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Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
MBLBOURNE. ARRIVED* May 9.--Marys, schooner, from HIbart Town. Passengers-Mesars Roberts, Mathews, Ewin, Smead, Cumming and Itowlands. May ll.-Cacique, baorque, 150 tons, from Singapore via Adelaide. CLEARED OUT. Mlny 8.-WVilliam 1Wtee, brig, for London. Cargo-1318 bags wheat, 603 bales wool, 7 casks tallow, 1 box gum, 5 boxes specimens, 1 bundle ohl copper, a picture, I case miniatures, I ditto pictures, 2 bundles kangaroo skins. SMay 9,-WatVuerwltch, schooner, for Adelaide. May 11.--Mary, cutter, for Circular Hlead,
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
.h;l., RIThClATiNTEL1UGENC.'" :.The markets have ruled dull through-' out the week, and'the only alteration to notice is, that about'three hundred chests hysouskin, tea so'd for £3 :7s. 6d; per chest, but :the - figure 'is now £:3 10s., under .which 'none. can he purchased. Sugar has, declined; sales having ,been I made underbl19 per ton. .Tabmcco.lh s ruled dull, but no mateciaJ'altration in price can be quoted,AiitrLthe stock on hand is; heavy.. kf?hfohern articleF, there is nothing calling for comment, the sales having-beensksnall, and for- present wants only.. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
The Corio Hounds Will meet on Tuesday, 19hll Inst at Miss Dryslsle's; Friday, 22nd, at llates'r Ford ; andl Wednesdly 27th, at the Cros Roads, P'olnt Ilenry (where Irons's Road runs into tle Point lHenry Iload)--?t daybreak. Mr Pyke's Hounds Will meet on Saturdar, the 1611C Inst., at Bacchna' anrsh ; on Wednesday ihe 20th, at Pyke's Plains ; and Monday, 25th, at Bacchus' Manrh, nt daybreak. S?eeloinEg G1crEtier. ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 18416?
ABSTRACT of CENSUS RETUSN for South Australia, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
ABSTRACT of CENSUS RETUNS for South Australia, 1846. Milner Special Survey, &c. .... :1914 North of Gawler Town ....... 4458 Wakefield and Hutt Rivers .... 762 Moorundee .................. 66 Wellington .................. 105 Mount Crawford ......... 530 Little Para River ...;....... 831 Port Adelaide................ 1529 North Adeliade .............T" 1843 South Adelaide .............. 5570 South-west of Adelaide. ....... 1857 South-east of Adelaidet........ 1272 East and north-east of Adelaide. :,969 Sturt and Onkaparinga Rivers .. 388 O'llalloran Hill, &c.... .. .. 712 South of Onkaparinga .......... 582 Sources of Onkaparinga........ 1452 Meadows Special Survey:....:... 544 Finniss and AugasSpecial Survey 475 Encounter Bay, &c. ......... 265 Port Lincoln ...... .... 132 Kangaroo Island ......... .... 70 North of Rivoli Bay ..i........ 251 South of Rivoli Bay .... .. 263 Yankalilla, &c. ...... 138 Cape Jer:vis..... .1,-........ ... :,!132 S Total.;...
