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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 January 1852

:HOB.iKT TOWN. I Ansi.eo -D.-emrber 25- Free Trader, from Port Al!ert. 2th--Tadv Frinklin, barqne, from Norfulk ILlanl. Isabella, from Aniklc.nd .5th Norember. 3fosceelo, from Victoria. Cicero, U.S. whaling barqe, from a rhaling ovago. Catherine, colonial whaling barqu-, from the South S .- South Ileston, U. S. ,whalin! ship, from NewBel]fenr. S30h-l:odney, ship, from Queenstorn 24th September, Gibraltar 5th October, with three hunlreI mnale convietl. Tuscarora, barque, from- Sydney. Runnrmede, bbarne, from the South Ses, 21st Maize Laarie, haling ship, from Ilehrings Straits, Miranda, from Port Albert, Faritom-, H. 1. brig, 12 gunn from Wellington, Thalia, barque, from Sylney. rrinca P'c.ent, clonial whalint ship, from Beh rings Straits, Henry Harbeck, U.S. banroe, from Sin Francei.? SArLE--Dece.nber 24-IHenry Edlanl, for Ceelonn, Pa±isgers - (cibir)-.Mr and 3irs B-ailsford, Jales Wilson, Mr Wherritt, Josiah Haywood, John Turner, John Howard, MIr anil Mrs Comfort and child, and twe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 January 1852

BIRTHS. At Geelong, on the 1st instant, the wife of the Rev. Alexander M'Nicol, of a daughbter. At Belerine-street, on the 2nd instant, Mrs   J. S. Carver, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 January 1852

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Hobart Town Adveriser.) THE Rodney, 800 tons, from Quenstown 23rd September, and Gibraltar 5th Oc tober, arrivel on Saturday last. The Rattler was to leave Plymouth on the 14th September. The Anna Maria was taken up for female convicts, and was to sail about the middle of Oc tober. The Queen and the Royal Family were at Balmoral enjoying the pleasures of their " Highlandd Home." No satisfactory intelligence had been received of Sir John Franklin. On the 18th September the Lady Franklin, commanded by Captain Parry, arrived at Woolwich, and the Sophia was daily expected. The Danish interpreter has returned with them, and expresses his belief that the discovery ships, Erebus and Terror, are all safe A somewhat startling announcement had been made of a project for bringing London and Calcutta within seven days' journey of each other. It is proposed that steamers should sail from London to Ostend, that a railway from thence should be laid down to Cologne, A...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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(From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

rrom othe Times.) Tire discovery ofgold-fields iNew South Wales wtill produce very different effeets ,ii diferenit ninds. * * * S 1esides the usual occupations of igricul he tre, 'the Australian colonies have, as r eveybody . knows, become, a field for Sipastoral enterprise on a scale of une e (ialled magnitude.. h The sheep, which s constitute :their principal- wealth, are divided into dfock varying from four hundredto a thousand in number, each . "f which -is intrusted to the care of a s'nge shepherd.. Two of these flocLs are g nerally driven together to the same stat~ion, where a third person resides, whose duty it is' to change the hurdles c and to watch the sheep .by nigh. The country beinginfested by rild does, it is absolutely necessary that some one should a:dl-ys be present with the sheep, in order to protect them from this cause of destruction, and required for this purpose is about three men to every twelve hun ri dred sheep. Now, in the year 18t1, tlhe number of sheep in...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

