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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
VAN DhIBMEN'S LAND. POST Otw:cc. - His EXcellency Sir John Frattktin, with the ddvice of the Exccutiwe, has issued a proclamation by which all newspapers whether des patched from, or arriving in, the colony, will be delivered free of postage. This measure has long been urged upon His Kxcellency's consideration, tnd by at leogh consenting to its adoption, Sir John has entitled himself to the thanks not only of those immediately connected with the press, but of the cotnmonitv* at large. It is also proposed to fix an nniform rare of postage upon inland at-d other letters , the general objects of an Act for this purpose have been Gazetted. TtiE. lBU6tS|ANcGEts, - The Govern a`ent cutter Eliza has been on a second cruize alter the runaways Hogan and Armitage. which, like the former one. Iias eitdedl without succnRsP. It is said that these darintg fellows visited an island in the straits, and seized upon a whalcbont. belongintg to one of the sealers, with wh'ch they intended to make for t...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
M EL BOURN E. Rouwn Roawn -We understand that a petititl in a Round Robin form, is at present in course of:signature, to he presented to Sir t?eorge Gipps, upon his arrival in the pro tiie? praying for the removal of an officer'f the government who, during his residence amongst us, has made himself extremely obnnxious to~the Melbournites.-llerald.-[ Stuff.) DCATH OF Mn. Gx~nonNE.-lt is in deed with sincere, rperet that we have to anrounce the death of I-I. F. Gisborne, Esq , lale Commissioner of Crown Lands in this;Province, a gentleman respected by every one who knew him and be loved by all those who enjoyed the ptea sute of his friendship. The melancholy occurrence took place on his passage to Europe, where he intended to reside for ?ome time for the benefit of his healih, and to arrange some private aIteii'q, and afterwards to return to us. Mr Gis'aorne's death is not only to he lamented by particular acquaintances who have been deprived'of the plea. sures of his future society; ...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
SYDNEY. Fimalh Immngrants. - We have been informed, through a respectable source, that, in future, His Excellency the Governor is to give instructions, that all females arriving at this port, by immigrant vessels, who are neither under the protection of guardians nor relations, will be receive ', fed, and lodged, at the immigrant Barracks until such time as they find employment, the expense to be deducted from the bounty allowed to the importers. This is a most excellent regulation, and will, wre--hope,-put- -complete-tlo p- torthe. immigration ofyoung unmarried ladies, under the protection of cousins -quite enough of this genus have arrived of late, if report speaks true.-Sydney Gazette. Whimsical Nomenclature.-T he num berless wounds, bruises, contusions, and discolorations of tlie h'umin face divine, produced by sticks, stones, and metal rods, pokers, bars of iron, and so forth, which present themselves diarnally at the Police Office, may be classified under the following heads, ...
EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
EMIGRATION. From the Algelnaluhe Zeitung. England is daily prceeeding nearer to perfection in the system, and It is ol interest to Germany to know what goes on there ii, this important mnatter for e?ttilaond, Gcrmany. and Ctina are tie only countries wh~ich,iii consequence of their h'gh state of civilization, and con sequert'reduindHin'cy of'population, have an Emigrationou a Iarge scale. In China and ii.G·rmany-it is left to chiance, and to individual energy ; and although the emigra!nts ol these countries do ntot prosper the less for that, yet their mother country loses all the advantages which she would have a right to expect from the spreading of her descendanits. Hati China organized her emigration, instead of throwing difficulties in Its way, there would long since have ex isted Chinese nations in the ultra. GCtngetic peninsula, in Borneo, in the Moluccas-niiy, perhaps even New Hol land would have heen discovered and peopled these fifty years by Chinese nations, which, as subj...
POLICE NEWS. Tuesday, September 28, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
POLICE NEtWS. Tuesday September 29,r 154. ,,. COMBINATION. - Patrick Gallagher, John Ward, David Mahony, and John Cochrane, were accused of riotous con duct, and conspiring together to raise wages. Mr. Samuel Learmonth deposed that on Monday last, he met two men who had been engaged by Mr Fisher in Melbourne to shear sheep at the rateof fittePn shillings per hundred ; they conm. plained that their lives were in danger, one of them having been beaten by a mob of men who had gone alter a dray where there were other three men who were under similar engagements. He (MIr L.) rode after them towards 8ou'h Corio, and met a mob of ten or a dczon men returning ; he followed them into a public house in North Corio, where he recognised Gallagher; he also recog. nised Ward on the trial, as having been oae of the mob. The man who had been beaten, and his four companionLs were then brought into court, in. order that they might recognise the prisoners, but they all declared upon oath that they did...
OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
OUTRAGES BY TlE BLACKS. FiSOM A COitIESPONDENT. On Tuesday the 14th September, a shepherd in the employ of Mr. J. D. Broinfield, of loncourt, came to his master, anfl requested to have his flock counted, and on doing so, it was found that there were 125 sheep missing. A party immediately went in search of them, but were unsuccessful, not even finding the tracks of any off the run. Wednesday passed, and stll they were not more fortunate. On Thursday morning it was suspected that tihe natives must have taken them from the sthepherd during the day time, and had driven them off itnto the forest. Mea. sures were taken accordingly, when the matter became perfectly certain, for near neighbour cameup and sta'ed that. he had found a sheep with both its legs broken, and could also trace .w?here others had been driven across his iun. A party immediately went in pursuit, and after spending the whole of Thurs day and Friday in following the track of the sheep, they succeeded in getting up to the...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
A M ER?CA. Tire ititelligence from' New York by the rr-cent arrivali to the 10Lth blay, i~rlnsr..qe ,\:Lcod has been wemorvd from Lock rtrt tn N'.w York. by habeas corpus, is'ue fly I the supremin court of the state 1r NSers York? was said that the .overI, m rn th a dh en'rer'?d'.i n' o ..a.: co m pro arise wish t~he owner of the Caroline, who is to he indeoniofi d for his loss ,o that the only question for settlement in ,l'l e,Pod's rase was t he uneisrumbered? one of tile llegedt inrder. This report IPsted upon no better ~round than maPr rumour. Ml;t.ehorl arrivsd in New York on .Sutlay, the 2nd M·1ay, in cls tody of the.?heriff of.NicEarn county. Iils .rppeerance inNew Ydrk excited tolrcl ititerest, and it appears that thntigh nominnllytin custody, he-w.ss liot uderr stry very rigit control, as he was sulferedl to stroll at large about the riry. vie~wing such ,objecs.s he deemed worthy of his nttvntion. Re is describPd as a stout, well-built. determintsd.look hig nan, abuirit for...
ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF COMMONS,—JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 4 October 1841
ENGLISH NEWS. IlOUE OF COMMONStuUNE 5. jia adjoerned debate on Sir Robert •el'S motion, that thie Ministry did el pmotess i he confidence of the I wule, was hroughlt to aconClUbioU, nl the result of the division was as For the motion..- :°*" 312 Agin.t it ..311 ¶,1jority I'n favor of tie motiotr ---- -/[" 1.011d enid prolonged cheiring fol wd the announctement of the numn wr:1,orr John Russell said that with pcct to tlhe course wh:chs the go. ,rniment meant to pur.stue, all he had 0w to say was', Ithat the government reposed to takc the estimnte.s on lull ev, bilt only so much of the hl|?eellaneous estimates as it would y,cau'on greet inconvenietlce to the 'rublic service 8t.that time to p?stponu. 'rue right honorable baronet Ihaving thuwght proper to bring forward a ,reet atttuhor;of charges against the envernnient'w\hich-he (Lord J. Russell) rad not. hieard before, he must take till ,10udey to consider what was the best ceurse lie uhould pursue. Jedinbgt, ,nMn 29.--.The VDposition...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
SYDNEY. Fine. Flour, 26s. per 100I1O conds, 23. Ration, 19. C WVheat,- 4s. to 7s. per bushel. 2s. 6d. to 3s. ditto. IHarle. ditto, 'Cape Barley, 5s. ditto. Gs. to Si. ditto. Hlay, 71. t per ton. 'Coaio:' Edited by JAMES IARl . und. Printed and Published for 'PASCOE FAWKiNE1R (sole 11'01 by JOHN SCAMMBLE, at the A'1l Ofrnce,,Yarra-'street, North eoCo' 'tiilla telix -x ,n
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
-. MEILL l LBO0 N E . MELlnoIUNEC Pn.RICE CURRIENT. first, - £27 to £30 per ton, second third -£:5.; tpine .3d per foot, logs 4ud to *5d.; deals g9d.; s per thousand £1 15s, to £ tea hysonskin" £7 to £8, per potatoes £14-to £16 per Inn; 5s to 69; per.bushel ; oats 7s to per bushel.
