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GENERAL JACKSON'S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 27 December 1845

GENERAL JACKSON'S LASi WILL' AND TES'AIENT.-E ll'traet ul a' letter froin' Nasltiille, dated Juiie:e . to a~gentile?nma in Washingtan : fl'Theilast ?will aud testatnent of the cld hero vas this day aplproved ill our Caiountry court, and is of,tpublic recod. Hle commeneiLys by giving, liis 'dtty to itle dudt whenice it caine, llissoll tos God thla gave it, &e.,. devoting his:esthte; first to' lie pa inent of two debts, viz, one ot 6000 dollars, with intetest, borrowed of General Plaiclhe,:of New Orleans; aniother of 10,000 "dollars, withiintterest, borrowed of Blair and ILives; itnd:thetbalance to his son, Andrew-Jackson, Jin., with the excelition -of a few:presents to his gtandchitlrren...'h . sword ptesented him by the State of Tennessee, he gives to A. J. Dotielson, liis nephew, now charge d'atfaires -at Texas. The sword presented hin at New Orleaius, he leaves to Andrew J'acksoln Co?l'ee, the sotn of his old frellnd General Coffee. 'The sword presented him at Phillodelphi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

IMPORTANT, WE have learued, from a source upon which we can place depend ance, that, prior to thi Waste Lands Bill having been abandoned in the House of. Coinmons, scveral im portant amendments favourable to the squatting body, were proposed 'and 8arried. This accounts for the advocacy of the Bill .by the Honor able Mr Scott. 'TIhe first amend mrent was moved by Lord Polwarlh. 'to the effect that the. Governor's arbitrary power of raising. 1theo amount -of License Fees and As sessments should be restrained within definite bounds, and that, for the purposes of the bill, o maximum rate of one peony for every sheep, and three-pence for every head of cattle, would be sufficient. Mr Scott also prevailed upon Mr Hope to allow the intro duction of a clause in committee, recuring to the settlers seven years' fixity of tenure, on the terms under ",which they at present hold their runs. These alterations would have made the bill, upon the whole, a beneficil measure ; and should they be embodi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

MELBOUtRNE. George Porter, Esq., who sailed from this port in the Royal George', on the 22nd February last, arrived in the colony yesterday by the same vessel, having been absent about ten months, during which time he visited a considerable portion of England, thanks to the rapid communication per railway. Mr Porter we are happy to say has returned much the better for his voyage.-Herald. PORT PHILLIP WHEAT. - Mr Cruikshank has received, per Royal Gccrge, London account sales 'or :300 bushels of wheat, shipped by him last'year, per William lVise, which realized the high price of 8s 3d a bushel. The quality of the grain was much approved of. . Even with the heavy iniquitous duty on Australian corn, at this price the wheat would nett 5s per bushel, being nearly double the price at which it is now being sold to the Melbourne millers. MtlR CHAtLES NIANT'O'c.-We feel' considerable gratification in having it inl our power to infori the public, that. Mr Charles Manton and the man Archer, re...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

ENGLAND. PAIR t iAMt FNTA ILY. - One of the rine billa" ltruciht in by Lor.d B1oughmlin lately iln 'ha liou.e of Lords, is a bill for ameit-ti ill'g ,lnd declaringll tle law ft' mat rinlge. IThei first eltiise of this proposed act declares, thaim ir. in and alfter Ilie lst of Januarmm y next, no miat ringn noltemnized illn S olianiid 8h .11 be valid, eitlhe in Scotland or uany lttir part of list Uni.ted Kingdom. mr of tie doiminiins beh all inlg tier'eto, ititlees btli lhe pa ties we e l!Ioi in Slcotlland, or had heilr noLst . Iiail lfare of residenice there, or Ihad liied ill Sctliiutd for three we. k. prec ding sullr mnalllti,: *" mlly law, cll-tOni. or usage to tIthe ',lntlay n twithstandig.'" The bill p,,ol,ses to enact that all cihildimn who are legililmate ill iroluatnd shall be deeimedl so int all parts .of the Unilird Iiingldom; amd fur. ther, hlat ll ii arliages. and dll, ucer, smlid ly the law ofi cittlanid, shall be demlllemed so in all uparts of ilit United Kingdom. The ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

