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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

`STEA11 TO 3IELBOUN?', DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. T HE NEW STEAMER C VICTORIA, ois pI'LEANs, Commander, Will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geelhng, for SMelbourne, every afternoon, at One o'clock. Raleigh's Wharf, Melbhonrne, for Gee gag, every morning at Eight o'clock. ,HE APHRASIA, steamer, Wm Hunter, commander, l's ing rom rleted her repairs, will lease Geelong, for Mlelboorne, every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. Hutrro & Co. Geelong Agents. April 10, 185 STEAM TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. ALTERATIFON OF TIME. ®q N a' d after Tuesday, the 27th in "_ stant, the VESTA, Steamer, will leave the Wharf, Geelong, at nine o'clock, on the norning cof Tueodoy, Thursday, a d Fridays, and from )e!Bourne, at nine o clocds i: the mornings of Monday, Wednesday, and Thursdays, until further notice. S. S3Irrrr, Agent. Geelong, 21st April, 1852. FOR LONDON, Farina the erCrater part of her cargo ensaqad, will meet scith quick des patch. Despatch being the object, Wool in quantit...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

We never had much faith in the stability or usefulness of the Anti-transportation League. Without calling in question the integrity of its originators, it was plainly perceptible from the first that the most active amongst them had pri vate motives to exertion, and much of the patriotic display was pumped up for the occasion. The unreal exaggeration has been followed by real indifference. The fermentation artificially excited was rapid in its progress, and now the lees are deal The pace was too fast to be main tained. If the League had been in good faith what it was set up for, and its leading members had been actuated by a sober conviction of the importance of their cacse, success would hare sat upon its banners; it would have gone on from victory to victory, increasing in power and efEciency as time passed on. It would, in reality, have been a true ex ponent of public opinion, instead of furnishing at one time an exaggerated caricature, aid at another scarcely a feeble outline of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, 24TH APRIL. Before His Worship the Mayor and Captain Fyans. ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

POTAICE OFFICE. SrcTnoar, 24ru .tenrr. Before His Wen, pl, the Slayor and Captain Pians. OBBEiYnr. Daniel Cnrry wta pl-,aced before the Bench, charged with robbing a mar, of a orereignl. The rage was rernalded till this day, owing to in sufficienev of evidence. RILkWALIY, James Carpenter, ,alis Tihomas Hodgpon, was placed in the dock of the Police Office, charged by Serjeant Grant, of the Geelong Police, with being a ipriOanerof the ('r,*n illegally at large. Serjesnt Grant d-lO'?.l that fruom ilnfrmationlhe receiv?l he niprelbl-t,:: the mani in it house of ill f.,re ol S:trl iv i rn,;oiting at 3 o'clobk. On his way to tie wa.,c'? one te pri.e m ir otlere Grnit '5 ta cliar :itn to .e(ai!e. tie iw., re eogngaed as ibeing one of tl:e lal-aionI s who no? on penal Idutyt nrfll ik llandll some lear ago, ntd his Idleriiptinn answering cxnna.t" with that descrilbed ill te ohart Town Gz.,zrte, he 'wa remanded ,to gral, for the purpoee of beingl fcr warded to uan Dinmeil'ps land. CILIGa OF F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

TT.IOON INN. FOR SAL.E, the right and interert of Martin Prie't in the Tinhoon: Inln, situated on the muin road to Warnaim bon! and Port Fairy. For particulars, app!y to Gilsone Ain C;IRLF, Geelorn.i, or MARTIN PRIFST, on the pre,-ies. nPelonz. Janutlry 15, 1852. FOlR SAIE -OUSES and LAND, in town and suburbs. Apply to E. WooD. Commission Agent, Ryrie-street. ADVERTIS 1MENT SP this should meet the eye of Jon.t GALBRAITit, who was atthe Clyde Company's Station, Elephant Bridge, in 1845. he will hear cf his son James Galbraith, by letter. Address J. G. Geelong. Intelligencer and Advertiser. IF this should mee: the eye of I)rxsccA KFRR, lately from Glasgow, he is requested to communicate with John Pell, of the same place. Address, Union Inn. Mfalop-street, Geelong. April 6, 1832. \ fiO BBS, Horse and Cattle Doctor. Castrator, &c., who has had upwards of twenty years experience in the Vale of Aylesbury, England. Horse balls, physic, diuretic, cordials&c, blister ointment...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

