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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

aUe b t3 ition, An, ~ ecollent opportunity sel i ;:,..·i;, to be met with. : iL"wZS DAVIS Will put up for public competition, on "WEDNESDAY niext, March 2nd, at *Twelve o'clock, at the New Room, adjoining Mr Mack's, SEVERAL first-rate TOWN AL. LOTMENTS, in North and South Geelong, and an cecellent DWELLING HOUSE and Ground, in North Geelong, let at the present time to a good tenant' : ' ' : Terms liberal. I D will lsb s'ell ain Allotment:of Grouhnc in Sduth Geelong,' on accolunt a?id "risk ?i Patrick Sheady, he having failed t' colipletd his purchasoe. G eneral ,Sale. ' LEWIS DAVIS Will Sell by Auction, at the New Room next to Mr Mack's, on WEDNPSDAY, March 2nd, at Twelve o'clock, A LARGE Quantity of Dunbar's bottled Ale and Porter, superior Sherry Wlne, Women's Bonnets, Boys' Clodh Caps, Mattrasses, Black Potatoes, nd ai'variety of sundries, Terms at sale, V·ICTORIA HOUSE: : '. :: ELIU OUltNE . Ieossrs. CASDIH ORE: &r CO. B?EG to inform the inhabitants of Australia Felix, t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

-YeSsELs~~x, ~ ~ · KXPIMir-T FnrO LONDOos I,;·t I~nggglr 0l0L, 6O0, Ilaekley, OcPber I0.el). ;. IEchatre~., 291, Chuyle'n iernry, 410, Wahnsley. via Latidiceston. (arrived the , lejo~redl. Juno, stenmerr. 7;10, Spears, at theCape, disabled Jean Grhaihnt,0 r6 'hornito; September 21. Lndy Marganlet, 350 tols, UBldge maister I.ady Kenhlwnya,shitt, 750, wiith emigralnlts, June 8 Morreiret. via attlllcestnlo , tu sail ltli July.) M1in, spoken with at sea 'Orientul,21l+ Angust - Platinnt, December 10. Pathtlnder 3O.tons; K(idson master. Octnber5 5, Riclhard Mioulnt. harque, 230, Loung.ridgejvia' Lunc .It. Webh, 49(3, I' Ltclait : , ia :. , 0Resource, 8th July SuRsan, 1th July Seppinga, 20th Novemnber 'Ilhomas Yates, Bth-July : T''wo Sisters, sailed Wanderer, 1st Januaryl '::: ": York; 5thr August ROLOM LIVEIPOOL Slisters, with emigrats t. 0 gaOwi'o.LYqauTu. Alfryrd+ 27th September ....r ' it : tmahriywab I u, l rn, i -7thSr teb . " ?;FROM i!ORR?EIOCEl.* . : +' inna, 3093 tons Ki,,g llwor,...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

TO CORRESPONDET :.i The comrimunicatioi :respecting the ~ew ly appoiinted corzstables clientrbe inserted; we vill habundle them adcording to theirdesserts ,in ,future without- any referencd- tothle past. :K • ? mm?m t m ?mn mm MIONDA Y, FESBRIJAY 28, 812.~;'

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THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

THE MooN.-M. Arago, the ce!e brated astronomer, has been giving lectures, to crowded audiences, on the nature of the moon. He contends that this planet is not an inhabited body, and that it is without any kind of vitality,. either animal. or vegetable.. He denies also, that- it has either seas, rivers or lakes, but adriits that it lias mountains and valleys, which, how. ever, he says, are of pirinitivo forma tion. Gravity.--I have seen the gravity of parsons in the :pdlpit,' laIwyers in court, -judges on the-: beihib, qak ers at conventicle, demagogides at a n?e?et ing of the rabble, the Chancellor in the Lords, thiie Speaker in the Commons, soldiers at drill, doi:tors near a patient, clients at a lawsuit, auctioneers pufing a worthluss daub, antiquaries over a brass farthing, and Thomas Frog Dib dini over a Wynkin de Worde; old gentlemen at finerals, and young gen tIleminen at tailors' bills ; bailiffs at an execution; and the hangman at the gallows i i have seen the gravity of an ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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INTERNAL MAIL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

