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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 February 1841
TIae COnacEat.-UW r Nathan's next ,i*nrert Icom+rns oTf at tlhe Caiedoloiaua ilotal ou WVeduesday na-t. The Free. !I..,,ns o1 the .odo oe Au~tralia F I x, who hoaor hrother Nathan with ;nPl II.r enlCi oln bt.a occa.ioa will is. tatd ih faitl coszum-.--Patrlut. TIatE NEW LAND REGtULATIONS. .tr Gadines of Cte Port n'itllup Uaik. ratis rec?de?|d by Ihe Kilmaurs ,i.struc 1(o1s to 1iturcr1aS- I- ueocsal -tarvry itt h,.o, oi Heniry- Ho-pkLins, E.q., late ol ,habar, t Town.-lbld. THE rLA.CKt.--Mr Robinson the . hiaa Protector, ltlarined to M%1tbourne f;ona his tour to th*- tivt'ns, anld the slur ay on the 23rd tlin?st ed proece,,s WP Ullldrrsutad, to, thwlth .lll ai x.o elodedl j urltay to thu We'.terl road, o te- Gle-ela ad ?tlllmImru ald ainer. mr-dlata Coulltry -lb~d. Ss?-er --'lh AaLcton Company sold ship, a tI-w days sttioe at )h. luw ,, ICe o! Sx ia .?,lKd pejr hi-ad. It Is ,ialy juit liAw' ver to .Il.t, Lthil the ahrep el cult iSolltll all agead f-ioCk. atld c.tllalitrated by.gouo j...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 February 1841
MZELBOUaNE. FROM11 OlJR OWN COIIRESPONDENT Numbers of our rownsmen are absent oil exrersions or varlous sorts--some looking for wivs (In be in the fashion) -some to get rid of duns-some for Plesure-otthers to strike out new fields for spicalation -while those that rtay intowi, a.jud can untend their mind fr,,m busies,, are .enchanted by the taleted family of the Nashins, conl sisting of.fivt lovely daughters and one son, who su.tain with their parent the whdle weight of a long and varied per man te T'he first matter of interest--is-hns hrn-a;nd ever will be--mosYt . It has heen ertting more plentiful of I;ts. There is n' doubt hut that there i; plerirty ol it ii t.he colony ; hut the i"liurs who hsv got it tedrsm'lte the t,?g in the rdingl~i. itl is boarded up or land-tt(ecia .survey--choice slolts -real andl imagit.iry. The iatuial uonnequenre has tbe. a fearful tall in he pri.?eof %herp anid cattle. 'l'heri h:ve bwe, many comnlainta gainst the governtment Ier ntt off-sing a *totre...
WAR WITH FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 February 1841
WAR WITr FRANCE. The following appears in the Cornwall Chronilete of tLhe 6th itst;nt. " A m.rcantile house in town has beern aevisted that theunderwrCiters at Lloy,? have given notice thut they will not take risks for any time unless on war ,ol tets. 'This circumsctalc. Iages us toI b-lie-vs that the q'eetion ol war or ie-ace is all but fo cnally settled,"
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 27 February 1841
SOUTII AUTRlALIA. SWe have heard on good aiuthority. that -Captain Sturt is preparlng ae pilau to connect Torren Island to Ihe main ard atnd to make a road acros. tle swamip to Adeiaide. If Captain Slturt cani by any means accumphlsh this object, there can he little doubt o, its forming ai iniporta t ad Imion to the very great imlprovements at present made in the harbour.
