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

i' DEBE.NTURIt~ BILL. TIIs present extraordirary session of Cou?ctil has been cniivenled for.thepur pose of considering, the means' of de fraying,? the .expense of Immigration, should the Land Fund be found in adequate to meet the demands of the 'Importers of. immigrants, to whom the Governor stands pledged-to a very con siderable extent. - The Land Fund has not yet failed, ari?d ?the Debenture Bill is thererore.n mere precautionary measure. Should it.be passed into' a law it may never be acted. upon,. or' may.never be in any way required. :,. TIhe Land Fund has been gradually melting away f or lie last twelve.months, and 'as it is a matte of-'doubt, whether it will .be quickly replenished, orcom. ilet-ely drained' for a time, the Governor is' on!y .doinghis duty hy Inaking a timely provision against theevil day. T "heie are two methods by which the LandFund can be replenished, and be tween which the Council ia',e. to make their choice,-- namely, by selling the Crbwn lends of the" c...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

E~GIAND. UsloN n?4BNK CP AUSTn\ t,?h --Thurs lay the hail yearly m·etinz of the proprietors in this establishment Wets held at thel r hlonse in Oldl Rioat-street for the purpose of electing two directors, who go out ol ollice bym rltation. for receiving. a report from the directors, and for enlargiln the capital of the companty. The report was atlopted and ordered to be printed. The proposition of the court of d irectors to increase tihe capital of thie bank to -1,000,000 .terling was then uennteioeouely adopted. The report of the Uulion Iatik, read at thu aonual meeting of the shareholders, Mr. J. Gore, in tho rhair, slates hnat Mr. Boyd a gentleman ol' universal ex Iecrientie in\ hanking? nnd hrotther of tIs" owner of the steamer Seahorse, had beo'u appointed assistantt inspector. Suuday limes. EY;PT.'-- .Meheimt Ali h?s put hpori record his complete adliesion to all the teru,?s proposed by the Sultani. 1Ie says. -".'LI ,hall earnestly and honorabhly eiceeute faithfully the condit...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

-AI I(IVAl.C I)owxnlwber 1 4.--., A 1 Eu., I, rqne, Yl6S tons, "T ,dcld iu?w.le r, Urolu, lR1 eltuirie. I1 --: i'l t1SI , sl ASiuutL'f, L vhr?|" znaster, lG-f| 0 Vi.1 All T1 Al ] DI-, srhnnier.-I{nllri S,,0 ?ttnwctei, frot m iIiou,' tie with tlc,i r', • -I-- Losi T, hirig, o220 tons, Salli,' 1inaSt?'r. fro' In iill itiritoll... ft m il Iell I , e. .Ite. : .-InL.PAI.ITUJII. lt." 1)t-c,,iithr 1'3 -A P11 IASIA, ste.amer, L:,1elr rt.tltrt. f'or Miehomur ti. l:3---hsrY rul ILI.?En, schooner, Saun- I ut~s itnt.,Itr, r fr Ltti11c'stutrt vwith 4011I -b istcts lime .snul 250 shheep.. 16--, 1'HR Asi A, slclllet,Liiwleir muster, tufr i'1elbouirtut. -- "? " '

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

SBe undersigned will purchase or oIdvance on Wool. of Ihis season's clip.~ o0nsigned~ to MeiSsrs. A. A. Gower, ,ephrws, & Co., London,-deliverable ,t iheir Stores so flelbourne or Geelong. CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY. ep(Pemhler 15L 1841. W/ 0 0 L. TRAC}IAN & CO. ,will Purchnse.or A9dAlrance on_._WOOLS -of - this Sea. siol's clip.' . . . " - , Geplonfl, NovPmb)er 1. , WOOLi. TIIHE undersigu d "are .purchasers of Wo \1'ol, or will make advances on liPe coling elil);.delivered in Mellbourne, Wiliam'o Towo, Geeo!!ogn.or Portland tahy io he consslneod to their agents, ,leasrs. Rickards', Little, &' Co., Lonidon. WRI E, I RiTE Eii~s'. -& .Co. For LondoA- a~t Geolong. 'TIIE firs~t cl ass, rast-saiingC ?o · ~British built brig'. ?qO toj., Captain SAr rEIL .conmandle;r. This tese'l hus'nearly the whole" ofrher wooleenge;del, ani .willt 'meet With=?dis. parch. For Ftreight or -pnssage, hiaving' s.cellent accom modations, apply to//'?; JAN ES,'CAIN,:'or " : .......

