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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

THE Harvcst cn the Sydney Eide is :.lread!y gathered, and the wheat in the :,arket! The yield is described as ::L;n'!lant. Thl harvest is, ere this, fiui-hed in Scutlh Australia, where the el ops wearc alio promisirg. The Van Dicmen's Land paFers speak eulcoi'-:ntly 'f the safety of the cro.s there. There i:. ther,:fore, no fear of faniine, except to t:(.se unfi tunate hi-Lbandmen of our "wnr colny vnwo will not Le able to get asi-stance in reaping. The fillowin is the Sypln(y marlket report, which t:me !to and l:Est niLght: '\\aeir .'.' .ora .-.-'rl ?-c v Filur 3liil., I2tl UIeemil.?r, IS51.--An extlenive .?hv of -he.t ;s Le, I, rou:ghlt io marki?,th : Llt the •rop is ?;cl;ke of as m1:I;II Illv na .n: n1 t. A - iglit re' iiic l,.:s talien plhice in tixe :I,,ur trnlc, :I, latrI dr i ,il ,irics Iharing eratedl a large ,'-ini~,l. 4i jvane'at'o £2 per ton l:ai :lr~rdy i.iiLni.( si. tlho mill now qutote £14 per ,on f 1r . I2forsecond., B:an-Is. 4,1 per bulhel. T. Barker and Co.'s Mills-...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

SYDNEY. Mfr. George Hill was elected 3ayor lby 1260 to 362. The following remarks, from the Srdniey Hferld, oni the P'ostage Act, are applicable to this colonr also:- " The Postage Bll brnought in by the Govern ment, and which is to be ftrther consideited ii Committee this day, contains a clanso whiehhas been introdulced in consequence of a despitch from Earl Grey to his Excellency Sir Charles A. Fite Rey. It hias of late been our unirelcome task to notice his lordship's despatches in terms very fr from complimentary: hut in the pre sent instance, althdugh his lordship interferes with an eaactment purely losal in its objects, wse see nothing to complain of-"or rather, we think his lonlshid is for once perfectly in the rightL Ihraving had ader his considerat3ion the Act of Council piassed in the session of 1849, (13 Viet., No. Ia,) for establishing a uniform rate of past age, and consolidating and ameneding the law for the onveyance and pstage ofletters, Earl Grer observens thant thi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

GEELONGI. DIEAD BoorDT FounD.-On the Melbourne r?d, between the Fishermnan's Guily and Cownie's Creek, there was resterdnay the dead body of a man fonnd under a tree. Part of his clothis were picked up, very mnch torn, at a short dist anen. Information eas broegt to the Cliief Constable, hut we havero not iad of the ceause of the death of the man having: been ascertained, no marks of violence having been discovered. Fasc" F.4m.-Tho Bazaar got up by the Tn depndents in aid of their building fenl is tohe opened to-day; the articles to hi displayed will, we should snppose, be admirahbly uited for Christmas gifts. MoSn GOLD F!.ELs. - We were restenrday els:own a ngget, nbnot one ounce in weight, which was obtained on the surface of the ground at Wnrdiyallock. I?t is totally different in ap pearance from the gold of either of the fields al readv known. The stones emleddol in the go!d are glossy black ironstone, like buck-shot, instead of the usual quartz rock. We hare received positire i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INVASION OF CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

NVASION OF CUBA. TuE in:elligence from Cuba, with reference to. the Lopez invasion is of the most disastrous character. Acenlinp to the voluminous accounts pub lished in tihe American papers, the expedition which left Yew Orleans under the command of General Lopez and Colonels Pragay and Clen dinnin, nuombered about 450 persons. After eluding the Spanish, American, French and British vessels of war, succeededl in effecting a landing in Cnhgna, sbout 40 miaes fren Isa vannah. It is stated that a sangonary ensag'e ment took phice .near that point with the Spanish troops, in which 50O Americans were taken lrsoneri, but not before a great slaughter had been made on both sides. It is said that the Lope: party killed and wounded 200 of the Spanish Soldiery,hut this is ebridentl exag ,erated. The subjoined accounhtis given by the Yew York IHerald: "After the landing of General Lopez and his party nstar Bahi Haonila fighting with the Spanish troops commenced, and a frightful slaughter took ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW POSTAGE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

