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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

CESSCLS r GEELSG BASInCO.g Ahherton, barque, 416 tons, loaded for Lor.doa ; Dal;.etty, Gore and Co., agents. Berni-ia, barqe, W. Wilson, master, from Lon dna. Testgarth, Ross & Co. Commodore, Ibarqne, 4G tons, A lroauldoot. mas ter, lail on for London. Jackson, Liet & Co., agents. Coquette, schdoner, j?nt arrined from Sydney. Dart, brig, 134 tons, ii. Snsom, master, from llobsrt Torn. Carter and Dlton, agents. Gazelle, bri, 265 tons, fitting oat. Hary and Elfen, American brigantine, IS3 fo-s, George 3'Lean, master, from Sydner. G. IL Clhistan, gent 3oscdito, schooner, 35 tons, C. S. Nicholson, master, from Hobart Town. George Board, agent. Renown, barque, 311 totns, .C Walker, master, loading far London. Strachan and Co., agents. Piseberry, harqre, 340 tons, J. Pearson, master, discharrin. hercargo from London. Strechan andl Co., agents. Seotia, hbrg ntine, 112 ions, Lid up. Twits, brigantine, 144 tons, J. G. Parker, mas ter, from Srdner. C. J. D.any and Co., agenos....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

TO THE PUBLIC. N the present difficulty of obtaining the services of the gentlemen en .red in the Auctioneering Department, th" undersigned has been induced, at the recommendation ofsome fiienis, to apply for a license to act in that capacity, and begs respectfully to solicit the sup port of those who may feel disposed to f' ur hiim with their comrmanids. His attention will be principally di rc ed 0 tothe sale of landed prop rty and stcck, so tihe sales of effects of parties leav in thle district, ndl hbinz prepared to make liberal advances on proper'y for unron;di ional sale. he hones y strict at tention to any lbusineso intrusted to Ilis care, to meri. a share of pub!ic patron ge T'. C. RinTlaE. Market Sqsare, 6Gh May, 1852. HUF Charity of a generous public is Searnestly olicited in behalfo' the ssidow and Orphan, of the late HENRY CKtt of Little Scotland, who has left awife and four children entirely unpro rided fir. except iyv the donations of the friends of the fatherless and w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

TfIIEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. OPEN EVERY IGIIT. L.Sr \WEEK BUT ONE. Yr Peerinz, Sole Lessee. THIS EVENING, 11trn MAY. V'il by presented the laughable farce of T. E SERJEA NT'S WEDDING. Favorite Song ... M 'c ilsoa. C?,uble Irish JiT......Mrs Hydes, and MrS- Stubbs. To be fullowed by the laughable Interlude of BOX V. COX. Descriptire Song, (The Demon of the Sea) ... Mr James. 'Comic Doett.... irs. Stu'bs, and 3ir Meadows. To conclu.'e with the Laughable F.rce OF L!.TE'S METAMO\IRPHORSES. On WEDNESDAY 12th aAY, 'lie entert inmnents will comru nce with Who's Your Friend: on, The Queensbeiry Fete. To be followed by the inimitable per form nces of the Louisiana Harmonists. The whole to conclude with the cele brated Comned of USED UP. PI.xes 4s; nit 2s. Doors open at half sest seven; performance commtinces at eight o'clock. J. P. HYDES, . Stage Manager. FOR HOBA RT TOWN, nrHE schooner MOSCHETO, will sail Son Thursday 13th inst. For freight or essage, apply to CAPrAIs NircnoLtox; on, G. BoAno....

