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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 5 February 1852

(crOt AsOrTH COEsEsrO.??eT.) Thenmest exeitint trple in this qacarter is the late monlerous attack and robbery of Mr Carter, and the feelings nppermost in the breasts of most people are admiration of Mr Carter's man3ly ri sitance of tha villions, and disgust at the apathr of the anthoirities in the matter. The news arrived here cn Friday night hy Munrphy, the jrockey, who was on is swar to Sydner, anti until the Monlny following iot aneosingle step was ta~en towards the apprehension of the de linquents If tnis is the ry in lwhicb the pallie safety, and the eotritr of pron and promperty, are to he provided fir by the powers that be. we shall from neoeity he eomFelled enach and all to Cadopt Oliver C;omweil's eelebratedl injunctisn -' Put roar trust in Providence and keep your powder dry' So,me of the Ophir ditgersaresin~ very rwell, 3i esrs. Porter and Bai have sold their claim, comppriono seven licenses, in the ftllowing man ner-one half for £70, a fourth for £30, and the remainder ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

SHIP GCLl XDLEII Y. A. R. REED & CO. T] dAVR a first-rate -uppl y of ever " article in the ashore braneh nof nij l+usincss, anId of the yve~ best desipript i :covng which will be foun:rd the follow ing : Irunlinr_, onf a1 o'iths and cla?rs Blrreos of ererv size,strapped and plain Ilooks anld thimbles Rlr:;e rope, fromn 2-inch to 4-inch Do d?o. 9 to 18 Ihread R?attlirpgrulrline, lhouseline pnnvrarn, naknm Manila rope ofa 1 siz-r SeWintr, ro iinre, A~n! se-aming twine Need! s fnor ll Orposes Paints of all colors Pitch, tar (Storeholm and cnal), ro?in Black. solar, sperm, lin-red, and boiled oil Cnvas, fro", No. I to 8 Shit, ad signal lanterns With a iatoe a solttn|!tto lsofinlf ver 'tescripti,,rn ai 1716 Persones prL cedin. to the CAN n sue+pdliedl a"h every requisite at the Unrdersigl~ed, on very tio dera.te terms. hleal Gold icks D+, do shovels Cradles itarpauliins C(t?'o, o(r'ns, on a new principle Tea kettles Tin dippers, dishes, "c. Japan'd 1?r lkinog mns . C'ps'and sauce...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

-- a i. -h.k to be called the of;?-l Stc Bankig.9 Com I L ;QOt(o, to coitg. olf 4t000 ,I??? , 1`)? c.if payabll e by ittt11 tlt C.: " . s.arset , for Ist alnd 2ni r. f nu 1r share afterwardh - * l t ine. t to be ,aid as soon as S nr iSrille (tents to be payable ~"i "Stfilu e nto m e f;on tie Board of c:, :l -.ft -er rthan three months from li t not ?."l erationS, or awhe )l.l^,n?o ' I'eco ptO. be rpeneI for Discounts and 1] " 0t £10,000 shall have been JTNen to holi less than for shares. t1 N -t o e rpmpietor of not less C '. 1 or thoo ue , 100o until after e'lt h .i of Dir tor to cosist of four li heI Tto "s r. o of the Diree od .noe ln.r'or Acting 3:uager to "r°?O:r'eeDtor, oItendinO in rotntion, to .'&Ce o' 't lilling, for -ev- tinyv of o t ; be fled for non-atte, dance it I:ltcote atall meeting of shreholders tzi-flse-t' e: ti o one vote t4 o otes 10 , " three do 15 a " four do. 20 * do. lOh. 5hS to be ttrasferable under the sane ,ih Gonntti etng of Fharehtolders to [it ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

SYlNEY FATAL E.FT-CT OF THE GOLD ?tt.r.--WI;ilht met.'s minds .re enamre, l with the inonllinate decire of obt-ining gno;. tlhe too frequently i oicrloA the dilsi air;s' with which h.yv nu:st ,roitend in onrer to rer.der their et,rths sueen El. This hais 1en .:not irainflly experieined Ir y several famiuies ihn this ttwn, who are now dt - p!nriin thie irrepernble loss which tler lItre sn, t.inel ine,sih the in-ttiable thirt after goll. Within a R Ebrt periol lo I, s tian th!ree persons hire returned to Paurmnett:, from the li,,in,,o and died un"ler most tfieetins e.rnuu.;tr.ee, all of anhnl, we behler.' were in go .l hes;lth on leaving the town. The ceu-e -_:ereially asir.etl for thee fital results is the bid water at the tamis, wtiel o irmec Cne..r-r.t..oo ,S d to iprolue dir-enterv, Iand in oth.-rs, ymlptoms or tiering on insani:r. Thl:e:h mlch is attrib;ired to the watee, ne rre r'aher disposel o tthink : that the mental excitemen't en:"en,'erpei hr gold di rini is highly prejudi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POTATO BLIGHT IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

