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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. OCCUPATION LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

SOUL H AUSTRALIA. - OCCUPATION LICENCES. Commissioner of Crown Lands Office March 25. 1846. The fdllowing persons having made 'ap plication Licenses, the descriptions of: the runs, claimed now lie at this office.for, the inspection "of any persons concerned: John Bradford.-On the River Finnis. William Slater.-Adjoining the Wakefield Survey. . Edward Castle.-On the eastern bank of. the Murray. . Neil Black. -Rivoli Bay district. Donald 1lack.-ltivoli Bay district. Robert Lawson.-Rivoli Bay District. H.B. and B. H..Huges.--On the Rocky River R. F. Newland,-On the RivcerLiht. H. R. Wigld~y;'.Oi the left bank of the M urriy. Christian Jaensch.-1. On the,. Sixth Creek.l ' 2. 'Between the. Bremer and Murray.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

INDIA. ;Ve extract' the following from the, Bengal Hurkaru of the 29th November, as it will serve to give an idea of the position of parties prior to the late out break in the Punjaub : "* We begin tofeel i lively interest in the news: from; tie' North'West, and of which our respected cbntemlipoiary of Delhi is so successful a caterer. In the Gazette of the 22n1d we find some stir ring intelligence 'frdm both sides of the Sutlej,'where:matters seem'to be rapidly approaching a crisis. The Seiklhs are evidently alive to the' dan er which threatens them, and iare makihg 'prepara tions to meet it half .day, if not to rush upon it at'once, !large: bodies of 'troops are ordered towards the Suttlej, and some of them have, it is said, actually started in that directidn?i The" troops seem greatly excited at 'the' prospect odf march iung to the frontier, aid 'are disputing: as to wllici of thei :sliilF: cross' the river. They say that. whn' tle. order is given they'will move with :such' rapid...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

::SYDNEY. TILE MURDERS BY THE BLACKS AT. THE BELLINGER.-Yesterday morning the ctitier George; Captain Taite, arrived from the Bellinger River, and brought the followitim particulars respecting the murders committed in that district iby the native blacks: .Abotit the 17th ult., a child belonging ito.Thomas Wood, a sawyer, went out to gather wild straw berries;, and soon after returned home in a fright, stattihig that she had seen Mrs Devlin yintg very still in bed in the ihut where she antd lier` husbanll lived. In consequence of wwhich Woods went to the liut, and found M'rs Devlin murdered in bed; and also obtained sufficient evidence to induce tIim to believe that she had been murdered by tile blacks. Several of the children living -about the place subsequently stated to Woods how they had seen the blacks behaving, while-Mrs Devlin was walking about the place.- On searching near the sawpit where Shean -aud Devlin had been at work, their bodies were found covered over: with a -luant...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

;hhppiug 3ntcttigente. G E E L u N 0. CLEAnED OUT. April l4.-flavid, srhooner, Bowden. master, for sUobnrL Town. Passenger-?Mr "M 'Shane. UCrgo-4O bheep.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAHITI AND HUAHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

IAHITI AND. HUAHINE. .. (From the Sydney Herald.) Thi? news from'those? islanrds is imri portant, as bearing upon the intentions of France, and the.probable and future. condition of the natives. A corres pondent'delicts: ins strong terms the' proceedings of the attack upon Hua hine;, and details the :particulars of the noble defence'madoe ty the natives, assisted as 'they seem to have been, by some sailors: of the "of, Anglo Saxon blood." It would appear that the aggression at this island was made in opposition to an agreement entered into between Sir.; George Seymour and Governor Bruat, pre. vious =to the former leaving Tahiti. This arrangement, it will be remem bered, arose out of the disputes as to the sovereignty of Hnalhine, 'Raiatea, and Borabora, being. altogether sepa rate and distinct from Tahiti, and therefore not all affected' by the Pro tectorate of the French. For full par ticulars we refer. to the letters which follow. The affairs of Mr Consul' Pritchard remain in the ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

nJEL 3I U 1tN L. ARRIVED. April 14.-Ettrick, cutter, from King's Island. April 15.-Teazer, schooner, from Adelaide. S CLEARED OUT. April 14.-Henry, sclooner, for Circular Held. April 14.-AMlry, cutter, for Circular Head. April 15;-Elliaubeb, schooner, for Circular Head. April 15.-Royal George, ship, Capt. Grieves, lor;-Loi?don. - Passengers- W. Verner, Esq., lady and family, Captain Reid, lady and family, Niss Mlinton, Miss James, Messrs'J. B. Were, Goodmin, Postlethwaite, S, Ewing, Brown, 3roiadburst, Innes, Hardy, M'Lean, Rowan, Jolin Henderson, an I liorncastle; intermediate, Miss Sparks, Mrs Murray, David Smilth, wife and family, J. M'Donnell, J. Campbell, WI. Tel ford, Johb I!:',lerwood, T. Stewart and wife, T. Cocking, A. Ewlng, J. Wilkins, and G. Myles., The Mail for Hobart Town, per David, will close on Monday afternoon next. Oe onSATURDAY, APb tis1 '. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1846.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

