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INTER-COLONIAL STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

RITER-COLONIAL STEA3[ NAVIGATIO,.' A meeting ofperso.ns desirous for the establis: t ment of steam communication between Hobar Town an Melbourne was held in Hobart rown on 3lo,'lyV evening, April 26, for the purpose of taking into consideration the best means of ac complisoing theobject. The meetingcommenced by T. D. Chapman, Esq, 31.L.C., being called to the chair. The Chairman urged the adoption of large steam vessels of high power, to be employed in the trade between Van Diemen's Land and Pert Phillip ; and his views were enforced by various speakers. iMr. Westgarth, on a visit to Hobart Town, was well received by the meeting; and expressed s?rprise, that so many as 6000 persons huad left Van Diemen's Land- for Victors; from that passenger tracde alone, a large annual profit would be derired, as well as from the freight of the merchandise the passengers would carry with them, Resolutions were passed, to carry out the o - jects of the meeting.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. AUCTIONEERS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

COU6Lr OF PETTY SESSIONS. .UCTIONEERS LICENSES. The applications of tr. Thomas Cosby Riddle; also, that of Mr Augustus Frederick Dennyc; as well as Mr. Thomas Allen Lascelles, for Auc tioneers' General Licenses, were granted to each of these gentlemen.

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A CAUTION TO MERCHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

A CAUrtroN o 3ICIrANTS.rs-The following letter dated from London, Sep tember last, appears in the Swan River papers:-" Sir,-In the event of a vessel called the Victoria, of London, 338 tons register, arriving in your port, we shall be glad if you would give publicity to this letter, in order that the merchants or tradesmen may not be swindled out of their property by having any business con nections with the individuals to whom we shall presently allude, as representing himself as owner of the above vessel. The person's name as described in the certi ficate of registry, is Aaron Henry Herne, alias Aarons, alias Anderson. A re turned convict, by fraudulent means, has obtained possession of the above vessel, and a large quantity of goods, consisting of paints, stationery, wine, furniture, pianos, &c. He has also mortgaged his interest in the vessel to a gentleman named Russel, but who neglected to en dorse the s:ime on the certificate of re gistry. Our Mr. Sweet having thirty ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

lSbIALh UOISthI ;UUULM. Yesterday a Court of Iequests was opened for the ndiudication in cases nlder £10. MIr. Strachae , Captain Addis, andi Mr. Thorno were on the Bench. JBENJIAMI LEVIES V. BEAIIASNIS 1EID. This was an action to recover diames for an alleged tresspass committed by the defendant's cattle and poultry, in the market-garden be longing to Mr. Levien. The damage was laid at £10, but the plaintiff averred that he had sustained injury by the trespassing of defen dant's cattle to a ciiniderably greater amount. Mordicai Jennings, bein sworn,stated that h had an several oceasions been called upon by Mr. Levien to repair his fence, which had as often been broken down by Rld's cattle. He also no ticed that considerable damag had been done, on several occasions, to the plaiitiff'a growing crop hv defendant's live stock. Thie defendant denied that his cattle had never gained admission to plaintiffs property, except ing by the gate way; on which occasions Mr. Levien was more to b...

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AUSTRALIAN EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

AUSTRALIAN EMIGRATION. (From the Liverpool "Albion," Dec.20.) CAPTAIN STANLEY CARR, who, previous to the intestime troubles of 1848 and 1849, had long been known in Germany as an eminent agriculturist and stock holder, has just returned from Port Phillip, to which place, in consequence of the events we allude to, lie has been induced to transfer his capital and en terprise. During an absence of eighteen months, Captain Carr has travelled over most of the Australian colonies, and we are told has become possessed of exten sive sheep and cattle stations in the district of Portland Bay, upon which a number of Germans, whom he had pre viously taken out, are now comfortably located. One of the objects of Captain Carr's present visit is, we understand, to secure a supply of labour sufficient to fill the places of those persons who deserted pastoral and other pursuits for the gold fields in New South Wales, whither hundreds are stated to have been hurrying with an eagerness which no inducem...

