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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 February 1842
SHiP: NE WS. ARRItlVALS. January 31-Nit?IO, barque, 338 tons, 11111 master, from Melbourne, to load with wool. Feb. 2---APItAsIA,. steamer, Lawler umaistei, fro h'ilel bbiirme. 4--1liRY,tciitter, Holmes mnaster, from lelbourne,_ wittL a cargo. of bark For the .-- BOUJAH, MANA DrN, :schooner, ,ob.. insotn rnaster' from, Melbourne, :with a general cargo. 5-A 'iIRAStA,steamer, Lawler. master, from l elbpourne. 6--A BaON.A,! schr.: Blackb rne master, from lobart Town.. ? : . 6--AN!oR, revenue cutter, from Mel bourne, ,with goirninent immigrants. a- GOVERNOR:' LA TROBE, cutter, CGutlm|ie rmaster, fro' i:Melbournii with' a general cargo. -' DEPARTURES. Jai. 31l-APIHRASI ; *steamer, Lawler maSter, for.Melbpllone:.i ., . Feb. 3- APHRASIA, steamer,,Lawler nizster,r for Ilelbniorne."' 6-1 Av Y, cutter, Holmes master, for M1elboutrne.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 February 1842
Por Loncoa-- at Geolong. STIE first class fast.sailing British built brig LORINA. 22() tons, Captain SALTER 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. ror London, to load at Geclong THE first-class BARQUE Zg NEREO, C. G. HILL, commander, will meet with ,quick despatch. For Freight or Pas .sage, her accommodations being of a superior order, apply to the commander ont board, or to STRACHAN & CO. For London. (To load at William's Town and Point Henry.) 1 THE fine British.built Barque A 1, 328 tons, PATTERSON commander, will meet with quick despatch, having the greater part of her cargo engaged; her accommodations for passengers are superior. Apply to CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY, or to CRAIG & BROADFOOT. W OO L. STRACHAN & CO. will+ Purchase or Advance on WOOLS of this Sea. son's clip. Geelong, November 1....
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 February 1842
, ,:ME;LBOURNE SHIIPPIG.d.. : AR IIIVAs. L January 30-A kwrighit, ship. Damribrill, from; Liverpool, .20th. October, .withh mer-; chandise, and 40 passengers.:~i . :31 - Sea'l-odrse,: steamer,' Tallans, from S dneay. 1 --Mary -iay, baiqle, Volum,: from Launceston. .Feb. 2-William Wise, brig, Harwood, from Sydney. 5 Lilliais,;'schooner,Smith, from Hobart 'I OWl. ' ... o *CL.EAtEDi 'OUT.. 'January 2-9-Eaglc,, schooner, Kinhd, for Circular Head. 29 - Corsair, steamer, Bell, for Laun ceston. Feb. 2- Enmore, bur'que. Ellis, for Lon don, wilh 1150 bales :wool, and 2150 bul lock liornis, I 2-Christina, brig, Birkenshliw, for S3dluey. 3 - Ward: Chipman, ship, "Billon, for Bombay. -;S:Sea-Horse, iteamreir, Tallan, for Syd uey.c' -.
VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 February 1842
VESSELS EXPECTED.; FROK LONIno. tmlAndrnche, 500 tons. New master, October. agle. uckley mnster. -"' - -. ESmncilpfation, August 31 ElInchanltrtess, to sail Jiune 5 Juno, stealrtr' 700, Spears, spoken near the "Cape'. Jean Gaullnan, Selptemlber20. Lordl Sunslarez, barque, vin Lautncestln". Lady lMargatl t, 380 tons, Budge master Lousi, SepStemsberr.0 [Lady Kennaway, nAlip, 750, withi emigrants, June 8 ]/Margaret, via Launceston, to sail 10lth Jnul3 Main .spoken wiitli atsea Orient, 2nd Augulst Pathilsnder. 580 tons, Mitcalfl aster. October Richlard lount,. barque, 250, Longrige, July 13 ResourCe.'atW July)' " " ,:. ., Sutsllt, barque, 4uO, Robinson, sailed Septsenber II Susai, ills July Tl'lliilas Yatlcs, tBill July .. : . ':' York, 5th .August S rtFn LVrOO L ... Sisters, with emigrants Arkwr~iht, to sail, lit:Octnoler.:; : ;.: FRO ?i.tLYtHoaiTi. Alfrecdi, 27th1iSeptenber. Hinlialyai'7tliSeiteniber'" PROM CORlK. " : Martin Luther. 550 tolis,Swai i master, 10th October Theis?ti700 ti...
SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
SWANJ RIV5R. The reduction of prices in stock is o'casioned principally by our rapidly increasing flocks and herds, which nur.m bpr-is at the present time-sheep,. about 44,000; horned cattle, 3 000. Our markets- may,.. therefore, be said to b ariiply supplied until the period shall arrive when further: emigrants :visit us, with labor and capital to employ the increasing productions of the farmer and flbckholder.: -The: consumption: of 'fresh meat has hitherto furnished the flockholder a fine :market;: but fresh mo~t must of necessity come dn&iwi in p.ice, . which: ivil ieventually, .li'; to greater consuumption, and ,cosequently notp roduce the evil generally antici piaterd from loiw prices. The export ot *vohl alonei, th produce tif an ordinary flock,-will .yield a? good 'income ; an'l' we 'are wiell informier' that the sile of the wethers, with the supply afforded for lte farm, .will cover. all expenses. Therelore,' whilst on the oise hind the public are benrfitted .by the...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
VAN DIEMEN'S LANI. ?Sir; John Franklin has suddenly suspended from his oflice, the Colo nial 'Secretary. Mr Mlontagn. The' reason assigned for this act is stated to' be, that the tenor of Mr.- Mlontagu'a con.duct, and the tone of his correspon; dence, lihas been for some time past, disrespectful, di;scourteous, anud insult.: ing to his Excellenc. I 'hose grave charges are denied by:,Mr. Montagi, ho- personally appeals to my lIord Stanley. The politicians in town were completely on the qui vive when" this change was announced on 'Tuesday last. One party were for approving the:nct anrd addressing the Lieutenant Gover, nor !thereon.; and i Mi; ontagut's friends talked of getting:u'p somu de monstration in his favour,,but'nonmove ment has been msde by either side; H obart 'I'own Advertiser.
IMPORTANT ANNUNCIATION RELATIVE TO THE SALE OF LANDS IN THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
IMPORTANT ANNUNCIA 'lION RELAT'lVE TO TIlE AUS TRALIAN COLOQNTES. The Land. and Emigration Comr missioners;have determined in n-ao cordaince ~iti the Select Committee of the Houise of Commons 'that the: system of elling lands in the hAus Iralian Colonies at a fixed price shall no longer conlinue.; buit at the; same time that deposits shall sill. be received ?of one ?,hundred pounds, and lihaton accoiffit of sauchi de?.glit s credit shall be given for-the seq isi:; tiona'f lan'd .:imihe colonies.. Tbis is a very important arrangement ` which demands the attention of all capitllist emigrants, and of all. indi ziduals intendinig to purchase' land in the colonies.
ABOLITION OF THE UNIFORM PRICE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
-i·,· .. ' i, ..U . ··. , ' i O iiTt: the fottowing .mportant =Iltitlllg4.ncf 'from the "Australasiann Ie-i 1cord of ihtq 4th, Seppemiu r , ,e; have, .riot! I s·n 'it copiet into s' p cb.lamns of; *jan~yº:of,.oouor contrcmporarie's a'a1S$oue hj riti'. -ire' ippbesseassdii Offiles! of a roich! * )A1.ar .slate;than' a hajey ocvf *'':ier-e., cainot' he. a question *as to`.:ttie aeuheoti hia of tlbhejilgeucce flruocg'I wesra Mtill n ,ignorance;with regard to the-system which is to -hbrnhextbraght into operation. We will therefore spare our congratulations until we know more about the matter.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
NEW ZEALAND., V'hn oirinclral to.ipic of discussion in the New Zealand papers, is, the respec tive clainms of the various set'lements'to be the seatof government. • Kororarikla. opposite the anchornge at the'. Bay o+ Islands, in the nrrthbern part- of. the northern island, was the only place w here, ithe'lnucfeusiof :a =towriship had beenf alirly : fonmed,. previous,, to the commenrment ofa regular, system, of immigration. The New Zealand Corn pIny' then established a settlement at Pbrt Nichiolsoi, on the nortliern shorei of Cook's'Strait;:vwhich divides the'two ,principal islands. On the arrival of Governor Hobson, he seemed to have preileterimiiled upon 'e'stablishini: his' government at some, hitherto neglected or unexplored loralily ; ihe first"fixed upon an inaccessible part on the 'shores of the 'BA3 of lslnds,:'and called the township, Russpll ;.,subFequently he was induced by the favorable rlepresentations maide to him of the stiperior'.advantages olTered'.by the banks, of t...
VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
V0 SE LS FXPECT rn. COOX LOStt.% .. A odrnooctte, 4GB toos.. Neww taniter, October I. l.oroalrI 1)ooal'rleO . - EagtetfdD; tneell-y, Otober' 10 E,,ncrnntr."ý", 93t, Cbeyne - llnry.. 4)9._ Wilnosley,.ia Launceston, (urt tea tiete, a,.jtrrl .iiOn. .treotor .00 Bpe'ro, at the Cnrp, diablted Je.an ('ol~ent. f€2 Thornton, September20.. Ilti d S.,ttnoitce barque via lhattttcesittit t.tdv Moarcn, t, 332 tttit, llttdlt master Willi-t'. 230, StuIck, Septetnl~erb , .. &lt; t;,,4, Kennntvnwl, otlip 750, willt emtornnttt, Junec a 014tr~tre.t..,sl~t t.oottcesttto, to alti t10th uy -t,' )Satn,, suoketm with at sea Orient,'2ml A~gnt -" - - Vnttltkhtier. SW0) tOns, lidtn inaster, October 2 ltttch'rd Mto)nt. hntqtt.'.50, 2,Lotgridgc, ia Ltti,2to: It.' Wt'bl., 4413, M'1.ncbtlata . Otoriorce. Silt July - 8tzltpo.l Itaqte, 400, Ttobnsott, mailed from the Cape Ttotoa Y lyate;, 0th July Yrt,'b uu, t_ .Augntt - ' -v,. tON t.tyrcroor - Sister ,wittt emihgrantO . Alfred, Zt1lt epteotber . Pttoalaya,...
WANT OF CAPITAL IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
WANT OF CAPITAL IN NEW ZEALAND, Ton give full ffrect'.to the productive industry of New Zealand, however, loans for a long period would he required. The wheat grower, the flock-owner, the preparer of flux, in short, all those engaged in the various kinds of enter prise which will immediately spring up in Nea" Zealand, will require loans for a long period-for one, three, or five years - for.: years, where indeed,' the merchant requires them only for months. Hence, instead of a 3Banking Company, of which they' have- already two or three, they will require a Loan Company on an :ample scale, prepared to grant loans on the security of lands and stock, The suggestion' is thrown out 'in an article in the New Zealand Ganette, and we believe a better could not be made; Those. persons who have .pur. chased lands in the: first and second colonies, or' who. may intend :to. pur chase, have the strongest possible mo tive to promote 'a New Zealand Trust and Loan Company.; Unless they do so, every ...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
INDIA. ,As our contest withChlina. becomes imorewtide'y known among the powers of Asia, and as :at -each struggle. the weakness.iof the Chinese and their prostratioti` beforo a mere hlandful of Briiish troops beconies iiore'?laidiidre apparent, it will doubtless encourage the irruption of external enemies ;.'nor will Russia, ever watchful where-terri tory is to be gained, or' to be lost, be a passive spsctator of events. 1'Two circumstances of recent occurrence sseie to connieot themselves with. the Iunsettled state of China offairs-the intended visit of Tharawaddy to Ran goon, where a splendid palace has been prepared for his reception, as if coan templating an extended residence; and a reported irruption of a Seikh force into the adjoining Chinese terri tory of Thihet. The real 'object'of J harawaddy's visit to the Southerni extremity of his dominions is unknown; that he has any. hostile intentions to wards. us is not very; likely,. the result of tho-IBurmlese war.:cannot - 6 sooi...
LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
LAW. The whole body of. English law'is divided into two kinds-the' common and the statute' law. The conimon law is founded entirely on custom, prece dent, and the decisions in the Courts of Justice. It is not founded on any Act of Parliament nor on any legislative enactment; it'is recorded in public documents. The only memorials of its existence are to to be found in the traditional maxims, records of pleas, books of reports, or the treatises of men eminent in the profession. |IL is evident, that laws originating and pre served in this manner must be vague, obscure, absurd and even contradict ory. The common law is in fact a mix ture of the opinions, absurdities, knowledge, and ignorance of every period of society ;: it has flowed down the: stream of time, accumulating: like soine mighty river; and carrying along vestiges of ,the learning, ignorance, folly, and wisdom.of every age:through which it passed., How unworthy such an incongruous mass must be of the present age, how dillicu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
