head with 15 tossgngern. Alice, schooner, from Launceston, via the Meroey, with 12 posenosers. April 2.-Clifron, shij, from Geelong, en route for Londoa. "<Gol; Seeker, schooner, from Hobart Towtn, with 28 plassegoro in the cabin, un.l 5 in the :steerage. CLEARED OTr. April 2. -Qauen of Sheb'. Inlrqne, for Ade bitle. P.osletlrers:-Metsro. Brett, Butler. Bliack? I, , Rolfe, ans Cog!an, and LOS in the oteerage, Ilderon, hri?, for Latlnscstn, in ballast. Pas sengersw -Jaohn C.cneron. II Ri. D.ly, Miss Dl-. F Adam', SMrs Adamu , nnd two children, anol 13 in the steerante tIelen,'sch;oner, for Sv.dey. Passenger--' six is the stere.re. Sa I.llei,bi. f:rLanaces'ton. Pas.ngers (eatin) 3Isr. C.anker.. Li.tuam,, Joh:it:ne, Powell, 3"line!, i,.he.no r. iheckrar, Wi!sm, iNttrAs, Jcnes, M oward, !?i.!.c, Pinummer, and 3lre C;arke, brig, for Adelaide, in ballhst, with 6 ptaso-ng.ras. Cit: of. Syd ney. bri, for Cicenlar Ilend, a...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 April 1852

v'rSSEL.S 1t GRBLONG I BtUinI,. Ahhrton,, Itrq', 416 tons, .JJoames, master, laid on for London'; D.t~etr, Gore and Co., TThrrvini. qnlqa,ju:t arrirvl from Lanton. Conpol ore, larque, 469 tois, A Bron.dlfoot, master, laid on for London ; Jackson, lho and Co., agents: C.,mboie, s;,ip, 914 tons, T. J. Hamnmoek, master fr.m London and Plvymoutlth with emigrants, IV Tiimms, aenlt. Ganzel h,h ir, 2S5 tons, laid us. J0?n?n [ind, hrigantin?. Roberts, master, uadertised for llobart Town, Carer and Dhlton rgents. Jane and Eliz:dreth, scloponer, 2. tons, laid up. oat Brown Maid, schooner, lail on for Mel bourne. Itero:wn, la.rque, 311 tons, W. Walker, mas!er, loadilsg for London, Straehan not C., agents. Lnmbler, schooner, 72 oons, laid up. Sa:tia, hrigantine, 112 tons, lail up. Swan, brig, laid on for Launceston.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

£IliGPPINi INTELLIGENCE. GE|ELONG. At RI11D. April 5.--Sran, hri_. 149 tons. John Ar:der ton, master, from l.annelfcstln: Pnasenlers, (e-din)o, Mr iorne, Mr ad l Mrs Stamp, IMr .amn.% 31iss Connor, Mir White, and MSrs Wri-ht, and nine in the steerage. Carver and Dalmin, agents. April 5.--l)art, hri, 136 ten'. It. Steenm, - mster. from i obart Town. Passentr, (cahin). tlie? E.iwar!s, Messrs Camneron, Priest, rand Ch:ireh, and serenteen in the steerage. Carver anld talton, a:tests. April 5.--Nil Brown M3nvd echooner, 22 reton W. if TimeS matoter, from Melbourne. Carver and Dalton. nsgents. April 5.-Willam, oeoln'.r, 31 tont, J. Ch:ulnion, Master, frontm 1[rl.lanno. Ap il 5.-Z.ephyr, s.hoe'dr, 60 ton. .T. An demon, a.a-,,r, from IlIubrt Iown. Nine pas .\pril ..-hfarleqnin. ehoonei, T. LTranther, master, from S; sue". ' :-:ea pas e.nera. Per S'an.-i 500 dlahp, 641 1-- .mlt', 200 hswa flot, 2 '.-ags firuit, ease I bnat, 1nler : 7 case,. 6 earts and 1I r-ay, F. C-amnpion ; e.., 70 empty k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

