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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

TiE Sydney IHcrald, in reviewing the doings of the L"cislative Councils of New South Wales an Victoria respectively, expresses itself '" dissatisfied and dis gusted with ssome of the prcceedings of the embryotic Council nf Victoria." Our own opinion is, that neither of the .sparate legislatures posssses the talent and capacity for nhuoinss which charac tensed the old Council prior to the dis union of the two colonies. We arc far from being satislied with. the proceedings of our own Co'neil; but the face of its being "em ryti.." t honid disarm severe rriticism. The lileral mnctrb!rs showed an almost too eager dc-ire toplunge into the midst of all sort orf matters, and a ical of awr kard iic-lroundring was the result; but we look for better success in the next session, fur which they out to be soon called together. PaIVATE accounts froin Wardiyallock are considered so satisfac'ury by the diggers in town, thtat great un:bcrs hare alreadv started, and many more are making pre parations....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE OFFICE. Tuesday, 13th January, 1852. BE[?] His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Thomson , and Foster Pyan, Esq. ABSCONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Tnr?dar, 13th *.anua:r., 1852. OLrrnea His Wralhip theo Maror. Alderman Thomars, and Foster Fvan., Esq. A?ICOn:DERS. lillen Duckett and Illo?s ils?n eore charged with bein; prisoners of the crown, illegally at large. It appeared that the two females had nmanaged, in a clanestine manner, to obtain a psesage from [Hohart Town to thin place, in the bri-?nntino Herrr Edward, when, from the on eatisfacterr' aecno t they We of them?elves, the me ter of the vessel lnded ther over to the tender mercies of the mplice. Drekett derclred that sha had hecome irre .inoe August last, and r f rred to one ,of the (eelonn an[d turnkerys in v .?icti,n ,f her statenarnt. She l-o nr;ed .at hr he:hnor 1i, ?i; un-well nt ?[,Il orn, ,l ..; te inr:.cerer 'that lend her to'mnCe a ha-aon0 the he' nov .h, nald, she bri i without any fan?s to p' fti t. Theothergirl, Itlat Woldon, statdl that she had never hi en otherab.o l.na free, that ,he came from Itr'Cd to Vi. DJiEm./'s Land to join her Fa:c"...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

I i O GOLD--The Utdcr aL A. ,C Ct o X),. Ain*-,? ale C?ýN ,dcanm on Gold. sn will i DAI.GETY, GORE & CO. ~ I-n",ed-iltel,- One N 0 -,1 lan DOCGAS, , efGold. AL D s i 1 IVIlS, or S uIIITPLrS, c m, oo TCt pier. OItOn K En O') ' 1; . eac, ? ioraTbool-,rc, e r, l t their IW r o-'Oe . . , - ip .r O Lo.ons "r rqui 1'.p?,. y at Mlrs T o iotl r r si Ssll?l e w i ruh fie r uso h ; " d 5l, 1t 0 :o* o a,, ho vorýol.O"t. Ole Tiars er h - " "r _.lursia id 'I, be ;.t t1a1 O"llr " rt of, The wnr el in, lrurtion fat r nt cny ,,:e'r . T.... L.hf l-cn.ern. IH , .f iSS LOT S receives ifr ntr o a erd a ai 0 al. t d oo e co at instDucion all in ho:iO'lit of a ntord and pcalile Fe11 he' tir ine P' Prinhoipa of 3 lboarding E in afll tcd e n bet or hruniap ai may be doril .Inlnl ,l 'reit ma he obtained on uS receives into her 'L. , ini a i.ontd nuto err TA.C.WMIG LaEDun Ptroten t)aR'l E aDUCA-TE. t hoie dimete ornf. ort ?T a ON : MiSss De La I E oe,=ai tot, int lelat. od irelcios, o - eutedto ye t?...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

ESGLISi SEW?S. Via California, English papers to the 27th September, have bAen received at Sydney. Trade was tolerably brirh. Wool was in d,m:,nd, and the stock c hard -mall. Tallrw was rather dull Th? harv: t was cver and the crop waa slil to h?o a m;.et abundant one. In France t1;ero is evidently much un eaeine~s, as the .imwe for the election of the new President arrives. France anl England were reported to have entered into a treaty to protect Cuba agaiust further inroads from pirati8 attarks of American sympathisers Queen Victoria's Court-was still at Balmoral. The Princess Royal :had been thrown from her horse, but had sustained only a slight injury. Great preparations were being made in Lan cashire for the approaching Royal visit to the seat of our cotton manufactures, in the early part of October. A meeting of the leading merchants connected with the Australian Colonies was held at the "George and Vulture" Tavern, September 23rd, to consider the gold question, on which occas...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

