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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

?iy tn! Lnf. L rnN t. ARJIVEnD. .Mr- 4.--Nt Ihrowne .1?1ude, schoaner, 22 iRnd W. IL. J ime', master, from Melbourne. Carver anl l).dton, aento. CLEAsEn C5T. Jane and Elizbeth, schooner. 22 tons, 3!. ItRuell, master, for L?unceston. No passengers. Crver and Dalton, aents. S3ILYD. r.ilwrtr. for Scaln e. Janl and Elizabeth, for Launceston. Per Nut Browne "rdo-e-3 b0bgs flour, 2 rastes, Marne; 297 bags segar, 20chests and 14 half do te,. Soanston. Willis and Co; 6 trusses lha, [nniss; 4 tons iron, Harding; 7 tons salt, Ozanne. Per Jane and Elimzbeh-l horse, Williams.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

TG^ E To '11TXOIIRNE, DATLY S('D.\YS EXCF:PTFED. rIIE NFW STEAM ER TVCTOT iA, JTx )!'TL'AN, Co,:mnnder, will raZve ti e Qreeu's Wharf, Geelng for leilbonrne, every afternoon, at Onu o'clock. AND, Raleigh's Wharf, *Melbhnrne, for Gee lon_, every morning at Eight o'clock. r'E A PII RASI A, steamer, Wm I'tr.ter, commander, having com Slard her repairs, will lease Geelong, for \Yelhoorhe. every'i Monday. Wednes day, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. IB. H iTONS & Co. Geelong Agents. 1pr .l t0. 852. FOR LONDON, ring tlhe greater part of her cargo %,'#nqed, Cwill meet withi quick des patch. e;rtrch beinU the object, Wool in quantity will he taken at Md. per lb. THE At ship "EA GZ E," S 1020 tons register,. Francis o;ce c,,nimander. IIbis nagnifice' t ship is perfectly new, and offret a first rate opporinn ty to shirpersof Wool, Tallow, and Gold. Her accommodations for passengers are unsupassed by any shin aflnat. Persons at out t,' proceed to England are invited to inupect the cabli...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

SYDNEY. AnnrTsn.-April 23.-Mez 3errifiea, from Port Albert: L.ry Anne, from the Sonth Seas, 24 -H-nrieqnin, fron Geelona; Stmuel Enderbr, from Port Ros, knekl:lin In.Inls. 25.-Wan diere-, from Port Phiilip: Louis and Mirism, from Port Phillip. 2S.-Comet, from Nelson; Ann 3rary, from Port Albert. CLEAIED OCT.-Aprl 23 -PhoPeh, chnoner, fir lrelbonrne. 24.--.nger, for London; Woollark, for the So??h Se Fishery. 26. Margaret and Mary, for Melbourne. Emma, for Wielbourne. SAIL.K.-April 23.-Tinhlie of Northnm ber' i, for Lnndon ; Twins, for Geelon; Van qnlih, for lIolboarne. 24.-IL-pi, for San Franci?o vi.a N-wMstle: Phmbe, for Melbourne. 25 -Coqnette, for GCelong. WEDNESDAY IORNING, MAY 5, Is52.

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MELBOURNE. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 May 1852

3IELDAURNE. L.?.? D OUIT. MTsy 3.-I-Ho ly, ship, for London. No pas seners. ?snrel, schooner, for Adelaide, in ballast No passengers. Charlotte Jane, for Adelaide. Passenners Smashall and Pearson. Sea Belle, hrid , for Launceston. Passengers aMr ard Mrs sife, Messrs Richardson, Pidd, Bonnor, Warden. Miles, and Keith. Prince of ale, brio, f. r Sydney. In ballast. Passengers-- r and .Mrs Morri, )Taster and Hiss Merris, and twelve others. Ikrriette Xathbn, barque, for. Ifobart Town. rn ballast. P.sse::gers-Forth, Towaney, Donald, Doalin, and Foster. SAIT.EID. Enterprise, for Svdeer. Anna Dixon, for Adelaide. LxPonrs. Pe-r too?ilr-50o on gol, D.:lIty, Gore and C,. 1100 do, Walkerand Co; LfOda,h Grijlithbi F.mninand Co: 1500 do, Harris and Co; 822 do, lfnrphy: 193 Jo, Aleander: 930 do, Moore ; sOOdo, Highestt: 0o0 dn, Forbes; 105 do, Davis: I ease and table, T. and J. Bray. Per Charlotte Jane-100 tons eopper ore. Per Sea Belle-I bale bags, Westg-arth, Ross sad Co. -

