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FREE TRADE! JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT! [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

FIRER TRADE! -JUSTICE TaIUMSI11ATT1 Wi e congratulate the tcommunity at large, and the mercantile interests in particular, upon the partdl con. 'cession which has been made intiheir favor by the Melbourne Government, through the relaxation of the Cius toms regulations, so far as-to do 'awafy with the vexatious hindrance occasioned by the circuitous route 'by way of William's. Town--the PORT OF ENTRY, although not the PORT OF DISCHARGE.': The Harriett, it will be recollected, was the first vessel that fairly broke through the odious restriction,: She arrlve-here- air ee tr om ,va n- re men's Land, and her Captain pro ceeded to Melbourne with .his papers, so as to dispense with the most absurd part of the regulations. T''he irregularity was allowed; and we are happy to state that a similar indulgence will in future be most probably granted in every instance,, when applied for. 'The Shamrock is the first, es.el that has taken advantage of the indulgence, to ply as a regular trader DIKR...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

UNITEUD S'TATES.e r': `:.; They opinion of tbhe Supreiei ' Courtt of the State of Ndew Y orbk, iiitie'; case,. of Alexander M'L.eld, 'wh,'cclniimed - be dischargedl frhin custody on, te,. ground thiat the offenice" with- whicli he was, charged was a :government act; performed; if performded at 'll; in obedierice to orders f?roi` tficers 'ap poin'ted bLy the British governmenli, was delivered at 'Utica? ohi Monday. The ,Court ha've decided" against ,the. discharge of?the?prisoner wnihout a trial The opinion; was delivered hy Justice Cowen;-and the'Judges were unanimous; in tile result'at whichtrhey airived; :The ~irial' f lM'iod' was postponied' utitil' aifter tilheCoiu?mitteo appointed by Congress' lihad given ini their report on -the correspondence between?;thel British.and American ministers. We find by a paper-of teil :9ihJuly; that' "( fl.;eoel haid "left 'New -. oiric foi Utica, there to'await lihe report of the Committee.. Tirade was beginning to reive, but little confidence w...

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MUNICIPAL PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

MUNICI L PRIVILEGES. Our latest apers from Sydney contain no i elligence of the long expected des tches from the Home Government in the subject of the Municipal Irporation ' Bill, the consideration of which was post poned last ssion, in order to .,b tain the advib of the British :Minis try on .the eputed point as to the propriety of dmitting emnancipists toan equal aare of the privileges granted by t bill. It is expected however, thl the despatches will arrive daring the present sittibg of the Legislat 'e Council, and that the Bill will e proceeded with im imediately: aft wards. 'The questio will naturally arise in the'.mind i..iour renders. " Will Geelong be.*bicluded in the list of :t-ownsto which the proposed mauni cipal rights:are to be extended?" We are sorry to have to reply that the probabilities are against us. 'The number; of the inhabitants in any township, will be taken as the only :test of its qualification; and the limit will probably be fixed at a number'which?tvill ex...

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SEPARATION OF PORTLAND BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

SEPAfATION OF PORTLA'ND BAY. In the imaps 'onstnucted by Wyld, upon the otservations ot Major Mitchell, the degreu of longitude which marks the~:extentof territlry incladed within the'province' o South Aist'rulia, as de. fined by .ct 'of Purliament' is made-to, fall upon the coastat'cap'e Northumber land. In the recent maps 'constructed: by Arrovtsmith, the 141st degree of longitude is placed so -as t? include Diunoveri Bay, and a portion of the country lhich forms the baik ground of PortlandBauy. It, Wodld appear'there fore, if tli last delineation be a' correct 'tne, that ur neigebours at Port Phillip thave less'to complairn of than they seem to imagire, inasmuch as by the transfer in questifn we` do little more than re sume under the sanction of the British governmint, territory which the" sister colony lad erroneously appropriated to herse. -We are aware that the boundarj question as we have mooted it, isstilla debatable question, and that it is theintention of-the home govern m...