SVA N DIEMEN1'S LAN D. Another rumpus has taken place in the Legislative Council, which -has ended in the retirement -of Council. lors Reed. and Hopkins. It seems :that, at the very first meeting of the Council, they were called upon to do sonme dirty -work; in the:way of sanc tioning a loan of£7000 from one of the Banks; a step which the Governor had been compelled to take during the :time the Legislative-?Council ??was in :abeyance. . The- .following speech of Mr Reed will show the grounds upon ;which -lihe and Mr Hopkins left their seats: M lr Reed rose andt begged to' offer a' few remarks previous to the question being put. 1He did expect that after the sacrifice they had made by coming forward to rescue his Excellency from difficulties, .that some re spect would be paid.tu their feelings, and that such a measure as the present would not :be. brought so soon. But independednt of this, he thought the debt should not he' sanctioned by the Council; It wouild es tablish a most dange...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

Court of Requests. N OTICE is hereby given, that a Court of Requests for this district will be holden at the Court House, Curio, on Mlonday, the 4th day of May next..:.. All plaints must be filed on or before Saturday, the 25th April. ALFRED J. EYRE, Registrar. Court of Requets Office, Corio, 27th March 184i . Annual Licensing ioeeting. N OTICE is hereby given, that a Meeting of Justices acting in and for the District of Geelong will be holden at the Court House, Corio, an Tuesday, the 21st day of Aptril next, for the purpose of taking into consideration such 1 ppli. rations for Licenses as may have been lodged sith me at this Office, on or be:ore Tuesday, the rb day of April next, tinder provisions 'of die Act of the Governor and Council, 2nd Victoria, No. 18, of 1838. ALFRED. J. .EYRE, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Police Office, Corio, Alareh.l0tlt,1846. THIE LEGISLATIVE CO.UNCITl. PROCLAMATION. By his IExcellency Sir, George Gipps,- Knight, Captain General. aud Governor-in-Chief of t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAUTION TO VAGRANTS IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

CAUTION TO VAGRANTS IN THE BUSI.. -It has long been supposed that the laws respecting vagrancy were only in -force .within the limits of towns-;-but this is a great mistake, and it would be 'well ifa few examples were occasionally made, to.refresh the memories of offen ders in this respect. -One conspicuous example was made last week in the per son of a man named Isaac Sherrard, who was sentenced to three months imprison ment with hard labor, for wandering throughout the country as a .common rogue and vagabond, without visible law ful' means of support, setting fire to the grass, &c. This example should not be allowed to be forgotten, for we are con vinced that vagrancy in the bush is a still more fertile source of; crime than vagrancy in the town. SSif TIIomA MITc1re.L's Disco Veates-T'l'heAustralian gives a different version from the-Hearld of the progress of Sir Thomas Mitchell on his journey of discovery, and we are inclined to.think that the Australian is in theright.- ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

SYDNEY MARKIETS. _ Wheat has not been much received during the week, twenty-two loads only having paid dues, and a few coasting vessels have brought small cargoes. The price ranges from 5S. 6d. to 6s 2d. per bushel; a very fine sample of seed wheat realized 6j. 3d. per bushel wholesale. Flour, this article has been advanced £2 per ton, during the week, and ihe millers are now firm at £15 per ton, cash. Bran in demand at is 4d per bushel, cash. Bread, the price of bread has advanced Ad the two-pound loaf. -The price is now generally 4d.' -: : Oats appear to be still very scarce, those on sale, adapted for. seed, are re. tailing at 5a Gd. per single bushel. ' SBarley, there is none in the wholesale market; 3s per bushel would be readily obtained for good sound Cape barley. Potatoes from £4 10s to £7 per ton, wholesale-the retail prices are, from 5s 6d to 8s 6d per cwt. Fat cattle, the carcias butchers are giving from 40s. to f65 per head, the' latter being the price' for primne beasts...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

SPORTING INTELLIGENC E.- Proceed ings have been commenced by Caunt against the stakeholder for the fight for the championship to recover back his stake of £200. The action will be tried in the Court of Exchequer next term. On the evening of this day week a donkey was raffled at Mr Fernyhough's Hotel, Tranmere. The animal was pur chased by Mr Fernyhough at the late Birkenhead Fair, for five shillings; and, after the costly purchase had been made, somebody had the har'dihood to bet a wager of ten pounds that the new owner of the " Neddy" could no(procure one hundred subscribers, of one shilling each, to join in a raffle for him. The bet was taken ;'and the subscribers, who were upwards of one hunmdred in number, were, after the raffle, entertained at a supper, provided by Mr Farnvhough out ofttheAnett proceeds. The donk y, de corated with a cap and a profusion of red and blue ribbons, occupied an ele vated position at the back of the Chair man during the evening. - Liverpool Albion, 2...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE GOVERNOR'S MINUTE ON RIVOLI AND GUICHEN BAYS. Government House, Adelaide, 18th March, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

/SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE GOVERNOt'S MINUTE ON RIVOLI AND GUICIIEN BAYS. - Government House, Adelaide, 18th March, 1846. On my arrival in South Atlstralia, I learnt from Governor Grey, that he eon tenimplated proceeding to RIivoli Bay, for the :purpose of laying out a township there, in order to afford to the proprie tors of sheep in that district, facilities for the shipment of their wool, within this -district, inetead of sending it to' Porland fiay.; and :for the purpose of. mtkirig: 'arrangements for, the transmission of letters through that country. His services being required elsewhere, those duties devolved on me. I accor dingly proceeded to Rivoli Blayin January last, in the Government cutter Lnpwing, commanded, by, Captain Lipson,, i.N., the Harbouri Master, and attended by Mr Burr, thle Deputy Surveyor-General; and I have caused a small township to be laid.out'at Rivoli. Bay, on the spot sutgggsted'by Governor Grey. On vievw of the chart of the coast, wiih, reference to the pr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
'THE TIMES' ON SQUATTING. To the Editor of the "Times." [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

THE TIMES' ON SQUATTING. To the Editor of the " Times." Sir--I have been in hopes that some person more practised in literary nsatters than myself would, ere this, have dissected and exposed the folly and tyranny contemplated by the New Waste Lands (Australia) Bill. I am no writer, but have had five year's experience in the wildest bush of New South Wales, and have no hesitation in saying, that if the Australian Waste Lands Bill be car ried, it will sooner or later be the ruin of every respectable squatter. The fact is, the Colonial-office have been legislating with an ignorance of everything except a highly civilized state of society; and their rules for the wild lands of Australia are only suited to the heaths and common lands of Great Britain. Their notions are drawn front Arcadia; they fancyfthat a settler has only to set his stock to feed, and then sit down with a crook in his hands and a pipe in his mouth, and then grow inordinately wealthy by the increase of his flocks and he...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMAN VERSUS SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

GEltlAN vensus SOUTH AUS'TRIALIAN WOOL. As I presume any well-intended and use ful suggestions wil. always find admission to your columns, I will trouble you with a few brief remarks as to the possibility of bringing South Australian wool into in creascd estimation among the English buyers of German wool. in the sale ofwhich I happen to have been formerly interested. It has often been remarked that the Ger mans bestow more pains in the housing of their wool than any other nation. To a certain extent this assertion may be. cor rect. Indeed as fir as housing goes, we are willing to give them full credit for in creased care, but in the term housing some latitude must be allowed. And lest the word housing should he thought ambiguous,.'Lwill now explain the sen?se in which.this term is applied. Hous ing sheep in'German economy implies the shelter afforded.to the whole of the flocks by night. It isusually resorted to, and itis fromij this precaution, chiefly, that our northern wool-grower...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARBOUR-MASTER'S REPORTS. Port Adelaide, Feb. 17th, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

IIARBOUR-MASTER'S REPORT. Port Adelaide, Feb. 17th, 1846. SIR,-I have the honor to forward, for the inspection of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, a report on the capabilities of " Rivoli" and ' Guichen" Bays,'from a suivey of which I have lately returned. " Rivoli Bay," lying perfectly open to south-west, is unfit for affording proper shelter to square-rigged vessels. Small craft may, if well found-in ground tackle, take in cargo, but' I fear it will be diffi cult to. ride there with the wind from N.W. to S.W. It would:be expedient' for vessels trading to this .bay to lay down. stont moorings, as it would be found extremely inconvenient to'weigh heavy: anchors, owing 'to the strong ground swell and shoal water. "- Guichen Bay" is sitiated ten or twelve miles south of "Cape Jaffa,'" or, as it is sometimes called, " Cape Ber nouilli." It affords a safe anchorage in serurity against every wind, and throws from the south point, called " Cape Doin bey," anl extensive ledge of roc...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

