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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
M1AU RITIUS. The Official Gazette of the I~st -May, contains all" Ordoinance" foritisuring the preservation of vaccine matter. and' onfording the use of it. . 'It contains. fourteen sections enjoining, the otlicia medical officers to preserve the virus in tubes or otherwise, and :rendering it compulsory.onu all parents to have in 'fants .vabcinated :when three months. 'old-a moithly register. of births being, kept for that purpose. Ten. shillings. is ordered to be paid for each vaccizia Lion. The Indian labourers that have been introduced are generally disposed to violate their engagements' with. their masters, by running away; and the ex periment of Uoolie immigration seems .not likely ,tobe successful... ;To'pe event their entering into engagements with other masters, a law has -been passed subjecting the masters "who shall en gage any Indian labourer, already en gaged by another, to-a penalty of 2001. The islands of Nos-he and Nos.cumba have been declared by :an 1" Arret," dated ...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
SHZP NZEWS. A it it IVA LS. Novenmber 24-GOVIVP.NOR LA T' ROBE, ctutter, Gulthrie mIlaste?r, fromn ?l elbourae, with a general cargo. 27-A PIl RASI A, steamer, Lawler inaster, from Mlelbouiirne. nrrIAItTUItE?. Noveiibihr 22 - A PiIRASIA, steamer, Lawlewr master. for Melboul, e. 23 - GovERNOR LA 'I'ROse, cutter, Gttthrie master, for ,Melboturle. 21--NAIAD, schtooner, Lindsay master, for lioubltrt Towsl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
O02 3EO;I 3OM.UN. FirsE TWool;,Ship this Season. THE fine fast-sailing BRIG N ECHARTRET, Sl,!00 tone. F. C, KII'EE T ommander, is pow on the berth at' Point Henry rrndv to receive Wool. * Nearly allbher. ,rieL heing engagned, will he despatched Mirly in )ecemreirdw'r-f . For Freight or passag pply, *. SitRA'CHAN..& CO. ; Corio, October '6, 1841. ror Lonado- at Geelooigd. l E A I iast-Si ii barqu a T~uS . ;asir-aitrsad, jARIE5 SIarTIi commainder. 227 tons per pi'ister. will tnake ltip h"r berth at Point Hlinry. immnPlirltly upon thes discharge ol h'r inward canrgo. The largest portion of this -vessel's r.rgo ol wool being alrentldy Pngaged, dlipn"rs are reqiiested to make enrly application either to JAMES CAI., or WE\\RE oROTHrERS & CO. WOOL. rTHK undersignpd will purchase or A iavance on Wool of this season's rlip. ccnsignetd to Messrs. A. A. opwer, Neplhews, & Co., London,-deliverahle Hat their Stores in Melbourne or Geelong. CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY. Sept...
VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
VI.SSrE1S EXI'PIETED. PROM LONJIN. oilonlu, hnrqiie, 950 Lunln, Blrowln mlaster Dlumnfres Esnclhaires', tI, stii Ja1111 10 Jul0, 5ItllIut r. 7IO, SPIe' i. 1.00all 1011131 June. a:d,13 MIarguii cC Luly KlInIIttway, slip. 7!,0, wit Ii emiolgranls, June 8 Mla y Nixoi,, l,ai qutl, 4r, ,ieltlI, Insoil .1 uly 20 il;ironrel, sit ICui l CeL'sLollu, to) Sail tutLu Jiily. 0. lent, 2ndl A. gistL lticloilIl IIiiii i. lUrquIe, 2501, Luilgridgc, July 13 itesluutee, stl July S~lltus (sariled) Soltill,, biu lUli', 411, lnbilsoII Srahll, aIrquellIc, 406(, EIldulid La sail Junl 10 WiCIeoLI, Lu tuil July 10 'Willinii' liinter, shlip, 000, with enmigaintls, May 20 York, 5thi Aulgut 3,0110 LIVEOO1I'i11L. Vtuneiss Sharp m uster.I' 1OV 'LYOIL'II. Alexatitllr, 21111 August j'll~iIl S ii Iicu'leliL'rc H hll 1115, '271t1 Setesusber Ililnlntny: ~7 11, etlllcllber (Jultuuure, hid Auulat lPlIOSI COnK. Ag~ostitln, 24th Altettnt I) rauik,'InlliiiI, 11th Jutly Satiiiilvl Bllluldiigtolnl, lull, Septemnber Auiu:, ba...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
51ELBOURNE SHIPPING. A RI1.IVAIs, November, 20 -- 1o5al Mail, schooner, I Ia%, fromi Adelaide and Portland Bay. 22-True Love, schoonelr, Coulton, fromr Launicestoin. 22-Corsair, steamer, Bell, from Laun cestonl. . 25-?Vill tVatch, schooner, Hlarding, ftom Launncestotn. 25-Dusty Millller, schooner, Saunders, f1l li Latinucesl1o f 25-Mary, culter, from Corner Inlet. 20-Lillias, schooner, Smnitlh, f uoln Laun CLEARItEll .OUT. November 10- Brothers, barque,i?tal tlii, for Sydney 10 - AlcmenPa, barque, Galbrailth, for Port A dclaide. 20-Sarah, brig, Bell, for Sydney. 25- Flhing Squirrel, schooner, Clinch, f'oa lobart Town. 25 - Cor'ti', steamer, Bell, for Laitin. cestoin.
