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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

, - -- *-- · B~V GUiLONO. aArua. .I-L.rt, brt. 136 i tn., 1. an s-am, master; , hr.n Ilaist' Torn. P.>saitszrs " rai t) --.tr I A Dt rz, [rs Leowis and childt, Sr 'stilltm talton, Mr-; Dalton atd hiil., ,Mr SolAo z aou K-Ittlety. Mr eurg .a n.>a2. Mr Rnis. TMr G -n'!* r andl niSnetn tl'he '.saeO. '.nirer at.l | \ 'it., »inti t§I?rOIS. - TcPr z)irt itr-ashia;-Q! r \it a hosln linl. r'mm n Swv Y,-rk-)-25i kegfi tolnaco, 30 ldozer S" brtoomm, 10 h=rr'<; apps.p!es, 1l dozn pilk It S es-s (tuhcls tO eis srnup, 1 cassei chairs. 2 SIt-reimos ittr, I)0 onIw citla jthe p e, cask ' iree. Orper; 3 csa.s slalmon, 29 Ibixes leinsn srtp, 7 rac c hsr. ch 2 toies cta.li{,fe. ,5 S;le t atob, Gt.er a.rr . Wolir. S!ipel '.;at HI S Tar Towrn-11 hhdi ra;r.a, 1 ado lo. 2 h4al tihr,'e i bALreO, 2 ca'e clotlii, 2 sets ? l"ranass, rshe-t ,,ots anl shtes, water eart, 3 drays, sprin, S art, 2 wthelts b.ms onions, ma-re, 2 cases slops. .3ke butterr, 6 cses chie.e e'4sep i appli-. .htston, 3 pl...

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

p ij j N.-iThie A ship LAo fe nel htfra?runjuC CC to r. Oth tl. COsp. E'.eroulon wtIl ~:Wo:;:" . tOhoo', E er Ctrt " ? TA ? -rCornse""en"e o. rrA2 i olE t O lE?R ne:; ¢w"? M::bourn, an.'? Gee !ony. C .' the A GeroetO?to te:?"'? ? y'? B. H ertro & Co., S toc? . Nre !Ct, J e. I, n e52. i " poavnl complet e her I C,,-e. tusr ems'is, hawle sume .tfretler $,' rm?s, .,tartirg from Geelong on the ' *,rCs '-'-t TudSd oory a thalf-pas~ 10 a~m., anW.fCom d'.y 1-v''ock noon, unil fu-the &pTl6A~l. ~STA. Sr. Agent. ': .:g, 2f; tt , t61. c 40 I *IL on:Ir ierlpJpin Ulersval Fri2.e Gtng ,' TO ANiD FRday LAUo..- I' ' he: tCips s usual--r eavring Me ri '. will r, !;s up as adveouLsed toi Cr.!ea tions, -t having been repre- : a::*d , oltdi.appointment to many hould n?e?ot k,,?p her usust regularity., . . c'M.onaz Wone Co-E. arc nil. .th, 1851. on 133n t I FOR LONDON. . hoad is pr obson' Bay. . 9::..' f HE Splendid A 1 ihip 7 tns register, Wim c-l* *t. 3 , .811.~R r - rio.. 'i La0ton, o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. (Before Captain Fyans and J. G. M-Millan. Esquire.) INSUBORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. (Bi)ri C.pt-i; FyP.ns ant J. G. '-fillx.: E-qaire.) ,SSaUREDiSTATiO)t. J-idi tioer -toere.l befrom the Dlstrict ijtnch ato .crwr the cr.piiint of 3r DIavi Loist PetLive;, of Wa3urr lunids, fjr ne Let rf ,l;.tr, d fis:so;ier,-e of or-lsr, anl ih::-,n hirm. SMr Pei.arel stbted, that, 0o Friday Lit, the dAfe-laint, who is his hired serernt, asked leavz to _-o to to.n. The next day, Saturday, he was told that he coaul not be spared th.it day, a; they were verr bauv stacking cern, but thit if he ioaldi wpit till M'Iondy ha eoc!'l go. Not withf-tanrin- thii, Wilner tartal off on Biuliajy mouing, and when he returned in hie evening ha was ,rank atd very abuhsie. Ttl Bench were of opianio ti - d'flnd:oi' carduct in leavinx the fsrm without permistion rlar;in, he harvt't uas highly ia.proer, aIn ord-red Wii,.r to forfeit 20-; r r ; h.:i; ies, andi p vy tth co;ts of rth 6,at. Jp·ce'I ThersoT, a re-pact-ble I'I ing =r,. ep;eired ieo-ro the Corrt, to ctii the u;U 1 t SE2e Os b1, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

