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EDITORIAL PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

Mucr Ano' jA ouT NOTIIINO.?- The] ?ort Phillip papers received by the arrivals of Sunday, contain very lengthy complaints of the conduct of the stew ards of the dinner given to the Gover nor, because tickets were not sent to the editors gratuitously. Tickets to admit reporters to the music gallery were forwarded to each office ;- but they were not allowed to attend because the editors were not invited as guests, although it was explained thateven the Superintendent and the Judge had to pay for their. tickets.: We must say that our contemporaries appear to be holding a dress rehearsal of the admired comedy of " Much ado-about Nothing," and that in our opinion, the stewards acted according, to the usual practice. In London `accommodation. is provided for reporters at public dinners-but to send a` 'gratuitous ticket to an editor would be considered as an insult. In Sydney the editors would never think of going to any public entertainment without paying the same as any other .gentlemen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

ror London- at Geelonig. TIHE first class famt- sailing British built brig 220 tons, Captain SALTERI commander. This vessel has nearly the whole of her wool engaged, and will meet with dis patch. For Freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to JAMES CAIN, or WERE BROTHERS & CO. Grocery and Provision Stord, CORNEIt OF Corio Street and ZLimerick. Place, OPPOSITE TIlE WATCSI-IIOUSE. J. & G. MYLES - O FEIL their sincere thanks to a discerning public for their kind. patronage since they have engaged ir business. They will continue to suppuly good goods at prices as nearly as pos-. sible assimilated to the rates of the most respectable tradeis in Melbourne, thereby relieving the inhabitants of Geelong of the trouble and risk of sending to Melbourne for their supplies. VARIED AND EXTENSIVE SUPPLIES 'or Christmas. Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Fruits, Pickles, .Cheese, Hams, Butter, Tobacco, g·,'~ · WILL nB.rPUnLISI?ED On the 1st day of January next, THE GEELONG AL...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

S CHINA. From Murray's Review. Troops and ships of wadr had pro ceededt to Chusan to 'etake the island. The- Sesostris,,with Sir WV. Parker and Sir ?V. E Lttinger on board, was spoken off Malacca on .the 7th August, and would of course reach the expedition in a short time: they ihad reached Sinapora safely after a very rap'd run from the Hiogly.1 The ororoman dei, with the reinforcement of troops on board (one wing of H.M. 55th regt.) had previously sailed from Singapore for Canton. The remainder of the 26th, and a wing cf the 39th had also reached Singapore and were to proceed so soon as the necessary refreshments, for the vessels were unhealthily crowd ed, -had been obtained. Captain Barlow, of H M. ship Nimrod, pro ceeded to Masulipatam from Calcutta in the Company's steamer Enterprise, from whence lie was to be forwarded by express " Dawk" to Bombay, so as to arrive there in lime for the " overland" conveyance of that date, with the despatches of which he was the bearer. It was ...

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SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

..SUNDAY SCHOOL.-The School which was formerly conducted-at South Corio has been removed to Mr. Stewart's Class Room'in Malop-street,where it will meet every Sunhday at nine in the morning, and two in the afternoon. 'We need dot urge parents and guardians to send their' children ; for the advantages of such schools are universally acknow ledged. If there he an institutionpro ductive of. pure and unmixed good, it is a Sunday School. The Dog Act has been extended to the town of Portland. Is his Excellency awaro that it has not yet been extended to Geelong t

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CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

CONVICTS. T'wo. prisoners of; the crown, named Guigan anid Cartl y: attached to the Border Polic, were brought before the Bench on' Saturday last, charged with having been found lurking about, the town without ai as:s.- Carthy having. beeni of previously bad `charaiter, was sentenced to twelvi months labour in irons., Guigan had only recently been forwarded from Sydniy `'to -join =the corps; he was sentenced towfourteen dnays solitary c ufinement. Captain Fyans gaive ithem a severe reprimand, aind dismiss'ed them.`from` the. Policte where the manys i;dulgences:grantedto them were .so much greater -than they deserved. He also incidentally stated that he could- procure fiee'men to fill up the corps,-a piece of intelligence which must give great satisfaction to all who would wishr to see this last relict of the convict systone rooted out. On the saame day, two assigned ser vents who had absconded from 'ir Kirke's station at the Pyrenees, pre vious to the time when that gentleman's serv...

