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THE DEVIL AND TOM CONNOLLY. BEING NO. VII. OF THE KISOGUE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

THE DEVIL AND tOM CONNOLLY. BEING NO. VII. OF THE KISOGUE PAPERS. ._(Frorni the Dublin University Magazine.) '<?VHAt' a capital day for the seent to. lie,. With'a 'abutierly wind and Q cloudy sky'" Says a htlntsma' of olds with a very keen eye, And a very red nose, to a littla boy nigh, As ie sits on the back, Of a very spruce hack, A'nd looks with delight on a beautiful pack Of foxhounds as ever yet ran on a track. There were Howler and Jowler, and Towser * and Yelper, . Add Boxer and Pincher, and Snarler and Skelper, And Tinker; And Winkerl And Blinker, And Clinker, And Griper and Molly, And Snufler. and polly: But tp set down the list of the whole would be.folly ; . For alas I and alack! that it. rests to be said, 'l he iastof that paclk is some forty yeais dead.......... And the huntsman that sat on the back . Of thathack, Died very soon aftr the last of that pack Having kept up thie hlhase by good humour and mirth, Till death one fine afternoon ran histh to earth. Re...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COLONIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

THE COLONIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. (PrOin the Times.) On the 6th June, 1844, an aid dress was made to the Crown by the.:House of Commons, on the kmotion of Mr flume, M.P. for Montrose, for various returns rela tive to the colonies, and the popu Iation and trade thereof. 'I he re suilt of this address has been the preenitation to Parliamenrit of an interesting paler, which was or dered to be printed a few days ago, and came into our possession on Saturday. We annex the follow ing particulars, gleaned from the statistical information affordId by the returns before us. 1. Of our colonies in North . America, including Upper and Lowter Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, Prince Edward's Island, and Newfound land, it appears that the gross tota1 asnoont of the population amounted in 1842, or at the last census to 1'621,152 souls; that the official value.of their iliiporfs into the uni-. ted lcigndom amounted in 1842 to £1,S91,256; that the total exports thereto from the united ki...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MISERIES OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

THE MISERIES OF THE POOR. In Dicken's new work, entitled " The Chimes,' we find tt. followitjg speech of a destitute labotihrer, supposed to be deivered at a meeting of the friends of the poor. The ragged visitor - for he was m serably dresse d-looked round upon the company, and made his homage to themt with a humble bow. 1 Gentlefolks," he said " you've drunk the Labourer, Look at me I" "Just come from gaol," said Mr Fish. ' Just come from gaol," said Will. " And neither for the first time, nor tihe second, nor the third, nor yet the fourth." Mi Filer was heard,to remark testily, that;four times was over the averago; .and he ought to.be ashamed of himself. " Gentlefolks.!" repeated Will Fern. ý- Look at me ! You see I'm at the worst. Beyond all hurt or harm, be. yond your help ; for the time when your kind words or kind actions could have done me good"-he struck his hand upon his breast and shook his head-" is gone, with the sceut of salt year's beans oi clover on the air. Let me s...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

i'YI)NE. Y ; DR LErCHA'RDT AND PA'RTY, Another rumour was prevalent' ai, Brisbane, whlien the Stealier F6 vereign left. Moreltori iBay,' on tfli 13th inst., tlhat .Dri Leichardf: wvas alive, and, wilh his party, was oi nhis way.back to the settled districsi. This .intelligence,- wliiclh''we1o trust mayrprovoe to be corieit,'was b'rougblt. by some. blacks,-whodhad jdist arrivec_ from th --wilds in :the . direction' taken by the venturous ban'd The party which, was a'l6ut to proceed iii search: of lthe Doctor aid his fo.l lowers, nevertheless, inten'ded to lose' no time in ascertaining his fate. Australian. MAGISTRA'IES' DOTITS.D--u Dnin the late sittings of the CriuiaTu Court, a prisoner in custody: on' aLf charge of mu'rder was di'schlarged by proclamation by order of the'o o"irt', there being nothing; in thll' 'isence of the depositions, which ha!d beea', sent back for fu'rther inquiries to beJ' made, to show the Court that ihe pri=' soner was charged with murder--thei' warrant of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