S NOTICE. GEELONG REGATTA... i T is proposed that the Annual Reaatta b shall take place on February 10th, bein t:he Ann versarv of the QUEEiSS TVEDDIL!G-DAY. The Prizes to be as si: ilar as possible to those ' f lst Tear, with (in cormmemora tion o' the Victoria Gold Dig.ine) a GOLD DIGGERS' CUP, Value £100. TO BE CO.NTEDED FOB BY GOLD DIG GELS ONLY. The followin: Subscriptions h -e been already promised : JoAin Donnelly .. . Joseph I . iss .. .. 10 R. Smiih ... ... ... 10 Jarnmetro, .. . 10 W\iliam Leahy ... . 10 John Olive.. .. ... 10 Walter Kobson .. . . 10 William 3Marnell ... 10 Teanry Deering . . 10 Sobse i ers, persons whi take an inte rest in Aqnu?ic Sports, and all others who masy wish to further the above ob jecl, are requested to roe' on IY urdai Eremirn. 8th Jamznuar, at 8 o'clock, at the h use of Mr. Joseph Lewiss, 11ail Coach Inn, Corner of Yarra and Coriq-street, to make pre'itniaary arrangements BR.1- RONALD GTUNN can he c.n Ssalted daily, between the hours of 10 and...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPPOSED SAFETY OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

SUPPO'ED SAFETY O..FI. JOIIX FP 1itLIL From the llnustrated News of the 20th September, we glean. the following par ticulars-It has been proved almost be yond the possibility of a doubt, that the great Arctic Ocean has been discovered; that Sir John Franklin has sailed into it; that, in confirmation of :Jsuppositiba cup tertazned long since, this vast Polar Sea enjoys a milder. temperature than the :trctic regions previously known, and that it abcunds with animal life . Under .these circumstances,' despair for the, safety of these gallant men is clearly premature, and another efbor to resaue them, if iving,and to discover.their fate, if dead, is no Icsse:learly the sacred duty of the nation. When ho left England, Sir John Frankia was to proceed thrdugh Barro's Straits as far as Cape Walker, it the'wstern extremity of that channel, and-.lofa tenee endeavour, by sailing in a ioilth-westerly direction, to reach ae?ri-n's Strait. In case of his inability to di-sovera channel in the di r...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, JAN. 6, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

ABSTRACT OP SALES RY AUCTION STEsnDY, JAn. 6, 152. By Carver and Dalton, at II, ccntinua tiwn of Clearin. Sale, untedeemed pledger, h?a-se and cart, &c. By J. I Huttou & Co., at half-past 1(0, carts, b?ses '-nd harness; at 12, Build ing and VilIa Sites. W: DSESDAY, JAS. 7. By J. G. Carr, at I1. furiniture and books, at 1, Suburban L nd. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, the Red Rover coacbh,horses, &ec. TuIIcSDy, JAS.. .8 By J. G, Carr,at I, Residerce at Scnuh Getelong. SSArTURD.ity;I~. 10. Iy J. G. Casr, at I, land and houses at WestUeeong.. Io.DmAY, JAs. 12. By- J. G. Carr, at I, Town property.

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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

.GELLOTG GOLD CIRCULAP. TIE price of gold this week has had an upward tendency, varying from 56s. Gd. to 57s. Gd., at which price it may at pre senkbe quoted. The yield of the various fields seem still good, althoughl that of the main diggings (Mnount Aic rnder) his if anything filln off, iii consequence of the scarcity and badness of water, and a good deal of sickness prevailing from the same cause. There are re continua rumourss of fish discoveries; parties leave M3ouut Alexander. to prospect on the rier,- whsier 'in a goodl many in stances from the experience they have iad 'tliey v·ai likely be enabled to find gold. This town during Christmas week, contrary to a'ticipat.ion, was not charae terised by any degree of bustle or busi ness. On Christmas day itmight have been I supposed a. general fast had been pro claimed, so dull, sombre and melan chbly seemeod the uv ;- nliie to 3el bonure, which has been crowded to over flowing. We have got, thbki:bnur equitaUe- parental Goveor 'fco...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

NEW IR ONMONGERY ESTABLISH MENT. R Y 1R I B - S 7' TII E T, (3EEL.O\G. FREDERICK RAUER bh-gs ta inform the public of Geelong and neigh hou:,rond, and they Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ha< re c ived the first vortion of his supplies of GEIER.I L IROM -O)E?0TY,1 IRoo. \t-FTLS. P.sNTs, &e., EX 'C(HRISP ABE1 L,' WOOD STOCK." " CLAUD," "ZET LAND." " ABERFOYLE.-' and ;having al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either W"HOLESALE OR RETAFL. V. B. having had ex ensive experience its the business which he has commenced I th in E::gland and air gad, and having made arrangements which mill enrble him to receive regular supplies from the Be.,t EL'lish Jir5il;recturers, can with confidence solicit a share t f public pattsnane. Having select-d Geelong as his prr manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous -f obtaining the lasting pre ference...