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

(y.-------"-- IBS'TRRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TCESDAVY, MAY 11. S'Farrell and Sohn at 1. IHay. SG. Carr, at 1, Town Land. F tEDNEPSAY, MAY 12. S.ascelles & Dennys, at 12, Merchan SO'Frrell & Son, at 12, M3r. T. Aus tin's HorsPs. p RIDAY, MAY 11. B. t Httu" and Co., at II, Mer clianlois . l.~ 17. Ii J G. Carr, :t 1, Town Lots in Gee -on, and Tortarlington TruTsn.n , NfAY IS. j. JG. Carr, at II, the CrIclon Est3te Mos MAY 21 lc J, G. Carr, at 12, Houses and Land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. !:r,;::' :,rlt in Lur', Go!d Digerer an I others. 'lGilT or MINE BRICK and WEA T'I HER HA).AR'EI) COTrAG.l.S s: a!>, iei the central part of the T'own. (Sonie oth,,tem newly ! ilt.) To bhedis .osed of sy pr.vote c, tract, separately ci Ite whole--as the pro~lrietor is about hravi n the c'lhny. For tutther particulars, apply to the owsner. G EDEGE EMItIIrh Paw,: Hrro'er, Union-.sreet, Geelong. Terms-easy; part credit. Gee!ong, M3ay 6:h, 1852. UOR SALE BiY PRIVATE CONTRAUT. The Prolprietor, Dr. Clerke, Gkildll, preparinq to lear e te Co!ony. Lot 1. r HE estate of Wilndermer-, near Pint Henry. !t has one and a half mile frnntaJe to the bay, is beutirFully Ituated no a hi'l, conmmands a most rxtenrsie prospect, t':e land is nsuperir "ad let lo snblstanlial tenants, divided :into farms of from 50 to 100 acres, whoset -se will expire il three years from .iarch next. One lot of 20 acres with good cottage, not under lease. 1.+T 3. The snbstantial, wel-fieished, two ...

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THE ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

Tar iscoIr. -The return Pescrt t Grelana. hInlght tlh f,)llowingi, qllIalltiLiei of Mount Aler nader gold on Saturday last: 05Z. James Bligh .. .. .. 24 Sme .. .. .. . 12 Same .. .. .. .. 12 Chrle Wilson .. .. .. 20 oTln moss.. .. .. .. 30 J. Oglby .. .. .. .. 3 Samel ones .. .. .. 35 AleanderFfe .. .. .. 192 Henry Phamriade .. .. 6 Sampson and Ket .. .. 120 Same.. 4 J.S. Olfeli. .. .. .. 96 Thomas Odham .. .. .. 97 Elals and Tliompson .. .. 18 William Hawkins.. . 49 John Fimhlr .. .. .. 49 Ilichani lwSeld .. .... .. 36 Frederick Edward .. .. 24 931 To C nar.snorDEX s.-" Coo of the I ,CO0" is imaadimisible. We hare alreadv said enoagh aboat the condnct of the Commissioner in the caes referred to. Of rourse, if he ever mishe haves again, he will be handled aconling to his dterts. Tns STrcEEH.-As anticiltedl the street of tle town are not only tdan:eroa to pass thr-vnih after snnoet, frio tbo concentration of crime that has .rcnmanlated around n. hant also from tlie state the water ch...

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SUPREME COURT. Saturday, 8th May, 1852. CIVIL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Barry.) NEIL V. PETEES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

SUPREME COURT. S3ataurday, 8th 3May, 1852. Ciri Sirrriscs. (Before Ies Honor!Mr. Jfrtieo Barry.) 5EIr V. PETEta. 7Mr Forbs morved, on afiilvit of the defendant, for a pootponemenet of this trial, on aeanot of the absenee of William Marsh, Job Thrmpson, and Jhn [eGregior, three material witnvoese for the defence. His lionor po'tponed his deei~soo. BAGOr r. olanKR. Mfr Wrizon made an applicalion for the post panement of this trial, whaich w?s loloed to stand over till 3ooda3. CAnsnTWELL V. nORDaRus. The Attorney General and Mr. Wrixon app .]el for the plaintiff, End the Solicitor Generatlor the defendant. 3fr. Wrixon opened tihe pleolings by stating that the a.tioil was one of replevin, conaseqlent on thei defendant havin l evied on the gno. aon" chattels of the plaintiff. The .If.ensllant i?d avowed taking these good., on the ground rL.:l the srm of 601. ??s Jde to him for fiar montbhs' rent. The plkintilf Ibe declared thae tlhis avowry oeaght not to he mot-; lst, h.lenne heI dHi not...

