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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

GEELONG. Tn Nrw DIGlGIGS.-Bl v a respectable peron1 who arrircle from Wanly YIllock on Satunray last, we learn tbht about '200 persons are busily employed in Minking in this locality. The pre cent s:te of the diggings is about eight miles from the \Wanlivallock public Mhoise. The avera?~ quantity of the precious metal that is now obtained is about fifteel lu enmvweights per d,v. for i rtroy of four. Of course this .dues not pay, int from fhe appearance of the groo!,'i and those usualS imlications existing, that iu variably denote gold, the diggers are very sanguice of much beotter success. Water of the purest kind is abundlant, ad our informant met oi his return to Geelonut no less than sixteen loaded dra, bound'ifor the Vardivatl.ock. Tn?uCAT ROT:L.. - The annonieement that Mr Coppin, from Adelaide, the celebrated Co median, was to moak his appearance last night, at our Geelolag Theatre, caused aen orerflowinlg honbu, and if we may judge from the plaudits he received. expectatiol w...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

CA.rf; OF GOili OPE'. B F wY. f i':iritinl. i We liivr IIIWS tO lII 24th Olrflrr, frnlll C.lijl '·r;i:, 'ill to LtI ISFLi f in) th, Fi iitir. T'[li fort Eliz 111h T.il.'ri.ah1 of Octol.,r 1iri: drail r;i L ilooL i y pir tur, :ini i does inot r'xp trr. tlhe swir tI) trmiiii;iir- ilfi i it aL reiiiincirOeli!;it (if 5,(1110 or 6,060 luliitiijril ttrorii?. The Grih'lllil'j T'l jowolll ial of Octoblr Iltli s.y;-" I t iso ompiltll d tIrlit illt fr ivisifons of th iie'nmiy nio ieiigage agir.lilt t[ia cjlioily amollot to friol 10l.000 Il 12,000 mf1I'; il n it i. iL most i'rioub iitl tier for imiiioilrat??itio thlil thik iHOst of Iirba rin iii niiortainiel it Opi cxir'noe of the eonllmy. Tlle eoirnllni'lr fi-r our irwliiilH -:.11 'rei, II I ! I0) , p rl r.rllili!, ..;i,i i,, r ,ih tf!i i ii',. i'a ',,' ,"i jlo a f", niihll; loi ; i", tllhu C liiy ili , li. irroeri" .',.-w I'. ill ii trlt froi t" ''g S ip l,i'i; n.la .0rurrlld! Gz.L:; if' OL-l "-1 ti0hi lpriat imor- clhcerinq iiilliinc. firom...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

VAN DIE3~MK'S L.AND. (From the Ta-manian Colnist.) Toa principtl ev-nt in the prneeedins of the Legislative Council last week was the dIbhate respecting the farther continuance of transpor tion to FVn Diemeri's Lend, founded on the leeoloutions of W. S. .3harland F.q. The debate hasted until nearly ten o'clock at night, and the nsolutions were carried by a majority of 13 against 8. Mr Blorrison andt lrClehurne were not present at the divi rion, and the minority comprisedl the eilht Go vernment nominees. We tire an ohbrevi;at d report of ir, athe subject is now Iteet.int quite stale,and i mtereir a reitereatio of the arguments emlboliel in numernus petitions to both l{ouaes of Parliament and her Majesty the Queen. The feet cnnnot now be disguised, that ift Earl Grey persists in his Tfarel mreer of pouring convicrs into Van Diemen'i Landr, there will Ibe a rebellion in the AnstralFau Colo nie as we have the power of goLi in oar hands I Let the St;teomel of EnelanId pnder on this re ma...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

iOLICE OFFICE 0'osDAT, 26TIH JANUARr. BEIron. HIs Wrship the favor, I. F. Straehan, Esq., JI.L.C.,and Foster lyans, Eq, J.P. DCRNK AND DISORDERLY. .ames Lode. and James Davis were chargel with being drunk and u.sing obscene lang.tage in the public streets, on Sunday last. Thee were severally fined 20;s,with a cantion. "Willia.m Fnylor, Riclhal White, and John Elms, were onls fined in sums earning from 5s to los. for drunkenness. MANIAC. Richard Price, a n;.:, about forty years of age, who had been one of the fortunate diggerat Ba! larat. was placed before the magistrn,tes charged hr the Chief Constalle with bring a dangerous lunatie im-rom.erlv at lhrge. The man had a vacant stare about hiun, but appeared to he suf fcring more from the terrible effects of hard drin'king than confirmed lunacy. He was remanded, in order to undergo a me dical examination. CrARcE OF nOBBER. Charles Ferris was placed before the Bench, charged by James Lear, with robbing him of five shillintga. From the c...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

