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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852

1 r R L pONDO 0 N.-TT _ol ship '·110009LT.' Dnrrat, cmmmxunler, bas Trod srmmodarfcnlnrpsss.rran. Tarftrfghtcrpusapeap ply to PALG1ETY, GORE & Co. ýOR LONVDON.dircet. - Thee fine A I Mrque VANGUARD, dla rordat Llns tor 12 yeah, nan ins baths, WFILLWAH G-RWOOD, nmmntorr, ter erratu portion of bhr wono httt; en. zoyrt.thtv vrcrt wtt mOeC with qutek .toporb. RRn toot ocenmrnodnt¶Ono fno abin rop!e rs. Apply to zsV:a r'.o, Reots S Co., GOeloong Rind Melboune. S -TEA31ER vESTiL-- n Coneqdenee 7 of the Ilidffnlrý the~in~Lh Agency of th abne rea,. in G-el.. e, n'i rtoe rett'ooti'o of rip At' not.-Yooieer is tron-by pOO. ThC ottl preFidt and Wtootioe maot ho paid p..reviou ,m tipment tn 04. brtorne, and flinte noto t vt nlni w O ll nOtoO anrsrr ,'o for ofny Grotr or Looo-gge oaftobetoor tond.t on tho Wharf at reft'?,mg. G,. COLE. Coin's Wharf, 3felbzsoo, Jm. n, 10152. APHRAStA, STEAMER. P[Jttyt j t £lrd/jourta and Gee T lE above steamer leaves the Geelong T barf for lelhronrne every...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852

DIED. On the 11th instant, Sophia, the infant   daughter of Frederick Carman, aged 17 months,   after a painful illness of two months.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

" p "X i PO-.DS EWARD. o:' C r -ý .- d <" s_ : u a r t a il. .\ r e xr n rI o f -..:..; i',,",,, for t?L rro or'h- ho:-If. yý" e;or. t r WI rt. f . , if stelen' . fazher sm of £1, ,)u credersirted tillMa?e the highest rLrt price for Goldi. rkTet pr a AV.sDS. Corio.treet" _ GOLD AGENTS!! TUBBS SON ?uarantee to procure iTe hishest price for the Diggers. .t lh?ir Roms s. Queen-street. oppo :e ti:eUlon Ban-an .; XAll hours of the daV. 186 itlE undersiogied 'ill purchase or :?!.Ce cash advrances on gold. SVA:STO-s , WILLIS & Co. for jive .mpeCi?1S vrazted. ?1E undersigned are purchasers of 1 GOLD. R. S. DcssroaD & Co., Yarla street. GOLD. ? LD purchased by ths uo:der r sign.d. .7 A'ES Ausrni. GOLD. J. B. HUTTON & Co& R(iE Agents for the sale of GOLD, Seither by public auction or private rrilE Uniersigned is a PURCHASER I cr Gold. So Gl SIL AS HARDING. :Isk:et-_quar, Geelong. 35 GOLD. T.HE Undersiged is a Purchcaser of t .old. PA'rERSON, Kardinia...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

THEATRE RO YAL, GREEENG. Under the sole management of Mr Deering. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, The performance will commence with the danestic Drama of the RENT DAY. Qrantly .................. Mrs ['avis Martin IHeywod .. . Mr Iulloway Toby eywood............ Mr Shearcroft Old Crumbs ........... Ur Webster SBlilfrog.................... ir Deering Ryssop.............. Mlr Sealows Silver Jack .............. Ir tasker Stephen ........... r Wi son Beanstalk ............... Mr Turner Rachel ieywood...... lis Deering Polly Briggs ............. Mrs wtub' s Etlhiopiar Serenading, by Messrs. Holloway and Meadows. Dance.......... Mrs. Stubbs. Song................ Mrs Wecstr. To conclude with the Farce of AN ALARMING SACRIFICE. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, The perormance will commence with Colman's Play of THE IRON CHEST. Sir Edward Mortimer.... Sir Shearcroft Wilford ........ lMr Deering Other characters supported by the entire strength of the company. Serenading, by Meuers Holloway nird Meadows. Da...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

