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

SYDnEY Ar.ziran. -- Ocnieo, s'lip, from tLo Sout0 .1.'.:rr OGrr.--Trin, b-i', fr MElf rncrn. SArab-.. tar . sir liU );;sko: . Jfl'tCt Uni '.ar, s9! tu.s(, Capt.in Curmie, f;r Gor',ln. Pl,'cen ,Ir-'.l and Mi, s Leschan, 1r Wi!liaims, .:r Ju.'nso:. nifri ai :Le chiir l r, Miat:v er SJoaUs;:m .I two c:i.;TrLn, Ja..o JohniOn, Sarah Jýir.son, !. Rober-t. Cr;-p-. - cad es G enea, S5! pc>, ro;e, 49 Arosts, .5 I;,f-cJ st con n S e , T Losesi E;, C brel»r-s nisins, 1 Los !i -I in:on s.-rp, I -sh'ea!d pe?pTrmint, I qulnpr.-t-c.sk gin'r Ine a".ioc-_ask raip t'r ri::*:a-. 10 c$.-.; L.'ttero, 12 trrel; her S.in.-. ,?;.,b,. Fnnin:, _rnd CO.: ;) ho:.he-at Ire-, Nil'l, .'s:d,, bloth-s; 2 cails butter, 7 IG ci'>, I5 :"; 13 kei; bitlr. Chapman ; 3 I?nr!:L':s., 2 !..a4,he.s rum, 4 hao!Ihead, 39 cas r , 41 an rs cam-dis 20 )eirts, 20 -1i ,Bcs' 'reo.a ta, 11 b.igs sugar, Thorne anl C,'.; 13 I.0i'a"e si Ir -:l, 15 c.-'s ciigr:, SJ Se C:nva, J.nm.' 2 b-ks ca"? , 2 c sci :-t,-o.::ry, 23 c.::i ro1 , i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPREME COURT. Thursday, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 14 February 1852

SUPREME COURT. Thnrs-ar, 12th Fehicar.. rr Wýrcnri pplid xon the part of t enry Free, who stand chrred writh an eadssaniuandateptod roebery, for a p? tpone:aent of the trial of the said Honar free till the neat session. Refo-ed. THE QUEEN V. ROBINSON. Thomas Robinson pleaded not guilty to an in- dictment charging him with feloniously stabbing, cutting, and wounding one John Tewers on the third day of January last, with intent to do the said John Yewers some grievous bodily harm. The Attorney-General not being prepared to proceed with the trial, the prisoner was removed to Custody. L.nRCErT. John Cnhre was indicted for stealing, on the 15th Janury, eight hadf-erowns, n le., the pro p-rto of Michael Curtain, the landlord of the BuRsh Iann, ao Gisorne. Br the evidence of 3Mrs Cortain it appea-el that the prisoner dept in her hoa-e on the night of the 14th of January, and on coming into her bar on the following mrninog, she sow the pri soner behin the counter. Mr Williams, for the defen...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

S To LET, + rpWO Houses con'aining five rooms i each, in .the ,most healthy part of th t- own. Apply to ALE ner. SavERs, a \rrabonl-street. "rpO LET, furnished, for six or twelve S months, WOODSTOCK HOIUSE, containing dining room, drawing room t21 feet by 16, with one of Collard and Co' best pianos (newsvly imported) four bed rooms, servant's roodi, a well-fitted store, detalched kitchen, stable and coach house, garden of three arres well stocked with fruit and vegetables. The situati n is beautiful and hea'thy, a quarter of a i' .mile from the English Church. Also 40 LOTS of LAND near the above residence. Apply to T. M. MARSHALL. " FOR SALE, OR TO LET. r I.AT elegant and comfortable Family Mansion and Grounds (the property + f Doctor Macwhirter, who is on the eve of sailing for England), Fro'rti;ng Barron 7errace, at Southe Geelonrg. The House contais 1.1 rooms, with larder, dairy, bakehouse, laundry, - cellars, and servants roosts, a 3 stall stable. loose box, coach house, and ha-...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

