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

ABSTRACTOF SALES BY AUCTION Mo:ntv, .IA,. 12, 1852. By Carver & Dalton, at II, Wool and Sheepskins. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Town Property. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town property. TessDnr, JAN. 13. By Carver& [alton, at 12, Flour. By O'garrell and Son, at 12, Furniture and oundries. By .. i. Carr, at 1, 'nown Allotments. WErDNESnDY J'A. 14. Iy I. G.Carr, at 11, Dealer's stock-iOn tr-de. ~LrCTORIA IEGISTRIY OFFICeI , TIh' urdtrltin.ld in IlnCrrig hi. thaInko to Lie , , ,. w*ner o i , f or [h,, r? nt of , fa vor gao a,'pts 0 11. :,, r ful,, I l ,r, r-.io. ttollyL, ' tna, ,.. th l ve Iisas , ee.d,-i iA1 ratelar n th, busin,: I, h abie :.,'nm, u 't t ou by a strct iittiila 10 ,t; ,]rrer's U .u 1 Wiis tin, o binmhli itlilaoitiy t'ill deS"Ztch, to mnerit a ;i;l.- of tri' pU'lie pitrtrtam, aL e r., tnce, uo dl ;T t n j-? orrjl v d h ? IhU a tlher. lie wool1 cr! v.ovtioin Ito tIe -·.·a cil nrti al atr Paint atr;ry. of lha itihnlgrnt ll[ip "CI1tro n," nrod ios ha In Srda to p...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. JANUARY 10TH, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

GEELOYG LAiBOUR REPORT.I J.suARtY IOTr!, lo. toalrted cople? , ltor home sstaitu, £55 to £03 per annum, wOth rutiono. unarried oup.les, tor out sta toars taking two flocks, dito.£tl to £55. I.srried coup et, for out stations, taking one flack', ditto, £50. "h pherds, with itions, £30 to £L' per annum. tulskeepers, with r.tiol.s. £203 o £530. Bullotk drivees, per )esr .£5 to £fido. Bullock driero, per week, with rauioss. £1 10. Csoos, for mtn, per anoum, with rtiontt, 5J to £:5. Ditto, per week, ditto, 30s. tuots crpenter;, ditto, with rations. £2 Fants se-eato, per ear, ditts, £50 to £rO. Diuo, for reaping, prrweek, ditto, £2 10o. Ileapes, per ace, dito. ~o3. turdenlr s. per year, ditto, £50 to £45. Werirkl men In tows, ditto, 3's to 41s. Woo2-jammera, on board sist' per day, ditto, 7s. PEtALC SELtVA .SO. Thotsuth bouce tervants, per unr.un, £22 to £20. Cooks, ditto, £22. Laundresses, dit e, £22. Nurermaidos, ditto., £1tO to £. Labour oar;n tn?e past week htis been rather mon pte.:t...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

STYDNEY 2IARKETS. W'heat, 4s Gd to 5s per bhnhel. Flour re mains at Int quotatiors, £13 for fine, and £12l for ecoond aqulity, per ton of 20001b.

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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS.--A ii i the inenTian nf tl.e Prprietor of the ADXTERTISEI AXI ISTELIU iOGECER to diipense willh heservieea or a Collector in future. partie indebted are rxques'rd lt call at the cd e,. and mtle welelnait ofl thir accoInts Those 9-o'ats which lame btuo stanlin an unreiasaable ith wtll bt rcoerrl in a summaiy manner. 3IONDAY MuORNING, JANUARY 12.

