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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 2 July 1845

J, J.W. BLAKE, aropm Tully's,. Sath. .,EGS most:.respectfully -to lintimate to his Friends and the Public -f Geelong and District, that he has co(lmenced business as Pastry Cook rnd Coofectioner, in the. house con. ti-uovs to Mr Drummond's stre, Yarra ,reet, Corio. He havig hadl extensive ractteice in first rate Elplish Ilouses, is, cnnsequently in possessioni of the various 'ecipes ne,.essary to the production of •he nmost agreesrble Confections ; which tIe intends having in riadiness for con .umption every day, h|rtw., eI tChe hours i 1t1 andt 4. Among the many viands that constiute the Bill of Fare, the islowing sale particularly specified, Biroh's celebrated Mock Turtle Soup, and other soups, every day. llot Mutton, ClickeiVeal, and Pork Pies, French Fritters, Mince Pies, Custards, Lemon, Ginger Bread, with the usnal assortment of Buns, Cukes, &c. ALSO,. EADE To orDER, Iljnian, and French Creams, Almond Castaids, Orange; and other Jellies, itcluding Jelly Punch. Newimark...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

M1MISCELLANlEA IYDROMETERS.- The ro lowing re markabile exainple ofthe .comurerial advantages which have re.ulted from the use of thi. hydrometer, is mentiooned by M. DUnpin, in his wiork entitled,. Mechanique nppliquet aux .Arts. Jrain. -dies have, according to their greater or leis degree of concentratlon, a greater or less speeific gravity. The French who first measured these degrees of cao, centratiori by means of" hydromieters' gaiited.the advantage of.being able to mrtke their brandies. always aid 'with certainly" of those precise degrees- .of strengt' which are reqiiiired by the di ferent inarkets to which+ they carried thea. , The: Spaniards, "whose 'a rong fullbodied wines are emiisentlv suited to distillation, odenvtioured to enter into competition' with the Frenichih iii the sale of braidies; but as they were i?ot atqusieted with the method f.tmieasuriig their degrees of concentration.hy means of Ihydiouteters, they were obliged to content themselves with the following cl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KANGAROO ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

* KANGAROOISLAND.I (From the Adelaide Register,) The increasing intercourse between Kangaroo Island and Port Adelaide, acasioned chiefly by the salt trade, is prolducing a much more general ac qua'intaince than heretofore with the internal resources and maritime con veniences of this " Isle of WVight" of the Southern Hemisphere. We learn that a schooner of no inconsiderable tonnage is being built at a commodious inlet upon the northern. coast of the island, distant about fifty miles N.W. from.Kingscote,,where the gum tinimber ,is trot only plentifulbut ofconsider able size* as well as remarkably sound; and where, in addition, to a consider able quantum 'of good land, there exists on unrfuiling ' supply of pure water, which imparts to the locality an immediate valuesuperior to that of American River; where, although the timber is plentiful, and some of the adjacent lands exceedingly desirable, all the good water at present discovered affords but a scanty aind uncertajn supply. The so...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL SURVEY OF 20,000 ACBES OF MINERAL LAND IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

