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MIDDLE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
The inhabitnnts of Parramat.ta are Slamorous for a better supply rof ater.. 'Th" road to New ELigland is-pro ,gre4'ine rnpil Iy. The inhabitan?s of Port Macqunrie are snolt raising a steamer to ,ply on the liver llastings. Aln .,horig;nal black murdered his jin JItely in the neighbourlhood of Maitlia d no?ier circonmstallciii of the most cold blooded atrocity. .He managed to iffect his eSCape-. The Female I i?tmiFrants' home is fetting on posperoN.? Since its com. mienClmieni 735 ynoufg women have been provilde.d with situatiolns, 'lh:'institu tion is clear of debt. . The niounnt ?.lepiostsl in the New fo,,th Wales Savtiln Bank is upwards of 1.170.000. The Iibrary of the Sydney Mchar~nic' Institute. which ,tas on-boaid the('Aus tralin wheni dcetro yed. liv'fire;was iir iired io its full value, and will speedily be r,.placer l.'. ... '.ie 9th iregiment is to'relieve the 2ith. whichrproceedt to Chm.a The whole ?nmount realizeidl it the slierifT's sale of MiY' iteistrair 1antiaing prop...
MELBOURNE CONSTABULARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
` MELBOURNE (,ONSTABIULARY.,--: Police lMaigstr;te; in general appearp to haive ai stronig sympattihy with the dregs t of th'e : onstabulary. " This. fellow, feeling makes: them..wondrous; kind," and leads them to ia beliefi Fii their own asni eiach other's infallibility. Magistitits are ioo freqluetly i the mere toiols of their owni peity oliders , this arises' from sth.er indolence, arid a tickct-ofleave constyible may; if'he tahk'e the trouble,-virtually becomie the AcTr snoo police magistrate... : Our attention has been called to this subjiecby tIhereport of the- outrigeoyus conduct of the cnstiabulary oit the ra ce course at Melibourne, and the arrest of Mr Gourlay for crying 'shame' wlen he saw the constables ill-use their:vic tins We havo noit room for a report of the proceediangs at the police officce, which ended :in,;the committal of Mr Godrlay ; shfli e it to s tiytit tiey w vre • . . ; .. . . - :- ?P --+++ more ridiculous than; any thing of the. kinld tht ever tonic p1-c...
PONY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
·P0 WY ·STATrE.I·~;8.-. -,;r; ·(2 son., enchl, YQ yOVs'aiT*d,~ frpr) orses u0Ier. I 4~lilliiid '. MAr Porvc·s's gig.: Sjlio Mlr Wdltonr'5 ~gi g Sk*4'etor Jackr' M~r i.wJrtL's hlin. ILZyIlah Nir Ca mpRhfl~s~b. Nirnh jepizi Mlr lRo6son' g.g Ir~wa The Rev. Mr Gryll inrrived,.on the 26th ult. in"thlle' linmalayh from iEgliand. lie w lriromtain iri the neighbourhood of Melbourne until the reeipt of- the Bishop's ultimatum respecting the living of St James,'s. The HIoni; Dutid; . M,urray has taken .his departure for ? rnglanil, where he intenidsto write a liook- on th. colbny. .and then to return to this provinice. The R\ev. Mr:Ol'n., previous tdo his departure for nelarinil wason .Ionday evening last, met by a, numberof lis former flock, w'ho presented him wftit a testimonial of their re.pect-and affec tiotn. NM r Orton was unable fro?ninildis position to make an oral reply.i lie em barked for Englandtlon thb followitgi day, bearing .with hirh the regrets alnd good. wishes of all who kin...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
