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LATE NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

LATE NEWS FROM CHINA. •From the Sydney Gazett; We are in possession of China news to near the middle of November. The squadron had again captured Chusanr on the 1st October, after some severe fighting; the attack was led by SirIlugh Gough, and the troops, asiusual, hehaved well. In ,this affair the Celestials are supposed I:bhave lost near fifteen hun dred of their army; the English loss w'uas one ensign and five men killed. On the 20th October, Chinae, the capital ofNingpcosoirren4dcredl after a struggle, the people declaring themselves " bub missive.'" Two of the steamers of w5r have found their way up the river Ning po forty miles, without being opposed. The Blondo frigate was left in charge of this district, the expedition having proceeded to the north. Thie British residents at Wampona and other places are in a very dangerous situation, as any popular demonstration among the dhinese may canse a general -mssacre. off the -"barbaaians."- .TIhe belief~wa5eP that, on his return fro...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

-iAUAcTio.N-Mr Davis held his first sale oii ?Wednesday last, and made a very sucesst il commencement. It is sulfi?ilent, to sny. that the sellers seemed satififled~. ithh the iprices obtained, and the purchasers with 'their bargains Mich cows realized from £6 10s to £8 per head. - TuIItlTN A.--This wool ship crqssed the li-iuso9W lednesday last:, sitii a head wind, on her" outdward voyage. Next year we hppeoto see ev?eeralwool ships alongside our 'jetty;,aud we: have no doubt thut ere lonig the inner iay iill eirendered a?ccessiile to shts of the largest class..'

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MARKETS. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

ZiTAL TB B. LONDOo. Aostranlian Wool fine , .. o o to o 9 4 ---- spio .. I7 aI ------ ordinbtry !.. o o a-- o "' 3 - In grease - .. -n f i - ka ll -l .lansb *'.. -*i.. . o-o- - o s £ E.. LBOUIItNC, Flour, fine 20s to 'ES3 le 103 lbbr; seconlri 18 to O20s. Potatoes Os t'lils per -wt. Breadl, ler 4i lb loat'ls. Bultter Os er Ib~i jeef4 1 It rflb..M,,gton 4d. Tea 131 il'll, er chest Sugar 3211.'sll 381 e ton. Hy, 85 to 01 per tio.n Oits 5s ,~di to 6.11. per 2 -BYl3N1EY, Fine Floor, 2Is per 100 Ibs. 2Os csiil. Seconds JISs c-lsh Its;, Thirds 161, cashl lbs. lread bd toi Old p"rir ,t loht ." ,; , Colonial Wlzeal, Os to Oi Olo per bushlel. IMaize, 4i i., ho per bushel: Ba ley . Ii 1 to;Ir pel busleJ. O~tts So per bitohlel.' "Hay~b 511071 7o Iert6121., Butler, frelsh .s 9d to 3.5 perlb;,*AIlt 2i to s ?6d "Cheese SdI to' pier II,; ggI's ? lld to ", pu-r (lo., BeeC 4d 4i.Old )er Ib ;M-ttloll 6d. Spirits iln bulld-Rui.n Si tl; Arrack Is81 to Is 6d; Gin 2s to 4s; Brandy isld to 4sd 6 Mlauritil...

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LAND REGULATIONS. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 10th Feb., 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

:;, AND .REGULATION.S. , 0. Froiln tle Government GOzette. -, Coiloinl Secretary's Oflicep ·:':- ·Sydne~y, 10th Febt.,i JS 21. ,HisExcellency the Governor directs it to bei r notified fobr gen'eiral infor.matiorit that oan Instruction un?der the Sign Mianual has bern received,.bearing date the 31St August, 1841, under whichthe systerm of selling public lands by auc lion, which was in force previous to the 5th December, 1840, will be restored throughout the whole of. the colony; the lands being offered for sale:as here tofore at upset prices, which can .never be less than 192s per acre, His.Excel lancy further directs it to be ntified, that by the same instructions under the :ign Manua! all lailds in rural districts, but not in towns or suburban allot meats.) which may hereafter be offered for sale, but which may remaic unsold, in consequence of no offer being made for them at the time of sale, will be open to the selection of atny individuals, at their upset prices, until they shall...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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FOOD OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