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THE GREAT EXHIBITION.—MINERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

THE GREAT -ET IBITION.-3IINERAI.S. (From the Times, September 3) . ''?v Austra:an continent is rich in spe~mers Though we have nn sample.of the recently dis covered golJ, ee have samples of copper ore from the Baurra-Ilrr €iines, the rihehtL now known in the w?bild The proportion o? copper seems to roa from 30-- to 7. per cent. in these ores, whereas in the Cornish ores thie preportion is onlsfrom 7 to. per cent. oia the average. This mine has ra?i d about 56,000 tons of cre during the last four years, being as much in quantitys any one of oar first-.rate mines is Cornwail, and in quolitr fully seven times.a. rich. Daring fre oears' warking the produce of the mine has reiizmac about C0 times the amnont of the carital ori;rirali invested to set it to work. The rast distance of this mire from anr smelting establishment las renhered it l5es pr fitab e than t is likelvto be in ftunre rears, when the smelting-houses recentlr erected near the spot shal have come into full operation, for w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

GOLD. GOLD. ." WOLF, opposite Carivr .and J Dalton's, will give the hig!est 3ca, price for Gold in any quantities. GOLD. SIE undersigned is a purchaser of T Gold for cash. R. CURRIE, Jeweller. Dean's Building',. Darket-square, Geelong.. 4C6 - -----GOLD - ---------------- GOLD. rHE undersigned will purchase or ad TH vance upon fiood 'samples. 137 VILLIA3M TIMM.s. make cash advances on Gold. 151 WLimA.t Roors. S GOLD. RE PU rrHE UNDERSIGN:I)D ARE PUR CHASERS OF GOLD. 2143 DALGETY, GorE & Co. GOLD AGENTS!! "ETUBBS & SON euarantee to procure -- the highest price for the Diggers. At their Roomls, Queen-street. oppo site the Union Bank. * All hours of the day. 186 GOLD. R~FE undersigned is a CASi pnrcia'e. J of a y quantity, f om a quar.er.o an o: ce upwards. TnOiom.s TOWLE, Sheapside Hois:e. October 27, 1851. 176 GOLD. rrHE Undersigned is a PURCHASER 5. of Gold. oGol SILAS HARDING. SMarket-square, Geelong. 35 GOLD. THE Undersigned is a Purchaser of Gold. PATERSON, 307 Ka-...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Sunday June 3.) POSTAL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

J EGISL¶IJIIE COUNCIL. (Surmrdy June 3.) - POeTms CeDM{Tc Toe. ' Mr EPrl.T gore notice of bis intention to move, en 3Iondu5y, n series of reeoletions relative to the d, contmnornce of certoin Jinies of' pnsel comirnienLitio, nod a eloo relative to tlO Fresent inae'1oteo ruJ:Iv of htlour, andI then propriety of cnomp aing It ali share of emigrarion. ---1110B eneRIt IO uTfl. Mr O'Shinooevv 4v on iAe of hie intention to move, on 3n1ondoytlot the Council do takeinto ceroidergtion ho report. of the Cenmmittee up pointed to lnseatigoiothe eonduw cof theslIaorbur Measter. Till; IE -EHPetEIreCIuT. 31r l .ie;eoo co a.ed leave to sithdrew the molioa stnndine in his name, relative to grants of land nader thie pre-empltie ribtht. Leave given, and motion witheramn. THOE CITa POLICE. Alderman Jonsroas iror!d wish to ash the Colonial Secretary, whether anr measure .rs in contemplation ??pectin-g the stato of tie Citr Police. It w;as a suilert echich was creat in- much anxietr out- of dloers the to...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

