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SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 April 1852

SUPRE3IE COURT. FrmDAT, APRIL 16rn. LAteECINT. Frlderik E nard'. pleade.i cnilty of stealinr on the lith of FEhrnary. at Kernoton, one hard awr, &C., the property of William Clarke. Remanded for sentence. ORSOE STrAMXtr . John Wilson, charged with stealing, on the lsth 3frch, one gelding, the property of Oliver Johnston. It ppeared from the evidence, thna the prn s'eilfor mI'4ol the bore.which wa: not branded, on the lar montiorna d in lhe indi:tment. cod on coming to 3l' Iirneto look fr hinm. fnonl the animal in the t onesion of the nerson who had pn"-'hoel it from the siesoner. Verdict, puilcr--Seantene deferred. ROBBERT r OR Tr WAIB r. Patrick JInee vas inhetel for oeelink a coil of rope, the property of Westg?rth, RIe, an, Co. The primer wes =een to pot the oil of rope on Sdray, nr.d then go to the horse's hed ns thnrth to ledl it. away. He was <topped hy the driver of the irt. Verdict, nil+r-sentenee deferred. A?IAtIP T AND RnBBERT, 3lichnel r'Tlcnhlar r?a in...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG. VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 April 1852

SliW I;'PL fI:ELLIGENCE. GEELONG. TSSnt.n IN GEELAOG IIARBOUR. Ahl,lel~lorne, 416 t hn, J .Jaimes, master :~ard on for London ; Dalgety, Gore and Co., A??,es and Elizabeth, schooner, 74 tons, George Stewart, master, from Hobrt: Town ; G. Lair recer, agent. Amazon. ship, 375 tons, E Tincent, master, from Srdney, withChineso immigrants.Dalgety Gore and Co., anent. Bsnicia. harqune, W. Wilson, master, from Lon don ; Westgarthl, Poss and Co. Commodore, haslue, 469 tons, A BroadfooL master.l:id on for London; Jaokson, Rae and Co, a=ents Cambodia. ship, 914 tons, T. J. Hammack, master from London and Plymonth with emigrants, W Timms, arent. Gazelle, brit, 265 ton. laidl up. J.ne and Eliznbeth. s~hoaner, 22 tons. laid up. 1.illias, s.hoaner, S9 tons, adrertised for sale. Starr Jane, hrientine, 82 tons, J. P'Kinnon, master, from Sydnev. Renown, btni e, 'i I tons, W. Walker, master, lOsdiig for London, Strachan and Co., agents. ??ieherr., barque, 340 tons, J Pearson, master, dialargin? her e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 April 1852

T? [ TO !ELTOUlTR'E, DAILY, SUNDAYS EXSCEPED. 116E NF'- STEAMER VICTOl IA. .Toi!t L'sT;.xN, Clmnnander, mive tie Q::een's Wharf, GePelng, r eibourne, every afternoon, at One li Wharf. Melbourne, for Gee .every morning at Eight o'clock. P] API RASIA, steamer, Wm lunterr, commander, havinft com d her repairs, will lease Geelong, heltbaurnle, every Monday, Wednes and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J5 B. Htrrox & Co. Geelong Agents. Irý;0, 185?. TEA.I. TO ANDT FROM MELBOURNE. 4!TERATIO OF TI E. a (d after Monday, the 5th in stant, the VESTA, --arer, will leave the Wharf. Geelong, rv Tuesday, Thursday, and Sanurdav in., at eleven o'clock; and Cole's kerf, tle! )ourne, every Monday, eodavy, atnd Saturday morning, at nine Icuck. G. W. Conr.. FOIr LONDON, ari?a tie greater part of her carqo n,;aed, wiill meet a*itle quick des ,atch being the object, Wool in :uantity will be taken at -d. per lb. THE At ship S "EAGLE," - 1020 tons register, Francis rte commander. itis magnifice"-t ship is p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 April 1852