IRELAND Ti_? pntatoe light eontiaues to claim the at t.ntin of thie LUlter pijiers. The rep.nts fre) Antrinm, ?-own und leonth Ore of nn un i nP.v?nrae t nturr, the so-nlit irItbehr of ti.e last three ?.+ko having it would steem altog?ther fati?i? to i..ckt the rava'es of this lmot lnistte rit:s epidemie. EiGT.IEr rF.rTLES rr mAYO. The Iallinai Heat! i tiitu nti.'ce? the arrrval or nd.litional "?S'aou" settlers in the" west of Irel.di: "?Within the ls.t week, as e have been in fornmol, some Eglis:;:tn bhave token fiirtrns of savernl ltnndrerld utce :it ixtent in the eiihl?ttr ho I teif -?-!tien, frvnr Oeonel Grst. W0'e reurdl wit.h plee-.r- suC-h -1 i evenltl t,!e h;irbi,..ir, is we hop, of the advent of l lhot of ont: -li- .rtlre,,,, rho iril. we are e,.fite..t, legi i - Gedt with t-tHer seete:te its t 2his , '. ,-. S?ir Re atre,:h!tall .treligten men re;anl t!e in re-tntmnit of Etnlish eld itil a.,i tte it:tra;uc tiot of E,,ilish et'erprie i:alr thits inileralc part of the ountrt,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

NEW IRONMONGERY ESTABLISIIMENT, RY IE-STREET, GEELONG. FREDERICK BAUER bogs 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 supplies of GENERAL IRON1IONV"GERY, leo, Mer?Ts, PainTS, &C., EX r' CHIF ISTABEL.' "WOOD STOCK," "CLAUD,' "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 WHOLESALE OR "RETA IL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and ahr 'ad, and having made arrangements which sill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best English Manufacturers, can with confideuce solicit a share i.f public patronage. Having select d Geelong as his p'r manent place of residence, F. B. is inmore' desirous of obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer ain cx e...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

To th' J'D ,o of the (e'Ion '.j'u dtierr lta,-[I Ihn oiten thonuighlt onie of' the "reite.t ,liflicintieo nof It paulini joilriiali.it vivien II.IIldliII' a case Irtw'en a rit h rni-tour 'ii Ith flee r·.r it i '''lo. ~'r'h it al I n roar il.''cu l t I ir, Ir to to![ I itt Ic r ie'Hoir' In :o.n' irt;.nt ' tr r i' 1: V ,t' 110 sl~lvr;it tra.' pirt t it en2" it. 144211~ *iliur tut we are blieltd, bant yoii aria not to LLiune, au.ithr is your reporter, for I happened to be pre-ent at the trial, aid heard every word as reported, but not beitn summotedi on the occasion I had no opport mity to contradict the falsehood where it was uttered. 'rue our names were not given, but our profession and place of eaplo?mei?t, andl von will see presently the injustice d?o~ il placingit any of her BritannliC M3jestv's lhtge siljects in such an unenviable potition. You now begin to gue-nt this must be the. )f~aor's obstruction case-you are quite right Sir.. Mr. Kerr, linen draper in slmmoined. The 3[,vor...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

