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GOVERNMENT MISRULE AT THE DIGGINGS. (To the Editor of the Argas.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

GOVERXIEri IISRULE ls AT THE, * IGGIKGS. (To the Editor of the Argus.) Sie.-On last Wednesday, Hressre. Langhorns ind Meaburn, who ire purchnsing gold in the neighbblrhood, received information that it was the intention of a. ang of about twenty thiees, rlho are also residino here to p-y them a visit. Thay requstei mei to assi.t herm in keepiin wtch I ijd o, s sad cý,tincbnd wiriching every night up to Sunday. (C Sitrdiy nizhit we were np the whole night in conseqence of these men prowling about. . On ?nnd.ty mornilng, I went round to the people residing in the im mediate vicicity, and got theb consent of 120 ab!e men to be sworn in special constables, and whose intention it nas to keep watch by turns. After obhtiining those nanm.s L went to. Mr Com missioner Biater, who aplproved of oar plan, and wv aunious to assist mr. He requested me to preead to the 3ounnt with him, and obtain the consent of the ntaistrriat, and got them to come 'over and siver us in as sneeiel constableF, I di...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE SQUATTING INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

T, l SQLPUATTING INTEREST. Tz fol!oaing letter from Mr IH. S. Wills, to the Editor of the Sydney Her?Il, is at once important and cnrious. Iis invertives are somewhat irjetc ons, and we ore rather inclined to place faith in ie acts. Hisintention of importingrfourteen miles of fencing (nearly one hundred miles of iron rods) is si.nificant of confidence as to show that he considers the VIOLenT santi-squatting politicians unworthy of the serious notice he bestows upon them :- - When 3Ir Wenterlrth ~sserted that this colony was a precipitated into a nation," manr were inclined to agree with him-; hut when in'almost the same breath, he prognosticated death to the sagricultnral and sqosttr r interests, he decidedly contradicted himself ; without food, gold fields cannot be worked, and on her agricultural and pastoral interests, this country must depend en tirely for faol. Ifshall not speak of agricultural reslts--I shall confine myself to pastcr:l. In the latter end of 1850, and the begin...

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

PORTLA.ND PoRa Fnarr Ta?te.--I the Bdlfast harhaor there are three vessels loading for London, with worl and other produce: the Helen, the Wick life, and the Sydney Griffith respectively. A. [IT.- A. fet 'ood traldesmen, such as shoemakers, &e., &e., from Taomania or any of the neighbouring eoioniea would find ready and remunerative employen:Pt here. Toel Wl' SSian.--Within these fewa days a species of the snake genus has been sen ia the nlbhmrbs never before witnessed in this place ; in f, et, it was not supposed to exict in the di! trict. I party near town while leaking for his horse, came upon one of tho-e reptiles, a species the tn?t danerous .l ldevily? I o i all the slake tribe. Parents who allow Ihei-r children to roam at large in the husch sholll take a warnin fraom the lets related, and keep their child rea out of harm's way,.-Portland Herald. -~ -

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

GOVrEN3E~NT LAND SEALE. Trre first of the Land Sales recently proclaimed in the Government Gazette, eamo of yretemr,0H at the mart of Messrs Tennent anl Cropper, Gcrrnment Auctioneers, Elizabeth-street. The attrnla?ene in the eommencement was to!eral!v monf, bat fell, off towards the afternoon. A bri.k comretition was manifested in the bidding of some lot,, particularly at Kyneton and Welsh pool (the latter being a newly formed country township iii Gipps Land.) We snlboin thepar ticulars of each lot : STown Lors. WILLIARS TOWV. Parish of Cot Paw Paw, county of Boure. (Upset prce, £50 pyr anre.) 1. 2r, allot 2 see 5; W. Hall, 2?51 2. Or, allot 8 see 5; C. J. Perry,35L, 3. 2r, allot 10 see 5; W. T. Thlrise, 251. 4. 2r, allot I see 6; W. J. T, Clarke, 731. 5. 2r, allot 2 rec 6; ditto 511.