TO IllS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE . GIPPS. STAKE the liberty of addressing your Excellency through the me liuin of a public print-because as a Vort Phillip Sqt'atter and nothing else, I have no other means of con veying my sentiments, being one of a body tctaiiy unrepresented in tha community. I venture to do so be cause .1 beli.e~ve that the opinions I am going to express are those of a great majority of the class to which I belong; although at the same time I have seen with regret a degree of apathy in that class on public questions, which almnost appears to justify the imputation that they are not fit for civil privileges. This I account for by our scatteredposition, which makes unanimity physically impossible I ahd by the reflection that public spirit invariably lan guishes-when not called into exer' cise. Moreover I know that many of us submit to our present position as a temporary banishment, seeking muerely to realise an ibdeperdence out of a country in which as men and gentlemen...

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 — 31 July 1845

MELBOURNE "'July 27.A-Mitriner, sclonner. from Circular Head " l ' 7 OCLSAROD' nUT. S.July5.-Swnn. briF. for Larilceston. July 20.-1lyini Squirrel, schooner, for Huobart S'Town. SThe Corio Hounds will meet on Friday; the "lst August, at Cowie's -CreVk' n't daybreak PUNCTU(ALLY. Teer qluattters ' aiboate. ". Men who know their rizlits And , kllwineg, darl mainitain."

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

GEELO G.' A RnttVD. July 26. - lotjnh tMaiden,'cutter, from Mel bonr, ne, willi gtenrral cHron. Jily tr.-Jtlin, cluter, fron Melbnilrn, ditto. July 20.-Mary. Bright, ditto, dlitto. in ballast. July 30.-Vestm, tnenmer, 'fron Melbourne. !,:-.l'.-.tf--^i- .: - *;I.*,r -fA r.D."' t' SJuly 9?.-Bnljah Mahideri, cutter, for Melbourne, C..ri-M4 : hllock hides, 3 cnsks tallow, bale blankelt. 40 bhns ptnfatoes, 64 ditto whenlt. - "July 20 -'Mary, WYatson, cllter. for' Melbourne. inrcun-mSO bushels llne, 21 bnes potatoes. * :;Jily £0-V.?-tn, steamer, for MlelbnIrnt-e. July 30.-Mary, Bright, cutler, for Melbourne in 'billant; .

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FASHIONS FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

FASHIONS FOIL MARCH... White aind pink are the faiºouiite colours this seasoln, for :rape, gauze, anti other.light.tnaterials of dress : tulle rtso is again in fashion; and forms pretty toilettes~; irth double skirts, ornai.ented with ruches: the cottages are all pointed and very open, en ctxur, showing a chemisette or guimpe of muslin, richly embroidered, or plisse, rising iuch higher than the corsage. Young ladies frequently have triple skirts of tulle, finished with a broad hem, and berthe to correspond s and for tall figures the double tunic of crape, trimmed vrith tWo rowk of fringed ribbon, placed on the lower skirt; Dresses of satin, daunas; brocart, &c., are mostly trilnmed . with label often placed en echelle in Irott of the skirt, or with a plat of ribbon, separating two aontants placed iat the sidbs. Wreaths of flowers are very mutli used up the titides of ball dresses: those in foilage of oak leaves terminate with ai bunch of acorns : guipure fringes are made in ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMMIGRATION FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (To the Editor of the Hobart Town Advertiser.) 3rd July, 1815. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