FOOD OF HORSES. (PIon thle Morning Aduertiser.) In the feeding of horses regularity is of great importance. These animals, unlike most others, have naturally a moderate appetite, therefore they re quire to be fed often, bnt in small quantities. Yet frequently do we see the direful effects of inattention to this subject. The master leaves hii horse to the care of his groom, who from some interested motive, fancies, becatse he had a good breakfast, he will not hurt should he fast until evening. Then ont of compassion, perhaps, he gives the horse his two feeds, one of ahich he ought to have had in the middle of the day. The horse with an anxious eye, and avoracious appetite, no sooner sees the corn put into the manger, thant he bolts it down with tie greatest eagerness, and when finished is not un frequently allowed to fill himself up with water. The consequences are, the horse has swallowed the greater part of his corn whole, the moisture it imbibes causes it to swell which brings on ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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BURMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

BURMAH . Titd last accounts from Moulmain wear an aspect of war. Tharawaddy designed I to leave his capital for Rangoon on the 6th September; and it was supposed he would reach it by the midlle of October. His attendants, who in the previons ac couits wvere 'sjated at 7,000, are now travelled to 200,000, and it is said that one-half-of them are armed. His inten tions in inoving down into the more immediate neighbourhoodl of our posi tions, with so large a host, are yet on. tliscovered. That he was not long since very pacifically inclined,'and considered a war with tihe English as the one thiing to be avoided. will not admit of a doubt. The last war has taught him that all the resources of tlie empire, in men, money and incantations, had been unable to prevent the advance of-the English to the capital; and he was utterly repug nant to the idea of trying conclusions a second time with them in the field. The present movement, however, is inexplicable. Whether it be that he considers th...

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Geelong Price Current. GRAIN. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

S Gaeenli PriccCurrent.' llheat, per hushel. ..;..n.... o n to o; n tllt epeer. bushel a'.; ,.'i....o 1 )o-- O 8 (Outs "cr buiis/itt 7 :.:; :; -' - ai . S" BarleU, per bushel.P • ... .. o o.-- o £5 Fllour?,firstpecr ton ......... 03 o .0--8 n - - sec;t id -.. .....-'... 1 ' 0 25' la, ptr ton .+....a.....a.. u a o"-o V .. 'nBU iLDIo"G MitAT'Ell ^ :I- , Bricks, per thouaoald ..'. 1 o o -l' i' --.delivered per thousand.. ,1". I --a n luHardtaood Boatrds, per 100 feet o Io - 5 Qua3r tering, per 100rj t. ... o : 18. .- T i Bottens, per 100 feet ;........ 3 18 ; - I 5 Sbhlngles, per'thouant" ;.:;.; n la'?a - 1 I'i Palog, broud, per huI-rid'.. d ]n a - I a -- aarrow, pter' hundred,..'. I?. 0n-. o a ('edar deal,, per' t .......' a ~ - o a PIne, per foot ........... o - a?lls, per lb.' ..;....r......"'" "' : 0o--. *,,i r PIRlITS, C;. (IUrTy PAID ) <.. Ale, in bottle, per do-en; a...b l e. to a 15ii Porter, per dozen ..........;:, o 1Y r.- o JS II'rid r,ry ncr galtoua.........'ti- ...

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Geelong Retail Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

QGoelong Retail Mlarket Price?s Bread, per 4lb:loof...;...... o 1 St0o o. Hee, per.lb.... .............. o o - o .o Multtr, per l'b. ............. o o 4 . o Beitter, fre.thirr'lb ..; ..... 'u "2 3"? o 9 Cheee. Eunglih, ,per I .....1 oa o -- o o - JDutch,. perb ....;..... is' 1 0 0 no' -- (,loniul, per lb;...?...U . u a U -: · · Eggs, pea:,dozn ............'. o 0 3 Iluro',per Lb................ o I o - 'Potatoe., per cwt.".......... o 19 o - ii?a-4 lea, per It. .... ............ o .b o- o 6 Coffee, ground, per. lb...;..... o' 1- 8 o ',2 Sugar, loaf, per l............ u 0 a ao I ---- moals, per lb... ......... o 4-- o Milck, per quart..;...;.. ... o o 6-- o o dodp, tper l b.............. o o o o ·--'a ;~nd ql:s m'Ui;1,? t.? ..?.'.;-~. q +?o" C --+ of?(i"

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 February 1842

BIRTH. On Saturday last, at South Corio, Mrs R. H. Marr, of a daughter.        