T'i official return of the revenue of the last quarter of the year (which comes strictly within the limits of the gold di;gng period, exhibits the following results, which are flattering enough to induce the hope that governor La Trobe will abandon his niggardly policy. and at all events build us our bridge over the Barwon. even if he obstinately re fc.: to remove the bar which is a sad obstruction to ships coming into our harbo?r. In the General Revenue, (we quote the abstract ot the Argus), the items of increase are as follows, Duties on Spirits, £31 433 2s.ld.against £11,816 16s. 6~!., last year; leaving a balance of £19,616 5s. 6d., or nearly twice the whole amount received in the corresponding quarter of 1851; Duties on Tobacco, £13,013 17s. 3d. against £6151 Os. 6d. balance, £?862 16s. 9J.; ad valorem duties on Fornian grods £15,578 9s.; against £4130 3s. 84.; balance, £11,448 5s. 4d; and rcrt .d! harbour dues £2438 6s. 11d; agmiust, £G41 7s. 9d.; balance, £1796 19s. 2d. There...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 April 1852

3ELBOURNE. CLEARED OLT. April 16.-XNtbron Mard, schooner, 22 ton, W. H Jame.s master, for Geelong. Wandelrer, brig, 140 tons, Geor-e Bogis, master, for Sydney, in ballast. Pa.eng'ers: (cabin), 3r. Charles Colman, Mrs Sterr, Mr. J. Armstrong, and Ir. Wm. White;fourteen in the steerase. Clra, brig, 179 tons, P. Hooney, master, for Sydney. In ballast. One passenger in the eaibn. Vangnard, harque, 347 tons, William Gar wood,eomnander, for London. Passengers from Geelong. PEOJECTED DiE.RTCRES. Nelson, for London, in a few days. Blonde!l, for London, in a fer days. Lima, for Lordon, ir a few days. fsaway, f:r London, 25:h April. Mary, for Nec.-ile, tl-s 25th instant Ameer, for Adeilide, with deopatch. Nirolenn. f,,r Auek!and. 20th inst. Clifr,. for Srdlner. 2S b inst C'ara. for Sy'!ne.. 19 h inst. Lvsan!der, for Adelai!e., 21 t inst. Hrro. for A.elaide. 22nd inst. Pri.ch, for Adelaide, 24il inst. SAILEn. April 16.-Creole, for tolhart Town. 3!argaret Brock, for Adelaide. ViTen. for Lannces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

WOOL. n Vndlersinel ill purchase or Advance on wol. Co. STRACAN & Co. ,, 1 215 WOOL. SF Undersiened will purchase or adanc TIOR N- SPATKUES, & Co. .TWOOL. H undersigned will advance on ,oo., of ti, present season ' clip. J ACKSON, RAE & Co,, Geelong and Melbourne. lonr, N 4, 1951. 313ai WOOL. HE und!ersigned is a purchaser. Ar.FRE DorVrIASs, Wool Broker. VI trt, _Gelon.__ OLP, WOOL AND TALLOW 'HE Undersigned is a purchaser of Colonial prodnce, or will m ke h dvances thereon, consigned to his 'Oundene in London. o ALSXAN?ER Vrt soN, Flhndrs Street, West of Elizabeth Street, Mel honurne. WOOJL AND TALLO r. tIE undersigned will purchase, or make advances on colonial produce, nIqnefd to their friends in London Siarrnurgh. Wrs.nARTTH Ross & Co., S Geelong and Melbourne. GOLD. HE undersigned is a CASh pnrchase. of a y quantity, from a quar'er as ounce upwards. T AS To. THOMAS TO\LE, (heapside Ho-ue. toher27, 1851. 176 GOLD AGENTS!! TBBS & SON puaran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

FOR FREIGILT-O2 CHARTER. r. l A baque ,. JL " ROSIrfRRY." S 310 tons, Joserh Pearson, corn minder. For particulars, apply to SrTAcakn &- Co. Geelon', 19th April, 1852. .8 ' F"- barque ANjKROIAGCRE, j S having completed her load inz, is now ready to receive Gold for sh pen-nt, and will sail dnect fron Point Henry in a few da s. The Captain will be in attendance att'e office f William i'tnmws, daily, to weigh Gold. Two cabins are yet ' acart, and from the superior accorudation of this favour ite »essel, intending pa?svengis should make immediate appl cation to WILLIAM TIt3s, OR, STRACHAN AND Co. Barque Andromache. Lb persois having accounts 5 a agaionst the above vessel are requested to send them in, in duplicate, by Saturday, 241h instant. WILLtm TDIts. TO SHIPPERS OF GOLD. THEL RENOWN' has now c!,mpleted her loading, and will sail from Point Henry direct, without calling at Hobson's Bay. Caltain Walker will be in attendince at the office of Messrs. S.rach.n and Co., every fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

