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Geelong Markets. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
Geetong *laxiett. Bread, per 4 lb. loae £0 1 9 to 0 0 0 Beef, per lb......... o o 6... o o 7 Mutlon, per lb .... oo 54..o o Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 G.. o a o salt (colonial) o 2 .6.. o o 0 Cheese (English)perlb o 2 o.. o 0 e Colonial ........ o 1 4..o oo o Eggs, per dozen .... o s 0.. o 6 o Bacon. per lb....... o:1 6.. o n o Potatoes, per cwt. . o 18 o.. 1 o 0 Tea, per Ib; ... .... 6'"o.. o 8 R Sugar, ?er Ib ........ o o 4.. o o G ililk,per quart ...... o o 6.. o 0o Soap, per lb. ;........ o 6.. o0 , Candles, inould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 o
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
'Ihe mw:in 'Viight, who was sulitn rtine since comlltitted ht t e, tie Gel?u; tBenich on al charge of tnuriler, h is been sent down ini chnrge olf i splecill coinstitble to take his trial in Mel bourne.-Gaze te. Tins CORSAIR, SEAIe?n.-The lnawk left the Corsair at the (upe, tinliergoing isomi tr fling repairs. S?he may therelfore be daily looked for. TiEt: LAND (rrcIIcE.- lite ntw lan d regulations ltavihl'4 ctl, e into o??eraulo n ol the 1si instant, to the fill ,exen that it is Sir'George Gipas' will they should coiet at presenit, oil that day the new lend olhice was opened ftor the eiceipt of latndl orders, and the selec. tioni of landu within certain limits. 'I'ht followinll ordelrs were purchnsed, uland thAe purchase money paid nlllto the co lonial treasury :-No. 1. W. Highmeti. 640 aicres; 2, MM.jor Taylor, 640; 3, J. C" Rliddell, 64x; 4, A. F. 'tl,.lt. son, 640 ; 5, iH Hopklins. 5120; 6, Cuthbert & Gardiner, 640; Total 8320 acres.--Plttriot. SOUTH AusritALA,.-Captain ...
Post Office, Geelong. March, 5, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
Post Omce, Geolong. March, 5, 1811: A LI9T of UnrlaimPd Letters ror the= L Mouth ending 28th£ February. A iticin head, M1r J)a mes Alkii,", Robert, W~q. Br ggs, Mlr Ii: 11. [eat, Hlenry Fsq. Clerk, Robert Esq. Cants, Mr Wyo. Daviis, Rlobert I)Duin, fir Thomas liDuidlas, Mr. F. Findlay, Mir Tharrell \Vallace, Niessrg Gauge, Thomas Gibbs, Mr Gibb, Ilrlnry Esq. Gardner, Mr Robert drll, John lodtlkiuscn, Derry, Esq. IIalaer, Mlr D), Keninedyv. Edwsard l3esloy, Esq: Kirk, Mr 'V. MI. Limioi1, Mfr Jire'uh I.yuull, Robert %T/illiam uiirluiy, Daniel M lreod, Norman E'q. "I lntyre, Mr Pec~Pr 5iM, i unell, Geor-, Mackey, Mr NI stolt, ' r John Masster, Mksic MIarifold, 'T'homs Esq. Miurry, .iEq, Sluleon. Mr henry Nortoi, MIichael Newton, Mr Josoph Oveiisoi, Mr Jainee Papps, %1 r john. S. P'r,'nuice., Mrs Ricketts, NMr Hickey, Mlr Andres: Rusell, fir 'Viiiara Scott, Mr %V. Ii. ~ki.,Mir Wilihaus Skiimimr", Nr A. inyisoe, G1. D. 1.: qaq S111o11, u,', r V'A'lliam S trey, Md r T. S ohsee, Tnmsas cso...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
SYDNEY. Fine Flour, 21s. per IOOlbs. Se conds, 16. Itation, 14. Colonial Wheat, 4s. to 7s. per bushel. Maize 2+. to 3s. 6d. ditto. Barley, 5s. ditto, Cape Barley, bs. ditto. Oats, 5s. to 7s. ditto. Hay, 71. to 101. per ton. Wheat Straw, 21. to 2i. 10s.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
