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MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST LECTURES. No. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 March 1846
MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST LECTURES. No..I. WELL, you really looked beautiful Mrs Candle, last evening, with your pearl earings and your white satin. Let me send you some chocolate, dear. You prefer tea? Well,.I shall take some. Why did you make me trot about Miss V'Wallflower, at the ball ? I was quite bored with her because you thought she would amuse me. No such thing-you were en gaged pocketting. the sheeps' eye's thrown at you by that Polish Count, Cask-O'Whiskey-you never thougl t of him, you were too fatigued by t'ne races. I watched him, :I -saw h im looking Encycloped.ia's at you ,and you (like a loadstone as you ar' o to me) are ever leaning towards- the Pole.' I inclined to be facetior is I no, IThalre come to the determir lation of leaving &lt;town altogether. Ji shall advertise ghis -house, in the Me andayts paper. In 'the mean time y.ou:pack Tip your trapsy and we shall retire to Jfy 'box in the bush, near my friend sl.j or Tempest-you will .'not live in a bc ?xs, ...
Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 March 1846
,hipping SUntell:gents, blELnOURNE. ARRIVED. Malarceli 6-Lonwestof:, si-honner, from Kiapara, New Zealand., Cargo- 5000 feet Cowrie pine haulf ton Co. rie gum, Order ; 30,000 feetCCowri pine, G. S. Brondie. Ilarch 6-Mary Ann, ketch, 27 tons, from .ydney. Cargo-20,000 feet eednr. March 0-Mary, barque,343 tons, from Ginas aw, 9tlrh Nov., James Lewis, master. Cargo 800 boxes, 5 bales, 8 boxes, 8 baler, 2 hales. I parcel, Dunlop and Co.; 44 hAds. porter, 24 ditto ale,,237. barrels, 7.6 -kegs nails, 4 boxesasilks,4 hales three-bushel bags, 15 packages drugs, 3 hales canvas?, bhale twine, 86 rtons salt, Pullar, -Porter sndiCo.; 2 bores, IR. P. Cunningham; 2 boxes, Villian Stnrkie; 40 half barrels oatmetl, Bell and Banl hanan ; I box, James Fulton ; :2 cafes,_ William B. Hlnamiltnn ; I box, Guthbert 'id Gardiner; I box, .. and VW. Collyer; I box, Wrightl and, Montgomery; 30h grindstonaes. 29 bales, 7hboxes, S70 bars iron, 70 axles blocks, I burdle wire, I bale, It. Isanglands and Co.; 30 f...
SYDNEY MARKETS.—FEB. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 March 1846
SYD \EY MARKETS..-Fica. 27.' ?VliETr.-Twenty-nine loads havselIuid dues, and were generally of an average quality. -The prices siven have ranged from 3s.,IOd. to 4s. 6d. per bushel. ,Nearly the whole wheat".recelved during the woeek has beei bionglit'" p by the Millers or their agents, wIo hitie-'iven fror 3s dd to 4s, 6d per husnhel.. The average mill price hais been aboutA4s :3d per hbushel. .Lareaquan tities at'wheitt are daily expected from the, lion ter'. William, and Paterson Rivers, the thrashing maoehines having been busily engaged some weeks in the??e dstricts. In addition to the above, t new settlement this year will grow a considerable iquantity of graiin 'under the fostering rare of 1d1 hame's Atkinsiun n a numnber oif small settleri have beert established at Port Fairy, who have been very successful in obtaining a good crop n swheat. l r A. expects thlat above 50,001 bushels will be exported this year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 March 1846
THEATRE, CORZO. "OR the lBENEFIT of MR. MlRET'ION. F. _ Half Price for this Night only /!!/ OnTHURSD)AY, Mtatch 12, hill be: produced the Drama of VAil.ENTINE AND ORSON:; or. The Wild MJan of the Wood--tbhe Farce of THE -MOCK DCTOR ; or, The Dumb Lady Cured-the new allet of Action, called rTHE RED INDIANS, in which 'Mr. Mereton's Dog, ' Pointer," will appear; :with a vriety of Enter llomenta. WEDNESDAY, ARCH , 1terti846. ?"WEDNESD)AY, 1MARCH-] II, 1846. ;
CORN MARKET. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters Advacate, London, October 31, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 11 March 1846
CORN MARKET. To the Editor of the. Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' iidvacafc, London, October 31,'1845. ' Snt--In consequence of a very gre t failure in the potato crops of the United Kingdom, HollandI' .Belgium, parts of France, and parts of Germany, we have had advancing markets sinee:our last till within hu te past .14 days of fine weather, i-hich has enabled the damage! northeria harvest to be housed in better` condition than ntherwise. The above cause has forced up prices to our quotations. increased the value of ric?e?'and occasionrd a demand of while, hlue, and grey peas, for the ron'inent of Europe, whence heretofore we have been supplied. New South,?Vales, Adeaide, anil Lauiincesion wheat of fine quality, if here, would realize 70s to 74s perhaps 763 per quarter, ?with?a prospeci'of highi averages through the year, as the Con tinental crops are ginerailly slhrt.. A Cabiniet Counciil'assembled- to-day, and anl order is expected out. to take t hi duties off grain, if so, it...
