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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 7 February 1846

PinYsiCAL DE'CRIPTrON Or NEW SOUTH WALES.-It is not very mulch to our national credit that the first scientific work on one of our most im portant colonies should be from the pen ofa foreigner. New South \Vales has hIeen colonised fifty-seven years, and the physical descriptions of that and the sister colony only issued from the press abhout four months ago. The author, P. E. De Strzelecki, is a Polish nobleman, one of the illustrious victims of Russian despotism. tie has spent twelve years in voyages and travels round the Globe, and has explored North and South America, part of the West Indites, the South Sea I[lands, New Zea'and, New South WVales, Van Diemen's I.and, the Javanese Islands, part of China, and the East Indies and Egypt. In Van IDiemen's Land this gentleman appears to have acquired the good will of the settlers in a remark able, manner, for he not only received an address of thanks for his exertions in developing the natural resources of Tasmania, but also a more soli...

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

Postponement of Sale. THE undersigned will postpone the sale of Pure Durham Bulls until the early part of May - Particulars in a future advertisement. THOMAS MANIFOLD. Grassmere, near Port Fairy, January. 27th, 1846. ..--. + •--- .. . • -= Uow Landing. ex William WiBe, fr'om LOondon. SIXY dozen Sorby's patent Sheep sheane 60 dozen pit saw files I tons hurdic, batteo, clasp,.and other .maili DUNSFORD & CO. February, 1846. Wanted " A 14 .8 s M -iA D. SApply t: t'e Livetapo61: blrtr A -App ?. . ..+a,, "MONDAY, 9th 'FEBLADRYtP . Exteniivo gale of Seventy Packages Scotch. MVlanchester. London, and other IVManufactures: AIR. A. H. HART Ias received instructions from MPssrs Dunlop,. Macnab & Co.' to sell by Public Auction, at their.Sateos. Little Collins.-treet, on MONDAY, the 9th of February, at Eleven o'clock, i" lE following valdiabhe asaortment of Go.,ds, viz.; One case priatred muslin dresses Three ditto cotton hosiery, consisting of-Women's w bite, black and colored h...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

POUTiLAN D. A .SAILING MATch .-A match is likely to comne off het een the chtter Midge, and gchooner Jane, if the rlater vessel srhould gel her spars and rigging In proper trim, previousnly to her ?le ptrlure for Mhltbourne, otherwise the trial of the satlneg qualities of thuse crafts, will be postponed unetilt her return Irom Mrlhourne.-- unerdian. EXPORTATION oF- CA'TTLR.--Owing to a rerort by Mr Howard,our *ub collector of Cqstioms, the Govern ment have authorized masters of ves sels, withiout entering and clearing here, toship cattle at Lady Bay, upon condition of neither discharging nor taking in any cargo except cattle, andti adopting means of for, arding to the Sub-Collector of Customs at the nearest port a statement of the num her shipped. This will be a very great convenience to shlippers, who, we have little doubt, ~ill avail them selves of the privilege, instead of coming up t, enter and clear at Port land as heretofore.-lbid. BLACK .5tOT.--On Sunday week, as Thomas Barra...

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 — 11 February 1846

MIELBOURNE. THE SEPARATION DINNER.-The Committee for making the arrange ments for the proposed separation dinner to the Roev. Dr Lang. M.C met yesterday, anti appointed the following gentlenen stewards for this grand tlemnnstration, viz.:- Dr Mac arthur, J.P., Councillors ( ampbell, Greeves, anti Stephen; Messrs J. Bear, .I. Harrison, J. A. Mlarsden, JI. Cashmnore, G. Annand, G. S. Brodie, R. Wilson, Isaac Huchlanan, J. Malcolm, WV. WVesgarth, J. IJH. Ross, J. C. King, T. C. Hiddle, 1. Fennell, G. D. Boursiquot, and J. Harlin. The dinner takes place on Wednesday next, at the Queen's Theatre, and extensive prepar ations are making for the accom modation of very a large number of guests. Whatever may be thought of some of Dr Lang's political opi nions, no one can deny the service he has renderedl Port I hillip as a member of the Legislative Council, and especially the cause of separa tion; we are glad, therefore, to see gentlemen of all politics and sects coming forward on this occasi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INCORPORATION OF THE EDUCATION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