IN'TERNAL MAIL COf BIUNiCAIjQN. It is not, often thatwe annoy the government wili a remiionsirance on its inattention to tlheinterests of this district, so thlat we tru'stour piresent remarks will meet with:the greater degree of attention:. So long as the government shows a disposition to keep pace with the enterprise of the inhabitants,,we shall never be prone io failt-finding in minor details. For this reason we have never published any systematic list of 'OUrt WANTS,' but:iiave 2uiformly confined our. sdlves td the requisition of favors that we might reasonably expect. We believe that about twelve months .ago, the government in -th'd ded tol ?iftafiblIisli "aih "8"" hl ?ffid i?Mil' between Port Phillip and Pdrtlahd. Bay, (traversing the, miost.populops, part of the district. WVe cannot itell hat leda tio' th? anied~n~i'it of the undertaking ;,but no doubt tlhd expense was the, princip l if iot the only objection. ,·i ea :.; hI'be want of in intifer ilo--fb. has been felt as a.ser...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

E- ,tract:of ,a letterJ from.Korararika, Decmidber: 15 " lihe government have, in.?additio`int the claini of the rigli, of i.: r ?inptin, tptally prohibited us fr-'ni trading or, traiflicing witih 1ie riaties in :the articleof tiinber ; the re USt, iOs, that,they ;have.made a solemn, leaguu with each oltier to waive dl1 peltty, dispuies.and join: the tribes in oe .body ti,; destroy the i ithe men's nropprty, and expel them the island. Tle quantity of armi andaninunition they :iosaeesi is incredible-one chief alone has upwytids' of five tone of 1powder, witil an immense sltand of arms --and :iie American house of .Mahew !sold item, ,ilast week, some fi'i'ty or sixtyjlkegs;: tilhey are also purchasing baes.of' small shot and niMelting the same into balls.,So you.see, my dear friend, the miserable result of the operations o'af ) ti rq'rary government. The, G "overior himsolf is.. a well meaning an ibut the coloujal secretary is an ignorant and arbitratiy one-his brother is private secr...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

'-`: "NEW ZE'AL:AND. New: Zaland is at present " all -the rage;!' . :Colonies 'becoine fiashidnable aid unfalshionbl, tih the s Ime mannor as sleeves and bounets; and the old il0ons fr quently come round again whenihe new becomoae b ll'in theiriturn. Indeed, NOVELTY is as frequently t'lhe test of the importance of a colony, as it is'of the colour of a ribboii or tie' tie ofl a cravt.it; EIvery colony is popular at its com mencement. We have unever uonoi an exception, ,and may thereforeexpect future experience to~ corroborate the pdst . PFrom Swian Rivier to Neiw Zealianid iinclusive, each succeeding ,oloizathitoi scheme has been an improvement upon its'pmediceisor?? and the ,ountries oper atd'upon ''lihive a li bee os fDoRA dos eclipsing each other in success'ion. Australia Felix has iadethe nearest approximattio tb an 'xception o because it (lid not owe its origin to ainiy precobn ceroed arrangement i'n Egl?nd, so that popularity rather'o"llowed thjan attended its birth. : New Zeal...

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MIDDLE DISTRICT. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

-5lDIDLE DI)l~TI·iICT. SYDNEY MAtRKETS.TO.- vry' :large olantiof businiss has been transacled trinu tIhe past iwekl- and price,. aive proved but little, iif atlitll' rlnimn ; >rls we hnvi no i harge of importia note. -iar is fire at (oriner -srires.• a d .arrival of thl gb Grg e Fourth .?li probalbly cause a ..-e ction ir? -pricei, r ,Provisiionts arein iiai,,da -n- brijng fair rt.s Gralin (I flonr tre i risingotih .i our nr dihd theV Die.mPn's :Laodmariket; it .ieuien' antI floIur ii snid tif 22 lOs per d, ad ?hia t.at os1 Gd bushel. .'Tob , se litia it moderati titntities oatirmer pgt~es. Sp ii is ani inca are oiity sold at a bucrifice.; the ritefrif' still shipped to lnglaiiidJ er and ale fetch (fair p. !ices, to?i) b ly inetliate dlemlands., Invoice prictelhas o, 'dft~ted fir some lmreifscilo;:, i.ce" ais, others tavee?be sold -t an ad sre~. ., 11; . ecports, vThalebone, nit-. ipetl- hast bEeie.u Iuritiased at.£9Gk rtht. W~ool hias' .initdertot t io aann ,_ ,thoug h" ii" rI,'...

