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POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
Poi'ULATIon.-.The population of the Colony received an increase of. nine thousand four hundied and ninety onR souls during the year, .of whom six thdusarid four -hundred and eighty were free, and two thousand five hun. dred and fo·ty-threP vwere .conricts, Temperance Advocate. The Australian publisHlts a report that His Excellency has determined, aftera, short period, to discontinue the improvemen?t, and keeping in repair, of the Sydney streets. Trie reaso, given is the enormous expense incurred on account of levelling, rnetnlling, &c., . &c.; amounting,. we are credibly told, within the la:t three .years, to some. thing very nearly approaching £250,000 wliich sumniha's b.en disburied..by thb Commissariat. These matters, 'the Governor had already intimated' in Couucil, ought to be defrayed by the townsmen themselves ; add , hence th,.· propriety of the propriety;of the i.n troduction of Municipal Corporations. r --Temperance Advocate. A NEW M. C.-We observe in se eir...
Geelong Markets. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
Bread, per 4 lb. loaf £0 1 0 to 0 0 0 Beef, per lb. ...... o r, .. o a lution, per Ib .... o a 5ý.. o 0' Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 6.. o o , salt (colonial) .. o 2 6.. o 0 ( Cheese (English) per lb o 2 n.. o o r Colouinl ........ o 1 4.. o nA o Eggs, per dozen .... o 0o.. o 0 n Bacon. per Ib ...... o 1 6.. 0 ( o" Potatoes, per cwt. .. o 1S .. 1 o a t'uIt, er rlb ... .... o (6 .. 0 8 0 Su~ar, per Ib ........ o 7 4.. o u 6 Milk, per quart ...... o o 6.. o a n Soap, per Ib. ....... . o 0 6.. o o R. Candles, would, per lb oo 10.. o 1 o.
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
FROM o UR OWN COUl'il PONDEN 1' T'r;e tmft.s still cintir.?'ilo' mend. You commni.ted a ser.ious error in your. lust paper ity putting a cipther oo much In the amount of dishorored biills, as compared to thuse;:'aid' up. If yp,' refer to my manuscript you will find that "thu euntecie runs thus- S&lt;)ne lfirm, for instance, that in No vemnher 'bat lietl dishonored hills to thi a ,l,'nt of' £2,200, has had nearly '!)0." pail tp O this date." The rich, ipowerful fnd mighty '-ni of' Adelat;ie are com'encing tours '" i; li t va- ots 'seitiltents, to exain ; "ie', it?o t doibt report? u),p-,n he'r ' various' spects. 'T'hed Manager of the Sutfh Austra.lian Cu npa'ny with his sun and D)r. Kicdt, have vikited Auia tralia Felix--aye., and are forced to confess that Melbourne and its'vicdnity iuppasses all thetir e'xpectatitns U. lll.nren, 'Esit., 'goes to 'London, Dr. Kent returns to tdelaide. A party if Settlers hdre are about to lit out a vessel to examine Corner liiler; and no ilo...
SHIP NEWS. VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
eLXP NEWS. VESSELS IN HA\RBOUn DURING THE WEEK. Majestice, hrqtte, 30G tons, Smith master, at Point Hletry, lor.ding with wool for Lontdon. P. W. Welsh, agent. Socrates, barque, IGO tons, Ruffle master, off the Wharf, loading with wool* C. Ruffle, agent T)evonshire, schooner, Suttton, master and agent, arrived from Melbourne, January 24, sailed on the 2Gth. ljoujalt Maiden, schooner, Paul mnster, arrived from Willianm's Town January 24 sailed 20th. Govarnor La t'robe, cutter, arrived from Melbourne January 24, sailed 26th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
'or London, asa THE PI.NE BARQUE 366 tons, Robert Smith, Commander, is now ready to receive Wool at Geelong. For freight-or passage, apply to . P. W. WTVELS1 & CO., or STRACHAIN & CO. 7 o r L Zondon,? 4}s TUE FIRST CLAS3 BARQUE :i20 cons register,, J. Chirchly, Com, ,utarder. The greater part, of this ship's cargo is ready- to be put;on board' when her inward cargo i,. discharged,' tId will meet with quick dispath. :.he will prnOeed to G lonolog ro.take Ti, part of' her'wool. For- Preight ot l'ass?esc,; having very ,superior accomi niodetion, apply to JAMES CA or P. W. WELSH & CO. For London D rect. ,p.- THL fine first class biarque J. M. Bucklty, comrinmander, 600' r'qs is now taking Wool on board, and witl meet with quick despatch. For freight &c., apply to AIITHLIT WI[LLIS & CO. or to P.W. WELSH & CO. 0o-r Wondon. .?,' WILL have immdtiate dispatch N having more than two thirds of her cargo on board, the fine A I. barque 311 tors, E....
