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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
M ELBOUIRN E. MaLnouIRNs PRItICE CUItRENT.-Flour first, £27 to £28 per ton, second £26 third £25; nine 3Md per foot, cedLar logs 4d. to 5d.; deals 9id.; shingle s per thousand £1 15s, to £2 os.; tea hysonskin £13 to £LEl, per i'hest ; potatoes £14 to £-16 per ton;. miiz-, 3s to 5s. per bushel ; oats 7s to 8s Gd per bushel.
MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
IETIOUlNE.. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. (From the Herald, April 27.) Yesterday was the day to which the civil sittings wereadjourned. Not a single case was set down for trial, nor any motions to be made to the Court. Thie adjournmenF w6as:until Thursday, the day set apart for jury cases, but no jiry has, been applied'four~: - Therb are a rei' undefended' ciu'ses`'set down for Thursday, respecting which his 1-lonor remarked, that the 29:h was the day for hearing causes in equity, hut sup posing th.at had been.forgotten in this .early..formation of, the Court, he would take the cases as set down.
ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. - Her :Majesty's ships Erebus, Cap. .tlain .Itoss, it N., an: iPd rror, Capt.ai n .Cro ier,r'.R.:N., .hao arrived 'from .th:o.. antarctic regions, having penetrated eleven degrees farther than the French discovery ships, and four degrees farther than any other vessel. They ran along thie land for many hundreds of miles, but could discover no inlet or harbour to winter in, the whole line of coast being Walled in with ice. Two volcanos were seen, to which the names of Terror and Erebus have been given. The barrier, as laid down by the French, is incorrect, and it is believed the Terror and Erebus sailed inside the tier of ice mountains mis taken by them for terra firma. The position of the magnetic pole has been discovered, which was the pria cipal object of the explorers. Several whales were seen, and numbers of seals, but they were not of the proper sort, and a white bird of an .entire uew species was' discovered. The land reported to;hav'e'been dis. covered by...
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
WHZOLESAM.. GRAIN,&c. Wheat, per bushel .. 0 o o.. 0o o iMlaize, per bushel.: .. o 4 o.. o 0o Oats, per bushel .... o 6 o.. o 7 o Barley, per b'ishel .. o o0.. o 0 0 Flour, first, per ton .. 28 o o..35 o o Second ........ 24 o 0..28 0 o 'I ,ird .......... o o.. o o a fay, V).D.L. per ton . 15 o *o..18 ao o BUILDING MAT'ERIALS: Bricks, per thousand.. 2 5 0.. 2 10 o Cedar deals, per foot. o o. 0 o o o Pine, per loot........ o o 6.. o a S Hard wd boards, 100 ft. I 5 0.. 1 8 6 Shingles, per tliousand 2 o o.. 2 5 o Battens, per 100 feet.. I 5 0.. 1 7 0 Paling, broad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 o Narrow ditto... ..... 1 o 0.- 1 15 o Nails, per lb.......... o o 8.1. o 1 o SPIRITS,. TOBACCO, &c. Ale, in bottle, per doz. o 10 o.. o 18 o Porter, per dozen .. o 16 .. o 18 o Brandy~ pergallon... I 8 o.. 1 10 o Gin;, peirgallln".. .'.. - o.. Ilo1.G Rtuin, per gallon,..... i o a0o .;oo o Port wine, pet dozen. 2 0. 0o.., 3 5 o Sherr, pier dozen .... 2 o 0.. 3 6 o Negrohead T'obacco, lb. ...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
SHIP NEWS. A It IVA L. ? pril 25-A Icl, .cutter, II. Sutton muaster, from Melbourne, with 21 pas. seniers nndsa general caFgo. ;,A pri)~l5-Bou0JAI MAIDEN schooner, Vesry master, from Melbourne, with 15 ptrssengets, nnd a general cargo. April G6-l;ucy, cutter, Batten master fromn fMelbourne, with several paos eegPers, April 28S-T,-K l.tR, schooner, Bell master, fcom. Launceston. Passenger, Mlr Krddle.. Sr veral rams of superior bt ee tlave'heen laniled ft om this vessel. Apri' F~9- GdV E NOrl L.A I'taonn cutter Coan?ou'master from Melbourne, eleven passengers. Ap'il '9 - DivnNstIREn, schooner. 'l.. Sntto?i'mnster, from Melbourne, with twelve ipassenter.s. Dnr r.tiTUnce; ,pvril 26-Boujah Maiden. schooner., •for M'elhloure. * ' ?rpril 27--Alice cutler, for Melbourne. April 28--Lucy ruiter, for Melbourne. - p:il JO-Tamnar, schooner, for Wil. lium's Town.