News AND) l.uztouus of -rt;u D,\.Y. On1 Mlondag y Ialz it dininer wsi given at Ptety's iotel to thei Attoruey Genmeral by tih i ,mlovri of tu tBar, (51'w i jich o )cH0iu ) Air lIoster, i i he lame 01 the Bar, " presented limo At tomney General with ia hiuuudsuumt e silvet:r ci p. i'he .udges were pr aeset at the diunner.-.Mr Cheeltu tie barrister ha beren appoilted curmnhnssiotar of thie Court of ca ami to deods of grant, vacant by the' appointmnmtmt of -k 'Thefrry; Eaq., to the office of Attor ney General -A contemporary states that the inhabitants on the Hlu nter's Rliver intelul to present Air Therry, late commissioner of Court of requests with some substantial token of their esteem.-It is said that the Union Hank Ihas ittrtly received a consign ment of £10,000 in shpeei' froth Etn gIned --There' has been another .cx tensive failulre in tihe wine and spirit. tradie to the amount of £4?0,000.--The bridges in the nteighboirbhood of Liver Fool are in a very had state of repair, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
CO RIO HO'T'EL. THE Undersigned begs to inform the Settlers and visitors of the Dis. trict of Gelotng, that he will open those premises at the corner of Yarrow and Corio-streets, North Geelong, as nniHdtel, on the 15th instant. when he trusts, from strict attention to the com lorts of those whio may put up at his house, to rierit a share of public patronage. " T. I. BOLGER, North Geelong, March 9. ~Agency. i. J &A.ES DILL S-EGS to inform the Stockholders Sand other residents of the Wes. tern District that he intends acting ?s Agent otr engaging servants, anti wili he happy to rccive orders from those who may entrust him with the charge. For fuather particulars apply to the abhove or to Mr T. 11. 13tLOZt, Gee. long. Williams' Towni j Match 9. " '5r A ""ODE , BUILDING, with the ground on which it stands, it canI easily be converted into eight rooms, is well adapted for ai store,; and in a capital situaition for-any kitnl of busi. ness. Possession cant be given in a very short ...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
CHi NA. Whven the Sesustris left Calnottn there was a report cuirrent that hostili. ties had ceased in China, and that nrrtgtuments had been made to obtain supplies of.tea for the British ships ; this isa slightly ctnfirmatiiry of the intelligence that .reached us some time ago via Mfahnilb. -- We have re ceived files of the Cantoni Register. but they are si'Oet as to pacific mIna +ures haying beein a'dopt.eAt. We trust however, that these surmises may prove c'urrect, as Eangland, from every. ccoutlt that raches us from North, South, Ernsg, and 'Vest, has quiot enough to do witlhouot interfering with the Celestial+, panrticolarly in a war that ha got very littie to justify it. Gssette, . TA.-I, n consequence of the news from China by the.Francis Yaes, Teas fyll in Cape Town from alotnt 15 to 20 per cet't.--South African Commercial Mdvartisor, Dec. 12, ..: ,
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