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
Cr.LElUE OUT. J'n. 'l,-1Sisters. cutter, 48 tons, : lulhal, mister. for Sydney, in ballast. pI;cse ogers Dr M' intosh, Mrs M'Cul Inch, Messrs Mitchell, Hoiland, Dick. ertson, and Morr;son ; two in the 23.--John Pirie, taclu?iorr,. Hart, inab"ler,=for Launcestnn~ CP.assengers- "I1 essrs "DyO. *M Laren.+ a,?a n D., M La en,, jizn.. Dr Kent,: Mr T. !Wnlker, Mrs W'tuiker,. Miss WValker, and threo chil ,ivn, Messrs Wilkinson and . W\Vil ktson. and two in the steerage. '23.-Paul Pay, schooner, [larding iln.ster, :for Lan,nceston. Passenger s Mr J.'Tetly; Captain J, Webster, MIr. w\. bvans- Mr W, Wood, and Mr '26.--Gem, schooner, Pearce, for I.iuicestio, i wttil 300 sheep; I case wearing apparel, 7 casks braudy, 4 ditto rum, 4 wool screws. the brig Chnrlolte and schooner .'d:Adluide are agr'uud u "tllei bar a, tiFe enirance to the river. The Augus. t? sdils ihii morning for 3ydney; with the followini pass.auigers :--Mr Thim. Fmn, Mr nod Mrs Snow, Mr Walker, Mr SolomonI, r rln1nel. and folr...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
M1BLBOURNE SHIPPING. * S ARlIVAI.S. -Jan 21..-John Pirie, the South Aus. tr;Ilian.Conmpnny's :scoboner, 106 tons, -llartimas(eer, fom Adelaidle in ballast. PnfsepnPgrs-Daid M'Laren, Esq. D. . l'llarlrn, jun., Esq , Dr. Kent, Messrs. 11. and W. Wilkiisisn 21.-l.Sir Chsrles FohbeP. from Loo. .rin via Plymoah, Oct. 16, with em igrant is. . , 93.-J.laet, brig, M'P.hon, master, from Cope of Good ilope, 25'h Novr. No nass'ngPers. ..'G;--Nimroad,' bnrquO, Manning from Liverpool 13th Octobr;. Passengero -.-Mr and Mrs Lecuh and son, Dr and Mrs Fullerlto:l, Mr Armitage, Mr Ex tdn, 34 intermeditle und -21 steerage linBsrsigers; , I)i-~Ad.luide, schooner, Johnson, front Hobart Town. iPassenge r- Lr H. ,\'. -Mortimner, and 8 in the steerage. 26.-Charlotte, brig, Tregsrtha from Launcestlon. .Mr nnd Mrs Hunter and 'son, Capt'ain W. G; Cole, Messrs Pan ton ntd PaS.e,.andl 13 in steerage. . .*G.-Euale, sclhoote-r, (from Circular Heud. 'assaitiger--Mr E. Cure, jin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
F'OR KHOZAT TOWN. T II .E .B I I G will sail in ten days, For freight or passage apply to P. W. WELSH &. CO. Agents. .Caution.-The Captain of the above brig wilt not be responsble f6r any debt contracted by his crew. The Cargo of the Jaiuot. JUST arrived from the Cape, and for sale at the stores of the undersigned- 25 Pil'es 190 Half pips Cape Wide 100 Quarter pipes 10 Half pipes - Pontnc 100 Quarter pipes P.. W. WELSHI & CO. WANTE3. SITUATION, by a Young Man who is competent to &nbsp; &nbsp; take management of a set of Books. Is able from his general knowledge of business to conduct the routine of a general store or timber yard : the most respectable references given if required. Further particulars and address may be obtained by application at the office of this paper. W ANTED, a Surgeon to proceed `" to London in the ship E?gle, who "will receive his passoge:.for his ,services .during the voyage : apply to Captain Buckley, on hoarrl, or to. P. W. W...
