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WHALING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

S : -"otr the HubartTli'mtsV Courier.; It:nppears. that ,thp .Frelch."'whalers' have'darint> the last. Steason, beent m ort.e unftortunate iethan atny,,olgthers.;,; anttny, have suffererd severgly' frajn .scervy, after a cruize of oinly ten moiithlis, whih tircumstlano ;it.isa th m:, norl diif?cult],to actount, o,t, , as whaler.q, from that coutintry ar genernally better provided thIit iany other v'with antiidotes to that hIii'lu l"di i;ans iii tlhe? sini?p oif pr served meatq and cegetti Ies,' whilih 'ure ecrved oUt at!stllnted periods ; and -it .is r-ma rkable, that .those.- vessels;:, whose, hund, have ben,.unahtle. to.wor.k,.in tconise?itqenceH of illnress;" iive iallqp ii with many whales, ,whls, t "i?;ose hlio? iouild ha vebe e i'abl' tdlt'ili had tihey fliundi? uy, li? V'e tizid 'ii'ut i sp''rina, chanice.. W'.e ,undertanrd that'i at i. the intention of the .Freich?,Government '?tt,irely.,to do,awray withi; the;premium aIluowdto.owners of whalitgg.rcralts, as an enm?iurag?...

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MIDDLE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

, MIDDLE DISTRICT. M r. Mannin . about thlree months a0o, and when lie first prei~icnted higs acccuiUt for audit, iffered to iivi landyd s.,crurity for thei bLialance in ii iis hi'id, but thei Juaidgls conc'.ived tihnt th'py could lnot, under any circlum.tancp~, accept seca ri. ly. The, amount fouoid due upon lhe audit, was about £.L'9,400; and arran'ie. mont's having since 'bean intd?~'witli agonts; un'der piwers " ofnattoriley, of ,niglislih snext; of kin. to' the nmount of £2,480, the. sum 'whichl, nal?ne *ui now be r.egardedas a public debt, is about £7,000; and .for secn?ring thal imoutni arrangementls hnave for soimie ioihlO been in p'ogrPss, 'andu aro iow very' ueaily complete.-Sydney Herald, ' ICr ,EITE OiF CO0N1trSi.-rl our Int number we statcd'upon report that Mr. Parker had beennunppninted! clerk of councils,-in the room,of Mr.:Mn1acpherson. \We have since lrarnt that. Mr.:, lerewe ther ha, been |promoted to thatsitutition.: The cloice will, we are sure, give gei eral 'sa...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

* ESS l 1.S ESC CTED. 70021 LfNUfS. Andlrninaacie, 500 tons. New N master, Oectber. tlouuuurrir.%, 5":aelc. isuckle yuuuusuer. 2K Inuuuaucipuusuu Ar ?..tnt 31I Juuus, streasuu r. 7fi6', ¶S'nt, s~poken near the Cape !ears Gruulsusus, Sr.utuusuuhu r'20. Loud S uounr esz, I ·. iup, via Lou, rerictatl Ladly Marcusc. n et ; I0 h, budge masnter Lnuuaic, S slu·rr Lu 7,. muudy Keuiuut u. as chip, 750, svti~ uuuulgrnuuts, Jlune Z! Ater. ,,ret, yi, l~aourc".1~,uu L sail 10th Jul3 - Orient, 2nul A "q...t 1tlaiahimndr. b.t u nnlu l MitsuirotsatierC Oulobee Iticlunud Muuuu 1. barqueu, 2341, Luaugaidhe, July 13 iLtesourcr, 8:12 uly15 gSulta u, hat uquu, 4u:-, Itubiotson, hailed.Septmuoler1 l'aonauu StIc, tult, lyr. YurkS5th Augueuss ister1s, with euiusiuuat ts Atkulr:.iiat, to saul it (October. FROM~ PLYMIOUTI. AItreul;S2tli Srpleui tler Iiuuaiayau, 27th Selptemblcr, -- - ROM one. Martin 'Lather, 550 tun-, Swat, master, 50th Ocsusher Thetis, 700 tois, Gast, iatcr, Selptembca-11 .: ., * - roost 0a...

