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THE MITTA MITTA GOLD FIELD. Talangatta, Mitta Mitta. 14th February, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

THE MITTA IITTA GOLD FIELD. Talaugatta, Mlitta Mitta, 14th February, 1852. Si,--In the Argos of the 9th instant, under the article "Meibourne Gold Circular"' I ob serve it stated that "The 3Mitts 3Citta Gold field, another of our new discoreries, is spoken of favourable, ,&." For the information of those parties who might be indneed hy the above statement to proevi thither, it is hut fair to mention that hitherto the 31Mitt fitta gold field has proved a complete failure. From information derived from difiereat parties who have visited that loeslity, it ap paru that gold does exist; ht not in su?i rient quantity to remnnerate the di germ. 1ll who have been there are now en nrote to Mount Alexander. I have Teen informed that considerable excitement prevails or did prevaii, in Sydney about the Mitts gidd field, and that ntumers are now proceeding thither via Twofold Bt., MLoneroo, and Omeo; they will meet with disappointment. I lave been indCeed to ferward you this statmernt, a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY, FEB 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

FOR SYDNEY D?IRECT. To Sail on Monday, the 23,'d insidt. ~ S 1HS fi e brhrntine sacooner .l MARGARET anI IlA.RY', 125 tons, (thrles Curry, Mister. Fo' freight or pF'asge, aIpiy to tie captain on board. Ca. ir- CuaBv. FREIGHT FOI MI'LBOIIRNVS OR HOBS'L 'v ' A T. - . rt .E clippe, "chooner, Ln)vY ' At! 1 RoBlLLt..n, will reurn to MUeql,urln immediatel. For freight or paisage apply to t e C'a'ptain ot0n hard. Fieight 15i per ton. TO SHiIPPERS OF GOLD. ".lHE V NGUARD nha Mi cumpiied her loading, is n.m- rr.r" to re ceive goldi. Laptain (Grwovu" w II be. oni ihore d.ily at the off-e of 'Wesgareb, Itoss & Co.. fir the prpmre of cin ig he .i.ld .'.,ighl-d i.,r .h rment . \h;,rf, 9 1h Fel.., i"52. :i OVvCvIi, ,;,LiLL -''Ti lj tndr I oy irimt wlln wlw l' Atiwr iftR . l)a'OPEj!. m'tis & :C. Srhi.r ti mrin r. 01 a 4, . 4.T0 of'he 4 r tL" sle ,' r Rns it -r, i. rM -riv,'.-ra OLr. srmaa- CA. la aLdI. Ded~ 4 o-rjý}t:iI. of THIS EVENINQ$ PE{;. 3t Thle per imanaujce willth cornmenee...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PUBLIC SAFETY. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

PUBLIC SAFUT Y. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertier and Intdligencer Sit,-lt is a fact not to be dispa'ed, that more danger is to be appreheodad by a person venter ing out after "un-down" in this town, than from the perils of the "great deep" on a voyage from England ! I am anything but a "nervos mas" to be alarmed at shadow.. and until I had substantial proof a night or two ago that the safest side of a man's house is the inside, I really smiled at the crave asurancee of others of their bemtu canoe for fear. I am at length satisfied that a "hbull do?" in your pocket and onelr two stot carts at yonr heels, are essentials toa safe walk through our streets on business or pleasure. And uan this be in a chief town of a ooany under the " protection of the British ltae ?' Yet, to use a colonial phrase, "it is so !" I do not intend to "spin a Tang yarn," but at once submit the question, is there a remedy for the erying evin! That it admits of one, to me is clear, and whether a person or...

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

ýi-'-t ýe -~litt; fa! C.rrr t"'e -arc `9 -Henry ':"2tcir, b tt V~tr. $4 w T hh. .Jahn idIio;' muster. fron a .kb rt ?+ "Trc H ý r.!. ri~p 1 riY~rL- its frT~tij .. ul +; i bbIt r t1. t hhd + to ?c, 5a res O'ine't. 103 frnr lu R .nr, 6.000 feet- timtber, 3,500 p uinao 1.,13 i,, .t a, i C~$ Thrter, I kegjxi, 1 l.t r nrt. 50 ^ef tirci's, 1o mfVai, 105 u3 Irf , -ee lrerc, I rae er rfurneri,, 1 cae *'ea papere (Mier.

