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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

I.M 'STKIIS of Vetsels in HIarbour arc requested , I call or send for Copies of this IPaper on the days of publicalion. S ESATRDlongY JANUAY 10, 1C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 181G. Zmportant Sale of Horse Stocok Fifty head without the slightest reserve. BEAR, AND SON Have received instructions from Thomas Wills, Esq., to sell by auction, without reserve, at the Market Yards, oft TUESDAv, the 3th of January, 1846, at' half past 12 o'clock precisely, T WENTIY-FIVE MARES, in and wilh :foals, and TWENTY.FIVE BORSES rising three, four, five, and six years old, bred from mares by "Satellite," h lector," and " Emigrant," their sires by '' Whihker," and " Selim." These valuahle horses are sound, standing 14. 15. and 16 hands high, possessing fine symmetry, with great muiscular strength, adapted for the turf, saddle, gig, or carriage. To breeders the young mares with loils are invaluable. To those who aro in want of good horses, such an opportunity has never occurred in the colony; The auctionee...

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 — 10 January 1846

PA JR A SO L S. Registered according to Act of Parliament) Tho First Imported. ! . CORIO STREET, GIEELONG, . AS just opened a small parcel of the ahove Parasols, so much ad mired by Her Majesty. N.B.-For the convenience of por chasers, each parasol is provided with suitable case. Wines and Spirits. THE Undersigned will have a con stant supply, of the undermen tioued articles, .viz: West India Hum; " Hrnnessy's" Brandy " Levizac's do Malt Whiskey Case Gin Draught Do. Bottled Alo and Porter Marsala Wine in Octaves Sherry in Octaves and - Casks Port and Sherry in Bottle's American Lemon Syrup Liqueurs and Peppermint. ALRIED WOOLLEY. Moorabool Street. Geelong Literary Institution,1 r HE Annual General Meeting of the Members of the above institution will'bp held on the Evening of Monday, the 26tli of January, at iHalf-past Six o'clock, in the Heading Room, for the purpose of electing Oflicers, receiving the Report of the Committee, and tran.acring any other business of the lonstitution. ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

THE PRE CI-lURCH O0 SCO;LAND. [The following lines, wvi.ttn nearly two years npo' are taken trom, a emall yote ilntitolued " Botany Bay." by J. Gordon.] ?ly.worthy ,reverend sires beyond the Tweed, Who'se itomd tietest lthat stron.ly tries the heart. Andl triunphed Ilobly iln'.ncl n onlnlltutl catdse, Had1 fear lf tulome prosleects-fear ofniucht Thi's world could either give ir take away i1Ut siuimte-ylsr liearts;l'yniur fonid p tlehutml hearts (FIir wives andor helpless cliildreir willm do inulci Ti shilke the firmest frmi tleii liich resolves,) A ninii; idmoile 3'31 filt erhi inlinat flery imur Vhellll dAollS tlll agdrulmcatl lltilellbllll. stood Su1 few dse'cnd that llhey tInmy hiitIetr rise- How haid the awulid, which huw apllauds, rea tpro~eched, '• • ' Anil slhaile; nnad otlinsquiy e' lm hulei, andl heaped, Allnldl .led Irlln duayt t l o n lnm l ylom r heads, Till evemy fCImii. sm falir anid r.diait InIw, " tHlIati dlianled nmild mlaitl ned il Iith puIllic eye, Amid slmak mts5...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

'iTHE arrival of the Sydney maill last night, at a late hour, has put0 us in p ssession of the new Waste: Lands Act, a complete dcopy ,of Swhich we, give below. :Our anxiety Sto present this' impoitant bill' with out delay to our readers, has comn pelled us to omit otlier mattler':of! fimportance.. It will be perceived thatT the proposed measure is'widely different frdm the one. ihiich was ,introduced and withdrawn' during t hiielst ses .i o f . Parliafeh t. i b p;iincipal points of difference, beiog *as follows : e ri iiew Bill ;restric(s "the tern of leIsato se:cni: years. 2. lie amount of assessment payabld is restricted to the rates' a prefet levied. S,3i Beyon!i b'the boiundaries :of lociat on, leases may, be grin ted ,wi h orl without :s.le by auction, iat:thb discretioif the o\ernor. 4. The Grown canntotsell eveno the revrsio?a?ii' in terst of; the land without the consent of tthe lessee. A Bill to amend (.n Act for reigu: 'lating the Sale ofl Wastq Land be longing! too the C...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMELTING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