NEW CABINET (ANTICIPATED) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
Ni ~i' CAnitNET (ANTICIPATED) Cnlreltr, c . 1oll I, Itaike 1,1 WVo.ttngtntt tFtt't I.r·l 1, L Iale TretITrV. Sir Itotlelrt PedI Lii 1'. i~S Soot, l~itte ,i Itilititottit~ ofllrSrlc, g tCctt.e,?lr i1)e11 aiei.1 tot sitirt~ titto, ILord S Alttlycl Ultety at Lutlcas.ter,, lttdc Derby MOnEy MI·ARKET. - "The wannt, of ttltthdtatcr,' ' ot in Ihiiliist ms, but in ttttltPttr v a fT.' irs, w hit I has liirowli i [Iio over ib a ely Iia¶Disphar.a (luring~ Itep tant \vovk 'IZ IIIIIIh t.tetalPnrl~ II Stitrll It, ther ot iiit ,i o corn Iteree, nlot f'ree of trrtckl, has sub~sided. Trhe homes se turitir. Ct'liihi I d a tenda~n cy Ig~t) shoot 110 n~itnt~, And 1Ito rarrc has letis e lirinttess inr thi.· tta~rket. itt Pt tlitus tt titotiters, utttd, iiidctit, to Ilitt tit~tllr Ii' Pr1 tlers ~oyal has pttssad 1110 tilt Itttrrtit t ~~(o(hs of liar infancyrc- itt.) F~nn~ totk ~ititte a sho~rt time ugo, tttttl di'~ hlttt~r wi:hriti the last few ddgYa AvPtllOhCl i ~a M tIti AllliE. IN ilaloi tItit,-.-It j...
ENGLAND. RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
ENGLAND. IlecIGNATION oF MINISTERS.' By way of Hobart Town we hnve inglish nsws.utnto the first:of August The principal topic of discussiol was. the Address of Lord John Rus·ell to his constituents, wherein lhe briefly ,?aows his intentions in the following » oriu s: " As no ministers of the crown can uantld withiut the confidence of the tiouse of Commons, our retirement torn ollice will immediately follow the condemnationI of our policy. In this iltered position it would be inconsistent wilt mty notions of public duty to harnss the government of the duy by vexatious ornosition."
UNPARALLELED EFFRONTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
UNPA ItALLELED EFFItUNTERY. Our South Australian neighbours have not learned circumspection. Only listni to the cool mauier in which the Inlde pendant would persuade us that we do not know our own mind: '' We believe that'Messrs lHenry antd all who have any stake at Plortland Usvy, have expressed their anxiety that it should belong to South Austlallia r,:thr than Port Phillip. A petition Ifrom the' inhabitants of the settlenient, stanl:Ig the grounds of their Irelezence, would probably still be in time to be useful with the home Government, Port Phil. lip has petitioned to be allowed to retain Portland Bay, and the latter hI s an undoubted right to petition to he excused from being made dependant on a settlement, which is itself dependant upon another settlement, We shall Ihe glad to hear that the Portland t.iy proprietors have adopted our suggestiol to petition.,
NOVEL PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
NOVEL PROPOSITION. The insulting conduct of the loine Government-in throwing- aside our claims for a legislative assembly, as ai mere matter of convenience to them selves, and in re-enacting that most odious of laws, the New South Wales Act-ought to have called down the wrath of the colonists in a more signal manner than it has yet done. The Observer, in an article headed 'C Our Rights, and we will have them," recommends the colonists of New South Wales, Port Phillip, and. Van Diemen's Land to proceed at once to the electioni of representatives, who should meet at some central point, such as Melbourne, and there form themselves into a con gress, for the purpose of agitating the question of representation, and for drawing up petitions and remonstrances against the method pursued by the Hlome Government in the administration of our local affairs, and withholdinig Irom us the right of having a voice inl their management and in the disbursement of the contents of our own treasury chest....