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
M EILBOUIRNE SHIPPING. A II IVA LS. April o2 - ITUNA. brig, Sanderson master, from Fydney. . Passengers - rMessrs Jamieson, Dight, M'Vitie,.U ar* riot, Ileeves, arnd Cockburn, and sixteen in the stoerage. 25-W i .LIA.t lluanues, brig, Robinsorn nfmater, from:Launceston.'. i'assengers / es.?r Cu lbertson. Batihury, arid Lewis, and three in the steerage. 2.5-I'ICKWICcK, Culter, Welsh master, ---fr* IM-lln 2dri. tOn:--- Pnae raera-Mi sses Richards and Lane,. Messrs. Howes,. Kit;t, Clarke, Lnne, and Hagen. G - Grat; schooner, Penrce master, from I nuncest,,n. Passengers-Messrs Aaket.l aid Dryden, and six in the hIe'Perage. °G - NAIAD. schooner, Carr master. from lloIart Town. Passengers, Messrs Best and Griffliths, and nine in the ste.i'rage. 27 - Istar.r.LA, schooner, Murray niaster, from. lobart Town. Passengers - Mr Campbell. Mrs Lewis and three children, J. Marshall, J.;Pink, and J. \Verks. 17--J rwass, brig, Crew master, from 5y.d hy. . 27-AiTriiALASIAN PACRa.T, Iarque. N~ichols mh...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
VIISSILS IN: IIAIUOUR DURING TILE Plnitin, barqulc, 320 tnns,Wyeherly ins ic', J~irzics YCni i. nnrd'P. \W5SVelns & Co. lgcnlrs At Point' llceiry,. 1o cing with `tool, '(Itiiinr1 ýchooner, iUell mnstr. G.ovcriir LaTrl'l'nIh, cutter. 1)r nzishiri', sclhunltier Ituijla ,Maidce, schooner. A lIce cutler Lucy, cutler
TOWNSHIPS ON THE SYDNEY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
TOWNSB[FPS'ON THE SYDNEY ROAD ON the Port Phillip road, between Yass and Melbourne, there are three townships lately laid out by the Go vernment. The first of these is Gundagai; near th"e crossing place of the Murrum bidgee, sixty miles from Yass. In this township there is no house of any description,,neither is there any in its neighbourhood, except one public house and a blacksmith's shop. The next township is Albury, sit nated (140. miles from Gundagai). at the crossing place of the.Huine River; a more eligible spot than: this could not have been selected for a township. It is on the bank of a splendid river. It is on the high-road from Sydney to Melbourne. Itis suirouiided by hun dreds of sheep and cattle stations, in supplyiing the wants of which a number of mechanics and tradesmen of allsorts will find constant employdment; and there is no pla'ce wiiliii forty five miles of it, on whii noeriilier town can be built. A's: yet, there are only two or ilree houses here, a public ho...
