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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

THE REGATTA. A XEETrSG of the Regatta Committee was held yestenlay evening at 3r. Donnellh'., Corio street, Captain Addis in the chair." The sub trea~crer reported the state of the Funds to be amply saocient fir awardina tie various prizes already promnlcated; bu nact pn'te aequat!e to meet the incidlatal expenses atteldanlt c:nn contingencies. The deficiencr, however, was sI small as not to admit of the least doubt, hat it' will be covered hy further subscriptions during next day. It was proposed an carried that the Committee meet agin t!hismroning,at 9 o'clock, at Mr Donells's to finally organise all proceed ings rclating to the sport, and a good attendance of subseribers is invited. Ihtcnur "Ronszaa.-On Thursday last, in the middle of the day, a an eIderl maRn of the name of Barnes, was proceeding on ho'sehbck to Bates' Ford, he was stopped on the highway by a man who presented a pistol at his head, antI demanded his money. There bein no assistance at hand, Barnes was compelled, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

r ;rn EIE\'~SS J. ID. T.ttri,. Fnrtsn, lt.\' -\ev'ýr hre we dia. ."!:anIatit pelniC Jn " with a1' much ,.erms as that. which now alcvrelves. oi nu. Lcut. Friend. who. 1wlr twentr mers h n been Port .,fcor for thin pt.a aoal who hals dlisehjrgr the ocooo ohtinc o or that oleportrent with fidelity, ths IFee, aoii:ed hv diohp'.c.".tin o f jri.eoee -ma+ ceiaor, tonno.-ma't ditr~'-inn-to rl an 1. irreo'odio.ca Ili'·lnce. s l.o'er has r sfsuler Si r. rin w:till hive rho v'eol~tiof of thatr . he is hola in n rr lrr· resE~ct hv a e: er. aitrp, al !.hat tha Irtot! -nerantenet, elb,' F'vh., q, fat'lfdiov wc'te1,.i 'il he re iced! to nork htoia arŽi' in tIe mont liberol tton-cr, eooo~o'.n~aorlo-.w'iI it; o'o~htrv.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY. Before Captain Foster Frans, and Wm. Times, Esq., J.P. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Fr.mAr, 6xa FBcanwaRr. Before Captain Foster Frans, and Win. Timms, Esm, J.P. John Summerfield was placed before their Worships, chargedl b the Chief Constable with being, druin in the ?Ublic streets the over.night Tihe man said rhe was n, old colonist, and hlad only arrived in town the previous day, and meet ing with some fri:ndb, a very small quantity cf liquor overcame him. Ile was reprinanded and dilscharged. Mare Miller nextmadeher appearance, having been found es in on the ground opposite the Bonded Stores, on the wharf, in. a dis?greeftl state of istoxic.uion. She was fiued five shiiian. , with an intimation that her re-appear?nle under like circumstances wonJld insure her three months in gaoL "Ihe next on the li4t was John Smith. who was charged with very impeoler behaviour in the public street. Calpt. Fyvns, having some reason to doubt the sanity of the m.m's minl, onlered him to gaol to undero a mediical examination. PoFAE LtNGUAGEK. William ThIonaes, a yor:...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

E\fir.:FK UTRAP(rE. "! oGEa.r ELatBI1tlO. HIes Uanil R t.Its InPrin.e .liern mu_,ects for th. eonloer. ion of the t:nneti of the Sieiety ..f Arts the expeerncev of haeinr the leelicial results of the displaveyn-t treminated dlicul.sed in a series of letunreo, to he deliv.'red weekly duril; the frtheo?lin session of the sociery, by pers-t's the mo-t eminent in their re.sective de partmeuts The l:CtSr of I-iitL val itithnres was -hatid h??ere the Camreil yestenlxr, aes they h.bas, we nn-!elrs.ml, '3dially ente~ed into the pri?rs-?. . ir R?.grave's rlepourt on de?g is, we heir. to be appende?i to the jutry repinr, a ma.rk of di itirtion eonforrcd upon hint ,to ati-s n-,!jt sea rite tatk at the sggestico of the i:le Arri Jury. a".I swi:t the a"s:nt of the iteral Com ?-i:ln. AL the la.t meeti.? of the C?in tiai.,n the finarrce?anatee - erle rnque-si to cowsi.er the re:?neratrot, to be a;luowet to .er autnn e's,"d in the exe.urrti service of the Conmiei,, . nndi in matt cor;nected therewi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE DRACONIC CODE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