Select Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
eclct 3octtPe. (It is by particular request that we give inser tion to the following well-known poetical extract. Tuesday next is St. Patrick's Day, and our cur resvpnderit is so impressed with the depth of feelig" displayed by the lamented nuthor, that ie wishes his countrymen to be afforded an oppor tunity of refreshlin, their memories, and einjoying the melancholy pleasure of sympathising with his fellow " Exiles of Irin''].
MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST LECTURES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST LECTURES. No, II. As usual I have waited breakfast.for you, Mrs Canudle, for nearly an hour; and every thing is so cold that I can not eat.-You- were writing? To whom were you writing at so early an hour ?-You will not tell. Well, it does not matter, every thing tends to confirm my determination of leaving town, and then you must sober your self down to the bush lifo.-You never will? WVell, for your infor mation, Mrs Caudle, 1 saw Major Tempest yesterday, and he, told me that the preparations at. "WVattle Bank" are completed ; so we shall leave next week nolcns volens, and you must bid adieu to your soirees and dejeunes- your Cavaliers and your Counts-and learn to become a do mestic wife.-You dislike the name? I am not astonished at it, after re ceiving the high-flown lines I saw upon your desk last evening.-- It was ungentlemanlike in me to open your scrutoire. No, Madam, you were so hurried, after dressing for dinner, that you left the soft produc tion where...
Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
MI IIUOURl.N. AlIIIVKD. Mlarhli 12.-Flvint Fiehi, ?ebooner, 150 tons, Clinlch,inHater, for HiolHr I'own. CI. . ED OUT. Marcli 12.-Lucv. cutter, Miller, master, for Port Alber'. Pnssene2rs-MIr and Mrs Mac Itenzli and three children. The barque Marminn left Malnilla for lobart Town and Sydney on the 27th December. The hrig Girnffe would leave Manilla for China about the middle of January. eATURDAY, MAl I 4,184Gr. SATURDAY, MlARCHI 14, 1848.
THE FOURTH DAY OF THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
TI-E FOURlTHI DAY OF THE R1ACc S. Wednesday last was thle day appointed for the match between Quicksilver and Petrel, the Hunter's Ilandlicap Sweep. stakes, and the Ladies' Offering. Quicksilver not imaking his appear ance, Petrel walked over the course. A treaty for the purchase of the favorite, for £200, by Messrs T. Barradaile and IH. N. Simpson has been talked of, but the purchase has not yet been completed. No less than eight horses started for the Ladies' Offering. This was alto gether a private race, those only being privileged to start, who had the good fortune of being presented with cards hy the ladies who subscribed the Offering, the value or description of which was, we may remark, a profound secret until the race was run ; one satirical lady, it has been whispered, presented no less than a real dulhdeen, or short black pipe. Be that as is may, the race was a first rate one, the whiole eigi.t being well up in the rails at the finish. MIr Buchanan, on Mr Dewing's " Blazes...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
By the Sydney Overland Mail; we have intelligence from Sydney to the Ath March, from I-lnngkong the lst December, from Manilla the 30th December, from Auckland theo 8th February. from Adelaide ihe 25th Febrnury, from Portland, the 0lth March, from Hobart Town, the 3rd March. From Sydney we learn that the dissolution of tlie Legislative Council is considered certain. Mr Went worth, at a dinergiven by the Inde pendent Order of Oddfel ows, in Sydney, in returning thanks on be half of the Legislative Uouncil, oh served-".He was rejoiced to feel that lie was in a society utterly unpolitical, where he was not called upon to give an account of his stewardship to that body; and even if lie were, ihe should be lihe more disinclined to do so, as he believed the time was not very remote when they would be called upon to render such account to their consti tuents." His Excellency the Gover nor hIs issued a proclamation, draw ing the attention of " the several Re turning Officers, lienches of Ma...
