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APPOINTMENTS OF LIEUT, ADDIS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
APPO1I.rTMENTi,p LIrs~UT. AooDDIS. ruiN KgertlIemi w'q formally.G uetels on the 2nd J inary. as tc rnrllnio4lMelr af Crown Lnds. .I ,s n=.t y,:t kn.own rito w.hat I)stricLN th! cIo?my wiJi I,i. rilivil.d. - Therumo.r of" hts a p pinsiz. ,iiiii ais WVater I'uolice A.gki?;rnte at William's. rowi. illh ,agh fro'I goud authurty,l in therefore I;correct.
SYDNEY. THE LANDHOLDERS PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
. TB LANDIIOLDERS PETITION. The great landholders have held iheir-mee:itg, which. as ws prodicted, was abonlnst eitlirely composed of then. itnd' iheir hiagers on; and of courise .they .had it all their owl) w&y. The shlght oppouaition lthat was made to ,hear pruc-edings.wau, as might have been ntscipated ..fruitless. It may, he wcver, tIe of some ustlle, in so (ar as i, W II show the attnnins of tn:ese mc,, as well as their oudic'ty 'ln atteim!,ting .to0 nipose a atatemrent upo, Ihtuir so. vereign whlCti, accLrtdiiig. to their own avowal, as at utt, r variance with fact. * * " Who,"' aid Mr. i, .Iones, ", could deny that this w' a a pastoral counitry, when, in fact, it was hiterally cvwretd wish sheep?" Unarinswerable le~islator I Who can denty that fifty ,y ears ago it was covered with '"knga. roow? Who ever heard of anseril cultural country belore the plough was ihserted iri the sill? Truly, thou art " a lit and proper knight" to re present a thi.kimg c.nmianitb! h * ''he...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
GIIA IN, ,c; \Vhterat, per btushl .. e 0 n.. o 12 6 laize, prl btlshlel .. o a 0.. o ? 0 Odts..per btshel ..... (3 .6.. o..7 - Birlcy, per b'slhel .. a a ?.. o 0 0i FiluirI. first, per Iu)ll .. 38 0 (i..415 0 0 Seotld ........ 35 o o..3S 0 0 Il ird .......... o u a.. o a I Ilay, V.L).L. pier ton .5l o ..18 o a' BUILDING ilTA TERIIALS. I ick&lt;. per thloiisand.. 2 10 0.. 3 o Cl Ctdar ddals, per riwt . a o 0..o o. a Pine, per llhot ......... a 6.. o a 8 i,.edwdl biadis. 10'JI P. I 5 0;. 1 8 , Si tlleIC., per.t*lhoIluait .tl 10 t) .o 1. I 6 I H[. tQes, per 100 'et... I 5 0o.. I 7 o Pahtlg, b'road, pelr 100 1 2 a.. 2 10 a Narrow ditto .........1 o a.. 1 15 r Nails, per Ib......... o o 8.. o 1 0 SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &c. DUTY PAID. Ale, in bottle per doz. o 16 o.. o Is Porter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. oS .is HBr`ndv, per eallon .. I 8 0.. 1 10 It Gil), pier gabllonl ..... I 5 u..I 10 , Ru,,, p., gallon .... " o a .. n n ,, Ptt wile, pir doziin 2 o .. 2 10 , •ilierry, pr' do?zrn...
THE LASH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
'"rn l LIAsh.-Our po)lice rep)ort again exlhitbits two cased of corporal pishmhnlienii+, ore for "tineglect o doa !y.". In oir..opini., su.ch a.punish 'Illnt for so Iidefil.ite an otTence is Ihighly imiropr, anild raither calcuHtted t, huarde, than correct thIe ,offdeier With Ill rd-pect fr t.her worsiupa the P'ohlice .agistrates, we have t.J exLpress a holpe Itht t'is Crluel andij I - atorUal systlell of tir' urir will hb 8ahaed.. I'he voice of thlie Colonlly is opuonseil Io it. --I. T. Adva rtiaer.-(Wlhat .s uias. is here maide aboiit nuotlhig. 'What does our contemporary thank ou the ,e,,ler mercies of thie Geelitg lIench ? A prisoner was clh rgid -by the ,,vers,.er of the ging withl b.ein si* hundredi ya'rds trm I* lair.it No ?uilawlil ipi, ,pose wits uII~pI)OectIl, Isil Wlleni dit covere t'hle 'vmn walking touards hI?s hut. The aiiagistraieeiqtairi d what wita his character. " ll's a r-gtlar go alovger, your wurshlip, irnj is i:wta) a telling the others wh.it hii'll ,o," Wa? th...