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THE NELSON ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

TI?E NELSOx ROIIIIERY. John Roelnet wa s, Cnl :!tinl m , broreht up on rema?d 1efire Dr. Greeve, at the MIelbourne DitriCt Court, clharzel with bleing concerned in tile robbery of the ship Nelson. Mfr. Davis stated; that on the morning of the 2nd April, being ,.Ieep on a sofa in the cuddyof the 'ek-ou, two men wake hinm tp, and fintrs~t cci iinlCglhlim then were not in jiokec, by presenting a pistol at Ins head, made himn g~et up. after whith they asked tint for his braces, and re ceiving for answer Ithat he did noa wear nit. asid,. his handkerchief would do. Threy fondl his hantlkerehiefamonsr his cloth's, and whith it tied his hands bhehild him : they also ejiteind aon him a strict silence. At this t.a' there were a great ninny armed men in thie ruddy, some of nhom were diso-liael, andti a prtiol of the Nelson's creew cere broutl:t in Ihv them. all honnd. Among the latter eas the witness Jasmans. Mlr. Jothn Stephen, to' the prnotoner, said lie was prepared to prove, byr eompetent ...

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WARNING To the Farmers of Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

WAIINIYG To the Eormers of Geelong. Onrs, for all, permit me to arn youL who feel dlesirns to suppcrt your oail class~ from a con tinoance of thalt odious monopoly to whieh yean havero so long aol so patiently osubmilted, and the eontilnlnee of ?wh?ich mnost I eqenivarlentto a losis of £10,000 a-year, that an under enerent is at work to soupersede, and hinder, if Issib!le, the comletion of my Inrglin with Mir. Collins for his Mill. I[hesit~te not to state, thlat I believe, from neat i have heBod, tloa some of our ?weaold be generous ad influentihl men are busil ant work with Mr. Collins; ('ho Imrnst say has so -ir as I am coneenrred, asele mot correctly thronugh thile proceeings) moy I therefore, re quest yoe will, witlhout delay, unite in mekirn op the first p imenst by Thursdy next, so that oall manmariug mray be crushed in Ihe bod. Shonldl this opportunity be lot, ito will be v.in for anoy rman to attenmpt to promote the intere-ts of eny elass. iih these remarks for your in forma...

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AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE. Tuor-mu the following is mainly appli cable to the agriculture of New South Wales, there is nuch in it that may be of use to the agriculturists of Victoria, especially in these gold-digging times when it is so important that Australian agriculture should be stimulated. The pursuit of agriculture has never been a favourite one in this colony. This has arisen, not as some would have it, from any scarcity of arable land, buh from the greater profit, and, conse quently. greater attraction to capitalists, of other avocation-pastoral and com mercial. The occasional droughts, too, and the heavy losses which thev some times entail upon the agriculturist, deter many from entering upon this branch of industry. There are few of the class designed emphatically "the farmers" in Eng land. The anriculturists of Australi are. for the most part, either gentlemen who carry on a little farming as an ad junct to other pursuits, or of persons cultivating small portions of land, e...

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POLICE OFFICE. Monday, 10th May, 1852. Before his Worship the Mayor and J. F. Strachan, Esq. SHOP LIFTING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Mondaya b0th 3May, I05. Before his \Worship tile Myor and J. F. Strehan, Esq. 5OP LtFTiSOG. Two reectahlr dresosl youn men of the names of Joihn Tlorpe and George Bowen were placee lteore the Bench, charLned by Mr. Thoma., the chemnist, with robhbing him of certain pro perte, consisting of combs, sei3itz powders, &e, &0, 3on S.ta.al3v a1t From the evitlence of ITr Thomas, it appeaored that the two men entered is ihopl in the 3Lrket S•lnare on ~SaItu-day afternoon, for the ostenhible pnurpoao of pnrclhasing go?lds. Whilst he was enployale attendi ng npon other cuslomers, he oh served a comb and pot of Cirrausian cream in Thorpes coat pocket. Knowinathat he had not purehasal from him anything of the sort, he ac esetu Thorpe of sao?-lifting. ISorew inter cealed on his behalf, ant a sentle ensuang, even tuallv Thorpe was given in charge. Br the remuo-examination of this witneso by r.' hrIrooad, it further appeareld that Thore pgehlnsed goods to the amount ...

