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5 WILL. IV., No. 19, PASSED 28TH OCTOBER, 1834. An Act to make perpetual an Act, intituled, An Act for preventing the extension of the infectious disease commonly called the scab in sheep or lambs in the Colony of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

5 W?IrtLtL. IV., No, 10, PASSED 28Tn OCTOBER, 1834. An Act to make perpetlual an Act, inti ruled, An Act/or preventlbing the exten sion of the infectious disease commonly called the scab in sheep or lambs in the Colony of New Soulth Wales. Whlereas an Act was passed by the Governor and Council of New .outh Wales in the third year of the reign of his present Majesty King William the fourth, intitulued, An Act for pre raenting the extension of the infections disease connionly calledl the scab in sheep or aInmbs in the Colony of Now South WVales, and wiill expire on the first tlday of MIay, in the year one hlousnaud eight hundred and thirty five; and whereas the said Act has been found benleficial in preventing the conimmnunication and extension of the said disease; and it is expedient that the samue should be made perpe tual: Be it therefore enacted by -lis Excellency the Governor of New Soutlih Wrales, with the advice of the Logisl'tivo Council thereof, That the said reciteod Act, pa...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACTS OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

ACTIS OF COUNCIL. We? intend to give, fromn' time to tii'e, as our space adilits, n:?omplete series bof:all the Acts of thle Legisla tive Council of thoe Colony and of the Imperial l'arliament, and the various proclamations oftho Governors of the colony, whicf re!ite to the position, duties, and fivileges, of ilie pa toral ad agriultural p.ortion of the corn; :mun ?i~~~rty Orc errtt tIhcs it w·'iilr b~ie rcoedurtoedl on a -new :pla'n, which will rcender them more easy of referchee;, andtl do away with many sources of crror' whiich at present cx ist.- For ;examniple; there arc no less than foiur,'tdiffdrent Acts respecting Scab ii ShLep, all ,fvhick ae in force, othe older acts:being subject to the amendments laid down in the more, reccnt'ncs. ; Nowv if any one wishes to ri'eferlo thoes'o acts, he must, 'to pre venLnt mistakes, study the whole; for if lie consult only one act, hlie may fanny lie hasdiscoveredtl whnhit .he' has been lookin?g for, hotjustas he iscongratu laing hinmself...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESERTING A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

D lETINO -,A W?l -"- rs EImmar Box applied yesterday for a w'arrant to apprelend lher husba?d, Edward Bux, late a tailor in the employment of Mr I-Iowell, and who had deserted her wilh out mnking any provision fur hor sup port. Granted.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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WASTE LAND AUSTRALIAN BILL. To the Editor of the London "Times". [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

WASTE LAND AUSTRALIAN BILL. To the Editor of tile London " Times". Str.-As thie analysts of this foolish and uij ust bill wrliich you did me tile Ihonour o publish ot the 1st instant has not, with otte exception, brought me atny coadjutors, I will, with your permnis.ion, proceed to make n few more renmarks on this last specimen of the mischievous legislationi of the Colonialofflice, and show that in this iustaune ital'ectLs tot only unhappy Austrt lia but tihe most important nmanuli~cturing and mzercan'ile interests of this country. There con be nio doubt that the intention of the concoetors of this bill was to compel tile settlers in the bush, or squat aos as we c?all ourselves, to Iput chase the Iultd we ntow hIold utccer licenses ; about as wise ni idea as tlhat series of protective laws whichl fltmer'ly tat' ed cotttl gatrments, with the view of favouring linen and woo;ltmn mtuit utctures. Lord ~eaulcy'a prcciout linker ing, immediately after becrming Colonial Socretary, with ti...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOHN DUPE, Gun Maker CORIO STREET, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

