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DESTRUCTION OF THE MATHESIS BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

'DESTLtTCTIO? o0 rite TtIATIIESIS Ut IFtE, Tlhe following account or the conflagra llion on board th~e ship Mnatho~sis, is taken t o(on the lips of Iwo pelsons who werc- oti board the" Mlathesis et the iirne of the ac cident, and its correctness may?'be do pcndh~d on ? 'The 1rathesis left Dundee on the 2nd of June, 18llt, for hids port; with- eighty six emigrnuts' on board. IShe had. i most fia. voitr.ble passage till the 0th of August, nvheti in latjtude 200 40' S, longitude 200 39'' 'W,, between eleven dnd twelve forenoon of that day, the .third mate was in the sltbe room geltirng out provisions, wlhen some straw which was lsuhnlr loose, caught tire be a spUa'k fom iais candle ; tile aira Sl'teaid rapidly, al;d when the alarm was gi ,en great conllfusion t,:olk ilac --so nluch so that li!tle could be done. Thlhe scatinen were ordered tn cleat away the biuats; but instead of. doieg so, they got iiito threm aoid pushed I if, lraviut tlhe captain, ofmfcers, and emnigrants on boat'd s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABSURDITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

.ABSURDITIES. To attempt to borrow money on the plea of extreme poverty. To:make .yourself geaierally-disagree able, anti wonder no one will visit you, unless-they gain'some palpable advan. tage by it, To sit- shiverin -.iii he cold because you wonit have a fire till Nuvember, 't'o suppose the- reviewers generally read more than--the -titlepage of the woI Its they praise or cbndemn. To keep your clerks .on .miserable salaries, and wonder at their robbing hot to go to bed when- you are tired anid sleepy, because:. it is uot bed time." TO make your servants tell lies for you and afterwards be angry because they tell lies for themselves. To tell your own secrets and believe other- people will keep them. -To render a man a service voluntarily, and expect him to be grateful for it. To expect to make people honest by hardening them in gaol, and afterwards sending them adrilt without the means of'getting work. '•To fancy a thing is cheap because a low price is asked for it. To say-a man is...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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PAGE'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

PAUR'S RIVER. r am happy to learn that refreshing rains have fallen in most parts of the colony,;. but l regret to say, although a: small qnantity dropp'ud here, the country presents a very sickly appear ance. The wheat is so short that it will have to be mown instead ofreaped; and unless we are favoured with more rain, we must give up all hopes of having mnlch grass this season. The once celebratel district of Liverpool Plains has not had a blade of grass for months, and the melancholy conse. quence is, that the mortality among the cattle has been very great. The whole course of tile Mackie is full of dead bullocks, and I have heard, skeletons of two hundred bullocks are bleaching on one camping ground. The river atthe present time has much less water in it than" it |iad the last dry season.

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THE MAGISTRATE AND THE SCOURGER. Duke [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

THE MIAGIASTRATE AND THE . SCOU GER. Duke One of these men is genius to the oilier; Wlhiclh i thlenalitrail mun 1 and wbhich the splihit? Who can decipher thel " .. - ''^Drmfcfi lf~iiracusi- -~ *-----1 ·-( I, Sir, am Droinio. ard wllo can say inay t .. Droumo of liphesur- . I, Sir, am Droinio, and whio cati nie gainsay 1 D.Both We ought to be twins, and like hrotliei and brother We'll go hand in ohand, not one before the ptiler.. S 11A isrneaR-Comedy of Errors. lFor some tlime past, we have, re peatedly seen a swellish gentlemahn spiorting abouto town , wi:i:a isupe;. abundance ofailr ci"hinn langling over his 'waistcoat. In? auch a? sinall-com? minity, ? he appeanrance of 3 s,?-anger naturally gives riao to ·tlhBe questioii, ,?ho is he? M{any W',er&tho conjec tures we formed: orii the lsubjet, bot couldnoLt ltopether m~lcc "up r ijitud whelher he was'a new justice of the peace., a retired millionaire, a land and stock dealer, "a bank :direccor, a barrister, a physician, - o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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THE BRIG WILLIAM HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

