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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

VAN DIEM3IE'S LAND. Tn SPrcEEcn.-His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleated to order that Richan I Dry, Esq, Speaker of the Lelrilative Council, h ill be addressed, until. her 3bijesty's pleasure be known, as"tihe Honorable the Speaker of the Legislativre Council oi Van Diemten's Land." \WIEAT.-It will be seen Ov a reference to our market rates that wlheat is on the rise. Sae itls been sold at Gs al per bushel. Flour is £15 plr ton.-16th January. GovCRsEaTr SALaelES.--The governmeit will reecire without delay to make arrangementse for the retention of its serrvauts disposed to st?,. Every recossary of life has risen, and old s:ipei -s sill no lo:ntermuet the cirenmstance. We hare heard that in some instances old and vained s,!trdinate officers have been refused the paltry ad;ition of 25 per cent. and that prisoners are to take that place It will be for the Council to protest against this piece of folly. What would be the inevitable consequence if posts of trust were occ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA.L (CO.CIueICArED.) Br the lnst accounts from home we are put in possession of the facts, that the British Go vernment are about to devise means to pre vent the indiscriminate working of the gold mines ir the colonies, and that her 3Itjesty was about to call a Privy Council to deliberate upon the measure. Perhaps, no event of modern times'contuins the seeds of future history eo pro ninently as does this very important and mu mentous subject. From the very inopportune manner the wfl le of the military, or nearly the whole of them, were withdrawn from the free colonies, by the advice of Earl Grey; the Government either in this Province, or in New South Wales Proper, were lately unable to cope with the exigency of gold discovery. The very mild, not to saw en coarging rules anl regulations that were first of all planned by the Sydney Government to re gulate gold digging, and the adoption of them, (though with very had grace), by the Govern mnet of the Province, is m...

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

CHINA. Fnuou the files of Honigkong and Shan ghle journals to the 10th of October, we take the following extracts, which, al though not of later date than those in e-luded in our recent summary, are of some interest: The Spanish brig Brillante,' which was supposed to have foundered on the pasage to Manila, turns out to have been taken by Chinese pirates, within sight of Hongkong harbour, so long ago as July last. The fullest particulars of the sad affair we gather from the 'Hong kong Register,' September 30:-' The Spanish !brig 'Brillante' left this harbouir on the 10th July last, and by advices from Manila, we learned that, up to the 9th instant, she had not arrived there. Shortly after the departure of the 'Bril anute' it was reported that the masts of a britgwere visible at lowwater nearLing ting,a small island on the other side of the Lama. No search appears to have been made until lately, when some infornma tion was communucated to the police, which were, we believe, to be in s...

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

STEAMI COMMUNICATION WITII AUS T¶1 ALi. (From the Times.) TnRes months ag a Committee Of thie lonl fof Comnmbos reported in favour of steam comnmuni ettion with the Australian Colonies by the Cape of Good Hope. So thorotghly cenvinced were the Committee of the necessity ot immediately establishin this line, and thus puttin, an end to the agitation of , question with which successive Governments have professed to be occupied for nearly ten years, that ther divided their report into two partes and" with commendable diligence dealt first with the Austnralian part of the suljet, in order that the latter intqoiry intrusted to them with re ference to the Indian service might be no oenre of delay. Alas! they little knew the people with whitom they. had to deal. If they were in a hurry, the Government was not, fee:ing most probhbly that a question which onoht to ave been settled five years ago, but which had been allowed to stand over for want of Parliamenltarv force to push it throaeh, mig...

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SPAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

SPAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. LATE accounts from adrid say--The great question before the Cabinet now is that of Cuba. on which General Ar mero's opinion will naturally have much weight. It is said that General Roneali (Coade de Alcoy) and Ezpeleta have also ccnoulted upon it. It is stated that addi tional troops are to be sent there, and the necessity of increasing the steam squadron there has also been recognised. The Ministerial' organ, the 'Orden,' intimates that it is intended to adopt a very energetic course of action towards the United States with respect to this subject, both as regards the enlistments allowed to go on.there, and the insults offered to the Spanish Consul at New Orleans. It says on the latter subiect: ' If the invaders of Cuba have been ex terminated with valour, the ill conduct of the dwellers of New Orleans shall be equally repressed. There is-too much patriotism in the blood of the Spanish people; there is too much tact ma the thoughts of the advisers of th...

