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

aI l, ..,,- ..e.o -.cn --.t.rtno, aDout hit lands hilzh, white ttjr in the forehead, Ionn ban ; a! Ibranl,'d on the near shonider HA. If stolen, the ai-re reardn will be pdid on onviction of tile thiefrr V imn,' or £5 for the delivery of he mare to WrnLLxaOnira at Mr. Donelly's, Joiners' Armn Inn, Co-rio-sitr, I loin, or to the undersigned.-HeraEr MIICRHEU, L. G-elonn. LOST,-A Dark Bay Horse, brandei on the near shoalder J W, from Mir. Poprni'i. o. 7. "Bush Inn," Coro-street. A Reward of Two Po ri will be paid on tile deliery of the Horse at the "U. tun." or at Ir. Ca?nPn.i p,. on the Wimmorm. F UUND A TtA Yl.-Onr ~Sanday, i.e 15th February, two inOres of the followin.: id Feription were left fastened to the fpce of ie un : s{icnfiJ, near the Oid Race-Cnulrie; tliP are prurOý.n !: hare brrcn stolen, and lelt tlire hr the thilievo bWtn 101 i"'"nlM it X Uflth' Acat T HE pressure of home practice will not enable Dr. M5ingay Sy 'er li VISIT BEYOND TE TOWN uint il further olice IMooraboo...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRIAL OF LOUISA FERRES, AT HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

TRfAL OF LOUISA FERRES, AT HOBART TOWN. onui-s Ferres-A-.Linst this prisoner the in dietmen t contained two chlarges; the first was for assulting anid woundin.J .'.n Tirnbull, with intent to, r:unler him ; the second with t lh in tent. to do hii sonwe -riev-mI hIily harmi. The prisoner pleaded " Not Guilty " The ''ilicitor-Gen.cral oplned the case briellY and called 3Jr.. oliI Turnbiull who hein sworn deposed On the 2nd April hlst, he wa' in the servie, and residedl with .?r. G. W. Walker; was his only assistant; on tlh niI-ht of the same day, Is rQ tired to rest at about a quarter pist ten o'clock; i eiild of Mr. Walker's slept in the smeo room on another bel ; I first went to the bedside of the little hly. lifted him up and shook him, as he had expressed a wish in the morning to be awoke when I came to bed; half an hour after I liad antered the morn I put out the light and got inlto bel, but f.ancing 1 heard a noise near me I put my hand out under the bed and couvinced myself that...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

G!F:rI.ON(;. CLAIr:.: o17T. l3iy 6.-- H.!a, cvl?oer. 40 tons, John Gib son, master, for L.uincston. In l bla.t. No pas.'ners. G. oarnl, agent. Mny 6. - Splhi, schoxner, * mas, E. 11. FliIn, for MelAourne. SAILrD. M.Iy 6.-Helen, fo- IannPeslon. .X rRTS. I'Per Sophlia-52 c-,fli tallow

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

TF.?. TO 31EL1BOURNE, DAILX, suNDAYS EXCEPTED. r N' T.W S TEAMER VI[CTOI UA, T,1vr )ILT,'A., C'?nmander, -l lr.ve the Queen's Wharf, Grelerg, fr ,'elo urnxe, every afternoou, at One oclc'. AND, Rlcich's Wharf, Methonrre, frr see S, evefry mortitng at Eight o'clock. r. A PHT RASI A, steamer, Wm 'un:ter, comnmader, having corn , hIrr rep?irs, wrill leaie Ceelung, t, V\etmre, every ,!Mondnr, Wedes by, aUdt.iday, at Nine o'cnlock. J . I !, H Tros & Co. Geelong Agents. Zr·'l l&. IS5"). Mif TO SYDNEY. riedlarly Twice a Monlith. In Aunsltra!sian Steam Navigation Co,,pan's steam shi(Ss, hAMW)ROCK and WARATAI, Will I leave Sydney for Melbeonrne, via Tworoild i?'V on h. tIst and 151h .iary, :,d after n.aking the us'al trip to LAnn istsn, will return to Sydnev via Two f?lJ " 3, on or about the 20th May and atJune. Tunas s AnaaDRw, Agent e:lb.mnrne, Ist May, IS5Ž. FOIR LONDON, - Hariqn the qreater part of Aer carqo e~caqed, eill meet with quickL des 1atch. respat!rch teing the o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

