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

ASSISTED E.ICGRATON. ,Mr Leslie Fester has aldressed the followino letter to the Land and Emigration Commis ioners:- "llsrlington hntel, 21st June, 1851. "Ga sLnnt.n.-It has always been eosliderel of great importance that eniigrants should as fr as possible defray the expense of their pas s:ge to Auntralia, but as yet it has been found praeteally imijssib!o to enforea it; ina:entich as for the most part, they are Iefore theirde partunre fro?mt this country unable to pay, aul after their arrival in the colounie, althounh their ability is undoubtei, the will to repay any ad vauce is tea often found wuting I would beag to call your attention to the foilowing pran, by which it appears to me that a very !arge portion of any money r?lvanced to them might be re cover;e Let every emigrant, on embarking at Ply mouth, sign a promassory note fir whatever surn may be hdecided upnon by th!e Commissiaos. The ntie should specify at wshat time after arrival it shilid becom:e 1;utabve. I uroant s, h...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

sUP; ?i FE COURT. CI;rL SITTIGS., TnnEs will calnnenee on Ionldr next, lwhen ,?iong;PE in the llowing undedared ca5es war be a_5eeaed. Ferrcrs and another v. O'Cock: Attorney for the plaintiff,-Mr anBeckett. Young v. uool ; Attorney for the plaintiff, AMr Dunbar. (Before a special jury of feor, to be tried on Mrch 2 ) Brodie v. Booth: Attorney for plaintiff, 3r G. S. W. Home ; for defendant, Mr Bennett, Page v. Andereon: Attorney for plaintiff, 3r J. 31. Smith; for defenent, M3r Cunnington. Rloycrft a. Say r Attorney fir plaintiff, Mr a'Jeckett; for defendant, 3Mr t. 51 Smid,. Glss v. Shaw r Attorney fr plhiatiff, air ?.'Bnkett ; for defendant, Mr Trenelardl. enir;con v, 3Jlackburna: A'tora'y for rlainrii? M .r nBeckett; ,ridefondant, Mr DrUe. T?:ter and nnother v, Skinner: Attmrney for plaie~i, 3r l)Dne; for doefndant, Mr cMil!;. Areer r. Lorvelr.: Actorney for pl4?ntiff MAr lnre ; far d.rfe?lnat, Mr Daa?atr. DtAerain v. lilur?eknrr : Astorney fu.r pliriff,t itr Tren;hard; for defe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

GEELONO. A Special Court of Petty Seosions will be Iehd atb heConrt fouse Geelong, orA 'Tuesdla tbo 2nd March at 12 o'elock to enterfain sppliedtinas for the trasfer of ublicans' lieenes. The fAl Ioving I:oti.ls of applieation hare been given in. Ellen Gibbons, for the transfer of the Bridge Inre, fntsh Groloner from the late aMr Geomge iblhnns ; Charles Middletnn for the transfer of the Yoon Queen Inn, South Geelong from Mr Ei.arnl WaifurtL EIlward Carter Iiolmes, for rhe tranufer of the Settlers Arms Inn, River Lfeigl, from Arthur E-.xn, George Jewell for the Ltradfer of the Frremaon's Tavern, 3flop oroot, Geelong, from t Mr Welter Hobson. Jatmes S.:iitb, for the tranrsf.r of the SLKg ann, lan;:!s Iris blurro?ol-street, GirEong, from lfr Jomes Wasllne. Henury Elrms, for the transfer of the oydvl Ifotel, 3fa1ppatrcet Geeleno , front Mr .loti Olive. Crnax or RaurEs5, OotrLOor.-This Court s?ill Iw oe'nd orn o icr,;n.l next, far the tran~oae riouo If msinel.. We tnleretaud there are :...

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THE KAFFIR WAR GLOOMY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

THE KAFFIR WAIt GLO O-IT I:TELLIGP NCE. Th ePort ..lins Commercial Gazette, 15th De cember, thus comments on the di.astrous IKatir lar :- The late eng'oatement with the Ka?irs. and the ritorted stecess of our arms mrst not le.ad us into the error of sup ~osing the war is about to be brought to a termination. On the con trary, after pernsin= the accoonts from the borders, we look on the position of afiirs asI most pree.trios. The chiefa said to Le friendly are now unitri- with the hostile KMIlirs, al a teneral confederter:mongs: th.emi?appr!ehe: !e 1. It comes to this, if y"-u do not put down the Kdtiir by incretaed force and more determinel movemenrs, the Kl flir will put you drown and over-rin the remaining halfof the eoiny not vet desolated. It is no use to muince the nantter; a war of exterrtina.timt is the most unmane war, no other ehaiois now left Iut. that, or to abandon the coelon. It is f.'lv to hope that the Katlir's stock of ammuniti,.t will be eh:aunsed ; ther find eani o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday the 25th February. Before his Worship the Mayor and Captain Fester Fyans. PROFANE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