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THE GRAVE YARD. MR FENWICK'S CATTLE RUN ! [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

THE GRAVE YARD. tR FENS 1ra'S CATTLE RUN ! The marinnoe in which. he grave-yard of Corio is I t unenclosed, and open to desecratio ;?,,reflects anything but credit upon thh' parties whose duty it is to.see it atte~ded-to. Oar holiest and .purest thoughts are connected with the grave, and'nothing can be more hurtful to the feelin's of a rightly tempered mind than ds'respect offered to the departed... Et'n at the harbours along the coast wlich are visited principally by half-savaje whaling parties, thete are Iwell enclosel. and neatly-tended grave yards to me,,iwith; and in the most remote. andsequestered corners of the earth,' whenr even the comforts of the living are trated with indifference, and where fRuinaay have long held sway, the sanctity of the tomb has always been honoued. 'Let a stunger who has seen such sights elsewiere visit the grave-yard of the rich amn populous town of Corio. Instead of seinga neat and appropriate enclosure,. "requented by the living mourners a the dea...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

\ rn? the i ndependent..; -: Tie :Csis has, pa'sssd.-Al I: claims upon the Government in this Colony,; are now in course` of liquidationrii His Excellency, ;the' Governoir, :ipon? _re ceitving tnformation, n'otf lfieial, b?ut from sources on which he could rely, tliat the Bills of Governor Gawler were in course; of payment-, by the; British Treasury, determined at once that the coloniel creditor, should not be placedi in a wors positidon thahi'thi e home cre-' ditor. : Governor, Grey has acted with promp titulde Hand d.ecision,=andby,:so doing has conferred a benefit upon tle Counn try, which will be duly estimatedl by all reasonubl;' and reflectinig people. We. 'understood fromnigood authority some 'time.ince ihit his Excellency had determined.upon .receiving satisfactory evidence ithat the claims in England were in course: of.payminerit to extend the same advantage to the creditors of the' crownin' tLie -colony:. We rejoice to find that he has nct?ed coute que colute upon this, br...

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PARTIALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

P PARTIALI l'Y. We havepledge'd ourselves to' watch with a jealous eye the dispensation of ov'eirnenut patronage ; and should we detect. any disposition to sacrifi'ce the interests.of Corio: at the shrine of the metropolis, we shall raise such a shout as will effectually scare the birds of prey from their victim. We have already `exposed the .jross :injustice inflicted, upon the resident, builders, by .the contract :system ; we have now- got a few 'words to say as to our own rights as local jourbalistis. By a recent Act of Council, pound keepers are required to advertise in the local journals. Now, there is a horse in the pound, which, according to a writ ter? notice witl be sold twenty-one -days hence. No adVertisement has been sent to us, and we are led to the iiiference. (strengthened by other circumstances) that an attempt will be made to defraud us of this miserable morsel of the', go vernment loaves and fishes, by inserting the advertisement in one of the. LOcAL Melbourne pape...

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TRADE OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

TflAl)I OF CANADA. From ithe Snotaman. We are informed by gentlemon con.. nected with the trade of Canada, that tlero is I kely, thias vear,; fo e, vrery great intcrese in the irnportation of wheat ind" flour from tht'lcunited, pro vince of Canada, and that there is rea; socn to expect that this increase will' be rapid andi progressive in succeeding years, at,d ultimately he carried to such an -extent as inaterially. to affect the' price of bread in. tlhs ccuntry. Last year the importation of flour and wheat from Cananda e nountvd to 298,761 barrels, arid [:141,31 minota of wheat ( nllilot being equal to three bushelh), and, this yver, it is expected that there will he an importation ofabout 700.000 barrels of (io?r, and of wheat in the snme proportion. Had 'it not been for the disastrous aiffects produced on agri culthre and industry generally by the two recent rebellions, a much' larger quantity of wheat would have been pro duced in Canuada, and sent to this coun try. dtlarinig th...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