TtrIl BtitO WVr.rl.IA HUOIES. - La penalty of £,0 anti. costs had been tn lnicted on the captain of the William Hughes, for attempting to take a person out 6f the colony who was not entered in the. clearanee. T'he fine not being forthcoming, gnspector .Austin, of the Water Police, was. placed on board to prevent her going to sea before it was paid, and his boaL's creww, were'ordered to board her secretly after dark, and keel) in readiness, for lear an attempt ot the sort should be made... Mr Austin having retired to rest in the cabin, was aroused about two o'clock on Thursday morning by same .person shaking him, and w~hispering in his ear that all was quiet,' and it .as time to get under Weigh. To this hemPdeno answer, but, the other having gone on deck,.he was sooon followed tay the inspector, who foutld the men busily engaged in setting sail. Thinking it time to change the aspect of affairs, he gave the signal for his men, who now. made their appear ance and' took charge of the sh...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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MR. HURST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

'''MR;. [-It?t?s?. While+ We? are anxiously waiting for Mr Hurst's response to,.the remon straice' of tle ,western Settlers,. the letter of the? Rev. Mr Orton on:the subject is desurving of atteution. We are glad to perceiv, froin the tenor of his remarks, t'luit fii;er f; (rom approv. ing'6f Mr [Itirat's c odducr, ?nd tl+hat inr iattemptin g to:paliiate t;he of'fehice committed -by thioe latter,l hli adds his orwntestimony in favoi" bf tlho charac-= ter-of the settlers, and admlis" that;Mr Hutst:has mislalen=the r7ule for the ex ci'plioe., SM r Oronj accLuses'the nnews paperi of unfairness in not stating that Mr Hur.t admitted the; xistdnde.Of " honorable exceplions': when making his sweeping charge. agzidust? the. western settlers as a hinmi-of whiolesale' murderers. :Such ,il amlmission holwever canno mend th'e matter f; fr. had thecharge been altos getheir unqualiiied, its o':n .wildness and absurdity+ wonbhtIavoeen ?.st fi celirt refutation; not so now, wlen tho assertion is pu...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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SYDNEY COUNCIL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

SYDNEY COUNCIL PAPERS. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the general ob jects of the following Bill, now under consideration of the Legislative Council, be pubished for general infotmation : ' A Bill to repeal so nmuch of an Act, in tituled ' An Act for preventing the mis chiefs arising from tho prinling and publishiug Newspapers, and papers of a like nature, by persons not known, and for arranging the printing and publica. tion of such papers in other respects; and restraining the abuses arising from the publication of binsphemous and seditious libels,' as relates to the sen tence of banishment on a second con viction, and further to amend the Eame." it is proposed by this Bill to repeal so much of the said recited Act, 8th Geo. IV., No. 2, as authorises the punishment of banishment to be passed on persons convicted a second time of the publica tion of blasphemous and seditious libels. That in future no actions shall be insti tuted for the recovery of pena...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

ARIB IVALS.. r Ifec. 22- AP11RASIA, slcnancr. Lawler jnzftter, fi nin nlelbous JIC. 2--A 1'HRASIA, steamer, Lawler mnaster, Ifroum- llelboutrlxe" • ' D0 I'P A lit U 1{i?. )'CPumb?n.br 20 - A PIIIIASIA, stcamner, 1.nwler mosster, for MIeltotlsuse.... - .. ii?::?Xd Il~s I A, BtLealir, Lawle~rtflster,+

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

w oolv hip for London, (AT GEELONG.) ,-? THFE fine fa'it-sailing BLCiG A"-" tons;'H.fplrOAT, Commiaider. theinr ,~rhrolp? of hePr CIIargOe~Ognfg~d, .,uj asat tilii"e up., will be despatched .p fl~ 5th December. For Passage Oflly? apply-e.a " CAMPBELL & WOOLLY.Y. .. sirst?-Trool-rshi13P?hiz: e3eaon. T IIE nn lasC-sailing BRIG HATC!ET., A 1.o00 tons; F.C. K(Re-rr commander, ,now on the lierth 'at Point I-len ry. irndy to receive Wool. Nearly all, her •,ro being rngage'd, will be despatched ,' ly in I)ecenmber. " For Freight or passage apply to STIIACHAN &.:COQ. C?ori, October ?5, 1841. 9'or London--at "Geelong'. ? T[tI first class fast-sailing - British .built brig 2O tons, Captain SALTER conimander. This wessel ha. nearly the whole of her wnolengaged, an(d'will meet with dis ifch. For Freight or passage, having etcellen't eccommodations, apply to JAMES CAIN, or WERE BROTHERS :& CO. I'VO 0 n. TEACHAN & CO" will Purchase or. Advanc'e on'WOOLS of this Sea...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

