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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852

O l 1ON DO ON.-The A1 ship 0 ?AOtili." Ip1 trots rleatrie, Frneis Royrn. th i',. t T'. . .i.l t hip is perlectlt y rew. a,. cend r-"i g.; ite, ortunity to shlppers of wool ?ornd P?ll Ai. t t.or a rrsons about to pm d to ?r-eFFlae atet rnitl to Insect the eahins. SE u!dhat C nt no to offiesef att .0 ---pre ernu-ry.a Fts freight or pmm dacte Ilea ttrnap ar to Ht3ta Tn'rtatas. 91, ary to Cs it elosurne il g?ti -Thl tat, on rUto itilt be gumto V T N ON.Th A I sERhip, F r?.C0OHL' Du"tttt. commatder,. has rod tnýs?irn or, Y GsO Fa freolt ag m patsage up th ON direct. - The fine I hs?~al e vANOtARD. ctssed at Lod's for tneor' 500 o rn -?, b ben, W ILLAtio GORlOD, cinmmsnrlr, the fenea tortion r cv b ingaerg d rernd t& caub i ebin p sMol ApP to WgrsTente, iosel .nOR LONDON, to load at Point Sthenenthae tin barqu E.CIANTB-R, 400 Ouctbr 3 ",1851 r tn WILLIAM DUTlIee fel rnst Th raplend id 'ern tilte dit elal tietttyinz the r rrie t ot ps aac rhinz feri Geelonr "bin aromdetaon pplg to ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852

M 1ELBOURNE. . A5.rRID. , . i.T::I,.- r 5- ,land:al, K;,rqT, from Adelid S," inP.t.nte. IP.wneewr Mr i?nL Mr*ls Mrton 'n.; in:l £vniiv, Mr Wilson, Captain Smith an, 'l.,i, ir WViban; Dr GiloSin, J Cuseu atn- Son. CLEARED 1cr. i" Tr-nrr 16-Cciquiue, Iu-qne, for IHobArt Ta-n. No passengers a,..T.-y IS-rit,' 3asosner, for Launneston. ,'...3 '*:- en: ir<. . --".Ar IG6-S-arh Ann, b.'qne, for LondEn. TI -ii 16-Ari, vAhasior, for Lsencestoc \ >.s. No passmngers. )OMLvD. io Ju:i'S !S-Cirv of iMellwarnp, for Luanccr - i rJa~c-r 16--qator, for Sia?n.'rs i , rllInt, for London'. ; roRTs. ; o P cRa.«n,"Il cas,, Sor,; 2 czase preserves, 5s 1 '.el. 'nnlse, 22 tubs snar eatdy, 9 cases - ?-nr, 111 b5ts mitting.211 half chests tea, S7 v rilks, 22 eafes Chinese goods, 3 cases v :.r~S rase.. 8 chi:na pamps, I r-se gear, F s x;;le 4 iackAtges, Cavanah; 3 pclkazesi, lill; * aal a't. llunljy: 2 packag-, Canmpbell; 2 - csarns. iresy ; I pc'age. Lempriere; 5 half t .es :t, a bii.y, Piall;, 36...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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REBELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852

L ?..- , s c'r I- QRý'LrY H ItRROULR. *t-: hanuner. 72ts twd 6.e. ".'.-n , Lt?i.e. 43e t4 w, Wi. Dht ie, mauser, " ..-.-u, in umard aro r ' .a L ea?e, Strac'un • _ S, itq a-t-. tna-E. , ~ri, br25 toas, F ti up. L"c::'. u13 4I tnq, Il.me Da-rsat, mn"w.,alid om .. ta: llnot . l.cty.lthre a lCa.,ac.. .E?.I 7-DraRu br:;.un'., L tau,% John Dit;;is ' a r, frma ilubat T "wn. 3 G. Carr, en-nt ('no brqur. 512 Trne. hirru: Kiiurc, c oaier. i, S'o, , n?'r Lndan, w ItI si wmik Loispa.oh.. it. lu ?",::G, hri - 'ir. Sýlctua D. fourlna, muuter, " clue1+e # ton' W. WuiGtt, master, ooasliet * 't in Co., agerlnts Tea S,, ton; T I4ak.r. W miater. dig c3 r.a. inarearcuo. fre.o Aber.leen.. S.racan .:A "-'ntitn, 2t_1-' , fi- tap. Ea-n , a.t a. r-t e. .a ac-la;i ý"ý q in"aa-d ri uar-um Lan. Wi Ilam -aur, sct :.ner. 4 tons G. Pitr. master, from Inobrit -. Carver s Da'to ,.arcura. * 'rursau 'nuhrqa. S: atanS, I. urwuoaa.?taec. r laid on 'ar inist IedarUh. uRos, an: Cu., arantb. I a Tarr:, shOasTer, 32 tons....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 January 1852