TO M1ELBOURNcE, A I 7L Y. AT ET:I iT O'CLOCK. ib NE W STEAM ER VI(CTOTR I t1, Ta-, I' aPr'A, Conmnnader, Sowl and after Tuesday next, the it, commence ruunning to and eis Fi, OURN, (daily), at 2 o'clock in " ft: r nc tln - FA P.E : F .a d. cleoan............ 10 0 lore Cabin........ 6 6 - rsen. . .. . . . . . . . . . ,ttto, without pas senger . 1........ .0 . . J. B. Intros & Co., S Ag ?uts. refo C, ;ircta tSF52. r ir hobart TFoZm Diree. t; '. First class, scho ner I JDNYY LInD, I .il for the shove port, on Tuesday iirg rist, at nire o'clock. For ,, r passage apply to the · naster: i r ;or r CARVERl & . DALTO. Fon LONDON, :~ir7J t grcter part of her cargo - r,,, edill meet iith. qit?L des =,th beine the , o0ject;, Won. in :ntit w.il be taken at ;d:?perl. : TH- rE A'I ship,. : S EAG.LE, 1020 tons register,- Francis . ne:r.ndE. " n;:?tifice t ship is perfectly.ner, i??rs a first rate opporttn t to :r. of Wool, Tallow, and Gold. : acce mmodations for phasareers are es.l ...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

IELRIOURNE. ASnlVED. April .3.-Vier., schooner. from Lnance*'cr. Paos-en.ri-M3r liyrons, 3rs Thorp, and thrly fur in the stcera;e. Job?, scLo.er, from Laneer-oe. No pas senzers. O:a - fead. . heon~r, fram Tobhnrt Town. r n-e-,ro, nr n,! Mrs Wo?dl'n, e?e-r- liy l-nJ, I.cham, J 3,:lra,. 1Cnorm'.;k, M!rs Wiike, s!ar. Wk. ..d ,r;y-iv;e is tihe ?teerage. P "i!ut. r! r, ihRvm )li.rt.i ren. :i-.t., ar?r, fi:2 ILhobart Tpn. Paen ?--M-rs Willi; ,. f.,miyr, -J ervan't. rSi,'. !,,ern frnSa La?um e.,,. s.'re ger--selo-rs B 'on, Tl.nr- , i OnCkitor, Rnpe, a:Mr an:.d .rs J. i~te, -n:d eveijnn in thste .. r:. .:es?rL M'Pher.-nn, T&! r , !,l rade, [L "" h, O' :iel,'.-ii~, IBron. Frcar, irs O-ornle, M.-r, tle'd, lcloe', eleven i: the lte re. . P-ri, bri from Cireuloatr li- ;, w ih ni €erc--.31 and 'Ii-s lE:or, and Ave in the rii 3.--Tot , -:,r fr Part Clo prr. No liroarle', schaonor, for Ahdelie, with five Ipa-ener s Ge, we! lene, for aiuneestL?, with tweinty thr.or ; s-en i Irr. Fr.en T, tr...

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PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

PErrr SFSSt)S. A Court of Petty ,easios: for the coreco very of small debts, was held yesterdav, bh i fcre c. is Worship the ]tayur end Edward Wilis, I Esq. TROn I IICRY a. t EutRY COWARD. This was s a snt to neover the sam of £5 for --eases duone to a fence, hb the def.,nlant., Pher"sr the .lainti.Ps eattle had b?-a im Mfr henry stated ihat he re-?.hle near the IrVrabaot! iiisa, n:1. that the defendant, on the ;th of February, polled pert of his t.ne deon, in orn!er to rtse on L;orTebtek, and that his cattle, i:: conseq.e::ce of the damage, were im pounded on the 'Md IMarh. There eoin to proof of the i:npounding having taken ph;e, tIe ph.nmttt tsno:l-suitedt. W. ILNCOCK V. L. GOSLING. his ans an acetion to recover the sun of £3 7s totl. There being no defence l?fiore the Court, the I renliat .?a giren for the plaintit ,altfhonh the I defendant's slieitor stated that be held a rec?it for the payment of the money, in his PAItUR y. OAKLEY Ai'D StmTI. This ars an aetion to recover the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

