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

IREL.AND. Tno following letter aplxars in, the London Times of November last, relating to the immense emigration to America. Te "cLntc rxenuts." Smn,-I am not a little amu.,l at the .lierent opinions now gren as to the cause of the "Celtic Exodius" as it now the fashion to call Trish Emi gration. English Protectionists weaoul make out that it is the esrult of free trade; Irish would-he r.epu.iste rs ay it is the present heavy taxation, is the shape of poor rate, aggravatred by the prospect of repaying the debt to England. Now, Sir, believe neitherof tihesecan-e Ihas ans a:iing to do with the matter. For some years pa, even previo:us the potato pestilence, alare number of Irish left Ireland each year for Liverpool or I America; very many who settled for a time in Liverpool alterwardl went thence to America. T'he Irish peasaontr are, when eparated, fsrl more disposal to correspond with their relatives than ere the English under the auoe cirem stances - They bava for a very long time b...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. (MONDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. (E 1,A*T, IGTrr I"Esnnr*Rr. P" iL re Ili.1' ,r ip I he ir oe j1 L'. SfrishT I' I Pant, Citnn Cal t. A llis, Wiii. 'l'imnr,, ' N Thorne. Lij, and .1, . CL3M' ai:iu. 5fleCrf?! LARUAJ3. A re" rct i Ii -d-n sd min n, givilt Lis name as FaFt;.ir C wi ir, aed satatz Chadt Lo had just arried from Adelaide, was .e!are lby Conuta ble HLrper with lttering obheit., laIunriage is the public streets. Cooker dfl.itte;d that he had been drnking with a fr'en I on Satnrday afternoon, and ahen grin- to his logingl found that his acquaintance hati given hire the slip, which greatly exasperated him as he was astran ger in Geelong. I1n was fined £2, or one month's imprison ment. Einhbeth Glenodl. Sarah 3'Leann, and Johan nah Gantrinter, were severally charged with using obscene langmage on the publie wharf, at Gee long, on the evening of Saturday last. The prisoners admitted the charge, and were each mulctei in the penalty of £5, or two months' imprisonment. Donald llenne sor was chnrged ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. RInrAL Soctrar or VAN Ih?liE?'s LAvD. The annual meeting of the members was held on -Monday, 2nd instant. There was a fall atten dance, and Dr. Lillie, a vice-president, presided. The fear members of the ouncil retiring in rota tion. ils honor Sir J. L. Pedder, Dr. Lillie, Joseph Ione, E?q., Joseph Allp rt, E~q.-were re-eleeted. The report stated that the number of members h;ol increasei during the year from 220 to 275; that another number of a papers and proceeding." would soon be published: that the museum and library had received nameruns importi?t adlitions during the year, portly through the liberalitr of members and the public, and in part from institutiols and residents in foreign countries; sad that the collection of ntants and seeds in the societa's garden had been inerosued. Thu expenditure for the year amounted to 749. 1i, leavring a balance in the treas-rei'.s hands of 201 7 61. Considerablo disesscion foliored in reference to the oblerra tiots rece;.:...

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SUPREME COURT. Saturday, 14th February, 1652. BEFORE His Honor Mr Justice Barry. [?] SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

