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THE CONVICT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

THE CONVICT QUESTION. TaR 31oreton Bay Courier states, upon the authority of a gentleman who has recently returned to that district from Engiland, thati up to within a few days of his departure, everr preparation appeared to be in progress for the separaeion of the northern districts from the colony of New South Wales proper. It was un derlstod that the suhiject had been referred by the Privv Council to the Crown Law ofiicers. A. dayr or two afterwards, the news of the discovery of the hundred weight of gold, andl the increased excritement in the coloni oensquent tchereonl, ap peared in the Londotn papers; and what effect this would have upon the intentions of her ~Ia jesty's Gorernment, was of course bhot matter of conjecture. Thle project of establishing a new convict estnbli-bment at New Calelonia in thi Southern Archipelago, has fior some time c?oupied the at tention of Her Lsjestv's Governmuent, and active steps for the purlese are at this moment under consideration. The island...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, 10TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. STcrDAr. lorn Ahrat. Bfrons his Worship the Mloyor. Robert Gnarrard, John Jones, and. James Brown were serally fined 5s., for ixtoxicatioi the previous day. OBSCENE LATOOGGE. William tlilerrasr ch?rgd with nsing obscene Ian=guage in 3Moorabool-street, on Friday evening last. The MLayor ornlered him to pay a fineof 40s. or one month's imprsonmtent. Before the M;vor, J. F. Strachan, E q., Capt. Fyans, and Alex. 'hormson, Esq. After the discharge of the watchouse sheet, the prisoners implicated in the gold rohabery on boanr the Nelson, were brought op for further examination. Thecourt was crowded to excess, and the muster ot the legal gentlemen nwa con siderably strong. William Berne., James B.fll, Thomas Jonea, James Moran, James Grimes, John Thomas Pntehensan and .James Duncan,v were then placued in the dock of tile police olice, at hen M:'. Ehiw;rd Rent Gosling, lan!hard ofthe Union Inh:. Ma1b, street, being swanm, depoael-l tha. t Willi:am Iarnest, James Ba!l, J. T. ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

-p'ii ! no -An d i ,th, ioonCr, 7.I to'is. G(rre, i! ir, !-;-,te, from fllob.rt Torin. Nr. Do.,hrrtr, pRsse.;i'r. .\Ari! Ii.--Sr:'n; OUen%, schooner, IS ton., E. PerkiXr, ra'ter, from Melbourne. A-:ril 10.-Lncey,cuter, 15 tons, 11. I.l3iller, arter, ifnm ?i>lelxurne. A4ril It.--.Gzellc, schooner. 25 tonc, C. Ton ior. niimaer, from ?(flhorne. CLARI D O:'T. Ap-;l S.--RInnlh-Ir, shaner,~t 72 tons, .. ih-i bnhll rmaster, for 3laihour!e, in bailast. April 9.-Ramb!er, fir Melbonrne. IrFnST.E? Per Agites ntl Efizaotbth:- ·2-hoe~r andt i --ask appan , I dray, 21,-00 tet timber. 10,300 t, iing, I a., da , . Lawrence. Per S?tsn Oens:--50 hbans flour, 15 do rice, I deren bunekets, I pipe, 2!n!, 1. quarter ceasks wi:e, I blo iron, r ao spatdes. I hhdi, 1 eask, 5i iAt, 8 .barrel, I cheat, I portmanteau, 5 butindles, r2 Lta, Onler. Per Lanr:-1O cash, a ccse. , arne;ik5 larel, 30 as-kt, Beanl; 15 qnarter enqsks, Gib son a:d Curie. Per Gaz~eo :--Gazelle:- IS coses, lo!mes; :) tons irel, tLuter.<...

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

TEA-if TO NiELBOUZRN, S DA4LY, . AT EI;UT O'CLOCK. li VICTOI?,I I ,. JTs 3NL.LE.A, Comnmander, ias rmnlmence !he runinig to aad from Xlellrnrte leavig - 6.LONG, (daly), at S o'clcck in the .;sro iwg emit -" .. xIlLBOURNPF, (daily), at 2 o'c!ock in :he Afternoon. FAsRs:-* b. ·d d.. ?.1. n....... - ..... :, 10 t lore Cabin..... 6 6 . 'I lnrses............ 8 O :'itto, withutt pas senge1 .......- 10 0 J3 B. ? ?urro ,&amp; Co., Age'nts. STEAM. TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. JLTERATIONT OF TIME. 0 - ,? -ffer Monday, the 5th in, O" stint, ,he VESTA,. 'eamer, wRill leave the Wharf. Geelong, .tery lTuesday. Thursday, a d Sa ordaav e. orainr, at eleven oclock ; and C?,e's i harf, .leasurne, every Monday, Tuesd', a d Satuiday morning at njne o'cluck. G.W. COLE. FOR LONDON, Iarints te greater part ojf ker cargo esq, 4sa, will meet writi quick des r 'tch. Depa?rch being the ohject, Wool in quantity will be taken at jd. per lb. - THE A1 ship '- A aGL E," = [020 tons register, Francis Bc.re caa;;la.an...