SOUTh1 AUhTItUAL.L E nigcation fro( this colony still proceeds at a fearful rate, and the whole country, as well as the City of Adelaide may be ex?pected to be entirely depopulated, unless re-action of somee kint takes place. The revenue has suf '-red snch a decrease that the Governmenst re lltkint to the right and the left to see where retrenchment can be made. The whole of the c;,: letter carriers were dilstis?nl withount notice in 'oe (!tv, and the Government Offices have been equally ui?eremoniously c!,rel of aull the jcniors, lezving the work to be done by the seniors. The Government, however, as is often the case, bare begann at the wrong end, as not t salary above £300 a-ve?r, and there are plenty of them. snpears to hvro been touneed. The Annual Snew and Fair of the S:oth Ans. tralian A?rienhnral Society, has been indeSt nitely post!ouenl, and all kinds of business is nearly at a stead still. The Council were to meet on 5th February.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

PORTH.LED. Ic -s.-Althohagh the people of Portland have beea deprivle this year, thlron_ the gold manir, of the public races, an attempt has been male bh Mr Farr, who has late! retaurned fraom 3aount Alexander, to make same little amends by gtting up three races with a crt:tk little ponc. The irst race was with Mtr Gough's mare, and the seeano: with 3Ir Gill's, both rcek'ancn, the pair of which he heat in gdlant style. A fae was, however, vbetetnly brought against him which owing to the fault of those who had the cantrnul of him, prored too power fal; a:d cithough its competitor stood near two hands Lither, and its rider being fully a sten, the lighter nan, the pony only Iost halfl lenth in the first mile and about three lengths in the second; the distance heinz two miles, the time 3 min. 32 see., and the states £20 a sile. The winner cerlainry gained little credit, indeed, we felt snrpri ed that its oaner attempted to run him against Ocids sl mach to his disadvantagre. PLtr.--Thi e...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION SATURDAY, FEB. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

ABSTRACTOF S.I.S SY AUC ION SATURDLn, FEB. 14. By J B. Putton & Co., at I, building allctments. By J. G. Cirr, at I, buildings, black smith's tools, &c. By Car-er and Dalton, at 12, Furniture. MosnAy, FEB. 16 By J. G. Ca3r, at 11, Farniture; at I, Farm Produce. TUESDAY. FEB. 17. By J. G. Carr, at ., Townl Land. FzrDAr, FEn. 20. By O'Farretl and Son, at 12 Portioasof Fairview Estate. MOSDAY, FEB. 23. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Land, Pnilding Society Shares, Furniture, &c. TuEsonD, FEB. £4. By J. B. Hutton and Co.. at 12, House, land and f-rnitnre of - rs Murray. By O'Farrell & Son at 12, House, Land, and Furaiture. Farnar, FpE 27. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Horses, pigs, drays, &c.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

TIDE TIDE OF ?? MIGRATION. (Frmn the Times) HEs.lt ac sre theo Lxs nit sudden the rerolu tiont with whiob the uastralia. colaniss are menseeli from the recent discovery of their nn looked-fir riches, we cannot for a moment doubt that the gool greatly preporlerates over the evil. Theextraorline;r movement of mankind to the hitherto neglectol shores of the Pacifie, which was c mmeneed by the discovery of gold on its western, will ocoaire redoubled force from the equally tempting'treasures of its eastern coast. The remark of lerodotus, that nature has generally plneal her most wonderful gifts at the extremity of the unirerse, though seldom read without a smile at the credlnlity of the his torian, seems to trn out literlly true. It an peanrs to be the course of Providence, when man kial are thilkly congregated on a bingle polit, to scatter them afar, not as of old by the con. fusion of their language, but hy raising up in some distant region some irresistible object of attraction. Weo h...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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NEW CONVICT COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

