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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

-- VSCt~s IN II lluIr~nt'l 7bnmn~I tacuicii, barque, 309 tun,*. Ilutlrr, nmflrter tarlll L r5Ll~o.idni Dukiao~l( i1mornd Larq..e toadicsU for Lnudu~n I -

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LETTER FROM THE STOCK HOLDERS OF NEW SOUTH WALE TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE LORD STANLEY, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES ON THE PROPOSED WASTELANDS IN AUSTRALIA BILL Sydney, January, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 February 1846

A. LETTER FROM TRHE SoCK. 'nOLDeR OF NKw S'JU'rt.H W I1,E T'O TIlE RIGHT HON)R.\BI.R 'LORD STA.NI..Y, SECRETAIlY OF ,STATE Fo01 THK cO,.OSlNI9. ON lTII PROPOiSEI WASTE LANDS IN 'AU-STRA.IA BILL n ydney, January, 1846. i-r LOnD -As we have observed that .the Bill for Iteulatineg he AdministrR lion of Wdaste Lands in Australia ha been dtlerred until next sess'on of k'arliament, in order Io glee time for it.e crnsidleaiion, we imbrace the ortpor. tini y afforded by the delay, to offer In your Lordship some conments upon ii, -aid -we shaill makP. these the morie frnlikly and unTrc-rvediy, as we ae hapPiy in believing that you have post poned the m.asure for 'he express pur pole of investing us with such a privi lege. But ac Ihe decision at w hi h your lordship is about to arrive is of vital imporlance It this colony, and one on which not only its foriun--s hut Its eve.ntual trarquility mnu.t d pend, we may be permitted to call to your I.oridshlp' recollection the precise posi!ion whi. h...

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 February 1846

I1ST of unclaimed Lpttrn in the S Grlong Pu'-omfic, F>b 13th 1846;. Airev J M Loam Jnsoph Adalns James Lloyd G T Ailrnley Win Litn r A rmotase George Lu as lleny Apsrey l?Mr L.,ns Joln Airey Charles L\3 nch William Adam William LoniLc Jeaph *Allan Jines l1oran Mary Andenson Adam Mlornan James Arenrs Joln Millon Jolhn Arnmvlaer Mr Manlney William A rrildail 'T' H Minahan Mary A ndlerson Robert 1IlOaher Steven Anderson W Miller William Andesso n Thomas Mortli Joseph Broderirk Johli M'Donald James Brown George M'1Manl s Thomas , eal.Clharles M'Lead J N Blrady Mrs M'Kenzie A Brue George . M'Plieis~n James Sliilclleri N M'CullorIi John SBlock, Neil and Co. M'Kenrin Jrnmis ,. BrnlcbartJanies . M'Donald Cliltrle Ulrnip Margaret M'Canir Hulgh 1 Bith Elizabellh M!Kenzii- IH L SB3rehliOl Thomas M'CnlaM ' Blay Jclihn l'AlpinePtfr Borthwick Robert Ml R1Kenzie William iBC MD. r :; MDiitld John Byrne Paltt) M: ' Ml'Tnltosl Genrge Beinsoll James h lPhelson DTigald ilingley '' P M Kinnon Joihn B...

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

TAHITI. The Oceanie publishes a curious address or proclamation by Govertior Bruat,on receiving the news of tite victories of Mogadore and Isly, and the exchange of visit between the Sovrereigns of France and Great Britain. The proclamation is in the native language ; we translate it as lite rally as possible. It is as follows: "* The Governor. of all the French lands in the Pacific Sea, great orator of ihe King of the French neas the King' omatn of all the inlaindi of tie Society, to all the chiefs and all the men of all the lands of the Society. Friends, health to you all. This is my sipeech to all of you. Two great battles were gained by the armies of the King Louis Phillipe, the protector of you all and of us.the sovereign, the one on land, and the 'other below on the sea. In the battle on land were beaten forty thousand soldiers of the kingdom of Mlotocco by ten thousand French soldiers; the son of this great lInd of Morrocco was the great chief of these soldiers. At the other ...