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POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 3rd May, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 3rd May, 1852. Before Hi Wor\hip the lfavor, Captain Addis, and J. F. Strachan. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Francis Willis was brought before the Bench, charged with nuing obscena language in the public streets, on Sunday lat. lie was fined forty sLillings, or one month's imprisonment. LARCE?r. Ann Furlong, who stood remanded fir stealing a pair of boots oult of Mr Lloy-d'. kitchen, on W\edneiday last, wad brought upagasn for further examinitlioll. The prisoner having before denied the theft, .nd having referred to Mrs Wilkins as the party from whom she Ihd 1itcely purchased the boots, that person was called upon to state whether such was the coa or not. 3Mrs Wilkins deposed that for the last three weeks no boots had been sold from her premises rec·mbling the ones before the Court. The prisoner was fully committed to take her trial at the next Criminal Sessions, and parties bound over to prosecute. OBSCENE LASG7AGE. William Sturt was charged with making use of obscene l...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

~, jtpp 3if +it!f£ .fnEcS CI'ri.ONG. AnnireD. ""Rar 3.--V:I TrsoIp, .uesooner, 32 tons, F. rhi ta, n ,strer, from 3Iel~ urnme. 31:,v 3.-S.phi:d, schooner, 42 tons, E Flinn, nm-:. r, from 3elbounme. 31.4y 3.-Helen, schooner, 40 tons, J. Gibson, ma'trr, from L.aunneestn. lMay 3.-Twine, lbigantine, J. G. Parker, fron Sydney 23rd April. InPORTKS. Per Van Tromp.--S e.-na gin, 3 half-tiere?s to?alecco, 14 cases brandy, 10 cas?k herrings, 2 casrs preserves, 4 rases, barrel, Stevens: 12 logsheals hmndv, 13 ditto rum, 26 casks w:ine, Nantrs; 4 hloo'ledls hb:an:d, pine wine, White ; cask wi i.nes: 30l.0 bags wu'nr, Swaneton, Willis & Cs.: 5 h.?e,.s tin, Ahhey : 5 hundles and Eale leather, Smith & Kirk; 3 cases, Wilmon. Per S.,,phi..-Tranhillpp et .Tames Aler alder fotrn Lendt n: l2 pIwkages, 28 sanl stones, 45 casti beer, I packaes, 10 :esses, 39 ditto !icklrc, 5 keg, n:i!;. 78 caser pickles, 18 barrels re:a, cane, Order. Shiped at l Mel bournr'; 26 r e;c, Thorne, Sparks &...

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

STEAXI TO 3!EL11OUIRNE, DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. i 18E N WEW STEAMER VICTORTA, .Tons Nl'LFAN, Commander, Will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geelong, for qe ;bourne, every afternoon, at One oclock. AND, Raleigh's Wharf, Vielbonrre, for Gee long, every morning at Eight o'clock. ll AP I? RASI A, steameW. Wm Hunnter, commander, haviig com rleted lher repairs, will lease Geelong, fir Melbourne, every Mocday. Wednea ?y, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. Hsrrox & Co. Geelong Agents. tpril 10, 1852. FOR LONDON, farin9 the reater part of her cargo alewced, will meet witlh quick des ;atch. f".atch being the object, Wool in quantity will be taken at ;d. per lb. THE Al shin "A EA GLE," I, C20 tons register, Francis Boace comn ander. This mognifice.t ship is perfectly neav, asd offe's a first rate opportonity to shirrers of Woot, Tallow, and Gold. Her ccnmmodal ions for nassengers are unsu'passed by any shin afloat. Persons shouttn proceed to Enuland are invited to inspect the cab;ns. Visito...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

