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

GoLD.-The q;antitv cf go!l shiilped at this Port, i Bwr' 'iilanl'' is 10,ESS oance3.

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 — 8 January 1852

SYD~JFoY. Extusrsv F?a?nMae CAssw-For two o, ree ,ays ulnrin'r thib wr?k tlias arliee mungistrnre ?aL Ieen ea~rn.sl in in?,iti,,Ii?. . c harge mlde aoinsit W'illilm Wihlmnn fr artarinz a ebarjeIi tr £73, plrlportlini to Ie lrawl lIv JIMe-rsa Brlush and Maarel.nslnll, Jfwellers, of George. .treet, upon the nin]lk of Nerew Ssuthi WaleJ. On tl lo Oth ultiilo, Mr Nairne, the teller of thei l;irInk, paid tw clin qes, tiheonne for £73, aid thile irlher ftor £7@, pirporp iring to be.dawn Ily the C:me pnrtisf l?t wehics tarnil olut to Ian Fora i rires, On lie cane lay iolse persion (sllpplasl to e WiI?u) preeiated the £73 cheque. N' saspicion was entertained of the ge?niinene.s o the signtnre, but there not helsn sufietent funds to the emlit of Messrs DrIlush andll 3aeJoun nell to meet it, the teller went to m?et these gentlemen to make tile e:lnquiries usual in such c~ases, and immeliately after his dlepalture the presenter madel himself searce, t:iintg tile cheque with him. Not the slllht...

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

IRONMIONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. R YR IE-STREET, GEELOXG. F'REDERIQC BR.URR bigs-to inform the public of Geelong and neigh bourhood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western Disti'ict-tliat he:has re ceived the first portion, of his supplies of GE2NERAL IRONMOKGEBY, IRO.. M1rlTLs4-Pas?rs, &c., EX' "CHRTSTABEL'. " WOOD STOCK." "CLAUD," " ZET LAND," "ABERFOYLE"' and.[having already, built -a large. and convenient-store, begs respectfully to solicit ordersfor any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either : WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. P. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abr *d, and having made arrangements which nill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best Englisk Maanufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share cf public patronane. Hlaving selected Geelong as his p-r manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous f obtaining the lasting pre ferenc: of purchasers to the less. cer ain Fx ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PROROGATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

"P.OROOGATION OF TIE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. A? twenty mti:.u:t .' on the Spe aker tcok the chair. Present-The Coloni:l Secretarv, the AttLr noy-Gencral, the Ai..l!to-GOneral, the Silicilor General, the .fMtler-in-Fl?pity, Dr l?rphv, W. West;Irtb,,J. T. ?nidl, It Tarabhl, J. ,.:. o'm hton, hlenry MiilI·, J. rOShnae-y, W. F. SplAtt, send J. P. Fawk-er. BILLS ASSENTVD TO. The Ev=z:ac informed the Comncil tbh.t li EIcelloecy tihe L,.:ntenan(-t-; vern)r had,o.1i e bJrfof I:er sj.e-ty, t.eatel) o the following £319 ; '.'be Cni -r~ !fl:'-e 'Prost;a Anmendment Act An ?.t fo , i?4 bette.r Adminitra:ico. of Juitire. Th!e brin-' Rllnlk Aminltrnor:t .\c. An Act ton rtrein the I ractic. .1f Gone g, ' Andthceae of ch-ceeiu. 'eiuazste, An Act to provide for the appointment of a Chairm ana Cradtn PrFsecutor for Courts of General and Quarter Sessions. An Act to amnend the Public Licensing Amend menet Act. An Act to restlrain the nnauthorsed mining and digging upon Waste Lands of the Crown. PU--I BUSIN...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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TIN MINES OF BANKA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