POLICE OFFICE. Wedneslav the 25th February. Before his Worahip the laoer and Captain Fcster Frans. PROFAN u LACG'IGE. John Blturte, s'enard of the Vanguadn. a decently dres.i man, wR:s placed before the magitriaes, charged by the Chief Consralle with naing onesene and profane language in the theatre on the previona evening. 3Mr.Carmean stuteod that on Tuleia evening he wan called up-n to quall a distnrrnmee at the th?atre, wlilst so doi:lt he apprl;eaded the dfe?.:ltat, who Woe en teed in a .entie tlla h another party, and vociferating at the roap of his voie. lan..tage that is unfit fr putlIc.ion. ilc a -c fined 50s or one month's imlri-.lme.it. IDLE AND DSOtRDERLY. Jntr.e and Ii ry Carrel, two very younn men. were placel hfyore the sitting magistrates, charrel Ir the Chief Constable ithl being idle and 'dis;oierly characters, and following no isihle lawful means in obtaning their living. HMr. Carman stated that these two men usually cangregatedt ith others at the door or entranee ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

VAN DU7.![EN'S LAND. "TRE CtsT.?us BILL.-After a lorn a?n ani- I mated .lis.arsioa the Bill for the better re-lda tion of the Customs was yestenlrv read a third time and passed. The royal assent, as a measure of necessity, was at once given, in the usual way, and the biil is now the law.' It is a vary diff? rent meaure from that oriiinally proposed by the government, the tariff being now rninSn.l to a few nee?--aries of life, in-:es-l of incin.,inz the laxnuriee of rhb richb,n.l :dtIhr?gh there is no doul t it awi fa'l heavry n: the sn:telirng agri calturist Sand the h rn!orkina lhuiorer, they mtaSt not complain as the duties will be easier callecte l "-Adrrtier. GoVERNons DPEst-os, AND Li TRano.-It seems that Lienterant-Gareruor Denison has written a dispatch to Lieutenant Governor La TroLe, hoping that the latter functionary will not entertain the application for government emp!ov in the province of Victoria, of any one who has entdacoared to embarrasa the govern metit of Vtan Die...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

COUiSTfTP I? NT Nf STORES FOlSALE. T ~F- HOPKINS JNN dia STORE situted on the mainr road to,Port land .noy .c: cc;p ed bh'I Jo'n Fr'rll. The ius0:er s of the i:a is ex'-nsirei,-~: insures i fortune to tie puro£iser. The shIatut i.= cCn:rcT, a ttJ ,fers !n excel lent opp,-rtonity for -n extensive store busiuess. Apply to (Gt:.o\ & Ctsnz., Geeloig. Geelneg, -n. 13tIh, 1852. TO -LET, .'iWi'1O Ho,ss:s' contaiaiog five rooms Seach, in tha iuest healthy part- of thle town.. Apply to . ALErzvEuE SATss, ' :: ,g rrah .al-ntreet.. r to LET, furile.d, ;or iii :r twiee? I months,' WOODSTOCK iHIUSI;, containing dining room; drawing room 24 ffelbyG, ?ith o?e oif Cll?id :?id Co' best pianos ?neswly in;:p:rt:e?) four ibed roons, -trrvant;' room-: reii-fitted sore, detatcid kitc? n, stable =i coach houtie garden "- f tiEree acres -e-tock.ed with fruit a -ndr tables. The itu-ati' n is beautiful sand hebrthy, a .narter of a mile from the -E.glish Church. Also 40 LOTS of L, ND near the a-ove re...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

