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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, JAN, 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCIION Saraunr.v, J-. 17. By J. B. uttuon& ('. at 11, Sheepskins and WV ol; at 12, Maize. MONDAY, JAN. 19. By J. G. Carr, at 11, Household Furni ture, &c. By Carver & Dalton, at 12 Cargo of the Union. TcEsnxsr, JAN. 20. By J. G. Carr, at 1, u' urban residence
POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, 16TH JANUARY. (Before Capt. F. Fyans, and Wm. Timms, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
POLICE OFFICE. FrID.T, 16rtI JANUARY. (Before Capt. F. lFans, and Wmn. Timms, Eq.) The only business transected this morning was the issue of a warrint for the apprehension of Charles Nieholls, a runaway apprentice from Mr Down, the Cooper, and a summons taken out for a Mrs Heles, of Ashby, for assaulting an old man of the name of Maddox, with brick-bats, on Thursday last,
MORE BLOOMERS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
3IOiE BLOO3MERS IN LONDON. (From the 'Liverpool Albion,' Sept. 17.) Foot several days past three young and beautiful ladies have astonished the ' natives' of Brompton-square and its neighbourhood, by appearing in the fill Bloomer costume. The dress consisted of something between a gipsy hat and a ' wide-awake' of straw; a white collar turned down upon a velvet coatee of Lincoln green, buttoning tight round the waist, but open, and showing a frilled shirt-front at the bosom, the sleeves fitting the arms closely, and the skirts descend to the knee. The ' Bloomers' are exceedingly full to the knee, but tight from thence to the ancle, where they are drawn close. The hose of the ladies were splendidly chevined, and they wore patent leather, half-ancle shoes, with silver buckles and brilliants. So says the 'Morning Post.' On Thursday, two ladies, attired in short black silk petticoats, reaching be low the knee, loose grey silk trousers, fastened at.the ancle, brown cashmere boots, with a ...
FRIARS' CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
FRIARS' CREEK DIGGINGS. (From a correspondent.) Tue weather is fearfully hot, and the diggers are perforce compelled to take short spells. With the exception of t vo water holes the Creek is dry, and those diggers who lie further up the ranges are necessitated to cart their stuff three and four miles to the Loddon which still runs, but very sluggishly and with a most pea soupy hue. The tracks are anele deep in impalpable dust, much worse than the high roads of a great city. An air of lassitude pervades all. The feed is burnt up, and ere laug those who are pertinacious enorgh to persevere in min ing operations, must either push on to the Murray, or retreat to the Loddon, and Jim Crow, at which latter place there is a splendid munning stream of ex cellent water, dignified by many with the title of a river, one of the tributaries of which called the Spring Creek, report asserted that there were diggings richer than any yet worked. I started thither with a friend yesterday and found rep...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
GEEP.ONG. Jan?arr 16.--Stateman, shi? S75 tonniJ. Godrc,av master, for London via Melbourne. Janaryv 16.-Liverpool, schooner, 34 tons, I. Kenneth, master, for Melbourne. EXPORTS Per Liverpool,-S tons rise. Per Statesmnn.--10S2 bales wool, 3 boxes gold. I table, Da.leoty, Gore and Co.: 196 bales wool. W. 31. Bell and Co.; 157 ditto, Flower, 'ILares and Co.:; 2? ditto, W. M'Gill and Co.; 113 d:tto, R. Kelsall; 77dittr, T. Gm hamne; 185 ditto. 1 bor gold, A. Doglass?; i17 bales wool, F. Fulton and Co.: 6o ditto, W. Hoope : 21 ditto, J. 1earson : 20 ditto. 3 boxes ,iold, Silas Hanling; 210 bales wool, W. L T. Clarke; 157 ditto, T. Chirnside; 179 ditto, T. and A. Chirnside ; 407 ditto, Clydo Company: 2 boxes gohl, I. B. Godfreyr; 1 bohx pecimens. S. Richardson:; parcel ditto, E. Matthews; 1 hag gold, F. Fenwiek ;. I box ditto, II. R. Glosling: I ditto Towle and Turpin ; I ditto, J. Cowies; I ditto, T. White ; I ditto, R. Gibbs: 1 ditto, W. Riddle: I ditto, W. Anderson and Co. ; 1 ditto, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
