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

His Excellency the Lieutenant-Go vernor was to have prorogued the Legis lative Council yesterday. Recollecting the official hindrances thrown in our way at the beginning of the Session, which rendered our efforts to give news by express nugatory, we made no arrangements on the present occasion, and we do not think that the delay of His Excellency's speech for a day will he any serious loss to our readers. The session of Council has closed with the passing of the Bill for the prevention and punishment of unauthorised mining on crown lands. We do not think that the Bill should have been allowed to pass; not altogether because we disapprove of its provisions, but because the measure is crude and incomplete, and must prove inefficient. The only excnse which the faithful representatives of the people can offer for supinely yielding to the requirements of the Executive is. that they were tired and jaded, and had no inclination to pro long the Session. We cannot admit the excuse to be vali...

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

CALIFORNIA. BorTA?IaL kaD GEOLOGICtL RESEARCIIES il CALnoas LL- We yesterday announced the arrival in this city of C. A. Shelton, Esq., who has devoted more time and expended more money in scientific pursuits in Galifornia than any other man in it. It is true that Colonel Fremant and others have made geographical, geological, and other scientific explorations in this State, but they hare done so under the pa tronage and pay of Government, as a general thing. 3Mr Shelton, for the last year has devoted his whole time, energies, and personal resources, to the sunject of agriculture, horticulture, bota nical and geological research and study. His labhonrs have been most assidunnos and untiring, and he has exhlhited a perseveranceand energy in the pursuit of his favourite studies, botany and geology, hardly equalled by any man on our continent. Alone, on foot, he has travelled our vast plains, penetrated the recesses of the range of mountains on our eastern bonn dary, and endured hardshi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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DAILY ROSTER OF THE ATTENDANCE OF MAGISTRATES AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

AI'LY I.OSTER OF THE ArTE.N??.u-'; or MAGISTRATEH AT THE POLICE )F;ICE, GEETOSN;.-.31,nday -Hlis Wornhip the Mayor, and J. F. Strachan, Esq. Tuzes day the Police Magistrate, ndl C. N. 'Thorne, Esq. Wednesday-the Iolice Magistrate, and E. Willis, Esq. Thurs lay-E. B. Addis, Esq., and A. Thom son, Efeq. Friday-the Police 3ngis trnte, and W. Timnms, Esvi. Saturday His Worship the Mayor, and J. G. 1M'Millan, Esq. THE Es~:oRT Fa.Oi B.ALLARAT is not, as the IIPraid 1.i us to believe, discon tinued. It arrived last night, but with a very small quant'ty for Geelong con jignces. The following are the quanti ties :-William Marrett 17 ounces; Henry Soutl, 17 ounces; Johuson Car son, 1G onaccs; John Leonard, 16 ounces.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

StVAN RIIVER Trn astounding intelligence from Port Phillip, respcctin. the Gold discoveries in the Geelong district, and which will be found fully detailed in nother column, will no doubt be read with consi derable interest. What effect these remarkable occurrences will have upon the neighboring calooica remains to be proved, at present all is couleur de rose, but it is pretty evident alreuly things are beginning to be turned topsy-turrce in 3telbourne and Geelong, and notwithstanding the apparent prosperity to result from the ahun= lance of the precious metal, we much fear that in its pursuit, the more vital interest's of the pro vince must suffer. Indeed, when we find every other pursuit abandoned for the one all-absorbing mania, we are inclined to think that bat little of the gold will stick to the gatherer's ingers, bat will vanish in payment of those necessaries, which ther are too absorbed themselves to produce, and therefore must depend upon other countries. If it wire only t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CONTRIBUTIONS FROM HOME. London, September 3, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

CONTYRIBUTIONS FRO II O3ME. (From the London Correspondent of the Sydney Herald.) London, September 3, 1S51. Tire town, as well as "the City," has been startled during the last few days with the accounts which have reached us of the gold discoveries in the Bathurst country; and the publicity which was given to the subject by a "leader" in the Times has led people generally to conclude that nothing less than another California has been discovered in the mountainous regions of Australia. Even the habitually cautious and incredulous look forward with interest to the next arrivals from your quarter Assuming that there is some colour for the prevail ing idea that an Australian "gold country" has been discovered, the mer cantile interests connected with your colo nies view the matter very variously. Some, with the vulgar instinct which al ways associates gold with wealth, are con gratula'ing themselves on the prospect of a" good thing" for the colonies, and all connected with them. Others...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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DONCASTER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

DOXCASTER RACES. The St. Leger Stakes of 25 sovs. each, for three-year-olds. 120 subs. Mr Nichol's Newminster......... 1 | Sir J. IIawley's Aphrodite... 2 Sir R. Balkeley's Hookem Snivr vy ............. ........... 3 )Ir Oliver's Sir Rowland Trench ard ............................... 4