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

MET.rGOtWF. A,?."D. Arnil S.-.Wnat:.. steamer, jS1 tonn, Frejer, ?cmnmand'er, from Srer. MIr arnd 3Mrs Brawn and famil .lr? Ied ??on, Er and Mrs H:m, r ls H'Le..n an.d ~ tna., es.rP. Jones. Kent, Stewart. P-rrindl;i, L na, Stephenson, Andrew, Flanner, 3'NSRniarn. Ferris, 3t!!ler, Yonn, Gor idon, Bagne, Ifile, Marsh, Birrial, and Terry, oand ninety in the ster:age. AprilS---Ci'y of Melblnnrae. are- saasmer, frnm Laceeston. Pasengers--ra Cameron, Rev. 3Mr Briewood, M.rs Wiliams, Mrs Campbell arnd son. Mr and 1rs William;, Mrs Tolmer and three childlren, [r Charles Thomas, E. Da mergne, Er Cuambrlnd, and one hundred and Ifty in the steerage. Aril S.--Adrventure, for Newerstle. a paz ~enern?. Tndn . for Sydlney, in bIllnnt. No pazsengers. Tom T. .?gh, for Adelaide. in h?allant. Pasen g.rs--_Mnr.. Waller, ilihbithe, [aane, Santo and Buton,. and ei.:hrty in the steerage. Phanton. for Adel?ile. Passengers-3Mr and Mrs DEgr'n. etars. Grocer and Hsart, and seventv-ei:t in the sterage. Wate-rw...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 April 1852

'-rWSit3 Ir 4EEtOOO HRB3ICR. At. .rtn, barqre, 416toks, J.Tames, mastor, ;i cra for I ndo?n; DJhlgety, Gore and Co., Ar:::. ::mi EizFabth, srcoosser, ;t tons, George C.&amp;lt;.art, n.ter. fronm fob.rrs Town; (. Larw re::ee ngen~t. T'smck:, burque, W. Wilson, master, from Loe ,lea ; Wes=ezarth, Ro,, and Co. ,rmi-n :I- . .rI-:e. 469 tons. A Broadsfoot, S cr. id on br London; Jackson, Rae and Ca mbk!?, ",ip, 914 ton,, T. 3J. Hammre?, master fIri.in .dn and Pliymoth with emigrants, W TIr:m:l, agent. ].rt. rL;I.134 fI ns, TI. SManom, master, from ,!.,tr To-rr : Csrrer and Dalton, ~,eits. I'ir. Fis,, hl-goantine, 122 tons. TIho. Og(leio, m:-t:er: C.rvcr andl Dalton, agents. G;nrze!, bj-e. ?6a toFs, laid up. t;nr· e. ·c!:oor. from Mielbourne. I!nrllr:;. s-c;.;oner, T. L.evanthen, master, from ,i X'er. Dennrs ndI Co., agents. J:: anod iElz F.i h, schooner, 2. tons, laid np. i.:e.y, cutter, fro e!blnur:e. k.5ry .Jans. ltri.antin, 82 tons, .T. 3?'Kinnon, mari er. Iron Srse-. oenrosn, '-q...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

2.1aril 12- An.m?, ? , ~. 375 f1n E. Vincent, masrer, fSv, So.h.v. with 237 Chinoee emi grnts.. I balaliea. LDlget;, Gore and Co., &amp;gents. April 12-T.illi?a, hmooner. 19 tone, T. Han nnh, master, ;rel, Seylney. Thorne, Sparkes and Co., agents. April 12-Ttelen, nhooner.40 taneJ. Gibsor, master, fron l nmiceston. G. 'nnl, agnent. April 12--Vlocitr. schooner, 1133 tons, Wil liam HarJie, master, from Adeladlae. Pasen~ers .?essr. G. Sperre, Douglass, Smith, and Fry; eight in the steeroe. CLEARED OLT. April 12-L-nc., cutter, IL J. Miller, master, for ?hlle mrne. DEPORTS. Per dillias - 20,000 feet cedar, 6 drns, 1 spring cart. 2 gi. 27 c?rt. eheese, 48 bags lhrley, O eses cordids, 25 hblf barrels pork, O1 ld herrings, 5 do. salmon, 4 cases sardines, 3 hhds porter, IS eass? pickles, 33 jars butter, 21 barrelh hams, 40 casks beer, 20 cases preserves, 20 barrels oats, Thorne, Sparkes and Co.; 100 eases gin. lecklnnld. Per Helen-S carotels, 6 barrels enrrantl, 2 eases nmiils, 3 casks c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

