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STRUGGLES FOR COLONISATION.—No. IL BY CAROLINE CILISROLIC.

STRUGGLES FOR COLONISATION.—No. IL BY CAROLINE CILISROLIC.

A pauper who had been sent out never appeared in the office until he had been three months in the colony; nor would he then, but that he was struck off rations and turned out of the tents; he then came to me, looking as idle, miserable and wretched as he could make hirnsey: "If
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE EDITOR'S BOX.

THE EDITOR'S BOX.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE "GOLDEN TIMES." Sir,—Will you have the kindness to lay before the public the wrongs of a few working men who have applied to the commissioners for a passage to Australi4. We applied at Park-street, they give us a form to be filled up and returned to that off
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Your Humble Servant, 10, Plumber's-street, City-road, Sept. 8. 'CIKARLES HALL.

Your Humble Servant, 10, Plumber's-street, City-road, Sept. 8. 'CIKARLES HALL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE "GOLDEN TIMES." Sir,—You are always ready to rouse the general ear if a clear case of grievance can be made out. Let me tell my tale ; no solitary one, I fear, or there would be less need that it should be told. A poor man married, and had half a dozen young
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO THOSE WHO DO NOT INTEND TO EMIGRATE.—J. J. FORD has received instructions to dispose of a capital COFFEE-HOUSE, doing

TO THOSE WHO DO NOT INTEND TO EMIGRATE.—J. J. FORD has received instructions to dispose of a capital COFFEE-HOUSE, doing

a good business, and situate in a crowded neighbourhood, surrounded by wharfs and factories. The rent and taxes are more than cleared by the letting of beds; and any persevering couple might realize a fortune in this, considerably sooner than they would i n A us t ra li a , and
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO EMIGRANTS! following GUTTA PERCHA ARTICLES will be found of great value to Emigrants, especially such as are proceeding to

TO EMIGRANTS! following GUTTA PERCHA ARTICLES will be found of great value to Emigrants, especially such as are proceeding to

the GOLD DIGGINGS. GUTTA PERCHA LINING FOR BOXES. Buckets. I Life Buoys. I Washing Bowls. Drinking Mugs. I Flasks. I Syphons. GUTTA PERCHA TUBING. Suctions for Pumps. Carboys for Gunpowder. Jugs. Miners' Caps. SOLES FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. To KEEP THE DRY is of the utmost importanc
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
[S IXPENCE.

[S IXPENCE.

received from the Solicitor to the Treas;iry, forbidding the distribution until satisfactory evidence was aflbrded that the scheme was no lottery On receipt of the communication au interview was sought, but without avail, the - Solicitor being abs..nt from town. Under these circ
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

PANORAMA OF THE FIELDS.—By the courtesy of Mr. Prout, we passed a very pleasant evening in a visit to the Gold Fields one evening during the past week. if the intending emigrant need any stimulant to support his wavering resolution, a visit to the above Panorama will fully suffi
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

LANE.—The quantity of English wheat on offer in to-day's market was very moderate, and in middling condition. Selected parcels moved off steadily at full prices. In low and middling kinds next to nothing was doing, but we have no change to notice in the quotations. The imports o
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
IN MARKET.

IN MARKET.

s. d. s. d. Calf skins, light (each)l Oto 2 0 Ditto, full 4 6 0 0 Horse hides 5 0 0 0 Polled sheep 2 10 3 8 Half-breds 2 8 3 0 Downs 2 4 2 6 Lamb skins (each) 2 3 3 6 Since our last report the import confined to about '22 tons. From t continued large, and in excellent ness is do
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL MARKETS. (From Hamniond's Circular.)

COLONIAL MARKETS. (From Hamniond's Circular.)

Sap. 24.—We have the pleasure of reporting a gradually increasing improvement in the general position of the produce market.. Several circumstances have combined to produce this effect; and being each of a sound character, and the result of wholly inartificial causes, we have al
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England