NEW IRONMONGERY E.STABLISHM ENT, RYRIE.-STREET, GEELO\G. FREDERICK BAUiR begs to inform the public of Geelong and neigh bourhnod, and the Sett!ers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ha. re ceived the first portion if his supplies of GENYER AL IRONTMONGE2Y, IRON. FT't.S. PAINTS, &r., EX "CHRISTABEL," "WOOD STOCK,." "CLAUD." " ZET LAND." " ABERFOYLE," and having al eady built a large and cohvenient store, begs res; ectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either WITOLESALE OR RETAIL. P. B. having hid ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced both in England and ahr 'ad, and having made arrangements which nill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best Enalisk Jha tfacturere, can with confidence solicit a share :f public patronaze. Having selected Geelong as his per manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous - f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer ain ex i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

GOLD. IIE undersigned will purchase or i ake cash advances on gold. Swxis?'x, Witr.ts & Co. S/w f 'ine speci5meni s waIted. GOLD. .)p1F ?I,,ers~isned will purchase or j ake cash nce on Gold. Wlr.r.nrt oRooPE. 151 OLD. 1rýl UNLDERSIGNED AKdF PUR CIIASERS OF GOLD. "143 DALGETY, GOnE & Co. k LD AGENTS!! TUBBS E SON .uarantee to procure the highest price for the Diggers. At their Rooms. Queen-street. oppo site the Union Bank. ` * All hours of the day. ISti GOLD. GOLD. WOLFF, opposite Carver and } , Dalton's, ,ll give the big` est cash price for Gold in any quantities. GOLD. r[IlF undersigned is a purchaser of T (soldl for cash. R. Cucnt, Jeweller. Dean's Buildings, Iarket-square, Geelong. 406 GOLD. rE undersigned will purchase or ad . vance upon good samples. 1237 WrrLLrat Tsrats. GOLD. rHE undersigned is a CAsts purchace. _ of a:y quantity, from a quar er a an ounce upwards. Tno3ais ToLze, ( heapside Hon e. October 27, 1951. 176 GOLD. rpHE Undersigned is a PURCHASER 1 o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCLION TUmbSDA, JAN. 20. By J. G. Carr, at I1, at his Room, fine flour; at 1, Slburban Residences. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the Union. WODNEBDaY, Js.A. 2[. By J. G. Carr, Slops, Drapery, and [roniiongery. By O'Parretl & lon, Pour-wheel Car riage. Tnuasnr, JAL. 22, fly J G, Carr, at II, Furniture. 8" J. i. Carr, or tie grounrd, Suburban Lots, near the Shearer's'Arms. By J. Hutton & Co. at 1, 5 Allot ments of the Ifermitage Estate, FOR HOBART TOWN 1DIRECT. WTednesdau, January 21st, 1852. i ': H E firt f.st stiling SchJo er " ' UNION," 80 tons, Has tuperinr cabin accomod:lion. For freight or ipasssae apply to CAPr.?x Prrr, Ot !eoard. TO SHIPPERS OF GOLD. - The L Aberronyle. t sail on the 3nlr instant, will be the frst opportunity for Ltodon. For . freiziht, a' a ly "to ISILLIAS? TIMIS. or STirrtlI AND ('0. Geelong. January20gth, '85 *? DVANCES ON GOLD-The Und,'r signed will make Cash Advances on Gold. D~r.jGRYy. nRR &- r ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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EFFECTS OF LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

ErECTrs *w lI~tGHTn IG.-An instance of the sinigulcr effect of lightnclg, and .f tlh won derful es?ipe of a persco' who was stnrmk hv the fluid. has this week come under our notice. The name of the person is Thomas Whitehread, a wheelwright, et West Hanningfield. On Sunday I senuight, ahoot eight o'elck, he was returnino trom a fiiend's house, and took shelter from the storm about three miles from his cottage, under a yonun oak tree, wheni a fl:ash of lightning t?: a'o him to the ground, ni4 rendered hint im memlictely insensible. He partially recurered from this state in alout an hour, when he found himself almost covered with water, buht, the elk-trie fluid hil made such havoc upon him, and so shattered his frame, that it was some time before he could contprehend his position. His hat lay br his stle, tbro in severeal places, the liting forced out, and the hand ofl From his hat the lightning seems to have descended upon the back part of the" head, the hair of which was singed, and...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

