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A NEW CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

A NEW CITY.-The following ani. mated description of one of the last wonders of our day, the new city now rising at Birkenhead, is from the pen of a noble diplomatist, and will be read with interest : I have made a very agreeable trip to Ri'kenhrad, which is a place rising, as if by enchantment, out of the desert, and bidding fair to rival, if not eclipse. the glories of Liverpool. Seven years ago there was not three houses on that side of the Mersey-lthere are now about 20,000 inhabitants; and on the spot wh-re within that time Sir W Stanley's hounds killed a fox in the open feld' now stands a square targer than Bel? grave- quare, every house of which is occupied. At Liver pool there are now ten acres of docks, the charges for which are enormous; at Birkenlhead there will be 47 acres, with rates two-thirds lower, which will gradually diminish until (supposing trade to continue pros perou-) they will almost disappear, and the docks become the property of the public at the end of 30 y...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER AT SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

MIURDER AT SINGAPORE. From the Straits Times. An inquest was held on lthe body of a fe male, which was recognised to be that of a wife of a King. wiho with three others were attacked in a boat by some Malays, and with the exception of the bhy, were concluded to to have been murdered. The circunmsa;ances that followed the inqnest, tile burial or' the body, thie sealing of the effects, and the satdden advent of the whole of tihe supposed musdered people, must be fresh in the me mories of our leaders. Tihe resappearance oft' thie missing cast a veil of mystery over the circumstance of thie death or the woman, whose body was found in thie water, with two severe cuts on the head, completely dik riding thie parietal bone. It was clear that a most atrocious musrdr hlad been commitled, but ont wihom and by whom tire researches of the police failed to diacover.-T-'l'rttthl is often said to be stranger than fiction ; tile chlequeredl circumstances atrendig on the inquest of the body above all...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S MEMOIR ON THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

THE .GOVEINOI's NJIOIR ONTBF FINANCIAL SYSTEM. "The Financial System of .eNw South Wales," says the opening pa grgraph, " had its origin in a des patch from Lord Goderich, of tht 30th July, 1827." The financial system of New Soutl Wales, we should have thought, had its ' origin' in the first letter of in StiuCtiotJs to Governor Phillip. 'I'1,1 Metuoir means, however, the modert .system; but even of 'thi., the origin is not stated with that perfect accu racy whi'ch, consi'derin w~,ho is the author, we were entitled to expect. • It was provided," says an official publicatson before us, datred Audit ()ffice; Sydney, 51h October, 1831, Act ' by th'e Act 3 Geo. 1%',, c. 96, the apprapriation of the revetnres of lie colony shall be a'ccounted .tor to H-is Majesty, through 'tile Lords otnmissioners of Hiis Majesty's l'reasury, under such re.gulatiorls as They may order and direct in that behalf.;) 1The stattite here referred to by the Auditor-Geeheral bras passedt oh tlhe 30th July, 1842;....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

VAN bDIEMEN'S LANIi. DRa- LANG.-The Hobart Town Observer of 20th January comitiences a Idrcg leader on the apponinrnent of a delegate to London on bbhaif of Vat Dteme,'s Land as follows:-The mis saonr of Dr Lang to England would efford a favorable opportunity to em ploy his powerful pen in behalf of thi colony, and to ?dail ourselves of thai extensive experience which the Doctor hue acquired in his conflicts *ith the Colonial Governmerit. A USTRALIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. -From Hohuart Town to Launceston. (V.D.L.) Provisionally registered, previous to the date of the late stand itg orders of the the House of Lords In a few days the Projectors will be piepared to submit to the public a plan for more c osely con neeting these two important towns by means of a railway. Any infor tniation may be obtained by applica tion to Messrs tyson and Curling. solicitors, No. 3, Frederick's place. Old Jewry; or to the Provisional t'ommiittee, at their temporary offices. No. 454, Old Broad-street. (Pro ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THOMAS GEDDELEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

