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POLICE OFFICE. [?] 15th January. Before [?] WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

I Zr Li 11.1 ii, *~;,Iv thjrii ~'I'I t~ jr * ~rr? rd..' ?4'u~i uar i oa~n i ha he tF~Lued i'qil~ 4 M&I'~rs. I ehe. forulcrt uin.eon-1 aieatetfsves. 'ih;;r ~IaurhiPa isIIR(tdI V 1nt~irad asi thie ajplicast 1, id sot jIroirurd tilr su amoisa frets thL Bunch, -it. te~r \l- c l whe t p n ia'Iwctto'·· the! ort-eereirlt; it was .scu~i that L'etlss hi:d ena~s~ied withhi i~ons to s-rsep his etnts~nsrep, is -.ielerltsl, fir the perioc d if P month~s tini'. S of ai~ii i hadl es 1'it-ed lie a b recisnmnennod to seje 'eu tiie is rei~irota to h's3 'totiotisod -l esnmisiiii hris duties. as he i-adet-ed hIiloiceif Bible to hlire :i woit-ITh~ issrued agsiiish him, for sbsentieg himnself from hris cisploylni~et ivithealt loavo.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

VAN DIEIEX'S LAND. Tasmasnian p ?~rs hl.ave come to htand to the 10th instant. We scljoin the follewig ·news- r.scArE OF T. F. O'.EGHtR, tSQ., O.E ŽF TilE STATE PRISONERS. Tile report, circulated yesterday, has been con f?led Iv to-dvy's post. O'.1e.ighnr i . o to joini M'Maun:: . it is. coufide::tly assrited. that M3Ir O'M.g-;epr Las not broken his parole by h?s sildden de;art:rs, On Fridav, 3tst nlt., Mr Thomnao i'. O'3leagher rr~ot to aitrae ioskn3 a~ts- . r J..C5.o (si.. dis. triet in whlich Mr O'Mcagher resided) statiing that, on the following lry at 12 o'clock, his Ilroei 'would hare c-xlired, and tha~t it was not his in. tetdtion to rene it, ! A commnication was made from the Poleice Magi-trate to the convict autorities, in order to ascertain what steps were to be taken with IMr O'3Ieagher, and although an immediate answer was sent, it was foundJ that Mir 03leagher was non est. rcerv search has been made to discover his whereaboun, habut in vain. We are told he is safe oat of...

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

l TE W?arTuT.-The temperature of t o aweeathlier underwent a change for the better yevo tenrda. and, in-tead otf the eitreme heat we hay been soinected to these last, three w?eko. the at mostphere is comparativelv coal an Ip!le.tsant. (iOn MIonday last, atl 4 p.ml., the thermometer stood 1161 in the shiade, only 2= lower than the eventful Black Thursday ! Thle prevailing wind is oow from the west?, lo,, should it slife more to the southward, a good f.ll of ratn may: bJa expected. GEOnTos GAOL.,-The followine is a list of pjrisoners opfitlts in Her lMajestvs ganl :at this place, awaitinog their trial at the lext Crimiiial Sessiouns in Februar :-- Chrles Lee, for hors~ s:ealing: William Wiltlon r, obberv from the person: James ti ,onalh laree."; Wili:tat 1l.rteek. diitt.: C. F..lohnston, robbrv; John Jenir,; assaulting with intelt. ,? .: lenre IHoward, alias Sutherland a ito Smith, tittering tfrtle CI.quoc : WlhertT Ihorston, ditto; Edlwarl Dtean, linot robbery: John Hlmmott!, t;:to; ...

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

TuE REGA.TTA.-The Faourieeth i.nnirersary Regatta eamne oftf, after nearly a week's postpne on Mond:ay inast, anl was not, from vanors can.e, so sell supported as in former years. Courier.

