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

, G-ornce ~cM'Lean (Commander), S,.,d Oficers of the Briqanttin Mary it SI, w fe f;! Ia' we cannot e)'ie yOUr \vesl wiahoul e:pres * 10 outi sinCere feelins of gr' te for your uniform anld uin eitsing titei ion to our cotn, ftrts, a?d. the exc l nte Itamanship dip'aydl hv vou in the leat" --nt t f yo-r b'e.tiful venel. r.'f l it also nFeess-'V tospeak in the lihbest t'ms of t- aetomlldions of Stl: -e 3b, c . vesse! . whic, are believe to lie il ,vslled in the Sydney and Port Phillip trtlp. We tuit Vyo may lbe 'ng uspared to c.ltilt e your re-elit avocation with ucce s, feelig, as ured that you well de ier'P it. ser a imously sigrned by the fol to i:jg passFnerrs : Josrph Willey James Deans John Towre - iVm. T. Fhiliips S Dun J3.,n Mills Mrs Willey 'Mrs Mltr w (. TI. (his an. r(eleg. ::Oth April, 1b51. To the rCabin Passatgters of the Brig . i-ary and Ellen. I ATE' ANL) Gm NTLxEIME,-- heLr - le::v ito arknowledge the receipt f renr kind addtres:, and I asuFre yol that i ldlil ever ap...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

WE have not yet been favoured by the Argus with a definition of the term " Colonial Church," about which we have been favoured with some fire or six co lumns of words without apparent mean ing or object. The term is used, we are toll, in its conventional sense; but who the parties to the convention are, we ara at a lIs to conceive. The imembers oj each section of the universal church, may, amung themselves, attach a conven tional meaning to the expression; but there is no public agreement on the sub je:t. The Argus als,) uses the term " to avoid periphrasis," and yet after columns of circun:l,;cutiu leaves the reader in utter bewilderment. The Bishop of Australia has been in toresting himself in a movement for framing a definite constitution for the govrnment of the Church cf Engllnd in .te Australian colu"nes. In the course or a me n ting to ,ilcus_ the subject, he h:id occasinn to reprove a " certain young cleric" for an ignorant and illiberal in tertretation of a passa.e in Cypri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

A BSTRACT OF SA LS BY AUCIIOU. MONDAY, WlAY 3. By J. G. Carr, at I, valuable House Pro perty. TUESDAY, hIAY 4. By I. G. Carr, at 1, Land in Tsrra street. Taunasny, 31AY 6. By O'Farrell and Sonsat 12, Wheat and Flour. FsIDAY, S?AY 7. By O'Farrell & Son, at 1, Hay. SATURDAY, SLAY 8. }y O'Farrell and Son, Clydesdale Entire MONDAY, A4rY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern. By O'Farrell and Sons, at 2, Steers. TUESDAY, MAY II. By O'Farrell and Son, at I. Hay. TUsDA?Y, MALY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crich on Estate. GEELONG INFIRIMARY AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. TENDERS are invited for the supply I of tbis Institution with the under mentioned articles, in such quantities as may be required, for two, five, or eight months, reckoninz from the Ist proxim". Tenders to be sent to Br. Thomas, at the Instituton, by 12 o'clock on Tiesday, 4th May. Fresh Meat, Bread, Tea, Ground Coffee, Moist sugar, Table Salt, Ground Pep per, Scotch ,Barley, Arrowroot, Sago, Rice, Yellow Soap,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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UNION MILLS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

b;tIOX 3Hi ,lS COMPANY. Ir accordance with an adrertisement to that effeet, a puhlle meeting of the Farmers and others of the Geelong district, was held at the Rvral Oak Inn, 3roorahool-street, Geelong, on S:ttunrar afternoon. Owing to the inclemeny of thie weather. many gentlemen who felt an weqal interest in the meeting with those present, did not attend, but their sentiments on the sub jeet, were well ascertained to be in unison with those expreIsse at the meeting After some delay, at the request of those pre sent, Mr. Jan:es Harr.ison took the chair, not withent some relnetance on his part, as he ex pressed a wish to see the chlair filled in some gentleman who hat more direct interest in the matter. tir. flarrison obseredl that it was only from the wiih to set the business going, that he ae ceptel the honor of presiding, he however felt determined that although perhaps, ignorant of many partirelars relating to the snbjeet; he shonhl alhero to one principle, and that was, that ev...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