:'s N U EEI:I.ONG IA-300R .1 lnmes, 1,irqt Lozini, hi? '' ]1ii:ut, bhi g 10.A jIl!izL s'lOd di,-sehr.

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ENGLAND. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH AT THE OPENING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT, (DELIVERED BY COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

ENG.AND. Tie, QUErN' SPEECH AT THE OPENING . F 'ilTP. EW PARLIAMENT, (DELIVEIIED flY COMMISSION. Miv LORDos AN GBs-TLEPSIB, We are commanded by hrr Majesty to acquaint you that her Majesty has availed herself of the earliest oportunity of resorting to your advice and assis lance, after the dissolution of the last parliament. Her Majesty continues to receive from foreign powers gratifying ansu riances of their desire to maintain with her nnajesty lthe most friendly rela tiotns. fHer Majesty has the satisfaction of infornming you that the ohjects for which lihe treaty of the Ilith of July, 1840, was concluded between her majesty; ile Emperor of Austria, the King of Prussia, the Emperor of Russia, and tile Sultan, have been fully accom ,lished ; and it is gratifying to her :Majesty to .be enabled. to state that the temporary separation which the measures taken in the execution of that treaty created between the contracting parties and France Ihs now ceased. IHer Majesty trusts that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

GREA'I' BA [iGAI NSf fi. _L A V I N G (f·thtrrtlined to dee.fioic hj?vqess et Geelort, will SElL O)F? lh, I whoh. or his STOCIK at l'rimd Cost, corii..tirig of Prhi:Pd RMti.linE, Cambrtics, Mehlsrion P'nlid.i nosefrline dI' Laines, fI, Lae l~ilibons, Shr-!,., Coonterpatwn, ilan k.pt?, ?lor, Clohihs ofall dseriptlou,'. Ladies' Gretiflemen's, and Chihlri?.mi fonts, Shior H,,d Sti Op r.i PL4almlu.eal I-It , Boys' Capsw, Dooistasbe Roob:mes, llosirry, H.a:ierdashiry, &e., &c. •"ilHE, noble IlMansion, kno'n as Yarr_ . HouU~- iow nompl÷etlv linis~h', aud r-ndy for itmrmredinte o tninpution;. Ior . Iontel, or .boalxrdhin, trouse, it Ix iofinrt.ly Superior to aRl" hnOm.e in Melbourne, anrid equ,'l to anythin, ot' lte killnd, ei ,ler in SyIey or hobart 'TO' wel Apply to eIn I;Aw P Ft, , a: the Patriot Ofirt?, on Mondays and Thursdays, os mit l'ascoasille. IT DD1NG~S BPGSa on ssle Ut the S-talioaery Warehou.e. (1M1R14?TMAS PtfSENTS.--A: groat - variety of Iflg'antuy-b v-btound...

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(From the Colonial Observer) Town Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

(Frairi LItltc~lof~lla Obsrverr) T?'on Laards.-T.wo ne' .streets, to he called Bay-strect, and Olbe-street. havo bsen marked out at, the south end of tcIe town, and t went yovne alloltmenIts in theae streets and Parra?nattal-treet, 'advert;sed for sale on the 10th FeIrtz ary, at upset pries from £- .to £10 per foot frontage; the total upset price of this land ts 79,36i4. It is a fact that the saspension of emigration, ordered by the em'gra?tion commissiontrs,has not been notifed to to the colonial government. * A literary magazine is about to hIe estahlishled in 'ycdney. 'Tlie firstnuin ber is to appear on the first of Jarnary. Marshall, of I,ondn, hIas 'ailed to the amsount" of" .g'OO.OOO. At the comniancteznoiie of thae yer, ir liraimn eitt trs on his ditties at tile Sydnley College. Mr Cape retirersto his pIrisTO'e ,sCdetaical esta&blishllmeri at ,Vo,,loutnuoloo. Great populnr oppnoilion has been tnade to hid P'ermit Bill, as bsitg no tling else thian a modilica'ion of ti...

