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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

3ire THAT I SAW AT TIE DIGGINGS, ThLL SItmr was an elJerly tma, of spare cann te?nance, hJ eyebrws were juttina and bushy,r overhangino pereing grey yes~., whoE liIght fie was wont to al'lle Ib the interventionl of a rpir of sperwct.ra,, IrbIel; Atrdui'd a"!?s a noae ilieia hritwk's lIlk; whichI nise feemnalt to Iea pla;id ne ?enitr to wratr sh:e di.ir.ig of the mneth, ohoke finrt CoprnElreiI lips les' a mihk in tl;-- frie liki the tlighlceLcnto ln'i '-rofrmattn. Ii.l wold have looked a detperatn tfdlow. were sliret not oeen through his scru'lby Iheard, a con. rinual twitchinga ot the musclos 'n the month, which gave to it a Lumourmone appearance, 'Good evening, my Ion'-said Smith-' no offence ? 'None at al,' said I, rising from my shukedown-I was smoking at the time. It nsa evnirng, and in teo month of January, at the oeant, the days are v?rv hot. * I wants to leave nmy swia here,' said Smith, laing down a hianket and some tling, tied up in a blno poter handkerchief. ' Who are yoa ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

SFLZCIBLE FA RMS, No. 1. r- WENrY ACRES beautiful Land, .?. price £10O. No. '2. Twenty do do do opposite, price £100. No. 3 T'vesi -four acres a little 'srther removed from the main road. hot having Sfro m) ce to a road of66 feet wide, price £96. No. 4. Tran'v-fonr acres adjoining the above price £96. T as Terms :- 25 p r cent deposit, and hills a' 3 and 6 months for the remainder, withl Rank nterest. Thsee Lands are select spots and ad mirahly adapted for country residences for n.n of business. being only sixmiles from Town, and situated on that beauti fuil declivity betwaen the properties of Messrs. Aresen Dnlsfoid, and Har risn, nand the Lake Connawara. Apply in Town to Roastr R rEES, Mrr. RIlitchins, who reseides at Duns ford's cottage. being on the spot will shew the Land. N B.--o abatement will be ma'e from the above terms. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. The Propr:ietor, Dr. Clerke, Chilcell, preparing to lea~ the Colony. Ior 1. T HE estate of Windermere, near Point Henry. It h...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 29th April. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

POLICTE OFFICE. Thursday, 29th April. BcrFoE Captain Addis and the Police 3Ingi. trate. Ann Furlong was inditel ai for drnkenne n thie precedingo dan-. snocoltonena. James Livingston was Id.Ltel belore t:e P,?,?h, havinug been aprehirnde on arrartn tWebIrh,.i slat, charged b" Mr Gillhanirn, of Irish Towie, with abseuting Isinmselffron his hired serrice, os Saturdan, the 24th instant. It aplpeared from the evidience offhe n'ntr. that Livinaton had been is his service ta, Tears, and on the expiration of that perid, o:t the 20th instant, another agrensment was mac, enwing"g the man for twelve months ionger, as an incerease of r;ages, when, on SLnaturday I" Livingston throungrt proper to leave his sersr without permission. Thie defendant said he had been absent lookin, after a poney belonging to hIis mnaster, ot whiet circumstance, Mr Gilliglan, us wellas Lihnself was well aware. To a question f om the ,eneh us to whether irhe .as willing to finish hiis iresent termra of arce ment, the ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

ABSTRACT OFSALES 8Y AUC!10N FaRIDxY, APRIL 30. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Steers° SAtuanAY, MLiY I. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at It, Sheens skins, &c., Merchaundize ; at 12, BJij', &c. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Land at Kildare. MONDAY1, MAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at I, valuable Ilouse Pro perty. TUESDAY, MIAY L By I. G. Carr, at I, Lani in Tsrra street. FRIDAY, IMAY 7. By O Farrell & Son, at i, Hay. MONDAY, MAY 10. By J.G. Carr, at 12, the Freeramasons' Tavern. TCESDAY, MAY S8. By J. G. Carr, at It, the Cr;ch on Estate. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, --_ IHE BRIGANTINE , s T - E LIBERTY, i- has excellent acconmmodation for passengerr. Apply to the Captain, on hoari, or, to C. J. DEEY'S & Co. [A CARD.] FROM UPPER STAIPMFORDSrEET, LOYDO.Y, DR. MINGAY SYDER, M?OORABOor. STaEET, GEELoSG TO SHIPPERS OF GOLD TIlE E RENOWN' has nqw c smpIleed her loading, and will salt from Point Henry direct, without callil:g at Ho(s,n's Bay. Captain Walker will le. in attendcnee at...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

