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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

... i. r o N s.-The Al ship t. B t1 n n0 eN f r ito r. Fr nrirs Royce. O* w- ifl _tr t ship it .i.rfeti new. . 0 «d . O thi a nre, n t O a K0t .o n. I ned "ttluo' a *l f Orj~ t it tao hiplor.ti Wool. oi r nC ur.?i' pa? n fore ati rgus) apr, s r tn, b . ntion foa the caTcei of K VtId irlee ti ed For felO'nt Plpssae. . rg, tto'n is r sn rl the di 001). ltil o r to f etit ,tp - Oe to ^ . bod tihr "FO~1n'. Will a r i gInt will be given to 0:1 :Co' ti1 Wrl? tF t GoRE 9 " . no t tof tentu to i nt p l OltCO L Oj & N.. - . _ R n -o C N direct. - The fined ni |l ons burhedn, WILIto OGaRWOOD p .' .r ~e 'r p loctinO of her Cator bing en iTthe een'o~-ilmeet writh q uio k deopttoh. Hol 'I th s aferne gh- ; VGEOGE D5OML CRE F- ttoIWO 0ao ;rrd tm s n Co, eeloog tool helbourne. 0a e ,e the fne A d b iru EC Hnt. 'R , fine tn, er. T rTnv o0ntamder. This splendid , l ennl5 ,"1tore po set f1ron Cnnrneo end to St eih i ed . or feeihl or l nortio In op etr-- n ofhenmo dntios) arppIy to "20 )?p.SS...

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

31fELBOURNF. J.auuare 1.-Favorite, tMarue, front Sdine, Posengers -3ir anld Mrs Dmnn and chili, Mr J. W. Waitero, Mlr D. Williamton, Mr Fl hxtuan, Mr C Him, and thirta-three iri tte steerge. ??e.ts 17.--Dart, brig from S- dte. Pas oaengers- Mr and Mrs Gray, Mr IIa.te. Mr nuaIern , Mr G. Kieven, CG Jenkins, IMr Biigb, Mr Blair, anti fifty-frin tihe steeraZ3. Januarry t8.-Anne and Jane, xrque, from Shanghai ia Adelside. Eight passengers in the steeraig. January 19. -S-ttesman, ship, from Geelong en route for Lonlon. January 18.-LU'nhlnon, scostonor, from Ade. l.i-Je. Proengers-3fsssrs Sims:n, Morgan, itrood, iferers. and twelve in the steeraoe. SAILEm. .lJnttrar 18.- Phamutom. tir Srdner. Per Favortte--310" bis sugar, 9 casks vine gar, 80 bhgs t?or. 10 hhd- rum. 20 hbundles spades and shovels. it bales blankets, 6 trunks e!ope, 2 bales da, 5 car?oteels curront-, Grilfiths, anaing antd C?.; 20 kegs butter, t case oil mrn's store.s, G and T. Ifarker; I package epirits, - cases cherry br...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

(`+tat~tsrt9~ch. nnv. %3 tint 14"1 up.s 1:YQ:I.L:Citttt hartn. Intl tans. Wr. D~tth!,i mnu:,r, Y11s!htrhin. in-anll car:C. t):l I:n111·1a· (Traem31 Su.1 Cyr-nzn l [:.ir R4L$. rF~-' :; tt~, [",i~i n^. - Ittx tnr ~r."ý,ip. 4 tLrn', I'"m Dur au:, m.ter !-AM o ttrm~tr Bnl br\T ~nba r~uc e St1 ton.. J~:ra D,·iin' matt? r" tr"+nt Ilohhllt ·r n. .1 G. (:nrr tent J1tge CAI:. bantar, ?63 tint, (:r r." Ksiant , ma .-or. 1..tdin_ ter iPo .Ien. ' II sil trit:l Ci.t..teh. It rtlsoo. bargur, Qi t..n. W. We.-_ht ms~cr, toittinz for Lou lnn. teil protrttlr snit th~sti rith. J~mkson i tiosrc, ba~gu, 311 tons, W. R alhrr, m s,rr, din char;=loc snan nl carp, from .trCnleen. S:rattan 1.n4 Co., Hunts.. ar G1IJ bri_3?t1nC, 121 bt.ntIsisit ? :toy Itouttn, btjt m, 3 t1 Liu.. . C. P rptctnsmtt tcr,ilirchrrin. mutt~r carroirtn London. Wi lion~ t-inro.· re..r. r ClD~r, toaoouor 7. nn, G. Pitt. nlatcr. T "m Itoblrt r*St;t:tto. birgne, 31: t",on, I. Goono-.d, millte. Ilfd art for Loni·n.. \It ~e. t Itih ti m ,m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 January 1852

