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Advertising (Advertising), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Thursday 21 September 1848 page Advertising 2014-11-27 14:15 are to be d-spatched on the days and
either according to the present arrange
stages, and to propose the mode of convey
ance; but on all ro ds where wheel
vehicles can travel, a preference Aill be
contractors will be held strictly beund to
travel at the rate agreed upon. Therate
and dry coverings for the bags on horse
the conveyance of any letter or packet by t
at, under penalty of 5 for each and esery
Contractors will be liable to a fine ofl
fire shillings for every five minutes delay
delay after the specified timoe of arrival,
to assign any partion of their contractt
without consent of the Chief Post
horses, not more than six passengers ex
clusive of the dri:er, under the penalty
All vehicl-s and horses employed in
times subject to the inspection and ap
or person appointed by him for that pur
two respectable and solvent persons, en
gaging to enter into a bond with the con
are to be despatched on the days and
either according to the present arrange-
stages, and to propose the mode of convey-
ance; but on all roads where wheel
vehicles can travel, a preference will be
contractors will be held strictly bound to
travel at the rate agreed upon. The rate
and dry coverings for the bags on horse-
the conveyance of any letter or packet by
at, under penalty of 5 for each and every
Contractors will be liable to a fine of
five shillings for every five minutes delay
delay after the specified time of arrival,
to assign any portion of their contract
without consent of the Chief Post-
horses, not more than six passengers ex-
clusive of the driver, under the penalty
All vehicles and horses employed in
times subject to the inspection and ap-
or person appointed by him for that pur-
two respectable and solvent persons, en-
gaging to enter into a bond with the con-
Advertising (Advertising), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Thursday 21 September 1848 page Advertising 2014-11-27 14:11 C ONVEYANCE beint required for,
from the Ist January, 1849, persons dis
'writing, to this Ofice, by or before twelve
o'clock on Monday, the 'G:h day of Oc.
tober next, endorsed, "Tlender for con
reyance of Mails," viz :
Front and to Melbourne and Portland,
CONVEYANCE being required for
from the 1st January, 1849, persons dis-
writing, to this Office, by or before twelve
o'clock on Monday, the 16th day of Oc-
tober next, endorsed, "Tender for con-
reyance of Mails," viz.:-
From and to Melbourne and Portland,
Advertising (Advertising), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Thursday 21 September 1848 page Advertising 2014-11-27 14:07 ceduon, once a week.
cedon, once a week.
Advertising (Advertising), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Thursday 21 September 1848 page Advertising 2014-11-27 14:06 Front and to Melbourne and Mount Ma
From and to Melbourne and Mount Ma-
NEW POST OFFICES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Melbourne Argus (Vic. : 1846 - 1848), Friday 28 July 1848 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-11-27 13:57 given accordingly, viz. :
At Mount Alexander ; Samuel Hawkings,
the Loddon River ; W. H., Johnson,
given accordingly, viz.:
At Mount Alexander; Samuel Hawkings,
the Loddon River; W. H. Johnson,
MELBOURNE. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Saturday 7 July 1849 page Article 2014-11-27 13:43 ABORIGINAL CONFLICT. - I have been in
ABORIGINAL CONFLICT. - I have been in-
MELBOURNE. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Saturday 7 July 1849 page Article 2014-11-27 13:42 day, however important thre intelligence they
papers than in any other similar well regu
lateld establishment, having the interests of
illiberal and unjust to impute anyblame to
endeavouring to condu;t the business of his
of. It should be remembered that our popu
ilation is fast increasing, and to meet the con
ost office establishment should be increased
'enience of the public, the strength of the
sn the same ratio, but it would be preposter
SALE OF Station.--Mssrs Bear and Son
depasture 181000 sheep, together with nearly
kitchen, mens' huts, good stabling, grass 'and
was the purchaser, at 7s. Id. for the sheep, per
head. The terms were £500 on thesfallof
the hammer, £1,500 on taking possession, of
and two .years, bearing bank interest, and
secured oh the stock in the usual manner.
There were about forty peosons present, and
auctioneer mentioned that the wool pro
duced, on this station, realised Is. 5d. per lb.
lower. Hlie also mentioned that two stations,
ABORIGINAL CONFLICT.-I have been in
of the other tribe, which led to the recent con
and bring them to punishment for their crimes,
acting with so little advantage the " want of
upon the exorbitant exactions of the pawn
day, however important the intelligence they
papers than in any other similar well regu-
lated establishment, having the interests of
illiberal and unjust to impute any blame to
endeavouring to conduct the business of his
of. It should be remembered that our popu-
ilation is fast increasing, and to meet the con-
post office establishment should be increased
enience of the public, the strength of the
in the same ratio, but it would be preposter-
SALE OF STATION. - Messrs Bear and Son
depasture 18,000 sheep, together with nearly
kitchen, mens' huts, good stabling, grass and
was the purchaser, at 7s. 1d. for the sheep, per
head. The terms were £500 on the fall of
the hammer, £1,500 on taking possession of
and two years, bearing bank interest, and
secured on the stock in the usual manner.
There were about forty persons present, and
auctioneer mentioned that the wool pro-
duced, on this station, realised 1s. 5d. per lb.
lower. He also mentioned that two stations,
ABORIGINAL CONFLICT. - I have been in
of the other tribe, which led to the recent con-
and bring them to punishment for their crimes.
acting with so little advantage the "want of
upon the exorbitant exactions of the pawn-
PORT PHILLIP. Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 27th Sept., 1848. CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LAND BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. WESTERN PORT DISTRICT. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 26 September 1848 page Article 2014-11-27 13:28 Estimated area—20,000 arces
Estimated area—20,000 acres
OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] CASTLEMAINE, TUESDAY. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 19 May 1897 page Article 2014-11-25 16:47 OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. . v
respected resident of thei town, Mr W.Roden (Rowden?)
the - Messrs. Muirhead, had the misfortune,  
while dressing cattle on Saturday- morning,-to
'who was too ill to attend to him. Dr. Hill, on
being called.in, recognised the case to be very
malignant, and notwithstanding virorous treat-.
ment the blood poisonnig spread with great
hospital, and shortly alter admittance expired
Deceased, who was .56 years of age leaves
OUR COUNTRY SERVICE.
respected resident of the town, Mr W. Boden
the Messrs. Muirhead, had the misfortune,  
while dressing cattle on Saturday morning, to
who was too ill to attend to him. Dr. Hill, on
being called in, recognised the case to be very
malignant, and notwithstanding vigorous treat-
ment the blood poisoning spread with great
hospital, and shortly after admittance expired
Deceased, who was 56 years of age leaves
Advertising (Advertising), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 28 April 1880 page Advertising 2014-11-25 15:57 : FARMING STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS, &c.
"| MACPHERSON and CO. have received
I i» instructions from R. Moorhead, Esq., to
early d to.
38Sa. 2r. of Freehold Land;
lf-2a. Leasehold Land.
Full particulars will be given in future adver
tisements. .
, SATURDAY, 1st MAY, •
FARMING STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS, &c.
MACPHERSON and CO. have received
instructions from R. Moorhead, Esq., to
early date.
388a. 2r. of Freehold Land;
182a. Leasehold Land.
Full particulars will be given in future adver-
tisements.
SATURDAY, 1st MAY,

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