9ýfýý;lag S li c ft tnrr U EI (1\t;l 3,Xlarv 13.-An. aruI FI'iz kth. *cl.nnner, Pa~n npr r - ('.thin) Mr. ul M1r:. Morln, ?leesm I ?ii·r. Itrrvev an,i Mlurofiezld. Ceorga Nihoulvr, W. Cnrt. Prr Aue lc 13d E djtheth-.4 bininck hideu. J. W. Jolbsun: 5 e.Lks beer, I). LAinI : 20 atg oilclckL·Px merchlandise. Carver & D9i ton; 23 tiereeo huer, J. Moore. SAILED. T.nuar 13.- Agnen and E'i:k:th fur Hlobart Torn.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

01' .0Ž0ON-The Al ship F iC if t ot: rooir . lo: s IN Co. + 1mi nihitn thipto ispefccth o re'. _r ma ! , I ... ::, :r t. P ,o f ro.i ltro To -of SntT'a€ 0" -r topointv t to i orl:tp .. .. ro ins. € to . O n., ntint ti. , . fiu+r? or ti!t1'!!l X. lfAuCr r o.tnl For foointt or p ors cr. t P'? . , to II...r Tuo.. rostO, S. , tr......t.rc. 1 o".. , a Il , L "El"r.' till no t ; , rir?, tt, n 5ur nt' will be givn to bti err to this etTnct. O R O I 0 N-ONa F.-Tme l sIltip ,r ttrll 0oie. neo-rt, rommntoer, hts fe od ".ttoe d tto fo. t 0r0'" . Ft freillt or pSe.to. uF p .LnlTl?Fn" 60o1 , Co. gt b-t-O 0 direct. - Tle fine eo c dtro o l c r1 poriti olfitq qo r o psk t ipt t c p* Lohioel ton icrcbit tiarSs rrtngrt. Apply to WrpcsTGmtO, it. L Co., Geclorg and Sloibouor. Or LONTON, to load at Point I,, ro. ti. e S c\ I t*r booc FS CII.? T E.... , . o mooc. WirtLiA0 \Dt3Ii, Cooooooor. Tilteopiondloi 0t.n 0 hl' ton 'ttrI pst.n ge from Gorttenut to S ril tt ti t tvoiC r . F o r ro ioltt or S c tor €...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

MELBOURNE. Jannrrnr 12 - Cit of delbourne, screw steamer, fram Launceston. Passengers (cabin) ?iessrs. R. Forbes, Arthur, Bord, Murray, Scott, and Walker, and 90 in the steerage. January 12-lohn BEll, schooner, from Port Albert 2nd instant. P.assenger (cabmn)--Irs. Lard and two children, 3Ir. an! Mrs Barnes, and 13 in the steerage. CLEARED OUT. Jannare 12.-Shamrock, stenmer, for Lans ,eston Passengern-,tleors. r . II Hall, Camp bhel. Barker, 3Moris*, Fletcher, C. Fletcher, M'Donald, Bagshaw, Robertson, Rev. S. Wa terhouse, Miss Spower, Mist E. Spowers, Lrs. -lidman and child, and seventy-eight in the steerae.. SAILED. Jannary 12 -Anne, for Adel.de. *Januar- 12-Helen Baird, for Sydney. a.anuar 12-Shamroclk, for Launceston. auroers. Per City of Melbourne--5 ases drapery, FcI tma ; 160 ases pickles, 2 bales woolpacks, I case onos, onler. Per John Bll-251 cheese, 10 tabs bstter, I r.aekage basen, I package hams, 3 bags oat5, J. Sobson : 35 cheese., 1 package bacon, 5000 stare It. and P....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