{%ER'AIAT ION-. FIKOM a variet3 of circims(tanices which Iave 1ltely occurred, and hinis which have Iranspirted, it may bo consiiered cortain that the erec 'ioa uf the District of Port Phillip into a separato and indepeundent spluny has becn dotermined upon by .ie Home Govrernment; but prior o the celebration of so august a ce emony, the rulesof decorum require hat certain forms and delays should ake place, to give ah air of delibe -ation to tle proceedings. Accord ingly, we find that instructions have eccn forwarded to His Excellency hie Governor, requiring him to initiate tie requisite proceedings, and gradually to prepare the public mind, both in tlhe district to be eman cipated, and in the colony from which it is to be severed. for the coming event. If the Ho'me Go rernmcnt did not pnrsue I'iis course, they would be justly liable for all the ill effects which Inight flow from their rashness. 'The division of a colony into sep.rate governments,is an operation requiring infinitely...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESTRUCTION OF PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

DErTnUCTION OF PiIATrES.-.By a letter from H.M;S. Agincourt, dated Manila, 3rd September, we learn that the squadron, consisting of the Agin court, Vestal, Daedalus, Cruiser, Wolve rine, Vixen, Pluto, and Nemesis, had attacked, at Mnlloodoo Bay, the pirate chief Seriff Housmani The boats of the squadron succeeded in.tbkiog his forls, bting three in number, and mounting altogether fifteen guns; they destroyed his lown, and all the goods Ihcy came across. The boats were undpr the fire of the batteries, while lorcing the boom, upwards of fifty minutes, at little more than two hiundred yards distance. Our loss was sixkilled and filteeu'wounded -two of the latter since dead. Mr Pym, of the Vestal, was wounded in the back part of the thigh by a grape shot, but not dangerously. Gibbard, a mate of the Wolverine, was Lilled. The lose in the. Agincourt alone was four killed and sis wounded, 1 he loss of the enemy could not te ascertained, as they carried the bodies immediately into the jucngl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

M I.lLOURN F. HTGH PnlcK oF SpJIEp.--Messrs Bear and son have, duiring the last week, eftected a sale of sheep, at prices which remind us of thIe olden times ; 1760 clean sheep, of r'iflerent ages and sexes, shorn, with a sta tion, about 101) miles fromn town, given in, haI in g been disposed of by Ihemn at 14s Bd per head ! ! ('alcu. lating the fleece to be worth 3sOld, the price may beo recLoned eighteen shillings per head; this is certainl) the behst sale which bas come to-our knowledge for many a day.-Vatriot.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(From the Melbourne Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

(From the Melbourne Courier,) " William Weslgarlh, Esq., or this place received a letter frnom Joseph Phelps Robinison, Esq., 5-P,. by yeslerday'a overý land mail commuoniicaning intelligence of the utmost iirprlolaice. It will be remembered hlat when thli me lion for Separation was Ihrnwn out by Ith vwhle of t(e Sydney members, with lile ex crplion of Mr Lowe thltn a Goveiumenit nit mrn'l- votling l ainsi it, ta sri'llt petition ito ' Qilt.n uas comlpilhed by tihe Rev. Dr L. 1 '. a1 d 1i tII li It w ah tet'rations signed by II e wh'let- ,it lI' Pojl Phillipl Repitseltatives at d forwarded to Ellglnrld. News has aa rived by the Dnbliln lrd isr communicated in hI lvkttr to IMr Westgatth thLat Lurd II Sihnley has aent directions to the Governor to take 11lt evidence of the Port Phillip re presentatives n1 tile subject of their petition. And a mee.iirg of the Executive Council was iled for Monday last and Dr Nicliolson and Mr ItRbirnrin received notice to attend. Dr. Lang andR Captain ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIR GEORGE GIPPS—THE GRIEVANCE REPORT—AND THE SQUATTING INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