IMMIGRATION FROM. VAN blE MEN'S LANDI (To the Editor of the Hobart Town Advertiser.) 3rd July, 1815. S'rn,-It is assertedl in the Petition to the Queen that the i'ubounded supply of con vict labour ' has thrown out of.ediployinent many of the free labourers who were induced to emigrate, hither, and must soon drive them eout of Van Diemen's Land, thus further lessening the proportion of free inhabitants in the colony.' ' This beihg . muatter of considerable im porlance, I have made inquiry respecting the number of free persons who have left the colony within the last six motiths, and the following is the result - " Since the Ist Januaty last 1i06 persons have sailed from Hobart Town, .and 887 1taye arrived ; and 1209 have sailed from Latinceston. while 398 have arrived dtkring thb smte period. " T'lhu's (after deducting the arrivals) 1490 free persons, that is. a twentieth part of the Whole free - population have deserted the colony within six ontlths. " Supposing emigration from the...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

BUISH FIRES. From Griffith's Port Phillip. There is one incident, and that by no means an uncommon one, which undoubtedly puts to the proof all a bushman's energy. This is the occurrence of bush fires. All parts of the country, but particularly those which are naturally rich, and where the grass is not sufficiently eaten down by stock, are exceedingly apt to catch fire in the summer time, when the grass has become withered and dry. Some persons are of opinion that the ignition is spontaneous; but there are quite enough of known causes to account for their occur rence, without resorting to this ob scure explanation of their origin founded on a fact which is by no means established. Travellers or shepherds lighting fires (a very fre quent circumstance,) the natives car rying about fire-sticks from place to place, their leaving their numerous fires burning when they abandon their encampment, as also settlers setting fire to part of their runs in order to burn off the old grass, are amo...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUARTERLY REVENUE. ENDING JUNE 30, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

QUARTERLY REVENUE. ENDING JUNE 30, 1845. (Frim the Australian.) THE increase on the last Quarter's Revenue compared with the parallel quarter of 1844, is as follows, viz. n On Fees for Vessels, Wharfage £ and Lighthouse Dues........ . 378 On Coal exported to-Foreign Countries .................... 11 On Colonial Spirits ............ 365 On Auction Licenses and Duties: 500 On Licenses to distil Spirits and also on Licenses to retdill Spirits and Beer...........: 989 On Licenses to Hawkers....... 25 On Rents of Tolls and Ferries 107 On Assessments.of Live Stock 283 On Tonnage Duty . ............ 6 On Rent of Government Stores 14 On Fee.-in Courts of Petty Ses, sion ............................. 20 On Government Printing....... 87 On Interest on Public Monies Deposited in Banks............. 6 On payment made b3 the Sydney Corporation for Printing and Stationery .................... 74 On payment made by Free Lunatics ................. .. 58 On repayment of Freight of Stores per John Bul...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. Edward Broadhurst, Esq., barris ter at-law, appeared to take his trial on a charge of misdemeanor. There where three counts in the information ; the charge was, that Mr Broadhurst had incited Robert. Lowe, Esq., to a breach of the peace, by sending certain letters, and also by publishing a certain placard, all of which were set out in the first count,. and in the second and third sepa'rately recited. The Solicitor-General said he relied principally on the seconid count, in which was set out the letter; which Mr Broadhurst had sent to Mr Lowe; as although the law could not, and ought not to recognise the usages of society in these matters, yet the jury would look to them ; 'The Solicitor-General concluded by sta ting that the present prosecution was not connected in any way with anyi, fecling thai might exist between the. parties, but was instituted on behalf of the Queen to maintain the peace. Mr Lowe was called and gave egi deace with respect to his having r...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAY OF ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