TiE step taken by the Governor of South istiralii is a bold ene, especially as it is one in direct opposition to the polic ' his brother Governor?. Governors b?itz Roy and Ia Trrbe hare studiously excludel the legisiature. from any share in the r.gulation ( f the g .ld-filds and ,oldf trade: while Governor Young htally called his Coiueil together, and r4, them to pass an Act for establishing *n Asary Office- and, making gold bars a Ir'- tWeider. If one govcrnor -an so far ex eced the strict lecter of his instructions in a imater of such delicacy as the car reaey, surely there can be no great ditifruty in the governor of an adjoin ing colony seeking the advice of the Legislatre in a matter affecting only the miintenance of [.aee and e>od order! i - - -- Tas C*.uaton--The following prbiners in then Gal at Geeong, will be tried at the Crimi naLE ~sono. ocmmaonicg to-morrow:- Charles Les, horse steaiin;: Robert Hanrer riitto; WFm Wison, stealing cheqeno; Grreor Brown, brreny; JenoEa ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 19 February 1852

FREIGHT FOR MELBOURNAE OR IHOBSONS BA Y. .. rE t4' chipper ;chc?.ner, LaIr * i . R.OIILL.l-D, will return to AMelbourti. inrte.!iately. Fir freight or passage apply to t e Captain on board. P-re;iht 15< per ton.. TE EA TE R 0 YA L, AIELLONG. Under teh sole management Af Mr Deerino. THIS EVENING, FEB. 19, The pr on-ince will ciommence with Col,?tin's Play of THE IROY CHEST. Sir Erdwj~i d Z.rrti.n-r.... Itr hbearcroft Wilf ....... Mr Decring Other cl;.raciirs supported by the entire strength of the company. Serenading, by Messrs Hollwray aind Meadows. Dance............ A1 sStubbs. Song .................... rs Web-ter To cinclude with the lanchable Farce of THE SECRET. Mr Dupins.............. Mr tIolloway Valer.......... Mr Shearcroft fuss.s............ ........Mr Hasker Prte~......... Mr T'rtrer ecile ..................... rs Stubbs Angehca ........... Mnr Davis Rnxei.. 4-; Pit, 2s Daors open at hilf-pat seve pertr, perir nce commence at eight o'clock. TO BE SOLD. TH K.-ASH...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY, FEB, 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

ABSTRACT OF .S: KS 'fi ULr L.S I FaIDAY, FEB. S0. By O'P-rrell and Son, at 12 Porlious of Pairvirw Estate. By J. B Hutton & Co. at , Lemon Syrup, Glass. Oilman's Stores, &c,&c. Si.TURn.Vi, P. 21. By I. G, Carr, at It, Srick Cttage ; at 12, Drapery, Ironmaugery, &c. By C rver and Dalton, ar It, Sbi lesi &c.; at 12, H~r-es, Carts, and H.ir ness. MOSDna, FEP. 23. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Laud, Ruildiing SSociety Shares, Furoiturr, &c. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the Dart. 'UnsoDIr, Fip. 24. By J. r. lnton and Co.,,at 12, Rout, land and furniture of • r inrrav. By O 'Prrr I & Son at 12,- House Land, and Furi.iture. FarnAT, Fs, 27. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Ilorsrs, pigs, drays, &c. I B MON DAY IST , MARCH SBy J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Allo itrernrs.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

HouA L Tows, 6T FaearnA.-l-Wheat re mains at 5o per bushel. uats t 6s per ditto, and flour at £17 per roa. Best bread 4d the 21b loaf Colonial butter and cheese no minal. LAuscziro , i4 FsEatuaT.--The market is still very dull. Fine four may be quoted at £13 l0sper ton; wheat 5s 3d per ba?hel; cats, (asmre) 6s; barley, none; hay. £2 per ton bread, 84 per 4tba loaf; fresh hatter. Is 6d potted ditte, 164; Meat. Ret.ii price; beef, 44 per lb ; mutton, by the sie> or caresce, 2Sd per Ib; fore quarter. 2! 1, hind ditto. 3d; lambs, On 3d per quarter.-Examiner