POT?T.o BLInGT IS SC?oTLAXD.--The Se:t.manm retorts the prareji of the potato distase in •aponit rts of Sroland, and ndts, that the nen.l opr:on r.r.nt .rnnero, seems to be, thst this is the warsrt yer of the malady inee 1846. RI.trsIAY Sr.ATItIcs.-Br the returns of the eilw\ aC .mmniioe.rs it eppears that on the liret ?ar of 1850, the ,t.al amount of rcpital which had lieen enended on the railways was £2*.,0330i.3 st.rli.. Alluowint a propor tiaihd ?amot of e1it?at fr the 7,0n) miles of railwaov 1iv o:ei, the total will repreei:t a cepi tal of £250,000,000. "~"~'---- I- _

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

SINGA PORE. We have Singapore files to the mlidle of ao remlwr fr?m which we copr the folleing Tilrss.--Durirg the past week the police hvre been i.iLrmel of three men hnbri,. iaen killdl by ti;er, at Sirangon, Evn Chui Kmd and Ps l. L.elr. It is estimated thl;t at leCst one m?tn i+ killed daily by tigrs in this smei! is. laln. The Gverini:el.t ?alte yeans aue, redret l the rewaMr ftier illin, !thee ?,,itnalh from 100 d. lthr to, 50 dullenr-, heenu-e they sened tob ih then pretty well etlirplted; hbut nthl:outh they hive -?tila illreIase to an larmlnrngle destrnte tire extent the Government rewnsr still renilns ia the nminimum. Experience hbts shownt that the rewatnd of 50 dollars fir ear't tiger kiljwl is not sufficient to temlt natises to devote them selves to tiger huntin;, in Sin?,lpore. Gvern nient oughtt therefore to iry whethler n igih, r rewolrds will not Wlent to this. If it nitipered that rewta! of 150 or 200 ,/r.inirs l.l inuinttei a ontm her of natives to Ike tihe tn?tlI...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE LARGEST SHIP IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

THE rARGE T SHIP IN THE WORL.D. tscsi. C. .MARE .& Co. the ship-bulilers, of Oranl-varnl, BleLw.ai, anda itessrs. Penn. of Greenwich, engineers, have taken a cotratt to en ?tr:eet for the Peninsunlar and Oriental Steam S.ari ilion Company, an iron steam slip of the following dimensions and power, viz.: Feet. Larnal between the perpendiculars.. 325 lln..llhh of beam ................ 34 Ifrrtli ......................... 32 She will meanur aihllt 3,931) tons. al will lie pLjipl'eP hlv faor ElCines of the collectiar .rorki.al power of 1200 liwres; will have feather in. purldle-wheels, and a l anranteed average sllenl (f f·.urteen knot-, eqpal to sixteen statute miles Par hour. Some lieul may he farmed of the size of this gia,-tlie vessel, when it is eomtared with that of srnme of Ihe existing steam-ships most celebrated for theirlar.e size. She will be fifty-one feet !onger than the Great Britain, sixty feet longer than the Canard, or North Auneriren mail steamers the Asia and A...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PINANG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

PrXANO . BI the steanmer ialtL, wv hanrm a G wltte no the 1GIh ult. TheP hri, Starnlfurr.l no r; r nix-agor rm n ils f ezreri ne.1 veryv lvi wrvatlhr. O mnL~t end Iadlln '-n.- if dip crew I1I1I UnUIIdIYI fimrothwrz. A tllhlir, merrim')2 was htrl nn IlrZ 2k?! fr dir the -ji ot n..i rire iv.t i rupo vd iutrordtct~vlv of vtvtlr, duties iI tie Str itw.

