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

At St. James' Cathedral, Melbourne, on Tues-   day ,the 13th, by the Venerable the Archdeacon   Macartnet, Mr John Semken, to Ann, sixth daughter of the Mr West of Williamstown.    

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HORRIBLE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 January 1852

HORRIBLE DEATH.---We read the following in the Piedmontese Gazette : There was lately discovered in the Valais, the dead body of a young man from Evo- lena, who disappeared five years ago.   The following are the details of this strange event---This young man had re- quested permission from his master to proceed on a hunting excursion, which was at first refused but subsequently granted. He departed and was never seen again alive ; persons were despatched in all direcetions, but in vain, and there could be no doubt that he had perished. A few days ago some hunters, passing by an almost inaccessible spot, and which had been untrodden by human feet for a length of time, were not a little startled on perceiving, beneath an arched rock, the body of a man whose leg lay beneath an enormous lump of rock. His cloth- ing, which was in a good state of preser- vation, enabled them to identify the man who they had given up for lost. The body itself was easily recognized; not far fr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

NE\\ IRO9NONGERY EST A BLISH MENT. ? YR IE-s Ti' EET. GREELO(G. F R EDERICK BAUER bugs to inform the public of Geelong and neich bourhood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western Distric:. that he ha- re ceived the first porti;n Cf his supplies of GE.ERAIL 1ROIN0KOGERY. Iaoo. MearI.s. P:rTS, &er., EX "CHIRIS'TABEL," " WOOD STOCK." "CLAUD,. "7ZET LAND.t " "AIIERFOYLE." and having al eadyv built a large and convenient store, begs repapectfuily to solicit orders for any of the articles in tihse extensive depirtments of trade, either TVIHOLE.O'ALE OR RETAIIL. F. B. having had ex enaive experience in the bu-iness which he has commenced b th in England and a!r ad, ar.d having made arrangements which nsill enable him to receive regular supplies from the c Bnst Eith naVl.s? 1antfwturer.s, can with confidence solicit a share of , :?blic patronaze. iHav'ing select'd Geelong as his p~r narneit place of residence, F. 11. is more Sdesirous ,f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purc...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN, 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

A3STR.ACT OFSALmI B1 AUC1IOU1 'LIuuRssar, SIlt. 22. By J G, Cart, at 11, Furuitute. B J. t(. Carr, on tie ground, Suburban Lots, near the hPearer's Arms. By J . Ilunon & C. at 12, Materials of Cottage ; at I, 5 Allotmentsa of the Hermitage Estate. By Carver & Dalton, at half'past 12, Sheer skins, Tallow and Hides. By J. G:(.arr, at II, Books. By J. G. Carr, a, 1, Land. FaruAv, JAN. 23. By J. G. Carr, at It, Mierchandize. SATUeDAIY, JAN. 24. By O'Farrell and Son, Hors- Stock. 'I'UESD?Y, JAN. 27. By J. B. ItuttouFa& Co,at L, Town Re e:deucl.

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ROMANTIC AFFAIR IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

RoMANTIC AFF.Ailtl I PARIS. -The Droit says -" 3. D . ,a merchant of the quarter Montmartre, maintained for some years an intimate connexion with Lucia B , a native of MIilan. About a month ago she noticed that he became cold towards her, and seemed to labour under some anxiety. In answer to her questions, he admitted that in compli ance with the wish of his fimily he was ai,,t to marry a wealthy heiress. On this she flew into a. furious passion, and had a violent nervous athack. She then sent back the valuable presents he had made her, and announced to him that on the day of his marriage she would kill herselflaefore him and his bride. " he merchant took every precaution to pre <.ar her fron Iraruina where the mar riage was bto e celebrated. He succeeded, and it took ple on Saturday. But it was obseroed that daring the ceremony he was labouring und^.r a great anxiety, antd at tile dinner- also his gloom conti nued. Towards the end of the dessert all prospect of the dread...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