vr'" : [ Ir E' r.oxt: I. RSML'R. AAnon?.,nio bul",e At- to "c. I. MT"Ltlan,, mastter, Inklin in t Im, nail 'al with dispatch. Wrilliam rn.-:LT. , 1. tc. n. ii. tob,,on. master. front dner C. J. Denns andI C.n. agnent. Frsa'tornn. barque. 4P4 tSons, R. litlie. mazrsr, diaeh'eing inwosl ro, front Landon. Slnilato flsonnttr.. hrig. 3:S too.. lai COcaLO. soCtoes, ii5 toss L I Gsoat, u moteo. fr.aU Tlohnnrt Ttanr. it .na~ty, slip. 420 to"., Inasc umsnt maMter, Itid on for Linint,. It-oy. Gast andCo.. stangs. llanho t Etonas. hr~qain' St tIss. Joan Darisms moenr. ftam Ioban T on. J (}. Carr.aent. JLoo Cain. barque, 2152 tno. Gncn- r irno ,n mats". IaoiJio ftr Loonj~ nrlt sal! Kith dipitch. It. Ltst-trott sboboner. St tons. John Keonnll Wava'er RANTr J'r. britgnhiot; F tons, D. Gonda[', mster, from ,Srs'o. I. Gbonrny, ro..st V oroty. bttttc, 514 ton. T. W-r:git. monter.. toadIt TIr L .btn.sill pl bbolbytai: mu snanth.l JaeL'on. Rn' and Co, angnt'. Rnnnwn. boarque. 3tti tons. T. Woiharr* ns...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG REGATTA COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

GEELONG REGATTA COMMIT TEE. THE friends and supporters of this national sport met yesterday evening, at Mr. Dutch's in Malop-street, to adopt certain Resolutions for the furtherance of the forthcoming Regatta; which our readers are aware is appointed to come off, on the 10th of February next. The meeting was numerous and highty re- spectable, and Mr Curle wasunanimously voted to the chair. Mr. Deering who has taken an ac- tive part in getting up the approaching Regatta, submitted a series of resolu- tions to the meeting, which after being in some instances amendad, were finally seconded and carried. We publish the various resolutions adopted:— " 1. That as soon as practicable af- ter the Regatta, the receipts for and and disbursements of the same be pub- lished six times in the Geelong Adver- tiser and Melbourne Argus newspapers, and the surplus funds, if any, be handed over to the Friendly Brothers' Society." " 2. That a paid secretary be ap- pointed, whose duty it shall be, to tak...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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INDIAN AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 January 1852

INDIAN AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL. THE circumnavigation of the globe is now considered a piece of every-day work-so easy, indeed, and vulgar, that it should be put out to tender or taken out to job. At present it is a good deal in the hands of a company, who actually consume nearly 30 days in taking a parcel from London to Bombay--a rate of smartness thought greatly in rear of the times. Among the 'Maxims and   Opinions of the Duke of Wellington' there is one so well known, that we should quote it for nothing but the con trast appended. His Grace, being then Colonel Wellesley, earnestly pressed on the Government of King George III. the absolute necessity of securing a com munication with India once in four months. The committee quietly ob serve in their report, that ' a full com munication every fortnight is required between England and the different Pre sidencies in India;' and they further add their belief, that such service would prove remunerating with little bounty or enc...

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 — 14 January 1852

AB'sttA(CT OP SAlr.F S BY AUZ ION WEDNESDAY JAN. 14. By I. G. Carr, at I1, Dealer's stouck-in trade. :Tnuasny, JAs. 15. By Carver & t alton,at 12, Toaand Flonr SATURDa, JA?t. 17. By Carver &:Dalton, at 12 Cargo of the Unlion. Tiesnay, JAN. 20. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Bi.urban residence C-OVERIMENT LAND SALE. Wednesday, Ilth February, 1852,. (At Forrest's auction rooms, Geelong.) SUBURBfAN. Par!sh of.foolap, allotments 11 to 10 and 24 of section 1, containing from 284 to 427 acres; upset price L£ per acre. Parish of Barrabool, a lots 3, 4, and 0 of sect 18, 4 and 5 of 20, and 5 of 23, .the two first containing 27 acres each, and the remainder 25 acres each; upset price 40s per acre COUNTRY LOTS, Parish cf 3Ioolap, allots 17 and 18 of sect 1, 424a, and 406a Or 32p. Cocoroc, allots A and B of sect 8, 320 and 638a. M3urtcaim, allot A of sect 1, B of 2, A and B of 3, A and B of 4, and sect 5, trom '90 to 640 acres each. Wo,or,~ylck, A of section 1, 197 acres; B of section 1,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