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GERMAN WOOL REPORT. Berlin, 27th Oct., 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

GELUSA,- WOOL RIEPORT. (From our own C?rrepolndent.) Berlin, 27th Oct., 185t. Out nntiripationa that the high prices paid. for rIl.mnil wols it the last s.es, and the nlews . sn IBtbhnet of the newly diseucovred gold mnies, rolll induee English buyers to visit our mariket nginl, base tbeen realised. Early in the mnnlnh ?cme well known faces appeared again in our midst, and canued ns by their activity to hole that our wools wou: again compete with the Austmri;ltt staple. The ilatnesi which EO Rann fllonwel the onexpectl excitement, ex hihired by cantinlontai Ihversa drinig the summer fairs, was not dilsperse by the resl:ts of the til. t'i fair; andll Althun the Engli-h bayers ioethtr f;eely, vet they nm;dnonItedJtiy did so at a iletline lupnl the rates ?urrent it JIn.u and July. Our I.enle trade sha heiren s iinlittrent, that ine;l.er m?unfaelturers nir spillners have made their ousul lunrhist-, and Imt for the English lyrye rotinolllg tahake advantage of ihe deprns seil stite o(f ou...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

CF.YLON. Bry iP Mte 3 W la iv.e C-yI. rpin prpe to l'r I 15l; nllino,. A inrilr f 'norlitior for thr i rr-fril of ilie rulhinilrrtiom, nlc tle law hul lawf introdiei'l frio (Cmeil. Mr. , lMr,.mn, lihe nn4a-.r nf CIIniyO l Urai;,yhirnoke' ofe IIrnsin rjun, wlhile r n Ii n ay fr.m K,.inl to tli esrtite, witli aco uslerilee cin of mwoey l Ln biu ps session, Wiv fired at twice and ortally woun!dedI. hlt coiTrived to reach a r.eichhb.rin~ estotl where he dial. The munierer or nmurlerers were dihs:pooitel in their holp of plhdler, as n r. Morg m, who was on hor elhck, mounol-,i to escape o and carried rho monen with him. Lrld Staoley la.d been dottinre in Colon for a lone: periol than he contemplateyl, hr the it ties- ot rel tire. He hi.l electrifiel the g torl )Ik+ l ? Cohiman by the ehrljener of a speech which he deliverel atn dinner given hb the Tamilgentle nrha to the Gorernor Sir G. A der-eo.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

CO:DIEEtCIAL INTELLIGENCE. STDSET.--The oupplyof g'oa?? has been mo lerate, with a few exceptions, and only suiceient to meet the demantad S.aue few arti:les were nlertael iin exceesire quantities, anl are being orreed .ff at ruinous rates: a heat" ceonsumla tion, ialdeed by bw prices, has been the result. At present sters of cnasomale goods in daily demand are light, and would materially slvance in price were holders to refrain from forcing markets as hitherto. Some heavy par chases lave been male through the week hy the trade, not sieclative, but through compulsion, to replenish exhausted stockS. A sale of Bar ratt's Tolcero is reported at 2s 3d, made pre rious to the orriv'i of the Nightiigale, which rveel has hbrought to our port during the week a heave I nrcel of tocucao, toget:er with a large n?iorta'-nt of other go.ls, the beat slected cnrgo we have .cee, famn the States and gnood veil auited tuonr pra-ent waata. A he:try par edl of tea cihuast luandls, viz. :-the earLn of th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MADRAS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

MADRAS. Wr, l?ae Madras Joarall to the 14th n?t A ,iýihr storm hs lee. rlnisol in the M?alnrs Uitiver-it hv the almisiii of a Parih stludent, hich hase tliroevt tii thiIIh c.'e students into n stale of destw ir lest they shouht tr.erehr he pal iateal heroeil recovery. 'Thev lemandesl his cx pu!iion. which was refined, aind to a similar re quest from their panclnte, a negative was ?tso given. One .f the nativeGnovernors hts resignel, avni the matter hias ieen referred to Government frits decision. A nmlber of Hindu students haid mgone tlie length of nlselltin themselvesi aneI inot returning within the time allowed, their ilnes were strnek off the rn!ls of the selhol. Thie newi Commanmer-i.n-shiuf, Sir Rinhanl Arm strnili. Iris arrived aet I?tiodr. 1i his ibeen sntrie - from shcries since his arrivlii. 1We are . n rr i ciherve t!?e. death of Captain S. R?t of ll 3 rits E:ngiversi . t wiii lie re •nllt-etl that C::ttain lRest visited this place tnre ears in tfr the piriose of reporting...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

Received, e.x late arrica!s, ]ROILING DOWN VATS, from 50 to 350 gallons Tin, iron, and other pumps Swing abin lamps, with Palmer's patent candles for ditto, :"nd extra lamps Japanned jugs, hasins, &c., and every requisite for fitting up ships' cab ns comfortably Cots, hamm" cks, &c. Patent tallow and solar pedestal table lamps Patent weighing machines, from 3 to 10 cwt. Cricket bats, balls, stumps, &c. With every requisite for house a' d fa'm use, at A. R. REED & Co.'s, Moorabool-street. N.B.-A first-rate l-t of scythes, sickles, and reaping. hooks, on hand. 534 PISTOLS, SUST received a few pairs of handy Pocket Percussion Pistols. A LSO, A few els ofT, oy Scales and Weights; superior low priced Tents, Tubs, &c., with every requisite for a comfortable out-ft or the Diggings, at A. R. RED S; lo, 321 Moorabool -street. WALT'ER POWELL, WEOL.L5ALE AND RETrAIL BONaIONGER, Corner of Collins and Szcanston Streets, Melbourne, Has on Sale, by late arri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