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

(; ,:[.LONG. MIy 5 -D-.i:, hj.ii. 1.i tons, II. Smsom imatler', lrom. Hoh?ut Town. ,Lksingeý.c (ciau) --e:-1· s. K r., A. M'Gregor. anl J. M'Gregor, .iiss a.d Ma;st -r .ll:thr, and 23 in the steerage. Carver aid Dalton, at.euLsa. CLtEA 0 otr. May 5.-I.illiai, schooner, So ton% T. Hannah, master, for Je!bourne, in ha.llas. IMPORTS. Per D.rt : - SCM0 fit timber, 25,000 laths, 3.5,000 shinles 1,500 palings, 00 post and r.,is, 10 kegs ra.spherry vinegar, I piece .tone, 3. bushels app!e., 100 pcl-s I case cheee, 7 Cases boats, 3 tonsflmr, 80 pick handles, 150 luAhe!? oats, Carrer and D.lten ; 5 cases nionia SS bali tluar, 5 banrrs and "24 IoIs apples; 6 iht?s onions, 200 I-rreis andi 10 tons flour, 25 tins, 10 cask l; hain, 10 nests tabk, 4 boxes clocks, 5 do boxes, 50 Iarrels anti 48 tons flour, 4 iozei brtaonn-s 2 packages clairs, O-nler 9 e c.s wa?rtcIs, 3 do drapery, 2 biles slops, I do furnittlre. 10 buanlles clhairs, 2 casks cheese, 20 ,i sts tan,. I bnndllo weI ltr I eas. elocks, ...

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

STEAM T WO ,I, T'tLR, DAIL , s? ,C'iYS E "CP TED. .1 {I \ N ]" S T E A : E R t ICTOT'iA, -.T - "'24:lA, (C,r.ma nder, W;u hrav'e the Q:;enr s W!arf, Geel ng, for Meibourrne every afterrnoo:, at One o'clock. laleigh's Wharf, \Melbourre, for (ee o1n'1 ,very umrning at Eight o'clock. r-tE A PIfR ASI A, steame-, Wm Iu unter, comma'nder, having coun rieled her repairs, .ill lease Geelong, for !elbourne, every lMondav, \Ved:es day, and Fyiday, at Nine o'clock. J. . HcLO' S?, Co. Seelong Agents. Spr: 10to, 1852. FOR LONDON, Iioaritq the greater pairt of Trer cargo enyaiga. will ;nete w:itoL quick des patch. S eespatch Feirg the object, Wool in quantity will be taken at ;d. per lb. TIIR. AL ship E" EA.GL E," - 10'20 tons register, Francis Boace cmlnrtdt er. This nm-gnificert ship is perfectly neat, and ofers, a first rate opportan ty to shirpets of Wool; Tallow, and Gold. Her accotmmedations for.passegers are ansut passed by any shiat afloal .Persons about t' proceed to Entland are inirited...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS. April 28, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

FOREST CREEIK DIGGINGS. [FniwL IL . OWS COOB'ESLONDENT.7 April 28,1852. IN the ?.lvertiser of the 20th instant, . you agin urge on the EBecutire the, duty of re-modeling the mining rcgula ,, tils, which, framed hastily on the dis ce.ery of the extraordinary riches of . :!len point at Ballirat, are still in , fore ; this is a subject which must have :-i;-ted tbe attention of every thinking , peru i who has visited the gded fields, a ii.,jcct on which I have reflected, long an u.l earnestly, but have refrained from o;rJring any suggI.-tions for the establils rnt .,f a mere permcanent system, Le ' c:L.ý of the dificuty of rccueiling the ;interst of tie inoneyless man whose tl.ets -nm sinews are his only capital to 6 t.. riglt of one party occupying a large Str'ict of ground fur a Icugth of time. S.Your suggcetion that " the present regu Slatior.s sLould remain in force for those Swho !ike :hemr-but the oPT'ro should b e a?.loied of taking a lIrger space of "rounld en payment of license...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