CAPE OTWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
S : CAPP OTWAY. About a fortnight ago, we announced ihe fact that two exploring parties had a?arted or..were about to start into the =ountry-surrounding Cape Otway, and at the same time took the -opportunity of giving a d-ge.t of all that was known respecting tie geography of that part of the colony: remarking that we looked forward with great interest to the results of these expeditions, as being likely to dovelopo the resources of that terra in cognito-resources, as might be ex pected, of a very different kind from those already known ; and indulging in ihB hope that, notwithstanding the present impenetrab'e nature of the counlry, these resources would ere long afford scope for the settlement of a numerous 'yeomanry.' Our having given expression to this very natural train ol ideas, has called forth a communication from Mr Fawkner, in the Patriot of yesterday, in which, by the dexterous transposition of a few extracts, he:makes of our renmaika a very laugh. able caricature, which w...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Government House, which has hitherto been deemed large enough for His Ex-. cellency's married predecessors-(in fact Governor Grey thought it so large as to have requested permission from the home government to let it) is, it seems, forth. with to undergo considerable enlarge ment, but whether in anticipation of refined domestio arrangements, or merely for the better sustaining the dignity of Her Majesty's representative, must for the present continue to. be a matter of conjecture.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
PROCLA MATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps,'Knight, Captain Genetal and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales, and itslDepen dencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., IN pursuance of the authority in: me vested by a certain Act of the !Imperbil Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, Issed lin the'5th and 6th year of her Majesty's reign. intituled, " An Act for regulating the sale of Waste Iand be longing to the Crown in the Australian Co;onies;" I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesdpy, the 3rd day of June iinext, tihe following Town and Suburban `Lots of Loatit will be offeretl for Sale by Pubiic Auction, at the Auction Room of MAr !George Sinclair -Brodie, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, at the upset' price affixed to-each lot respectivelyv,on the terms and condstions,and underi tle provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 percent.) TOWN 'LOTS. 1. North Geelotng, 2r. 'wo roods, dllotment No 16 of section 36. Upset...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
SYDNEY. : IWIrR AAETHE Snips? - By the end- of. this--week our- intelligence from England will be five months, old, and upon reference to our files, we find that for the-last three years the January ships from England have. always made long passages, owing to the' prevalence of the westerly winds on the English coasts, which prevent vessels from getting clear of the Channel. There is an instance of a ship (the Upton Castle) being detained in the Channel three months, from De cember to March. _The consequence has been that we have always received the January news by some indirect channel. In 1843, we find that the London news of the Gth January was brought to this colony by the circuitous route of China, on the 25th of May, by the Australasian Packet, and as there now is (which was not the case in 1844) steam to Hong kong, we may expect to receive news by the same route immediately, the Nim rod being honurly expected. In 1844, the London mail of the Gth January ar rived in Sydney on ...
MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
M, Kk TON HAY.., ,,.,,;" (From the Sydney HIerald.) - *. The. good folks on the Darlindg Downs have been put into a completep commotion through receiving a visit from the notorious bushranger Wilson, and a mob of six others, who have'made their way into this part of tile country, the-trooporaorCominissionirM* Donald having made the New England district too hot to hold them. They visited a station formerly occupied by a Mr Gordon, but now taken up by Messrs; l-Iay; the party inside the dwelling house, who: wore just finishing dinner at dusk, were taken all a-back by see ing half a dozen muskets and pistol: presented at their heads, with a polite request from the gentlemen of the road to sit still until they performed a few necessary operations in their line. TI'o.the credit of the fellows, they con ducled themselves in a quiet orderly manner, taking the gentlemen's word of honor that none of the desks or boxes contained money. One of the gentlemen, MrVWalteorLeslie, had his watch -.r...
GEELONG AND GLENELG RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
GEELONG AND'GLENELG RAIlWAY. To the Editor of the Gecelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate. Stn,-Having lately had occasion to travel along a considerable portion of the route of the proposed Goolong and Glenclg Railway, I was naturally led from my position and the fulmina tions I had read in the Gazette on the subject, to weigh the merits of the undertaking in- the scale of my own judgment. The result of those cogitations I beog to hand you. Passing over the letter of your cor respondent on railways in your num ber for April 22nd, the purport of which, to say the truth, is at least ambiguous, his subscription neutraliz ing the subject matter of his letter, I will come at once to try what my dissecting scalpel can effect in exposing the specious, but shallow, sophistries of the Gazette,. As your unenthusiastical railway correspondent very properly remarks, the great burden of the Gazette's strictures on the proposed company resolves itself into " nothing more nor less than a more...
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
PREPARATIONS FOR WAIL It .is remarkable that while the most friendly relations'are knoivn' to exist :be tween England and France, both these powerful nations are earnestly occupied in placing their warlike powers in the highest state of preparation. This fact has been attributed by those who' sde,only the sur face to tihelong'ekistiig jealousy between the two dountries. I woi~ld'seemn, however, that such is not the real cruseodf these mutual armings. It is reported in the best informed circles of London that the gigantic power of Russia is the real cause of appro hension. rt is said that the legitimate es pionage, called " diplomatic agency, has pe netrated into certain designs of the am bitious Autocrat of theNorth to once more enforce his pretensions to the free naviga tion of the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles, rrnd that war with the' Porte is really in tended, let that, feeble power endeavour to coiiciliate the Russian Bear how he may. We.aine by no means certain that the estab l...