TIX MINE-i OF BANKA. TE mc-rliants of Ani-tnlnm have preisntied on A'M!,irý to the Kinl: of I?llalmd, a.tns: throrinr o; en the workinz of fte tin mninea in the C.i;nieý, especi;aly in Banka, to plihie comprti'ian. TLey ,piro'e the proposed raeaure on varioan grolund. The chief are, tl ,t El -dih nepitlists will ena.'M in the nlndrrtakiir ard tliat thr will ther-hb aneuire an in,!ne inflneree i:n 1,lnka. That it will le ,lificll:i fir the rer-on.o who tale the contriat to mantia-e the Chinee ninerm , tlhat ilipautes will arioe, that u?n!,lr pretence that the D tch :overmen't dloe; not a;sfrd sufficient protection, the Enili.sh go. rernment will interfere, and unier the plea. of protecting its sttljc.ts trill take posses-ion of Blnkir. They further urge that the Etnglish hbve tin mines of their own in England anut the Straits of 3aIlaccn, nn- l arerth, at pre-ent oan peritorn with the Bank.i tin. anit that ther will readily sieze thi opportuniry of pnttinii, an eIlnd r tlhi romnipe:i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 January 1852

V?ITORl RTEGICSTRY OFFICE. e e in te ri his thanks to the 'The un fer, ,, tne a nt of lfavour and support r'^ i tiR t e I asc.1 al lliS r l. . mt hr t.he busine ,a.ti b- e b as tu- g ya strt y tla onsntr ta abo, veb 'L'? Oi,,, ll,- . - ombili:1Z yIlotl'?t it v ,t l ei.l' to etoo ,t th r w a p Iate father. n 00.raddcOna. nto the .rctd arri taaat le . V Trt oslt Fin ry Crlifon." nd2,80 b: re N, . '?af l or bulard . of sarcvnt , --fWETHERS FOR SALE, near od'b OM Mltboure Road-rJ. E. FrTES, si e Substantial- ilt o- ud prolPe nrs , .r' heard le her t ai s proced g to tle Dt 'gI g. A plyn I 0 "'^ "n ssT I ':, R y ri c,-str--- taN .LE at the Stor'e of the under 0., - -Tea. blacik 1T"r-'.?e, i | . . a ?'."vh rna eO t. itrt- and basketsl ; Mii ustard .t.i t i'l'h Il . nicS kl e r q ' r r ad pirtd'; S i uc,,na , . ,Ibe to st!l( n m a .al n ittt e, t .k - I t a? . Ia I .a-to'. a,?d I ard i ayenn ora C pleriCn .... L,.- - lt Ncssrs. St-ens FbI~j ~ lo a FOR SoALE, near mt.. ,l l; C amt Road-B E ...

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

FORI?EST CBEEK DIGGINGS. (From the Corrsopoldent.of the Melbourne Morning Hferld.) TncasoniY bring the first of the month, a few and bnht very few licecnses were taken out for this dis riet : in fact, for the next three or four months the Commissioner is likely to have as.ine Suenre, as far as licensing is concernedl. The de partures for the watering places, as wre saoy in England, are making the Alexander and its suburbs very thin.

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

3*ifl"S ?tR;'!!l3f'uir GEF.LONG. CLEARED I OT. Jainarv 7.-Brilliant, silp, 548 tons, William 3!crrny, master, for London via Melbourna. No assengers. Strachan & Co., agents. * . . MTPORIS. Per BEillant--19 bales wool, 4 boes go!~, 1 ox specimens, Strachln & Co: 147 bales wool. IDaald I il lanilton; 50 do, Thomson and C(oper; 138 do, Sterens & Thomison ; 95 do, Russell & Simnon; 22 do, D. R. Furtado: 6 do, Westgartb, Rlosn, and Co; 234 do, George Ar.nnyLe; 1.13 do, A. Rusell and Co; 70 do. H,. Hopkins: 20 do, G. D. Mercer ; 264 do, 2 b:o?es gld, William Timms; 21G bales wool, 2 hones and I package gold, William Itoope: 1 tox gold, R. Reeves; 1 - do, SilIs Har diig; I do, J. Conio ; 2 do, Duncan Hoie ; I ,to, Sader and Roberts: 1 do, James Sadler; 3 do, C J. Dennvs and Co; 1 do, B. Poulton ; 1 do, Swanston, Willis and Co: I do, J. H. 1er cer; I do, and 1 packa-e do, Thorne, Sparks and (. PRecapitulation--22i bhles wool,'22 boxes and lackages gold, and I...