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A GOOD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

A GOon STonY. - One day, a sturdy peasant in the'envirns of ,vreux was at wuork in the fields amidst storm and rain,;:'nd,, Went home in the evening, thoroughly tired and drenched to the skin', lie was met at the house door by his lovibg wife, who had been at home tili day.: My dear,' said she, ' it has been raining so hard that I could not fetch water, and so I have not been able to:makeyou. any soup. As you are wet through,..! shall be obliged to you to fetch. e ia couple buckets of' water; you wiil not get 'any wetter.' The ar. gument was striking; so the man took the buckets 'nd: fetched some waler fromthe .well, which was at a consider able distance.' On reaching the house he found his: wife comfortably seated by the fire.; , there, lifting one bucket after the itherhe poured both over his kind ind' cosiderate partner. ' Now, wife,' .said'he'" you are quite as wet as 1 am, so you may as well fetch water yourself;. you can't get any wetter.' There, was a fellow in the Far West s...

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WAKLIKE APPEARANCES. PORTSMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

A.W ALtrCt APEPCtiANCES. PoQrs¢MOUTII.-The number of ships fittiiig. for sea, and the general call for seamen 'to man them. is greater than we ever recollectl-certaitily quite equal to 'anything of theisortdnring the late war. The whole neighbourhood of thlie Dock; yard' and Cnmm.oni Hard prsents the ap peara(lce of one cotitinuous placard. Every ship has its bill or placard-and as though this were not enough, the. Ad mirally has.caused one to be ex hibited at the dock.gates, which to a sailor has, all'thfe appearance of a ' round robin? -no less than eigait'een or twenty ships: being enumerated as requiring hands. :The placard" alluded to is a notice to: ordinary. seamen1 laqdsmen, and stout boys, who are infurmed, thlit they may' have employmenit in any of the ships .dnumerhited, or may be eitered for, ' general s:ervice.' ,Those" who have been en'gaged in boats, barges, or small craft are particularly invited. Yet amid all this, we are: assured .on good autho. rity that men are s...

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FOREIGN! [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

: ' .hio " tF() I G z.t 'ei i. Fr Ii'cellhas set tieuxiiimpleof reducing heri?-nival i fore inthe Mtlediterrangan;,and the ?ther powers are expected :tofo!low tiee xiixmp. . it -appears that an ex.- tensive con spirpcy exists In Fraice. carrie 1 on by li'cet?,""nio:ities,t uhderi different' 'views, biti all wiilihsoie. end-the overthrow: of the existing, government. .Thie, lionte, of, lyonis, given some curittus (ixplanations frelative to the 'arirett'of person .'i St EIliite for m'anufal'uii' n red a aiblue rlibbons. N ffewer thaiir ight'y.tiO twi' dels or sleritcdies f 'stish e'eectloil "of the tomb of Napoleon , ljde ?ben addressed, by as maunyy .rtists, to,the director of tihe nRoyal School of Fine Arts, .INSURRECTTON IN PA?tN. - Mardrid, Oct.?1O.-Tho part of the grand military conspiracy against the liberties of Spain, which was to have been enacted in stadrid has proved a signal failtie. The result leaves one in doubt whether to admire moLt the baseness and wicked ness of the ...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

; .-..: ...E. I NGLAND. Tho Colonial Gazette, in noticing our Governor s blunider about the bounties, :says-?.Sir "Gorge 'Gipps appears to ihiave Ibpen g?l"rltyto coin a n'ew phrase, ?of'k;?'G,,RV'l',' !::; * G-WLL.". .... :: SiThe- Messrs Montelore of London have :paid fitl-y per;cent. oftlheir debts ; and inol'ears are entertained of their ultimate. soli en , y i . i'ti. .reported :that Lor(d lyndhurst will 'rsign ' 'e s'eais, and 'that Sir W: SFolletLt ill be apnpoiinte'd his suo'ces sor. i : ... *drd1tMgorpethi lies subscribed £1000 towurDi the promotion of the Natioiul. System of Lducation,in.Ireland. SProfessor ilsonr and ,Mr Dickens are on the eve of visitinn America. '-The Very Rev. G A; S 'lwyn hais-bp en conspcrated IProtestant Bishop of New' SZ klain d. ., '1 - . *- ;.. . The Hight Honorable William Lord Heytesbury ,has been appointed Gover. nor of the Isle of Wight. A' Mr Fraser, the proprietor'of ' Fraser's 'Iagazine" died on the 4th October. Four buHidnr'drde "inenilbe...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