S'}IIP2,r I:;TELLTG ENC . 3IErJIOURXEF A nGi VED. J nav3 Napoleon,. b~aiqine. R2 tuns, A. r Coallais commrander, -ronm Hong Kongand Banila, Septenbec-2Sth. Psscngcrs-cabin, 3k 3sicl1-s:eera5 e, einger. -CL5A15ED hO U'Ti" - " *Thnnarr 3-Commrnoore bsnarqnn fr Svdnev. Passege- s3tr Laune, Miss Cormich.e1],3Itis Rnancher. . Jannarr 3-Rattler, lnarne For Hiolart Town. -auPnarS. Per paleoon-G6309 bad stnssr I baaeani ,plos Griffithma.nnin' and co ; 53 Chinese chairs and stools. A. E. Coiila; 450 chests, and 7:i half do te, Order. EtPoUTs. Per Comomm Io'-or-Qr.nnal car-o from onblon. Per Rattler-Oct- na. cargo fc'nm L. nicn. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

FOR LONDON direct. -'The fine A i vque t GeUAR C IclaU ol at Iloyd's for am ,5C tos bur hen , LL 0 kRTOOD, so)= tn rrelt pOl?onrt of her rcaro berig n mnder, , mee Wihcwi ena L wit quirk despatch. Has Pt r s u wl,?or ablo pognes. Apply to RW afme.toa, Co, eclong and 5fdboumr. FtOR LONDON, to load at Point SHenry? he ne A barque ENCHASTER, 46(3 o. tIt.' DUTI1IE, commander. This plendidl oandsi hr oumtwar Ges m Onrenad lo portl Phllip in lRhty-nine days. For irenlg or pTe (haeing superior cabi aetomoloaions) apply to prIrA V Co, orW5Lwi5u Iiltus. SSEN5I' S for E\GLND. - T h hin ST.AESU A, tO sail about the 10th ctmber f intermdlae mblls passengers. for which she au td Acommodttan, penOl desirous of naviling lhenine of ths O lopptto . a n rqueted to make Turl applicstion atrhbet seae of s DAIOErr. Go & Co., OeG lang orelbrarne. .B-No sreerage passengers a0 pASSEGE1tS FOIL LONDON. J. The'i One A ,fst rilin.et Sip " ABERIFOYLE.'" Z63 o. t,. r I'MILLAN, Conaunader. has now nearly ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

SAll accounts from the MHount A-ler n-der- gold-fields concur in indiceting thit there is danger of the outbreak of a pestilential epidemic. The fnilness of the water-theceat of the season-the want of vegetable if'i-the contamina tions of fixed cimps- the mental excite ment attendant on the occupation-and the sale of poisonous spirits by siy-grog sellers-are the baneful infleaeces now actively at work. The yieldof golddoes not now.exced twenty thousand ounccs per week, and as there are tenty-five thousand men on tie. ground, it requires no great s6ill in arithmetic to discover that the diggerj are not averaging an mince a week. Such being our opinion, Swe consider it our duty to adise intend ing diggers either to stay at home for the next three montls, or to go prospecting on the main rivers, where there are qmjpplies of good water.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 January 1852