7AlES Di1IsACR7EADY1 H AVING nabsconded from my service, any person hiring him,or in any way bhrhuur ing him, will be prosecuted. height 5 feet 7 inches; Complexion, fair; Eyes grey; flair, dark ; had on when he left, a blue Shist and light Trousers. P." PHILLIPS, Corio-st., Geelong. £L aeward. L OST from the Little River, a Bay Colt, four white feet, a flourishing P on the off shoulder, and another brand on near shoulder; star in forehead. Any person who will bring the said horse to Messrs North and Grass, Little River, or give snch information as wvill lead .to his recovery, will receive the above reward. Sale by Auction. AMR. A. LEVY Will sell by Auction, on TUESDAY the 21st instant, at one o'clock, pm. at the Stores of lMr Hoyle,: r HE Remainder of his STOCK, consisting of Wines; spirits, &C &c. Tel ms at sale. Geelong, 14th April, 1846, - Important Sale of 3212 Clean Ewes, and 291 Young Wethers. BEAR AND SON. Have been favoured with instructions to sell by publi...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 April 1846

- MECBOURNE. Or, Tuesday morning Wm.W Dobson,:Iate chief mate of the: barque Kestrel, commit ted to -gaol for two months upon a charge of assault, and Inine months for man slaughter ofatLascar, was liberated from prison,'His Exceellency Sir 'George Gipps having'in consequence of-the recommenda tion of M r Justice Therry, been pleased to remit the remaining portion: of both sen teuces. MR.: (j. AnIEDN. -This gentleman 'lhaa arrived in Sydney, . and may be -daily ex pected in Melbourne. The':last overland mail brings us the information that he had taken'his passage in'the Wave. Mr Arden hrings his lady with'him, having mairied'at the Cape on his passage out. Tri- CE~sus:-As far as can be ascertained from the census returns of the Western Port District, the following can be relied upon as a rough 'calculation of the popu lation .:- - Males .....:.................. 2513 :Females .......... ..:.? ;... 1,008 Total ................ 3,521 Nuniber of'houses-;315, of which forty are thatched....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 22 April 1846

To be Let. 1 (COTTAGE, in South Geelong, contain Lisg three rooms, and having a Kitchen detached. Apply to I nIMR. DRUMMOND, Geelong, Corio-street. 20th April, 1846. Notice. T HE; Public me respectfully informed, that ' after SUNDAY:nexr,no business. will be transacted at the Establishment of the under signed on Sunday Mornings. CULLEN & EDOLS. Geelong, April 20, 1846. Wanted Immediately. T ENDERS for the conveyance of about 2000 busliels of Wheat from the Farm of Messrs I-lighett and Haines into Corio. Teriders to be left at the Omfice of this Paper. Geelong, April 20, 1846. Mlortgage. £500 TO LEND, in sums varying in S amount from 60, £100, £120, and £130, at low rate of interest, on freehold property either in Melbourne or Corio. EDWIN MILLER, Commercial Chambers. April 15, 1846. Heritable and Leasehold Pro ' 1"' perty. F OR the convenience of Land and House •. P'roprietors who are absent from Mel. bourne, or are desirous of avoiding the personal 'interference or trouble....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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MELBOURNE SUPREME COURT. APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 22 April 1846

IMELBOURNE SUPREME COURT. APRIL 20. His Honor Mr Justice A'Beckett took his seat on the bench at ten o'clock, and proceeded to dispose of the CRIMINAL CALENDAR. Daniel Fehin was indicted for a crime at Belfast, Port Fairy, th'e particulars of which are totally unfit for publication. The jury after half an hour's delibera tion found the prisoner guilty. On being asked what he had to say why sentence of death recorded should not be passed upon him, the prisoner merely. replied that he hoped the court would extend some mercy to him. His Honor said, he would not pass the sentence of death upon him for this reason, that there was no probability of its being carried into effect, and he was always anxious to abstain from passing a sentence unless such was executed. This was the only consideration that in duced him to adopt such a course ; sen tence of death should lowever be re corded against him and he should be stnt out of this country to which he never would return, for which no man in ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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RACING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 22 April 1846

RACING EXTRAORDINARY. NEWMARKET, Thursday, 30th Oct. -This was considered to be one of the finest day's sports ever witnessed; and was distinguished by two dead heats between three horses in each race. The Glasgow Stakes, of 100 soes. each, h. ft. for two-year old colts, .8st. 71bs. Last three-quarters of R. M. (24 subs.) Lord G. Bentinck's Binnaicle. 0 1 i Lord Albemarle's Rodulphus .. 0 2 Lord Exeter's c. by Colwick, out of Mecca .... .....:..' O bolt Four, others started, buit were not placed. A more brilliant finish was never witnessed ; the j udge. unable to sepa-ate the three first horses, pro nounced it a dead heat between the three. The deciding heat was won by Binnacle, with the greatest dimfi culty, by a head. The Mecca bolted into the crowd, and of course lost all chance. Subscription Handicap Plate of £50, for three-year-olds and upwards. D. I. Sir W. Standisli's Little 1amp ton, 4'yrs., 7st 41bs ......... 0 1 Lord -G. 'Bentinck's Naworth, aged, 6st 91bs...;.... .... 0 2...

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