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GEELONG REGATTA, 1852. First Day, Tuesday, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
GEELONG REGATTA, 185~. First Dat, Tuesday, IOt Feibruary. Ist. The Lighters' race; entrance each lighter, £L Is. First prize, £15; seco 1 "ito, £8. 'Third boat to save entrance. Four to start or no race. 2nd. Whaleboats, not pulling more t'an fire oars; entrance eaeCI boat £1 Is. First Prize, £25; second do, £!0. hir rd boat tosaveentrance: F..ur-olred boat:s may enter for this race. Four to start or tli race. 3rd. First-class sa ling-boats, of 20 feet keel, or upwards; entrance each bhat £1 Is. First prize, £15; second do, £8. Trhird boat to save entrance. Four to start or no race. 4th. Amateur Rowing Match for boats not pullice more than four oars; ea trance each hoat £I Is. P ize, £15. Three to start or no race. 5tb. Whaleboats, not pulling more than four oars; entranc- each boat 10s6S. First prizd, £15; second do, £7. Three to start or no race. 6:h. Watermenu's boats, polling twe oars; ent:ancs each boat 10s Gd. Prize, £10. Three to start ,r no race. 7th. Boats, pdllinz a pair o...
IRELAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
IRELAND AND AIEItCA. (Frtm the Thnm'e.) A rertnin litt:e poe:n re!ates how a certain peooia.:-o oea dly took a cralk to ree hoe Lie onor little farn, the earth, went on. Thourh it is enee'ssrV to travel so for tar a preedentu or a justiicatioln of the tour which the Awerican Minimes is maokirut in Ireland, there is onn paint in ecmnrr tetieen the two niits-siz., that Ireland us oll practical purpozes belongs to thst (o:rr whoi multiter it is now eoterbtaitoio Mr Abbot l.n renem 'tees way to a verry natural instinct when he muakes a pilgrimuge to the be..rths tod the lt.rs that feed the popnlation of the nitest S~ato. The AeCriCan whortn:dIa on the qnays at New York sers a inst human tida iouriisu in at the rate of a thosnand a dir to owed lltr I n here, the wealth and the power. of his conutrv. toe sues it was the uirest necersitv which deroe them fromn tlhe toatdof their foohers, end he teco p"ise in that necessity tien p.rotidential means La whoic tee vast con tisert of Yorth Aer ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, FEB. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
ABSTRACT OF SALEIS Bflj AU2i IO: TnHRsDAY, FEB. 5. By J. G. Carr, at II, Pian, and furni ture; at I, Town Property. FalRDAy, FEa. 6 By J.G Carr,at II, Caro, fthe Ch.an pion; at 12, Suburban Property; at 1, Vtro-story - onse at Ashby. SATDRay, FEB., 7. By J3 i. Carr,at I, Furniture,at Ashby. TTuuasnnv, F.n. 12. By J. G. Carr, at I, Hos-e and Land at Beh!nontL FaRIDY, FEn. 13. BFy-. B. Hutton & Co., at 12, PaFurniture, plate, carriage. &c.
MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. Forest Creek, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
MOUNT .XLEXANDER DIGGISGS. (From the Argus.) Forest Creek, J.anar 2.7. Hosini pail a si-ts to Knetos, 1 mRa snr prisod ti e tid the ridge orcver the Colihan in such a dihaniited state. In the er.tre one sido of it has sa::k some eighteen inches, and the erth, gra?erl, re., which rovere! it has neat! d-apeir-rd, leavig it eatremely dan3erous for hiorse. LUnless some repsirs are msde during the line weather, the bhri,. will be swept anan o thE fr firsotd; o sanl as it is the on!y road to thlie .inis , Sran Hill, and other places, it ill he lo ih!v dL.n.erona , on neeoun~ t of the fo.~:is p!ares beig so steep. Shsahld this brid,? or the one at gKyneton be carried avy, it will cut our oil tostal comonnication diring thi winter. A fer poonds will remedy the U evil ." I trust tlis ill meet the eyes of gr Lenncn, wurs I feel sltiled, mill uroke the nrcenarr replrs. Innll.tmasion of the eyes is very preraient on he rour.d---t least one out of eve"y ten is lreaaed dwith the compainst. GC!, H...