LAND SALE. The: long-expected. 'Sale of Geeiohg town allotments' took place o'i Wednes. day last, in- Meclbourne." There were. very few buyers in attendance; and only one half of the quantity put. up found purchasers. A more convincing proof of the scaicity of cash has, not yet occurred., The'result has been unexpected. 'The bidders appear to have been spell bound. We understand that several'of them applied to Captaih Lonsdale, after the sale was over, to have the lot- which had been passed over, put up again,-a re. quest which was of course refused. It has been said that ithe result of tlis sale will deter' the Government from bringing :.'more land into the market for a considerable time.. such mayy.be. the case, but it ought not to have such an effect. It is now evident that the land mania is on the wane, and there. fore less danger exists of the privilege being abused. If the Government bring land into the market- only when there is a feverish demand for it, they will act a highl...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

srnP NEWS. A? tAIVALS. November 30-GovEaNO R LA TROBE, crtter, Guthrie master, from MIelbourne, with a general cargo December I--TASMAN, cutter, Stewart miaster, from Mlelbourne, with a general. canrgo . I-A PIRaASIA, steamer. Lawler master, from Melbouneo. - 2-SHAtn oCK, cutter. Ayling master,. frrOmn ldbert Town;, wih flo'ur, timnber, &c. 3-LILLI As. scholner, Smith, insaster, Iomr Hobart Town via Melbourne, with a general cargo. 4 - DUSTY MIILLsR, schooner, -Snun 'lers master, from Launceslon .ia v eh l i )ourne, willt"sundrie s; •" , ". . 4-A BnONA, schooner, Blackbutrne, from Ilohart Town, in ballast. .--A IHRASI A,steamer, Lawler master, from LMelbourne. DEPAtlTU IES. Novenlbr 2 - A PI.RASIA, steamer, Lawler inaster, for-" Melbouisne. December 2 -- GOVRSOInt LA TRoion, cutter, Gutlirie miiaster, for Melbourne. 2-A P1 ItAAsIA, steamer, Lawler master for Melbourne. 4 - TASMAtN, cutter, Stewart Tnaster, for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

STRAC"IL;AN &. C? will 'Pthchnse or Advance 'on W-VOLSIof..',this Sen. %OII'S~C!lP.~ ?I / Son's pc N4iip". ;!l ~ i:;:: Geelolng, Noveniber.1.1q " ., r-l R'. Undersl&illU d nrp porehtnsers of J Vr~Ol· ;or ~Will imuenrt~·iiIyan6he~ oni ihi coTin;. clip dlivcred~r:in.=Mpjh0drr W1iIliarn'n ,Toti nq GCePIOOA,'1 ;Or P1ortland Iny, to, h¶ liiSIJonZIIPý,Ni te+ ;their.. adentR, Messrs. I1ri'cldrzti,"it[I, S& Co , (ondou; WERE, Blo3r1EIll S,9 &" CO. T TIE undersigned will purrchise or adr innce` on WS'ool of :;iis se'Rson rlin. coisigfled toM ess. 'A `ArGiwer, rrplw.ws,'&! Co London,-rieliverable at their Stores in MslhJ ourne orGeelong. CAPBEL . &WOOL-LEY · September.15,' i 84 ;184 rst . 0oo2 ?.jhip for. ron don. (AT CO-LONG) THE ffine fIst-adaitigq BRIG A 1,238 tfonel If . S roATCoinmanider'. haIvig the.whole of, her cargo engaged; and fiist filling up,:} wil, be despatched. on fl;e 25th Decemlber. , For Passage only;'apply to CANIMPBELI. &...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROI3 LONDON, 1lnllna, hIarqule, 350 tonrs, Brown master pIulnfries Elnchantress, to sail June 5 Juno, steamer, 700, 8pears, to sail lfth June. Lady iargatet Lady ]elunatwaTy, ship. 750, witll emigrants, Juic 8 Margaret, via Lanciiiesto, to sail 10th July. Mary l{ay, Vohlum, via Launceston, sailed August 16 .titleut, Ouit Agust Itichard l ou t, burque, 230, Longridge, Juily:13 lResource, 8th July Snlus (sailed) Sulltl,l, barque, 400, Robinsn : Sarahuc,lrle, 406l, Edtullud, to salilt June 10 Susan, Sit July Thnnomas Yates, tlth July V'idgeuni, to sail July .10 %Villi a Turnsr, slhli, 000, with emigrants, tMay 20 Yulk, 5th August pROM .LIVEtRPOOL., Sisters,wilth emigrants '" UFOlM PLY]IOllTiI Alexander,2nd August Alfredl, 2Lth September . ilimalaya, C7lth September Gilhure, sailed 4th August FROM CORK. .igostilla. 2"4th August Samuel BuddingtonI, h111 September FROM RaENNo K. t Asia, harque, 3'2, Patelson, with emigrants, lMay 10 King Ilelrly, 1)rysdlule, slpken at s...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

