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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852
31ETIOPUl;tXF. An.RlTED. Arii 24.--3 liorne l, r.kel . clhoonor, from Srydner. Pao:ter -3IMr lI Bev , and family, Secrs. Dait. Eldctnla, Glover, La.ne, Moore, Spi le, llmbcrt, Bi~sonett, Ikeanpert, Jenkii,, Kelly,; Qnidey, Swaollow, I.ibridgc, Delin, L.;ngi, Ltitloero :p, Gordon, lialcombe, and :() otiers. \ cirataih,s'eamer, from T,:an nasie . Picsen Cern-Mr nril Mrs SreeIt . !r and Mrs Morrice Mr ande Mrs White, 31r ad M3rs Hall, Mr and 'i:s liooa,, Mrs andi 3irs lortimer, 3Irs Frinres, !iE M!ark, Messrs 3P'Dna!!, :l:el, Morriss, i-nner, oe'rttcn, An-ell, Ba-?slarr. Giliin, NeErrian. Gri?an, Mlurr.. Walker, Diron, Hurry, Gibson.Ta.in-r. I',ce, ilntabir, ieu, Patter sr-n. C.mlell. Orr, S~con, Pericalli, IB.am-' bank, and: RBobinson, an:d one hundred and sixte ethers. Christina, air, from Silner. Pasenters- 3tecar,. Brotoks, Best, Croli?:ca, Shally, 31euIon, idu SC oatlih.r. Shamaroct; .s~eh?r, frorm Srnee. PTa?eng,ers --.cafrs G lenehr. Templeton, lIen,lersn,, itlair. I)inrp&am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 April 1852
TO SHIPPERS OF GOLD T IIE 'RENOWN' has now c mpleted - her leading, and will slal from Point henry direct, without calling at ilobson's Bay. Captain Walker will be attend nce at the office of Maesss. i'.rachan and Co., every forenoon for the perr.ose of weighirg shipments. Geelongs April 12, 1S52. ADVANCES ON GOLD-The Under rgnned will make Cash Adtners on Gn:d. D?LOGET. GORE - CO. OLD DIGGERS' BANK.-The un tdersigned Invinzentered into arrannrementa wiib :tr London tororejl, nsre now prpsred to make !:Leol edranes on Go'L. Ptr.irs wbboig to nI wril tr sure of r.eivi~n tie hig~hestn eket Prke.--Tsoasa. SP.ta~ to Co. T?e Be.?h. T?OVELS.-Sir Waster Scott's Works, 45 rols.: Diekens's P.lnlwr's, Jame', W. iarisn Ain?sworth,, Wtshinooon Irrint. Cooper'? o,,t others, ?l-y.s on sole at J.r.. WILLIAMS 0, tak0'!!er and tntionwr,Norkotn.$arne. GCeelono BONAR.'S WOIiKS.- Life of the Rev. R. i. 3PCreyne; Bedemption Dr-wlnx -S:h; Pophetfral Ltanoareks; B!on. of the Crcme; :tt of Weepine; 3trm;ng...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
ABSTRACT OF SALES By AUC-l WEDNESDLY, APRIL 'S. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Ladl. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at It,. nuation of sale of -Merchsndirs. i THURSDAY, APRIL 2J. By J.G. Carr, at II, Chronometers, S nals, Charts, &c., at 1, Town Lut. Ry Carver and Dalton, at 12, Tea. &'. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. By O'Tarreil & Son, at 12, Steers. MIooDAY, MIAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at 1, valuable IIouase perty. tMIosNivY, MA!' 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemwc Tavern. Tr'CDAY, MAYr 18. By J. G. Carr, at II, the Crkh Estate. THEATd E ROYeAL GEILONG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. Open Every Evening. ASTOUN'DLNG SUCCESS OF THE LOUIS IANA HABRM NISTS! THIS EVENING, 2Srt' APRIL, The Entertainmepts will commence sr the Favourite Comedy of THE CAPTAIN OF TiE WATCH. Baron ........ Mr IasI;er Adolph de Courtray...... Mr Shearcr The Captain of the Watch..lIr Iryd Kristina,..........Mrs Davis Katryn....... ........ars Stab After the celebrated LOUISIANA HARMIONIST?. Quintette-Ware am de...