31EMFLBOURNE. A private letter, received in 31elhbnrne, a few days ago, slates it 'r.x, very c?rrently r.ln con fiently r,:mocred in Dnblin, that ?}r O'Connell had received from the Wl;izs a high government appointment in New South Wa!es. What the SEppointmnenL" is we bare not learned, hut there c.m be no doubt thtt tlhe Whigs are deeply in debted to Mr O'Connell for the ea Kcint support rerlere.l them hr Lis father for several years be fvre his death. ~Ir John O'Connel is a member of the Irish bar, but never enjredal an onsider abL? auoannt of pr:ectice, his time and abilities having been prianclmlvy devoted to a. life of poiit-cal s;e:laton. which he h-soulr very lately abar,!e ri.-f -lersl.L " fne B??rs GtoL BCTErS -No little scn-a tion has ben erente'l in the gold market by the nnr:ou:-ement from Sy.!::ey, that the Banks in tend to cease admfvirtg on grod, and t Conticr the nm-rk-t on their own CAermnr. This step, amonmrin" anlmost to an entire monopoly of the 1g:d market, is on...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

1ri. "., schjner, 4 tour, TLhoas Lewis, fou l L . rD Otr. G. 7e1Ie, scboner, 25 tohq, Char!es Tanner, ~ ~r '-blurne rr S.1ZED "w {' dRie for MIeLoarne. Per Arent -R4 sheets lalmuiiL l iron. S4 ae Alex and Co. 4 casks white lend. tain, ; 5 I. nailg 7 bnnd1..a smnha, 2 cages hardrare. 3 ;l. I. Reed and Co.; 2 casen snaddlern. 22 iron 2 ntn cases hardware, 2 cases "aniane iron, EXP ORznT - Per l~nselle.-.69 bales cool.PR~S

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

- ' ;L1" - -... ?Z,ý Forfa.35 , e'''-'-,e, '.an-I 7 1 \D Fit- G IE LO G , 1 r hrf e on , ,cratirj ;,·Time. ,,et Monday net, te. r .. 1irsda "ad atuday mson at a \ Ir e -o ,-u i ris vessi l will not tow'-on 'her :ag es. Go?.e . D. Com, d - Wharf. aPURr ASLT . STEAMER. aetween ilenbouare and Gee long. r- ( ', cvoe team.er leaves the Geelong ' l rf f'r Melbourne every Mioo .:, t1 r .-dar , vnd Friday morning', 9 pteciseliy, returning every 1erli . . errro` & Co., r Geelong agents. y?rrr- st, ee, J n. I, 1552.. 4 _1'iT 0 A ND F1R31 LUN' CESTON. qri I "CIT .OF MEL . ECURNE 'ill continue, ..er tips as usual-leaving Mel- i e, :,15h, and25th of each month; T, -:mc-st-n, 10th, 20Gh, and 30th. ". 1il" u,,t lay up as advertised to "e 2!era'ions, it -having been repre ",'ed ;tea .;dis:oirtmentto many should snot keep her usual regularity.+ Gzoaca WAnD Coaz. 716rfC ; :.,: I851. 133 FOR LONDON. T laad in fobsor.'s Biay. Si! E pirulid A t ship 7?4 t7ns register, William l-?i:0on Lamennd, c...

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

SPOROTLAND. SAnsvaE.-E- inton, from Port FTiry. Red TurePr, from 3!'Mn , i 23e. ! TLIURSDAY 31INTI-G. P 8i.

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MELBOURNE. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

M ELBOURNE. CLEI&ED nOrT. 1 tirriette Nathan, harnie, for tuncpiton. isa-naerr-l-Teirs Kal1niei. Smith, Clark, i o.eS. Maiuis, SJanders, Buck, Westbury, Spratt, i:nl Hait.r P'bebe, 'snoa pr. for Srdnyr, in bllast. a 'a.ienrs--31r 1iBrien and Miss ?IM'Ken, and , ight in the ostpeege. ; t:aii of Erin, h:rque, for itohrt Town. a is?-engers--~srs Thom?on and O'Connor. S POJECT.D DEPARTCEES. SE nnater. for Lonlon, in a few dan. 'homas Hnahes, for London,, on Thur-sday SNelsor, for London, on Thnrsdar. SVan'-.r2, for Lonlon, on ThrooAiy. SSria, for .ondon. io-morrow. L o. nrtlhumberlandl for London, on Thursday. SWellinton, for L..omon, in a few d.ar. Shatrock, seamer. for SrY-ler, on Titaroad . ; I),' e of Iblford, far Adelade, on Thursday: t-iro e Ptcket, for Srdlney, on Thursiday. h t'LbE, for Svdner. on Thurayr. L· nEXPORTS. ' Per I's'ette Saban.-320 sheep, Benjit um. wIs. I SPer Mai of Eris.-Part of oriinal cargo e rOm tho '.-,ritius.

