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THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

TIE HiARVEST. - We learn that through great persuasion, high wages, and a feeling we were almost going to say of patriotism, the farmers on the Barra hool Hills. Indented Head, and other surrounding localities will be enabled without any serious loss (except in point of wages) to stack their crops. At no period since this colony became an ngr cultural one, were we blessed with such abundance, and this observation does not apply to here and there a soli tary patch of land, but is of almost uni versal application. There can be no doubt but that the staple commodity of life will rise considerably in price before another harvest, natwithstanding the immense quantities of bread stuff that will be shipped both from England and America for our consumption. However as long as the price of wheat will keep a remunerating figure we should have nothing to complain of, as it may be an inducement for the struggling farmer of this year, not to neglect sowing his broad acres for the next, intimatio...

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

SLNGAPORE. The honourable the Governor 31r Bon ham and his family have arranged to proceed to Port Phillip, in the harqne Penelope, Captain Seadden, and will leave Singapore after the departure of the mails.

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SUPREME COURT EQUITY RULES OF PRACTICE. REGULE GENERALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

SIUPREE? COlURT EQUITV RULES OF PRACTICE. REGUL.~ G EILNE LES. T is ordered that the follohing Rule take efect from the inlt day of Novnmber, A.D. t81 : cOUrT FES nEDUCED. 8) In llen of the Fees of Court nowpyable upon or in respect of the matte:s herein-after mentioned, the fjllowinx reduced amounts only shall be henceforth paid, that ic to ray:- £ m.d. Every Decre.............. ... ........ 2 0 Otfe copy tereof ............. .......I 0 0 Ervery Order not being an Order of Course, or on Appeal, or Rhearng .................. 0 10 frus epy throf.. ... .................... 0 Pling Bill or Inforttion ..................0. 0 10 il eng an Answerer any Pleai................ 0 5 Enering Appeararce each Defendat.... 00 2 - ttig down a Ca...................... 0 10 Ervry Cath or Affirnnaion ................ 0 I 0 On every Exhibit to Affidavit, or on taking Accounts before Malter .................. 0 0 6 ry other Exhibit ........................ 0 0 On every Adertisement .................... 0...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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FOREST CREEK. January 9, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

P'U~tLt' 'CKr .Fy. (From a Special correspondent.) January 9,1852. TIE want of water, a want which has been gradually increasing in intensity, has now reached a sort of culminating point. All who still persist in digging may be set down as very persevering in deed. Digging and washing are still going on less or more at nearly every part of the creek bed in stray waterholes, which furnish a niggardly supply for the pnd dling-tub and cradle. Water for drinking, a minor consideration with most gold diggers, is to be got fit for use in deep holes sunk for the purpose; these are generally held sacred, and woe be to the tin-disher who may be caught slipping down clandestinely to pollute the sacred well. As abundance of water for gold washing can be had within a distance of fire or six miles of any part of the dig gings, there is a prevailing idea in Gee long and Melbourne that the possession of a horse and cart g)es far to neutralise the drawback of distance from water, that the nett prof...

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

INDIA. Tim Englishman states that dispatches have been received from the Court of Directors requiring a searching enquiry into the cause3 and grounds of Jotee Persaad's trial, and disapproving of the conduct of the Military Board. The same paper states that government has sanctioned a proposal for placing a float ing light on the North Sands in the Straits of Malacca. The cost of the establishment not :o exceed Es. 245 per month. This floating light will take the place of the useless buoy fixed on the sand, but long since missing.- It is said the Governor-General is tho roughly convinced of the utter inefikiency and uselessness of the Military Board. -The Agra Messenger notices the oc currence of a serious affair in the Luskur' in which the 3raharajah of Gwalior isj implicated, and that Sir Richmond Shakcspetr has been directed to proceed i thither i,::m-dliitely.-The Englishman i of Septenther 27th contains the fEdlow igg naotice n r. most outrageou? case ,of kidnapping, foll:oced ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial [?] Office, Melbourne, 3[?]th October, 185[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