GE?lF.O:G GOLD CIIRCULAR. TIlE price of gold thils week has been steady at 60s ; buyers decline offering more, at t.h present rate of charges; sellers will not part with the metal at even a shade under the figure quoted, the rumours of expected capital making them more inclined to hold. There is, at present, however, no great eagerness to buy. The Adelaide trade has received a check, in our insurance offices curtailing their risk (since the robbery of the Nel son); it is almost virtually declining to do business wl:en they refuse to ensure against the usual amount of risk. It would answer their purpose better, and that of the shippers, to increase their rates, when, with the brisk intercolonial trade now rising up, a large amount of pr,.fitab!e busine s may be safely calcu lated on. The diggers generally seem doing well, considering the scarcity of water. They are anxiously looking out for the necessary supply, and the general appearance of the weather gives reason to believe that t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. That the Anti Corn Law League was the . .dg.. which split up English monopoly, is true; and men like Messrs Collen and Bright drove the w-dae home. But the late Sir Robert . eel ns th" min wholegislatirely accomplished the r-led l f :he Corn Laws; and the harrassing la bour and ~art gontliet in which it involved hliln, shortened his life The following extract from the Life of Lord George Bentinck, by Mr. Dis rae!i, shows how the practical mind of the late Sir Hobart Peel was absorhed at the time; and be it remembered, it is written by a keen observer, urder the title of" A Statesman's Reverie." Mr. Disraeli says:-" It was about this time that a strange incident occurred at the adjournment of the hons~* The minister, plunged in protound, and perhaps painful reverie, was nnconscious of the termination of the proceedings of the night, and reemainr.e in his seat unmoved. At that pe riol, although with his accustomed and admir able seIf-control, he rarelyevinced any irr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCIION MONDAY, APRIL 26. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Res:dence and Lad By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, 31er. chandise. TTESDAY, APRTL 27. By J Carr, at 1, Land at Kildare. By J. B. Hutton & C,., at It. Cargo of the Lilias. By Carver and Dalton at II, Tea, &c. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2S. By J. G. Carr, at 1,Town Land. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 11, conti nuation of sale of Merchandise. MONDAY, MAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at 1, valuable House Pro perty. FOR SYDNEY, With immediate despatch. EI HE line fast-sailing schooner __ ! LILLI S, Capt. Hannah, awaits ony te shipping of two oaher crew to proceed to sea For freight or passage, apply to Tnonve, SPARKS & Co., Corio Beach. TO THE GOLD DIGGERS. THE fine ship RENOWN will affoan the dext most suitable opportunity for shi ment to London Al parties chr intend to amail themselves of this conv?y ance, to send their gold home for isle under advance, will be enabled to do so by early application to the undersi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

Tf.EATRE R OYA L, GEELONG. [r Peering, Sole Lessee, Open ETery Evening. EXTITa1sOINARY ATTRACTION. The popular Drama of JACK ISHEPPARD! l'ite .'tc Scenery, Dresses, Proper ties. ,-c, &c. The celebrated Burlesque of BILLY TA YL 9t ! T ith the rwhole of the original music. FIRST APPEARA.NCE OF MIR. J 3IES, (late of the Victoria Thea tre, Sydney.) FO:: THE BENEFIT OF RIBS. S7 UBBS, Ot, lonlda2 Ecening, 2Gth April. The Pe,formances will cotrnenfte with the celebrated drama in three acts, as performed at London Theatres, enti tled JACK SHEPPARD; OR, TILE Good and Eril Apprentices. Sir Rliand Trenchard .... Mr Shearcroft Mlr Kneehone.......Mr IHydes Owen Wood (the Carpenter of Wych. street........Mr Webster Jack Sheppard .........Mrs Hydes 'fhamles Darrell ........MIrs Stubbs Jonathan Wild...... Mr James Blueskin ...... Mr Deering Iobson .. .. ... Mr Cifford Sharples ...... Mr Iasker ,'ab....Mr Wilson Mfrs heppard .. ... .. Mrs Deering Mrs Wood ....Mrs Davis Winifred Wood ...........