SIR 'GEORGE GIPPS-ITRE GRIEV ANCE REPORT- AND THE SQUAT TING INTEREST. From tle Sydrney Atlas, On that part of the Report, in which the Gommittee say that .*there is no thing to prevent the grazier from being ejected from his run immediately after he has purchased a homestead;" his Excellency remarks i-" The right of the Crown must remain absolute over its own properly. It is not pre-: tended or ex pected that ithe regula tions will give satisfaction to persons. whose avowed object is to get IJifyi of tenurre without' paying for i.l" This is simply false.- The Squatters do not, nor did they eier desire, fility of tenure without paying 'for it. They always professed their, willingness to pay a reasonable price for this advan iage, but. noi .the price which Sir Geoirge Gippis proposed to demand for it-nor did they desire a fixity of tenure, suFbject to the arbitrary inter ference ?which he seems to consider necessary. Tlhe Committee say in their Report, with reference to certain instr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG POLICE OFFICE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

GERLONG POLICE "OFFICI, FRIDAY, DECEMBnROa 26H, 1845. Thomas 'Were' who was remanded from "J hursday, the 18th instant, e arged with the wilful murder of otnls Simpson, on or about the h8i1\'Novemnber last, was brought up for firrther examination. William Brack, serjeant in the Mounted Police, having been sworn, deposed,--I apprehended'the prisoner T'homas Were, by warrant charging hinm with isuspicion of murder. 1 apprehended him on the 11th day of December, at an outstation of Messrs. Brodie and Crnikshank's on the River L\orton 200 miles from Geelong. * The list marked No 3 (list handed in) is a correct list of tfie money and property fteund in his possession when apprehended. In taking the money from him there were two -cheques which I asked him about. He tld mne that he got them from the man he bought the mare from, and afterwards that he got one of the cheques for £1 12s front Mr Levett, in exchanging the mare and foal for the grey horse. The other cheque, for £?1 7s 5d, he to...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW RAILWAYS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

:Tun Nsw RAI.Lw..AYs o, Ti SSestoaN.-Now that the most .eventful stssion of .Parliament recorded in raiil way .history has reacdedits close, wi ae.- etnabled to announce, fromi our soficial returns .the following as thd great results of its legislation. Parlid. men has sanctioned the codstructior? of 22,(90 riles of new railwaysin England nuid : cotlauidtl and of 560, miles. in Ireland. Tiho ise in effect, to dotibld ithe Lexent of the railways of Great Britain, exclu-ive of Ireland. Thd capital autoristd to boiraised in shares for this purpose; amoaiaa' ;o £31L,680,000(i exchiuaive i of';£6,800o000 required fos the Irih' linesp- makilag- iii all £38,480,00d to be applied in England within th nexit two or. three years for our. own railways. The cost of the new. railways yer mile will he thus very much less than that of existing lines. T1he average of -the new is- nearly £15,OCO·iper mnile, Lad that of ihe old exceeds £40,000 per mile. it will thus be seed 'iliha`t the aim'ount to be...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

WOTICE; TRE sTEA M ER I , VESTA U ill 1-ave the Queen's Wharf. Geelong. on Thursday, the 1st January, at 4 o'clock, A.M.. and will leave Cole's Whatf. for William's Town, at 10 o'clock, returninh at 0, iý.N. Colo-'s Whatf to Mrlbourne, 27th Dec, 1845. For Londonx A REGULAIl TRADER, THE fast-sailing A 1 Oarque 9- THOMAS HUGffES, 3C9 tens register, Thomas Builer, corn mander, loading at Point Henry; the greater portion of her cargo being en gag-d will have quick despatch-hids »uperior accominodation for passengers. For Ireight or passage. apply to W. & H. BARNES & CO. Melbourne SWILLIAMN TIMMVi, Geelong. Decc rber 16. 1845. For Londoa, ,LOADING AT GEELONG, TIlE fine first class barque PLA TINA, SCO tons, Wma. Kiakus, commander. For freieht or passage, apply to the Com-matsdcr on board, or to JAMES CAIN, Geelong and Melbourne. rFr London. T H B British.built Barque D UKE OF RICHMOND A 1 for 10 years, Thomas Barclay com sander. Has a lull poop, and first-rite acccmmodati...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STEALING WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

STEALING WrooL.--It isto be feared that a wholesale ystem of fraud has been for some time :carried on, by some of the carriers or. bulloco drivers brngnging.wool into the town. On Mobday week; a person who had occasion frequenily to go out search ing for stray cattle, saw some bushel bags filled with fine wool, lying in a gulley near Ashby. A short time af terwards they had disappeared. On the followring Wednesday lie saw a number of other bags, which were also taken away soon afterwards. At first lhe'supposed that the bags had fallen oft' some dray; but on exami nation 'ho saw .'that the wool was neith'er in fleeces nor' locks, but ap pearedvto hbive been dragged in hand fuilsfrom a regular bale. On Saturday iagain lie sNiw several bags planted in uheileau' obfa Iailen tree, anti ieing now conIvinced 'that' some villany was going hn, iniliediate information wvas giveh to a Justioe of tlie Peace, who set thie coastabulary upon the alert. In tlhe miantime the bags had again.been ,rem...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