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

RAILROADS. A meeting was h.ld on the 29th January, in Mr Lyons'room, Sydney, of such parties as felt an interest in the proposal to esinbhsh a railway systertm in Nsew South Wales. The attendance was one of the most numerous that has been witniessed in this colony at any provisiooial meeting. James .Macartliur, Esq., of Camdenr,. was oalled to the chair. Mr.Macarthur said, that the County of Cumberland, and certain portions of tile Hunter Rtiver District, did possess advantages nio where to be ex ceeded for the formation of railways. But the question for the colonists to consider. was,. whethlierrailroads could' be.constructed at suich-an expense as to yield'a reasanable return for thir money to English capitalists-for if railroads were to be constructed, it must be with English capital, and more" than this, the capitalists who chose to invest their money in the formation of railroads in this colony must send labor also: for the colony t'as not in a con dition either to invest the c...

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 February 1846

MELBOURNE. THE ?RtDGE.- Mr. J. I. Craig., has been appointed to the onice of Cler.k and Assistant to the Superin tendent of Bridges. DARING HIGHWAY RoBBERY-On WVednesday night, a Lascar named Bandanna, the cook on boarul tile Kestrel, was stopped by a fellow named Scott, in Lonsdale-street, and robbed of £1 14s. The untrago wasv observed by' Timothy Codsidine, who gave chase to scott, and after a long run and a severe struggle succeeded in apprehending thle robber, who was yesterday commIitted to take his trial for the tffence.-Patriot. T'HR IRESIDENT JUDGE.--On Thurs day His Hlonor Mlr Justice a'Heckett took the usual declaration in cham bers, the same being administered to him !y the Duputy Registrar, and in thepresince of his l-lonor the Super intendecnt. His I-Ioiior will not take his seat up on ,the bench until Monday next, whlen*the criminal court will be opened ro formna, as required by the Rules i6f o?Curt, although no venire has issued, for when the time had ar rived for th...

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

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Lord Ashburton's mission to America had terminated favourably. •' At no period within tile memory of man," says thie T'imes, has America shown more hearty signs of a warmn and amicable feeling towards Eng land, than in the kindness with which she has welcomed, and the enthusiasm with which sihe has dismissed from her shores, the British Ambassador of Peace." FORTICOMING RAILVAYS G -Ve have been favoured with the following list of Hailways which will be brought before Parliament early next session :-A RIail. way from the stock Exchange to Beth lem Hospitals with a branch to New late, and anotherto the Queen's Bench. The shares are already at a very heavy premium, having been principally hought up by large speculators at Leeds. The charmain is the late projector of the Middlesex Insurance Company. Railway from Covent Garden Theatre to Portugat-street, with branches to the Strand, Olympic1 and oiher minor theatres. Mr Charles Kean, and Mir Vandenhoff have. taken a num...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPLICATION FOR AN OCCUPATION LICENSE. To the Commissioner of Crown Lands, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 February 1846

APPLICATION FOR AN OCCUPATIonl SLICi6NSE. To th- Commissioner ot Crown Lands, 1, (state the cliristi'tb ' nod surname at lull length) residilngt:-r- , do hereby nmake application.,for. a liaces for theooccupa"lioIYof: a certuin poltion of the Waste Lands of the Crdwu iu South Australin, a description of which is hereunto annexed. (Signature of the applicant). Situation of run claimed Donndaries. Ef;imnted extent in sqynre miles. Number and descripiion of cattle on lhd run.