* NCoI~PORAT1ON OF TUE EDUCATrON: 4~ ~ir James Graiiaai,, givero tOHarOS the clo~e ot ti~e lust suteuiun of Purljvq liteit 1, a pat.rtr, gru tigaU vhu rtre~r io thre NuutIOtual Euzuu(:aIOrI Society, has· panssed thie Great ~uiri of J reiauuI equ,: atituting his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, the Mo<t Rev. Archbishop Daniel Murray, Franc Sadler, Provost, Anthony Richard Blake, Robert Holmes, Sir Patrick Bellew, Richard Wilson Green, Pooly Shoulden Henry, D D., John Richard Corballis, b~rristPr, Alex] nnder M'Donnell. Hnd Charles Williami Fitzgerald, commonly called the Mar. quis of Kildare, into one body corpo rate and politic, in deed, fact, and name for ever, to he called the Commissioners of the National E6ucation in Ireland, and empowering them to sue and be sued, &c., and to hold property not exceeding £40,000 per annum. It is right to state that the granting of this charter appears to he favournbly re" ceived by all parties. The Board of Education is now " a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAILURE OF THE POTATO CROPS IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

F3AILUR OF THE POTATO CnOPS i ne Eunorso.-The latest Engtisli intelligence informs us of hie destrurtion of the potatot crops not'only in ~Great Britain and I.reland, but also iit'HollanrilBelgium, and hie Noirth of'Franch. The cause of the disaster is a disease by which tihe plant has been attacked and whichL has extetdn-d its ravages witheout ameliortion to fields of a north and south, aspect, having a good or bad situation, in all ,orts of soils, stiff and clayey, light sandey, deep and shallow.,. The diseaSe begins at the stalk; small black $pts make their appears arcte, and spread nutil they cover tile whtole. stalk. It. beginrs on thlte ,nsrface, and soonu sinks beneatlh it , tile vessels of the plant then take up the virus, it descends with the juices, and d;st'roys thle textnre of tile planst. Tite stalks dry and wiler, Tite leaves dio the last. Tite virusb"teirng carried to the tubrrs of the desenditig sop, a nall black spots appear in Ihe centre of the potato; they ettlarg...

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 — 11 February 1846

LOST, NE well-bred bay .Entire Colt, with black points, about fifteen months old One chestnut Suffolk Punch Filly Aoy person brinRing ;he above, or giving such intormatiion as will lead lo their recovery, will be suitably re. warded. FREDERICK GRIFFIN. .Analles, Feb. 2, 184G. 'anted • ': A N p R S E h M AT D. .pply at the Liverpool Miirt. Just ecei.veed. OBNE Stronrg )ray, with 3 in. boxes and Tyres One ditto ditto, with .? in. boxes, and 3t in, tyres For Sale by ALFIRED WOOLLEY. N.B. The above will be warranted. Wantedq WA ITER, and also an active Female Cook.-Good Character from last situations will be required, Apply to MR. MAcON. Caledonian Hotel. Di . LEARMONTH requests that all clanims against him may he sent in for payment within a fortnight from this date. Geelong. Oth Feb., 1846. To Let, near Colacl for One or Two Years, O NE HUNDRED ACRES of first' rate Land, well fenced, with the use of a large Barn, Ploughs, Harrows, &c., &c., anid to be allowed to run a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR IN CAUCASUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

TBE WAR IN CAUCASUS. Intelligence has reached France, by way of Odessa, from the sent of war in Caucasue. Count Worolzoff's victories over Schamil have not beent so brilliant as he wouldl have us believe. True, he has taken Dargo, Schnmil's residence, but Dargo has been his Moscow. He suffered .immense loss in the attack on Dargo, and before abandoning the place, Schnmil set it on fire, so that the nussian army was without provisions end without shelter in the midst of this ruined village. The conclusion we give in the words of/,fhs corespondence of the Journal des Debats:- "' II that very villnae., at the momePnt Wroo zoff was rlakirg his sldiers sing Te Deoum in honour of the rmperor's fete, he was anmultaneously attacked on all sides by the mountaineers, who were believed to be dispersed farT. The object of their offensive return was to occupy his attention, whilst his con. roy of supplies was at the same time attacked. The army was in want of provisions, and expected them from t...