.VESSELS EXPECTED. _ =FROt LONUn0 , 13nnifries ?inclhntnlrres? 291, ChIeyInc lenry;- 41c. \Valniscy, via, Latnceston, (arriv ed thiee,-itjured. Juno; stentmer, Ifi, Spenrs, at-thle Cnpe, disabled Jean Crnhamtc, 2, T;hlitornton;l,Saltemll er 20, Tltdv- Margnll et, 30 tltis, Bli udge innter Loady Ketilltaway, ship, 750,wltll w ml'r ntl, June 8 Atfnrpitret. via Launcestonn, ty sail llth July. Main. spoken with at sea ()rieltt, 2ndi August I'1ntina, llcelmber 10. -IicIhtrd -hunt 1. harque, 250?,I.tongrilge, via Loauce It. Wetlh;, 043, M'Lachilnn ILetlollrce;'I th iJly . " .saitlt, 8th J l y . Seppings, 20thl November 'I\ll[,ans ales; ith July 3wII Sistel-,. oailed t\'V nderer, 1st J.tiutiry] York, 5th Augst' - r:? I';Falo tV tt o t , . Sihtets, with emigrants PROM 'CRENOCKC. Ionn, 393 Ins King Henry. Drytitle,;spolkei at aen. Trindlad, hod. sailt LOSS OF AN EMIGTA 1~ SIiP. ; LYster day acrotints tariived at Lloyd? ;sbf thew i eck of ' LUraia, 0a emigttit shi belIonliig toI itc rpool, ' ...

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THE TABLES TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

T f, ! TH;.ALE ,TUrlNED. For a considerable time after the for. malion of the coloniesof South Australin and Port Pliillip the shipping;trade was busy andi-prosperoos, cargo nlter cargo was sent from this colony to'our neigh hours: the vessesk retorning' in ballast. We rinw observe by the Custom House repor'ts 'rthat thoe vessels' f'omn those settle'ments,-. especially: Port: Phillip; bring, us. cargo'after cargo ofsheep and cattle.for the -butchers, returning there with ,little more thanl, ballast:. When eithlira inuintry 'or a colony begins to expoirt, her prosperity is apparent ; it is, therefore, cliar'tlint the Phillipiahs h'ave got the bull by the horns, and are in,the fair course of realising. the.rewaid of their toil and iridustry. Butiwe may. ?Le p'ermitted to eriqiire how.this revo lntiori of export and import is, to affect this colony? ' I fAuoiralia, Felix is only paying thei debt she 'has'' contracted here'i so lar good'as~ respects the in dividuils. :iealisilig payment...

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THE SETTLERS, THE PROTECTORS, AND THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

¶ HE SE¶ TLr RG, THE PR`OTECTOR5, AND) - L1EqI'[3L-Z CKS ! FIT IA -ith gryaot Fplasuro wc ·Ib tir e ii otir rendersthiei ollowing oxtratcL of. a do~spntch Lwh1ich aiovides ((;r the rnore; spitd y end ,eneprgetic. pmnichmeit. ;ofi "the' Blacksa ;when guihy of theft orot t. rage and v'hich arnnot fail to lInve the effects of- pcng ol r reltions with them upon a firmer footing. _.: Extract of a despatch from the. Secretary of State for the Colonies to Goveinor SirGorge Gi?ps, dated :: DWNItv G STistinT, 1 1 - th August, 1841;. cc In occurren'ces of the nature rep ibrtid "i your flispatch nowb efore me; the course for you. to pursue, would be to se-nd an Assistanit Protector to the Abboigine, arid 'require ithem to deliver up for?trial any one- or more ''of' their number who might be idhntified by a settler complaining of an attack or loss ,of proper ty; Should they. refuse.,to give up the offenders, they will? then render -themsclveMs liable to 'such"pro ceedings as those aduipted by. ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