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 — 14 February 1846

Mr Atkinson, the nominal propriec for of the special survey at Ielfast has been appointed a magistrate of the territory. This gentlemen is de. scribed in the Gazette notice of his appointment, as James Alkinson, Esq., of Port Fairy, thoniri hle never permanently resided there. Now, however, a change of residence would seem to he contemplated, and tiro honor of the order of J. P., has beent rouchsafed to him, on tlie understand ing of his personal residence on his estate being at once undertaken. Guardian. J'rry. - Ve hear that the last pile in the first contract of the Jetty has been dri'en, and the whole is fast and satistactorily drawing to wards completion; a fact highly crO ditable to the gentlemen who have undertaken the management of- this useful work.--Guardian. MrOORINGS.-Under this head it ii reported, upon hearsay, in the Guar dian, that " Mr Ilenty has laid down moorings in the bay for his little yacht, the Midge, just within tho ordinary anchorage," Mr Henty, it is true,...

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

Ahipping .ntlli~- ence. GY)v.LvG. ARRIV D, Jbrunry I8--S.nle, rllcnloner, from Melbourne. ci.r 4if In cii UI CI.!)) r)tEDUT, Fhmal Illcher, ur.llrqtl. ior L?ndorn. Cargco 14t2 Isles tool,, 50 ton. bark, I luurdle leather, ,9 L1l?h- |lrt ep -kbl,. I ca-c. flrr)k ep r llrrrlnld. rlip, for nloudonl. Fasr*o. ,per.-.1r ond Mrs Mleek adrl two lhildren, Messrs 0 Rt' lerk. C. Hulles, andl cU, Brlinton. Crrg- ,DO 13nlmud wool. El. ai. scToot er, for Ilnlart Too n. witil a cargo .f. stock. _. + VEgeEt,. IN I1AtllOUlI. lhnm. Iloclghe.. barque, 300 Ions, Butler, .mnster S;lonrllonr fCr Iorrldon. Platina In.qre, 320 lons, Kirkusrmatter, loading •jor Lunrloln Duke of Richmond Iarrlile loadling fur London

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

.Qceon e lb s~ bettb aet~; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY. 15, 1840 ANOTrNR LAND: SALE.HIrr ourrfrst pagoe will bi found the ihsnnounce-. nient of anriothier':sile of: T'own"raiah1 Suburbani A]lbltments in Geielonig. As on former occasions, the Govern nient hais doteririinied upon okaciing for the land in. lthis insignificant neigbiurhood a higher:i price than is exaoted in any other part of' theo Colony.' Tll ' o?nI Lnand is, as usu?4al,~£OO per acre, and thle Siubur bias froin .C6 to £0 per acre ,while a.n ~hj same 1day, a numboer of-Mel boirne Suburban Allotments are to be put np at :£i lOs to £3:per.acro. Pdrhaps o'itr G'overnor (for itis said tIhat ie is the appraiser in"?l]isuch cases)': thiiinks that since ~1'e aiinot get .in3thing else from hlim, e kught to consider ourselves ,highly Ihonored by tlie,: proud. distinction dff being placed?. in?-ioney value, above all other towns iii the colony. Thei htdioIoi-ei;ow :r,"is but an empty one, so lo?' ho, witilhholds those com merrcial faaoli...

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

THE CENSUS. In a circular addressed to the magistrates of thie colony, giving in structions as to their duties in taking the census of tihe colony in lMarch next, the following dlirections re specting the classification of the in habitants are given: 44, The mode in which it is pro posed to collect the information under the head " Occupation," is now adopted in this colony Ior the first time. The pr:nciple is that each person should state in his own woJds the nature ul his occupation, and tlhat afterwards a digest should be made of the infrma. tion thus obtainedl miore or less minute, as may be hercalter determined on. It has not,hoi ever, been deemed advisable by the Legislature to require at the hands ot the benches any more detailed Abstract than that indicated by the several columns in this portion of. the Return C. 25. In the lr.t column, headed ' Commerce, Trade, and tlauufacture," should be returned: 1st. All merchants, bankers, commer, cral agents, &c., and all perso...