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 — 11 February 1846

.MA.STrImS of Vetcei in Harbour are requester Sto call or sendl fnr Copies of this Paper on tie (aylsor publicatlion.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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VAN DEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

:VAN ·D~IBI1N~. V LAND. ; RonitT~i· KrilIt·fsQ. --Thki goni~r n ci'i4th g'i a't Kriiog:o & ECO. e~X id L'Pt rt Wcr~utce, CoL~age Green, on Wednesday evening, 14th .January, aged 37. He had been long afflicted with a pulmonary complaint, whih 'er minated in consum:tion. lil detath i?s felt ae a great loss amongst the mer. cantile community, by whom he wans highly esteemed for his integrity and honorable feeling; while, as a private friend, he was beloved for his sincerity and worth. Hie was buried on Satur day, his funeral being attended hy a vast assemblage of the respectable in habitants of the town, as well as many from the country. THE SWAMP.-ThC long-pending claim of Mr Abbot to this property we understand is at last in course of final settlement. Mr Abbot's petition of appeal to her Majesty' has been re neived in London, and Loaid Stanley had advised the Queen to grant Its pralyer that Mr Abbot might be permittled to refer his ciaim to the judicial committee of the priv...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

'POST OFFICE, GEELONG. '<lnits ivill close nt tlli office for the undermen toblued pince% as follows: DIuke of Riclhmiod and Thomas IHluglt, for JLndodn, 1lth l'ebthuary. Mlora)shire, for Loindon, 14th February. W ecionDN SbbAr tisc v. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1846.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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TREASURY WARRANT.—POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

TREASURY WARRANT.-POBTAGE. The following Proclamation is of importance, as showing the intention of tho Home Government to establish a line of intercolonial Packet Ships, be,tween the Indian, Australian, and other settlements. Until such lines be established, however, the altera tions of postage pointed out in the Treasury Warrant will be inope rative i THn London OnoInele of Friday. September 19, con tainstal recntury Warrant alterintg tie postage on li'ters senlt lI the following pinces: Fi'st, that on.all letters int .xceeding half an ounce in welght,. tranuismitted by .lacket-boat be tween any of the counltries or places following thatl Is to say, the Cape of Good Hope,' or any ports on tile eastern coast of Africa, tie coast of Arabia, the ted Sea, tie Ocean, any potts in Hindostion, the Mauriticisnor the East India Islands, and 'inll of the oountries or places follow.ing-that is to nay, enyiports inlChina, the.Chinese aens, the Philippines, tile ,Moluccas, Australia, in l New ...

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 — 11 February 1846

In our front page, we: give'a copy of the Letter iddressed by the-Sydriey. Squatters to Lord Stanley, in reference to the projecied change in the, quat ling iegbli"ti'na. It,is an ably drawn up dloclment; and we freely express dtir entire concurrence in every part of it which bears upon the squattina.que-, tion; -bui, it is to be regretted thatit' wpriders into ,debateable, s ibjeots en tirely irrelevant to the subject in hand. It' is aot tdo much a. remonstrarnce .on the'part of the squatters, as a synropais. of 'iis politicalgrievances of the whole cdlnoy. It li. not so much. a review, of the proposed Lend Act, as andiaserta tion ori the;oiibtihit is?ue between tihe Oovernment and the Letislative Coincil. 'hls is ;to boregreotoed. .Thiodocu nient be'irsipnaiks of hiaingr enannated fionm tIhe'Majority-party of theLegis lalive tCouncil,;a circumistance which will e ;nb' i'ecodmrmenliation iitliihe e'yes of 'the i(istigiislicid individualI to:ivloni;it isa.ddress l ed; while it will ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