ANNIHILATION OF THE FIRE ANNIHILATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
ANNIHILATION OF THE FIRE ANNIHILATOR. TnE knImown effect of carbonic acid, and some o:!her gases, in arresting comhus tion, led to the invention of a machine, thle object of whidch was to assist or sn persede. fire-engines. This machine, which was patented by Mr. Phillips, consists of a strong iron vessel, contain ing nitrate of potash, sawdust, powdered coke and coal, also chlorate of potash and oil of vitriol, the latter contained in a small glass vessel to be broken at the time cf usinu the instrument. The pro ducts of combustion are carbonic acid, carbonie oxide, and nitrogen, which, nith the raMur of water, issue with consilderable torce from the machine, and are theoretircnll incompatible with combustion. Experiments on a snmall sa3le in the lecture-room had led to a belief that this discharge would ctrectu ally arrest the progress of flame tinder other circumstances, and a fire annihila tor .ompany was formed to carry out the project. On the 8th of June, 1850, an experi ment ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
1ELIOUIRIE. Gor,.-With reference to a paragrnph in our is?ue otf Monday, htating that sales of gold Iod been tldtat £.?3 Is Gd, we are ledt to helieve that if seAh sales were made, it was to a very small I exrent; and that the price still remao tolerbly stccdy at shenut G60s.--r,. A Ga HMlos--Two letters from residents is the Matemro district appear in the S. f. Hersld, of Icanuary 24, positirel dening the trn:lh of the reprt tl:at "the riehest aold fied? in the Colon" hadi been diseovered in that loloity. Only'very slight idlications of the precions metal have ?et been detected here?.' A Cowt of Quarter Sessions ns hdeld on Tuesday, when the eonsof Walter loubsmn, appel Isrt.; William 3Iair, Andrew Scott, Esqe, and * enry Farrange, respondents, camne on fur trial. This was an appeal againstb the dc?sion of the two Srst-named res:olJnls, who are Geelong magrstrmte, in a case in which achareg of sly grng.ieiiiog had teen brought aoaint the a? pellant, on the infarmation of Frreangs. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
i 0I LO NDON.--The A 1 ship rF·AI.' Ie" tens rrciter. Francis Iorsee, r",ordtr ,Th mniant O hp is perrrclyT n -. .. .s ar'-rte orpomtani d t, shppiars f ool Ir mml~ftiso' for PagersN B ,.,l aa! ra° . hbip .. . ai.. P.o...sah o ... pro Sr' -?d" ao inrioe,! to inrl'ect the cbins t ,oat:tn on freml tht cfciros of i , ri . For freih t or pssaoce, Il. A. Too w Se riP:, h? C;Ft- Bol'c? or to IIE.?x' TnOfSoTI~o, 31, 'La" ;rt el'OOrne" - gle will ri:an n ? t eatn Ther " in 12 -r " ter tna hearsnl, will be glca t cc der I 1 N -Twthoqi deAtch Hshi o0GIIY." Duoar't. onmnader, has tod -o' eO1l .? e? Forifreight 0r passage ap iceOND0N di0re0 ct. - The finhe PrHSqeVIXGUAR, Sl-ed at Loyd's foR ? 5 '-hen Wlboh. WILLIAU OIRWOOD, I-r Ie steI aer portion of her Gso beioang en Sh?roel wll mot with qulio despstch. Has Wat f .o . " elbo-rne eavr Mhonno. yCis, Wnesdl~ay Tud Fri pday mornin s, ~-rEA~lER VESTA.-ltl Conseqoence f fib'r "i ,5-0Ti? olteodin" the Agency of the k. r' "" " Gerdo-., annd Lhe resio...