,thEA TRE 'O YA L, GEEi.ONG. Mr Deering, Sole Les.ee. Open Enery Evening. ASTOUSDISNG SUCCESS OF TI1E LOUIS'IANA IIAI1RMO 1YIS'TS! FOR THE BENEFIT OF MRS. DAVIS. ?rRS. DA FIS, in announchi.q her ir.. BENrEFITto lher frIiends and lon, beqs to intimate that the l sai rctl ted on this ccasion and the inlertainmenfts f gaenerastU, will be of ,clI deecrsp ion as cannot fril to *cte p ssf' a ti~f?icthi to all dwho ",m knor wr ith their patronagqe and ?rtport. TIIIS EVENING, 3 rrc APRIL, The Felformances will commence with ..a hcbautifil Nautical Drama, in three acts, entitled THE OCEAN OF LIFE; onR, sit,, Erery inc? a Sailor. air TimnthyTadpole. .... lIr. James. -'I Mr 3Morvi'le .... Mr; Shearcr',ft. flpta'n B'undell, -. N..Mr Jacobs. Mr. Allensley..Mr Cullen. lal lIorsPfisli (Skipprr of the Trader Rspid)..Mr HIasker. 3"st Merriton (Boatsuain's mate of the Ariadne)....IMr Hydes. Jemrn Jumble (a Tailor sn search of a 'Lost Estate) .. !r Deering. 3Mr Skinrat..3Mr. Meadnws. Jark Peters.........

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG MENS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 April 1852

GEELOuG 3lF.S.-3!CUst:CliiOe, mud boots and makitao?bhe.s, hare comeiin ith m~ush?rooms. Great coits, and guttuperciha, barve come out with the kte ruin. Gnat surfece-wshi?g tabes p1nee in Maoonbol-street, abhere the crceks are in fuil flow. Diggingoeratiouns are suspended in Yarra-street; a complite cut has been made bv the men, althoughl the embankment still re mains, but the cerp~ration is still in the hole. -Farmers are resolved not to be kept under the " miller's thumb," having been ground br others,. thebyintend to grind themselrves--a good l"mii'" may be antieipted as theresult, with, of eourse, plenty ef Econds.-Bread maintains its rise. IBottled beer is up; a spirited demand for nobblers takes plce, and during the present festivities every man is invited tonea "uill-Earl Grey has been convricted by block and white of poeli. tict- tergiversation, andl eas put nll the colonies ift a tr:sport of roge.-Amongst the latest de- scoveries at the Mount is that of Mr. Bunce, who has ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

*o~is ,y,:sq Sc? 'soo1. r ijIF. arringerens fo~r conductine th. Poninyoni Slhoml being nolw in very efficient state, an advantageons op psrtun"ty is pre eted to parents who wrih to ol tain a sound educatioa fo .their children. TERMS FOR 1?0.%RD. ':The terr.s for board for the chil tren of shepherds, servants, and mechanics . employed at their trades, Twel'e Pounds a-esl ; for the children of settle s, 'tradesmen, and gold diggers, Toenty pounds a-year. SChOOL FEES. No fee will be charged for the inst'uc. Lion of the boarders who ate the children of shepherds, servants, or persons in in digent circumstances. In the case of all ethers, the fee will be f r Reading. 10s a quarter; for Reading nn I other brncrbhes 155. a quaster. All fees must be paid in advance, and for not less a peinod than a quarter. The quarter days are the first days of Janu ary, A pril, Jtul, and October. Those who enter during the currency of a quarter, will be required to pay for the whole of the quarter. FOR SA...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

IIOBATET TOWN. Arrived-A rii 21--Alverton. from Shanlhai. 22 renny ThiJ. from Vitoria. 23-Petrel from Timr :; Firng Fish, from GeeLon. S..ill.-ApriL 22 -Franees, for MHel Luua.e.