List of Letters detained for S[?] Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
List of Letters detained for Postage. Black, Mrs Ann, Hobart To.n Bean, Mr, Adelaide, South Austrli 1Brinck, 3Mr, Danmark Bell, Thomas, New Zealand Creaar, John, Adelaide, S. A. Cargeeg, Richard, Adelaide. S. .. Drew, Mr, Launceston, C. D. L. () Elliss, J, Adelaide, S. A. Evens, Daniel, Adelaide, S..\. Jordan, John, Fermanahl, Ireland Jones, Mar, Adelaiehl, S. A. Kitching, Mr, tailor. Adelaie Moloney, Jeremiah, .New Z.:, lnl Mills, P J, .allah RoIkl.' -\dd'Ad Rusk, Richard, Adelaide, S. A. Salmond, John, Oitao, New Zealanj Turner, Mary, Hobart Town, V.D. Thomson, Walter, Lau cetr n, y.D.L. Wilson, John, Glas.ow, Scotland .", Warrell, Thomas, Fermanah. Irem?a, War. Toic m ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
rp WiNTY M"RES ":eautiful Land, .L price £;0'l N-). 2. Twenty do do do oposite, price \ £10. ' I . No. 3 STPint,-four acres a little further removed from the main r.ad. but havine / frontage to a road of 66 feet wide. price £96. No. 4. Twenty-four acres adjoining the above price £96. Terms : 25 p'r cent depoeit, and hills a' 3 and 6 months for the remaaiuder, with Btn' Interest. The:e Lands are select spots and ad mirably adapted for country tesidences for men of business, being inlv six miles from Town, and situated on that heauti fni declivity between the properties of Messrs. Ar'en. Dunsfoid, and Har rison,and the Lake Connawara. Apply in Town to ROBERT RrEEES, Mr. Ilitchins, who ieseides at Duns ford's cottage. bei:'g on the spot will shew the Land. N.B.-Noabitement will be male from the atove terms. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. The Proprietor, Dr. Clerke. Cdichell preparain to leare the Colony. LoT 1. r HE estate of Windermere, near Point " Henry. It hasone and a half mile fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
___ -- i--- iREIS YO-U1i REFED Y\ onLL4OWAY'S OINTMENT. _OrviE. CIiiscuREOF 8IAD LEG ,AFIEn .1 h i 41.S'i~T4 . 'S-hti?. - - i L te frml 31r. Willialt Glpin, of 7;0, r Wymouth, dated 31aylith, 18Si. o r t'rd e 'fIS, my wnie(whois now61) ir" ritt'r , mwh:h srttled in her Ies, and rc: t t'i - ti-e ithy have bten moorr Ihso sire, .51. rC* iV ih ller e or eounis s ere disracting, T '" 5' =1,1,tls c-,hee she b as deF.r'.ed entirely or i.,r for» ' n- E r remedy that mndical rmn adrisid 'tat 3n".l . ", Ei. ttl tract; her i;r.allt suufere,1 sc l,, ..t,, b e I e !, er terrible. had ''Y lv' rtisements, and advitsd ber to try ie : . :. O:t-ntrn:a; dr.d, a last resource; after S . d prosed uleos, she cor.snted to -."l.ted t ;ins beein ao, and, tnso ge to *I' o.' ed -~,~Ou e?ilh. Her leo . &*e plaienhs, , d hiper steef p souL d mad on ",, ',... hare woTr.Oi.l the s.uf rnlrt. ofas 4:,5 years, n?d etortelt them nf 'r ' terus c tihrect of health, yod awiuld indeed t;2 Jl: i. "i2 bithon t tte...
LICENSING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
LICENSING DAY. Tne Co?rt of i?tiy Ssrions for lhearing appli cations for Pt:lienus' Licenses for the Town of Geelong, which bhl heen .djoarnesl from T'ues ,ad threit nth inst., t'ssemb!0cl ys:terIMy at noon, triat b the fJlluowin Licensin.Irnstices tock their seats upon the hench :--C.tidn Asddis, the hiLyor, Jame; Fonl Strachan, Cartain Frans, zand Wliiliaia Tims, Epsuire. Abram Atkins, apriled for the renewal of his license Sir Mack's Hotel, Corio Terr`ee. Grantld. IFroncs Dalfour, for the renewal of the li eense for tie Retreat Inn, South Geelong. Greoted. Elizabeth [ecd, for the renewal of the license for the Thistle Inn, Corio-streel-Grantel. James Brown, for therenewal of the license for the Steam Packet Hotel, Yarra-street- Grantal. ' John Diownellr, for therenewal of the license for the Joiner's Arms, Corio-street.-Granted. rttrick DniMgga, for the renewal of the li cer-e for the Austrditan Inn, It:rie-street. Cap:tain tvens remarked that wwhen he visited thoso p!rrresise. h...
