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LEGITIMIST PROTEST AGAINST THE FRENCH REVOLUTION [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
LEGrTIMsT PrrTEsr AGAINST Tit FRuNca RFsVOLCTIO--31. De Larachej:qnelin, the Le gitimist leader, has published the following pro test against the coup d'etat: -To the French nation-Au act whose results are incalculable has just been perpetrated. Theconstitution is overthrown, the .National Assembly unlawfully dissolved by the Executive power, the freedom of a great number of representatives violated, and the arbitrary caprice of an ndinvidual is set up in place of law. Long have I desired to raise my voice, and call on France to put an end to the suceession of adventurers who dishonour her; then might we save France by those principles without which no nation can be truly great. But my endeavours have been misunderstood and thwarted. Since the appeal to the nation, as made by 31. Bonaparte, is altogether wanting in those conditions and features which alone can ensure the honour, freedom, and truth of an appeal to the people, I protest, with all the energy of my conviction, against t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
)i'cc has been said about the dreadfnl consequences of the bad state of the roads leading to the gold fields. The Argus first sounded the alarm, predicting famine as the result of government neglect, s!wnull the executive fail to put the road frmru 3IMclburne to "Iount Alexander in : provper state of repair. Next, our own crrcij-iodict 2 t Mount Alexander pu:rted out the necessity of repairing the r::ris !etw'een the 'ariuus diggings. We filiy co!cutr in the opinious expressed r.:.,.cti .: t immcne i nseimportanceof cood r r!- ma, to, fri,,m a.nd :letwn the various di.-;inu ccn:rc.-; but there are other roa 4 f 4 ev,. gri:ater i;;iprtance, and ,dnlrnini:g iore, immiediate attention. \V'e ilian THE r.O.'ADr TIlltoiGII THE A ' T'i r. TUi .', DI.-'I TS. If t:ic d:-t:i(ition of fioii dring the ensui;:.. si, i: :?i. were ail that was rteuir:ri, tlie rq[air cf rol roads recom n-u:h i y ,,or c. r.&lt; u:, I and the A-;. v: li, le E:ffiiint; ,iult thl;, exceri:'r .ve , I not inmre c...
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and ° Intellimencer. Smi,--R eing tenacious of receiving honour and credit for the merits of others, permit me to inform both Tonrself and the public that I am not the author of either of the two articles in your paper of the 5th instant, signed Citizen and No Merchant, for each of which I have most unfairly gotten credit. Hon ever, I am free to admit that in the sentiments contained in both, I most fully concur, and respecting the Loan Company, of which I have the honor of being the originator, as Secretary can testify-as to the entire correctlest (with the exception of one solitary Gs. s.) ef Citcn. I am, Sir, Yourobedient servant, T. C. RIDDLE.
A NEW MOVEMENT IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
A NEW MOVEMENT IN TIiE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. (From the 'Empire.' A PASTOR.AL letter from the Bishop of Sydney, addressed in the form of a cir cular, to the clergy of his diocese, has just been mnade public. His Lordship invites the attendance of his clergy at a general meeting of their body to be holden on the 11th April next; and, in order to ensure their coming prepared to represent, not merely their own opinions, but those of the members of their several congregations, upon the points to be then and there submitted to them, it is suggested that those points he previously brought under the consi deration of the pew and seat holders of the different churches, at a preliminarv meeting to be duly sumnunied by the churchwardens. Appended to the letter of the Right Rev. Prelate is a form of declaration for subscription by the Bishop and clergy, referring to and adopting a petition to the Queen, from themselves and the lay members of the church in this diocese, the prayer of which is, that...
POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, 7TH MARCH. BEFORE his Worship the Mayor—Captain Fyans and J. F. Strachan, Esq. THE NELSON ROBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
POLICE OFFICE. WEDNoSDIr, 7rn 3Lauca. BEroa his Worship the Mayor-Captain Frans and J. F. Strachan, Esq. THE NELSOR OOBBERY. Long before ten o'clockyesterday mornirg,the area for the aecommodatia of the public, in the police office, wras crowded to excess, every one anxious to get a glimpse at the parties suspected of the piracy on board the Nelson. The prisoners were seven in number. Three men in the first instance were placed in the dock named William BarnesJaames? i, and Thomas Jones. The chief onstable stated that he brought the above named individuals before the bench, on suspicion of having committed an act of piracy on board the barque Nelson, in Hobson's Bay, on the morning of the tlt instant. TheMavor after consulting with the other magistrates, ordered the three prisoners to be remanded forthree days-until commmuication could he held with lleliourne respecting them. .,Ir. Betcher sail, however desirous he might been behalf of the prisonersto visit them in gusl, he should n...
EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
E XINT\OIIA 1INARI CAAS F. Trir following are the comments of a London paper, the ' Sun,' on a recent case at thie Cenutral Criminal Court, London : The case of Harriet Anne Newman, otherwise olberts, who was convicted at the Central Criminal Court on a charge of wilful and corrupt perjury, is one of a nmost extraordiinarv and singular cha ractcr, in many respects deserving of serious attention. The circumstances of the transaction, which caused a deep ) sensation at the time of its occurrence, must be fresh in the public recollection. The prisoner was found at a late hour sitting on a door step, stupid, and nearly insensible, and quite incapable of giving any ratimial :ccount of herself. It was supposed that she had been drugged or hocussed' for some improper purpose. She was, accordiinlv, removed to the Royal Free Hospital, where she re niained five days before she was sutli ciently well to be discharged. On her recovery, she made a very strange state nent, to the effect that she ...
'NO MERCHANT.' To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
SNO MEIRCIIANT.' To ite F-litor of the Gcetlon Adcertier cndl Intelligence. SmI,-In your publication of to-day I was very glad to sea that that you had undertakeni to re fute the falsehoods propagated by ' No 31er chant' rearnling the grocer of Geelong-, wohu haP.pen to deal in tines anl spirits. I perfecly agree with rou, that if the wine and spirit rner chianlts re merchants that they would be be nelitted by the petty dealers ; hbut it is a no torious fact that there is not a wine mercliant i. a position to rell to the petty dealers; b:t on the other hand, one of the petty dealers is quite able to sell to tho legitimate wine merchant, and does so ; so mclh for leritimany. As I do not wish to occupy too much of your valuable sp:ca about such a paltry affidr, I will conclue by tel ling this No Merchant that some of the Petty Dealers are quite able to compete ith the wino merclants in any shape whatsoeer. Yours truly, A PsrEr DEALEz.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
RHIPPLr INTELLIGENCE. r.EELOxG. CLEARED OT. Ap .il 7.--L!lai ookh, brig, 156 tin P. S. liiner, master, for Adelaide. Pa~iengers-M' Richarlson, Mrs Berkeley. IMroRTS. Per Zephr:--36,000 feet timber, 100 rnas, 1000 shin' ie, 40000 in 0, laths, 30 curt potatoes, 30 cet onions Jackson ; 1 trunk, Onlor. r a EXroT. Per Lalla Rlh : - 40 boxe soap, Dunsfornl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