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1852. STOPPING OF ISLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

LEGISLA'TIVE COUNCIL. MosaVD, JAsu.ln 5, 1852. nTOPPAGE OF I SLASD MAILF. Mfr. SPLATT moved : I. That in the present unparalleled crisis in the history of the colony, this Council has learnt with feelings of apprehension nnd alarm that the Exnctive Govenmcent has refused to continue the following Mnils, fronm and after the 31t Jeeemiber, 1851, viz: 1. Kfilmre to Mailen', Pint, by tray of 2. Kvneton to Sran Ilill, hy way of Mount .ll'rander, i. Cola and Part Fairy, by way of Tim boon and Warr.amtLool. 4. Wtrdly YFlrlick and Elephant Brilge. 5, Port Fairy rand the Grange, by 3fount G. Warnamhool and Port Fairy, by way of Woodford. 7. Port Fairy to Fiery Creek, by way of M3uston's C~reek. 1. That in the oninion of this Council the sudden stoppage of any established Mail line without amlde notice to the publie, would even in ordinary times prove most injurious to the best interest of the colony, and the Executive Government would uln der such circumstances lay themselves open to much an...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LORD STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

LoRD SrTAN?EY.-The London co=res pondent of a Lancashire paper says : ' I see that young Lord Stanley, the member for Lynn Regis, is about to start for the East Indies on a tour of observation The year before last he visited the West Indies, with a view to make himself more thoroughly conversant with that branch of the edlonial question than he could have done by a mere dry perusal of blue books. His visit to Tnulia is, no doubt, planned with a similar pur pose. From all that I can hear, the Earl of Derby is using the most deter mined efforts to prepare for a great struggle at the next general cleetion. His aim will then be to return his eldest son for South Lancashire if possible, with a view to the appointment of the young man (he is only twenty-six) as a seec tary for the 'colonies in the new con servative cabinet, of which the Earl of Derby proposes to be the head. This is the scheme laid down by the Stanley party ; and, if cotton shonld continue cheap, which implies good trade,...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

VAN JIEMIEN'S LAND. Tus GOLD OF T.ssnAtstI.-- e are favoured by Mr Boecher, of the Hagler Estate, with a stock of wheat pulled indiscriminately from a field of 200 acres, which is just blooming, nul contains forty-three foil corned ears ; the straw is more than six feet six inches high, and we unl derstand that it Is a fair specimen of the present growth of wheat, now standing in various patches in the same vicinity, contaiining, altogeher, several hundred of acres. From information communicated to us from various quarters, it seems that in no former season have the crops generally been so promising ; the ftrmers have before them brilliant prospects, if they can ma nage to house their grain : long beforo another harvest eon be secured, the population of these colonies will have increased by tens and twenties of thousanls.-Cornwall Chronicle. Tue Ceers.-Nothing can be more contrdie tory than the accounts of the erops. In some districts we hear of their being most Inxurient; in most, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

MEl.IIOUftNE. ArssIrrEDo. i January 5.-City f Sydney, bri, 106 tons, J. Fswthrop, master, fromi Circular Head, 3d. ult. Passengers (cabin)-Mrs Smith, Mr. and Mrs. oBrrowdale, Messrs. J. and T. Grei-, P. Emmmett, S. 1. Einnmett, Whiteford, Elliston, Power, Hall, .Lyons, P. Smith, Allan, Smith, and 19 in the steerage. CLARsED 01:T. January 5-City of Melbourne, screw steamer, for launceston. I Pssengers, (cablin) - Mr. Eanl, Mlr. Williamson, Mrs. and Miss William s?n, Mlesrs W. Roche, J. J. Williams, W. L. I~ei, Fitzge'rad, E. Lawrenne, Takins, Atkins, and 48 in the steeraie. Januarv 5.-Waalerer, for Sydney, in bal January 5.--Hrondelle, schooner, for Sydney. rassenges cabin--Messrs Davies and 'Thomnp son, an six in the steerage. January 5. - Colina, schooner, for Ade laide, in ballast. Passengers - Four in tho iteerage. SAILED. Januarv 5.-Anna Dixon, for Adelaide. January 5.-Albatross. for Adelaide. Tanuary 5.--Asia, for Adel.aide. January 5.-Wild Irish Girl, for Adelaide. WIPORTS. Pe...