GO VERNJIFRNVT GAZETTE. tnibocor, 3.h October, 1&S1'. ltoooltltors with r eard to the Lpp;tlotrzel, &Wc., of r ,'rko In ithe nettle of thee Cot-",4o ltour.loent. f JL bIn'll lcy the Lirur-tort ;crennor boo been tIoatod to tlrco thee :he fol'tuing retoio:ons be oboerreMweb respeon to rhe alttietment, pronltla.o, rrnottmnfran and gornrl dutiett of Clerks ao1Vbedri to he b ifent deporooneoo of t b Gocw'mtoon ci ? Colony. No eern who ban not po:rtoosly been, t (aho en-ni ofthe tGaotme-t, andi by thba beans penedbimsel1 compeont, lo o be places o.nn theronuaoeetb IUabliuh meet or An Otco, a stl. lee nt:-: to; u r l:.noiid by 4 ord, io t"m oyn;lnad by MIoo Exui lciy tFee Ltnio'r~t-flr4 tpro, era rorpemol nm- ;n re- -: ir y p che onpIa" The principal roirts Ut I ce. nrti.tin by this 'tonI nation o tt, thant Iltt GoilCoUtl t etiton Uthor. C Inbett lool wlth foe liy anrd ojol tl.toin; tho be is ocact In c nrule f rirhnme.io otre-u ry tor Lite dojoartieet o, bhlc!t be tarn be ...

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POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, January 14th, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. • ; tWednesdar ; .lannnry 14th, 1652.--_. B3roea Captain r F._:.: a,?d ._LJ) ian Thomn, J.P . . . , ( COARGe OT'SADDE r TEAi,, -" A Ideentlv dres'd. man of dhe name 1qf.l1r-, roeJ,'wan placed before the' Bench, on a.cIharige of stealing a oadile an . bridle, the property of henry Benton, at Monrt Alexander, on the 22nd D)ecember ht.it. Mr Martyr, who appeared on behalf of the compllinant, stated to the Bench that his client and the prisoner formed two of a party at the diggings-that they had all thine~ in commonn mnonrgt them, excepting the saddle and bridle, which was exclusively Benson's, and that Hla rold had thought pro;:er to appropriate them to bib own use andl proceed to town. A Mrs Stowell, who 'with her husband was e.-roged in the party as tent-keeper, esttedl that ont a li or two Ireviton t, Chrietma:t, Ilarrold, diiring the nlrell of the other plrtie:, cnn:n to ti, tent and enqaired of her the way to the Post O)ir-. After witness pointing out to him the moi...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

CArtIR Oc'T. i lnrD lS. .- I':r rzll". !ýý.~hnr, . l ufl., C Turner, in·trter, for Mo Unrne.lr rXSOkTS. Itcr (Gze)Iae-Ot) kdJtn w&a, Onler.,

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

.O.. N O N.-The Al ship 0? 01^I'u„" ".^, 1 ,,. 1rtilter, FrenciS n1oyce. 1F,2 o . "ifin"t hiot p i yerfectly new. 5noo-e. mottitlr l Pl ^pper-ref wool n 't?, . - aT " mlllnoodatii. fco r paIer,? hS ao aI.t ' I nr a5hi, " r ei t ocr p p a - S-ow .Dr, or, o biret to in he ti s:~'r ~-r? SO ri, . Ft o 3ai at or s. 1, . I to C, . - roh p, .t? .1011000. "r l ikdF.ýe'- will :v I aonnstre? y..., ?tr u o beaIrd the "Eagle wdl SNorr-Tl* eI , v wrnt garant e l be g?lb to O' l UL oNDONt lte Al sit ? C, r t o t' i "ls Thspc'ct" SICOoIILY" 111 .ant. commander, has good rC felo. nr- gnoo, freright or passage ap to D.1LGEVY" GORE : Co. The" f.le rtsaling hip" ABRFOLE * po r Pl u '10 -'rna-ry "nsexce llentaccmmd i0 SODON direct. - The ne Ar4 * han1e 4GolonA fort,,ml aNDt lr os for Aloen. 5C toIls burhtl, ItILLtAn O.GRW OOD, r .1Mi sTr. , I wirll meet with quilk de"tC«h-. Has elbour o .drr tte , D e m. for 1e.aI * f'. ti ti "'; c at ins pase rs.en t Apply to 0O r.d i "to, o., C^ elon and aelbourne. -...