CALIFORNIA. A large quantity of golddust, valued at two millions and a quarter of dollars, arrived at Cha gres on the 29:h October, on board the Chero kee, in charge of Mr Follin. In consequence of a seriorus outbreak among the negroes, whose enumitevto the Americans is of the most deadly char.ater, there. was greatdiffieulty in landing the gold dunt, and the U. S. mails, in the strong vaults built for the keeping of treasure. As the last hbo was removed, the negroes fell upon the boheat, and in a very few minutes eat it to pieces ! In lte meantime, the purser of the steam-hip Cherokee, together with some two or three otlher personsi, engaed in the receipt of the treasure, had ao he locked up in the strong-ro:nm for sc enrity, where they retai.ned all niht. On the follmai: day, Ciaptain Simon.ns, of the British W. I. mail teanmer, kindly offered the use of hi- hlaun-h and l1a. to embark the specie-which ffrer was pnrptly arcepred. Aecorlinly, n::dl-r the rnl emrxs of Sr. George the ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GROANS FROM THE DIGGINGS. No II. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

GRO.N!S TFROMDTHE DIGGINGS. .-No IL A tin pt ofcnld wter, fill, fill, for me,`. Give tho-e who can pay for if, n?ait; 'Tis not that tiem ilpn!e. ?nld I dil:aTree, B?t the p ice is eonfoundedly soft. For adl ! what could more force a maas to T7o iwlhisbe on!y liqlors teetotal, Than t.vo L±h f,ir a glss of the iihlet ofgin I And ram fonrteen shillings i hottlI. f the ancients-hw melted datm . Fangie) their drink, Were to pyry usr a visit oih aere; They wnli li;ed it quite aemtl inorgh Eatboal think, To stick tUo i. Byoa' beer. ,tt least a poor goll-digrer cannot shell out, For tehl liqnnr to moisten his throttle, Tis two siilinge a I,int for the curnmoneat stonr, And ale three and sixpence a hottle.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. JANUARY 19TH, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

3rsried otuplti *-: Lift stouil-n, = tro £60 pr annuv X w i' rmtawn.. Vi. rrtdl pe, tC r tat rS lio, btking t'wo e.Eck, X tto >. E i.rrird coup'e*, fr out u4:oJ., MkiE gCe fl.rL, dito, £12. ?-rA-e-FI, wihh rt!onX £i5 r 'er nnum. 'Erkie , wit ratdor.s. £. Ca £;0. dilock driver, per :ea-., 50 to £ do. unIoIk *!riiers, per wekt, alth ralions., 1 ese. Cooý , for men, per a'.rou,. wih atli., . to £ 5. Dito, p-r wu-k, ditn, 50P. erpSer..cvri, diSiUe, iith rultor.f, £2 Pat so-var.L", cpr yrsr, di:a , £L to £It, uo.s, fuLr rnien:*, p.r wee, aito, £S 10,. tk , per acre., dil:, :5s. z rien;a». p.r car, i;;to, £40 11R Ol. V-"s'y mn.o I tom, ditto. '3 i o4%. 0'wf'-jamsr<, or hoirl Ahtr. IP;rdty, .*ilto. is. FCXALE SAilTcr-A . Toroa- .h Letu eilt'l pert tarm, ;£!% to £21. Co'-s CIito, ea. I-LaturA-retr, dit r, £23 to £5. Nareta'iids, c.:*-, ISi :. 1-. Worl is pictftl,tie-.c aire er ctrard "ges goAd. The suppl.ly ie teen rlLher Letttr iLrtan dutre the p-e %-ue verk. Iteaper, and fam...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