JOHN DUPE,     Gun Maker, CORIO STREET, GEELONG, BEGS most respectfully to return his thanks to the Gentlemen of Geelong and the sur- rounding country, for their support during the last Three Years, and begs to inform them that he has removed opposite the Liverpool Mart, where he intends to stock and repair in good English style, at a low price; being perfect master of his business, he flatters himself he can give satisfaction to those who honor him with their support. Guns, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder Flasks, Nipples, Nipple Drivers, Powder, Shot, Cups, and every requisite in the Trade, on the most reasonable terms. (Guns and Pistols bought sold, or exchanged. A few good doublle-barrelled Guns for sale, very cheap.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
H. PALMER. Coach-Builder, Wheelwright, & General Smith. (Formerly of London, late of Launces'on, Van Dismen's Land, and recently of Melbourne.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 March 1846

H. PALMER. Coach-Builder, Wheelwright, & General Smith. (Formerly of London. Late of Launceston, Van Di- men's Land, and recently of Melbourne.) TAKES leave to acquaint the Gentry and Public in General, resident in Geelong and the adjacent Country, that he is about to com- nence his business in Corio. To those of his old supporters in Launceston who reside in this district, he appeals with con- fidence for a renewal of their patronage, on the ground of his having been the acknowledged leading tradesman in the above business, during his long residence of nearly ten years in that place, and those gentlemen and settlers from Britain and elsewhere at present domiciled in   Australia Felix to whom, he is personally un- known, he now solicits to favor him with a trial; not fearing that when once given they will find it to their own interest to continue their support, as he feels confident that he is in a position (from the perfect knowledge he possesses of his busines...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

1IPOUNDINGS. MELnOUNEac.,-One young white and brindle spotted bull, offrump RD, or Major l)avizlson'a brand. n ttar anI DI-One dark brown poley yearling bull, white belly and flmnks, a star on forehead, unbralnded-One dark brown bulllock white belly and tail, a slit in the lighlt ear, off rump Pd or PI3, off ribs 2t'. If not claimed and explunses paid on or before the S31st day of flurcb, to lie sold at thie Pound Yard, according to the Act of Council. G. ScAnnotovUO,. .DEIP CItEEK.-A light red cow, horns inlclned to be hooked, white belly, white spot on rump, white tail, whie patch above fore knee otf side, branded GI top of near side ribs, R. (three stroues projecting at the topl) on near shoulder. If not claimed on or before April 5th, will be sold ac-. cording to Act of Council. \Y. \\WIotrT. BIULLEN, UI'PC.t YAnISA.-A light bay mare, white ftcee, plrt of tinld legs white, long tail, branded JA on tile near shoulder, a filly fuoal by iher side, the same brand. If not claimeud on...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tae CRosiwELL CO'TROVERsy. The Commnissioders of Fine Arts appear to be very sagacious individuuls. The great Cromwell controversy, which has excited wvitl.i tihe last few weeks so much interest, Ihas been disposed of by them in a very summary and ingenious manner. Cromwell is to have a statue. The Lord Protector has thus been pro tected from the insult which it was for some timne apprehended would have been offered to his memory. But still Old Noll is not to have a statue amongst the kings and queens of England; the com missioners have compromised the matter, and of the hlonours of royalty he is to be deprived. He is to stand simply as a great man-to be allowed a place amnongst those men of great mind and mighty energy who have risen fromi the mnas, and drawn after tlhem the admiring gaze of mankind. A question then naturally ?nagests itself-Hlow is the gap to be filled up ? What is to be done with the commonwealth ? Amongst the list of soveruigis, is no notice to...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCABACTS.—(CONTINUED.) G WILLIAM IV., No. 10, PASSED 9TH OCTOBER, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