'EELBOUIIRN V A.&aV V'D. S av 4.s --Charpon, brig, from Aelaid, t Pasarn, rs ?Mr Ottaw-ay, 3-iss Ottnway, Mrs Ploulianm, 3[r Hssel, 31r W ilson, r Itatmnsey, M:r Dilield. Mr Frmnabv and one hundred and sixti -one others. lI?e, schawner, from Ilobrt Town. Seven i tc'jnns.a-gr,. te Pilot. s ner, from "ohnrt Town. Pasen ,gers-Strs lInhleton, Messrs. Itans, Carr, Starr. ' .il;ke, Blonu, Lorett, Johns, Ifee, and twenty Sothers. :Margaret an'd Har, schooner, from Srdney. P.issengers-fr and Mrs Daris, Messrs John a..ston, Luca, Robinson, Bradley, Harden, Ro Serta, Trainor, Ltmuergan, liller, Sualivan, and - Smith. S.elbourne, blia, from ioihart Town. Passen ,grs--C-ptain Ro5b, Captain Alson. Captain lturmaon, 3Mr and Mrs D.ason, Mr IBoyes, Mr SWat on, and E?n- others. n 'quih, schooner, from Sydney. Passen gers -- lessa. TiL'embe and Baldock, and Stairty-one others. CLEnED oar. SCit of 3leioeurlne, stoeaer for LaneM ston. Passeneer,-3Mr Landl, 31r Ateeck, Iopkins, .Burnet, S.ar?od,...

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THE UNION MILL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

T'i Jsros MiLL CostAST.- -The initiatory ,teps towards the formation of the Union Mill Company have been taken with firmness and de eision, and the result promises to be satisfactory, not merely to the promoters and well-wishers of tlis undertaking, butto the public at large. A, we have already mentio'ed, not only is the share list filling up, but all the shares have been actu ally taken; andl the Committee are now in a po sition to ne?otiate for the ,nreclise of the Mills of Mr. Collinh as a number of gentlemen who take a anrn interest in the prosperity of this norel nadertaking, rvo garanteeJ the purchase money. There have been further inrestigations before the Melboarne Police Colrt, of individuals chargel with participation in the piracy of3gold on board the Nelson: -John Roberts nwas :brought up on remand, before the Disirict Court, Syesternla, car',el with being concerned in the robbery of the hip Nelson. William Jasman, late an able seaman on board the Xelson, deposed as foll...

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

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. The Proprietor, Dr. Clerk.?, Chibrell, preparin.a to leare' the Co!;oy. Lor 1. IIHE estat, of Windermere, near Point Henry. It hasone and a half mile frontage to the bay, is beautifully situated on a hill, commands a most extensive prospect, the land is superior and let to suhstantia! tenan:s, divided into farms of front 50 to 100 acres.whssct lease will espi-e in I~siee Tears from March next. One lot of 20 acres with good cottage, not under lease. LoT 3. The snhstantia!, w:vll-finished, two 'storied L.:oa-e, now inhal;ited hby ). Clerkre. It cont.ins tenu rooms, four of nhich measure 20 lert by 15. It is built on a hill and cn"mttnds an extensive and delizhtidl vie w. St,abl and coach l"use, rata: house, antd lawn 3} acres. LoT 5. Several small brick cottaxes in Albert lane. and 25 feet frontage to Corio-street, nearly opposite Mr. Commins's brewery. LoT 6. A paddock of 3 acres in chilwell. frontage to two streets, divided in lots to suit purchasers. A...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, 5th May, 1852. Before Captain Fyans and Captain Addis. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, 5th May, 1852. Before Captain Fyans and Captain Addis. Francis Boucher and James Norton were brought before the Bench for drunkenness; the former was fined 10s and the latter 5s. Before Captain Fyans, Captain Addis and Wm. Timms, Esq. CHARGE OF FAUID. George William Clarke, who had been re manded from time to time, on the charge of ob taming goods from Mr. Batten, under false pre tenees, was brought up before the Bench for final committal. TIho evidence the former examination bav ingbeen read over, Mr. Batten was again sworn and deposed-That at the time Clarke obtained tile goods from him, he did not mention how he was about to pay for them. He gave witness the chequne about four hours after purchasing the boots. The ooods were ordered by Clarke a week previous to their delivery ; they were delivered to him on the 16th April, and the cheque was given to him by the defendant on the samne day. Captain Addis called upon Clarke to make any statement he thought ...