BIRTH, At her residence, Emu Hill, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Joseph Linton of a daughter.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

NEW IRONMONGE RY RESTABLISHMENT. RYRIE-STREET. GEELONG. FREDERICK BAR.ER begs to inform the public of Geelong and neigh bourhood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he has re ceived the first portion of his suanlies of GEN ERAL IROINMONGER Y, IRON, MfTErLS. PSIxTS, &c., EX "CHRISTABEL,' " WOOV D STOCK," "CLAUDI" "ZET LAND," " ABERFOYLE." and having al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfully to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either WHIIOLESALE OR RETAIL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abr 'ad, and having made arrangements which nill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Bert Enqlish Iranrufacturerrc, can with confidence solicit a share of public patronage. Having selectd 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 e...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

pv T1II, TS for quiet respectallc poAa ia i(te familyv. For refrence, sp T t, fora in of years, St. 1 o -rd1, f le. r m, t ce tr} s 3lt ar , ,. m L s r -? -atoI . n of osiloI ?-?-Odi- rx ofl tli ifrt Te i:ohstr atTe S d, ro tn ? .le tryi. S r in am E Rin lneu e rO C hurrf r. I cI witlh. crs ni E l ntd ;. ar[ of paihid), o oET--11 ? O ?TEL, oi - A n~l.- 11 lre of Is.La' orOY orpt'Pi os at att oie oth d I'er Tle ar lany t y age AD O R-- Eun 30prsn, lately t qtor l ta- t ms-i AaYntme fr )"ltdoon reet.ae , t it,a ar LidsIP ' ~ Y tt o. W lS)' t lean- i t fýO or three Car-iers for the ris oolt l ,l i ll, l bel. othn a , t fo r " ar "r int ?O ol ies. w ph dra, oeC, t e., for sale. tTCPII RESS -N- ' Apply at rh ofie of tPiltrs PprTe higtrhet age'r urn ias roIOmr n l c ,stea c'! ea In s-n. 7 nsTi by a young person, lately ao 10 rlloor. a usi ot on a0 . N...... . ,r in d ta spc:ae t 0e0rrc?s..- cai be rgiSr .-t G.-a ' -'o-, .?, . rIoz d r. a lotoosh.l stA cr. TVT- T DT achers, for Christ T.?1...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

By O'Farreil -&S,.n, FPJur-wheel Car ri3ge. T'LirIFsnar, JA:. 2. By J. G, Carr, at II, Furniture. B; J. G? Ca.r, on tie grouu:d, Suburban Lots, near the ?hearer's Arms. By J I. nHttn & Co. at 12. Materials of Cotage; at l, 5 Ailouments of the Hermitage EIstate. Fa?r?v, JAN. 23. By J. G. Carr, Clearing Sala. 'I UF.SDa, JaN. 27. By J. . utton & Co, at 1, Town Re s:dence. FOR HOBART TOWN. To Sail early on the 22nd instant, (To-mor'row.) --{ 'i gME brigantine ",HENRY 4g t. -EDWARD," 83 tons, Captain Dlvi on, being all ready for sea, has too,,. for a few tons of light freig:;t, and a limited oumber of passen gers. Apply to the master on board. July 20, :S8. THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. Open Every Erveinn (Saturday ex'cepted.) THIS EVENING, Wednesday, the per formances will codmmence with the popular dr,na of ZARAH; -r, Tw GIPSY QUEEN. SONG ............ ... Mrs WEBaran. Dance ............... 3rs Srtuas. To he succ=eded by the farce of WHAT HAVE IDONE. Sorg ......... Mr ...

