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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

NEW IRONMONGERY' ESTABLISHMENT, R? YRIE-STREET, G6 EELONG. "F?REDERICK RBAUER begs to inform the public of Geetong and neigh bourhood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ha· re ceived the first portion otfhis supplies of GENERAL ITON3IONGE Y, Tio,'. Mtrars PStONTs, &c., EX "CHRTSTAIIEI2," "OOD STOCK," CLAUD, "ZET LAND," " ABERFOYLE," and having al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfullv to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive departments of trade, either WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. P. B. having had. ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abriad, and having made arrangements which -ill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best Englidse Manufacturers, can with confidence solicit a shire ref public patronaze. Having selected Geelongi as his per manent place of residence, F. c. is more desirous f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer ain ex ec...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

anic-s on ToWN, Jan. 13.--Wheat is at Gs pe fhas I Ts r £1 P els hav fi t tchd a higher s l ,..t 5r tou. Bresad is expected to 'Currier. kEj , , ACT OF SA!HS BY AUK 'IOZ tlicrsy, JAN. 23 Ci - J. G . Carr, t -r h ndze. "? J TuFn.D. , JAN. 24. S .Farrll d So, JNH.ors .Stoc. .z TUESDY, J./V. 27, i B ,"3 ut ""u. Co a I , Town Re Fcr Hoabart Town Direct, T iE fast sailing schooner to sl on or about the 26th l-star.t. For freight or passage, appiv to C. J. DENNYS AND Co. ; OR, The Captain o, Ioard. THEATRE O YAL, GEELONG. Open Every Eening, (Saturday excepted.) THIS EVENING, Friday, the per formances will commence with the N'G AND THE FARMER. Song..........3r. M Hrlloway. Dance.....r. .s Stubbs." Song ....... 'Mr eliate.. To conclude with V= MY DAUGHTER, SIR ! -Great preparations are being made for the procUtiolo OF A NOVEL DRAMA: Fort WHICIf AN IMMEiNSE VESSEL Is being exp:essly built and Rigged. Boxes, 4s.; Pit, 2s. Doors open at half-past seven, commence at eight ocluck. Half-price s n...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

REcooIosT.- Thom as Llaoyd alias Short who was committel the other day for highway robbery, has been recognised by the chief constable, as the gamc in dividual who was engaged as rctively in Mr. Knight's robbery, on -Mo0day week last. Mrs Knight wc.s called upon t3 identify the man; and immediately pre nounced hima to be the persa, who rushed by her, of the staircaso, and nearly threw her down stairs, arnd who took the whole of the property that was setlen along with him, and escaped on horseback. "

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SEIZURE OF THE DECCAN FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

SSiZUblB OF1 TFIN DEU A L FOR DEBT. (Froe the SI ectator.) T:rc ann??Jon?em'nt that some of the N?.1- ;lerritury Is t}be seiz EfJr arrears SA-':nsiy, is e Idiy received, not be craee t:ie lieglbh ptublic is adverse to territorial c.,nstlidation in India, but because the arrangement seems to be a, bad one. There is no faith in its realis ing the profesed object; everybody asks what payment can be got out of a bank raptslate, by any means which English oticers can employ in the mere collection of money etring a temporary and partial oceupatioan! anu English ofcers. screw tighter than native collectors? A con ttrup:rary remarks on the bad effect it muat have for England to seize territory o;, her own iehalf, when other creditors of te- :iiza~u are over here claiming our influence in procuring payment for them. Being one of the Nizamn's creditors, is it respectable, is it honest, is it.politei, to use the power which we happen to have in giving ourselves the preference over other credit...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, January 22, 1852. Before his Worship the Mayor, Captain Addis and Captain Eyans. ISTAULTING A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Thtrlav, January 22, ? ti52. Before his Worship the Matror, Captdin Addis ned Captan Fyans. 1sT.?ULnT0G A CnesrTAEL%. The two men, Heryv Brooks and Jahn ?2y, who stoc.! reountded from Monday last, fr as. manlting Contahhbl Young, on Siturd;v nilhtr, were brought before the benrh for final exalli nation. 'olice constable Yneng, who had his bend bandaged from the wounds he received, stated to the Court, that on Saturday night Lut whilst on duvy rnerW dtL Market Sonure, he earnl the voice of a female calling outbfor assisrtance he proceeded to the epot, and on asking the woman, who was vociferating murder, what was the matter, received a very indliret and impan dent answer ficm her, that it was nothing to him. ThIe tw prioners then came up and askl;ed Yeoung whlt he had to do with the affair, Dv ,abserving that he Piiposedl he was a b---; constable, and with this remark struck hini voulentlv over the front ~art of the bend writh the bitt-end of a riding whip. The other n...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