Sltrj 5E COURT. Sirtnrder, 14th February, 1852. Barone Hih Iieoir aIr Juitice Blirry. CQMeuotL SIrTTIne. tae quEEn V. SUr.LIVAT, The recogeloinoea of Pa rack Eulliven, wio stInd., charged with personation, and also the recoeiznncia of hiii suretie, were ordered to bo entrted. LAIWCrT. James Flower Ileadoednot guilty to en in dictment, charging him with ..'olnbg, on the rc.1 oFJoneiry, at 3telhsonrne,-one tarpaulin; vaue £5, the propert of Jhin Ooeihion. It oproirol I;y tre evidence that theetarpeehin wae left by Davidoic ini the cueto y of Sr Sh11hen, the lolnilhnrd'cf the Farroet's Armn. Stehiia harinsg miieel it. inetitute~l a eenreb,, 5111 firne it in the posenssion of tbeprisoier, who Is d e d in Lie honne Priosscr, sr bei'. t zed with the rbhbervy esi thnt ie hod Lbought mi torFahlio ird paidt A It, haulseuseqentlhy onfred to rentore it in preferonce to boing given into custody. Vonlict.-Guilty. The tettence was deferred. Tio Q.c2N ', D. HDONALDo AND It. iIAMIsGTON. The recoliz...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUuii T'UESDA, FEa. 17. By J. G. Carr, at :, Town Laud. W¶DNE5DAY, PtIB. 18. By Carver & Dal on, at 12, fowa a~t Suburban Land. FRIDAY, FEB 20. By O'Parrell and Son, at 12 Portionsoe Fairview Estate. MOsDaY, FEB. 23. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Land, Puildini Society Shares, Furniture, &c. I UESDAY, "EB. 24. By J. B. Hlutton and Co., at 12, Hoos, land and f rniture of rs Murray. By O'Farrell & Son at 12, House, Luad, and Fur.siture. FaiarY, Pes. 27. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Hors, pigs, drays, &c. THEATRE ROYAL,. GEELONO. Under t:a sole management of Mi Deering. THIS EVENING, FEB. 17, The per ormance will commence with Colman's Play of THE IRON CHEST. Sir Edward 1Mortimer.... Mir Shearcroft Wilfurd ........ . Iri Deering Other characters supported by the entin strength of the company. Serenading, 6b~ Messrs Holloway ard Meadows. Dance............ Mrs Stubbs. Song .......... ...... Mrs Web:te To conclude with the laughable Farce of TH...

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SUPERIOR RICHNESS OF THE VICTORIA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

SUPERIORt R1ICl1NES. OF THE TICTORP.I DIGGINGS. - (From the l'rtland Gunnlian.) No wonder this colony is in so disor anised a state, as e?lpare witsh NXe South WRa.l on account of the hI?orerv of Gold? The secret is revealed and made so palpable, that no one can be at a loes to a?count frw the differenne. The official rturns hatelr pttlishead in the Gazettes of New S.::h Wales ald Victoria respectiverly give statelments of the amount of revenuie derive I Crom the Gall Licence; in these otlonies ; ad it wil: be founll that this itmn, reckoned per head, of the pipalatiosa, produces as foilos : in a. d. New South Wales .. 3 33 per hea. Vitorna .. 6 l f!er The sum te the Territori-l Revenue derived from the Escort service, if c culated as above, will givo in d. New South Wales.. .. 3 head. Vlctoria .. .. r e omitting thi Feaetions which it either ease does not amanta tto flrtl.iag. In a previous number of our journal we gave the anmount of reve:ue derived from the sale of lieonses todig...

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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. FEBRUARY 14TH, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

GEELONG T 'r.ao p REPOR I 3 Ia :ao :tr 14Ttf, I $ Icla S?an:t re usd Marce C err., 't- ?mo thiruucp Iluase s twrant?t in particulta. py, r L.r 1ti G~t tio the rd l- ta . 3urh '.rUScuup!+"r,? t . om station.. F.r aIt l ? a , D:tto fr ot t stttiou l tki; two flon;t di t , D?t da to,.takinFian ? k ditto, £5,. io n toe. I:, , t t it- t. , da t io £ tto n1 i cp'en rdr, with rtj e l cr an;£ t Gy itto tot k Lwe, ook, I to dt o, £ to '" Wiittotah W hke"aa or o m ?.tc, to.&rsl Iiaatk,'|e'ta :.,, C d. ", £ . Bdato dr?er , pear ael , d:t:to, £40. .tr?,? t ObtulatE driaro , Par atak, tap :`,e row 1to. 'r- a .r it, t . GDrieners, per year, ditto, £45 to £02. Cmo'a, for moen, aer ntumor ? a,,u, :hr , £~ 0lt cDtto, it, 0iarditto, 20 . to St. liBuia crponteo, pr nauto ditto, wit? II Ditto per wnek, dit'o, 051 t, 4o0. Weekly fanrn erratot, for moreh tbrkn'dto, intr, &o., £1 So, 44.% Tht=aoeru, ir buhe a te, awt ,irn. 3rod Dt It Vic forotot o.", ra,. per w£, Ge:lerrlly u.oflt servat. ...