rrOBBW , Horse and Cattle Jo noctor. Castrator, &c., who has ad up, of ttent earsry, experience rlise bl tlsitet for ring;olnes, spavilns: blister o , stuff for the font-rot is li v? "tled to cure. J. tM., cat: be esdeep a by Joohs Atkins, Esq., as a sc cutter, lt aplicationei cdea3 a-.dI.,? " livery stable-keeper, to A. ,3 .iua tlival ter ,ed to. I Geelc'l', ,-U0 b rewt A rrieals. rrirals, and steady men, return , from Ithe Diings, ! met slia i otrt humble hosnle at Turner's with daa Ldging-house, Moorabosol -t door to Turpi2's, draper, a te Wharf. lero Nov.re 26, 1851. 12 D IIateChS ]AnK.-The tn-n . Ser i"~ ?an in te rrnrr into harrtanm with frs L. oet ? barl ntd are now pripaiar of mas e !, ,J Ionr,e Go" I 'rparsi.s wLihite to sell will . :e el 'i.?tl , hiaFhcttloraet P lle.--T .ous -. rT" !E.-.Io le "STARI" FOUR i, Book co lkr and E Ila!i0 o ffnir ret Re O? .Sta -ione l?sd Elaretr, ItIlonyan. 1ii:e"t S " eOA II HotELe. ot lok, street; retirs _:,5ip0lT' -,Buoionou o WED s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

UF. all the papers relating to the Geolc ?..?t Sarr.y of the colony, the most i,.erastqi!: ail most trmstorthy is that cf. S:r T. L. Mitchell, the explorer of Au?t:ra? Felix. * The (overnor-General I;.,vi:;g been dissatiEfied with the reports . 'Jýr Srutchbirty, sent the veteran S:'-,r to make a speci. survey of the ::.h -r:.t gold region, a task whieh , ncccnirl'ed satisfactorily nnd' , -.!. Passing over that portion of his i-: ,irt- ,s hieh if fstrictly local reference, *,' c~in t s-me interesting remarks ..n tie pro':bile discovery of gold in - rix, -.nL hiat is of still more im 7. :?r*. tr, iL, :'e ird tat lie h as i- "., . " *.."i :c.cs of his exploratiors :i .. -.. lix and elseIChere, the o: .. wIhich w, ri:iy infer from the S' th Icvinus , t)e wr'? OkIing r,f the 1i ! . Ali.:,,i' -er fiell, lie pointed it a as wist lkel"y -pot for guldqiiggng.i He is thus dounlr the discoverer of " the Mount," having in 835 ascended to its I summit, when ho named it Mount Iyng; and in 1852, w...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LATEST FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

.LATEST FROMI VAN DIE3IEX'S LA\ND A num:nbr of the Chelsea pensioners, rc arriveJ iu the colonr, have enlisted in a Ie raised for ser;ice in Victori.~ In consequence of tho continced dran? the population, the price of labour had iac, col.idernblr. " By the published returns, it is ascrltaine! f the revenue for 1850 was £130,489 S. 3t STwhreas the estimated expellditure for tle nc year, ii caleulated at £147,053, showinginc" in the dihursement of about £17,000 or:t rrceipts. 'The Launceston 'Rces are Potpon!a . first day of the meeting is fix for Thlr:f the 26th instant

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 14th February, 1852. Before Foster Evans, Esq., J.P., and J. G. M'Millan, Esq., J.P. LARGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