. ONjON .--The A I. siip r, I: " - 1ti r+ .? too - nkit ne, }1-,ncii o ., !^ , : F., n." '"ri-i ,st P' - iari rtorp new.. n I:R,": nl' r ( Th. 1rtui'" t. t.i lplr of wooln 'l " hr 1.tio t or ?t aa tOoprr ?, r:rd . r 1.. ? t'1 ". rd" tiprme ? e t wilto ir" r t-o o to t teeon be eicn toa .` Il , NDO l r o,-The fAl S ip `' t! , I i r" I r?e t I t.r,.?..' Iam 1+? O , O . ?,to lt ilt Teoypai . l" , Co" , rti ) t i"to?, C.e.. ., ,t S -? Int..y idiSrn, ll that all POreict atd 3"r l rro. "' r' to l n shll m tm tin Te? - :- nri " attRr?'all?T'd will t tol b he no n te - r L.u" r ae tr mtild a 6t t.e. I PHRSTAS STEAMER. I loni. - e fine SH above ste~qer leaves the Geelong j ' It lrf fr .Melloutrne every AIono I. Wednesda, "od Priday oerning.E, at 9 o'chIck precisely, returning every I hernate day Jl . B. I{erros & ?o., _ `ý ,G, elong agents. i " lI.HAMiJS.'st ,ater, S: hain completed herl ..9- repai s, ha testumed her cal rips, s.arting from Geelooat on the morn.cis of Ttuesday, Thurs...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

Anr".l.AiDI Adehi'Ti pa-PerOr I the 'llh ltnimo, hail rome to hmn-i, fr, ttbm hic twe psr Lhs fTI OFrictsr. Canuc~rs.--'rh* offie if Sli, Pndlir rr 3rgri trrIe (f Thr terrrhern Iiisrriet will IIIb 'or iha proiret, fillId tip. Mr. Mrlnnn! wEill ?i'pnrltarily eIirrn In h' uluti.so rF t !iil w ty. Ur .Jieain. will itrilnrat oh frtwter Town, Aticnot',n. iltl! Kie j undo; W. (roc- , l thei· Sct!ern Couurts nod IMunntu lFcra i.4 JJu Crawf'id lha?, we believe, with a readiness which does li H.,lnor credit, conseseted to perfirm the doties of 3M:tster of the supreme Coent, in idare of Mr. Jiciklin, also Commiisioner of [and venev anal Visitilln Justice to the G:ol in .Ade haide. We understnad a change will tkbe place in the Treasury department. 31r. lieynell, the first clerk, having left the Government service. We believe' also that Mr. Flenry Cal'ma, Pant master andl Clark of the Court at Gawler Tone, has resi..led.-ll'gihter. TyE Rs:r To tnri DtGctrs.-Tlhe Oficial re turns en thle ti to ,...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 6 February 1852

3IEMI1OU-.'E. Tm: 31ir?TA MIrtl GOLD FELDS --The fol lowingis on extract from? a prirate letter. dJted 27th Januurr.,witlhasight crwllrf h we lhtat boen favouredl:-"I tve jut rernred from Omeso somtewhat thinner, lht. no worse in ihe.alth. I think there is glld is plenty in )mneo, utt not in qtauntity to cmltpet- with hMontt Alexander Mline,; l;ot, if the gmld is less labuntn-t, the climate is dei;llhtful, and the ever nrltintt rwaters of the lit:ts tlitln, would Ile thetenlv to soameof the poor n.nuldv water hole wretches who work at Monnt Alexander" -Herald. Tu? GoLD EscoT,. - The eseort from M3ount. Alexander did tnot arrive v?teerdta, thlot from Ballurat only brought fifteen ounces of Lol0l. I;r.!n.Tt'r . -We hove been given to tnder stut:d that Colpt. lConran hat sent itn his resigalc tiou of the alice of Sergeant it Arles. Lane SIlts.s--The Governmlent Gnzette of resternlv, ulvertises tfrther lanid sales at Port land, for the Iith February, tl:is Ikir.L the 5ti, and fourteen d...