IMPOUNDING FROM CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
IMPOUNDING FROM CROWN LANDS. [? our last Saturday's number we pub lished a correspondent's letter, contain ing the query :-" Is it legal to impound cattle and horses found trespassing on Crown Lands occupied under a license from the Government?" After an at tentive consideration of the subject, and reference to the various Acts bearing upon the question, we have no hesita tion in replying that licensed occupiers of Crown Lands have NO' the p)ower to inmpound stock trespassing on their runs. Toe Impounding Act is altogether silent on the subject of any distinction as to the tenure of lands (rom which stock may be impounded; and if the whole law of the matter were contained in that Act, ll: occupiers of land would enjoy equal privileges; but the Border Police Act declares that the provisions of the I:npounding Act shall be extended to Crown Lands beyond the limits of loca tin,,, only'in so far as specified by the raid Border Police Actl i;ind althoutgh the linitations are by no means ...
SUPREME COURT.—(CROWN SIDE.) TUESDAY, 10TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
SUP REM1E COURT.-(CaowN* SD?.) S1UESDAY, 10TH MARCI. 1 - Charles Barnes was indicted for steal ing from the dwelling of Jaznes Robinson., at Pentridge, 80 pounds of tobacco, and certain sums of money. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. James Robinson.-I reside at Pent ridge, where I keep a shop; three ment came to my place and knocked at the' door ; their faces were covered 'with? cloth; they then entered the parlour, and. two of them presesited pistols at my head ;'' the third loieka acandle off the table, and proceeded to the shop ; I was behind the' door at .the time ; one of them lit another candle in the p irlour ; the third matil came back; ,1 was thrown dlown by this time, and two of them pulled me up and searched my pockets; the prisoner held me while the other searched me;; a pistol was pointed at me all the time; they found nothing In the search,:and they proceeded to search my wife, tlie ;prisoner retaained by me.; I know the prisoner, as the nmask slipped past his, lips ; ...
LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
LAND SALE. A government sale of Geelong Town and Suburban Allotments was held on Wednesday last, when prices were oh ta.ned altogether unprecedented in the history of provincial townships. One of the town allotmeals ,No. I) was knocked down at a price equal to £'881 per acre; whioe the suburban lands fetched as hih as £21 per acre. The quantity of shburban land sold was 244 acres, wvhich i.rodu ed £2473, being an ave rage of upwards of "£Il per acre. On the same day were sold 359 acres of Mlelbnurne Suburbans, which realised .£1285, or about £3 12s per acre. We have been informed that anything but harmony prevailed at the, auction, and that certain' parties actually went so Iar as to assert that a conspiracy was formed to raise the price of the land. Nut knowing what giounds exist for such a -charge, we can ulofr no opinio r on the matter; except that it appears to us abi;ost iaczedible -that business nien should run the risk of run ning up an article beyond its value. If such a: co...
THE TEETOTALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
TIL.E rEETOTALLERSb. Although not prepared to go the whole length with the T'eetulallers, we nev`er theless have a favourable opinion of tlhe tendency of their movements ,'tid there fore do 'ot feel inclined' to 'iisit with severe reb'uke any well-ncanilt inliscre tions:or absurdities of which, they nitay be guilthy. A correspondent, whose letler we give below, is not, howevner, inclined to:bd so indulgent ; arid; therefore, al= ihongh.we give !his letter irisertion, we do( so, ii i sontmedegre'e, under irotest. Thei ferocity willi w.hich h lie accuses th at body. of,. g luttony;' is .:partidcldarly? amrni sing; ;lint for our own part, .ve should' rather be', inclined to" congrat?ilaieillisan to condermn; the Mel boiriie: 'eetotillers on the excellence of their appetites
IMPORTANT FROM THE BAY OF ISLANDS, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
IMPORTANT FROM THE BAY OF ISLANDS, (From the New Zealander, February 14) 11.. AM. S. Racehorse arrived from .the Bay of Islahds on Thursday morning. All re mained ;quiet -there. There lhad beeu a meeting' of the natives, soon after the action at Ruapekapeka, at Pom'aie's-Pat h, up the Kawakawa, to discuss the peace; at which were present Kawiti, Ileki, and' all the chiefs either related to thetm, or who liad been' engaged in ,the war, and the numnber: of men assembled was above one thousand.; The chiefs .assembled in Pomnare's house. " After they had seated themselves, Heki asked for what purpose they hatd met, and who was going to speak ? One of the chiefs replied, that Pomaro had suminoned them together, therefore it was his duty to commence the discussion. Pomfare shid no; he should not. Kawiti then rose, 'and spoke nearly as follows:. "Peace! peace! This is all I have to say. If the Governor is willing to give me a piece of land well and good; but my mind is determined for peace...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
