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VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
ý>=u6LLSI ,"IARIIOUR DURING TIIE WKIi X. Piatiana, barque, -32O i~ns, Cliirchlyl mae.-, a~euisiu Al Poiint lleuty. lo'idiutg with wool, Socrates, birrqtu, Ruflme, rnitsto,, oppo.. rite the Jetty, loading with wool oroi Lbndon. Flinders, rtter; itantrer, Revenute cuttter, Brigia~tl 'maater. Dlevonshuire, schuooner. Governor La Tr(;bie. cuitler. I3rnijeh MtaidIes, schionnar*
IMPORTANT TO MARINERS. THE EPHEMINA ISLANDS.(Observations by Mr Harper, from the log-book of the barque Juliet, now for the first time published.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
'IMPORTANT TO MAlRItNERS. THE EPIIHEMINA ISLANDS. (Ohsrrvations vhy MAr Harper, fonm the log Shook of the bhrque Juliet. now for tihe first time published.) On Satudayv, s15th Marchlt, 18.8, at noon. Intitude e?sperved. 6 2' north; longitude Sby chrotinmleter 160.' 8' east.. From this latittude andlongitudte. steered NW by w?w per econtpess. 80 miles, ruiniti?ig at the rate of 0 miles 'per hour, wish thick i.nudv wea+heri. at 10 jp r. saw a large island ahead, beating trom NW by N to w, tte distance appearing, to. be .6.or 7 miles ; hauled out SW by W to elc ar tltt hlttttd and steered this course 241 miles; then haultd ullp NW. and steered this roul se 9 miles. We thtn saw a group'of small low isltietds bearing from .NW y N, tO Nw .t; haul. d uip N by w. to give .them a birth, and steered th s course 7 miles untiil dayliht l te maiddle of the gh isl4nid thent bearing E. and the middle of thet stmtall group su:, which app.ared to be fonm 12 to 10 in number. thill steering NW, H heni...
LOVE OF COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
: LOVE OF COUN4TRY. * 1 lnve thee ,thill. anid ever will, - My native landl I * Each anaowy. hill, etachliIcy rili, Ando sea-wit lmed stiariid, Are nil In iii cirns re-iniicd' lby me. And in the " Milly nlight' I think or thaee Lulled Ila tile re's tllow nieauaaer In clhhl ,ind'a fariry cL. ies I wiandaer. Oh, yes, I love tiee still. -It lisno thee, by liceaoia's decree, BItaso sota o enauilaI 1 nuaaa ge paa3; an lifIirca aiay, 'Ini tlin'e who uo'.e hemw birth, Raul hiIa'e fnip nil ulti ucla I Itave hay slade, Ig In aoadopt (rn ai tierr Wlauul- at bodhla' Winbuan 1 bay cling Ials with at an, ausuntion, Till luave loh colas hay deepuen toialrv'iliflh.ia M3'-duaay lentaoart haauuia uairtlbaoaulde'nerani" Liave bratis th1 swiay. T
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
A CS'Di. D~R. SHAW (Member of the 1. oy7. I CI."ge of Sur,,on4. V eland, aimd taro Medical S uperittarI 'I1-nt of titi CollatrCI auti Kitineg.ck I)isi~ensarirs,) uak s leave to Info~rm thd" tumuhlit" of G.e long and its vicinity, that he purpoae-s enteeringi upon th practie.- of his Prulre-ainuu ii, its ditefenun de partweiita. North Curio, March tf, 1841. TIlE ,ELBOURRNE, Have. instructed MR.?LLOYD to uhimit. to pubiic competition, on TIHlURSDll)A Y the 25th instant, at their Premises, Corio, t" VE1 AL ALLOTMEN'TS iri the 'UBURBIS of North Corin, TwelVe Workiog Bullocks, with Bows and Yokes; )tie Dray. O)?te Half-acre Allottaetnt at South Corlo. Ithie ditto delto. Three Pat Heile.r, equal to stalil-fed. Two M:ares, firsatldle or draught. )t. Il alf.aicre Allom or.at North Cbri,. adljoiniong Mr Str:chan's Store, with a frontllage to the Wharf, in six Iot for in n0e. Orie 14e1.aere Allotment adjoining MNr Ma'k's (Woolpack ino), frontage to the Wharf. Several lots of Cowa, Sheep, &...