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

Oý I 0 DO N.-TIe ~Al ship tIor Jat I, 1852 (; t?[.yl. ,h':' nnrrac lnrhnmtder, has mod HrSIAn'"t g :o : s. o frht er g.sO OP tin Oetwe MlOF eGOLD.-Tie . ,oTI ntHs. "a?nP dllrs!tive y thr1 on the a:.c.e ,n tiifl hl amtteek, the purnYpo of teeing ? ?InJIG R VEST - Consequence Std'e?io , and Ltr rren atlon oa the o-lre is herein hs onl that tsi Freight rd '?rr -otre a oit pr'?- vo to shtprment to tfel * a rd ill notHbe anS.'sta'e rteng let hot he nots'r hotamGdl or Il nge after GetrE tnded on the ;,'n Oeoch or O. W'. COLE. ornins o, 3Tedayne, Jan. 3. trd2. ApHRASIA, STEAMER. bpl btdne en MIdbouarne and Gee long. lg g abhore stamer leaves the Oeelong i vlarf fn,r belthourne every Mon ,We, I'desdat, itd Friday mornings, ;tg o 'clck prerielyc , returning every :uzrnate day Jo . B. ?lrnnos Co., Geelong agents. yarra-slreet, Jan. 1, 1852. T HETHAMES.'st-Ramer, O having completed her . - reral s, ha' resumed her oselrrips, starting from Geelong on the ,ornings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur...

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

SI<N EK.LBORX SVirr. harq.', 40tJ Otlt. trown. from Leid, ' v AJelaide. Pnawn~.rt-3ir anl Mr? Amns n 1r,' etim-. GduoIliuhe.i. Whi{;rn,, Tinline. .- T er. and Or, sraI nd.e heU-Jcad In mhe steer ; C1TWoe JanTsA. s'.h, 729 tons, lArrerre, - om -'ineJale. P,,enC*rs--3Tr a'n, rs Fo-i L.-I .4n.d fs-.dyM. l1r a:,A 3rs lIntchintson, Mr :,S .ni M.sl.is. f r GncdlfreT sr!i fmil". Miss : ':snlr. Or Go«a, Dr 31imCre. ITr ai<I Mr" .ChApmin. Mr rl ,ts J.amw-s, and t.ree bulin-IrI .r ., r F in the sttrage. S Zehr.b a-.lnesr,e. from nlhart Tnon. Ps S'r-i, - s-or. Ilti t kE?., iohbard, Se?. n,' •? .-' FO.3 O . . Y.i, !i"-nag, and t?irre: in 1te i?hcrs r.e. . nr . I.d . for hi.rtv . PasE.r gers '<erl. WrSSth- ! a*id Shaer. l? , - ' r H8, krt Tawn. in bcallst. No pas - li*m. ft;r tL5netiers. ,i rs-sn''rs. E, f-Pre Treer, f4 I btort Town. No pra !: a rmar. fior ^!ton. Pa.1serngers-;r. ;' A ?, for h Af-li', in bsllit. Ptsi?"rs - .,T;-r vfr Pil t iun th. steera,. :i a^ ...

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LOSS OF THE IRON STEAMER THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 20 February 1852

I.Os OF TIlE lE0Ž %TE IEI1 TIlAlEF., '-s r'tell o ;held n !. rn`erlar afternoon, that . a Sleo.iwr 'via making her war i-em ;eloth nmi to this Part. s-lre off Point C(,a ;tant 11 miles thin aide .cf William'a Town, and mi ern l,1owain torrifii :ale fmm the we, thbe 3Luueinrwu mine atma leek and requestual the no r deelarro sfrertomw! Iand aaquui'krsposeihle, .t therm.- the we-mel ead ererv bo\lr ono holrd r- .u1 :lh let The eateul" bead wasnuorlinllv j l in. lnataR! the land. nd be rea4ed haUnito .ater hint in time to allow hl r ýuu anaseva and ,' n .0 wade nshor. before abe mintk. All ` i latn.e landed in safetr. The hall we beliere t' i. in .' at e water, end powiklv will be r t-ed. Ita the aheenco no nil aothenaleauel nc ,,,:n-a ramm the mister or a"enta. as to the r +n3e of ti-un nemidear. it is eneiralir nptioed. at her ltInorn trnrrt'k a ann-ea ock, an she - -a.c tin iaether ahoue, end that the l .en te .trioinýlu~elr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED DRUG WAREHOUSE . IN GEELON,, 's THE • APOTHECARIES' HALL," YARRA-S'rlEFET. (Opposite the Daniel O Connell Inn,) Where oay be obtained, in tlhe ereatest variety, and of the best quality, all .kinds of Druas, LHorse and Cattle fedicines, Sheep Dressin. Patent l"edicines. Fanct Goods, Toilet Requitsits. Surgi cal tnstruments, &eo. &:., (SOl PRISTI'- in fancy goods a great variety of Elegant cut toilet hottle%, silver topp'd smelling bottles Ladies' work cases, work heres, illumi- I nated poitfolins [ Enamelled pets for vestI matches, in imitation of the celebrated Portland Ebony card cases, intaid tortoiseshell and bras- cases of toilet battls Inlaid enamelled glove boxes Vestas in cocoanut wood and enamelled brass boxes Morrcco money cases and souvenirs Flower vases And various new and tastefnl articles. In articles for the Toilet will be found ;entlemen and ladies' hair brusihes Nail brushes Tooth brushes made expressly to order, and warranted (...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