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

MgRLI1OUIRN [? SII['P [NG. • • ; - A IC.E VA LS." I,)c'inlicr 13-- Corsair, sieamer,-3cl, rriii'fl ta !|iiccatni;]. iii--\Vud'Chipman;, hilton, from Bristol • IgJust 21, wil;h 338 imuligl rants. : • 1.? - Williamn .Mitchell, barqu~e, .froiz Lillih Iaio J:eiici;o, wllh a genie;al cargo 18--C;roliilp, . brig, fiorn IHobirt Tow;,. ld 'i--st~sll~ij~l~i, Pattr,?;;foml S3li ?Vd;;IY " 7: *''CfLEI:AItED.. oUT. :: ;; * , i')orel~irrll -- ,[agiilaslh, i bl i], 'Taylor, h lI' HobalrtzTOYI. :' . : Ii--Scoa?, brig·, Gwalkila, fbr laiuicec? 1.1--A !lia, c.ttllerI elinreit, fur Western Pi~rt tnid Lauiriceslon, 1 - Corsair, stenamer, Bll, for Lutin C?'P I I'II. ,i 1 -- Sir Jolhn Fraxnltlii, scliooncr, "Jen kil;, rfr L?'tmlllCeelon

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

Vi/I-:I I 'E LO G", IIflUJIL. J11e9, hbIrqIu IoiIIa, brig - ),, ,'i, hri? A phraIsia. FIRtnier - I[i h r~l, br~ig - oU:jo:jhi Miidei, sceiz.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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WOOL-GROWERS AND WOOL-BUYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

WOOL-GROWZEIS AND WOOL-BUYBRS. e(Fcom theMurIlljng Advertiser.) We hear that. Mr. "Jaromb, the brewer and wool brokei, of Newtown, has been making great exertions to get up a meeting of wool buyers, in order by it to establish a code Jacombian, for Ihe' future guitlance of all. connected with the wool* trade. We have heard somee very extraordinary statements relative to this matter, and consider (under every circumstance,) that it is our duty to caution the grower of wool against combination. · We hear that a rmeeting is advertised to be held at the "Auction Mart,: but whetier it is to be an open one', or confined to whlat is called "those interested in the ques. tion,?' remains to. be seen. We know not any man who is not, and thererore trust that it will be a full meeting, and a so that there will be a numerous attendance of up country settlers. \Ve4P~vil not prejudge this notable aff,,ir, but'leave'it on its own' merits, merely observing, that if any persons woiild have public'spi...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

VAN D?EMlEN'S LAND. Tkle Road Ati.--This measure has been approved *of by the Secretary of State, which signifies nothing, as Lord John lRussol, Lord Stanley, or any Ministercannot coerce tho people of Van Diemen's Land; who have, repro. bated the Rtoad Act in principle and in detail. It inust be repealed, or remain a dead letter on the Statue Book. ilobart Town Advertiser.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

ME LBOUIN E. Tuie DUELLo.-There was a very pretty flare-up a't the Police Office, on Monday, under the following circum stances:--Captan Cordon, the Water Police Magistrate, swoie that on 'ues day evening, about a Quarter past, nine, agentleman came to his tent and said he wa?'s the purchaser of tho William Salthouse; it was'dark at thetilne and Captain G. could not see him, and said that fi.:*ould do nothing for him at that titite of uight, lut if he came the follow itg morning, at ten o'clock to the office, he should be glad to see him; he said Itis name was, Oliver-- somelhing, hut the latter name he did not catch ; upon Captain G. declining to communicate with him,-rie gentleuan saitl,'" Your conduct is ungentlemanly, and such as I have been led to expect from you." Captait G. thett asked his namt, and ithai Ie wanted ; he refused to state hither the one or the othter, but said *' I on?i~jtrdy to meet.you at atty time or place as a gentIematn." Ctaptain G.said hte wiahed he woul...

