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FRIARS' CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

FRIARS' CREEK. To. diggings in this locality are in fact drawing to a close. The extreme heat and long drought have exhansted the water of the creek, the chief part of which is entrely dry anl the remainder a macs of stagnant mud. The numbers are thinning daily, not one tithe remains of what there was a month ago, and of this few, the mj',rity meet succumb in another wek., as the yinj.!s are noe conm mrenserate t, the time anwl lah,.rr re l',isie f;r drawing the, at,? twro or three milies to the Lo?ldbn, which iN the crly p::ce where water is found. Sinking to great depths has been e:arriold on with verj partial e:cCesS and in very rare ases with good yialds, along the whole course of the Creek, and on the adjacent lthats, butnumbers of holes have been de serted as krorthleos anter the expenditure of great labour, whiilt the majority have turned oat very indifferently. 1 am of opinion that but little good will be-done before the commencemreut of the rainy season, although it may be ...

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

SYDNEY. A se:w manife tation has ma:de its a;pearaneo at the Sydney Southern di=igs,. Some private property has heen die-overed to be nuriferous, and the agent of the estate, Dr Bell, demanded £5 tar a license in addition to the government :iense. Thisu was uniultahle to the diggings, and they wouhl neither aecept the terms, nor leave the land umnmolented. A public mneting was called; four Lundred diggers attended; and after choJsmsi a Air t. W. fI'nlsk, as their chairman, prom?cile to speechify and denounce the iljustice of persons heing allowed to pos-ess private property, and to do what they will with it. Ti e following are the modest resolutiens which the meeting unlalimonus! adopted: : "l esolved" That this meeting is of opinion that the demand oa Dr Bell, of E5 per month for a claim to sean"h and dig for gold upon that portion of Bell's Flat alleged by him to be pri vate property and over which he claims the riht of acting as agent for the propriet Irs, is rosly unjust, and oh...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

MOUNT"r ALEXAkNDER T'ns followimr is an extract from a letter written by the son of an eod and respectablo resident in George-street, Sydne. : " ielbourne, Jannary 30, 1852. "fyr DcaE FusIx,-- receivre your nelcoae note of date 19th instant, immnl?iatelv on my arricri in to?e from the mines (which I wish I nerer Ihd seen) ; we returned last evening after a star of ten day.a which were the waret ten dara that ever I spent in emy life; I would not go throunh the same a-gin for all the :old in ,Mount Alezauler. t i. wi'thout exceptioe, the lo.-t mi-erabei place under the scn; talk of the Sydune mies--thee are palaces to this pilce; There in enareely water to drink much less to rash the stuff; all the water there is to drink is in a f0-r holes that have been sunk, and a spring which they haiipetild to hit upoen, but whiceh i onlyt flow t". cirtain de-ree; ii al :l these phlces are private. the meat is v.,lking. in the ipn na you nre cookin,, it, but that is not the wors:, you are in dti...

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

F.G LISit NEWS. Br the Adelaide hiceh urrired at Ade laide on the 2nd instant, we have pjp.ro to the 7th November inchlrie. The Qn.eu m?nd ftyal famiily were at 1 indoor in go?d lshejth, Lord PalmerEton had given great offenee to the Northern Ci.urts by w nding them copies of Air Gjlad.ton?o po.nphlet on the horrid cruelties practised by the King of Nsples to hi. 2i0,(O0 political pri(,ners. The btate of alfirA in Slani was rather gloomy. there wan great poilicul d?luoniteil, mnd oesasmtonions were numnerouu, both in the provil.cs and in the eOa.ital. The Times of 6th Nusemilr ine a ciiv article on the pro!oabhe affees nf the C,lifirnan oi?n Anrtra~in gold, it wlinits that there i·fear of dIpreciation, but, Ilanauw' that with cunttr.,et i,' circumiteneme, and eniieldI with th. f?lloSing remlnros:-."'Th promimo fr th, fnoure ri, that while it wili. be l:?atue 1tr personm of w(eth to dad any secure resting p?m.? fir.imilhence, the unveratl mativity that wit ?e called up will fnrni.h c...