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LIVERPOOL MONTHLY WOOL, REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

LIVERPOOL MONTIILY WUOO, REPORT. W?E huve to r p.rt a contionan:ue of the inactivity of onr ~ ool marIket which has prevailed for some time, anil intil the fspplifo re monre m bre undat andl a better cloire ie ifrredl to the trade, we, c:lnnot look foir mohe imprmrement. Tie' total re,,rip, last month were under 7001) al., the ,revenr part being Alipaca, most of whIeh ;?ad e,'o M)Jl before arrOal, The only kinds .be tides worth mentioning were 800 bales Prtugal, 282 East India, 56t. lags Leland, anl! 386 bhider tIrli'errmnean; most of the lost were S6old to arrive. The valeo by private contract haveo Ioen to t very limited extentr, without much chenge hO plio?; the tendrncy, however, Iwa? iren rather in ftvour of the bauyer, otill frdeor!'r.trlrm in more immediate request prices have been nell'maintained. The principal sales have been 1000 ballots Peru?ria and a few lots of Alpaca in seonid hands; no stocks of either kind on hand 300 bags Iceland were sold sooto after arrival; the q...

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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

!EE. AqOlSE. Janu.ary 2G.--Elln ai d arry, schaoaer, from Lam:cestoi' , 10 ptssengers. January 26.-Queen of Shlea, ship. from Syd n?e. lassen.?ers-3Er-G Weller, Sir G. John stone, Mr. Hyt, Mr. Osoell, Mr. G. Cadell, Dr. Ouen ; 105 in the stern?ie. CLEARED OL'r. January 26.-Amalia, schooner, for Adelaide, in hnilsto Passenger - Messrs Reilly, Waite, Pratt, 'ncker, Prescott, Bryant, Stevens, Hile, and Williams. _ January 26.-Frances, ship, for ifohart Town. No passengers. January 26.-Panima, brig for Portland. No passengers. January 2G.-Sea Belle, brig, for launceston. dined 1pssengers. % - SAILED. Jaury 26.--Constantine, for Singpooe. IMPORTS. Per Ellen and Mary--3 horses, 2 arts, 20 bags floor, 5 bas 'onions. John Itills; 1' horse, I cart, 1illiam Hills; I horse I cart, E. Wicks. Per Queeu of Sheba-7 boyes cherry cardial, I box plated ware, 1 horse, order EXPORTS. Per Fancmes,-part of original cargo, 368joists, and 20 pairs oars. Pe: P ranma-p.rt of original cargo from Ho hart Town ...

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

J?OR iONPON.-Tlle Al ship ,or tens rrciEfer, Fr& C rio. IlEz jOI O.O" l r -p ,nmrsnd,. D ati' ponrtino! t ch i" p r'eril ro r O .rr t - ni lo i . lll,'r+ o ,,el atrdti 3;. a f H e a fr f 'pa<ergrrs ar.. omwmd by anyE l i th qi r llet rh. laL t oLrs , • i e.e. fre mer abnti n fro,. aIllk Cifc," of Tco EnIt'. & Co. rrGonete l . raw r roufr-,ne. hel sip.r?Ar -E ors to nnIE r dy.Ft o, frsih?t, r.~rt He r. - ' n rn?ma' te ) " aler" w-ill s. , jl- lfn ganr. ntee trill be given to Go. LOf5ND0N.-The Al ship "t'H aoGvD s -mrast. ea- rn4er, has ?roel .rwha.r?n rr:rac Fo freiht or p:ssae ap Tchtfa ntLGTTY. GORE & CO. J."B?? HE sTC..o. o.n, on rrlTE CiTY of M earn eing ' Jrr*1. this r --et'rill mele l qa uirk drpltr!t. l atn frtn m dnlamr' atio for asbi" lipas'oear e Aptlyo to S er. rosiys aCos. OuienT oraln l elbwls-. a" Ln?cestDOn, to load at Point barnee ENCIIINTER, lOll Aos ?-n' t° dsrtHIE, cnmmant to rr. Thi splmendi trsel l I her au"sranl t pasrge fr ?? ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 28 January 1852

