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HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!

HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!

and PILLS s h ou ld OINTMENT be the Gold Digger's Companion. Extract of a letter from J. Thom as , at the Gold Diggings, Mount Alexander, to I'rofessor Holloway :—" sir,—lt is a positive fact, that almost every individual who arrives here suffers from sore eyes, occasioned by an
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
2„0,,5E R,

2„0,,5E R,

rrinted by JOHN Sucn, of No. 1, Norman-terrace, Wandsworth-road, in the county of Surrey, Printer, at his No. 29, Budge-row, Watlingstreet, in the parish Of St. Antholin, in the city of London; and published by Uglier KJNG, 120, Fleet -street, in the parish of St. Wide, 1i the !
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
ALARGE OPENING to a CARPET AG has always been demanded, but never obtained.—J. W. tuid T. ALLEN, Trunk, Portmanteau, and

ALARGE OPENING to a CARPET AG has always been demanded, but never obtained.—J. W. tuid T. ALLEN, Trunk, Portmanteau, and

Despatch Box Manufacturers , have now cceeded in producing a TRAVELLING BAG,. t he opening of which is as large as the bag itself, thus affording facility packing quickly and sm oo thl y than any other bag in existence. Illustrated catalogues gratis. J. W. an T. Allen, 18 and 22
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
rAmiLy COLONIZATION SOCIETY. A_ (ORIGINATED BY MRS. CHISHOLM.)

rAmiLy COLONIZATION SOCIETY. A_ (ORIGINATED BY MRS. CHISHOLM.)

- GENERAL COMMITTEE. 1 - The Right Hon. the Earl of SHAFTESBURY. The Right Hon. SIDNEY HERBERT. M.P. The Right Hon. R. VERNON SMITH, M.P. . . . W. iIIONSELL, Esq. M.P. John Tidd Pratt; Esq. . !T. A. Jackson, Esq. .. F. G. P. Nelson, Esq. . .1). Q. Henr,ignez, Esq. . . Charle.,s,
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
'here Loading.

'here Loading.

'Vriendschap . Sarah Sands (at.) . Wandsworth... . Woodstock ... . Resolute . Lord Delaval Hope . ~. • John Melhuish Claya . Symes Nehaleinaia Stebonheath Franziska Undine Hoogley Conicliu; Hntinan Carnatic Camilla Barrackpore Janet Mitchell Progress Arg - o Catherine Mitchell .
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
GUIDE FOR AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANTS. ARRIVAL AT THE DIGGINGS.

GUIDE FOR AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANTS. ARRIVAL AT THE DIGGINGS.

Employment is generally immediately offered, according to the capabilities of the emigrant. This is often done on board the ship, before the foot of the passenger touches the soil of his newly adopted country. Many persons choose not to take situations until they have "looked ab
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

On the 7th inst., at Acton. IfenrY Rich, eq., M.P., to Julia, youngest daughter of the late Rev. James Tomkinson, of Dorfleld-hall. On the 7th inst., at South Elkington, near Louth, Stephen Cave, esq., eldest son of D. Cave, esq., of Cleve-hill, Gloucestershire, to Emma Jane, el
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
tUSTRALIA and the GOLD REGIONS.— i TIIOMPSON, BROTHERS, dispatch, every Ten Days, a regular line of first-class SHIPS to PORT

tUSTRALIA and the GOLD REGIONS.— i TIIOMPSON, BROTHERS, dispatch, every Ten Days, a regular line of first-class SHIPS to PORT

PHILIP and SYDNEY. Passage money only £l4 or £15,.n0 advance having been made by them. Immediate aPPlication is necessary to secure good accommodation. Apply to Thompson, Brothers, 1, Riches-court, Lime-street, City.
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO PARTIES COMMENCING BUSINESS.-J. J. -I- FORD has several HOUSES with CAPITAL SHOPS (two of them very commanding corner ones)

TO PARTIES COMMENCING BUSINESS.-J. J. -I- FORD has several HOUSES with CAPITAL SHOPS (two of them very commanding corner ones)

TO BE LET, in a highly respectable neighbourhood ; rent from £26 to £4O per annum. The above will be found worth the attention of persons with small capital and of business habits. Among the above there good openings for a Butcher, Baker, Greengrocer, Teadealer, Oil and Colorman
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
the water, 'No. 3, twelve o'clock, all's right.' Then a dead silence for a short time, broken perhaps by the

the water, 'No. 3, twelve o'clock, all's right.' Then a dead silence for a short time, broken perhaps by the

-conversation in an under tone of the occupants of the neighbouring tent, the deep bark of a beautiful bloodhound belonging to one of the officers, or the half-chattering, half warbling of the magpies, who sing through the night when it is moonlight. As soon as it was light 'Saw
September 18, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England