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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
MAURITIUS, Our Mauhitius papers are to the 31st March, but they contain little of any interest to our readers. The revenue was in any thing rather than a flourish ing state as compared with the expendi ture. By the official returns laid before the Legislative Council it appeared that the revenueol 1841 was £399,980. and the expenditure £463 962; and this while the Mauritians laboured under a heavy pressure of direct taxation. The amount of Indian Immigration has not been found to be soflicient to afford the extent of relief required by the co-. lonists, yet tihe expense of that which had taken place had amounted to £96,000 more than the funds derived from taxes and other sources out of which it was to be paid for. A matter, apparently of considerable congratulation to the Mau ritiansa, has arisen out of a despatch re, cently received by Sir W. Gomm. It appears that in t839, the Legislative Council of the colony passed an Act au thorising the appropriation of £150 per annum, as an ex...
CAPTAIN STURT'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
CAPTAIN STURT'S EXPEDITION. (From the Register). Mucn anxiety is now beginning to be felt about Captain Sturt and his party, who have now been out on their ex* pedition northward upwards of ten months. This aniety has been greatly in creased by the arrival of a despatch from Mr Nation, of Moorunde, to the Colonial Secretary on Sunday last, stating, as we understand, that it is commonly reported, among the Mur ray River natives, that Captain Sturt and. the whole of his party have been murdered. Atter the most careful inquiry into the matter, we are led to the conclusion, that it is one of these vague rumours of the natives upon which no reliance is to be placed. A native boy, of Moorunde, it appears, accompanied Captain Sturt, and the natives of that district have been holding a " lamen tation" over him, but the same was done in reference to the two boys who accompanied Mr Eyre to England; and the lamentation, therefore, if it mean anything, must be taken rather as a deploration of l...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MrE-INDorIso.--The rage fr. mine. finding has led to some curious mistakes ; The over eagerness of the finders, to possess themoselves of the land, hardly allowing them time to ascertain its rit at situation. Not the least remarkable,h1s happened within these few days ;- . gentleman' mistaking the diioc i n in which the boundary line of a se t di ran from its corner peg. porchased the wrong lot-he (lid not discover his mi take (as the American stories s5)) t:[ after he had sold one.third of his bargain for a thousand pounds. Some net.-r persons who had found it oat a lit e sonnerhad, meanwhile, purchased the right spot, and the original discoverer is left with an equivocal section on hand while the lawyers are spuculating upon the chance of a suit between himself and the disappointed purchaser. - Register. The Southern Races came 'off on Tuesday and WVednesday, in the township~of Noarlunga, C Campbell, Esq , ecting as Judge, Messrs Lond and Anderson as Stewards,,and...
FRE[?]H MINERAL DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
FRE'H MINERAL DISCOVERIES. (F'rom the Register.) TH events of the past week ivill, we cpprehend, give a quietus to all chand. It-rs' ahop mining in South Australia. All the mines hitherto discovered and worked, and whose productiveness and rich returns have been so highly spoken ,of, sinklc into utter insignificance, when placed hy the side of a IRotchschild's operations. The discovery of mineral riches showing "themselves on the surface for an extent of several miles, and of a comparatively commensurate width, has so far excited the minds of many of our sober-sided citizens, that some' doubts as to their perfect sanity were beginning to take placo amongst their best friends, until suflicieni proof of the truth of the reports were afforded, by the testimony of more than one indubitable authority. The locale of this new discovery, is stated to be to the North of Adelaide, between the South land of the Murray and Mount Bryant; and the strata of minerals is'stated to increase in value ...
OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
OPENING OF TUHE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Regfster.) THE present session opens under -unusually favourable circumstances. It is as.cheering to a community as to an' indi-vidual to feel itselfemerg ing from poverty and debt, withl:the high road to prosperity and wealth beforetit.:, - For the first. time for- years past, we find the:Colonial' Treasury con taininga~ large sum of money-the undoubted property of the colony itself; for tihe first tiimethe Execitive Government hasilad to consider how to devote a surplus, instead of how to provide for a deficiency.; and we are bound .o10. say, that the plans adopted by his Eicellency are such as must give 'general satisfaction. He has already' paid. the expenses of the emig'i-ants by the Isabella WVatson; alto one thousand advanced by the Government ,f -New South Wales; and: called in a-similaramount of de benttires-grand news for those who have bought them at from ten to twenty percent. discount. His Excellency further proposes the in...