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GEELONG REGATTA COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

GEELONXG REG AT1 COMMIT TEE. A meeting of the Committee took place yesterday evening at 3Ir Donneily's Corio-street, for the purpose of fixing the details of the ensuing Regatta. The Secretary informed the meeting that up wards of £220 had been collected, and that another £100 could be safely calcu lated upon. Mlr Patterson was voted to the Chair, when the following plan of the proceedings was adopted. 1st. Race.-Lighters, first prize £15 second do £8; entrance £1 Is. 2nd Race.-Whale boats not pulling more than five oars; first prize £25; second prize £10; entrance £1 Is. 3rd. Race.-Long boats or first class sailing boats, being of twenty feet keel or upwards; first prize £15; second prize £S ; in this and the two preceeding races, third boat to save its entrance; four boats to start or no race; entrance £1 Is. 4th. Rlae.-Amateur rowing match, with boats not pulling more than four .r ne; one prize of £15; three boats to enter or no race: entrance £1 15. 5th. Race. -Whale boats net p...

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THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

THE CENSUS. [From the 'Athenmrum.'] A Qet' r f4A of the censuso returns raucke om th :l31st of March has beeln given to the vpr:lic recentict . B3y a fortunate coincidence, the general totals of tile American census, taken last year, ar rived at the same time; so that out of I the two sets of tables, we are able to measure the absolute progress of the An.glo-Saxon race in its two ?r:anddivi sio.,E and to compare the laws of their. respective growths in relaticfn to each oth?r and to the rest of the wor!d. The population of Great Britain--of course not including Ireland-is as fellows: Great Britain and Islands in the British. Seas, 10,184,687 males, and 10,.734,844 fenales-total number of persons ......... 20,019531 England & Wales. 8.754,554 males, and 9,151,277 fe males-total number...... 17,905,831 Scotland, 1,363,622 males, and .1,507,162 females- total anm.ber .............. 2,870,784 Islands in the British Seas, 66,511 males, and 76,405 females-total number ... 142,916 ...

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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY, 20TH JAN. (Before Foster Fyans, Esq., J P.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Tr-sns.t, 20mr Ja.?. (Before Fo-ter Frans, ESq., J P.) Dac.Fsan.t.-jFrancis Kavenagh an:c Charles W\illmin, were fined 5s each for drankenness the previous day, and Michael ?res, who had been idulgdin too freely, and not harvin re covered from the effeetl, as ornered to be lockee nu for 24 hours, in order to sober him; lioieurtY IRoeazcr.-Thomas Lioyd, lias Short, Elizabeth Wilkinson, and E;iri Daweo alias Hennessey, were raced beefre the sttin? wmgitrate, charged with itting a streei robberron,the person of John Phillip, on the ni-ht of Monday last. The male pris;ner was indicted as prindrr.al, and the two women as ccvssories to the Act. The Chief Consah!le stated the acas to the Bench. About 2 o'clock, the prerions evenei:s, he was informed that a fe-s. of the name of Phillips had been knocked down ant robbed at the corner of Union-astreet. le p-aoee-l! to Phiiip' tonse, cnd found him snering severe'.r from the violncr h had just. uIertone, his face s-ina deiscosour...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

SNEWW ZEALANfD., From the 'Wellington Independent' Wa perceive that the iuauguration of the Municipal Corporation for the borough of Auckland, 'took place on the tadl November last. Mr. Archiball Clark was choeena 3Mayor for the current year, and Mers. P. Dignam, L 'Neil, Win. Punstateh,and William Mason, Aldermen. His Excellency Lieutenant-Governor Wynyard, the Chief Justice, and all the military, naval, and civil oflicers con nectel with Government, were present at the ceremony.