SYDNEY. SPFCUr.ATtON.- The cacoehot lo q endl with reference to the coming change in the administration of our Government has risen to such u height, that we are half inclined to encourage the grnowh of an idea, that ino change after all will take place, at all events until after the reassembling of PIar. liament. which was prorogued to Octo her. We can assure our contemplorary opposite, that there is really no oea. sion to -wait for the arrival of the Sep. tetnbor Packet, for an addition to the hat ch' olrendy before the pu blic.! ince our Ins! issue. we have he"ar.d of at least half a.dnien Lordis ,and Kniahits. who hiive either heern o?er' d the Govern r, ship of iN w' South '\Vals? or+ woitild like to he iterled it,-or1 h d al ilied'ltib he:appoint id to it,: or hiad ml.t come of their. i fluestitil .friendsl t workkrtois*. cure it or. '(arid whicth we Ihillki kiar more .ikel) \.lr A. of .ydney r.anU, Iks to' Mr iL. of s.ydnley. tr el where, thi't Mr C.1 .ould 'miike "' a capita...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

A NEW COMPANY.-A Timber Company hbm Irrher, roj-'oed in I.on. don, to;hl etlled " The Western Auos tralian M hireny Com, any," with a capital of £20.000. The prospsctusr was printed, a?d some of tle principal friends of the colony were expected 'o b-come directors. St.me of the chief mahogany hrukers In I.ondon, as well as some of the ship hlulders, have been shown a ruorih sample of the wood, and have expressd ,hemselves highly satisfied with it.-Adelaide psaper.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISUNION AMONG THE FAITHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

DIfUNION A1MONyG TE FAITIIUL. l . itW hit r hitilhlt Peel and his Rl Iiani ' l :.ll - p'i lnti sl|ippo.nlite tlhe li lrcih nl Its mr, ill lie' ll 11n1 lo, err pr rvil.- ,hni ia .pecI ol s, lllly iy" U li t I t was lovit atllll jil b ie. iti. pit U hs i I aB . Tie .i tilt t'< *Cdll caI.i is" ..schs'ill,, b3l.ri l i,. A i hbishlIo, BCrIlly tnl e l. r i kil.d , Nd lish, Ils i ls . l1 biti dit'iiil r-l.id lihe rit del. atli'n d.s Itiirtt g I- Im tle blrearlh, *s' fITf· .i II' t, 1'i-r. It i ti cih nitii's eviked by lih r,.l i'lhr:wed 13. qi?i.. Act ci ltr' veiV. I ItI la how I 1e of thle rgahn th' tioll ii i '.r tihe lill 0i Judlah : S" Go(d lof.bd." ojacilnaltr the 1TipllP'ty V ild.itl t llor» . Ihat l ie a?,t l'dti for tir nit.. hieiII SaV (ir ilsifllllit', of lie thoug Ll tu leain In t he niiol, that we lelieve tiha- vet. t ?t able ai .t veiip ialtd ii i?-lnte o l'ile ('H.li.o lic cliull h, whI? have n l se tr " Il's.s .;'nel.rille d lie ioliy.of tih G- ae tI ti. t?, in ma...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

PORT ADELAIDE. W.VW have been so long accustomed to hear the praises of Port Adelaide c'haunted by the South Australinn newspapers, that we were positively startled it perusing, in a late numbther of the Register, an o:rticlo wherein ,the abandonment of the Port was se 'rionsly pr .pcsed: and, as the article 'in question aflor.Is a deal of infor .mat ion, we give the substance of it as follows:. STheto rapidly increasing import anceof the export trade of South Aus tralia justifies an enquiry as to wh?at can and ought to he done to give the .neces-sry facilities for discharging and loading ships of suitable tonnage for the dl mands of this province. It is palpibhly evident, whatever private in .terests may urge to the contrary, t hat the present system of bringi.g ships of large tonnage (or otlier than ciast. ing vessels) to the present wharf or "anchurage, is attended with much delay expense, and danger. SThe ;hoal'at the Iight Ship prevents ,a large ship (tom entering the port ex' ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