SHIP NEWS. VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
- flZIP NE2 WS. VBSSILS IN HlARtOUR DURING THE WEEK. MajestlC, barque, 300 ions, Smith master, at Pointt Hllery, loadinl withli woul for L,. cndon. P. W. Welsh, agrnt. - :Soer.ttes, b.rque, ItO onis Rufile master, if the whllarf, loiidllg wilth wool* C. 1 1 iitiTh, a.en~t Devonishlire, schooner, Sutloni, master nand agent, sailed for Melbourne, January I7 'Governor iTn rloe, cuttiiier, uriived fiom SWt.illam's T''own, witllh 14 p.assengc?rs, Jatinuary 18; railed oni the 19th S:ELCOURNE A ltRIV.L.-J-anuONry 15 Sisters. (ttPr, from the arech of Ihr , Cionumel; . Margaret, schooner, fromi loltnrt Toin; pFergusson, shipe frrom Plymoutl; t6..Will Watch, sic:hoonsr. from the wreck of the Clonmel, 18. Gem. srhooner from Hobart Town. 19.:l drd .llobart, brig, from Iloba!t 'o T an ; Padul I'y, . schooner, from I;anlliiseton.e , 0. Govenor Arthur, .lesnier, from Hlobhart Town; NMaguasha brig, from Ioloart .Town, C.LEArtD OuT.--Dumfris, barqoe, for Singapore; (;lenalvnli, brig, f(I;r Sfydney; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 23 January 1841
Smtitu ration. • I1E all-impurtant subject of Immidralion having deeply ngaiged the attention of the Gee ng settlers, they have deli.trrnined n send'iug l TomAS ICKETT, Esq. O Enllind, as. a ('ommissioner to nIgage .PVants: tf ohe best descrip on, uideri an Indqel:ttire far three ears to p:rlres here req'jirinr iheir ervices, at a BonUs of Three 'onn .. rhead which, ,together ith th Go r - met .Ion ?ity" is on.idered' ampily siflciitbit to brinu he inden ted parties to Port P hillip ; 'hirty Shlillings to be paid on sib ribiaing, and the remainder onu ac ival of. thle Immnigraunts ere. Gentlemwen desirous of availing hem:-Ilves of the oppmortunity tius ifforded of procuring servants of a operibo deseription, will please iguify their in tention, ini:mediately. tlhe Commissioner,' or t? O the ololwing Gentlalecn, who art ap ,inted a Committee to carry out he scheme and give every inifbrma ion required. T.EX ~IFNDE.R TTIOISON, A VID FIT.l2Et, - ,Ol HE LLOYD, "" UcGUSTUS MiORRIS, L~k? C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
R. 1. 1ARR, CARPENTER AND JOINER, South Geolong, R ESPECTFULLY ' itimates to newly arrived speculators and residents, as well as to his former frienids and patrons, that he still continues to execute orders in every branch of his business of Carpenter and Joiner,'in a manner which, he is confident will give complete satisfaction. ,N.B. Tivo good .w'orkmnen watnted, to whom the best wages will be given. 33AE.LMR da, OO.SCFTZOflE f, CORIO, R ESPECT?FULLY informs the Gentry and other residents in the town and suburbs, that he, has made arrangements for commencing the bihove business immediately.; and lie hopes, by strict attentions civility, and regu Iurity, in supplying Btead and Confec tionery of the best quality, to obtain a proportionate share Of tle patronage of the public. Soups, 7e1lies, Bride's akeos, &cta Supplied, of the finest description, and on the shortest niotice. GOODS STORED. T HE Undersigned is now ready .. to. receive Goods at, his Stores, where every attenti...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
SYDMNEY. Buitttt?N?o Ects-The Rtibicon Is past -and human blood is now shed by one of the most lawless gaugs of busb rangers that ever inlested the Hunter. Blood, that cries aloud for retribut:on at the hands of our vacillating govern. ment. Blood-yes, blood, the first of: a long list which it is anticipated,. will mark the career of the Flunter's Itiver lushrangers. My last letter feebly narrated the career of this gang at the Wollombi; of their assault on the late cotistable M'Dougal, and the murder ous attack on. one of Mr. Crawford's men ; of their rencontre at the Red house. and other particulars of mis. deeds. This, though not so full of partiiculars, will be more full of horror. It appears that, on leaving the Wol lombi, they were joined by six others, thus making their number ten, when they proceeded to Scone, simnulta. neously attacking the Inn of Mr. Chivers and the stores of Mli. Thomas Dangar; their approach was however observed by a young man, clerk to Mr. Dnangar, name...