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ABSTRACT OF GOLD NEWS. (Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

ABSTRIACT OF GOLD NEWS. (Goulburn lcrald.) We have little to recor on this sub ject, in consequence of many having left the minesu for harvest and other purposes. Numbers ha?e been obliged to quit the Soutlhera diggings in consequence of the best portion of the knowa nines being in the hands of those who are absent, or who having monopolised various claimsl in the only paying portions rerimaining,/ are holding out for a heavy price before&' they sell; but purchasers are not illinpgl to risk their money to any great'eatentc for an u::knowu value, which at best can only be looked upon as a hazardous: cnt':rprise. Se.cral untoward events have lately; taken place :t he Turon diggings. It is in cotcemplation to supply the pop:lantion of the 'uron with regular appointed ministers of religion, to be mnaiutain?al by the din ers and others disro-edl to contri ::te to the support of tille lecess.ry f nctin ;:tries, tfr the regu1!ar p?-r::rmnrce of dirine worship t lere. 1'ur ornres of...

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ADVANTAGES OF THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

I:I?INTAGlS o T;11 A TUSTRAl LL A GOLD FE ER. (From Punch, September 13.) Good friends, let us all shake Lands; but that is not enough. Lev us .ll em brace as our foreign friends do, and make a Great Exhibition of ourselves, by rushing into each ether's arms. Ring your bells, good pe6ple; send up your rockets, let off your erackes andl your cannon, blow your trumpets, beat your rumis, hurl your hats aloft, and hooray with all your hearts and with all your launs! We bare ot a California of our own. There is a col.nial El Dorado near Balhurst in New South WVales. The 'Times' s-ys that the ' Syney Morning. herald' says that the ' :athurst Free Press' says that a Mir. Irargraves has discovered t.e feact that " the country from the mountain ranges to an in definite extent in the interior, is one' immense gold field." Literally no endl of g ld in a British dependency ! The most precious of minerals-Britannia metal! !Happy mother country ! Happy, happiest of ca!cnies! ArsvCF t.T Felix -Fel...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE MITCHELL'S FLAT HOAX. (Adelaide Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE 3MITCHELL'S FLAT HOAX. (X=delaide Times.) Ins Government' have placed them selves in a pretty'position by the Mit chell's Flat hoa:. Last week they issued a Government notice, in which they dis tinctly stated that gold had been found in that>lbealiiy, and that they were pre pared to measure off plots of ground and issue licenses : and this week they con tradict it. We are not going to withdraw the blame we have already imputed to Messrs Stephen and Freeman in the afiair, but their Lla:r.eworthiness is no excuse for the disgraceful hoax the government has allowed to be played off on the public: What Messrs Bouncy and Babbage know now, they onuht to have known, and re ported to the government from the first. On such a mission as that of testing the accuracy of a reputed discovery of gold, I they were bound to see that they were not misled, and to have weiched wel the probable c ect of every -ward in their oficial report. But what :vas the course they actually p...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

CALIFORNIA, Some sensation appears to have been caused at San Francisco by reports said to be pablishel in the iate-t English jouirnals as to a triple alliance between Great Britain, France. and Spain, in or der to curb the aggressive extension of the United States. It is confidently stated that these three powers: were c a ged in discussing the protocols .of a treaty, offensive and d-fensive, whose main object is the repression, of the ambition of the American Republic, and. the confinement of her people to her pre sent boundaries. It is needless to add, that the.democratic party are furiously indignantat this. They are not surprised at the " Britishers," they affect to treat the haughty Spaniards' with contempt; but that France --" Red Republican' France-shonld assist in checking or opposing the adrance of human liberty is indeed disgusting'., Therefore, say they, "this triple alliance maust be looked to and contended against." Our: readers wvill imagine the bombast and fustihn in...

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KERGUELEN'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

KERGUEG'LEN'S ISLAND. Fnot a recentiv published " Narrative of John Nunn," edited by Dr. B. Clarke, of Ipswich, we gather that the existence of coal on Kerguelen's Island is placed beyond doubt. Should the deposits be considerable, they will prove invaluable as supplying a fuel depot to steamers running between these colonies and the Cape. Subjoined is an extract from the work referred to: " Captain Sir James Ross remarks 'Whether the coal be in sutficient abun dance ever to be of commercial im porrnce we had not the opportunity of ascertaining; but at the present dapy when stems vsgels are traversing every portion of the ocean, it 'mar not be un worthy a more extended examination; fir in no situation would it be more d- sirable to have a coal devot than at this island, lri.ng as it does immediately in the high road to all our Indian and Aus tr-alin colonies, abounding with excel lent harbours, and a convenient distance from the Cape of Good Hope.' Captain Ross also observes:-- The ...