SYDNEY CLeaRED rT' -Senator, fur London. Don iuan, f.r M!rlt.:rne. ' Mlanoro, for Wellinston. IIHrlthin',. ro. 31elbuane. Frederick GriffithL , fier G;ee.?nn. SAILn..--J.Tt ByRrne, for San Frandcio. Wojxidrk,- fir the Sinith Sea FisLeries. Cope lorn, fir Melboulue and Geelong. Diana, for Melbourne.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

I1ELBOURNE. ayr 5~--Shamroe?, s:esmer, from Svydneyr. ravneners-endi--Laly DswlinitrMr and tMra llnker, C~altlin Gilmore, Mrs 3li?insell childl, ani se; nr, J3Iss Hnardnl, Messrs Sterry, COl li, lornlden. Larnloc, Lloyd, Craig, Webbh. M-are, Cetta, LaIBl, Reisner, DIay, and 106 others. Jolh,, schooner, from Launceston, vio River Forth. Ilasheme, ship, from Adaelide. l'asengera lrs Corr, Mrs Giddings, Mrs hitehend, Miss W'litehead,-Mrs tos, 3Mesrs tfories, D.ais, Crners:, Drummond, BOdham, Capt. Whitehead andt l0 others. Rienz. ship, from Adelaide. Passenert ?.Mr ani, Mrs Cla.ke, Mrs Slonto, Messrs Monte fire, G?rl.all, 'hilli~m It aker, Dr MPDoniald, Mn Bllnnon, MIrs iker, and 140 others. Froo Trader, schdooner, front HIobart Town. Passengers--3Iessrs Belvi, Faerey, .Toones, Pat terson, Miller, Roberts, Hewett, Mountain, Frost, White, Moatthews, Birlchnrdl,and 57 others. EnclyptuS, schnoiser, fromn Hoalrt Town. Passenners lMrs Smith and danuhter, Mrs La hamn, Mist Laiam, Mlrs Cllham...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

: ~ ~ ~~ ~ji· rrnrun fi ; .·r'~c ,L I.L·:,' ' i I'''' luc ll aLtzrnnI nucui; . Lit ,t white qartr, emt.addiog a sparllet of told, has workdl a ,reater rhln .e is a few sort months, than p:litic coald I:have dose in half a century. It hs revolu.iouised h.t,i s and l?an ae andl madle monore n-id c?nq.'est of mnt than ever Islsnmismnl did. Gold is the new fith : fet, if any, doubt its ellir,'y. From the East: and fromnt the West, from the North and fron the Smh, flfck its devotees. No ned no?ew, of P'eter the Hermit to ronosethe dortnat enoruv efm an: he piltrinises to the "Sicred LMount" with aot unqueeoclhable eetiituiksm.' *Emigr-tion firt, migrtion aftrtrwardrs: we are real bidnls of pasosge, fr-i! Otr longest Cta eounted hby moutht-we Hock tcgether--flit as the seasons cthang,--and have no abiling plaoe.' ' Aind ard followed by hirdtd of prey. Look enor at thiot black vulture, crossing tle creek: Imndul sholndlered and hal leadled he reks no thing: of herculeant strength, he works...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 May 1852