THE DRACOLIC CuDiE. TnE following article in the Leo an Time., on the adoption in Califurna? of "Ly nel Law," is very applicable to what is at the pres-nt time enacting in our own colony:- "Tae Exeeutive is nndoubtelly the week Esie of the ultra-nleo cratic theory of government. Is is very well to tell us that the pe.,p!e are theo only onrc of le,itimate power, and that all futetiouns, aeila tire, judicial, ani exeentive, are only deletetions to individuals o. the inherent might of the holy politic. This resolutian of all qneations of gn vernment into the relation of lrirceipaJ :sd agent, works pretty well, so long as the matters in question are eomplicated, and sue, as tie mas?rs, though claimnog the right, have not the power to manage for themse:ves. But in t'oe simpler nets of popular sovereignty there is always dalnger lst the rnling democracy ehanJl sweep aside its delegates, and exercise the powcrs of government in its own pereon. This, we presume, to be the theory upon which ...

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

.NEWV 7.AL.SD. TnA T'noith!e ii fW. Petrn, the Crolnial Treao enter cf ,ew 3runs!er, had neat with a severe .e:ideet. Whi!e he wa? rt:u?risnz in hi gig from the Hatt, the horse took friht., andl desed the vehicle against Mr. Havwnrni's sra, which h.ppneate to be on the read" at the time. IThi wheel of the eir wns hroken. andl ir. Petre Cwa thrown out with such force that his leg was broken ir trwo plaees. naeocnger in the van, Mrs. lhnkt-;, jumpel out. ,nI her dres shaing been ceight in he tir. she was dregel a conuider ahle lintaneo ; hi. thogh painfoilly Ibriise, she was not eei?neld injoe-ed.-A return of the re ve?ne an t es ,initnre of the south -rn sett!e mente of xa. Zel and for the qn-r.er ending June 3) (plhlished on the 4th Den whe.-) show. d an ?nenoe for the qonarterof £10.812, end an expenditure of £10.192. The return did not ineluhle (Oto, from which the necessar infer mati.n had not been received, hbt we observe in the Witness the tffiriat tateeent for that settle. men...

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CHANGE IN THE COLONIAL OFFICE. MR. HAWES AND MR. PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

CHANGE IN THE COLONLU L OFFICE 31R. IIAWES ANXD 311. PEEL. Ia.1. HAWrs has retiredl frim the offiee of Under Secretary to the Colnies, wihi bhe his filled for seceraL Years, and. has receiv?d the ap po.ntment of Dep"ty Secretary at War, which invaves the resination of his seat in Parliament. Thu Under See.-etaryship of the CG,nnic- is one of the most arduouns poets in the Government imposin, on its holder tie chief lhomur, tlmnh not the chief re?slnsiblitr, of the unperinteud ence of our vast colocitl empire, with .'1 its dirersified interests, want,, nd grer ocese. ft may, indeed, well be dons!ed wl.hether any one offle should he entrusted with egfflirs soe nmer ens and cnmplicaled; and cerrainly the r|es.rt state of our Cloaies speaks ill for the s stem. We fear it eannot he said fotr Mr. thawst that his ad ninltration of the Colonies under E, l Grey has been sncnessfu!." He leaves a frihthfnl war regi;ng in one, and extensive diosati;fation pre wailing in o:hers-a host of onrelre...

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Shipping Intelligence. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

CLKA3ED OrLT pb'imtry 6-C(eilia, Nchhrmner, 45 tons John Bennett, waster, tor telbourne, in billast. SAL.sD. Febntalv 6--.z1i2 n ant Oreiis, for Miel b3Oruo.

