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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

ABSTRACT OPF SALS Byi I SATURDAY, APRIL 10 By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 12, Lan ad Buildings. By OFartell and Son, atl2,Carria I Horses, &c. ie, [By Carver and Dilton, at 12, Lime; ai haif-Dast 12, carts, onions. MONDAY, APRIL 12. By J. G. Carr, ht 1, Kensingtn Esteat By Carver and Dalton, at 11, Kegs, Por ier, and Glassware. 'uEsnAY, APRIL 13. 'y O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Land4t :ast Geelcng THURSDIY, APRIL 15, By O'Farnell and Son, at 1, XMilchCoi FRIDAY, APRIL 16. By J B. Hutton & Co., at 1, Alloaente in TGeelong.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

1MET.BOvsETR SUTRKHE CoUIr.-OCIVIL Sir TrIGS.-Tho ca.Ieof KhuRI il a:ainst Shepherd, and others, for illegal ani forcible possession of the .Tu!lii?aroopna station, occupied two days, 1lon day and T''esday. Much evidence was given on Lbth sides, espciially with respect to the foreiblo ejectment of Mr. Khnll by the agents of Mr. Shepherd, 'he Judge, 'an summing nu, saLd It was vary dificult indeed generally'to defiro what rights of entry were conferred by a squat ting license. They were issued annually, and it did not follow that the holder onn year would be so another. It was v ry doubtful, therefore, whether the defendant wouli have been justified in entering in Januiarr, 1S51, a dwielling-house, when the licenso for that year was not issued till the following May. It was the occupation which gare the right, and not the license which per mitted that occupation. The matter appeared to rest upon who was in bona fide possession in January 1551. From 1842 to 1849, Shepherd was in posse...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

WJf y TO MELBOURNE, D"" A I) IL 3 , AT IGIIT O'CLOCK. TIlE N 0E T E AM ER VICTOR IA, P,UoN 31'LV.As, Comnman:der, lls rcmmence t'he running to and from ?teltontrne, Ieavwir 'i;F.l.0i?, (daly), at So'clock in the .,a; tang ANn IF-I.ROURNF, (daily), at 2 o'clock in FARES : P. d. Faloon.............. 10 ) Fore Cabin......... 6 6 Horses............. 80 / )itto, without pas sengers ........ 10 0 J. B. IJrrrroN , Co., Agents. i TEAM?, TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. LTEiRATION OF TIME. pN a:d . fer M.oday, the 5:h in '' sta:t, tihe VESTA, eanmer, will leare the Wharf. Geelong, esery Ttuesday, 'Thnrsday,a d Sa nrdav nlrnin:, at eleven o-clock ; and Cole's sharf, !eltourne, every IMonday, Tuada:y, ad Satutda)' morning at nine o'rluck. G. W. COIts. FOR LONDON, Itrnh thte .reater pari of her cargo I ,?anet, willE meet idth/ quick des pttt(. Despatch being the object, Wool in quantity will be taken at ?d. per lb. THF Alship " EAGL E," ·- 100 tons register, Francis EaTce croutanider. 'his iuagnifice, t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

YOTIC E. Ba;il rf A u.rrni a. r TiS Pank -;!I Ii" rc ,P.! r.n T:;c,.-,,r nn,! I \Ve .!np,,irs , n, r,. rl, ?h -nl 14bth int., fr ie l rhu. l-' ir C l ,..i;ir:lrf. J. R?. rfnwrp, i'iY :Lnbese S.ATURDAY 1TORNI.N, APr;IL 10. 18s2. For Freight or Charitr, - HE fast-sailing schoner, TOROA. ' ---'a - R. H. Sholl, master, tnill be ready to take in cargo on Satu-day, t!e 10th lnst. For p3rticulars apply to the master, oa board, at the Queen's n harf. April 8, IS52. EASTER MONDAY. THEATR B ROYAL, GEELONG. THE LAST NIGHT! - BENEFIT OF aIR. AND MRS. J. P. HYDES. MB. & MRS. J. P. HYDES in returu ing thanks for the many favours they have received during their stay in Geelong, beg to informl th Inhabitants that. their BeNEfIrris fixed for the above Evening, 'hen they trust the Entertainments so carefully selected will secure to them their patronage, presence and support. ON MONDAY EVENING, AprPn 12, Will be presented the Grand Hlistorical Drama in two acts, entitled, THE LIONESS OF THE IN...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRITED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