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

BIRTH. At her residence, Ryrie-street, on the 25th February, the lady of Edward Willis, Esq., of a daughter.  

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FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS. 21st Feb., 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 26 February 1852

FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS. (From our own Correspondent.) 21st Feb., 1852. Evrer since these diggings began the opinion has been repeated, ai taneeanm, ! tiat t!:ey must step very shortly f.r want Swaler, not olcI for gold vt.r.Bg, but eecn for sstaini.ag life. Y,.nj c-rres 'poident among others, has been thus de ceived, but the indomitable perseverance Sand eneigy of the diggers triumph over! every obstacle; if one hole dries up they I sink it deeper; that gone, they sink an other, and it is a fact that there is more arailable water at most parts of the creek now, tnan a month ago; one flat about a qzarter of a mile below the Post Office is exceedingly well adapted for water holes - many of them furnish better water for drinking than the Barwon or tie Yarra. Operations go on steadily, some stick to the old spots, Golden Point has now about a hundred votaries, some of whom depend entirely on "fossicking" in de- serted holes, -the discovery of a parti- tion, yet undermined is sometimes qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

CCOUNTRY INN AND STORES FOR SALE. ITE HOPKINS INN and sroRE situated on the main road to Port. land, now occupied by Mr John Farrell. The business of the Inn is extensive,zand insures a fortune to the purchaser. The situation is central, and offers an excel lent opportunity for an extensive store business. Apply to GsIsors & CaRL;, Geelong. Geelong," Jan. 13th, 1852. . TO LET, p O Houses containing five rooms each, in the most heatlhy part of the town. Apply to ALEXANDER SArus, HIarrabool-street. r1O LET, furnished, for six or twelve months, WOODSTOCK HOUSE, containing dining room, drawing room 24 feet by 16, with one of Collard and Co's best pianos (nrewly imported) four bed rooms, servant's rosm, a well-fitted store, detatched kitchen, stable and coach house, garden 4,f three acres well stocked withfmuit and vegetables. The situation is.beautiful and heathy, a quarter of a mile from the English Church, Also 40 LOTS of LAND near the above residence. Apply to T. II. MARSHALL...

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INSTRUCTIONS TO COMMANDERS AND MATES FOR THE STOWAGE OF MIXED CARGOES, PREPARED BY HENRY C. CHAPMAN & CO. AGENTS FOR LLOYD'S LIVERPOOL, APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED BY THE COMMITTEE FOR MANAGING THE AFFAIRS OF LLOYD'S. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

IFSi-rCTIONS TO IO FD3.NDERS AND MITES FOIL TI-L STOWAGi , OF IfIXED Cll;OFES. Pill PARED B RYEILYC CHIAPFIA" tc CO. AGE?TS FOi L.07D'5. LIVERPOOL, APPROVED AND ILECOTIIEE DED BY TiEi COldITIfLEE FOIL AN.XAGING THE FPP-AIR OP LFLJYD'S. L-Owere, Clmmanders, and Moles of tdIps are oro Fder?| In Isw in the sa. slitat!inn as elmmoncarrirso; o is wrckfore necnsaroy that all de preoRations heraken to reeonve and stow argoes In eod order. and dellier l?e came in like c?n. order. The lie holds the Shllp orrrr ilble for lthe safe eneldy orf liw oonds lhen pro perly and Ially recirved on bourd in gooI norder, and for Lho "Elio r,'." to partirr plorudirn lthe bl; of lal Ing. The Capllin's Ilank bill of )odlir s?ihs:d he re cdrt;ld by tle Ware ?onor Kepere or prson nutlHrloed to receive t1e 01atent5. O1ods are not unlrfp esrly entl a'o:~gnLe In it dnnmiel Et , l ,o, Ilelrer of In deally eevl, to the CarDtan by the tbilpers for ilr irng In good order ar:i eondition;. Uhis is lilnlib mone nor l i...