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

: ; MELBOfRXF ARCITED. :r. Js ar 13.-Pilot, schooenr. from Hobart . Town. Passerners--r and Mrs I ain, Messrs SHughes, Tinner, Westwrod, Glaysher, Clrk,c, Cook, and Hawthorne, and 31 in .the steerage. Jannary 13-Arid, schooner, from Lannceston. Passeerrs-Messrs Riynton and Humphrers. January 13-Sisters, sehooner, from Hobart "Town. Pasienger. (:abiu)-3- r Harst, and 24 in the f?rerage. January 13--Emmh , brqou, from Sydney. Pasoengers-Capt. Merratt, Lient. Fitzerld, Ersign Fitzg.ras:l, Dr IlLvers, "Mr and Mrs Donnelly, Messrs Gog-.well, Gibson, Brousoze, Miarrize, Teillard, Curl. King, Lawson, Ga!e, Barker, Lsa', Pearson, Tagwell, Joseph, and 54 is the steerage. Ja'nary 13-Caciqua, barque, from Hobart TownI. L'&uenern-Hlessrs G. Lowis, Thomas Stanir&ld, i. -Rice, S. nnmlrey, A. 3IKav, I I'Keecer, Foistr, Fodter, juinior, RPby, Mrs \V:iFinson, and 53 in the steerage. Jaaaory 13.-Adelaide, schooner, from IHobart T, Tdn. i'engers--Mr and Mrs Holt, Messrs W. Cartwright, ...

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VESSELS OF GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

VrL ' '. I*' 1t6[.41c V Xi'RrntR. Alt nrTrtIltn h; e. I tn.., J. MI tldiw.l, mitstr. ieading f"r 1.*, i-tn.'01 ai V wlhdtl'p.ch. Wllian Ti-ms· a;"n" 4"Qat ri-rn t, .·ir. ^:IncS II. It. Jnh'.lni, master. fromnet.rc. CJ. " ·.s nIdIC C. .an fIx* r'-nr. b sr1 -iti. tilt"nW ltd.m<r * .ic 011rgin^ l. m:e ctrl. tidm .... ýon e.lram r.L, il. 'u . t-p r. 2tl· t"., i-~-1 1 .I Prchnr Lo~ Iiom m 1 sti wIVIOI diptirli II.~ i termt'o'u., cl.,nnrr. 3l t.n'. 3.nT.t netl, maisterow liMC-t, Jime.,t; teionne. T-,, ti-s. I). (l~to-rt. laiter* Rvw bnn:ion. 311tlc l. trn. . r.dC.. mslas. c..seg Ev ina:r. er.n, firo Sberde, Jn.S DSrihon on"- r-.,fn~ Srte.os cs.J .Carartt Jr t\'^ A. baotui. 2tons,.. It . Groleer miantr. monte Smding for Loudon. we- il nbailith dintl D.. R. flthlc, went.. I nn.!. Prouna, S onrr, 5I tni, 1Ji.n Ymnnrfb rmnner UbRt Jcls& thrier.in Inn. (2Pi. Pl, nttrer, mm lnbz Tntom Sydne. D.. iurlayl-lit. ., . ona hrnlus . beie.4ts W. tV.Oae mster. indree.n s ind for Londo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 15 January 1852

POST OFF[CE LETIEIll r?ST. Grelong, Janmary 10, 1852. LIST of L.tter. lying at tllis ()fice nnelaimel, acumulated since the publication of lasl List. A. Akin, irs. Anderson, Philip Alton, J. & irs. Amlrews, Charles Andlerson, irs Arpylet, Alfred Anidrews, Robert Ahsrtruft, Ehward Ami-', r. Atkisaon, Sarah A! ru. Mary Ann Amnon, George A:kia?-, D.seli B. B.'rn&, A'erraler Brogan, Ferýnts I ren,, Mr. or Mrs. B..urke. \'i!liaun enis:l,, 3Mr. Biliner, Charles Brnle. N. S B1mtuetLt, William Biurin, IV. H. Iluckler, Ralph I.ki?, M3i-s Broawncl, J. R.I.. L. 1. Bri-, .iir B-. ki,..r' ;i ,irn Br..: n.-, Je-re B.;i?itv ., 'f, t herkr . BIr. • B-rse, Ti? T,. (f2) F' rt. Mlrs. firakeid.e, Aa,srer laira ..1l.am..Jnoer.h ,rt r}t Andrnw. . Binain;;bhan:;. Wiliram inin er. l iliawm . itahtk,,r, Jaint B, 1ro.,, .llra Baek, Sir Bler,-r,.: IImals -. owns, J.m - si . ih. am R,,.,ran; h B k'r, Gar? e 1,ithr, Jane, JIrjan. IKir lIa.'n. Tha lis Irrue.an, Mhu-1i.t & J. fbot,,n , G. ...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

