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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
HOBART' TOWN. Butcher's Meut.. Beef by the quarter 2jd to ad..by the joint 2d per lb..m ulltto 2d per ditto ..Fo k5d to Od..vealG6d Whreat 5s to 5s 3d ..oats 3s 6d to 3s 9d.. Cape 5arleyj s 3d English do 3s to 4s per bushel.. uoy 31 to 31 :lOs do pressed 41. .sth'u It O1s to il per ton?.. flour:trs rtqnality 121 per ton..secsnd 'iltQ 201..bran8d per bushel..pollard Is ditto.
SYDNEY MARKETS. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
SYDNEY MARKBTS. WHEAT.-The continued wet wea ther prevents much from being brought into market, and the price may be quoted at 4s 3d per bushel for the best quality. FLOUR.--The millers are now firm at £I1 per ton cash, The usual quantity is taken weekly from the mills, without any desire to speculate. Sixteen loads of wheat were re ceived at the Corn Market during the week, which were readily dis posed of at from 4s to 4s 5d per bushel. ''here is a fair supply of mize in the market. but as most of it has not been properly cured, the dealers are very much averse at buying. Good sound well cured maise is worth, wholesale about Is 7d per bushel; the extreme prices range from Is 5d to is Gd per bushel; the general retail price is 2s 6d per bushel. Oats and barley remain as last reported. GOVERNMENr WHEAT.-At the last Court of Requests, held at Windsor, several persons were sued for the amount of their respective promissory notes, given for seed wheat, iurnished by the government in May...
MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
MAY 31. HonAnT TOWN MARKETS.-As we have for some time predicted, the grain market is daily improving, the standing price being this day 5s per bushel ; but our settlers must not be too greedy, for if they hold out too long we shall be inundated with grain by our ne'ghbours. A most extraor dinery circumstance has been men tioned to us by Captain Thorne, of the Ann troopoship; lie was offered a full cargo of British merchandize, by a first-rate house, to take to these colo. nies, on condition that he should load his vessel at Sydney with wheat to take to Valparaiso, at a freight of £4 10s per ton, and there exchange it for a cargo of guano, for England. Let our merchants ponder upon this, and deduce their own conclusions.-Colo nial Times. JUNE 14. HosBtaT TowN MARIe'rs.--\heat, we are happy to find, is still firm at 5s 3d to 5s Gd, with an upward tendency; mate, wholesale, fetch from 4s to 4s 3d, and Englith barley the same. The wet weather has somewhat retarded the forwarding'of larg...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
SYDNEY MARKETS.- Wheat,-VWe have only received a small quantity during the week, and for best sam ples as high as 4s per bushel has been given. / During the week, fifteen loads of wheat have paid dues at the Corn Market, Campbell-street, for which from 3s 83 to 4s Id per bushel was readily given by the millers or their agents. The average price of the fifteen loads was about 3s lid per bushel. From the various enquiries made at the wharfs after sound wheat, it appears that the buyers will advance the price to 4s per bushel, rather than allow fair samples to pass them.
LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
LAUNCESTON. Cataract atnd Supply Mills.-Fine flour 101 per ton..seconds 91 ditto..twelve per cent 81 do .sharpOs Os per 100 lls.: pollard Is per 2olb.. brain 9d do..wlheal 3s 3d perbrbushel. .oats 3s to Sc 3d do*. Union Steamo Mills -Finefflour 121..seeonds 61.. thirds 71..sharps 51 10s per 20o01os. .bran Sd.. pollard 9d per bushel..wheat 4s to 4s 3d do. Barley-EEnglish 3s to 3s 9d per bushel. Oats feed-3s ier busliel. i (eturn of grain and jlour imported and ex potted at the port of Launestoni, during the meek ending 1st1 ay, inclusive;- Imports nil.. Exports, oats 205' bushels.. barley 1350; ditto .. wh'eut 0 ditto. .flour 21 ton1s.
GENERAL ORDER. Sydney, 16th June, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
GENERALt ORaDER. Sydney, l6th Jorne, 14i5. His Excellency the Lieutenant Geii-. *ral Commanding, has miich pleasure in publishing, in gene'al orders; for the information of the troops serving in this command, the following Iat'er, addressed by His Excellency the Go. vernor of New Zealand to the oficer commanding the troops in that colony. By command, &o., E. M. O'CONNELL; Major of Brigade
"Government House, Auckland, May 8, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
&lt;i Government House, Auckland, May 0, 1845. " Sir,-1 have the honour to ac linowledge the receipt of your letters, dated the Is', 7th, 9 I, 12tlh, and 17th nsttintt, giving a detailed account of your military operations, in conse quence of the instructions contained in my letter of the 26th ultimo. " Allow me to offer my hearty con .gratulations on the satisfactory results otfyour ezertionsi and .ihose of Her Majesty's forces under your immediate command. or zealously co-operating. *. Tl'lhte rebtls are beaten and ais persed, their pa h or fortification, im pregnable to naubketry, trebly stock? ded, with walls, embankmtents, and ditches is abandoned to the loyal na tives. " The leaders, Helki and Kawiti, have fled to the woods, and their re maining followers are few in number. T Their loss has been greats more than fifty were killed in action with your forces, and about one hundied and fifty were wounded. 's Several Chiefi; of notoriously bad character, are among those wh...