SYDNEY NEWS AND RUMOURS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
NEws AND RUMouts or rusTe D ,Y. A dinnrr was giverV on the 13:;h, at Ped ty's lloutel, to Sir 'T. L. Miltchell. - Mr I- r i B|iiadley hais been alp. pointed first clerk of the suprein ei5nrt, an the place of Mr Garner, whol ha? resignedl; (and 1lr Eyard is appointed isecond "clirk in place o .lr Br.dly.-. There have been two or three mtre extentrlve failredts in the iast few days; in "one ?aae at is said, Ihera will I ' ashillings in the p, n lid a veilaitle.- It is ? ld thait theit' as itilann ot a.ss.tant colonial ar.eretary will int ble filled isp, as the (Ivernor thi.ka it can iety well he disposed w,ith. -Severat highway rohberses have heen a erpetratted nurieg thle past week. chiefly on persons. in a state of i'nitoxtcation.- It ia said that Co. oriel V'renchv of the 28th R.gimnest, hasn expressed his willagnoss u -agids the Cecldian souciety with tlie aid of the ha d of thalt regiment -At the water poulice court, on Wedne-sday, a waterman was convicted irn a fine of ton rsblh...
THE DRUMMER-BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
THE DRUM1M1ER.BOY. SThe drummer.hny to.the law is cnne. Sin the wilnni IonS y3u will find him, JI I rih.ill-,intl'. chnuield to a;hnlh;w groan, lie ha left Isis soul Iiehhnil hill.n " Inintelnhtlte ihepýikin." the drunnller cried, ' hl?ugh ruthile$s linds nity sitze thee. Thou hast hiree thue hierald of my Iride, Tnine own sweet voice shall piaise thee." }Li lst ill. canle, but his helart of brass ,Woulld not let hint knt$ckle unile', ihe da.ied not the hrihls of hi s drtum, alusl It broke like a crash tof thiundeir. SNo taw recrini shall belabour thee. Thou lithy of hnurnce aind bra'ery, Thy'arnhhings were music sweet to tie. As thlt echo of hollow knavery." Aren?a.
ORIGINAL POETRY. LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
ORZGZNAL POET''RY. LOVE. To sigh, yet feel not pal' To weep, yel tscare kno why Ti sport iti Ile with ll eauty'l chain TIenm throw it inly by To -kneel at niay a shrine, - S Yet,.ty tihe Ihearton e nle To.thalk all other charm% dilvine But Ihsiie we just IiVP Won This Is lIve-?arrheslIs Iv Such as kindleth hearts that rove, To keei one *uaerrel flnme, Through life, unchlleld, unmoved To Iove in, wintry age the Sniie, SWhal fist In youth we loved To feel It at we idnre I WVimth lch ,eflned excess, That tho' Iih heart wisold break with more. We coulId not live willth less. This Islnv.-faithful love Such as sahits might fee1 above. ...
BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
Ba~tt. - We be; to point otut to the, woraftipful fench, 8 fact of' whtich they ajtpetar to ha ig.'aursntt.. It isa. that part tes who are admnt ttd tim hail; aire cittitled to one /s nix. grace after the time wheti I hey are re'q'uire~d to" -jtt~rtd, thia is phlaittly st-dt.d. in; they Ac ; atnd if' any patrty, fiats stiff rr~td;by h.arti itray conuctt(t of hlie Ii ituch inet reatinig their Itail fur utr~tit of' punct i a le.Ittrnuace, we adviste therej to ttike meaisurers tmntteditate~y for re cuvertng.the illtegal 'e'tutirtn........ .. NtBw Cot writ 1-ousa.- The pritt.e.- pzd object of Mr Ihatteitberry'a visit.. rte t oriui wais to laty outh she grounrd%. ~titan of. thet new watcfhtfti~te tunilfcuu~rt.' ftutuae at Southt orbo. I, 11 in to he, es wurk of cunttuderuibte maitn,tud~a, ww" Itet*rve.; bitt .Vu." catnut wvtsh it tutteeatt. " hent so :ti.tuy other works of' It gftcat utntereat are in a 5teltr of etttnd~stitl. CONSTABLE WEAttvit, cite of' tfitt v.ugatot da t thum we "acct...
