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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 21 February 1852

Etcsippat L.IEitar:r.ht MELBOURNE. Mciripass, sehoon e, from Ianceston. s enegei--Mr and Mrs Jackson, Miss Pearce, and :ifty in the st~eerag. Lade Mioatgmnerr, bri, fnm B-nleaun and Opsrte cia andi-. W~i-llrem lill, b-reg, fri-m Adel ide. Pesson gers-3eaars D-reson, Jonieo. ansd fifi-three in act stee rao. Luld It nrve from Ai-bide. Pnsaengers I api-ai [fLid and Mr Fnrsi-er. S w ordteeh, for Hi-shrt Toss. Psosenngern-Mr a d Mi-a Base. Mr aid MiniBon isWl emions four Masters and Miases Mueil, Mrs Gaor -an, Mrsa Than-pone, Mi.jer Firohraee, Maester WVre, 3essrs lBenamin, Shels-ertos, tiathefrd, P hanson, anrd fort- is the steerage. isAnLs.D - 3Tsr M iapesa-0o cas*r aiions, Ball: 2 casks Leradlare 5 lobndles pick hanilce, Richarleon a 1d hi e: 4 iron rhests, 7 bundle. h-chakts, :ay, 9 hauaales jick handles, Greanre- cask iialware, -rthnr and non; 20 drums cid fish, ho s b [g doar, *00 baga foeS-, to;bb ech, 162 i--s resn, 16' ho·a OSts, 42 hales hoe, Li-es en-i Co: 81 caes chclampagne,...

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

t O N G0LP-T he Tonder CF5d ~,llOe Czte Cnom n o. NOIACeE~ TODR ;;--?h? u n';eu:; ljD hOL DE;RSt MNTK.-e oen rtUCItef,?..LL"arsed t P _ ias e S eerr ee.d . Pt ,e E LLTLe ill Y-~- lL~ mJRtaS, urcChurch A -tleIsn BROlIS, o "~;UAT siLnd TIa, anthte Statoeh Cu.LI~SPE o ?eA OIIF .R G t. uL'nb tO at Waitttf et'. WADE.tne AS t.o* t s .10t. .L LLAW, OIithrt L de lIMN BTeto. &o, inu o M ?nelort~rsn~ewil urcuhe oitr ri·r-.- -;eipo~,t~et~g;;re? a, h a ienketca d"Fvnes on h olId. GOLLE D. WXiTOWL?. '11,\ I-E hr?s ind, ae pchsos eof • . l? . D so, Cbthirtoye * Yarta streetn ..FL p.6r~e Co !_-t ,t ha.? l 'enqtac d, e~- hio. eteCr rte o tttit be poS JIESw~ETE5YRh~ Souoler IU, b TH~.?. det?ia.ed " w lse ot rat otlt and ..r, --:, n ..eetor a?,= ? . x ., . make "as a rdvean ce, s o a Gold. OUsttUDYRSIGNED . LR. PUW C SERS-0P sGOLDUpper t: Dpi rLchdt, ,dteby J? dtt' intr I . , S,, , e er. deets--oal'tto, tesigned tesyn.ed ~~ Sntpi oedtti u5 ibore thirty peane r Ae s A s?rttonp w ith a p • ?. ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED DRUG WAREHOUSE SN GEELONG, IS TE_ " APOTHECARIES' HALL," YARRA-STREET, (Opposite the Daniel O'Connell Inn,) lWere may be obtained, in the qreatest variety, and of trie best qualitrr, all kinds of Druga, Horse and Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dressing, Patent M- edicines. Fancy Goods, Toilet R~equisites, Surgical Instruments, .bc., dc., COM£PRISING in fancy goods a great variety of-. Elegant cut toilet bottles, silver topp'd smelling bottles Ladies' work cases, work boxes, illumi nated portfolios Enamelled pets for vesta matches, in imitation of the celebrated Portland vase Ebony card cases, inlaid tortoiseshell and bras' cases of toilet bottles Tnlaid enamelled glove boxes Vestas in cocoanut wood and enamelled brass boxes Morocco money cases and souvenirs Flher vases And various new and tasteful articles. In articles for the Toilet will be found Gentlemen and ladies' hair brushles Nail brushes Tooth brushes made expressly to order, and warranted Clothes brushes, wi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ATLANTIC STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

ATLANTIC STLTES. NEw Yo.ni papers, via Panama, to the 10th of Nov. have been received. The frigate Miississipi arrived on that day, with forty-two of the Iiungrian exiles who iem barked with Kossuth at the Danlanellee. A let ter from M. Kossuth to the Mayor of New York explained the ex-Governor's reasons for visiting Enland. Father Mathew had siledl for Europ.. The ressilt of the elections in the various States showed a decided democratic as?en danev. The steamer M?ontgomery, with 2,500 bales of cotton on board had been destroyed by tre on the Mississippi. It was stated that over two millions of Jollars were shipped from the port of Newo York to foreign countries dring the flirt week in No. vember. Notwithstandint this drain, the money market is describd as " looking bet ter."