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

LO" NDO N.-The Al ship ,,"' E- . 1 :' I 20 fens rer iater. r?nrfa tt yce. onmord" r. Thbta mtni C-.nt ,h p oo rerrlh- r.-. gt 3 l tC . er , re r, - o Cfotr nr 0p 0. ; rI atio,, Ilfer a -nrrn,?a.' r,?i or n pawrr e. r nar up;rroitl by any thio fl?or. ror-on0 a~r ot no rr,, ,,Ij Er r 'ol are loaeir to ir~pe.'- t- a' ftn r Citonsilt n-?re n r ch. . T .oL .. · , or oo aeoon f.". A ( ' nor onrt r ono r ; ..pl toc. CtltlCCjF.RniTCB or to Iliscr T!olrroao,-, 31, E.a TY at ..ret. Stetrurnme. r: 'rte.lo- l miobt on E tr.T t1t. "PEoler' w:tl f, t' , c ritenits a ? ,te will Ltero givt to yh $ -era m t2ýi m rt!'? . FOR tLO NDON.- Thne A ship ,.IcontII" ptt urWero. 0i n'bot-, hRo 0'. 1,.ooooioOmwfo.totatn Fo i ?irr'coos arl4 ptl. n t:gory- €?E A C1. 1 Ndirect. - The fine ?1 t ico . 't r : Br It-0i.1. calr,- it G LNO lr tcn n r • 5l -,? o'nd hos t, An. '! WIA tRW. OD, !or.FC 'hi. rrao I wllo tor ooo or ocr ctrco ii, So.om oArt. O,.'inn oinor a ¢ti n 00o. 0n0r0. Aelly to ,m.ra, , G Co. O-,eanborn ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

T-E-- will speedily be a crisis at the Moant Alexander diggings. The well disposed miners hare displayed exem plary patience and forbearance; they have exhausted themselves working by day and watching by night; they have s&.n themselves surrounded by thieves in organised bands of from ten to fifty ru;fians who hava thrown off all pretence to honest living, who boldly in the day time aver their intention of robbing at night; they have ceased to hope for pro tc.:tios from the police; their requests to be allowed to act as special consta bles have been treated with contempt; t.ey are daily and nightly brought into eouact with avowed disturbers of the peace; the hardened criminal and the quiet laborer look each other in the'face without any interposing barrier. Can Ssch' a sfite of things continue ? To show the systematic organization if the gangs of thieves, we will describe ane of their modes of open-day robbery tohnicually termed, in their E2ang DAr:-c;SG. About40 or 50 thiev...

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

DIED, Last night, at Mrs. Beck's, Thistle Inn, Geelong, after a short but severe illness, Samuel George Noding, aged 2 years, son of John Henry Noding, merchant, of London. The funeral will take place to-morrow, Sunday, at 4 o'clock   P.M., when friends are requested to attend.

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

ORPHANS.—When the hospital of the Christ Church visiting society was closed, there were three orphan children and a blind man handed over to the care of the government, and in the absence of any other asylum, they were temporarily lodged in the gaol. The eldest of these orphan children, only four years of age, had been for several weeks previously, entirely supported by Mr. Connor, the Town Council messenger, who was sur- prised the other day to see it wandering about in a much more wretched condition than formerly; and on making enquiries, he found that the poor little thing, with the two others, had been turned out of the goal into the wide world, in company with the old blind, man, to live or die as might be. Mr. Connor again took pity on the child, placed it in a place of safety, and made interest with some of the committee of the Friendly Brothers Society, for a weekly allowance towards its support. We have learnt, that after wandering miserably for a day, the old blind man too...

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

ESTABLISIMENT, _ 1? IE- T IRL. "ET; GEELO\G. pRFEDERTCIK AL:U"". hbgsto inform the public of (Geelong an neigh .ourhbad, and trihe Settlers anL Farmnes Sof the Western Districl. that he ha-s re 'ceirvd ltie& first po:ti'on of !his m.;nlitemn of GELEJAL IRON11 ONUGE3Y Troz. t'-ri sts PilT,rs, &e.. EX "CH[RISrABiEL." - WO(OD STOCK," 0CLAUD," "ZET .LAND,l "earAIERFOYLE," and having aleady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfullyV to solicit orders for any of the articles in these eatensive depaltmennts of trade, either SWHIIOL.ELSLE OR RETAIL. F. . having had ex entsie experience in the business iMuch he has conmmenced b tlh at England and astir :d, and havi:g mtade arranie:rents which aiil enable him to receive regular supplies from the tBes. Enoli. iManufacturere, can mith coz;fidece solicit a share cf pphlic patron-Le. ' aving select'd Geelong as his p.r marncnt place or residence, F. R. is more desirocs of obtaining the lasting"pre ferenca of purchasers...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 7 February 1852