S NDTA. (From t' e Friend of Intlia.) TrE Lahore Chrunicle gives a melancholy nccount of the health of the Europeans stationed nt Lalore. Her Majesty's 96th fo t had 344 men on thesick list on the 2Jth August, and eleven men had been committed to the grave within the week. If ninety men helonging to tile Company 'if Rappers nod M[iners, firty-fi.ve, or ex ;?citly oti-lilf, were laii up or thle 22nil ?Vigust, with fever, while onithl'. air:' day, a detachment of infactry,- whiib hla been Iceated in barracks outside the cita del, had 33 men sick out of 59. The committee appointed by the meet ing of shipmasters in Calcutta, held on the 29th August, have sent up their petition tA Government Their prayer is, first, for a law to compel the seaman to observe his contract; secondly, for stricter arrangements with regard'to the uranting of Register tickets, and thirdly, ,fr the appintmenUt of a River Magis trate conversant with maritime affairs. These reqaests, which appear to be gene :l!y r...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

31ELBOTURNE. (From the Hernld.) Tnr BThrl " BTrre":'--.l milor shom three rnifitlll a ttemnpted to rnl on Mondar ni.ht 'near tise Sonuthern C-omn nhlio-houlse, pl?id rtffone of thi villains with t fe.arful intere-. The trap. it appears, was alread:l il. for "pelvr .ek," ano th1e 'm.hus ope.r.a.,ni' esm in the :hier t ' phraseology, to "m-n,-" or in other tirds, for o e of the villi., s to ,rmne from elhiand, elap one lhand on the ma.'s lmoth anl d brit the ot her trm e't<e r i -d hi- th!lt. in whicml h lh-itio-:, dear ti. pIsckets wold, Ii e . mhatter of na , ,'Hi culty. The fellow to wien ti+s iMl',rtant parti of the buii:es s w.,. ri s . i vin -it'-tnlth.i of a clumti sy wor mn: tti, hdh ,, I the j ,ly tar : 'et one of his p.nt - nl-er-i i lta brirtwo.a his '-ri'ders, whichi ras covery son di-j int tfor hiw withoi?t the neel of a sur?eoa, and the next mornine the fitner joint was hander d over to the mhlicee by the sadiort. swh, lt,,asts n t si little of his dental dext...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

MARKI.ETS. Srnssn, Jn. Il.-Our markets continue et etedtngly depressel, goods are beiilg ;urifci at rates ruinous in most instances to the importer, nor can we hold out any hatter prospects So Ic~; as goods are recklesaly brought forward on0 glutted mnrket, indeed it surprises us much rht onationeers will undertakie the sale of gOoiS 02 which there is a reserve price; for persous SCi quaint ed with our market, for the last few molths ut reov that it is lminoet impossible to effe?' freed sales, however low the price. Our imn porters, alone are to blammie for the miserable rt:tte our Imlarket is reduced to; thlere is a hlbsb ? taE-innlmptiot of gools, iand there would he a bit dem:ani,, were the trade not terrified from ope rating by the reckle*s atetein hitherto pere.evi in. Colleiderable vales of bralndv are repor luring the week at rates a shade lower thait Ilst clUted. Rum continues in demand, and Ilsr sales reported of East India at aboot 25 61, bil; first jqualitr. Ale auml plut...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

VAN i D[EEH -'t L±.,U. On honday tihere w:s a *lictiLr aning:t the privates and sergeants of the 99ti egsiment, in c:,mmeTor.tion of the e-unlpaiin f N-v ZLealai!, 'h.'-Oin th, 1?th lieg.tnent were i::g.e, ; 'l with thle natives of t?.t ::. .i It will be reelectle th:,t a cel.erat..ie chief, cal!ed " Hii lieke, ' ook t :oci e possession of the British flag, and e.:rrie,. it off to his tribe. The New Zealanders were conquerd Iy a British force, con: prising the 993:h R,'-ineint, under the commnad if Lieutetnant-Colonel Despard, C.B.,and his "Ex .n:cicy the Governor, Sir -eor" GreLy, Ki.. I. fter a gal Itnt resistance the New Zealanders were defeated and1 the flag was retaken. Tweuty-two privates, tw., officers, and a serjeant of the 99th, were killed in this unfortunati affair. Several! ct the men belonging to the Regineat appea.e- in the New Zealand costume, paint, .n:iitets, and all, andl displaying a New Ze.dand co-robarce in language which we did not understand. ' he writer of th...