AnnRIvAk. Feb.-27 - EiSGULU,, bn-rue,. Hunter: naiter, from Plymouth via Alelboursie, withi 10 bounty irnmigrants. Ma?rch '2 A srt RA?steamermiLawler master, frI,,T 1elbhourne . rt-A ut R AS1 A,steamer, Lawler master, Feb. 28-ArPHRASIA,_ulcamer, Taaler master, forCMleJbnaurne. illsrch I-Af!O'NA, ehiooner, Blackl h,'n inmaster, frot:Hoblart Tow?,?i ith 300o 1 0. 1 O . A ,bri w". a.ter' tas ter, for London via?lelbou rne, witlli , 0 bales 3- FAPIIRASIA, stenmier, Lawler master, for f1elbairt. RG?:'G:UIUS baltlie, Hunter master, for Mclbournti..;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
??'TR'/ACHAN & CO, will Purchase or k_ Advnnce oni WO.)LS of this Sea. st'n's clip. (:eelong, No tumber 1. 'WOOL,a r?'1H. R undersignedtvwill advance on S Vool." Tie nr'fi-arces. will.be ri:ide in C,ssll,nidelivtery.. "- A. THIOMSON. 'or 'Laondon, to load at Geelong ST'1 HE first-class BARQUE C. G. H rLL, comniander. will meet with iuick despatch. Fiir Freight or Pas e.,le. her accommnodations being of an .iiperior order, apply tothe commr nder ot board, r to " . ST RACIAN & CO... For, London., ("o Iond at William's' Town and =Point S .-THE ifine' ?lritishbuilt Barque /A , 328 toni,' PATTrEstoN commander, ill "nmeet with quick despatch, having the .reatcr part of her. cargo engaged ; her accommodations for passenger -are ,ulueiior. Aplly. (q CAMPBELL & WQOLLEY, orto CRAIG & I1tROADFOOT. r~T~ SIEP.PA"RD begs to in-: a o' form the inhahita iLns of GeOlon-;: a:ud vicinity that he has just .received, My. Sultan, from Isodcdon,, THIl tiNDeitMENTrlONED AITI...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
MELB I3OIIRIN SFIIPPCNG. Fe b;: 20- Elln and l?li:zab bi, schooncr; Robe~rts, fo m P.orli d ray 2?-r Illnalaya, stil,, Birn, fiom London anid Plymouth, ¶vi Iih pinsscngei s and 182 iS bounti iinmigrnits.. &lt;:, 28-Corsair, steamler, Bell, from L'auin- cestoni. - : 28gPatihfiider, 11fetcalf, froofm :lodoini idcr:n PIviohi;, :iii 'iiierchad ise sand "20 calibiriiind slceriage passengers. M 10arch 5-- Eigle, baique'; Bulckley; frnom J ondoni, 'itlh m'ichlindise arnd passeiers. CI.FtRED OUT, Feb 2rG Sir Jolin F"?aikldin sclooner, Jmilri for Liiriceston >20 G--Sarah, baiqne,-Edmnonds, for nldia." 26-Jamsn's, lniqne Todd; Ffo iLoindon, vi:ih.i,161 bales tcol' and i' tois iniinosa 20-Phaianlcm blrig, Miller, for Launces MRillehl, :- ?iater 11 itch,? r~cooier, Tad oiMiri r A icilhindi, New Zealaiid,'w ith 200 bushels wheat aidoll bullocks. 4-Corsair ;stcni·nr,'cBell; for launces ton.
Geelong Price Current. GRAIN. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
GD.Cjol.o21,. :Ti'ce CurTjnt. 11~~~~ ~ Sel Ie Sale .0A01 MuI. een~r Tlioghet ;....'. o~ 7.~no 0 0 Oats 7cC erbauhlt .;·.. . 0i'.·-- ( Ralcp, er bailgl .;.;... o·7, Ftl,n,',su rst. per Ion,. . 0...3 ii ,,-28 0 ---sri, ud . 111....... I o jo--'5 nl: - . UIL1)17t ~u1TEIt1AL8. ZBrickzs. pcr Ilrnaisard ... I· t 4o I15 d- relloored,l~, jJCI strnl;h~h.. 1 1nI ~~ Iurlardnood.Jitaard'i, per Ilo 'feel .o 18 ' - Qa, Nterluirg, per ·Iluafed .. o- 18 U 1 ~ R.Il ens,erlO per 13)0 feet . a.1 is o- J Shingr~les. per' thoursaflhl...... o 1 - I 1" I) Parlirg, lcroad, 7*er hundred.~ 1 0·· 0 1 5 ('edaor ,leat.. p~erJ,,oL ·....0 13 i B.- 0, 1) Anos, per lb.l ....;;...~ n ii-- ,· .- 3 sviiu's &,~j 8 (nuTY V.\1O )· Arle, 'ha bottle, t~·ieir oen'.. o I8 l:a:c;to~o I 1 'urlP6),ir,ler glaze,r.;;... :I~d~c--o I~i fliuncdy, per gar(llo i"".r Ginr, per gatt,,l,l .... A'n I 4~- l ·'itn'n, tlier. OIeuri 301',-.,, L'WI--: i ,',ntII'Jne,, ,lioeu .;...... .f j, o-2 5I Negir,,erl7'ad Ii,ito, p~er lb..:.; i-.'...