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SYDNEY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

SYDNEY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. - TUESDAY, oILCE?aI 14. Thn Colonial Distillation Bill as nl tered at the sscond reading, was pre 'ented to the Council, and ordered to be read a third time on Tuesday next. ''he report of the committee on the Debenture Bill was brought up by the Colonial Secretary, who took, occasion to state the principal conclusions to which the contmittcn hi.d come. The commiltee rPcommitntded His Excellency to draw on the Lords Cotmnissioners of the T'reasury for the sum of £40 Wi00 ad vanced to the colony of New Zealand hy their lordships' iistructions, and for the remaining £ 100.000, that debentures should be issued, bearing interest at 8 p-r cent, for circulation within the colony. The ciimmittpe further recom inelidA, that the lands reserved from sale at Clarnice Hiver, Moreton Huy, .Melbourne, Geelong, anld William's Town, should be brought. into the mar ker. The cormmittee hoped thlat the loan for immigration purposes proposed by the Immigration Conmmiittee in...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

TO TIli ED:vIoI Ot" TIIfl GEj1,O.cz A D) VEIl 5 I~I'JI$ Si',--laeving been conmidernhly an n;yed of late, by thc nmnner in wh;cei the Ecolirger attached to die ['olicA establishmont has heen permitted to oci in enteriny into coiitracs, and decoy in"r my worlcnon from my implinymuei hy Ilie circiaiatioti of onfofnnded slaritd r, I msde an np ohiention to (ie I crlic' nagilstrato to know in what way I couldh oblinii drress lut rhe only satisnfacliozi he would give me wa., thit I nighit c-tsU?nrce 8n aciol ii r zinst dhe flogger i hNow, sir, I wish to Iknow wIhat course I c.n adopt to protect myseli against the unlawvful conduct of uclh a man, who is allowed to go such lenrlith. To whom can I apply but to the. polico inmagisrate, who refutses to dro ianyt thi hut to add insult to injury ? Thu flogger receives pay and rations froni governmenr, and hle is therefore able to undersell free and re'spectable trades men ; he does not however content himself with hait alone, but endeavors by t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

TO THE EDITOIL OF TIIE GEULONG ADVElRTISER. Si , -[ scarcely know how to form a judgment as to your patriotic and indcfatigablo exertions in the cause of the public, since you have allowed a circumstance of vital import (to the town residents' particularly) to pass without one single comment-certainly not because you were ignorant of the evil to which I allude, namaly, the im purity of the water supplied to the town. It does not require a very en. lightened philosopher, to solve the problem as to which of the two duties is likely to net the greatest pecuniary profit to the police, the watcling over the htalth or the morals of tile people. Taking, however, the most liberal view possible of the proneness of man to increase hia store after his own peculiar method; my present object shall not be to accuse, but to call the attention of the authorities to the remedying of a glaring and daily nuisance, in the eiistence of whilc they anid the whole community arevitally concerned. Surely the...

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CONSTABLES AND FIRE-ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

constabulary a'ppe'ar all at once to hnae taken a fancy' to the amusement orndij. playing their pistols..on the most iridal occasions. Onlaturday last, inrormatn0i2 was given to the- chief constable that a iheft had been .coinfmilted,.and. hao'c. cordingly w~sent en :pnrliuiz of tht lp posed delinquent" ;The thief triecd to mrike '-iis estcape by 'flight, and 'b hot pursuit enSued ; arrived at thle Birwoi, he pl[urnged into the rive, and laughed at his pursuer, ,:w ho w;asso exaspemnicj that he pulled nut a pistol etud fired nt tie,/man :as li!e WAs swimrmiqg in the water, but happily without effect. In sucih a casev ,'oconsidertlhe use ot fire arms to be altogetlher uljustifiablc. ' w It ,?Tsi STvlihtxG.? - Veryi lifile In theserdoll tiates, Christmas although it be; tie clay was kept up however ina manner to satisfy the lover of tlh gOi d old customs of meitry. England. Thrre were various pic-nic parties. In tilt evenbig divinfle;servie :was perrormedin tihe .echol-room.-On- Thurs...

