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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 19 July 1845

TAHITI. From the Sydney Weekly Register. lYx have received during the present week a file of L'Oceanie Francaise to the 4th May inclusive, from which we collect the following facts. Thd female chief Terii-Taria (otherwise named Arii-Paia) the aunt of Queen Pomare who ordered the flag of the French Protectorate to be struck at Ouahine, not satisfied with this feat caused the chiefs who had recognised the Protec torate to be apprehended and carried to Raiatea where they were tried and condemned. The Queen wished them to be put to death, but this was opposed by the principal chief of the Island. Terii-Taaia obliged all the natives of Ouahine to construct a fort, and to construct a fort, and to shut themselves up there. The island of Onahine was subse quently visited by the steamer Phaeton, Captain Maissin, who learnt that with the exception of one man, who was drunk at the time, not one of the natives of the island had assisted the followers of Terii-Taria in cutting down the flag of t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMARKS ON THE PROPOSED NEW SQUATTING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 19 July 1845

R El A.TKS ON' 'tIE PI1OPOSED NEW SQUAT'ITING REGULATIONS. Si'HA?v read , the Despatches"Troiii dl'id to `"en'd, an'd 1 have carefully, :id : hope thoroughly, woighed afiid w?iuilied lthem. I begin by aidliitting thit iltly are the produetion of an :blile and conmrehensive mind, -andl'i minid too, de'&ted to the bost inter ists :of `thol' colony. 'NePe? iilsc 'v s, Ishall- enileavour to prove -that this most ablii -mincd,; and those very best intentions, ,have-wandered 'froni-the trith in:.their.esearches as widely aIs liht frfIni dairkneSs, and I sliall: stic? also~ whe.ie the deiiation takes places, and ?Ihat adverse nfinfluence Sl"admit"at oncd thiit if I, hold a station of thoeil cicity of ltree or ten s_ itions, I onlht to payjfor three or ten. In this I se,- a vast benefit to nil hhisses ii the Provincei of which I :sliall obtain a share in return for my' contribution. I see a large and sure laind revenue, upon which is based a large loan at mnoderate interest,. and a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Squatters' Advocate "Men who know their rights And, knowing, dare maintain." To the Editor of the Port Phillip Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 19 July 1845

" Mtei wht o know their ri-liL .And, knowing, dare minltUino." 0 , T the Editor of the Port Pliillo Heirald. Mfrt. EDITOR,-In such a comniu hiataitbri as that which accompanies tiis letter, I must make some asser fiods without formal prddf. Dis t-inbtly to establish every doctrine I lay down, and trace causes to the frc tiiotb results which I predict, to the satisfaction of every mind, would xwell a newspaper article into a trea rise. My object will be answered if I awake public attention to the moit clarming schleme that was perlhaps ever submitted td any colony. *My remarks will etecnd into tdo or perhaps three of your impressions, and will conclude with a plan which will; I venture to believe; reconcile all contending interests arid satisfy every thing except that Act of Par liament which is the root of all our imponding miseries. EDWARD CURR. St. Ieliers,i uly 14,184.5.

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 — 19 July 1845

. -" Ma"ianOUUtE- . July 17;.--'»w'nn, brig, Bell master,: rom Li0Liiej i *c.'?Puabp~er? -Mh J;. II. Mi son. - lrr Crmpleby, Mr Urn is Lewis anrd folur rhlildrcn 'i rs 'Tiurbull arld four _chilld rti TMis C: Slew art hle.srs: Gerrardi Cliadlrr, Eagin, smiilih, Glnsby, Bradcock, Oxl ,.Gonltl, 11l ,1 M' heizie, Mis Rbbeito, nAlis Iogt. i.d Rtl bi-rtl Gale. S AI LED N il ...