MELBOURNE SH1IPPING. AnnIVAT., Novelimber 27.- Wallnce, slhip,. Maine, fromn Liverpool, with 320 bounty i'nmi grants. 27 -t Alln Kcr, bairque;,.:i 'K1achinie, from Greenock', with 250 immigrantls. 27--James, barque, Todd, fotn Hobart To"wn.. 27 - Catherine; schooner, Bannatyne, from Launceston. 28 - Agenoria, brigantine, Leslie, from -iobart Town. 29-Frtancis, ship. Sharp, froum Liverpool, 21st August, with 1041 bounty kritnigrants. 30-- Marcquis of Biite, Lamont, from Gtcenock, with 236 bbunty immigrratits. 30-Mlary'N ixon, ship. Field, from Lon doin via Cork, `with 151t bounty ihnmiearants.. December 2 - Corsair, steaniier,- Bell; from Lunnceston." 3 - Brankenmoor, Smith, from London via° Cork, with 156 bounty tmmigratit's: 4:Sea.HIorse,steamer, from Sydney, CLEARED OUTr. November 30--'ill Watch, s.schooner, Har'ding,'for Laifuitatoif.

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Original Poetry. THE DROWNING CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

OLrginar 1 t Vo rtrD. TIti DROWNING CHILD. It was on a blessed SabJbath eve, they left the Louse of prayer. A mother aud' hr little suit had asked forgiveness there. hadlistened ton those holy trths --received tlhati good iman's blessing, And slowly sought their humble hor!e, the Bible text disecissing. Cri,'s'trees were Creea and fresh ; the Barwson's waters ilowit ;.. The pIa rot nsought its happy nest; the goldeli cast was glowing; The gaultiree's yellow hlussoms sweet-perfunmed the fragrant air; Pinhut Henry and the Station Peak, stretched round trr Say so fair. The merry boy laughed out with glee, i Mother, will you ichlll too 7 " I camna t laugla. my little son ; but I- will not sadden you." " Oh, you will not be sadnl," le said, when once we are at home;n " And when, the btby sees us, olt I how fast she theni will rn, . " iWhat's that yon'honl uipon yo?ur breast'. " The im:oney for ynnir bread." " " Oh, Cod was god to give us that-the baby will be fedll " And, Mother, look, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

HERE has tietii rdnning for some time upon the station if the unider signed,.a Bay FILLY, about 18 monthii old i off hitld l~g a little .white, up pai'rutly no. brand.:. The, owner is-re. questY d to take ihr away and pay thet expcnse of adiertisiag. V. HOYLE. Modot Bdte, dec. i. To up-country. Settlers and Doalers. lIE undersigned having purchased I. the btisineds hitheirto Carried obi by Mr. James WVigglesworth, as Taninei and Felluoiiger; .will ptirchase anyu quantity of Wool, Skins and Ilid?s. The business will continue to be carried oii as bjeford. . yWILLIAM ARCI1ER: Breakwater, Sooitli Geelong; December 1. : - MESSRS. LLOYD & SKENE; Land Agents; SAViNG Ihitherto had the princiipat portions df L.and for sale at Gee Ion entrusted to their separate agency, and tieing persuaded tiat the initeresti of their employers would be more eltec tuiall forvwarded by their acting iii concert, have accordingly entered into partnership. as Land Agents froni this ,i;ti .Melhourno Aucti...

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

SYDNEY The .fuilure df Messrs Duke ?&' Co', continues to occupy a prominent place in the eyes of our colonial public. The amount of debts dde by the firti,;would be co pparatively unimportant 'in the capital of th~e British Ezipirerr eien in some of our priricipal cities rt .home--. but here, more especially id the present condition of tile colon'y ifhe conse quences and ranrificatioi?,of.tle 'isaster will uinfortdnately be felt to: a terrific extent. The produce..of .the haling speculations in w'hicl the ho e was engaged, rifay, no dotbt, red e the gross am'ount of. debt to a very' con siderable extent; biut suclhi emo6e con tingencies, however miuch thel. may affeot the individuals whose tran?ictions were 'directl withi the liousej itself, can'iot waid off the ruin of thd par ties' irwho jdging fronii the past, ill be mercilessly persecuted ,by me that almost -with th'e same breath ill im plore forbe'aance towa`rd' them lves. SWHiAT-Nov. 19?-This arti'oh meist evidently fa...