31EN TEAT I SAWS A T E DIGGINGS. No. 3. SThe gol.l feveris more fnriltful here than;the railway mania was at home,'Fred : nuggets ver as snrip - Mount Alexander against Carel Court; prospecting in the one case, surveying in the other; twenty thousand ounces from the Mount-a hundred thousand pounds subscrilwd capital for a line from the Isle of Dogs to Tim buetoo; a hundhed drays wanted to proceed im mediately to the BenIigo -a hundred levellers required to proceed immediately to the Midland Conn ties,' ' comparison that won't hold. You're mis taken a few points of misty resemblance, and lost yourself in the ranges of fancy: you're bushe', Jack. What say yen, if we cot the shop for the nonce, and hare aIu et arn, juat as if the ninth of .Auust last had never been, and Ballarat never heard of.' ' With all my heart. I'll be the Princess of The Thousand and One Australian Nights' En tertainments; you the Sultan, with a short pipe for a chilk;uque, a blanket for a dais, tet for sherbet, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

Bonin,'one S&cool. TIIT arrnet en's for conducting tht P1 l,ointyrl'?te , ol eingknowin a sre? p~ileori state, an advantageSon op. pirtunl t3 is pre ented to patents eh, iii h tl n trlin a sound e'ucation fio thei- children. TERMS FOR BOARD. The terms for board for the childlren of shebpher's, servants, and mechanics x employed at their truides,Twele Pounds a-sett ; for the children of settle s, tradesmen, and gold diggers, Teenty pounds a-year. SCHOO, FEES. No fee will be chareJl for the inst-ac. lion of the hoarders who ate the children of shepherds, servants, or persons in in. dieent circumstances. In the case of all oth. rs.'the fee will be f r Reading, 10s a quarter: for Reading an other branch s 15s. a quaster. 4il fees most be paid in advance, and for not less ape iod than a quarter. The quarter days are the first days of Jano ary, April, July,and October.Thosewho enter during the currency of a quarter, will be required to pay for the whole of the quarter. FOR SALE BY...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 1st May, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

IOLICE OFFICE. Satnnily, Ist May, 1352. Before HisWorship the 3ayor, James F. Strachan, Esq, and Captain Fyans. BrE5Cli OF TsaE PEACE. .ames Kilfonl was charged with having a pu gilistic encounter in the public streets on Friday last. He was bound over to keep the peace for the ensuing three months. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Wiliiam Eve, a young man of about 1i, was placed before the sitting magistrates, charged with using obscene language, whilst in a state of intoxication Hie was severely reprimanded, being or.l a a new arrival, and let otf with a flue of 5s, with the intimation that his next appear. ance for this offence would suipject him to a fine of £5. Ellen Skelton was then placed before the Bench, charled by one of the police constables with using obscene langnage in the enbnrbs of the town, on Friday last. She was fined ces, or one month's imprisonment. David Belton was the next aggressor in this very common vice, charged by Norris, one of the police constahles, with using highly ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. Open Eery Evening. MONDAY EVENING, 3c(rn MAY. For the Benefit of Mr. HASKER. 711R. MASKER hegs to inform the in ?1ha hbitants of Geel ng and its vici 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 mence n ith the Grand Historical Drama, in three ants, entitled MASANIELLO, The Fisherman of Naples ; on, The Dumb Girl of Portici. Alforzo (son of the Duke of Arcos).... Mr bhearcrft. Duke of afatsloni (Grandee of Naples) .Mr Jaco.s Lorenzo (fiie"d of Alfor.za)..Mr Jacobs - Seijeant A toine..Mr Meadows Gonzalo (Captain of the Guards)..Mr Clifford. 3lasaniello (Tomeso Aniello, a Fisher man of Naples).. Mr Webster Guiseppe Atiell (his cousin).... r hTydes First Soldier....1Mr Wilson Porella Fishermen (Mr Has! er ( acomo - of Mr James Pietro Naples. Mr Riley E!vira....Mfrs Stubbs Briella (the Serjeant's S: ouse) .... -Mr...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