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 — 19 July 1845

.ýliilý ting sfntclligcntc. Gf:ELO1GG. AflflVIfl. July 15.=Vesta, stina, er, rrom Mlelbourne July l7-BoujaIc 1ai len.cuitr, for N e beIIfhiup; Car o-=-5Rbegs. Tl iblb, 9 cnsks`'ta low, S0 bnuPsultF 1'keg nails, 21b)ales Woo July.7 7-Vtsta. -scesmel, for Mlelbouin -

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 — 24 July 1845

Oranges, manana•, Lezions, Citrons, Also, Chillies and Rock Oysters. J OHN H. CRAIG respectfully In forms the public of. Geelpng. and neighbourhood, that he will receive by the next and following Svdneytearmer,~ consignments of the above and other fruits In,season. : J. 1i. C. bugs that he.,may: be favcred a by early orders, hi-?swhich means lie I will .e enabled to keep ;.the prices uni- I forvhly moderate. S. Acdemy, N. Geelong... . : Near the:Stores.of. G. T. Lloyd, Esq. 0 . 3rd July, 18415, Public-house for Sale. #MR. LEVY - W ill sell y Iaucionr, at his Mart, on SVEDE?f.SDAY', the 6th Augtust* (unless previously. sold-by irivate bargain) THAT well known'i andflong-esta l? hlshed Public house, ,cqjlled. the "'FIORSE'SHOE IN;,": distiant abiutbo twenly -miles fromi' G'elofig, 'on the Portlanid and Port Fairy Honad. In cotnection with the house there is a blacksmith's; forge in :wo', kingR order, cdtitivaitiinand: horse pa ddocks, garden, & c..,: & c. ... . : I -'i...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SALT-HILL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

T: lT~I s SLT'HILL MlDR 'eI-.John Taiwel;originaIl ransported to New South't Wall fo forgery 'lie Been fiiuld g uilty: ,fwilful murder, a nd has since Ibeen ?executed. for ,polsoning Sarali-i H rie. with -prussic acid r T ie1 n prPainer-?l huuh not horn?of Qnak~ri parents we di'dmld da nzeniher of the. Societyof ot'rieids. Upon his convicw tionhe ,was, of -course, ejected ; and;' althoigh rYco gniseil by Miesasrs f`ock house: and WValker'i-t Sydney, ?et he niever again;, entered intolfull comn munion "ith thie body;i 'though he adopted ilie '.garbi;erected a ?ne'elting ho?se at Sydney' and both in England and the' doroies yas sipu o ed to be a Qmlaker i Many,: in ',tlhi8ii iafad were pjreorially.acquinted: wiih hiiii: The unfortunale- deceased lived iss} ervant: with f 'ivell& Sydney.; ,heinhe kept a druggisi, iop. .;Iris supposed thatl ie possesses property at len'it to the aioiuiut of £30 000 THe lived-'iii a ty of ?? f eegaii? e "at Beikliampstead, an1id as oan inatellige...

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 — 24 July 1845

It is reported,ibut'we do nbti know. witlit'h.lat' dgree of 'truth, that a proposal will hbomade in the Legis a tifi Counci1, for the ,cestablis?hment, ,pf,1 oliortsof Quarter Sessions, and4 Criiminal :Circuit Courts;at Geeld?ng and .Portlandni;' to carry out-w ich' an additiona! ugl'~ge~woul requlre to: bo .;appoin tcd. hil: is s a ,niatter of ,reryjgreat ir-iportance:lto- tihe.iin abi,i ta n stof' remitcidist icts'f; and ifd the object bcold bo forwavided by anv effoito beh on elof the inhabitants i't1 wou?l hbe highly, proper that some demonstration should be maade. B'it think'ig as we 10 d that thie _Gii eirniniint'will'agree to th proposail so 'son .as the Circuit Coourts, are rendcred necessary by the great ex penae1 of _paying, for tlhe -convey ,nnce 'bof ·:itne'sses and prisoners, :and'not soiner, any- expressio of p iibli ppro biation of the- mieasure wiuld.nscarcely be listened to.;,-: " Thile, week comnencing the4tlh of August will- be calculeated to afford the utmost gra...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAURITIUS [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