THaE Aane in the industrial character of Australia, canuequeat on the discovery L fgold in the soil, has had very various efects upon differpnt temperaments. Whilesome of the old settlers look upon the country as ruined, others only see the necessity fer exertion and ingenuity, to accommodate their operations to meet the new order of things. The cost of see"ung the clip of wool \will be greater than formerly, bunt the value of the sheep's carcase for food will be enhanced. Fe'er shepherds and hutkeepers wili be procurable, but fencing may be had xe course to, at a great first cast certainly, but with equally great prospective profit. The only hindrance to extensive fencing operations is, the amount of labour required in the erection; but this can be very much obviated by the use of galvanised iron wire, the cost of which is very little more than posts and rails. Those settlers uho are m2nfully looking thehevil inwhe face, and taking measures for turning anticipated disaster into pro...

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

PORT OF SYDNEY. .; ARRIVtD. | January 16.-Eagle, schooner, from San Fran ci.co. 17-.Sarholilbrig, fron Wellington. 18 SWhiton, U.S. barque, from San Francico; Helen SIhirl, birqne, from Melblrnem; J. Loveit, ichooner, from Ifelomnrne; Wanderer, brig, i fu 3Melbonrne; Phomhe, schooner, from 3ieT Sbourne; Hirondelle, schooner, froJ, Melbourne. I--Nightingale, American ship, from BJston; 'linn, schooner from Melbourne; Ph.tntom,brig from Melbourne. CLEABED OrT. January 16-Helen, schooner, fur Lnanceston: Clara, brio, lor Melourne ; Plnet, sch~oner, Ior %uoth Sea Fisheries; Meg .Merrilies, schaoner, for Melbourne. S.IILED. Jranary 17-Camilla, larqne, for Lonion Champion, brig, for l3flborne; Helen, schooner f.r Liunc'ston. WEDNESDA Y 3IORNLIG., JAN'. 28, 1852.

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCI'ION 0' EDiESDAY, JAN. 28. By J. G. Carr. at II, Household Forni ture. By O'Fartell & Son, at 12, Oats. THURSDAY. JAN 29 By Carver & ? alton; at 12, Horses, drays, &c. FRTDAY, JAN 30. By W. M. Tennent and Co., Ifelbonr; e, Cargo of the Anne ?ane. MoNDY,. FEB. 2. , By J. G. Carr, at Suburban Lands. TUESDAY, FEB. 3: By Carver & Dalton, at 12, cargo of Re nown trotn Aberdeen STEAM TO AND FROM MEL BOURNE DAILY. STRHE VEsTA resumed her regular trips on Thursday, the 22nd instant, and will con tinue to leave Cole's Wharf, -t 7 every morni,,a (Su days excepted), and Gee long at I the same day. Ilt order to secure despatch, no goods wi 1I b :aken in her unless passengets are with them; , t whom £ otice is hereby given, that all freight is to he paid be fore lan,:iug, and that no charze will be tak n of them further thin landing them on the Wharf. G. WV. Cols. Wharf, I nuary 21, 18:2. FIVE PC.UND- RE VAIBD. STOLEN, VThilet hanging at a...

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

VARIETIES. AWFUL COLLIARY ACCIDENT.--In Aberclare, Monmouthshire, a fearful accident occurred, by which 14 colliers in descending a coal mine,   were precipitated to a depth or 160 feet, and dashed to pieces. THE GOLD NEWS. - The wonders of the Great Exhibition were eclipsed by the intelligence of the Australian gold discoveries. Great excite- ment had been caused in the commercial world,     and a larger number of vessels were laid on in different parts than was ever known before.   Government emigrants for the Australias had   been refused a passage at less than L18 a head, being an advance of £7. A dreadful murder was perpetrated on Satur day, the 11th October, at Bermondsey, by a mother cutting her daughter's throat. The name of the unfortunate woman was Mary New nan, residing in Great George-street, Bermond ey. A morbid affection of the brain, produced by chronic rheumatism, is supposed to have in duced the crime....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