THOMAS GBDDELeY. Thomas Geddeley lived as a waiter with Mrs. Williams, who kept an inn at York. It being a house of much business, and the mistress :very assi duous therein, she was' deemed in wealthy circumstances. One morning her scrutoire was, found broken open and robbed, and Thomas Geddeley disappearing at the same time, no doubt was entertained as to the rob ber. About a twelvemonth after, a man ca ling hImself James crow came to York, and worked a few days for a precarious subsistence in carrying goods as a porter. Many accosted him as Thomas Geddeley. He de clared he did not know them. that his name was James Crow, and that he never was at york before. But this was held as merely a trick to save himself from the consequences of the robbery committed in the house of Mrs Williams when he lived with her as waiter. His mistress was sent for, and in the midst of many people instantly singled him out, called him by hs name ( Thomas Geddeley ), and charged him with his unfaithfulne...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASES OF CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

CASES OF CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. TRE records of every country abound in remarkable.cases of persons being judicially put to death. for crimes of which they were entirely innocent. A mistaken resemblance to the actual perpetrator, the fact of having been seen near the spot where the crime was committed, or some other suspi cious circumstance, has contributed to bring the guilt anti punishment on the wrong party. At one time cases of injustice wrre also committed, by condemning individuals for murder when i" Was not proved that a mur der hat been perpetrated. The now well-recognised principle in criminal -aw ;-that no murder can be held as having been committed till the body of the deceased has been discovered, has terminated this form of legal op pression. Another, and perhaps one of the most common causes of injus tice in trials of this nature, is the prevaricatioh of the party charged with the offence. Finding himself, though innocent, placed in an awk ward predicament, he invents...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SONGS OF THE HEARTH RUG. THE DISCUSTED WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

SONGS (IFTH* HIrA1iTil [UG. TUX tiiiIuiaTxp nire Tio gj huslk U li~. Ynu progiseina leve af 3ll r a aii kl Ig, - 'ra1e dayr l cjjsenagjel to gai i. How lile I ticgg ou 3ware jj king.; flow toiiilly bieiawved wliut 3du lijld l Then nina! hlonw coanpletely, you nnidjme, With blgl~gjjjaIjagjg gg g~taigI d vail igL Whjen yinji aemjgtied 3ojirsln-o auiizangd wid'me Yuu hever would LIll 'Il ilnegg I Thonse iames, no opprenog, and pujling, hy, i he h * l. wr hgat~ II Iig± ngjIItj. Lijigi tijaaa a Antl wheigee the J ea.jn3acIIt ofl ljjlnf A parcel oufdust it' 3uua' awleI: Bly the Igabijts yonu tlhus re pjiiuing T'hlere caja be jo1ljlc0,nare cilIggerI dl Hoaw ii ratgalaonjal then Is jypiua daluia I' .1 ZNuw is iL tut Ver iayibsurd t Cignar conic tn tlreepene each eaen. rly;," Aggig siiix grioce aucel i youjr snaflf Vongalngc" a ag ig gie h, Lhagag..:aga 3 emaily t.uat witite oin aamu hi;aiblzstuU. ti Wh'iy tliq ajigis hi iggbgcco, 'ogg aipegiji.live;' ýtl'laig gj e~dh ljlg sm jgyoa gagl gi u...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST WOOL SALES. BY THOMAS SOUTHEY AND SON. Thursday, the 2nd of October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