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

SYDNEL The Empire s?rs, the Eanrlish press speculates on a larrre snsios to our population ; nht we cmnot helo remarkig that the anticipations of anvrush of ether steam or sailing resels to our port, are re?.ere.l very lo'i?tfid of realization, hy the f?et of the time haRing long elansed dnring whichrl sterersc leving Eglandti early in Octoher might have rech.sl here. We asm hrb no m?irs demnooina res to the nlri matc imr.etus iwhich nstirilia :rill receive from her noriferets ' lth : bnt it n.nppear.evident that the lenefi?~ent effcat will le ruch more hto::! then has twmi hit:hrto goenenllyex pstel. There is rnen int. ho:vere. in tile in telgracer, :hibh must ertea unalloyed rrret thronznout all portions of the Australian com monuit: we ulnlde to the forelhe language of tie leadling jurinal of Europe "The Times," calling on the British Government to forward troops to Anstrdli:. for preventing the present operations of the diggers. That a strong Exe entire power is necessary, al il...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

RONMONG E RY ESTABLISH M1ENT, R YRIE -STI?lEET, GEELONG. PREDERICK B-AUER begs to inform the public of Gee!ong aend neigh hourhood, antd the Settlers and Farmers of the Western District. that he has re ceived the first portion of his supplies of GENL RAL IRON?lIONGERY, IRON, a?r.Tar.s. PAINTS, &C., EX "?CHRISTABEL," WOOD STOCK," "CLAUD," "ZET LAND:" " A .E1I FOY?LE, and having a!-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. F. B. having had ex'ensive experience in the business which he has commenced b th in England and abroad, and having made arrangements which will enable him to receive regular supplies from the Best E :zlilesk Mlanufacturers, can with confidence solicit a share of public patronage. Ilaving se!ected Geelong as his per manient place of residence, F. B. is more desirous , f obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less cer...

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

WOODOSD. Countv of DalbousiM, pulhl of WoorrdxIe '(Upset price 81, per acre.) 6. 2r, allot I ee 2 ; T. Falhe, sOl. 7, 2r, allot2 sec 2; W. Erans, 601. 8. 2r, allot 3 sec 2; C, Day, 401. 9. 2r, allot 4 sec 2; W. Erall, 301. 10 2r, allot 5 ee 2; J, P. Iain, 31. 11. 2r, allot 6 see 2; ditto, 28'. 12. 2r, allot 7 sea 2; Irown and Strcart, 441. 1. 2r, allot 8 see 2; .. Ifraonl, ol). 14. 2r, allot 0 see 2; T. Liley, 52. 14. 2r, al)t 10 see 2: ditto, 501. 15 2r, allot 10 see 2; ditto, 5W. 16. 2r, allot I ser'; L ?.?ga, 701. 17. 2r, allot 3 see 3; J, Scott, 211, 13. 2r, allot 3 & e 3; ,. Scott, 21L. 10. 2r, allot 4 se 3 ; lilt, 251. 20. 2r, allot 5 se, 3; . . II \e!lon. 29!. 21. 2r, allot 6 we 3; J. . P, 3ti,, l81 22. 2r, allot 7 sei! 3; I?lnry Kennelly, 821. 23. 2r,allot 8 ee 3! . . P. Main, s50. 2 t. 2r. alot 9 ore ? ; .T. Stamers, 301. 25. 2r, allot 10 eec 3; Brown ad Stowart, 30!. k KTNETO.-. Parish of Lnristoin, county of Da:d!ousie. Upset price £S per anre. 26. 1a, allot I sec...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

