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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
M ELBOURNE. PROGRoSS OF CRIM?--DRUNKFENNESs. -We regret to observe, that the watchhonse lists fur sotm time past have swelled con -siderably with the number of drunkards we hope thiis 'tate of things will not continue as our town for some time past has been more orderly in respect to sobriety, than any town with the same number of inhabitants in thie United Kingdom. Drays and wheel barrows are now in constant requisition to convey men, in suelc a beastly state to the watchlho.use. Yesterday his Worship the Mlayor said, it was a great mnisf'ormtune to see-so much druttkeness in the place, and we echo the observation, and recommend these misguided men to go to the Teetolal Society and there take the pledge and be. coeue reputable rmemnbers of our Social circles.--Gazette.
LAND GRIEVANCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
LAND GRrOVANCL RE?POIT. The " notes' of his Excellency'on:the minimum price of Crown landis contain nothing new. They simply. amount to. a denial, that ladd ought to be tboughli to any extent ftor' grating purposes only, while it is admilted, that for that purpose; even two bhillings 3ant' acre= is, too. high a price. But Sir George Gipps seems to forget. that byrfar the greater part of the colony is fit. for grazing purposes and nothing else, and he does not attempt: in' any way' to show :that' land for agricuiltual purposes-is- worth more than five shillings an' acro: I:The' income to be derived from agricultural' land in new countries, is no lair criterion: by which to judge of the.. price that, ought to be charged by the Govevirn ment f6r it. Where capital' is- carce,_ land cannot be estimated in the "satne' way as it is where rnonied'inen abound. One of the chief causes of the rapidity with which colonies newly founded, have advanced in prosperity, has; been the facility with w...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
SOUTH AUSTRALIAi We understand that the Templar will take between 300 and 400 tons of Captain (3agot's ore as dead weight to Port Phillip. We should not be at all surprised to see many vessels from the neighbouring colo;,ies calling in here to take in ores as dead weight, either for their home passages, or as cargo for the purpose of carying it to Newcastle; New South Wales, where the ahun. dance of coal will afford our frends in that country first.rate opportunities (to entering into the smelting, and manue, facturing of copper.---egister. The Manager of the South Aur. tralian Company has given orders for the proper equipment of one hundred draught oxen, which are to be brokei in forthwith for their future employ. ment-that of bringinlg the produce of ,he Company's Mount Barker coppet mines, which will be opened as soon a. the preliminary arrangements are comin pletedc
SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
SEPAIIATION. (Prom Simmnonds's lMagazine.) Port Phillip should at once, he separated from New Snoueth WaVles, and have an, iin de pendent Goverime't of lier, owIn. They ar" zmnch too far itpart, indtd their iuhterests aie toucdistittct. fior thetn ever to work well tugellter: indeed; there is quite space enough for the establislhment of anueher lindependent territory or state between them. Portltuld Bay should also be called into separate ex istence, limited by the line that now sepa ates it fro'n South Australia, between which and Westetrn Australia there is sufficient. .room for two othllr Governments. 'The East Coast is extendinl frotm New Southli Wales, through Moreon lay andtl other seltletnets to the notllhwuard, slad will ito doubt continne round tn that direcltion to the Guilf of Car. pentaria; the WVestern Settl.m-ents co- be continued on that side until they menet. T'he centre of the countru'y will a; some time or other be explored anid settled_ until, as we now do everyth...