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

ADELAIDE. The S. A. Gazatte, in an address to its fellow colonists at the diggings, gives them this piece of informtion : Your rldd is no longer an unmarketable drne in Somth Auntralia. On Weinesdavy Lst the Couneil paed a law, which on the same day receire?l thr??gh the Goveanor, her JLjeotv'; assent or sanction, providing that all god pre sented at the local mint should .trhere rece?vel, as well as at the banks, in Alelaide, of South Australia, Australasia, and the Union, at the price of three pounds eleven shillings per ounce, of 22 carat flaeness, or of the fineness of common sveaeiyns, and that such gold should he paid fr in cais or specie at that rate, Now the result of this is that when yoe send your gold I here to your wives, or bring it yout.sf you can depend on, gettin, its full value" You have no Lhnger to hawk it about front one dwder to another, or be gul to take forty-.five or fifty saillingo for it of the jolbbers in Ielbaurne. We have fisel he cash price for it in Ad...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

b.. a no ýttcitgenrac. Febn:mrv IG-31fr- ret: and Mtar, biantin'e, 80 tons, Charles Cuirrie, maser, from SidJer., wsth eight pr.ssen?re. CI.E.t.rn e?c. February lG--Iov :e;.', 35 tone, Il. D. IIut chrinmo. m aor, for Hi .tLre Town. Februtma IG-Teazer, schooner, 58 tons, An derson, n ster, for Melbourne. Febhrnar 16 - Willimn. cutter, 33 tons, J. Phut, Rsmster, for MIelbonrne. Per Mar?aret ns.l MArv- -SO eaoss Genoea. 151ihdJ hIandy, 15 erase ciOgs, 51 ijcknde s rop. 49 eets a0::l 3c 5 do. t2, 0 hardows .at , 6 blmrch ids .in, I hht lemon syrp I do. pepper mint, I qu'rter 3ask -icaer wine, I do. rasp berry ri?neP.r, 12 bdarrels herrin , 10 cases bit tees, Grit.lds. Fu.nnin. & Co.; 40 hhls rum. Gihson & Corler: 2 asts butter. I box cheese, ILoma.x : 13 kes bitter, Bteklamn : 3 puncheons ani i htts r-urn. 4 htls br.ndy, 39 cses do, 41 boxes canles, 20 c?ases inger wine, 20 do. le men -yuIp, O dchests and 20 halido. tea, 11 bags b S ?- r, 50 :rsts pail, 'Thorne, Sparkes ...

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

-- ,, DO N.--The A?1 s'ip o u {} D u -- .- n m mn~ e r, l; s , .... G(CG[Lx' nt r . " Fo fre'ght cr Iacsae ap "' n f OR' E C .... - Cn . it a d ' l-brand Ore rsoattnn of the uf'~at 4, p~il preetos to sIhipment in Mel * ...ederc1t "1 swilt notbe aensra'.e :c, e' ,2 L o r Lu eg " be rt lar d e n n the 'r srtef lte. a, a85.' APIIRASIA, STEAMER. long. H? above steamer leaves the Geelong ?itarf f..r Melbourne every Mon 'v Wedcesda,', aud Friday mornings, at 9 o'elOck precisely, returning every S:t oate d3yJ. B. lrrrrox & Co., Geelong agents. yr.ra-street, Jan. 1, 1852. . ETHE IAMES.'st amert having completed her lo: ", Trepai s, hay resumed her 1 rils, starting from Geelong on the sorninCs of Tuesday, Thursday, a:lnd Smturday,at half-past 10 a.m., atnd f om el bourne on Monday, Wed:esday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock, noon, until further r.o!ice. S. Srri, Agent. ieekong, Nov 17, 1851. 340 STEAM TO AND FR3OM LAUN CESTON. ITE " CITY OF 3IEL R1?... BOURNE " will continue her trips as u...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