MARRIED. At Geelong, on Friday last, the 30th April by the Rev. P. Lewis, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Tho-   mas Townsend of the Wimmera District to Eliza youngest daughter of Mr. George Gain, of Mu- rumbidgee, New South Wales. DIED. On Thursday 6th instant, at Evans-street, South Geelong, of low fever; Peter, fourth son of   the late James Murdoch, M.D., of Craigon, Van Diemen's Land, in the 24th year of his age. The friends of the late Mr. P. Murdoch are invited to attend his funeral ; the proession will remove from the residence of Mr. G.Robert-   son, Fyans-street, at 3 o'clock p.m. precisely.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

ro TIlE PBUJfC. Sthe present difficulty of obtaining he services of the grentlemen en Sin the Actioneeriný Department, uid dersitned has been induced, at the the n ndation ofsome friends, to apply enilcense to act in t' at capacity, fo{ e respectfully to solicit the sup S those who may feel disposed to rti Iim ,with their eommands. f' Sr haention will be principally di id to the sale of larded prop rty and rock, also the sales of effects of parties eain the district, and bhein prepared S eak liberal advances on proper y for acondi ional sale. he hopes y strict at taetiol to any businss intrusted to his care, to merit a share of public patron age. r'. . R nrm. Miarket Square, 6th tIay, 1852. E Cha of a enerous public is arnestly olicited in behalf of the gfdow and Orphan of the late IHENRY Qid ofd Little Scotland, who has left QUaif÷ and four children entirely unpro jided for, except by the donations of the fiends of the fatherless and widow. Suhscrip'ions will b- thankfully re Sbred...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

FOR HOBART TOWN DIRECT.Z - THE fine fast sailing brig, EK-- TH DART, Will sail on Wednesday next has first rate accommodation for Pas sengers. For Freight or Passage, Apply to, , CAPT. SkLxsox, or, to CAn.VE & DAuTO. THEATBE ROYAL, GELONrG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. MONDAY EVENLNG, 10r MAY. MR. SHEARCItOFT'S BENEFIT. Mr. Shearcroft has the honor to an nounce, that his Benefit is fixed for the above Evening, when he trusts the kind patronage of his friends and the public will be accorded. ON MONDAY EVENING, 7rn MAY, The performance will commence with Shakspeare's sablime Tragedy, in fire acts, of HAMLET. Clkudius .Mr James Polonius ...... r Webster Laertes...Mr Hydes Horatio........Mr J cobs HAMILET....R....MR SHEARCROFT (His first appearance in that Character.) Rosencrantz. .Mr Hasker Guildenstern ..... Mr Sargent Bernardo..3rr Meadows Osrick........... .rs Stnbbs Marcellns...Mr Riley Francisco..... 3Mr Wilson Friar. .Mr Caleb First Actor..Mr Howe Second Actor... .r Serle Fir...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WILLIAMSTOWN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

WILLIA3MS'OWN REGATTA. Tus following is an abridgment of the report in the Argus:-Notwithstanding that Thursday morning broke raw, cold, and cheerless, a consi derable number of persons found their way down to the wharfs to take steamer to Williamstown, to see the regatta. The Vesta and Gipsy took down large freights, but the Aphrasia, though advertised to go, was taken off the station. Other steamers followed in the course of the day, so that when the sport was at its height, there was a very good display of company on the pier, and on the parade at Williamstown, to witnes it. The appearance of the B:y from the jetty pre sented a very animated scene, every one of the numerous fleet lying on its waters, from the ketch of thirty tons, to the first-class merchantmen of 1500 diplaying its gayest colours, and the boats which were about to contend, bending new sails, greasing rowlocks, and taking each all the usual precautions to make quito sure of winning. There was one drawback to the ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPREME COURT. Thursday, 6th May, 1852. (Before the full Counrt.) ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

SUP'REMI COURT. Thursday, 6th May, 1852. (Before the fiull Court.) ECCLOSIASTICAL JUliSDICTIOS. Iw Tnc Goms or Jose O'Sueja., De cE.sFE.-o-rLtters ofadminiitration weregranted to Sarah O'Shea, widow of the Ide-need. [. rTe WILL OF Ion H?nIILnT, LIATT OF G(Ler.L?o.-Probate of the will was granted to Thom:s Powell and Alexan der 3['Larty, the two exenutore appointed hy the testator. IT. Th?e GODS Of It ILLAt FrtIIctrT, LITr or Gear.oc,.-Letters of amlninitration were granted to HaIu~r h Fitehett, widow of the de ceeaed. Ts ilAxco. O'GInA v. M'L.eetc.--l ia Honor the Chief Justice delivered julgment in this case. The demurrer argued last week, was allowed, and juldgment given for the defenldnt. 3?'Lines v. HIcrse.-This was an action of trespass, in which the plaintiff ?eight to reeoor danages, in consequence of the defendant having driven against his (plaintilPs) carriage, and in. flietel severe injuries on several members of his family. A demurrer was argued in Chambers, and the Chief...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