BAY OF ISLANDS. Tus intelligence by the'Lady Leigh, from the Bay of Islands, was antici pated to be of rather an important nature; but up to the time of her sailing no conflict between the British and the New Zealanders had taken place. Our forees were en= camped at Waimate, in the immediate vicinity of the native stronghold or pah, and hostilities were ex pected to be commenced every day. Lt was repor'ed that Heki had been dan gerously wounded in a skirmish with a hostile tribe, by a ball entering his thigh. In order to have the ball extracted, he had been carried to the Bush, leaving his pah and followers in command of Kowitti, the only other chief of importance among the hostile natives. [The rumour has since been contradicted].. The Lady Leigh from Auckland, Coromandel Harbour, and Kawau, entered the Bay by passport, the port being still under blockade. The barques Slainsm Castle and British Sovereign, colo nial brig Victoria, schooner Velocity, and schooner Prince Albert,. had ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. TIHE KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER, In consequence of the creation of His Majesty the King of the French as a Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter,. and the investiture of the reigning Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, the Marquis of Abercorn, and the Earls de Grey. Talbot, and Powis, nearly the whole of. the banners and achievements of the ,Knights in St. George's Chapel are required to be entirely re-arranged. Sir Charles George Yourg, Garter King-of-Arms, has been superintending the new ar rangerment of the banners, &c., at the chapel of St. George, in conforinity with the existing slate of the order. The banner and achievements. of the King of the French are placed over His Majesty's stalls, Stalls .are also assigned to the K.hights recently elect ed member, of this noble fraternity, whose achievements will be prepared ahd affixed over their respective stalls forthwith. We are enabled to give the following oicial account. of the or'de'r of th'e. Mtalls of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANT OF PASTORAL LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

WANT OF PASTORAL LABOURERS. F-rom the Sydney Herald.' The prospective scarcity of labour in the colony has often occupied our most anxious considerationi. But that which a, year eago was prospective, is now become immediate and actual. In the interior, the demand for lab'o'ur is increasing every day, whilst the sup ply remains stationary. And from the very nature of things, the demand will continue to increase more and more rapidly. The flourishing state of the wool market having given to all 'the operations of sheep;firming a fresh impeuis, and encouraged further invest ments of capital in what is now deem ed the safest as well as most reniunera tive pursuit in the colony, there is of course a corresponding call for more shepherds; and we expect that in tha approaching spring, there will he buch a call for ~hearers as was never heard belore. The o'utcry begins indeed` already to reach our ears. Oiur Miore. ton Bay correspondent saya--".We are sadly in want of laboulr for the 110she...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESMERISM IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

MESML4RIhM IN AUST RALIA. Irodi the SydneyHfriad. As we tiave rnot fyet in ths coltiony any scientific aooiety recordit i ?ig it trannaieinsa in a peirmi?nnt form for the' "beeTlfit erid ag isi?rition uf i. l publiic a large, it is n?ly tirdigi? dth: columisiof a in?iwspiperhihfat 1' r facti' scientific: in is chari .ea r, or pit' forward "a' sutclican b?h gipen -tont.hr iworld. The Philosopliical dMirgzine, in London, and the periodicals devoted to the systienatical redorditing and dis cussing ??entific. topies rih d corclu?. sionw,'are, as it were, the "very lud g' by which science brenthes, and without wbich, there 'could he no effectuat fieans whereby ingenious ahd i'investi' gative men could communicate either t'o each other or the world thelr etperi ments or discoveFiesI'-I°t is fr'om thie kind of consideration, thtt without apologising to otir readeras- e lay before ihen thii details of an exneperi ment (vwith the accompanying observa' tione lately made by' Mir 'Archllbir Cun...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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A MODERN NERO. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

A )MUUKI.N iNK LI . ,;: ri E,D)flurdari of iKorcjpfan.i (on-in;hlw 2f its conqlpcror,M ehlemet Ali)'one dii y ihseived that someo one had ialikei a pinch ofsnulf out of his boa dauring 'hi ibsence.' ' 'His p'uapicioiln lilitcd' upoi' his vaildt.' r-In-. therefore, oni ai subsc' quent occanioni?-' confinedl a l;fly inghllula box, and leaviing it in. his div.uan, went into alother room, ,nd order?t his.ser vant to f.etci nonmelhiin from Ltli'R chain-. her ihii wr.ili he had put" dowi tl he hox.i 'iThe servant feRll into theitsnar ins tei'd t t take a pinch-tfnd the fly hadf scaped withiio t heing 'l'obser.vedl. In ashiorf,time thlie Deftutrler' retlurned to( the. room.--fo.und that .tihe fly /.caped. frum;ils con[fiBnementt-and immediately l.skitl..Jte.- seriv.int- who had'tii opencl the hitx 1 ; ' sir" he oifdiit, n ;tly'.'ic plied I;;'I tl- aili'iilt."t Tims tiberty he paii'?with hiif life'' ihe "n fflan haiitd him flogg ie'd .;toi dpiulih-i A tlegro: bought mriilk'ofa wa mn- for iv...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 31 July 1845