'~n Melbourne jo-irnals appear to be undAr the impression that all that is re quired to secure peace and order at the liggings, is, the organization of a large body of plice. Undoubtedly, efiicient police is requisite, but equitable and well-considered regulations are of in auitely greater importance. The aim of oo:i government should be to render police interifercne unnecessary, and .Then an unusually large bodI of police is re uiredJ, there must be o-mething radically wrong in the laws themselves. It may be said that in the present state of so'-ity at the dig;angs, there are ii.ieulties in tLe way of te groernment. Undoubtedly, but there are a!s. etra ordinary facilities for maintaining order. .very man may be registerel. A very large majority of the min are interested in the maintenance of order, andl whon ever their assistance has been required, it has been cieerfully given. The diii eulties which noawexisthavebean CFEATz-? by misru2e, and are not the natural re sult of the pars...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 17 February 1852

MELBOURNE. /ARRIVED.   Hirondelle, schooner from Sydney. Passen- ge rs-Capt. Po'o;ey. 31Mi 31'KRne, Stensr. Wil liamssn. J"r:-, S:,;i;h, Spiratt, Thomas, Steele, S and 20 in tLe steer[-ce. William, brig, from Launceston. Passengers -: lr. ich. 3:. and Mrs. Laworerce, and 52 in `= the st.^u ge. Phoebe, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers     -3!r. ar..! Mrs. OiCmror, i:r. and .rs Co-eh, 3a rsa. Wiiins-n. Wilmct, Conner, 3urdell, 11i:ine, Powers, Hill, Peek. Union, brig, from _.lelhide. Eighty-three City of Melbourne, from Launceston. Pas- . ,e'ers -`Ir. 3Or-Iy, M;ss Murphy. Mrs. 'Wrt, g.ler0. Wiets, Wldron, Can.uuainge, Lef,: S5n-i:tt. Wanderer, brig, from Sydney. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. 3!ai:o!.l, 3Mr. Johnston, 3Ir. Wil son, ! r. C-oiicld, 27 in the st-enaCe. three rank an" file, two .nmen and five children of e llth nrgi=e.t. Commodore, barque, from Sydney. Passen-   gers-Mr. and )IL'. Phillips :iI f.il.:I, : esre 4 Eli. SEoit , ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

THE OLTDEST ESTABLTSFIEP DRUG WAREHOUSE -GEELONG, M5 T55R " APOTHECATRIES' HALL," Y, RRA-STREET, (Opposite the Daniel O'Connell Inn,) Where mrn be obtained, in the greatest Sarietir, and of the best qualitrt, all kinds of Drugs Ho rse and Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dressing, Patent M3edicine.,. Fancr Goods. Toilet Requisites, Surgical Instruments, d?c., &?c., (IOMIPRISING in fancy goods a great - variety of Elegant cut toilet bottles, silver topp'd smelling bottles Ladies' work cases, work boxes, illnmi n- ated portfolios Enamelled pets for vests m'ches, in imitation of the celebrated Portland vase Ebony card cases. inlaid tortoiseshell and brass cases of toilet bottles Inlaid enamelled glove boxes Vestas in cocoanut wood and enamelled brass boxes Morocco money case3 and souvenirs Fl..wer vases And various new and tasteful articles. In articles for the Toilet will be found Gentlemen and ladies' hair brushes Nail brushes Tooth brushes made expressly to order, and warranted Cloth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

