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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

NEW RION M'ONGER1Y EST'A BI,TSH 1ENT. R V INtE-STiR E ;T, I i 0E.LO\ Ii. .iPR.EDR ICK P.'UER begs nto inform the public of Gelang and neigh tourhmood. and the Seltlers and Farmers ,of the Werstern District. that he hal re ceived the first portion of his supplies of CGEERAL 7IROM'TONGE RY, IRo, JI -rlS, P.usrs, &c., EX "CJtRISTAB3EL." " WOOD STOCK," "CLAUD)," "ZET LA D." "Al1ERFOYLrE," and Fhaing al eady built a large and convenient store, begs respectfrlly to solicit orders for any of the articles in these extensive deparstments of trade, either IVFHOLEAiLE OR RETA IL. F. B. having had exensive experience ia the business which he has commenced both in England and abrsad, and having nsude arrangements whirch nill enable iti to receierereular supplies from the e.ft ESndi '?s M.antfacturere,% can with contidence solicit a share rf Tpubhlic patronane. !avinn seerctd Geelone~as his p'r ,.anent p-lce of residence, P. B. is more desirous of oltainins the lasting pre frrenca of ourr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

WE devote a large portion of oar space to the English News received via Syd ney. Although it is only four days later than the news received direct, yet during that time very late and important ad vices fiom this part of the world had been received at home, and certainly the most interesting news we can have from Enghnd relates to the eIact of the inf'r mation we send thither.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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CRIMINAL SESSIONS. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

C",~iD.iEN 5ES51055. r is r"- ccri-nm '. th a. nrions of Oer ranid T -Prir, "ii c.l-1 ," tljivj will bh hell Ot .1:35:;:-:1o? o rn th nt ard o ohoim we n ssbpe hive !;··n I;;::! to dihireat 7?ri t t attend the c'.·:-C, a 2f ?I:·iarrw. r.r. that der.· -, z ;:.. v,'hin 1 c'n tvn! ont of Joe iavsl rou.n ,f jl..1 Wi- "0ms h nben ronierwi n'cvv-nrr f, tivecraiV;ll stnte of av jail", ~igca ::--tante: 2~ fnr r-w nlo t is q"arter ofi`:· tim p et ' e0 LIderinvst·; liftt of t!:1 Even:N Garen:in in at oce.c-rring vv i·-r, canequentm- upn;~, t=20 Bes:Ithu of the ot1 C' C-nt (' .r the dic-rvct f v-,r- !'iiip. i This bIi l-u in itol'f, "ni-I I"' [,.- a tor eiil fvlct * r n rn ' nr - -rloo tf the samti mi-r;" c:ed v-reiipa yi -i p':ys!. rr re gard l t-----L of \eS'V l'vh W h. e~ '---ior rfixot frcsos r.eviot-'r an <'tvcoatO.' -vi Ict s oe-'iec I if a freni !!:·; ies th dins;~L in b:RoChEdI, it refrasT~ Oer ' "'ti ''a^ioi to dit-. r tat hle :.--'l-c::s ni-n::"'l-' 'hi' h s0n --.r op ou: ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

LATER ENGLSh NEWS. Los.oD papers to the 17th November have eeea recirnd in Sydney. The Havanna'is atil from rio, arrired at Souttampton at noon, by the Brazil steam rpeket Severn, on the 13th. The lHavasnab, Captain Erskine, it will be re mcsmbered, left Sv,!nev Cn the 18th of AuoustL Answers to letters by hcer mail hbre been receir ed, heIng two days under the six months. ihe English p;pes- er extrneting lhr~l" frm :"e Sydney jmurnam . W take dte fio:llmng from the Ti~ea oney artielof th 15th of SNo vemn?er. The dstos fron Aotrsa!ia' rooeht h r hor1i jeste's ship Havannah to Rio de J:r.eiro, and thence by the Brazil mail s'eomer Svrn to Englanci, exteel six weeks Iter then tibos previuslv received, and are of the mns i=n or:'ant diEscptitio:. The tendener on thce part of the leading prsons in the colony to din eour-,e as fir aes possible the belief inthe rich "e- of the mines, lest it should dist'rb t:e reastiols of Ishur, appears at last to hare -een thorehnalr broken down, and a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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WOOL SALES. London, 14th November, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