SI5FCIIL 0L'RVEY. OF 901000 AC.BlE OF MINERAL LAND IN THE .NOaRTl (T(Fiom 'he Adelaide Iegiser.) PO'l. as mie, time past r runinioer ?ith her .hi tid tiogues has as.igned to one p?ar ticolar distriu., abbout elthly oites northu aeid froni Adetaide, an isuazlug pre-eminence of hine ani wtslth, in the shape of a mon.ler hodi or va¶st deposit of cnpper ore. traceable i 11)e IPMti of fi0teeti n|?tea in length, Car r) itg ,ithi it a isible .bteadth of fr,,s lift eon t ot.('niy f"t. anid y'clding surfsce coppier ii aillicieut ehundstnei tit load tidtindreds of din' ,s with th y loose m it er al. It utppe??, tlhats a shepherd frtm the district alhtOd d. o ( rr if sarohlr district (for others it.' cotifidenty opi.pken of) rivalling the first it nlin'iallrihe.'hi.) lattly brought iott Ado !ni tiime I Ceti, ti,'ily "'ti ch- '5peeiiuen, Sid "If nttiiillilltor de .l icis as to ht ve, the effect of routog r' neeiab'r of- i ohotdss not rasril inflriitied by usiit!.hng sfieurlstive. 'lhltnit gpitl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANTICIPATED ABOLITION OF THE PORT DUES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANTICIPATED ABOLITION OF TIIP -PORT . UES. . rWe refer to the ." F;nianco Minute" of 'hi. Excellency;' with tno ordlnary'feel, oings of joy and congratolations as re escalig genetafiily the most liberal and enlighfcet'd views. and as 'ia'orditig an asnurance anioounitiilg to a pledge of lis Excvllenrys .. desire and intfetion (with the _advice of the Legislative ,Counzcil) t .give ias a Free Port. We a?u.not disposed by further pre. fatory remarks, to deprive our resders of an-y of the pleasure which awails thbmn. fromt a perusal of the Governor's Finaucial Eipo.6' and shAll content ourselves. With bespeakitng for it the caieful perusal to which it is so. well .entitled. Il is confidently anticipated that the reyvenuie for 18946 will not fall short'of 530 000, whilst the . estii ates for the asame year, are £28,978 9a 6d. On Thiursday tlhe 5th current, two whales were ringht at Encoditnter Bay, one by each of Ihe Fisheries. .The one killed hy ieadsmian R"dgers, of t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADA. SPEECH OF SIR CHARLES METCALF. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

CANADA. aPZECH OF silt tt? CHAitES "METCALF. "Addressing the " It-onoiurable Gen tlen?tnof the Legislative Council, and intfriemnen at the lHouse of Assembly," hier Excellency said, after some sen tences of a rotitine character SMany subjrcts in which the wel fire of the province is deeply involved will be entitled to your earnest conk sideration. None can be more import ant tltin the improvement of the edu cathin of the people, which is one of the most urgent duties of the state; and latixiously hope that in addition to, other amendments, your wisdom 'hny he able to devise some arrange rriist respecting the University of Kingas College. - T*The municipal institutions of the jpriLincee the provisions for whicli,have in lower .Can?da proved, to a greet extent,; nugitory, will, no doubt engage your attentiona as well as the state of the pr?isont and the want of luntatic asyluinm.s he amelioration of tihe means .of comnmunication throughout lthe provincee on which its prosperity il?pei...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

h( ip .ng ,Sinuelligencc. GI ELONG. AItHIVED. L July 7 and O--Vesta, steamer, from Mel '5ourne. SJuly 8 -Boujah Mi iden cttttr, 11for el ourine. Car o--15. tolls sal , 9t0 bags potus `t~ot,25 Bags %Vlthrt, 2 entipity asks. h Jdly 5 and Jtzly 8 Vesta, sieanier, for Meltiourne .

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIBBON WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

GIBBON WAKEFIELD. In London Lecturo-room oicclday A magnetised patient lay. And wondrous, things did do andsay, All in. Mlesmeric taance: While,Acland, Molesworth, Buller stood, WVit Ih many mnoemin musing mood. As this phenomenon they viewed And Science's advance. When all at once the spell was broke. And very seriotis was the joke : It seemed that Death with subtle stroke The Clairvliyance had ended; For Wakelield stood behind the chair, And; with dite operator's air, His arm had wav'd in passe a there in mockery inatmnded. To mock, to thwart, to haffle still, From what is good, to work out ill; Has Gibbon \Vak, field tried his skill A tSince before Newgate knew him Abdriction there had lodged him fast, But-his dedizetiorfs that surplatvsed, And young Australia's hopes did blast When Russell lisltened to him. Thus hbold assurance works it's way lifl'e's cup to spill-life's currents sltay, Or darken Science's dawning ray, A demon's arts employing, To lead the gentle maid astray, . ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