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

SYDNEY. Tae Painu TAL.row.-In the list of prizes awarded to exhibitors of colonial produce at the Great Exhibition in London, we find the follow ing:-"To Messrg. Moess, Son, and D.air, a prize for tellow, the priduce of New Simth Wales," We are informed that this tallow was rendered at the " Argyle Steam Biling-rowan Establishment," Gonlburn, belonging to AMesrs. Beljamin & Moses, and couristed of one cask mntton, and one cask beef tallow. Darine the proceedings in the Police Ofice vesterday, Mr Stubls, Inspector of Nuisances, entered the court, when D DDonugla rose, and s; oke as follows:-" Mr Stubbs, I have to inform yon that a dela dor has Izen lring opposite to Mr Houtosa's house, in Pitt-,tret. It hba been lying there three dayv." Police ali.etrate: "Mr 5:nbbs, I have to infirm you tht twenty dead eats are rlin in Pitt-treet, dlso." A. voice in the crow:-" Yes, and there he a dead cat lying in Kin-street, near Elizabeth Btreet, so there be." Mr Smtbbl waited to hear no ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

VAN DIEIIEN'S L ND. 3rtarn-PLL RHiL.- Tbhn mont rornM- pin -ohinci -traot prtetion, hoe now een diaspoor ,f-at thIe hstinga and in thB chamber. Tl r abjeit nextin importanceat the prenentmomenn it nont the otimitee for the raor, but the cet cea'qion if foil root ipal authority to the inua hitants of the two principal towot. Whorpre~r views iny he, ni.Tot, ed at lnhnoo i afl, iii LnnnrIsitan att one nlop'aio prevai-. fbi inbl~iotart. ink for rnancidr ci pnwtr in a' fill eptent, and they Cvi arer'-,t nothi-lp Iai, 'ihran e'n ha no rn'aoo n ihy the rnqni. rt, hint ao lee enneedeal, nee thoe whin makhe r ratimorl demand 'iii hove to 'in tie fnlnd, n', .haev o:ly ron ocer fSan foilura. 'ine enolneil ahoilaol io aidaiiovl with all asailablao uaa!iaaaatal land. 'ELa Will in a eq;ivalent for the disproportionate amronot of gr:eral rev nre a:lreadv expended in Hobart :,:wn* , andt tf ll r short of whaltn iil le required 'fo- ' iar v'anents hero. tai to ask that the e;tv anhcrities should snu...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

(From the Penang Gazette.! CALcIrrzA.--The arrival of the otesmer Sin. gsfotre has put us in receipt of our files to the 6th October. Reports the unusually hot weather experienceds in Caletnta up to the present date: the rains have not as yet set in, and sickness continues to make its appearance. The great excitemente at the Presidency is the final formation of a new steam company for the navigation of theR.ataor Seas. Great benefit is expected to resl from competition with the prsent steam navigation. NarPin Sing and other state prinoner , had arrived at the Presidency, whose fias! deotination is either Penang or Singap.re. The Gc)nrnor General and the 3larchioness have kindly taken the patronage or the native fenmale institution founded by thelate Hon. 3fr. Bethnue, and will also look after its interests. A mretiin of ship lasters and Captains in the port had been .convened fLr tb* purpose off taking Into consideration the most eligible anx.de of checking the practice of desertion...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

WESTERN AUSTiRi.iX. This eslono, a getlenman ltely r -turn! fi:n thence reports to us, wair up to the Ist lecm:n her last, steadily progressing to a state of pro, periiv. The Horme Government expenditure was disbunrsing to alarg eamunt in cerryino out ,various improrveamer's, more especially ai the port of Fremantle, where a tro Comntissarast of great magnitude was in p. -greus of erectitn. The o?tiues were shout comploti d and t n - Ihe eupied by the officials, who Here to more fi,w I Perth. alany of the citizens of Perth fe-td from report that thosee.t of Government weu!d also bt transferred to the Port, anod a depuat:iou i has waited on the Goveroor, who quietel tlcir apprehensions by stating it was withlot for:la. tion. The Commissariat is to be a hand-?me building of four wings, designed by -optrini itenderso:, R.E., Comptro:.-r-General of Pri soners, an ener etic and "goa-head" otcer. A brid.e was also to be thrown across the Sranr. a mile from the Port, to en. ect a new road ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