THE LATE SHIPWRECK IN BASS' STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
TEIE LATE SHIIPWRECK IN BASS' :STRAITS. Wr have received a letter asking. to be informed whether, or rather in sinuating for our information thait, the Mary has not been classed in asy Register of Shipping any time these twenty years, that had she been sea worthy she would not have -gone. to pieces so speedily as .reported, and that being so old as. to have no re cord of her age, and so unseaworthy as to disappear in seven minutes, she could not be fit to go on a voyage in winter from Sydney to England. We have also heard many unfavoti'able comments made respecting her iage and condition, and the muanner of her melancholy loss; anrd it cannot be denied, that there is much ground for dissatisfaction. We o think'it but fair, however, to state, that wve are iuforimeil this vessel underwent a thorough -repair at an, expense of six thliousand pounds, about three years ago; that, previous to hiersailifij this last time, she was 'carefully surveyed by two experienced and competent persons,...
PROSPECTS OF THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
PROSPECTS OF THE WOOL . MARKET. IN a late number of the Economist, is a carefully written article, professing to be a review of the history and pros pects of the Wool Trade of Great Britain. We ore not, ourselves, in possession of the paper, butare enabled to make some extracts therefrom by means of a aummary by one of our Hobart Town cotemporaries. '"The supply and consumption of wool in England during the year 1844 have been on a scale quite unprece dented in extent. The increased soup ply is attributed in some measure to the wise repeal, by Parliament, of the dulty; whvich pressed with great severity on the lowest class of wools, such as are slpplied chiefly from the Alediter ranean, of Russian, Italian, and African growth. The import of these qualities has increased very much in the second half of the year since the duty was re moved. The comparison of these wools imported in 184-2 and 1844 exhibits an 4ncrease, amounting to the difference bw veen 13,981 and 35,940 bags. By offi...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
MARKETS. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Our market has again been very gpoorly supplied with fat cattle, only 45 having been sold in the yard to the butcher' and those almost all of iniser nble quality. The prices, considering the quality, hate been very large; good beasts would have freely given 12s or 14s per ICOibs : 420 indifferent sheep have been sold at 8s Gd to 9s, or ed per lb. T,.enty-tivo grazing cattle, 8 working bullocks, and 5 dairy cows have been sold about former rates. THOMAS KISSOC-. Saturday, 5th July, 1845. GaAtN MAreK.FT..-Flour fine, £14 per ton ; seconds, £t13; wheat. .43 6d to 5s Od per bulel; oarts, scarce,. 3s bd to 4Is Sd: maize, scarce; barley, (English). 2s Od.to 3s 5d ; Cape, 23 Ot d o; bran, 1S.d per bushel pollard, 13d; bread. 4 lb loat, 7d.