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

O-R LONDON direct. - The fine a VA'roe GUAD acln at Lloyd's for a 5C is burt. i, ILLIt.t G5RWOOD, ca 7lor Melbourne 1.B.--No srI crage bpas enger g$ 1 tonjd i r lain a w ill d? e p r a t c r sp e • o e' dls vcab ?otion for cabin srasSofCPr- . AppT y to WlAnC.F nOm s 0. Co t Gong and Mdrltbelre. _-OR LONDON, to losd nt Point toilry. Ito lDon Atr barntno 5ndCoST., .tGo o WtLTx~-1 , DU -tliEca"o Thir nplendiit To elandr f~ro .Geel araFfong GsecDaily PlE VESA .ll. re c rmncoen toa toal o WIene. For froeitt ot 8f Illinl' s?,e ror " rol nl cnlok n tti ns ) t thle to ,E~lc~~ ; C. fo nrntr NGLAND. Tioe rQt anl WhLarfo, eo a t Oo f 10'loc i;c10 ot thin opf.r..nir. o n n. q toled toomnno' Ii t-...- opii li~n 'lte of~igon DALGFtD 'P. Uno & Co ., eOrely:fo baursa,,nr. X.B.-Žo. se!ferne passengers r ?OPAS ?x SFOR I ONlIO0N - theCO e t fI tSl hP, ,, ?*?I¥F-YLE:.'" I ,'O too, 3. M'MtLt-.h Commander. hnto n a, re nonrr -a0 o ',- I.r hoalina onot nOilt bh ready for H.,, or or i the tnlp Jate...

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

PORTLAND. A.rar.S --Jancarr l.--Svdney Grifiths, barqae, from LcnJon. SHILED.-December 27.-Victorr, sehoo.er, for Ifcort Town. 2S -jfnria, brig, for Hobart Town. Janurvy I.-Wrelifrfe, barjqe, fr Ho bart Town.

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

MELBOURNE. CLSAsID OCr. J.anarr 6. -J. Lovett,' schooner, for Sydney, in balsst. No pssengers. January 6.- Hero, brir, for Adelaide, in bal !saL Paoeners--(cahin)-3Mr Torner, Mrs Turner, Mrs Scnrry, and seven in the steerage. January 6.--Mary Clark, barqne, for Ade laide, in bieLst. Pssengers--Two in th'steer age. Janutry G.-John, schooner, for .Lanceston, No paEseclger. I SAILED. *Janary 6.-City of Melbourne, steanier, for Launceston. January 6.-Commn Iore, for Sydney. Jannury 6.-Flash, forAdelaide. January 6.-Rattler, for Adelaide. S E.PORTS. Per John-Part of original cargo from Lan eonton-35,000 sinugles, E. P. Tregnrta.

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

MARRIED, On the 5th instant, at the home of Mr. Richard- son, solicitor, by the Rev. John Tait, Mr. James Bryant, Geelong, to Agnes, third daug- hrer of thle late Mr. William Brown, Nether Lenny, Midlothian, Scotland.