ENGLiS[t \EiS.s Tier Moejet ry t. abont to slntnon a C-tl.inet Council, to take into considration the par prietr of rest.irtini thie Aus'r?iirti Coonists frontm orking thie goldl felds in the present in di.rin?ian'rt manner. MJr.in.tice Ibtersmn was bllut retiring from the blench on account of clealness. Tiea Mlornilo, Advertiser sar that there is erern reason to believe that R strona parto is in ithel hin?de , in making Vote byt Ballot one of thii lrmmilent m:eslures of retornm. DrriLtArTc. D!FteNttCESr WtiTIt ArurSTREA. T'ie Kosuth exceil.enoent in England h:as ear;el the G?orerrimnent at Victia. The Daily Neas rurrespolnent, writing in the 10h instaat, -nrFs:-" The reports from England of the deno,,strations in preration to greet the I?.ngn.ri a patriot are read with acidirtir, an. whenever two indiidulals maieet ii?O cut I':rnst oine arotl.er to oevereo nejon ann, It topic, Kosoath idi hlis reception in Enogina are sure toa e brnaLedn Ib cleeul the .ul~ject isa most in portant. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

'por'E ThTAR: ST"FAR" FOUR i\'O 1 ýI l0.1Ci leavesth Nail n BO\tiAY and v't t f U'ý R ' ot gtiCh^ . ao cl ior at ottieRofat, _-Till ,17ro; Itul Hotels. M IoF-E'r (; r;tSDAY `x"!ý n'?Ir.'t~fi 'r n'nnnetlrdo k hen! `l pas A JA3!IF=OýZ D - h j hrtta 2n~sh ttart. matett to i ?futi:lsi'irer. that they caa * 1,P t' PAEM ,ric - b~.i· n Z. *a l Irj "1 frntooir ala: Steel siile .L.ilIl PADES, ý i01. _-OII `II7CF-I tars r'n' rr·.eClhll'·0to ii trm thtr tahlic in tie i tnrniaod hits oor.,ei stat qauO rcull to e. ntmiadiP ,r Il~e~pt 3CIt tn fof Ik l in heI ' o E CL OFF HIS ,TOCK or 't lbii'r IV -1IW(1;ERX GO0ODS. volth it pr-ent aOpFC andr I ý'1l t si,.tiit at a very grat rdauction glh'ein isre'er p~ltirg i~ In itorhe-:rlltc, to st aidh,; fo dO tlrmeitaiti fiLD foIGlticin, to ia t rr a11, a ny rtic e re q u ired for tiil d ii itin ¢ , on > ratrahr termP as they can he Ilu'r hnr·.1 In ,s i<ery ta.-r if te iitdUir.eg iiid he iii i i ,.0, h itt. A tr00 aittiti of VlII.-i to Fra atnar...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

AflELA IDE. rA?ans froan A.d.llde to the 17'h instant have come te haon. BEtw. en £45.o000 and. £50,U 0 worth of ;otl h ts Gtand its ony to Adel ide from 3routt Alrn!er, and owing to the ir:thbiliry of the Bank-, and the supinenesP of Gorernmenr, is fiund to he an onr.,erebhut:tl!!e artiele, and the ditgers were alanut hringing, it Ineck to 3Iellborne aod disposing of it there for what it wotll fetch. To reIedy thl.r inennroveienep, however. the Committee of the Cinmh-r of CGnmmerre met I on Frhih.r, the IGth Jal.trv, andt res vel upon calling a general meeting to remedy this state of things 3Ir Torrns, the Colonial Treasurer, whether in his private or publite :rpwrity, it does not ;ay, is prepared to p urelhse onr quantity at £2 15i per ounce-this is coniiderablv below the price bIth here and at 1Iellboran. It was enrrenti rerortel in Atdelaide that Bishop Short andt Dean Farrell meditate an early remota! to Mount A!elznder ti.Frrtir. We hope ir tire hononr of the cloth the visit i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