STATISTICS OF THE WOOL TRADE. (From Gooch & Cousin's Annual Circular.) BALES OF WOOL IMPORTED INTO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
STATISTICS OF THE WOOL TRADE (From Gooch & Cousin's Annual Circular.) BALES OF WOOL IMPORTED INTO LONDON. 1843. 1844. German.......**..**. 9,765..12,559 Spanish and Portugal 2,456.. 5,109 New South Wales.. 34,293..34,598 Van Diemen's Land 14,648..16,126 Port Phillip & Ade laide ....... .... 14,034..140688 Cape of Good Hope 7,734.. 8,425 East India.......... 2,553.. C2,354 Russian ...... .... 9,772..12,168 South American .. 12,466.. 6,900 Barba1y and Turkey 933.. 3,348 Italian ........... 214,. 737 Patras.......... .. 595 Sundry ..........* 150.. 1,039 Bales, ..:, i 109,318 118,647 Names of the principal importers from New South Wales and Van. Diemen's Land- Bales P W Flower and Co.... .• 5,632 Buckles and Co............. 5,353 Robert Brookes .......... 4,157 John Gore & Co........... 3,8388 Reid, Irving &co......... 2,88811 Cockerell &co ............ 2,110 Armitage, Brothers........ 2,001 Donaldson, Lambert,. &co.. 1,7"85 J Adamson. .....
BALES IMPORTED INTO LIVERPOOL IN 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
BALES IMPORTED INTO LIV ERPOOL S IN 1844. South American. .... .... ]7,664 East In.ia...... .... .. 4,317 New South Wales ....; .2,479 Port Phiilip and Adelaide.. 3,017 'Cpe of?Good hlop....... 234 Portugal ................. 6,341 Spanish'................. 573 Russiais ............. 2,56 Barbary and Turkey ...... 6,060 'I'riesto ...... ... ...... 3,839 Italian ....... . ........ 390( Ma1ican ............. .... -15 Patras.. ."....... .. 218 Gernian ...... .......;... 33 Sundry ..,;:........... 1305 Total.. ...... 4,700
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
Tte. schism that has taken pldqe in the Rogtan Catholic Church, and which appiais to be mnaking daily progress is one of the remarkable events of the present day ; and it has arisen chi, fly trom tIhe wise and pacific exhortations of the head of the Cathot.ie Church, conveyed. Ihrough tlhe mediilum of the Bishops, to Iridh subjects to be du litr subjects, and to cease Ithat miichevious agita. lion by which the colntrly has been tiao long distracted. .'11 0 Conntell, lisa.elilorted, flies iit the face of the eclesliastical authorilies of his owh Chutreh, and it Is likely tliatn; wkill draw aftert him a large proportlionl of hi i-no'tant atid deluded tparlizansa ; atd thus a permanent sclhism appears to be begun ini the Catlltile Church by a reliellian against thle authority of its head. Some.of . the more violentt journals, in which thle .repeal raine has beell advocated, denounce the clergy for inbmiiiting to ecclesiastical authority, an'd Mr O'Cohnnell has commenced a deo ided .opp...
ORIGINAL POETRY. SCOTTISH SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
ORIGINAL POETRY. SCOTTISIl SON., 'lie lasses hae need o' cor'rection, Their mischief's been pardclieil o'er aft, The laddies hae need o' jotecdtion, Sonme's gaun tae the deli, an' some daft. It canna be rane their guid guidizi' Maist teck o' us tak' an ill gate i They're lang deservin' a chidiit' For makin' thelir sport at sic rate. O that their hearts were less kittle, We'd hae utie ocedssion ava - And oh that our hearts w'ere less brittle.; Ye'll break thenm past mendin', jades a' The lads, doited fools I heaven help them. Se loang he barrz kept under ante, They haetli the heart for to skelp them,. Though l eel they deserve it they knawv. But issse', ol wariiyrtent it., Or wet cee's awaitin' ye a', - Dell hae's gin your beauty prevent It, Uniless better treatment ye shaw. Oh that your hearts were less kittle, We'd hae Irae occasion ava An' oah that our hearts were less brittle. Ye'll break them past mendiu'.,jades a' I 8, H.