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
WE3LESAALI.E. Git1A IN,.&c. \Vliat.t, per liustlel .. 1" a n.. o b Itaize, pI , l£tlu.el .. - 4 n.. to * Oats. prl bua.hal .... . 5. 0.. to n U ipalel, Ipr b 'ihel .. o o. . ro. n Fi'ur, first, per lo .. 30 o n..40 a Sland ........ 24 a n..30 o " "fI iard ........ * u 1..a n 0 a ll.iy V.D.L. loe.rlnll . Is 0 o ..18 o o BUII.DiNG .IA I'll:IALS. Ia irk,. p,'r Illulsand.ll. 2 5 a.. 2 10 * ?.dar ldeatis, per tint . i oa .. n 0 0 Pi.e, per loot ........ . o 6.. ra 8 l-I.,dwd batrds loll f" 1 5 0.. I 0 t lhies., pier lr h a?s .d 1 10 ..I t . I 0 Ii a teas. pl"r 100 l.et.. I 5 .. 1 7 0 P~athg, ha'lad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 0 atrrlaw dilt, ... .... I 0 .. 1 Net s, per b ........ o a S.. u 1 6 SPIRITI , fIOBACCO. &c. DU1'Y PAID. A Ie. ill bgttle. per dz. t 60 .. a 11 2 P,,,ter,,g per d,,z', .. -o0 16 t 0.. a 18 I Brtdv iper vtallnn . I S n.. I 1 (Gin, 'per Lalnll ... 5 t? .. 10 0 It*aaa, pt gtllota ... I o 0 it.. 0 t 0 PatI I w illaa pr 1luzeali 2 o at.. 3 5 0 Illrla'tr, pr'* ...
Geelong Markets. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
Geelongy JJarkttot. BreadI, per 4 lb. lout' £0 1 9 toO0 0 0 Boer.i ipes lb. .... o o 6G.. 0 0 7 ~Itattoot, pera b . . .~ o 05.3 ..o 0 0 Buuier, Itrz~s1, pe*r Ilu. on 2 0.. o to s.ilt (C loumlIrl .. 2 03.. o 0 S Chee liter lisle) p,.r lb 0 2 ta.. 0 0 0 Cautott., I 0 1 4.. o 0i 0 BosCo r. pe~r .b o 1 G 3. o o * Pot./toes, teea col. .j, o 18 0t.. I n " Fit, º.e, tb * .. ..' 6 t,.* 0 1 * Mtl~iltr. per lb ."... 0 11 4 . o o / al alk, per qua4rt .... o 0 0.. t 0o u :o.4t, pe It*. ... 0 0(.. 0 IA / t.~ttttl ":, ittttlld. leer lit 0 0lt0.. 0. 1. in
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
VICTORIZA H:)USS Uor.'er ol Eliza~beth a" (oU~is Sie fls AND iondIon 6 Manichester Wzrohouse, KLZ1Bgric ruiil r. SCASH 1l1ORV & CO . * - I L now onl hand ., Pn ssr .end II lu-hmr 1II1l0T-, of -mm morriur git.i Y, anzd at greatly reducoed pnrac.. ON SALE, fly tho Uadersa1rned. UI h : Old Tawny Port iii Wood nimijl bottle l'ime Old ýhprry, Vanz.,llem 's, in wood anid bottle Ch amp man.. amid Clnrpt, in (11511se RPII Wine, iii wood and bu thie Porter diuto ditto ~le ditto ditto Fime old Jamnaica Hum JlANrIt.Th)N Si (1G 0 N To bo Sold or Exohanged, T Vo FINE. DIIAUG11 ' tI1011 . with I IA R\ E ' anod )RIA Y eoM !)S."tN. will Il.+ diroitrI of on 134)iI'' III .-rini Aim BI(ý1A1iGL fur 1:W E' -v4mutd bet prelterred.. For f'urth..r particular: Orpplv~nt d a1 .o'h'III (1w 'lht p1 lnu~,i gj to uf, II n Corio, whe~re thto horses and draoy way Je somea., _t fL. pt'rsoinsi amlldhced to tihr - IA'rRIOT OFFICE, Mmoll~umaruo. vailiii four lni'nieoioi~ i toli (Ii) I Im m1ii ouuiltos it bears...
VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
*Dr Shaw, ;T., Shepheurd, Eiq.. -3. *Lee, Pitq , J. Rattenherry, i..iq.,' IP S. ('sun~pheII, t?-q., W. Benver, KuRq., - Taylor, 14q., - 1Aliutun, fy. Airey, '"q..P, J. S ratciiarz, I~q., and M iaK Buluger. - SATURDAY. MARCHI 0. 181.
