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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
SYDNiY?. Fine-Flour, 26s. per 100Iha. Se conds, 23. Ration, 19. Colonial lvjheat, 4s. to7s. per bushel, flaiae 2s. 6d. to 3s. ditto. Barley,l Ga. ditto, Cape Barley, 6s. ditto. Oats, 0s. to fS. ditto. [Jay, 71. to [01. per ton. Comio: Edlited by JAM?:S I-1ARRISON, and Printed and Pttblislted t'or JoIIN PASCOE FAWKNER (sole' ,rflprietor) by JOHN SOAMBLE, etttlhe Advertiser Olmice, Malop street, North' Corio, AtS tralie Felix,
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
M ELBOIT RN E. MXrAIIounNE PRICE CURItENT.--PIOUr first, £27 to £30 per toni second £26 third £?2,5 ; pine 3fd per root, cedar logs 4d. to 5d.; deals 9Od.; shingles per thousand l1 15s, to £2 Os.: tea hysonskin -£7 to £8, per chesl; potatoes £1'4 to £16 per ton;' maize 5s to 6s. per bush!el ;oats 7s to 8s 6d per bushel.
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
GRAIN, &c. WVheat, per bushel .. a a a.. o o a Maize, per bushel .. o 4 o..o o Oats, per bushel .... o 8 o.. o 9 Barley, per bushel .. a a a.. a o a Flour, first, per ton.. 28 o 0..32 o a Second ........ 240 a. ..28 o a 'Ilhird .... ...... a o o.. o o a Bay, V.D,L, pertoa. 15 o o..18 oao BUILDING MA'TERIALS: Buicks, per thousand.. 2 5 a.. 210 a Cedar deals, per root. o 'o o. 0 Pine, per foot.........o a (.. o a Hardwd boards, ]00 r.. 1 6 a.. 1 8 Slinugles, perthousand 2 o .o.. 2 5 Ba:teus, per 100 reet.. 1 5 o.. 1 7 a Palizug, broad, per 100 2 2 o.. 2 10 h'arrowditto........ 1 a. a.. 115 a Nails, per lb ........ a o. 8.. o 1 a .SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &a. Ale, in bottle, per doz. a o6 a., o 18 5 Porter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 Brandy, per gallon .. 1 .4 a.. 110 5 Gin, per gallon ...... ao o..! 6 .RuHm, per'gallon .... 1 o a.. a o a Por: wine, per dozen. 1 16 o.. 2 10 0 Sherry, per doze', .... 1 15 o.. 2 0 Negrohlead Tobacco, lb. a 4 0. a o * Colonial ditio ..,,. o1 9.. ...
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
WVockly Calendar. Week Evenls of the ensuing ~ .4n, Sun ,Iastlh. --. week. I-5 sise sets l.nn. 4 * 19 5 0| I 13 T.e. . *5" *2 I 5 49 6 1, Wed. 6 ..................  ,, ?21 544 16 lisur. t 7.. . ... 22..... . 43 - 6 Q I 17 S nt,1 l... Ist q ....ter.. 5 "1 l'rid. 8 Ot,l~l'nnlsrnt Lund Slle 3 4 0 - by lend., '. j[ i 5 1 alr.............. 541 619 'Sun. 10 It1 Surludny aTlt in 95 5 39 O 20 Q~Ieh4n~ ~Lb~Wrtz04'r MlONDA Y, OCTOBER~ 4, IBiI.