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A NEW MACHINE AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

A XEW MACHINE AT THE EXHIBITION. TnE Governor of the Bank of England and some friends from the city examined an extraordinary calculating machine, which is norw placed in the Russian court. It is the invention of a Polish Jew named Staffel, a native of Warsaw, and works sums in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, with a ra pidity and precision that is quite asto nishing. It also performs the operation of extracting the square root and the most complicated sums in fractions. The machine, which the inventor calls Arithmetica Instrumentalis, is about the size of an ordinary toilet, being about 18 inches by 9, and about 4 inches high. The external mechanism represents three rows of ciphers. The first and upper row, containing 13 figures, is immove able; the second and third, containing seven figures each, moveable. The words addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are engraved on a semi-circular ring to the right, and underneath is a hand which must be point...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

IMA' of the gold diggers 'have taken up their wives and families to the gold fields; and still mnre are anxious todo so if they could do so with any prospect of comfort. This laudable disposition deserres to be encouraged, and upon its prevalence and practical developement depends the future welfare of the colony. What, may we ask, has been done by the government to encourage this feelinu ? Are not the present regulations calculated rather to prohibit the indulgence in settled or social habits by the diggers. What encouragement is there for a man with a family to build a hut near a hole eight feet square, which maybe worked out in a week? The regulations doom the diggers to a wandering life, the surest way to " vagabondise" them. The government is worse than paralysed, for if it were merely so, there would be a probability of its awakening. But it is in a state of sullen inaction. Having been foiled in one or two very question able attempts, it has made a merit of abandoning its pos...

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LIBERATION OF KOSSUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

LIAHATllON OF KOSSUTH. A LETTER from Malta, dated the 12th September, says:- -,7 SBy the French steamer, which ar rived yesterday from Constantinople, we have received the welcome intelligenc,, of the liberation of Kossuth and his gal lant companions from Kutanah on the the Ist instant. The ' Mississippi' had arrived safely at Constantinople. Its cabins were fitted up in the most elegant manner, so as to accommodate Kossuthl his family, and all his party. A Turkish steamer was to leave at once for Gieme leek, to take them on board, and to con vey them to the Dardanelles, where the -MIississipi' was to be in readiness to receive them. Nothing could exceed the kindness and attention of the Turkish Government. The Pacha of Broussa. in accordance with orders forwarded to hli from Constantinople, sent no less than 50 carriages to convey the exiles to the point of their embarkation. Among those mentioned as likely to accompany Kossuth, we find the well-known names of the Perezels, of Viss...

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

1bt ?lpng Earltlige?rn , G;EII.O.n. ARRIVED. " Jatnuars- I0.-Unitkn, seheoner, George Pitt, inater, ftrom ioblr 'roawn, with 26 steerage passen'ger. C . 3'ShIane, agent. January 10. -harv Jane, brigntine, 82 tone, David Gourlas, a?tser, frotwn Sydney ia Mel bourne. )David rGoIay. age~nt. ' •anujarv It) -Htenry Edward, brigantine, 84 tots, Jo?il Davison, master, from Holbart Town. ] rSen-yers (caLin)-cMr and Mris CraJisford, Mr and Mhi Cnmlort and child. Mesesr Wilson, Whirnt, It. ewood, Turner, a01 is;'ivard, and 22 i: t esteera.e. J. G. Carr, agent. IMIPORTS. minears. 1 Ur Inio- 1S.0 O feet t:mber, 3,000 palinag, 26,000 shitigles, 6,000 laths, . packages apparel, erder. ier IFars Jane-15 kegs butter, 9 pieces stonres, 10 tonls coals, 1 qr-cask wine, 360 mats, 6 hhds and 12 tons sugar, 3 blnnd.es wire, 3 packagees and 2 cases draplerv, 2 dozen wheel., 3 ,ieces fire-dogs, 10 tons lhur, I fender, 40 cart ,,xes,20 armie mold o s, 4 Ids, I caseand I cask hardware, 15 bundles spades, 5 t...