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

BULLION. (From the Daily News, Septemlber 3.) THE bullion market again exhibits a decline in the price of silver articles. On Friday there was a weakness percep tible, but sellers were unwilling to sub   mit to a reduction. Mexican dollars were to-day, however, sold 1/8 lower, or at 4s 1ld per ounce; bar silver standard, at 5s. 0 5/8l., being a like decline; and bar silver holding gold at 5s 1ld. The state af the silver trade is the sole cause of this decline, and prices have now pretty well reached the old standard, the factitious influence attributed to the Californian gold supply being dissipated, and the temporary demand for silver having ceased. Californian supplies con tinue undiminished, and the further reports of Australian gold discoveries excites little sensation. At the present moment exertions are being made in all quarters to increase the supply of gold, and expeditions are searching in Vene zuela, New Grenada, Old California, Peru, and even in Greenland. T...

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

SYDNiEY GOLD CEItCULA . Ar the elosie of the first year ofoor existence as a gold-proIn cing constrr, the mind naturlIr paanses and contempltes the ast, the prePe:nt, and the fnture. To those who I ov upon this land as their home, and th, seere upon which their children and children's chiildrn are to piar their part, the year 1851 will ever he oneof dep end solaemn interest; its caenti- hare been of the mo-t startlin~ character, and its results no human intellect can fathnn. At the l?-in ninig f the year, it woani have lwen almost ir, posbihie to suggest a discovnery that cotlI, ahld to our importanee; hat before this mcmorarle year hal half saeat its cosrse, a colonist retarne! iarom San Francisco, impressed with the sim.l.aritr that existed ietween theagraloiaiel forlation of this land and that in whieh he had Iheen rjlorn ing, and determined to brini it to liL'zht if pos sible. No sooner washe on shore than ite ihldlh set out on his grent expedition, notrithstannlin. the ridicule...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

IRONMONGERY ESTA BLISH31ENT, R YRIE-STIREET, G ELO- G. 1"EREDERICK BAUER begs to inform *i the public of Geeloug and neigh hourhood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ha-; re crived the tirst portion of his supplies of GENERAL IRONTIONGEBY, IRON, MrTALS. PAISTS, &c., EX "CHRISTABEL, "WOOD STOCK," "CLAUD," "ZET LAND , " ABERFOYLE," and ihaving al:eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either 1WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abroad, and having made arrangements which nill 'enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best Einlisk 3Iratufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share (;f public patiana.e. Having se!ect d Geelong as his prr manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous f obtaining the lasting pre ferenc. of purchasers to the less cer ain *x ec...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

7 IIA REGISTRY OFFICE. L TIC J er1imcd in tendering hli thaosO to thle ' ie a 1 for the atmount of favour and oupport d "Iered fatt r nrs t tll y to r o .eP , cd I t hiLaosucee?ed s hid s tttmer in the butoinrr te tbhI. e hatl? . us brhi y t stric atent olndto. r" a s, b e, veof0cpunedtu0t rit sha f that ltbile patomnag dh hich we eojoyedt p his late father. d ttentio to the e... ed arrival at Point . o migrat ship A "Cliffon; and as he ln S ce.d o pr pd i board fr theDhiri of nserants, olicits orders fo tat purpose. r. to.l' 2tC 2 J n. 9 185°-" undersi ed having heard a re rt hich has bee attempted to be irculated, th oe gone tot te old Digino. beges in conteollo lon ho to th,, ?rtes ith wmhom the report or inated. s n kis Iractie, and still is, and ill be, tHlk tdlp radnd ketoll lto 'ralte their rommanden from r ch colit 3a ondiayn mwenin, until tt o'dlot okn el v mnht ansi a?et, if for med iciner orr?edicinal rtiesrt en the ihonr of divine seriee on Sunddas. et C hmit. UAsnh by.t...