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

NEWV I RONMONGERY ESTA'i LIS-M ENT. R Y RnIE-ST-R.EET, GEELO'-G. p'R EDER [CK R\UER bbgs to inform S the pu.hlic of Geel.,net.t nd neith mourhod, nid th? Selettls and Farmers of the ..esTPi-n )itstrict. that !jehi, ire ceived r ;y first por'on of his saoplies or Gi'EIRAL IRON3I1OKGCE I lImy. ITF,·-.LC LPAIItXTS, &"., EX "CHRISTAREL" " WOOD STOCK;" CLAUDT)"' " ZET LA'D, .-." ABERFOYLE," and htainFg already built a large and convenient store, begt respectfilly to solicit orders for any-of the articles in these extensive deparitmeets of trade. either WHOLE.SALE OR RETAIL. F. B having had ex entive esperience in the huoiness which he has conrmrenced b th ;n England and ahr ad, and having r.ade- arrasnrements which hill enable him to receive renular supplies from t!:e Best Enuliek .JTanZfacturers, can with confidence solicit a share ,f public patrona-e. iaring se.ectrd Geelona as his p r mstsent place of residence. P. t. i ,wre desirous ,f obtai.ning :hte lnstirg pre ference of p...

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

M[ELBOURXE GOLD cIRCULAR. (Irom our own Correspondent.) Tnr price of gold is gradually advancing to former rates, nld is from 5Ss to 59s per ounce, at lcicih Quotation it is firm. As the news of the anriferous dliscoveries in New South Wales Las now reae;el England, we may shortly ex pect large capitalists from home to purchase our gld, therefore by itie exreise of a little patience on the part of holder-., rah better pricus will shortly be ostainab!e. The rise in price has caused increasd cqunti ties to be dispoced of. Not less than 25,000 ozs chanrled hands la~Is. week against about 15,000 ozs uring each of ti e three l't previous weeks, Tile reslt of the soaise hr anction of aour g~~! tI in Sdr.er, nIhere it fetched Is per once more than the` B.thunrst, shows the estimation i.' lhich Sydney buyers hold it. Tlhe urcl?aie cf the preeionus metal in 31el I bone is fcst beomring a distinct bnusiness. I hree olo] c[,Eves for the sole purpose of buying i that ar ile hics already been es...

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

.n Dnr.--We are happy in being able to state that this gentleman's conduct as epenker has already gained the approbation of both sides ofthe house.-II. T. Advertiser.

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

pPES OF G~OLD. - The to ail aboat thle ?Oth instant, will be ,tjAerorl"oi1, t ^- I ondos. ^oo rtile toili~W orit ditr. O;f?° roi~iltu apf1? to WlLT.TAM • ,?tlt,<t .. For iga n v C. - p. . nD C O . G eelo n g , J an u ary S,\CF GOLD-Te U n L'ie nler iS ti)onro- u . i a n1 r.,son Cl t. at.E . OB qo ? CO. i O p BUYERS, or SIIIPPERS, [ on DitF'o acOunt. TtotntsO, SP.510S & st thePir WapehOI IC. on abe Bcat, e3orrahool-sttot 4RTM~ NIS for quiet respectable * ople. in a private family. Fr reference, ap totl:e llil this vperL_._,-- .... UsS TS receives into her onil lin tird number of TOUNG LADIfS ai cn.'?CTE. to wboe domeotle cn,nlfort en0,,1 mot rl, intelletal, ant reliciut, it ~,;tWleto IaY fle ..st ul.......... attention. h t bablf be lour acuoneiRf o:ter the Clastl o whieh will termittolo (D V.) Jouncy tet 10 ottpermmitte :u refer to his LaI hu l tennttGoero-nor.A. C. allace Dunlop, :;o eC I in lto the gnlrdc ihol of IMellontne. LL) SECT U D SCIOOL, fUr vOUn? ?en~ll...