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
'ENGLISHI NEWS. '1 he Argyle has brough'it Voglish papers up to the 10th of November,. conzainint news of .great importance on the two momentous subjects of W'ooL and WAAR. At a sale of foatrteenhundred" bales of Port ihillip wool on the 8th Octubir, there was ' an unusn. sdly large.atteu.d?nce of buyers, and the sales maintained an advance of Id. to 2d. per pound on the last stales' prices." As the accounts from the manufact'uring districts are of a cheering description, there is a good foundation for suppi ding that the improvement will be per eainent and perhap. progressive. The notorious sir George Arthur was on the point of leavitg.Canada, which aece?ording to the last accounts was .ftr from being in a tranquil state, owing to the agitation raised by. the opponents to the union of the Upper and I,ower` Provinee,. Colonel G"4wler has he' a recalied from South Australia, and taptain Grey was spoken of as his successor. The approaching " interesting evont" of ihe birth of an h.bir...
WAR OR PEACE ! [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
. -W Al OR PEACEt The long uncertainty which has prevailed as to the probable results of the menacing attitude ass'mtd by England and France in their mi.sunderstanding on the P astern question, has it length been satis faetoriy' terminated. The intertest rci'ed by this quarrel between the Joint-Arbiters of the World, has been little .short of the intense en thusiasm induced by' aictnalwirfare and the rcmoval of all apprehension by the latest -French news, must come with a refreshing sengation-of relief: for. however favorable the resultmight probably be to Enxland, still (he dread of ' war! horrid +warl' ougnht :to make the boldest hold his breath,' and pause ere a nation's late be staked on the ' hazard of a die.' The clarnornus miscohief-m iker in Franoe tM. 'i hiers) had e;ietined and b.-en succeeded by a champion of the Pece:piarty (Marshal S?oult) on the 29th (October; and seven d;ays theteafter'the French Chambers were ,penefl'vith a sp ech in favor efi peace. This may be cons...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
MYL~nUuiet PIIIce CUiuii'rr.-FI"ku fjr-i. £'35 to £'39 pe! (on. s.ContcI £'3u Iii Ithld £i() ,'i .£3U ; Ceda~r log-. 4 I. to 5u1; (leals g I. tot Ii ; sh.1pim'ta pier thotsanad E1 1 I59, it) £2 0%. 'a"a hymoonskin 212 'o £13, pe~r u'hest poitatIohs ' 214 to £ t 6 per tori; main , 4. 6 1 to 6s. 6d. pier biushel ; oats 5! 6d Lu'.s. per bus~hel.
THE CAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
THlE "CAB ACI'. We refer our readerm to a very clear and concise sta:ement of's:'Case under this Act, by .1 r Sutton -, gentlemen who has 'requPntly con ducted actions un;der it. (S'ee o:r advertising onlunins.') We are wit nepses to iis acoiiracy in the mIst essentij l particI lars. -a itd little re mains tbor us to comment upon. The Irtre account of the mutter, as apperrs friom the slrttments of the plaintiff, ith, detieh'nidant, and the I ruwn Commis-inner, is simply this :--? r Hird occupied a run on the Hopkin iver; nnther settler drove him off his, rnh.; .Mr Hird's sheep were diseased ;: he a(pplif>» to the ComIuisbhiot, r fo.: ad vice, wh,, igave'him p'rmitiskio to remove his :likc&lt;; .Mir Bird-dcrve -(hem ..t he Sprin,: Cr~ek, where itr WVhiteheid had fixed upon a run, to -procure. a licence fur which he waa then ab.ent in .\'Melbourne. - On reference t'i th. Act, we per ceive that the C(mmissioner may sanc tion the transit of diseased aheip on Crow'i laids;; hu...