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SUCH IS LIFE ON THE FOREST CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

S?GCI IS LIFE ON TIIE FOREST CREEL W\ ?s the sun shoots forth his rosy beams, At the early dawn of morning, Up starts the digger from golden dreams Alife of laziness scorninm : Diqgging here Cradling there, Readily, merrily, Cheerily,steadilv, Toiling hard for the gold we seek. Sodh is life on the Forest Creek ! We first mark out a good arge square, On a likely spot of ground, Sir, And we say if gold is anywhere, 'Tis here it ought to be found, Sir: Trying here, rProspectin there, Carefully, warily, Knowingly, charily, Thus alikely 'pitch' we seek, Such is life on the Forest Creek ! Then ten to one comes a bouncing blade, To swear you've taken his ground, Sir, Why you crawler see the mark of my spade, Is a foot within your bound, Sir :? Siwearing here, Tearing there, Angrily bouncing, Threatening, trouncing, Forced to fight for the gold we seek, Such is ife on the Forest Creek ! a Ton're twice more ground than you can begia, Are you marking out for farmingU ' " Not no big as the sto...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PROSPECTS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

PROSPECTS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN AU.ilfRALIA. (From the 'Maitian:l Moercury,' Jn.lO.) \'VVITEVER reai.ia there may be to ap prehend that our goods maruet will be over-stacked, we have no fear that there will be any over-supply of incoming pa pulation. However ample that may be, the cap:cit7 of the colony is, under ex istiac circunmstaaces, quite adequate to absdrb it. Immigrants may, therefore, venture to cj:;me hither, well assured that if they do not succeed in makin, _frt i:'s at gula-I :ina:., the' will ih able to earn c:mfortable ivings at sua?" of the mani other occupations open to them in the colnry. To illustrate the capacity of the colony to abshrb and employ -:ny number of immigrants likely to arrive, it will be suelicient to bring under notice briedy the chief industrial pursuits now being carried on amongst us, and in eve:y one of which there is ample room, and in nearly all of them a very urgent demand, for more labourers,. In this eiumeration we may as well give precedence ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping. Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

Ar t I-V L . GERLON'G. Jaanry .22-An-. si-otir, 349 on. o-ai.ss Lewis, mastr, from Melbumrnle, in baiiast. CElTS213 OUT. Ja~uars 22.-- liý-, c?ater, 25 tons, A. DaInl, inaater, for Jelbortie, iun bllastL IMPOETS. Per Zephrr.-19 sets 2arne~s, 95 hogheads butter, Str.bhn aýidCo.; 2 imla-tierces I tke, * pack:ae tolecro, 6 caies G anern, 2 btle, I cash, I cna-, ilrys. 2 earls, 4 lioe., Tanner; 6 hogbeshe brandy, B~arer; 20 hosiheaIs rum, I ca?e Ibotx , 3 Iurrele flour. 2 ditto hisi.nit, Gaylor; 1 dIra, I cart, 3 cses boats, Dea:iys; I trunk. '1 cas slops, 7 hogslheads eyder, 12 lales canvs, 2 hles, 4 c.Mes slaps, 2 soda water rua chines, 4 cases hbnts, 2 cases sardines, 46 cases lemon syrap, Guthri ; 3 case boots, 1 horse, 2 drass Order. The IMail for London, per Statesman, will cosa on Saturnda morning, in Gee!onz, and the vresel wilt l?ave-Hobsoa's Bsy on Sura?l morn , nS. \ '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

. . 0\ DO N -The A 1 ship ,F cm , l;t'. e . mairipnt ?bip i rerf. e ove., 1 f, a _ ra ee ' t t nnrtr r t " n t o ' to i P r o - - r rt a F ..ir-rt e nr an n atons for pan nerGC . ar t t ers ill A-te ,,e tarried For f-elet or p ?o ., t~ a hp" c 1 po.c or to HEat TtoOtreSOS, al, 'I "CI l .?.t ,r eet. *ll~r ne .,ora r ea'.d; tt beard the " ..E.. . will .rr.-Tt0 rittren guarantee will be given to r to this eft et. "n- c0 N-The AI ship O ju-rant rommsnller, hbs aod ef " r ar ,'in h S. Fn fretzht or potatoe a ?t the kult i f" i ere no. t oIr o GF tTT th I m ht& OTr - dirTect. - The finee t,,.onae CrRD r a t l at Tee nr eoee AI cp}"'5 },oIrlwn. WrIT.l.lfl ( 1IOOD, :. ' . .e rr't I t wiI meet wittt q.tieR ,eapatrh. tat o" It n . "SS Co Geeo g and Melbourne. F -R LNDON, to lead at Point S rf tfe f le i barque F. CIOASTER, 4S6 to' IqI.' DITItIE, tmmmate r. This splendil , oe "4R u war, I" t"cg from moreninrl to atet her d day.. F reit ar on Puillin in s ichtr-n Yn .r h ,'t s tlerr in ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