c r?'.! TO d3ELBIOURll E, I A:IL F, AT E[GTIT O'CLOCK. T1IE NtE F\ STEAM ER [ VICTORIA, ,Tons 31'Lrsx, Commander, I3st commence the running to and from tlelhourne, leavi, g (;1'LONG, (daily), at S o'clock in the .lorning 1IF:,BOURNF, (daily), at 2 o'clock in ta, Afternoon. FRES: s. d. Salnon .............. 10 0 t:~e Cabin ......... 66 Ilorse'............ 8 0 Ditto, without pas senger.? ........10 0 J. B. HuTTro, &amp; Co., Agents. a, STEAM. TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. ALTERI TION- OF TIME. 0% and after Monday, the 5th in stant, the VESTA, permer, will leave the Wharf, Geelong, every Tuesday, Thursday, a d Saunrdav lorniaz, at eleven o'clock ; and Cole's llarf, )3ei.ourne, every tMonday, Tuesday, a d Saturday morning, at nine u'c!ock. G. W. COLE. FOR LONDON, fsris?n thre greater part of her carges r.aassrrle trill meet wcith quick des patch. Dep:tch being the object, Wool in quantity w Il he taken at ;d. per lb. THE A ship " "EAGLE," 1020 tons register, Francis Earce coma:sander. This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

NO3TLCE. BankZ of Aufralasiaz. T TlT B.uik ,i;l ,e b !o-ol on TntjI- a-n.q Wdneosd'l v rIt;t, th 1;3th and 14h' I at, fur Oe bA f-vyear y bniic3. J. Bi, Monnr, Pro Slin1yar, 'rESn3I) MORNING, APRIL 13, 1852. THEA TRE RO YA L, GEELONG. 3IR. DEERIG, SOLE LESSEE. Important Announcement! The Patrons ofthle Theatre are re specifully inforned that in comrqnsenc ofthe serious and protracted indisposi tion of Mr. Deerin,. and the conse quent necesity for his retirement from Public Life or a short period, the Theatre will for the remahiner of the Season be nnlder the sole JancnrenAent of Mr. fydes, who has &amp;,en induced to postpone other enuqir, ments and ertend his stay in Gelong for that period. MR. HYDES treust that a con tinuous succession of norclties in ello Drama, Comedy and Farce, with errin arailable rarietit of other amusements and a discriminatinr use of the well known talent and re.surces of this Theatre. combined with his oen ac knowledgei experience in Theatricals. will ...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

HTOf.LRT TOWNi. A4,·.ri .--.\Iril 4 --3nmfmnl from Welling ton I vly 'r.nl;lin, from Norfolk LnIlnd; Coe :;r ,nniir, frm:l Prt AI.1,rt. ?.rL?n-Aliril 3-Eliaa, fnr the Slnth Sear; Tr m?.,r;mo, :or ,,Loudon. .-ane, for NeaeJbtle; Hr narill. for cl:- oumth S,6.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

WOOL. THE undersigned is a purchaser. ATREt.D Donor.Ass, Wool Broker. W`onl Kart, GePlnz'f. EiIi)i, WOOL ASI) TAL,(LOW ra 'HE Undersigned is a purchaser of Colonial produce, or will mn ke cash advances thereon, consigned to his Correspondenf in London. ALrx.-xnrEt W ?ION, FlYidl.ors Street, West of Elizaheth Street, M"elhourne. GOLD. IWOOL AND TAILOW. -11F, ndersigned will purchase, or make advances on coloni:l produce, cauritted to their friends in Lon on 3aad llanmhbreh. ,r1?-rst5rAtr, Ross S&amp; Co., .i78 ( :reel.on and .M e tl ourne OiF . SIJ K'PSKIX"S. IIIDL'S. SH UNDERSIGNED IS A FUR CIIASER. Troarxs 3TAR'lHALI., Breakwater. _GOLD. Rl' undersigned is a ( Aut ptrcha-, of a y quantity, from a quar er .s 'a ounce upwards. Tooatrs Townr, Cheapside lion-e. Oclo.er 7, 1851. 176 GOLD AGENTS !! STUP.BS &amp; SON tOnarantee to procure the highest price for the Diggers. At their Rooms, Queen-street. oppo site the Union Bank. *t* All hours of the day. 186 GOLD. J 13. HUTTON &...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