POJ.ICE OFFICE. Saturday, 14!h FI.lrLtrr, 1S52. Before Foster Fvr?n*P E-q., J.P., und J. G. 3L'lMillan. Enq., J.P. LI?CFRr. eJon Walker, an o!Jerly man, apparentlr suf fering from the efCteeC cf driL;k, reas ch:irgcdl with stealing a pocket handkerchief, from a person of the name of BroTn, residing at, the larp of Eria pub!ichoase. The Bench considered the prisoner to be n i an unfit state to n m!ers exmi:ination, and re- i manded the case till a future ay. WAGES. 3iargaret 31'Cormsck appliel to the sitting; magistrates to obtain th- snm of £5 15. 4:1. wages due to her from 31r" Atkiihs, andicrd of 3fhCe' Hotel. It appeared that the female had h.wa engagd as a itunaress, in Mr Atkiin, e;.hlishl:nert, fti the lASt nine montli, under a maint:l m?ner inz that one month's notice ras to be given by either pirtr bhfore leaving; this the eomplai nant averrel she had done on the 12th of Jan. last, and according- had left on the 12th in stant, and deamltedi her wstge for twelve weeks taounti...

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SUPREME COURT. Friday, 13th February, 1852. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Barry. CRIMINAL SITTINGS.THE QUEEN V. JOHN WILLIAMS, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

SUPREME COURT. . Frid:ay, 13th FchraJry, 1852. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Barry. S CEIMiXAL SITTINGS. THLE QUttKN V. JOIlr WILLIAS. His Honor announced to the Attorney-General tlr.t he had attended at Ithe' Cort House at half past eleven on the preceding night to receive. the vcnlict of the jur : he regretted that he had detained them so late,.bhut would have bedn at his station mneh earlier had he known they were inanimoni s; they had returned a verdict of not guilty, hat he Iad not felt himselfat liberty to discihargo the prisoner, as the case was attended by circumstances which he would not then di late uanl. Ills Honor then directed the prisoner to be remanded, but at a latter period of the day, he was discharged on the application of Mr Williams. CUTTING AND WOU?'DING. Thomas Robinson, who was arraigned on the previous day, and pleaded not guilty, was then placed at the bar. Mr Wiltaams ape?ared for the defendant. The Attorney-General having stated the case to the jury, calle...

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To Mr. George Wright. (Per favour of the Geelong Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

To fMr. George ' riqlot. (Per favour of the Gee!osg .ldrerti"-r.) S?m,-- reed wirt mrh rlerisure voIr '.!'tr of vesterdPa,, altkhn?h it p-:o "., mre t',,:t the mnset eeseutisi pcit-:,msl,-, r':u ',s t ; goul, has bhe o uil ted by n -'. e place, with tetord to tIh sIk. rcI . ia. Alexauder from here, [ foer thei u?-i' u; ., ): a old principle dopted by us nil or rce :r, · our life, that ethe laiigert iri ,. £ shortest way hoimp," yo wouldJ i..I i; .!i;;al" •, prove etht hisisthe newrst: lot .n-i i ur" you rdo to, is it likely t;lt ts 1rt?iu:r., digger would comehers knuolein liiu h. ?Lta,t. sell the go' for a lees price, or pr?.?ed to "el bourne? Whint the mcrcehs,,ts are aeeulr here it is diflicult to tell: it can only le ,s=t p .! . tint as we are told "rile ,,go first sim:.r wiml n.al. ness those whom ther wish to r-stror," they are now going through the firt ltate initiatury to the last. But seriously, Sir, were the?r on actual loss, it would bh, better to gie an iner-,rr e.l pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

- THEATRE ROY'A L. cGFEIO.G. Under the sole manaqerizent of IVr . Deering. THIS EVENING. FEB. I6. The perfirmance will commence eit: the dJnPestic Dranma ,f the RENT DAY. Granti-y .................. Mrs 'Tris Mar;in Heywood .. . Mr Holiorwa Tohy Heywood........... Mr Shearcro;: 1Od. Crumbs ........... r Webster Bnllfrog.................... Mr Deer:., IHyssop.............. Mr Meadosi Silver Jack................ Mr Haie: Stephen ........... Mr Wi son Beanstalk ................ Mr Tun?e: Rachel Heywood...... Mrs Deerin. Polly Briggs .............. Mrs l t,.b's Ethiopian Serenading, by Meesr'. Holloway and MIeadows. Dance.......... Mrs. Stnbbs. Song................ Mrs We ster. To conclude with the Farce of AN ALARMING SACRIFICE. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, The per ormance will commence witi Culman's Play of THE IRON CHEST. Sir Edwaid Mortimer.... Mr Shearcre: Wilford ........ Mri Deering Other characters supported by the entire strength of the company. Serenading, by Messrs Holloway ad M...