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 13 May 1846
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. From the Adelaide Observer. " We translate from Le Mauricien the following.veryin portant intimation'whbich appears in that journal, under date 12th November last : -" We have been assured that the louse of Jack and Co. has received the agree. ble news of the intended establishment of a regular. steam communication between the lfauritius, Bonrbon,:and Aden. S" It'is the Oriental Company, that in order to forstal tlhe-one which proposes to take the Cape route, has hit upon the expedient of depriving it of our assistance, by voluntarily anticipating our wants. A steamer will leave Adei nlmothly, foi: the two islands, and return; with mails and passengers in time for tle Red Sea steamers. ' We ought to express in the most forcible manner our hearty approval of this arrangement, which disposes of a question as important'?as it is difficult, in the most satisfactory manner. " Let us hope that the design will soon be officially announced, 'or rather that ...
EMIGRATION TABLE FOR THE LAST NINE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
EMIGRATION TABLE FOR THE LAST NINE YEARS. North Year. AinericaR Unted Australia Colonies. States. 1836 34,226 37,774 2;124 1837 29,884 36,7J0 .5,054 1838 4,577 14,332 14.021 1839 12,J58 33,636 15,786 1840 32,293 40,642 -15,850 1841 38,164 45 017 32,625 1842 54,123 63,852 8.534 1843 28,518 28,835 3,478 1844 22,224 43,660 2,000 "' The war in Algeria," says the cor respondent of the Times, " with odds so immense in favour of the French, can not, without a miracle, continue long. Marshal Saxe calculated that one out of five of the inhabitants of the country is a man capable of bearing arms. Now, Algeria has at most a population ot 1,500,000. This would give 300,000 fighting men; but it must be borne in mind that one-half of the inhabitaatse are favourable to the French, or at least neuter, a fact which reduces the men capable of war against the invader to 150,000, and the French army in Algeriais by this time increased to 120,000 men, the greater part of ihom are well disciplined, inure...
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
. MISCELLANEA. . The .Herald says Sir Robert Peel has bestowed; the "deanery of Westminister *on Dr Bnckland, the. weli-known pro res'or of geology, and at'present a canon of Christ Church, Oxford. .His Royal Highness the Grand Duke Constantine of Russiais' daily expected ,to.arrive in thisconntry. " A glorious thing this reduction of postage!" said a fellow, the other day. " I get half-a-dozen dunning letters now where I got one formerly." About half a ton of tobacco, adulter ated with alkaline salts, has been seized,. in London, on the premises of Messrs. Crofton, tobacco manufacturers, Smith 'field, and condemned. ',-It is stated that Mr George Stephenson, the eminent engineer, is labouring under pleurisy, for which he has been bled al oidt ito death's door. :'The 'lonor of knighthood has been coniferred upon John Augustus Francis Siipkinson, E-q., one of her Majesty's Counsel, and Treasurer of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn. .T'E TURNIP DlISEASE.-A magistrate ofr the , c...
BAY OF ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
BAY OF ISLANDS., : (From the New Zealander, April 4, 1846.) The settlement of Kororarika is fast re- . suscitating, and buildings are daily ini creasing, by the return of numerous. settlers. At present, the natives iti theIe neighbouring districts are qiniescenit';tLu, ý we learn, from good authority, that Heki is still restless, and evinces an impatience of subordination to the Queen's Repre sentative. lie has now with him about six hundred followers. H-e intends re moving the bones of his sla;n fellow countrymen from Rua-peka-peka, to be re-interred, with the native obsequies. at WVangarei-where he has collected the horses stolen from the European settlers, which he declares he will not give up in open difiance of the proclamation of his Excellency Governor Grey, of the 2rd January last, granting full amnesty to all concerned in the late rebellion with this qualification: " It must be distinctly understood, that nothing contained in the foregoing portion, of this notice, will just...
INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY 8TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
INSOLVEN t COURT. (From the Port Phillip Patriot.) FRIDAY 8TI MAY. In the insolvent estate of Charles·Dicken-' 'son, late of Kardinia"street, Geelong.., Richard Scott sworn and examined by Mr Smith, clerk to Mr Duerdln.-I am an attorney of the Supreme' Court residing at Melbourne; 'I know Charles- Dickenson, the insolvent in this case; '1 recollect the month of January, 1846, it was'the first occasion upon which I saw Charles Dicken son; I was consulted by him professionally respecting the conveyauce'of a property to persons of the name of John Brew and George Brew; John Brew residing at Wil liams Town, and George Brew, at Corio ; I have since ascertained their residence ; the description of them in one deed is John. Brew of Williams Town, in the other deed; George Brew is described' of Geeolng ;'I received instructions at-'that time from Charles Dickenson, the insolvent, to'"pre pare two deeds, coziveyaincds'to'John Brew and George Brew; I am not 'aware I saw either of them previou...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
SYDNEY. The daily arrivals in Sydney of country members give " note of preparation" for the opening of the Session of Council on Tuesday next. We are aware that a furious opposition to the renewal of the Squatting Act (5 Vic., No. 1,) was in contemplation by Messrs. Wentworth, Windeyer, and Lowe. Whether the receipt of the im porlant news, in regard to the changes in Downing-street, will induce these honorable and learned members to modify their inten tions we are not, to-day, prepared to inform our Port Phillip friends.- Correspondent of Herald. GOVERNOR'S SALARY BILL.-His Ex cellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information, that it has been intimated to him, through the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, that Her Majesty has been pleased to withhold her assent from the undermentioned Bill, which passed the Legislative Council on the 14th day of June, 1844, and was reserved by His Excellency for the signification thereon of Her Majesty's...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Exrowr of GasiN.-The ships Maida, John, Woodhall, Elizabeth and Jane, and Robert Mathews, just sailed for England, conveyed 59,431 bushels of wheat. Their cargoes, including wool, &c., are valued at upwards of£50,000. Cornwall Chronicle, April 25. We are now one hundred and forty fourdays without news from England, the Hondurus having brought papers to the 9th Desember. There are at least :'six English vessels clue; the Levant and London, which were announced to sail the middle of December; the Royal Saxon, which was to sail the end of De cember; the Henrietta, the packet for January; and two ships from Liverpool. Neither have our southern friends any later intelligence, the Triad, which brought papers to the 22nd November, having been their latest arrival up to last week.-Launceston naper. THE BIBSOP OF TASMANIA.-We learn that the Lord Bishop of Tasmania is about to proceed to England. The anomalous position which it is attempted to make hitm occupy, is o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
0 N SALE at tle Stationery WVrehouse, the following works : O'Connell's Mlemoir of Ireland, Native and Saxon Cobbett's History of the Relormation Gahnn'sCompendious Historyof the Old and New Testaments Pious Christian's Companion Butler's Catechism L'Abbf Fleury's Historical Catechism Duncnn's Letters on the Supremacy of tihe Bishop of Rome The Touchstone of the New Religion Conversion of the Hon. G. Spencer ' Reasons for Subscribing to the Catholic Church A CARD. H ENRY RICHIARDS bees to acquaint . Parents and others residing in Geelong, that his terms for Tuition in SMLusic and Drawing are.as fillow, viz..-' 'Ihorough Bass and arranging, per 1, quarter, half payable in advance J Violin, per ditn .............. "3 0 0 Drawing,Flower Painting, &c., per2ditto ditto ......................f South Geelong, April, 7, 1845. A CARD.., TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. M R CAMERON,:having opened the'South; Geelong Academy,. begs most respect fully to announce to Parents and others, that in ...
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 16 May 1846
MISCELLANEA. FRANCE.-T'he successor of Marshal Soult, as Mlinister of War, has not yet been def' nitively appointed, and there appears to be considerable difficulty in making the selection, The Constitutionel says, that General de Lascours has accepted the office, but the ministerial :apers are'silent on the subject. In the meantime Marshal Soult has quitted the hotel of the Ministry: of War. It.is now found-whether or no by rren in offlice we cannot say-but by all others; thait' Providence is mightier than Prime Ministers; that it is poor sport gambling with harvests ; that prices will not adjust themselves to acts of Parliament or the exigencies of sellers; in a word, that a fluctuating duty adds embarrassment and uncertainty to speculations which must always be uncertain and contingent. It is a curious and inexplicable:fact, that the teeth noticed in ancient sculls of the aborigines of various countries, differ very materially from the present form. Dr Allnatt has lately describe...