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

WOO L. We have been favored by Messrs. P. W. Welsh & Co., with the following report' upon 336 bales wool, ex Lord Saumarez; from Port Phillip ;- 'JW, 32 bales skin wool, of fair qualty, taken off with lime, raiher dusky' and wasting; I over-'WS and B under, `7 bales !skin wool, rather infe'rio'r; CS, 22,bales .in fleece, soft clothing , wool of middling quality, No. 9 hoggets, .14.16 lanibs', and No. 18 in grease ;JOD,.12 bales lambs', of fair quaiity, but only half.washed ; JD and 1 under, 18 brlles in fleece, soft cloth wool and fairly washed, except No. lnearly in grease, and No;. 12 very coarse ; PG, 15 bales in fleece, all in grease, good quality but very wasting ; IM'N' 47 bales in fleece, badly .washed but of good quality for clothnug purposes, Nos. 31 and 32 tin grease, 34, 36.37, 43.44 locks; MML,. 25 bales in fleece, an ordinary parcel and badly washed: CMK, 11 bales in fleece, lofty and coarse but tolerably washed; MM&Co, 12 bales in fleece, fair parcels o...

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(ADVERTISEMENT) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

(AD VERTISEAIENT) TO THE EDITOR OF T?}E GEELONG ADVERILTISER. S1R,- In athe last number of your Journal it . is esserted :by: Dr. -Clerke, that, iE called me intoconsultation-in the case of Mr Highett. -I wish it to be di'tinctly,understood IIE did not0-. I was- called in at the 'desire of Mr H., contrary to the. suggestionof Dr. C.to have Dr. Thomson. It maybe asked, what object: could 'Dr. C. have in acting so:! In.,reply, Dr. C. called on me on the. Tuesday evening previously (being that on which he performed the last opera'tio6? oi Mr H.,) to borrow.an abs cessilnceTiit; e stated to me the case of :a, '.XMAN" having come down the country, who-: had met with a severe fall from hist horse, which had 'given rise to:a tumor on the lower part of his back, and which he was about to open. On' Dr. C.'s description of this tumor, I'urged him 'in the strongest manner not to open it; ' laid before" him the consequences that would ensue from admitting. air into .a cavity which'did not prese...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

FOREIGN. The German papers received this morning teem with commercial failures. The banking-house of Bassayn, of Vi- enna is among them. TURKEY AND EGYPT.—We learn by the Levant mail that the fortifications at Alexandria were still being strength- ened, and the Pasha himself assisted at the trial made on the 22nd June of the guns in the new battery erected near the Lazaretto. Our private accounts from Malta are of the 5th August. The Ganges sailed on the 4th for Mahon, for the purpose, it was supposed, of watching the move- ments of the French squadron, which had appeared of the Balearic Islands. Spain.—In the sitting of the Senate on tho 9th inst. the President of the Council brought in a bill to the effect that the government be authorised to cede to Great Britain the Islands of Fernando Po and Annopon, in consi- deration of a sum of 60,000l. sterling offered by Great Britain conformable to a special convention to be signed by the plenipotentiaries appointed for that purpose by he...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 December 1841

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON     nollna; barque, 250 tons, Brown master Dumfrles Enchantress, to sail June 5 Juno, steamer, 700;,Spears, to sail 10th June.   Lady Margaret . Lady Kennnway, ship, 750, with emigrants, June 8 Margaret, via Launcestont, to sail 10th July. Mary Hay, Volum, via Launceston, sailed August 10 Orient, 2nd August Richard Mount, barque, 250, Longridge, July 13 Resource; 8th July Salus (sailed) Sultan, barque, 400, Robinson Sarah, barque, 400, Edmond, to sail June 10 Susan, 8th July T''homas Yates, 8th July Widgeon, to sail July 10 William Turner, ship, 600, with emigrants, May 20 York, 5th August PROM LIVERPOOL. Sisters, with migrants FROM PLYMOUTH. Alexander,2nd August Alfred, 27th September Himalaya, 27th September Gislmore, sailed 4th August FROM CORK.'   Agostina. 24th August Samuel Boddlngton, 6th Septemnber FROM GREENOCK. Asia .barque, 322, Paterson, with emigsants, May 10 King Heury, Drysdale, spoken a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