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PORT NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

PORT NATAL. (Promn the Granham's Town Jon,atl.) Having recently visited Natal, and made myself acquainted with its local, civil, and political circumstance., I em hrace the earliest opportunity of, for warding you the results of sonme of my observations. The distance from Natal to" Graham's Town, is by land 'some-' thing more' ihan 600 miles, fdr 17'days ride, 'averhging at Ilast 35 miles per diem, brought me to the Dutch camp on tlihe- Umlasi, eight miles from the port. ? . .. The interve'ning`:" country varies greatly in quality and feature, and may, on account ofo the distinctness of. its'ch'iracter, be divided into four parts, each rising in' beauty and fertility above. the other, as we proceed to the eist worad. 'The lines of deniarcation are the principal .rivers which intersect it at nearly (iqnal distances, each part being distingpishel e bhy its peculiar mineral add boianical productions. '" The parts adjacent, to Natal are superior to the rest;,. and exceed in capability a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

)IELI3OURN 'SII[Pr PING. "--L A It III VA I.S : Jan. 22-Dusty Millei, schooner, Saun alrs, froiiLaicesItopn. 23-Alplha, cutlcr, Betinett, from Laun. seston. 2d- Corsair,` steamer; Bell, from Lt? n teslnfl. 23--lChristina,:?brig, .,Birkenshaw, from A~dney. 20 - Robert 'BIenn, shliil; IRitcliie, from Creeznock, with: 5 G botuty immigrants. 27- fllr i and,, Eliizabet, schr., , essey, fr'om Portland. Bay, .. - CLEAItED OUT. Ja;i s-Mtagiuasha, brig; Taylor- 'for 20-Alexannder, hip, ipRamsay, for Syd asy.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

CEIINA. We have received news from Canton io the 2nd of October. After the taking of'Amoy, the fleet sailed thence for the Gulf of Leihele. It is expected that the armed steamers can be worked up the grand canal leading to.Peking, to within twelve miles of the capital. The force of troops, however, is so in edequate? to 'the conquest of the city, that we cannot look without. appre. hension to thle result. Tile celestial emperor will, at all events be at last awakened to a sense of danger ; but whether this may be productive of exertion and strenuous resistance on his majesty's part, or evaporate in bombast and the payment of dollars, as at Canton, it is impossible to conjecture. We are inclined to think that the war will be protraited. Keshen had not yet been tried, but a nomber of Councillors had been nominated to inquire into his delinquencies.-V.D.L. Chronicle. oThe -lohart Town Courier, denies the, truth of the report that the fleet had proceeded towards Pekin. and asserts that ...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

VESSELS IN 'GKI . 1ONG IIARUOUIL I)Ulll.rGOTIIE' W WEI(,I`"; ''- ' Ilary Nixon, barque' Lo'ilis rig A.phrtsih. stea mer Iloujabh hlidezi. so. Governor LC'lrobe, cutter.

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COLONIAL BENEFITS. IMPORTATION OF LIVE SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

COLONIAL DENEFITS.. , ItMPRTATION OW LIVE BALMON. Pron theo liba't Town Advertiser. in the eager desire to become sud denly rich, immediate and apparently tongible sources of gain are earnestly grasped, whilst prospective 'or less palpable channels escape tile eye, and are passed with iadifference. It would require no great ingenuity to demons. trate the force of this axiotm, but the purport of this paper' being to endea. voiir to confer practical adv antage,it would hbe fuitleas .to whist timo,anld space in theoretical. dogmas. _Presuming that the "various fruits,: flowers, plants, beasts, birds, &c , in troduced from Kuropei havertended to rnmbelhlsh or aggran die Tasini nia, any auggesttiot it 's hoped, calculated siill furither tO advance her. interestl, "will meet not only the consideration, but the support of her colonists. The aim now pointed is the introduction of LIVEl SAr.?ON into her lakes and rivers. To expatiate upon the wealth accruing from salmon fisheries,, w...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

AIRRIVALl. January 24-GovINItNoR LA TROnE, eltter, Guthrio master, from Melbourne, withl a cargo of limber, &c. tron Moelbotine. 27-BOUJAI{ .AIDEN, schooner, Rob. general cargo, E t,,._" ,E .s . . . _ 0o 29-AIH I nAsi ,steaminmr,Lawler master, from Melbourn . `DLP: 'rTURES. Jan. 241-APIIRASIA, stetamer, 'Lawler moster. foro Melboiotnein 27-GovEtitMoa LA TnitOE, cutter, Outlirie mtnstr, for Melbou ineo. 27-A PfRt As ,A',stearnei;L leri rmaster, for Melbourne: ' "" 2?-BOUJAri MslIiFN~i, s'eboonr: Rob.* iuson masler, for Melbourne.