LYNCH ANARCHT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
T.rsT As-.mcur.--It semrs now that. I-' n.l dinlbt. Lynet-lawT. cr the unerpjtion of .a uhErit :y the pnt e '-rce. has staeblsebhl it at nar dia: ine . T!.i. tho-r h mcch to be Soecl z. c is bearcely f .e -wn.!drel at; anl the .1.-!' a ;::;r i, tt indrilduas who beforehand .aV:d i-a shlio.'re at the rera thoauht of F:ch a lbr'kn:aes catom. hare been compelled, ' ;.L ! t lir of r-t?-e -di'-prsemr?ion) tf a o'r it. .ec' i mins, Ly Lie worse than blun Sern: srtc:.i r:at Ias 'c?h aI'opted L the S.o,: GC*aeemmnr, lhre been b7 degr ees iorked p- t.I a kIJ - of rec'-;!P-rcss bht las thrown on ail rystrintt. Thi lvOp hasi ben so long I.'errevi, nd ii nerS la.nioasc. that a letter oe-ir cr !cina .onlld row ra, that aleast life an I property woall be nec-rej. Not the remotest rnV-to'n of Sir ee'-l p-dicy has yet "ppearel f oa the s'cs tf the rxentire Goverment. With Californ'm. 0fore o::r eyes, and with ; . ,?ptato-:n tv it uC even stro, er thlan Per C.i;t,;n. 5-?-,poe1e. it ?Tqires no _reat ...
MELBOURNE. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
CLEAnEa OIT. Fe:nanr ?.-Filsh, l.i6, 159 tans, Srit.I, .n*r * fr Adeiiiide. i seners-six in the V27Iary I.-Dart, V3ri, 154 tow. . Cl;irt, n.ste-, tfor Syr nv. Pas-e I.'er-' r- Norran and five chilh'Lan., vrs I',r . C.ptaiu Fox. !es.s~ Sphei-l. IP.Ii'er, J'one-, SparIo, * :nytil lAeekes, R 0udei:h anl B*lthe, Mr. Wii li'.rn nd :ir 2 children, lir. Jones astd tro clil M,&lt;r, Sr am! Mrs HIk-? . F.--uary 3--Foavorite, harqn., 19S tnns, I!. V. .!"rr;'»r oe, f- iric;n"to!. Passcn : s.-&lt;i S. Iorti-nir, Ir.i eotiritz, Mi3s Aor ti:er, liss S. luortirne., aIni laster IL Morti m-, .dui forty-5?ve iS tlih st:erage. O.'h. I-;r nc3;on, It. n,.. ton. F. 3--Qr: n of ShOrt, for Al.laiJo. i' ';. :-fdi I of Auck;a::!. fLr f o. TR7OJ!:CTrE-D DEPARTP'ES. AI: ic . a.T d rt:ll, 0.) rIV. Nr-. 6abLrlln i, fir nin;! , naout the 25th irstant. Ana. for A«,!.1:, a iT, on t i 9th ans:t. S*a qseen, fi.r A.o.tpiel..l Frih vr. !'Preid:li. fu.r ItEl 'ri. T rr', on Sai?. l.e.r e .,rri;;:es, f.ad:...
FRENCH REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
FRENCHI REPUBLTG. A!thoan-h the reports of ehanlg in the Frenh ministry io not appear to rest,upon any solid fnulndtioll, tIere are nota few whro hlileve a noilrcation probable; partiralarlr those who see, or faner tho, see a vilent diTfferuene of opinion between the president ofthe reublic anid his cab:ier, relmestinm the repeial of the electoral losw of Ma 31. IL de Iar hejalp-cqein intentds, on the meet ing of the ossombly, to bring frward a motion la a total rceisin of the c,:titutitn. Gen. Castellaina has interdiceted, in the 5th ned 0th military divnsioan, the sale of fire demo cretin almanackas.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
tth lat ITALY. hte t the lt Secret Consitory held bth Pope an opinion was eaprosoos that the very, fital erroro of Sociulicn and Clem.annism have been famsented in a great meosure by the laws ennc:ed my various States on the eolaject of eclensiastinol j'ropertv The Corriere ercan tile of Genoa of the titt replies to this ouoertion I by esving, that the irot Gommunists aren the doctors of the Catholic Church beo wrole againet receiving interest for the loan of moner, aol the foundero of moentic institutions who prceche4 the doctrine of producing little and consmoig Iess, Ihenuse they regarded the pos snsionl of prpertr us a crime. The orefl plpeIation of Ireland ic pooriegnoot in vast oneners. From Dublin alone the weehly ieportores for Aemerice, incloding thooe going mo the firot bnetence to Liverpool, areruge from 4,000 to 5,000, On one dca, Oi0 emigrants left time port of Corc. From oiler ports ec.ni demrnhl numinero ore conotomtly on the more : end there noemo not, in sny directi...