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RESIGNATION OF DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

RESIGNATION OF DR. LANG, The Rev. Dr Lang, Senior Minister of the Presbyterian Church, delivered a farewell address to his.coingiegation at Sydneyi on the 6th of February. After indulging in a strain if severeinvective ngain's't his brethren,i he announced his isiteiiionof psoceeding to New Zealand with the view. of establishing the Church of Scotiand in that colony, on the Voluntary principle, he having been led to attribute all theinefliciency and cor* ruption which (he declares) pervadtles th e ilrch, to its codnnbxion with the state.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

•The friends $f i Jbllii'Fr?inklin 'h .if tempte d .to l?et--p.an adHilre sito, Sir olin, expressive of connfidencennd- at lchment, on ithe occasion, ot his having Salpleted ti fifth year of t 1i admini rntion; tut tihe attempthas turied out coic l ep tin l I ilure... tb-l :ai.u'r: Captain Il ntrigu, lat.lieliy dmdii ssed om the Ooniiti I-S~ecretaryshipl is upol)n e eve if r?erceeding to Eighand. A -tioninial o respect.wnsA presented by ie itnhlitriunts of,Htobairt Town, anid an ildress%.by the. non oili:1ial .mnembers -ol e Legislative-,ourillpi, Ipior to hi, .parture frorm th•e: ':Clny.

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

A IIt IIVA rs. Febt. 32-A L~C'E, eliller, James master, rll li Mlellbourne, withl.n generlll canrgo. :ob. 2-A- P IRASIA,..st eamer. Lawler Imaster,'frin lelbourinle. 24 -+A Eoj3 ,i schooner, llaekburne -:lster, from Hobart'_Tow?l i! hlallast. 2.I. BOUfa JU '1 are, shiliooner rHo liirIs;l master, -rromt Melbourne, with a :s'lnfrfl cargo. :H 20-Rl' 1 A l AsI stefi ere L wler master, rlorn ilel bouru e. DiPdARTUIES1 Feb. 2< -- IiRABI, st merV, Laler sastor, for llelbnourne. 22-Sfi iA ,. O C iK,; cullttIrA A}inl mas!er, Hobl0artIl owrn, saith 100 sh p. : 2t-l.A 'Il I sA,; steamer, Liailerfi aster, foi* Melburrne. -, 2 5-;Ats'L'C:eutter.,i James imatrli ori %lelbourne. .,-irfsNk\'R bmjr; G g5rilrgeFmasler, ,for, l./unuceStiln ?ith 20 shIeelj-;.::?, 271-BdUJAIl M iklDi'tI sclhoonet, 'oi: ?hl lbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

For SLofdon, to load at Geelong ^..sEg 1THE first-class BAnQua C'. G. HiLr.commander. will meet with quick despatch. For Freight or Pas sage, hIer accommodations being of a superior order, apply to the commander on board, or to STRACHAN & CO. For London. (To load at William's Town and Point Henry.) j THE fine British.built Barqoe ^^ . ASsA, A 1, 398 tons, PATTERSON commander, will meet with cjuick despatch, having «ile greater part of her cargo engaged ; Ier accommndations for passengers are superior. Apply to CAMPBELL & WOOLLEY, or to CRAIG & BROADFOOT. For London- at Geelong. T[-I?E first class fast-sailing * Briti'h built brig 3.ORINA, . 20 tons, Captain SALTEIL commander, This vessel has nearly the whole of her wool engaged, and will meet with dis p)tch. For Freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to JAMES CAIN, or WERE BROTHERS & CO. WOOL. TFIR undersigned are, purchasers of Wool, or will make advances on the coming clip,delive...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