n t olfrs oni .. . , oTI or sc:?e s Sae? tlcan d a? D I t' Ir i S .r' J~ y *t: a T E It AI O nt tI l i i Jsnll i-a sutcie;at s lar o is nnd Soitfre c;ar'" FRED. WX. TOW LE'. G??y- S uYD-E-, from Upper S LnlOr n , eit h ior or i f .-? - , t'. n ',re o r" -_cry it o Md otco .'ýý arJ s o, o' lac " n at- ndab ?,e titirtJy enrr S . R . ic ono-s :;eticn witha RT3I p T,:,?-'" iaier that h er b.Lea quacted no fnt an cas. . .... (ý'telvi. Itlaang r Ird a . - T,.-i rla h< an aOtrm;E.., to bi ci:rulnatei, 't t ;G0ICh t Dieita bFegs 1in tdic 'ri " ne ttm?h ? r ndsira e itt tnt 2%rimr it h th ,. the re-rp ort inat t o tculeircr notada, from , r .10 n mint, unoil 11 o'clock on pe:mral taie ben O ndivise euab 1 a T" t ,hby- " __O Alt-?-? -t iessrs. Stevens cALsrl' Fleer Crcei-, 2,80 0 Il brad 'I lS 1OR ,AL4, near 1ia0d 'brn!ule RoadsJ p. ATESt, Duck n 'U4.JO - 1 uHstantia-hilt, t:a 4 -dPil-rOz ,it eio !lns for a iuale t fa.r i e -lr to the Dg~gutas Al Ap ol t tdfor ato.-n of ?.rlt St. S...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

- hEW ZEALAND. The following extract from a letter addressed by the Duke of Newc.rstlo to John Robert Glodley, Esq., a resident at Lyttleton, is pub lished in the Wellington Tndepenilnt; by which it seems his Grace is fully determined to settle the vexations question of the form of constitution for the islands, the appropriation of the Land Ftmd, and the claims of the quasi New Zealand Company. " Youn will no doubt receive by the essel which sails to-morrow a full report of all that has passed in the Houses- of Parliament and in Downing-street since your last advices, in rela tion to the 'New Zealand Settlements Bill,' and the Canterbury Association Bill. "The latter, though, shorn of its money clauses, will, I hope, he found a useful measure. a The former is, I hope and believe, now on ohjeetionhble, though how far it would confer any benefit upon the colony l am perhaps hardlly qnalifeid to form an opinion. The great object with me and others who take an interest in the prosperity...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

ADIELAIUD Tai Gnrn CnIsr. -'I he reeent 'i3 grncoo' l Irtuj.1, ittelmpt? I ip fl tin Gov,riiiut andl the pulic, v by Mesi. Supben ont I freeman, has re cirel le itsinal blunv firm IAr. W. Gal bneitlh, wlhis 1 rrtii- *ar i s tsieer onn pub liliej toe the effect tdiet lie hIi fuiiuu gld*e the other li y on the -pot luhvre ;fe-r.. BIIo iCY en-I l.'ueha lia r l lit- ' jr 'uI ii, t C. · l~n:,rt"=r erol fC,' ; :,r, t~r ar17 IiL ~f :11 t:Fn or ts re ualhel prro·,s lu'eacrl huu-I ~l into alaeiut fir it in Mitchlna EiIe, CuL.I find "a traCe of it." Mr. Ga!b:raith, in a letter slresse;l to the Morntintg Chrsonicla and pub lishel in the last numbe r of t lat jouinal, states: --" Not satisol-,d with our labour an Tuesday, we returned on VWl\dnestlay and dtlg out more soil from the same iloe, washed it, anln the result waso- nothing. Now, mark what fiOllws : while we were at work hr the site of the creek, a man emoe down with a pan of dirt from a hole where Mr. Stephen's own party wasat work, an...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