rETi. GE.LON? ADYVRTISER ii "" published every Monday mornilng in' Corio: and in -MIelbourne on the evening of the same day,-or early on the following, morning. Terms of Subs'cription--Six shillina and sixpence per quartcr if paid in ad vwnce ; or Seven'shillings and sixpeice if paid at the ezld of the quarter. 'Ii' quarter to date from the first pubhlir tion alter theentry of. the subscriher' name on the list. Resignations nuit It accompanied with the payment of tlEh Current quarteraed all previous erresr' otherwise the paper will continue to Ih cliarged unttil a complete settlement le made;. Terms of Advertisiug--The charge for ,ach insertion is Three shillings for the first sixlines of spaCe. and 'L'hreepcace a line above, that, number. Adirtl.ti ments:will be received'in i lbournr up to Friday eveninig, and at the Iriii1 itog olice in N ortli Corio until SaturdaY evening. The niumber of iuscrtiol~ iA required to be:written on each adver tisement, or they will be cnnlinutedl d'' ...

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Waits at Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

Wai~s at C/,,istnas. -- Waits Christmas are derived from those choirs of angels that attend thie birth of Chrit. In imitation of tliee, sl!epherdi inf ancient times, used to usher in Christ. mas with music and cirols; the paslo rli, or- rural rmusic; performed by th-e Calabriau shepherdson bagpipes are of this nfture. :.:The tunes vary accordin± to the; provinces.; in. the sooth they have three-difrerent airs.l Tne waits -stili 'kept-iin-'the-pay -ofome Corl,-ar. tions in Eiigland are, it is said, coii i ter parts of these shepiei'ds, but allowed by others to have been originally Innl sical wa~tclm~in. There were, Itowev.r, tminstrels at iirstaannexed to the King's Court, who sotnded ithe vatch every night, and in tow'ns peraded the streeti1 dluring winter, as such they were set up with a.regular salary at, F,?ieer, A.D. 1400, and though surpresstdl Iby the Puritans in :1660, ihey were ugain restored.; A neiog Versioa.- A. traveller stop. ping at'an Inn,-, down east, was asked? liuw...

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LONDON FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

LONDON FIFTY Y EARS AGO. From " BUIrnaby Rudge." A series of pictures representing the streets of London in the' night, even at the comparatively recent date of tlis tale,- would; present to the eye something so very different in charac ter from the reality which is witnessed ini these times, that it would be dillicult for ?he beholder .to recognise- his nmost familiar walks in the' altered aspect of little more thlin half a'century ago. They were, one and all, from the broadest and best to the narrowest and least frequented, very dark. The oil and cotton lamps, though regularly trimmed'twice or thricea in the long winter ;nighte, burnt feebly at beat; and at a late hour, when they were unassisted by the lamps and candles in tlhe shops. cast but a narrow track of doubtful light upon the fcotway, I.aving the projecting doors and house fronts in the deepest gloom. Many of the courts and lanes weie left in the deepest-darkness; those of the meaner sort, :whert; one- glimmering light tw...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