i h!ELHOUINE *-. * -; 11110 itD Jilly 5 .Teaizer. slehoonirr, rom A'rldplife;, ^Jilly - lShamrork, stqainer, frIni Sydif e. Passenriers- -essrs G Hiie, J Rotrn ntGi'A R Griuger, J; hn M(Gallumi, DM'DI Dmgall Joltix Brown,'Caplniin HII?flingwortith, Mr andt i to .RMi s ss 'lolliniwo rth. 3J Al'kin?ison T| BBorradaile, Miss :; Brigs,.;G Robinson, D Imlay. S'July; -8-Chirisina, f~m Sydney. Pas sengers - Rev MI r Hami; Mli and .M rs Horn, two Rnns and ivho daugtijlrs, Miss Ellis, and( Mr M5Master ; ' CLEARED OUT. .Jily '.-F)ying Fish, schoolier, for. lobart Town. STHIURSDAY, JULY 10,145

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SELECT POETRY. THE RED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

SELECT POETRY, THIE RED HAND?" (k' . ILLIAM OICNti LE.iTII&.) [Theeniystlaions iipress of tih n'Red Hand. so freqluentltl..mnth,,i by Mir Stehliens, iii his lnct dents of Travel in Yucatani; is suppn.ed,-frons the use of this sign by tue No rth-Amnerican [niuliats. to denote supplication to some deity, ind to stand as a synmbihol uf strength, power, or mastery, as tho accompaniment of prityei.-thus derived, Upos the plains of Yucatan WVithin deep wvoods, forsanken lie, But seldom seen by eye of man., Whole cities of an age gone by. There rise huge pyramids ~crgrolyn With prigk ly trees sitd glait grass Proud Ihalls, eniicited with carved smtatl Through which green lizards nimbly pass. -By nigh t 'tis said, sonic miystic strain, i wild linelodlous cadtinee swells To hteaven, then sinks in earth agnal? Anmid these haunts whlere ruin dwells. Lo, he who climbs these crumbling walls WVll heet some plumned ci lossal lHead, : Whose iidely sculptured brow appals . Vttith seniblaice ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

'' The greal length of the; prece-: ding dispatbies on the .suatting: question, and the late hour at whieC we received them; prevent us from Sentering into. a cb nsideratio bof6 (heir merits, and at'the sathmetimea com. pelids' to. omit a naquanityt , other initter intended for our presenit pub liication;p. ; unb :e W.e stop the press to. annonnce the rrivial of theiNeilliits this morning, at' Point,. edry, with, we iepsumeo; a nunimber f emigrants on board.' SOnr Saturday lastf: a. filly the property oft Mr Willis was delibe rately shot byai person named Ren, in the neighbburhood of Ashby. ''he animal wais found dead on tle fol' lowing ibrining near the Bell-post. Rea, is- in custody and will be brought up .for, examiriution this day.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CURRENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

THE CURRENCY. Tihe people in Scotland, in anticipation of an attempt on the part of Government to suppress one-pound notes, have assembled in tihe various oeuunties to remonstrate agai?st the proposed measure. At.a- meeting held in Edinburgh` last Novniber. Lord dlelville said the currency of Scotland. Was about 3,000,000 of bank-notes, two thirds ofwhich were small notes. Now, the gold circulation of England wvas, *sta'ed to be about £23,Oo,000, which he took to be exclusive of. what was in the bank but. including that, the gold circulation of England might fairly be stated at about £30.000,0'0. Somen t cry dangerous periods had been. eucountered i England, when there was a drain upon the circulation of the country. We may have drains from short harvests, from for eign spe. calations, from foreign wars and subsidies, and from various causes; but the greatest danger was fromn short harvests. It was the duty of a wise Government thenr to bsee that when the emergency should occur, we ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