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

.OI . LONDON diret. - Tld, fnu SolmrT liher oie STaltr N i ?bc " r t ao r o e eariat i ordt 10 thr lareti wil d qui ct tt der paFrI. Iles rod to erei'e old orn frlo.bi , ad'. t :ly o ;irgc. oSS S Co.trCO, Oog send C5.boure.. to .Or LONDON, to.o.t l d'.- Poin" r.eine o be F.CIII, DCI , tons WrILLIAIl DhtTltE . coinmaoo"-e. Tus eptediid ,,I1 ,oaio hVer Cll-:s e c polrsie rIei CGrOa t to Snldling daily on iedne. da next;the pSth tbrint. r 0vrr ,in . . lstiS) -'i' to 5a1it.0 & o(V-. orWsiutoaXTIuo The Queen's Whar, Geelfor i at li obcik oin r fr cabi r n t s . th fftierr. Iot arctooiootli;POm, it .'. .":elb i tne, l of this o "ntO eelo g.i earls aplPltinn atWbe OficePot Dgt)%OET..G as & C.'., Gnelbourne, . -"B"'-So a rs' SAPHtEASIA RSTEA FOIMERNON. l- Th betil een nA iboirte .tI .AndO it-r.. ICSinse, J. FI.tLLiS.\. CommaiSteeOto oonr w ,r!r roimpicte her 1,00100 and wll bho ra.y for 0-ei. en or ouHE above steamer leavs esr the Geelo'oingi oay, WednesdaYar r, in d rid ayn...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

OUTSTA.DING ACCOCIT?.-As it is the inention r.f the Pmprietar of the ADVERTISER AXD I.TELLI GENCE t to dispense rith 0eservicrsof aCo:lcLnr in fa:tee. parti ineed a reqused r to col at the ca.e, and min e splt.ement of their cscounts Those ::-=tso which have been stalnin: an unreasonable rist wfl» be nrcoerd in a n?unarv m3er.pr. WEDNESDA.Y MORNING, JAN. 7, US52.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 January 1852

SYDNEY SHIPPING. Asrr-ED-December 25-Sarah Abigail, brig, from Sin Francisco and Tahiti; Sheffield, Ame rican whaling ship, from Bherina's Straits: Regis, brig, from Shan-hai. Helen Mar, schooner, from Fanning's Island, and Api (Navigator's I-land) 27-Jane, larque, from tha South Sea Fisheries. 2S-Colnmbus, schooner, from San Francisco; Eliza, barque, from the Sooth Sea Fisheries. Shamrock, steamer, from V elbourne; 29-Tamar barque, from the Downs the 7th September. -Raven, brif, from Anckland. CLSAEED OcT.-December 27-Kate, ship, for London; Victory, barque, 548 tons, Captain Nicol, for Geelong, in ballast. Passeogers Messrs Garside and Winter. EscTEED OTrWAuDS.-Emma, lWig, for Hobart Town-St. George, ship, for London; Dake of Richmond, barque, for China. SAILED.-December 26-Waterlily, schooner, for Hobart Town. 27-Josephine, barque, for l.aon'on. 25.-Arch-tect, American ship, for Hu'ort Town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

ABSTaACT OP SALS BY AUCl ION 'i HRaDuhy, JA. 8. By J. G. Carr, at I, Reside:,ce at South Geelong. SATURDAY, JAN. 10. I'y J. G. Car, at 1, lan I and ho-ses at West G[elong. By J G. Carr, at i, Brick Cottage at West Ge'elong. Mblo?Io , *IA-. 12, 1852. By Carver and Dallon, at 12, Town Property. By J. G. Carr, at I, Town property. 7'rESDA., JAN. 13. By O'F.:rrell and Jiou, a- 12, Furniture and Suudries. LOST, from ,my Station, .on the Na l rv irk. * IUIY I.l:;e, -I ,ut 'l'i lindl hllh, ruild. tit L co.j-Wni owl Gr ?.u .rr. A raewa? of £1 will e puil for 'c; irery of li ma!re at the i llnn. !OB- T *I THIII'ff .' D .7 I 1 LL;hS PlRA.YI.. IK1' B .3, Chiurch R. -.rt le , H.le B I l T.. l-t li- l ilh1 ol L',.lnl , .Itl.rLe-t lind m .C v»tiarLl >txk, aind al Mi .11i.. fn, r tl. lll , o . t t . at J. J. WILL.?rI i, ?.kl lI : n S,,rtl r. r, rL.. r?.l '. Gi., l ne. 'I hItAVIL. , i tY .SIAULt, hiranded IMI I'l lx fi1I'* ,jf !ir ;, ai.II "lel t'aronl fr. . .d, a n r I.id. f"it >l4l'i iy - f...