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

ADELAIDE. The general opinion in Adelaide is, that in one or at most two months, merchandise and pro duce, now at a discount, will be saleable at excel lent price : that property of all kinds widi be ca:ne valuahle, and that gold and population will Boer in quita as fast as ther hare gone away. Lucky,will be the man who can bring to our marset the first 10,000. worth of nuggeta purchased at 'urt L'hillip prices. His Excellency may aiensider it right to he on the ade bide in pronoun:ci;g an opinion, but we think the dulles of our readers must ?ee that the probabilities are by far the strongest in fror of the gold measure proving the ealvatiun of the coolony, and the means of its arrivino at a higher state of proeperity than it has ever yet experiencel. T''l PulTorFT. C.-We hear great complaints respecting the umscarriage of letters from 31el bourne, and we can teotity that our newspapers have not come to hand with any sort of rego larity, and many are miustig. \We hear that the ,lele...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

POITLLAND. Tan ATroasEr-GEtCstcaL - Ter 3iajeht' Attorney-General, paid the town and distrier, an olicial, thnouh short vivit, on Fril'? last. The confuiion into which the fre?aent olteratio. of the m:.il throws our oilcce on post days, precluded ns from notiing that gentleman's arrival. or pfair.; him the respect which his pr. fedonsl rdarnte, his atiable demeanour, and his o:~cirl position demand. We have reason to believe, lierever. that his visit here was to prepare the way and expedite the business of estahli-hing a circuit .mourt in Portland. A new Jud-o having been appointed, the Legis!ative Council will not he eatisfel onless the extension of judirial ar rangements he shortly made, andeffiecualiy ear ried out. Ta MfArt Rtr 3ffo.-There is another change in the overland maiL After having been altered from the arrangement, ending with the year, it reverted back for a week or two to the old time of arrival and departure. It is now for the tLird time, within the month, l.aek agai...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

S' T V-T .- i K 'ili;ird,. lrnc-, 1, t :, C. J. mrr, mter, f1;om Jn ifalbtau»e. Lk- kDy ,i 1goiiigi-70 -<ska ram, 30 drina ot, I ma., V'.;., i.rs a;; Cf; ioihdl rum, A do. Gih'o. anSi Curl'; -0 bIrrels fflour, 'Order: I ome dmugs, PLi'ton ; I Cas, Shipnusn; 48 s:rindt;::a. Strasmo wn.I -l; T) bS)Ip thi A»erni; t2 hil >>t»rs Bsnnr.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

ns----7------' T-?O O N.--Th e AI ship i! !iO!;t: ,' 7" ?ur p Io ht cr pa .agc , .n 5 ror ta., . . ( l- ORE , C,. srtlCitVESTA .-In Conseqiuenre :l ae ,o sttO', tine vehe o? eelo e 'l i t ire n. i rn hat ll Fe inc t se:d St:rf t ,t i pnl hispt in o I rei sC hac sumdod hr sr.?or- , or tiL- ft er. w.COL the C?:oi ? rf 31fe1bsmde, Jan. s. ia y . APRASIA, STEAMER. plet r betclieen 3Tlbourne and Gee lonq. Tl above steamer leaves the Geelong t'harf fir telhoorre every Mon day Wednesdav, and Friday mornineg, t g o'clotc1 precise!y, returning every ltatday. . IIu?? So Co., Geelong agents. yarra--treeo , Jan. 1, 1852. E " H IE'THAMF:S.'st: amer, i h having completed her repai s, ha- resumed her osu'al ip~,r starting from Geelong on the -tor.,ings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur'da, at half-past 10 a.m., and fm-on i elbourne ot Mon,0day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock, noon, until further notice. Agent. eiongc, Nov 17, 1851, 340 STEtI TO AND FROJM LAUN CESTON. , "CITY OP MEL o- BOURNE "...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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BALLARAT REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