SMAURITIUS--Tho Deborahiarrived on Thursday from the Isle of France? bringing news to 1st Ma'y. She lihas blrdioght ba?k' :130 tons of siugar in' returni fortho :Wiheat shipped: from iienoe;,lhlicih r lt Ii- fromi3d aollaii 15 centsi to iillars l cents 'thuis eitting from 3s od to 4s Id per 1bushel -a 'ery.sgoodl p;:pce for'the owners, Bince thecargowals laidinr at a low ligire Ti lie lofnasseoriifmrinfhence, 'liad als o redi intlite ILiiiritius She damgeild lirce tiers of liher cargo on tlhe passage, tand tlhe-ifn3ured whea atd'iadbeen bsold at `2, dollari. I'reasury Bills at '300 d isiwere a?t, 'per cent ipremium~ the rit.of ils co-unt onr conimerfcia ills froiii 9 to' 1" iper centi pe annum. ifiFini fty ?shifep peci Guana; h'lidc been. sold: atl 7 dol lars 5 centsicacli 480 bags bran.byj .thiurlisaie.ssel :were oisposed of ait 3 dlollars 35 cents pier1001bsi Siiroisg cre ron! the advance ; first uality (lollars5 cents to5 dollars,5 cents. -sccondil d4 ollars . 25 cents :;,to ,4, ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

SfOB3ARTiTO.WN. ;, Fronýte Lanuiceston Advertiser. : ;0'' ! TIHE following notice is advertised ini the last Gazetteo: Notice.is hereby given to all holders of con? dltinltalipardoilons;whoi; ln y be desirous qf'hadi '?? such pardtons extended to the limits o, the Austra. lian Coloidles and Neiv'Zealnid, tihislitn iihoimakitii their pplicatti htt s for the snin,exItension of indul-. r?ct ie':lto (ili is'olcc they Will he laid iheftire the Lieutenant-Governor, in order that those approved of by his Excellency may b'e iintilediately gra Itad. rT'o the men a'ho liai e earned by. good ,conductthese ind ulgenciesthis permission, to :,work .in :the colonies. generally, is only an act of common liinumanity:, no that this island : is to be isrwvhelrined '-itli tho sainds of, don iictscwhose b'nidtiidni?? whilt"t un der sentence',ist:renderedl better btiy far than the present conditionof pri-. soners holding,indulgences; and bet ter` toohlian tat of tlie honest and idUstriodilabborr ~of En,?...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PREVENTION OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

t'+ E o pt r 1+-- " , :,.t3Vg'NT OF FIRS.-- The fol lowing: are.' the " Reso'lutiions which were ainssed at'thle Public Meeting in Melbottirn last wBek ?- ? :. T;a i i is. in iie 9plnilfnnf;idie meet ing, wce.ssiry and expebdient that a society SoldI be inmr-di ttli y formed suppo, ted Iy ln?niary -?iheqrip iont, for the purpose of preventlig sl~l ex' ineichink tires in .the town o6f I , lilt nne. anit that smalf iocii'l be rilled " TiheiMellihilrrne- Fire i~revefili'e Society." '. 'Tiit subasrc iption lists be forthwith oprnced- ait," ihiil;lrdes as the committee may a nlintit :, a rnd that till elasqtes of persnes be invitedi ti joinithe -society, and cont.ihute ito 14- find,; according to their respeclive mneans.110, ,,; 3. t'rhat- a cnmmitter reCsistiing of the .fol lowirie geentlemen .h appointd, for the purr of, frl ming.rlte, fixing salries. and carr-yii" not ithe olhjecat of thie erciety, viz. --The Tie yor, Alderlnai Condell, M11esrrs, Edmund Wi. thy, Aitirew, Ito.e Crniksh...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPREME COURT. (Continuation of the Trial of Mr M[?]Vitie). [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