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FEMALE COSTUME AND THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

FEMEALE COSTUIIE AND THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN. (Freom Willmor and Smith's European Times, August 2.) WTArTEVE exiltes attention on tile other sido of the Atlantic, must necessarily attract interest here, and, in the absenmce of snore striking facts, diecus~ion is now prorvoked at home about the " Bloomer costume" of the ladies, and the "en franchisementof women." The subject is hihly transatlantic, and involves questions of the deepest political and social gravity. It seems to have been taken upn in certain parts of the 'Unitd States, without any apparent mixture of that serious comicality which forms so peculiar a trait in the American character. and which, in this country comes unde!r the designation of " bathos." SWith regard to the "Bloomer costume," we occasionally hiear of its-breaking. out, is used to ie said of the chlolera, in cert:in parts of our non country. At Harrogate, for.instance, several hldies are said to hbae adopted the short jaclket or tunic andl the garb for the ext...

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THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD BED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

TiHE AUST'ALiAA CGOLD) BD. TnE Londton Spectator, of Sepemiher, lihs some srians remarks opnn thit momentous question and althmlgsi the ftll developemente of our. told reso:trces, had not then trans,ired. sifficient grotud existed: for our :ble contemporaryv to deal with the question Ni the ftllhwing philioso-. phij an.1 reasonable way, which must excuse its • otherwise unusual lenth :-- . S.T'"s.,peritvisaidd to 'hare visited New South Wales with its cro-lning disaster, in the dis coverr ofa gold-field vast in extent. Thler is still rome, however, to think that this report may- have been exaggerated, nnd th-it the amount of ' native" gold may not be ao "great as mater ially to hazrml the welfire of the eolony. The total sumi of the facts ascertaini l is, thatll;t young gentlemani bronsht in:to t ot:n of Bathurst t piiece of Told weighing eleven ounces; sil old manlt hroght severall lnmps,weighing about two i pounds itnil sal: the Ialager of a bank and two gentkitcu went forth, n::d...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

ABSTitACT OF SA ES BY AUCIIONt FRIMny J.AN. 9. By T. S. Hutton & Co at 12, F our, &c. SATURDaY, JAN. 10 By Carver & Dalton, at 12, Tents. By J. G. Carr, at II, LFurni are, at 1, .Ian I and houses at West Geelong. By J. G. Carr, at l, Brick Cottage at West Geelong. • IONDIY, ,~AV. 12, IS52. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Town Property. By J. G. Carr, at I, Town property. TUESDtAY, JA:. 13. By O'Farrell and Sun, at 12, Furniture and Sundries. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Allotments. THEA TRE ROYAL, GEELOXG. NOTICE. In consequence of the illness of 1fr4 Deering, the Pantcmime cannot be performed This Evening. THIS EVENING, 9th January, 1852, The performances will commence with a new drama, entitled FALSE COLOURS; OR, TIE BLACKi FLAG. 3lusicallMelange - Singing and Dancing. To conclude with BOX- AND COX. MONDAY, an Entire Change of Performance. " TEA.I Ekt VESrT'A.-In Conseqdence of the difftinlties attendinr the Agency of the aboe vessel in Geelong, and the rsicnalia...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE EMPIRE OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 January 1852

,t,. h.uritfa O? ' J.AP'i. In the New Roiterdlamn Courant of t!l August last, we find the fo!lowin, rticle r garding Joupn and its ilnnportanee a tie core. merce of the ivorl. Theso re'marli S.0 much liberality on the part of the DI ! sho they are to be considered as in nv ., ' t fleetion of the public minl inll ollan;d o:'1 s re ject. *"tiesipJ '-Japan since the lpeopili)t of Califori3 i, become of the greatest conseqirence to the con. merco of the world. It ft.rs s it 'were a bn Fier on the road froil the I:dias to the Ubite States; n da:n in the 1sea wlh veels pl.or., lwhen sailir. fronm 1e plart of tihe wor'dt nnother. This barrier, this dam can no IrCn bo tolerated If negotiationl canlot acco lsh its removial, the cannon will cauise it to sitl i. fore its force. Already Russ:i, France, En land iand the Uuited States have made attempt to overcome the obhtin il of the Emperor ai to raise the barrier. To no prmrose how0ev ho remains fixed. It is not to be expected tllo tlis obstru...

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