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ENGLISH AND MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

ENGLISH AND MISCELLANEOUS... 'The Speaker. - Mr Leftrvre mainy be fairly regarded as a very rorttunate man.' Hte is now Speaker-or iife, 'or at least for so many yearsi asq Ie may: think proper to occupy-lle chair since t uo nsieePeiings whichi in ve preve nted the Conservatives from.opppsi'g~hiln upon tIhu prcsent occasion,. will pro. ,bably eemp Iiim froth all danger of disiurbance in his county, where it is ;pretty, well. understood tIhat the Duke ioof ellingoton niight.1invea Iurned himi out'.;.bt "the ;last election.' if- he .,hadl pleaised:, -"Six ihotushitil a-th'r; with the representation' of IJ hi pshire, and the rank of ihe firsc'. courizuuea ii the land, are not things that fall to the lot of many private gentlemen, without high connexions or talents of a very commanding order,--bit just as little do they fall to the lot of any man, unless there he great merit in the in dividual to justify the choice. Mlr Lefevre may not be a Fox or a Burke, but he is a man of peculiarly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO0 EXSCDflBD WItTB NTATNZSS AND DZSPATC3. LELOOURNE PRIICES. AT I lif YARRA STRRUT, GrrontrT WR. flLVER'S HOTIL Cards, Circulais, Dil1-heaa, 2cc, tl A SPERZOR STWLR. COVERNMENT FORMIS, &c. &c. JUST PUBLISHED, 0telotgt Birsnaitr Fol 1842. CONTENTS.--ferldian of Corio-A rtic!el of Il Calendar-Eras and Seaslnns-Eclipses- qnatio of lime-Counting House Calendar-Tide Table Calendar-Table to calculate Ltle number of day from one date to nontlher-Interest Tables-Wa- - Tables-TTable of Daily Expenses-To lind It weight of cattle-Squatting Rtegulations beyo, the lnimits of Iloation-Ditto-within the limits location-Country Towns Art-Court of Reqnesti. Pound-Post Office- Religious Estab!ishmaent, Edcntlional establishments-Medical Practitione --'olice Office Pees. Prico T"'o and Simxpnoe , On Salo. AT Thus STATIONEILY WAIEIIUOUIg. A ccount books - Ledgtrs Day books Cash books Letter books i elnorandtum books Copy books Writing Paper, all kind Ink, red and black ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

oerr' 1? elbourne lmanaco and Port bPillip Diroectory, rp"IlE Compiler o['the above publica. tion respectfully informs the public. that the volume fort.84-, is now in pro gIess,.and will be published as earlyas, possible.il the month of February, but as only a limited number will be pub. lished,'i it 6i necissary that persons de ;iroua.of obtaiting copies should°alfis their tnmes to the subscription I?3t forthwith. Persons newly arrivd, r whose nlamfes w(reO accidkntally nmitted I tit year, are requested to leave their ad dress-s3 with the publishers as early an possible in order to insure their inser tion. in the D)irectory ; and all persons who: have changed their residences during the year are requested to see. that the necessary Corrections in their respective addresses are duly made. .7OR SALl, IN SOUT!I G3ELONG, Situate inF a .street, near 'ir T'imms' residence. T RE above will be sold on the most nlvantagueous termQ. and bricks,% timber, or any. kimnd of produce will liet tut...