A ir." of Franc.', o witli forty thlicraand mne, . :$ _hýJ utp the bill. and then marcded down aSin. S-r were inclined to laugh-some to _-:eve-at the Supreme exhibition of - . I. played yesterday forencon with S ie wails of our Court-house. We S -: sme time before we could mako up S- inds as to which should be the . -miant feeling on the occasion. performance had a grave side and a i -i one, and according to the point .a ircri which one looked at it, one o n sistently laugh for a time, and el very sorry. The smile, how -is transitory, and the grief Tui * ,g, perhaps, did quite right h- lto.k at the newspaper before . his seat on the Bench; but it Sruel in the officers of the Court, or -'ends of the Judge, not to have him before the form of opening .j to so great a length, a hint of S -.istence of the grave doubt, as to S ga!Ity of the court, raised in our S -ins of yesterday. A few minutes S . -r intimation would have prevented i n .'. ' ilih ng antithesis afforded by - pening cerem...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

CALIFOILtIA.l. Intel:igenee bhas been reirum to the 24th 1)e cember. A coasideralle tile of emigration, ohiefly froni the AItlntic States, was again setting illn. The miners hlad suffered greatly for some weeks from wan t of rain; on the other hand thie agricultural portion of the population were pre paring a large breadth of laed for thu growth of ,raln. The Ildians were still very troublesiome. The steam-ship Tennese, which arrived from Panama on December 14, bought 554 puasen gors, including Judge Ceolay, Attorney to the Land Comnmius?ioners. SUCCESSvaFUL DAMINSG COYPR~S.-The Ore gan Bar Compauny, consisting of953men, have tAken out 35,000 dollars the present season. They hare not disbanded, but merely suspended opera rations unuttil spring. Their daurn is built so securely, that they havre sanguine hopes ofira withsteanding tie floods of the present season. The New York Danming Comrr.pany, on the same stream, have reliesei the river bed of about 60,000 dollars since the 56th ull...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

G.EELONG. We,.L,-C n . e TlTCHIi S.--ThI j,?- nt in this iong-peiding case wos dediered at the lse minning of this month. It is so important thlat ce gi.ve it at fI IInrth. aithaa:lh somnewrhat late. The stopp;ae of our own Cirruit Court en bIes r.sto alow the requisite space. J-r.ors. PrOsEccras, A?D Wirs isns.--It is a 'rcat act of .elf-denial in eihherof these classes to have reseicr the lar which approsese them. We saw a witver ester ntdy who hal come all the may from Port Fairy, and who had travellel day ani ni:;ht in orier to be in time f;r the opening of the Circuit OGnrt. Ie was in tine to see the exrmraorlr.arv break-p of the Court, and to lea!rn wlv ho was therefare rot wanted. Hle applied for his expensee, and was otlrrd the s~m of 2s. Sd (twO ehillings and eightpence) for ore da's detention in town l He is gin g to the di?. ginsof course, and nulsyv knors - hen ho sill 'be requralr again to perform a lon. j:rner, rehaps on as ?iotless an errand. Baut will he be fund when...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

3IELBOURNE. GoLD Ioos3ur--Francis rennant, eharged with stealinir 15 ounces gold from Thomas MRCombie, at iZoant Alenander., was restenrday rem~s led for a week by the District iCourt, at the ijstanes of the prosecutor, who wishel to have the eridenee of his prtner, MLr. Tait, now at the Diginogs.-Argns. Awrzrr A ScrcmsoE. - Sarah Wilson, a girl of inditferent character, and who has not bean many days out of gaol, was charged before the 3Layor yesterday with attempting to commit suiacide. ie understand the unfortunate wo man threw herselfin the Yurra, and was rescued by a roung man,whose name at present re have not heen able to ascertain. 1csi:ca,. - Amongst the latest arrivals from Adelaide we observe.' with pleasure, the name of flladme Francesca Allen, for some time past the first soprano singer in that colony. - HoenC Rewsr.--Honse rent is r.'sin in every porn of 3elbounrne, andl it is ditlclt in all ecse., end impossible in some, to get the ac commodajion of a honse at all. As ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CIRCUIT COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 20. BEFORE His Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