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

UNTEID ETAThS. Tan Time. he a very ably written review of the commerci.? condition of 'he United States. If they were not founded on the most incontesti ie tistiial data, the facts mentioned would appear to belong to fahle rather than history. In an in terval of little more than half a century, it np pears that this extraordinary people hvere in creascl nilbve 5 0 per cent. in numbers; their national revenuo has increased nearlr 700 per cent, while their public expendliture has increased little more than 400 p-r cent. Tihe predi:.ioen extension of their commerce is indicated by an increnae of nearly 500 per cent. in their imlorts and exports, and 600 per cent, in their shipping. The increaied activity of their internal comn nientions is eapeunded by the number of their post-olliee., winch has been increaFel more then a hundred-fold, the extent of their post roeils, which has oese increased thirty-six foll, and the cost of their post-ollice, which has been augmented in aI eevenyv.two...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

ABSTRACTOFSAlaES HY AULIUuN to1NDtY, FEB. 23. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Laud. Building Snciety Shares, Furniture, &e. By Carver and Dalton, at 12, Cargo of the Dart. TuESDAY, FEB. 24. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, House, land and furniture of Ors %urray. By O'Farrell & Son at 12, House, Land, and Faur.iture. By J. G. Carr, at 12. Drapery, Milli nery, Leather, 8oo's, 3c. WEDNsesraY, FEB. 25. By J. G. Carr, at 12, Household Furni ture. By J. B. bHutton, at II, Surplus St re,. Farnot , FeE. 7. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Horses, pigs, drays, &c. .1aoony, lIsr M?acr. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Allotmen's. STEAM TO AND FROM G-EELONG.1 Alteration in Time. ON a-d after Monday next, th. 23rd instant, the " tvsrs," steamer, will leave Cole's ' h-Lrf every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning, at ni e o'clock; and the Wharf, Geelong, every Toesday, Thursday and Saturday morn ing, at nine o'clock. N. B. This vessel will not tow on her passages. GEORGE WARn COLE, Wharf. Fe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

ENGLISH. i THE QuARI R'S R?tvEScP.-The returns of the revenue of the United Kinglom, nearly com pleted for the quarter endiog in October, show an increase over the corresponding quarter of 150, notwithstanding the various reductions of taxation that have taken place. In the customs the returns show 5,190,0001. as the receipts up to the present, bht further payments are expected uwhich' will bring the amount up to about 5,250,0001., which is within about IS00D. of the receipts for the quarter ending October. 1850. Notwithstanding the reduction in the cuffee, timbe- and sugar duties that have come into effect this yecr, the excise returns show an increase of 30,000 over' the corresponding quarter of last year, although a portion of the brick duntnow aolished wnas cllectel in that qua.rer.-- he excise receipts are 4,133,0001. against 4,103,0O01. in 1850. In sttmps the amon"t is 1,457,000!. for the expiring quarter For th, eorresponding one of 1550 it was 1.507,0001. The decrease, 70,00...

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REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

fGutie 5'05ni 1. All uncoined goldto be assured by the Ge rernment Assayer must be bronght to the Anossa O0ic4, in the Garernment Bni.dins, King Williuam-street, belween the hours of 19 n.m. and 2 r.r , on Tnesdars an 1 Iridars. 2. No parcel of g l'd les~ th-n U?, ne?, in Wein:ht will he rexi.e l. 3. Ubpo a pr:eal of !i heoig p ntrcmrtted at the n o, th(e overnaent .s.;aer, or his ans-s.itat, wil. freel. ir the preanec of the poeron rirng iog such .:l, to waeigh the snme, and will ent r i. the assay-book the wei.ht of tie gil, the d;ate of Its receit, and tahe :namn of the onrer herreaf, togeisher ith the untie of the Lmk at which the saidl gad, when asnreil and smnelted, is to be delivered to, or to tih orer, cf the rwncr. 4. Tire a.e-lcentioned entry in tlhe senr b,!n sh? t be sinea bh the per-on bringing tie n~d!: a?n in case snch person be not thnovoner of it, he will be required to hrin a wnriten n:1 :thrity from thie eo' n tr, uthorising hint to si'n sulh e?atrr. 5. The si~'a?...