A Ilil] VALS, March 8.-Lucy, eniitr, .utften master from 3lelhnoulne. P:s6Pnll'ers-J. Row Inn, J. Smith. & W. Malrlin. Caign '60t deals I)r 'lh?mson; 1 lhd ruln I?llr loark; I case hats Mr Grey : 1 chest draw ers I parcel MRr Fliser ;2 hags I box I sieve, l)nllald & Ilalnih,l! I ase prl'. serve's I parcel 1 fenlder- I ham I cask 2 sglddles and bridles 2 hoxes I lbutlcl t Mr Tims ; (ul gSlllt s.ilt - i.r Bnlger : 1 case glass Mr Lloyd ; 10 haus flour Mr Camp bell; 2 cases Mr lMartin, 9.-Victnria, cullter, Snart from Mcl. bouitne, Cauio-- 50 bushels lime. 10.- Governor Lt Trobe, cutler, Cannon rositer, frcuii Aelt)ntllliP, Passeligers ]h1r larringlon, 'Ir Lazarus. Mr Cotchraine MIr Culvert. Mr [lirvey, lr Boucher Miss 3touclther. ilatriett W'ilsatn. A. ''raue, .1 Vilsoii \V. Jaunt's. 4 mene for Mr %Marr, & 2 for Mr )eane. Cargo--4 castes mIercl'hn dise 1 bale. Mr Lazaruis-5 bags fl-uri 2 bags r;c Il,, b ly I coil rope air CamlnpIbell -4 basks winet 4 casks ale,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
THE MELBOURNE, AUCTION COMPANY javne instructed MR. LLOYD to submit to pubiic competition, on THURSDAY the 25th instant, at their Premises, Corio, SFVERAL ALLOTMENTS T in the SUBURBS of North Corio. Twelve Working Bullocks, with Bows and Yokes. One Dray. One Half-acre Allotment at South Corio. One ditto ditto. Three Fat Heifers, equal to Itall-fed. Two Mrers, for saddle or draught. One Ialf-acre Allotment at North Corio, adjoining Mr Strechan's Store, with a frontage to the Wharf, in six lots or in one. One HalfIacre.Allotment adjoining Mr Mark's,(Woolpack Ine), frontage to the Wharf, Several lots of Cows. Sheep, &c. unless previously disposed of.. Terms at time of sale. Mlelbourne AU CTION COMPAN-', THE Undersiened having been ap pointed to the Agency of the above Company at Geelong, (whose liberal method of transacting business- is so universally acknowledged.) will be hnppy to execute any Commission. either Private or Public, that his Friends or the Inhabitants generally ...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
SiELB OU Ni : S6 11P 'PI NG. AItI 'VALS. Marc'l 7.--'The Lod Iobart, brig, from I-obart Town. 8.--Abcolan. schoonerl, Blackhli in ntas tr', frr:m Ad tlaide. Patssenigers-cabin, Slls Everet, .l'es.,; G. Ilamt boronthI, P. Moss. C. 11. Gri'ihtI, E. snt Tlr 'ihoirnton, and WiVllinms: slterage Mlr "& M?s Er. V'ernon. Mlesses 13trnts, Strickltiud, A, Ornint, 11, C. & I'. Everett. W", Finttls, ?V. CIhapan:', and t. DixT:n, Mhlary Saud lcr, niid Isabella Wiilnstey. 0O.-1Mliry, enter, Ludw ik, master, fromt Iiitng's lislanid. 10.-Jeiwess Lrig, Croew mnsister, from ,ydrncy. Pl'senilers - 1le' st? Unii;n. In nes, Cri'l I'n d, O'Fri'iirl, Il'yn hlds, Rogers, HIarper', Dr. Mlia tin, anid the liev, Mr \Vilsnu; thirty in the slret'i pl. 0o,--A strai. nsian fukelt, M'Pherlcnn. masterl, From cdtltey P'ssaenglers--l is H-lotlor Jiidgie W\"illis &: Intly, Captlair Nichills, ltev. Mr & Mrs \ilkin:on~ & Ittili, Messirs Ititsao, I.Raymondl, G rner, Blsweklir, A sp...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
V&ssEI.s IN HARBOUR DURINGr Timk YE EIC. Phition, barque. 320 ttins. Cbirchily mus - Ir, J1 ires C. tin. 11111 P. \V.XWtksi & Co. Sagene; At Point Uieniy, louding with wool, Sorrutes, bi'triue, Rufme, mastrr, oppo site thi Jetty, loading withl wool for London. (Rnvernmor La TProbe, cutter. Viclorin. 'titer lbevazmshire, schiooner. - L.ucy, cutter.