StMELTINO OPERATIONs. - CO.O WItALr INoDUSTRY. - With reference to the results of Dr. Davy's smelting ope. ,rations we have the gratification to mention that last evening the Doctor's temporary experimental works were visited by Messrs Blyth, Bunce, W. Elder, A. L. Elder, Finnis, Graham, Neales, Peacock, P'enrny, Paxton, and Stocks. for the purpose of witnessing the smelting of a charge of copper ore. While there, we ascertained a few more particulars regarding this most interest ing sihject, wnich we shall now state. The charge previously put'in consisted of 44lbs of thesurface oteof the Burra Burra Mi;ne, being part of the lot first brought to Adelaide. The quantity was 231bs of pure copper, besides a quantity in the slag, estimated, at least to weigh 51bs, thus yielding between 50 and 60 per cent. Late last evening ve saw, from 6tlbs of ore, the melted copper run into a mats of 241bs, which wjith a quantity in the slag, made a return of upward:ls of 301bs. The Doctor's plan is tr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"WANTED, A MARTYRDOM" — (A NEW SO [?] ATTRIBUTED TO SMITH O'BRIEN, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

"WANTED, A MAIrTYRDOY"-P (ANr.w bo a ArrasJurTDo To sASiTIt O'u?rZN, U '.r. IVanted, a mnrtyrdonmt -walted, h ni wanted,. By one whit has tlust hlinefl ?,t'ward of l nae, Wi'Vth a dream of aiiiprisiioiltfl Iernibly JaI.iLt(.t A sisall taste of l)an'i pesit itiniIs,? |yt(.ai He'i tiled evely endgre, butil hle lsar~,sill will fall Och I nmurtlicl I will. uttLdy put h m anIIIjatl In the hope of "three tinthsll'' lie Ilas doil arisn, :Andsloiiea liarodg Io .dimativiil ,e Ct. . To pet Iilliself plalced fir seditlion hi l' plino, Aid Ad'boii t of li?Ar? slri?gI" Aijbly'i lih Iil})in;. IBut il lia ier.vlliilli aI s il jluast fateli he Iutitt rails Och I niurtlher ! will nlobodyllput hlsii n jil ' The call rf the lanse-when no call was ltended-e lie swrte he'd res?st like a brick."tik as as i ; And a greit deali of fuss, frcutl,ailn lfury expeided, To show that lo Imlartyr's bright zeal was like Ins~ I But alasl tlis experiment did not avail - Oclh I lurtherl will nIobody put him in jail t ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PORT OF GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

Si:T ?fTHE PORD T OF 'GEELONG'" . - I H iliblerail conduct of the Go vernmeintS.i ,refisiung ,ommeroial facilities to the Port of Geelong,i?is so gross and palpaible; thatitic'ills dow~n: the inidignationi even. of ~in different spectators: in neighbouring colonies. -The ,Hbbart :Townl Ad ,rtiser? hais takenfi "'u pI a'o oaude With some degree of warnt h, and supported usin the anticipation that our claims, Will, in ii epite of aili attempts to evnide them, ere: long crmmand attention. In :the Ad. vertiser of December las the fol lowing remarks ocdur';: -" The trade between ,Geelong and this colony has been' cdnsiderable for some.years, but it.seems that considerable iejustice is done to the port by refusing to make it a port of entry. This forces vessels to first proceed to Melbourne, and thus considerable expense and trouble are inourred, the reason assigned being we believe metrely the expense,v:which coisideriag that Geelong opens up a fertile district, pastured byan immense niu...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISCOVERY OF NATIVE SILK. Waurin Creek. Colac Road, 6 January. 1846. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