CHRCU[T COURT. F?nDAr, FEB. 20, Beronn His Honorthe ChlefJustie~. 'TI. SZesions of Over and Terminer nnd Gne rtI Gol lplivery commenced this morning. His Honor took his seat on the bench precioely at ten o'cl'ck. On the list of jnrrmen being cnlle orer aniI reepondsl to. his Honor laddressed the Court to the followinog cffect: There being no Grannd Jarm in this colony, it is not my custom,on openrgn the ci.oit, to commence the proceedings with whalt is collei th Judge's charge. When I firsta olficiotes, iowever, in my ofaicial ca.acity in this lace, Il rock ccasion to moke a few remarks on the state ,f the 'diriet to which [ had come, and on the new dunies which its inhablitant and the ritizens .F CGeeaoeg hai entrasted to them einee then, Snothing has ocourr?l to call forth from me any observatioas on the opening of the cireCuit, and if I omit them now it is becaone tl;e suhject, of any addlrezss I could eaprneriatelv deliver here, is oe which neTets the wheolo eolov, and hias been...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

THEATRE RO YAL, GEELOXG. Uinder ths sole managrent of Mr Deering. 3MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, The per ormance will commence with a domestic drama, in toacts, entitled SCHINDERKANNES ; on, THE ROBBER OF IKE BHINE AND THE HAG OF THE TOMBf. The Margrave Mrs Davis Ayme ic Bremen .. Mr. Shearcroft Sir Guyman Greffin Mr. Meadows Schindecrh;nnes, the Robber of the ILhine Mr. Holloway Pbilcori .. . Mr Turner Anselmo Mr Iasker Brono Mr Williams Peter, the Black M1r Webster Jacub Joskia Mrs Webster Liese Mrs Stuhbb The Hag of the Tomb Mrs Deering After which, the fire YANKEE MINSTRELS Will sing somne of their most popular Melodies. Song ........ ...... ... rs Web-ter bong ........ Mr. Webster To conclude with a new Parce, entitled the IRISt1 DBAGOOY. Paddy Murphy O'Brallagan MIr Deering ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2L. The Performance will commence with the dramaof THE DENOUNVER ; OR, TIE The three 2kieres and the ,Seren Clerk:. Clande, the Denouncer arr Webster Song ............... Mrs Webster SDance ...

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. Before His Worship the Mayor, and Foster Fyans, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE: Farnir, 20TH F2sacAIr. Ikfore IIs Vorship the Mayor, pdn Fosier Swrah i-Len, who wo Oined £5 last week for usino obscene Ianguage, ao eharged with dr"nkenness. She was agali Stned, and dis charged from euslltvr. Henry Cha"p?n was charged with stelin_ horse and irar, and alnent?i3n himasei from his hired service. Owing to the absence of the pro secetor, the ease was remanded al this dar.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

CHILL (From the Alt California, December 6) We leana that Tala?ho- wa.s under str~et blockade, andl no communic.tion a:oe~i between there and Vplparaio. The Chilean steancr Yulcan, from Valparaiso, arrivrei ah Tlen?saan, September 10. al d wos taken by th Revoln tionists or Cruz party, who armaei her willth one long 54 pounder aml two 12 pounders, and plnaeed on boanrd a siieient crew. She was then des patched down the coast to obtain, if possible, a supplsofmoney, &e. On her return, the bar bour of Talcahnana was blocked by the Chilean brig of war 3eta, which fired ten shots ast the steamer without doing any material damage other than shooting one of the gunner's hands off~ The Vulcan succeeded in gaining the har bour, where she was lying shen the Isabel sailed. The countryaromund Talcahulna is in the utmost state of eonfusion. The most important feature ofthe intelligence I is the fact that General Crt has joined the re volutionists, and became their headl.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