GEFLOXG. .Toanrv 23-ian)ilei; ebooner, 72 toni, R. 1. nouAal, master, fromn Melbourneo. Jun3.u ýr - Marn, schooner, 29,' ons, CLaeARED 01T.. J ,nuirrv 2?-Aerfo1le, b.rqne, 417 tong, J. '?['llan, master, for London via Melboorne. o pass: eaers . 'Tinm. , agent. SJanuari 21-Jane Cain, lorque, 202 tons, Oor, KIiarck, master, for London. No pas n'ors. I. Gib.b, n2ent. 12teoRTS. Per Ttniler, from Melbourne-10 hloLo, I .pe, 27 quarter-cosks, 23 octaves wine, C. antes; I Ia'o woolpaeke, 5 enaes, Onler; 92 ask bottle I Leer, Sants; I50 camp ovens, 170 vers, 139 iron pots, S. Imanli:_. Pecr Maria, from Melbourns--- quarter-casks wine, Gibson anu. Carle; 9 bales roolpacks, 31 tr soes, 3 coils wool ashling, Stralnn an a Co; 150 bags salt, Jackson, Rae and (o; 3 hnles *woolnac's, 1 metal wheel, Timms. oxOsrS. - Per Aberayle, for Lonlon-59 'bales wool, .0. " .rowne and 14; 102 do, A. G.ldsmith: 201 3e, I lon 1od, Strachan aol Co; G9 bales, West .:rh, Los-s and Co; 6 do. Donalds and Hamil ton; 12...

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

1OR1 LONDON.-- The I lship F s1G's L " ]020 tons register, Frsnei - Boce. nder. t, o acnis~tnt shi is prtotl ns. aodit~r a tint-rate ro.il Otrtit to sippers of spool ,.l aIO r n tnintio fd s or f rizrtp or ts" o lan t tl lr a 'o ins, t it to pro o d a d arinitld to inlpect the cabins. otrit oill oe-; ? ievery attention frot thle officers of tIhe .i ? r wh ";?r n is carried. For freight or pass-m e, pelu CPt. BoOCc., or to HIrTxs TIOoPSO. , 31, - oz fT Wrrl Itten 0n to hrs (Ii "E ' n til - be scrwed ; . .rr.riteni. - sill r lto t .trs to this e ltict. 0 RO LO N ON.Th A ship o IICoGFILY." Durnt eommander, ha5 good cenmodoticrt for PasGOrEt. FO. freight or pas.age nop l to DLOE GORE & Co. -OR LONDON direct. -- Thle fine SI tsnrue ANSGUARD. claed at Llod's for P yeainr tons burthen, WILLAuI GgitCWOOD, ner, the greater portion of her raargo being sn lo,.g. TE oeosl stmiltmootr itts qoeie tio nepotl. ngs Whar f for reboi ponoirs. Apply Io T~'00orr;Tt B.oso & Co., Gooloog o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 January 1852

SVe yesterday had the pleasure of an nontcing that a Steam Navigation Com pany was lik'ly to be organized in (ee long: and 'e have now the still greater pleasure of iinforing car readers that reveril influential persons have under "' crnsideratiom the establishment of a co lonial Bank. ndeed we hare seen a dra t of the prospectus, a business-like an p.repose like document, which bears upc~ t:e face of it, proofsof the intimate Macm.aitr.Ice of the compilkr with the sabject, guided by circumspection and a caanon.s consideration of the diificulties to be surrnounted. VWe do not aldocate the establishment of a c?ljoial :Ba, on the gronnd that either of the E:u;i';;.' Banks Lave acted improperly towards the public. On the con.trary, wie l:clie tLat the maniage ment of !býth of tliche anks has been rarke!5 y ivry great liLerality-greater iifact than mihit have been expected fron ali ncom3 -nes. On the other land. t'.e English Banks :have no c!aim u-r n the' public bccause cf their lil.cr...