Sr E.P.OI KXE.l. Ari' 7-rPliRi, si.-rIIr, 'frm Cipe Otwa, in hb.ll*a, no !'w** (. cL?ARr, n U. April 7--wnrdfithB, chcnner, for Kohrt Town, Iill. Ilf.td-el )I pll(sTrs. A nwzo;:, l.irquei, fr Ade!.ni, no passenners. TI-.Wia- F.' r!d, shronPr, fcr Cirenlar ; ad, in Almarn?inr, hri,. for Port T?nin, fTanritins. Pas t,.4er---lr Sterle end two children. FAILED.: April --TEm.' !, i,,: Sdniy l'hrw, do alEr-rrdt Pr?: Agr,i, for Portland ?eiionurn, for 1Huinr Trow Ci.y of Sy.rJ,-r, f.r Launceston. P r ScrnirT-h, 200 iles, and 6 hanndles dleep Ior Am;rino, S50 !?gei CnpIpr ore. Per 3Earni-i., 54,90d tiis; 5 lblos loathir, S.,h ndi l .i;l: OS i~uesi t.Il.jr, lit[pe anid G :r~e.

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POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 8th April, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 8th April, 1852. Before Captain Fyans, J. F. Strachan, and J. G. M'Millan, Esquires. nexai9ns. Thomas Stane was fined .5s, ad James M'Go sey, o20s. for drunkenness the preceding day. BINDING TO THE PEACE. An elderly man of the name of Job Dews, was called upon at the instance of his wife, to find security for the peace towards her for the next six months, himself in £20, sanld two others in £10 each. 3ASTEI AND SERY.L\T. Dr. Coward was called upon yesterday to an srwer the complaint of lIobert Liwnrence, his hired serrant, for non-payment of £6 5o. being the amount of wages earned by him, Lawrence, in threshing wheat for the defendant. Dr. Coward explained, that the plaintif had not finished his coniract, as the wheat, although threshed, had not been cleaned, and he refased eonseqnlently to par him until that necesoay part of the process eas done. Thedepnentalso div uted the quantity alleged by the plaintiff to have been threshed. Mr. Strachan observed, that...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

TO JAMES AUSTIN ESQ., Mayor of Geelon. .IR --We. the undersicnee, Inhalit nts 'f tie Town of Geelo g, re .,uhtatyon wili conrveneaPublic fteet '0t' n5 "earlYr dV, for the purpose of i i, 0t? ' ? t an 8.o cOnsle;tlra!lon Prl.r [tiPey s S. 'Ie Dlelate J. C. K[i g, Eq,, Se ,, srrtlatill qulestio.n. cau ,, R'ob-rt lRolinso:, 11.1..C. Jane s. ,tr::chan. N1.L.i. Jonatl:an Crirke, M.D. ('harles N. Thnirare, J.P. -. 11ilian limtn., J P, W. I. CarturiIht Jaaeis Nolle, Town (:ouncillor Henry John G-oulier Fre,!erick Dal J.. Martyr J. -.Gregry P. (V. Tooule, M1.D. John Dry, M1.D lino. Roap", Town Councillor T. C. Riddle Jas St, rtnont * Therras tunde 'hThotrns ('urle ThIter S Kerr Flred. Ch.aunpion Jatne llarrtso,, Town Cotnr cil lr (;. TI'. Lloyd, A!derman Jas. (. C.rn Ju, es Cowoe, Alderman Jtmes Sadler i, II. Langdon Henry Gilh - ichaltrd Gibtls teo. Hi?atoi Charles Sladen Josaeh W. Belcher W. Bright W'illiana Noble Dan el B. Co1nains William Erwin William IBarron Noeiry Duncan To Ro, ert R...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 April 1852