r O . E T, ' , Liccnsed House. near T wt'. et'nfinhg every requisite i b no,.v heen licensed three years, ,he t?,:iners daily increasing. For parttcuhari, enquI:re of Alta C. T. LLoYn, Wine Merchant, Malop-street, Corio. March 15, 1852. 7o Be Let. S?AIRFIELD .HOUSE, - containing t four rnurns, pantry, and detached ki'tchen. -ith large garden; also, 50 acres of lnd wit, it if required; plea i! s tl' sitnate near the river. one and a h half miles From town. t; Apply to EnwIN WrOOD, House Agent. on, TO MIs. Scorr, On the P,ernives. TO LET. r, TUL i HAN COTTAGE, with garden and grazing paddock attached. j. For particulars, apply to Mr II. Mercer. at Prans' Fort. SFrans' ford. M,.rch 13th. 1S52. TO LET, A GOOD shoe and premises in Moor' hool-st'ret, adjoining Dr. Sydez's. Rent Mclderate. Apply to it MAT.nw rwIIoLrs. ? 27th 'larch, 1852. S TO FELLMONGER:is ,. rPO BE LET, the Sconuring Estahlish S meit at the Breakwater, belongingJ to ther undersicned; i ith pumnps, boilers, wash rib , rac...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

Tits Gat Pisct ac. [ o'.,1 Ta; t NELSEON. -'h re l paer pers- cot~Ctea thl f. fening dhlitional 1iurt: .. s r'.?;,eetir g the robbery on board the Ni:,::-T-: he Late Piner.-i Our reiaeas a:e alreadyl tiflly aware of the perpetra tion of the go!d r,?' : on board the N?len; we have sin :.,. hat tihe plice have dhas all in thelir po;: Ito chtain some clue to the rohher:, but as vet nithuut succesr. Day and night they have been -:. the hunt, and nothing could surlass the bi:r.rigabhiit, deliplaed by the Superintendent of Police, the City Chief Con stable, andDetectives. M'r. Sturtreceived acom mrnication informing him that the gold was conewaled in a che-t uroai a dray attached to one of the tents at the sou;h side of the river, and aecrnlingly that night he proceded, acnecompa niel by the Chief c-mst bl, ani a tring body of poli-e to mearch. No,:bing however was found, and a..,t noonm resterdnle a massenger arrived in town from the brCah with inte?ellene that a nunmber of broken gold l...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOST GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 April 1852

T;hu Losr GLD.-. Te Herald says that "there seems to be hbt little chneo of recorer ing the stolen property. Considering the enormons quantitres of gold daily bought ndo sold in Melbourne, there would be no difEcolty in cunverting eight fhousand unoees into resh in the course of a few dar:, nor is the pheonole non of a nmn of nnpreposseesing sad dirty exterior ofEfrig many landreds uf pounds worth of bullion for sale at e time, one which at pre sent excites either surprise or ?arrieos. Eren if not converted into moner in MelLourne the sto!en propertv is of a kind impcssiFle to identifr and eisy to co:ceel. These facts, of course, render the capture and ezaviction of the culprits ao much the more improbable, while then leave scarcely any hope of irveoering the property." DiacEns or TuE PoiG.--Ir. 'Coumbie, in hi gold cirolar, ays :-Great camlhinots ecn tir.netbe madebydigge-s of the insecurity of the BLIe FP;rest; a young gentleman, on.s;o SMiller. 'ho was acnomprni~ed ? his mate, wa...

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 — 6 April 1852

THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. Under the sole management af Mr. Deering. MORE NOVELTY ! OHANYGE OF PERFOR?IANCE EVERY NIGHT. TTIS EVENING, The Perfornmancei will commence with the comedy never performed Iere, entitled, THE LADY AND TILE DEVIL. (characters by ¼'r. .nd \Irs. Hydes and the strength of the Company.) To be succeeded by Soag...... Ur Webster. Song ............. Mr. Holloway. Ethiopian Singers Dance ............... Mrs Stubbs. Song............ Mrs Webster. To conclode witb the farce of the THE DANCING BARBER. Narcissus ltzrrizzie..Mr Hydes. .THE ORIGINAL CONGO MINSTREL With his r-notneid Castanets of 10,000 IORISE POW'ER, Roxes, 4s; Pit, 2s, Doors open nt half-past seven, performancecommercu at eight o'clock. ABSTRACT Op SALPES y i T'EsnDy, APRIL IL By J. G. Carr, at I, Cottage.. L :1 niture, &c . ' By Carver & Dalton, at 12 lp W Ni?snDAty, APRI,. _ By J. G. Carr, at II, . Furn:ture, &c. ; at 1, Land. By W. \I. Tennent & Co., S 12, Cargo of the Cec...

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