STATISTICS OF THE PAST RACING SEASON IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
STATISTICS OF THE PAST RACING SEASON IN ENGLAND. The following summary of the results of the turf-season, recently concluded, will doubtless prove of interest to our readers. The net amount of stakes won, during that period (exclusive of winners' stakes and expenses, and cups, &c., of whose value no accurate statement can be given,) was £165,796, distributed among 526 winning horses, whose ages were as follows :-78 aged, 42 six.year olds, 86 five-year-olds, 94 fcr;'-year olds, 153 three.year-olds, 72 two.year olds, and '18 of"whose ages we have no account. Alice Hawthorn has war the greatest number of races of any animal during the year-namely, 201 out of 23, value £3645. Colonel Peel's Orlanda (including the Derby) has won the greatest amount of stakes, .7325 Cotherstone last year won £13,790, Foig-a-ballagh (with the Leager, Cesare witch, &c.,) has won £5950; the Prin cess (including the Oaks.) is a winner of £3650 Sorella, £4530; Irhuriel, £4275; Aristides, £3360;...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
MELBOURNE. James Gilligan wiis indicted, for having on the 11th day of Miy last unlawfully and feloniously taken and carr-ed away one Sophia Lavinia Ellerby, out of the posse~sson and against the consent of her mother; Sarah Ellerby, she being an unmarried girl under sixteen years, and of the age of thirteen years and four months, against the setatute in this case made and provided. The charge was partially proved against the prisoner; bUt Mr Stephen called witnesses in defence; to prove the prosecutrix to be one of the most depraved and abandoned characters, His Honor charged the jury. The jury retired, and after an ab. sence of three quarters of an hour re turned a verdict of-Not Guilty. The Crown prosecutor intimated to the court his intention of preferring another charge against the prisoners who was remanded till next morning.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
" Alen who know their rights And, kuowing, dare maltetiina." It has been remarked that the demands of the squatters are ,ague and ' undefined -and to a certain extent this is true. They demand justice, and so that they get it they care not in what shape it comes J'ustice under a lease, or .jurstice. under a piurchase, it. matters not, so that they get justice. This has given rise to a deal o'f. misunder stauding, and it is in this want of precision in making their demands that the prep'6sterous ideas of the nature of their claims, entert'ined by many well meaning rme'i have arisen. It is requisite that this am biguity, should be removed, that correct definitions should be given, and- that, in fact, the squatters should fight for realities, and not for mere aistract principles. With regard to fixity of tenure, some a re content to 'cnnsidea u lease of from eight to twenty-one years a suficient egqiivletit, leaving the terms-of eventual purchase an open question. Others would prefer e...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
TIUE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (From the Sidnley Herald.) Yesterday afternoon (June 16) his Excellency the Commander of the Forces; what is termed - " put in orders" a letter from Governdr Fitz roy to Lieutenant-Cdlonel Hulme, on the late triumph of the. British forces over the New Zealanders, whod are under the control of Johnny. Fleki. That the loss to Kawiti's party was serious, that it will have the effect: of preventing other chiefs from joining Fleki, is quite probable; but as the soldiers retreated, leaving ileki in his pah,l we cannot. under stand how they can claim the victory.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
NOTZCE, Portlanid flay District. rHE SCHEDULES from 1st July to 31st December 1845, will be re, ceiv d by the District Commissioner on the 1st day of July 1845. The attention of licensed parties is particularly called to the correctness in filling-in the different columns. The ground held as runs to be given as nearly as possible in erqare miles. The agricultural crops, of kinds,. to be given in acres, also the general average of the same. Licensed parties having distinct runs are to furnish the. Commissioner with separate schedules agreeably to the Reguilations of 2nd April 1844. FOSTER FYANg, Commissioner of Crown Lands Geelong, 16th June 1845. E6tel to be Let. TO BE LET, from the first of July, the licensed Public-house at Ashbly, one mile from Geelong, and known as the Farmer's Hotel, consisting of a two story brick building, containing nine rooms; also, detached kitchen and sere vants' apartment, 8-stall brick stable. and numerous conveniences, together with 3 acres of ground u...