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

ABS'TRAC UL OF SALES HY AUCIION T'luasny, MAY 6. By O'Farrell and Sun, at 12, Wheat and Flour By Carver and Dalton, at 12, merchan dise an I furniture By J. B. Hutton & Co., a' 1, steers. FarnuA MAY 7. By O'Farrell & Son, at 1, Hay. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, mer chandise. SATURnnDAY, MAY 8. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Clydesdale Entire, and, her horses. By Lasc-lles & Dennys, at I, barley, hay, &c. MONsAY, 3IaY IO. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons Tavern By O'Farrell and Son, at 2. Steers. TUESDAY, MAY It. By O'sarrell and Son, at I. Efay. HMINSAY, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, pat 1, Town Lots in Gee long and Portarlingtou TUEasAY, MIAr IS. By J. G, Carr, at 11, the Cric'on Estate TH/EATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. MRr Peering, Sole Lessee. The Last Ktght of the mutch admired Drama of MIASSANIELLO; OR, TIIE DUMIB GIRL OF PORTICI. The patrons of the Theatre are raspect. fully informed, that owing to The incle mency of t...

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

pENPDID OPPORTUNITY. rtiant to Lucky Gold Diers and others. tiT or NIN BRCK and WEA : h lt o?lEl) COTTAG:S e in the central part of the Town. Iftelm newly built.) To hedis ' y private co tract, separately I lile- -a the proprietor is about V tiIe c-)lony. ritte particulars, apply to the " GECistG SITrt, Pa?'i Broker, Union street, Geelong. Terms-easy ; part credit. eelonP, , gay 6h 1852. Torwn of Geelong. -OTICE is hireby given that Mr. George William Bayley has been ,,ed 1by theTownCoutci:l of Geelong I SXe or of Ilotes, for the Býller ne and ,n Wards, in the room of Mr. P. ata-resi" .u. WEeRE, Town Clerk. Ca Cr!ek's Office, Gmi;rrig, 5ih !aY, !8j2. (),,,SALE itl initmmdiate possession Siven, trd within three miles of ,,,pe. sintde at the Waurn chain of , 2 acres anrd 20 perches of L.and ,?,ped with substantal Yard for ilP. anl a good Bwelling- IHose I T.tle, one temove froin the Cply to John Callins, on the gou',or to COLLINS, At Newtown. S TEADERS. NOTICE. -illIEIrQualified Perso...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 May 1852

BIRTHS. May 3, at her residence, Brunswick-street Collingwood, Mrs. Daniel Harrison, of a Son. May 5, at her residence, Malop-street Geelong, Mrs. James Harrison, of a Daughter. MARRIED, On Tuesday, May 4th, 1852, by the Rev. Ben-   jamin Cuzens, Independent Minister of Geelong, Mr. Robert Mewkill, to Miss Phœbe Cuzens, both of this town.

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

"' ?: ~ 1:L0n 'ETEI{N DIST1?.T rT, Pa \usa MAt?ie IXSURANCIr OFFICE. p ; ONIY i re~adv to he advanced b3 S thhi c ,ompeny, secured by prniis s: y hi?;r. -it not excediinig six months daiC. andl depolsi oft deedrs to the vSILe Sf dalle the amount of thi suDn bur Sressed. o1? S. Ther.r, 311 Mananer. GEELONG W TESTERIR DTSTRIUCT. FIRE AND MARINE -l.ia ljished 1851. - CAPI-" L, £100,000 S );" D ieors. Enwtan Wll.uts, (Chairman) CIIraLrs J,)Fn Dan'rs CHiARL(S N&NTES SLans iIRmhoS SC.oaRC I T1,-o?js LLovn Peraurr;er, J'*'iX S!.rATII HILL. ,¢.! circr, J. A. GRFGDRV. .Ailrreer.s, C'1AIruTh & Sumw. i:.?nker, Tess R.?. or" Asraratasts. O~ice, 13, Eiizabe:h-street. 1fI 'IT~OUIIE B~RANCH, G. P. RALL . G. Poxtns. 4?nt W. PA. RucsKes. SSurreo nr Ress.:L ATD TIInois T!arine Aure 90r J3Fl K'LLINGALL rTPITS Cm nnpany ihas commenced oFpera SI ti:nc. and is prepaied to rece:ire Sar-p!icationr fr insurance, and to effect rhe s~me on libera! ter-ns. In aix in !ith eic? cle of premiums, h...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