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TO THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF VICTORIA. Per favour of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

TO T'LE EXECUTrvi~ COULNCIL OF VICTORIA. Per farour of the G6lony Adrerdiscr anwd fntelligencir. "Dimidiamn facti,qui capit, habet. Sapere ande; incipe'." HR. In our letter of the 5th inst. we called upon you to modify in some way or other the present most unsuitable, defective, and losing system adopted at the gold mines, whichb, applicable only in the first instance as an experiment, and to meet the exigencies of the moment, has been continued until now, though notoriously at variance with the well-being of the community. That we may not be ac cused justly of being querulous and cap tious; and of finu:ng fault without con sideration, we submit the following plan as an approximation to something better for reorganizing, or improving the sys tem. We propose 1. That the whole of the digging grounds should oe accurately surveyed, and drafts of a mile square be produced, in which gullies, creeks, and other pe enliarities in formation should be de scribed. 2. That when these are put int...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

~Ir 11. -.aey, el:ttr, I tons, R J 31 Miller, o'.;',,r. "-.- lfelbo::re. . Yte' 9Aicii, cllhoa!ar, 92 ton', 'P r Henncwsey, r·'r. 13-som LIaucoston . 2 lussancgrs. G. . ,:m, ,ent. !wy 10.- nCape Hore, habrnlne, from ,idney. Cl.lr.RD CT. 3;,y 10.--Tlerli?ia, hurlne. 54S ton.. .T Wil sa, master. Fir Melionrne. 'ith part if ori~dinal crr: from Lononn. Westgartli, Rnss anl Co., n5'It. Andrmmacle, bnrqe, 4*g.tono, 31 Patssmare ;a;.ete, for l.ndon ris .Melbourne. .o passen gers. 1V. Ti.nmmi saets. IUl."aTS. Psr l.ner-19S carses Genera, 2 eaes eigara, SN.snLs: I0 eheits and 20 half chieto. to-, S:n:stn. \ilason and Co.: 4 casks, Board; I cms; Harnlin: 8 c.stks, Marne; 20 boxes, [Iohnes. " " " [loissn. Pyr.taler Witch--o bap flur, Dalgety, Gose and Ca: i00.,n. We?turrth, Rlons andil Co?; IC o da, 98 ditto mnot. 136 !n bran, 12 Inbs hitter Thoroe,.Slk~as and ('n: 100 bags bran. 125 do cnts,'4000 I lingo, 50soen apples, 8 halem has, hoard; 5!i00 paling, Dooglass: I ase tin ware, ordnler; 1 ba...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

.iSTEr TO dELBOURNE, DAILY, e ND.?'S EXCEFrED. ?,Il P N w- STEAMER ¶Ci 0,lVICTORIA, ,Toer N'Tlrys, Commander, ,11 lfeave the Qceen's tr-harf, Geelcng, fir Melriborne, every afternoon, at One o'lclck. AND, laleieh's Wharf, Melblnrne, for Gee lio:. ei'r.y moroinf at Eight o'clock. 11, A P Ii RtST A, srtenme-, Wm !!nlter, commander Ihiiri cornm lerr?tiher repairs, swill lea?e (eelrnfig, for iliho'rne, every M,,ondii . Weones cav, and Frid.y, at Nine o'clock. J. II. ITTro S; Co. G-eelong Agents. AprlI to, 185." ,STEA1 TO -SYD.EY. R nIlarly .Twice- ? Month ITJE Auslralasian" Stearm Navigation a Companya'ssteam shs, . . SHAMROCK and WARA.-TAH, Will leave Sydneyfor Melisuirne, via. 'tofsld I:ay, on ih- Ist and tSlh Mayp, and after making the ussl trip to Laun ceson, swillreturn to Sydney via Trso fold :ay, eon or aLourthe fO:h May and S5:L June. Tncx.?s AB.R?nr, Agent. .Tellrrnrne. lot tray, I852. -, FOR LONDON, fscin the vireater pierrof Aer cargo e~,nrcied, ill meet ~itls q~rick dJcs De ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