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(ADVERTISEMENT) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

'I(1t)'vjTISRIIIT!NT' * 'TO TilE>.EDSTo0t OF TIlE GEELONG •+AD VElI'IISEI!.' 5tln,.---t 'ne' not my ittelrtion: to lake tiny fartheir[notice of Mir !lighett's case, no ia',,ly:-hrouszht ehfore -the. public. throouh thle ml dium ot your journaIls lee li,~g convinced that I he-uuanlmous decision.of the Mi ed ical Board:wish ich met in Melbhourne was quito soflhicint In satisfy, 1h1, pubtlic mind in my favor hbt as D,'. shaw has acain come for.ward, Hed c'IttlpaVjohlIus o sIt the mattCr in a tiw light,'l t el mysePlf conIpfllCd to a fe n o hw nb~elvations 'on: his Itter, hlt pulrplort. of which is' @idvidntly to quistinit thP tiuth of my statemenrt pre vifiusly laid blo~te the Medical Corn. In the firSt place?, he rTnlar]?.,1 oni? p..r'rn" xho c(l..d hiie n ihitO cnronlta lion. cn h disti (:tty iilP s it to be un clcir?.t,nOl Ihal ] !lrltl rri~l don Ota .?0 Mr Ili ihctt rx lrs~ecl a wilt to have the npitiion of tittotl hr medicsl mat. I Ir'.po+. ri Dr'. '|f|lmsOl. Ifathe[11 n amed S...

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PROGRESS OF NORTHERN DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

PROOItRE.S OF NORTtIIEItN DISCOVERY. (From the Sydney Monitot) I do not remember whether Sir T. L. Mitchel, :discovered tile source of tile Darling (it is always called Jiarwen here, ·for: that is the native name), but several gentletoen here have in formed :me the Macintire is its head; others, that the Condlamine, the:Darlin'g Downs IRiver is. the parent .stream. Some who have ridden 60 miles beyond the apparent terminationof the Co|nda mine informed me they could not dioco. .er any channel or continuations of it. !tis not atall surprising that the Bar wen along itswliole course should pre sdnt such a'deep channel and high banks, as it is fed by all the rivers and. ctereks running westward between this river. and the stony range thirty five miles froti thle Condamin'e, comprising an area of three hundred miles. Those v~,h6= hae 'be'en toD DzltngDowits in :formn me that they cross seven principal rivers besides innumerable *creeks, most of wltich have 'waterin tltem (no adver tisem...

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SYDNEY SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

SYDNEY SYDNEY WHEAT MAItKEP. . -Thi; article continues very dull, no sales worth speaking of have taken place this week, and what little is purchased is mostly for the contract mills of Messrs Hughesandl Hoskings. The price is so low that S.ettlers do nrot think it worth while to ns,,nd their grain down to market., Many ol the large owners.are making exerlions- to raise the price again, hut the ,rowers are wary, and by the cautious manner in which they' send the wheat to market they show that they are determined to keep a check on the monopolists; Os per bushel is given for very good samplesc, ut much has fetched no more than 4s.. THre AUCTION COMPANY. A meeting of the Shareholders in this Company, was held on Wedoesday last, whent by .an abstract account it appeared that thei.dehts and liahilities anountc' d to a4o4192 9s. whilst the assets amounldld £22,952 12s; 2d., thus Iaving a deft. ciency itt the assets to meet the lialil. ities of -10,239 1Qs. ]Od.--making about £Q a share t...