Auctixoneer & ConlMISasIon Agent. SALEWIS -DAVIS ESPECTFULLY intimates to his Friends and the Public iri general, that he has taken out an Auctioneer's License, and'trusls, by perseverance and assiduity, to merit public pationage. L; D. fD. t ters himself, that, from his general knowledge of bu ine'ss, and his long pursuit of mercantile affairs,. he will, be able to obtain the highest prices possible for :all goods intrusted to his care, either for public sale or private bargain. . . : ·, .. " :, : . . o TS A. T I.1 Undersigned has rericdied, ex ' Shamrock, a small consignment of superior Hysonskin TRA, "ir'cheist arnd half chests,' which will be"' old at reasonable pricesi : G Eo'lGE'T. LLOYD. Malop.strcet, Corio, Feb. 14, 1842: NOTZCE. E?ETTLERS having a dray return* irig to Lake Colac, and who may be. willitig to contract for the conivey arce of Government Stores, to beode. livered on the run of Messrs Richardson & Scott,. Perinallac, are 'required- to make applic...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
M VA'5j DIEMEN'S LAND. EMTetATAoN -The Colonization Comrn. missioners,,.Messs Elliotti Villers, and Shaw. I.efevre, received two days before Lord John R ussiil's resigncin t he Colon nial Secretaryshiip the sum of £10,000, to he! expended on emigration ;to Van l)i?men's Land. ' tic I t r. ;? I 1r and. M rs Clake hi.ve just arriied with ii party of actors. Mr:Abbott .?tasdisposedi of the tn har.t.,I'own Advtrtiser. iThe.next.nu m. her.wall commenre its operations under th" new :proprietor. , - Mr fugh ,ltoss .reached, Iobart Ttnwn this. morning; in custodly.-:o :undergo the ordeal o:.the law, for his official de fa I ations.. RI;oss'd.long residence in the colony with nn unspotted reputation, and;, his elarge ;family,mndeisufferers by the: unfortunate position in ?vaich hlie hans plncei himself, has excited iin uniusual feeling of interest-in-his behalf. - Cou riPer. i Tuie Btil3u'1nirt'ts.-'le schonner Water Witch, seizedl' by three bush. rangers at-the·River Forth, has returned to ...
THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
THE ANNIVEIISAlIY. On Wed:ePdsy last, our young and vigorous. eolony dropped.! another year; into the wallet or old Father Time. Fifty and four, bright 'and:r suny'sum mPrs, with as many dreary winters. :have passed over the land, since first Austrnlia'was reclaimed, hy Blritisht en terpripe, fromi that . dreary wastei to which it was .destined under the rude dominion of its former..savage masters. This. great, .and in fact all-important; daiy, waos celebrated in .a; manne',tliat spPMks plainly the wish, on the part of all, to, make this thiiday of the grand; festival of our adopited country. In the early morning, dlense masses of clou'ids srnmerd to thriatpi'n the expectani. croirds with a dayjof rain,'bit. as' (the sun ohtniaid strength. these'.vapours vanislied. and by nitie'o'clock the Ijrbad canopy ef,henvaei wiis unsullied even lihys a s'ngle clouid. " A'lbout thi' time, tooii 'gsy. groups n begpin to" crowd the ,streieth,' allv ien'din' their wHnyto wards tlie water's epdge. ...
EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
"; ·ii: RIMIGRAT1 ION..?:.;. ".: '??lWe have' been infiorkmed: ion. high, uith?dit : nis i; R dd "on authority whichi hasi never once led u' astray` re lathie to the proceeding. ,of- the .Go .ver nmeut--that there is. reason ,to an ,ticipate: that the presenit premier will. at no d;stant pcriod not oiily announce himself friendly to the ciau?e of emigrar tion;'but will :prooe ai plan to be en. firced withthu full power of govern mei to afford ito tihe coloniies a coutin uous supply of labour. 'We care not for political. parties and political pre=1 judices-but whoe'ver the minister may be who' accompliilies ithis great' object, hie 'ivill deserve and 'obtain the app'ella tion of' one of the best benehefactors of Europe and of the wo!rld:-Australa sian IRecord. -..
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 14 February 1842
MELBOURNF -;FllIPPIN G. .Filb, 7 -lindustry. schooner, Mllatliees, frnm IIntart Town. $ -Witliam Nichol, shili, from Leith via fnl.pe of Good Hiope, ,witll 60 cabin inter nledi?Aie aniid steraee passengers. 9 -- Marltin. Luther,. shlip Swan, form Lndon, with .192. bounty: immigrants: . 9-Jane and Emmn, cntler, Loutil, :from I'ortlatd Bay. : . : 10'- Emanicipation,? schooner; %Vinter, frnnih Londorn and the Cape of Good llope, with inedchandlsi; : . ; li- Cortair, steamerr Bell, from . su? Cr.rAfRn 1OUT. . ; : Fi,. .: adlhi;el;:', schoonr, 1lit burgh; for lin art T' own; . S-- Samuel .Boddlngton, .slip, NokLcs,, for Bombay, ,, : :. . .. -' Dusty Miller, schooner, Saunders, for; Lauinestol. S(Calhlertin., scitooncr, I3arinatyn, for, Ilobatt Town... - , -