., ADELAIJDK. A ~rrro-.-AFrif 24-Ani ict, Victor, Gzslle, - .- elboirn; lMarie, from Freemantle; Mar ,:iret Brock,' frrm ielbourno; Deborah, fromn '21·ena ; Wterwiteh, from MeIlurlne. FRIDA M5IORNING, MAY 7, 1852.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES RY AUCIION FRInAY MNAY 7. By O'FarrelI & Son, at 1, Hay. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, mer chandise. SATURDAY, MAV s. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Clydesdale Entire, and cher horses. By Lascelles & Dennys, at I, barley, hay, &c. MIONDAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern By O'Farrell and Son, at 2. Stper, Ry J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, Englavw ings and Books. TUESDAY, MAY I1. By O'Parrell and Son, at 1. Hay. By J. B. Huttoi and Co., at 11, Mere chandise. MONDAY, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Lots in Gee long and Portarlington TCESDAY, MAY 18. B:y J. G. Carr, at 11, the Cr;ch o Estate

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

Tir propriety of capital punishments I-appens t he the subject of dicusscion with th.e ?'elbourne papers just now, be cs.u.e there lappens to be a man in the jail under sentence of death. .The time fJr the diiscu.-ion is badly chosen, fir t.e ects of the special case acquire t m usch importance ard receire too much attention to admit of a clear perception of the gpneral question. The elitor ofa newspaper, re consider, steps beyond his vocation when he be *-xmucs tlCe counsnl for or against a crimi salI. Our viaws on the general question of capital puran.is ents, are peculiar, but simple and concise. The only alteration from the law as it at present stands, which we would rccommtnd, would be in giving the judge power at once to accede t, the jury's reci'mniend:tion to mercy e( that their silence on tha: .oint should be tantamiunt to an! expression of opi nion on their part that the accused was drserring of deatlh lVy this means the lc,!emn miekery of putting on the black cap, when ev...

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

STIFEATRE BOYAL, GEELONG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. Last Week but Two of the &eason. SELECT NIGHT. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL, On tichic occasion the Cwhlole of thle re ceipts witlhout anydeduction, will be a;propyriat.d bt Mr. Deering to autgnent the kFunds of thle above e.rcdllenlt institUtion. The Cooperation of the Public is earnestly requested. By. authority, and under the Especial Patronaye of the G.EELONG BENCH OF MAO AGISTRATES. • Admission to "he Boxes by Tickets only, of Which only n sufficient number to fill the boxes sill be issued. ON FRIDAY EVENING, 7Trn MAY, 'Ihe performance will cosmunence with the beautiful play, in five acts, by She ridan Kiowles, entitled THE HUNCHBACK laster Walter (" a worthy man, whose vord would pass on cha, ge soon ns his hood; a c' aritable man, the good he does that's told of, not the half,") Mr. Deerig. Sir Thomas Clifford (your father was a msnoof slentder means you were trained to v nowledge, industry, frugality, and honesty....

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POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY, 6TH MAY, 1852. BEFORE Caption Addis and Captain Fyans. BREACH OF WHARFAGE RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE. TnUESoAT, 6Tra 3rM , 1S52. BEFORa Captain Addis and Captain Frans. BREACU OF WHIARFAGE RU.ES. l3r. .'ohn Jackson, the timber merchant, was called upon to answer an information laid againkt him by constable Irving, the wharf constable, for breach of the Wharfage Act, in suffering timber to remain on the wharf contrary to that Act. Irving stated that lie first ol;ierved the timber on the 24th ultimo, andl had two or three times warned the defendant of the conseqnences of a0 lowing it to remain on the wharf so long. Mr. Jackson explained that he hIil done erery t'ing in his power to remove the timber, Lut hai been ,reatly impeded by the state of the weather andl the di'iicultv of obtaining labonr. Ilehuad been employed tl;e last threedars in removing it as fist as possible, but there "einm uopwaris of 200 loads, it required some time before the whole could be carted away. The magistrates considered that II days was amply suliicient time fir to hare h.ad thie wbole remove...

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