3IELBOURIE, ARRIVED. * j Fe?lrurr Sr-DJrset, brig, S2 tonso W Eh!in, mister, from Islhart Town s24h nltimo. P'as se neers (eabin)-Mrs Silth and Mrs I rarn. 1W. Derraves an,1 Co, Aa-nts. Fehru rv 5--Thirms Lerd. schwn'r, 7- tons, liggins, "mster, frmn SYdneY 221d untimo raPsenne rs-3Merse T Dowlan, N Hill, P Mitchel- more, G IEi'ord, W Kenmp, J Norris, J Beck, T Wood. D Moorer, nrnt. February 5-Clar., bri, 17S tons, J:imes B Thompson, mster, front Siyner, 20th ultimo. rPawen;er (cabin)-M3r andl fMr 3M1'N.shten, Mrr and Mrs jIigoin4, Mr Clow. Mr LloId, Mr Jon*, Appleton, RIichard, Mr Ellia. nnA fifty far ia the steerage. Josejih Ilaligh, agent CLSEED OCT. - Febran.v 5-F.rcorin:, schooner, 96 tnne, Streicker.. master, for Slner S Pasengers-3rs :!Kenz'e and child, M1r Wr,!, Mr Coulton, Mrs Evans. Hesrs Bland, Ockhurst, Gilbert, CAill ghan, 31'Gow.an, jan., Grifiths, and RPnaell. February 5-Swifr, barqae, 123 tons, J G Irving, aaster, for Lannceston. 1'as-eners (cebin) - Mesrs li.umpphre...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

0'TND \Y 31011NING, MO. U. A paper by ti:.e C~Ionial Architect u;p: tl;e i:priveCIII: ot ciGe½g I:r hour, h.s j::st been issued from the G;ov\rrnmete? printing-fcfie, h, cop:n.ries the r-e;orts of iie.-srs. i;arrard and Man ton, i hich : ave a!r:lr:y hbeu puhtisheld. We now give t; . views ot t!he Cl.nial -rc!:tect. in :ins oirc lord. Fronm a i.puc d cf the paper we plaa:ny perceiv, thi.t t:erte is not the sl!itest pr-" poe ct -nthi?.g being ?:ne :'.t an "v dSc-lt" period. .fter .crver:d yearst of bhlnd"rirg, the ste-u-dredo_" is nIt yet co:mnihted; and no tihe notable discovery is nmade I:S a tear tnug is "absolutely neces -rt. After waiting a few more years no doubt smi - othier s.re will reipire tixng. There is something simply h.:rieo:,s in, t!'. C!,oni:.l A"rchliteur rocn:unendhrg -rvcn :ontts workc to be dona in the preset year, tien the heal dE the steamn t.g irs yev- to b, laii, ::n.i two prats to ;,? h';.t, to say nothin- oi t;e dred?e i:alt:, which :t t!:e rate of ?ro-gr.s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

ABSTRACT OPSA.LS f Y Uill.,_ TUESDAY, FEB. 10. ( lv O'larrell and Son, a 12, iHouse a. Tua. ilCSa., Pra. 12. By J. (G. Carr, at 1, House a:d · 4: 1ie' eonnt. By O'Farrell & Son, imfnedirtely ar the produce sale, ilhrdware, drape;. Farnvv, FAs. 13. By J. B. Hutton & Co., at 12, F:rni:,t. ph! ,le. carriage &c. [ly J. G. Carr,at I, Town Its. SArTaRDay, Fh. '14. By J. B. lutton & Co., at I, buildi allotments. By J. (G. Carr, at I, buildini, black. smnith's tools, &c. TIEA TRE? ROYAL, GEELONG. TW1O NEW NAUTICAL DRAMAS. Regatte Entertainment<. d OND ?'D Y 9thFebruary, the Fe-lf.r:_ aIces wi I conience withli a . tiral Drains, of int, nse ilterest, et eu, THE ELF OF ThE EDDYSTOXE OR. TIHE BURNING OF THE LIGHT. HOUSE. Mark Traverson (a retired merchw, siMr Charles. Richard Clittun (his s n-in-law) r - Shearcrof,). Captain Brilliant, Mr Hasker Metrical >,at (his coxswain) rl, Il. way. Peter Parlett, (bost o ithee Ram Iot), SWVets er. Ilhe...