SUPREME COURT, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
SCtRnl]E COURT, ov. 5. .r John Duerdi, was, on ti. motion btr Ilonolable Mr Murray, ndotitted Sttorney, solicitor, and proctor of. he Court. ,ll) JUDGE'S CLOSING ADI)RESS? n arnot close this term - a term r1 has tken1 place :at perhaps the timportant crisis in the an Is of ,province, without expressing my i'r satisflatmnn at the spirit of nmo ?,F?l ? and moutllul forhbearance which c aractrriedr' the memberst of this ?,scnlty. 'lT'hit tIhere has been of rn r.aatt pecuniary distress throuh6iut ;le Australaianl colonies, ' cannot be bliated; anI when we conisider the nhlter of ships and their tonnage which resorts to our noble port-the. aout of our 'imports and exports, Lich mroy he termed r our home trade, lch distress must I fear in some de: , have affected tl he etrratitile trans. lajs in this colony,-in which almost I?th, inhahbitants are more or less volved. \What then under such cir Lms2lanres has been the business of e.i tP-t ? I answer from the returns ,r no, only thirty.t-nin...
GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
GOVERNMENT ._LAND SALE. We need not remind li'e speculative world (for it is always wide awake) but the less bustling portion of the cori. munity, who may be apt to forget, that the Government sale of Towtn Allot ments' in :Nrth'Geeloni will i?ke place on Wednesday next the 1st of Dlcember at the Survey Office, in M"lboaruei Although we feel:an :itense interest il the result of the sale,. yet we will re -rain from any comments that might have a tendency to influence the markel. We refer to our advertising columns fo? s description of the lits, and in order to, give an idea of _their Situation, we republish the following plan of the block which is to be put'up for sale.
TO OUR MELBOURNE SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
TO OUR MELBOURNE SUBSCRIE?Lt[S. We have just received notice that our last 'week's papers have not been received in Melbourne. \We cannot yet tell where the blame lies; we can only state that they were duly forwarded through the post-oflice, and we have been asEured that they were dispatched with last Monday's mail. We shall en. duavour to discover the cause of such ir regularity, and, should it occur again, we must, in justice to our readers and ourselves, try some eflectual means for enlorcing better atteuntion wherever the miscarriage occurs.
EXTRAORDINARY INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
EKTRAOILRDINARY INCEAS'E.-We be lieve that the following inslance of fecundity in sheep, which occurred at Coyehenup near, the Pyrenees, has never yet been paralleled. Two ewes, both belonging to one flock, had four lambs each in the .present month, and the saime two ewes had twins in March last-thus making twelve lambs in one year, all of them alive and thriving well.
OUR POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
OUR POLICE MAGISTRATE. We expect that this. worthy will he tried to.day for a breach of the Police Act. Some twenty or thirty of his cows were impounded -yesterday. We will of course be in attendance, to see whether he will. adjudicate in ;his own cause--or if he will plead ignorantce of the law-we are also curious to know whether he will be fined in the highest or lowest penalty-or.whether the afflir will be hushed up, and passed over in silence... Nous verrons.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
SYDNEY The accounts from the Quarantine station are anything but favorable. There are no less than sixty cases of small-pox, at present, on board the New York Packet, besides a number of cases of various other diseases, which are not contagious; only two cases of typhus fever have broke out on board the Ayrshire, since she has been sent to quarantine, those that were formerly on the list are fast recovering, so that there is a probability of her being re- lieved from the quarantine ground in about a week. MONITARY.-Several of the new, ar- &nbsp; rivals, it is said, have brought out a considerable amount of capital to this BANKRUPT colony. These HORRID BAD TIMES are "excellent times to invest it to advantage;" although all that has been invested hitherto has failed in PRODUCING-anything bankruptcy. According to some folks, capital brought to Australia is like water spilt upon the ground, it cannot be gathered up again. -Observer PORT ESSINGTON.-Letters from Port Essington, da...