Markets. CORIO, 4th October 1841. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
CORIO, 4th' October 1841. RETAZ-. Bread, per 4.lb. loaf 0: 1 :0 to o 0 Beef, per lb......... o o 5... o a Mlutton, per lb. ..... 0 , 5.. oa Butter, fresh, per Ib. o 2 6.. oa a salt (colonial) .. o 2 o.. o 0 Cheese (English)perlb o 2 0.. o Colonial ....... 1 4. o Eggs, per dozen .... o 5 o;. o Bacon, per lb. ...;. o 1 4.. 1 Potatoes, per cwt. o 18 o.. 1 o 'I'ea, perlb. ..... o 4 o.. o 0 Sugar, pet Ib...... .. o 4.. o a Milk, per quart . 0.... o o 6.. o n Soap, per lb......... o o 6.. o o Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. 1 o
COMBINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
COMBINATIONS. UNDER thie head of Police NewsR, will be Touud a report of tih examintitton of fnur *.stele'pshearets, on a charge of ombining to kenep up tihe price or labour, which ended inn tlheir nommittal it romand their trial rt tIhe necxt erinnitnl sissions of ithc Sin pen re Counr at Melbourne. Vs,'e doeplore'tihe conscqnse!lces' Winch are likely to resunlt fioin the transaretton An .evil spirit appears to pervade all classes .of the corninlluity at present, in tineir dealings Iowtlartds each other, so thit we catnrnot sfimtl" oitnze with either larty ; and what ePer tIhe cnaCeqnnenees may be, shall fear lessly and ilsntrrrtiatly weigh tile comldurt of aarl'h hi- tihe balanice or j,,stlc. *That tile settlers have a right to get their 'stierp shorn at' tire most reasonable termns they can prroctIre. arid that tire habouring prpulhloran have a righlt o'obtain as Ihign a ',rice ns tlre. .cnn for their labouir,t are pro jiositlons wilicr . o thhlnk carnnot be contro ierterd. " "' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
SHORTLY WILL BE PUBL[SHED, FOR TIE uSE OF SjUOOiLs? THE· ZXQUVfl.Z2 BYvJ. STE WA RT, TEACH ER. TO be arranged in the form of ques tious, having reference to some of the most important events recorded in the New 'l'estament. ,3ob Tinting OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONJ HXECUTBD WITS NDATNESS AND DZSPATCH,· AT MELBOURNE PRICES. ATr Jill .4ORTR coRIO. Cards, Ciroulals, Bill-heads, &o. IN A SVIP'5IOR II6TYe. TlIE .GEELONG ADVERTISER will in future be published every Mon day morning in Corlo: and in Mel:. bourne on the eveninlg of thle same day, or early on the following, morning. Terms of Subscription--Six shilling?s and- sixpence per. quarter if paid in' ad vance; or Seven shillipgs and sixpence if paid at thoend of.the'/quarter. 'Vhe quarter to date fromithe first poblioa. Lion after the eniry, of the subscriber's name on the list. Resignations must be accompanied with the payment of "; current quarter and all previo-- ? talf otherwise- the paper will contlisue to aa charged until a com...
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
C[IAMBEK OF COMMERCE. The Chamber of Commerce is another instance of the'evil consequences which [low from improper comhinalion. The. merchnnts of Melrbourne have combined together to regulate each other's charges and to bring about a forced rhange in the mnnngement of each other's af~hirs. " Every mah's hand is lifted against his brother,"--lhey cqn'see the motes in one anether's eyes, but cannot see the: beams in their own', An ang1"y; ha?Ir.d has cuusequentlyl sprung up between rormer frieiids, and the whole: Babel of them will "aool disperse in Lwlce confountded confusion. " ,w|e rogues all. out,,honest.,men get their own.". Whether the applica, tion of the proverb he apt or not, we leave to be decided by the evidehce ot the partie~sthemselves. Mr Cropper comlplains that the storngo rates are three times the amount of the Sydney charges. "Captain Roach replies that Mr C. sells wines at rorty.four shillings whikh arenot worth twcnly-eight. Mr Arden ilterlhres,, and lie is asked h...
MUNCHAUSEN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
DIUNCBAUSEN IJ SOUTH AUS. . . 'HtRA I,IA. From tlhe A'delaide Iladepesdent, For the 16veo( mercyr send us some .aid Immediately; i' it be only a IfewR preserved tirrips or old clothes-anJd petition the Queen to send -ns. a ship to :fetch. all the;survivors of us fromn this detestable place--a boat will almost be big enough, so reduced are we from eating up one another; because there is no other victuals. Every thing without exception is bad here. In summer it is so burning hot that the population retire indiving belli tothe bottom of the sea; and to talk of dust is a most absurd palliation of the matter; for the hot wind blows lip .great stones instead of dust which-have 'dashed out the 'brains of certain daring characters who ventured above water. The flies are horrid ; they blow so hard tl;at they have spoiled.most of the musician's trumpets: and some of them have'blown Government House and other expensive buildings in a disgrace. fTl manner. It is 'unsafe to hang up' a bit OC mea...
THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
• TIE BEACJCS. - In another 'column will be found a trustworthy account of one of the many daring depredations upon the property ofilhe settlers, which are of such fre quent occurrence under the. present system pursued by the Protectors. The outrage on Mr'. Blrofie|ld's pro perty is not a solitary instance ; but otne of the INEVITABLE consequences of the system pursued. The South Australian plani of " concentration" is here dis played inits worst:features.-· The ab. origln's require :dn extensive range of counitry as hunting grounds ;'and wrhen several tribes are gathered into one mass, they must eilhtr sturve, or live by outrage and plunder upon thre neiglh. bauring seltiers. Accordingly, it is invariably found, that, NVI1EREVEVt A uLACK PIROTECTOR PITCIItS Ills CAMP. TIlE ShEEP DISAPPEAR BY JIUNDREDS FlOM TltE NEIGIIBOUInING IOUNs. "Some months ago, we had uccasian to allude to the conduct of Mr Seivwright, the. Assistant Protector for the district of Geelong ; and as an illum.tra...
ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.—OPERATIONS OF THE FRENCH ENGINEERS, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
IST3MMUS OF PANAZMA.-OPeRATION5 OP TIIt EFt?tNCIt ENGINEERS6 &C. Early in the last year an enterprise ?company.. in-rlrab-fi tted-oardon'ex pedi-. tion to essertain, by careful survey; whether it is practicable to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean by a ship canal. across the Isthmus of Panama. We learn from a letter received by a gentleman in this city yesterday, from a New Orleans correspondent, that the expedition arrived at the mouth orthe Clhagres, and .commenced operations about the last of August, and that on the-leth December, partial surveys of two different routes had left on the minds of ihe engineers an impression Sthat the long- contemrplated enterprise 'was not onil praeticable, but tlhat a rcanal of salficient capacty for the largest ships might be constructed at a cost much below any of the estimates which have hitherto been published. Unless -tte local government;, tbere (fore, interpose some insurmountable obstacles, we shall look for the pruse. cation ...
JUDGE WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
'?UoGe i I~r.-ll[Iooever much we may admire the straightforward and fearless manner in which our Resident Judge pertorm8 his duty, we must con. tess that he sometimes carries these qualities to an extreme 'which borders upon insult and tyranny. The manner in which he lhas acted towards Mr. Arderi is far (ron, being creditable to him; for it is evident that his resent ment is of the most inexorable descrip tion; and he scarcely seemed to be satisfied wilh the measure oa his own vengeance. An article, commenting in a somewhat severe mnnner upon the Judge, appeared in Wednesday's Ga zotte; Mr. Arden refused to give up the author; and.?s, forthwith ap prehended, and, %~vm~%ji efore the Police Mlagistrate, . oother Jus tices, asssociat at! ut ~i~illlts,,hPn he wvas nrder~d t~o~su iretics to the amount of ,£400 to keep the peace in future; and when he attempted to speak in his defence, he was preventedi by the mandate of the Judge. 5lr.1 Willis says he "is determined to maintain' the hono...
TENDENCY OF MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
'TENDENCY OF MODERN IMPROVE t, ENTS. From 3nckwood'b M ~agizhoe. It is remarkuble 1hat anlmost every inventibnoof our day has i .tendency to increase the enjoyment bf the multi. tude.; T'he inventionsof, the seven teenth century were cliiefly scientific and intended for thre philosoplher ; the tnventions of the century ;befoie were chielly in the art of war and .intended for the soldier ; the inventions "of. the fifteenth century (of all eras the most vivid arnd original) were of tli great arts which diatinguish the mnodert world froin :the ancient, and were evidently inten~ded to civilize the half seavae state of Europeat natio'ns. But:the inven tiens" of thie eighteenth and'd nineteenth centuriee hove beiin all for the comfeort of the people. ''ihe uses, of steam - that new p~riicipioof power put' into the hends of man'- ro a' new mastery over nature--have exclusively been' turned to the general increase of those modes, of eujoyment which: especially concern the multitude ;-to-the...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
.sHI2 NEDWS. AU 1IVALq. Septembcr 29-- APIIRASIA, steamer, Lawler master, troan Melbourne. 20 - LLLtAS, schooner, Smitb, tfom Ilbart Town ,ia Melboulsne. Oetnber,.-APH RASI A, sieamer,Lawler •master, trom ai elbourne. 1. PAIIT it e?. Septemlbr 27 - APHRASIA, steamer, La wler master, (or Melboiu ine. S28-iSABELLA, Fclirioner, Murray, for Hlhnrt Tow'n, with 1.f0 sheep. - 2D--AGNES AND |EIIZABETII, sehr., Mhichell master, tor [lobart Trown, wfith 180 sheep. 30--A r tAs t A, steainer,Lawler master, for Melbourne. October 2 - LILLSAS. schooner, Smith master, tor I-Hobart Town, with 200 sheep.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
Firs?t Wool Ship for London. THE fine fa.st-sailing BRIG AI, 93S tons, H. SPro AT5 Commander. I T'he greater part of her cargo heing engiged, eaRly application for Freight by this eligible opportunity is necessary. -Eor the convenience of Shippers in dhe Geeloug District, she will proceed io Ocloher to take in such cargo as may o?fer there. Has rood accommodation for passen gers. A pply.;" . S -CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY. _Melbourne, 17th September, 1841. TII .ndersigned will purch'ase or jadvalice on :Wool of this season's clip, consigned to Messrs. A. A. Gower, NPphews, & Co., Londnoi,-deliverable at their Stores in Melbourne or Geelong. CAMPBELL '& WOOLLEY. September 15, 1841. T"? [R undersigned are purchasers of Wool, or will make advances on the Coming clip,delivered in Mlelbourne, William's Town, Geelong, or Portland Beay, (o he conesir(.ed to their aeeiits, ,lessrs. Rickards, Little, & Co., London. WERE, BROTIIERS, & CO. F ORSALE, pure Elcurial...
VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
ESSELS EXPE(TED. FROM LOODlNt, Chiild,.rs, bt]g, 02, Sclles, to sail 10t6l ntne lady Krssnnway, uhip. 7.0, with enslgrasits. Jutle 6 S.,lnh, to sailtJune 10 "Vidgeon, to sail July 10 r?]Lr}" ?ixssss, barque, 43.1s Field, to .oll July 30 Rilclhard 5onaunt, hurquel; b2n, fLLigridge, July 13 Sultan, barqne, ,100, Robinson William Turner, slip, 680, with rmiraolts, May 28 lolinn, Juno,0 atesuenriR;I6a-- -... ncaress, tosabil·Jun e 10 i·. S.lus , PBO- Llv,?,rno c, . luhrlnsicn, ship, Oil', Dadvidson,-emigrrnot,'June 1. P0555l~ COOK. Agrleoln, ship, 7So, (lsysolly , enmigranto. Julne 1.d Dilamod, 8?,5 wsthl ,',sigrnats, to sail July 16 Pns, car?e?oox. Asia, barqUe, 322, I wRussss, Wiuth eslmigrants, May 10 C,thtllrine Jsntisons, ul,, H utctismn Indll, shlsls, CJsispbell, wsithI etssigrants, .hIwty 6 Kiss Heiry, Drysdsls
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
MELBOURNE SIIIPPINGo . *. I A*SIIiVA B, , Sclopeinber 28 -- Tarnar, schoouer, Bell, froai LaUllceston. 28 - TDsty Miller, schooner, Saunders, fr-in LauIIctstoI,. Oo'nber l:~lidtllesex, bsrquie, tIGlmon, 1rpn Plymoulh Vth Juno, will, 220 immi granits. Cf.ESAtrID OUT. S5pt;-mher 27- lieiry, brig, Grainger, for Lnunresten. 27-- A!exandrina, brig, Thompson, for S6vdn,'. 28-- Lowestfl; schooner, Irvine, for Lauincctnn. 1 " 29-- \iil %3'atch, seltooner,' Harding, for Launceston,. 29--l)cvonshire, srhonner, flobitison, for Sydntey,', - 29--Alphn, cutter, Benoett. for Launces 30--Main, barque, Sproule. tor lnrlia. * 20--Tasmanias 'barqtue, Jamieson, For HIIbart Town.
DESCRIPTION OF THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES, IN THE YEAR 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
DEtCItIPTION OF Tile YRIENCII ClABlnBEU OP DEPUTIES5 III "rlg ?yEAh 1841. 'ro'm the New Monthly Stagazinr.- for April. And now M. Thiers is the orator, for the noise has aeain terminated, the hubbub is once more at an end, the Depnties have repsined their seats. Mark how he turns to the left, then ooks' up aud' smiles at the trihnne of the newspaper repoiters; then vneers at the centres; the i bows to the Presi dent; ane then I,,oks at himsel(l There Is oN? eye he never seems anxious to meet, but rather seems to avoid--it is that of Guizot. The pale, studious, can, cnontmpla. tive face of M. Guizot is seldom lighted up with a smile; but it was so just now, when Thiers talked of his own patriot. ism and self-denial. When Thiess said this, lie looked up at the newspaper reporters that they might catch and record his words. But. there he stands: he has been talkine away for an hour- nnd has said all sorts of things in the most amusing manner; and no one is fatigued. He has the knack of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
For Londoa--at Geelong. TIiE A 1 fast.sailing barque JAM?S SMITII commander, Q27 tons per iPgister, will take up Iiir berth at Point iFnry, immediately upoa the discharge of her inward cargo. The largest portion of this vessel's cargo ot wool being ulready engaged, shippers are requested to make early application either to JAMES CAIN, or WERE BIJOTHERS & CO. Z'ifty Pouuc1B aewrd. WTHEREAS some person or persons lately threw a piece of wool, which appeared to have been" torn off a diseased sheep, into one of my sheep yards, with the mnlioious intention of infecting my clean flocks, I hereby offer A REWAIID OF FIPTY POUNDS to nny.persoli who will give such in. formation as will lend to tihe conviction of the offender or offenders. H. ANDERSON. Mount Emu Creek, S30th September, 1841. Wine and Spirit Stores. T- HAMILTON, Wine and Spirit J Merchant, has iemoved to the large Store lately occupied by Mr. W?elsh, and has now on hand a large stock of WlNES, .iPIIlTS, PORTER, and ALBS...