SCAB ACT'S.--(CowTNUED.) 6 WILmA, IV., No. io, PASSED 9TH OCTOBBR, 1835. An Act to amend and extend the provisions of an Act, intituled, An Act for pre venting the extension of the infectious disease, commonly called the Scab. in Sheep or Lambs, in the Colony of New South Wales. Preamble.-3 Wmin. IV.. No.5, and 5 Win. IV. No. 19, extended to all parts of the teritory, Whereas, an Act was passed by his Excellency the Governor of N?ew South WVales, with the advice of tihe Legislative Council thereof, in the third year of the reign of his present Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled, An Act for preventing tho extension of the infectious disease, commonly called the sonb, in sheep or Inmbs, in the Colony of New youth Wales ;-which Act was made per petual bIy a certain other Act of the said Governor and Cotncil, passed in the fifth year of the reign of his said Majesty, intitulced, An Act fo venting the extension of the infec disease, conimonly called the Sea sheep or lambs, in the...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. BAAUTIFUL MODEL OF THE MooN. At the late anntal meeting of the British Association for the advancement of Science, Sir J. Herschel exhibited a modlel of tle globe of Ilthe moon in relief, expressing the forms and elevittions of its mountains as seen by a good teles. cope. This exquisite work he stated to he tile performnance of a Hanoverian lady. Mladame Witte: modelled by her from actual ohbservation through an ex cellent Fraunhofer telescope; the se lenographical positions attd general contours of the principal craters and other leading features being first laid down o, the smooth surface from iMessrs Beer andi Maedler's iierometrical mea sures and charts. The diameter of the nmodel is the 10,000,000th part of the moon's actual diameier. The scale of height is, however, enlarged to double this amount, as otherwise tile relief would be too low for distinctness. The ma.. terial is a composition of mastic and wax, and the whole is worked out in such per I'ection of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

Sectarian Immlgration. To the Editor of the Port PhillWp Herald. M R EDITOR,-I venture to intrude upon your columns for the purpose of calling down the public indignation upon as nefarious a schiene as was ever devised to insult a com munity, and of which no less a person than the Rev. Dr Lang is the author. If I am rather lale int noticing the Rev. Doctor's plot, my apology is that I was absent in the interior when the final development of his plans was permitted to fiud its way to public notice. SThe pint is not to be found in any one docu ment, but has to be gathered from several. In the Courier, in November or December slst, he first published anonynmously (whati he Ilhu since avowed in tie Herald of tie 241th February) a scheme for tile introduclion of immigration into the district of Port Phillip. Ylis proposition is to "get up a company" at home for the purclhase of one million acres of the finest lands of Port Plillip between Geelong and Portland, for one million of pounds s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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9 VICTORIA, NO. 10. BECAME LAW 27TH OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

9 VrcTonax, 0No. 10. B1Eca M"E LAW 27rfl QOTooER, 1845. An Act io preient t/;.triidelling of Sheep oor Lambs iifected with 'Scab, on public roads and 'tlhoyicrghfares, and for other purposes. Preamble.-Scnbbed Sheep not to.travel on any public road WHEREAS it is expedient to prevent Sheep or Lambs infected with. the. Scab from being driven on public, roads, during the ,ionth of Februiry: Be it enacted by HIis Excellency the Governor of. New South. Wales, with: the advice and con sent of the Legislative Council thereof, Tlat no person shall drive or conduct, or permit or suffer to be dri'eh or con 'ducted, ainy sheeli'or Lamba irifected with Scab, upon any. public road or way, used as a public way for the driving of Sheep from one part of the colony t, another, during the month of February in each year, orany other time; anything in any other Act to the contrary not wihstanding. Penalties under this Act. II. Anid be it enacted, That all penalb ties now in force for turning out, keepi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, 21ST MARCH, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

. SUPREME COURT. (From the Patriot) SATURDAY, 2s1T AR0 C ,l846. .Illn the Estate of Charles Dickinson, of Kardinia-street Geelong.-The Chief Con. missioner infbrmed his Honor that this was the day appointed for the return to the summons calling upon Charles Dickinson to show cause why he should not be declared insolvent. Mr Sydney Stephen said, that he ap peared on behalf of James Scott, the peti tioning creditor. On the 7th Eebruanry a summons was issued calling upon Dickinson to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated for tile benefit of his creditors. A return had been made to the snummons by tile Sheriff, to whom it w:?a addessed by the Chief Commissioner; and although the service was not personal, he considered it was equivalent thereto, the copy of the summons having been lelft at the residence of Dmckinson, in Kardmia street, Gcelong_ and another copy aitxes to the door of the house, and a third one upon the dtloor ofthe Supreme Court hlouse. By the Act the summo...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