We are .advocates for Free Trade W'n, n tliese colonies, is not? But some peo pl" !iave extraoriiuary ideas of what Free Trade is. The Argns, a short time ago, imal:ired it to consist in taking from the fatr:';:r tn give to the metchant-robbing ,', prorlcer to bonus the importer Ia':!ng on market rates and taking off h-Irlhor ,lacs. The so-called Free Traulers of E'nzglnd imagined the principle to eo?i?-t in re.nining all tie special bnr ,',*,s on land, anl removing all obstacles in tbc way of manufacturers ni;d fo re. g ,ris. It never occurred to them that ttl:i t;.r eiq ;d?:'iatien of taxes on arable Ii:.I '.* 1 aitl. cMiils hlr,;d have been . pl- c' in tec free-trade mo-e m,.Int. T! ' "i-.nei,' trin, IVl:ve nome *ra, n loti..ni ,.u "~l'e Trade. With *;Cu,' tie pF'ra:o ':catis, freedom to rthemsel-e in fo?jrien countries, and ex i: ,'siu e f fr'elc.-rsi fra:m America. The * --.: - isi tr.n iporis oiadinnitation with . j *' -d ."sttc of commercial po liev,'" and positive!?y reconmm...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

3IELIlOUPt,.' :May S.-T.iii_, icfil-on*r.fromn GIcnz. I I'. s!l, )sc oio nrm ir. fr Sln. Pasin.-ers : -Iran.l mrs S.alnlomo and f=.nilr. M1r. Benjamin a:,i Sin. Mrs Donald, Me.srs Elliott, Sutton, a.d twsenr-f~or otiers. 1DI Jain, schooner, from S vlnev. Passea r-r--(rcbta). Mr L(rrett, Sir Taller. i'l;aIt snwl Elizaleth, schooner, from Ade a.:t'. rsiengers-3le<s elilsson, 3aples, :Dina. Iri., fron SYdner. Passeners (cbsii, .l3IrTs C.aliill, Sitmpson, 3'ay, Caneron Fraser and -0 others. Cr.I?=A t e-r. fr S.-Tom Tonghi, -eooner, fr A-lelaide. In hai?lst. leLtngers-3p3lrs. Hardeatie, r i'?r. Scott, Gray anl wifi,, Messrs 3Ioller, Cc:i, thrsI. IBas&ing:hsaisrio, and ninety-two tl-loil, mrquae, for SJyney. In ba',isL No p ;Fa er=. i?.Odrit P.cke, bItiqi, for Holiart Town. a-';.:?:rs--,l-I.in), MI-ars. Be-amiis, 'or re. iiill, P.ling, Cikterai, and eighteen jther . jus :trn. StInrD. H'r.-;, for tamihur!h. Ile-s"i,. fir Linneeston. Soa Uird, for [.uanceton. Clzi.re.I Pa...

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HORRIBLE MURDER, AND CAPTURE OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

HORRIBLE MURDER, AND CAPTURE OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER. (From the erald.) One of the most barbarous murders which ever disgraced the annals of Victoria was committed at a late hour on Friday night, in the neighbour- hood of the Lady of the Lake Inn, on the road to the Deep Creek. From enquiries we have made, it appears that the unfortunate victim, William Morgan, carrier, residing at Kyneton, where he had a wife and family, left Melbourne oh Thursday afternoon with a load for the digging and several passen-   gers. He was accompanied by a man named Pilcock, who drove another team, and was also   proceeding to the diggings. The unfortunate man had received about £15 from his passengers,   and it is believed had been paid upwards of £20 more for the conveyance of stores. On Friday evening the drays encamped at a section near the Lady of the Lake, about eleven miles from town. Several other drays were in the neighbourhood, and on the opposite side ...