S"B.M.Aur tEVIVEOD.-The scer-ut by the escor;, yesterny, are of the most extraordinary character. The yields ob tiied d-:ring the last few days rival those of Mocunt Alksander in its prime. One Soun man named Stapylton ob taIned no less than trenty pounds weight laztt week, and other parties from fifteen to twenty cunces per day. Oar inform liou is from various reliable coerces, official and non-"cial. One gentleman who yesterday brought don with him thirty poundi rwight, states that it is not a h ere here an there, but almost EVERT war?.s, that they are obtaining extraor dinary yields. In the holes recently opened, they go through the pipe-clay and undar!yicg quartz, when they came upon a layer of gold, extending conti nuously, instead of as above the pipe clay in pockets. It will be seen from the letter cf our Friar's Creek correspon dent, that the first inteliigence has already been received there, and no doubt, ere this, the return tide to Ballarat is in full flow. Of course, as...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

S\ " L UE1LOURXE. SAEItVED. S tpane. sithooer, froim Adlaila. Pawsn "gtrs. Ir Jnhlua. 31r Pnrrtt, Mir Ptrnknrd, iTr lV i!enhahle, Mr !Hath, ro t icent, Mrs lHod, i ad ito in the ateorage. Twins, schooner. from Sydlr. Passengers, 1 Mrs Ham atd threa children, Mr end Mrs Nicholl, aml ten in the sterange. t Ariel, n ehooarm from Launeeston. Pcasna Sgyr, 'jr Wicks ancd two in t;ie steera;e. CLEAb.D OCT. Sea Witch, for Launces: on, in hallast Anna Dixon, for Adelaide. No paoi?en.s. City of Mielhoarne, for Lanncestn. Passen :gr, Mr Wilk., Mra B:aomfield, Mr Emmett, Ur K Seeklorc , and Bfty one in the stosrase. A»ILKO. i- ar?o!. for La.oni?o. Vtien, for Lt.ncestoa. Phanton, for S\dney. Irdus, for Sn ,ny. Pei D.p-a-39 hibs hbear, 57 cscs !i r, 101 pick;ea.. nardware, 9 cases a.go, bale cutton W=i-K:, 2 ses & drn, case filet, 71 ovens and - bilPr 48 bags copper, 15 wooleu houses, Or.er; eas;, eae cheese, 26 hbndles fryina pas i *ss!, 3 baundcs hsnlware. 5 easks ish, 39 cases pickles,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. Monday, 16th February, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 18 February 1852

MELBOURNE. SUP'REME CUURr. 3lonlar, 16th Febrairy, 1852. The fbiloin, prisowr rsaere eJlied ip for jdlo anrd the aeoorncs jn.l.d eltxed to their r,,- t·n. nacrt. : T om a Viia i sn-L reny. Two vrart in. prionmenlt ' tr: hard ll ilar. - Saitator Jnd ci±--Isreenv. Four months' imn prisonmelt with hall diar. C?herire Thornton--Hi ho.r robberr. In. pri?-nm-nt for the term cf two rears .John Ke:v - L3reeny at the D[!gin?'. Thre., year-s'i ha:t abur on the roads ef the Cl]onr. William · ison and Aleixndr Goae;- hi-h?sv mrtherr. Tea rer, 'her.l I:nur on the reads of thi color. atd dourin. the fir? three rear= to b w nrkel in irons. Jde?eH Bole--larmea. Six months' iupri- I aonm?ant wi:h hard ;abour.. John Ra m-lara*i'*. Imprisonment for seven m..nths. .leran-'r ?,?nra-lareein. Two yeara im pri-onment witli hnd labounr. John B rreree-? fering a prisoner ao escape. Inpri.oonment without hard iab:u:r fir too e.ien dar roonths. 'lhomas Simith--lreeny. Sir monr.th. impri sonment with lard iao?!...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