MURDER BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 30 January 1841
MURDER BY THE BLACKS.--One of the aborigines, named Mumbowran, of the Barrarbool tribe, is now lying in the stone watchhouse at Corio, on sus- picion of having committed murder. A letter describing the culprit was for- warded, it seems, to Mr Seivewright, who caused him to be lodged in the watchhouse by stratagem. Mr S. sent him with a parcel to the watchhouse, notice having been previously given that he was to be detained. Although thus brought to the very door, he was with difficulty captured. He is a powerful young man and made a des- perate resistance. He planted his nails in one constable's jaw, and his teeth in the fleshy part of the arm, and held fast until he was almost benumbed by the blows from the other constables. Since his capture he has confessed that he assisted at the spearing of a black fellow, and afterwards ate his share of the body, but justified himself by saying that the black fellow whom they speared had murdered a white man just before. The murder alluded to ...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
WVEOLESAnE.2. GRAIN, &c. Wheat, per bushel .. e 9 o.. o 12 o Maize, per bushel .. o 5 0.. 0 0 0 Oats. per bushel .... o -6 .. o 7 6 Barley, per bushel .. o o o.. o 0 o Flour, first, per ton .. S o 0o..45 o a Second ........ 35 o o..38 n a 'Ihird .......... oa u ..o o o Hay, V.D,L. per toi . 15 a o..S1 o a BUILDING MATERIALS: Bricks, per thousand.. 2 10 o.. 3 o a Cedar deals, per foot. a o.. o o a Pine, per foot ........ o o O. o 8 -Iardwd boards. 101) ft. I 5 o.. 1 8 0 Shinirles, per thousand 1 10 o.. 1 15 0 Ba'tets, per 100 f'et.. I 5 o.. 1 7 a Paling, broad, per 100 1 2 0.. 2 10 o Narrow ditto ....... 1 o o.. 1 15 o Nails, per lb......... o o 8.. o 1 6 SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &e. DUTY PAID. Ale, in bottle, per doz. o 16 o.. o 18 2 Porter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 o Brandy, per gallon .. 1 8 a.. 1 10 6 Gin, per gallon ...... 1 5 o..1 10 o lRun, pet gallon .... I o o.. o o o Pori wine, per dozen. 2 o o.. 2 10 o Sherry, per dozen .... - 2 o 0... 2 10 o Negrohead Tobacco, ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
TO COltR;'SPONDEN 1S. We acknowledge the receipt of an extensive file of W'est India Papers; among the rest, one bearing the somon what unfashio2 able title of i'he Honpes iMan," a black fellow's broadsheet !! Agnin we have to hear testimony in faav'r of the manner in which the pos'.otli e is cotunuitetel, notwithstanding the parsi mony of the government. J. M. has beed misinformed, a letter for him onext post. 43ichong iU4T bCti'eCr.e SAt1URDAY,'FEBIIUA RY 6. 1841.
Geelong Markets. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
Bread, per4 lb. loaf £0 1 9to 0 0 o Beef, per lb. ...... o o 6... o o 7 1ution, perlb .... o o 5.j..o 0 6 Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 0.. o o a salt (colonial) .. o 2 0.. o 0 o Cheese (English)perlb o 2 0.. o o o Colonial ........ o 1 4.. o o Eggs, per tldozen .... o 5 0..o 0 o lacon, per Ib ...... o 1 6.. o 0 o Potatoes, per cwt. ., o 18 o.. 1 0 0 Tea, Ier lb. ... .... o 6 .. o 8 0 Sugar, per lb ........ o 7 4.. o o 6 Mlilk, per quart ...... o o 6.. o 0o Soap, per lb. ......., o o 6.. o o 8 Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 o
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
Geelong 3retreat Znn, -S happy to have it in his power to inform the Settlers of this district, that he has secured the services of one of the best FARRIERS in the Colony. So that he can now undertake orders of every description, either in Far riory or general Smith Work; and he is confident of giving complete satis faction to all who may honor him with their commands; THE GEELONG ADVER.. Tl TISER is published in Geelonn every Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, and in Melbourne every Monday muorn. ing at 7 o'clock. Terms of Subscription-Six shillings and sixpence per quarter if paid in ad. vance ; or Seven shillings and sixpence. if paid at the end of the quarter. T'he quarter to date from the first ptublica. tion after the entry of any subscrl.er's name on the list. RHsinations must he accompanied with the payment of the current quarter, nid all previous artear otherwise the paper "ill continue to be charged until a complete settlement et m ade. Terms of Advertising-To'r charge for eac...
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE LORD JOHN RUSSELL, Mr LoRD,-You will find by the Sydney journals, (which are, with few exceptions, in the' pay of the wool-kings of Sydney-the high, pompous, Ihorough-bred aristocracy of Botany Bay) that your liberal mcesures for tile division of this colony from the l?lotliz-d colony of New Soutli Wales, has not only caused you to fill under their high and mighty displeasure, but. has called forth idll their poweis in thwarting your designs, as witness the mighty efforts, the immense sac rilices, of the rich laud and flock holders, in subscribiing the meanu p:da ry . sumrn tf one pojiund.each,in-. order to raise a funid in su',pport of their unjust and overbearing mo nopoly which they I ave hiil erto had of the benefits arisin,, from the grazing lands of the mighty ditriota comprehended under the, name of New South Wales. And, am. lord, I beg to call your attention to one particubir point, and that too cited by their own advocate, the spiritual ,midedd :.Bish...