COLONIAL MARKETS. MELBOURNE. Saturday, April 24. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
COLONIA.L .LIIKETS. hler.norase. Satun!sy, April 24. Slessr AMilns and Knight's Mill.--_o alter tios in prices fro, ?loon "e?e, nmareir. £25 to £21 IOs. fur seconds,; wheat, os. t.I. ln r Di?ht's .lii :-A.n advance of £2 per ton b?h btake place, the ,eon,! bhinr very great, andI rnch of the importel flor h:vsing been hourht toarrive. Shoonl tin weather break, a tempo rary fall r-.r be anticipated; out from the lorgo accession to our popueation, no treat decline can be looked forward to. The followring are the qotaoti.ns:-:inae Ilour, £27; seconds, £2c5; whieat, s; bIran, 3s; maize, 6s; eats, , 6J. D;srel, Is 4i the 2 lb. loef. Hay, (very variable), from £15 to £25 per toll. cOlost.uI PracUCE. There cas a sliht improveament in the market on Satura:r, the apply bein largecr, bunt not at all conmensurate with the wants of the people. Tl:e rains of the past week have mr.ch assisted ve-gtation, andl glea to the produce a fresh and agreeable appearance. Prices were as under : Vegetables-P...
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
rORTLANI. A. squatter, writing to the Portland nGardian, fren: the Upper Glenel., sa? .--, have no news of an- kind to seal you, every one who intended going to the dig~ine,, has gone; and as yet scarcely a single indihidual has retn?ned. Oar I nnlmbers therefro are very few; and those few constantly emlsoveel in tentling the sheep. There is no work of any kind ever thonght of. Our limeo loos like one perpetual, unbroken Sunday. I may r?ntion, hosever, thl:t things are with me I esst. aleot as 104l as t!hecan be ; t!hat as i as. , m te to k oe u n thp e sheep on the run, a?d they are esea- in better condition than when closely ! h sepheerak. The drought last season ompellel us to searc out water; and, the diggings- this stason, to do with fewer hands. Who knows but what after all, we may be gainers, instead of losers, by that which ae have considered our misfortune! Cormplails contino to be maLe of the want of F ar icat pratetion in the Portihan district. A. Hoaahai Town na vstare, ...
ROYAL HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
"oetit liomo'.-It is generaily un rstood that before man- wceks hive plss0 l letters pan entor rll be r ce?vel by the CGovern r-General cenftrricg the Ihsnor of knighhedal on Charles Joeph t Trolo , -q.. sir&lt;t Lieutenant-Governor of V?tersi, tilliam rP Keltcett., "I., fir t Chief Tnusice of that elonr, and en Charles Nicdolson, "q. Spcaker of tie Legisatire Ceunc.l of New Grm o ? STocr yJsEr.-There hes been a aerr labre q anaty of horses change, hands this week, and of a superior qa:litr, ansd prices rery hish, viz--nbroken drfta horses sold from 2G!. to 471; broken in ditto, bt very few in the mar Lci. sold from 300. to 4!; rough haIns from 71. to 101. 10s; Euperio-r ditto, from 11. to ift?.; workin"brulIocks, from IJ!. to 17l. perpair. O'Fs-rs. So=. 'The flowing easeo oceorral rentla in Syd r.,iv ::,l we ;re the !Fading facts, as iilester tire of the ulmini??s ation of whatl man be tersmed mariti'me jostic? -" One of the pa?sseners in a ehoanncr belong ig to Sta Franeci...
POST OFFICE LETTER LIST. Geelong, 19th April, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
POST OFFICE LETTEIr LIST. Geelong, 19th April, 1852. TLIST ofLatiers I ingat thisO~ilee n climeJ, camnlt nece the pubication of last list: A Amp!in, Ja;eph Aiiken, James ArooMl, John S Anderson, Alexnnder Ati.ins\n, Danel) (2) Alton, J. & Co. ,Aylott, Arthur Avvles. Alfred Aitlin, Peter Anderson, Philip Anderso:n. Geeo. Nal Adam-. Ma3ry na Anter, G. . Amis, i- r Absalom, William Aucroft, Edward rerry, Jamas Inenc, William IBrookes, Thomas lrcokeo John Williams Bruke. Devid I.l Eanl. Thomas (2) Butler, E (2) Bdlen, Willita I:etterwortlh, Sr (2) Brace, X. S. Bennett, Mr Br? n. itosloro-ng ??oler, 31ir illing;on, Ja'mes Blachie, William (4) lEii enride, Andrw Banes & While bcton, John Bromrne, hIIgh lifine, Genrge(2) he:melt, Georg BUckler, Mrs Ikrea, .Jares Brown, Thos. lBrowie, William Brown, C. Ihr'-ion, Rohe"rt Baker, Georoge !!lamv. Jimes Thekley, RBaph Begett. V.. ltrowte,J. ii .ina, F-scot; Bhero, Orgaret ?iBranson, Charles Dklfnl, lienrc B i!ey, Johnl Bennet Bur...