T'unI RAILWAY MEETING.-. In order to afibrd ns much inlormtnion as possible previous to the Public Meeting, we re print below' Dr Lang's scheme for a Port Phillip Land Company, withl whbich, it is supposed, tile projected railway scheme will be connected... PKOSPIECTU4 AND RECO\IMEN. DATION OF A PORT PHILLIP LAND AND EMIGRATION COrt PANY. It is hereby recommended, by the un dersigned, to capitalists generally, rand particularly to the friends of Austrilian colonixaLion, in tile cities of Londou, Glasgow, and Belfast, that a company be established, to be designated." The Port Phillip Land and Emigration Company," with a capital of two millions sterlng, to lie held in shares of £100 each ; of which a~t least one thousand shall be reserved fbr resident proprietors of land, stock, or other property in Port Phillip. That the object of the said company should be First, to purchase extensive tracts of crown land of superior quality for cultiva tion, svitth a view to the settlement of a fre...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTRIES FOR THE MELBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

EN fRIES FOR THE MELBOURNE RACES. There was a strong muster of the turfites at Ithe " Iloyal Hlotel," on Saturday evening, for the purpose of being made acquainted, through tile Stenards, what horses hlaI been entered for tihe eusting races. Thie followiog was the result: FIRiST DA\.--TUsSoA., 24TIH MArCIJ. TOWYS PLAT?E. Heats two miles antl a dtstane, 50 sore reigns, with entrance added of 7 ·overeians clcit, for all hlorsac atlnd -mares. \eight for ate; year old, bsl; 4 ditto, 8st 101b; ,5 years old, Ost 41b 6 and auetd, 'J9st 101b. iMr Cowell's b. h. '"Quicksilveri," by "Little Johlu," ttged. Mlr C. Cnmpbell's ch g "Petrel," 4 years old. lur Roa'trt Oinan's bk m " .M1aid of tite Mloat," I years oll. Mr William Carpenter'a 1 h " Patul Jones," by lleshuorugh, 4 years old. MAOIDE PLATE, Of 25 sovereigns or more, with enttrance added of 5 r*eereicgn emph, half forfeict for 2 year old .etl ...S...,4 ht st; one mile. Clpttutin alLachi hls d b colt '"Amulet," * * byvNecrdomantcer, 2 yea...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

We have delayed thie publication of this day's Advertiser in the hope of re ceiving the Sydney Mail ; but we have been disappointed. We have been unable to obtain any c nplete account of the first day's Mel. boureo Races. In the Town Plate, Petrel, as usual, had it all his own way, the field having been nowhere, altliougl Petrel was badlj ridden in the first heat, and in the second, the only horse that started against him was Paul Jones, Petrel winning in a canter, Booth rider in first heat, and Sandy in second. Quicksilver broke down in the.first heat, ind Maid of the Moat was distanced. Smolensko took the Publican's Purs-. For a list of the olurses entered, see first page. SECTARIAN IMMIGRATION AND) ANTI IRISH AGT'ATION.-As might have been expected, the impudent attempt of .Dr Lang's partizans to crush and insult a nation and a faith, has aroused a feeling of indignaiion in the peacrablesection of the community this insulted. We have hitherto had orcasion to-rejoice that the unsee...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