(Morning Chronicle, October 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
(Morning Chiotricle, Octiber S.) Our P'aria corspondent writes that M. Thiers has ulready proposed and ii sistcd, in the Council, on a .declara. tions of war, on sending troops to the lthy.le, and also to Alexandria, in des uiite of the blockade. On these ques tions M, Thiers was in the minority. On Monday or 'luesday similar propo sals will no dodbtrbe madle, ai:compa nied with offers of resignation. So hat, whatever be the result, the moment is critical. We stated yesterday that decisive war measures, could not be taken by the French Cabinet, without an im mediate split therein, and the with. tlrawal of three or four Ministers. WVe have but to peruse: the articles of the Constitutionnel and the Journal des Debats of Sunday to be convioced of tilhe truth. The Journal des Debn-ts, the organ of the Court, of the Conservativas, and of the peace pinty, though not of paix a tout prix, declares that the events of Beyrout, however serious, we.o still nothing more thban the fore seen conse...
ENGLISH NEWS. London, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
London, October- 9. rhere was a great deal of exoite tnant in the city to:duy, (Oct. 9th; many riumours were current. amongst i-which was one that the .French Govern iueni shad declared 'war against En. gland, and in consequence the Funds declined full one per cent.,"witb con siderable uneasiness in the Stock Exchange. Up to this hour, (sixo'clock,) however, no official information has hrcen received, and it is discredited in most .places. The closing prices of the Funds were, Consols money 86* j and account 86 $; Exchequer Bills I to 3 premium; Spanish Bonds 22 ; Pirtutguese Five per Cents. 3:., 32¼, nod the Threes 21 - 22. lthe Batavia arrived this afternoon with a Dutch mail, which fully con firms the previons information relative to the abdlcationof the King of Hol A large quantity of precious metals continue to .leave this country, 'chiefly for RFr ince and flannburgh. Aioney is getting scarce, 'aria iis cnunts ate iadvancing; first rate com nmecial Bills canhot now be done bel...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
NEW ZE.L:AND. SFRtNCL" EMIGRANTS.-WVO are in. formed that the french at Banks' Pen insula are busily employed putting in crops: that if our Government allow them possession, twenty thousand per sons are to arrive there from-France annually for five years,. and that their port is to be free for twenty years. W?lrrT POPULATION.-The following is a rude estimation of the white pop ulution • in Np,ew Zealand :--lu Cook's Straits--Cloudy Bay, .150:; Queen Charlotte's sound, 60; Kapin and Mana, 200; Port Nicholson,-i1600. East Coast-Banks' Peninsula, 100; Port Otago and neighbourhood, 250; thence South, 300. North Island, East Coast-Poverty Bay, 30; River Thames 200; Bay of Islands, 600; Wangaro and other places to the North, 100. West Conast-Hokianga, 200 ; Kaipara, 60; .Manakau, Karl:, &c., 100. "Total 4050 persons.-New Zealand Gaiette.
TRIAL OF LOUS BONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
TRIAL 'OF LOU. DBONAPARTE. The result of the trial w?vs, that the PIi.nice and his principal companions In the Ilsene-enterprise were found guilty. The following are the sentences passed upon them: Prince Louis Napolcon, perpetual imptisoument in a fortress. Count 1olltholon, 20 years' deten. tion ; Voisiu, 10 ditto; Mesonan, 15 ditto ; Parquitn, 20 ditto ; Uou.ffett Mountiiuhan, 5 ditto; Lombard, 20 ditto; Forreslier, 10 ditto. Seson Itaix.-Bataille, 5 years detentioo.; Aladen'ze, transportationi for litfe; Lalborde, ? years detention ; Desjardinle, acquitted ; Galvani, ditto; De Lambert, ditto; Bure, dittb. WARLIKi. PIRErPAfATIONS IN FRANCa. -The French official organ has an nounced-the immediate enrolment of 100,000 men for the army, the raising ,of 130,000. seamen, : and .the equip.' ment of 5 sail of the line, 13 frigates,. and 9 steamers,, in addition to .the military and naval force already in active service. The Government of France is, therefore, resolved on a demonstration...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
SmDNEY; (From the Patriot's Correspondent.? The loss of the Clonmel has dcca sioned quite' a mucih regret lherb as .t M?-litourrie, lbut we are iti hopes that the arrival of the dea-Horse, steariier 250 horse power, wail in some degree cormpensate for, the loss of the Clon mel, as it is intended that she will ply regularly. betreetr Sydt?ry and' Port Phillip. The Rover's Bride is to be despatched to the wreck by the owners of the Clonmel, and the reve. nue cutter Prince George by the government. 01 mercantile matters -I .regret I have no pleasing intelligence to com municate. TiThe business before the Supreme Court this term surpasses all previaus precedent. And I much fear that if a proper degree of for bearance is not shown by creditors, a crisis will be produced of which no man can form a proper idea. Another public meeting is convened for the 4th February, to consider' the expediency of addressing both houses of Parliament on the recent Land Regulations and the Dismemberment of ...
MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
l .?5.nouliNE PnitcI: CuOtI?NT,-FInul fit,. -L40 to £45 ,per ton, second £30" tfn £35. thsrdl. i O t.£320 ; cedar log,. 4t1. to 5 ;ideu;s 9.l. to 1s.; shilnkles per thonsalid k I '14p, to` £1 16,.; ten, hysoninkin.l £12 to £13, per cheli; potIatoes £14 to £!G per soi ;- maize, 4^ 6 t. to 6 . 6d. d ,er lhuhel'; oats " . 6d. 0to'6,. p*:r bushel: , CI'r:.' LAND -A project is on foot for gettiig upi an expedition to Cor. iier f'nlet, with the view of ascer a n ing'-the p, cticability of` a comrntiri tion with i.pps' Laiud from the ocean. It is prop,?ed it charter a vtessel of atullicient light draft oi water to pass sip the inl.-r. for the` couveyaniice of the explorin?g party;'ad to effect a landre wherever it may he found prancicable. Thse.qetestioi of accessi hi:i:y hdeing set at rest, the trave-llers wilt theft p,rocs-ed into the interiori and' acqufsiit thesimielvea 'with the inaure of the country, its " fitness for shfeep uus.d cirtile runs, &c., and if possible find out a...
WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND. 'The English papers have been .endeavouring to outvie each other in stirring up rumours of"a gerferal war. - Notwithstanding the heavy authorities brought forward, we are so irreverent as to treat the whole ?'ith a considerable share of distruet and contempt. Within a few years there have been hundreds of such rumours, which have harmlessly died away. Still the high standing of the' two nations, and the peculiar circumstances giving rise to the rumour,.demand some explandtory remarks;. For several years past, the Pashai: of t. gypt his enjoyegd all the prero gatives of an independent sovereign, and lie has won the applduse of the civilised world for his .energetic attempts to raise the condition of his sqbjects; tu rouse them from their 'Turkish lethargy, by infusing among them the spirit of European. enterprise.' His court has been, a refuge for talented and daring cha racters of all nations. To.his ardent love of: science he has joined a bald. and d...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
G1tA IN, &c. Wheat, per bushel .. po 9 o0. o 12 0o Masize, pe, bitshel . o 5 0.. o o a .ats., per bushel .. o 6 6; . 0 7 0 Bzrley, per bishlel .. n u .. ao n Flour, first, per loll .. 38 r, o..' . rI S conid ........ 33 a o..3S 0 o 'llird ..... ..... o o0. o 0 Iiay, V.D.L. per ton . 15 a o..1S o o BUILDING MA TERIAL S. Bticks, per thousatid.; 2 10 0.. 3 o a Cedar deals, per foot. 0o 0. 0 o o n Pine, per foot....... o o0 .. o , 8 lHardwd l3oards. l'i) t; 1 5 0.. 1 S o Shingles, per thousand 1 10 o.. 1 15 o Batteus, per 100 f\ct.; 1 5 0.. 1 7 o Paling, broad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 o Narrow ditto ... ... 1 o n.. 1 15 r Nails, per lb....... o o 8.. o 1 G SPIRITSi , TOBACCO, &c; DUTY PAID. Ale, in bottle, 'er doz. o 16 0.. o 18 2 Porter, Pler dozen .. o 16 i.. o IS i Brandy, per gallon .. 1 8 o.. 1 10 6 Gin, per gallon ... L o5 .. I 10 u Ruin, pet galldn .... 1 o u.. o oa Port wine; per dozen, 2 a o.. 2 10 u Sherry, per dozen .... 2 o o.:. i0 a Negrohead Tobacco, lb. o 4 6...