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. Nil. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

. M E !. n -OUR ,N E . AERIYOD. Nil. C.A.EED oT. Iannary 19-Susane. hrir. for H?rnilrg. Piaetge:s-R. Burstener and C. Ititter. SAII.ED. Brillia:t, for London. Pilor, for Hobart Town. It~he a, for Hobart Town. Vixen, for Launeeston. Thonie:s and H(nry, for Sydner. ExPOatTS Per Susanne 425 bales wol 30 Scas tallow, 12. hides, 12 doz. kangaroo skins, 50 sheep skins 4325 horns, 61 tons hobns and bones, 411 vz. gold, 2 boxes specimens.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

'D o NT.-The Al ship oNmmondr. T, 'otk n ? hpor t sh persof wool r -d t O s n -f t - Pot,,,cd b any `hiprc cnons)pp - 1 to Enland are I at ra,,ion fro, the offcrs io S re-- ?-n v.yo For rreight or posage, "Io..hl A C1.ctynrs o3 r tonmrST ItoPSOro, 31, t r _ln he - - -pOl tken on to Cn-t G 0d hoard the "CaOe Wllt " . .l ,o then ou ai t a n ill, be . en to ShllP' to this cffi" ptOTI N LO DO N.-The Al ship ? o " lrnt. ommsnter, has go To n fr o_.nts Fo, freghtrpassageaP 1T t S .ALGE't __T lGORE_ & Co. t Lns N direct. - The fine 14 J ý AIrque' u Ghe1RD . clIL .ed at Llor'? ._or 1eyrs Wh'rle oat er polon of her emo ring?-n Tr tohis reent wilt mt wrrit, quirk doupateb. o ao i0rn j te or thn. I O St t aommoeation AfrcDbin "Ft. Appty to Wt .... Ross, Co., Otelont and Melbourne. FOR LO-DON, to load at Point :,toe. h fin oeA barlue FCR\ 'R r mad, her ou ne _age from Gruoeend to or phllio In ehl hl n ys. F iht or Of-,ctoýbe CO., orWro.rr Ti hS. t TEAMER VESTA.-In Consequence of the dia...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

The " hiro" of miners at Mount Alex ander is "swarming," and where the main body will alight remains to be seen. With a probable five months duration of warm dry weather, during which the isaimstreams must be explored, there will Ie ample scope for the genius of prospecting discovrers. In the interval what will the governmeht be doing by way of preparation for the rush which will assuredly take place on the setting in of the rainy season ? We commend the question ti the cartful consideration of the powers that be. ThE TuET-ra, -3? r Decring is cer tainly the cleverest, most persevering, and most successful manager that has ever had our theatre in action. The manner in which he has sustained the eanply of navelties to nightly audiences during the present season, has been very creditable; and he has now crowned his efarts by securing the services of the most celebrated, comedian in this part of the world. Mr George Coppin arrived in' 3elbonrne a few days ago, and the playgoers of the ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

SYDNEY SHIPP1NS . AaRSrED.-January 9-Dan Juan, schooner, from Wellington. 12 - Commodore. harque, from Melbourne. 12-Wild Irish Girl, brig, from M31bolrne. S.lULE.-Janoaary 9- Kaie, shir, Captin lrr?lrick, for Lidon.- 10-Bride, schonner, for She Sonth Sea Islan:s I -TVnquish, schooner, ;ir 3elbcornp. 11 -Waterloo.ship, for Ceyon. I l-E:lmma, lrig, for Ifohart Town. 12-Bar lin:ton, U. S. ship, for Ceylon. 12-Queen of Sheba, slip, fer 3Me!bnrne. WEDNESDAY 310.NING, JANUARY 27.

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