VAr DIE1E?'S LAND. S. XSETING is to ihe helal at Vthnry. on WetI neslda next, to co-lolt upon what steps can.he takeni to avert ti e os which threateon the a.ricultri-t, !? th, su.len dlear ore ,if !.:?)ur. WhAt .ffitual course ret hei par-nedl we ar! utterly rt a Its to ioneiro i-Ih t:ee, an "llunlm?lt oe or ??id, and estopin.t.livre comnfot ' nIl oi re;.in labls rers de.hter?onii i up?r -l caeae_ a-,. t.vy ,, .!ie. i ,. g" . ! ',; .ke ps- . t, ...es. N,.,thin, bu, til d;,-,- ,-ere' . ýy ein... mne-tl ito ,t, .ot' i-l.::a., a:. ::e a. :r quatities ?.sere the nail-. tI- ! - :t e-:rearl .f eti-rttio- which bha- ut just ,,meiret,. --Lutoe-ton Exatminer. The Victoria P.reket mause the run nero= -n I-s- than trretily-f or bI.,:. I" ?, Irli,,gn a Rile of rwi-Id from W .tW. aL the time. and oli i?hi' sibi: t, ther oair,a herray ?qall uhse?oredl the land, and conlpel ed Cplt :in FAine.r t i herae to. In rullnni:t her to ittlrr elt n-fl d top nails, a h-inv e.y t hr.k,. over r i?r ...i t no...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

IT is 23 undonbtcd truismn that the same tcases, teiang tiponthe saue materials, will produce the same results in all ages of the world. Herein c6nsists the value Of Listry.. It is instructive to turn to tha experience of other gold countries to guide us in forming an estimate of the emidencies of our' own. The appended extract from Southey's listory of Brazil contains much matter 4or contemplation, . n a sets forth many points of resent blance to our own experience, which it would be wll to contemplate. Brazil had,like Australia,astaple prior to the discovery of the mines. The gold v-as frtOni at shallow depths, was easily wosited, and few. were disappointed in dirging. The populatihin-rushed to the mines as ours hasz do~e; farms were nelected; and rich and poor were smit ren alike with the fever. SBut there are points of dissimilarity a lso. and these must be considered in speculating upon results.: The most ob vious of these was the existence of slavery in Brazil, and its non-exi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR STREET. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

OUR STREET. To the Ed;or of tfe Gedelony Av'erti:cr ar.nd Inteligencer. Ste,--Who are the true representatives of the people? I do reully consider that the Press of Victoria is, or ought to be the real represents tires. Others may, we hope they wll, do well; habut a newspaper carries with a ticket which takes it readily through every door. Oh! Sir, could we but know the cold damp that is often st, eek into the heart of a tyrant (and Via tonse has such) by the cool and calm truth in an Editorial column, we should scarce credit it. But why should I premise this? Beanse we look up to you for the aid of your ever reads pen, to retreve our wrongs and set as righti. I did, Sir, in a late epistle, I did, incidentally mention "our street;" will you pardon the in trusion of the same complaint5 Sir? Time was, when "oar street" was a thing that had not been, we remember it-well! In vain your attempt to discover the terminus, the exit or the entrance, and sundry parallellograms upon a; sheet of...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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EFFECTS OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE GOLD MINES. [SOUTHEY'S HISTORY OF BRAZIL.] [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

EfFEMTS OF THE DISCO'ERY OF THEII GOLD MINES. [socrm:¥c'snmsrorr or ur.aZl Tirs passion for mining is described 1w those who have witnessed it in Spanish America, to be a sort of madness,-at once the most acute aind chronic form of that disease which the love of gaming produces. Whoever, it is said, has once begun to use the technical language of the miners ceases to think of any thing else: from the first trial, although he may resolve that " shall be only a trial, the course of his future life receives its unalterable direc tion. - Ile has tasted of the insane root; he hears and repeats the common saying, that God has deposited the precious ores in the earth for those whom he has predestined to be the happy discoverers; applying this to hiniself, he determines that he will not be wanting to his own Jortune, and he engages the whole of his means in the search. Men. who. have been noted for prudence, and even for penuriousness, till they have been per suaded to adventure in mining, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

OPiII. January 5 --We have once more entered upon a newr year, with a brighter prospect (may it prove si) for New South Weals, thaln on any previous annivergary of January flnce the foundation of the colony. But we most not eount the chikekns" before thee" are latehell, neither mast we prematurely estimate the proidtableneis of gold mining inl Astrsale, fir it costs gold to get it everr where and ary wnhere. A man paid at a certain rate per ,lien fir his labour, knows that at the end of every day, Iay. every hour, he has -arned -,nethia.":, nit M, the g.id di--e, he mar roil hhn! all d.sy no ler a Itltrian_ sin, or in 'eetirtir shower's, withtaut ;;nV gain, or eanu-h gold. to hiv a l..ef oir a ,teamer: iis ie, i.s n , i rif ;': of, chance, a per?ls ter tory; the st;;ini.,n :. In-uret's a c-ammat, certant. ; the ltter may ealculate wi:h a -a -i-t, t|he fonnme .gees an; hope and hlawbor hard, far nil, ?ac.h is the dia?rrenee ubtween the enmamon dli er and the anmmon Lhbobrer. But yet,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WARDIYALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