PT IIPPERS OF GOLD. - The r'i e.?o to sail on tloe .rd instant, will he - j . io or alonon iSr n ttor. are, _ o . , . T.. l n ea rO ~J O GOCLD)-Tie~ UzIdpr e 1o.11 t O I Co. d-;1er tin i g entored into Drrao.He, ht t ri! L at-r *rret ridel t r noTW pr,,p.requt maet irLo . re' c 'om d.11 Parties Wi.hin to w1 wLll 8 Ir at al aCo ..ova .he tihnt yarset pte ce.r--' rof o .?~ni . .a.e~~ _. _-_ - -.?y,??\c 1 Landn dclnjtisposed otf his *! ?" 1) £ 'oi, .osa p the VpOTllEChfRIlSl ny HcL'S a elUe' tan Dr. hbn tl qu tto nOr , i in Tle W LE M Ce., roo eon carried oa0 .nun, dne td lohnoelf or the compyn Y be, pali Ge ot orl autmn ., at.ER.- Apotloearies' ain , aiRl,e S~r it be Ca "aiilt elschto on r i . .ot .nd l tol eompan Fi"ED. 1mo. TOWlED elt151._ ___ _ ____ r n t~lI TeNGA c -S DER, from Upper I) n d tonl.stire aet London, accredirted editor of t olO Coo-'a Loe?ur on Sutere, deemonstatrator, Aftle o- dnhao treoty years teacher of Medico on t ern. in London and abone tlirty yearL G r clomle ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

FOIL HOBART TOWN. To Sail early oam th 22nd inur1lnt, (This Day.) 7i Ig tE brigaintine 11 PENRY K '11 k R.)," 63 to aD! II D vi on, Iaeirn, ali r,',,dy t,,, i, h is roo (,Jr a few. In, if lionof ri ,; iwl a I niil ii aiim 'l'r o4 ranEed ;r f + ite mnaeterot Ioltoad, July 20, 665. THEATR1E ROYAL, GEELONG. Openr Ecers Eceninq, (,Saturdq?t excepted.) 'IlIS EVENING, Tursday, the per, fonrna:ces will commence with a new Drama, entitled THE XEGRO OF WIVAPPIlG, Dance......MI's Stubbs. Song ............Mr Holloway. Song.............Mrs Webster. Song........Mr Deering. To conclude with ZARAH. Great preparations are being made for the production OF , A NOVEL DRAMA. FOR WHItIIc AN IMllfENSE VESSEL Is being exp-essly built and Rigged. Boxes, 4s.; Pit, 2o. Doors open at half-past seven, commence at eight oclock. Half-price as usual. NOTICE. Mr Dee ing hein r determined to the u most extent of his power to gratify his Patrons, begs to announce that at an ENOR.OUS E\PESE he has engaged that INrSII...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

SYDNEY. Frrf.s of the Sydney papers have reached us to the 13th instant. Judge Dickin son's pamphlet on the propriety of form ing an Upper Chamber similar to the British House of Lords was causing con sideratle discussion. The Herald takes a decided part a;uinst the propsitio ; at thi smn' time ive's the learned judge rr'at credit fr othe a ,lee disasicoatc Inxa:ner in which he has intra;duele the proposal. 'rhe HIan. Ir. George Hill has resigned his p- st of fMayor of the City. of Sydney, through ill health. This is the second time he has raeatsd the office of Mayor before the expiration oif the M?r'e'-i"t. Tle f,'!owing letter, was addressrd by him to the To^wn clerk f r the inufrttion of thf Ci~ty -; rpor' tion " To John tRae, Eq., Town Clerk of the City of S-dner. Q:een-.itret, Sorr ills, I tli Janiry. 1852. Sini-The state of my :'ith rin,lderi;, it danlgerous fir me to undertake the duties of my office, I herehv resign my seat as Councillor of the City of Sydney, lV anl Mayor f...