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
Weekly Calendar. Doy of Weeky Events of the ensuing run Sun and Month, week. 2 tiles sets Mon.ii g........................ o 5 33s 0 2 Tues.12 ........................ 7 537 6 23 Wed.13 ........................ 98 5 36 6 4 Thur.14 ........................ 29 20 S 6 25 Prid. 1s New M)on............. u s a 2 atur,16 ..................... J 32 28 Sun. 17 17th Sunday aft.TrinIty 2 31 8 29
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
GRAIN, &c. Wheat, per :bushel .. o o..o Maize, per bushel .. o 4 a. o. Oats, perbushel.. o 8 o.. o Barley; per busliel o o o .. Flour, first, per ton .. 28 o o..32 Second ....... 24 o o..~ 'h birdl ...... o 0.. o Hay, V.D.L. ler ton . 15 o o..lS BUILDING. MATERIALS. Baicks,. ?,: thousand.. 2 5 o.. 2 Cedar deals, per. oot. o o o.. o Pine, perfootg.... .. o a 6.. o H-lardwd boards, 10oo f. I 5 0.. 1 Shingles, per thousand 2 o 0.. 2 B-attens, per 100 feet.. I 5 o.. I Paling, broad, per 100 2 2 0.. 2 Narrow ditto.'. .. 1 o n.. 1 Nails, pei lb..';;. ..:; o S.. o SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &c. Ale, in bottle.:per doz. o 16 o.. o Porter, per dozen .... o 16 o.. n Brandy, per. allon .. 1 0.. 1 Gin, per gallon ...... 1 o o.. I Riln;, pe gallon .... I a o.. o Port wine, per dozen. 1 16 o.. 2 Sherry, per dozen ... 1 Sl o.. 2 Negrohead Tobacco, lb. o 4 6. o Colonial ditto ..... 1 0.. o Cigars, per thousand.. 5 0 o.. s MISCELLANEOUS. Tea, hysonskin, chest 8 o o..10 Conffee, per lb. .........
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
TO CORR1ESPONDENTS. Reality's Dream " cannot be inserted. It contains too many allusions to the " i!owers below "' to render it agreeable to ears polite. The subject of the poem, too, is so grossly uncharitable and in decent (no less than sending a consign ment of the Geelong oflicials to the lower regions), that no one with any sense of propriety could dream of its publication. e'Ionig lObetrtiser. MONDA Y,. OCTOBEIR 11ii, 184t.
Markets. CORIO, 11th October 1841. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
CoRIo, I Ith October 1841. RETAIL. Bread, per 4 lb. loaf £0 0 too Beef, per; lb. ......... o o ... Mliuttonr, per lb .... 0o o .. Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 6.. salt (colonial) .. o 2 0.. o Cheese (English) perlb o 02 0. o Colonial ........ o 1 4.. o Eggs, per dozen ... o 5 o.. o Bacon, per Ilb. . 0 1 4.. n Potatoes; per cwt. . o 18 0.. 1 Tea, perlb. . ..... 4 .. o Sugar, per lb .. .;.,. o a 4.. o Millr, per quart ...; 0 o o .. o S6o?p, per lb. ....... o 6.. o Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o
THE CORN LAWS VIEWED IN RELATION TO THEIR EFFECT ON AUSTRALIAN COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
TIHE CORN LAWS VIEWED IN iELATION TO THEIR EFFECT ON AUSTRALIAN COMMERtCE. THE discussion which is at present agi tating Great Britain displays the 'unmiti gated selfishness of human nature in a very strong light. The Ministry ihave made the repeal of the Corn Laws a cabinet question, because they could not-have continued in office without making some bold stroke, which might afford them an excuse for appealing to the passions of a majority of the people. The financiers follow in the wakie, because they can see no other practicable means of 'making up the de ficiency in the revenue. The speculative political economists clamour-for the repeal, because it accords with !their theoretical dogmas. The manufacturing population demand cheap bread and extended markets for their goods, for the obvious reason that their share of the transaction will be clear and certain profit. without regarding the ruin that may threaten others. The land lords lead :the oppositiont ranks, becanse the, thllre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