THE BANK CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
THE BANK CASE. (From tlhe Sydney Chronicle.) This case,.in which the Bank of Australasia are plaintiffs, and Thomas Chapli Breillat, chairman of the Bank of Australia, defendant, and which has excited so much interest among the mercantile circles of the colony, having already occupied the Supreme Court ten days during the last term, was again called on for trial at bar on Monday last, The Court, as might be expected, was nearly filled with spectators, who were chiefly merchants, bank directors, or gentlemen otherwise interested in mercantile transactions. Their Honors the three Judges took their seats upon the bench at about twenty minutes past ten. The following are the counsel re tained in the case; for the plaintiffs, the Solicitor General, MrFoster and Mr Broadhurst; attorneys, Messrs Minithorne, Gurner and Thomson; for the defendant, Messrs Windeyer, Darvall, Fisher and Lowe; attorney, Mr R. J. Want. The case having been called on, the panel was gone through, when thirty-two ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
T is ordered that a Criminal Session and General Gaol Delivery of the Supreme Court for the district of Phillip' be holden at the Court-house, Latrobe. street, in the town of Melbourne, on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of July nex), at which all parties concerned are re quested to give their attendance. Dated. the: twenty-third day of June A.. one thousand eight hundred and forty.five. R THiERRY. Rosident Judge Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 4th June, 1845. GEELOONG SAVINGS' BANK. IN pursuance of the provisons of the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council, 5 Vic, No 5 intituted, "An Act to amend and to extend to Port Phillip, an act, intituled, t an Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the Savings' Bink of New outh WVales;' " notice is hereby given, that the under mentioned gentlemen have.been ap pointed by His Honor the Superintend ent, to be Dislrict Trustees for the re ceipt at Geelong, of deposits for tihe Savings' Bank of Port Phillip, viz, : Jots .(MOORE A...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
SYDNEY. ARRIVAL OP THE RIGHT REV. DR EPAILLE. - On Sunday last, the Right Rev. Dr Epaille, Vicar Apos tolic of North-western Oconnica, ac companied by seven clergyman and six lay brothers arrived in Sydney by. the Bussorah Merchant. His Lordship and suite we are happy to say, have all arrived in good health, although the voyage was a tedious one ; the Bussorah Merchant having met with a succession of heavy gales after having left the Cape of Good Hope on the 4th May. It is not yet known at which of the islands his Lordship will fix his residence, and it may probably be some weeks before he takes his departure from Sydney. Bishop Epaille, previous to his eleva tion to the episcopacy, was for some time engaged on the mission at New Zealand, having filled the office of Vicar General to the IRight Rev. Dr .Pompallier.-Chronicle.
LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
LAUNCESTON. Cataract and Supply Mills --Fine flour 131 per lto..seconds Il2 do.. twelve per cent Ill do .sharlps 7s per 0lO11s. pollard Is per 201b.. bran 9d do..wheat Ss 6dper bushel..oals 3s to Ss 3d.do . Union Steam Mills.-Fine flour 121..seeonds 111 thirds 91..sharps 6t l0s per 20oOlbs..bran 2d..pollird Is per bi6hel..whe6it s to 3s 3d do. Barley-Enplish 3s to 3s'nd per bushel. Oats jeed-Ss per bushel.
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
S HOBART TOWN.. SBthe.,r's ifeat..Beef by the quarter 22d to 3d..by the joiulfd per lb. .nuitton 2'd per ditto . .Tork.d to Gt..veal ,Gd l'hritt 5s to5 3Sd..oats4s 3d to 4s 6d.. Cape barley 3s Sd English 3"s 0d to 4s per bushel.. hotaf 31 to 31 10s do pressed 41..staw 110s to 91 per lon.. flour first inality 121 per ton..seesnd ditto Itl. .brit9d per bushel .polli? d is 'dilto. - 11. %', Ad cet .
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
A1)-rLA!DE. Crain, flrzir r.=-1rneaz (supcizor) 2s 6dbt 8s 21l-per [ah.aiufri or.IsSd Lo 2s: Od.. fou~r ( flue)R17s_ jpei "OOIGs.¶CCoUnIs 14s vei ditto.. ponllardi ld to' I s per 201b1, boqn f)d lo. 10d per bushel.. barley (eng1ish) 2a (Id to 2s Odd dIto.. cape-ls 9d to Qs. daita sktaaless-2s Od ditto.. barley~ieu1 2s Odl per 501. -b Jineaciu 4d "per "41b loaf ..biscuit l~s to' 14s Tier cewb'r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
- NOTICE. SURIiNG thle period of the SAphrasias' biing laid up for repairs, Mr Raleigh has laid on a Sailing Vessel for hie trade. Any pro (uce for Melbourneiwill he received at the Steam Store; apld gnqds for Geelong received at Raleiglhl Wharf. and for warded as usual. Oeelong, tit July, 1845. * N- OTICE. g BE steamer VESTA is now S regularly running to and from Melbourne and Geelong, Leaving Cole's Wharf, Belbi bourne, at 9 o'clock, on the mornings of Mon days, Wednesdays, and Fridays; and the Wharf. Geeloing', alt seven o'clock, on the .mornings of Tut sdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays. After Cabin. . ... ............ 10 Fore ditto,........... . .... .6 . Horses ........ ....i. ... ....... 6s K'Goods.. will be received for: shipmnnt at Cdle's Wharf, free- of ch'arge,' and, at A.Woollep'i, GeIld"ng,' .; :,i 7th July, 1845. SEED OATS FOR SALB,"e ' r . ,At: the Stores'of iL, S'? ;A WOOLLEY. The Geelong and Portland 3ay Zmmrigration Society.` IT is requested that the respective Member...