GOLD CIRCUL&R.. GOLD has slightly advanced in price during the last week, the buying price opening at 60s. has since risen to GiU. 3d. and 60s. 6d., the latest figure, how ever, only for large lots; but notwith standing the advance ia price tho quantity offered has not equslled that of last week. The rain seems fairly set in as far as this district is concerned, although re turned diggers state, that as yet there has been nothing but slight showers in the Mount Alexander quarter. At Ballarat considering the small number at work, they must be doing a very good average, it is well known that only a small proportion of the Gold raised at Ballarat has ever been shown in the Escort returns, the road being shorter and safer, than that from 3Iount Alexander. The prospect of winter in town is not of the most cheering kind, with ill conditioned and badly lighted streets, and the host of felons we may count on, who will never submit to the toil and rigour of a winter digging, when the...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

B~awUiai~ In~r!~i r·.rt. CI.R:I D OUT. 1 Ir L e.-T.it nerrt , (Tonne 52 tons .T3 ihnion )III- ter. folr Srdnee.. Pe 1ýenllferT--- : Stexart C. J Dcnuys &Co., nReito. KXPOaTS. Per U1*prtv,-Sii cases and I bundle, A. R. Ieed atd Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

cTE.AI TO 31ELBOvR.N.IE, D ALY, S?UNASYS rExCPTED. ~IET S NEW STEA M ER VICTOBTA, ,T,;,ri' r'T.FAN, CoImmnder, W,] !lave tle Q-;een's Wlharf, Geel'ng, 'fr meIltournre, every afternoon, at One lo'cock. A\P. , ..i, Wharf, Me.ellourne, for Gee 0a, every morning at Eight o'clock,. RF A P Ir RA S I A, steamee, Wmi Si'nrter, commrander, having corn hlefd her repairs, nill lea.e Geelong, 'r Vellrxorre, every Monday, Wednes . tznd FJiday, at IN'ine o'clock. J. B. HRrroo & Co. Geelong. Agents. pril 10. 1852. fr.. T - LO ?oN, Tr;in, tJ creatfr part of Ater cargo .a rni7, rill meet writh quick des I Jatc,. repsrteh leinZ the objept, Wnol in cuantity will te 'taken at 'd. per lh. - TtlE :, I .Ihip " A 0 1 E," 1020 tons register, Franci' E?i'e com: ander. This m gjnitice' t ship is pfrfectly new, and Effers a first rate opportnn;ty to shirrers of Wool, Tallow, and Gold. Her accormnodations 'or passenrers are napaissed by any shi affloat. Persons tLout t I proceed to Fndland are in-ited I...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

MELBOURNE. ARRYVED. April 30.-Swan, brig, from Tanneston. Pas sengers: Messrs. Iforne, Tirethwaite, Andrews, Mtrs Stewart and 40 others. Frances. barlue, from Holart *Town. Pas Eengers : Messr. Burns, Evans, DeLaey, and 8 others. Mercury, brig, from Launceston. Pnasen -grs .-Captain Drry!en, Cape Tnllock, Messrs. Ainsworth and L bite, and forty-five others. Gold Seeker, schooner, from Hobart Town. Paseengers:--Mrs. Smith, tiss Mann, Messrs. S3iller, Vale, Flemini7, Morrow, Brleyr, Jones, Fox, Skerratt, Wil-on, and seventy-ou? others. CLFARBD 0o- . April 30.-Ann Dixon, brig, for Adelaide. P oa'engers-15. Enterprise, lirque, for Silney. Passengers- SIr Farmer and wife. Maid of Auckland, bariue, for Alelaide. No passengers. SAILED. Gem, for rlurcestnn. Henry FI.lwrd. for Lanceston. L?adIr l:rver, for Adelaide. P.ttler for Aielaiede. Qneen of Sheba, for Adelaide. Almlea fot Svdner. Jane, for Cireular HInd IMPORTS. Per Srwan--Gl5 Itags weast Alion and K ?ight 20 hags':otatoes, 3 ases jam...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