LATEST WOOL SALS '. " MY TIIOMAS SOUTIILY AND SON. ' Thuroday,'the nd 'ofOc 1tober,;1845 3 ' ":: ex " Tropic" fromn Post Pillii ip.-ST fhrie hhales, 2s; five,:ls "1 ihd,;t four 'is li.d ; five, s lIhd ; seven,. Is lid; thr?e,; .I s 1,loJ .d '"r;if r;'r I `] Td fi'v'i Is IOd; trio, is 1Ohd ; lamhbs five, ls1iOd1: four, Is Shd , h,indwoshedftwo, Is 8dL; hroken, fqur, Is4 ; pieces, Iwo, 1s 5d.; part black, Is 5,1 ;hIte,s,5J is;h. fH; five balres..is htid iI, Is, 7hd ; ours tern, is 7 uiibged twd,'lb' 4htif V (4, in 6drd it gqed,ore,, Is, 4hd s, sixns, bhd ; four,, lt7lhid nine, s: 6hd ; part reuse-=in five"hundred and filly-fou'r` is 5hd; five, "'Js7d ? lnmbs, four, is 8d, Iocks,.&c., ,one, 1I 4d,.pieces, eight; Is 3d, locks, six, Is ?h', dama?,ed, one1 is lid. 1Wi' five bales, is 9d, thir, teen, Is 9hd, four, eI 8d, Ihree, is fihd, Inmbs pieces, three, is 3hd, nino. Is 3Sd ifteen, I,s 8hd, lambs, five, Is 8d, br6kens la hd, pieces, part grease, twoi, Is tlhd. A with ,, over, I...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

uhipyur g Vntflligentg, GELO NG. vrFcELS IN IIAItuOUtI. 'Thoane Hughes, bairque, 309 tuns, Buller, mRster loading for Londnml. PlJatina ,li.que, 320 tons, Kirkus master, loading for 1ci ndon Duke of Ilichmond barqcu loading for London

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 — 7 February 1846

-BY:tie Overland Mail wo: have re -ceived 'files to the 30th ?lanua;ry.' The Railw ay questioni lihda c?insed much excitement, andi a niee'ting to discuss theo ,merils of thie "p-roposed system .was lheld at Mr Lyon'd Rooims on ilheo '20th ulti As ? nimy :ubesup psetl,ie; th?ttenlridiance .wnas;' n e'de' rous, -anidoiglily respectabloe. Aile ape- clies'! wer'o_ delivered by" 'Dr, N icholson, Mr Earl, and -thlier, arnd the lejoul tw-.as-thoe produciiob? odf a' seriesi of Resolutidns tpasseil': ata meeting.?ielldin Londoni for'ih 'elpur" poseo- of formingitlie'Coiiipany:hi and tie' appointricuntnof a I:Provdsion'l Committle;:to ;consideri and :'report upon it ata.future:,meetin'g. ?'' ": t The Squatters of tlle Sydney' dis-' trict ai? acting energetically in -op posiion t to the iWaste ;Lards B ill; and a long, letler appoars::in the Hbo rald of, te 28,lth, addressed :to: Lord' ?tinlony. reinonstrating.:on the gross inj ustlice of lthie proposed -Act. As a specimen we- suljoin "the co...

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 — 7 February 1846

1IST of iuncllnmed Letters In the A Geelong Pot-offic, Feb. 6th 1846; ArmytaeeGeorge Rere Cdiarles Assepy Mri: uirl lBridget Airey Charles Ray William Adam William Kirk H M Ald?rlnn Elizabeth Krilty Patrick Allan James Ritng William Anderson Adam Kniglit E Argia John Kernedy Thomas Atrmvtaue Mr Kuielit George Arcidall T fH Leay Patiick A nderson Robert Lyon C II Aidersoll W Locan Georee Anldetson Thomas Loans Joseph Butcher B N LI.' Il GT Black, Neil and Co. Llinton Mr Bru ce James LI, as Henwy Buicharl James Lnng John illake William Lnch William 3ornip Margaret Lonue JoAsph Beith Elizabet llMrtay Adam Brownt Mrs Mlaniifo:d MN Brellhat Thomas Mon gan James BlayJrlcn Milton John Bull Charles E Man!ney William Borthwick l.obert .M inahan Miary 13 C lMacher Steven Bytne Patt Miller Willinm Bryson Joseph Mornlh Joseph einsone James , ]'Nh b Jamne Uilngley T P i D)onald James Barclay James Nl*Manus Thnomas Blonhllfield Joseph M'Luce WiVllidm Bell Robert lM'Gnll Mr Burgess George M'tl:ull...