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STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

,SUELAMI. _A IGATIIONi ACOlir? j?.E. . We :are 'sorry lto perceive..by .the:Molelibotrnepnpxrsotli?ti tShe:Stenm Nnvigation Compan ,are nbout to curtail their opertions by laying up the:Corsair and selliug the store=ship at' Williani's 'IT ovn °Aoe fire& sorry to hear of this , as we clnsider that. eveni as a g`pecuniair yy spci ltion their best platl vuil lbe to continue the Cuorsair as at' present ind there' an. bc littleo doubt ofits ulzitc:te i-aUCCeBS5.U' Ye.consider that .the ;principrl cause of the failire of such Qpecu Int6~ii~jiecolonies hals bern thiei nioibitnuce of the fares demanded. ~I he passage to Launce ton thirty si thours; saiil, tifixed at £6 pwhich' is sidficieit" to deter· 1 one fifrim goibfinUniivods'tiiifelled by8unav hi able necessity. If thedtare was reduced one-third, we have no doubt the number of passengers wonld be doubled. I he same remark Sipjxlos, iistill ghreater fdrce to the Seaihorse, in -the S~~dney trades-t,~

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

VAN' DIIMEN'S LAND. 9T Pre fx rdiinel ddiqtressed to heqrr. It ;Prilus mirundsrsrtanfinng,' uis k pla·rr e twP4 Sir.JornFrsrklin . nptnans. rlnntneu ..anrid urster -n clj!rr'tnnrl~rlht wshkth. wi' Iarn, tR1 scy to hii' reCio(iled. 11 Godt. knows' woulid hieý the result of Ca;itiin n'ecl and Captain' F-' witlidraw thii r. ndvicie til rssistrance. io mn Lxcelierrv. .enrl weh~opp..for. the. gits o, the 0o muni i y';r! J;yagi, a those getnlPent'( will not, uuder. prnvrrntionf, btblandon pftheir respor-. g1l diiii D ?t'PA'."cir.* * I.h 'jitf ofic t *i"l t 'l1r left the har on Aunday the 26th J , pmbI-r; with a' full c ('rir for Port. ipJBay, and nrrivr ,here on Wednes. nsl. hnving coiriplteld. the yoyage ¶le sliori spnce ot teni days. She was i?hicl?t?-vfour hur's on the passagh' Hd .ro. S.r or F Toc.-- At'a cattle sale at Jolkc :Pninsnnsn f TIhursdny:lasti,-bhy -I, W. Bell. n gr~at reduction was i' in lie sele.of he :stock submitted Sir hammTer two itooti owes rtaliscd "I *-s Od. in lot...

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SUNDAY SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

S•UtDAY "cno3 =" +'Friom thBe HobartlTo; n Alveitiser. + ": The prosress or Sunidn schools and tlhf grcat *b i.efits ilei'vtl froin them ?dulring' the.la.t btlf: century is really' surprishiil. Theltime is within ourtown recollentlioni . w,hen .public - opinion . ran" high apaipist thpse stlablishmenls, whlich w.re rpthpi v.ywel'd as :an tittermpt to pro I.pgit" sci'rtariai doctrril's to thie injury of'tho 'i5sttlil!l.h(d' Churcli nnorn anl 'educatred ns we hiave'been'in the bosoii of tioat church, it'is rnot unnaturial'to' siuppose thie. lias of our mind is stronnly in favour; of the, Episcopalian;Estalhlish-. ments. The inherptit beauty, and:;sulb limity o0 her ordinniices-"the elogi ent. 00(1 irnp~isio ied'liiS! n nine oi heri liturgi,· arecslutae'dto sYtrikie h~ome to tlw mind~.oE an~yon , an~pd wheti tto~(i t _is sepcrii~ iicmemory ~or., erly, days assci'ciat~d 'ivithi ther Itorcit the irrSt~ ,krit imritn :·r1 roiao th ru I ivy cladf temnplee o:nwich'c1in ch~lildhi~oo wfe, Iook...

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ABORIGINES OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

ABp0urTGNES F ov Nw EWZEiArlANJD,-OU r a?fnilntion has been di rected to ariinstance of the 'r,;og~rik'of civiliztiti imong the nhoriginal: pnpulation.s A native.~ nani d iateo.flpe, osited in tho Aucklani Bnrik, a "fe~ tlays ngo, the sum of sixteen prunds. 'rle natives genhrally are ini?'rovin'rg,::l?ut.'ome. indlivirlu il: cases are ,rpmarklhble.,r The coloiz.irion:ot this part of the island hby government, tha. ,hitherto operated most beneficially upon .'their condition. Fritm securily n.! d.peuce th?ry l.ji?y alhuncitnce ; froll tlie Ilemanls, by t lie- colonists, for their pr.dutcc and labour, tihey have the msens of procuriilg nc?s' si?ltie aund luxuries an'd, "s in the algbo'e instatice, tilhe more advancerld$nid inidustiiou9 'mitay acquire considerable sums of. money: Some Kin"lihf readers will be rather surprisicd to, hear of; New:Zeajlanders placing their eart:ings jn our, banks.-New, Zealand Caz tie.. , , CAPE OF GOOnD ?HOPE'-pWe bnre rccei ved'f om nCaptit'n Uairclay, of...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