NEW POSTAGE BILL. - The folloring are the provrisions of the new Bill respecting Nerspapers: IL. That printed SNewaspers mny he sent free of posltage, or liable to postage, accordling to the regulations and rates hereinafter set forth, that is to sav By tlfe Post from one Town or place to ano ther within the Colony of Victoria, or between the Colonr of .ictoria and Great Britain, Ire land, orany of the British Colonies, free. By the Post of a Post Town within the Colony of Victoria, adsressed to a person within the limits of that place or its suburb., if forwardel by much person, one penny each. , Sent from or broughmt to the Colony of Victoria, to or from any place not in Great Britain or Ire. land or any of the Colonies aforesaid, one penny each. Ill. that sIthoneh Newspapers may he sent by the Post, and thereupon are sLubject to the rates of Postage set forth in the atove Table, it shall nuot he complsory to send them by Pst. IV. That no printed Newspaper shall be sent by the Pos...

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 — 23 December 1851

S CALIFORNIA. Our flies of Californian papers extend to the 17th Oetoher. The gold mining operations contiinued to be carried on with great snees, and it was confiE dently asserted that anuriferoos quartz had been discovered within the limits of San Francisco. It is stated that some labourers "tho were dig in a wellin the gnaol yard on the Southern lope ofTelegraph .Hill struck the veia about forty feet from the surface. - Trade generallyv appeared to be in a more healthy condition than at the date of our last advices We take the following from the San Franciseco News-Letter of October 15th The arrivals from domestic ports are very much lessened of lIte, and recent advices from the AtIantie States would lead us to believe in some stability hereafter in general merchandise suited to this market, at remunerating prices. Oar cite has recovered, to a great degree, from her disasters by fi.e; and her merchants and business men are again on their feet with more energy, more activity, and ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

GEEL.OSNG. AN\ Vl D. ' Decembher 22--llaab',lr, chooaer, 2 tons, 1 II HIlikibAl; nlt:iLr, lnim lMelbourne, Joun i;ikington, a;ent. Il'mrber 22-FIvIns Tisb, brizantine, 123 tci,;, Tiho:is Ogivile, imater, fromnlobairtTonn 7th instant. P'as-e.nger--lO in the cpLin and 25 in tSe slterage. CLE.ir.ED OrT. DcenmbLr 22--hannon. schooner, 41 ton%,S n:;Ims::, Ias:er, for Melbourne, in- bllast. ;dnrc S;mith, agent' 'er Tambler-30 Iulds rum, 19 hldls brandy, SI ar. casks do, 8 qr esks gin, 60 cases Geneva, Si)0 Llis porter, 3 casks ber,' 32 casks wine, 61 r.:es do Gibson aind Carl ; 5 cases and 60 loose paekagSse machineiu , John llkington, ; Per Flvinl Fish-2 tierces tolacco, S? coils wool laslhing, 0 chests tea, 20 half do, 50 bags sagar, 30 do flour, 1500 feet timber. 6 pacJages Ia;;g e, 4 do do do do, 2l dras,2 clhise carts, I d?-ado, S horses, 25 bags oats, 15,000 feet ;snmr, 3000 paling, 2 cses drapery,1 bale, I ;io drapery, I bor barnes, 14 dog buckets, I iT!a shirt, 3 eases plavin card...