AT ETg(lT O'CLOCK. , ,i N gW STEAMER : VICTORIA, o Jrs Ti'A.', Comnmander, c?, , 'ence the running to and from I?., (1ll) at S o'clock in the t ttI ipORNP, (daily), at 2 o'clock in Ga- · VFARES: as.. d. 10 06 i;Ar TO AND ;FROM l raken..--.·-r- f?e** -- ilMELI iOUR.tl e OFl (TF'..T .O F TIME. a h ahfIter Monday, the 5th in nitter, will he the a 0t . Geelong, . THeiT 'hrsday, ad Sa rda ?ri t elere ocl and Ce . -F: i oueo, everh : Monday, ' yt . W. WCott-. r FOT. s ON eDON, •r (le Gre awter pasrt of p er to ap iso !l, rll1 meenst n-t t quick des t he objet, Wol in uatity will he haren . Geeloner lb. TF E i F s -hip -'/ 1020 to en regisclcter, Francis e siiniait]er. Thu m'gsnficr t ship is prfectly nese S ers a first rae o rt ty to rters,,e o oli Tallowr, and. rodI? S:ntir acil be an for atssen per arb. Tssd by any s hiafloat. Persons "itOt" prcree to enegland are invited to Tt the cmnir s Vship itors erll receive SOfes atin frst rathe oppcers ofn to ps oA surgeon Tils , and e od. r fre...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
SYDNEY. SATILD.--Carrington, ship, for Honf Kng; Fatima, ship, for London, ?tl Mooreton Brv; Liiias, schconer for Gee!ong; J. Lovett, choener, for 31elbour:e; iHereuean, schooner, for e!Uhorne. / ExPFJrs.-Lilliia, for Geeinz-2000 feet colar botld., 3l drss, 3 carts, I spring crt, 2 gi?., 27 c?t cheese, 4S b-gs barler, SO eases ,r.dials, 5 L-rrel' saimon, 25 ha'f barrels park, 10 half ba-rr s herrinz. 4 cases sariliies, 3 hhds orter. II ca-es pickles, 33 jars batter, 21 .Irre! hamr, 40 eases bottled beer, 20 cases C?lin.t preserres, 75 bushels oats, C.,k; 100 eas cin, C.implteil and Co. Liberty, fo Gee lons--15) b., tl'aor, 4 earroteels crrants, 60 halt eaestoi, s bones tea, 5 cas igars, 100 baoxe -sap, SS boxes candles, 50 erscs ginger winp, '22 kgs butter, Thorne and Co ; 116 camp ovwns and covers, 10 dozen shovels, Jahers; 3 hlie-i, 2 cras dralpery, cwton and Brother; 4 dlIvs HrolhIll, S ases ginger wine, Pidding; 10 cases ci-trs, Jases; 2 bales, 3 cases draperr, R:oy, Glais?tr aw...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
3ELBOURNE. ARRInED. April 6 -Ccique, barqse, from Ifohart Town. ruPaswner - Messrs. Barnes, Dodd, Borle, Walsh, Tennent, Adams, Shelton, Bibbingion, llena, Lueas, Lucas, Griliths, Strag, Sykes, and 50 others. Margaret Brock, barque, from Adelaide. Pas -engers-Mr and Mrs Rore, 3r fHone, Mrs Bear. 3Mr nnd Mrs J.ettery and child, and 300 others. James Alexander, ship, from London. Pas secngrs-Mr l'helps and servant, l3r and 3Irs Knight, Mr Burn; wife and family. CLEACED OUT. April 6-Rose Anna, for Adelaide, in bllat. No passengers. Slariposa, schooner, for Launceston, in ballast, and nineteen pILusengers. Amiens, schooner, for Adelaide. No pas senlgers. IMPORTS. Per Sir Harry Sithir:-112 bags flour, 3 casks block, 21' andles Lroons, cases hiip shandlery, IS cils lanila rope, 2 hbndles nmar lina, 14 horses, 7 cazs. 29 hags onts, 169 trusses linr, 93 hundle.s biy, 17 bnidtles har, 5 cases preserres, 14 casks preserved meat, 5 old sails, o cares appi1 O.der. Per Caeiqne: -4 horses., 5 car...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
TH EATRE RO YA L, GEELONG. C??r the sole management af Mr. Derinqg. (CANGE OF PERFORMANCE EVERY NIGHT. TUIS EVENING, 1:,' P-.formnnces will commence with !; cormedy never performed here, THE LADY AND THE DEVIL. I(r.racror_: by Mr. and Mrs. Hydes and the strength of the Company.) To be succeeded by Song...... Mr Webster. I*............... Mr. Hulloway. Ethiopian Singers D)ance .............. Mrs Stubbs. Song.......... Mrs Webster. To cortelude with LOVER BY PROXY. "uppo'rtd by r[r nnd Mrs H)des and the strength of the coimpany. TIl'r OTrcGTXAL CONGO '3INSTIIEL V, ih his renaw'it d CastInot- of .I.',)o IIt()IE POWER, r i. a is firt lwl w heore a Geelong a dience. oi It nd y everning nrxt. *,'i. Il; Pit, s. Doors open at :'i ''" PV!II' performance coiinitirnces " a:L_-ht O0C1,;Ck . i f.t IIt F RT S TITNED.--T. , r, )'" ha nt surrelch*, : in l.roc:lrinv 'he 1 ' ; n .....i t,. T.r.r., r. no. m.. l. nflert , n towon or cmintry ro,oirung th, r it .... n ... . S Wajiorh v . n ,ri, ,1ouriml ...