COCHIN-CHINA.—'EXECUTION OF A MISSIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
CGCIIIN-CHL\A.--'EXECUTION OF A MISSIONARY. (From the 3Sdrats Spectator, October 3.) The Moaiteur OEiciel has letters of recents dates from Hongkong whieh furnish some inter evting particulars rganringg theexlzeution o' a Roman Cathoelic 3isionary, AL. ,icheelillr, by order of the Kiong of Tonqui,. After the death of Taiea Tri, in 1847, his second son, bhanm, who was about 19 or 20 years of age, ascended the throne, and assnted the name of To Due: his elder brother An Phoug being excluded from the snecession either by the will of his father, or by the Grand Conncil of RanLuans. An Phiong astnrally dl?soitented at his own exclosion from the thrwne sought repeatedly to in!dce the Christiahs io join his party, by pmromising them not only permislmn, bust the full ueight of his inflence towasrds cnvertin, the ettire kir.gdrm. The Christians. Ierendled by his promises, cun suited 31Air Lelieei, Co-adjutor to the Vicar Apostch on Eastern Coebin-Chins, several times on the Eubject, and were...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
OtHNA. C!ItS.. .JiPrt.--The jnks arrivin. at Shanghae re port the Jap~ose as asuffering froen a severe famine. PEirsG.-it is stated that 3n-ehong-nai, the Prime Minister of China in the days of Taonk want, aEoe degradation along with Keying we mentionel .me months ago, dial atr Peking on the 9:h of July. lie had attained an old age, being upwsrdt of four-score. KwIao-si.-Since the dearture of Sea, the Governor-General, for Kseing-i, no intelli genee has been received of the progrese he has made in snhluning the "rebels," of whom also we hear nothling. Tao Tnoors.-The sanitary condition of the troops, up to the preseut periodl, contrasts very favourably with that of the preceding seaon. Durina the last week of July and lirst three weeks of August last year, the dleaths were 53, of which forty-eigh~ t occarred in the 59th legi menL Daring thie Etme period this year eleven of the garrison hnre died, of whom eight be longed to the 95th. This is the more re matrkable since the number of ...
DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
DEX?IAIK. ThIe Kaner Zeitue; Enate from Cpenhageo, of the lith instant, th~s the ,ilster~, W. Mohkk, . te, ktle, and Redtz have re-igned, end than the Kin hs aece~pted their re-tgna tion. '[he Cabinet is caonseuontly diilved anl another crisis has began. The most cm trnulletorv rnnvmnars are ailoant respetin; the for mationl of another Cabinet, but it appenrrs cr tain that either 3L. Tilliech or Couat Sponnerk will receiv the King?s ~ammands for that pur-: pore.
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE.i EtLECT;ON OF LunD lATOn ror TIE Er~srse ! Yui-OJn Mouday a Common ILdl was held for the purpone of elecing a Lord 3ayer fur the ensuing \ear. The Lard Mlayour, the alenaen, the twro new Sherif'. Mr. Cotterell ani Mr. Swift,. the te-order, and the other city oificers, assem!led is the Guildhall, in their state dre-res, Soon tlfter ten telcek, and proceeded to St. Lawrence's courch to hear diijee sereice, e trediatele after which the proeedings cola.i ,cesced. 'i'The election of the lier-y having fldln upoe the two next aldermen in rutation to the chair, Alderman lianter and Alderman Chahlis, the CourtofAhdermen cleated Aldenrman Hinnter, the senior alderman, to fill the otifice of LnIl Mayor for the enuing year. dAldermtani thuter, the Lord Mayor elect, amidst loud a:qrobatioa, exp-es~ed hiL re?tulines to takeho u1o him the ofice of chief mt.isonate, the imprtant duties of which he woldd, he ascared the livev, use his bhet exertiloas to perfrnrm to the sa~isfc...