DISCOVERY OF NAITIVE SIL.. WVaurin Cree k; Culae Road, G January. ISIG. To tIhe Editor of the Gee/oug Adccrtirer and Squrrtters".' Adcocarre. StR,-1 am sorry that I am not more of a Niaturalist, to give you a nIrOe classical description ofthe' interestitg discovery of-a u splcies of Native Silk Worm. Tite enclsed a sarmple of their industry I hope will mneet with yotr uitettiot. I rave so'me of rthe N'ative Blacks who are well acqraintted with them, in my pay, who are out collectinlg sle cimen, wvhich I will forward for ycur in fotmarion. 'lther is a grear variety of spre cies of tlis Silk or Wool W'orm, tlirree of which I am confident will btcome of imn pottance lothe mtercantile woald as an arti cle of commnerce, ihieln their indlllstriorns Iabiits are investiga:ctl-if tile Honte G., V'ernment wonld give en?ollrtagern entt to a Ifew te ndesmen anti their families to emigrale to Ihiis Colony, nalivrs of E?nope or Chinia, arld Whlo liad been blronight np il thie alrt of rearing tiLe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GEELONG IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. JANUARY 5, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

ANNU~AL 1EETING OF '1'"E GEE., LONG IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. c JASoUAnt 5, 1845. r Mr Russell having been called to the chair, said that the present meeting was convened in accord ance with the rules of the Geclong 1 Inmmigration Society, for the purpose of hearing a statement of tile ac counts and transactions of thie as sociation for tihe past year, and of considering what will be tile fittest I mneasures or carrying out its opera tions during thlat w hich Ihad jrust coniencdl. IHe called upon Mr Wallace, tihe Secretary, who read thie report as follows: GENTLrEN,.--YOUr Committee have tihe pleasure of laving hefore you this day, in terms of the 12th rule of the Focirty, their annual report of their pro. credinigs during the last year. But before entering .into a detailed state ment of the operations of the pre. rent society, it till be necesrary for your committee to refer first to the procetilines of , The Geelong ]mmigra. tion Society, which may be considered to have mrrgd in the pr...

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 — 10 January 1846

ENGLAND. LokD GREy.-After 1812, and when ihe worse portion of the Tories got en. throned la thbe supremacj, when thle Banausic 'rinciple (we must coin a word fromthe most eXoressive of lans eunoages to express all its intense vulgan rity, btegan to obtaint, when tile ruomp of the old Pitt sytem rgot well into the anddle, Lord Grey did what might havo been exipecfcd Ifron so high a ie-t l,.nla f. He belhaved as Somerset andi Godolplhi had done before when Harley wa, in offire, tie opposed, but not icess:ntly angrily, nor with cro'nstant Ifaction, hut in stately speeches antd solemn protests; And these e@tenditrg over a period of tiwventy years are ~rorth a referenice were it only to justify a remark of 'fr Rogers. that Lord Grey is the dnly politician, who, whaitever may 'livisv been his foults, in whatever he ha? said or done, has always spokeh English. Hut they are abo worth' it rcferitrce, for 'the contrast's st':ka tl those who turn with sickness anttd 'dis gust from this page in...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. SIR EARDLEY WILMOTT'S LETTER OF INVITATION TO THE NEW MEMBERS OF COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

VAN DIBEMEN'S LAND, siif EARinLeY WtILtIOTT'"S LETTERI OF INVIt'ATION TO TUE 1LW M iMBEIlS OP CO~UCIL. Goneritmebnt I[ouse,- 1815. Sir,-I beg to offer you nte of the vacar?t seats in tihe LeCidi:ative CoUticil. 'The faclts, wllich lId to thle late resigna; tions., arte the foi?owing: itn the c~nd day of life meeting of tllLte ouncili Mr Gregsfon made the followihg declaraliot: T'Thlt it was his-lixed deter. ttinlllion, and tho.t of those titlh ivion het acteld, that no bill shollid pass, levying a vhillitig on the pith!ic, tutn tine I-Inome Go. vernmenlt htsll paid. the Judicial, Police, inid Gaoo EXp.inditure." 'IThe Lichltinn lll, tnd highway Bill, were in cotnsequeltnce ejected wilinutt dns clstioll nol titn il merits, nnd I abaindoned onue or two bills I :ad pt epared for iucr'asing the revenitle. I ltherelfore adjourned tile Colncil,to give mtoe tine to revise then Eliinates tittle t . duoed, in consrquei'ece of these "ro oceedings. Whlen thie Counicil met, every stage of tile ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 January 1846