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 — 23 December 1851

FOR HOBART TOWN DTIRECT, the ie Tfast sailhng clipper brig L tIZELr ',, .e to', J.MES SKEY, commander. T ,iu splendid v5rJl bein' ?under eangou emt to return ,irect to this -tofJ e a ,irc t rate o aporui nty to rarties drs:irng to I he - re n Ir lrr it lorsc, dr -, f,-e the ".. "i"""Fle an Dimcmn's Lond re of :r?rca. H e ---':.mr ns are sery , riror. roe fre? it or a. tr.e to Cap.tain Sur.r, on beard; or, to MIr kieu.rd ol oto-hos? e .ent. Coria Terrace. F- LONDON direcs. - The fine .LIt brqlue Vn~GUARD, d~classd a Lloyd'F for rtars, o00 tons burtlhn, WILLL.tM3 GCnIWOOD, .aod cr , tire -elter portion of her cargo heiag en t?,rd, his orei soill meet rith quicku deapeteh. Ihs -edeaommadation for cabin paserrnrr. Apply to s rer, RO.?ocoCo, Grelong ard .rlLeourne. PASSENGERS for ENGLAND. S'ihe ohlh STATESMAX, to sail about the 10:h Janure, havinr made arranoements for takliry a limi:ed eum'er of intermediate cabin pasergeer s, for ohich she hs gfoo accommodation, persons desiroes of ava...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

SIDNEY. AnaroRVD-December 13 to 15--Brig 3ary and Jae from San Fracio; barqlne afinvfrom Shaling; brig Enm.ma from Hobart Town; I.rmlue Agricoa, from London; schooner Flash, nom Hongkong; schooner Jenne Lnde,from tlhe .ridwieh Islens; steamer Acheron; ship St 'incent, from Plvmontb ; brig Phantom from .deLdide; schooner Colonel Taylor, from Son iVrnsco? S?Iz?E-S:hoon er Soplhi, for Son Francisco; ,rqnte W llin,. itr the Inadian Seas; schooner Shinerra, for Methotyte.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

3MELSOUSiE. ABRIVED. December 20-Lillias, schoner, 8S ton., T. ,ilkinson,mnster, from Sydnee, no passengers. Dec. S21-Sfellourne, ship; S Picken, com nrander, from Geelorong, en route to London. I)ec. 21--ietoria Packet, baorne, 170 ton', ,m. Fioher, commander, from Lenoceston. Pas ensrss: cabin, 3Tesrs C. fl. Sullivan, J Divies, SFryt and Master fry, T Tuung, and 15 in the -teer . . ... Dec. 21--Pheebs, schooner, tons, JH Sick S.n, master, fromn Srdne. Passengers: Mr )Davies, 3Bster Davies, Mr and Mrs Bidwell, Mfessrs. T Green, T. Turner, IL. Hoddinton, i ieed?y, J 3 y, S Mao, A Godfroy, J Clam?bes, J Daley, T Stamers. Dec. 21-?,ina, borqe, 349 tons, Tonile, -ommander, from Sydney. Tassengers 3Mrsnd Mrs Newnson, Mr and Mrs lPrica and two chil iren, Mrs Solomoa. Dee. 21-CreNal, schooner, 144 tons, 3. RI (;omlay, master, fronm Hobsrt Town. Pessengers: ,.tabin, Messrs Modock, Flegg, Armstrong, and in thesteerage. o. CLEARlED OCT. December 20--Ameli, schooner, for Adelade, ia ballast, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ADELAIDE AND VICTORIA RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

ADELAIDE AND VICTORIA RAILWAY WHEN the Loan BiIll was before the public, much discussion took place relative to the probability of obtaining money from the mother country, at a low rate of interest. From the London papers we find that a great railway has been commenced in Canada. The Governor-General, at a dinner in Toronto, said he believed the western line of railway would form a part of a great chain which at no distant day would run through British North America--from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Mr. Howe, a gentleman who had re cently visited England on a mission connected with the railway, advocated, on many grounds, the construction of a great trunk line from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Sandwich, Canada West. He stated that the Imperial Government were   prepared-to advance the means of carrying out this gigantic enterprise at three per cent. in terest. That this colony would receive a similar loan from the Home Government, might consequently be anticipated, for we ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 December 1851

DIED,   On the 22nd instant, at his residence, Market Square, aged 38, William Fitchett, after a short but a severe affliction; those great and common   truths of the Gospel that were his glory in health sustained his confiding spirit as he passed through the potals of death into a glorious im- mortality.  