* To Builders. Fr EN DES ate required for the erection ol a Irick Store,' and a Brick or Stone Cot tage. Tlh-Tenders to lie sent in on' or before , Wrdnesday, the' 2btl instant. Plans and tspecifications may be seen at the offle of E' Willis, Esq., South ueelong. lorreb 12, 184 . Camden Wine. rlHE undersignedl has received a few cases el th0t above celebrated'Wines, of tlhe vintage of 1840-41 and 4'. I he vintage of 1841 gained the Gold " Isis" Medal in' Londoli, and the 1342 vinta?isi. considered superiur.. ALSO, A small qutantity of' UImpbell Towvn" Whiakcy ex " Mlry." ALFRED WOOLLEY. Notice. i R. EDW IN MILLERI , Lformerly Law SStudent in the: Oflice of the influential Firm of Cole and King, now Cole' and Stokes, Solicitors, Ryde and Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, and Godalming, Snrrey, thereafter ot 8, Puls crave-place, Temple Bar, London, and now practising as a Conveyancer, at the Commercial Chamtbers, Melbourne, takes this opportnnity of infornting his kindl friends, clients, a...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
ENGLISHI EXTRACTS. TILE STATUES FOR THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLInTIesT.-lThe Comrmiissioners on tile fine arts have been groping aboot the new Houses of Parliaiieont to find places to put statues in. Unfortfilatelil, the niches are too little to adomit great men, a!.d twenty-four inches is: the ex tremie width of a comfortable niche, so that the Comnmissioners have been obliged to go through the " H Istory-of Enflatid" with a two loot rule in ordelr to find characters that can be brought within lhe prescribed limits. The discontented Barons are all to be cut down, and even the Sovereigns are obliged to submit to a general clipping. Considering the lengths to which the Barons went with King John, we hardily see how it will he plosible to keep i~etin sudficiently`intder. to admit of their getting into the Gothij nitches. The samenesssof their attitude is said to fit them for their narrow places; and it is true they were sturdy fellows, who, having once taken up a position, were determined ...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
POLICE COURT. Mr P. Mason was fined 20s. and costs, for neglecting to light his lamp on Saturday evening last. The dul- cet sounds of the Teetotalers' Band had so completely entranced the senses of the boy who generally acts as lamplighter, that he totally forgot his duty. Mark Hutchins was arraigned for using insulting language to Constable Dargan and pushing him on the street, but the defendant having two -wit- nesses who contradicted the consta- ble's evidence in toto, the case was dismissed. James Filen, charged with assault- ing District Constable Carman, and who had been remanded till the latter was able to give his evidence, was again brought up. Carman deposed that on Wednesday, he was called from the grand stand to Pries's booth, where he found the prisoner ex- tremely outragous; succeeded in paci- fying him, and with assistance laid him in the corner of a back apartment, and was leaving the room, when Fi- len got up suddenly, rushed towards Carman with the fury of a madman...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
VAN DIEaMEN'S LAND. GREAT .SALE: Or: LAND.-I'1ho estates of the late W. M. Orr, Esq., were. put up .to public competition, by the Sherlifl, at the Court Ihoue i in Hob[art ''own, yesterday forenoon. 'There was a very numerous sprinkling of capitalists present, and the lots. rcalised very fliir prices, exceeding considerably tli calculations which had .b?en previously made. We subjoin ann epitome of the sale, with the amount re alised for the various lots. LoT 1.--Containing 2589 acres, adjoining the township of Hamilton, at Brisbane Grant for 2,257 of this knocked dotwn to Mr B.O. Wilson, for Mr W. J. '., Clarke, for £2 000. LOT 2.-3,307 acres at Macquarie Plains, with an extensive frontage on the River 1)erwent, sold to Mr W. J. T. Clirke, lbor £3000.. This lot contains an- excellent house, and homestead. Lot 3.-Comprising 1,750 acres, with an xternded frontage on the River Derweent. aid: adjoining lhit 2. knocked down to Mr Neilson;,for Mr'Downie, for £1,800. LOT 4.- Contaiuing 2,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 14 March 1846
CII EAPSIDE 10HOUSE. THOIMAS TOWLE ETURNS his sincere acknowledgments to his friends and the public for the liberal support he has hitherto received ; and begs to notify that, encouraged by past favors, and with a view to the extension of his business, he has consider. ably increased his stock of Goods, which will be found to embrace everything equisite for Town and country. T. TOWLE Has just received, and has now open for inspection, ran extensive assortment of Just Landed, ex REWARD, and consisting of MUSLIN AND SWISS CAMBRIC DRESSES, BORDERED AND RICH CACHIMERE SU I M V? R SHA WL.S. ROCKPUN BORDERED AND LLAMA TURNOVERS. Boxes of. Rich Figured Light Bonnet Ribbons. Sarsnet and Gauze RTibons. Figured Jeans and Twills, Swiss Combrics, and permanent Twills, for CIHILDREN'S DIESSES. Sewed Collars, Muslins, Insertions, Edgings-extremely low. Ladles and Children's Boots and Shoes, together with a large assortment of Children's Hobart.Town-mude Boots and Shoe., in all sizes. Gents' Bruss...