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COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. (Melbourne Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

CO03I1SSION OF TIHE PEACE. (MIelbourne Herald.) Tr. Exeentive Government are en,,nge if rn monr scieaks correetly, in prcparin= a new Com miiion of tle Peace, consequen't upon the change of the co:nlition of ouLr co!on. The sooner thiu document issues the better for very many reasons, the more prominent of which are first, the extreme indliftricre marifestedl Ir many of the existing ma:trates to the per formance of tile dities of the ntice; secondly, the anrmalons and irregrlar position of all legal instruments emanating from the Courti of Petty Se.sions. As rratters at present stand, tihe ui.sticps are thus situated with regard to their jurs diction. Ist. Magistrates fLr tie City, without a right of acting in Distrit or County cases. 2ndL lagstrates fir the County who have r.o power to act within tle City limits. 3rd. Magistrates with concurreptjurisdition in both City and District. Thisjumbling of privilegee, or distinction in judicial rights, although rendered legal by colo nial ...

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

A.i RI \"th'. . J.n'.::uary 14--Pea'r, .· w encr, froln .atlinces 'n. Pasers--Messrs R iospe, Godilard, G I: .Ilrdl. I MRearr J Bueki;r, :ohn Griffin, and 7 in the steerage. I ianuar 14-:i-ernc,hrig, from Sdnevy. CLEAREB OUT. . Jana' 14-Ph'ituo, brig, for Sdtrey, in ; a" "NO Im%4SP lnigrrs. a.llat. "Lo l-..I.. S:'; J.sar 14 -Heleroni, brig, for Lannreson, in N. ,allast. UNop-sei. "rs.x .amnary 14-Twtnl. bri , for Sydneo. Pau aers-MJesnsrs .lManet. Hirt and four children, ; Ir unld IMr" Bautter ail two children, Mr , 'lurmvray. : , iu nary 14-Rebemrc, barque,, for Iluoart Sown. No paspengmrs. t- , SAILED. ;January .1-3elbounne, for Hobart Town. , - Exror oTS. Per Twihs-l crate, 19 sls, I cask, 56 casiks ;:+la, I truulk, 5ioegy,3 bixes Order. 'i Per lReh!?c.-P'ar of original cargo from HIa -rr Tonn.

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

O- .?, vT) ON.-The A 1 ship [, .F;'.: ·l."I'l r~l-r' yp ?:."r r -?..i v :lnp. . Thi. pni. m-l ,: - - +t t?.:1.. 1 t" nr!h', -.i~r.reron? atoute to pr~n t:.':~: ' to~ r:lony~retter 5' n. t rl. a ,.IT" nitTt' flantojion orre' inc TF' In |nspee tt 'a . ri. For rfacoorpr( ns'. t ' ." OT? _.? or to Ilt ar Tn"ostot , s 1 .ntr . W ilt gr,t.nl h glietlo I0 fT0 ND0'a Tbelst on o - He TeA 1sh'ip ET= | OR"p Co. 2 :rgreef DD $:fl lP Lln'dn e , !OtH't'fl" pu~ r~t, co'rmminer, ,tlan ro~od Or T--o)ON direct. - The fle ? cu we lUOIID, '?-an ! f t; Liroson for " t"' (,?]us 'ar i~i. WILLIAM ntRWOOD. a eln?.r;... t i'P < ottheinn o or fte ,rn heno or tbf ' t. ?ii~l ril meet with quirL deopste.'t"Ha1 -," ' , ,? ,l' ni or ehCin ra.-r,t.iD- Aptply to v"' T~i.-cI . r,,-? & c- GerORg sentd Menlbotrne. noP-,LONDON to loai1 at Point " I YCII .O TER, 400O , i.. Ott 5)TIII0 cennd r* Thisr arpendit e Ii:i' n orhtyO Ir . r Miht or - n inee ndotio $) ppli to mO PXSSERSS FOR LONDON. "o rf'r l?ou...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 January 1852

I r.nToutOit the rich gold fields of the I : Uýpper Loddon are about the ame dis tance from Geelong as from Melbourne, 1 ;-ithe latter town enjoys at present almost Sa;i monopoly of the passenger trade. and a t:dIisproportionate share of the expenditure of the returned diggers. This state of things is produced by several causes, of ' which the following are the chief: . 1. The tardiness of the government in -iextending the escort to Geelong; this ..was not done until M3elbourne had ac .;.quircd its " prestige," and when it was 'done, the existence of the branch escort a as kept so profound a s eret by the go vcrnment, that even the Commissioners : ", the ground did not know of it, and - 0i ornl found it out by accident. . 2.Thle excessively offensive, unwar rantable, and ILT.EG.L manner in which " urr Collector of Customs annoyed the masters of passenger vessels to this port. 3. The interference of Pilots, none of i. whom reside, or are stationed at Geelong. - Nearly one-half of the...