AFFAIRS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
AFFAIRS OF SOUTIH AUSTRALIA. The Coloniztlion Commissioners have this morning isued an advertisement &nbsp; for a loan of £120,000, guaranteed by &nbsp; an assurance, that "Her Majesty's &nbsp; Governmet will undetake to recom mand the Parlament that provision should he made for the fulfilment of the coutract with the lenders." It is under stood to be the inteltion of the Com missioners to pay the debts already incurred.and to honor Colonel Gaowler's bills,-Spectator, Nov. 7. (The following paragraphs appeared in our second edition of last week. We reprint them in the coples supplied to those subscribers who received the first. A nmistake in reprinting the South &nbsp; Australian news arises Ionsa the same cause.) BAIL..--We beg to point out to the worshipful Bench, a fact of which they appear to be ignorant, It is that par ties who are admitted to bail are enti tlied to one hour's grace after the time when they are requested to attend, this is plainl...
IMPRISONMENT OF MUMROWRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 13 March 1841
IMPRISONMENT OF MUMBOWRAN.— It is now nearly six weeks since this aborigine was apprehended, and no one has yet appeared against him! &nbsp; This is a case of cool cruel atrocity on the part of his detainers. They are guilty of cowardice, for they would not dare do the same to a white man. That they are guilty of inhumanity, must be acknowledged by the greatest enemy to the blacks, for any one who would use a dog in the same way would be a dog himself. We have noticed this subject so often, that we should be wanting in our duty if we did not deepen our imprecations upon these violators of law, justice, and humanity. Where are the Protectors the accusers, the Crown Prosecutor, the Superintendent, and the Magis- trates? Are they all implicated in this disgraceful affair? We call upon &nbsp; His Honor Judge Willis to sift this matter to the bottom, and to read the delinquents a severe reprimand. When the aborigine's trial does come on, it is twenty to one that no case w...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
WHOI.ESAT.E. GRAIN, &c. Wheat, per bushel .. o o o..o 0 0 0 Maize, per bushel .. o 4 o.. o o a Oats, per bushel .,.. o 6 o.. o 7 6 Barley, per bushliel .. o o o.. o o a Flour, first, per ton .. 30 o o..40 o 0 Second ........ 24 o o..30 o o 'Ihird .......... o o o.. o o 0 Hay, V.D.L. per ton . 15 o o..18 o 0 o BUILDING MATERIALS: Bricks, per thousand.. 2 5 o.. 2 10 * Cedar deals, per foot . o o o.. o o Pine,per foot ........ o o 6.. o o a Hardwd boards, 100 l'. 1 5 o.. 1 8 6 Shingles, per thousand 1 10 o.. 1 15 o Battens, per 100 feet.. I 5 o.. 1 7 o Paling, broad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 o Narrow ditto ....... 1 0 o.. 1 15 o Nails, per lb......... o o 8.. o 1 - SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &c. DUTY PAID. Ale, in bottle, per doz. o 16 o.. o 18 a Porter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 0 Brandy, per gallon .. 1 8 0.. 1 10 6 Gin, per gallon ...... 5 o.. 1 10 a Rum, per gallon .... 1 o o.. o. o Port wine, per dozen. 2 o o.. 3 5 Sherry, per dozen .... 2 0 o.. 3 6 o Negrohead Tobacco, lb. o ...