ADVERTISEMENT - F this shoult meet the eye of Joitu ( i.-LnAITnI, who .as at the Clyde C'ompnuy's Sittion,.' Elephant iridge, in 1845, he will hear of his son James :" albraith, by letter. Address J. (i. Geelong Intelligencer and Advertiser. F '1 i si?unld meet the eve of IDcNC?s Kalita, lately fromnt Glasgow, he is regoestel- to communicate twith John 'ell, of the same place. Address, Union Inn. !Malop-s'rcet, Geelong. April 6,,1852. r71 HE undersigned hegs to inti mate to the parties who have 'possession of his deceased sis'er's lng gage, saved from'the wreck of the "Isa bella Wa son," that he would esteem it a great favour if they would forward it to the care of Mr. J. Elkincton, Gee long, who will defray asy expenses chargeable thereon. W. W. ALLE. April 14, 1851. O. 1 Oi?BO , Horse and Cattle 1 Doctor. Castrator, &c., who has had upwards of twenty years experierce in te Vale of Aylesbury, England. tHorse balls, physic, diuretic, cordials&c, blister ointment for ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

MAY .v w eeks have elapsed since the re ceipt of the dispatch which gavo the colonial executive fall power to do what might seem best in its eyes for the regu lation of the gold-digging branch of industry; and not a single indication of consciousness of the possession of this great power has yet been manifested- not the slightest advance has been at tempted beyond the lude, temporary, make-shift system of the commence ment. The unciv;isinground of monthly removal, of compulsory vagabondism, is the only legal state of exist ence for a gold-digger. The immense human mass waves to and fro with every new rumour, a mighty assemblage, with out a siugle connecting link beyond the lore of gold. The only law yet issue amounts to this:-Those who wish to dig must turn Arabs. Those who desire to buiild houses, and live with their families, will not be allowed more than a month's digging ground. " Move on! move on-s heep moving! " is the only idea embodied in t'ie regulations of our Lieutenant o...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

THE ANTI-TIRANSPORTATION MEETING. [CO3x3CSNIC.rTED.] Crncuxrsr.tsces prevented the writer from being present at the Anti-Trans portatior. Meeting of Tueshda last. But he was much gratified by learning tlhe fact, that the umeetin_ was a spirited one, and well attended. because evincing that the people of Geelong are not apa thetic on the most vital questions. Individuals like the writer were-and perhaps still are-opnosed to any rehe ment an:i-transportation agitation, on ithe ground of its apparent ha:,rsh and un Christianlike spirit. Ilere, it might be said, are our fellow-men, our felIow cr?ntrvmen, who, because thier have f:llen into crime, are to be fir ev'-r shut out frcm all fuiture association with us. and all snmpxtthetic e!iort for their em;neipation from the networ; of evil hi;bits woven around them. They, to,. like us, (it might he said.) have he::rd the " sound of the churcih-giux bell;" i have been reared oa Enag.1li soil, and might have shared with us free parti cipatio...

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BUNINYONG SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

BcNINrYomt SCHOOL -We beg to call the attention of our reaslers to the anl vertierroet which appea:,r in our cola mns, in reference to the Bunlriryng ,hol. This schol was e-tabliihed ftor the Lenelit o" the chlillren of shepherds and persons living in the lbsh; and they receive there a training cqual to that furnll, ed by the best schools in the colony. Such a school is peouliarly suitable for or phans and motherless chillren, and has already, rc believe, furnished a home to s.veral placed in such circumstances. P.milies proceeding to the diggings wou!d aj better to leave their children at such a school, than expose them to the dangers, both moral and physical, to which tbhey will otherwise be liableJ CnaRIvinA SEtrlo'a.-The proeeedlin~s wi!l com:ezl,"o this u.i .::it..' at. 10 A. n., at the Coeri hi?se, lurern-tr., tF,.re Clief .l~1tiree : 'll;ett. thc e.h-liti ir ni-its., of t entIt-tirn pri-onirs: stil ,si:en it ia c",-i 'erId that the Geef:,." -.red has is-?a rli-vied t[wice sii...