EUROPE. 'Ve have received by oulr ordinary expreis t e Paris papets of lsl October, with let's ters from several of our foreign corres-. pondrnts. The Constituolonal states, that the Naval Comtnitree appointed to inquire into advan tages to be derived from steam mi time of war, recommended that fltIhe steamn fleet of Fraice be divided into tranrsports and battle ships. " If a war break out, whiclt Godt for bid, br'ween Ithe tw?o great maritimo powers, It is evident, says that janoral, ' lThin eachof hemn would seek tIhe mode atof actlion. ffl'iri thie most favorable elihnce ofsuccess. F!rantce Ihas long been a nmari time tnation; she hIas ftoughtr glorious battles; -she hras shownttitat shee can do. Site would, if .necesary.' re-enter thie lists and recoms mencee thie'dtel Neverltheless, if a more certain means:of reducing the enemy prrt sented itself, whry shrould she nit have re, courste to it SteCitI transports affordt that means ; and it only reqtires to determine its ule in a m...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

POLICE OFFICE. On Satriday lIst, Jane Corryj cgirl of ill fanie,w s coAnniitted to tike hor trial for stealing from m( riie:piqson? of a an ? nii?niiid: Francis Goodwin, in her house, four;,one?,poui :?tolts an ;lnoe ork'rderior,1 3o.r ii,'4d ;When appredhended bly District Con stable t;irman,' sheo begged h; h:woiild 'ot take lier to the watchhiouse,·and.,sheo would give tti .the nionriey ili adc cordlingly went in'ito a pri'y near her house, where ,lsh Iai d:lan plted it and gavo t hoe mone3 ,to' Carlenii, niifitns one pound. .Wiillianm Sawgood iand Tl. Illiai it TVlrdslworth, were oomiitted for tri'rjl for comrpoddingog l flony,, in offeringi to give the. fprosecutor ii ;thei'a?tob;e as~ heli :sum ot ', los. to getout of the; way, :G,oodwinG v 2i took.,lth money, and Chandedi iaover to-the ,-Dis~isgit c-toistiigblo sfatnhglat ihe.wtould.:noti be'brib d be . a y ,'o'ne ; : " he two "ri onors were a terwards admitteod tb bail. ' " "" S r. $goltt, a Mebun r ,~ iiidafe.o:a~p.phioatio...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

FRRE CHURCI. There has bh-en a meeting of the Presbyicry of the Church of Scoilandrl held at Lsunceston, at which Mr Markeanz:e anounced his inltento and afforded reasons for his retirement, on the ground of its being inconsistent ., it h the Church Act of this' Colony to give in n atnthles,il' to the Pr e C'hur-ch of Scotland, and yet to retaina living in thr Church contrmplated under the Act of Council, and 'he desired that an appeal should be made to the law offi cers of the crown, That such is the manoing of the Act there can he no momentary doubt, and any attempt to give it a different:con. stiaction savours of sophistication. T'he meeting appears to have degener. ated into a .trial of 'dr Mackenzite for alleged insult and discourtesy towards the Presbytery. Whether that gentle man acted courteously or not, or eVe,, inconsistently with WORDs CASUALLY SPOICEN nT hIIM on Sorie lormer Occuaion, does not affect the broad principle in volv.d in his secession. The Church of Scotland ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. TffOMAS TOWLE ETURNS his sincere acknowledgments to his friends and the publle for the libieral suppori he has hit herto received; and begs ro notify that, encouraged by past favors, and with a view to the exten.ion of his business, he has consider, ably increased his stock ol Goods, which will be found to embrace everything requisite for Town and country. T. TOWLE Jas just received, and has now open for inlpection. 'an extenslive asliortment of Just Landed, ex RiEWARD, and consistling of MUSLIN AND SWISS CAMBRIC DRESSES, BORDERED AND RICH CACHMERE S U1 IMiMER SHAWLS. ROCK PUN BORDERED AND LLAMA TURNOVERS. Boxes of Rich Figured Light Bonnet Ribbons. S4aranet and Guzare Ribbons. Figured Jeans and Twills, Swiss Cambrics, and permanent Twills, for CiHI-I LDlIEN'7- D1rESSESa Sewed Collars, Muslins, Ilsercion, Rdugings-etxremely low. Ladiea and Children's Boots and Shoes, to;gether with a larg*. asortment of Children's tlob.rtTown-mrde Boots and Shoe', in all sizes. Gent...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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COLAC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