. . .AMERICA. . , In the Atlantic ce, however, every exciting i'mttle is forgotten. fr the mo nivtit owing ti the a'iw ful tragery t hat hasI ju'st been' impartled tos f.lrom the SI.akr Awful, indeed! :1. The tragedy is l;riefly told. On : AMnnladgay ni-t the. steamer,Erie,. with, o03, passengers on board took fire in Luke, 'ie, near 1ut fril, whieni 175 persons fell victims to to" devoiiring elemeits of fire arid water!" :Oiily twenty ?ven esurivived to telli: the dreadfull: story. A's 'all the papers are filled-:with accounts of the frightful, catastrophe,, I "shiall dwell no, Inrin;r, on it, except to :addrl :that ihutn dreil of families -?ll be plItngýd in sorrow. Many of-the phassengers were f lo1 'the large citie, 'absent'on a tour olP pl'asuore., iurely,?%se aind lake goii.ng ?team.ships .should be. provided; withl fire engines and life boats. AOn one: oacasion,, one of the Atlllntic steamers fromC'Eiigldnil took"fire;but 'appo?terful stream- oa: watei. being- turned upon the...

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No. II. AI[?]—THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

No. I. AtU--1'lE LIGHT OP Or'IEtin DAYB. The caIth of othqr days is vanishllled. SAnd all our pleasures patt Bad-luck andl horrid times hIare banialhd T'lhe gold too bright to last. Tis true ouririll books still are crouwdl - With promises to pay, Hut the till alone is never loaded With the c.ash of yesterday. Tile duns eterntal, comeh'llther And make mny cash take wing. And nothinl can me now deliver FIrom their confounded dill. I'm pistinc' nLow downhill to ruln, I- fifty different ways, For the purse alone knows no renewlng. Tie cash of other days. Corid. ,If 11 .

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MUNICIPAL RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

MUNICIPAL RIIG ITS. Lord Johli Russell, before retiring from.office,.has, in a most unreserved' and decided manner, recorded. his 'opinion in favoriof the extension of municipal privileges, on a hiberal scale. to the varioas towns, throughout the coloni's., Besides the rdeparnchto Sir. George Gipps, which we quoted in a late number,. we find the following expressions in a despatch to Captaiish Hobson : "Another importsait r?,P for yon?r guidance is, topromote;.nas fr as posible the establishments of mn'niciplet ando district governmenis for tio conduct of all local nffiirs' such as drrainages, by. roads, police, the *Ptcitnc .nnd repair of local prisons, court-lhoose, and the like. Independant of the excenllent uses of siuh instituiions regarded in a political light, there are none more consonant with the English chir'acter and habits and none better calculated to secure an efficient and fruga.l expenditure of public moeriy,. It is of the utmost importance to withl. draw from the Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 31 January 1842

Eo: London, to load at Geolong - TH E first-class BAIt QUE . G. HIL., commander. will meet with .uik despatch. For Freight or Pas P?o, her accommndations heing of a uperior order, apply to the commander i board, or to STIRACIIAN & CO. For London. To load at William's Town and Point hIenry.) THE fine ,British.built Barque 1, 348 tonS, PATTEIt1SON commander, kill meet with quick despatch,.having tie renater part of her cargo engaged icr.accommodations for passengers are uperior. Apply to :; CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY, or to . CRAIG & 3BROADFOOT. '.? 4 ror London- at Geolong. TIHE first clans fast-·.ailing Britihli built brig ~0O tons, Captnin SArTEt commander. This %Psrel has nearly the whole of her wool engaged, nod will meet with dis ~atch. For Freight or passage, having. excellent accommodations, apply to JAMES CAIN, or WERE BROTHERS & CO. WOO. .. [Il i undersigned will advance on. Wool. The advances will be made in CAst, on delivery.. A. THOMSON. WO L. ?. S...

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