' 'HE OLT)EST ESTAITLISHED DRUIG WARERZOUSE IN SGEELO'NG, C 1s THEl " POTHEOAdIES' IHALL," Y ARRA-STREET, ( ?p(psite tbh Osniel QConnell inn,) WhePr,. .v be obtnped, ibs tde.7reotere I rariwt. y, ,~oa f tJ begEt qu~liti, all kinh of Drue, Irorse aosd C!ttle Medic'n.,, sheep Dressing, Prtent -fedicines. Fano; Goo , Toilet "Requisftes, &ur?'?c! Iinsntrments, c.. &Ce. i OPRISING inri cay go.d s great variety 0f E.ea?nt ct isilet hotle.- silver topp'd ameilina boltle, 5L dis' work esses, work boxes, iilnmi. natetd portftios S 'melnled petls fuor rest matches, in mintatijn of the celebrated Portland Ebon? e?ar cases. i'ntidi ,rtoicshel and bi f hrxs case of toilet bottles ilsaid enamelled glove boxes .V9 et in ocoanut w.,d sand enamelled S hras boxes iormeco money Cases and sovrenies Ph'wer ea'ea ,nd vtarious newv and tnlefnl articlee. Tn articles for the Toilet will e found- " -entleend and Isdies' b.il broshes Nail ihr shes i Taot5 rushes made expre·ly to order, sn d wa...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE BUILDING ACT AT SWAN RIVER. (Swan River Enquirer.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

TIL' BUILD NG' ACGT AT SWA EIVE l. (Sarn River Enq?nirer.) Ir wars jnerally aonidered that t.Je Bui!Jing Act would be most unpoPuarr,a ndr its iccea4o l working almsrt impossible : tb , ernr the most etrannaot oppGoIints ts the rnsaaare ves hot p rePrid to rrnd it n nrirern v's moemnerd or tdicover tehat to rcon ,rter tis lroitirr it -rldd ri ve :ro ettsr, ao letrlisnrment.l to the improvement of the trwn in whith it wa en roredt Alrhongh firomer th rimen e the int ,Irreft of thire Bill was mrnte phnbiie to tirhe p'rnI inhebn it oetasr tilre l.r Of the e,,1rny, tie opi nina of t?re irlrthiranrti of Perth and; itL aiter sOwn w.wa a ain't tbeire .theSrne yet tLey n4i not 'thn, at nrm. perc?iv tihe cttenr to rhichlr it ss!ail dreer thlei interets. TPeyuliew ic .vld i.rrans:. thrdl pitrlito fr onmet r'rinf .rirbtan :bi hIruSe-Lottitri'ng likely to brrcomw n nn?r rent tin tir te r ra-iner-ha ;nnt r It ? nliliJ be mprsrlfr otlrm',nr iamarin' ln rnt wrxCdr'rhrrant reits, to obtailn evoti j...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THURSDAY, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

ABSTRACT OF S LES BY AUC t I'F TucRsomu, FrB. 19. By O'Fartell and Son at 12, Oat-. riy. F Y, FaB. 20. By O'Ftrrell and Sun, at 12 Partinb (;f PFirvi-w tstatp. By J. B Halton & Co, at II, Lemol n Syrup, G?jss. Oil.ian's S;,res, &c,3c. by .. G, Carr, at 11, Drapery, Iron mongery, &c. SATURDAT, FF... 21. By C rve and Dalton, at 12, HJr ei, Carts, and fH- ness. MOsDAY, FPi. 23.. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Laind. 'Fuildi:ng Society Shares. Furniture, &c. By Caiver and Dallon, at 12, Catgo of the Dart. rUFSD.IY, IEB. 24. By J. B. HFl:ton and Co., at 12, House, land and furniinre of rs lurijv. By O'FPrrell & Son at 12, House, L?nd. and Furaiture. FaiIAY, FFB. 27. By O'FTrrell and Son, at 12, Hotses, pigs, drays, &s.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