CRIMINAL SIDE. (Before Judge Willis and a Jury of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
CRIMINAL SIDE. (Before Judge Willis and a Jury of twelve.) Walter William Maxwell, was indicted &nbsp; for larceny in stealing a coat, and various other articles, the property of John Cotter at Geelong, on the 7th February, which had been entrusted to him to convey to Geelong. The prisoner, under his Honor's direction to the Jury was discharge, his Honor deciding that admitting the Crown Prosecutor's opening of the case to be fully proved, no animus furandi could be proved. William Gimmel was indicted for an assault upon Richard Bell, with intent, &c., at Geelong, on the 3rd March. The second count charged him with a common assault. The prisoner was convicted on the clearest testimony. He was sentenced to be confined in Her Majesty's gaol, at Melbourne, for the space of two years, and kept to hard labuur,being the utmost sentence which his Honor could inflict upon him. Patrick Keaton was discharged, the Crown Prosecutor not being able to substantiate the case. Willia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
FOR LONDON. THE first-class remarkably &nbsp; fast-sailing brig ADELAIDE. &nbsp; 220 tons, S. DRYDEN commander.— Nearly the whole of this vessel's wool being engaged, she will meet with quick &nbsp; despatch. For Freight or Passage (her accommodations being very superior), apply to JAMES CAIN. WERE, BROTHERS, & CO., or STRACHAN-& CO. TOR LONDON, TO BAIL IN A FEW DAYS, T TIlE first.class BAR Q U E PLATXNa, 420 tons. M. Wycherly, commander. This vessel has two Berths disengaged' For Passage only,.apply to JAMES CAIN, STRACHAN & CO, or, P. W. WELSH & CO,,, FOR LONDON. JMTHE FINE BARQUE 200 tons. Thomas Ruffle, commander, having nearly the whole of her cargo of Wool engaged, will have immediate despatch. For freight or, passage apply to 'the Cuptainr on board, or to Messrs WERE BROTHtERS & Co. or Messrs STRACHAN & CO. Melbourne and Geelong For -Launceston, TI-E REGULAR TRADER, Will sail as above. immediately after d...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 1 May 1841
LOC.AL zNTEZZlGENCZX. EMiItATION F?OM I. IELBOUIINE.-' The Port Phillip GHzette had Iltely.a pompous paragraph about emigration from Sydney to Melbourne, but we beg to remind' him that the stream merely flows through Melbourne towards Corio, where it finnlly emptles itself. Corio will be to-Melbourne what Melbourne .is to Sydney. The following statement will startle' our neighbours a bit, and act as a guide to the Sydney emigrants in their search after the most promising arena for future enterprise. Notwith standing the smothering laws which` prohibit our direct intercourse with the neighbouring colonies, upwards of 150 individuals have arrived at Corio, by vessels from Melbourne, during the last month. The number of departures in the same time was under 30. We have no means of ascertaining the number of those who prefer the overland route, but to be within the truth, we will suppose the result to be the same as by sea. Migration therefore is going on from Melbourne to Corio, at the...
Markets. CORIO, 8th May 1841. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
Co*no, 8th 1May 1841. RETAIL. Bread, per 4 lb. loaf £0 1 9 to 0 0 o Beef, per lb. ........ o o 6... o 7 M utton, per Ib. .... o.o s 0..oo 0 Butter; fresh, per lb. o 2 0.. 0o o 'alt (cblonial) 0?.-2' .'. o' o Cheese (English)perlb o 2 0o.. o 0 o Colonial . 1 4.. ;o o Eggs, per dozen .... o G o.. o 6 o Bacon, per lb. .... h 1 G.. o 0 o Potatoes, per cwit .. o 18 0.. 1 -o o Tea, per lb. ..; .... o 6 o.. o 8 0 Sugar, per lb ........ o o 4.. o o Mlilk, per quart ...... o 6.. o o o Soap, per lb. ........ o o .. o0 8 Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 o
A TALE OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
A TALE OF TEMPERANCE. We entered one day, (say Mr and Mrs S. C. Hall, in their work on Ire land) a cottage in a suburb of Cork; a woman was knitting stockings at the door; it was as neat and comfortable as any in the most prosperous district of England. We tell her brief story in her own words as nearly as we can recall them. My husband is a wheelwright, and always earned his guinea a.week; he was a good workman, and neither a bad man nor a bad husband ; but the love for the drink was strong in him, and it wasn't often that lie brought me home more than five shillings out of his one-pound-one on a Saturday night, and it broke my heart to see the poor childre too ragged to send to school, to say nothing of the starved look they'had out of the little I could give them. Well, God be praised, he took the pledge; and the next Saturday he laid twenty-one shillings upon the chair you sit upon. Oh Il didn't I give thanks on my bended knees that night i! Still I was fearful it wouldn't last,...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The London Gazette, December 15, contains the official notification of the appointment of George Grey; Esq., to be Governor and Commander.in-chief of the Province of South Australia; Captain Grey is also appointed Resi. dent Commissioner of public lands. It is understood that the Home Go vernment have sanctioned the negocia tion of a loan of '400,000 on landed securities, to relieve South Auscralia. The loan will be made by scrips of£100 each. This wiill certainly relieve the actual residents of that province, bat will not go far to repair the damage which its credit has received at home, both with respect to trade, and as a desirable place for immig'ration. Patriot.