IRONMONGERY ESTA .1 uLIS.1. ENT. R YRIE-STREET, RRRDIIRI P ~l rU!"R hgs to inform the nuhiic of Geelong an.d neigh bnorlhood, and the Settlers and Fartners of the Wes\tern District. that he ha' re ceived the first portion of his supplies of GE'EERAL IRO'MOYGE RY, Inno?. \Urrts Parsirs. &r., EX CHRIST ABEL. " WOOD STOCK?' " CLAUD," "ZET LASD;" ." ABERFOYLE,' and having already built a larme aeso convenient store, begs resp'ectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either IVHOLESALE OR 'RETAIL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced Sh th in Eniland and ahr ,ad, ar.d having made arrangements wshich \'ill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best Englisk Mlanufacturcers' can with confidence solicit a share of public patronae. Having selected Geelong as his p-r tmanent place of residence, F. B. is more Sdesirous : f obtaining the lasting' pre ference of purchasers to the less cer a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

tIo SHWP( OF GOLD.-T - T ý.C 0the ith stant, will be tt A dect ;.* rt r or Londoc. after the setllict to' c~,Ii.cc "cc fechht~!, . en; ty to ICII.fLtA3 cr h- c't:'·, '0 )tr ) CO. OcelOcyJoooary t GOLD -the Under r1 w\1 ill m~ie Cadt Atirsnps Oil'ad. sin ~ DLC. ETY. GORE & CO-. I;L ] ERS, or SHIPPERS, Dit r ý 'l account". TnoiOME. Pp.)nR9 SC ic Ihab n othe ceach, 3Iorraboul-sttrOt *I'1S for quiet respectable Y ART- · ri act family. Forreference, ap t lt" j Tldea t'tis paicr. - ""Dr \TOT. IrrsDA\ýTISON begs J to ar,00 nea tiat he adill reme the dali, sof c toblirc t, a: Cr new rtsidjnre, ccypos te tIe t~urhlI ICc~.1~hcccd 3toor~hbct-,tt~rt. on Thlr; cht t e lý rtots hor dacccintg and It'l kraeh, ritc!1"t rkhtofdiewO SP TIO N STABIISII PEN~.'T lo. yOU;NG LAIDIF.5. Wr'Pterrtc tIf, relho. re.- 310s.01)ELL and 31ns. DC\ (trtrmtc'l ccie Olh f"o b- anccccnCe. Ito!tcatty icc Jactoar.. )bey wilt otlo cý rbttýTie aiTcourn seboti icrd neito it s nL ,d e- brnchet of cccwcod atd pile! ei:...

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM. IN THE MANNER OF MARY HOWITT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

A MIDU.?IMER NI.II rt DREIAM. IIt TII MA.IaNEL ItF iMARI IJWTI. Ari whtere hate you ben, my 2iary, And wh?ere hlave ouil beein tfrour l l I've Ioten to the top of the ranges, The midsummer night to see. Andl what dit you see, my hiury, Alt up tn the golden r.mnge I saw the black clouds go rolling round, And the rains canme down so strange. Ard what did you see, mr 31.ary, All op on the steep itquartz hill ? [ heard the drop of wrter mIade, Which the water' holes did fill. Oh ! tell me all, my ?orr, All, all, they did unt?lhid, For you anIst have seen the fiiries Ist nilght on the hill of gold. And what were the words, my Mary, That you dlil hear theni say? I'll tell you all my mother, But let me have nmy way. And some they played with the water, Anil roli'd at dow;h the slope, And this, they said, will fill the holes, And warm the diggers' hope. For there has bhen no water, For all has clhan'd to nmail : The aIIIld it has wash'd the gold away, Nor shown it bright and good. And some ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