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

INDIA. Matters are really progressing with lightning, ike rapidity in India ; and the effect will be speedily felt in Australia. They have now sc venty miles of Tele?raphic commnnication com pleted betweca C:lcrtta and Kedlgeree, and the intermediate stations, with two miles of river rossings; the old Semaptcres have ceased to work, and intelii;eee is constantly transmitted from below atall hours of the day or night. The experiment has been so eminently successful even "in thunder lightning and in rain," as to render no importunate for the extension of the system throughout India, and we look with some degree of impatience for the decision of the Court of irectors and the Bor.lr of Control on the es abhshment of the Tel-egraphic Post in India. For a sum not exceeding 200,0001 sterling, all he Presideney towns, including Lahore, might, n the course of three, or at the furthest of bour ears, he brought into hourly communication with each other. But the question assumes a igher charact...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

SYDNEY. Arriver-Ap?ril 21-Diana, from Melbourne. D;:ke f - eilin~ on, from Melbourne. 22-Jane from IIoha Toiwn. . Cleored out.-April 21-King William, for RisKora. 1Mr Stewart, for Melbourne. 'W, erlilr, flr Hobart Town. fHelen, for el 1tunie. 22--~anrquiih,for 31lbour:e. Twins, -hiooner, 14 tn-s, fir Giee!on---36 case drags, I .3 -.ses draippe, iae, Glaiter & Co; 4 C;.Li ., 49 -sen rind, I case tartaria acid. 50 c',-c- elder wane- 20 OIxPs qperm candles, 2 Iboxes strr.lh. 5 eaie? cheese, 2i2 bags nrgar, 144 coils or.Jage, G. Thorne and Co ; 8 half cases lnci f-TS, 2 6nlmelrpaulini, 100 boxes ar.dles, Grif iitl and Cn; . cses drapery, L. Harri; 2 p:'akages wine, I case hats, A Drentler; 3 Iales 2 caswe drapery, I bale ilanket. , 20 boxes sperm c r,'les, I ihlld is, 12 casks cheese, Aspinwall i.n. C.1; I e ae ilks flowers and shirts, L.:;us l i I?enett; 17 cases froits, .. atts; t; arca-'es furmiture, I ease drapery, J. Willer; 1 bal Illainkets. 2 cases drapery, NX 31'Kern; I ...

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THE TALLO[?] EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

THE TAl. O L' EXTORT. Toh god" roket" ' hs a tenderle to withdmw our attentinn from the staple prodJets of the colonr. Whatever golb may do for us, ne must not forget tllhat wool founfed the colony. and tallow tsaved it. We therefore quant the rentrrih of WMr. Fnfe, of Melbourne, on the sublject of our staple export', given il a letter to the Argns. "The remarks maue b"y Mr. Westgarth at the hite meeting of the Chamber of Commerce drew my attention to the hitherto two prineipal pro lductions of this colony, viz, wool and tallow, and, with a view to armve at some idea as to how these products, as articles of exportation in times coming, will be affected by the daily increase which our popu'ation is receiving, being attracted thither by the new and prolific findings of gold, I haTr taken some n i:sl in collecting tlhe fo!ow ia ;::trtieulars. Shol,: you think th"n of any intar au,:ot t tthe public, I se hi.dl be glad by ou thin: thes isertinon in \"ur p.a,:er. With re,: lI to wold, I t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

T'r::m i-" i..t whicl the farmers in ftcnfi h:; IJ1'I ai mcntin to-day, namely the want Z faiciiiies for grinding their wheat into i.iur, is a question which af iC, u v-t:la!ly the consuming as the prw:luing portion of our population. The industrious classes, intermediate be tween the producer and consumer, are also deeply interested. A thousand ftr mers, a score or two of bakers, and twenity thousand bread-eaters, are too much dependent upin the caprice of two or three millers, and the capaoilities of their machinery. We believe that we were mistaken in saying that tile millers had systematically refused to grind fr the farmers, but the effect is the same if they c. xorf accommodate them within a reasonable time. There is no occasion, howerer, for mak ing the question a personal one; the faet is that there is not a sufficient number of mills in Geelong, and the consequence is that the people have to pay 33; per cent. more for the loaf than the fair rate, as testedby the price of wh...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDan, MAY 1. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at II, Sheeps. skins, &c., Merchandize; at 12, Books, By J. G. Carr, at 1, Land at Kildare. Mon.DY, MAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at I, valuable House Pro. perty. TuESDAY, MAY 4. By I. G. Carr, at 1, Land in Yarra street. PFrneY, MAY 7. - By O'Farrell & Son, at 1, Hay. SATURDAY, MAY S. Ry O'Farrell and Son, Clydesdale Entire MONDAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern. TUESRlY, M3AY 11. By O'Farrell and Son, at I. Hay. TUE DAY, MIAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crich'ou Estate. THEATRE ROYAL, GEELOXG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. Open Every Evening. M~ONDAY EVENING, 3CrTn MAY. For the Benefit of Mr. HASKER. ?RT. HASKER begs to inform the in habitants of Geel ng and its 'ici nity, that his BENEFIT is fixed for the above Evening, and b gs most respect fully to solicit a share of their patronage and support. The Evening's entertainments will com mnence with the Gra-d Historical Drama, in ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