i -rppINx T"T {,LLIGENCE. \pril 8 -Tnrer. -~.: olnr, 5? tone. I. II. Shir'!'. ne!*«,.. Foun ,e;.unrne. APII 8-,'p'ti.., .lhoonlr, 42 tons, E. A. flvn. na-tr , frnm ";elhrni. An;ri 8- M5l-v Inn, hriiuitine, 82 ton, J.II. M'Ki-Io.). mAti;.r, from Sn:erv. P.isensers Mr. and Ml.. Stewarnt aull lnii ' - Ai;ril S--VictorTa. ctter, 1.3 t.ns J. Ram dea. master, from !Mella.rne. r;-n"n Crr. April 8--SRan. hri:, 119 ton. .Tolin A?ler son, taooter, for 1.i>iii',o, in lillast. Passen 'grs-Cdin: FMr. Iorne', 31ri. Wely, mind fix in the st?ernse. April 8--Nu' Bh--n a:rdl. -rhoner, 22 tons, IWV. n..lame, master. for Melcllunm. April S-Wfili.m . -'Imner, .12 toni, J.Clhi. pioe, master, for rlel!ournie. SAII.M". April S--Xt. Inron' avde, for Melilnurno Wil!lom. do. TAllia lIooi:, for Adelaide. I:!PnRTr. Per T.--oa-60 l, i , mr, 5 ere, rlhepe, 10 to'lnitier. T.anmn?nre; I-le 3 lhauiles leather, qMithi aid Kirkl: .3 brat cnliles, caiena' trunk, Shnil; 2001 h-.e -it, Onr.r. Per Saphli--3 lo.ishie !s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

PUTLIUC-Wo7sF TO LE7T. r O L ET. Licensed loilse, near T- Twn. r tainin.fi every requiasit for a odi hls.ineS. It hbs nor bee' licensed thr'e yetars., and the imiitsiesdaily inceresieg. Fur psrticaular; ietsirei or Zirs (G. T. [Lamv, ' Wine Merchant,. SMalop-street, (:Crio. 'March 15, 185'. .o -Re Lt.. 1lRFIR.LD HOUS',-- con:nieine - four romslnr, p~!ri!, a:i de achr''d kitchen. ibh la'?e garden; alio. 20 acres of land lwith it if required; plea ss*tly situate near the rive, one andl a half miles frem town. Apply to Eliwt Woirn, House AgeSot. OR. TO Mrs. SCTOT, - - ~ On the Prni ses. TO LET. rTULCHAN COTTAGE, with aarden and graziz p ad~ark asrache,. For particulars, apply to lr H. Mercer. at FvanS' Forl. Fvans' Iod. March 1:5h. 1852. TO LET, A GOOD she and pre ,iss in Is?'r, hn,tl-s:r et, adjoining Dr. Syder's. Rent Moderate. Apply to Manrew ott.?,ItS. 27?th trrarh, 185. TO FELL.,rOAGERS r FO E LFTr, the Scouring Establish inent at the Erealkwater,, belonging to the undersigned; n ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

ABSfLiACT OF SALES BY AULCI 0N Mosn.A, .APIL 12. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Kensing'on Ests!e. SBy Carver ana Dalton, at 11. Keas, Por ter, and Glassware; at 12, Gold Scali:. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. By O'Farrell an:l Son, at 12, Land t East Geelong By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the Dart. 'Tncnsn.Y, APRIL 15, By O'Farnell and Son, at 1, Milch Coas. FaRsAY, APRIL 16. By J B. Hutton & Co., at 1, Allotment in Geelong. By J. G. t arr, at 12, Brick Cottage; at 1, Crown lot. SATULtAY, AF.-IL 17. By J. G. Carr, at 4, oVwn Lots.