- I must be quite evident to the people of Geelong that if they wish to see their town advance in prosperity, they must, instead of trusting to the carrent of events, do all in their rower to alter the direction of the current. We have already pointed out the fortuitous cir comstsnces which, ha-'e driven the gold diggers to Melbourne and deprived us of a share of the passenger trade-namely, the g.-oernment neglect, and partiality in the matter of the cscort from 3ount Alenander,-the offeasive conduct of our collector of Customs, who has sue -eeded in making our port disliked by masters of vessels.-the interested inter ference of pilots who dislie brningi vessels here, not from any diScuty in the navigation, but because their hones are at elhbourne and the Heads - together with the prejudice which always exist i amon(g new arrivrls in favor of the metrrpolis. These are sufficient causes to hinder the progress of this place, and it behoves the inhabitants to consider how they are to b...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 January 1852

MELBOURNE. AERITED. Januarr 21. - Eiiza. schooner, from Hobart Tora. PassPenei s (crabh) - Messrs Nicholas. W. Bunster, II. Bnuter, F. Bryan, F. Hull, RI P. Harris, R. Wilkinson, and thir:t-four in the steerage. January 21.-Apoal, cntter, from Hobart Town. P.sengers.-- esstrs Walters and C. IHiili January 21.-Vanquisb, schoner, from Sytd 'ney Ilth intan- t Paie-gers. .-Messrs G. Furlong. S. Brreat, W. Brvnut, J. Woods, A. aHme, I. Heme, and tify-four in the steer age. January 21.-iarine Plant, schooner, from Newcastle. No passenar. January 21.-- resilent, ship, from Sydney. Passengers -31e isr Thomas anl cli-d, Dr Peiro, esosrs French, Cmt.ror , Sutherland, Bal!, Jamieson, Welch, Clarke, Bartl:t, and cae han dred and fifty in the steerage. CLARED CLT. Janarv 21-.--Enim, lbrqce. for Sydner, in ballast. Passangers.--ieis Lloyd anl Jo sephs. January nl.-Sir THrry Smith, barnae, for Hobart Town, ia balinst. 'so pissenrs. S January 21.- Chr:itina, brig, fIr Sydsey. No passenzErs. January...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CUSTOMS TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 January 1852

CUSTOMS TARIFF. (Fr,.m the Sydney Herle i) WE are glad to perceive by the Report of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce, that the New Tariff Bill has been under the consicdrati, i of the Committee, its fur ther ~scu Sion b. howe--, having been ad jorned u :ii cenrtain rieturns frmn the Collector of Customs, laid on the table of the Legislative Council at the close of the last session, h':! lhare bean ex amined. The fw .r servati,,ns, there fore, which we fed ealrl4 upon to make, will with nro,,ric? he confined to one or , two gene: prirnciples. in ior nerusai of the papers issued by ' the L ~aan Cotmi:ree of Ml rchantst fir Reforrm of the Cuistlns, it has ap pered. ti ,u rr:, ;:!..i: thlt, brside: the g re-t vi-es to .?vLhw? e hare 1.1r- nd adverted *: exis°z: in the constt::tiot; of the Po3-I ,f i a.?ir.s, and il its manner of co;ldacting bu"iness, l?- of the evils co::.piainel of were aggr';ated or occ"aionerd b the -d valorem d.:ios. Acts of oppressa'i, wh!ich coCia not ,"therwise pos...