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To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

T1 tA, Eit.,r .r tip :iEr:t a lot'dtr'. and D'tr r,--0 ,?r;-n in the Ar.n of F-ada, ..-. 1'"p i, .. , e: in? E :rrs ? l . ' z:r ·uIn ~the C:.:.v.:s t'qt: a10 "in ".e:;:i:h :hi:, {hilt by |!he pVurch ft" c.o't .. rlri ..riht ct sr e z i .o' . w h ic h i ile - - s ' ,, ":: e p r e - e n t r i e r f a "te??*, an:l ?h<ii ,-an I- crruadI "a a ttrion a drat C Iefectl eaC'. +d c "! t ,rtliest in tihe s-a'e f an i w! r, a aI b ,a-lr tlit drwin th nails can be r. mvet and ro!we anp aMtin A bark or r sal but mist reqeire three times the labour and time, and weben cune erected cann, be rantoric. Should there remark; tr.?d to the I:ub.ie g.nd, you will oblige me by inertitng them in yor valuable journal. I remain. dlear Sir, Yours, obedliently, A ToaDEsu. s. Geelong, Febrairnr 14, 185.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, FEB. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AU2i Mo.snA, FEB. 16 By J. G. Ca-r, at l, Furniture; t 1, Farm Produce. TCuSDay, FEB. 17. By J. G. Carr, at Z, Town Land. WEDNESDAY, Fin. 18. By Carver & Dal on, at 12, I'owa a,! Suburban Land. Famer, FEB 20. By O'Farre!l and Son, at 12 Portioclif Fairview Estate. MONDAY, FEB. 23. By J. G. Carr, a. 12, Land. Pui!li-; Society Shares, Furaiture, &c. ' USDA&Y, FEB. 24. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, ;ccm, land and firniture of rs I ur:ay. By O'Farrell & Son at 12, House, Laid, and Furaiture. Fasnar, FEB. 27. By O'Parrell and Son, at 12, HJ:?, pir, drays. &c.

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

STanr', $iitr. r Syly. No Ia '.c- C. J. lanvs mri Co. A;p'.ts. S.ILRD. elbru r lt1.-C-Cop,!lt'. for Sy-lury. EX PoTS. rer C~~lrette, S toii bI.:rk, D,;m~nv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

- ,0- " 0N._--The A . ship ,.!Gf',1ly'. el"r ommnder, ha'y fl t t .`.. - ot,:Y. tts f"- " _ , tridbt Cc raS~ ~ap , ' i u 0rt s t., °rn that ail Freight and lon g. S mer leave s e Ge elon 6 Wednesfay, sod Friday morntlis, I o'ckck psecisely, returning every rate day." . I LtrrroR W Co., SGeeloeng agents. - street, Jan. 1, 1852. T`' HETEA31ES,' stamers 1 s having completed her; .. repai s, hac resumred hera I. r arioe starting from Geeloni on the c sf Tuesrday, Thursday, and ,pian, at half-past 10 a.m., and fsorm n?ine on Monday, Wednesday, and i, at 12o'clock, noon, until further ce. S. S-rrn, Sagent. eelorg, Nov 17, 1851. 310 CESTON. rTI E " CITY OF MEL ..A1 BOURNE "will continue h er taips as usual-leaving liel e 5th, 15th, and 2sthof eah tonth; ; Laancestons, 10th, 20th, and 30oth. She sll not lay up as advertised to re alterationsl, it having beei repre ,ed the disappointmeuttomanyshoai~ o n't keep her usual reg'tlarity. GEoRtu W\ARD CotL. hrf,0ct. 25th, 1851. - 1j3 FOR LONDON. T...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