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 April 1852

MELBOUGILE. AsrrCED. Aprii 23.-Gem, schooner, from Taunceston. Prss~· nrs-(eabin) Mea?rs Lrail, Hird, ritt, Parr, Turner, Snii:h, Browne, Godday, Saltmarsh, and forty-three others. Te.zer, schooner, from Point 'epean, with part of the eargo of the Isabella Watsoa. Adelaide, schooner, from Adelaide. Prssen g lrs-- essrs. Russom andl Rice. Evergreen, schoone, from Circular Head. No; pq-sengers. CLEARED OUT. April 23-Amalia, for Adelaide, in ballast. Fifteen passengers. City of 3etlourne, steamer, for Launceston. Passengers--Mr and Mrs Lewi, Dr. Meeron,, .3!-srs. RIwbrts. Fielder. John Rain, Captain J*eomb, Mr Haines, and tu rty-se others. EXPor't.'. April 23.--f-ro, ifo IAelile. Dfrt, for Sdilner. Gu-a-head, for Launceston. Zephyr, for Hobart Town. Wild frih Girl, for Srdney. Eagle. fr auncestonl taprcrs. Per Gem:- IS6 hai floir, 4000 feet awn timber, V-'stearoh. Ross- in Co: 2 caces fruit, 6 Ihb± piotatne, Lyal; 50 ba3s &flor, 400 do do, 102 do du. lI ees fruit, 2 kegs nxils ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

At a mr?ati of ierso: favourable to the estchalisthment o a Stearm n"rap ation Ost'opany, held at the Counril i C aniere, ont Friday, D?.P.Ar - ltiYr.x, EsQ., IS TrrT Crr.tsr, Tire foln^aina Propect,,s wsas adopted: PROSPECTLUS OF TFF. SEELONrG STEA 71 $A VIGA 7tIO CO.TPA NIY. GOa'rr.ur., £5Ofloe,. In?2,0 ,S'arr.e;" 25 c ?.c. p'IE small r,,mher of Ste:,n Vesse's at present ptyinr. on the waters of Port P:hilin he nc inadequate to the wan s of the pubslic, and setre of tlhen vessels hein. inefficient and defective, an oaumentation of the sterm marine of the colony is eAnsidered desirabile. The daily increase of traffic and large irfls's of , senlat on also reqnire an ex tensi',rs of st!eas c"mnesnicrtiatn i et ee- en our p;rts a"' ,'hose , f the neiSghboringI colo,,ni . F::lly sensible of the a'!van tarns of secl ex ention, it mnst he appa rent to the residents of Geelons, and those whl: take an interest in her pros nerity, that they are not only exelud?.ed from a fall participation ...

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PORT OF HORART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

nAOT OF nOBAoT TOWN. Arrivri.-April 17.-3lirarnd, from Port Albert. 3Melbourne, from VietoriL GohllSdeler fm:n Victoria. Free Tnrder, from Victoria. Pilot. from Victoria. Calliope, H M.S., from Port Arthlr. 19--E::calTIns from Victoria. 20. Dart, from Geelo"z. Creole, from 3Ielbaunre. 31Maclito, frn:m Vicoria S.aile.-Apnl 15.-Cosmnopolite, for rort Al bert. Aluotir. for Lomb?ck. 16-Thali., for Melbornnl. Lnar, for 31elbonnu . Flirhv Sl'irrel, for 3re!!lmrne. IS.-Rebec? , for Tr.donr. 19.-Prineo Regent, for thi South TUESDAYT 3ORNING, APRIL 27, '832.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

ABSTRACT OF S ALES BY AUC OI TUESOnt, APrIL 27. By J. Carr, at 1, Land at Kildare. By J. B. Hutton & C ., at It, Cargoa the Lillias. By Carver and Dalton at 11, Tea, &c. I- EDNESDlS, APRIL SS. By J. G. Carr, at I, Town Land. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at It, onti-. nuation of sale of -Merchandise. TnuasDly, APRIL 29. By J. G. Carr, at II, Cnronometers, Sig. nals, Charts, &c., at 1, Town Lot. MioND.Y- , IAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at 1, valuable House Pro. perty. MosDAY, MAY 10. By J.G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern. TUErDAY, iMAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crch ca Estate. THEATRE RO YAL, GEELONG, Mr Deering, Sole Lessee, Open Every Evening. GREATEST NOVELTY OF ThE SFASOn. THE LOUISIANA HARJIO NISTS ! First Appearance of Mr. JACOBS, from the Adelaide, Melbourne, and Hobart Town Theatres. Production of a netr Farce, entitled LO VES CHANGES ; or, a Dat in Paris. T HE patrons of the Theatre are respect. fully informed that in conformance with the pledge ma...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