ABSTRACI'OF SALES BY AUCTIIO SATURDAY, MAY 8. Ry J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Clydesdale Entire, and oher horses. By Carve, and Dalton, at 12, Flour. MONDAY, MAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons' Tavern, Town Land, &c. . By Lacelles and Denays, at 12, Pine Boards. By O'Farrell and Son, at 2, Steers. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, Engrav ings and Books. TUESDAY, 31AY 11. By O'Farrell and Son, at I. Hay. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 11, Aler, chandise. WEDNEEsnD, MAY 12. By Lascelles & Dennys, at I, Sferchann dise. &c. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Mr. T. Aus, tin's Horses. MosnDA, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Lots in Gee. long and Portarliagton. TUESDAY, MAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crichlon Estate

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

1 ~En. Lou Alnunloa, 5 ha'f tirrmea 'toioer, 20 5 rm. hI, uttr :tt, S .na , 2 jrlkt, 7 bale+, and I 0100 1"°"iuh alltd Cubit free gootia hipltd at Ge Sorign

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

WISE AND SPIRIT .11P.RCIANTS.-tlle I Hlowltn prsons have registered their name s as ine and tplrit Merchants since the publication of the la-t list. llelbourne:-William Iarrison, Elizahlth street. Geelong :-Peter M3it i, Daniel Carr, James Teraack, John Noble, James3 Batten and Co. A correspondent of the Empire, who expa tiates in glowing terms on the scenery, natural advantage, and so forth of Victoria, gives a very lispar.iian- account of the " moral aspects" of our gold fields. lie says:-" tass over her roads, and as yo go along admiring her lovely scenery, try if you can distingnish anything but the Van Diemene's Land convict depicted in the countenance of those you meet-enter;the Black Forest, formerlr the retreat of the beniighted bushm in, now lined here and there with tents and gmnras-the rendezvousof the footpad, the rob her and the murderer. Pursue your track up wards, and yon arrive at a public houe, lwhat Cobbett would justly call a "dei of ruhbers" follon down Sawyer's ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

9E.rfol-tIE. May 6-Mary Ste o.urt, schorer, from Sydlney. Pa,'ne rsi -cbi: 3b and Mrs Draper, 31es.rs Lenchlm,O'XNiell, tnroe, Cherry, Kelsill, Smith Irowne, and 5 others. Hawk, schooner, from Adelaide. No passen fers CLEARFin CUT. lMon 6-D phne, schooner, for Adelaide. 19 Lolte, hrie, fir Adelaide. In hollsit. Passengers-Chrleu So.no-, lirowhurt, Road, Jones, Wid?iualts, Edwards, Cox, D.iibell, and Williams. SA!L:D. Anne. for Adelaide Ch-trlotte Jane. for Adelaide3 Red Rover, for Portla?n Soa Pwlle, for Lnrcear!oa •I. Loett, for 5ihi:ev itPORTS. Per Mary Stewart-9 bundles frving pan-, 2 caeh inmot, 6 -a? clhe.ee, 3 cr.ies clthing, 20 ncksn bran, 29 half-sacks nats, 4 carts, 2dhahs, 6 ca es rcihele,5 co-ns Irapery. 26 packaees fry ir,? ?lua, 2 calks tinware, 10 casks holloware, 191 bolts cantns, 70 tobs fih, 4 cases do, 4 cases ottons, 3 cases tam :rindls. 4 cases drapqer, 2 ,one, 24 coils nape, 2 ke.g6 nails, 5 hundles uck ets, 5 eases Inoit, 5 cases confectionery, 3 ca-es drapery,...