A KING SIDING WITH THE RADICAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
A KING SIDING WITII TIlE RADICAL PAuTY.--It is known that inllthe last Sweditlh parliamient, several bills, con. taining organic and radical rmprove. melits in.the ,constitution, werb thipwn out by the lords and the clergy, in oppo itjion to tie vtite of lihe burgisses and the pfasantry, which-latter is're prcsented in Sweden. The .King was, it seeour reluctantly compelled tb yitld to siuchi a. plowerul impulse. lit oti1 casei,.however, he did, :not, nobd ganve his assentto a, bill eq!:alising the law of, inairiageb and inheritance iin. oall rlasses.of sociely, which the nobles had pretlbted ngainistr This i3 the first step, as: it wrfei to ;do- away .nitli''prlmo. eeniture, and the ehtailing of propertyl wvhi i'i is oine of the 'ctUrses-'of modern bsocip`yPi Thd Swedish, papers.are'full in praise iofd Kirg Oscar,; asd 'considrt it i' act as an itidicntion of i libirrsal'arid enlighieioed reign, like thait 'of his late fathei.rd e
MASTERS AND SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
' MAST;RS AND SERVANTS.'-A. pub lic meeting of the working clasenei wa, heid in Melbourne last week, when it was determined that a petition should he sent to the Q~een?, .the purport of which may b1e gathered from the follow ing clause: TI at (te said 'Act is 'oppresiive and unjIust toiwardli thelclass we represent inlth communi ity ol' Pur Phillii),iwhich Leirig eas tabli-hel as:jr 'fred Colon)y, and nitiiaied 600 miles distalntt friolb: Syddiedy .is not' adapted for the usuis patioln :la law, dictated- by LCe. gisl, tors awholly resident .inl a. penal: settle ment, wherein aloie 'the coercionsý, restric. tios, and severicy of such a law. can be re "4 Your . Majesty . petitioneis, therefore, earnestly:and mnost respectfully pray, that your Mlajstly will be graciously pleased to diallow thle ASct-of lie Coldniial Legislature herein referred to.' We cannot speak in other, han terms ofco.mendation of thei spirit, and, at the some time, moderation and good sense which appears to have b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
TIEFEATR1E9 CORIO. .M ESRtS Cameron end Mereton have Smoking will not, of course, in any ?1 the honor of informing the Ladies, part of the house, be tolerated for an Gentlemen, aid the public generally of instant: but it is supposed that the good this District that the Theatre has opened sense of the audience alone will pre for the season. It is confidently antici- vent that nuisance; and Messrs C. & M. pated that the arrangements which have most respectfully beg to state, that the been effected will meet the approba- few rules which are estabhithed for the lion and merit the support of a generous purpose of. peace, order, and regula public, and Novel.ies will follow each rity, will be strictly adhered to. other in rapid succession. 0N MONDAY, 201rh DECEMBER 1845. Will be produced the celebrated -Isetorical Drama in three acts, of ýHOFER, THE TELL OF THE TYROL. Examples of patriotism and virtue are legitimate suhjects for a theatre. The noblest patriot the world e'er saw was...
NATURE AND USES OF HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
NATURaE AND USES OF fIONE. * Honey," says Dr A . T,Tlnaon, i1 eitiher smooth and homogeneus, like s'yru p, or" i consists of brillint grarinlar crystalsa dispersad ý-through a clear uncrystallizable fluid );the ,olour vaiies; from ipure :white to0 a: deep brownihi yell ow, ii odour is some whi t'roamtic ; it'taslte, sweet, sharp, and slightly 'acidulbous. 'ýWhen- lonrg kept, honey acquires a deeper colour, and, miore e sharpness-.of flavour and taste.. It is, completely, Isoluble in water, but only partially in .lcohol, which fakes up the fluid or syrupous part, and leaves the crystallizable Ui touched." Both the honey and t-ie wax are procured from the flowers of plants; and it is believed that the honey is a sweet juice secreted in little vesicles or glands, situnted near.the base of every petal. The bee inserts a kind of trunk into the vesicle, and gathers the juice in small drops, which are then deposited on the tongue; from thence it is con.. veyed into the Oopihagus, atrthe' s...
A STRAW IN THE WIND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
A STRAW IN THE W~VIND.-In last Goverurn.at G.tette a notice appenred to thc offect that a thre3e yCears' lease of certain quarries on crown lands inl the neighbourhood of Melbourne, will be put up to auction, on the 4th day of FIbruary next. The notice is signed "For Robert IIoddle, Surveyor-in chage ; %V. II. Buckley, draughts man." [!'w is this? Ilis Excellency' the Governor ihas no power to grant a lease for more than one yeor; but Acts of Parliament appear to be waste paper in the eyes oo Measrs Hoddle and Buckley. Can it be possible that the Government is presumaing upon the probability that Mir G. W. Hope's Land Bill is now the law of the Land The circumstance, trifling as it is, may be signilicant of coming events.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