LE l gth disp'od Hil s th-ee "I t I·,i hr. ,-e bg h? a q eft h e A ý Or $ W h i h er i o tt - ., a.d i 0o r the pt b ", o S isr~l ýy'Fad, ·U.I oth artue+' tilro oo" ?'|l :F1X?TEcr- discharge on his amcount ,d 0il`e,'.?" in 8 . irott ihtCherl sa 0 o1 lt? .-Trlor to informt e r¢t u f iUppe I rfP Il [u an uplill rtt, ,oa ir at er tlt?'t'ls ort y. Srr ) d Oh trer. for b. SItrione,- a r Oa ..r, G" lo'bn t r.st, . n Lto E . Co?on :lou st-ret ge, T NR I l copfeg ht o i ormthe cI IC}I' I[ste i maet, it 5lCtnitr toh S "O d ol( n al, .. 'I*PI S h tC e (p 0001. f'to vii. ro en a? f--, the l an oe. r-m r.Td ,l n-I t DIl iTEr. s am t o t_. L Eonf. byf rb . fottf'r ouit o-t .'h "a" to1it .ddi - mH 1Orý (te r;il Bmlil 11 O Ice, : m ei lll r oieR r o i lostb t t - rndla. " t s?' Ihtu t f'ioh trlW0E D 0cEaI I)T TEGIOTNA -OFRICE. ";sr hA ks.S ta. : 1'h" iCrap tE p ol tEu o wil tr e t...?o nt oo fasrtitond tupyiit srEtt^i tiu lWm imms." sq.t ! a her t ao u Id t lot i'at th?*r ttfr ~ itter of stoMin ,1...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

VARIETIES. Dzrr or 3s. ltbcan usmot, Arzsca Ta. voau.s.a.-LI ii with deep regret t;at we have to snoiounce the death or Mr. James Piehrrdson, .le e?tepri.ing Afiicen traveller. This 1SiPln. •hly event- nok place on the 4:h of MsrcIr lat, t?t a surill 'ilG?i enlleil 1Ugimrutuo, cit dvs Isint friii ICnks, Oi- eylital of Bornno. .~vyi . J innFi.rv, he ?er ron irrnpaninin of hi. tl!) ,n, Dr . ltrtlh 1nd "iherw-', arrived at the Irner.e Jl in of Dseaerg?:", when, after re .aining a few diyS they a paate, Dr. flrth procein" l to Lonn, Dr. Ov'rwreg to Gal'r, and ,Ir. Itiebnrdonn talkig tlhi direct route to li&k're t? Ziadu. Thore it wnnli appear lis 1 trenth( began swio t wad nod kWre e' kt ! at.',L' twelve dora distance from Kouka, ha r, serinouly ill, sfferint mluch fromn Lth'e po aira heatof the sun. H:vi:grealeed a !r"?sr coled Kangorns, he hIl.el for threea i sroe feelin, himse:f rather refreslhd he ro "e j h4 journev. After twodaysV more tr avelli, C1 wh ch hi weakneiS S retl...

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THE LAST APPENDIX TO - YANKEE DOODLE." [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

THE LAST APPENDIX TO "rYA?lEE DOODLE." (From Punch ) Yankee Doodle sent to town His goods for exhibition ; Every hoiy ran him do*n, An.ld Luhed at his position: They thou-ht him all the world behi-d; A goney, anf, or noodle; Lan:h on, good peop!e-never mind Says qui.e Yankee Doodle. Charus.--?ankee Doodle, do. Yankee Doodle bad a craft, A rather tidy elil per, And he ehailenged, while they laughed. The Biritishers to whip her. Their whole yacht ejuadron she onta?pd, An I that on their own water; Of all the lot she went ia-head, And they came nowhere arter. Chrans.-Yankee Doodle, &o. O'er Panamn there was a echems Lon. talket of, to pursue a Short ro?ze-wl;heh many thonghtadreaum By Lake Nicanagu?. Joln Bull diensled the plan on foot, With dlow irresolution, Whi:> Yankee Doodle went and pnt It into ezeention. Choreu.-Yankee Doodle, &s. A ateampr of the Collins line, Yankee Do.lle's notion, Has also qtikest cut the brine Across the Atlantic Ocean. And British agents...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

FREIIGHT FOR ,MELBOURyE OR fIOBSON'S BAY. S. ýi E clipper scholner, Ltnr . ROILLrtRD, will re:ura ta Melbourue immediately. For freight or passage apply to t e Captain on board, Pr?izht 15 tper ton. THEATRE ROYAL. GSEONG. Under -s sole mnanagemen of Mr Deering. THIS EVENING, FEB. 18, The performance will commence with the domestic Drama of the RENT DA Y. Grantley................. Mrs Dvi Martin Heywood .. Mr Holloway Toby Heywood........... Mr Shearcroft Old Crumbs .......... Mr Webster Bullfrog ................... Mr Deerlng Hyssop............. Mr Meadows Silver Jack................ Mr asker Stephen ........... Mr Wi son Beanstalk ............... Mr Turner Rachel Heywood...... birs Deerino Polly Briggs ............ Mfrs tubt Ethiopian Serenaling, by fMesri. Holloway and Meadows. Dance.......... Mrs. Stubbs. Song............... Ms WeCt.r. To conclude with the Parce of AN ALARMING SACRIFICE. THURSDAY, FEB. 19, The per o-mance wi!l commence witk Colman's Play of THE IRON CHEST. Sir Ed...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, FEB, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