VIRs3ri3.s tSXi'tCTSD. S. FtloJI LOSUO Io? 1,.litt,, htiarqu:', '231 1111131, 3ll l ow.sl ilstep ")11111'il- . ]3iiclalilllires. t,, iilu J nlle ' !Jilll( 11 llllill r, ~6;)l' Spll s, to sail lOLh IIJuIne . Lut~ly ?II~r3111 VI rlillv I?l~l,~lrllll l ll:!. i ;n will ,lllln15 JU S- N 'llrll't, I 'i l I,:lhleii, lsllin, LII s0il 11th JuiE0. : 21h, 1n %" hlly, Vtiilniii, Via ~lillilicisluiiu, sailed Auigust. 36 3 2,, tur l , t1 u.11 h ,ll arlll , i l .1111111e Situ Jotyls ; liIOIIIIi, S~I, llliy ir ie D 1L lllil?!.li"1 :. V ? otuo'ioll ii , h LI ,I li11t Juili IllS l \l' t 33111111i S11111r Ji 3,ll S wlcl'%sltA"l 3 -"l'lllInl, " lg?l, i Ihil" •-Sisters, will, rmitglnl'l, A FLOS?I I'LYSInIITII. " Ir'x llu , rut I C, 1113 Aiua."Lt ,0lfrdl, 2.li Sl'1".lcllb r: F?jlllillllI i~il ?.·4tl'l'lll liihl'r -)IIII· Pnll) I1 1161151 6011 /: " Plel~t CORIIK, s"osttllsn. SIth Aulu'IIlt - ?illilltl BlddhlstujlUrl, I1h Scptcnlher *l~ ln~; lpine I'5051 t 3113L0 Itn. 13,t16l~hl len'3,, f~lI3'V~llllt. 3131...

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TAKE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

... TAiC 'NOTICE.:: r-The interest due on'this debenture is nayabl -to the bearer, luless the deben· .tre besapecially endorsed by the ier-. son inwihose favour iL is issued toshoie. otlier' per-son, in which case it Iwill be payable only t8 tme, person to whonm it. is endursed,-oro t order of such per 501). The person to: whom the interest is paid, will be required to sign at each payment a recJipt, in the following form whtich shall be a suflicient disclharge for the p;ayment thereof. I acLnowledge to hav.o received the sum of .£ , being interest on this debenture, from to

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

TO CORLIIESP0ND1eNTS II a'cncn"mutnlnl ntnn hIn? Ieen nomitc'1, nnt t"nn i*' wlnlt io1 nwlrit, IItnt btecasac %e mnake il rtlle I" )tVcr to aittotw cml r'stonlotrlll it aa reater ctegree -*,I lictotc th?nl tHatil to wtetii li WOe 'rctriCt cuner?0,|tal, t')he tI[,as are an, a aUcjL.ct ,rhlich, we hare astadiousi"y Itit'?lrrpreaal. * ' MIONDAY, I)ECEIMI ,'-LE 20, 1811.

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DEBENTURE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

DEIIENTJR IE BILL. A BILl, to seCUre on *the Ordinary Reveiiue of olm Colony of New Sotlh WVales, tlie payment of le.. bentuines to be issued, to a limited vmuunr, by the Guvernor thereof, in sup poit of hiftiirauiou,. "hereas the funds arising from the territorial revenue of Lhe colony of New So'uth Wvales, are at present in kunlicient to provide for the introduction inuto[he said colony of a supply of lahnur adequate to the wants which exist in all its branches of industry, aind it is therefore expedient to make turther· provision for defraying the expense of inipc?rting emigrants from thl- 4United Kindgom of Great Britain and Ireland; 5,3d whereas it is necees sere, in order to seculre the negotiation -upon advantegeous terms, of any pro niussory notes or debentures which may be Ise?tid 037 f, l. ~.x?eiiency trie Governor of New South ~Vales for this purpose, th'at in addition to such seceurity as may he sanctioned by tIer most grncious Niejesty, on the terri torin revenutIe of t...

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CAUTION TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

CUTION TO StIlPPI?.S OF W'OOL. We would recommin tlh thr'scttl,'rs to p.ro1Cet loudly agaifrst the cnrelhssness and a (,.klPss,,eSs, if nrot wjilfrl misman igr.metat, displuayed hy the ien ,em ployed itt pressing said stowing wool on hoard the shiips in harbour. The bale i pul led fllout wit i hooks on the wlharf, .in the, light<r, anrd on bourd ship, until Lthp parniCk gets dLt iii ClEFy tlireii cOut s;oti le" wool protrutlds.+ It is Iher, put ihto Ith pre'ss? no pains are to :ke to pa evont the bale (rrt, h urstiig, which ia. is al mots sure to do ; arid thlo cense (lu~1itit ic tihat lhe wool gets wasted, .t-mng, d, natd mixPd, and all the pains talkat by the settler "ar rendercd oC no -i+avail. 'This conduct appears tO be so tlelilierately injurious, thlat we are in tciad ti +to- believe there must he some tiIisttr ri melivti at uottom; we would lt:t'ra'ore e'el' ohhligetl to, ally of oair S+:Piti+,s who willi avor us with uiiswwrs +to the ohlqo, ing queries:- Isthe: l...