: 0 N -The A l ship 1v I.F 1, 0ýI" P.O i rtcitr, Frnrra noyv. and:r Arip e t, re r .tt Tien o f ro feterdrV now. c iCtrrC l " ?ei te o''rrort tl. to Strit O ? ol erIA #l - t , -rt b · I l ir a f orn • ' p e n o n s a b o r t t o .p r o ttir o 'o the ollooro of s ,toa A OtIr n s tto IBarlessn Tnou os . C C aott 9o,1 taken psss ;1 be gr tto pct Fe a jn0i , a ottOE -. . -en to Ibis efifr"" " - LU 011 ONO --ThCAl stip Q O ..ttclLY," nUo''t. omma1nder, has good odtri r.sG'p an .Eo? freight or pwaes apo t. touETTI. GoRE fi Co. iLONDON direct: - The fine oi he1vAi LtODtR CD.l Att Llroid's or , wOa bur bhR, WILLIAm at GWOOD a rer p ios of her ca rgo eing en. , l he wwa l t Wth rr ek. de'peteopt. -ta: n l bo i rSen. cn -. Apply to -tonn&lt;roSltion 1o..Mqfit`t lo to. rTo tsl. and CO., Geelongn e.odaire -or LOrDON, to lond at Point' A Herr.i e, t ante EBSCHA'TER, 45 C TIEomm.er. This splendid LI n:ll~'" 0:er cu'wt'e pas't from Gnreoeed to p tin r hbtn dre .o-rne da' fret or Ie ab rrto...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
SYDNEY. AaRRIrE.-Janaary 6.-Jane, barqne, from 3farila. Con.elhn, a?que, from Manila. 8. Wa.hlemar. Dutch barque, from lonekong. CL.EAR?D OL-.--Jannarv 7.-William Alfred, schooner, for Part -Nicholson; Cape Horn, barqne, tfhr Mlbonrne. 7.-Waterloo, ship, for Ceylon; Jane Frances, banLne, for London. 8. Faronrite, hanrne, for Mlelbourne. S.rLED.--Jannar S.-President, ship, for M3elbonrie ; Cape Horn, arqnue, fr 3Me! Lourne.
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, JAN. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
NOTICE. VICTORIA HOUSE. rTHE undersigned respectfully inform th--ir friends and the public gepe rally, th t their establi-hmnent will he clised on Monday, Januaty 19 185:. atin until fulrher notice, to take stock, and airalige a Dissolution of Partner ship. JoHn CHARLES YOUNG. ROBERT SHorroN. Victoris House, Market-square. GePlnne, Januziry 16. 1852 LOST OFFICE LETI'Ela LIST. G.re!ong', Jahs:cry lr , 1S152. SIST cf l..tters.lcitnt atlis O)flice ntclailted, Sa. cctrl, tculat-id -ice the plnblieation of last Akin, .r;. Anderson, Philip Alr, .J. & .irs. Andmlrers, Charles Anulderscn.A Mrs Arvles, Alfred Andreics, Rober Asarnfct, Ehward Ami's, Mr. Atkison, Sarahl Al :a-. A:; Ann A'nson, George Anim-,. D.ni. :.i. .. rr. .a; . it,,u- .. a c ,:a lr;. n, . . 7w Brn , 2trar anrt B!iliki:. .'illi:m Bn;.ne, Jes.e P-not. 11r. r . Burke, Crc . ;arcdet, Tih's. (2) Bcrc, lrs. l:acke,;i:gp., Andreow Ili:;.i:clham, Js ph Bcxt-er, Andrccr Biruicc:caam, Wilhlam P.rnilev. Illianm atciheca r, Jo...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 January 1852
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. January 15—Maid of Auckand, barque, from Adelaide. Passengers, 15 in cabin; and one hundred and thirty-three in the steerage. January 15—Amalia, schooner, from Adelaide. Passengers, one in cabin, and sixty-two in the steerage. January 15—Sophia schooner, from Hobart Town in ballast. January 15—William Hill, brig. from Adelaide. Passengers, four in cabin, and fifty-three in the steerage. January 15—Sea Queen, barque, from Ade- laide. Passengers, sixteen in cabin, and one hundred and twenty in the steerage. CLEARED OUT. January 15—Brilliant, ship, for London. Passengers, Mr and Mrs P. Drummond, Miss E. Drummond, Mr A. Walker, Mr J. H. Rose, Mr J McLeod, and Elizabeth Maloney. January 15—Thomas and Henry, brig, for Sydney. Passengers, John Jones, and Mrs Jen- nings. January 15—City of Melbourne, for Launces- ton. Passengers, Miss McLean, Messrs Young, Humphrey, A Ross, T J Bartley, and Arthur ; steerage, twenty. SAILED . January 15—Eparanza, for Hobart Town. " Twins...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