IHE GEELONG ADVERTISER will Sin future be published every Mon day morning in Corio: and in Mel. bourne on the evening of the same day, or early on the following morning., Terms of Subscription-Six, shillings and sixpence per quarter if paid in ad. vance; or Seven.shillings and sixpence if paid at the end of tle quarter. The quarter to date from the first publica. tion after. the.entry of thesubscriber's Qnime on the list. Resignations must be accompanied with the pay . current quarltr and all preaiynut o otherwise the paper will co eitrr charged until a conpletie sett Um made. ettkey0 Terms of A dvertiaintrT? ehr. Palch insertion is Thrpe shillll? r .first six lines of spare, 11d Ilr ' '. a line ahoav that number . 're11' ments will be rpeeived in Ahlver up to ]Friday evening, and at th - 0 ing poice in iorth Corio util c~ h eveningl. The number of i "' required to be written nn a, tisement. or they will lie r,cn hi' charged until counterm.,nd. u ll ders of withdrawal must be deli o...
LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
LTCENSING ACT.-The clause in this act which prohibits the sale of. spirits in smaller quantities than two gallons, by any unlicensed person, is a very severe one; and however just and beneficial it may be in particular instances, it is frequently the instrument of punishment to an extent outrageously beyond the degree merited by the offence. In the sttict letter of the law, the Governor himself dare not offer a glass of wine to a friend, nor a settler give a pannikin of grog to his sheep.washers, without sub jecting himself to a penalty of £30, the law holding that " proof of the de" livery shall be taken to be good and sufficient prima facid evidence of money. or' other considerition being given for the same, so as to support a conviction, unless proof shall be made to the con trary, to the satisfaction of the justice hearing the case." Now as there is no standard whereby the length, breadth, and depth of a magistrate's " satisfac. tion" can be measured, the simplest act of hospita...
RASCALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
RASCA.LITY. Banking Syslem in America. - The report on the Banks exhibits a whole. sa'e system. of' fraud and rascality of the most disgusting nature ; six Banks' were foourid in such a 'condition that. injunctions had been- applied for and, iasted. Ii .the Jackson Country B}snk a horrible system of fraud was disco vered. Among other instances, eleven boxes were discovered, containing a superfices of coin, altogether amount ing to 5099 dollars (reckoning the coin found elsewere), whilst the substratum contained lead, tenpenn nnils, and window glass broken into 'ni01lipiefes. Notdithstaundirig this, the statement of the Bank, dated Ithree.:days ý:belfrre, claimed possession! of 20,000 dollars in specie. On an examination of its affairs, there appeared a real deficiency of assets to meet the liabilities of the Bank of 44,701 dollars ! Of the Exchange Bank of Shiawasse (Michi gan), the Commissioners report that no part of the capital stock appears ever to have been paid in ; that seven...
MELBOURNE. JUDGE WILLIS v. THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 11 October 1841
N ELBO?tN E. JUDGE WILLIS V. TIlE PRESS. In addition to last week's occurrences, we have to record the following events : on "aturday 2nd October, at the Police Office, Mr Arden was called upon to enter into sureties to keep the peace to. wa:ds Judge Willis, for twelve month'. Mr Arden claimed to be heard in his defence, and proceeded to show cause why he should not be called upon to find sureties, in support of which the principal reason advanced was, that Mr Arden having already complied with the injunctions of a law which renders it obligatory on newspaper proprietors to find sureties in the case of estreat. ment for libel, and as that law is in it self sufliciently stringent to protect Judge Willis, or any party who might be maliciously libelled, and upon a ver dict having been found upon a properly constituted trial for the same, he (Mr A.) was justified in pleading remission from a recognizance which, while it increases the legal liability incurred, is demanded to obtain a jud...