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MALACCA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

3IALACCA. The cutivratien of cinnmnon has i teiy been commenced in 3alalacc, under very promising eiraumsances, and se hope it wilt ultimately realise the hopes which are at present enter tained of its success. For turning attention to th;s rcv so:rce of i.dndstr, the inleh:irants of .lteca ora o i:elebted to Coptain Ferrier, the Iesidont Councillor there. HIaving had his nec tice attracted by some thriving ard healthy trees growing n the gr? nds surr~nmding his house; and which were said to be co?si trees, but which Captain Ferrier thaght wererinnamon,heeaoed 3 some to be ?at by Cingalese convicts, who were cier.amon peelers by profresion, and who peeeld, cared,, and packed it ?ecun:dem artem. On the reult being male known to the owners of the property on whicl trees wero growing, it was considered by them so e:couraging that they immesdiately resolved cn undertaking the eultir: t:on on a lare stale, end other capitalists hare we uaderetand resolved to follow their esample. The coi...

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

GEELOsG. Tao T'IcEs SrEAze -Actire enertionse Cnre being made to get off this vessel. So has len drawn higher up the beach, in order to g. at the injured piates, which are known to he fee, and it ie supponed that are thi the Ieas been floanted otf. In another week or- fortnight, we hope to see her making her t.eal tripe. Ittrran or B.LLr.rAT Go.on Foaw-.trno 7o GEea?os ot EscoTr, Faoncar r 21, 18li2. Ozs. tenrr Sawter ............ t JTohn Ithbinson ........... 2. 'homas Evans ......... 164 Arnold. English, snd tiilinir. 199 3filksn & Collins .......... 222 T'oal............. .3 once. Ta'r Poor Orrics.-The hbosirn of this otihe is now transacted at the stone hilblin:, corner of 3farket-aqaare aod Union-st.eet. Ta? VF.srA an her retnrn trip to Melbourne, on natanler, took hak with her nine of the pri soners that were destinel for trial at the Geelong Circuit Court. It is generallv beliered that an assize court will be heldet 3elboranon on the .lrd proximo. CoS??r tre.-Afleran ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

T~eFor. i. Drumma:ma, 3 ! Light Cavalry. has been selected to accomrpany the Es-Rijaj of Coorg to England, whither he is aslot to Iprocre, for the pnra.se of giving his daugh ter the benefit of a Christian education. We have a letter from the projector of the sunk in the Strait. steamer Pachs, Joint Stock Riaising Ceompany. lie will volunteer to go down himself he sacs-has lie ever tried it? Is he aware of the pressure of 25 fithoms water? We have never he.tl of any vessels being raised from st great a teth. The Royal George sank in 1G fathoms and in the course of time formed a bank on which there was only seven fathoms, a part only of her materi.ds has been raised, and af:er long and often repeated attempts. aihe wreck of the P[acha mar perhaps be found by sweei:ng if not huried in the sand, buhat when found. theo task of lifting anything out of her would not be an easyr e. lowever the sum on baar, justitiesthe attenpt, and our crrespondent shoual apply to insnrace offices to take ...

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POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 21st February. Before His Worship the Mayor and J. G. M'Millan, Esq. BREACH OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

PILICE OFFICE. ESturiay, 21-it February. lefore ills n orship the 'Mayor neI J. G. M3litihn, Enq. anersCT on '^ar" rrAc:, John Tialker, and? Chow Sane, a ahble ratir of the East Indies. were placed bctre the sitti:n )agitrates, charged by tChea Chieof stabnlre with con itt:litng a breach of the peace ila the publii strl:t, e-n FrilTr alternoon. Walker hl s been before the ika~ch on two or th-e oeasnions lately, and as only di'-rgoie last Tonecday on the unalerstanding that he ass to leave town withaet dolor. It appered from the h:liaa's statement that Wnlal?cr r aer cacoremooni!n put his hain into his coat pocket, whi!t intls . inm in ssome n?otacan, in front of the danr of one of the inns in town. This conndcet of Wil;er tanfrowii seirrt d unp the ire of the baclk, who returnl the compli' tanen by sorirg lint a severe blow over the chest, aad daing the medle the coansa'ies seized them bot!h. Walker denied the anoation, and sho:iian, to the Bench ao aoreenc.t wrhich he had just en t...