! OAI',T IOW.X. AaRnIvr. -Aplril 24. Z'phltr, frimn Geelong; John Soucl:y, f-ol;,m the JLui.ius. 25. Ama rnnth, Inm L.onmin, ; Circassi;;, froin Victoria. 27. Glinl..i, bmI.o"d"0. SALED.-April 24. DUve, fir Ielbourne. 25. MIirndal, bI;r Plrt Albert, 213. Pilot, for M5l bhnro ; Anile. fir thLi .imiritia s ILL.b-U A. ildiNING, MAY 4., 1i52.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 4 May 1852

MELBOURNE. AtRrrIV. Mayr .-City of Melbourne, steamer; from Lann;eeton. Pa:sentrers-Major Firebrace and lady; Lieutenant Thompson, Captain Cofley, Cap trin Ogilhy, Metsrs Browne, Groomr, Sullivan, Gilhert, Warhurton, Hilt, Mraray, Carfrne, Wil liams, Mr and Mrs Jnbb, Mr and Sirs Stevens and fauilr, and o:ne hundred others. Emn,- scheoner, from Circular Head. Pas senger, cabin--3Mr Smith. Ariel, schooner, from Launreslon. Passen gers-3lr Williams and thirty others. Helen, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers Mr and 3rs Stanwas, 3essrs Purchase, New cambe, James, Stanway, bill, Hay, Meyers, 3lor risen, ald Wilson. Sea Witch, schooner, from Lanneeston. Pas engero-~S rs Prvde, 3fessrs Flood, Martin, Blake, Hortie, ani sixty-three others. Swordfish, schooner, from Fnobrt Toawn. Pds seners-3fe srs Howanl, D)e La Hunt, Brown, Douglss, Creswell, Bowden, Stenhouse, Wilson, Cleary, Espie, Rot-ers, Shelverton, Smith, Captain Ellis, Captain Carder, and sixty others. Nautilus, baurqe. from Luocesto...

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

DIED, At Geelong, from dysentery, on Friday last, Louis Alexander Forbes, son of the Rev. L. Forbes, of Morayshire, Scotland, late Lieu- tenant in Her Majesty's 40th Regiment, aged 29 years.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

THE legal maxim is, that he that acts by another acts by himself; and there fore an attorney is held to be responsible to his client for the adequate and due performance of the business entrusted to him. It is a rare case, however, for a client to sue his attorney for unskilful ness or neglect in the prosecution of any specific suit. A case of this kind oc carred in the Melbourne Court of Re qaests last week. It seems that in the year 1851, a Mr M'Bean had a claim against Messrs. Kerr and Neil, and had employed Mr Chambers as his attorney. An action had been brought, which in dme time came before a jury, and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff, with thirty three pounds damages; and an execution hbai been issued at the suit of the plaintiff. Thne defendaints resided some distance fro M3elbourne, and an application was made to the .Judrg, who directed the issue of a Sheriffs warrant for the pur pose of enfrcing the execution. Armed with this warrant, the plaintiff, accom panied by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

ABSTERACT OPFSALES BY AUCIO-. THURasnD, MAY 6. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Wheat and Flour. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, mercha0. dise. Cy J. B. Hutton & Co., a" 1, steers. PRIDAY, MAY 7. 0 Ry O'Farrell & Son, at 1, Hay. By J. Hutton & Co., at 12, merchandise, S.TURDAY, M.AY 8. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. Ay O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Clydesdale Entire, and other horses. By Lascelles & at 1, barley, hay, &c. MONDAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemas0o' Tavern. By O'Farrell and Sons, at 2, Steers. TUESD.AY, MAY 11. By O'Farrell and Son, at I. Fay. MONDAY, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, 1,t 1, Town Lots in Gee. long and Portarlington TUE'DAY, MAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crichona Estate. BIBLE SOCIETY. TPlIE Annual fMeeting of the above Society will be holden at the !fasonic Hall, on Wednesday, the 5th May, at half-past six o'clock. JAMiE S G. CARR, Secretary. THEA TE ROYAL, GEELONG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee, Open Every Evening. THIS EVE...