ABSERACTOFS iES rnY -UJUO W.'ir.isnrY, i'fs. 13. By Carer & t-l ol. I. 1, Shrohlkin. at 12, town and Suir inn LAtd. TuitRsn;Br, FFS. 19. By O''Vrrel! .u:d Son at 12, O't1. Fr.,,Y. FaB 20. By O'Farrell and Sam, at 12 Proirstaf '" Fairview Etatte. \!,?'.n T, Per. 23. By J. G. Carr, aý 12, Land, unilding Society Shares, Furniture. &c. ' UFS&Y, I'F. 24. By J. B. Ifutton and Co., at 12, 1Home, land and f rniture of rs Murray. By O'Farrrll & Son at 12, House, Load, and FurAitire. FaID.I, FEa. 27. By O'Parrell and Son, at 12, Hore,, pigs, drays, &c.

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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. BEFORE His Worship the Mayor, Captain Eyaes, and Captain Addis. HIGHWAY ROBBRRY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

POLICE OFHtICE. T.--SDAr, FEBRsataT 17. BI&on His Worship the Maor, Captain F'ana, and Captain Adldis. TICiSWAT ROS33ST. William Jones, a late importation from Adetaide, stood charged with an attempt at high way robberv on the person of Mr Shedsae Ita?rt, wheelwright of thia town. Mr Roberta stated thHt about II o';lcc on Ulnnday mvrning, he wao pistin; along Cori6 itreer, when the prisoner at the h.r camie t hint tani made at sutl.an grasp at his watch. Ie suc ers'el so far as to draw the watch outsidl of hit Ipcket, ba: the guard to which it was f.atenedl prren.ttil thr cozpletion of the theft. Roberts frther stated that he felt convinced that hal it not tben for the strength of the ,gard he shoa:d bva lost his waeb, and that it was eanire!y owing to that fortunate acrident, and not to tC-e inu's fjr'ioarar3s, that he k*pt poisastion of his fr-rtry. The. pri-ner tated thAt he hadI only very lately arrived from Adetlde, and meeting with a fer friends, he was rather the Fwor...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY [?]AR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

SYT.rx . lout , .. . . . n.. n.A A Irtyerquo it ly o lf wo,,l n. .oun.l its w.. to market this seek, and whiib haj principolly beer. d..posed o', either by oucuo or Ipriv.te sl , I he rate of exeihano. fdeterritg the produceros fron shipli:n eai thrir own acCunt. outwi!':sr. :i iý the god acc.nt; of the aei:'ji. io ,f rhi Njernntr sa!e,, showi't, as tiey do. as adrace o: Lid oa Au-ust. prIe-, buhere oa thi, 'Me I ea,.s :t ; li dh. .i-l* uo an,~ . on t.r re i:s .li.n; g , Iaw o.1 L at Cn b.. e samid a the mar.et i. irta : lt-t wee.'s q:.e-:iou±. Ther ,,-: of the ;.;lA, s h:avo:i tl.oui:ct ?: to ru. s further chanoe aupoa the rate of cr:n:t?s e (tic tto . au ao tS at S :pe cent. diseo:e:t) to a certainert etent accints u.r the saupi.enes ellbie!, but it ,rinciall oaru.c frot a want of co :1I: iti o, oui:lo to w Ilarge a nlmIer of thrie who have il prevIou? vea s bheen Waoi haii O, bh i'ng idevoted their otteotion to the pn-rchL., of gold. The aecoaua:s rep-eetinhg tli?"w ars di.con rg...

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