SCURRY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
O- CURRIY STAES.'A K (t %oyvP nspflSi bch- .0 svyc. nddpd ; 'last:., horse- to ?pay, second- hoiae' ? staki s .)'; :y . ... . Mr Ar tia)ll's br g Camnden.;,.... 1.. Mr Hintr.ls gr. g Mnmluake........ 2 'Mr ? nodrSrnss'sl f.mr. Buroness ..... .... Mr, I orves' i.b im.n Coleo ....;.......... 4 ; Mr l arin in li),. g S:Stpper... ..... ..... 5 rMr- lwairt's Peacoc; ......;;.......... ;
MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
:(25 Snverplgns added( to a Suwepstakes of :3 ovs. eiach, for all horses ihat have neirer won any prize :(matches PX( epted.) MTr fnoid rinss's ram Baroness ... 1. Mr Hu1,tiPr ` n. 3 i Mr R war.t's hr. h Prince Afllert:. 4 1 Mr : iValtnnri i }.g. MNlizzaron i..... :3 4 :Mr Oardiner'a b Il Goultlinder ... Dist.
THE DOG NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
THE DOG NUISANCE.' From' the Sydnie Herald, we learn. that ihe provisions of the Dog Act have at last beei nextended to the town of Geeloti g . The olficial announcemeit of the facthfias not yet, holi ever, been received?? 'IThe Act, in itself, is a highly salutIry one; ande ihopie that tihe local authri; rties will, by giving tiimely notice and instructions ielative. to: the registration of v :' aliel ahimals; prevent then act from ibeig tralsformed ifto ai masure of injustice
MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
1lOR.eTON BA'Y. - ronmii teiHunter River'Gczette't Wer lia beet" ftivored withithe follow., ih)" extrnett from a urivait letter written by nigent'lbman who soi tlime ago went overtniid .to" Moreton B 5ay. , As this. settlement is jn?t about to hbe thrown open to :the public, any information re specting it rannot fail to prove interest ing.to our resders. Moreton flay, Dec. 13, 1841. T tin not Iknow how to describtoo you the heauty of this place. .The.settle mniit is'ituntedl about twenrty-five miles; from the extremity of the hay, add fifty miles from the sea, occupying a dl?litit t li?i'i osition 'on ' the n ortl r sidle "'of ' beoutiful .river, much lanrger thtn the H-unter` after its junctioni with the Wil linm.; f It 'is' my opinion, as well as'the opitiondof meny others, that here will be the most flourishing town int New South Wales,. When itis thrown open oln 'will see what at ru.sh there will be to thi: side. Il hlav just. red a letter from :Mr _---, of Windsor, wheretin he ...