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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

SI:N TliT . I SAW AT TilE DIGGINGS. No. IV. 31.- is a cooking animal ; if the definition he IronMZ I hare nothing to do with it-it is none 6if mine. If a man I? so, I can only say that .luring ?eren m.nths exrerience at the Dig-in-'s I hlrdly foun I one indivridla wh. did not run counter to !ii nlature, and yet a n.king animal i4 an inoior.Pa'.blol in a dii'.rr' Ipartv. Poor felh.7 i lis ol'tie is a tna?nlless one-if the .dari I erI hb-l, the bef ovr-h.ailed , tl.e mut= toln r.,) mu-ll or too liitle done, or the "B illy" wri' . *!. rei,,h j:st nt ii, pr'ci inoment, woe Le Co'e Colip'. The il',gr with opnn koirv: .e:--,,: . Ir, 6, 're Isi Il' his o he retl rl.s !.. a4 nrer turnal pale at the ighlt of nIy i!.mnper in: tl:e coionv, and miak':: a clran CrP'p Illro'l'h so;nme tixty ,lre.s cfdamper , a:!;r 0's s tl:n: for a filoGr to eat, voa Dirty tD[it" C, ! Wrlhat a concent.ra-tn of irrita l.s - *" rr--ion-how many hIi.ie boiled rve ! .:.r : th pithet. SNO Pe i-; v.;:. - r . . . A is i...

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TOO MUCH GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

TGO MUCH GOVER1NOR A LoNuoN paper, devoted to colonial interests, in an article under the above title, says, the Colonial Department (our remarks :appl to no one Colonial Minis ter in:ore than another) may be btingy in its distribution of justice to the colonies, stingy in its courtesies, but one thing it must be admitted to shower upon them with a lavish hand, and that is--salaried officials. If the prosperity of the colo nies depended upon having abundance of these commodities manufactured in Downing-street, and sent out to them, they would be flourishing indeed. Ijovernors, in particular, are conferred upon the colonies with a profusion un iualled. unless 1b that with which th French Government deals out crossesf the Legion of Honour to all kints ac classes of IImen. New Zealand, whatever cause of plaint it may have in other r ect. cannot say that it has been put ur short allowance of Governors. A furt night ago it had two, and now it lla, three. Lieutenant-Colonel Wnyvard (the m...

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THE TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

Ton Tors Corcnt met yester la ifternoon and sat from 3 till 7. Oup report is kept over till to-morrow. Ton Unito Z irLE Copsrsr.-We understand the share list is tilling op satisfactorily. A meeting of the Committee will be held to-day at 2 o'clock, and a public meeting of intending sharehblders at 4 o'clock, at the Royal Oak, when we hare no doabt the Company will be finally established. Ifonsz r-St.aor.-This nefarious practice is again rife in Geelon : as well as Melbourne, oan latterly the thieves have not confined their ope rationo to the miubiling or workinr ulanses, but seem to have a predisposition to visit our olfieial functionaries. Last week Capt. Lonudale lost a very valuable animal, which was an old favorite with his family. lThe ruoges having taken the pony from the pddocek, and a bridle and oadlle out of the stable. YesterdaJy evening Capt Aldis had to complain of mcch such another in eldent, the thieves having visitel his paddock. and helped themselves to a valuable ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