S orONDON.-Tihe Al ship - O -o 1 , '?J I ,ns rerirter .. Fr n ck Boyce. .~ r : '1i" m10 ifi:'snt sl;p is eri ly e . ,,cr a ? u '?t- tr t l f 1oruoilrty to sip ers of wr ool and ¢'ff~t i rr a r or n ,. .l tio no fu r py . O 'r Oer. a t . u dtel[,r" ou t-iý •,r Pe rsorrs aiout to prn 'lt I, elan d re.:r e in |Gd to irlcert tl e icalins" l to E r rri er , - t "r t. .ttio'n fron, the ci tccro of r ri..o r' Hillt ei arric. Forfteiz t or passace. p- . tl C or to Htri.rn T o P?trso t, Si, ro t vre y cl .ono . ant C 0rt ta r rrit t usttrant' trill be gicco to 0pr, 1 0 l NDO 'T ThAi l ship Il tV t.'r" 'ari att. romnn er, mas trnod to .LGr l Lt r GORE o Co. N O direct. - The fine I_ Staeinn hb ptLt.tA G t oD, ic oicr'.rr. 'I. creator tortico of he ring n " - s irt depatclh. ttoo p?^rtc ih n rr cabin . asr.anror. a pply to To-(ri ongo Roe &e Co.. G an or tr o e eourte. or LONSDOS to load at Point STorenr te ce . It bnrquei ECttaiTEl , 400i I se . oll , orr p lrvio r. Tirs i ptrndin t l...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

Although the I?onom ncw'papers afford very little information as to the feeling of the country rep.icting our gold disco veries, there can be no doubt that the leaven of public opinion is fermenting rapidly. Fron, private sources we learn that a great deil of quiet preparations 'for removal to these c',lonies are in pro gress, and that, when.eer the movement fairly begins, it will probally spread with all the ardourrof a natina lmania. .- .t-may reasonably lie expected that the persons who will emigrate will belong to the same classes as those who gave up their situations in the colonies to have a spell at the diggings, and will include a ]a'ge number of adventurous young ueus employed in shops, warehouses, and counting houses. It is to be hoped that the home government will have the sagacity to perceive, and tLe good sense to dete: -iine, that after, lty'n down a few general roles, all ithe det.il of management eihuld be left t. '.Li cal government; that, the revO'uue mnet be !::ec...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

MFIIIBOLItF, S A! ERIVED January 24. - City of I3elounrne, screw steamer, fro,m arnuIcetnn. Passentrers--Mr and Mrs Williiamson, 3Mrs Walker, Miss Silk, Messrs si. l:kolie, llar\ev. Rniin, Levy. Maine, .1. 1I. Doran, Itanley, J. Fisher, It Wilkinson, 1) Green, W. Ulruer, It. Bryan, and 120 in the Jannars 24.--.echnagar, barqne, from London, s\i Portland. Passegers--Mrs Dl~arne, FMr Thomas, • r Anderson. (Interaediate) Mr Hnncltelitif, wife and child, Mr D. Ilnchve and wife, Mrs Plant and family, Mrs Thomas, Messrs Archer, Rice, Broe, antd Watson. January 24--Helene, barque, from lnamhurgh, via Adelaide. 1'Pssengers-3-rs Bohme, Mr 31ilne, Mr Little, Mr Worthington, Mr Saunders, 31r 3aa,"eor e, Mr W. .JIacecrge, Mr Williams, ar.d one lunared an,! seventy in the steerae. J?anutry z5.-Blally, schehner, from-Adelaide. 'stssengers-3-r Wilson, ZMr Smith, M3r Goddard, 3r M'Cullnum, .irDavids, and sixty-two in the steerage. CLEAtRDn OtT. Jannury 24. -- Lsander, shir, for Adelaide. Passengers...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 January 1852

By private accounts from the Gold Digging re- ceived yesterday, we are credibly informed that   dysentery is raging, and in not a few instances terminating fatally. Many parties who are de- sirous of reaaching their homes are unable, from great prostration of strength and debility, to undertake the journey. Erysipelas also seems to be very prevalent amongst the diggers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

NEW IRONM ONGERY ESTABLISHMI ENT, R YRIE-STREET, GEELONG. `REDERICK BAUER begs to inform the vublic of Geelong. and neigh hourhlood, and the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he ha- re ceived the first portion of his supplies of GE YERAL IRONITONGER Y, IReS, MtrALs, Paters, &c., EX "CHRISTABEL," " WOOD STOCK." "CLAUD," "ZET LAD"' " 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 WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. SF. 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 rill enable him b receive regular supplies from the Best Enqlisk Manufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share of public patronage. Having selected Geelong as his p-r manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous rf obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer am ex ectat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