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TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

Tows Coenctt.-The quarterly meeting of the Toen Council will be held on MIond.ay next, at twelve F'clock, when the following iu?inens will be disposed of :-1. To consider and order on petition fromn tl,e Lasnee of the Corporation Slaughtering Establishment, praying for an in crease of the charges for slanghterni cattle, f&e., (pestponed from 17th February ultime.) 2. To consider and order on fixing the table of rates and fares to be clhar;?l by the Licensed Carters and Porters, in nccord.?ane with the pro visions of Bye-Law No. 4. 3. To consider and order on report from the Public Works Com mittee, recommending repairs to certain streets ii the town. 4. To cohider and order on pcti tion from certain inhlhitants of Little Malop street East, pr.'yng for repairs to that street. T5. To priceeeel in terms of .tandig onlrder, No. 46, in requiring paynment of the penalty thereby imposed on the membl;rs of Council, who were not in attendance at the meeting, hell on 4th May instant, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

SYDXMT. AIRtrFn-April 26-- ory O(I'ore, barque, from Neweastle. Adventure, from Melbourne. Spartan, barinu, from Janila. Clara, from 31e bourne. CLEvarD Ocr.-April 27-Zptland, ship, flr C:llen Cipe florn, bartn?l, for Melboarne and GýIelong. 3Jesie Brrne, barque, for San Fran cri.o. Diana, for I\elliorne. 28. Gnies, ship, for Landon. Chieftain, for Guam. Star,fortho South Sea Fisherv. SAI-ED.-Ai'ril 27. M3ar1 ret and arry, for 3felbnmre. Rtnger, for Lnndon. Waterlilr, for iolmnr Town Emma, for Melbourne. Wood. .rk, or the Sath Sea Filhertr. Diana,for 3el hnumnp. Cape Horn, for Melbourne and Geelong. Je,.ic Byrne, for San Francisco. Exports fron 3aniha to Australia, i 30 res Pl-s, in 1S51: uznr, 173,299 pieuls; crarrs, S12,0"0; c fifr, 3 61; eon!rp, 2606 ; lats, 9400; molasses, 8o0 gallonn: arrowroot, S40 pienls. Glmn?,ratire export of .noar to Australia: 1845, 151,467 pienl 1846, 11.784; 1847, 173,300; 1849, 103.000; 1849, 97,4S2; 1850,143,496; 1851, 173,299.-Mianil Price Current, S...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, 7TH MAY, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

POLICE O6FICE. FatnDA, 7Tr 31Y, 1852. BEFoae Captain Iann, and IWilliam Timmn, Esq. John Donnovan, accused of drankennres the preceding day, and being admitted to bail, thloight proper to inlulge again to excess, was fined 20s, or a week's imnprisonment. William Johnson, was fined five ehillings for the same olfrece. OBSCEEc LANSnUAGE. Joseph Groves, stood charged with using ob scene language in Yarra-street, on Thursday afternoon. Groves admitted that he was so much intoxicated as to he totally ignorant of the charge laid against hlm. He was fined 40J, or one month's imprisonmelt. THEV. POLIcE Foace. We find that the police force has been slowly vet progressively augmenting at a steady pace lately. 'ITere are now upon the eithetive strength of the estaalilhment, one Chief Gmst blhe, four serjeants, and twenty-one petty con stables.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

Tur squatters are at last to have their leases issued, and their term is to be datel from the beginning of the present year. Presuming that the leases will contain provisoes and reservations, sufficiently comprehensive to protect the interests of the public against any contingencies of a prejudicial nature likely to arise during the currency of the leases, we heartily rejoice that so important a branch of colo nial industry has been placed on a satis factory footing; and we hope that an equal amount of consideration will be speedily bestowed upon the hitherto ne gle-tel branch of industry-agriculture. The leases will no doubt contain spe cial clauses rendered necessary by the new circumstances arising from the occupa tion of crown lands by gold-seekers; and we trust that no attempt will be made by the government to restrain the digging population through the medium of the squatters - thus setting lass against class, in order that an indolent government may shift responsibility off i...

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