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WRECK OF THE RANDOLPH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

WRECK OF THE RANDOLPII. Considerable anxiety has recently been ex cited in respect of the flrts of the Randolph, East India trader, MJr. Dale, master, which had been reported to have foundered on her outwanl passage to Calcutta. with 300 persons on board. Through the courtesy of the owners, D. Dunbar and Co., of Limebhose, we are in a condition to lay before our readers the subjoined details of the catastrophe, hb which it will be perceived that the ill-fated vasel was c?st ashore on a reef of reeks off the north east part of the Mauritnts, and although the wreck wasm not attendled with so awfil a loss of life as had been stated, yet a great maar who were on board perished. The disaster took place on the night of the 25th of July, a day or so after she had taken her departure from Port Louis for Calcutta. She had received on board at that port 250 steerage passengere, natives, consisting of men, women. and children for Caleutta; also Lieutenant Holland and Ensign Scott, of the 4Sth ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

M3ELBOUltNJ. Tun Bel:ir, Gocsa.--The msa nitho has charge of the buril grou?ud has remarked that there has rceentlr been a considerable increase in the nucber of infants' fruerals. He nhlo ::ates, that for the last fortnight, sreveral chil dren have been buried at night by parties who chaoese to commit the sbdies to the ground under cover of dariness, in preference to payins, the ,,sual bh?rialfees. Thequne.titv of new nfhu-ght 'raves has exeited a si.picio:l that ill is not as itr sioald Le, and on the next occasion, where on intrm.nt is eoticed nwhich has not taken place in the rezd:lar manner, it has been determinel to e danme the body, for the prpose ofascertainiage if tL're has been any ftoul plar-Arg.a. Ton N?s T ACrr.-- We Ielieve that it is the intention of the Government tointrod?ee, daril-g the neat sassicn of the Legislative Caoncil, a Lill for patting the Customs department upoen a more liberal and satisfactcry footing. It i in tended to rnie the whole amount of that bra...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

CAPiE OF GOOD 10E. t Tan Nzu- Co.STnTCrtrcw.-The selfish oppo- i sition of the Nominee Counccl to the New CGon stit;tion Act, which is a very popuhr measure, is th!u indi;gnatir denonceda by the Cape Town Hail :-" The proaeedings of the Frevea Cane i Coancil deserve the p.culi.r attention of Cole- I is! Reformers, as exe-npifhin. the wort results of the system whi:h ther are endeavoering to d overthrew. It is a c?oni f.et that this petty Ceonnil, utterly co;;temptibe as on all hands it is admitted to be, is r.t at this moment dah cionshy ando suecos.fully opposing the known wishes of both the Home Government and the colonists. There is somethling astonishing and I aencmt ir.crldible in the scenes which are now passing before oer eves. The Home Govern ment is desirous of bestowing a liberal Canstita tion upon the colony. The inhabitants of the colony are eager ta accept the boon. Between : these two parties, the one representing the most powerful nation on the globe, the other consti...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

FAN DIEMJEN'S LAsj). LeGAL Penrossron.-,i man uelmcmeun a hnr n'tor in England bl eating his anw. He enters Iiimself at somia Inn of Cenrt, dines ao manr times during bt clrricIlnmu, for which pricilnre he has to pay handsomely; and who. thue he have studied onr not, after a specified term of veers, he is lanched into tho worldia "lesrussi 1rentlemnoi' Common sense save thst the entives of rIbse colonies shuhld not be sn) jectCd to the oot andi dngoecr f a protracted si6seto nritasln fir the qeestinidna e [enefits it may scnes, Webanro heard that a bill Is nhent to lie introducedL teo tie teglative Council, which will enpessedn the ucensity; its provi dines rnisn ho ehlerdieed when they cnure before tin pulsic, 61t the jeiecip!e Is, amIt, 'Pb juges, front their inteilierne andi independent position, are best qaiililie to determine who are, and olho are net entitl?i to practice in their courts. They are competent toconduct a tho rough examinntio:. whirch is preferable to any certfica...

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Shipping Intelligence. VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

("Lisi'n i , ; n :nn*" R, d. L' " ti .:x!e: :i n - [13T h i , l'l arl·. H. Lass , nl'lrl*:. f 1.1! ([4dt: T lKý (Cirr; yn I t!:..R. .lgpnlr. C·(fllt:.E, IriS, ^,V t.:, ,1".'t: ;i". [lbn.TILT. (.":(i ý.J ý., , [,~ý" ji~fn n " lnatr r "]lt 0: r.- iý.ad..N {trls-t r:,rr N".!t'R. R1lents· nLC- ED-rw, r,-n,·~:t , J. Dtrrinm~rmts- I t "r,:rJl~x ri·alq.i Tbr?.. I J\lir <-n SiiZZarrnr. <-'e n'-. . "22' nr laid t["l i tarlraRK r fo it Sta :T, titý-.r tin wtoo, C. Curie, mwir. r, tr,%l S, 4;1r1, tar Pn;.crr. an, a. rrnonr S3 t ons, T C. Prrr;. SIt·, i , hrs;.· CH !,nt. TC. :'ri;,`., mitrer, :nmu;a: F-I~anJ ""..,, Si a m.. lio? R71 -N O hri?. att tons, T. W a.r. -t t.ýor S;r.n AP+?I. I)"r~r-tr r:r lrln A. C. F"a, ··n. m~n tor ; 'lngor 'Nio. iCH l~ ri Trnaa ale..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