i . if ,-C the Lreg:irer of Victoria i' -n.'ry nobt called together for the trans ALIi eti.n of business before the mnuldle of ;T~ O,-, we trust that they are individually ip:rparing for the do.asion of the im . .rtant measures which the welfare of ,'! e ony will require to he then f'.' ii:it forward. Among these will be ni;;?h-c re-isiwn of the :rriff. M'st of the h..Tm.-s are pledgcd to do il in their . t.,'ve'r tc remove :f:e obno-ioms inter i Ii.'.a.i, l t es, the oppressireneis of ? - r;,icbh ii felt quite as much in the other :-'".:".:i*s .s here, and the repeal of which S. I? . raelitate by the disznssion now ing;.? oni in ithe Tasmanian Legislature. ! e .st vt the rOmoral of the inter-colonial e'ri. ' rf·'in.c, tl e most, important reform S. t s e ton of Customt ' duties , .,.-;, i.e -Pte adoption of fixed in ; - i rof :vi valorem rates, and the ! ,.!.;:in ,o' a few leading articles S r',i '.-icn. The tariff recommended ;: 'r T:as!:mnis is very Eimple, although . : tii the l...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREAT EXHIBITION. — AUSTRALIAN PRIZES. (London Correspondent of Sydney Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

GREAT F.XMHLBTIO) . - AUSTR.+LIAN PRIZES. (Lmn'on Clrreorollllnt of SvI h v HfroJd.) Prom tCi Ionx lot as paho lit M l I the Gfzcxctc, of thn.e contrihotors to thoe 3rent Exhihiton to whoon medils hare horn oanleld, or of aoaoo "iononur.&b merntion" hj, b<:. mrl. l b rlyr .Turier, I takF -.h f'onin' n irr r 'eontrvt on'orto'E l it ~oiur co'irip . I jorjoul ,omok Lhlst I h- nmods awIuror'I a.L oftwo snrto-wh- t s cullhl "thoe Conrwil medal," gran 'i for en cblionIc of invrention end 'r rho prize medal:, rur nuporier shill in wa;;mnarohip or artistic do. ton, and qzflloooe. of pnrodutio. Compare. tirely few Con cil medils have been awarded, and tihe rle unnon which their appmopriation hba been founlod would of colurse render theIn i: appropriate to eclo.istl contributors ieneraily. You will therefore not I e surpriasl to iold lo Council u.dssa allotted to oay Auntraliau e ,onset;. Prins MIedw.-To Mfesrs. Graham and Hallett, S.a b Acusialio , for specilmenl of co;.pe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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TASMANIAN TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

T.SI\ANIAN TARlTF'. lterp?. fromr the S,.i;v. C.ý?,lnilttee on the Tariff aItac.wl o the iC'lr?s: ' ill, etrt ti:eTrirt lropt.osal hty the hir.oxiabe membr for lobairt Too n. The Selet Comrnittc-r of ri Legislative Conn cil appointed on the 22nd! January, 1852, for the purpose of tsi?in intoi rinideration the Tariff i;tached to the Citomas' Bill, and als the tariff proipoed by the bonrnable member fir Ilobirt SiTo n, with the view cf aseertaiinig the fainret and moi convenient mr!a of raiing an ade quate Cu;tom' revenae, have agred to the fu! lowing report:- In considering the best mode of raisint a Irevernu from Crstomri duties, your Committee have been influenced by a de.ire to aecura an smple amaount of revenue for the public service, airmpileity in its collection, feedom to our inter conlonial trade, and an eqnilable diotribution of t&%tirn en all classft of the conrnurtrv. To enable them to active at correet concln sions on thrae subjects, it was dreemiel dti,-ale to ob...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

GOLD CIRCULAR. The predeins metal has not hitherto ohtainel its fair and legitimate vslne in 3elbourne, which mar hi attribu'ed to the want of large buyer, ont[ the snppo.ition that a considerable quantity of baser metal was mixzL with it. The pest week, however, bIs brought several exteupive orders into our market, ?ni the value has been materially increased by the inteiligence which has raeched us from Enland? that Australian gull hadt been foand of pmer quality than standard. D?,ing the preceding week the price had been stead; at £3, and it opened on Mlonday at that rate, t oon roeee to 31 I,; in the middle of the week it was 31 2s, and in the latter end it had reched 31 3a; at a?ction a few choica samples fetched even rather hlgherrrates. There is no immediate preepect of the market declin leg ; there are still several laaie unvers who di not appear. and the demand '?eing Hrisk, and ,ellers unwilling to realice. little buhinees was done on Satnular. Until the present crders am e...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED DRUG WAREHOUSE IN GEELOYG, Is TF. " APOTHECARTES' HALL," S YARRA-STRERT, "(Opposite the Daniel O Connell Inn.) Wtere a alr be obtained. in the areatest variety, and of thir' best quality, all inde of Drugs, Horse and Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dressing. Patent Medicines. Fancy Go~s, Toilet Requisites, Surqical Instruments &c., tc, <tOMPRISINGS in fancy goods a great ' variety of Elegant cnt toilt bottles, silver topp'd smelling hottles Ladies' work eases, work boxes, illumi nated portfolios Enamelled rets for vesta matches, in imitation of the celebrated Portland vase Ebony card cases, inlaid tortoiseshell and braas cases of toilet bottles Inlaid enamelled ,glove boxes Vestas in rocoanut wood and enamelled brass boxes Morocco money cases and sonvenirs Flower rases And various new and tastefl articles. In articles for the Toilet will be found ',entlemen and ladies' hair brushes Nail brushes Tooth brushes made expressly to order, and warranted Cl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GRELONG CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