ENGLAND. LITERARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
ENGLAND. LITERARY NEWS. Sir Lytton Bulwer having relin- quished novel writing, for the present at least, is engaged in finishing his work on "Athens; its Rise and &nbsp; Fall." Two forthcoming volumes will complete the work; and are stated to be principally devoted to the manners and customs of the Athenians, and to their literature. Mr Grote, late M.P. for London, is also just on the eve of completing his 'History of Greece;" a work on &nbsp; which he has been employed very many years, and which his inexhaus- tive erudition will, doubtless, render valuable. Mr Thomas Carlyle is said to be busy with his "Life of Cromwell." &nbsp; He has, also made a collection of Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, to be published, in all probability, before the Life. They are likely to form about two volumes 8vo. Mr Dicken's new work, the 'Chimes,' published only on the 17th December, has already reached a sixth edition. Up to the present time not less than seventeen thousand...
MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 10 July 1845
MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. Decree in the case of Batman v. Lonsdale.-For the purpose of paying the debts found and reported upon to be due by the Deputy Registrar, let the real and personal estate of the testator, John Batman, or a sufficient part thereof be sold by public auction within three months from this date by the Deputy Registrar, in such proportions and in such a manner as he shall approve of, to the best pur chaser that can be got for the same. Declare Eliza Willoughby, for merly Eliza Batman, to be entitled to dower on any lands which the testator John Batman was possessed of in fee simple at the time of his decease. From the amount of her clear dower let a deduction be made of the several sums of money paid to her by the executors or any sum of money she may have received from Anthony Cottrell, as trustee of rents and profits arising out of the moiety of allotment No. 13; of section num ber 2, conveyed in consideration of natural love and affection, and also in considera...
Opinion of the Lord Bishop of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 July 1845
Opinion of ~he Lord Bishop of Australia. IN the suggestions which I offered to the Legaislative Council in 1342, foi deriving from the waste lands a reve. nue stilficient for purposes ofimmigras. uion, I used (ao)ongst othere)the fol. lowing expressions: " We want to hold out suflicient in ducemests to dispose the grazier to purchase land beyond the limits of location to the extend required. " We want to give him an interest in the soil above that of the niere squatter. and yet to guard against compromsing the rights of the Crown, as well as alienating disproportionati quantities of waste land at an inadequate price. " We want, by giving the landholder such an interest, to encourage him to attend to his own civtl, social, and re ligious improvement, and so to lay a foundation for a flourishing state of society throughout the length and breadth of the land, even to the far thest liinit of this exterided country.'" My proposal was to effect these purposes by leaving it optioual to eve...
DESPATCHES ON THE OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS BY SQUATTERS. Second Despatch from Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney 16th April, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 July 1845
DESPATCHES ON THE - OCCUPATION. OF CROWN LANDS BY SQUATTERS. SSeconrd Despatch frimn Sir George SGipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney 16th April, 1844. My Lord,- With my Despatch No. 75, of the 3rd instant, I trans ji,,tted to your Lordship a copy of'a notice, which, with the advice of my Executive Council, I issued on the 2nd instant, in respect to the occupa tion of Croon Lands in this colony. I have now to inform your Lord ship, that the issue of this notice has produced a great excitement among the occupiers of Crown Lands, and that a publid meeting of "' squatters" was held in Sydney, on the 9th in stant, at which some strong resolu tions were unanimously adopted. The butery which has thus been raised, shoivs how completely the oc cupiers of these lands have acius tomed themselves to look on themi as their own; and how urgently some declarati6n, on the part of the Go. veinmrent w'as nccessary,to check the growth of opinions, such as those -which wee proclaimed at Ihe...