MISCELLANEA. CHARACTERISTIC DISPLAY OF NATIONAL VANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
CHIAItACTERISTJC DISPLAY OF NATIONAL VANITY. We have been vastly amused with the following ebulition of egotism, which appeared in a late number of one of the; Parisian journalk, the title of which we have neglected to note. What is here said in good earnest of Paris, reminds us of the following well known bombastical couplet in Martinus Scriblerins: " Tie wonders of proud London to survey, The suli hlimself shall rise by break of day." PARIS. '" Athens was more polished, Rome more warlike,. London is more corn mercial, Pekin is more vast, but Paris is more homogenous. Paris has but a million of men, but, if need were, that million of men would be but one man. "6 London is the capital of England, Vienna of Austria, Madrid of Spain, Constantinople of Turkey, Home ol Catholicism; but Paris is the metro polis o: mankind. "Compared with Paris every other place is a hamlet, a little town, a village. Every thing ends in Paris toads, canals, and telegraphs. Every thing leaves and re-enters...
AUCTION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
AUCTItON CutMPANiv.-The nrrksnge mraentis for the rsl hl: l:rrnt ot t HraIncII of this cutnpni iy at Curio, ha v, b.eii cimplketed aiid its eiperatoims wili he comrineniced itiinidiat! a the pub lic will no ut.;iht the lrther gratified on lit-ar tig LaIt Mir Lloyd is the gen_ tletnan alho hais been appouintted to cIodu1Ct the hbinIess. CoURT OP It BQBlE'r9.-Il Our last, we announced the iniended quarterly .ittings of this court at Curio, on the first Mondays in April, July, Octo. her, and January, Mr. Fenwick has now been Gazettted aiS Connmmissionrer of the Cour.t. andLMr. Eyre as .It egiN. trar; we believe that all' summotnse* must he served eight days prev ions to the commetncement of the sattings. The utmost amouint -recoverable is ten pounds, though most probably the nent ,es-ion of the Legis ative Cuun? cil will raise it to thiriy. PoLICe CouRT,.--The principal cases of interest continue to be - those under the servants act. As a speci men of the glorious confusion which it cr...
NON-EXISTENCE OF REPULSION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
NON-EXISTENCE OF REPULSION. I do not recollect ever having met with any passage in any of the chamical writers, expressive of scepticism as to the existence of the power of repilsion ; neither have I ever met Hith any attempt to trace tre plje- Inornenorn of repulsion to any more remote cause.- It is taken for granted, as self evident, and even necessary, The consequelnces of my temerity in en tering upon this subject have been duly weighed ; but they are not sufficient to deter mie from the attempt, although they will necessarily infuse a cautiron into my bold ness, from tear of giving suffcieint grounds for treatiug these remarks as mere rhap sodies. There is a precedent int point, for doubt. ing the immrrtability of the attibutes with which Nature has been invested by MAN. Before the time of Torricelli there was a received opinior that "nature abhorred.a vacuum, and at the present day, amtnig the unlearned, water is supposed to be raised in a pump by ' suction.' I do not join the...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
IXLELBO TURZsE. FROM31 UUR O\WN CORHI PONDN, 1' The example which h;as been set bh the settlers i, your district, of n0 m Inating an Agent to proceed to LEn g?and for the purpose of selecting Knigr~anta, you ,ill observe, has bluii followed up by two gentlernei, of "' our side"' starting as c id.ddates for public favor wth a sanilar obljci. There are thus three who are tenderitg the:r services in carring out the views of the lately established. Immnigration Ass?'ciation, each' varying the plan as ast, the terms ior the "speecial dlutyi they seek to/be imposed. Three better qualifield agents. p)rohablv cou i not have been propos.d, than Mr. •Iickett. I)r "tewart, and ilr B3rode and if the bonus per head of -each ininigrant reqitred were alike, it would be a ditficult_ mtter, setting private frienLs.eip aside, to -make a. selection. Ni?-tiin importance to this subhject, the Amateur Concert is the must en. grossing themle with is at present, and much the more pVopular since the female ...
SCIENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 February 1841
TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE GEELONG ADVERTISER. SIRt,-In compliance with your request, though at the risk of appearing presumptu ous, I send herewith a number of short sketches on scientific subjects, which I have compiled in a desultory manner during a long period of years. From our personal friendship. I have no hesitation in commit ting them to your care, to make suoh selec tions as you may deem worthy of publica tion. You will perreive that they 'contain many original views and new hypoiheehes, which I had hopes at one time of being enabled to follow up and to develop more completely; but ilthe more engrossing duties of every-day life, and a want of means and apparatus for the performance of newly ronceived cxperimentts, have quashed these ambitious hopes, and I now give to the world the results of many a night's te hard thinking," in the hope that they mtoay be of use to others possessed of the requisite time ;tnd opplortunity. In submitting these crude observations to your scientifi...