UNLTED STATES. The officers of the United States navy hare accomplished the feat of deep sea sounding across the Atlantic, from the cape of Virginia to MJaderia, and find the ocean's depth 5- miles. The Gulf ,,f Mexico from Tampico to t:e Straits of Florida is about a mile in depth.-Euro penn Times. Tr. SrE;D.s orAnERatC.-We hare jnst read a few returns of the new American cena?s--of ench nnunail si'nificance that we doubt whether f tr-seainL men will not rearnl them as more in terestinc than the finest revolution nhroad of the foulest murder at home. The American census is not Yet complete; but the returns al ready receives point to conclusions far beyond ope orexpectation. Look at Ner-York, for in satane. In 1820 it ha?l a pcpnliori of 153.000; so 1830. 203,000; in 1840, 312,000. This rnte of increase was nnparallelel in the historvofsta tistics. lint the popnlatimn is now said to have r'Pn to tha astonshnllt nnmlear of 750,000 ! There are hbit two larger cities in Europe ; in ten...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

At3?LTACrrT AOFS.I. Y Yx t AU IO 'I HnusntY, Jr. 15. By Carver & alrrn, at I',Tea and Floux Farnay. Ja?.16. By T. G. Carr, at 11, Flour, boots, cheese, drapery, and sundries. SATU?DAV, JA . 17. By Carver & Dalton, at 12 Cargo of the Union. TCF.vnir, Jar. !A. By.J. G. Carr, at I, Suburbart residence

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OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

Or ..rA jIN?L r ACCwIn r.,--,. i t illPib r iriiin,, ri Prop-:-,,r if oiw Af I?.?Tr'EIl AND T;iEI.LI G!1T'iCR t ditnYe OI'Il rtsrrIc A f ao l.eLrT As for sii bI.*. panrt trl. h. nrrerel,~r d to call at the ?t. amt in ,ke T?iwrwlrn of lhir rmn?kt. 'lve e ;--! whIC!i I ao Lb?e ,tan: : ti- a n unr-sanare i Ts j ! be rrco', r,,d NI a.;w;ulary i?nxtr. THUR{SDAY ORNING, .;ANU.RY 15.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

CAPE; OF GOOD HOPE. BY the Mauritiu.s journals of the 24th Novembrer, we perceive that affairs are about wearing a loss formidlable aspect in Suuith Africa. Moassa, the nmost hostil of tlhe Tambockie Chiefs, was deal, and this event was considered by all parties as the most favorable for the interest of the colony. The rebel Ilottentot Uithaalder ha-l assembled, all his forces at WitLctheergcn with a view of making a drcse t upon the neighbouring towns and vil1ges. A deputation of Dutch immigrants at Trans-Vaal at the head of whom was the son of the cclebrated Dutch leader Pretorius proceeded to Bloom Fountain, when they expressed to the British Government their desire of entering into a treaty offensive and de fensive with the British.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

We have accounit of the progress of the harvest from various parts of New South Wales, South Auatralia, andI V:!n liemen's Laud, and we have pleacure in reporting that the quantity whichl will be lost from want of reapers is very small. In our own neighbourhood, the danger was imminent, but the apprehension was worse than the reality. The only part of the country abo'it which any uncer tainty exists, is the Port Fairy District; tl: inhabitants of which, however, will, no doubt, .traiia every nerve to houfie the crrpS, f?" t.: or' prCerity of the place de peudc ,..) .:.'1 opon the success of theiir eul ... L t f'.s. Thle sa.:l n has be.en altogether i. r'orable one for field opera tions of all inds. The pastiirte is abundant, which mitigates the evils of runminuz sheep in iarge flocks; farmers, grazicrs. and diggers have alike been fia vored by the weather. All that is wanted is gool government. Great dissatisfaction was expressed on the occasion of the last Government Land Sale, at ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GOLD LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GOLD LICENSIES. Mr. IaREa moved, " That a respect fil Address be presented to his Excel lency the Lieutenant Governor, convey ing to him the opinion of this House, that under existing circumstances it is expedient that his Excellency should permit the searching for gold to continue for one month from the 2nd January, 185l2, without payment of the licence fees." The reason he asked the House to join in this expression of opinion was, that he was anxious that every encou ragement should be held out to.the per sons who had returned from the :Victoria diggings to stay and work our own sup posed gold fields. At present the in formation was too doubtful to influence them to take licences; but it was very desirable to induce such persons to make the experiment, as in thei present state of the colony everything should be done to prevent the departure of labour. The mineral licences which the Governor had consented to, in compliance with the recommenda...

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