SYDNEY. MINING INTELLIGENCE.OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
STDNEY. MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Pathurot Free Presm, Jan. 24.) There is little to comnmun?icate in the gold digtzini line, owring to a flodl hiech took piace on 'lne?das weenk. A thunnder storm set; in abuot eight o'clock, with immense violence, nd il continuaed for a considerab!le portion of the ni-ht, the rain pourinug down a delage for ,everai hoars. The bedelhims are ofesore com plutely swamped for a time, and little good has been obtained ; hut shor.l tha present fine weather continnC. the miners may speedily re nsame operations. Heaton and artyF dispo-ed of their elam a dam or tw?o age Tfor 130L, the approaching regtta h~avng greater aiiurements than the ,old of Op!lir. ilaning bogged a k ong little trtune, they are bent on seeing a ltttle sport. The pur chasers will have no resan to complain of their amr?in, as the claim is nut worked to tie tenth part of itsealpsubilitier. On Thuruday morning a ehild belonging to a person named Gcld?nch fell into the reek abont ire mi...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
Fir iI'onrv Yhirn"r ~ran~wr In th~e mr~nnn4,1 o ~LC( ',l!n'ii'tB , p~nlivin Zovernment tneuhr~irhj ~nr A,5e'ey(Ulh,!. in Afrmnid.!,LfrI tte'sr~vri~cbn (1' e~m r- nI whih inwn lin~de ftc I-.I- inltn t[I b~rj Pvnie: in :he nea.ltre. 'I !e ~inemnmnni~n Governor ,teily rere?eting that hoovr well intendee and 1lasible the measure s ules ted ii the memonria might be, they are either im pacticeable, iefflctual, or so imperfect, as to be vtacpable of realisitg the expetedl relief, and taue the coinling or stmping of old so as to give is circulation as ahle tender, would ?b an nrt bhvoud dth power and pnrivileg's of any local authority In consequence of this refaals, the Chnmler of Commerce convened af dil meeting, and a deputataion of somue of the leading gentle meu of the Adelaid e territory waited uplon His Ecellency uith a second memorial, recon meniludm t:e stamping of gold ingot at a fisxad lue oft itOs per o,.ca. lieroc.rEu DiscovReY ? OF COD.-Forfut of beie ia tihe poisition of the s...
MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852
3IORETON 1AY.. T. BLAtcs.--The natirvohbiekSin and around Brinitne hare hee- ercedinglc tron!deso:n:ae hlaely. On lar Frihy iseek thie hroke into the loase of Mr Peattie, at. nle Farm, and stole nc.'crt nrlhiles. On Vlnednelar, a old watch ar.d a knife wtere stolen from the residence of 31r A. Knowles at Kan.;esra. 'oint, anld a natie black afterr:anls so!l t'! knife:o the rife of the lesvce of the Knsn-roo Point ferrr. The watch has notret been found. The Policealse been in ptrsuit of the mIaran:eir, bt, nh yet, witihouk ucce.o. Oa Setnniay last a nlamber of tie DCi ble'~s Isl:d hheks were i, Ihishsne. andl one of theni, known as 'Billy Barlow":' havi:i a, grmd'i against Bridsb ie bhlci eadIl " uorkey,"; wilk he oiipo.tnoity of stealine almn the lattier while he was stowin samlear~mic.es mn lsbat far _ isherman namedl DIff, ant struck him on the back of th' nsc-k wi th ete ee ofa tomahasuk, intlictin adleep in: e sc-nrona wound. JIcrkeyu' jl?aped into the ri?ver andt male his ese?p...