THE BLACKS—COMMITTAL—MR HURST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
THE BLACKS'-COMMITTAL--MR &nbsp; &nbsp; HURST. &nbsp; The outrages by the Blacks are in creasing at a fearful ratio. There is scarcely a settler but has suffered from their ravages. Formerly they used to single out a station and drive off the sheep in large flocks; they are now less bold, but more crafty ; and while they have extended their depredations to almost every station, they are not so easily discovered and repelled. They have also been making greater destruc tion among the cattle,. and especially the calves, than formerly. In some instances they display great cunning in burning the remains of their feasts; &nbsp; while at other times they will leave a number of carcases of cattle scattered about with only a small portion of the flesh cut off. We are sorry to have to record the fact that one of our most respected settlers was so far exasperated by one of these black marauders, who threat ened to spear him after having speared his cattle, that ...
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 November 1841
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—The Colonial Committee of the General As- sembly of the Church of Scotland, have appointed three additional clergymen for the province of Australia Felix, who are daily expected to arrive in the over- due ship from Greenock. The Rev. Mr La?rie, one of the number is appointed &nbsp; to proceed to Portland Bay, the Rev. Mr Gu??, who preaches both in English and Gaelic, is intended for the Pastoral charge of a second Presbyterian congre- gation in Melbourne. The third, (whose name has escaped our recollection) comes as Missionary to the blacks, the ex- pense of the mission being defrayed by a beneveloent lady in Edinburgh. — Patriot. BOTANICAL GARDEN. Sir George Gipps, having approved of the establish- ment of a public domain, for the pur- poses of rearing and cultivating indige- nous and exotic plants, having any peculiar or rare properties, it has been determined by the local Government to set apart "Batman's Hill" and the sur- rounding land down to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841
r UIYtiGEELONG ADVERTISER will JiL in Tuture; be published every Mon1 dlay thr'riing in Corio: and in Mlel. bourne.on the evening of the same day, or eirly, on the. following morning. Termts of Subiscription-Six shillings and sixpence per quarter.if piid in ad. vance; or Seven slillilngs and sixpence if paid at the end of the quarter. The quarter to date from the first publicn. tion after the entry of the subscriber's name on the list. llesignations must be accompanied with the paymient of the current quarter and all previous urrear: otherwise the paper will continue to be charged until a complete settlement be made. Terms of Advertising--T'e charge for each insertion is Three shillings,for the first si.xlines of space, and Threepence. a line above that number. Advertise ments will be received in Melbourne up to Friday evening, and at the print ing office in North Corio until Saturday evening. The number of insertions iS required to be written on each adver tisement, or they will be...
MISCELLANEA. Cardinals. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841
MlISCELLANEA.. Cardinals.-There has been a Car dinal of every nation except an Irish one--perhaps lest he should encroach on the authority of the Pope iniaking bulls. .Sippery Wit.-A man . a little the. better for liquor," as poor Munden used. to have it, was gliding his' way along Gower Street on Monday morning the pavement"being like a piece of glass. At lehgth le felldd ori jast as a police man was, approaching the spot, ,who said to him goodrhumouredly ," I say, old fellow, I must taker you up formsli.! dlinr'onth'e 'pavement" 'To which sang frozdia,- t F ij?vTu voeulI 'e cannot get up inyself. .' d Brailial Aborigine.-- Presentil saw a red man running down the mnu tain with the agilit of a tiger-ca-' a in another instant he sprang into cotta'ged I HisiiSkin was quite rFod, w ' black glossy. hair, and a long beard ; i gur was slung bdhiild.'iim, and 1h \, drespsed "i anmon'keyskini jaeket w1 a 'ca?'?did 'continuatioins of the minateil,.orrather abbr ah abbevaiuions, they only re...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841
Forgeries.-Thire are a great maniy forged Bank Notes passing about town. We recommenid the trades.people to be wary,- for .the notes are so well ex. ecuted, that one of the Local Banks gave chriange for a forged £5 note last week= Hobart Townr Advertiser: lhoax On' Wednesday mornirng last the town was partially frightened from its p. propriety :by, the irumour, that the ,Glenibervie, merchant-sh'ip,.just arrived in the river, had made aasignal .to an-: nounce a ",: person =of distinictidi'' on board.- Great was f;tlihe wonlderment created; aindi?Le new Colonial Treasu, rer and Attorney-General were either .of them: named asthe person of distinea. tion.- -The reporti?caused a manifest anxiety to lthose&oflicials' wlio epect ;shortly' to become persons of e?tinct tion: In. thie presen? . csee the lioak _vwas well sustained, for two or three, hours, to, the great perturbation:of, divers of the officials. -Hobart Town Courier. _. The Land' Sale on Monday was poorly attended, ari...