Unioni Bank of australia. TH1E Bank will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, tihe 30th and 31st instant, for the hall yearly ba. lance of the bboks. J. MATIIESON, 1 Manager. Geelong, 23id Ded.q 1845. W1 ANTED a Lad as an APprentice to the Cooperi'g Busi&ess. Apply at the Geelong Cooperage. ANTED, a Cook, either male or female. Apply to Mrs Austin, Kardioia-stroet. TO BE SOLD, on or before the 15th January, 1846, a TWO-ROOMED COTTAGE, with half acre allotment of Land, well cropped with potatoes and vegetallcs, stock yard and shed for milking ; ive good cows and one fat pie. The premises are within half a mile of Corio, or one mile of Geelong. Terms will be reasonable, and a proper tille can he given. Application will be received by C. Collins, in Newtown. Dec. 24, 1845. Ex -iThomas Hughes.' OIL SALE at the Timber Yards of i: ithe undersigned, "THREE HUNDRED DEALS, Consisfi ingof-14 feet Deals 9 x 3, 18 feet ditto 9 x 2, 18 feet ditto 11 x 3, 19 feet ditto 11 x 3. One hundred ...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
G ELON G. CLE1nZD OUT. Decetber 13.-David, for Htobart Town. Pas. ri,.erl-Me-strs. M'Shlne. Henry Lewis, and W'illiaat gotbert -Crgo- 00 shcep. VER?ELS IN ISAIttiOUIt. Thoamas Iugihe. barque, s09 toun, lullcr, naster loading firn LtnAdoln. .ArAt. harques. 09 tons, D.lgaleno IsteaTr, loa?ding P'ltfin* hatiqae; 312 tons, Kirkus master, loading ftr unaln'tn Noetl. brig, tlt ton.s Duunitnglamnmaster, lodiing far ltrero'w.l S.tartan, sltlIl, Henry, master. laIding for londor. Duke oaf lichmond marqueI loadilg for London. LH. * tIOURN oC.Ctr1F OL1T. Decentcrirt4 -P1yu, I:'il,. sclhooner, for Hobart Town. a'.-'.eneas-Me.st', C&lt;llini and Leviei, 1 sriouer o, (.the cluw?n, I cor(aral, 4 privatesi and t ccutCllte.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
SSYDNEY. TuIs MisHop or AUSTRALIA.-The pastoral traserls -of the Bishop of Australia, for the year 1835, have.at length been breoulit to a close. [le conriscratedd on the 26lh thth of last iionth the rbnlan'tically sittiated church and biirial-grduil of S: Mary theVirgin, ati: argvwrill, the: estLl te 6fW. . Boyydell; L;sq., J. L upo tlio banks of the hbeaititully windini wate'rs of the' Allri, a'nd aftcrwa'rds 'idmrinis tered tie a'citt:rite" of confirmation within' its :'wallsl o? thie following day3'ie consecrated :the church and bilrial groun'd :of St. Paul, at the Pa1tersoni township; and held a con firntiatio'n. ' in'dethe performance of these duties, i'is Lordship, en Thurs day, the 4th 'instant, attended a meeting of the inliabitants of Hinton, and concertedn measures for erecting a c:urch at that 'place. On the 'fol lowing 'day) he'o held a confirma tior at, Raymond :Terrace, "from which place he proceeded, bn Saturday, the 6th° instant, to Neewcastle. '"Ozi 'the afternoon ...
THE BUTTERFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
THE lUrurER uLY* Ot I itdtt thlo not see yonder beautlrfl Fly. A, no glittertIng wnllg, ie pasrsed noiseilessly by l ( I didst thot ntot.l-arlk inaw ths pin ion on brig ht, W1as studded all o'er with the beautty of lighttt Bl t thrit beautifril Insect was once i poor totm, tlt.,vety tIi coloutr, nncotmety in toIn i; T"hen lie made tiiut a tilllb, and lay hid froam our Titl at length- he sprang forth all created anew. )'Aw ralty he snnors o'er the pcnrde o an fair'. A*l watnders, at will, thtIough tie blut fields of air; tie shhten like ttte bow of a brighit sonuy shower, As h Itonaey.dcw sits (rini each openittg flower, Ah I nch s our lot, awrile we wandIlre belnow like poornt creeping wurlls, ?Itrougt tits egion of A•d ei oth will the chris'nin hereafter beciliu , l'hern, in gsroeiints of beauty, be springs irollt tloe tomb It Dec. I1, 184,% AI• `, '
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
NEW ZtEALAND; Papers from Wrellington, to the 26th, andr Aiickland, the 29th nltiimo', came to hand yesterday. To the southwivrd'all was quiet, «ndn great joy was tmanifest'd it' the news of the recall of Goiern'or' Fitzioy;, all the sins of the'New Zealaid 'Company: being laid upon His Excellency's shoulders. From ithe rebel' camnp therei is nio news Governor' Grey had: proceeded to the -Bay of [slan`ls, and upon his arrival there' Wve' pro suire Heki: will 'bde nfoi'mned what teriustlie Uiovernhdcnt;airo'willing' to accede to i andi antif he doeotiit subtinit the :lirge force tliat will.'be at tlhe. Governor's' disposhal y thlic end 6f the montiwill -b' used to compel :liini to do so. ,lreviboso s t letfIing Auck ind; Godviirnor Grlyc iss'ued a noticb that iLo'rd S;t'liiaih liai disal aob dli t Debentuire 'Act, uniler'whicht tliheir' icreb at the' ti me dben'turis iiouitnt ing to .36, 814 in eirculation;" Suib segquentlyh' His :Excellency 'issiuedil a notice statiig tihat he Wasps...