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

1 a T, OrDON dircct. - T?l fine. T t0 - t"-.0, - ' I Sclaw .t Lodr'?' for 1 1 bo:,, . H V t- t st 0 1W .01t), : l r ,r , .,c r ti"' ' oi f h er c am o ling I. l 1qre o ,c -poHohl . I0I C. -I Ur, T,, et wo qig o a acil. , tR o j I tor iN to r .1 D 5riato SndCo., t eAeloO j r i -rLr te lto.E, NNW- c ,'01 raty to ECIISNTA 4STI W1) ,,/.iwll , - r. t -.h 'rt a o' l c about th e lrltor The sQiln 's hlear,:" n - - for takit I g a limited ,in he1OC nLONDO '::l-r o f jlot, oeia e cabin frlaý cr ge r , for w llich s he A.J. tiot, peBofs 'hRs auo `,"r.t:,,Id -C this o "I(rtriani are rf :u ted to n-Cle ^rroHA f GO tfor sGe on o. lF tIiS-TE, l; smet- learl;ry, Gc?mrnrL Co.a er 0 -L1, 10. FOR LON.. Na . P AST ilin' STEAMER, .M Iin .TJ% omealorn ndeas inearly dim' VES A will bit rtte for snc on ort 1 . nb IBS~ inlyon eneaynt th T HO o ra eie 1hr, .l , aI t Pr 1lock tr Me .f0h fnrt daý two o vrtooy r d eute for alter, A aI to d .c atytlýr. oL L i Tto i , cr A.tHto & Co. 1 o E -t-o-ate C3t '...

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

MELBOURNE. ARRITED. January 9.-Shamrock, steamer, from Sydney. lPasser-ers (cabin)--r and 3liss Cameron, 3Mr Iugh, Mrs bell, Mr H. L. Mosei, Miss Moses, Messrs Hughes, S. A. Donaldson, Fletcher, Ed ward Fa!coner, William Roberts, Crosbie, Pep pers, S. A. Brrant, Gordon Corff, F. M'Donnell, John 1. Baillie, Captain Kirsop, Dr Griffith, T. Hare and L IL Morris, 3Mr Morris, Mrs Rev alds, 3rs Fretavrv, Mr J. Ronald; and one hundred and thirty-eight in the steerage. Jaoary 9 --Se Witch, schooner, from Linn S eeston. PasiLngers (eabin)-3rs Pryde and S daughter, Messrs Lette, H. Lette, Sams, Captain ILtieman and two sons, Mrs PItssell, Mes.srs j. Warnt, W. Jones, Pitts, Birnie, Burns, Keating, ' Dutton, M'Kenzie, Hlardwicke, Brigden, D. A. C.; r and sntr- in the steerage. ' .Janary 9.-Henrich, ship, from Rio Janeiro Ts Adelaide. Passenrs (cabin)-Mr Weetman / =rd fraily, Mrs HIobkirk and fanly. CLEARED OCT. .JanuarT P.-Helen Baird, barque, for Srdner. Janaar 9.--City of Sydney, bri,, for La...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

YLSSE.LS It OHERLOG HIARBOR. AcS.S to Er.*tAn.Trr, brioLtrtine, 74 tons, 1. Dalton, mwter, fruom H1.bart Town. D. Laint, arnat AtastmOit. birsqee, $17 toes, J. 7'JIIhina, ,:natler, hadiilt fr Ltadon, tllt siol wrrd ni ia ,liam Titnas, a:, Ut. CoQOIrrTC., schriooner., 2 tonst, D. II. Johnston. maser, frnom ~Sydney. C. J. D-nas and Co.. aents. lctItAlTER, barque. 4dB tons, W. Duthle, master, diseharplin inard eargo, from London, Straechan~ and Co., ag ntt. GAZELLE?,? brEg, lO ton,, laid op. GtZELLO, shooteWr, 25 tone L. GU ,at, master, trom lobart Toon. Iloo;nLY, ship, 4t? trooIon ec Duonsnt, mister, laid one for Loneo . lOeJety. Gore aadt?e, at.ts. !lary bEwaRDo, bnptrine,. SI lonr, John D*rvIson mbler, Irom lobartT..wron. J 0. Crrer, a.it -a C.. , -A, brarue, 4t tons, ron Ge irnoeb, npt.r. buodin tUr Lor~don, tr I/il s ilws dlipaleh. Ii (iibo,.a:.eet. 3!F r a.TIrS , brigantine. 82ton, DJ . Ooure , mase r, fromu Sydney. D. Gsurlty, h Dl.iL TRi.to., brantn, 0r toe,. 30.. nrighst, mote...