LATEST ENGLISH1 NEWS. :The Mount:Stewart Elphinstone, arrived at .Hobart Town brings' news to the ~(th March, Sir. Johl.. Franklin lihas been ga-] zetted to the command of the North Polar expedition.: The Erebus and Terror have been fitted with screw pi'opillers for that seri vice, anid Comma?iider Owen Stahi ley atippointed second in Command. We have heard,. from a, quarter geiuerrally" wel.-incirO!nid.°.{ll;rri'. the intentionlof Go ver?ment td mnk a retireild ist for the L.ivy ii all its grades- itfter each' ficer had rea?ched his Goth yetr. A new test has been proposed for the 'niversity of Oxford, b. wh cli' the candidate binds ,hiuself 'to rc'id the thiirl? -nine A4rticles in the sense. in which they -iere origiinll, put -forth , and are at the time ex-plain ed .to them:.. Earl Grey, ,i'ho, lid -.been .46i some time in a riusbt preenrioItH state''of healith,"is fniSt recovering. Oin fthe sfit of ieb'riary; notice 'asgiveli by" ih?e Pos-tlflice du thorities, thiat an nadditions...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

1ELBImOUIRNE. .ANoTIE?ti OUTRAGE liY THe s ýINM T? r iN1AAciTXI'" . GIENTLEME l. -INLtr liijeric hias jiust been ret:eivtd in towns, addinhg another foray to ?tie itriinme raihle onlts which haivo been ltNctised -il iho inimmdiato vicinity of the .Wli nra,. by the ntives, .ou theQflock i.iil herdsi. of the squatters. Sonim short tiurn,.s'nce, in givingn catalokue of the " 'nida" comniittedin thisi di tri th, we n-tioted that lMessrs liaille and Hlarnmiton had heet robbed by the blahtcks of one thou sand sheep:; by intelli4genco rtecent ly.re ceived; we find that they iarAigein tihe Iloers thirough dlia b?nt- lli ties, If one hundred sheep, fi yonily atof wicin hey have utLceeded i itecu veiItg,-- lantdtld

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

INDIA. The Bombay papers give accounts of the storming and capture of the for. tresses of Punalla and Pawughur, which were held by large bodies of insurgents, belonging to the Koladore State., rOn the morning of the e1st Decemlbet the batteries opened against the forrior place, and by half past: five, p r't.a o the same day. the breach being reported practicable, the storming party,., under Lieut Col Brough, advanced undera heavy fire from the walls, and having overcome all the difliculties of ariugcd ascent, carried the place in aboit an hour. Pawnghur was carried at the same time by the 3d brigade under Col Harvey. Immediately after the capture of Punalla, Captain Bayly and Major Clemmons attacked and carried the neighbouring fort of Pavangud. The British loss was very small, but the in, surgents lost many killed and wounded, and about 800 prisoners. Amongst the killed were found the bodies of Baibajee Ahirakur. and Appa Manga, two of the principal leaders; but Yemia Ramoosec,. th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

We have again the pleasure of giving insertion to a communication espousing the opposite side from that which we have taken on the squatting question. We must have expressed ourselves very badly in our former reply; if our correspondent imagines we ;evaded the question " Do the squatters de mand as a right certain privileges above the rest of the community ?" for we gave one general and four or five special reasons -why they ought to possess such privileges. These were-1st. That - the Agirarian or levelling principle of putting the ac tual occupant and improver of a run upon- the same footing as an utter stranger, would militate against the general good of society, and, by the coisequerit "violent transfer of pro perty;, would. produce ruin and an aruhy without even accomplishing the equality sought after." 2nd. That the present occupants, being tenants-at-will or (luring good beha viour, ought not to be ejected on the mere ground that new applicants li'resent themselves. 3rd. That ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Srquatters' Advocate. Set,-In your remarks upon my letter f the 28th ult., you evade the only poict mooted in that commu nication, namely-" Do the squat ters or do they not demand as a right from the Government certain privileges or advantages above and to the prejudice of the rest 'of the Cottriunity?"- If "they. -d'ino'tlat have my answer ; if they do, let them show upon what their claim to such privileges or advantages is based-and if a jiust claim, let it be conceded. Except byaan illustrative allusion to the land purchasers, 1" im not aware of Hliavingin the letter in question in any way brought the agricultural --and pastoral interests and their relative advantages under discussion, but taking Advantage of your editorial knowledge of its author, you have assumed that hli general tendency of my, remi9rks bears towards the protection of the agriculturist alone, and: attack mein the flank upon comparisonis and calculation...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Despatch from Lord Stanley to Sir George Gipps. (No. 12.) Dowing - street, 20th January, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