lC y st - t; ' i ( I , %Nt il r) Ai 'i r. t leN Shtw I;l aill u o e p trir lesl lt i? I osti y l rw i I lllltrchl ie l it ; idel st ii.?i t.l.is Se t ci ,;i>e r) 'iil i ict'i,. eli yi r cgi\ w'II aieo tyritil, onilli tle 'p litis ly irot ' thnes tlit r ;a intil 'whichk ili'ei· jcS;: l l tI r lOicliflhll I?th oitur lyoi.j ith'isa oI ilistss ilsoist c a ilrd'thori t u e t eI"'.' t; Asho1, . t Uf I .i', it . po tc i %t l n ici ll i A , I l t -V . io l sil. d ; ~l: 1) li C let''trii i'' si' lr f(lt.s Ai'ti'k '' ii a I -i i t -iili jt 'it ri i-c ( s si ),l ) s ii in Isitti ','.| K i ispe ; lii i- si sii Vi , imir nt. l'w it liim , ti.h're lti loim I iii li'ituall Slliir; s i taliiit ii t ihl'ais engil-t iro t - r fi s aTllr rt itisl 1, l Ist ( iit 0l ' n i iis lill t . I-,? t i, l?s a ,,; t+.+, r. s I 11, 11 P.ii .t, ;.i+ I,,,i O Ii riii,,llii - ii ) is, irli l-p l st ,e; iiii o isil. ils ? ,'sl irii'i si i S-l,, ! ,!-:ti tsltlesitll,tssii,, ^ t 11 rin d ,It ii,- tks'. I o s.' e l iii...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

GiE3 LOFG. Dr.TAltTuans. bDecemrecr 0.--Novel, brig, inl Inns, Dulnning. ham, na.ster. Ifor lv'erinol, Pasrseinrrs-Mesurs Tnlnl Riimne, and Bissect. Cargo--Bd bales of bLIn'lD OUT. Decemher 0;.-Arab, bltrqiue, 260 tons, Dalgarnn, miaster, for Lisddim. Curgo-1330 bales wool, I box cuat'oIiles. 7 Nos L'ark. I)ecrtol er SU.--Slpartnn?, ship, lenry. innster, 'for London. Cargi-i"-l1t bales wiol,a 29 tolns of bulk, and 760 hlofs anld lhons. Shipped at Ade lhide-160 tons coplpec ore. ' VESSELS , N AllA!IOUnl. ThBnms lHuighes, barque, SO9 toins. fluleti tihaster loadlng fira Lnndodn. ArAb Ihlirluae, 'G tolis, 'Dlgarno ilnilstier loading for oldnoa qt i " 'Pltinal bn q te 320 tons, Kirkus.t aster, loading for Lnlldol 'lpaLrta>ll, atIItlenTry. liniisteri't andlni for Lnndaor, Duke of niclchmondiurque Iloading for-, Londlon. David,dschiooler, lodillig 'for Llobart I'owan. ; " nhgil'oin ad Indy,. George L Porter, Rsq.,.i tlbert Re'lsnill,;?E , Mlra Martdln anod dauighter. Mhiiters Slttit, A...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 December 1845

SYDNEY. POST-OFFICE PACKETS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM.- The following notice appears in the Government Gazette: -- " General Ptst-Office, Sydney, 16th December, 1845--Her Majesty's Government having en tered into arringemcnts for the con veyance of Mails to the United Kingdom, to be despatched from hence on the first day of every month, notice is hereby given, that all Let ters and Newspapers will, in future, be included in such Mails, unless specially marked ' by private ship,' James Raymond, Postmaster-Gene ral." SYDNEY EXPORT MARKBT.-The quantity of wool received during the week is little short of 2000 bales, a great quantity of which has been damaged by wet, and in the anxiety of ships to get loaded suficient care is not taken to see that the wool is perfectly dry ; most contenting them selves with the oulside of the bale, which would soon be dry by exposure to the sun. The desire to purchase is still great, and the prices of the conmencement of the season are fully maintained, Is. ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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