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 — 24 December 1851

For Sale, by Private Contract. BY T. FORSTER. Theo Cre4mn of tho Suburbs of Geelong. Allotments No. 1 and 2, Section No. 4, Moorpanyal. On the Barwon Crescent, each Lot having a river fiontago. FP . has much pleasure in calling * the attention of gentlemen in search of suitable building sites, for pri vate residences, desirous of combining comfort with economy, To one of the oast deliahtrtd spots near Geelone, Commanding a magniricent view of the Barrabool Hills, and sirrounding coun try,and sheltered at all seasons of the year from the unhealthy and oppressive hot winds. For ric2ness of soil, tiis land cannot be stur7assd. The situation, being only one chain from the town land; upset price £300 per acre; and the respectability of the neigh hornhood are reasons why intending purchasers should lose no time in making their applications, as an opportunity like the present may never again occur in securing in every respect land offer, ing so many advantages. This ,deli'httrd Property is...

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 — 24 December 1851

j??O or three Carriers for the iim Srn, wit0h loaldinz both ways, 2 ton Lfor Gacr 1 caoital te1at of S, with ra, Sc., &c., for sale. n ;* t aao vl J.Nsr B urn, Greloz. :, rIEIIINTENDENT wanted. tWaldcl. a Supcrintcndent fiw a Sheep Staion in t , o ro:t :d phtrict.-D. A]SN.? :N.^S CIsaA, lIou::t O 1";NT wanted.-Wanted, an Aeunt in Goalorn for the "Apllrsia" steam-r. Appl e str t ran.Ielbonmc, Iith Peceni!er, i ,!. T ir ANTED,-An -Agent at GeelonJ for the VESTA Steamler. Apply to G. W. S ED, BO , to learn the Printingt Lusitss. Aptly at the otace of this p -aO D, A PIRESSMhAN. A? pl, "tat he onfice of th:is paper. \NfD an ASSISTANT in a Store, who has a thorouglt khnowledge of the r.3 ,*, b"lEn?as, and who can keep accounts. Apply :,,'"F. ?C t.srto, Malel-strcet. STATID 'a MIANAGER, for a Coun try Store. A competent Cerson would .trwith liberal oncouragement Apply to Mr P. TA-TED by the undersigned, a S arr:ed couple, the man to act a c nook and :ter the wife as laundres.. App...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

~THE 'gdv-rimebt ^ tas miuch at fault on the gLl questi-nd as- cockney would be fitarnedarfeia the. ranges. The cock ney would have the sun. to guide him, but the goediiiicnt scoms impervious to liglt, and wand&f aboiiin the serab and lifttild it s allTbhte inextricably ito Iwlirerfei anFypath, howerer tq uaus,? c lait T, A deit route, and conscious of tiis, the public regard, the govermeltrwith.-cpiicion, feeling fast genrating.-iint.oi.'iro ;of is:deeper cha reater. zItis foir&-than folly for agovernment to rear its£f:efabve tli repýsentatives of FepJ- pe- , I:and 'to roudly ei can t iceer its 0 o7ieIi e hmerely neans *L.t poert6' atill, and then to .rol i.ii 1jthf .po"e'r. it.xontemaed, in oulerto. goue it0 sanetipo to " vagabon l-die:ltlie minih?! population. -TIi'giercriment blaiimsthe gold in the indse'ofHr er :Majtcty Qaeca Victoria tfienrti tiE'govemnent act in accord ance with that claim,. and if. Victoria is to be turned into a.'' DatcEly of Corawall *3adi....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE TOTAL ECLIPSE IN NORWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