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

1IELBOURNE. ARRIVED. ar.n-..- 27- ercr, cntter, 80 tons, J. Tcl loch, mn- 5er, fi'om Aelaide, !6: instant, with * tacen-cyigt passcngers. Jarnu?i 27--Favorite, schooner, 96 tons, Tho:~na Stericker, mn-sfer, from Sydner, 15th instant. Passengers-(cabin)-31r Spain, Mr -Gae, Ir II. Ferris, I3r W. Merry, ir J. G. Eoger, s..J lhirty in the steerage. SJAnhary 27-- alvron, brir,, 174 tons, Samuel .Tnaoch, ma.ter, from fLnceston, 25th in.tant SPassengers -(crilin)-M-rs I;ammord, Strs lolor S3fIesrs. T. and J IPag, T. Hammond, IL Atlins, iA. Stevenson, Thnoas Edwarls, T. Athins, and I .isxty-one in the steerage. CLEARED OUT. Sarnsry 27--Protlandl, schooner. 75 ton-, ! John Mritchel, aster, for Hobart Town, in bal last. No prssen-er. J * anui a 27-S-nramento, barque, 412 tons, i. Gwrakin, marter, for Hobart Town, in ballas. , o passengers. oJan; ry 27--Peeri, brie, 145 tons, J. W. B. : Treg.rihs, miaster, for Idncneston, in lEallst. 4o pasen ners. .-' January '7- N.tiln;, b?riae, 191 tone, G....

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

STEAM TO AND FROM MEL BOURNE DAILY THE VESTA resumed her   regular trips on Thursday the 22nd instant, and will con     tinue to leave Cole's Wharf, at 7 every morning (Sundays excepted), and Gee long at 1 the same day. In order to secure despatch, no goods will be taken in her unless passengers   are with them, to whom notice is hereby given, that all freight is to be paid be fore landing, and that no charge will be   taken of them further than landing them   on the Wharf.   G. W. COLE Wharf, January 21, 1852.   THEATRE ROYA L,   GEELONG. . CROWDED HOUSES! ARRA Y OF TALENT!!   MR. G. COPPIN, For FIVE NIGHTS Only ! ! ! During whose engagement, the doors will be open a quarter of an hour earlier than usual, and no half price will be taken. Mr. Deerim calls the attention of all patrons of the Drama, to the present   week's performanices, the co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

-?.OUlED DAGUERREOTYPE ~J ~OPT~r;1TTT~ioTAI03S 5BOOSE. fDcgurreo CKtoo Porc, T CoArI T HOMAS 1RKS, 'OKs tV 1i;,e hricc t thot 111 tvre ATIW' ^ r Is lat'l . occnpled by Mr ecar-i. to dAe f. ro r' St altiontry Rp' sitor, 'taoot .r tr-l, " nd c ro.r p.e;ared to I'erirc S"a:. o:'strt'an oue ' pt rrniJ s in lIle flt s yle' be uihr d ll}mlursofa rwlrd, nu t ewrdLo stur obclJcut1 Sshic I fhite hIn ES , Any p rso - F fIN nGOKS At fill Station,ery phFD IAitb-tree,? nex to Mr Towloe. !.[tO IC b t- ORKS, crOM *ais DiUAY lBIBIr-; Tet mrentl , Praorp " n ert' .o Deolion, R Iitrol' IMrovlree'. C or?s0 nd Decrees of the Cnil of Trent fl4tttr lcre-d Dr Goolhroe t, lEjCleit pech Sermonh Oashan's -ermnc on' iscrioi Win iraTdiTe, a To of Cotlsc ocr : - I - present Yelr.-- few still -AEn. t Bnd rOWNE'S fionery DA Pr-.siory, adv!anc- n cth day of tie month, aind s htoMol-:.lot rere . WCATIONOL .ORKS, Ccirhcok%. Slatn,% lc--' Tarco sup'ty to r"iret d'a racf,,ho at the trrminatioa of the prenent en An d i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