':;, Cos.NIccr COLosY.-The latest r-m;'r on the ccrr-rcc'rri.g topic, is fjrnis'c.l by the Lonldon correspondent . a the Scey- Hrcrnd, g racrally nnder FtOod to be Mr Barrister Michie, a man 'nho, v'iile in tLe colony, would have ee c.r-derdead good auitority, bht who m T,.t la ver mnich 'dwrfeI d in the grcater p'ctecal circle cf Lcadn. le says: I Lave i'crd to-day that go7erbmient con:c:5pate foijnug a .enaLsettlement -aQL&Caledaonii';anu tihat with this vie. socmen av'l surrys of the coast have te'i cndereld y the Admiralty. I am ;:.t able ta trace this report to a clearly autienrtic s:urce; and, therefere, I give it yJu ný cni of the foating rumours of tLe day, whick may have a foundation, ur rmay rest merely on the speculation of scime idividual. We have before had coveral like ramours as to the Falkland L!ands', bat I had scme special reasons fr '.ieity that they were entirely un :ur.ed.l, :s ifar as any intention on the [arT of the government was concerned. ::it L a. ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

3fELBOURXE. 3ocxr Arc?exa? e.-Nine prisoners were brought into tows on Thur-daw evening, from this locality: fire on charges of sly grog sellins, and four for felony. T!e troopers who eycorted these prisoners report that Lynch law had com menced in earnest, a terrible example habring been nade of a man who had killed one of his com rades with a pick. The report says, that despite the military and the police, the mob seizel 'he ag.,gror:r. ad hang him at once over the hole where he had committed the crime. We girve tiis horrible rumour just as it reached nu; a day or two will confirm, or, as we ohosld hope, con tridiict it.--.Args. ?r O?zarstra.-3rr 3 Arthur Xcholas Wrixon wae on Tue?lay last, admitted a barrister of the gapremn Court of Victoria. Foor ~lttc-A vcry large concen-.se of se- tators assembled, on Tuesdsy, on the Bach Real, Melboarne, to witnees a foot race between Mr Manuel anr the " Adelaide Stag," of whom a good deal was anid and as much expected. At Shalf-past four th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

Porca Ps3TrrCtO. - lpJw.r.. of tir i months are it ?as ertiouslr recoamended by an Zor co's:t in 3refiosrne, that to a0 he 11 efccts of th go!J.d nia, by the dzsertion of the police, the best war was to meet the dificnilr at once, and ilrease their aw to 0s. per diem per emin, w.iijh wo.Xh Le e ethect of re:ai:tJ their servics, notwithstanding the sat.'tiaas of the pil fieild. When the ei-a was mentioned it was ecuted 'or the government ofSicials as sr.strcu'=. and tihe faithf- l servies of aan el ent ar.Il 1well diseiipi il 2r of eelf which' t!:en ez.te'l, on ws.ceit the public in a great gde glen drenrdl for protection were allorved to be t trted l with on the seare of pound, shii!inag, and csnee, and which incresed expense, for so neces orry an oblect, coual at the same time, he well anal=d e"io filor m the gold license revenue. Th!e coneo.tnce was, they ail bcname dis-at-. fird, and left one af:er another, when it was fLr.d n?ceswary to imprt strangers to folill :a import:nt dut...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ISSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

ISssLVESCY JCUT5DECUOL.. Th tbahe E"te of Frederic WiTteins I fli the appiiceatioi of Mr Wiize the ralc niei fr a cccpuIlors seqjuesrationn whictih was retranah'I· this dtr, rrwa made aso!ae, there Loin; no careat Idi I !NEW I5SOLr EST. Graham Finla'ran, of 3Ielb',nree. neosrpaper reporter, fiied h:i Fechedle. Lisbilitiee, £59. -aet', £31 ie Balance de cieacr, 124. sg o OS~cil assignee. i. Coertoe~r, E4I

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

N-tr Gooizn.oe-G.ERi ?L-The ?;otLn gos sip of tLe Sydney Hera:.1 is fertile in rumu?rs. " I is now," ie sars, " Trelve months since I told you I bad in my mind the individual wh? wan to vnceloc Sir Chnarles Fiz oyr, in the Newl South Wales Government. The inividuln I ad mldac to was, in truth, no oth:er than Sir George Grey, the Governor of New Zealand. I hbarl some date ago, of a rumour to the eti cit that this gentleman was really to be appointed Governor-Geaeral of Australia, and to.dav I feel that th:ee is snlliient probability cf the authority from which it proceeded, being 'ell informed, to justify me in giving it you. A. captain in the navy, whose name f mhssed, w' soil to be Sir George's mccessor in 'New Zea land on Sir George going to Sydney. If this rumour should prove true, Sir George Grey wi;l be a very fortunate man. lHe belongs to that newsehiolof groernor, which it has been the obihet of successive administrations of late yearS to call into existence, what may be ncle...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