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 February 1846

]1 'SrTrRS ot Verpels in Harbour are requesteri . t call or; send for Copies of this Paluer oi ale !ays of publication. 1 1E PIRST TERMf; 1840. The T'irst Tein cotnnieaici on Fridaiy the 20th da.y of Mrch, U and ettds on the 18tlidny of April, 2840 OMlt(in riays-PtIdy O0ilt'March: Tuenday, 14th; Snturitay, 00th; Tiensday, 'Blso:iSautrday, 4th Apri,; Iiuesdi,3, 7th ; Saiturday. 18th. UndI atfded Uuises -Stiturda,; Ist Maqrli. All undfiendeede cotses In be ,et driwi, fur tlisi day, providdl the defenilnutt's timiie for plendin slhall have explirtil. in. pulficilent timie or that plirpose; nnimidf anad ilnic ahall nt liove expiret, tlien such ceitii Inay ibe: set down fli(/ irny ilny-lippolitel for Ihe trIal ot defended couoes before i jury of fnnr ogrecltl j iti nr. o*r Caonser to tie Ct led hefore a Jury d urSpeciii JuIr ora.--r3lfudndy. I3rd March; Werinesday,95thL11; Ii slly, S9lth; Monlday, zOtli; 1edtditntday, 1st Cainseitlo he tried before n Juryittf Tielse Per. mitts,- Finlilis...

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

PROGRESS OU DISCOVERY. THE: son of Major Mitchell, who a short time ago started for the Balloon River, with the intention of ascertnining the truth of the report that six dead bodies had been found, supposed to have been the remains of a detachment of Captain Sturt's party. After as certaining the falsehood of the ru mour, Mr Mitchell puslheA his way into ihe interior, a~idssucceeded in completing the exploration of the anknown country between New England and Fort Bourke. The following is his account of the ex pedition, which we copy from the Maitland Mereury: On reference to Major Mitchell's map showing the routes of his three expedlitions, the Owyder, vulgarly ternmedl the Big IRiver, will be seen joining that called by him the Ka raula, but which should have been designated the larwan-in about latitude 280 20', longitude 1480 '0. About fifteen miles a'ove this point the Mooni Creek joins the lIarwan. stations extend up the l3arwan forty miles above this junction, and up the Mooni...

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 — 14 February 1846

1 POST OFFICE, GEELONG.: UMn'ifi will clonqe at thii nmce for the underincn (|lnedl pincc? as follow: : T. Tonlim Huhclt , for Li udon, thils nfterioon at 'al-iiriRt lin'o'rlock. . Duk? of Richmnnd, for Londifin, tlits everiig; . Chi linina, for Alberton and Svdney. 10th Febl, : Teunzer, for 'uostlnld Uny. nid Adelaide, oDLlh Feriunry.

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 — 14 February 1846

PIO .TLLAN D. Several gentlemen, on its becoming known that Dr Lang had arrived in Portland by the mail car, and that it wee his intention to leave by the same conveyance next morning, hastily re. solved upon inviting the Doctor to a supper, provided for his entertainment, at Mr Csmeron's H-otel. Stephen 0 Ilenty, Esq., took the chair, but in consequence of that gentleman's health not permitting him to remain, Wim. Learmotlthl, Esq., supp!ied his place. (I, Claridge, E~q., was vice-chairman. On thle cloth being removed, the usual tenet, "' The Queen," was drunk, after which the toast of the everini, " Dr Lang, our worthy guest ;" then followed " Thie People and Interests of Portlanld," afterwards, " The IRe presentatives of Port Phillip, including Portland ;" ' Tihe Press ;" " lThe Ladies of Port'and;" ;" The Chairman and the Squatters;" " The Vice Clhair man ;" antd other toasts followed of a similar character -Guardian. ItACE CoUnSE.--The great commer. cial and monetary improvemen...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DINNER TO DR LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 February 1846

DTNNER TO DRt LANG. This Dinner came off on Wednes day evening last, at tile Melliourno I Theatre, Alderman Moor, in the chair. After the usual loyal and preliminary toasts were given .The President rose and sai(l-I now come to the toast of the evening: Gentlemen, it is known to all of you that for many years past we have been struggling to gain a political existence-separate and apart fromnt New South Wales, and that we have sought the erection of our fair and prosperous district into a separate colony. We have with voices deep, loud and unanimous, remnonstrated against being any longer continued the dependency of a dependency. "We have attainedl thie growth, snd we possess the vigor of manhood. The period of our minority is past-we have paid our guardian handsomely for his care of us-- but we need himtn no lunger. The relatin that must henceforthl subsist between us is that of equality. To you, (the speaker here turned to the evening guest,) Dr Lang, in the name of this meet ing, ...