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, 21ST JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

POLCE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, 21ST JAxCARTY. This mornitl, Hlis Worship the Mfayor, Alder mian Thomson, and Captain Frans, took their oeats on the Bench, bhot nothing worthy of recent rime before the publie. Alderman Thompson made it knorn from the Bench that the Act of the 15tb Tictoria, No. 12, to restrain the practice of gambling and nsing obscene language was now in frce, and the sitting magistrates were determindl to carry out its operation in full force. We publish the Act for the information of our readers: AN ACT TO RESTRAIX TIIE PRACTICE OF GAMBLIYG AND TItE USE OF O'tCENE LANGUAGE. [ASSEOTED TO rut JA.AN'ARY. (Preamble. Punishing for Gaming and use oaoebscene lrenusce.) VHEREAD it is e?peilet St b mate prnvhen for rho mntreflneally retraini,8 t.e p-air-l of Lonm. briarn and the are of obscene larteuage: BE IT EN A'TED by Hit Exlcellerey the Lieotrnant-Gorernor of the Colony of Virctria. by and wilth Ute lvi-e and ern ent of the rtristiarve C..mnril the ol, that lrom and after t...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

CALLPUti SA. We have news from California to the 20th of October. The report that the Vigilance Committee had dissolved, is stated by the Ata California to be wholly without foundlation. We do not notice, however, that any further punishments had been inflicted by this body, althoaugh it was fir from being inactive. Theoflicers of the Committee had been in communication with severenl of the authorities, incliding the French Corsl, and in all instances they appeared to have received pro nmies of support. They were about to proceed a',inst the edlitor of the Evening Picayune, on account of some offeosive arricles in his paper. Public Meetrits haid boon hell fir the purpl:se of expre-silnt sympathy with the inhal itnris of Cuba in thleir t re:i .--J, r " lil,e'." an .' seription- woere bein rai-ed fir the ipurp .e ,f firtl:erin' this eolnet. \We nl-o observe an occrlnt of a riot, t I S ll .TnI d'l SUr. Anriferols qnirtz is reportel to bire born found in the city of Sin Francieco in con...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

ADELAIDE. THERE is a panic in :Adeltide at present. We have made diligent eaqquirv as to the real ground of this panic, and htvne ascertained the foltlowing facts. A great deal of the present emhl.rrassment is tractablo to the old mining losese of eighteen months -tanling. After these cane a drought which was un airal!eled for the last ten years. Next followed a very wet winter 5 tichl stopped communication, and eo?ced farther enlbarrasment. An exeellont clip of wool, how ever, a .oslt nlan?nifient corn 1harvest, ad.l the irospect of reoat prd-perity in the h:siness of our chief mining company led every one to ex pect Ihat all would le put rig?t this summer. dlat before this promise of prosperity col!d he rea!ised the news of the grlld ei. , .s in the enitcrn colonies arrived; sine a which there hs been a centitned endiration of air tult male population. Instead, iherelbre, of the expected impravnetent in summer, the previous emrnarass netit hrls been eeriously increaosed. The Sytln...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

INDIA. Madras papers to the 2nd of Septem ber confirm the report, that the Indian authorities intend to despatch a military force to Aden, for the purpose of calling some of the native chiefs in that quarter to account for outrages committed against British subjects. They also mention an outbreak of the MIoplahs, a tribe of fanatics in Malabar. The in sarrection was sudden, and not very f-rmidable, having been put down after the loss of a few lives. The seapoys who were first seat against the insurgents were repulsed, and it was- neec.ssary to order against them a detachment of fifty men of H.\1 94th, of whom four were killed in the final skirmish.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

CAPE OF GO3D HOPE. TaE post, which left Graham's Town on the 18th of October, reports the head quarter's divi sion of the Lancers as expected to reach King illiam's Town on the 17th. On the 15th, a colnmn of nearly 1000 men, including a stronr deiachment of the Rifles, marchedl from Kin William's Town for the Chumic Valley, with the object of intercepting llacomo's hoirdes, if they should be driven by General Somerset and Co'onel Mlichel, from the Water Kloof, and attempt to take reftuge in the Aeatola Noua tains. The Kafftrs had recommenced their de predations in Lower Albany. The Assistant Commissioners were about to proceed to the Sovereignty. Afilirs in that province had assumed a nore enconrageng aspectL Mosh~h continned to profess peaceable intentosis, and supplies of prvisins had been procured from his conrfry for the tlnn of Blarms Fantoin. A deputation fr rn tle- Trans-X..,! Emi',mai., haeeled by a son of A. W. J. Pretorina had visited Ble?m Funtein, hearing. a comnmlnictio...