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

i The Country Editioi of tkhi days .i.drvertise; and Inttelliaencfr, contains ';5.6 columns of matter and is wrell suited '~ or sending to the other colonies and to FIDA rea3t Britain. JANUA o '- FRIDAIY 3MORNING. JANUA[r.Y I. ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AU?,IOv FRIDAY, JaN. I6. i;y I. G. Carr, at 11, Flour, boots, cheese, drapery, pistols, and suindries. SATURGty, JA'. 17. By Carver & Dalton, at 12 Cargo of the Union. By J. B. Hutton & Co:;atl2, 1Maize. M?,ontY. JAN. 19. B- J. G. Carr, at II, HIoosehold FPorni tore, &c. TUEsDAY, JAN. 20. By J. G. Carr, at I, Su :urbia residence GOVERtNIMENT LAND BALE. Wednesday, 11th February,1852. (At Forrest's auction rooms, Geelong.) SUBURBISAN. Parish of 3loolap, allotments I1 to 16 and 24 of sectiou I, containing from 284 to 427 acres; upset price £1 per acre. Parish of Banrabool, a lots 3, 4, and 6 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

------------- C A C 11 SERVICES, ] TOLES AaD PIRAYE. BOOMKS. At the Stationery ANt Moonboltctre.et, next to Mr Towle, Re. itory. or -, SxTIIO LIC WOR R S, com pii DO ?. tTE.-; Tet ament-, raper I eok.. "Cork. of ictnMion N1 1 arhtxeetyahl cr'h he Bigrrnoht: I " re - on Pr he Catholit C l ` rmals ý y tIoe ll ct li.a F ce w h '? p r no n % O ah an' s S ercm o n sc ' dntcltrar'i ?^l'a. Csecldine, a Tale of Conscience Fathetr O swatld- Ret Ilistory of the Bible" &c. Sr. on fathr . J. rILLI.Ats, Bookseller and St tioncr, aCK, r tit e pyent YTenr.-A fewr till rea-in~oo hans. Aso, a few DIAL PLATE"t. rema ,.• ,a 0 month, day of the month, and r stnus ---r ' h?i. t the .`tto cenrr Renonttor'. Moorahool-street. DCC.A R01IKS, CoPybot Snlates. &c.-.\ f,"te sup&,lt to meet "tceto a of ctl0'onl, t telmi, taion of the pirenent taean , rt JA BROwtE Stationery R-posito.y, too ,a b c t -f-re r. p Ot\FO rRTES TUNED.-J.! T bXItG, Mitchell's Prec tRON havingl of CSitt'elt t pcho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

. FST ABLISHMENT. .R YRIE-STREET, (iEELONG. WREiDERiCK RAUDERh bgs to inform the publie f'Cl eelong and neigh i:ourhool. and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he has re ceived the first portion :of his supplies of GE'ERAL IRONlifONGHE Y Trno, rFt~a.S. PAINrTS, &c., EX "CIIRTSTA1REL." " WOOD STOCKE" " CLAUTD "ZET LAiD," "ABERFOYLE," and hating al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfully to solicit orders for any of the rrticles in these extensive departments of trade, either \ TiHrOLESA ILE OR RETAIL. F. B. having had exernsive e:perience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and ahr.,ad, and having msde arrangements whlich nuil! enable hinmto receive reular supplies fron the Best Englisk Manufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share cf public patronaze. Havirng select'd Geelong as his prr manrent place of residence, P. R. is more desirous " f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer aii rx' c...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

ADELAIDE. A??ErED.-January 6. - Rattler, schooner, from Ieliourne. 7.-Louisa, brig, from Syd rer. Cl.EumEE OrT.-lJanmar J.-Rdandzl, barqne, fvr Melbourne. SATURDAY 3iORiXG, JANUAiRY 17.