Unreserved Salo: MR. A. LEVY, Will sell by auction, on TUESDAY next, the 5th August, 1845, the following goods FLOUR, Blue;,Woolparks, Dressing Glasses. Chest Drawers, Ironmon gery, Cutlery, Carperiters',Tools, and a great assortmenit of Me?rchandize. S Terms at Sale. HOESES! HORSES II G. J. FRENCH, From Loudon, B EGS respectfully to inform the Gentry of Geclong and-District, thiat he is prepared to CLIP "or SINGE HORSES according t6 the latest mode. For particuilars., apply to Mr. H. Dewing, at Mr Scott's, Druggist, Corio. ninznes to C. Bladen,? Es, W ednesday, 6th August. ENTLEMEN who intend dining, ' are reque'sted to leave their names as ;early as possible at the Bar of 31ak's [lotel. Ticket, liicluding Wines, '1. High Price for a Sheep Station, W ANTED a Right of Station, that Swill cariy From four, to five thou-: sind Sheep, within Eighty miles of Gegiong, for which Five Hutidre'd Sheep will be given, warranted never to have been diseased. Apply to ,MR. GRIFFIN, Retreat Ion, '...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 2 August 1845

Under Distress for Rent. MR. A. LEVY Will sell by auction, on MONDAY, the 4th August, on the Ground, at James Gannon's, on the Barrabool Hills, POTATOES, Dray and Bullocks, and siindry Furniture. Strayed Cattle, FOUND ASTRAY, and now running near Bunninyong, the following Working Bullocks and other Cattle: One- red Bullock, star on forehead, C on ribs. One Bullock, red sides, white back HM off rump, W near shoulder. One brown and white, HIM off rump, W near shoulder. blind off eye. One red and white bullock, branded MAC off ribs. Cattle, branded R on ribs, Ditto ditto' D on near rump A stray grey Horse, lame in fdre legs, formerly Elms and Lang's. Further information may be learned on application at. the office of this papers upon paylng the expense ol advertising. Unreserved Sale BIR. A. LEVY, Will sell by auction, on TUESDAY ne't, the 5th Adigust, 1845, the t following goods;-- FLOUIl, Blue, Woolpacks, Dressing 6 Glasses with Drawvers, Ironmon gery, Cutlery, Carpenters' Tools, and...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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REVISION OF THE RUBRIC. HOUSE OF LORDS, FEB. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 2 August 1845

REVISION OF THE RUBRidC. HOUSE OF LORDS, FEB. 27. LORD Foriescue presented several etitions relating to a revision of the aubric. The noble lord went into a fistory of the events which have e'ly taken place in the diocese t" Exeter, aind stated that the con . tlion of the people was that the bservances enjoined by the bishop ad atendency to produce an ap rg timation to the Church of Rome; ifd so strong Was this iinpression, fIat even where [the practices ob cted to were of long standing, the lergy had been compelled to abanidon temn. .The bishop in making the rders which had provoked this con "oversy, had professed to be acting '"the spirit and according to the •tter of the rubrics; and attention ingitius directed to them, it had een discovered that the laxity in teir. administration was not confined lhe clergy, but that even by the ishops, as in the ceremony of con rmation, they are not strictly car ied out. Much that they enjoined Sd, fallen into disuse, but there i as no power in...

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