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PRISONERS' RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

PRISONILUS' RATIONS. • :?: Wu haveh?lard-thnthtthe prisbners con fined in the watclhhousesj it Coi-O wvhose terms of impri'sdnment varyfri:m twenty-four hours to three months, are not allowcd ~ny SA.LT or SOAr, except what may, be given by the precarious chArity ?f the watchh:ouse keepers. SIs this'a Christian cOuntry?' Is it possible that'n Christiria'! Magistrate could turn a deaf ear to any complaint against such a grievance!,.Yes, we nae reluctantly compelled to believe, that such a magistrate is Mr. Fenwick. -= To keep a man without salt, is to subject him .to :a.slow and lingering, yet certain deatha .This was the mode of punishment adopted in, lolland, against men who had been-guilty of the blackest crimes.' 'It was~the mest horrible pun lshment ever inv'ented:. The wretches ,lingercd inri exIreineTe~ miser for a e. £y.earsu n til t hey we'r'-actually eatee up by worms. eae We have read many a talc of horror about dungeonri scenes in the middle oaes,-bul we do oit recollect m...

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DESTRUCTION OF THE GOVERNOR ARTHUR STEAMER, BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

DESTRUCTION OF TIIP. nvr.r.NOlolAiltIU IL STI:AMEIR BY r'I -llE. S (Frlom tlhe Pliiot) W?- stopr the press to unnounle the destruction of the GovernoJ Arthur. river. steanlmboat, by fire, this morning (Thursday) at her moriorins in the basinl ;at the dueeri's Wharf. Tlhe fire is sup posed to have originated in the follow in .manner: - Some hark had bhen p'!:aed on bonrd tihe vescr, near the hoilr, the. pre.viois evening. to light her fires in the mornimn On extinguish. ing theri at night a spark nmust have fallen oi t!:h' bark, nid there lain smoulderinpg il two o'clock this mi-rn iiig, at irhomit which Ihoir the fire first hurst into f!:Iime. 'The fireman of the Gtovernor ? rthur, a man natmed Foley, ihad, previoan to retiring to rest, s*xam ined tthe engine roonm andr other parts of tire vessel, rad found nll appnrently s?a'f. 'Thl owncr'hip of the Glo~'ernor A urnir is vitst.edin AMrJohn Walker. thle miller, at Hlobart Town; her value is Hbout £12500. he iarrived here in the earl...

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SUPREME COURT. TRIAL OF THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND BLACKS. (Condensed from the Melbourne papers) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 December 1841

- lr·SUPREhl nCO.UltT. ;TntIL OF T5IIE -VAN nIE3ttNN LARD JI .LACK~S. -(Catldenaei froln'ite Melbotgrne pnpr?) blohert Timmy, Jinmy Sm'alihoy, Jarl Napoleon VTarrtaparrora, L i h i..Rol; Truganini, Fanity WVaterl'ordtl;b, tIl 'lari~tn Metifdne Natopolino, were indicia, for the wilul, mu rder of: WVilliam Cool nnti a tntn smmed Yanl.key, at Weatster Port. on thio Gth Oclober. Mr Barry objec(ed to the jwrirdictiOr of the couI t, 5.5 -he uuderstood niiy' 'Bnay, where the murder wvas--shid to lv, Ihoen committcd? was. blryontl the bosS? duary of thea district ; hut his Ioqto~.ai~li f'rom his ernquiries hlo fourif' ieid it I" much within the boundary lit.. i Iarry then cha?lenoged the ,rray, it COnsequeuce of the shcriff not hat int returned a Jury ' de mediotat, . f:vr Croke deinied thie righlt of abori glues to challenge tho array. Ilis Honor said he would reserve tihet pointts for the decision of tho O,,verlno in Council, shouid the prisoners be con, victe d. ?rlr Barry, on behalf of ...

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