NOBLE CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 April 1852
NOBLE CONDUCT- The Vesta, on Monday, evening last, brought a number of emigrants from the Cambodia . Some time after they were landed, an emigrant with TWELVE children re- mained on the wharf. One of the twelve, a fine girl of three years old, fell from the wharf into the water, and would inevitably have been drowned, had not the Captain of the Laila Rookh, without a moment's hesitation, and without even removing his watch or money from his pocket, plunged in after her, and saved her. Tnr. following is an aeecont of moa.ies, drafts, e., taken from the seven men apprehended for piey : - L !. d. From John Iutehinson .. 203 :3 6 Do,drftsonSydneyr.... 500 0 0 From James f)unean .... 59 9 4 Do, draft on Sydney ....- 595 0 0 Do, do ............. s15 0 0 Do, one large nugget of gold From Barnes .......... 64 7 6 Do, drafon Sydney.... 500 0 0 From James Ball ...... 24 15 3 Do, draft on Sydney .... 500 0 0 From James Grimes .... 20 13 4 Do, one nugget of gold From James Maongar .... 32 7 4 F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
PU?,LIC-J'OU.%S TO LET. ' t ' I P.T, Licensed HiTuse. near r~, ",l: critaininig every requisite for a iO? oid bl|iles.r It n s nwr be n licens.d three years, S nd 'im busi;ness daily increasing. For particular, enq?orP of tl (f. T. T.o'rn. SWino Melerhint, I aalop-street, Corlo. March 15, 1852. To BR Let. AIRFIE: D lHOUSE,-- containing - fot roomn, pantry, and detached kitchen. nith la ge garden; also, 50 S acSres of land witi,' it if reqnired; p!ea s .ly situllate near the river. one and a e half miles firom town. Apply to Essaix W~oun, lr ouse Agent. OR. TO ' Mitt. ~orr, On the Premises. TO LTET, r UI.CHf-AN COTT'AGE, with garden andi grazinie paddock attached. For particulars, apply to Mr U. Mercer. at Fv ns' For,!. "Fvans' I ord. .Marc 13:h, 1852. TO LET, A GOOD she.- and nremises in linor- . , ibool-strret, adjoining Di. Syder'l. Rel;t Moderate. Apply to ,?A'runvw Ffol.3tE5 S#.h MIrch, IS52. [ TO FELLMONGERfl. TO BE LET, the Scouring Establish 0 meat at the Breakwater, belongin...
MINING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
MININg' ItGULATIONS. TnE novernment of the colony of Victo toria, has not iprogrcssed a single step to wards adopting a rational code of mining laws. The Sydney government, on the othercand,'has applied itselfwith much in dustry to the attempt, and whatever steps have been resolved, upon, are at once made public. So many proclamatious ha-v been issued, that it is now found requisite to gather them together, and to issue a consolidated code of roles, rith a copy of which we have beon favoured. One of the earliest complaints which we made against the government at Balla rat, was, that a set of unpublished bye laws were acted upon, and the repro.ch is still applicable, f-r the Colonial Se cretary's last edict against the transmis sion of small quantities of gold by escort has never seen the light of day. The following is the official summary of the Sydney rgeulations: ALLUVIAL GOLD. Cl.OWNX [ITX ILCuTss*. I. No person Fill Io perrittild to dir, search for, or remove Gold on or from any...