BIRTH, At his residence on the Moorabool near Geelong, on the 5th instant, the Lhdy of John Learmonth, Esq., M.D., of a Daughter, which only survived its birth two days. DIED. On Tuesday the 6th inst., at the resi- dence of his Father, John, the beloved Son of Mr John Sutherland, of this town, aged 2 years and 3 months.

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 — 10 January 1846

LIST of unclaimed Letters in the Geelong Postoffice, Jan. 2, 184(6 Abbott William L~ ce Jnoephl Arpgu Joln Lucis Henry Armvtace Rilr Leary J A rcl;dlll T F H 1 lulhollnnd James An derson Robert llatthews Richard Altderrsol WV Muarav Part Adety W Mliller James Andeisonr Thomas lNartin James A Ilan, V ,W Morgan I rs Boucher James Melrose Andrew Bueridge Samuel Mlyers Jihn Bearon Charles Mlorgan Palt Budge William Mlahony John Byrnie Wllinm Mlurray Adam Bilton John lMurphy J iangley t-enry Markiliop George Belaonl Jamnes 6I' Ga h Cahiberine ilitgley T1'B Ma:tiln William Brown Emma 1%i'Kiullln J olin Brusn Wa\Viiinm lorrissy Michael loull WValliam ulorton Francis Iturden Mrs Nliniken W P Barclay James Muir William Bolthwirk Robert 11athews It C Haull Chamles E Mae kelnach Mr Blloomfield Joseph M'Langhlan William Bell Hobert Al'Ui~egor Donald Bulrgess George hlureey JolnL ennelltl T YV IAlill r Peter Beswick-- ni' Wirtisher Ebenezer Bestly J Mlalay IV Uiay John 3lmAlpine Peter Cuiming Jo...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 January 1846

I- i IIIOURNE. Jn~ulliry -Swan. ililg, from Luinncetonn. Pai seiiiseris Mr iiidl Mlrg Andertonl, Mi.s Aiilcrsoii, ir Nlinckersny, Mr Ilorrdlnlle, Mlr Willi%. Mliss Huds petll, MlI Beinll Mrs blt'Claris, two liss Al'Clasis, Salld D1r Dryden; 42 passcngers Inilliu'steerage, Janulary 1--Sarah LouianOldllmin, mIaster, fromn Miacao. Passeuger-Mr .Frederlck DullsfirJ. SOLZEARD OUT. SJanuary 10-Christilna. 'brig, Saniders, master, for HSydney. I'ssengers--Mr 1. J. D)aIetl, Mr I'. B. Similth. Mr W%; W.lilnter, tlcv P, B. Geoglieeall. :ir anld lirs Kelsli; ntine inll tie sccrage.

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 — 14 January 1846

VASTI'IRS of Vessels in Ilarbour are requested to cull or send for Copies of thlis Paper on the dAysof publication. lWEDNESDAY, JANUAbie tit . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1846.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUNCH. SONG OF THE MODERN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 January 1846

PUNCI-. SONG OF THE MODERN TIMES. Oh! how the world has altered since some fifty years go- When boots and shoes would really serve to keep out ailn and snow But double-soles and broad clothl-oh ! dear me, liow very'low. To talk of such old fashioned things, when every one must,know. That we are all well bred gentlefolks, all of the modern time,. We all :neet ,now, at midnigh't hour. and' form a g "glittering thirong;" . Where lovely angels walk quadrilles, and ne'er * *do:L'Ete wrongl :: ' . Where eastern, scents, all fresh and sweet from ** Rowland's," float alon'g, Andtlie imunetof a good old country dlance would sound like a Chinese gong In' tlh'd ears of Twellbred'gentlefolks, all of tie . modern li ..'e ' , Young ladies noiw, (if age sixteen, must give thel . friends a ! rout," And teich tlecouk and housemaid how to " lstan the things about;" ,And they. must. pull Sla's bedstead, and hurry scout and flouht' To have a lmne. refreshment room, land "lay a supper out"-, r Like well...