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MR. JUSTICE DICKINSON'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

?.6. JUSTICE DICKINSON'S PA3MPHLET.: . (From the Sydney Herald.) TnE qnestion whether our Legislative body shall be continued I! its present ',,It, or whether, in virtne of the powers cone:rred he Parliament, it hall ereiar'e r' tcist of two clhalm rs, andi if so, of wri ' ru sriaIs the unper house shall he con structed, andi ia hose hiands the appointment of its imemere shall he rested, is one poln which, iotwithstanding its importauce, the colonists hare :s vet exprese.l i.o formal opinion, either in the Legislative Council, where it has to bhe determined, or out of doors. An· t it is one that inl?lvesso many' clliateral questions, and tonches s cloolr upon the points at issue betweetn the atooratte and the dlemcritie elements of onr Seicty. that to iop: for its heini, disinsse?l with Mint at :nowrbiry f polittc,l tenpr, or for i:s Ltin "tertbli nitl, i.u?%b itin.r a;,prvochintlor nsa itniry of jud4t,met would be simply che mer:caL The pamphlet which his Rotor has just snb tiittei...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

3IAERmUtLS. THE effect produced in Puort Lnis hy the An. tralian glli news mar be inferred fr.,i, the fol lowing, extracted from the Commerciri Gazette of November 24: "The news we lately pnbliihed from the di - girg; of New South Wales and South Australia hare caused more than one to east a longing look towards these El Dorados, and we ,r in formed that s?veral persons talk seriously of treing their fortunes there. The impulse that will be given to commerce will !b immense, and we must exaect a cnnsi!erahle demand for sn?uirs from this i?lan, which will bhe one comr?erza tion for any dechne in the London market. "As for the diting . those whlo go there must be preparedl to undergo great rriration, and we consider it far preferable to filow more certain ccupations, rather than run the risk or the di-appointment which too often occurs to those who are strangers in a country, and no vices in the industry they propose to follow. "In the first three nmonths of this year, CJli fornia, wi...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

t blppfng rntriffjcrtcr *taniarc 21.-1- aii.L R "ikh, lrig, 156 teA's. P. Minter, tmasier. fromn Meilrerne. "Tamnur 21. - Alice, cutter, 25 tons, It. Don Ki:i. master, from Mfehiou.;c. Ieaumrv ' 1 L.-hlir, snchooner, fromu Iobart town, tIbroBTe. Per Ldla R !ir-1 punnehon. 1 hhld., 21 naus rum. 14 eoaie whjstii.. Ir6 cases gin, Nantes; 1ý t5 hag; cunpir, Grotirh+, Forlinlg and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

O ]o .nDO N~-The Al ship l r? 0 .F.,,,1`2'0 Inns rergster. Frnci Royce. * G- * E"5* eifie- " rerf rtlv new. " n oiortunlt t pniroT of A wool 4ýý" a ",0or oodot!;00 for pOSE0ci aOr and tclO l sloot int ern a out to pie i Ot i?? lr- d re inv 'ted to inspect thie fraina. ei :Oint yor rr yattetdion fTro the cffiters of it,, r , vee00 "onssade, 4 p -? to CW o.r no- "cr or tto HIs.nr T0tr , soo, 3?.I OrO I oald the tF.?' wilt FOloa LY , Ddon ommcnder, has aod SoFI reiht .r m dassag aplt Sto DLGET GORE S: Co. -OR iONDON direct. - The fine .A I _ bare tiGhUA n r laserl at l e't fornd I . U b" L, Lan. r1 ROOD . Tmade er otioi f he C"a teing e nor l this sestI silllmeet with quick despatch. Sits ~rTTRDcroo COL-I Jeeono and Melbourne TEAMAOR LOND to load at Point tenryo the dine A badtue ACH?nTER., the 'ton. D? TIEo, commander. Ther oplendid t?o .el sa her e alt ie, doyoa. a or freight or ort Qnts Wh arrab ~ oi ontodat n o)i tppyl to parfoe fd'lG u,?t?i l n oltt the ane r of the inte a fter C ...