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 — 7 February 1846

MPI.IIOURNE. Vehrunry 3-Velocity, cslhoonejs, fron Sydney 1vi B*I)d Town. Febroiiry 3-Scout, brig, from Launceston, Ist itAtuo t. .e unbary 4-Apollo, scllnoner, from.Sydney 1Gth 'ebruary.a -Swan, brig, from Launceston. OLEArnZO OT. ; ; February 5-lulMy, citIr, ior Circular Head. February 35-lary, sclioooner, for IHobart Town

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY. 1 — SQUATTER'S PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

SECOND DAY. 1--SQUATTEIt'S PURSE. Of 25 sovereiens, added to a sweepstakes of 3 sovereigns each. Winner of Colac. Purse to carry 41bs extra. 3 yeas old 9It, 4 ditto 10st 4bs, 5 ditto llst, 6 and aged list Olbs. Three miles and a distance, Gentlemen riders. Three h6rses were entered, but only two were brought to the post. Speculator was never' in finer con di:ion, and did not tremble so much as he generally does when under going the process ecfsaddling. ,smo lensko also stripped well,'and was decidedly the favorite. The jackies had weighed themselves so finee as not to have an ounce to spare (Smo lensko, however. carryirig:41b. extra, as the winner of the previous day)', and altogether the race was looked upon as the greatest event of the' mreting. MIr Bell's b. g. Sp'eculalot, aged .. I Air Collins' g g. Senhl alsto...... 9 Mr Stevenson's b. g. The Cornet .. dr. Speculator started with the lead, and kept it; Stuolensko, though drawing up to him several timedi never reachehd _lidi ah...

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 — 7 February 1846

M.A1TtKS or Vcgelt iltitlaribour are requested' to. coil-or well for-Coplice of tlils 4fJlicruon *tlie' tWay»ir')ubilientinhol

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLAC RACES. [?]Lake Colac, Friday evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

i EdCOLAC IRACES. P ; lfom our .onl CorrespondenL.) . r_ , > . -."Lake Colac, ;.. / .· Friday evening, 6 p.m. S'The twoh'day's sports have just blosed; arnid t ahoiogh ihe horses entered fTor he various races Wero fewer in number than was antiCi pated, their character bn tie trrf taidsB so' high tbnt knore interest was taken in their running than if there had been a greater show of names. The first race was for the I-TIIAL STAKES, For 2 and 3 year olds, of 15 sovereigns added to a sreepstakes of 2 sovereigns each. Welahts 2 year olds 8st 7lbs, 3 year olds, 9st 71bs. One mile. Mlr T Austin's br. g. Binyip, sire Duke of Areyle........................ 1 Mr J B Stevenson's b. g. The Cornet.. 2 The horses did not keep together long after tile start, Bunyip soon took the lead, and, although the pace was by no means good, decidedly in creased his advantage as he went, when a signal from the rider of The Cornet showed that something was wrong, and on coming up to the weighing stand he de...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

To thil Editor of the Geelo?ig 4drertiser a?td * Squatturs' Advocate. f.In,--S,,me days ago I arrived in Geelong with my family, and intending to settle in your flourishing town, I immediately niade inquiries fbr a suit. able residence, for at first I was rather particu ar, forming visionary- pictures of comfort which alas were soon to be dis?elled. You may guess my astonish. inent when the oft reirerated question, - Whire can I get a houe ?'' was met in every, instance by the rejoinder 'I cannot tell you, till at last I found it useless to persevere, and look quarters ilia house of public entertainment, at an ef.pense I could ill afford. Chagrined at the itnconvenience to myseli yet grati fied at so remarkable an omen ol pios. peiity .to':the town, I take the liberty throiugh the medium of your iraluable paper of expressing surprise that rents being so highly remunerative, there should be so little appearance of ad dlitional capital being iuvested in build. ing. I am, &amp;cCt<...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