TliE SOUTII AUSTRALIAN BIiriOT ACT. Br the arrival of the Velocity in Gee long we learn that 3Ir. Tomkinson has been obliged to dismount from his high horse in very undignified style. The Register of tle 7th instant, informs us that on the previous day the Government applied to tho Bank of Australasia for a bill on London, on the terms lately publihed by them, and was refused, either for the amount originally applied for (G10,000) or any smaller sum. The bill was subsequently obtained from one of the other Banks, and the Government cheque for the amount was presented at the Bank of Australasia, for which payment was tendered in ingots and in notes of the other Banks. This tender was refused, .and very properly, becanse although the notes of all the Banks are a Ieale tender hbtween third parties, they are not such from the Banks in payment of direct demands upon them, which must be met in coin or bullion. As the B:nk of Australasia would not pay in coin, and for the moment could not ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUTION. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

SBSTR A T OPS A. S tBY A UCTION TursrAY, APtIL 13. 'V O'F-r.ell an Sor, at 12, Land .t Kast Geilnni_ By Carvpr and Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the D-rt WF.rTEsnY, APRIL 14. By J. B. Hutto. anl Co., at 12, Cotter Victoria. By J. B. Hlltton and Co., at 12, Boots and Shoep. Carver and D lion, at It, Postand Rails; at 12, .M-rchand'ise. TIIursnnr', APRIL 15, By O'Fartrll ind Sin. at 1, Milch Cows. Fnin\v. APRLe 16. By J B. Hutton &amp; Co., at1, Allotment in recploncr. Rv J. G. Carr, at 12, Brck Cottage ; at I, C own 1,>t. SAtTUriT, APRIL 17. By J. G. Carr, at 4., Town Lots. OfNoDay, Aa ?RIL 19. By J. B. Hutton and Co, at 12, Furni tore.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE FOOD AND BREAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

Tun FcOD AND B?E.~D QUESTION. The story goes that during, the early oat break of the first French revolution, a royal and innocent young lady asked Louis the sixteenth, the cause of the dis quietude of the people. She was told that they wanted bread, whereupon she innocently rejoined, " Why do they not eat eakes?" Good Friday being past and gone, and all the hot cross buns beingeatan (by the way, they were rery scarce this time) people naturally eat bread once more; and its dearness is an alietion to not a few of the good house wires of Geelong. " What makes it dear?" is the innocent question of the youngster, when clamouring for more bread and butter. Yes, what makes it dear? When the radical Luddites rose in insurrection in 1812, bread was very dear in England, the quarter of wheat selling for no less than 12s; and a face tious wag, wholhad doubtless plenty of bread and butter hi-self, wrote what he called a poem, in which he asked, "Wlhat made the bre:d so dear, the Laddites ripe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 12th April. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. 3fondav, 12th April. BEror E his Worship. the M3afor; J. F. Strachan, Esq.; and Captain Fyan . OBSCENE LAtO.iCGE. John Manning wasehargedl with using obscene language in the public street, on Satunnry last The min had only the day before been reliered from gaol, for detfm!t in pivment of a fine, and was recommended hr the Mayor to be more can tions for the fture, and disci?arged. ososotraNOra. John Thomas aseharged th creating a dis tarl:nce in the public street, on SaturlJay last The constable who apprehended the man, stated to tle Bench, that he saw the defendant jump into another man's dray, and again jump ug onC' take up a large stone, and strike the driver of the dray a violent blow on the back. 'Ti;omao, who is steanrd on hoard the Swan, informed the Court, that seeing a man rather the worse for liquor in charge of a horse and dray in Cario-street; and a pig being on the dray, which had become rather unruly: he asoanded the dray solely for the purpose of renderi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