TIME LISTS OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL RACES. ENGLISH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
IME LISS' OFi ENGLSHIA'D CIOLONIAL RAGES. ENGLISH RA'CESB.: AUSTRALIAN RACES. -GE. Ot T. WlIGHT. TIMSE.' AGO. DIST. DIST WOIT TlII. S1811 yrs. m. yds s . . bs m.. 1845 yrs. m. yds. yd . lbs. m.'s. 'oodowood Clp Launceston Alice Flawthorn,* 0 .- 9 '0 5 00 Paganini a a 3 2 .. 8 0 8 53 'Epdnm )eiby Hobarton -Blo'msbury , 3 1 . 8 0 2 45 Victoria a a 8 I 135 8 3 2 56 1837 1815 I: Pl.Newmarket . ' i? Hobartbn ::,:sey , o -, 5 3l 187;0 :7 644 Gift - - 4 3 270 8 3 0 6 1837 16845 WV.Sh.Good wood Hobarton Slaue' . - 43 _.. 82 6 49 Vanidyke . 4 3 270 9 4 0 6 1839 O1815 - ChIester Oatlands Capsain Pops . 4 1 *8 121 Coronet. r . 5 . ... 9 7 1 5 1813 1844 Doncaster 3yr, - Launceston 'Colherstoale 8 1 1i 8 8.:-7 3 21 Bedlamite a. . 5 2 -,., 9 10. 4 49 1840 : 1815 Goodwood' Cup : Launiceston .iarkniawy : 6 24 .: 9 4 -. 4 58 Coronet ?6 3: 240' 0O 0 4 1843 -... 1843 Doncaster , Home bush. N.S.W. , Pizefiuhter * , 3 1 * 8 7 3 7 "Attila . 3-; 1.353 .8 7 2 4 1843 - -.......... .... - 1845 )one. St. Lege...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
Zn the Press. To be Publishecd by Subscription. A MAP of the. District of Geelong, including'besides the natural fea tures- of the country, roads, &c., all the Squatting Stations within the boun daries of the District, from thie Werriby to the Hopkins, and from the Pyrenees to Cape Otway. .By ALEXANDER J. SKENE. Surveyor to 'the D1istrict Count ril of Grant. T..or e engraved on cop., per, in~ te first style of art. As it is requisite: to ascertain the, probable number -of copies required; ntending. Subscribers are -requested to leave their names:' with the- publisher' without delay, therebty insuring'to them selves the 'earliest 'iminpressioins, which re always the'most valuable.-, J. -HARRISON, Pnblisher, Colonial Secretary' eOlflce, Sydney, 15th May, 1845. Spirits-2elfast. IS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that in pursuance of the powers vested in bim by the Acts of the Governor and Council, 2 Victoria, No. 18, and 3 Victoria, No. 13, He has been please...
AFFAIR OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
AFFAIR OF HONOUR. On Thursday, Mr Robert Lowes Barrister-at-Law, appeared at the Po" lice Office on an information charg ing Mr Edward Broadhurst, Barrister= at-Law, with having sent a challenge to deponent with a view to fight a duel. The following correspondence contains the grounds of the charge: Austral an Cluib, 11 AA M., Samurday. Sir-Having been disappointed in meeting with you at your chambers this morning, and fearing that a repeti tion of my visit to you may awaken suspicion, I do myself the honor to en. close my card, with a letter from my friend, Edward Broadhurst, Esq. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient servant, ARTHUR WAY. R. Lowe, Esq., M C. Friday, June 6, 1845. Sir,-As the period for which we have been mutually prevented from arranging our dilferencas has now- ex. pired, and you have favoured me w th no further communication, 1 now r,+ peat my former charges against you of slander and cowardice. I have nesat to add, that these charges are redoubled by ...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 25 June 1845
.€ir [ (tng 3lntrlligettLc, [GEELONG. .'June tl--Bottjah aidlen, cutter, from lMelbourne, with a general cargo. June 24--liary, cutter, from Melbourne, rillt a genernal cargo. Jtne 21 and 24-Aphrasia, steamer, from ?lIelbourne. June 23-Vresta,steamer, from Melboirne, June 23-Flving Fish. scrlooner, Clinch. master, Ironn Hobart Town. Cargo - 1 utpam engine, 1 beam and weights 2 ploulgbs I flOur mill 1 dray. 12000 slitngles 5000 feet timber, Collins; I bale leather 2 drays 10 ja.a spirit of tar 1 case haRdware 2 bales. Titmms: 2 cases fruit trees, Clinchi 50 eases Geneva 1 hogshead brandy 2 casks .atrthenwt're I ease ploled goods 4 bags "epper 10 boxes tea 23 deals F Ho1bson, I steam ertuine 1 dray. 2 pltnulcs 1 beam and weights 12.000 shingles 11'W Collins. 3 crates trees F. P. Stevens. I case groceries N. Gtesley. 10 jars spirits tar 1 bale leather 2 disto harness Wm. Timms, 2 bales leather A Russell Brother & Co.,4 bales woolpacks rells and Buchlansa. 2 packages slops 1 dit...