, or GOLD. - The npfoncedu th: 20th 0 1 oot!I b' tteo~q ATntler CO he 0 aili2. e.," dirct Ot F"' or f o "-0 h ap lYto - - "ILLAM q? -?, or sr'.A- "-" - "? N ?n k.t. N cs on, Good. d et. ae a.? .. O totL G flbE n CO. R G lC GeelJongr to Mount *, o. " ro~o .- c' a (Tr' ler's REc.) Lit.i te IoetoPeo , l. p S priv 0e m 1 torf c - gjset.il;,l I ta,.ghtoo, to the Bua h s lo t (foll .Rtoan p O t. T Bthe 1lR o'i t o h - ' f .. 17 S al obttained t ttheor artc ulrs-% I' ! tr: m otr l b IR Ho is tl:on toile rtool Si.~ ,li 1 Dli.', from Upper e 'ltn(.atrees tordm. acerditted Lrditor of  ~ -,.? ' t -- , ot 5ur000. d.moo:,oo .,/r r : nrgrd do- r 0d L er.' [reas tencher of redcu-Lo o t r. 00e0l, ia.o u o t n" and above ttitoy year crt l at , -r e No conalleEtion with a f -rO- 5,c rt .oc..oo.ool strd * , o t!viol case uakn tht Lo13 been qiuafcked 00e01 30,4GoolonrJanuary 1, 1P32. yhe. Bq fttr quiet respectable ' le. Inso prvate fa~mily. For rfefreco, ap- ja1DIN(J G jD SELECT DAY fCt or l Un to o ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
O:; animadversions on the present mis g; ocrr.ment of this colony, have been con 1 ?-rce3, by many whose good .opinion we Svalue, into a deheration of dem3cratic or Srep'J?icn principles. In order to re m: ; .e miEapprehe'sion, we deem it dae to curi-kes to state our views explicitly on a s:bject regarding which many strong fcelins and prejudices prevail. We confess that we are republicans in bI cit; bat we are not therefore in favor o: tlie republican form of gorerament. e'e hold that the British constitution is a r.,r perfee?t model of a republic than ' ftinsa which blar the name in America. .:;vWea we speak of the British constitu ti ý-, -s do not, of coa-ee, include the . :-&lt;as and excresencics by which its ' aninistration is encnmbered. The monarchic principle is a good one. '' It aiffrd stability in times of convulsion . echange; in fact it is favorable to the Mra.intenance of o Essi. AXD cOOD Go ves.r;tist r. In accordance with this principle, the monarch should ha...
ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES—INTERESTING DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES-IN TERESTING DISCOVERIES. Tuax AtIhenum' publishes a commtai cation from Colonel tawlinson relative to a discovery made by him-in all in scriptoiti upol an Assyrian Bull-of an aacount of the campaign between Sen nacherib and Iiezekiah. " I have succeeded," says Colonel !awlinson, " in determinately identify ing the Assyrian kings of the lower dynasty, whose palaces have been re cently excavated in the vicinity of Mosul; and I have obtained from the ann:als of those kingscantemporarynotices of events which agree in the most remarkable way with the statements preserved in sacred amid profane history. " The king who built the palace of Khorsabad, excavated by the French, is named Sargina; but he also bears, in sonic of the inscriptions, the epithet of Shahnlmaneser, by which title he was better known to the Jews. In the first rear of his reign he came up against the city of Samaria, and the tribes of the country of Beth Homri (or Omri, being the name of the foiunde...
THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
Taz REOG~rrA?.-The funds. for tle approaching Regatta, we are glad to say, have reached a very handsome sum, so that if every other requisite for this na tiein! sport is elalllysupplied; we shall have a first-rate contest. Des t:rvc r.--Tei3 camph?iut, .which is common to all hot regions, is the one that is most prevalent at the mines at the present season. When a person is first attacked with it, he will do well to take a gentle aperient - say, half-a-wine glassfull of castor oil, with about 10 or 15 drops of, laudan:m. If this cannot be had on the spot, about three-quarters of-an-ounce of Epsom salts in half-a-pint of water; at the same time it is neces-. sary that he should abstain altogether -w' -.?L nre orTedays, living upon biscuit, baked flour, or any-?p -pl.;.. farinaceaus food : being careful, however, that constipation of the bowels does not ensue, and always eatioghefore drinking. By strict attention to diet, and avoiding the rays of the sun, the disease soon dis appears ...