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THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

TEn QUrEE'S COLLEGES I.N RELAND. ? - The Queen's Collees in Irelanl, tile foeudatin of wines xi ,ne ot tiletrighbt est _paages. in the public career of the late i-Rohert .Peel. are now prodrcing the efifect which bigots dreaded, and li beral mnen scarcely dared to hope for. Tie Tinmes says th:,t the gi-antic ,vatm of g!cs eldcation, no- firmly esta blished in Ireland, is bearin- fruits which onught to cover witih shamelit.?fii otted detr.actors and opponcnit, wet er~; -Re man Cathdolic or Protestant Nlt mcrelgy are the Queen& Ciolleges educatingr toe ther in feelings of mutual amity and good-wi!l those wao a few years ago would have -cen trained in reciprocal hatred and cont:emps for each other's creeds and persons, but the time-honour ed and orthodox r(,utine of certain deno rcilational establiilments seems likely to lie materially alteredi and improved by the standard of excellence thus reluc tantlt alhuitted. n the excellent ad dress of Sir Robert Kane, delivecred at the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

SFor Frei'ikt or Charter, T lH Ef fast-sailing schooner, TL TOROA Ri 1 H. Shurll, master, will be l to take in cargo o" "aturday, tie 1th ',,ticuars apply to the master, on Sth Queen's Wharf. J\,i 8, is _. . '- "' -POt\V I1,NiY. F W,' Loti'o, s'ta Melbourne. f Ei- line fass-stilini A 1 barque ^\"? .' COMMODORE, ,' s burthen, James BR oadfoot,com t" Is now re lrly loded, and will I Itel't . I , 1 I Ie ol in Geelona are res ,, nf rred ihat there is room for (l :) to o50 bales, and as the ship , u lee Gtelon ? on the ISih current f er\ urne, toir nish her loading, an " ?lication is necessary, to *P J.- LcKos, RA., & Co. Melbonrne or Geelong. -.* _Tilis vessel has every comfort for passengers. ,,ti0.hS32._________-.. , STlt' PERS OF GOLD. .'. l ?? liENO\iN' has now c mple'ed i.'r IEdiiig, and will sail from p.t f'itnly direct, withlut callii,!g at iHo' .!Hay. C eplain Walker will he , rteld Ite at 'he ofice of Alessrs. Ssac!l n and (Co., every forernJn for tile 1r re. of weight ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

EASTER MONDAY. THEATRE ROYAL, GEIEONG. THE LAST NIGHT ! ! BENEFIT or MR. AND MRS. J. P. HYDES. Mi. & Mins. J. P. HYEns in return ing thanks for the many favours they have received durin, their stay in Geelong, beg to ini;rin the Inhabitants that. their llNEFrrii fixed for the above Evening. when. tlhey trust tl.c Entertainments so carefully selectf.,d will secure to theml their patronage, presence anr' support. ON IMONDAY EVENIyNG, Aratir 12, Will he presented the Grand Historical Drama in two acts, entitled, THE LIONESS OF THE YORTHI; OR, THE Prisoner of Shlisselboulrg! Elizabeth, (Lioness uo the North,) MrTs I. P. Hydes. Alexis, (Prisoner of Shlusselbourg), Mr. J. P. iiydei. Supported by the whole strength of tiie company. Negro Melodies, Mr. Meadows. Dance .............. Mrs Stubbs. ong............. Mrs Webster. "Buy a Broom" Dance....11?s. Jyde?. Comic Song ...... Mr Webster. THE CONGO MINSTREL':: Mr. T,. P. Ifydes, For this night only. First Melody '" Ginger Blue!" J- P...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