SERVANT'S ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
SERVANT'S ACrL. This chameleonli.hke mninaure is con-. ttnually varytng its 'cluour. Very 3Bench seei.s it oft d, iffervnt hue; .,~t .d what with errors of interpretatiu n,.. .ind errors of legislation, ii has become such a defoime ' fats of crudities,` that the Lord Ch,inc,.ilor h rsell wuutd tihd it too tough fur ', g'ston. The Act was in force, in Sydney ax ~ r eight weeki before it was heard of in "Gtelueg, when our re.. printed edition forced it into the not iceu of th-.Public and. ih, -.rich. Sitice then they have ,nade uji fur lust tuite tly "' carryintg it on right and elt,"' bringing all maner of cintracis, nid agreements of al tdres and de'c, ip tion. udde r its tmeani ,n dnrl making it a c-rvenient key for every dutli. cut y. Suddenly, theiy now discover that nearly all their formn'-r convictions hale been illegal: It is ho'w- to ie a st~inling rule, /hat aigr. emetets mtad, prior to 201h O)csober, 1841. do niot -coure taithnj th. Act. The Crown Prosecutor of the Pro vinc...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
VAN DX 1W2E'S LAND. We understand that it has been proposeal to declare'rhe wHOr.u CoLO NY IoOLVET, anrd that anay person ohlbjecting to it shall be allowed to plh-ad P, .IA.LY his exemption, and nar h-a creditars honestly twenty shllings in the pound. It is said however, thart ?v shall Gid but few ;" apecral pleatiers," fur - that inso - vency in thins coutary is rather a re courimendlation tio the governrihent than a digrce I -.,aid ilis it fslly verified by the conduct of the goverrnttent in passing such truly " Colonial Acts" ab th'y do or the governine t of these * polhuted "?hures."--Cornt wall ChtOn icle.h RACIGo.--A match has been' made berwee,. C?alph and SL.shar, a horae from Neciv South Wales; for 1000 atys.. asidte, t.take. plalceant. l.I n a nces. ton. A race bet weei 1'riarm anal Fitho will come off on th-. Otlantrah Course on the 12th of this month. M, dch sport is a.cticilated un the north aide, hbut here racing ap.pears on the wanie, far the stkes are nott yet adler...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 6 March 1841
The Patriot has heen further en largrd this wee'k, and is now tid fniisa retspctal'lle lo k?i'g.jonrnal in the Aus tiralasettln coloniets. Liberality and per Bervrence itast hlave been largely taxed to pruduce such a change in sto short a tine. HoPsirAI..-A public meeting is announced to take place at the l'ulice ()fice on Friday next. at one o'clock, fair hie purpose of devising the me.ans for erecting, by tshacliptinr, a gen eral UJitp tal. A .,hdject of such claims to public symnpathy and pihl'ce ttsupport, c?tnni t fill in i1 at tainment, and from knowle'ge if the individ: uals with .whoan the - matter aasumed its present course there, can be little doubht that a well matured plan of operation aill be intrtcd'uced to ths. ntlitet of the mneelting,tand snecess hr thereby secured. A cdeputtatii'n wait.ed tupon his Hon',r, reqtiestittg his indi. vitval snd olicitl stpport; in accedine the former, Mr "l.a Trobe etxpresa'ed h a itettlion to patitoistie the undh-r.I taking by heing pr...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
MAZRKETS. MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE PRICE C(URRENT.-Flour first, £35 to £38 per ton, second £30 to £32, third £20 to £30 ; cedar logs 4d. to 5d ; deals Od. to Is.; shligles per thousand" £1 15s, to £2 us.; tea hysonskin £12 to £13, per chest : potatoes £14 to £16 per ton; maize, 4s 6d to 6s. 6d. per bushel ; oats 5s 6d to 6s. per bushel.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
IHE GEELONG ADVEK TISER is published in Geelong every saturday morning at 7 o'clock, and in Melbourno every Monday morn. ing at 7 o'clock. Terms of Subscription-Six shilling, and sixpence per quarter if paid in ad vance; 'or Seven shillings and sixpence i1 paid at the end of the quarter. The quarter to date from the first publioa tion after the entry of any subscriber's name on the list. Resignations must be accompanied with the payment of the current quarter. and all previous arrears otherwise the paper will continue to be charged until a complete settlement be made. Terms of Advertising-The charge for each insertion is Three shillings for the first six lines of space. and Threepence a line above that number. Advertise ments will be received in-Melbourne till 3 o'clock on Thursdayafternoon, and in Geelong until 9 o'clock on Saturday morning. The number of insoriions i. required to be written on each adver tisement, or they will he continued and charged until countermanded. All or t...