At a meeting of persons favourable to th-e estalFlishment of a Steam Navitttain Company, held at the Council Chambers, on Friday, March 5th, 1852, "ric t' "loyhr.s3, Esi,., ?I TIIE ?nAIxi, The follhow;nPrnspectus was adopted: PROSPECTUS OF TIIR GERELON1 STEA' 1T ?VA T4IGA 7 TO.v COOMPA NY. CAprxtA, £50.00(,. In 2000 Shares of £.25 earb. 7THF small nambher of Steam Vessels at present p'vin8 on the waters of Part Phi!lip he ng inadequate to the wan s of the pt' lie, and soure or these aesslts leing inefficient and defective, an :augmentation of the steam marine of the co:oun is considered desirable. The daily increase of traffic and large influx of populat on also require an ex tension of steam c mmunication het'ree,, our ports and those . f the neighbouring c.lonis. Fully sensible of the a-van rages ofsuch ex ension, it must he appa rent to tie 'residents of Geelong, anid Thone who take an interest in her pros terity, that they are not only excluded from a full participation in these...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

To t!ie Ejitor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. Sret-Bv rour ineertin r the followin_ letter, and thereby bringing theoiject of it befotr the public some ,,tl?I emay he ultimately elffetel by it. An evil there i4 much reason to complain of is the obrioaulv alniterated brandy ,t present re tnilin, in Geelong, by a consilerale ?ruportinn of epirit retailers, Of this fact anioaýe who wishes to do no mar make himself entltizant. The ndultertiar mixture may he quite innoxion., for any thing L know, but whatever it is, or whatever many be its prcwertie, it materialy nlters the fminr of the spirits, in no wae t,; their irnrovempent . Bat, w?nerl imtprored re n?t, when peopie wish 1,? ?. brandy, anRl wi . litlo to p?r f.r it, tiy,; -~rinly .hio.k have Traeay ni...c ntLh i any f'orl g eeai' se:Ane. If the adtultr,:rainr mi:ture he d.lek;erieius .'.a.i lj"u - ,iula ia the , l eu-n canti'n:i ur n; eh practlic· coils fir 'tli lhih?e:l red rib?t n. Bat, nid *r , snupiosable eiual:nis...

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THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 13 April 1852

THE TRANSPORTATIOŽ QUESTION. T'f Srdneyr Herald an the Empire are vehe ment in their condemnation of the policy and condcnt of Earl Grer, in intimating his deter mination, as colonial minister, to perpetuate the transportation system. But it is even more eignifieant, that the Iathrrst papers contain in di.nalit protests on the subject. It will be re collected that there was a prno-tranportation meeting held of the 3foreton 11ay district squat ters; anJ it was supposed that Earl Grey would rely much on that fact, as evidence of the divided opinions and feelings of the colonists. The Con rier exclaims, And so after a!l our meeting, speech-makings, petitions and protests, ann despite the hopes fordll cllerishe, that no British ministry could o f.ar staltif" itself as to select a _gold field for a penal settlement, we are now, after ten months of an auriferoue existence, informel that our land is ag-ain to becursed with convictism. Nothing it appears will everconvince that stiff-necked ...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 April 1852

u:BL1D CCr. AprI I"-ý-pYii.p 'oIonxer, 42 ton?, E A. Flinn, miaor, f: .Melbourne, in ballast. April 1.3-Gazel l schlooner, 25 tons, C. Tan ner. miaster, tbr .Meiboirne. OAILED. April 12-Swan, for Lannceston. 13-lncr, for Melblorno. Sopbia, ao. Gazelle, lo. Sr a nru. rer Gazelle-1O~s bags obest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 April 1852

1 ti TO4 );ELBOURNE, AT EIHIIT O'CLOCT. ,iE N ,N STEAMER ! ICTOR TA, I , .LM n, Commander, ,rr"n-ente the running to and from L")NG" (days), at S o'clock in the ?"f.F RFV, (daily), at 2 o'clock in FARES : s. d. .;n?0.............. 10 0 Sracbin ........ 6 6 !-rr: e ....----. . S tu::'o, without pas nger ........ 10 0 " .. B. IIHTrro, &amp; Co., At'nts. TgF:AM. TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. _T-?E1?RTIION OF TImIE. ' - '" after Monday, the 5th in VESTA, n.*r. nitl leasc the Wharf. GeelonE, '.r T:arday, Thursday, a- d Sa'nrdav . . ~- ereven ocloc: ; and Cole's :,.;. 3,' ?orne. everTr Mondry. -., ad Saturday morning, at nine G. W. CoLt. hFr Adelaide Direct. S :HE fast sailing brigantine, SVELOrl7T, S13 t rns reais'er, will sail for :.~e r:,:ton saturday next, the 17th ,s excellent accommodation for ,r freiot or passa?e, apply to i Fcrnrt, Romxsox &amp; Co. -i 13. 1 '?2. S HARLEQUIN, :;:. master, will sail for the above -.,"1 ?Wlednesday, 14th instant. F r fe :ght r passage, apply to tie...

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