THE STREETS. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
TIlE STRIEEIS. To t'ic JIosr of the Grelong Aderlirer and Intelli?encer. Sir, Allow me, thrucogi the mlinm of your paper, to call the attention of the proper autho rties to the state in which some of the path wars hare been left by persons who have rceontly thrown rubbsh upon them, nominally for tie pnrpose of r:i?ling the path, but in fact with the object of savrin themselves the trouble of arting the rubbish away. There are two or three places in the town where this has been done, but the one to which I wish more partic larly to call attention as bein. the greatest nuisance, is at the corner of 3loorahol-street and Rtrie-street west, where a qngutitr of earth enaratel fron the cellar of the house, has been deposited, thus maltinr it a dilficnlt job to walk on it, and in the dark even dangerou. Now, Sir, although I do not object to any person improving the streets, I think that when any one takes the job in hand for his own con -veience, he should ba compelled to finish it in such ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
SYDNEY IIARKETS. The 3lills - essrs. Barler& Co; Wheat has Ibee suppli.l to a moderate eatent;thisweek,for which, necording to quality, from 5s 3dto 6s ld per bushel has been given. The demand for flour is rery gret, but although some few sales have been mael eat an dIvance of tI per ton'for immaliet delivery, the mill prices remain as ast qnoted, £15 fbr fine, and £13 for second quality, per ton ofl200lls. Bran Is d? to Is 4d per bnshel. Mr ]Breillat: The supply of wheat at the moment is insllicient to meet the wants of the milleri, and increased rates have been given, prices varying from as Gd to 6s 3d per btshel. The demand for iour is still great ; for merprices, however, are still quoted, namely £15 per toe for fine, and £13 for seconds. Holders are eIring higher ratee, and the mills decline solling in large quantities. Bran, is 4d per bushel. 3Iaize-3s per bushel. Oats-3s to 3s Gd per bushel. Scarce. huleoy-IMalting, 3s to 3s 8d; Cape, 3s to 3s 4d per bushel. Bay compr...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
TAN DWEREN'S LAND. The Conference of Jie)egetes of t1o Anw. trahleean Laape, was opened on the twentvy first of April, '. D. Chnpmnen, E.q., havin; lOenes dlec1 Vice !'resident. VilLitim West. garth, F ndq., Lad chanhaseckinsae, Eq., wcre the deleg~tes from Victoria; George A. Arutoy, repteesntr the A'elhaln branch; WV. ItntLy, EN. I. Dry, IJe.l, and Messrs. Croke arnd Ih, Deeling, LIe Northern Tnsmanin Couneil; 1. T. fSmith, L, Rermode, earl II,. JlPAnnto, rpro., thie 13atsnl raneh. 'lflrhre were r L members of the Hioeert Town Council, MoYeri Weston and West, the dolenatce appointled at the Sydney Conferene in 1851, and several friends of tie Anti-Trnsportation movement. Mr. Cha!es Cowper, teo president, was daily ex pected from Sydney. ih'e TLieltenant Governorhad nppanted Field ing Bro.?oc, Esn're, l?r?titr-t-LOvw, to hold a Cour of Criminal Jurisdiction in Norfolk Island. Th Attorner-General is appointed to be the ot?Per to pnoseento by criminal information, all crime.nn mizcem...
Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
Ap.Ir jt'^hla:., btrqulnr. frno Itobart Town. -_t r .ai , 11' r.r. 1I, trs Wiliisnit, and 100 te~tersli OCT. 6-ios,.jr fAdi.~a.stee PLtscae't's ! ;,r'tin Luther, ter _ dle!aidc, with o'rcsengm *fnr'mr Liverpjool. I: ;i:ntn. t"r Sidntee Passengern-Weocrs S&er rn.", Kobbhar. and Casa, Slits Dacis, ed ten others. Lair Sa~rser, laid for A:r.euiie. :is ps:s Peor TIti:lt-In I:s!es ILc. S OD feet ti nlrr, 7 tereka es fnrnitsr, 1400 p55ts a(d rallIe 4sirO Jlling, 403 undiles laths. 4 Utey Inn bankls, Sit :oit; Oicni:n r·' strer, 3 Wos onions, S tons ttiiatoO, 4 tens liL, Order. eerntrr. t Per Tnrrion Lather-I art of oif iinei argo. P'er !'r.iii-210 o enrees ted, lickrtoa.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
TE Al TO 3IELBOURNE, DAILY, SUNoDATS EXCE?TED. Tl iE NEW ,STEAMER VICTORIA, ,To~s 3I'hlea,, Commander, ill leave the Qceen's Wharf, Geelhng, for Ieibourne, every afternoon, at One Cclock. pFrih's Wharf. Melbourne, for Gee )ry morning at Eight o'clock. nrHE AP II RASI A, vteainor, Wm Ha n t?ner, comman:ader, having com . her repairs, hill le'ae Geelong, r.,ihl.rne, every Mlonday, Wednes a.,d Friday, at Nine o'clock. I J H. i. Hrrros & Co. Geelong Agents, t?ril to10, IS52. STEAM TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. .ILTERATION OF TIME. a a'd rfter Tuesday, the 27th in stant, Ihe VESTA, r.amer, will leave the Wharf, Geelong, nine o'clock, on the morning of -icsday, Thursday, aed Fridays, and ei cmeltaourne, at nine o'clock it the cmrin s of Mianday, Wednesday, and uirsda' s, until further notice. S. S3TIrI, Agent. Geelong, t April, IS52 FOR SYDNEY, IFith iianzediate despatch. IE finoe fast-stiling schooner - LILLILS, ('apt. fHannah, awaits on'y the ,pine of two of her crew to proceed to far ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
Ti '.::E wrill a . meetin z of farn ers on Siatutina next, to co-side-r the condiuct of tih mill'rs, in rtfusiuLg to grind %he at for the producers. We e ae in frnucd that when a farmer take hiss tsmin to either of the mill, he is toll.L o o andi sell it, and if he want-s -E:; to "g and buy it the end rf i atbai::g that tIe fanrer is cfmpell.d to sell is pyro-!uce at 6s. per bushcl, an:l bua it ' clk at 10s. To re medy such atn anasislketory state of things, the farmers intea t:o establish proprietr:r5 mill or their o'n.i.an if they ant witlh unon air' energy- thler can 'oe no possiciliy of i f:ii-re It is, in fact, not so niac entcrinr2 into a n --e busness, :Ls extending a-n eomplesirn t.hdr former busincss. The firmers I;v-e hcithcrto bEcn the most inajurda sid mst pati ntelass ia the community; int. have neither re monstrated agais thae prtriaity of g vernnment, nor become restive ancde the exarscti,;ns of thos-e Witih rwhorm :Cy have been c?m?rfied :. deal. A hough- less sc'tte...
SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 April 1852
Ana;Ero-April I-Eiw:nn, from nIrte iurne; IiKrt S t.from o -:i Ison 17-E 1mnia, from II!'3art To-n. IS--lho.mas , .J I. arr, from m3e lear:e: IlioPrcef, fromý .rih; I.. buei:. front Sai Frieance; Raven, fro:n .cck 1.ini. 19-D-Akt!:,.Ica and D2.. -jarS, frum 31el'IurnIe. CLEAnED O'T.-- Apr; 1;7-DIchei of Nor ll.r!user;;n, t'ir aon.don. Clarence ;I'..eke, for ;;,.iourse 19-e: Iaine .e, for IIfLtrt Tow-; I': isa, for .Lonsa' ; "!o'!vvk, for Lmeir. .ArLE.--A;pri l 1--Riciihnfd indf'iiliinim, for tllo 3iiaritis;; St. Treent, for Lore.n. IT Marr nrd Ellen. sch!oner, CIpl:ain lL>'an, for :;el~on:. P;sl e r-. - rr. an.i 3Mirs. W'illv, Me-rs"' to;7'.a, D.nr-, Loire, Chi;,mar, C 1!i. ri;han. J Clrke, D1 Kiet. Parson-. and Chin. Dhiel Wi'elter, fer Au&ci.n.l- A-n and Jane, f.r M3Iehourne. Catlierine, schlonr, r Sinfr n pore. 1I-D!i-ratei. d Scotia, for We?ling. ton. WEDXESDAY 3IORNINXG, APRIL2S, 1S52.