.ADELAIDEL ArAtvED-December 24-Unknown, schoon.r, irom Swan lurer Ist Deem;err; [Ielesn, Inrqaue, fnmu ilambnrih 5th Septemilr. SSAILED.-December 2"-RaLie!, for3adirss. TUESDALY MORNXG, JAN. 6, I,32.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. Open ervry night, Saturday ercepted. TIIS EVENIG, 7th January, 1852, The performances will commence with the ENGLISH HIUNTRESS. SOXG ............. 35B. HOLLOWAT. To conclude with the successful Pantomime of QUEEN BEE OF THE FAIR HIVE; OR, lHARLEQUIN A;D THE LADY BIIR'S BOWER. The npw Scenery painted :y vMessrs. Licbtwood, Eaton Henry, and a2ist ant.s. The Tricks and .faceinrryb Mr Freer. The Pr.;perties by Mr T. Cooke. The Monst rs by Mr -ii,:ot. The I Music arranged by Mr Pyecroft. The Swhole written and adapted !y and pro duced under Tr`-. SOLs trPE?isNrEsnESc C OF HIl DERISNG, tau'hir of " L arl-quin Jack Sprat," Iproduc d at the R,'a Victoria Theaite. Svv ; "' li. rleqi?i Sand the Red Gti;rnpoe f tlh Ruby :li?.s," (the oriainal iGor'lna Pantominie); *" Har equ a Jack and the Bean Stalk," produced at the Launcestun and itobhrl Town Theatres: "The Revolt of the Harem;"' "Grrace Daring;" "The Opium Eater;" " Pddy's Prescription," &c., &c. The...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION WEDENSDAY, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JAs. 7. By J. B. Hutton and Co.. at 11, Stock in-Trade of a General DeAler. By J. G. Carr,at 11, furniture and books, at 1, Suburban L :nd. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, and half past 12. wo.l, tallow, and skins. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, the Red Rover coach, horses, &c. TInIssn?y, JAN. 8. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Residence at South Geelong. SATURDAY, JAN. 10. By J. G. Carr, at 1, lanJ and houses at West Geelong. MonvTy, JAv. 12, 1852. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Town Property. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town property. TUESDAY, JAON. 13. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Furaiture and Sundries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

"NEW' I IRONMONGERY' EST ABhI,SFIMEN'T, BYR I E-STR TEET, G EELO ?r. SREDERIClK BADER b-gs to inform the pubhli of Geelong and ceigh bourhood, aid the Settlers;and F.tarers of the Westerni District. that he ha= re ceived the first pbrtion of his supplies of GEIIERAL TIRONMONGE , SIo, or, Mrest.s. Psrs, &ac., EX "CHRISTABEL," " WOOD STOCK," C OLAUD," 'ZE^T LAND," " ABIERFOYLE," and having al, eady built a large and s convenient sftoe, beg' resiectfutly to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive- departmetnt of trade, ..either 1WHOLESALE OB RETAFI. '. B. havihg had ex ensive experience in the buiiness which he has co:n:eneced b th in Eingland and hur ad, and having i a=de arraingements which r i:l ensale him to receive reulriar supplies frnom the I: ~Best Eiq ih JFatnr fcacadurers, can With confidence solicit a share :f public patronaaZe. Havring select-d Gce!long as his p'r manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous f obtaining thie lasting pre ferenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

GOLD. GOLD. WOLFF, opposite Carver and Dalton's, 'ill give the higlest cash price for Gold in any quantities. G--OLD. 11E undersigned is a purchaser of Gold for cash. R. CURnrur, Jeweller. Dean's Buildings, Market-square, Geelong. 406 IIE undersigned will purchase or ad vance upon good samples. 3 WILLIAM TIMSTs. IHE Undersigned will purchase or . make cash advances on Gold. 151 WILLT I RoorsE. GOLD. 1HE UNDERSIGNED ARE PUR CHASERS OF GOLD. 2143 DALGETY, GORE & Co. ---GOLD AGENTS !! TUBBS & SON Guarantee to procure the highest price for the Diggers. At their Rooms. Queen-street. oppo site the Union Bank. * * All hours of the day. 186 GOLD. iiHE undertsigned is a CAsts purchace. H of any quantity, f:orn a quarer r an ounce upwards. THOSCAR TOwn., Cheapside House. October 27, 1851. 176 GOLD. rrHE Undersigned is a PURCHASER . of Gold. SILAS HARDING. Market-square, Geelong. 35 GOLD. TjIHE Undersigned is a Purchaser of S Gold. PATERSON, 307 Kardinia-street. GOLD. STRACdIAN...

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