,.. - I'POST OFPICE,-GRE-LONG.1' ' Matll will close ur tlil uffilc lor the iundermelrn tihned 'iace ii. foul1ovs:-l ,-'cntl.: fAr l*.ancicrustiml, Uiti Felrain ry. ? .n. in' 'Eliiulbeth lliuoipsn,fu, lu, L ndoni, olh Feoriunry, Iluke or Richllnnd, for Lnndlpn, ltllhiFbl unry. 'l'eanet, ifr Aldelile and Cupe oi Goiod Hope, .Olh F.?rllln aHi, 0 nn. ll - M rii?. lllilae, ,far Londonl, 14lt February.. . SA eelTRDAt FE At Y7, 184tti . :'SATURDAY, FEBRUA]HY 7, 1846.:

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EXPERIMENTAL SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

THE EXPERI M ENTAL SQUADRON. As there are always two ways of tel ling a story, we give below the report of the Rear-Admiral commattanding the Squadron, as well as the remarks of a correspondent of the Nautical Magazine : ADMIRtAL'S RFPOILT. You will be pleased to acquaint their lord slhips,thilat we have had somlle splendid trials wilbs at heavy a preas Ul sail as could well be carreid. 'Cue l'ieginniun with close. reeled tIpsails anid re:ef.d courses, lupeal. aillt-llasts struck: tile next unlder treble., aeefed topsails, and alnutina: allller doable reeled tupsails and all these against a heavy head sea. In tihe latter on the 7th inst., the Rodney beat lie elliole ftei. Notlilng could be mwre easy in all the trials thalt the Q.eeui and Albiun. who never lappeared to lrautlt iia thinig Ialtted, all the aqutadrot proved themselves such tile ships as tu lie incaplable of being distressed, by press ohf ail, except the ?i. Vineetna. Being perl:eily sl?slaied wtllh tile resnlt of tihe t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEXAS AND THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

TEXAS AND THE lNIOv . (FProi tlie Morning tieraid.) That " the rourse of true love never doPes rnn smoothi," is a proposition »estine rupon very respectable authority. and the tender laisonis of nation' seem Sui'ject to as many n kward rubs as the *aBffairi of ihe heart." that make so much of the heppinesa and the di·tres of sus. ceptible young p;rons. Since Tesas he. came " enoaged" ['hat is, we helieve, thie phraseil to her elder and more Tihliust neiehhor, rather a grave ditli cully has been staried, as to the terms upon which the lately hethronhed pair are to keep houle. Texas, it may he aecersariy toIn remark, has few taxes. nond nmonrg tihfe n light import duly is the lighlte-t. Texas, ton, has tavourable comimercial arranogemrnts with Enlnndl andl other couInties. Now the United States, on the other hand, have much iePvier tnxes than Texas, and as regards imp"rts theyr have an ahsolitely pro hihitory tariff. But nohorly likes taxa tion: and to be taxed and at the same tliniPe...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

ENGLAND. . RaiLWAYS .- The, Englisl? "ri,?e; p papers. con tain -pros pect uses of-ei-terr sive railways proposed t6 be con- structed =in. the Aui.raliad c?6lot i;. O()t. companyj has been formed whlci. proposes to devlote a million io pouids to this ubject. Among the hles iaen tionid;' are one 'frum tuob}rt Town tb .aunceston, one' from Newecislle to i itlaod and thence to Singleton, and from Sydney to LYenrith. Some fanatics have been preaching at Exeter to immense audicnces,. n uouncinig Ihiit tli l cfd of the l vorld was fixed for the 10tli October ci :ist IREiLAN D.-AccotntS received con' ce?ining tlhe; potato; crop ,confirit tihe ppirehlensions wvhicli iiave been raised on .ibis subject. lie disoase laihow ever,,Tappear3 to be very :variablb- in is, progress, seizing upon particular portions of dtlistric;ts, adiil: even :of fields, while tihe re'st reittain 'flouiish. ing and wholesome, A . g dntlemtan in the neiglhbourhood. of Dublin, on tlih north side,.observing'somte, time...

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