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SUPREME COURT. Saturday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

SUPIIE3IE COUlit. Satorhda, April 17. The jurr in the aese of Jusetnh Horton came into Courtafter h vin. beeI locked up all night,' and ifourmed lIi Honor that there was' no pro abilirt of their agreeng as to their venliet. They were aceonling;r dileharged. His Honor then directed the juveiile dfendant to be brought beftre ihini. and Ifter girvilg him an admonition respecting his future euta!uet, dismissed hiom. ASSAULT. Charles Fitzror pleaued Not Guilty to an in dictment eharin,? himt with assa?nting Edward Aieoek on the etith day of March last. Vniidet, Gtiity. There was -iother indictment against the de fendant foraseasulug Mrs. Alcock, and to this he pleaded Guilty. Sentence d1,tfmrl. C.fTIsG ANtD wrerDI?G. Edward Dixont was indicted nar stabbing, cnt ting and wounding Edwrard Crate on the 7th Februarr !ust. The roaecutor and the prisoner hal been fel low-p?ssengers from England, and had also Ibeen comluiumns on an excursion to the Diggings. On their return to torn, thei reside...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

ABSTK.fAi'r OP SAL.S iY AU. i1UoN TUEPSDAY, APRIL 20. By O'Farrell and Son, at I. Furniture. By J B. : uttoa and Co, at 12, Cargo of ti.e Velocity. by J. B. Huton and Co., Flour. 'EDN.FSDtY, April 21. By Carver & ['altou, at 12, Cargo of te Peri. By J. G. Carr, at II, Stock-in-trade, Furniture, &c. Thursday, April 22. Ry J. G. Carr, at 1, Farm, Implements, Pfoduce. &c. Rv Carver and Dalton, at 11, Vermicelli, Amer:cin Ciairr, Watches, Ale, Spi rits, Tobacco, &c. FRIDAY, APRIL 23. By J. G. Carr, at 11, Ale and Porter. Drapery, & . SATURDaY, APRIL 24. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Cottage and Land. Ry O'F~rrell and Son, at I, Clydesdale kiorses. VONDtAY, APRIL 26. By J. G. Carr, at I, Reiidence and Land T mESDAY, APRIL 27. By J Cirr, at I, Land at Kildare.

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ENGLISH INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

ENGLISIH INTERFERENCE. T;:I: Tilmes,' in ::.: :clbrate article on he cost n::d i of Ei'nglish inter veition in the a.:alrs of otlhr nations, Oars, tile E:gli..:hI ought to knowt| some thing about intervention, for they have !!,ad some experience of it. and are pay inl dear for that expc:ieice. We in terfered in behalt of Royalty and order in France. We have interfered to de liver her and Europe from anarchists and military adventurers. We drove the French out of Sicily, and restored it to the King of N:apies. Our fleets grirde;l the shores of Italy, and by that and other services we earned from the Pe pe the memorable declaration that Georgre 111. was the best of his subjects. We helped to drive the French out of Portug~a and Spain. More recently we have kept up a long course of inter ference in the affairs of the Peninsula, and hare helped to sa:t up two constitu tional Queens. Russia, Austria, Prassia, and other States, have to thank us for the immense subsidies, and for other ass...

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THE NELSON ROBBERY. MORE APPREHENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

THEi NELSaON RO3lNEY. MORE APPiRE!itStIOis. TnE Portland Gtinmlian stesthlt two men with more money than any frtnat:e ghl-Jliggers, even, are likely to he poa-es?ed of, were appre headed in Portlawd, on W?ledneda the 14th instant, nnder0anqirion of bein inimpliated in the Melbourne ship rubbery. Their necount of the way in which they acquired no unch money, does not apiper to he at nll satifectarr. One hns given his name as Stephen ax,. oni whose person was found the sum of £;S5; an? the other, William Smith, who had, in g?ld anl notes, £535. They represented themnlAres as master and man; but, nnfartanately, when aon exsmination was madnl, the mant turned out to' be richer than his nmaster. Their apprehension tiok plane in a publie hoone, where they were aunionn!v awaiting a vessel for Adlelaide. Every tart of their apparel indicn:ed something en atorcal; their clothes new and unsuited to their trotion; hand erehiefs without a hem; and on the line of road they carne, they appear to ...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

GEELLNG. April 14-1Pri. · h, t ..-, 145 tons, W. A. G. 'le rdai , mater. fI?m Ilobrt 'own via Mel b?nrne Carver and lt.hi:in. aent.. antP Bronre Stidv, scluter, 22 tons, W. 11. ' aoses, tsater, froa Melbourne. Carver amd Per Nut Brsone 3!svde-Tr.mshipped en Ariel m vim ., ncston:r 2530 to.s u. r,C S ditto mats, Ordor. m Sippel at e lelle : 10 .bas flour, 15 pacbkares timber, I cart, I gig, S kegs butter, 3 cases bedsteads, I bale oil cloth, 1 box glass, Order. Per Davict-50 bags rice, So ditto sugar, 70 do flour, 30 cases onions, 13 bales, 12 casks vine sar and groceries, 70 cases oilmen's stores, 10 -lo hardware, to casks bread, 24 packages, Order.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