VAN DIEJ1PENS LAND. 'I'T, insurance on,; tle Paul 'Pry- still mWlinues to. lhe nmal.ertofe di?u?ýput.;' the ciompantv stillrefuseP to refund, atid a sir w tr ial i ttIks'd of, 'the Cortnwall .Clhironicln newspaper ndil thu luI.?uticeston -Commerciul --Ex thlnge sire t11 lie sohilid hy ?itlti??i Mlr lto s who ub'scondedsome titihtlhs o, tnoild who wa is nl jiP'hnilt)ird ittq1tiani lliver; has h' n' 'tamnined, t1 l fully. S.mitit'd to tak ( ' iffstrIim ; . INI tv A1. M tI )1614 -rTl8 Co) 111 S.... jcvi- d Ihe i"ttune' ti ed " dfor are :loud In their praises Fof =a new medicine, alled ' Brandy. and Salt, beinga a.solution of (he latter in' the former, usOd either exterinlljy?r in. t. rnally. WiV mnu?fhear a5n vast dicul of unex'ceptionable eviden ce before "we cai join in its 'praise.

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LORD STANLEY AND THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

I.ORD~-STANLEY AND TIIE COLONIES. A general impressionappearsto gain ground that the Tpries will bring.about some radical change in the method-of managing th'e colonies but whether such clihan shall' bo fdt good or for evils reimains `still' to discovei ed.' It is sdid by some -that. legislative and municipisl rigtits will be lbestowed upon the "colonibd, to an xitent not hithertb anticipated, but we cannot believe that the dominant party is likely to be guilty° of such - an : un-tor? -lik'e proceediig: We are afraid that tlhree is more trdth in thefreol'ohwwing f uriiur, whit h md de its appearatice in *tlie co luiins :of the Morning Ilerlid --? It will probablylhe deemed desirable' to make somen change in the mbde by which the'affair' of the colonies:are no.a ministered atl home, and which everyi colonist in the British empirei mniot anxiously desires. The frequen't ih'an'ges in the department gqf olonial Scieretesily. reiider it dyvmsiiatile to fo m a riesponsible colonial iourd ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

NEW ZEALAND. The sheep soent from- Port Nicholson fo Nel:on .ettlement are reported to l~ae icJicreased itr weight froni: 40 to G3 Ibs. Tie qunntity of available land at Nel tin. has been grat ily ovcrsialed. STuiir :M.. loites. " show "the dtannier Ots preedicament .ri' iýhich .the Anglo h euP.gZealanil.rs tar ' -plhiced,' in their lenalik'is ivith ' i th Abori;ihes,' we. ieed only'quote the noln:owing indirect avowal from the New Zealanid Gizetl(e?-" Ve are. nawar of diticulil I;s in niforcing the law againsit the maories hbutithey musi l.e.ir appled witr.h nd '.nve.ro!nae; and tintil ith experimonti hts been' fairly nried and failed, we will not believe hat n .iirdoa police flr.e" cdnld not rFevent the mnpriis from meddliig wiith he district net apart liy tihegovernment or public p~rpoi." So sure ai. such a ?iensutre is attremptelt,+ so sure will.the eanriesn coninlence na wai. of dxpulsion ainst- the ihuites .. Mr Moleswo'rt ' is iligeing hi'pontatoi mrop, no' th Ntt: lie has tb...

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THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842

Let ers ,lmnvei been .ractivye : from 1Major M .rcer anninouncin": the s?leps takeniby h'iim forrocuring tho pinions of scie it fic m''n regspcrting ethe practi} cability of removing the bar at the entrance, to :ouri harbour. The next ship from Ttngilarnd will probably bring, the decisive;?opinion of theojudges to whose examination the particulars r's pecting :the bnr were submitted Thee devotedness "of , Mjnor :Mercer-to' the :int~sts of this district must comm-and: the respect nd uratituiide of is iinhabi. rtants, arid'e tru?? t that- ei will yet returnr , and become :a witness and siarer of its lfuture prosperilty. It is this we4ek our psinful_ dutyto announce th death of Mr Uenry Tyssen, solicitor: H e xptred yesterday morni;ng, shd the funeral "will tikle `pl- hithii arte rinon at lono'clock" iock He. haslef an extensive clrie of intimnate f iends to. regret hliis los and indeed tihe ifl.ic ion ia felt more or less + by every:m m er of ur sinall dcoinmnnity, Previotis to his il...

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