THE SONG OF THE SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
THE SONG OF THE SHIP. From the Atlnas. The following poetical jei d'espd*t 'as written. on board thee Jane Frlutces on her voyage out sum London,'to Vail )lmcni's Land : f Ow hean- dp nearr'? thle iwheel, Witl a countenance Ipilea;nd rforlornl A passenger sat and oieessaiitly,' cr fed,. : Oh I would -I had i:ever beeni borl. Pitlcf pit1 pitchI If'h These words they fell sliiw fromn- lils lip. p Oh I puat se •o llhore leit ine die in a ditch Anid he nb~ le.sg soui o'tiich sip., -n rllf;roill!rolli 1 I W hile the birds are sigigng on shore ?, ndl. roll! roll! roll! L '-rll evier eonhitir aliniyrere: ' It's oil I t6i work ,li lher ai; d It's better to bie arsweep; k Shat eit'eltein lils sseiaea would make an a aodde: t yt.. . Of a ship(on theibriny deept, Pitch I.phtch !,pi'chl?. .i . ;i Till tlfe'briin breins to 'swim ; . Pitch h I. plt I.pirdliF1 ' The billowsi lnk -dslkn nd grim.: _ Ohr topes,-'and ynids, aisd sails, , Oh I sails. aind yards; rnflrnpe" One-is, tosas'l about-by squal...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
,Last night's overland mail froin Sydney brings s a few additions par iculars,(which will be found in another column), of the progres 'of affairs in New Zealand, but nothing, w•e are happy to state, of startling interest has occurred.- 'ithe old adage "No news is good news," is certainly true in reference to New Zealand. The most exeiling topic in Syd ney has reference to the ch'ange in the governorship, and we may. calculate upon receiving a fresh' batch of reports for a considerable period to come. Thee followin Ig Sappears to be a collection of those which were current in Syddny dur Iig the three days prior to (lie: starting of (he mail. Trie NEIw GovetRNonR-We briefly alluded yesterday to the reports re specting mir Charles Fitzroy, which' we took the trouble to " run down," and the following is the'authority oni which the report rests:-A' naval ofnicer i Sydney says he has received= a letter from a military oficer in New Zealand, who informs him that he heard 1 ol. Despard say,...
NON-REPUDIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
; or UIEPUDIATION., ,Ne?v York, -lhursday. evening; 14lh.-?filo pincttuaiityi 6, P1ennsylI via in ia eetinlg, theinte rest d ue on the Istlinst, is. a source of gratifici tion liere, as it;will. doubtless bo in Europe. frhe gbold influences of such ai course will not be confined to:that state alone; but- will.stimulate other. statles hitherto in default.to renewed exertions. to redeem theircredit. Aiready, it is stated in thi. Baltiiiore Americani that "fthe r, veneo, laws aro nowo in progress of ,exccution' in ,,every county in. the ;state,"' " ,thus leaving,, no do;iubt,"'. says the writer,i . wit t the in6ans alreadyl .accrui iig uinder the existi'g;financial systeni, ofthle abiiity of lhc sate to ressumte:,paynimintiofi:her debat at: an early day ,,afterthe._ next Isession of -thei legislature." Thisis not Very definite, to be sure, but il shows good will, and especially that the example of Pennsylvana. is inoperative. If the country should be so fortunate as to escape war, ther...
WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845
WAR IN AMERICA, T'uH latest accounts wo havo from -Mexico are to the 24th ultimo, brought by the Relampago from Vera Cruz to New Orleans, at which place threy arrived two days prior to the despatch of the latest mail from tliat place. This schooner brought de spatches to the Mexican Consul at 'ew Orleans, after which lie refused all clearances to American ships, and closed his ofice on the following day. Amid all the rumours which are afloat as to the declaration of war on tihe part of Mexico, this is the only scltual fact that so far appears con clusive on the subject, though it was generally expected that a formal de claration of war would he made im mediately ; indeed the New Orleans Republican slates that they had reason to believe that the despatches to the department of State at Wash i-gton; brought by the Relampago, communicated the fict that war had been actually declared by the Mexi canGovernment. ':On whatever sidel of this subject we look, we confess we think it sur rottn...