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THE SPIRIT OF BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

"liE SPIILIT el. BI.A'UY . (Ily atI Aterlea r'oiti.) - Tlto Sthlrunt of CRatIttY unveils her light, Antd ahetels Itnr cnllre ill I0 jnttyotla liglt : I kitneev her troek thrtrtglh t'ite kntlni? ntlr, Iy the blonnotlnl thlt Cltoter tinll wi.hiten titere; Rite lent,,,· the Loint of tie. mitotitnot'l? gre ,ll, " Alldj geit the~ Vnltey wilth crystlil hltt-eIt. At nloton. I know· wliere ~hIe reoted itt night, -_n1"r tht rnoseu are tIthinhIlg otllt dotey dteligt ; - fttett Rie itiointttl ng;|~l ill| iinl rottlld her |lingos A? ultowet.V~ or lightt irol, lier putrplel w'ing,,; T'ill tite olpirit l? ilit ?,t'tit tLt- I totutic o ilgiglt °.'rhat etcltilyuhill it witlh ecototty 1t titinl, nItE hie, to a cool retrent, I\VIete ttwwetritg dull? ,'(er titiers nmeel: - 1tle dilit les tllt ovn'e where tile grell Iteven dip, "'Iltet, t Itl, II Iit Ieult, ltke llitltu t ltllitI %Vlt'i'l ett Ittreliillltiuit litnnnt id,, wii~ titlh, it n .rln, lrotll iher lover, tlie hote IhiI thlle lov'es ngnnit. At ...

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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

TIITEli NE,'WS'AiEI' PRESS. The. Melbournc enti. Sydney'i. etlito, s. (for ranit eif something better to tulk uahout), tree at. pr secst-mtkitit-a mighty' cltmourtehout the Liberty of the Press 51d ( the atrocious Gigging Acts. Oner would, thiuk they..Wei e :a devoted bantd of martyrs by the way itt Whlch they talk. We pity them--ziot for the'mon nler- .lnsa thicll tIhy- are jierseeotted.:lty others, hat for their own? fretfiuittess tbout tothittg,. .That .the lPress is tts free in New, South W?:les ns in Etiglahdi, 'is " anBaser tiot wiic ith can he clearly proved, if"itit dcetd, any proof.bhe ccessary ; for every one hot Ia cornceited upstart editor must he aware of the fact from observation. To'sho;w that the "Prers }laora under no 'greater hardbhips here titan at home, re .,uhjoiti t t.comparative statement of tihe restrictions itt force in ito tt coutttiies. i e tN ENGLAND IN N. S. WIALES iveery Irltiinig it ottce. 'rltere ts no rctlrlctliln wtiettift for tiiiitin ~tleiB whttet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

For L~orjon Piroot. " ...,- Tlt fine fast-sailing ftrque 35? tons, .MttRg Tonn, commnnder, is now nt Pjint Henry loadlni \Vol faIr the abovu port, where she will mruaizi for a lew days. For Feiight or passage opply to ARIFHU:I WILLIS & CO. GeelonglSth Dec. 'Toeiidora iTloqutredl. Cleric of Woiks' Ollire, Melbourne, 15th Dec., 1841. ErI1 NDERS I v wilL.he received at Ihi4 Office, until the 3 1st instant, froni persons willing to 'onntract tor Iii, eretctio:n of a Lighthouse at Shortlatnd' Bluff. )Parties tentdering, if more than onu,. are to state their arnmas;," as no portinvi of tlhl work (tontdlr any preteritc) wilt be allowedt to he under-let, anld they will be also requikl to state the uiamev of two solvent sureties for the fulfilm?tuc of tile contract. The Plan and Snecificatiin to be s"uui antd every inforutntion ohtained 1w al~pavin? at the a:bove. (fice. AI Tenders to b-.~ eutlorsdtl " Ten ders Ior erectin, the Lighthouse at Shiortland's B'ulY'" By order of llis Hono...

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