CORIO IN 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
CORIO IN 1850. (Extracted from an ,nla blished Edition of the :Universal Gazetteer.) The most remarkable characteristic of this great city is, that it has out stripped all the towns which were far advanced before Corio was hward of. Ten years ago, there were only about a dozen houses, where now flourishes the Emporium of the Australasiatic Nations. The City of Corio is situ. ated at the southwestern corner of a beautiful harbour of tihe same name. The appearance of the city from the bay is imposing and picturesque, but the view is obstructed by the forest of masts, and the clouds of smt.ke emitted by the steamers which are eternally; arriving and .departing. It is difficult to fix upon the boundary line between the city and the suburbs, for the shores -of the bay are so thickly studded with villas, ship-yards, private wharfs, &c. from Point Henry to Saltwater Creek, that it appears to be one immense met ropolis. That part of the town which slopes towards the bay displays a m...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE PAST, THE PRESENT, AND THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
ORZIGZNAL" POETEY. THE PAST, TAE PRE.SENT, AND THE FUTURE. Oblivion seize the past I Alternately I long with fond regret For joys that fled ton fast, And curse my fate that all those joys have met Care's withering blast The Book'of Seals keep fast I Read not my earthly fate-I might repine With hopeless fear aghast, Or strut with arrogance should fortune shine. Or sink with woe o'ercast. Tse rasrt.NT firmly grasp! " Yesterdlay's dead-Tomorrow yet unborn."' The-gulf of time so vast Dare not to pierce. The torturing past I scorn While neot is in my clasp. | .
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
=ISCE*1LAX4EA. RAISING THE RENT.-A farmer in the neighbourhood of Dunfermline, was thus accosted by his landlord : "' John, I 'am goi,,g to raise your rent." John replied, " Sir, I am much obliged to you5 for I canna raise it mysel." By a late law of New England,.the apothecaries' shops are closed on Sun days. which, it is calculated, will de crease the mortality in the large towns, one-seventh i' CHOTCE IN WINP.-Dymin being asked what wine he' chiefly drank, replied with great truith,"' that which other peo. ple pay for." -INTERESTING READING.-A corres. pondent of an Amerioan paper being anxious that a particular communicatioi should reach the eyes of the ladies. requested the Editor to insert it among the de*aths and marriages. Hos PITA.ITTr.-The late Dr Thynne, so well known for his love of good eating, called one day to pay, a visit to the eccentric Lord IR .. He was shown'into the dining-room, where he found his lordship alone, and engaged in the discussion of an exquisite litt...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
BOUTH A?VSTRALZA. The new Theatre, which cost .£10,000, was opened with the play of Othello. Previous to the com mencement of the piece, Mr Arabin, ofthe Sydney Theatre, delivered an opening address. The Theatre was filled in every part, the dress circle comprised the beauty and faishion of Adelaide. The Adelaide races had taken place; upwards ot £250, were contested for in the diflirent stakes, and in the evening the gentlemen of the. Turf dined together. Mr Campbell's Cobler beat all hii competitors, winning the Ladies's Purse, the Town Plate, and the Sweepstakes. The Municipal Bill seems to work well; the proceedings of the Town Council are regularly reported. Governor (lawler being about visit ing the outpourtr, the Colonial Secre, tary would administer the Govern ment. The old Government House had been destreyed by fire. The Adelaide Auction Compane had commenced business on a large scale. H. T. Advertiser. __________________________________