S1YD' EY. SAtr'.-'~-"arTh r ..-I.Mrmorn, reh;n!onr, fr' 'i , I'·.i ',.3 ,:.n. Fa.ocritP, Iarqre, frour . ,/ ': . S- p}pire. * arri from Liv.rp:al. A' ..i: ·.. -',: ! , r. f r'o:n 2the liviatir'a [hl: k. .,:,',.,,f " .v b,, rig, from Yelb",r r n. Ci,.i' f A . or tl. D,?'.. ' i ke 'ofW ,i' "' f..!:".:,ree t.h,_ D, 'as:. S;amrnr,?'k. ,qh,,mr, o" ': u'i · /;·: ;: . ".a l,,li rite?, ed , If;c l :',,l,'· ·:'. '.ITrFhe, i ,' orln 3 r?- Ie mre. ', , ' i , !m dMe, ,b·rne. Tns. ,.C . fr n j .?r, A.b- rt C ,e HIrn, !rcue . I... ?,c,-,:: .? 3 -s,. Fr7 - c1r'i,, b ,,-i, r": I ,:":"I 0-. 1 atrI . sroli r f.'i m -r ar'',?I, . P ke . ,ar. ' 31a ! t. 1rt- C'.,?anr L?'% ;:, ,i?.,from G',:=go,). i;: ap iii. L.:,,r, frm I,',r' . ' .''n il I. '_." o,,,,.r, fo',un .?;!:?,urre," P)acl;;;,% '-,;-'orn ,ron .- :. :,. .--"pray, b-i', 'i N, .,,a. b CTr':,. .'.r' - . ,i ,'q) r, abr i., -] ,? f r !} 11hi I" ii, nAI'r. Lnrini, Liri"" f..r T '? : { ': Frorbil e{,:. Ann :,.,r;" ":,:?; .' ;r i orr, Al"?re. E m?ma, L...

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WANGARATTA GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

WANGARATTA GOLD FIELD. A eorrespondent ef thie Argus, for whose res pectahility the editor vouches, thonuh the stylie of his commonination is somewhalt jocular, nires the followringo " fa?cts"' respecting an allesed sod field at Wangaratta: Fack l--?Nnzets found in granite! Seven teen ounces of fine gld and nuzgeto, the pro perty of MJr. Thom?na Millarl, of the Wangaratta store. The hed ot the creek is not vet rorked. and hlr .illard informs me that the nnnets were obtained surfacing between rasite slu face houl,!ers-it would be very wrong indeedll, in the present excited state of the public mind, incalt tiousll to misleadl the noaro, althoghl, Sir, yiu -ill probably kindly allow me to state that a presvalent opinion exists here as to the aplmnlid fortune awaitin.r the first suorces-fl ldiscernin, delver who strikes his pick and borer iato the heart of this magnificent and estensive gold Faet 2-As honest, respectable, induotrious man named Vincent retlrneil on Satorlav list, having ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

Ti'hgovernment, we are told, contem platesthe formation of a tramroad between Melbourneo' and- Manwt Alexandcr. Having dozed during the sunnmer in a state of culpable indifference, Lonsdale and La Trobe hare started up, determined to do something desperate. They now prop so to out-Yankee the Yankees, and perform in a twinkling what the Califor nians hare not vet set about. We do not disapprove of the proposi tion ; but we doubt very much the capa bility of the government to brir.g it to a successful issue. The coetrast between what the government has done, and what it talks of doing, is lamentable. Let ns take an instance. In 1850 money was voted for the erection ofa bridge over the Barwon.-t Bucklev's Tal!s contracts were entered into fAr the completion of the .ork in Aegost, 1851.. Eight months hare elapsecd since that time, nr.d where is the bridge? The timber to be used in its construction is still growing! Now, if the govrernment cannot get a little job like tlhis completed, he...