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"WHICH IS THE BEST WAY OF TESTING A BLADE?" [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

s ziC c Is ' 3c. iLr AT ors TrunG A rc..A2?"-t'.e thd in car -rieod, ;ies an. Querin, an article with Ilhe caboe thi.e. Ti;y iromruea-i v1 -cc ?l:n?s--sucrli_ p-e-sin linm; wi:llt n yourscrer;oIt upon .r. I ea bdck, and Lk?cin,g Hil. aucio lt .he firn arn:e as hard as yoa can; a:d duattnmr'imn up by br" arict a IGlwe:t bs 1 .5 a r up-n li side, and a rulitudle of other agreenbie ti-ts, nhli'oh oe shnuiil to very tnry to apply to any * blae" of e-r arqInirt arm., Tie are variens aars or riain l ai ade. Fni can al him to stand se, uri'y at a loan Eie. IIf h shrin~, he is net a p.od bl? e bI-sa eit war, how enor, I; to ;try hfm iia h n csd bid. If Cte ti-l is a wry hb any cue, ind yo., BId Ithat, ithliut unuch pres irl; the bluade itc? way yq clrty, and atlaws you to) ma:e a lIneti f clhim by p ttrind his name tc the bill, and mtoreover tate's up the i-ll whonit becom s iJe, yo? maa cnanler it a very fair test ifuded, are, Ihat ycur bide moot be a Orst-rat.one for na turntiny r tstr, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

r OOL 1=D7LA4LOWI.. S.nsied will-ourchase or S1'. 0 0 I; ' Wool1 and T'alow. t 1, var)y 01i1852. M- i WOO AND TALLOW ;t ned is a purchaser of i~ ,li ?a produce, or will mnke sh es tereoo, consigned to his corh ?O,,?el in London. r ' Ai.EANDR Witsx, Flinderis Street, gWest of Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Janu.ry 16, 1852 "1 - TALLOW . A iE ,,rers of Messrs. Dunsford and SCu,, arra-street, are open for the -eetiol of .'OO0L. and other produce , tiora classing, packing, and h r jst on uderate terms. TP. 1B. IUTTON & CO. So ,.ction aalesof Produce at the ;e epot, ,n Tuesdays and Fridays. 5 V ...., 401 ^y^^ ^ LDirCOL AYD TALLOW. ,?i n der'igned will purchase, or i1 e advances on colonial produce, coined to their friends in London Gee!ong and Melloorne SSR R ROBINSON and Co., Sb to inform Merchants, Agents, ,t others, in Geelong and Mel ourne, .tht the? are pepared to receive C:locial ,d,,,c, and all kinds of merchandize ato their Stores for hocsin; or ship ment, on reasonable ter...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION FRIDAY, FEB. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

AB3STlA.CT OF S.1 LES BY AUCTION FRIaxY, Fen. 27. By J. G. Carr, at 11, Drajery, Furiiture, B ot-, St-ck-in- l'rade of a Gold Dig ging Com pany, Knives and Forks, &c. Br J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, Cargo of the Mary Jane, from Sydney; subur ban lot By O'Farrell and Son, at 12, Horses, pigs, drays, &c. By Civer & Dalton, at 11, Sheepskins, and ta!ow. lo?eArP, lsr MIancte. By J. G. Carr, at I, Torwa Aliotmen's. Tussnms, MAacnt 2. By J. G Carr, at I, Stone-built House, TnuRSDAY, SlaRCe 4. By J. B- Hutton & Co., at 12, L-asehold property. TIfEATRE ROYAL, GEODXG. Under the sole management of Mr Deering. TIS 'VENING, FEB. 27, The Performances will commence with the farce of AK AL.ARJIING SAORIFICE! Characters by the company. Comic ong..... M.r. tieadows. Song .. v r Holloway. To be fellowed by the Vaudeville, enti tled A SILENXT WOMAN. The Silent Woman...lfrs. Deering. After which, the five YANKEC MIINSTRELS. Will sing some of their most popular felodies. ...

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CAPE OTWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 27 February 1852

CAPE OvCTwY.--Several parties have returned from the south-west, having feiled in discovering thelocality of alleged diggings. We are not suprisel'at this their want of success proves nothing, fir the Cape Otway country is the wildest and most hbwildering in the colony, and no one should venture into it witheut a guide or the most circumstanti:l iinfr motion. We believe that all the parties which-started after the first lot, Iept tco near the coast, and from comparing di.'er ent experieuces, there issirong reason to believe that the knowing rxp?orers will he found at work in the W\er nbete ante:, to the south of Mr. iHoekins station. The feliibrand River, which takes its rise a I.to farther west, on the south side of the dividing range, within two miles of the place where the x-rwon rises on the northern slope, runs through a s=tcession of quartz gullies andranges, and has been spoken of as likely to be a elden river. It disembotnes near Moon li ,ht iTead, between Cape Otway and War...

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