\WARnnIYALr.ocI.--craps of intelli gence from the new gold field continue to be ftavorable; but as yet none of the ro-eularly-nppointed partie have sct to work. Ordero were recti-red in town yes-terdi; for more cr,.dires and we ha,,e heard on ge?,1 ;uthority that oe very large anag.t has been dug front the elate. Orhe party .ecured three oances in one morning before breakfast; and the field is so eotensive, and water En rientifi!, th:t rnmuh difference of opinion prevaile mb to tL.e he't 1p'rnS tor break rgnmnul. Giaon the vhole the prospects of good yields are more encouraging' than at Mlount Alexander during the dry season. ACCIDErNT.- On Sunday afternoon, a horse and cart containing two children belonging to Mr Sands, were seen tearing down the road that leads towards town from MIr Knight's, the Occan Child. The wheel cane in contact with a stump of a tree and tile cart overturned, when the poor children were thrown violently to the ground. They were taken to. the nearest public ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

SYDNETY Tan middle district of New South Wales ap pears to have suffered more than usual from the prevalence of thunder stornms. We copy the tidiowing from the Herald of the 8th in etant : TUcNrDEaTea't -- 'lh1 district, and cE pecially the reilhboarhood of Richmond and Tilberfonre, was on Tuesday, the 30th ult., visited by a terrieic storm and hurricoue, which lssted about an hour, or perhaps more, doing serious damage to several farm houses and property of all descriptions. The damage dome to the property of Mr. Powell, of Rich mond Bottoms, is reported as being over l300, and several ot:her indivdnils have snfferea to large amounts. The miaze crop, especia:lv it the Kurrvjong, is said to be most seriously in jured. DeiTn roost Ltnrcr?s.- young woman, named Sarah Nixon, was, at Ricbmond during the thunderstorm on Tuesday, killed by the electric fluid. Her father and 'niother, to gether with some children; were in the room I with her at the time; and both parents were' struck down ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

NEW IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHI ENT. RYRIE-I'TREET, GcEELO', G. iR EDERICK P".UER hbgs to inform the public of (4eelong and neith honrirla,!, and tlhe Se'tlers and Farmers of :F'. We7rern District. that he ha' re ceived :he first portion of his supplies of G, E ERA L IRONMONGER Y, Iman. XUrTr.S Pa?5TS, &e., EX "CHRISTABEL," " WOOD STOCK." " CLAUD." " ZET LAND," " ABERFOYLE," and having alseady built a larce and convenient store, begs reolrectfnlly to enlicit orders for any of the :rticles in there extensive departments of trade, either WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. F. B having had ex ensive esperienre in the business which he has commenced Ih th in England and shr 'ad, and having Tmade arrangements which sill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Beit Enalish jIan,ufaeturer.. can with confidence solicit a share of ;:liic patrona2e. layring selected Geelong as his p-r nsarent place of residence, F. B. is more lesirous, f obtainine the lasting pre ferenca of purchasers to the less...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, 19TH JANUARY. (Before His Worship the Mayor, J. F. Strachan, Esq, M.L.C., and Foster Fyans, Esq., J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, 19it JAnuArY. (Before His Worship the Mayo-, J F. Strachnn, Esq, 31.L.C., and Foster Fvans, Esq., J P ) Robert Brown,. Willis Themas, and Alexan der Gullender; were fined in sums varying from So to 10s for initoxication the previous day. Assacr.nst A COsTAnnL?.-Henry Brooks and John Dar were plrceed before their Worships, charged by the Chief Constable, with violently assaultingConstable Young, when in the exeen tion of his duty. The prisoners were remanded till a future dra, Yonng being too unwell from the eficets of the violence of the two assailants, to attend the Court. Conuea o-r losctr.--Ellen Duckelt, wh?tm our readers m.v remember miinaged to obtain a free passage to this place from iHobart Towen ,by the IHenr Edward, and who is strongly sus pected of being a runaway prisoner of the Crown, was chargel with stealing a cheque from one of her recenoly found male acquaintances in Gee long. The prosecutor, however, feiling to appear, the chare was onlrdered...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

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Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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