MELI3OURNP SHIIPPING. S . ,t -AIIIItVALSBf. f . - .' Feb. 19- Sir Jiohn Fi?a'iklin,";schooner, J nklirise fromn Laiuicestoil ". ; o20 --nllouisa, schooltei, Blaack, friom Lon. doll, witlh merchaidise : ! 21-Releia, brig, ,W, li?am?s, from Lauln ctston, for S)dley. ' . 23-Scout, brig, Gwatkil, from Laiances o3 - Catleriine,' schoone, Banaty, froil Hobart o ,n.i,, 2P-Sea-Idorse steameir Tallan, frdm Sydney 19IhI;Febrllary.:: ;' ::,: .: 2SV-Welcolne, froui Greenock. i CI.IlEAId OUT. < , +. Freb. IS-lRobertA-e.nn, shipR lcitie, for Bombay. .i "18- Bolina, barq!e, 'Brown, for Newi 21 -- Tidustlry, schooner, l-outglhion, lor Lalincestoniand Hobart TowII. 2-+.-Flyif(i Sqiiirael, schooner, fin,'i,. mrlhtobart Iown. 2 - William Nichiol ship, Elder, for South Australia,. . 22- Caroline, brig, Woodin fdrHobart Toawn. .

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

yp5s~ts,. ' OV~brONK 1TAnBOURI~ t] nri Nixon l nrI)lrcI ·Lorinii~,irbri g i Neilio, b~rque hery j rt A ;ihr~is~ia. stcnrnei. I3oujali Madlenr, scb.' A\lice, ctite i~- : .-;-·' · :

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

. .J'd?ELBOURN L.: " . Hlnoson t;he x -bai lifft has. bei o caap . uretld onl aiiTesipe wiirrat.7 The Turf Club inriend charging .£10 or permission toLerect booths on- the ae course.'- . A Botnincal Gardeni is (O.,h lai out mrinoediilaly onh the *site. of- Baiman's lill, to cilisist ofl ifty .iLcri s.; : ' , : Thie Di hatingm Socielyc after two it;lits discussion? on '.the iquestion, f Is ,Ihrn'loRy: 'to?uded on 'reasoni;'and the ,videine of at" k{-dow1e4.?h.t(f agtsp'. canie o aln amost unaniinous deitisiplon-infavor d the science. *Athe!cocniihtion of th'e usin;ss, a Mr Fmit?i?t'renrcd a dist'urb nerc by introduicfig iti s'uibject of Mr. rdain't nimipisonment.' l hTtL thairmhn -ft the room,' ail? n d a .nad ssros.ito lthat etilleman.wans agr ed u ponrt: ' .- ;" ! Mrnjor St. IJhb and he' r.eport ers still -ontinue at. loggerheads.i Juidge:Willis has so fa"r rimitted the. eintlirnc passed on o;Mr A'r'dle); as :-tb Slow him to "t ike exerciSe'l during t:iH lay on his parole of-honor....

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PORT PHILLIP REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

Ponvr PmILLIPo su By the aihstract of the .venue fur the district Ir Port PhilIt it appears that the ordinary rev~ ue ol the year? 1841, ismounced to ; ,000-tan increase of 35,C00; oil re previous year. :* The jrinlcipll itefim.s i ncr.preisP were,' Cus ors from ?1t,496 to £47 501Q.,fets,aot. uhlic ollices from £is to £3,880 7s 6d, (it was not unti othei- beginning' of 341 there was a supreme court ohit le at iilbhourne), nssessmeint on: live StLi'ik, md interest.onl public. moneys.--T.hl rowfn land revenue howvs a decreaiise , £145.O00 -- from ?2-2,560, 103Od a, £78,4 1:7 id ild The dim fference .on Ih glross revenue.-for the: 'year :rwas I1,0 0. '