R DO NO.-The Al ship 0CIS Dinn ntcom.. ndr, has ood ,"ioecilO.?:nrers..t Fo, freight or passCage p Gn U 1.G5Ty GORE S Co. . lrRS OF GOLD.-The T- AS IIGHEtant, aill mpsitivea y l on tonhe r,,u t4.ie t, e 2;th. C apt. iecrv on mill of Tw of we.. Timms, Es.cy intcr ,odtt. the 1 o'0t ock, for he purpoe o seeing 4.t; , ?d for sirment ATPIER STA.-In Consequence ti i T llettt,, t . ' tendlnz the &geney of the tin leteein G an d the resinatton of the HIe o< nhereby t enS, that all Feitht and h,tr .orice, b e pa! prvious to shipment in fet d lu etie uno as will notibe nnsworatte a:C e,dand or Lug5' after being landed on tLe fateor tGoa . . H .o W. COLE. ' at?., Jlboum, Jan. 3, 1852. APIIl{ASIA, STEAMER. p l dwr len felbovrne anld Gee longq. HE above steamer leaves the Geelong SWharf frr fTelboarne every Mon day, Wednesday, nod Friday mornings, t 9 o'lock precisely, returning every S . 3ati . lS rrro n & Co., Geelong agents. yarra-street, Jan. 1, 1852. IHE' TIHAMES,...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

ASrITED. C:.?E,~ on, E,'i.lb'b, for Adlai,!e,in b.llht. in's?n-ger -2t in the stee.sy. :ran. f.-r Sr.!nr. Pr-.tn~er-3F[-s Hiii. 'i.s Gril'.tr. ?<.< ;rall.n. E.p. A3lums. Hlei, W=Ihe.. 'Pi'herr, n, 1.Whit,', ani 24 in tho .ste? r ACo--iis ,r \.; ;l-l1rt, 'T"" Dors.t, f ar k obart Town Jane, Pf- Ifebirt Town Arne, fir Aileait - lrondelle. for A,!lai- S\il.iim. fir I.snncrton !Thimas Lord, for SrInr. S?.'.Or T;. S!'!"; 45.3 't alt, - 3ll b0!4e woi. RaleiLh and Co : * or !,i (gio nnI.u)j. Cake an¶d Co: nir g!d3 (374 nunie,). Pr.,el; li%- da (154 j.an1, .imtii: b i; anid bar (719 Gouncs). I·ar's and Co. MONDAYT MORNING. FEB. 23.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 23 February 1852

ON GOL)--Tie Under ~t sill wia' Cssr.GtTYt Ctttn i CO. .il.l I ?,V,. .i-tAM\& Th sIn • ", ",-,h ,?i e .ntcr z, I ,arra,-." s ,with. rre.. 'ý e-'^,et ,,n.e Vic' Iwlin- to sell wl al~p dr,. av .n t ld-r a'*artet pl-&--B ?O nýN : of.- , h, Beach. tCoOKS, Church] i rt ýS ni les and a`Itok.and a and Sl:i' ,n t th J. WIarkIsSt look t sue..Wlon: _is-5, ater Scott's WCorks, tl',7t; B,,ke.se nnul.rr"O, Jam I, W. .+ `n-,:th, oSahinrton Ir.ine'`:. Coope',; =.ai oan stre .uare . Geelong. HY IjN IBOOKS, in 1E ut bindiigs, at the Stationery tr Lhea diisposed of hs ,iisi, e Luihe.'5 ,fotheear?eOTHE h, oSs 4 otle on tOLE t: Co., ,eqoest irn er f tporlhe spttY be Plia d v EMph sHall. whose r. 3 cient drstdiichatg on his accotnt and cf toe campy y. F.ED. Wh. TOWLE. R M1 GAY SYDER, from Upper "rsj ce IeLoa, owi acredited editor of S?re' L" mss on' S rg?e, dmon astor .,ruI e ih im, embrie inuctuality -,-I T t.t'Cr. S.. to connection with ":?Id rat .ny, .... ne tlht as bheen q?,nct?d io ...

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