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LINES SUGGESTED BY A DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

LINSE SUGGESTED IBY A DISAPPOINT 31FST You streis of li2lIt far eastward ghaming, B1.gtting hne~ l ofj.vols o einihin, Preurer nf bLright sj,'s nppario- To tlhe ass;il:as tour1 i clie-rin : WhI riiii. wath himn from iLis nillow, Hirs tas, e'en a-I-imnpwal, ro follow, Begirtes imsref, strings Up his nerve, His oosmitry,nred, or self to serve. With spirits light lie a!ride swar, His i a. sti: isruiio.ig wirh the day, Ti.; uer' Urrie, a, Ice ! a e'!or Tib wh'oi, hLo iz-a r.,uli e!:sl;rnads Il dsrk,-necs dtliial, deep, atrd drear, .R-ducing h..e.eo kL.t--eosair. Ylt tliil he :.g;:-,,- 'g-ilst fate, To reanh the ga?l, but finds 'tis late. How olr ocecrs it oa world. stage, Ii every clitme--i every age, That disappointminats, ithu penrtrayed, Meet men in everv ophere aid grade. 'Who in tihe vigour ot lheir d-is, S.ek honour, weltih, and orardlv praise Led ot by a fictiticus gleara As niml?c?tantial as a dr'.in. Geelu:., Febr~ary 3rd, 1852. G. C. . -. J'Bs g s-ga S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

propoctaI s of a Bank to be called the Victoria Joint Stock Banking Com pany. \rI'TAL £100,000, to consist of 4000 C- s arcs of £25 each, paylble by monthly lahulenls of £5 per share, for lst and 2nd aibtauents, and iso Iper share afterwards. S11I. Thle first instalment to be paid as soon as 200'0 ,harr ar, sbicritedl for. S3r. AI s uhlcqt seq t intalments to tie payalaie 00o ltl after due notice fora the Ibunrd of ircOrs, bu not not sooner than three months from the Ilnk cmnnuenting perltions, or when £10 000 shall Ihave been paildl p. 4h. Thie 0 Dati to be oilend for Discounts an0d Deoit; ~a soon .as £10,000 shall hIvo been pal th o peron to hold less than four shares. ilth ' Director to ho a pmprietor of not less thIan 40 "reO, nor more than too until after the 10th Starch. ttI. 'ftc Board of Directors to coasistof foor 7rectrs and one Manager. Two of the Direc 11aain the M?nager or Acting Manager to ot asoh Director, attending in rotation, to r hceive a fee of ten shillings for ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

AiBTKRACi Ol S-i !ES BY AUCIION *TUOan;Av. PrF., 7. By J. G. Carr, at. , Farinture, at Ashby. By J. B. , iu't.n & Co., at 12, cheese, fljUr, tea, &c. 1'usoDAr, Fa;. O0. By O'Farrell and don, at 12, House aod land. TuRnsnAY, FBs. 12. By J. G. Carr, at 1, House and Land at Belnuont. By O'Parrell & Son, immediately after the produce sale, Hardware, drapery. &c. PlenaY, FEB. 13 By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 12, Furniture, plate, carriage &c. By J. i. Carr.mt 1, Town lots. SaIA UDAY FEB. 14. By J. B. t'u~uan & Co., at I, building allctments. By J. G. Carr, at 1, buildings, black smith's tuols, Sc. ItirsnrY, IEm 24. By J.. Fulit, n amnt Co, at 12, House, laud. and frulitute of ra Murray. F,:i:.r, fta 27. By O'Farte'l Lr.d 0ao, at 12, Horses, pigs, drays, &:. .? -.r? . , a-m? m mm mam THEATRE RO AL, GEELONG. TWO NEW NAUTICAL DRAMAS. Regatta Entertainments. S0-J 5sY; 9Lil FeI rtary, the perform S au.es wi i cn,.enence with a Nau ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

STI) 2F. SALES- o GoLI.-T hee hew offeeier of the Crnwi l: Frr :iOPA it ns ~lhir 4nioo, Ihhat nr nitkstanJia2 lthe xesneptinn of clonial p r-IAe Sal hl soe i ei frQl netion dues that iIN so not! is irbie to the duty. The prxeipal ,J'er of ,t!I by ýnt:i.ve hat Lees 1r. J G. C"nh'n. to whom thin oiiib2s h-t hieei nutitici, .ini ih.r Inns ,ns'n~n I SaLn in fntnre in 'ill in can. t~ell"~ to ci·~n, tin' sdditioesai ittiF pnr ~net.' on ol n 1:k e :he t inio,, f o p-i on fine. :i:ere nppnnrn rn r orm rnev gnid. any nmnire thnt ant o~raer co!oinLl produce, should piar tin duty.

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