A r.lIV EP,. " '-.lhaurne. -'inn:'-f, Src SyJ-nr. Prwrn -'ra,, Mr and 2tMr I'al!en, an I funlil, 3Mssrs W~li'tn?, Ikers, Chal -er? , Ellis. W'aidred. Saih, >!'Dons'll.' PDolr , Ihrve-, Blptist, Swrer. "reo.-h , Cilns, D.y, Farlrrcatlcr, Ur 'dard .Mrus-irnbuil. GCnpeiitor hr, r , fr.om Ade:aidc, with 300 Viclali, b:rqoe, ftrom Lnns'oen. Pas s-'nagr, Mrs Witsh, 3[rs 3.';ithrs, Mrs 31Kenzie, Mtr Wiii?.n, Mr Joneý, rn;l 26.in the steerag-. A!renture, schooner, frnom Sydney. Pas senCr., e.scrs P'D.mnal, FomrrLhe, Chianaick, iwme, Ri(d, Hardr, Kirbr. Dan Jnun.scli?ier, fro,r. S.In er. rassmn ers, M4r -.nl Mrs Taenont an . da.ghier, iessrs Y.n-., rsiie, a.u:Iin, Prelderast, Aderion, S:nith. Craeford, MosiLer , Pelhoase, Brig, Juu:son. C'l.r3r.D orr. Empire, for Port Albert. Passengers, Mr and s:rs Morrs, ' r and Yirs Taingl and familv. Martha aend Eizabeth, for" Circnlar P'ead. Pa.sengers, Mr and M.atter Trumble. Miss 'lills, Ms r-s %i iltshire, Alien, Pswe. Janlson, and: 3iiiC . Vixen,...

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VISSELS [?] GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

ry.i t E I . 71 0 W .i.n . E. ,1I. Ii. r ..m-?.er fr .Ii. - I5 ead o ":ts. (G tilt.7, bric, 20i t.:n% Id.Ii a'.. 'Ioo'i!ir..'ipi, i:n; -. [.e Piurr-nt. muno't laid on 'otr .ln!an. i)'.ry.G. G aore .r.t+., ,ct.. Ulc.rl. .i. :I-ar.t 5 ton.. irt iI3lmon,nwer, from ilobloi Es-rn. KI. vIm-l.. t2-r m. •Xre-ah. ' ro, h (4 iu.: i= . \'rioht. praitr, !alini f.* r L-ot.n.i dit :whis :-a: :;. Jackson, R.x'orv. hi:queo. Ill rna, t. IWalker. ma?fr-. dli and 'o., ao fr. r'lsrcir.:·inaac.i, from ,.Iberdctl. S.rAcl;;u Anar.Lar, i.*b er. 72 tlta, 14u'p S *rat. brikntihr. O12- lao, loi up. - Trt?.'? bdaCitin, 52 i- ?i, ARndile?n, raister, frtam 1 !s!n. frr.nrs,- bSto;., 3' toan.?. C. Pr.ou.o, nrs trrolrto ll or Lotidon. \vi tona Toonuo aoet. Tarorron. barlreo, ;317 i -tar. <, ron. naasir-. 11a .auia f.r Lona-ai. iV'?rdg!b, l C4i- Co ., adIil.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 16 February 1852

MELBOURNE THE DIGGINGS - Our readers will be shocked       to hear that the report of the late Lynch law   execution at the diggings appears, to have re-   ceived some confirmation. A young man of respectable manners and appearance arrived in       town on Friday. anld narrated the particulars of thE s3.rit , wh'~ h oniv look tioo? .nth, atie Hoi st elt that the atte:tin cfa neigt ,i'oeri;ng parny was cailed to a particolar hole, which was yield ina a very rich I.trvest, by the sound of groans. They aent to it nitl fonted it oenu pied hr thie two nme, whi, ihe!d , icense for it, oneof them ju t at the rnint of deJth from a h'bw with a pick. . He had just time to ex plain that his eomrotrle hoil killed lim for the pnrpose of being able to mnnopolire the rich rich! of the hole, shen he expired. The ne connt goes on that so exaiperated were the sar rounding diggers at such an atrtnit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