Geelong Markets. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
Ge~ottng l tattet0. RETAZL. Bread, per4 lb. loaf £0 1 9to 0 0 0 Beel;, per lb.......... o o 6... n o 7 lMutton, per lb. .... o 5O..o o o Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 6.. o o a salt (colonial) o 2 6.. o o * Cheese (English)perlb o 2 o.. o o o Colonial ........ o 1 4.. o o Eggs, per dozen .... o 6 0.. o 6 O Bacon, per lb. ...... o1 6.. o a o Potatoes, per cwt. .. o 18 o.. 1 o o Tea, per lb, ... .... o 6 0.. o 8 o Sugar,per lb ........ o o 4.. o o 6 Milk, per quart ...... o o 6.. o o o Soap, per lb......... o o 6.. o o 8 Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
Post Office, Geelong. March, 5, 1841. A LIST of Unclaimed Letters for the Mouth ending 28th February. Aitkinhead, Mr James Atkine, Robert, Esq. Briggs, Mr R. H. Beat, tienry Esq. Clerk, Robert Esq. Cains, Mr Wm. Davis, Hobert Dunn, Mr Thomas Dundas, Mr. F. Findlay, Mr Farrell & Wallace, Messrs Gauge, Thomas Gibbs, Mr Gibb, Henry Esq. Gardner, Mr Robert Hall, John Hodgkinson, Henry, Esq. Harker, Mr D. Kennedy, Edward Besley, Esq. Kirk, Mr W. M. Linton, Mr Joseph Lyall, Robert William Marley, Daniel M'Leod, Norman Esq. M'lntyre, Mr Peter M'Donnell, George Mackey, Mr Muston, Mr John Masters, Miss Manifold, Thomas Esq. Murry, Esq. Matson, Mr Henry Norton, Michael Newton, Mr Joseph Ovenson, Mr James Papps, Mr John S. Prentice, Mrs Ricketts, Mr Rickey, Mr Andrew Russell, Mr William Russell, H. D. Esq. Scott, Mr W. R. Skene, Mr William Skinner, Mr A. Smythe, H. W. H. Esqi Smythe, G. D. Esq. Simmons, Mr William Storey, Mr T. Stohee, Thomas Scott, Esq. Tyers, C. W. Esq. Tielens, Henr...
EXTRAORDINARY APPLICATION OF THE LEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
EXTRAORDINARY APPLICATION O[ TILE LEVER. A great sensation has been produced among many scientific persons by the exhibition of a model of a machine for propelling, with assistance of mann motive power. The principle (which is concealed) consists in a peculiar adapt ation of the lever, and the inventor states that it is his conviction that its power would be sufficient to propel railway trains, boats with paddle wheels, and all description of carriag.s on the common road; and he confidently asserts that if the above should not be realised, that one horse in a carriage might be enabled, with the aid of this apparatus, to do the work of lour horses It is the opinion of practical men who have seen it, that if it should be found, upon trial, to work as well on a large scale as it cloes on a small one, and if it is simple in principle and easy of aoplication, that it is an invention of incalculable value. Proof was given of its efficiency by placing the machine, which weighs 121b., upon ...
THE ARCHIMEDES'-SCREW STEAM-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
THE ARCIIIMEDEB'-SCREW SwTEAM-SIIIP. This important experimental ves sel, of which we have recently heard so much, and which may yet be the forerunner of a revolution in steam. navigation, made her appearance at the Broomielaw, Glasgow, on Satur. day. She left Liverpool on Thursday morning, and steamed to Douglas, Isle of Man, a distance of 70 miles, in seven hours and a half, beating the Mona's Isle steam-packet full two hours in this passage. The Archi medes left Douglas on Friday morn ing at a quarter past nine A.M. and without loosing a sail, by the assist ance of the screw alone, reached Greenock at half past twelve the same night, though during the latter part of the voyage, from Ailsa Craig, the wind blew a strong breeze directly a-head. The distai;ce from Douglas to Greenock is not less than 135 miles which was performed, as already stated in fifteen hours and a quarter. At a quarter past nine on Saturday morn ing the Archimedes left Greenock for Glasgow, which she reached a...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 20 March 1841
VESSELS IN HARIBOUR DURING THE WEEK. Platina. barque. 320 tons, Chirchly mas ter, James Cailn. and P. V.NWelsh & Co. agents; At Point Henry. loading with wool, Socrates, barque, Ruffle, master, oppo. site the Jetty, loading with .wool for Loindon. Governor La Trbe, 'cutter. Devonshire, schooner. Lucy, cutter Alice. cutter