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IMPORTANT TO SQUATTERS. DEPASTURING LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

IMPORTANT TO SQUATTEIRS. :;: DE ASTURING LIcNsEs, - It;having been brought under the notice of, the Governor that considerable arrears anre due to the government.on account of depasturing licenses and the'assessment on stock, authyis-ed by the Act of Council"2 Victoria, No. 27, Iis Excel-. lency directs it to be nitified for geueral inflormation, that ther respective cornm missioners willabe injtructed not to renew thetilicense:of any person. w-ho may tail to pay .what he. is.indebted to the governmenthbefore the.next licensing day ;.' and.+ the;ColonianlTreasurer has, been directed to. issue no license in future to aniy persofi who msay be in arrears for:ea;th?i'lidcenise br assessment. -Government Gazette.

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

MORETON BAY. s'His3 :icrlledcy the Governor direc?i ? it to he notified for general ioformat'on; that the district of Moretg Bay will be opened for settlement. jnd the first building'allotments in t.lRt of Bris bane sold by-auction in Sydney' as soon artiar the first day of July nex s the necessary preparatory arrangem ~'fts for the sale'of the same can he com~ ,ted. Notice of the day of sale, antj'of tlhe allotments to Ie sold,-will .be-given in theusual manner. -. -, His Excellency'the Governor further directs it'to be notified,~ for general ino formation, that as Morethi ,Bay is "no longier' a piinalsettleinent, the enact ments contained. in the ninth clause of the Act of Council No. 3, passed in the thirdtl year of the -reign.of his Majesty King.Y?Ylliam the Fourth, prohibitin?. vpessels Lfrom touching at any penal settlement without leave from the Go. vernorino longer apply to Moreton Bay, and that consequently all persons what soever, may henceforth resort to More ton Basy: as...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

ENGLAND. ; .:.L6drd .Stanley was suffering fromr ? a severe attack of gout. .Parlirani t had been-proroguiedto thlie 1S2ltece ber. Thle next sale ofl.clonil w0I' was to .commence in London oin tita 4tli November; a very lirifp quantity, perhaps iiot less tllan OC000O bales, was to be offered for coni Littion. MAr. Beaumont Smitlhita clerk in the~ office of the Coinptrollur-General, wasi in custody on the charge of having ;pu!t iInto circulatiobn, Surreptitiously £200,?00 wortli of Exchequsr disls. Accounts from ihe Brazil state that railway was abouit'to be co1structe(d ~ a theBrazdls. The Governmenlt ihas taken two tlhousand shares. 'Thlle railway is to extend fromn Rio (hrough the most po pulous part of the interior. The'King of Prussia has subscribed A15,000 towards thie lunds bor creating a Protestant bishopric at Jerusalem. The following notice has been poste at the Colonial Olfice in Downing stree " All persons found .begging here w be prosecuted with the utmost rigo of the la...

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GEELONG JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

GEELO.NG.1USTICR. ,At the opening of the last sessions of the Supremo Court,?ilis. Hoior Judgo uillis. stated ,that it appeared by. the calendar that"Of tIhe w;hole number. of cases for trial? yo?l onelhalf were froni Geelong, a vill lin extent as compareil withi 'Melbourne, ?anhd With n'ot more than a tenth of the population. The Hon. Mr Muray, who was retained for the defence in several of the Geelong ases, said that he h~id reason to believe?? is tlonor: would t1ic, ~as ile c;p~'jei-iji ceeed, tna't thenuamber of corimmittai' ;Ijftti Geelonga beclh wa iis iievidence of the prevalence of crime i ?tliiiht psr of the province, -' and so indeed) it proved. .01 the whole number of cases s??Frfor trial from Geloiig, not moire? than. two should havvecome-before tihe Court: and nlot .one pirisoner of. thle whole number Wasj convicted..- Thj tiault, owe?r-??i~ ?snot' witlih the Crown Prosecu tir bit with the Geel6iog bench .,indeedft itappeared in two:se parate;oas.srithat.the prisoners h...

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