GOL SXLES. Lnlila:,, 34th, Nrvernhr, 18!i1. The f~ourt mIttl INst gain cf tolonioil wool for, this Visor. connln~cii oni ~Jrd uttinjo, rind wera Ionnnht to i doiot thin .vaniobr . 'finn qonntitie. soint~ baum n inn'o- in I .7,7;29 ' VTr. Phillip ant ortianJ, 2,813 VaYn Dikmetrn'aInut 249ts Ailailsbl 11wa," tnl n~r' 211 " Ses Zealsnd ,,440 " Cape Total *l.i,s74 bales colousal, CCI East Inadia, ass 0215 Foreign. NotSlthLvding the lsargoe quantitr taan tfor consu,,lptioe from tLe. st-rOnes, wh:a elase, on Ilhe ItL Aus.ust, ae er, in a degree lrlreld ortallu adv:uee in rates i-r samee-serapti ;us, as a :onsailsrsalse sc;eehit'ivre de?amnd hba spraauai up thoe weelis riort t Io te c.mmenciecment of the sales, and sone 25-00 orl0t00 bales hIad passed tiam imlporteas and dealers' hands; those fromn tlhe latter at au ad?i?en of i,. 1~J. per lb. upon lthe rates current in An-tal. '[lhe demlaud above noticed mar in seone ,Ieareeo be attriuteld to ntsicipatisi:s sf sh.rt 5s-tplit s or l.dly 5o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

NEW5 O' THE WEEW. (From the Spectut?r, November 15.) The Ko-nth demonstration in the mranufae trin~ districts halre ecvreded in mn nitnde and earn?etness awn that hbadl prc~de. tiins, In hia progesa to the north, the hers of these orations has not revee!ei ,ur new. fatures in his elnructer, bat he lhas perhps pleced in a .ron-er light those whilch are nreadr .parenct. With l-osnth, as ci.h all iipnssione.! roator. the plitieal str-?,l, in which he is eng.e. -i has raninin monc of a pers~nral charlncr. A Pva vowed, when Wesntsrrtlh wL.t Go, to the CL?r, thait ho cald never leave him tii ;e ha?d his heed, and he kert his werr, s :0ss'ith has ;w?ej not onhy to establish the freedrnm of his conntry, hr Iao do to hy diserorning the house of lfqrsaLsr. And he wil keep his aeor, if he ca=. It is no douabt the wish of the Slag.er leoer to see his co-nirr frie, pronperod,, n3l hiPy tnut is is as his nt~iiion to see it mode o Ls' himlneif-Lonis Kenih. He hls prohbably per.aLtd himoelf that th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. FEBRUARY 24TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

GEELONG LABOUR REPORT. PaCa.oaiY tIra, 1654. DCro? the week, Sheplhens and IIutkeepe-r, a, t bren rather more tentlfnl, aIthouth them !s an nn" ' :ig scarcity of Marrded peop!%, both forkhomwe uc"It". stations. Feaile serEnt, eCotinnuo grestl i, d ,?aI latiried couple, tfor lome ttteions, pr'ennan " rations £55 to .W£0. , Ditto for ot tations takiUn two flocks o tto dit*, jj to £70. nlto ditto, tallknone fclck ditto, £iS. Ditto for house service in town, ditto ditto .£80 I l. Shepheids, with rations, £05 per annum. Ditto t hatkeep for th mretve, with ration, to lutkeepersditto, £30. Ba!ocl dr&T , per ear, ditto, di4 to £1. uitotek d. , per week, eekfor the ro , 1i to, Garoniaer, rtr year, ditto, £45 t £52. Coo', for men, per annou, with rations, 1£0 Ditto, per week, ditto, 20,. Bush ira ctr;, per annum ditto, with ratior.i ; to £2. Ditto per wrek, ditto, 30s t3 40s. Wnekly fanm servant, for machine thraahlil, t.',. 1i7, &c., £1l 5s. Ttrashers, per bushel, with ration...

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

C. EELOXO. Escor? rabrn tlrLLa xt.---Tho Escort yester day brongIt doarn tihe f,Dlo'ing lqutantities for (ielon, r onssancs: - WiiliamT'lisms .. 15 ozn. 10 dwts. ,Tohn Learmonth .. 1I 6 James Toiell .... 8O9 3 Mrs. Shepiherd .... 36 12 102 11 DeTRuccTOrS or WarII AT COaneC. - A .e-tlemao fnrom Colac, Tester ay, informled ao that the iinhalitanis of that township were th-oan into a state of great ecitemnent, on Sun din mornina last, in consequence of a distnr lnhee whichl took place on that ilday, Boetween a person rwmed Collina, a furmer, anl his wife. It appears tht after the disl:tOe, the wife li-is ed a firehranl, proceeded to the wheat stnck, and whille she helel a knife in then direction of the looker.-on in the one hand, set ire to tho whecat with the firchrandl in the other, dvisnlg a·y one to romn near her. I:t is calknlated that the qucan ti: hebureel was worth £O00. The woman nwas aihequealty captnre.ol, and taken to the watr! house, where sl;o wsll no ioubt r.cei?o iei re...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