'- SUPREME COURT. 1 7(Continuation of trie TriinFirtMr M'Yitie). "* ,, Mr Williarns .had -several, objectionsg to tlake :- 1is. T'hat 7 and 8- George 4th, unlder which thi present idformatiirin was 5ljiid tdili not contemplate at caseof thia nai ute,; it, re: private:capacity ands not: to pubhleiiervints; Tlhre w as an objection he had to make to ilie'firstdooint; tlhiit lie lifidlembezziedl `a £40 order, the property;, of: I=he:,.Queen ; it never was tihe property of ithe Queen:; and the evidence went to shlewti'e `tool ~£33tI3., as to tlteosecotid couint he could not, object to that upon the same ground, as tt' there .said money.- r.With respect tortlhe cciltt: forieni bezzlement;ihie must object that no embezzler mrieit had elien attempted to" be; proved;sY' false entry- was all they lhad at tempted, to prove, and thiat was all they setupi as to enthczzletnent:'; Biit hiid thire beens a' fdlse enti'y.l Lnooking at the. books,:the, entries were true, bittliie' totalling tip. wits ...

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 — 24 July 1845

Eules of the Port- Philip pmmi gration Society. W E the undersicned Stockholdersand other employers of labour jn the District of Port Phillip hereby :agree to form ourselves .into a Society for the purpose of introduci.g shepherds, la- Io::rrrs,, and house servants into this District. We agree t~heP governed according to the= following=iules :- 1.-Thbt, tihe-narme of the Society shall be '. The Port Phillip .Immigration Socieriy. .:-That all employers of labour may be men bers of this society by signing this ogreement and con'orming to the rules. 3-That each member at the time' of -i nine, shall pay to he: Secretary the suml t7 6 I for each male servant. andt 5qP"sPr.:each female. servant em Iployeil by him, and shall also make a similar paymeint in the moith of July' li each siucceeding 'year.'until the society shall he dissolved, orits opera' sionu suspended, as hereinafter pro viile d. 4.-'T'hat the-money. of the.cociety shall be place'd iii tlie Union.BRnk ino el. hourne, nhi dr...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

NEW ZE1AL'; J-D. I HOUSE OF COMMONS, AIARCH 10. Mr Somes moved for, copies of all correspondence between the Colonial Ofliqe and the Governor of New Zea~Laiad. rspecting the issue of de bentures and the rendering them a legal tender. Mr Aglionby seconded the motion, and in a long speech charged the Local Government of New Zealand and Lord Stanley with a gross breach of faith towards the New Zealand Company and the colonists. Mr H-lope, on the part-of the Go vernment, said he was ready to pro duce all the information which the colonial Office possessed, if it was moved for.. Having answered many of the remarks made by Mr Aglionhy, Jlr Hope protested against the course that had been adopted in this in stance, of. bringing forward charges whilh .had been threatened against Lord Stanley and himself on the in "formation already before the House. -Mr C. Buller enumerated the charges brought against the Governor of New.,Zealand and the Colonial Secretary,' asvto making debentures legal ten...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. A FEW LINES OF ADVICE ADDRESSED TO A LOVESICK YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

SORIGINAL POETRY. A PEW LINES OF ADVICE ADDIESSED TO A : LOVESICK YOUIH. • . Don't boist of yourt Jane, your Julia, or Anna, She ltay thrun the 'gitar, tlle harp, or piano ; She may sing like a syren, and dance like a grace. Sylpllik'e Ier figure; angeliic her face; Unaffected lier nianner, andi vod of all pride, JuS thllesweet creatire y'nl'd wish for a bride; Her ravgn locks n1 ringlets flowilg, tier clhceks wilth hiealth nd.blualies glowing, : Her neck of Parian marble's wivlteihess, lHer eyes of most ceflulgent Irighltness, H er. haldsa supeilativiely clt;i And then, by Jove 1 such-pretty feet; Now you mnayasumnimon upl tile whole, And say she bas-she has--she has a nol. iBel ieve an old Blaze, who long eyed the sex, 'Tb know woman truly,a sage would perplcx; Many are saints, a few.tlre are sinners; Alas very few who can cook us nice dinners. Some ladies for ever delight to coquette, And othllers contrive to get deep into debt; So0rie will keep sulky fir days and for weeks, If t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEWEST REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

THE NEWEST REGULATIONS. TH the preceding column will be found an official notification of the terms .upon whlih Depasturing Licenses will be issued for the current year. The Government having found. that great difficulty would be met with in ascertaining the extent of existing runs, in or der to carry out the regulations ol the 2nd April, 1844, have come to the resolution of shifting the extra license from the **land" to the " stock..' Instead of charging an extra ten pounds for every twenty square miles of run, the sum of £2 o1s will be charged for every thousand sheep above four thousand, being at the rate ofan extra license for every four thousand sheep--accord ing to the last half-yearly returns. The vascillating, would-if-it could conduct of Government, is likely to end in a regular comedy of er rors'; and the series of recommen dations, remarks, emendations, old regulations, new regulations, tem porary regulations, original pro posals, Colonial-office reports, and despatches t...