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TESTIMONIAL TO HENRY SMITH, ESQ, INSPECTOR OF THE BALLARAT DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 May 1852

TESTIMON[AIA TO HErNRIY SilTiT, rSQ, INSPEfLOR OF TilE B.LLARAT DIG GLNGS St,--We, the unler?-~.id, l-' ialea to fender onr Ieat wishles for rour welfare, Ife. ring vyu are habout to) pmoeel to an aIjarent c?lony, vi, YTh Ijimen's Lntd, to visit -er fomily, &e. We, tlhe diggers! genanl, 'wih yen a pleasant and prospsmeus voyage; ale, a s?eeha retnra to reseme roar detie as Invpectorof the Diggig,?? Ikl!nrat. it o, the diggers geeralmly, have felt since vou Sir, have hal the cotrol, everveonalencc. eou harve ,erformed aour dutith rih the stridet I ialrtin dity, arfanity, an] kindness; cease haventlF, hre aot only giren the rganest setids fctio,, bat eased yoau to stad in the highest esteem of the Ballarat ,liggers ly the fol!oaing Ie aceeptlile, is the wish of the sut!lerilrs : £ s. d. Tllnrnt Storo ., 0 00 -irv'y itehell ., I 0 0 1'aulGCceh .,. 2 0 0 t'ntick tiley ., I 0 0 .1.'r .b-d?owsrn ., t 0 0 ,J.nmv, Stt ., 0 10 0 I.ate Pridnn, .. 10 0 William Sielair .. 5 0 Jhill Arno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 May 1852

SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. Imp:ora:;t to Lurk? God Diqigers and others. a ITPor NINE BRICK and WEA TIHER BOARDED COTTAGIES for salt, in the central part of the Town. .Sme of them newly built.) To bedis posed of by private co tract, separately o: the whol~e-as the proprietor is about ]eavin. the colony. For luither particulars, apply to the owner. GEORfG SUl;rir, Parn Broker, Union street, Geeloni. Terms-easy;'part credit. Geelong, .ray 6th, 1S52. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRAUT. Aoe Proprietor, Dr. Clerke, Clilkesl preyarinq to leare thle Colony. Lor 1. ' RE estate of Windermere, near Point Henry. It hasone andahalf mile frontage to the hay, is beautifully situated on a hill, commands a most extersive prnspect, t!e land is superior and let to substantial tenants, divided into farms of from 50 to 100 acres, srhoset lease will expire in three years from Marrh next. One lot of 20 acres with good cottage, not under lease. Lor 3. The suhstantia!, well-finished, two storied hon e, now inhabited b...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 May 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. Br way of Sydney, English intelligence h-s been rceircd, dating to the 14th df Jaiuary. The fullowing are ex tmrats: TuI Queen and Royal Family were well. Parli:tneut would meet as usual inthe fir.t week of Febritry. The French ILevolution seems to have prMouce no perceptible effect upon the rest of Euri-pe. Peopl3 are getting used tu the ebutlitions of French fickleness. The worst f such a national disposition is, that no one can tell when it may take a dlngnroun direction. Accordingly, the miitirar and n:iaal leaders of LEgland are pistting their defences in order. The WUig Ministery iias held toge ther for one twelvemonutt after it was virtually defunct Its final dissolution is a question of days and hours. It is easier to predict the time of its e'tite tion, than to tell wh'-t airt of a mixeI minustry will succeed to thie management of state afairs. Tha-t it will be a mixed m;i:istjry is certain, for the very suffic"ent reasoa that none of E'ie old recoguised f.eti...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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