SYDNEY 3IAP.KETS. The 31ill.--lcr.;r BIarlker&Co; The suopply i of ?wheat this week bas beez chiet; rondr:.?, anl though mnch more haandant ti?a tht of" L-a week, is ret very linital ahs compornr with the newul ari?als at this senae?n of the veer. The price raori, ae.n-ding to qatlity, frono 4s 6. o 4s 10.1 pecr huohel, ialor remains witlont alterltiOl-£13 fnr linr a.L ? Ill. for second qu llitv ,er ton of 2000 lb. Bran ls 4.1 to Is 6L per i?sel, according to qmlitl.--3Ir. Sna.srt: A Ilrge supply of wheat ha-s be n reoeivn I this eek; ,prize rainle from 4o 61 to 4e 10,I per It- hel. olear renline firm at £13 for lio., and £11 for asecod. Dran ts 4.1 t.ais .1d per Oar principl nmle {thio orec lIaro b-en for tha Victoris market, wibhrel te demanl' for dry snitellic, slpirit-, antl olther consumaile ooodo, * reeds anlythiongwe hno previoaclv hnown. WYer the iatllelr olf the pllullaticn is so larJrge s at L'ort P'hillip, the coalamlption l ont1 n ws moot Ihe enormoi. Itan' of ti...

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POLICE OFFICE. Tuesday, 24th February, 1852. Before Foster Fyans, and J. N. Thorne, Esq. NEGLECT OF DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

POLI-CE OFFICE. Tuestr, 24th Febhuarv, 1852.. Before FeLter Fyazne, anl J. N. Therue, Ejq. nrn;r.act nrocr-rt. Constable ?Lhdown, of the Town Police was plaed Imbfore the sitting magnstrate, eltHrgedl by Sergeant Grant, with ?ing in an onmi. state flr duty the previous evening, owing to iateoi catidn. Grant alo stated that Ashulown, when remaon strated with o aceount of his i:bgular cozluct, abnsed him in the vilest lnnagu'g. The magi.trates orderel Adhtulwn to be ,is misne! the cogstabulary, ant pay a fine of forty shi.ling. Atis tONI) .'G ?fr 3"Naltr , the psinte~r Rl glazier, np pesrel biftore the sitttng magintr.tten, to plutir a ehlrm of ne,,lect of ldary not alcnh?, llinag ainsat Samuel Chanpit. TIhe latter persn;n how over, having eapresunled con:ririn for his b/Ar hawviour ntl Iromnisitg better, th, i'tueh, at the eolicitation of his master, ordered hint to be dis chorgel 'ith a cantian.

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

A~ILED. -P'.:lr 2:-Mar~ga ald M~rv, schiooner, P' bua~r~ Ii I yll Robilliard,· scbaoner,feor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

1 L t O iN D O N.--The A1 ship StcOGnI," DnOurrsant. commander, has goEo _,?saicn for 0'.gro~a Forfreight or paoa.e op. STEA31 TO AND FROM GEELONG. Alteratien in Time. and adafter Monday next, th- 23rd 0 instant, the " nESTA," steamer, 'ill leave Cole s' Wharf every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning, at nire o'clock; and the Wharf, Geelong, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morn jag, at nrne o'cloc. . B. This vessel will not tow on her passages GEORGE V A?RD COLE. Wharf. February 21, 1825. -APHR.SIA. STEAMER. Plying between Mehlbourne and Gee lon?. TiHE above stearrer leaves the Geelong .L Wharf for Melbourne every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at 9 o'clockc precisely, returning every alternate day. J. B. II'rrox & Co.. Geelong agents. I Yarra-street, Jan. I, 1852 S-rPHE'THAMES.'st. amer, Shaving completed her S repairs, has resumed her usual tripe, starting from Geelong on the rorninugs of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at half-past 10 a.m., and fom .ielb...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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SYDNEY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