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FOREST CREEK. 13th January, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

FOREST CREEK. (Frms a special Correspondent.) 13th January, 1852. ' With throats unslakel, with blsck lips baked, We could not laugh nor wail ; Through utter dromuet, ail dmb we stood ; I hit mr arm, Isncked the blood, Andcried, asail!asail ' Not Coleridee's Ancient Mariner. not PByron's batch of heroes in the Gulf of (vons, could feel more acutely the want ,f wants, pure water, than the remnant 'of diggers on this the upper portion of Forest Creek. Four miles further down, and from that point to its junction with the Loddon, say other four miles, water . is to be found, thick and pea-soupy, but still fit for gold-washing purposes; but the diggings thereabout have not proved nearly so productive as in this favoured spot, so we hesitate between rich diggings unworkable, and poorer spots which can till be worked. There is still another alternative, the upper portion of the Loddon, and it is worth the ten miles walk to visit its ver I-ant glades, and to hear, the first time for many we...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

MELBOIURNE. ARRIVE. Tan. _n.-Shamrock, steamer, from Loinces tan. Pras eLrs--abclin-Mrs F. Button. 3Jr. anti Mrs Toath, Messra. Button. W. Porter, Robert D l.ittla, Charles IIenty. Gilbert Blyhde, C. Kenned. . Mr. and SMrs. Blair. Miss Barr, Messrs. Lynch, R. Wilkinson, .Tohn Palmer, Mon hani[rs. and Misses Orr, Mr. Win. Kerr, ?.iss Monawhan. Messrs: Ilulpeth; Fooler, A. HI. Mnning, , Miss F?ster, 3aisses E. and H. Stewarr. 3Iessr.. I. lridges, Woodward, Austin, TB. ustin, T Brown, A SW. Yonne, E. Trnes, Miss Ware, Messrs. A. Kosn, Fletcher, Wood, Irodhrip, Donaldsn,. FErr. Brentani, 3facklow, Mr. tC,ull. Mrs. Roherts and child, Messrs. De graves, Clarke, White, Button, James Hume, and a2, in the steerage. Jan. 20. - Victori. Packet, barone, from Ia,:ce.ton l'aseeagers, six in cabin, and 70 in *he steerage. J. . - Willinam, brig, from Laonceston. '.lsenere, three in cabin. mnu 55 in the steer '. Agents. W L. Lees& Co. .ran, 2i.--Brothers, schooner, from Hohbart TIown. I'Leng...

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CORONERS' INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 22 January 1852

Coroners' Inquest. - Yesterday after- noon an Inquest was held at the Black Bull Inn, Malop-street, before Forster Shaw, Esq., and a respectable jury, on view of the body of John M'Gregor, who was found drowned on Wednesday morn- ing on the beach, between the bathing shed and the Crown Inn. From the evidence adduced, it appeared that the deceased had lately resided at the Black Bull public house; that he had spent all his money, and in a fit of despair had most probably drowned himself; a bundle of clothes was found near the body, which was lying half covered with water, with the face downwards in the sand. When discovered, the deceased was quite dead, and had apparently been in the water for some time. He was for- merly in the employment of Mr. Atkin- son, of the Moorabool River, as a shepherd. The jury returned a verdict of "Found Drowned."

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