3EXN THAT I SIW AT TIlE DIGGINGS. No. 2. Jack Johnson is a merry rattling fellow, high nrincipled. an pnsesnseed of a hno.ancy of dis pnsition that led him oontinaslly into scrapes. rack is well ednleted, that is tossa, his parents expendedn more than their means would allow to instruct him in things that never proved of any use tn him. Jneck knows a bitof Latin, a bitof Greek, can sa how d'Pe to in French, has con mitted to memory an Italian musical vocaba lary, and can make mostunintelligible guttural noises, ich he pronnounces to be German-ho cnn rattle off a tune by ear on the piano, wheeze out a consumptire tone on the flute, dance a rigorous Polka, and sing a tolerable song about the " 3terrie laids of Englandm" to cut the story short, Jack's friends represented to bim one dany, that he was not possessed of hn'ines.!like habits--L.i presence might hemore beneficial to the colonies than agreeable to his fnmily at home. Jclk acsqniesceld, he had no occasion to phire his alfairs ...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

,p-1 30 -i:tr s;,l : il,n, 1S3 ton-, G"r;.o s 3L .e-i, a'ster, fr*m Svinev. Pb.iaslznga 0.wrr. 3.)e-rnur. rems" L,,irce, D),m, P, illips, Chlm- n, K-!k. Riet?ar!s. Ci irke, Dspsev, Willey and Mr1s. Wi'liey. C. 1i Chiss In. agent, C?'?.D CeT. Apnil 31.--David, cutter, 25 tons, .3L Cassidy, anster, for ?Jelbnorae. In ballast. No pas sengers. hDavid, for Mel nrne. rl3I'OSTS. Per Mary and .len-59 cases and S hhds brandy, 6 lhhls run?. 3 ases cigars, 250 tins preserved meat.. t10 ags flour, 2 cases, 4 bales, I truss shirts, 10 casks vinegar, 125 eases ginger wine. 25 do lemon sYrnp, 15 ag;s cornts, 5 kegs sad., 25 big nriee. 7 ea?vs wine, 20 boxes randles. 2 drays, 9 tales blankets, 20 bnndles spades, I pestle and mortar. 1 gig, Thorne, Sparks and Co: 100 eares hrandr, 5 kegs toba:cco 50 cases brand. 2 eases lookin glasses, S cases serp, 9 dJo pejermoint, 2 cases drapery. 10 do hosiery, 103 bags l,?er, 150 boxes candles, 100 bags nflr, G tons do. 3 tons bran.?8 casks butter 2 ltuletnrpla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

STEAM TO MIELEBOURNE, DAILY, SCNDAYS EXCEPTED. lIE N,;W STEAM. ER I VICTOR IA, .Tonrs N'LAN, Cor:man !er, Will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geel ng, for .Meibourne, every afternoon, at One ,'clock. IRaleig'h Wharf, ielhourne, for Gee iank, every morning at Eight o'clock. rFI AP II RASI A, steamer, Wm S'!'-Pter, rcommander, having com pletrtl her repairs, will leave Geelong, Ir Ie'bourne, every Monday, Wednes dsy and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. Hurrox S Co. Geelong Agents. Apri l lo, 1552. STEAM TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. ALTERA1 TION OF TIME. ON a-d efter Tuesday, the 27t1h in stant, the VESTA, Stearer, rtill leave the Wharf, Geelong. at nine o'clock, on the mornirg of Tuesday, Thursday, a,:d Fridays, and from Me! ourne, at nine o'clock ir the morsnins of MTonday, Wednesday, and Tharsdays, until fruther notice. S. S?rrrr, - Agent. Geelong, 21st April, 1852. FOR LONDON, ffaring the greater part of her cargo ensyaJd, will neet scith quick des patch. Decpatch beins the ohject, Wool in quant...