N-Av.i-tl oF TRiE Xicr?2.-The fl.'wsag _ eorresp. r.denci on the eapbhi'ities of the river I3array for aiiar;gioaa appeared in the last Go vecrmente Gaz.te: |Colond SScre'-r.'i Oie0 , Jan. 15, 1852. H:i Excel-en-y th' Lieonten.tr-G-artcr Ji Se; tea p -ii ti-' of the rfienag letter fur g ndrrd infrmation. ;o mn . rs. ?iss, Co!onial Secretary. MSoarcdee, 23th December, 1l5. . Sir.,-Iz hve the hnnor t ruup t to vn. for ir. formation of iHs rt.f i- !en eyn the Lioanenant Gon'rnor. tih-t I errird here a short tinfm eineI Sfrom? Stln-, h the orerl:mnd rnoue. Admn as I I hul trailK n alone the hblks of thE ?l'rnm bi,:A- tc it; .j,!crrin irh the 1In."-n.T I ha.l frelc.ý t op-.ira;,i:i' of ascOrtoaiiing the na' S-'ai caCPab;i;i.i oft tho'Ce rier-', aL- of the ! pridctireupeS of Lthe land nljpeant t;ereio: O,3t onlr br m own l oberaetion, lu!t by information onhtainl frmn the sqtatters in those citriers. L ail. therefir, t:owr vecntre to nmake a fr- re ianrk on the saljeet-In the c!trr.nbhi-l...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

VARIETIES. Acrw Waieos or Wcs .--'" At this season of the year," as the avrtisem.,nos and puffing pa;agraphs hbve it, we feel iL a duty to givre the oroi - litnle edvice upon wines, and if we, cannot t;1 tl;em iexetly what tr drink,. or what to bhu w. atl at least inform thelm lwhatr to anoil. He therlofre offer the foll.,win hints:--l. When -oun IC ie w e dvortised as "anm reee-nt wine to lhy dow," hro ure it is not wort; picking unp. 9. When. rou rend if a wi:ie that is {?eerhed as " fnil of Indl," yon marr ciolle that it is half n:irit. 3. i'hr, you hfar of a wine heiag par p/rtieslarly "ranV" you may set ,t doew as cue. 4. When you area elti to purhase a fine o.d slherryv with a nntly flrecur, the notion of tie nut asy sou.,~t the tlhs of whit is commonlr termaed a cracker. 5. When ayou reau of a wine with mur h aree?ing, you may fairly say"buzn !" : -Punch. The Ws\Vhington Pepblie, referring to the oaffirdsf Caubh,c ati t, Enllnl thalt :the first c!how f ,i i~h inter'enoi, sill...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

VAN DIEJ!EN'S .AN. Ter NEw CoLOe:L. SCcn.otoC.-- 3r Hen:rY Samuel Ct manlm is a tle!almler of the Mlidlle Temp!.., coal wvoe ~alte to tile Hlar in Trinitv Term, 1840. toe immetdiidtad j, ined the Nor thorn Ciienit and West iltling Sessions, where he at once vecureal a ml!erate practice. lie car!v took a stren.. intereot in the co!onization?, first, of Sot.h Australia, aid subs?euantl' of Xciv ZP.eland, taking an active part in the dis crssions of the day. In 1S43, hIe w?~ selectcl hy Lordl Stan!ey to?ill tli office of Ju.,l of the 0mpreme Court of N\r Zealand (to in s-tatined at Wellia'ton). t e dmltiea of which he has ever .h:ue p rt rme|. In 1835 he nars one of th'Aes sistant lanl-lcom Ceomnisiorner, and hit rparn t was favor:al ly nhtical in tihe tloue if Commono. imI'e h, bten a o'ntrihat,, t, the Icdnt, Briitish anid Forei.~n anld \estmntster Re.ewsq, chitflr, though not_ exc!usively, on sulojeta of Poitica?l E-onomv ; and he is the anuthor of se?rnl ar ide.!es in the last edit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