A CASE OF REAL DISTRESS, AT THE BENDING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
A CASE OP REAL DISIS- T 1 .T T 'jil CREEK.' : I saw a man at Bcndigo, 'rwa la.e one a:tmcms, I a Aaoirst and alone, Ile lat upon? ? ptrtra tree 3a d watchSi e The Crizzled locs upon hi br r Vlaw him an .-peact ild. Whu..ver looked on him woud i ie wa! M1isfrtune's chlld . Ilis v:iase seemed as grimly sad as if h,'d om Ssofl luckies di?5r this, tho r s t Who f is talere told , Woulld gunish it "ith m a n, . t id MiI tt' prha~p unfold ' Stouching in$ta of the sad reulo f t i, Feelin the drops of syrnpath, Were eatheringt, in or y, Sill, pIth,'- voice I S-14" •j' I, Still gze3d towndl the hy 'h To cherr thy droopln soul, my fric a ' r Supply? e I Wilh arJent -ue and iron rp Ile g ,ized u3 O rut?P-thens, 1nd mis? a wild ima'sted -aot heard to undertand, Ps Gvlre! gire!! ohl give!!l mer, -|r he . "bakker," ifyou can, ' ", I'm lawnrizht ?v- ? for asmoke I'm i -Qiuo. WisteoT. I -Iohea' L liit.
WESLEYAN MISSIONARY ANNIVERSARY, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
WESLE'TAN M[ISSION ARY ANN\SIESRYR, GEELONG. On Snndny Inst, 4th instant, %rmons were preached in "id of the funds of thel We deran NTieionary Society, in tne Wede'r.n Ch p.1 , (ielong; in th, ntornin. hr the Rer. John C. Slmonsn,in the erening bh Mr Cccer. The con gr-egations on both r,e?e~ons were v·ry Inar?e and attentive, and hr the libhr.l c:l:ec ionis at tIhe close of th sermvice, showed that tl:e i Mt the nppFeals erwich were m.?aie to therm on behalf of the heathen worhl. Ont To "In.. 6th instant, the annral pnblia meettn,. wa '.. Tile chair :r.s tlhen by tl.e l.v. :. I.ei;ts, (i Le ahseCtn throntth diirestic atilictio of l ienr Jeenniil.s, -q., of Melnourne, who 'i.l promiiiel to p:re ide.) .A ai,,trat of the .n? ntrll R,;rt was readl i Mr lhrker, tilhe Sieer ari frmirl whiclh it apearel that the So ciar in ito freign mtiiiis, ccnpiea :322 sta tirie, in which are 3106 crap, It andl preaching pl:ics; that 432 misini:narics are emllo;ve,, .lhe are a;si-t.1i i, e 4 c.Iteclisti...
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
To tIhe Editor of tLh Gedong Advrertier and IntIllig.ncer. SmI,-Perhaps you might find room for the following short pargraph in one ot the early numbers of rour paper: What I allna'e to is, the erection of a Floating Light on the B.lr of CMrio Bay,? a guide to tle steamerj at night. A mmall boat permanently moored on the Bar would bhe quite alfiieont; this might he attend ad to by a man whose daty would solely eonsist in going olf to, and trimming and lightilg the lamp every evening. At preosont the lamp at SMack's Hotol ie the only lighthouse, and the only gaide to a boat coming into the Bay or a ,lark night. My own opinion in, that that the Victoria at ai rate will find it impoubible to ron twieo a day doring the winter months, I am, vc., &e.. A WetL Wl1sea or GEEcnOg.
THE LATE ROBBERY ON BOARD THE NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852
Tune LATE RORnDRP OY Iojn run cLS;on. --The following particulars respecting the per son arrested at Wilia?ms Town, are given in the Melbourne papers of Thursday:-John George 'mes. tihe man who was apprehendled at Wil liams 'To'n, on Tesalay, was again brought be fi-e the lagis·lr.ites at that plasce for a fiurther ne:.uination, and for more strongly establishiog his identity, was dre&lt;sed in a suit ofI black olothes found in his carpet ha.. supponed to he the same as worn on the night in quscion. Being again confrontedl with Mir Draper, of the Xelson, and Mr. W. H. Davis, of the Royali George, both swore positively to his being the man that ap pearad as rin:gleader of the gang, the former morn especially from the ircumstance of tihis mann having pricked him in the side with a sword for not moving into the laz.rette so quiekly as he wishted, to hand up thie gold. It likew-ise ap peared in evidlence, that the prisonear was a run away convict from Van Diemen's Land. This was...