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 — 14 January 1846

THEATRE. UNPER THE PATRONAGE OF SEVERAL RESPECABLE FAMILIES. ON THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15th, 1846, Will be acted for the first time here, a romantic drama, called TH8tE MIAN AND THE MONSTEI~, OR, THE FATE OF FRANKENSTEIN. Ritaberg......................................... Mr_ Mereton. Strut t........ .......... .............. . Mr Wilks Frankenstein ....................... ;.Mr Cameron 5 * * M * (the Monster)........... ...... ... ... .......... Mr Miller Emmeline ..............................Mrs Mereton Lissetta........... ............ ...... ....'.?...Mrs Cameron COMIC SONG.. .............. ....... ... MR. MERETON. To'be followed by:the laughable farce, entitled THE LO TTE ]Y .TICXKE T. Wormwood.......................................Mr Miller Capias .. r ............................ ..................Mr Mereton Charles .....................:......... ............ ......Mr Wilks Susan .............. ........... :... .................Mrs Mereton Mrs Corset...................... ....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSE AND CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 January 1846

HORSE AND CATTLE STMEALING. 'IT would be diffieult to form an esti-. niato of the number of Horses and Cattle which have strayed or been stolen throughout Port Phillip, but it must be'iimmnso, and if any pos sibloe way of diminishing the evil c?uld;i?'e'devised, it would be a pub lic benefit of no littleo importance. With a view to the partial accom plishment of this object, tho printe!r of this paper has had -many serioius intentions of attempting, with thli assistanico of the settlors, the com pilation of a " Book of Brands," with a view to the identification of each others' stock by the settlers. But this plan would be of tedious.appli cation, and it unfortunately hanpponxa that the greater number of strayed animals have no legible brands ; while the horses liable to be stolen have generally changed hands so often that the brand is no index to the owner. A more simple and eflicacious scheme has been suggested to us, and which, if approved of by the settlers, will be immediately p...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 January 1846

THE BANKS.--11re understand that several of our influential merchants are endeavouring to persuade the managers of the two banks here, to extend their lhours of business on Saturdays' to .two- o'clock. This would be a great, public convenience if carried out. At Adelaide, where. tiie baniks have consented to grant this.: boon ;to:the~pubit lic, 'ifts found to .work adm;iralil,.-Patriot. I LUiATICS, -. In consequence of whatE.transpired at the examination of Thomas Spencer Boyd, Doctors Cussen and Campbell visited the goal and examined every one confined as i lunatic, when they arrived at the conclusion that the whole fifteen were fit. subjects for Tarban Creek, their becoming convalescent where they. were being totally out of the question. WVe presume this to be a proparator3 step to the removal of these unfortunates to a place where proper care and attention can be paid to them.-Patriot. THE BRIGHTON RACES. - Not withstanding the oppressive heat of the day, theo thermometer being u...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 January 1846

NEW ZEALAND. CnoPs.-This season the quantity of land in4ultivation here will be over 2000 acres, of which not less than 600 will be in wheat. This will give us at least 300 tons of flour. Weo believe our consumption is not above 200; so that we shall have 100 for exportation. Our potatoes will pro bably form an article of export. Last year we had 288 acres. Probably tife quantity will not be doubled this, as more land will boeput into wheat and barley in proportion to other crops. Of barley there is plenty of seed this year, and as a second brewery is to be started at the beginning of the noew year, there is every encouragement for agricul turalists to grow a largo quantity; which we understand is being done. STocic-This year we expect there will not be less than 10,000 sheep and 1200 head of horned cattle. PRovsitoss - Price of flour per ton £20. Brocad, 2lb loaf, 5d. Beef, 5d to Gd. Mutton, Gd to 8d. .Poik, oAd. .. CENsUs-Weo are extremely happy to hear that a census willshortly b...

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