THE TASMANIAN TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
THE TASMANIAN. TARIFF. TntE New Tariff does not meet with the approver of the mercantile conmmunity: inter-colonial duties are still le.vied pnder it on a great variety of articles, while it is proposed to levy a du't of 5 per cent. on British goods. The "duty on spirits is to be reduced to f6s. the gallon; that on tobacco is to be increased from Is, 6d. to 2s. the pound. Sofp is taxrd, and a protective 'duty of 12v. imposed on every hiogshead of beer in favour of the colonial article, whicli has greatly deteriorated within the last'two years. Duties are still imposed on sheepl and cattle. The object of the Government being the collection of a sufficient revenue in the least vexations manner possible, we entertain the well-grounded hlop that, in lieu of the proposed scale of duties, others will be substituted which will ac complish the purpose. more advantage ously for the people and the Government. The levying of a duty of 5 per cent. on British goods will entail endless trouble an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
'tX RIE STREET GEELONG. RS. t F WOOD-as received a good t assar iflot..i various :.rticles many of them-cdirect from ngjandd, Ca zpristug the falowivr - W 'cflea Polkas Hal and Polk-is Iholland dresses - h'i uaIores Print frocks ; Alppccc. do French Ilerino do Cap ribbons Lathe ' : teriao shirts ;Iofiirri caps itn'girjat varie y Infants' hoods, of the latest lashion Tuy and faucy basLksf. .Chininey orna iPnhg - A nice assortment of jewellery Brushes add combe. - FOFOR SALE, H OUSES and LANtiD,, in town and suburbs. Apply ro E. WooD. Cosmission Agent, K[yrie strr1r. OATS l OALTS I ýr Busnuhels feed Oats fo~r sate, at the 30() resof the addesitgnrd, also Bran and Flour at Mill rnrmcP. W. NoncI - - 3luraboil:;ucet. .annary IS, 1852. ,5T-li.sco Rl?%,T by a person of '1 considerable capital, and e're3t Pxplriellceio Sheep ['srming, a -SHEP F 5TATL- .TlON, with from 10,0010 td 12.aO ,I sp,- atrodrapaldle -f carrying fromti 17,000 td 2 ,0001. The Western District .w9nld be preferre4.-A ppI...
THE CASE OF THE MARGARET. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
TH* CASE OF THE 3111rG CRM. To tle Editor of tt- Gedoj; Advertiser. te.-At thelast sessions of the Supreme Court in Geelong, a ase wis set down for trial, " Wal hce v. Hi:chins," invoiring the ovnershlip of the schooner 3Marg?ret, which had been purchiase he the latter, a wreck in Apollo Bly, Cape Otivar coast, and hy him, at a cost of some £560 Srepaired an. removed to the Port of Geeilong. The leeiite of this purchase, hoeveer, beihilis puted by the former, the litigatnr- parties there on jained issue, and appeared before a jury, on the 23rd of October la-t, hbut as the ctinsel on each side were agreed as to thefiats, it only re mained for the Judge, to decide upon the lawe of the case, and this his Honor then promised to do immediately, (as it was andeStoad,) on his return to 3Ielbourn.e. Nearly three rmnths hvre eijpsed, and yet no decision" has been b iven ; the vessel in the mean time, has m~ne to ite beotom.liternlitr from the inability of the aents of Ihtchins, in whose pos ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TUESDAY, JAN. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
ABSTE ACT OSAL.ES fY AUt:?LON TlESDAn, JAS. 20. By J. G. Carr, at II, at his Room, fine flour. Tucsinr, JA. 22. Bi J. G. Carr, on the ground, Suburban - Lots, near the .hearer's Arms. By J. t. Hlutton & Co.at I, 5 Allot menls of the Hermitage Estate.
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852
To t.'r $dilor of tie Geelong Adverlt;er. Srn,-Not more than a fortnight ago, I saw an advertisement in your paper in timating to the public, that a four-horse conveyance would start daily for 31el bourne. May I ask the cause of tlhe non-appearance of the same, as the date when its first journey was to commeneice has long elapsed? Such.a mode of com monicration bettrcen the two capitals has been long wariting, and we feel it parti cu!arly's t now, since only one steamer arrives daily. Your's obediently, INe , thTn, ER. Geelong, 16th Jan., 185 2.