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 February 1846

SOUTH AUiTltALI N SQUAT'TING R11GULATIONS. Colonial Secret.iry's Omicn, Jan.7. HIS Rxcellency the Lieutenant.Gp v irnor directs it to h. notifired that pastuiage and timber licenses will not, in future, be issued unider the provisions of the Local Act;- 6th Vc toria, No. 8, but that, in pursuance iof the power vested in his Excellen?y,.by the statute 51b and 61h Victoria, cap. 36, for the occupation of th'e Waste Lands of the Crown, and for felling, removing, and selling timbrr, lii enses will be granted on the following terms: In those cases, where persons have; hitherto been allowed to holdjdehftned runs, occupation licenses, ':specifying. the bounduries of the rcsp ttive iuns, will be granted, unless there is some cause for withholding the same.- ' Any person desirous of obtaining 'an occupation license, must forward an ,p plication to the Commissioner ofC rown Lands, in the form annnx'edi:accom panied by an accurate description of, the boundaries of the runiclaiined The nemes of...

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

MIELBOURNEL RACES.': ON Monday night, at Mr Cowell"s, Royal Hotel, Collins-street, the following entries were mnado? in ac cordance with tile rules:of'th' Meol bourne Club, via. :- MAIDEN PLATE:, ' Captain M'Lachlan's tdark bay horse, Amulet. Mr Vnm. Elliott's. clishiut :.liorse, lap Hazard. Mr TVm. Rowan's dhesnut .filly, Juliet. Messrs J. and V, Coilyer's lbay horse, Figaro. Mr Jolhn Ewart's grey fily, Baby Blake. PORT PIIILLIP STAKES. Mr Stevenson's bay ge!dinug, Cornet. Mlr Borradailo's, chesnut filly, Nymph. Mr Ewart's bay harso, Tomboy.: Mr Key's grey filly, LBeeswing. Mr Austin's bay horse, iunyip: Mr Dyer's black mare, Fntimar..i NECROMANCER STAKES. Captain M'Lachlan's dark bay horse, Amulet. Mr Elliott,'s chesnut gelding, Hiap Hazar d. Mr simpson's chesnut filly,;.Soice ress. Mr 'I'. 1-1. Pyke's bay horse, John BUll. Mr T. U. Pyke's bay horse, Tom Smart. Mr Dewing's grey filly, Modesty.

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 February 1846

MEl.BOURNE. ARRIVED. February 10-Emily, cutter, 'from King's sland, February 12-John, schooiner.   CLEARED OUT. February 10-Shamrock, steamer, for Launces- ton. Passengers - Mr and Mrs Manifold, three children and servant, Mrs Hudspeth and three children, Mrs Patterson and three children, Messrs Talbot. Sutton, G. Innes, S. Benjamin, T.   Horradalle, Payne, Mortimer, Cruikshank, Sayce, M'Dowell, Headlam, M. Murphy, G. Samuel, Wil- liam Burns, James, Heydon, George Ryan, and Davfd Gettlings.   F'ebruary 10.-Scout, brig, for Launceston. Pas- senger-Mr W.M. Adams.         ?Febhrtny. in- lsaglc,;scbnnner, forit 1obrt Town. P..i nigejri-Mr Jotnes anl Mr BIloonifield . Fab unry ll-Aoiistusin barqute,: ior- Otaelte. PHssenRgerns-'rs J. Units ntd Mlr J. nioss. rrebrunry II-Ettrlck, cutter, fur .King's Island, . Fbal try 2--Sqlter ftr rt Bay. February 12-Sqantter; ft r Portlandl Bay.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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