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RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

REsG?SIG?TON 0 M; MINISTERS. The Whig ministers line? resigned; but :we have not received any English paper 'containing an acrount o rtlhe division which drove them to take that step. Loid. Melbourne announced the fact in the following words:. . My Lortds," its my duty to acquaint y-0ur Lurdships that in:'conslquence of the vote, which was come to by -the other House of Parliament, on Satuiday morning last, and which was precisely similar in ternisto the Vote come to by' your Lordships.at an earlier period of the week`; o.n th°e part'ofmy colleasges and myself I have tenidered to her Ma jesty, our resignatidii of .the ofliceS' we h'eld, which resignation her.Majesty has been graciously.;.please"d to'arcept, and we continue.to:hold those' otces only. until our succc.ssors are appointed. Lord John Russell simultaneously. made the :same nnnouncement in the: House of Commons.:- I have now, Sir, 'to'state to the House. that after the divisionsof Friday niight her Majesly's Ministers thou...

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STOPPAGE OF EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

STO PPAGE 'O1; EMIGJRATION; '.Since 'th'ie above article was in type, we have received a copy of LheiColonial Observer of- the- 9th: December, con? :taining the following a'ularhing inlelli. gence, which, if true, will do away with the necessity for the Delbenture Bill, or any other schemne for,the ,same pur. pose : ," In consequence of :in.sructions 're ceivfd' from -ler Mnjestv's Land and Emigration Con missioners,'no einig rant ships will be despalched from the United Kingdom to Australia, between the 31st October'and the Ist March." SCan .this.be true ,

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(ADVERTISEMENT.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

(41.)( 'ERTiSSE,1I):V '.') .TO TIlE EDITOIL OF' TILE GEELONG Slit--In the last number'but one nl your paper, theroe-appears a couuler affidavit frrom'-Dr. Cle ke, denying that lie, had openaeid-a tumor oaau my back the' first: tizie I c'alild upoin him, but admitting that he had on a subsearupnt Occasion. It is most, unwillngly I pro. ceetd il tlii' °'bibaih?'d.4, bait alm forced to :do sol in prrcofof :fthe truth of any assertinai,' I 'cntiiiot boiaceive. how or ii what liflyl Di C- cuii' evade :the (lirect iclad. einty (f' niy tutimo'oy;.but throu- h soba "ubtle rperversioia of-lataiguagie or wilhla lapse of' memory. It las-been-askedt hIow I could" have-. beeni operafed UlalaI without thie seavants at Mr Mack's lbailag aware of it? I can oialy say, thlare was no neceusity. for water, towel, or basin, izuisinauch~as ocaly a few drops of blood issued on= the occasion. Geor-e Goo?, ther waiter:at MaHck's, told rn, this day, before'witnesses,, that he re. members oai te dtay in quest...

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NEW ARTICLE OF EXPORT [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 December 1841

NEw AItTXCLEYO?F XPOI1T--The Dusty Miller, which sailed or" Moniday last, took four hundred bushels of lime for the Launceston market. Should.tile specuataion turn :out: favo rtiliis; a con siderable trad'e.. will ibe kept up, not. only, with Launceston,·but several otlier, ports. At present;the freight to Mel bourne is so high as to ke'ep'that market effectuilly closed.?, ,::.:: :: LI?nrT Housr.:-'We would direCf.tthe attention of 'builders to an "adv;ertise ment in to.day's paper cal in mr t.enders for the erection of a light-house on Shortland's Bluff. As usual the plans and specifications ,can ':only. be seen in Melbourne. · ":" ?' AssAur.T oN CONSTaLEs--ILt isex pected that ?an appeal ·case· will 'be brought, bfore th0. next Court"of u?arter Sessions, wherein the right of a constable to enter private preinises and to produce' fire-arms in a common brawl, will be discussed. We were not presPnt ant:· thle examibatio; hut hanve h~eard tha te a-s ( ~: pelazlit is a strongoge. o he ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

MISCELLANEA. Spirit of Imitation.-The American negroes are remarkable for the pertina. city with which they mimic the dres, actions, and manner of the whites. Even in their ultimate fuueral courte sies the spirit of imitation is preserved An epitaph on a negro bab.r at Sa? vannah, commences ."Sweet blighted lily." Tricis of Arabian Traiie;-A LevlR, on tle Red Sea.a? natliral port and emporium for the productions or Scuthl Abyasinia, and. where all Eirope5a comodities are sold to.the natives, itii the custom to tradein so barbarous a manner, that guns. for example bein, purchased: by length" of-ibtrrel, an? every- span paid for at a aeiltledlprice, tile Arabian brokers,' who are ahvasRq employed, cut. through= the inuscle which connectsi the thumb with the fore linger to gain the advaistage of spanning further in their measorement, tSinguiar and Romantlic Sicidcs. Two devoted lovers, disappointed in obtaining thie consent of their parents to their marriage, resolved upon dying. Thely...