SUPREME COURT. TurcasuTr, Feanuriar 5. Brrnrac their Ho-ers the Chief Jrustice and 31S:. Justice 1Lrrv. The Chief dustioe delivered the following jlgl ment: WArLLACC r. nirreTens. Thi as was action of Detinaoc fora ship, which came before me for trial at the Ist Geeiong Sit tina', when it was atro-,d that a verdict should be entered for the plitetifT, damages £400, Eub ject to the opinion of thecourt on a statement of faect, then agree.l upan between the portie;, the court to be at liberty to draw all inference there from, which jarrj might, and to have power, after hearing sueh case, to order a verdiet to be en tere?l ftr the defendant, or if it shonhld be of opinion that the verdict for the plaintiffalready enterd shouell stand, then that if, within forte eight hours after the judgment of the coudrt should le pronounced to that effect, the vessel for the detention of which thisaction is brough t, with all her mastc, sails, ril?ging, tackle, anchor , cnble% hoats, olrs, furniture, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. t E Coach hitherto running between (ieelog and Bates' Pord will in ftnre run on .?,onday and Fridays, and proceed to, Rice's public bl,'ze, being about 32 miles fronm town, on the mo.t frer1"reted road to Bzllarat arnd Mourr Alexan.ler; starting from Geelo,,g,or, Monday and Friday, at it o'clnck; nodl from Rice's to I'iwn or, Tuesday and Salur.ay at the ame houlr. Time on the road rbout fire or .ix hours. Fares, fifteen shillirgs, p~vaable onc takitng ePats; luggage lIarted ta 14[lb. SOR LON D ON S.--The Al1 sip E-. "'!1ILt' DErrat. r'woolan.-- I'os mct ?rmior i.,-,5 yin.i~"-s Io 2rtahtor ao . s.. CSyon Whar1,Cthour i; Ja., 8 T3O 8]P,>ERS (iF COiDo.iIThe FTira .f*.M, IIUOHF wnlmr i ! €Oh:i rlr Fir?t; con ih $rT, af Two,,ve 9tte m b. Cl;'v. t-nGun r"ile i ' iiot ibs nirco a-to rio-s· Fd.q inik ' ,?ml re for .ElMe. rtt. e o.: ,a- - 17'h r&@*.. iS.s. t 9?3 1' II( Vi7~TeA.-- It Con.-eownee ito-i oi-'-ut in Gui-ta- sot >-' u-rsiip~ sotlaip AeWot-NT~n! ...

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THE REV. W. B. CLARKE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

TItE REV. W. B. CLARKE. (C oncluded.) !ave icvion my meteorolOgic?al * I ,,a "s it is. nBut it requires jo:urY, -',?in " in connexion with the ::a'e reistration of temperature, which re rret had I not so unfortu aStelr broken them at the Shoalhavren, ,vInil at once have given. There is liL to interest in the first part of it, itl I think you will feel interested in ate ;Ir.-er to and from Mitta Mitta. h jarncv was in this wise: the black 3ovs had told me that one had found E ece o f gold somewhere beyond the i-o darV line of.the colony, and that he Fd tried to hammer it into a breast l?e, and finding he could not, he had "t away. I heard also, that the tr Mountain of which I made men .:n lfore, w-s in every one's idea a 1 Iountainr I also heard that some : en " h2d found a few specks of Id in the ranes aIon? the mndi, or iacstoneihvr; andSSirThos.Mitchell, ocarngr to Baker's almanac, says gold v likel to be found there: I found also ,reRt desire on the part of many per Sato know whe...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

SYDNEY. SsuirE.-Juno from Ho-e's 5lWand. I Barretto ; ::':, fronR Sa Francisco, Ingo from Strongy' 1-..!. LHrt from Port PhiHip, and Rover's Bride 1 . Ti of Pines. Ct.%r.r Or r.--So!omon Sanltao for the South Nri :i , Nrbu.l for Londo. ! 'LED.-Diana for 3!yeboune, Eagle for ; 'l-'oiornp, Mary I Jane for Geloi-g-Passeners, AiF " li a Ira Frazer, MIis Frazer, S3esorsI WOl. L.1 c le.. L.n'rt. Miller, SmiLh. Mathe-sn, Flynn, o -i four in the ste-ra.,; Ware for'uS Firan S;-:a, ChristinI for ielbourne, J Lovett for ' idbourne? Lillias f r Melbourne. James Gibson *:r rMelbourre. Exp.?Es.-g-ar Jane. for Gelon:: 22 parn '-.ans rum, 19 hhd, 19 ecaes bron'y, 5 caese I rit, 13 caio Genemr, 2 cses cigaar, I half 12 n 'f thaoao, .? orroteels curront, 25 cases , :et. 9 ,oxes 2 chests tes, 1o qr ccaksport * S e, 2 bhds sherry, Zo bigs rte, I eark raisin, '. :re'lis apple%, 1 csk nuts, 7 coes herrings 1 a. q mid, 5 qr caskl; e riear. 1 e-as brbhes, ;: .,ti'Ls, 93 el cimen's storeo, II casks 1 c -5. ...

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