NAUTICAL SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
prruchtiil brIoi.. (hr seameni at Nessv York, he usr(i th-. oliIIwiti~g hold apot Irlitsu. ii hhi Mu.: woi : V %Y t1, toy ti"y4. %.. h we a cle~ar sky. ano d I (11 ..koiet fi.iv h-arwlw.y .iver~a -inuowli auii In..' >iahu ofla tiu. Ru t what nwaua t. ,u.Iil. a Iiwlrimmq of the br.a vu~ii. itil wu.Nleril luiorisot ?' I I k I I )uu1 pyou hear ill .'Uut hu~ud. r ! Don't ytuU st* tmuos& fi ~ibis o1 -leilatiilig ! I'r a.. to0 rn guliuernui ! Aivery 01111 to hi, ilut' Ho~w iii. Wow-v rise ~inui tiaih attin-uis th4 -hip ! Vnu. air 34 'dark ! -I'll .- ill - .'is rage- I tOur Intl4thua :tt' gti ise I'll~ ,It(; is tin Is. letibain-endus ! Wi ntuu inext -Ties Doll Mpi' Cl iii( CHIN ei'utr.'l ley thisIto rat if ll oqen , Uii'sud hltnli Iy otoi, amitd exclaimedul-'" Takets to' th.. hng " lu'I ii tears- 1'h-y ill W.s.1i a 11 literly iqir the i o,; of is ii'w" ci eva~." fa.hr cli lo~s ol int u c lover The Iii, i w."eiu For any thtiu.- or 'ot hint h~e. Tory *ttl s~cdil 7.y.,, to.-death- ...
THE DEGRADED CONDITION OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
THE DEGRADED CONDITiON 'OF T1HE GOVERN \.T When the fountain head is pdtinrted, it is vaji ito expect the streans Hlow. ing thence to be pure. Whleth.r in great uit.ainres or petty datails the same contl ratcted l)na,|el-l)aricer.-lhke spirit charac-risea every thiing that enmanatrs from the Sydiney (iovert; m-nt. When the late King made a governor of nir (iorge G Iatps, he e.rtainly "spoilt a most faItous bel lows.men.nder." . We du not here allude to the legis lative ctaracter of the government. lu that re-pect it is despictble enough, but a feeling of pity; counterbalanc that of resentment- against any o'inr of our fellow .creattras who are afflictto with ignorance, sturidity, and folly. It is in the executiVe departmenit that the governor has full sway ,.r the exertre: of his pettifuggirig g8 ins, So proficient is hie in-al! iri":lts housewifery ; !hemanages tio mke tt, oilul, exrrnaVaganrt 'xpcndituro ap pear thle most min-rable and inrstllicie>t IHe is so buSy harding up th...
USE AND ABUSE OF OPIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
*USE AND ABUSB OF OPIUM. At the first geriepral meeting of the Rnyal Mpcdii'e. olIenricl Sociely, 'I)r Siemmond Ierriietod on op)ium. I he popp'ly (he .*aii) is indigenous, ;and groi?r Sioniiaoii.usfly in a large tria't of A?i». hut chbre is s farm. tih' Afi ouiO tIialbsHi.sar, iswhre itis cultivatsd with earea'lcare 'At piriicular r -atc..si of tlhe. year- iincision' are marie. and Ithe cpium is t'oltfflredl willsi ih- kiife.. snd lhb'o'wls insirii; il?iurdfcr"' or" taSiits.. where. it 'untdergoes fermwentaticncl- p)rocess whi h is not ahseelurel.y iie>-.. isry. * hutis Ctonsidr~e'd impcor Hll, ? ld is produce.d by lihe saliva of the flbour ,rs he.ing.aoca upon it. Though etlib c'hewinlg acid swallowieig of opium are. kstwiI tIn have' h-enl pra?. isiee'(l mnily CtntiiIrie's Hgo, it i. only s'ince ith yer 1716 lhal ~ hi've. he. come arquainte.d with tih mncarve»lluc storiesa- whilc'h have. behen repeated of the. extraordliiiac y exi'iemen»rt produCt:e' l!y .opiium- .--An exc'l'(m...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