31ARKETS. IoB.tasr Tow', JA?s. 9.g-Wheat is quoted at 5s Sd per bushel, oats at Gs per ditto. Flour £1S per ton ; bread, 4d per 21b loaf. Colonial cheese, none in the market. Eggs 2GI per dozen retail. LAtsCESTo, JAs. 7.-Th re is but little do ing in wheat and flour; the former may be quote-I at 5s per bushel, and the latter at £13 per ton, fine.-Examiner. AnE~rAE SnIas _LnR?r.-- Saturday, Dec. 27-Barras, Sales this day, 1261 cash, sellers. iunce our last report business has continued in a very inactive state. Nothing doing in im ported merchandise, and the news frorm the gold fields has excited a species of madness only pc oenllar tosnuchl times. Our flour market wears a dornwardl aspect, but as the labouring classes are flocking to the dig gin~s we fear our harvest may be neglected, a:d we do not anticipate a fiurther reduction. We cannot quote a price for any article of commerce atpreseut, as there is literally nothing doing. Goad black teas are in demandl and a cargo to arrire w...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

CLcUrtA papers to the coamencemenl ofOc tober have been received. Rumouors of wars were prevslent, sin the prohable advancement of troops. An expedition, it 'ens said, eas destined for Aden, of which the 78th Highlanders was to ferm part. Golab Singh was reported on the point of death, and some talkel of an expedition to Csshmere; others of an expedition amongst the hill tribes of FPshawur, is order to bring theme nder subjectson-no easy task. Others epoeke atn as pedi-tion in E psu to 5upinCrt the Pasha goins t tihe Shltan. flhere scs nothing definite in these rumours. All that can le glesn ed from them ic, that soati expedition ts pro jected. Is conseqoence of recent Admiralty ar rangements for the retirement from active ser* vice of Captains yho have attainel acertain age, Commodore LUshington,of the ledisna Navy, has tendered his resignation.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

SOLUTH AUSTt?LLA. 3?Mcrs GsABIER.-The rumours of gold on the Victoria side of the boundlary in the above neighbourhood are nowr rositivelvy'confirmed bo'h by 3Mr Beck, of Kensinton, who C?mein a few days ago, and by another person who arrived on Satuorday, havingleft Mounit Gambler in the early part of the week. About seventy men are at work there, and doing remarkablv well--akin_ in some instances as much as four or five ounces per day. 3Mr Beek in two pieces of davs took gold to the value of 4l 17s 6. It was r;bi he was on his way overland to the Victoria digginoe that he heardof those at 3Mount Gambier. He would have remained there but foran nnexpect d ecall of business which forced him to return. The gold is chiely found at about 18 inches from the surface. The onlvdrawbaek is that there isno water to be had without erossing the South Aus tralian oolxmary, near to Captain Ellis's station, where there is abundance both for washing and fordrincking, Two 3felbourne magistrates are ...