,Desich f roim -.LordStanldy to.Sir : (.: .:.- .Gebire Gipps . : (No :12" ) : : 'Dowini ng-street, I 20th January ;J84o 5 SM A, she period at . vwyichyou propose; that l oi e niobtle ie egulation's reIlati t6" o'l;te .ccupa'ti'onf fot'il nsold Crown Lads :i n ew o South Wales,; reportedby? yu6ninh tIe 1)'e'spatchfes ie k now?ledg. 'i mi iiof; t.ih 30 ih o6 ei mberil st, wil I a rit tiDost as. soon as I 6 can ex pect Cliis ,De spa tl?.: iil l rce'nhyou1 jrl ,;po lbger, defer? ..puttinig you.nilfpossessiot'n of?y views Shon.itqucstion raised n? these Des I halflise?no i:it ynvself consideriel hl icni.mosta dnx'ioiusy;, h ia ha'yo,, also, req u ird tron tl ommissioners of . Coloal asLan d Eid (I Ligratio the i u.opinion , upon Ithe ol jept. to tiwhich; ,thleyela teaind~cnlicloseg? - you t?olheiri Srports -,: . Iamfully ;scnsible ofjthlie iagni Studle anl;, imipoitanco, Ioth to the: welfaof teli oolony and:to tihc in-i itore st of i'ii?d(ils,of the questiJon indolicsd 0inl teose discuss...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESPATCHES ON THE OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS BY SQUATTERS. Despatch from Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney, 3rd April, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

DESPATCHES ON THE OCCUPATION OF CROWN LA'NDS BY SQUATTERS. (From the Government Gazette) Despatch from Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney, 3rd April, 1844 MY LORD-The management of the unsold lands of the Crown, and espe cially of those beyond what are called "the Boundaries of Location," has often been incidently pointed out by me,as an object of very high import ance to the interests of this colony. I brought the subject before Lord Glenelg, in my Despatch, No.180, of the 7th November, 1838, when re porting ona Local Act (2 Victoria, No. 19) to amend and continue for three years an Act which had bean passed in 1836, "to restrain the unauthorised occupation of Crown Lands," (7 Wil liam IV', No, 4); and again in my Despatch, No. i6, of the Gth April, 1&39, on submitting for Her Majesty's approval a'further Act of the saine na ture (2 Victoria, No. 27). In my despatch 139, of the 28th September, 1840, on the progressive discovery and' occupation of the...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845

Colonial. Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd April, 1844. DEPASTURING LICENSES W? ITH reference to the Regulations Sof the 21st May, 1839, and 14th September, 1840, relative to the occupa tion of. Crown Lands beyond the boun rfaries of location, His Excellency the Governor, in consequence of the practice which has grown up of parties occupy infg several distinct stations under one License, has been pleased, with the ad vice of the Executive Council, to direct, that parties occupyine stations in sepa rate Districts, notwithstanding that the same mry be contiguous, shall be re quired in future to take out a separate license for each such District, and to pay the established fee: of ten pounds for the same; and that no person shall in futurebe allowed to take up a new station, either in the same District in which his stock may be depastored or in any other, without: having first obtained a separate License for the same, under the recommendation of the Commissioner and piiid lhe fee:of ten...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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