VrESSBLS IN GR6LnOG Ir.BOUL3 Ahl ertnn, hrque, 416 tons, J .Jmes, master, -I,.)} on for London; Dalgetty, Gore and Co., arelits. Ilrne:ia, inrne, W. Wilson, master, fromnLon don. \West.srth, RLss & Co. Commedore, Inrsne, 469 ton, A Broadfoot, mas ter, laill on for London. Jackson, Rte & Co., nagents. Gazelle, bri, 263 tons, fittin, ot. Jane and Elizabeth, schooner, 22 tons. laid np. L.illiar, schooner, 89 tons, dlvertised to sail for Sydney. Tihore, .pork%, & Co. agents. Lilerty, schooner, 52 tons, J Johnron, master, cleared for Sdney ; C. J. Dennys and Co., agents. M;ary and Ellen. American brigantine, 183 to.s, George I'Le?n, master, from Sydney. G. ILH. Clisma-, agent. Rienousn, barqne, 311 tons, W. Walker, master, loading for London. Straeban and Co., - agents. R~oeherry, hinrqc, 340 tons, J. Pearson, master, discharging her cargo from London. Strachan and Co., agents. Scotia, brigantine, 112 ions, laid np.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 3 May 1852

MARRIED. On the 1st of May, by the Rev. J. Lewis, Wes- leyan Minister, Robert, youngest son of the late John Shanklin, Esq., Merchant, Liverpool, Eng- land, to Maria Babara, eldest daughter of Alfred Ronalds, Esq., of this town.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, MAY4. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

TUESDAY, MAY 4. By I. G. Carr, at 1, Land in Yarra. street. THURSDAY, MAY 6. By O'Farrell and Sons at 12, Wheat and Flour. PRIDOY, MAY 7. By O'Farrell & Son, at 1, Hay. SATURDAY, MAY 8. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. By O'Farrell and Son, Clydesdale Entire MONDAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern. By O'Farrell and Sons, at 2, Steers. TUESDAY, MAY I1. By O'Farrell and Son, at 1. Hay. MONDAY, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Lots in Gee. long and Portarlington TUE DAY, MAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crich'on Estate. BIBLE SOCIETY. rTHE Annual Meeting of the above I Society will be holden at the Masonic Hall, on Wednesday, the 5th May, at half-past six o'clock. JAMElE G. CARR, Secretary. MEDICAL NOTICE. THE pressure of home practice will not enable Dr. Mingay Syder to visrr until further notice. May 1, 1852. [A CARD.] FROS UPPER STASIFORD STEET, LONDON, DR. MINGAY SYDER, bMoonRAsoor STREET, GEEtoNG. THEATRE ROYAL, GE.WNG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. Open E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

Boaiu!ono7 S'chool. THIE arrance,- ents for conductina th. Boninyong, Shnol being nowin very efficient state, an advantageou- op p..r!u ty is pre ented to patents wh. wai- t, o'tain a sound e,'ucatiou fo their children. TERM3S FOR 1SOARD. The terms for board for the childrer of shepherds, servants, and mechanics employed at their tr.des, Twe! e Pounds a-yea ; for the children of settle s tradesmen, and gold diggers, T,,ent) pounds a-year. SCHfOOr. FEES. No fee will he charged for the ilst ic tion of the hoarders who ate the children of shepherds, servants, or persons in in * dicent circumstances. In the case of all th-.rs. the fee will be f r Reading, 10s a quarter: for Reading and other branches 15s. a quaster. Ail fees most be paid in advarce, and for not less a pe ind than a quarter. The quarter da~r are the first days of Janu ary, April, July, and October. Those who enter during the currency of a quarter, will be required to pay for the whole of the quarter. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