TOLEHT, - t Wr Houss?. con?ainino five rooms, S each, int thet most healthy part of *Apply to a At5x?.xtn r SfATE5, : - arrahool-street. rt '0 LET, furnished, for six or twelve ¬ months. WVOODSTO.K HIIUSE, containing diniire room, drawing room' f4 feet by 16, with one of Collard and C''s best pianos j(newly im:ported) fmur bed rooms, servant's ro sr, a well-fitted store, detatched hkitcl ae, stable and coach ltnsce, arden f three acres well stocked with fruit and vegetables. The situati n s beautiftul and I:ha thy, a quarter of a mnile from the Ernlish Church. Also 40 LOTS of LkND near the above residence. Apply to T. N1. MARSHALL. FOIR SALE, OrP TO LET. r 't( AT elegant and comrnfrtable Family Mansion and Grounds (the property of Doctor ~1acwi:irter, who is on' the eve of sailing f r En?land), Fro ot.o:7 BErorcn Ter;:e', at ,Sic.st Th' Fionue contairs.l1 rooms, with : larder, dairy, b-.kehouse, laundry, cellars, and servarts rooms, a 3 stall stable. loose hlo, coach honuse, and ha-...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

"TWLIE blurin, disposed of his ir? t t in the bu sin tr of t s. OPOT II PAI:C AT I EI ' I- ar.ste o. io. SHAW, hithert, o n.: tle title of TOWI.E & CO., requesto if h?or' " .. i bsenlt lfor lhe comp?t?l: he .id I- p? o Rf-.?r " .pohe tit' s:,II . l wh... i mý,tc!leo.atlt IsIt discl;*rgFe his account and :t ,!o c0:a! any. FRED. Wll.TOWLE. . . 831 SDig ?VI?-'r Y SYDEIt, from Lpper t se don, orfoeo'odit ort o torus on Sut er. d,'.c.t.O rato, ";r 0.1si '`' wenty rears teacher of SbLdico ' o 1 m ,n, shre. t' raton, . and eotrll thirty with rs !1st etion rioh W .td, &'?t c takea thalhlt ba heoa qoacko d y I +dt. G o't t.! J'nuar 1, '1832. p-'!- IS? bees to inform the P r ,t on," r4 t , ~ýt i.irn[ty, ' rdd truts hlS ,t U~· PPERS IF GOLD.--Th ,1 Lr e in' asare o sout of ihe lJ'ei't'.n et.flm: -. ,'lr ter IhI+ hn.-sv H ^ cal a c orolt" a os tin ' o.* Tisotms, Esq.. re tr rt?:lr at Io o fo, cth fs. Ctheppao or-en ill n too ?'r dtillml io -LICE-ife TO LDe -Th Fnde I will make 3...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

Towsv Conu.ciL.-There will ba a meeting this afternoon at 3 o'clock: The principal business will be the consi dcration of the applications ofcertain of the occrs for increasa of salary. Ti ere is also an important notice by Alderman Cowie, for petitioning for the control of the stone and lime quarries. B.tr.imAl.r. - Recent accounts from this pla:e are more favourable than ever. The holes in the flat are in some instances yielding from 15 to 20 ounces per diem. There is plenty of water for those who are now there, but if crowded with new comers the supply would quickly faiL M3zTEooLoLoc .-An Aurora Australis was visible on Snnday night. It was re markable from the steadiness of the light, and the absence of sudden coruscations. When we first observedit, about 10 P.3r.. the horizon from south-east to south-west was illumined with a pale light, similar to that which precedes the rising of the moon. This gradually darkened at the soath-east corner, into a blood-red flush of light risin...

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