.COLAC RACES.--In our last we giveo; a substantially correct 'report of the ,two days 'sport; antl we may nowli be allowedl to offer a few ro Miarks thereon. Lake Colac is a central and wealthy district, and is u.ficiently' distant.r firo any olth? course, ,to warrant the.. expectation t lhat its races will' become established ain-the first ranki'of colonial meetings! Although sulliciently distant to give if this.charaicter, it is not so incon veniently remote .as to prevent its sports'beihg enlivened and enhanced by~'isitodr' fr6ni Geelong and Mel bourneand.their character raised by competition with the most celebrated horses' from-' these places. It is therefore to' be loped and expected liha't ,e .(olac iaces will ' hei 'con tinued 'with equal spirit in succeedilng years ,T'heStlewards dinner, weoare olad to hel'r, was well Iati'en'dedil an wHnt ot' to thoe ,satlsfaiction of' all. 'he o.,6n.ly, yexpression oif dissatisfao tion was on' the'previouisnigh tIwhen ilhe; numerous; .isi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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HARDY'S SHIPPING LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

Sn~n s ?ii rt t l ' The It,?t for S pt miiier autd Octoiber ii uig t5sud1 rml-ll Thie' niui~iheb of ~shitis 'c? ih 'erlrb dlo oti roltiwco- ltoihdis o'f the usualnumber. .The ahebIIce do ship pgl' ir the t lokr.lo.of. the port oi' Lon don' is thus ielerlred.tto in tlihe Maorlnr Advertiser of the 18th tepinb.-r : '• We regrcet to sey thdtl' ovwg (o the ,'?ea dearth of shitpping in the stveral drbis at the ptrosrit lilne nunl for oe v.ral weeks p!nu, ind the CanOt-quen.= .bs?teire of ellploymunlt for Ihe ilumn'e? rous potor laI~iturers V'to eern thlr'ir livelih'.od in tlhe?e msrus of colnmcrue,. thire ij. C great plriVstrru it ?p eres(neg. i'tii~t among them asod theifr ivlei a flumiiies.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

iIUlhOUR.NE. SARRI'E|I Vebruary 7.-lttrick, cutter, Wilson, master. rmln Piort Albert. pelniayiy 7-Shanltrock, steanm.shlipl. ailmnie, innstertrom f iSyiney. l'asentgers-Mr R Wulker. Mr flnrt wife and t hiil, Mr Polack, Mr Fulcher, Ndr Craske. {Iev Mr Geollhelg?l. Mr S-ned, Mr Itoge'r, Mri J. lRogrsr, Mr Justice A'Beckett and famisllv. Mr C Valcomn-r, Mr Ross. Februsry 7.-Christina, blig. RaSnders, maister, from Sydney. Pasiengers-F' G Daslelly Esq. Mr Mrir anal Miss hlKerin, Mr and Mrs M'Kinnion, DMr ylialey, Misi lorrolest in. SOLIA lED OUT. Pebriinry 7 -Velocity, sclhooner, Gray, master> friln Svrllmey. PI'asieigelrs-Clonle AnideislIn alnd landy. uMrs Nbeisilt andl child, Mr Lewi Truscott Mr MPfutry, and Mrs Tobin.

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