TllEs I'UltON. (From the Bathurst Free Press.) As stated in S.tnrdsy's paper, the storm of' last Wednesday night had done consilersble amount of dama=e, but to attempt to estimate it pecnniarily weouid be preposteron-, because it ?ould be simply iiposesibie. Sone idea of its extent may be furmed by the thtt that seventy cradles wer' nrisdke up by a company of diggers, a little helo? atihrst Point, early on th'e fol lowing marring, ndl in other places individuals had collected them by tens and dozens. Great umber's of the holes were filled up, and the occpants of many ot the stores and tents had to wade about eaele or calf deep in watser. We are glad, however, to report that the liggers generally, considering prudence the bat ter part of valour, rather suftfresl the fIhod to sweep away their rockers and pumps, than hazard their lives i aia rn and nsh attempt in the' gloom of night, to preserve their property. AI thongh the stream is somewhat freshened by the heavy fall of rain, the o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

POLICE, ()FICE. FetnAT. FEBuiARY 13 Barone Captai kn ans ed W. Timm,, E., J. P. olEACc OF TnE PR.AC. Simon Hulligan was charrel with committing a breach of the peace by fighting in the pnb!ic street, on Thursday morning loot. He wao sen tenced to pay a fine of 40o, or ftnrton Bays im proonment. SSUrSOnD?ATrO?, Two men of the respective nraes of Thomas Swiner and John Lally werecharged with neglect of (duty in refacing to proceed with a Liuhed wool dray whilt being under an agreement itsl Fr I?we for six months service, Frnbt the statement of the complainnnt it ap peared that on Wraleeday loot the men were req-ired to o to Bates' Ford, al fetch shme bulkcko into town, so that they might proceed ibh the wool dkars the next day. Instead of doing this they took up their quarters at a public house and refused to do any more work. Swine. informal thie bnch that both himself and Iellobw servant were unwilling to do anything moro for Mr L??a u:less- they received their wsages or some part o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

SYDNEY. (From the elbourne Herahl) I wrote you by the Shamrock, on W'ednesdar, einee which nothing of a?y interenc has occurred in our city. I observe that the Lennlon papers differ ma terially as to the ethect likely to be produced by the gold dlcoverv upon the transportation ques. tic. Theo GloGe, Pslmereton's nCper, argues that now is the very time to send convictl here, tas?ming that oar pastures nre deserted; and our wliiat rotting in the ground, "Sedi Dis alitor vii'im." A sn?ll quintity, 400 orz. of go!. wr a sold by Mr J. Godfirey Cohen, by auction to-day at £3 Gs Id :Lera.>kl. This confirms what [ stated in my formercom nfanication. An extensive gol? field, I am infonrme has been diservered near the Meroo Creek, and £2,000 in half a day. Farther partieihrs by next post. Ain't that a " nugeit" for Melhournet

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

TO LET, TWO Hoenses containing five rdims each, in the most healthy part of the town. Apply to. ALEXxrcD.vR SAYERS, \1arrabool-street. ri-tO LET, furnished, for six or ?,elve A months, WOODSTOCK HO(USE, containinS dining room, drawing room 24 feet by 16, with one of 'Collard and Co's best pianos I(:ewly imported) four bed rooms, servant's room, a well-fitted store,detatched kitc!'en, stable and coach house, garden of:three acres well stocked with fruit and regetablrs. The situati,n is beautiful and lhe thy, a quarter of a mile from the E,'ilish Church. Also 40 LOTS of LAND near the above Sresidence. Apply to T. M3. MARSHALL. FOR SALE, OR TO LET. rLiHAT elegant and co:nfortableFamily rMansion and Grounds (the property of Doctor Maaewhirter, who is on the eve of sailing for England), Fronting Barr-oe 1ertrace, at Soutk/ The HIouse contain:s 14 rooms, with larder, dairy, bakehouse, laundry, cellars, and servants rooms, a 3 stall stable. loose box, coach house, and ha- ness room, the wh...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