ABSTR?ACT OP SALES BY AUCIION FaxR.Y, Jn. 30. By W. !4. Tennent and Co., Melbour-c, Cargo of the Anne Jane. SATunnrDAY, JAN. 31. By J. G. Carr, at. II, Tobacco, Boots,&c. MONDAY, FEB. 2. By J. G. Carr, at Suburhan Lands. TuvmDAY, FEB. 3. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, cargo of Re nown from Aberdeen it EDNESDAY, FEB. 4. By I. G. Carr. at 12, Furniture THuasDr, FEB 5. By I. G. Carr, at I, Town Property. FRIDAY, FEB. 6' By J. G Carr, at 1, Two-story 'ouse at Ashby. THURSDAY, FEB. 12. By J. G. Carr, at I, House and Land at Belmont. THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONrG. CROWDED HOUSES! ARRAY OF TALENT!! MR. COPPIN IN THREE PIECES. MR. G. COPPIN, For FIVE NIGHTS Only ! ! ! During whose engarement, the doors will be open a quarter of an hour earlier than usual, and no half price will be taken. Mr. Deerin? calls the attention of all patrons of the Drama, to the p esent week's performances, the company be inog (without any exaggeration or ex ception), The most talented in tke Australasian . C...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

1NEW .?"tJ1 ISC riL \ .i rSTA _ ISI T, IENT. GE.LONsG. 'REDERiICK RBAUER b-gs to inform slhe r.ublic ,f Geelang and neigh bodlrhtot, ?ad the Settlers-and Farmers of the Western i.tsict..that he ihars r ceived the first psortion, of his sup'lies of GEnERAL ITOXVNOGER Y, lows, Mivrroi, P.stars, &e., EX - GHOISTABEL," " WOOD STOCK" "CLAUD," '" ZET LAMND," "BAlERFOYLE," and havig 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 fOzLESALz _O R RETArL. F. B. having had ex ensive experience in the business which he hls eommenced bIth in England aand alir.ad, and having made arriangements whidh:'?ill enable him to receive regular supplies from the Bsi .E'solive t3intufaeturers, can sith contidence solicit a share of public patrionage. Having selected Geelcng as his per manent place of residence, F. B. is more desirous of obtaining the lasting pre ference of purchasers to the less c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

. ;m- M'elb'mne Herald, under the head : Importaat Immigrtion News," makes She statements below. We do not, how rer, attach much importance to the S unour, for we never knew the Emigra ion Commissioners to fulfil their pro a:ses. What else can be expected when hey are responsible to nobody ? S. ie -a- tii ed in being enabled to an - n 'e, from what we believe to he nndoubted uthirity, that his Excelencv the Lientenant 'overnor is in receipt of a despatch from the ight Honorable the Secretary of State for he Ci'onies, communicatino the important fact hat instructions have been given to the Land od Emigration Cimmissioners to take S"me iate steps towards securing a copious npp v of immignints for theFe colo 'es, in the proprtion of three vessels S er every two months for New South tales, nd tw, vessels in each month for Vie iris. Fr-o thi it would appear that Lord Trev is at enth becominn fally sensib!e of the :.aims of this co!ony, which for the last tena 'enrs has contributed to swe...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

VAN DIEMKE'S LAND. Hobart Town and Lanceston papers hare come to hand to the 23rd instant, from which we glean the fallowing intelligence: The effects of the gold discorerees are begin ning to derelope themnelre in Van Diemnen's Land. Coals nre £l per ton, nnd firewood the sameprice. T'he gold dirrgers hare come back to obaot Town from Victoria ahlmoetshoeloss, in consequence whereof hoota and shoes hare risen very much in price. At the same time there is the same scarcity of leather and labour at Melboorne and Geelono, and we, the people in this colony, muit Jusi patiently wait the coeree of erenta. LAW ow roa VrcrocrA.-The Gall Seeker, Victoria, Jahe, Creole, Dart, Jenny Lied, Free Trader, Go-a-Head, Pilot, Cheshire Witch, Sword Fish and Margaret Brock are all laid on for the Gold Conntry. Lwsentkrrrc Courcint-On the motion of the Colonial Secretory, the Tariff proposed by the rorernment, and the boo, member for Hobart Tusro (fr Chapman) seere referred to a Belet Committce, who wa...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