GREtT.G CRCrtt COrRT -Among the legal profesion, some doubts have sprung up respect ingthe prersnt sittings of the Circait Conrt at Geeloen. E? some oversnigt or another, the Crsuir, Couri for thi, district has not been rom ,iaimed since the creation of a fapretme Co rt f)rthe co!onvof Victors, m;si the consequent abolition of the Surrnme Conrt of New South WIale for thu colons of Port Phtilir-cn in f?rmahtyv which ma. prove rather di en!t to get overP bIt ca hire not examined th, soh jcct oo as to b able to nffer orr vhciovt: n ?;n r? GCor.oto rr Pt:c Forac -Appltestions from in?.iridnIs dcsir-ns of joiuing this establishment -;lt be entertainod hr the Polie 3lagi~rate, Fo'er Fno, Eqil. The pay is Gi per diem, w-th the proFert of ion early advarce. .anrvrit or FaEsn T?oPs.--The barqne Frnnee, arrivedon Toueday from uobSrt Town, brought with bor 135 of i 31L pensioners, under the comsmand of Captain Blamire, of the 97th segiment.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

SIM BOURNE. Laxn Sr.e.--Yesterday's Gacstte roitain mnounrementa of two land sales, for 17th and - 8th of Marcb, comprising II lts in Melbourne, upset price 300O per acre: 6 at William's lown, upset price 50? per acre; I at it arrin- I gal, upset price 81. per acre; 10- at Kvoeton, pset price . per acre; 3 at Gibourne,upset price 6S, per acre; 10 at Kilmore, rpsee price Si. per acre; 33 at MaImechury, upset price 81. per acre; 8 at Lexton, upset price St. per acre; ; -at C-riabrooke, upset price8SL peracre; 10 st Woodend, upset price 8. peracre. Second day : s lIots County Bourke, aset price 11 per amre; 2 Inta in connty nnnamel, upset price 2. per aee; 3 lors in Baurke, upset price 11. l0s. per acre; 7 in Morninagon, upset price 21. peracre; 9 in 3lrnin?ton, upset price 11. IO per acre; 12 in Mornington, upset price, I1. per acre. AresriosnErs. -l-is Excellervj the Lien tenant-Governor has been pleasedu to appoint Charles Ferguon, Esq., to be harbour master at William's Town, vice ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

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Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE OFFICE. Thursday, February, 19, 1852 BEFORE His Worship the Mayor, Foster Fyan[?]Esq, and Captain Addis. OBECENE LAEGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. 'tburwlny, February, 19, 1e52. Barcen lis Wocehip the May~or, Fester Fyan Esq., and Captin Adis. GtCUECi LOANCAGE. 3rary~rohnstun was plared beFore the siding me Gtraet, cbar a1l by the Chief Corr ahbI wi. mawking use of most ai oo;igable lanhpsge In the iireets, on Wed neehq Iight. The woman almittedi tihe offcjce, but pIki1cd hard for ftrtzrencos. Thue Bteh, htooaar, ware ni.orote, and rrlered her to hey a fine of £5, er rbo monrthe impr~isonment. John M'tixir.eon wan rent Etargel with u~ing onbrene langra;e at tihe dolr oC tli Tbeatrr, on l\ elneonvever'tig. lie was miure twnrmlv-Hra iiiilii go, or fme-aen D`L nSriAtC Frot-jARS. Artirur fiiriiruin, a lti of ebitut eighteen. wet burormmrt Letrre iht Poiiiee Magistrate, ether"e Kith Erirg a latriel ptastl in tihe prblic-sttrcet., .!nt Oeim~rcar last. In apferrarl by tho rd. eaIIsnt'j ntatcnitnt that a Iried' of mit asked htm to tnrehase a pistol. adl with a view ci trying Itef~rr t ricing, he is hbar 'ol it iio tih a...

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