At a" m5nhg of persos tfavourmbh oI thep eW~nhshmennt of a Steam Navigation n('npany, held at the Coiun il Chaibers, on Friiday March 5th, 1S52, PuCAva HlOYrt, ESQ.,IN TIHE CIu.\., The followingProsprrctns was adopted: PROSPECTUS OF THE G.EELONG STEA IM XA VIGA 'i Toy COMPA:NY. SCAPrrraL £o50.00L. In 2(00 Shares of £25 each. rT~,IH small nr l"er of Steam Vessels S .t ,.,eent plying on the waters of Port Phiilip I'e ne insdeqnP'e to the wan a of the fp lic, and sore or these vessel ideing inefficient and defective, an anamtntation of the steam marine of the colonv is considered desirable. The daily increase of traffic and large ii'flx of norilat on also require an ex tension of ste5ln c nmmunication betweeen our port. and those ,f the neighhonring coloni's. Fully sensible of the advan tages of such ex ension, it must be appa rent to the residents of Geelong, and those who take an interest in her pros perity, that th-y are not only exclni'ed from a full participation in these bene fit...

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POLICE OFFICE. Tuesday, May 4th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Taesdly, May 4th, 1852. Before HisWorshi. the Mayor, James F. Strachan Esq, and Cant:tin Fvanc. OtOSCrrv LANGUAGE. Edward S:ovens was charged with using ob seneh la.-euan in Yarra-street, on the after noon of Ti.siar last. It appeared Iv the evidence of the constahle who napert tde l him, that the man, who was a waonan b..loni~n to the Iillias, was using very gro?s lai:unage to a bh) whonm he had in corn pony. When rem.nt!l ted with by the Police Offier, instead ofd: sistiog, he directed his o - serva:ions in the most obicene and disgusting manner towards him. Captain Fvans oh;ervel that it seemed to him to he of 'very little use fining such charac ters-the evil aipearedl to him to be rather on the increase than otherwise. Hle was ftied forty shillings or one mouth's imprisonment. CInU.anO or IIIotGntirt ROnnERt. John Piilet, who stool remanded fr co!n mittinga hihwa, robbery upon one John Pick ering, way astir brought up before the Bench for fiJai dispo-al. There bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

GOLD. ,. . . HUT TON & Co., YARRA STRE"F, RR ,Aents tf r the sale of GOLD, A either by public auction or private 560 contract.50 GOLD AGENTS!! -,TTliS & SON vuarantee to procure :he highest price for the Diggers. At their Ronns. Queen-street. oppo site the Union RBnk. s ** All hours of the day. 186 GOLD. HF.E undersigned will give the highest TL market price for Gold. WxV. Whng. Corio-street. GOLD. HE nndersigned -s a Casts ptrcha-e of sy quantity, faom a quar er as an on ce upwards. Twoi .as TOWLE, ( heapside Hou?e. r 8er 27, 1851. 176 GOLD. rlE undersigned will purchase or make cash -dvances on gold. SW.XisTOs, WItr..t? & Co. A fetcf fsie specimens wanted. iOL, WOOL AND TALLOW ri HE Undersigned is a purchaser of Colonial produce, or will m ke cash advances thereon, consigned to his Corresponden' in London. ALEXANDER VILSON, Flinders Street, West of Elizabeth Street, 3Melhourne. ENGLISH BARLEY. TlE undersigned is a pu-chaser of I good samples of English Barl...

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SUPREME COURT. Monday, May 3rd, 1852. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. MYERS V. HEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

SUPREME CGnUlt1. Monday, Mar 3rd, 1852. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. MYERS V. EATlr. The A'ttonev General stated the case for the plaintif The netion was brought to recover the oam of £51 3- 9.the amount of a bill ofexchlan_-e drawn by tlhe plaintiff and accepted by the de fendant. The defendant had pleaded that he had nor .ucepted the bill, and the question for the Jury to de, ide was merely whether the acceptance was in the handwriting of the defendant. His Honor informed the jury that as the action was undefended, it was their duty to determine what interest they would award to the plaintiff. They had the power to allow at the rate of 12 per cent, and although plaintiff could only claim 8, they could give the former amount if they thought proper. The jur returned a verdict for the plaintiff, to the a on.n of the hill, and 12 per cent., interest, making a total of £32 Os 9d. THE SAME V. THI SAME. This was an action brought under precisely similar ci·eumstanc...

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