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FATAL RIOT IN PENNSYLVANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

FATAL RIOT IN PENNSYL VANIA. IT seems that the determined resistance on the part of the coloured resiidents to the cpertiun of the Fugitive Slave Law, has led to ri;ot and murder. The slave system in America is a disgrace to that nation, and vill yet Iead to fearful results. The following are the particulars of this ,fhtal aerav : 'i7atimaore, September 12, 1851. ' Passengers in the cars from York, Pennsylvania, furnish the following de toils of the attempted ar· st of some fu gitive slves. 'It appears that Edward Gorsuch and his 'on, Dickinson Gorsuch, residents of 2aitionre'?co.rit., ac:r.?anaied by Ni choli; Hutchin.on, J.L-,: Nelson, Dr. Thomas Prilce, Jskiua Gorsach li ad etherE, wcnt to arsivi.icx. to recoven r some fugitive slaves, who ran c, a year ago, bel!onging to Edw. Gcrsuch. IUjpon neorsng the house whert thle fugitive, were; some negoes, anmsced wial mosket:, &c., rushed upon them and prevented them fromn entering. A veryr large crowd .of whites and negC-os so...

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FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

EFUTY YEARES A~JO. (Uwrm the ~mpire.) 'rifty y ar" go! hlow wouerfol are t'he ilc"'e' t!r Anetrahia whbichl ~ifty ocara l~rav producid.-bewr vast and 4~rrowy moat b~e the retreepee~t of cor old men--the ec-cot of eenteri~s cm ~-dod into the sPPee of a. ~fewl yerC~s I i~tt3 y~tJ ago Australia was almoet a tci-ra ifleot~ina, known ooiy in Europe as t pmalil penal settlemueat to which the P'I- (3c-o~ rnrmcnt had sent A few uno irj a *nll 1~~l )3s:rinh rel tir, hl·s ~:rv,i~ .1 c- a ~r orj~f Pclrt .Taan ; and Sedl c~r-', .LicO . t;,in of 2,5i4() iobah8itaits, ha.I '~nryin cjtui!arcjh. Tiio intorior of ti.'i C:-n:nt~n 'i·7 was nnltirely onlenwnO'- Vi~n Thleccr a Jan~i, &~uth-'Aoatralia,i Vjtora ni ~it~~ii the townrs c.s SJdfreyr and if r~ani~att; icrc~ in tic dialieurhed, E ittirA r.;ae tirh whole British population did not exceed 8,000 souls. N'ow, the squatting sta tions extend alnost continuouslv across the continent frlni Sydney to A delaide, and stretch niortlherly from Port ...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

3IOF.TO. -O BAY. Coarror Guowtso.--We have been fumished bt Mr. Robert DoIgl', of Dunlop, near Ipswelb, with the :l!oowing parCeulara eoucerning his ez periment in cotton growing, lIs, season. It may e remeahered that the prailuce wn~s nltimately purchased b" MrI. Abram Brierly, of Sydney, for shipment to Elmnd,.-Olne acre of ground ibu' ;mrepared by ploughing and harrowing, in the month of September, and the cotton seed so?n on the 1st of October. It did not come cp! till the 21st of that month, when there had beenl a little rain. The seeasn was generally dry and warm, but the dronght, did not effect the plntIs. They began to bloom in the middle of December. The pieking commenced on the 20th of Feb.narv, and Lasted four months, durin' which timea the plants continued blooming an?i prodneing fresh pads, till at last cut off by tlhe frost. The cost of laboer, in preparing the grn?.d, piking the cotton, &c., (estimating the pay of a labourer at £20 per annum), was £5. Tile pro...

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VICTORIA GOLD FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

VIcronru (foLD FIELLS - The in telligence from the gold field is so at tractive, and the proof so incontroverti ble, that few males will be found in this colony during the months of Marlch, April, and May. The conviet executive will be in Eomething more than a "fix." A free pardon for every prisoner will scarcely meet the case: a passage may have to be provided, as well as suitable clothing of other colors than yelow and grey. A rush to the police may in the first instance be made, and its uniform will answer for Victoria. The read braid may soon ripped off an otherwise uouc ccptionable suit of blue. This might furnish amnsenent on board ship. It will be perfectly useless to forward pri sonoers to Van Diemen's Land: the day after they are landed, they will have ample opportunities to pass on towards a soil at once free and aurifer ous. The whole of the northern coast is open to them, and small traders are constantly passing over the channel that divides Van Diemen's Land from Ans tr...