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WOOL SALE. BUCHANNAN & BROWNE'S CIRCULAR. Liverpool, August 7, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

WOOL SALE. BUCIIANNAN & BaROWNE'S CIRCULA*. Liverpool, August 7, 1841. On the 4th and 6th instant, there were brought to public sale about 8,000 bales of wool. There was a very iarge attendance both of staplers: and mauufacturers, and the chief part found ,buyers, ex cepting some parcels of -coarse and burry Buenos Ayres. All the Australian sold with considerable briskness, par. ticularly those flocks that ?ero in good COnlt?iLinn, F -,r .urk;ha - .. ."er ?6 6 ..d . observe there was a large proportion; at the same, time regret: to notice that some parcels, although of'good staple, were not free froin burrs; and, seeds, but upon the whole there is;a decided impioveiiient in the condition, in com parisbni with thb previdus clip. A few bales of Port ?hillip were: included in the sales, the condition of which was but Indifferent, libing badlywashed, Ii respect to prices; iigher rates were realised ithan were anticipated, con sidefing thie.iarge ~antity ot colo'nial to': be bru~...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

ENGLAND. MEETING OF PAItLIAMENT.- Yester day the new Parliament assembled, and some succeediong days will, probbly, be occipied in tlie fotmality of admini stering the oaths to the new members, so that the business of thei session will scarcely commence until Monday or Tuesday. On the latter day it was ex pected that her .Majesty would open the campaign in person ; but froni the following announcement, ;it would ap pear that it had been deemed necessary to make sdme chadrge in the proceed-. ings i-'" As, in her Majesty's present conditioii, any undertaking involving anxiety or fatigue might prove injurious, we understand that Dr. Locock has in terposed hi. veto, and that the new Pailiament will be opened by commis sion instead of by the Queen in persoil." We neiver, at any former time, looked .with so much, interest for the 1Ioyal speech as we do on thl present occasion, as we never recollect ony crisis, so.pe. culiar as that utider which the new Parliament is called together. If, a...

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(ADVERTISEMENT.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

(ADVERTISEMENT.) TO.TIE EDITOIL OF TiLE GEELONG ADVERTISERI . Stn,-In consequence of the base and malicious assertion of Dr Shaw, relative to my treatment of Mr Highett, (after I called him in consultation to see that gentleman,) I considered it a duty I ;owed.my..friends:and `the public to have the case thoroughly investigated; for which purpose a Medical Board met last Tuesday in. Melbourne, and came to the unanimous decision, which I en close you, requesting that..you will give it Insertion in your jotrnal, All who read .it can best judge of the motives that iiifluenced Dr: Shaw when eudeavouring to'injure my reputation. '1 remain,'Sir, Yours, &c. JONATHAN CLERKIE, M.ID. M.RC.S.L. S /[(cor.py . i We, the:undersigned, are?of opinion that'?r. Clerke,;in his'treatment of Mr. Highett, acted .in accordance with iheý established principles of surgery, and in particular that he was justified int opening the abscess;. WeIfeel, however, culled upon to state, that Dr. Shaw had not ...

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TRADE OF CORIO. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 December 1841

TRADE OF..CO.RIo. Sir George Gipps; when in`M1elbourne stated, that he never undervalued the resources of Port Phillip-he knew the amount of its revenue, its populationi its exports and imports, &c." but there are rmany things which Sir George does not yet know, and we are inclined to believe that one of them is, the fact, that one-half of the exports which are set down to the credit of Melbourne, in the Custom House.. returns, would, if justice .were done, be entered as exports from the Portof Corio. This fact alone, even if unsupported by any other argu ment, should be sufficient to obtain for us a larger share of the government attention. The assertion may startle those who are not conversant with our .affairs, though. it is not the less true, that, notwithatanding'all the dishearten.' ing drawbacks upon ouir energics, Ge,. long even now ranks SECOND TO SYDViy ,AiON, i.n respect to .the export of the stople produce of the colony-wool; to say nothing of the constant cattle...

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