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SYDNEY.—GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 January 1852

SYD NEY.-GOLD. A cool deal of interest is manifested by the miners on tle Turon as to t!he 'Mounu tain of Gold,' the 'wonder of the world,' said to have been founii out by -Mr.Har graves, and which .was not to he made known until after harvest. The spot where this marvellous treasure of nature lics yet undiesturbed it the great sul ject of sp cultiaiin, tIin.hitv and fancy are exlhausted in atte:?:tiff, to pirce the m strv asd c::':ri.vy whi.ch re!velpe its localit, -and thr:mgi which m:'ssive blocks of the precious me: l glitter, only still more to excite and bewilder. Near Sthe junction of the Turon, four months ag.,, I heard that it was 'within a few miles of it. Many parties went out .prispectiiig among the imountains, an if tier d!id nat f!id ot the 'Mounnta'in .·i G.d!J,' ther discovered iawkinns' Ba!d Hill Creei, which :ha sinz:e turned out extreime'i rich, and in wiiicih there is a a waterfiei of a proui'iuus hei'ght. well worth seeing. At tie Vale of Clwyd, upwards of two m...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 January 1852

SOUUi AhRUSMT LIA.L Tne reward of £1000 oireied by the local go eerltuelut i)r the discover? of a gold tiehl of a certain gield, hod pist eed a stre ;; eelsation wiaid aireadv helt severend p?rwuoulsl. tider'r been ::nounced. Mr G. \J. oepheu, tae hji - ri.ter, who, at i!te la public meet:l- o ithe Loan Bill had .itllniiy a'ierteil his kuutliea i of two e uteisive ga fil:i.- Alilough lo e whole has trnel on to lbe a i, thei f,.low: letters are tnot devuid l intereL : = Sir,-- naiwiu:g tha.t uan.y ersono are it in,- to learn the plroigres of ty oi 'onaelairtions with the Gt.ver.iinaet, ' sp1ctil g t. Soitioth .ust?nlian g:il ,eildl, I egk to state that I i:ave tanounced (but till aiter this week in coliwl.~mice) to the Governmen:, the gued dislliet: and have thisr d!. recrivel istrtnc:tlns to acialle e ii wth the toverninent Coulni?io:lr.rs a ay 'or h)?I inl th? -.lt, for w:hic I Lire ret leU.ld forty lieonlei to be p:epiare. Ir tau.elf anui euncti:uealts. 1Early nest a e.~, theretir...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 January 1852

VA" D[EIE.E'S: LAND. IT being ourwis to aIvance by I 'itirma(t means the real interests bf the iolony, we notice with great satisfeation the nrrival ii the '%nstld tutinn Deck ,f the schooner Goldseekrt." "We are oltssrd that her model is as si?nilar a- pos% sible to thi caihrlrireild yacht .i?lhonner;the America, and that she is looked tt--ias lthe birie. Soltlern Cro;C helonge? to'3[r Cbjrlba Seal is also aoriially lsbilt--wiih' ePdoiiration' l 'atl naiuthl men. Snellk ar: stated by gicdj;Iges to the ftie Eets; ad wie gdly give them pulilt citr rather thlin any onpiiionso f sour owni in 4?oi mitters, recuse. they would be qenrtinnelile. The Goldidee.er was huilt by Mr George Wil~a , of the trm of W'Ltsan :d Tr.kin, nat I'"piermint tey, snid as nearlyvs pnsiblei, all lie ,st?eriil i.-e colonial. She is 162 tons reister measnre. ment (252 tons silct'es), 102 fsit ov'rsll, with 24 feot hbeau. Being baist expressly fir the Port Phillip trade, heraccommodatios are rittel for 20 steerag...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. January 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 24 January 1852

SYDEY. (T(rani T AnGo S Cor.ESPEsf'.'.) JT.rnor 16:th. A ntmo;:r b-s: ot ahrsed, a.ld hs fonod its way ev?n into. ole of the d ily rpers, to the oflct that ;he present Pstmaste:-Generod, 31r 3Ierow ther, is to he anpl.,;ated Atr:iitor-G. nera!, with a 6:.iar, of 8' 0 n-year, awui to be succeed-ol in the Post Oi.Ee by MaIjor Christie, Sergeanrt-t-tAron. sercuar to :hIe :tmnl of I)alro:inatiooal E.lueation, &c., &e., S&. I do not IetiAve that there is the slighteat flun.mitton for th?s story. In the first plaeoe, the ;nlrea.Oid t.'a'y of thte ostitma:st.-r-G-eneral, and :!.e n cr,,se-l estinate f.r his d!-part ::sOOt, w:r o:ilv voted ait tht I .ot Sseio: of Cit onIoi, is coi)iL.e rats i 'of tie ? hgt ottii.inAl ch lie-ter of M3r 3 - . wethter, and with ano :adersottnti!, that a ri.id ±c-oaunt of his stewanrshi, twould be e:actel fron hint next rear. Vith i snh in under -tamding as tot!e permanency of the appoint ment, it would har.llvy ' to change it thus speeo...

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