ABSTRIACT OP SALI'S BY AUCTION T'uusnAY. JAn 29, By Carver & Ualton, at 12, Horses, drays, &c. Ftoydr, JAN. 30. By W. br. Tennent and Co., Melbour e, Cargo of the Anne J me. SATEvUDAY JAN. 31, By J. . Carr, at 1, 'lTbac:co, &c. Mo.Nnky, FEn. 2. IBy J G. C;, trr, ;at :uurban Lands T'I ur~:, Frn. 3 ,y Carvrr & D ..jii, ;. ;!, cargo of Re n.ow·I (torn l b<-:.i el -" Er.r.rav, Puio. 4, fly J. G. Carr. at 19, Furniture

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

MARKEIS. WHEAT AND FLnta.-Svdnev Flour Hills, January 16.-The market has been very thinly supplied durnn the week, prices have ranged fromn i5 to 51 3d per bushel. Flour remains firm at £14 per tenl fir le, and £12 for seconds, witzh a tndenev to adv:nce. Ilan, Is 41 per bushel. T. BUrker anl Co's. I!ilis, January 16. A few small cargoes of" wheat liave been received from the Hiouter, and! purchased at from os 3d to is 64 per huIhel. Flour cnt:iones firm at £14, seconds, t12 per ton. liran, Is to Is 2d per bushel. Vieteris F:lor Mills, January 16. No alteration lca been m:,.e inace last report. iii].

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COLOURED DAGUERREOTYPED PORTRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

CozouEDo ).GseaaREoTYreD orrTrAITS. - iWe have much pleasure in annonncing the ar rival of Mr Thomas Browne the ecinent Dagner reotvpe artist from Van Diemen s Land. The specimens we lhave seen of Mr Browne's artist e skill in taking portraits, appears to us a guarad tee that the famen ha hs .aejired throughout the Australian Colonies, as a thorough proficient in his profession, appears to be frlly deserved. The accuracy and eprfiet mastery Ir Browne has obtained in colouring hisportraits is indeed a?rpr?ine, while at the same time the objection somenmes nrgedt againt da?uerreatype and phatographie portraits in their first state, is alto. gether remored. Mr Frown informs us that his iany ens gements will prevent him rem:aiini in Geelong evcnd a few days. We therefore ad vise parties who desire the portraits of them selrve or their families taken. not to lose an on portunity which has never offered itself before in Geelong, and may not again for a lengthened period of time. Mr Browae...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

Tiro GOLD FLELDS.-Oar last report of thi actual exports of gohl amno down to thie 16th instant, at whicih time the sn!hpnmcnts unii~rriteul to 220,305 ozs., vidijal at £3 per co., £660,915. Since that dote the fllowing shiments havt e taken place:-u From Maelbourne Jan. es. dirt. gr. 19 Susanne.... Ilniburg 3,411 0 0 24 Shamroch .. Svdnrv 20,821 8 0 27 Statcismn.. Londun 42,379 0 0 7:3,111 8 0 Prom Gnhlong 10 Statesman .. Loudon 9,OCO I01 Total...... 62,,77 17 16 3fakinag a total, ohittin,; fec. tius of noinc0 of............ 3030482 oz,. Ailoinlo ig at 31 pr inse no .. L'j,3.2.1(. IV'i t will nor Sydney ;ijhbcur. coy to 1.130 -I bid. Tue PREss -The first rumber of an evening daily paper made its appearance ysterdsy. It is n: unpretoending little sheet entitled the ' Eveninig NewrS,' sd is, we believe, to be con uceted by 'Mr. G. Fialaoystn, lon connected with the piress of this colony.-' Argls.' GR.Ar LaG.AL BIu?NDERS Bn T'rI AUTno RITrES.-The Criminal Sessions thnt commence on Mond...

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

FOLICE OFFICE. WEIoEsDAT, JAY. 28. B3oo0: Captain Fran, J.P. Tho only delinquent this morning w= s .Tohn Brown, = wean?n belonging to one of the Lon don vessels at Point Henry, who uame ashore on Taesday,and pFartook of too mach grog. On the promise of inmmediately joining his vessel, which too he seemed very anxious to do, he was irpri manded aon disehnr~ed.

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