STEA;Y TO rTELIOIRNE, DAILY, SUCNAYS EXCEIPTFD. ,tIE NFW STEAMER VICTOR IA, JTo?y )'°LAt, Commander, will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geel ng, for Iteihourne, every afternoon, at One o'clock. AND, "Raleigh's Wharf, 3ell'onrne, for Gee lon, every morning at Eight o'clock. rHE AP IfTRA SI A, steamer,Wm lAonter, commander, having com pleted her repairs, will leste Geelong, for .\ellourne. every Monday. Wednes day, and Ftiday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. Harrrox & Co. Geelong. Agents. April 10, 1852. STEAM, TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. SALTERA TION OF TIME. ON a-d after Monday, the 5th in stant, the VE ST A, steamer, will leave the Wharf, Geelong, every Tuesday, Thursday, ai'd Sa'nrday morninT, at eleven o'cloc ; and Cole's 'Vharf, Melsourne, every Monday, Tuesday, a, d Saturday morning, at nine o'clock. G. W. CoL.. FOR LONDON, farrinz the greeter part of her cargo encaed, trill meet .with quick des Derpatch being the objiect, Wool in quantity will he taken at -d. per lb. Ti. Al shipr " EAGL ...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

VESSELS EXPECTED. FTnKf LOMDox. Tay, 500 ten, with despatch Geelong', 30 ton., Lonr thlnngerforn, 928 tons, 3faitland, 64S tons Caroline Agnes, early in December, for Ae lide and Port Phillip Hashemy, Novemler 15 Soces&s. for Gee!ona, December 30 Dake of Cornwall, Janunrr 5 FROx LMTEBOO-L Oregon, 1000 tons Oprey, ditto DiI?y, 1200 tons 31aOl:inw.i , 1000 tons Courier, ditto Anna, ditto Elmond, ditto TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL Orn, 1852

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

MELBOURNE. A.RRIVED. 1April I-SidneCriliths,barque, from Laun ceston. Srepaseengrs. Anna Dixon, bri, fron A'elai le. Pasengers --Mrs Hewitt, Miss Chanocey, 31r Hack, Mr. Kqele, and 103 others. Pnnch, brig, from Adelside. Passengers-Miss Ries, Mrs Allen, Messrs Fotheringham, Hunter, Iaig, Disher, and sixty others. Eagle, schooner, from Launceston. Passen gers-[r and Mrs Keep, Mr and Irs Giles, Mr and Mrs Walsh, and fortr others. Louisa, schooner, fronm Sew.a River, via King George's Sound P.?sengers-Mr andl Mrs Tur ner, Rev Dr Coyle, Dr Slearson, Messrs Turner, Cornish, Ilarriss, Postlethwaite, and thirty-five other;. CLEARED 01? - April I6-Cacique, for lnburt Town. r?s sengers--3 r Atkinson, and five others. Zephyr, for Hobart Town. Passenger--3r. Franklin. Ariel, for Lannceston. Four passengers. xprours. Per Sidney Grifliths-340 bales bay, 2000 paling, Bearer; 155S bags wheat, Alson and Knight; 102 hales hay, 312 bags outs, Brown; 61 bags oats, Onler. Per Anna Dixon--33 bags bran, ...

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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, 19TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 19th APRIL.   BEFORE Captain Fyans, and J. F. Strachan, Esq. DRUNKARDS. Richard Hanley was fined 5s for drunkenness ; Frederick Bowman and James Cummings were also fined 10s each for the like offence.   HIGHWAY ROBBERY. George Burrowes, a young man dressed in a     blue serge shirt, was placed in the dock of the Police office charged with committing a highway robbery on Saturday last.   Michael Mackham, the prosecutor, being sworn stated that, on Saturday afternoon, between two and three o'clock, as he was proceeding on the       Queen's highway, towards Bell-post Hill, the pri-   soner at the bar, in company with two other men,     placed two pistols to his head and breast, and ordered him to dismount immediately, upon pain of death. The prisoner was the man who search- ed him, and took from his person £42 10s., notes ...

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