(COPY.) OTICE is hereby given, that the P-rtnership arhic' hat lately sub subsisted betwe n the undersigned, a Surveos, Archite ts, Civil Engineers, ad Ld Agents, has this day been dis solved by mutnal consent. Allclaims, upon the late firm, up to the 1st of Ja nuary last, wil; be paid upon applica tion to Messrs Gregory and King, Soli itor, and all moniesdue to the said firm are r quested to be paid to tlessrs Gre gt'y and King, ,hose receipt will be a suflicient discharge. All subsequent claims will be met l y M1 J. L. Shaw, DateP the 2st day of April, 1852. ItHATELL GARRARD, JesEPti L. St?aw. Vitness-J. A. GREGORY. "~R. HATSELL 3. GARRARD, in returningthanks to his friends and the publ c for the liberal support he has received both before and during his late rretnership, bhgs to state that his busi -u'4, as Land Surveyor, &c, will be car ried on at his office, in the stores of eessnrs Lascelles and Dennys, in Corio street, too doors east of the Commercial lTotel. Geelong....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

WE are glad to findl that the :quatters of the weLtern diatrict have not lost any of their u.aiml ewnrgy, and that they are not digp s. t ,o '1i,! tlhir arms while there is wurk to Le done. The supply of la boar is the most vital question with them, and they have met to thank Cap tjao tanley Carr fir his efijrts in Eng land, and suggesting Portland and Bel fast as suitable po.t, fir the landing of immigrants. T!e meeting was held at the Koroite Iin, and was attended by the members for Portland and the Belfast ,roup of counties, as well as by halfa dozen magistrates and other influential parties. The objection may be raised by some that as the squatters do not contribute to the land fund, they have no right to seek a diversion of the stream of immi gration in their favour. But measures of national importance are not to be set tied in this 'arrow spirit. The question is, will the interest of the colony be pro moted by the copious introduction of labour into the ports of the extreme we...

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UNION MILL COMPANY. To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

UNION MILL COMPANY. To the Pu.lic. A most important question on the co-operative principle has been agitated b3 the Farmers, at a meeting on Saturday afternoon; and in reply to the often re peated question-what business has any other portion of the community to enter fere in it? I would on so vital a ques Lion venture, in as brief a manner as pos sible endeavour, to prove that the public have much to do with it: inasmuch as they are vitally interested in the farmers being encouraged to pursue their avoca tion, and that sound policy dictates the paramount necessity of enabling them (the farmers) to carry out their views of having a Union Mill, as affsrding them the only prospect of a fair remunera tion commensurate with the present times and future prospects of the colony. If therefore we want to encourage agriculture-if we want to prevent the en riching of other ports and foreigners for our supplies of grain : in short if we want to see any other traffic through our towns besides th...

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THE COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

Tnt' Co?Ur oF I?EQUESTS.-'Undoubtedl it is often a difficult thing for the Bench to come to a satisfactorv deeision on cases brought before them. Connter swearing of witnesses to facts at issue, and statements diametrically opposed to each other, are occurrences to be looked for at every sittin,; and a magistrate is more to be pitied than blamed, for having the task to adju dicate in any way between such turbulentsuitore. So far we will stand up in defence of the Magis trates, against all assailants. But defending their general conduct, by no means denotes an acquiescenee in their every decision; but on the contrary, because of the respect we owe them in general, we think it a duty to mark their short-comings and errors. In the case of Knox v. Gregory, reported in this das's issue, a claim was made for "board" of an articled clerk, bound to Mr. Gregory, Solicitor. The only point at issue, was the responsibility of Mr. Gregory. The plaintiff had given credit to the clerk with the con...

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