ENGLAND. We believe we may state, firom no dionbted authority, that it is the intention of Sir Robert Peel to announce, in the Queen's speech at the opening of Parlia uenta, on the 7th Feb., that "Her Mlajesty will recommend an enlarged system of free-trade." The particulars of lthis system are-the total removal of all restriction upon grain the produce of any British colouyv-the abolitioi of any hiding scale plani of duties-and the establishment of a fixed duty of four shillings per quarter upon wheat tihe produce of any fbreign state. --Australia will he mainly indebted'in thieexertions of his Excellency Sir Eard!cy Wilminot for tois great benefit-the establishment of a remunerating market for its surplus grain.-Colonial Times. MltrITARaY RsirroRC?lMeNT.- It will be remembered that when, during a discussion in Parlhamet, tihe 'Tories taunted the \Wlhig Administration with want of energy in not sendiig an adequate force to dispel the ag gression onl the Canadian fronitier, the )uke...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

POLICE COURT. G. P. Reidl, Esq., preferred a complaint against a shepherd in Iiis employment, for neglect of duty, in allowing twenty sheep to be destroyed by wild dogs in one in stance, and forty in another, and both in open day. As the man was proved to be in the habit of frequenting a hut occu pied by a person named Dorman and hiis wife, also in Mr Reid's employment, and the jiresumption being that he was prom bably at their hut whlten the sheep were rushed, the Bench ordered the sum of '10 to betleducted from his wages. The agreements of Dorman and his wife were cancelled at the request of Mr Reidtl, on account of allowing Harris to frcqtuent their hnt, to the prejudice of his master's interest. Mr Cowie, saddler, was charged by Ihis hired serrant, H-enry Gatehouse, withl refutsing him eithler employment or a discharge. From what t.rinspired in this case, it was clearly evident that i r Cowie's forbearance hiad enabled this man to, get thle weather ?s'ge of him. The man's ctndtc...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

To Sportsmen. T IE Gentlemen of Curio, Geelong., and sur rounding district are miost respectfully in formed that THOMAS IlRA, Patent Gun Maker, from 10, Loung Room Strcet, Scarburough. lately front Lanuceston, hIas commenced business in tihe above trade in Corio. T. Rea served seven years apprenticeshlip to the trade of a Gun Mllter in Jedburelh, Scotland, with one of tihe very hest Gun Makers in Scotland, and wtorked as a journevrlnll seven years in a variety of the best shops in England; was three years in Bir oinghbum, and had the honor of beiig foreman to air Winm. Priclhard, Patent Gun Mlaker, who has also an estahlilhment in London.; and was also n lMaster Gut Muker five years in Scar borough, Yorkshire, one of the most respectable towns in Etglnmnd; thus affording T. RI. every advanstage of being thoroughly muster of his business. He has confidence in asserting thlat he is able to do any and every brunch in the Gun Trade in a style not to-be equalled out of London, for durabi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 March 1846

G C E LU N 0. OLZAiEZDn U, - Maich 24-David, ichooner, Bowden, master, Cargo 4 '0 sheep. ilassenger-.Jr G. T. Lloyd. MELBOURNE. ARRIIVED. Nil: CLEARED ' Ur. Mlarch t2-Flymng Fish, scl:uoner, Clinch, master, for Hubnrt Town. Passengers, Messrs. Wilson, White, Collins, Stock, Robinson, Jones Best, Captain Earr, three prisoners of the crown and one constable. March 21-Ma*ry, cutter, Brush, master, for Circulnr Ilead. M-i:rch 2l-Bnrbnra, Davidson, master, for Port Albert. Passengers-M lPhillip, William Armstrong, William Almond, Edlward Buncley, W illiam Welch, Cornelius .Kay, Agues Birnil, Mr and Mrs Spaoner. Manrch 21-Elizabeth, cutter, Theobold. mas ter, for Circular Hled, in ballast. Passenger William Kingswell. .· arch 23-Mary, barque, Levens, master, for Sydney, with pnrt of original curgo. Pusseo ger-Benjiania Skiltun. March 23--Mary's. schooner. Grifliths. nas tsr, for I'ortlnd Bay end Hoburt 'own. Pas sengers-Mr Ind Mrs lHtton and 5 children, Mr Luzatlls and James Atkinson. SWE...

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