In-rtrer. 11 zSd"ýth, u aer, fens Ade!nid,. S e ~elt' fn as rLanneeeton. P Fsengers !i: Roe.. and twntv-:inn in the stecrnge. WiU-ce-thP-Wiie srtuhuoaer, fir Lanuceston. 'as-er.?. -Mr Cnr~er. Presl;rnet, ldc', for IF·hnet Town. Pnenun c're-R' r. J. Cirrneeo. Mn r hom:nas and child,' :eevrs ilece n :d Jtoo's. W ..r. s 'lotrne, fr Ps-t Fairr ant Prot h11J Ba,. ?'oc Sea.cti. -leg1oe:n SIbeear, 1RI9 Tz' outs, lI~er~ 5J ?k,7 te ke, f oe an~d Cc., 42 a; h X n..r 1stgar I, Ru-s ate4 Co. ;O co-es fruit, Xtuu'; ;4 n.'a rcd odh, Turnheli ; 265 hegs infer ,G cascs ounloas, 9 e-taos reserrc', 1 enso "eodlo sta,- 3 cases oi!m en' etore, 2 bales c.tnrru Orde~r. PFr tii? ihe"1;ice. = Part of crijgiral Per P. e en'--929 burs ener, 2 heneh!nnds a'rr. 3 S 'e'rtCr-erees diitto. 3 quarter-eoles ;nert. Ce ecot, a-I 55 hali-crhe-re tee, 12 ces-e cilsi, 7 ham ee. SO) miate ditto, 5000 lbs. 'it.', i11- s--ar, C carese oaa 35 brts e:iatos, 34 cures rimi~e, cSa os :hau

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

O L0 0N D O N.--The A shin pnu'raw cormmander. has good 'I. a r ,rs. F oa f gi ht or p s .ags e ap w ALtcG.€T GORE S Cu. E-I ,ER?E ?~SA.l-In Consequence " j <' "Gealhs nttnIfllCn the Agency of tlihe edis?-?. and the -esintion or the ti\ c5;e?.r is hereth Orte. that all Freight and --. 'ctstc pe~?eious to shipment tn Mel I tete dt wial not be answoroboe Mcore, ndT -t-o go cllerbeitg landed on thoe WtatiYf..fvG~ooor Lnea..- O. W. COLE. loenl.t rpHE shore steamer leaves the Geelong t sarf ftr fMelbourne every Mon ay, Wednesday, ond Friday mornings, at t9 o'clock precisely, returning every alternate day. . Hrrro & Co., Geelong agents. yarra-street, Jan. 1, 1852. S ? " E T THAMES.'stO'aMer j R having completed her . repairs, ha; resumed her ,oi t?rips, starting from Geelong on the m~srings of TuesdayV, Thursday, and Saturda, at half-past 10 a.m., and f:onm lelhourne ou s onday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock, noon, until further notice. S. Sirri , Agent. Geelong,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

I VS. hire r;;;'-r-a o!l=aim)us "blce S.'ck"' fi- i S-ia.cy, Cionta1i.i. the cor Srpondec L~ert-.v~an tie local govern ment, and' the Skrerry for the Colonies o e the 'r)je:t cf aipointing a Colcni:! SGeoogist; aso, the corres~ondnac adnl ; re rpors ,f 3r Strte iby ; the reports f t le .IRer. 31- Clhrke, fMr Hargrar s, it?e eyc:r-Goncral, an- the Gold Commissionlcars. Fromn a basty. ela ce at the contents, -re find that, o far from the corernme:t C:ing taken by susrprise in the discovery of thE gEod f te-s, the Governr-Gcneral actuoally in S-1Q1, arg-l thlo-c.t uf the cxistenac of Gold both in New Scth Wales and Pert Phillip, as an induce ment to the ITcme Government to0 lse no time in scnding o~t a geologist. The geologist, MIr. Stutchbury, duly arrived, ELt Ie dos not seem to hare givea satifaction to the Colonial See retary, ?Mr. Th-ompon, who soundly rtes him f:r secding in mnoegre c unsseetifie ropor[ts. The censure is too harsh. 1Mr. Statlchbnr's principal falt is, rwat of lit...

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