IYDN FA. G!.nbarvie, barijue, from Portgmourth C*pa i;rI!. fr~n wi~~c U.I.uni# Emr,~ Irom Auckr ln'id; 4Cil~iit-, ateamer, from Sin Franci-co; D)akeof "Allington, laiqune.fromnSin Ct'rancico; Alnela, schooner, fro-a HorgkongI; Unicorn, bariuni, from Lnidon : William and Junes. sheoo:ler, from Elili1leth Reef; Favorite, from llalluner; ILTaerine., asip from Iytirmmth; CuldI, barque, from Mani!ia; Snatir, bhar; e, from Portsmouith ; General Palmer, ushi, from Anoy; Gir i~h, brig, from 3Manila. CLIEARED OUT. Sp.e, briz, for Calcutta; Con:et, 'hoonor, for Nelson: E.nma, brig, for flobArt Town ; Phl? nil, nsip, for the Sauth Se& Filhr-r : Williiam amn 3t[rv, hbrque, for Akaynb; An; M3ahluish, bhaiue, for Lima. SAILUD. Sarah, brigT, 'or ..iw Z,raind via \'I resslle; Esther, schooner, for the South Soa Islands. Regina, harqu. for London ; River Chief, brig, for tlh Smith Sae Islands; Fortune, brig, for 3!ellorne; Wan~dworth, ship, for Lonlon. Tna "31ArrrTLAs."-This vessel still roe...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 25 February 1852

IIELBOURNE. ,• A R RIV E D. 'J J. Lovett schooner, from Sydney. Pasengers, S;hessrs. - inla,. Stewart, Munro, M'Gregor, ; 3meron, M.Auley, Thompson, Ennis, Edwards, A rner. -City of Melbourne, steamer, from Lannceston. 'engersMesrs. Mnmler, Woodford, Aader oomon, DAis, Page, Lindsar, Gardi and Napier, and forty-eight in the steer Emm, barq?ue, from Sydney. Passengers r 3o[s, Mr and MIr Davi, Mr Spioe, 3Mr hsab, IMrs and Miss Danab, Mit Hamilton, Mr l'Intosh, Mr M'Auler, Mr M'Cre, Mr-Josephs, r Brown and two sons, Mr Kerr, and fifty-six jthe steera".. Christinn, "brig, from Sydney. Passengers Anderson, Miss IKeit, iesrm. RBurt, How sl, Biggs, Miss Biggs, MJessrs. 'Pherson, Orr, Sd fortv-two in the steerage. ,sDiana, brig, from Sydney. Passengers ssr' . 3IrPlae, Semith, 3'Guinnese, Cameron, ''aly, 3'Pherson, Nolasn, i-Pherson, and ten te .teernge. iEsperanza, brig, from Hobart Town. Pasesn irs---3r and Mlrs Sounders, Mlessrs. Murphy, ar mer, Bnnet, sand twenty-four in the steer a e, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

* xLE At Messrs. Stevens E n Creek, 5?800 elbed S Substantial-built, ta yer awH i ho a. pw' to tine VW-- A: t I Se under c ari ,tabtr t.enls with 'Mr ,, ri: rlladdnkl', o~th rrai ,, Ibnol tllle. ae i o.ate' to depaatune. and a rn ip?, toa I. w.+O . 3 . n ll - . a I T to in .p -' a ut I hor -sR S immediate posses ohat sro A Wtey, 1 ktlglJ M . -tuatr. Rea id Ct, at abo'ne ahrh :d about '2 earth. ; b OLt -,,, cil b to. Sto.,e aaoi, aiben r jr o aatte, , O lacd IEu nderasd w5ll purchase or advance ot t 0L S Tltnonv SPAISSIES, & Co. art, Geeon- . ____ Sndersigned will advance on t.., f the presetf seat-o's clip 3Aýarcso', RAE O ,, WOOL.Co tIE uersitgned cii purchaser r alacelo n Dwo n , & Co. WOOL. ; .'Jrt, Nov!O 4 5. HiE undersigned il purchanse or tate cash advances on wool of the g ci.*F Wtesenlsea-?°us clip. - J tACssN, &+ ? Co,, .-Wool stored, cPased, 313paicked, -ed an modart trm. 215 WOOL. HE undersigned will purchase or datce Wdvancesn alloo.l of he g Clip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUctIOn Turnsnar, PFn. 26. By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Oats, &c. Fat,'e , Fea. 27. By J. G. Carr, at 11, Drapery, Furnitur, B ot-, Stock-in- Trade of a Go!d Did. ding Company, &.c. Fv J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, Carg the Mary Jane, lionm Sydney. goof By O'Farrell and Sun, at 12, Horss pigs, drays, &c. MoIsNAY, IsT MARCH. By J. G. Carr, at i, Town Allotmen's. TusnDAY, MaRcu 2. Bi J G Carr, at 1, S tone-built Hcuse, ThEA THE ROYAL GEELONG. aUnder the sole management of Jjr Deering. THIS EVENING, FEB. 26, The Performances will commence with the drat-a of THE DENO UNCER ; OR, THE The three Thieves and the Seren Clerks. Claude, the Denouncer .. Mr Turner Song....Mrs Webster Dance ............. Mrs Stubbs THE YANKiEE MINSTRELS. To conclude with a laugable Farce, e titled A Good Night's Rest. Mr Snobbington Mr Hasker The Stranger Mr Holloway. 3R1. HYDES, Thecelebrated Comedian and Sydney Favourite is engaged for a limited number of nights. Box...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