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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

GEELONG GOLD CIRCOULXI. TiEprice of gold still remains at 50s 3d, at which figure a good deal of business has been done this last we.k. It has caused some surprise that at homne, the gold news has effected so little ofa sens:.tion, it was confideCntly er pected that by this time companies, and buying agencies would have been estab lished, and English capital in full play; however, late accounts show that it is beginning to produce its effects, and home capitalistsare awake to the importance of the market. There has been a good deal of conjec ture as to the ultimate effect of the ad ditional supply of gold from these colonies. And whether it will have a depreciating effect on the metal. The profofo experience is decidedly against thesupposition that it will depreciate, or t!hat there will ever be a zlut. The effect of gold discoveries has ever been to give an impetus to commerce opening so many more channels for the employment of it, as an article of exchange or circulating medium, a...

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COMMERCIAL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

Coa?rEmacIA. Puosectcis.-All who recollect the commercial history of Cali fornia during the first early days of the " glden era'," cannot have forgotten the fact of the extravarant prices realised by consumalble produce of all kinds, and merchandise. Tilese very high prices lasted a comparatively short time; and so enormous were the imports into San Franelsco,that shippers found cargoes not likely to realise cost, treighbt, and har bour dnes; and in several instances ear gees wero carried back to the United States. without even bulk being broken Whether or not a similar process is t3out to take place in Australia remains to be seen, but various circumstances world appear to indicate the probability oF it. The attempt on the Stock Ex c:vnge, to raise "bubble" gold mining cemjanics, proved in the first ins:ance an entire faiiure, because recent eaperience had indulced much ca:tion on the part of the general publie, and the community had no~t recovered from the exhaustion of .thle rail...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

MELBOURNE. Y3ELnMuaO SUPREMO CODuT, Tharnrsv, April S.-The e of Taylor against Turnlbll and itherm, was tried on Thursday last. This was 4n action of trover, to recover four hills of ex chango amountingaltngether to £1000, damages erer laid at £2000. To this had been plelaed th general issue. The Attorney-Gaeerl satA»d the eas. The plaintiff rived in the color y is WII, wging wi him a seaUidkPnae mCoa, of monor, and en authoritV to draw on tihe Eli:linrrgh and (;lasegor Bsek to the amount of £10O0 HoIe broueht lctters'of introdmuction to he defenllantot, and had several interviews wit\lh them as to the l?st molde of inves:ino his expital. Ultimatel he res ltrvd on beosint'- a ettler. and a.greodto purchase a station cailed Swan Roeach, in Gipts 1,10d, the praperty of the tef-iindantlo. An :lreemoent was drawa up in !whih the plaisi.f aureed to purchase the s:,ion on hicih there were 7300 sheep, besides ,artle asial shtires, for £4-00-i£1400 to be paid down, ndl the remaindei r in bi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR COLONIAL PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

SOnr CotLtrLt Plntncu M.E?TSrr.-T- hre porto from our varorIos coliail pIroduco market l.how mti?i in uied tlendmev to iadvance, hIlt which Sis kept in clmecl by the apl;r. The Lnumceston market renpri, -?so,-" l htt a little stir in the grain nmarket has cauel a samll advaonce in the prces of wh.t and fluir. \\iheat, 4s to4s 6 d; barley ( glis,) 3-; ;ats 4+ 3.1 per hruhen; flour (lmne) £14 to £15: srec·nll £12 to £13 per too ofl000 Ibs; h-oltlar, Is 6d: dran t.i 81tl per bushel o 20 lbsh. bre.d l.1 per 4 Ilb l:tf; fresh hutter 1s -4.]; s.!t bu'ter In ' .at; leonial cheese is 4d to Is th-l; ln.ih cheS..e 2v: b.Con is to m I t31 per lbh: foels :G Gd (rery sc:oree); du, -? Gd per ! p.ir, (Searce) ; eg Is ti, per dozen ; beef ; muitto: 2l to 31; pnork 71 to SJ; veal 6, per l,; l: otate £.I per tiii; h1ay (loose) £2f 10s to £3 (compresseI) £3 per tonlm; 0trw £2 iper ton. -At Adleldte, unler darte of March 2C, it is stated that -ries have ruled sotmenihatt higher for wleat, aod ay inn- b...

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