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 — 24 July 1845

Colonial Secretary's Office, S Sydney, 10th July, 1845 CRtOW'N LANDJ OCLUPATION. _W ITN] reference to the .noti.ce res pecting licen-ýs to pasture Sheep aod Cattle on Crown Lands, which was .issued from thi soffice, on the 2nd April, 1844 and to the Despatches of which copies were published in the Govern menl Gaizttp Extraordinary, of the 28th June lust, His Excellency the Governor, with the -advice of the Executive Coun cil, has. directed this additional notice to be published. -: 'The quantities of land' actually in theoccupation of individuals being, as -.yet, in many cases, imperfectly known to the Government. the rules laid down in the Notice of:the 2nd April, 1841, cannot be fully applied in the issue of liceises for the current year: licenses, therefore. for the occupation of Crown Lands beyond the boundaries of loca rion duaing the year which commenced -i11 the 1st instant, and will end on the 30th J.une, 1846 will be issued on the to1,low1lhl terms: (1.) A separate License ...

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 — 24 July 1845

GeELO~G. · ~aiuty I3-PRad~t jch~n,ier, Murary iniaarir from HobartIIC Ton.~' 1snednga.Pe r lrs-r 0 AbirtMr Mts~an,~ srlcand 72~ rrtclrnge, POslrlgera Cb~rO;( aitta,l 1 bx.l \Ible: trl;tti etad. .Ipty 21~-scd" 23~-Vcata, (canter, (rout Miel .uIy-21. Bre' cnieMorfmse.fr July-IDTnrl, and~e ODVeta a;tennk ror MeI~l ourne. I

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 — 24 July 1845

MELBOURNE WORKS oN AUSTRALIA.-- _ r think we mentioned that Mr Howitt, went home with the intention of publishing a work on Australia, and %e observe it advertised in the" English papers. There will be no want of works on Australia now; Mr M'Combie has a series of sketches to appear in the English periodicals on Australia. One, " Jackey Jackey, or Big Bob the Native Chief," appears in the March number of the Colonial Maga zine: The editor of that rising periodical writes as follows : ",Works on Australia continue to be offered in addition to Mr M'C.'s Sketch ! I have a series of papers from Mr Porter to go on with, and Mr Arden, late proprictor of the Port Phillip Gazette, has sent me a letter, offering a work on Australia." It must be remembered also that Mr Grifllith, has published a small work or pampleton this district.-Gazette. ADVANCe AUsTitALIA.-The Inter eat which these colonies are creating in the mother country seems to be on the encreasa. We have been favoured with the fo...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 24 July 1845

IHOIBART TOWN. T,?,:?" TonAGo."=*It -has been cur rently reported, and generally believed, that ihe Tobago;. which was wrecked off the George Town H[eads was not in., sured. This mistake arose from the statement:' of the captain of the vessel, who was n;t sawane that the owner had insure't her- two days. after the vessel had sailed; A .letter received here by the Shamrock 'steamer, some days after the wreck happened, stated that in con sequence pf .the " unfavourable up pearance of the weather, he had insured the vessel against all risks. The owvner appears to have been always in consi derable, doubt respecting the manure of treating -his ship, sometimes insuring her, but more frequently not. On on?o of these. occasion the brig happened to be a few hours over her time, when he went to' an insurance company, and stating -his anxiety, expressed a'wish to insure her. The company agreed to'do so;, o condition' he paid a heavier per centage, which he complied with. and had notleft tlhe o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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