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THE NORTH COAST OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

rilE KORTlT COJAST OF N1EW SOUTH WALES. T:n following able remarks by DrF. 3iueller lately appeared in the Adelaide Zeitung, a piper which circulates amongst the German emigrants in that Colon: Tnr necomplishment of a safe and casr cnmna nicatien with India would very much add to the importance of the Anstralian Colonies, and has, therefore, long, been the suebect. of delp conside ration. Three celebrated travellers have sought to open a route thrnegh iNew Holland, as beitlg the most nadvanageous. The settlements at Ralffles Bar asd Port Essington, were intended to pars the way to it; andl it is by no mleans i probable, had those settlemen:s I;e: cetablished on the southern shoreof the Gulf aTo Carpetitaris, with the advantnges of a cooler elimate, a more fertile soil, and the greater proximity to the ex tritropical provinces, that by this time the Ior thern and souther:; p.rts of Australia would have been profitably connected. But however great the advantages of such a aommn nicati...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

TiE revenue table for the quarter ending December 31, 1851, shows a total ordinary revenue of £42,041 ; the corresponding quarter of 1850 showed £31,30 ; the net increase amounting to £10,354, or about 34 per cent. The territorial revenue of the last quarter was £102,307 against £37,008 in the corresponding quarter of 1850, the increase being £65,298, or nearly 200 per cent. The revenue at the disposal of the representatives of the people is £42,000, minus the amount reserved by the Sche dules. The amourt at the disposal of San irresponsible government is £102,000, plus the amount reserved by the che dules. We believe we are nearly cor reet when we say that only OSE FOUBTIt of the revenue is under the control of the Legislature. S When we consider that the gold revenue might be very much increased, and at the same time be more equitably exacted, it is evident that the 3MEAxs for carrying on government efficiently and beneficially, are rot wanting, and that if disorder prevails or pu...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

V?AN DIE3IEN'S LAND. Tim Governor had ordered Mr. Going, R. N. to survey the new harbour lately discovered. It is situated to the north of Do Witts Island, midway' between south and south west Capes. Thomas Giblin, Esq., accountant of the Van Diemen's Land Bank, and who has been an officer of that establishment for twenty-four years, was elected Mana ger on Monday, in consequence of the retirement of George Frederick Read, 3Mr. Chapman, the new Colonial Se cretary of the island, was formerly con nectel with Mr. Roebuck, 31. P., in C:analian politics; Mr. Falconer, the new Colonial Secretary for Western Aus tralia, is Mr. Iloebuck's brother-in-law, and the author of several meritorious works The Commissariat department hal re ceived advices that transportation to Van Diemen's Land will be continued but only in a modified form, and we observe that there is a Commissariat no tice requiring tenders for the coveyance of 300 tons of stores to Swan River; these in all probability are for c...

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WARDIYALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852

\. 'nrt Y nLLOCIc.-A gentleman who came froaI the seene of the new diggings, yetecrday, counted thirty drays on the roa:l thither, but little is known of the lield beyonel the results of prcspecting with tin- lishes, inlasnulch as only one cradle had arrivcl on the ground. Our inlformant tried the surlhce soil at various places, over an extent of ten miles, and ftnd g'3ld in every trial. Among the p rtics on the road up are some of the crack dligers of IBa:larat and Mount Alexander, who wt with the determina tiou of givin: the field a fortnight's fair trial, whether the luck he good or bad. N ulcerous parties who ,have lately arrived in town from the neighbouring colni', are about proceeding to these ,li.ggings-their easy distance fiom Gee l,5L, au, the abundanee of pure water On the got, provilg irresistible tempt: tions. D;:E.r'!. iACCIDENT TO THIE C(meC 31.uI. Ž;; rfluel.day morninig, about II o'clock, as the Colac Mail was pt:ieing the LnrraboIl Hills, on its way to Gee lun', on...

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