':. GZFO.Lr, STICt :,fAarr.--aboujt 150 head f h e staock have chit-n--d handa duoring the *,t wee;, an:l reaiedi thie fol!orin, prices: ,ion-h baiki , f.-m 7:, to '1 ; good saddle and , arwess heorn, £12 to £LIs; unbroken ditto, £5 ', £12: draft hl:m-,, £20 to £34: working :adc!nko, £6 to £11 ,p'r pIir; mi!ch cowr, nn *i.ahle. Fat.entil ct'alol ttr, eat norne in the irrket. G,,d dr.,fa hrsoes maintain their S.rices, it all other kinds are on the decline. 2anL-rL 0 Scr. * Tane Escr-.--No ~ccrt f-om Meount Alo :il'er arrived ysterday. It was rel, r:ed at the reacore. Ly a ian awhto arrived ala)ot two 'lok:, th,? the esort was thirty-bhre miles .*'am Melbouke e at 12 ,a'clck, anl it imay there ore he -npectdl in toen early this morning. hie e-r'...tl' from Ea!!arst are 17 oza. 15 doto. 2 g~rs.--Ar n?. SArc:ro?ssTs--'Tiie ftllowinr- n7p'intments " ' notithii in yesterdav's Goveroment Gazette: '-air..orathan Clerke, to be Colonial Assistant or: ;gan for tlhe district of Gelon; 31Mr. BeP...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28.SUBURBANS LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE WEDOESEAT, 7A.dUIaR 28. ScU.xBA1 LoTs. Parish of Prahran, Co;ntr Bourke. 1. 46n, James Mnrphy, 621. per acre 2. a31 3,6 p, B:own atd Stewart, 621. S3. 3a 3r 24p, .Tmes Osborn. 661. - . 4. 2.t 2r 15p. Broxn and Stenar t 5. 3.r Or Sp, Nicholson and Osborne, 861. 6. 2. Ir 36p, Thonmas totherwell, 901. 7. 3a Ir 33p, Thomas Mothelrwell, 1251. Parish of Cut Paw Paw, County Iourke. 8. I5;s, Ross alndi Covanagh, 11. 7o. 9. 158;, O'Sell andt Wheeler, II. s. i0. 158a, William Hall, 11. -s. Parish of CTIrlsrhe, County DaIhousie. 11. to 14. Withdrawn. 15. 160s. English and Steed, 21. 4s. Parish of Benalli, Cointy unnamed. 16. Sa r 37p, J. Meam, 21. 10s. 17. 5, J. Bason, 21 i0a. 18. 5;, no offer 19. 4a, J. W. Hfollnrwa, 31. 20. 4, J. W.tHolloway, 31. 21. 5;, J. W. Holloway, 21. 10s. 22. 6a Or 27p, Gleecon, 21. 10s. 23. and 24. No offer. 25. S?t 2 7p, Mitchell, 31. 26. Sa 3r 13p, Mlitchell, 3l. 8s. 27. end 28. No offer. 29. 5, J. W. Hollowar, 21. 10s. 30. 5a, R. Clark, 21 14s...

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POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 29th January. Befpre J. F. Strachan, Esq., M[?] C., Lient, Addis, and Capt. F. Eyans. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 January 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, 29th January. Before J. F. Strlcehne,Iq, ~J; C ., LOnt. Addis, and Capt. F. Evans. OBScENc uIAonGUAGE. Alexander Cameron, a ship carpenter, residingr at Melbourne, was placed in the dock chargedln with using obscene languiage in the public streets on Wednesday last. Lieut. Addis tnldCameron that the iahabitants of this town were not to be subjected to thIe disgusting Iposition ofheari:ng drunken seamen mae use of languaoge that was unfit to repeat, anmid fined him 20s or seoren days' imprisonment. " ASSAULT. Mrs Mary Collins, with three vounn children by herside, was brought before tihe Magistrates to answer the complaint of d(rs Margaret Woods, who stated that the defendant, on Sunday morn mg last, watched herout of her house, and pur sued after her with a brick-bat in her hand, giving her chase over a five-acre field, and even tually discharging the missile at her head; and all this without the slightest provocation. ~Mrs Collins, in answer to this, inform...

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