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

G1E-ONG. Gonru. pa to r rriedi jr toan ot the La. ..ir.ti;,? of lst -eek,. frm the ,eir)huarhio d of Cunt (Ot rtrr to idjichl tiher toe r:: ; alot reur wtt n!o I te needrstro outfit Ilr o id tirin' .1 sthocarun, no no thlnm htal in his pcs-r.ilrn, ii s'toI to hltte ben atetloai ret m opfu Ie enurfae of tite Ititi, andt if so, (ati theis r.. iudrementt fur tihe iudi r !iutl to m'tle.lI), it ii ::t;tiStakeat;ti erildenee Sth.tt rhe fre,~tos metal muet to it hbudulcne in the lo'aity. 'The spot on rieh it waou fomd, is in a ir'at klne from Gee c!ng, cihut lfty-fire miles.. Hor.an.trs.--On S?aur.ay evni.on, snveral of the pri nipal shops in town ex hibited pacards announcing that they wolt be sihut o Tuirsdray and Weiednces r.-y, the Reoatta days; the example is likeily to L.e enerally foiowend. This is ne " f the atasters inu which thcre hIae recently been ar marke, chun~e for t!:e Ete=. .vr since lthe Separation re joicings people have found out that a little relaxation is conducive in...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

VAX DIE31EN'S LAND. Tasmn ,an pc'rs to the 31-r ultimo, hare arannre, frn which w- en:rJie the following:- IlThe return of a nmb:Er r," Von Diemen's Land ap-.pie from the ~"i'- ns" ,here their laosor ht been sneecs-fly r wardeJl, su~ests the poller of the Lci Govrinstent offerino for pri r-te le, atf thle filPil rice, ec~uons df 50 and 100 acre, of Ilnd,, ci ible tsr smal farms. It would be nsatisfctory to many of these men, if the opl.rlhnity was fnioshSlI thers, to invest a p'r-on of thrir gold in the purchase of land, ':~h n hila e ly to dete.iormte in value, and • ith L ..n. 't-h" tll avarslbhle at a future winr. be no longer *I...; e T w:.n Jlabour, or when ithey moh' fC- .li ps- . retire from thesearch ,e s..,r-*wc lows quietly on r. ei, o -, a.;s -C.,ra-li Chronicle. ?lo. . Assare.-f'itm hibhly-esteemed citizen haviin rehlq.isha!e the business which he ao rep,,:hbi Eanrrled on for the long period of t'ent-?f?ar vears, h.ts now retired into pri vate lifi?, taking with him, wee...

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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. 5AMDAT, 7TH FenriET. Be.e lis Wourship the Mayor, and .'Millan, IE:q, iL I ULUN.XKArl'S. rhree indivsd.ls ee-e -ned 5e. each fbr dranleans?s t!e orer nihl:t. A SUSPICI3GS CHA?AICTE. James Dngher:y, as ill lnokin. fe!!?sw, cw~s pheRl in the deck chargel by sergeast Grent wish beinx an idle and dishlerly character, -and r:?aming ,bant the tonv at night far anlanfel pnrpoere. The ergeant statel that on Fridas night last, auut e:even u'elocP, he sias inormcd by a per son who was as f nga Corno and Yirrn-streets, h::t Le hil ji;t been asa-2ted and rahobbe.l by a tai with a hJne shirt on. He wevnt up dhi s!treet and iberrret th!e pricaner make a selies nh icto cme of the hEonces, as if to ::a.ci his no:ree. Grnt. however, obervnef the moveennt. no?i lIcing no ti:a-s oun-ced in upon and seared h:n. Oa se.rehing the man, he ?,ind a lni)g I hsleJ I)over kInir, of r.a very fimliaaie deseri! •ion, ea?ee.al oDp o fe ci'his shirt sleeves. The mn·io rainred D>ehert:i t exleain h...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 February 1852

SVICT()R I A HoIJSR, IM \RK ET-SQ UARE: (G E EELONG. ; JOHN CHARLES YOUNG, I,.LTE (X OUjNG & SOT'fTOX,) A S~S much pleasuroe in annoncin, to S his triends and the public gene : rally, that he will re-open the above es tablihmnt, on lMonja,, 9th Februari, 185:2, .ar.bi;hat rII fu'nre the business will he . c:'o;,i:cted by him alone, upon t'e same . psrincrples, which have given such gene -* ral .sasisfactinn,-twelve months' ex '!; rerience having piuroved to the Proprietor that S" " Snmll pr~ofts, cas pa,,menfs, and '11 no abatement," can be profitably carried out, and oni - ersally appreciated. i Snce'ely cr teful or the larme share ??of support bestowed upon the old firm, ;3iJ. C. . Y espctfilly solicits a con ?;r'nan ace of it, determined that no S:eft rt f his shall be wanting to make it ,in:mutually beneficial; and although he ?'regrets the inconvenience of the shop i:ciantinuing unavoidably closed, iv con i sequence of being sold nut of many im pr'ortant articles which ...

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