PROMULGATION OF THE LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
PROMULGATION OF' TIIE LAWS. Every British subject is supposed to be intimatcly acquainted with the laws-by inspiration we sup pose, or some other supernaturAl means; for no attempt is made by the makers of the laws to spread a knowledge of their handiworks. By the establishment of a Court of 'equests and a Public Pound at Corio, several new Acts come into operation, of which the people in general aro ignorant. We are not aware of the existeice of a tinglo copy of' these Acts except at the Police Office, The loss and inconvenience tto the public from the want of 'information must be apparent without any illustration by us. [n oider' to remedy` this evil, (which has been extensively in jmuious on other questions), we intended to puhlish the Imponuding Act, and the Acts relating to Courts of Rlequests,'either in full or in the form of abstracts, in this paper but we have been' prevented in an extraordinary manner. Presuming that this laudable in tention would meet with cordial support ...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
" WIZOLESSAE. GRAIN, &c. %Wheat, per bushel .. o a o.. o a 0 Maize, per bushel .. o0 4 -0.. 0 o o Oats, per bushel .... 0 6 0.. o 7 Barley, per b'sshel .. o o0 0.. o 0 o Flour, first, per ton .. 30 o 0..40 0 * Second ........ 24 0 o..30 o u 'Ihird .......... o o ..;o o Hay; V.D.L. per ton, . 15 0 o..18 o a BUILDING MATERIALS. Bricks, per thousand.. 2 5 0.. 2 10 - Cedar deals, per foot. o o0 0.. o0o . Pine, per foot ....... o o 6.. o 0 o Hardwd boards, 100 ft. I 5 0.,. 1 I o Shilrgles, per thousand 1 10 0o.. 1 15 0 Batteus,-per 100 feet.. I 5' o.. 1 7 ,o Palin'g, broad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 Narrow ditto ....... 1 o o0. 1 15 0 Nails, per lb. ........0 o o S.. o 1 SPIRITS,. TOBACCO, &c. DUTY PAID. Ale,-in bottle, per doz. o 16 o.. o 1 3 Porter, per dozen .. o 16 " o.. o 18 o Brandy. per gallon .. I 8 0..1 10 6 Gin, per gallon ...... 1 5 0.. 1 10 o Rum, per gallon .... 1 0 0.. o 0o Port wine, per dozen. 2 0o .. 3 5 0 Sherry, per dozen .... 2 0 0.. 3 6 0 Negrollead Tobaer...
EUROPE. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE KING OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE TILE KING OF t A'ISC i.. Tho Moniteur Parisien and the Mps. sages, contahit the follow ing uIlletin-- " IPalis, October 16.-A musket shot vnas fired at the king at six o'clock this evening at the miomentit whn hi nlmajesty was passing along the qdrny of the 'Tolil IeriOs on his return to St Cloud. Neil her the king nor any of the eerlsots by v hoem he Was accompanied were hurt. The Issasin vws arrested. lie avowed his crime." Pr.vate letters state, that the name of tile assassin is Darbes. Hle is from the south of France (he said Mar. seilles, but there wats some doubt oni that point.) It would appear that his ,musket had been overloaded, for it burst, and wounded hiir in the shoulder. It is rumoured that the assassit was one of the advocates for war Who ate at pre. sent so much ex i lted,.aod that by mur' dering the king he cnlculated on retov, iog the only iar to the a rival of that calariity. Our (Post) Paris coi'respon dent writes, that the king was fired ...