Pra).rx ! perdrix, toujours pcrdrix, muttered the Cardinal to Lonis Seize. The gniam and was full to satiety, and the rich viand by continnous repetition palled upn the appetite. Gold! gold! since the ninth of Angust last has been the daily dish served up to the Port Phillippians-will be their repast to morrow, and their food for many a long da:y. We wonid fain alter the pabulum, and, exe~liming with the Cardinal "toajoxi s perdris," put the dish aside, -::. crave for ether aliment. Mentality sinks under the contina.l heaping up of nr-gets, specimens, and auriferous de o:sits. and th0 " mind's eye" droops before the continual glareof a yellow lustre. We have changed, habits, lan enage, and location, and are tossed about in as l:cr.fn eneous confusion as the strata of Ballarat ilat, or the heaping up of thl Ale:and;er peaks. Communities art dissevered the dwellers in towns have become nomadic: the peaceful home is cxchangl for the frail tent; the quiet street ifr the mountain tops or...

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CRIME IN FRANCE. FORTY-THREE MURDERS WITH ARSENIC BY A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

CRIME IN FRANCE. FORIITYTIIREE M3URDERS WITH ARSENIC BI A GIRL. ONE of the most extraordinary cases ever brought before a criminal court has been tried by the Court of Assizes of the Ille et Vilaina. The prisoner was a female, named Helene Jagado, who, for several years past, has been a servant in different families of the department. She stood at the bar charged with several thefts committed in and since the year 1846, and with sevenmurders by arsenic in 1850; but the evidence showed, that although only seven cases had been selected, as more recent, and therefore more easy of proof, not less than 43 persons hald been poisoned by her with arsenic. The victims were either her masters or mistresses, or fel low-servants, who had incurred her hatred. In some cases no motive of interest or hatred could be asssgned. The prisoner appeared to have been actuated by a thirst for destruction, and to have taken pleasure in witnessing the agonies of her victims. The suddenness of the deaths in f...

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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, 26TH. A[?]. Before His Worship the Mayor, Capt. Fyane, and J. F. Stranchan, Esq. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

POLICE OFFICE. MonsuS, 2GrT APrt. Before Iis Worehip the 3~lvor, Capt. Fyanr, and ,.. F. Strachan, Egq. OB5CESE LtnGCAtG. James Smith was charged with mil;ing ue of obsene langnuaee on Satunlav Last in the pnhlic street. The defendant allegel that he kneaw n thinglabot the ch;arge, but Sir Muarphy, as well as Conetable Ali-on, not hingquiteso oblivions, and in whose hearin, the tffensivo language was Snel, the Bench sentenced him to pay a line of £.5, or one ma th's imprionament. E3BBERY, Damiel Carey was charged with rmbbing at ir Penmean t olne sverei,,, at the Bush Inn, on Friday lnt, aunder the fllowringr eircumsrtances: lir Penman tattl that on Friday last, he was drinking in company with the priseonr at the Bush uan. Carey askie him, among other things, hnw mneh money he hadl about him, when he in advertently took out a handfl l of coin to satisfy htinself as well as hisqtaei eommtn;on that he was still in .?'oessi, of consideable funds. Penman is only a recent arrival tram En...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

To the Elitor of the Ge!!nj Adrertiser and Intelliyneer. Srn,-There is an old fable, and I think a very good one; It runs thus :-" A Dervise was walking one day in a garden, and picking up a piece of earth, he said, ' What art thou, for thou charmest me 1 with thy perfun:e' 'I am,' said the ndariferous earth, 'but a clod; but I dwelt some time with the rose."' And I have thought that, if Earl Grey had any of the feelings of a moralist-to say nothing of the philosopher or the gen-. tleman--he would ncrer do such violence to the feelings of people who, though distant a few thousand leagues from the British shores, yet possess as keen a relish for goodness, and as much principle of self-respect as ever they did. ' Evil communications corrupt good manners; and there are very many of us iwho can spare time from the often vexa tious business of life, to think and to feel a regard for the moral as well as physical welfare of the dear pledges of alct-on growing about the mother tree; an? it...