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SPIRIT OF THE BRITISH PRESS. THE NEW GOLD DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

SPIRIT OF TEh BRITlIN- PRESS. TUE .NEW G.OLD DIG';INGS. [Fruom the ieekly Di-ptth, Sept. 8.3 :v.;stS which will probably affect us as much as any that fjre our attention at our own doors, are, as we are told, occur ring almost at tile antipodes. Gold is found in Australia, and we are absorbing an;tiier kiongdlom in India. Each fact opens a portentous voFlume, yet such is the enngrossiog power of what immediately surrounds us, that both take their share of olr columns in a few lines. We are no disciples of what is called particular providence. We deem it a much nobler faith to consider the world as contrived in its origin for all its purposes. moral and physical; bu' the main design of a wonderous intelligence seems almost to emerg.- from its usual mystery when we perceive the go'd of California. The one thing cove:ed by eivilised nations draw in_ population to the desert shores of the Pacific, and now the same agent about to Populate thie immense fifth cmutioent of Australia, toward...

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

CALIFOHUTIA. By the schooner Columbus, from San Fr mncisco the 4th November. we hava tive days later news. The Alta California of the 1st Novem her coitains a leading article on the sub jec. of the establish!ment (,f a Mint, mn which, after some remarks upon the suhject, the writer says " California needs a Mint-she must have a 3Mint! It is a burning shame, a great national rion, that lhe has bean so long kept without one, and any law which tends to retard the erection of one is but wanton and foolhardy oppression." An expedition of "emigrants" had In-n fitted out for the Sandwich Tslanis, with the avowedl purpose of effect:ing the annexation of these islands to the great Repblic. Prom the Partie Francaise of the Daily Evening Picayune of '31st October we gather that the whale fishecies in Bherinz's Straits have not been succees ful this season. With rference to the expedition to the Sandwich Islands, we I translate the fullow:og paragraph: "We have been informed that the King of th...

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THE GOLD NEWS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

THEI GOLD NEWS IN ESNGLAND. [From the Timer, 19th Sp1tember.] Advices uine d:trs later from the Anstralian gold region, were receiced to-day hr the over land mail. Thevy reach to the Ilth June, and are higuhly iateresting. The probibilities with reganrd to the extent and richness of the mines appear thns far to be fully maintained, and there iras nodiminution of the general excitement. At the samne time many persons were disposed to hope that the disturbance to the regular end im portant pors its of the conntry, m.ur, thronghl a variety of canses, bh remnered lens necere thin was at first tapprelhended. A eharacteristic pro Sc.?antion assued by the Governor, three weeks Iwf.re the lste of the prseut a~lrices, to the effetthat "all persons who shall di forand disturb Ithe soil iu search of fioll, metal, or o?re, without iaving tbeen dily eathorised in thathe hbalf hr her 3aie't-'s C.ionidl tovernment, will be pre-cated lhth eritaidllllr anil civilly as the racw allow," upars l t hare...

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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

OGUT?T.SDlDING ACCOUN'TS.-As it i the intentin or .-e Proprir.tr oflth ADV2ETISER AXD INTELLI 6ESCEi la dispn. with the etrvIcesof aCollectorin fat?rp pnrtif indebted are reques'4 to call at the cfi . atn make asettIcet of th?ir scounts. Those » ?--r which tare beea stadinz an unrenstnaile u wir"i be recontd l a summuy maoner. * THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. '8, 1S52.

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

Nat'io'ss, like iadividua!s, cannot com mit error without suffering baneful con sequences. The present unsettled state of the community of Victoria is owing in a great measure to past errors in govern ment. The laboring population has al ways been a nomadic one, and no stroke of public policy Las ever been attempted with the view of creating a peasantry attaebed to the soil. Instead of blaming the gold mines, we ought to blame the bad system of maagement of the public lands, for the evils we now experience. While every obstacle is thrown in the way of the purchasers of Crown Lands, the squatters are without fixity of tenure. Permanent occupation is prevented on both sides. The land is neitheropened to the farmer nor assured to the grazier. The shepherJs and hatkeepers are a wan Sdering caste; one year shearing at the Gr-mpians, the next lambing-down in Gipps Land. There has been no attempt to attach them to particular stations. The squatters have had until lately no in ducement to i...

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THE UNAUTHORISED MINING RESTRICTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

THE U.*AUTIHORI SED MINING RESTRIC T[ON ACT. Be in er.naetd v His "Exellenev the Lientenant Governor of the colony of Victoria, hy and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Conneil thereof, that, from and after the passing of Sthis Act, any person who shall be fonnd mining or dizginrg for any ore of any natore what soever, in or upon any mrate lanIls of the Crown aithin the said colony, without having pre viously obained from the Lieutenant-Governor Sof the said colony, or from some Ferson hbi him in diat behalf aothorised, r0 license, or anuority in writing in conformity with the Governinent regulstions in nsuch case made and provided, or with any future regulations to he srpdo and provided, not incre?:ing the nmonnt of fee, rent, or retrn,. pvallabe at the time of the passing of thie Act, or who shall mine or dig as aforesaid after seteh license or autho rity shall have been determined hr forfeiture or'otherwise; and every person not being a licen-edrl neupant of waste la...

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