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THE IRISH REBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

TUE InKE REBEL. - We believe O'3eagher is now far beyond the reach of his persec-tors. He has neither vio lated his parole, nor tarnished his truth fulness, and yet he has escaped. In a f~ew months, our readers will probably learn that he treads American soil. If the state prisoners had not been bound by their honor-if they had been re garded as common felons - not one of the number would have been a month in the island. But advantage was taken of their principles as men of honor; and while they were denied the privilege of passing from district to district, accorded to every other ticket-of-leave holder, they \were bound by their word not to depart. There is a refinement of crue!ty in this. Why not place them in the same posi tion as other holders of ticket-of-leave, \who in crowds proceed to the ' diggings' by every opportunity? There is onet man in whose fate the publie feel a lively interat- Smith OBr'en. Mv-, ing in a sphere far superior to that in which his jailors gyrated at ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

CHINA. VEWS from China has been revrired to the 4th October. The rebellion was not yet extinguaied. A. attempt had been made on the life of the Emperor; eighteen mandarins, with their fa milies, had been decapitated, as having been im plicated in the conspiracy. The following we take from the Ilongkong Gazette : The health of the troops in garrison is but in different . Yesterday the number of sick was 1a7, viz., of the 59th,Regiment, 23; of the Cey lon Rifles, 17; and of the Ordnance, 17; the prevailing diseases among the Europeans being agie anld bowel complaints. The former is donbtless indcned by weakness after summer fever; the latter we fear from the bad quality of the bread reported as again being supplied by the Commissariat contractor; all the ood flour obtainable by Chinese having been exported from the colony to meet the sadden demand for bread stuffs in New South Wales.

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ANTICIPATED RUPTURE WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—INTERRUPTION TO EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

ANTICIPATED RU'PTURE WITrl THE UNrIED STATES Oh A3IEiLCCA.-- IN TEIlitUPTION TO EMIGIIATION. [From the Weekly Times.] TnE floating reports wafted across thle Atlntic, relative to Cubas expeditions organisedl within thle territories of the United btates republic against the indepandeace of tile last valuable possession of Spai: in the Western world, have more signslleancd than appears on the face of the ox parte statema nts which have reached us. It is not the existence or non-existene oftho colour of a foreign ceuuntrv, which concerns this country most, but the permanence of our politi cld anlcommernciial relations with dependencies that have acknowle.lged our say for ulpwardsl of two centuries, and the grave interrNuptions that are threatened in our intercourse with that vast continent which, in the present day ppletrs to hold the balance between the commerce of the LEastern and Western world. In a physical sense it is not of so much importance whether a mo narchy or a republic pos...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

M'4UNT ALEXANDER. o Orn special correspondent at Forest SCreek, spplies us with details illustra i tire of thle difficulties of gold-wa-hing with a defcicient supply of water. At pr-esent the under-strata of quartz, chy, c., hais acquired the hardness of a b:ick wall instead of tile easily-worked d. friable stuff of two months aoe; more time andlabor musthle therefore expended insinking; to lessen this labour. the holes are dug smaller, and afterwards undermI;ned, but a small hole cannot be worked to the sana advantag., as a large ionet; in undermining there is more likelihood of throwing away good stuff tle chance of accidents from falling in, and the certainty of bruisedorlimL from using picks and crowbars in a confined space. G(ld is mrre diiculf to find in hard ci-.y than in friable or soft, therefore stuff that would pay well to cart eren four or fire miles, is thrown away from the precious snecks being unperceived: whoLn, aftecr stuff that will pay is disco rerl, the timen cne...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

THE LEGiIStATiVE COCYCIL. TIrE NSew Legisatire Coneil i5asl sitting, aiild appears to be ell ccupied. The IRe4ul tinns of the Cost.m'. tie Pri'on Discipine at Norfulk IMand!, and EeeesistiaSi! matters were then brought under cdincson. First, 3Mr. Gleadlow, oe of the Launcesten, :embers, as el:airman of the Commit'ee, brought ep the re port ou the Addires of the ieutenant-Governor, Shiech ws read hrby the Clerk of the Council; and after a verye lengthened disetsion was oerered to be presented to his Esceilncer. The address isohed in fim, vet respect ful ingu"e, antd whi!st it holds out the most jsnmuine hope-, that certain exrectations of his Exeellencr will be rea?l~sI;: it condemns in no men-nred terms, thie totli ahece of anr allion to Tra~nslratia in i the openiRng speech, aed equally condemns the manner in which the colacists have been deprivedl of handling their osvn Territorial Ikrene. The addlress is of so much iirportunc thnt -e suLilnl ik i.n t ll. Lor it1 ple-e ounr Excell...

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