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EXPERIMENTS IN WHEAT-CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

EXPEUl?.ENTS XIN WIIE?T-CUTTINiy. In August, 1840, Mr. John Hannam, North Deighton, Yorkshire cut a sheaf of wheat quite green, anti when both the straw and ears were full of sap. The sheaf remained exposed a fort night, after which it was housed. On August 1Sth--that is at the end of another fortnight-he cut a second sheaf in what is called the raw state, which stood in the open air the same period, and was placed beside the other on the 1st September. By this time the whole field being ripe, a third sheaf, after being dried, was selected from the mass, and carefully deposited by the other two. November arrived, anti tre experimenter drew one hundred ears froei each of the sheaves, and pla ced the grain in a separate bag or parcel, and at the same time tied up and preserved the straw.~ In the same month he attended the market, and shewed the sahiples to an extensive corn grower; and requested his opinion of their respective values. To this enqniry the reply was--No. 1 (cut very gre...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

SVESS1RLS EXI't~CTEI3. . -IIO LO? N.tDO' lilloin, bnrqie, e01 twlo, Ullr'o~w master ?+lO~ll m llneslq ( .l ~le' 1iic~lel~rrCsS, to1 sail Julie .,0 ".1S2210e, il llner, 760, Bperrs, to sall lOthe June. La dy l.srtaliet Lady lCreilm at'v nlliip. 753, wilh einige,,tlt, June 8 0l:,ruurrt, |;'1;m tIIIICe?tluU2 I2, sail 1]or J323'. .1 1011t, ond AligeSt i.iclhrPit M?.h"'II. b:i'que, -?e , Lonalidge, Juty 23 I, esnousc. 8stl Jully .talu ('sailel) ?llltllsll bijlellu,4l0, T?r|bl+ls?n +iirits. ilsrtle e, 400, Ed,,lsutd, to sall Jule 10 Oi.tl'ul2l, 9ill ,lilly. . .. 'inotnin ?tatns, Clii .Jleh. Widgenti. io nuil 111' 10. . . 'Villisiii u'rtner, ship, GOO, citlt r rsnl~rats, May 20 Yum k, Otis August sRnse LIVe12OOL. - Sieler ., .cith, en llg llllr I Flo0s PLYOa?nU., Aleshxd?ier.2nrl A.elit2. 5tll'reri, 0'7?th .ellernblr " Hiuimst'tya, O-t;h seplteniber . ..Santletf B.'ldinftoil, 212h ieptenibisr - 'lnoI oUCENOIK. Kilng Itrnry, f'ry)dnle.epeken at sea. Sarah Ilothfllrtl? 111th ,?.?pctst Trinia...

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HUNTING WILD HORSES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

ittrNrINGO "ILD I1o0sEs. iN AMERIICA. It is necessary, in.order to hunt.-wild liorses, to have at least thirty men well mounted, tinder the orders or di rection of their employer. Thcir first care is, .to observe, the .route which the animals generally take when pursued, then they form what is called a " maguera," which is nothing more than an immense pen, From the principal entrance they form two lines, composed" of stakes, that are about four or five feet distant from each other, and secured by cross poles, to keep the nnimals. from breaking through or leapiilg over them; these two lines are sometimes about a league in length, and form an angle ; the ex treme points can scarcely be. visible, from end to end, anti allords space for four or five thouaand horses. ? When this preliminary arrangement is conclo. ded, they begin by" training abdut fif teen mares to iet offat full gallop: from the entrance of the " magna,"' and not stop until they arrive in the large ,rodeo." These are ca...

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