S I1l "TCiIŽ, ON - Mis De La --1 - eole nl Geelon..r t.o antI d LO'O" ~~ 7.c t- pr., ron -.lfl from OGndon c ' b- o in?I oaite t ot the f ?o iingi - . ' t 0tr0 ti, , - .ins (Trnaveo lr's Tost,) Little 1'd ay le o inedrt t rvelrtr's lest i"- n • .l h ,. tat n sr -yd to MN lbourne. n d r t offavount-uord uslurort ? " "a-' h¢a r , o o hae., - " ot r" kt~ dt.. ...ntto benno ". ri ll 0 t ertl blot. nof rhio. atrcnaig 0 s.^ at it t earnliet,?t - oort,? llt-b? p tll tg . n' 0n , ,I wll lld llyo tnel f. br fort, i TR o a t,'. s o E ir s a lt .1 in t p ot t em to , i l p -L - l Ti'.s oet Messrs. Stevens . plCe? c . i? - " pr'i.. .. e a tm h F o r ellrnel aOi?Itolhedfi7I ref SALE, near " d Ol" Od. d , btotne l toad-. fI. tral.eTst, tc '1l"a r (nl i'n orethe foar tngilel fiL - O)r O bItuen. 0u roe rnito o thoe - l- I t ln t Mr TLt t ?.rLd s patl B:uh I DDU ClIShed er ner li:VBTt- EiNTSfor (auit respectablei m. a I t. inp iate o a ily. aeo tr rftreeno, ap-it pren tC e itn+ lethem de oi.?' t etr...

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STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

STEAM.-It gives us pleasure to state that at least one of the means of progress, which we consider desirable for enhancing the prosperity of Geelong i- likely to I;e brought into requisition. A good deal of serious talk about or ga:uing a steam navigation company, ]avin Geelong fur a etntre, is in pro gress, and will, we tlink, result in the realisation of a feasible scheme., We known several influential iudividuals who will warmly enter into the speculation; and the ranks of shareholders would no doubt soon be joined by numbers of the znucessful gold-diiggers, who will soon I;egin to find out that there are other means of investment even safer and more pr:fit.ble th? : b:ig a:L bit of land," which seems at present to be the ulti mate range of ambition with many of them.: RALLvarT.-Aiho5Luh Ith nernllts daily be com e nore eieourair, from this qunm'ter, vet thei nmoont , 20.1 br.t :thlj t hr escort is diminii-h ing inSoendl of illcreassin. , feterldar it brougsht only seven onces (f...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

SYDNEY. ITARVES.--The present wheat crops at Gonl burn is one of the most abundant we hare ever reaped; the weather is most propitioans and if it continues for a few days more, the precious frits of the earth will be secured in fine condi tion, despite the rush to the diggings, and the ronsequennt aan!icpated neJlpct of the growing rcoe. We hare onlr heard of one cr two i:leces here the crop is likely to be lost on account of thedearthoflabour. 5I. to 20s. per acre, with rations, is givein for reaping in this distriet; and to those who are dli;posed to give these lriees t(ere is no want of hunds in this distrier. At Cangalaola Creek, we believe that some damage -was done to the standing wheat by a hail storm ?nst week.-Goihbnrn Correspondent.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY, 27TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Trsoxlc, S27r JAisnr. BErOtE His Worship the Laver, J. F. Strachnn, Esq., 3LLC.,and Foster Fyansu-Eq., J.'. The only business before the Court was the fining of a man of the name of Gainers for drunkenness the preoeding .ly. EVENING CO CERTS. Their Worships took into conuideration the eirenmstance of cocerts being held at public hosaes on S:turda nights. * r. Strachan was of opinion that such plaes of amnusement should hbe closed ub tO o'clock on Saturday night, and that such stipulation should be condition:l with the license. Capt. Fyans cor.sidered the indulgence of Per mitting nightly concerts at public-houses should be restricted from SMondays to Fridays inclnsive, as it was only fair they should be governed by the same rule in this respect as, the Theatre. The Chief Constable informed the Bench that Mr. DTggan's honue, the Australian Innt, where evening concerts were held, was mnuch better conducted than for'merly, and that Mr Doggan had been riven to understand ...

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