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TRACES OF SIR J. FRANKLIN. ARCTIC SEARCHING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

TRACES OF SiK J. FRANKLiL. ARCTIC SEARCHING EXPEDITION. (From the London "Times," Sept. 10.) TnE following letter from Capt. Parker, of the "Truelove" whale ship,'giving an account of Captain Austin's expedition up to the 13th of September, 1850, has been brought by Captain Ord, of the "Tyne," of Berwick-upon-Tweed, which ship arrived in that port on the 6th inst. from Davis' Straits. From this letter, it would appear that the Searching Expeditions were about to enter into winter quarters on the southern shore of Cornwallis Island, in Barrow Straits; and Captain Parker, of the "Truelove," transmits a letter from Mr. Kane, surgeon of the United States' expedition, which will be read with the deepest interest by all concerned in Sir John Franklin's expedition. The traces of Sir John Franklin's ex pedition, which had been already re ported by Captain Forsyth as having been discovered by Captain Ormanney, and Lientenat Bertie Carter, had been further followed up by Capt. Ormanney, Capta...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

NEWV ZEALAND. EALT1IQ~s.1H.- Another ohovk ni' an Erth Inr arrs felt at Wellingtonl and Nels~on (New Znollaod) on the 7thl geptemker lsoh

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POLICE OFFICE. Saturday 10th January. Before Captain F. Fyans, J. P. UNSUPPORTED CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Saturday 10th Jantury. Before Captain F. Fyans, J. IP. SSeUrPPODrED CIt~AG. A respectable looking man of the name of Patrick Costello, applied to the sitting Magis trate, throengh his solicitor, Mr. Belecher, for his disaharge, being under his own recogizance to answer a charge of stealing a mare, a quantity of gold and other articles, the joint property of two other individuals at Mouant Alexander, with whom it appeare?l that Costeilo was alo a part 052.. Mfr. Carman the chief eonstablo informed the iBench, that since the time tile aecasation wan made, he had receired a letter from the neensinc parties, entirely exonerating Costello frontm mail blme in the transaction. Upon reading this communication, Captain F-ans ordered Mr. Costello to be forthwith dis charged from bail. sPPosnED ntca.rrn.S. On Saturlav last, the master of the brigan tine henry Edward, just arrived from Hlobart T'fown, made an oflicial recuest at tihe Police Office, for authority to enhble him to ...

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THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

Tiz IIauVEst.--About one-half of the crops have bee secured, but at a cost to the firmer which isalmost tantamount to their destruction. There will b3 lit tie actually lest in the field, so that a year of sui?cieney may be expected; but there will be little encouragement for the cultivation of the ground in future. 3Mr. Hopper of Barrabool Hills has had a reaping machine nmade, but too late to be of extensive service.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 January 1852

VAX DIEMEN'5 LAND. Ton DECEASED GOLD SEEKERaS.--In reference to a former para-graplh whiceh :ppeared in this journal, announcing the discovery of a body about fifty miles from MIarlborough, and which it wras supposed was the body of Phili Wasermnuan, we learn from the result of the coroner's inqury that it was the body of Fowler, rwho was in Whasser man's company. The bdly when found was about 100lo yrands from a creek, which was dearly drc at the time, but which is very deep. and becomes swollen after a few hours rain. The Ilv was almost a skeleton, the skull was bare, and tle ribs fell into pieces on polling off the waistcat. One foot came off wrhen the hoot was pulled off the leg; the hoots and bones of the feet were full of water. One arm was ofonl lay about twelve inches from the Iexly, and was nearlv destroyed by vermin. A pair oftlethergaier rstiedtoether, sere about t-enty yards further dlown the creek. From the evidence adduced, anri asI reportedl at the time, i5 appeas tha...

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