GOLD. OLD purChised by the under Ssign d:. JairEs AusTIn. GOLD. I 1 B. HUTTON & Co.. , Ants for Ithe sale of GOLD, gei~deby Fbic .auction or pri5vte : " 560 ; GOLD. . UidersIgned is a pURCHASER 'f Gold. SILAS HARDING. arket-squlre, Geelong. 35 --- GOLD. Ei Undersigued is a Purchaser of Gold. pATERSON, Kardinia-street. . OLD. Act-i \N & Co. are purchasers of in , i20th Ozober, IS5l. 106 EGOLD. Ia E undersigned will purchase or ayrrce on GOLD. RIcHDsn Grnas. -OLD AGENTS !! t-.UiiBgS & SON earantee to procure Sbhe highest price for the Diggers. At their Rooms, Queen-street, oppo7 ._ the Union Bank. r, Allh hours of the day. 186 GOLD. Tei E undersigned u a purchaser of. Go! sfor cash. R. C??ana, Jeweller. O.;.D's Buaildingfs , larkt-square e Geelong. 406 GOLD. rpEundersignedarepurcha'ersof Gold S?at the highet market price. ROErr Romauon & Go. Ilooraboul-street, Jan. 21, 1852. N(JLD. rsIIE uodersigned is a CAst purchace. I of a: y quantity, from a quar er...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. By the latest aceunts resaived from this colora, it sill ! seen that war continues to rage I withri the aett!edt distrIcts. The Governor h-d written homrne for reinforce- i meats to tie aemoant of 10,000 men. We suhjoin a few extract, givinig the latest news fen the seat of oar. It a'l! be seen hr the followina that the ex pjlItiir. over the Ke?i has left heau qa-tare. The o!!b.nt of thi; very .large strl is :,!s-rstood to he the capiture of eattle; andi there are to lass than six lientenant-coa,:nel emplr,-d in the exeurlozn. There is also, it ti sai, a :rain of some 120 wagon, which wail probahh reqnire the oh,!e ef the lit:!e a.--r to rartd. if nattaked,. or the~re mare be a secn?,l Earn's H.i; h ::Air. In the etr;imr. it is the durw nf the joarnai:ts i to steey that .acoma, with li hrles of \snens ad his.atd i r -h . :iont n ?t s t an, .a . s ewver i? Woteatk!.f. fr,'m .Si,., he h:ts not bha -n sreieLed tet 3iriJon noder hMaj,,r-Gone rid Somerset; tha r-enl ca...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

f)NEY. TF Tra.re.--Th.- acounts from this ?so.. fie,! are err 'ytshrt.ni~:, :, rho la,,baor of mtanr in pn-parsao to work "heir bel cla;ms has heen throw?n awaiv at a great serificee of time, money, lab;ir, and lhe,.th. Mi;,v ae reruced to wanr,; ansd ,nttil the river :lds, which will not be for four or ise weeks, erplooment cannot be rea~ivl obta.it.J, ran! we fear :he eoneqelnes. Dyrntery i still very prsEalent, and there hbas teen a funeral Ceere dar for the la-t fortnight. The Rev. MIr. Pammer is indefatigabe in hisex ertio, sladmit:isterig not only to the spiritnal buth also to the temnporl wants of the people. His dwellt, as we are informed, consists of two very small ·-t.hhnitt apOrtments; yet ha LS iven up one of them to the oeparion of a poor ran in the last stae? of dnsenterv, ard he is ntweariel in his visits to the ick and 3ofllcted. Ten feleoo ,~,L FtELD.-ThIe fUlloeing ia an 'tracet from a- letter written by hMr. William Blshnkman, of Madee. to a mera?ud" holuue in nda...

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