THE TOTAL ECLIPSE IN NORWAY. Tir Scotsman newspaper contains an in teresting communication from the astronomer royal for Scotland, who proceeded to the western coast of Norway for the express purpose of wit nessing the solar eclipse of July 25th. This account of the remarkable phenomenon is im porta"t, not only as being the first which has appeared in this country from any quarter in which the eclipse was total, hut as being probably the only account we shall have from all that pert of the line of complete obscuration, bad weather seeming to prevail everywhere else in the neighbourhcod, which wae, moreover, one that could hardly have been reached but for the unusual assistance which was obtained 'in-the present case. The paper goes on to ear:-. Astation was selected on one of the outlying Boo Islands in latitude 61 deg. 20 min. This position not only placed us in the centre of the l ne of shadow, but gave us a clear horizon in the direction of the ens at the time of the eclipse, and...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SIGNS OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

Sinus or Tae Tors. - man was bronught before the magistrotes, yesterday morning, for refusing to perform his engagement. His master .ssurc the benc that h had givren him eereateoaR ounds per annum dvance on his meal wages, hd offered him a cottage to live in, and a supply of water gratis, but the man objected to the cottage because there was not a " rtow?a Gan?a?r A±ruc?ra." The man rwas ordered to return to his duty PotLcE OrncE--'The records of the Police Ofce oiford unmistakeable evidence eontradic iory of the croaking prophesies which heralded the "old dsscovenresn. We never remember a perioý Bhen there was less crime prevailing than ow. .Attendance at the Police-olice has become a matter more of custom than necessity on oar prt A. few drunkard's cases figure on the charge sheet-those disposed of are followed by one or two applications for sunm onses, and oeca sionally a postponed case from the Court of requests, and with this eimple cataloge the police business ends. The opeoin...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LATE AND IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

LATE AND DIPORTANT NEWS FROM -CUBLA. Tr e iora the kindness of a friend, we have re ceived a Polynesian of the first of November, from which we extract the flnrowing intelligence. GEv. LOPEz GO.OTED ! We are indebted to the Panama Echo of Sept 13th, received by the Va.dalin, for the folloiring late intelligence from Cuba. Gen. Lopez was garotel on the Ist of Septem ber, and the revolutionary movement on the isa'?? is suppressed for tho present. At-a second engagement between the Spanish troons and Lopez, the onleitl accounts admit that there were two thousand of the Spaniards killed and wounded, and that the nnmber under cemmand of Lopez did not exceed three hundred. There are now in prison, in Havana, 155 Ameri cans, the balance of those composing the aexpe dition have all been killed. Two only of the Americans have received unconditional ardons ; the ret are to he sent to Swain to work in the chain gang for ten years. The disparity of the selin roald have een still greter, were it...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

LEGISLATIVE OOUNCIL. MoSoDY, DECEOOEn 22, EtoiCES OF ?nOOS. The itrron-GzJnsat re notice that he should more on this dcv (Taedlay) for leaso to to bring in the Appropriation BilL - ADJOUn ?arr FOrL ToE CutRISTMtAS nOLInSe. The Coconis. SacncranR gave notice that he shenld nove this day (T'eslav), on the rising of the House, that it do nadijoun till Monday next for the Christmns holidays. ADJornyxED DEBATZ O TOaO GOLD QUESttrO, The i3fsran-e-EurrTy resumed the djournedc del?te, lie believed the discovery of gold in this colony would remedy many of the evilsnat present existing in Engand, aad enableCthe working classes here and there to oases e a much more easy position. But they hal rather to do with the present than the fature aspect of the coloay, and he was not surprised that the country were anxicas to knoiv the opinions of that ltoase. tie thought this discovery ought to be made a public, and not a private beneft, and that one cess should not be rapidly gro:'ing rich, while only...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 December 1851

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24. SBy J. G. Carr, at 1, Village of Ophir. FPanay, DEC. 26. By J. B, Hutton & Co, at 1, Allotments on Mercer Terrace. SATURDAY, DEC. 27. By 3. G. Carr, at 10, Unredeemed Pledges; at 1, six Roomed House. By CaLver and Dalton, at 11, draft hrses ; immediately-after, Specimen of Gold in quartz. MaSDA.y, DEC. 29. By J. B. Bntton & Co., Land on the Barrabools. TUESDAY, DEC. 30. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, 80 Horses.

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