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HERE IS YOUR REMEDY! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A MOSTMIRACULOUSCURE OF BADLEGS, AFFER 43 YEARS' SUPPERING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

IHEIIEIS YO UR REMEDY! TiOL LOWAY'S OINTMENT. SOT . :ACULLO' CUFEOF DABD LEG,AFFER A .s40 r .ARd$P$tFFtl tNt. l;tat a oi-tier from Sr. Wilhrm Gaolin, of ;0, v~irl 3ly,'3 `teut, W laouthl dated .Vay 15th, 1351. To pof slr IhlolloOay, fir,-t th age of 1, my wine (who is noe C)el ie, 'a trol, whlch sett.ed In her let-, nalI 00h ar thatt rhre they have heen more or Its tore, .ere aitor ivtltlaold.i Hce agonh amwere dirlertiot . for Itltls l:?trs.he waso deriroled entirely of mdl ep Ecr remredy that medical men madrid iwtud bo tt itouat efrect; her i'ealth sferet t? it , and the ate of herlego was terrible. I had t ,tfy, oetor a,tei,-tioment' and ndtied her to try our P f aEnd Ointment; and, as a last resource, after ;yoryI th r ren d t had proved owles., she ons~ntd to eo e my intrl Fix weeks m, and, sterate to do s.nn grat health. Her legs we podnlese, rete, ? :r, nd her tlep sored aod on rAu. aold you heare wtrmsad the tufferia " of ei doulr the ltet 45 'jea, nod rorerlst them y ibho ...

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THE ERRORS OF STATESMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

THE ERRORS OF STATESMEN. TII? political errors of statesmen-like the wars and battles of conquerors and kings -are of vast importance to the hunan race. The President of the U?!ted States is an honest, though per haps not a very enlightened or compre heaiive man; and his opinions are equi rocal on the state of American com merce and free trade. The high-spirited manner in which he has evinced his views of what America owes to the in dependerce of other nations, entitles him to ask credit for being equally frank and sincere on the subject of national cconumv. But if, on the one hand. we are to admit his sincerity, we must, on the other, admit that, with referen ca to quesctios of this kind he is wofully puzzle-headed. He states that last :ear's exports of breadstuffs and articles of food from the Union was of less value than that of the previous year, and that anain of less value than that of the year rvwhich preceded it. And from these facts he infers that the expectations en tertai...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEAR[?] OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

Agr'i! _'.-T'ri~s, hr.7, 1211 tokWe, W. A. Irvin m-, , este r fo . ssticistvi'. allt So 'sc;"nnrr. Carvornmnl hlton ; -la. Calmp ii.. Ship t ui4 . t Ions, l Ha c?, naster f Ms Wlrl4tfl('. mib part. eforiginaclII"o froml Londoa_ W Timnmn-: -t. Tuav, cntter, 1 toin, It .i. Miller, master, for 114'anrl.e. Ccznct'cecom-·rr. 21 tono, T P!snc-tt, master, April sr.-P er :, SV r ritaee Ion. C'mb rii, tfr Lurreeik.are W ei es-i Ito, t~ee. lbD C ra et, Do~3~li, 14 rer E.Lsr-3 Ia7., nets, I sIn almonds. I Iae armrowron t, 5 lessles risins, I rarroeel C'eIi'tti, ani d stitllrr British and. eIonisi free .etiol

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852

TI; 1 TO 3IELBOURN-E, DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. ; iE NEW. STEAMER VICTORIA, Jonrs N''LAN, Commander, ,i'il leave the Qceen's Wharf, Geelong, Sleilbourne, every_ afternoon, at One o'clock. Raleifh's Wharf, Melbourne, for Gee 1 :, every morning at Eight o'clock. rlhg A P f RASI A, steamer, Wm Hunter, commander, having com .l.+i hEer repairs, will lease Geelong, ei h:lourr.e, every Monday, Wednes -, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. D. Harrox S; Co. Geelong Agents. Apri It0, 1S52. rSTEAMI TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. AILTE? I TION OF TIVrME. aO d a fter Tuesday, the 27th in Sstant, the VESTA, Steamer, viil leave the Wharf, Geelong, t nine o', lck, on the nornin.g of Tuesdsy, Thursday, ard Frida)s, and from oueloorrne, at nine o'clock in the tornints of Monday, Wednesday, and TLursda a, until fu ther notice. S.- S3trr, Agent. Geelong, !l: April,1852. FOR LONDON, Tarng t e greater pait of her cargo = eývarncd, will eet wcith. quick des De,p;tch being the object, Wool in cqutity wii! be taken at s...

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