MELBOURNE AGRICULTURAL SHOW PREMIUMS AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
MELBOURLN E AGRICULTURAL SHOW PIREMTUMS AWARDOD. BORSES.-- east iuportedi b ood'stallion --Messrs Watson and hnter ; best iin ported draught stallion-.Mr Carmichaelh best colonial-brel blod, stallion ??ý' r Jamieson ; best colonitil-;jbrd driaught stuioion-Mr Pur'vJs. " MAntiEB..-Best imported blood mnare S"r Purves'; best driaught minre;Mesisrps W.?tson and uinter, ailnd Capt. Smythie. ' u?I~S;.:-Best imported Duiham bul. Mr Thomson;. best imported' bdll of anyl reed M Tiomsnn -best colonial bred hal-I Mr Coopier. £f TT E..iqt impnrterd Durham row -Messrs Bolden_ best imported Ayr shire cow - Mr Carmicbhel best im ported cow :of iny breerd-.Messrs UnI den ;. Iest colonial tbied cow - Messrs Witson and Hiniter?? t- l-leir an.=-i3est- pen ofo five colonini bred heifers under :three yeas old-M-lr Conper. . \V's Ar,.--Best three bushels of wheat of this sensiioi'sgrowth- 11r Coulstock. Water Melons- ??~r den. Vege tables-Caiptný' Smythe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
Sheop for Solo. SOOD CLEAN SHt .EP for Sale, on'moderate terms, in quantities to suit purchnsers, apply to -GEORGE RUSSELL-.. Clyde Cdmpany's Station, Grelrint. 1st March, 1812. S O1 SALE,, : AT GRIAY'S STORIE,; .. SIXTREN THOUSAND feet of TI[MBE1R. conmprising- Hoards Battepns S Qiuartering Joi't§ :lilf.-inch feather."dgedl ?oards. WANTED. .. PERSONS. willing to contrnact to dig ..R CPllnr, 56.feet long. 16 feet. wide, nd T fe'etdeep, arid to cart away the rubbisi, may- apily to WILLIAM GRAY. Corio Street. To the rrionds of Tiouth. /J R. SiTEWAllT hegs to intimate that hii Lectiore on FEducntion is un. nvoidably postponedt until l'uesdaty the 16th instant, 'l'ickets of ndmissiou may be had at the Printingi Ollice. Corio, 'Ith Mlarch. ..:.. , :A. LVY. ?1 GS to isnform the Inhabitants of Geelong and itsrvicinity, and the Public in genera, that he will open, this day, at his' Niw.:Store,' oprostrs THE COsIMMERCAr l O'"ErL, CORIO STREET, one of the most splendid assortments ol Goolds e...
PETITION FOR A REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
PETITION FOlR A. ItPRESENT-ATIVRE .s GOVER'4MEN '. .A :Meeting., wais helil .itt '?ydiey for the pt pose of ePpres ing thie opilion of th e ctcoloytln the question of txaxitOio rod representation ?.iThe followinig peititon was proposed - by C aptaini O'Connell ?; Iut throu h'the factious opposition of iMrr M ,Dermott in? the Radical rinterest, anid aMr Ker ble in the Tory. interest, the me'itig was di solved befre eohn iii . to any coi nlusion on the subject To the Honorable the Commons, &c SIbhait, yoU rfI?etitioners form a panrt of a Lonmuiumty of free fBritish subj ets, more titan thalf of whom are i't identt i r seventeen towiships, ý'tmountig.. itt number,, at'the censut if; flat year; to upwards.of a hundrid ;dhoubsand" 'lsous to w;hich. there; hlalve4?since.= been an'iddedd by births and emigration, several tl;houl sands more; :2.: hat the aggregqa property of .hish community, movetibte'and itimmiveable, is estimated at the vilue of irotlless- than thirty millions ite...
A DUEL IN GALWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 7 March 1842
A DUIEL IN GALWAY. Froml Charles O'Malley, As thel boatmen pulled in towards the shore owe perceived, a few `hundred yards off, a grouupof persols standing, whom um e 'soon recognized as oponniis. * Chanrly,' said -the Count, grasping my arm lighily ,as I ntood up to spriug on` the..land. Charley, altkho'. you are only:i a 'boy 'as I may say, I have no tear for 'your courage',- hbuilt:. still more thln that is ineedlful:li here: ''This l3ddklan is a inoted duelisit a;nd "will try to shula yournerv?, Nowi;, tni nd that. yojl: take e;-e'. ery. thing, th' ha::pliipens quite with an 'air .of indif'erence?---dontli let him:think, thauthe liha any advantnge over you. aild yoi'll see hov.lthe tablie w1ll .he turuiod iII your' favotrr ' Triur it'to me, Count ',said .i- l'i not d.lagric yi t,'. ' i ,i .,press di.: my hlnridy .titLhitlyj, a;nd I thouglht that`:.l discerned .somenthig like ?a slighti twichi?ibo'utthe corners dr his' grim':muo'uh, ,asi Fsonme :suddei ind ipainful thought' hail ...