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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

LAUNCESTO? . Arrivd-Aptil-22-Swift, from n[elbourne. 24 -Ta?tr, from M'elbourne. S?ile-.lpril 22-Penri, for Port Fairy. 24. 3mfrcnr. for 3Eeloiurne. "Ielen, schooner, 40 to:n, J Gib1nn, master for Geelong. No ps

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

2IELBOURNE. ARRITEF. .r1.-il 29.- ietoiu ahecket, l urrja, from Lu:nceston. PsJeng-ers-31r Lees and wife, 3rM;rs. Buries, ('Meara, 3Martine, Downward, Smith, Sutton and 45 others. Clarence Packet, chooner, from Sydney. Pas eolners: 31Ses~ , Cam?hel:, 'Carter, 3'Dunald Treron. Broadifoot, 3!eers. Tu::smll, Ham slyr, 3iDonald, Mr and Mrs Bull, and fifteen others. cLEAREo oUrT. Gem. schooner, for Launeeston. Pa?sen;ers: Mrs Bell, ?ies-srs 3lelshead, Woolf, Chambers, 3il!s, Jackson, lriraie, irowie, Strrt, Marshall and nineothers. Henry Edwar:l sehooner. far Launcestcn. Pas Hn_?ers: S3r 3forrts, Mrs Mary Hays, and six others. Queen of Shah., nhip, ,ir Adel?ide. Passen gers, M3esrs. Ste.ensen, Crawford, and Solomon, and 26 others. - SAILED. Lysanler, for Adelaide. Flash, fr .iAelaile. Margaret. for Sydney. Waratah, steamer, foir Sdner. Eman, for Srdner. Juliet, for Scs!ner. Yerr=. for Hio!ut Town. Ellen and Mary, for Circular Hiend. S IPORTS. Per Victo.ri Packet-3 bags of flour, 9 htna o...

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POLICE OFFICE. Friday, 30th April. BEFORE Captain F. Fyans and William Timms, Esq. CHARGE OF FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

POLICE OOFICF. Friday, 30th April. Beroan Captain F. Fyans and William Timms, Esq. CEIlGE OF FELONT. Daniel Arnold, a respectable looking man, was Sldacdl before the Bench, charged by 3r William Hudson, the corn dealer, in 3Malop-street, with stealing four trusses of hay, his propewrt. From the evidence of Mr Huldson, it appeared thaton Thursday afternoon, Arno:d came to his shop for the alleged purposo of purchasing hay. Hndson had occasion, shortly aferwranls to go out, and when he returned, was informed by his little boy that the prisoner took out of the store., during his absence, four trusses of hay, valued at 5s each. Cross-examined by Mr Beloher.-Is not aware that Arcold remainedl waiting a long time in the shop for witness's return; is not aware that a memorandum of the sale was lefit upon a slate in his shop: Arnold has fiequently dealt with wit ness for forage: owes witness 20s for has, but previously to this occasion. By the Police 3agistrate.--The man has had haylbefore ...

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BENDIGO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 1 May 1852

BENDIGO CREEK. As Bendigo Creek begins to assume some importance amongst the Victoria diggings, we give the following descrip- tion of it abridged from a letter in the Argus:—   The appearance of the Bendigo Dig- gings differs entirely from that of the Forest Creek; for, whilst the latter is remarkable for the abruptness of the ranges that bound its northern bank, and the general boldness of its scenery, the former is more characterised by a bewitching softness, the land being gently undulating, with no prominent hills or bluff jutting rocks to break the tone of harmony that pervades the scene. But to begin at the beginning—pass- ing up the Forest Creek to a spot de- nominated "The Springs" where this   road joins the direct line from Melbourne to Bendigo, the traveller comes upon a broad and well beaten track running away to the right over a steep and sid- ling hill. Thence the road winds through a beautiful grassy country lying immediately at the foot of ...

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