CHINA. One of the chiefs of the rebel army, Fong wing-san, a man of areat skill and wisdom, and well verosel in Astronomy and Geography, is a natire of the Fa district of the Canton Province. In oi'er to injure him in the moat severe man ner, the Governor General directed the appoint ment of a rommission to proceed to his native vil!ane, and there destroy the tombs of his an cestry, which was duly effected, and on the 20th ultino, the grave desecrating body retrned to Canton, bearin~ with them the wife and two sols of the said Fon-win-san. It was reported j in Canton, when they were brought in, that it i was Tien-teb's familv who had been captured; but Tien-teh aIs hlr-n a memberof so manvelans i that we are disposed t9 think the great body of the rephls are in ienorance who the holder of the I iesianara'n really is. Perhaps Tien-te " hea ven'. virti" applie. to a cabal, and when they have su:cceled in their designs, the strongest of the hbodvs ill take the throne. Tien-teh has at v...

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AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

AUSTRLI A. Tne following extract is from the London Timnes : " One hundred and fifty Vyear after the formen tion of our principal plhmtations in North Ame rica, the scene of a common wrong and a common danger drove thirteen loyal English communities most reluctantly to form themselves into a Congress for mutual defence and protec tion. The hint was not taken, the same rash and overbearing- polic was persisted in, the wisdom of Burke end the eloquence of Chathan? were poured forth in vain, the stars of our ascendancy gradually waned, and a dominion planted hb our hants, an empire boundless in extent, frtiliht, 'and natural resources, the proudest exploit of the nation, the noblest proof i and offspring of our civilisation, was violentl rent from us for ever. One would have thought that so signal and disgraceful a calamity, so ter rihle an exception to that career of prosperity with which we have been blessed, would have made an indelible impression on. the then pre sent and all futur...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

CO?EllJlCLAL IN'TELLIG ECE. The 3Melbourne price of groldl ma be quoted at £3 2* per ounce. £3 3s wua obtained at Tennent's auction room, ;):It other sles of some extent were ef&eted at E3 Is 9Id, bT7 r Herring, adaotber?; no th.s; tbe average prms, as near us re can ex[leaLte, after de?acting ioction duty, will be as above. Foariosn, Fnsaner !3.-First fnur, Lia per 2000 Uon.; seconl ditto £19 per ditto. LAuscesroT.--lu ines is in a very unsettled and fluctuating state, which conilt lh consi dered a healthy condition of afilrs. Lilour still remains at £13 per ton, iotitlhtanding the shipments of last wek. There is bow, however, very'little old wheat in toe market. Wiheot is 5-. per bushel; oant rein ll sttionary ; bay is 40i per ton loose, and £4 presedl ; putrato, £4 I toi. £'5 per ton. Gold his not, realise more than £3 a Os d per oz. Gener.hlyw leaking, in most produce, holders are very firm, and buoers timid. r'nn.L.r Town, FrB. 13.--'hcnt is t from 5I to 5s 31 p."" h"I ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

:''.rE most remarkable circumstance in ','e present position of England is the '*ct tlat darinr the last twelve manu,.fs ;:ts affair have been administered by a zovernment nota whit more cffcient or -'sec3abla lai n our own local govrn : t.e- in Vict;iria. There is in fact a :1-I lel sniilarity between the two. The ;Zairs of a nati-in can go on very well ~: :'a t'me under su.h governments.oreven vi.hout a gvrernment at all, moving r4it1h the s-mentum received at a former iprioa!; but the maýcinery son requires p'ii.ding up, and unless statesmen of i oare ability, skill, and power than the ,present cabUiet ministers come forward to iazse the nnaal affairs, they will as sredi s-fer retrogression. Almost the nILoI, of the !ast session of parliament ýwav spent in passing an act which the xecuitive Zovernment (?) have ceterniu pil sLall n ot b enf;orced ! There is some 'thiug perrectly S Latrobian" in sach a narocedure. I n'e sýe nothing in the papers about etac rumoured deportation of t...

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