883P N1:VI . ARRIVAL!, Match 3.-flouj ttu M AZD'e, Paul, bEitigpus* Ciirgo-19 neg. bran cal pirkiecal cas-k vini'aiir. r3 rasesi etuw~dl," 5 boxes ciuarir 1 cu..k Soialh watepr I ca:'k brandy 6 iusits giº 'Mr Griffin 2 cows piakhes 1 bunadle drills 6 thiie canrilis Air Gre'y ; 2 k- gp nails 2 '~asks nails 4 cas~ks salts '2 cueps I cask Mr I ilii Dig; %(0 taus turps I call: %i r 'rints ; I chest draiwers 128 piccei tj timber air ýkreiinac~u. MIarch 4.-=GnvcR'von LA Toone, Pa'6 ai,(ars-'-'Mr Davis. Mr I'onii.:r. %ir Uirwaiiir. Mr &F Mary Good, Mrs D~ay r. snn, and Mi 'Bron.n t argi,-) iA tu~ antid l Uainis I has -harrow tee~th 3 fraimes I 'box Mr Lcarniiiiih ; I box liiit ia4 pin kiiies ditito '2 sofas I roll carpeting'.163 pieces tiiiller 1 0 pa I_ iiigv 'it ' lllg"r ; '2 tatllsi 8 chairs '2 Itgliuis'tidb porter 3bit a nart.' 1` par, et hooks 'a:r Mack; 1 iray IDi Thnni~run:, 1 wa51h ,,taiii I pst eel '2 Itiixcta I holie.. G iisi's 6 i'ii~kg alp Mi T ints; 2 bue Hi~ss F~rio-i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
r'ow, LONDON. .THE FI R. 11A 111QIE S BcUATES, 200 fofl&lt;. Thoma~s K G I1I.. I oUGiGIId'r, ha(4vIMting' ned s he wh lode of he"r ia' IrG ofl W,i1Itl 4Pit ig..e. will haGvG maIini(liedt. (ltpae. ' l. Aoul h. load*edl ill ('o~in 8 y_ lher.-hy. %"vilig utie CZ;GVI11iGe anid delay of ea~l' i5 EU' i1 I',tii I tI leiity. - For freiglh' o(r' P.I/as ta apply to wht' Mtesss WiAI:IE BIIO1'lI EtS.& Cu. Mplsars rTlIA(H:AN & CO.. - 1.'Ihnuz'tie aitdllieelongi. Tor London, Tt" ruBF1StI ("1.A;5 BARQUE? ." aATZNO. 320 lans r uus(er. "J(.ht.r lily. Corn. rln,,,,er. The 'g' ."ii i par t of Ihi. gjhi 's caitrg(U 1% readly Io be pul oil hoardl and w'ill m~eet 'w Uh' qi ;k dicoa . h. 11." ha-'ni *low e to GUIGI #0 tiEg to Ink inI p.t it l her w ioil 'For *VtreigiI' GIG $'a'id'e. 'having vi ry NIuperio1 'accomu MtudMlltul, 'apphly IO 'JA MES CAIN, oir ?. f. WELSH & CO. For London Directr. 111 ie`first; cliass. nisque J. NI "Barkley. G'GUlmaIGIIGeUr. `6(;0 tosa 1." 11ow I...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
t-' M EL1OUUNE SHIPPING. February ?9.-Fton F Hobart Town, thet.gehouer ltay.ndhR, |aylor. Pus. sun~ers- Mrs Bl3ty and family, M-srs Ag?uS, MoorPe.-.41 tddelP i1di(i li*.rv'n1. SFebruary 2^-PFrom ,Launceston lthe Fchonner 'Tamar Passers-t1r & . Ie At )nnald, Mis.? Rohger. %!Rasrs '* utin Eing. .Atlison, Davie:. Kvana, Gibbon. anti Hamilton, foar in the stesrgi.. Fahruary .29.-From Lonldon vis .Launceston. 'ihomnat Cep. schoone r. Finley. Paasenaer-%-Mr & Mrs-B raini ano 3 rhildre.n. Mr Nt Mis Cowel. 1it. Ediwaidu and thild, ir, \'ilting MNessrs Owen, Ittiberts, Perry, l?ick er, Owe-tn. and Cooper, two in the steerage. Fe-bruary 29--The schooner Gem. Penrce. from illa u r'estfnll. lPaisseicti -MIrs G(idwell and two children, fout ln the tsterorge* Februnary 9-'-The schooner Lowe. totft, I rv'n, hirn LauncI oDn. Pes* .engaerr--1rs Wu. eh danti two childre?., Air & 1Mr M'lintoa?, and' Mr Allen, four in the steertage. March 1-The haeque Argyle Gaten. by, from Lond...