SYRIA. DISASTER AT ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
DISASTERI AT ACR E. O~ the 6th November, three days after the fall of this redoubtable fortress, and when the British were still re joicing in having achieved, in three hours, and with a loss of only twenty. two killed and forty-four wounded, that ?wlhiclh,-in..its-then inferior state, withstood twelve attacks of Napoleon Bonaparte with a sad loss of human life, they were doomed to suffer a disaster, the origin of which is likely never to be cleared up, though in all probability it has arisen from the loose manner in which powder appears to have been conveyed from place to place by the enemy during the defence of it agaihst the allies; for it seems the approaches to the works from the several magnzines are literally one continued train of powder, requiring the greatest vigilance to remove so as to avoid such conseqences as the one we are about to relate, A column of thickly yellow smuke and dust, at least five. hundred yards in height, with a loud and simultaneous report, suc. ceede...
MISCELLANEA, SAM SLICK'S SYSTEM OF PHRENOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
nSV1YELLANEAW SAM SLICK'S SYSTEM OF PHREN. OLOGY. \WVisn I enter a location, arter a little talk about this, that, and the other, I looks at one of the growed .up gals earnest like, till she says, '. Mr. Slick, what on airth are you a-lookin' at ? ' 'Nothin'' says I, 'my dear, but a most remarkable developement.' A what? ' says she. £ A most remarkable developement,' says I ; ' the most remarkable I never seed since I was 'raised.' ' Why, what in nature's that ?' says she. Excuse me, Miss,' says I; and I puts my finger on her crown,-' what benevolence and firmness of character, did you ever! - and then,' says I, " you ought to sing well positively; it's your own fault if you don't, for you've uncommon petikilar power that way. Your time is larme, and tune great - yes, and composition strong.' ' Well, how strangel'. says she, Syou have guessed right, I swear, for I do sing, and am allowed to have the best ear for music in all these clearin's. I-low on airth can you tell ? If that don...
NAVIGABLE ENTRANCE OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
NAVIGABLE ENTRANCE OF THE MURRAY. The long disputed problem has at length, we think, been solved in the affirmative. The official report of Mr Pullen, Marine Surveyor to the Go vernment, sets the question of its practicability, in moderate weather at -least, altogether at rest. It would be difficult to overrate the colonial im portance of a direct sea communication with the extensive and fertile tracts watered by. Lakes Alexandrina and Albert, and the Murray for about two hundred miles of its course. The final establishment of the fact indeed, will at once 'direct the attention of the colonists to these splendid districts, and render hundreds of thousands of acres of rich agricultural land, which at one time were considered almost shut out from communication with the capital, of almost. as easy access to mlarket, as the located districts beyond the Barossa and Mount Lofty ranges. S[Here follows a detail of Mr Pullen's operations; but the following con clusions drawn by him will be s...
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
THE POST-OFFICE. No mail has arrived this week, by land or sea ; and imprecations upon our niggardly, heartless government, assail our ears from every quarter. Our commercial interests must suffer severely, and the ties of friendship must also be loosened--the district of Geelongis, as it were, BANISHED from the rest of the colony-we are abandoned by our paternal pro lector-d6omed by the elder colony to a-series of degrading insults, and left. for any thing it: may care, to retrogade in the scale of colonial enterprise. But what is all that compared to the momentous fact that the stoppage of the..mail .will. save so many shillings and pence in the expendilure. What although Cori'o should be swallowed up by an earthquake,- so that none of the coppers are shaken out of Sir George's pocket? But we are not so:easily put-down. -Corio has commenced her career, in gloriotis style: and all the me phitic influence of a " stnpifying despotism" cannot arrest its pro gress. Our-population has i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
T. SHEPPARD B EGS to inform the inihabitants of Corio, and the settlers in the district, that he intends opening his GENERAL STORE this day, and hopes by moderation in charges, with due regard to quality, and the strictest per. sonal attention, to merit a share of their patrouage. T. S., on the completion of his build ing, will also appropriate a part of his establisement for the sale of Genuine Drugs and Chemicals, and from his long connexion with that business in Eng, land.. feels assured every, satisfaction will be given. Physicians' prescriptions and family recipes accurately prepared. Horse, Sheep, and Cattle Medicines. Soda Water, Lemonade, Ginger Beer, &c., &c. MISS O'GORM31AN, Mtlltner and Dreasmaker, ESPECTFULLY intimates to the Ladies of this district, that she has commenced business. in the above line, and trusts that by executing orders in the most fashionable style and punc tual manner, to merit a share of their patronage. Plain Sewing also attended to. ...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 8 May 1841
SYDNEY. Fine Flour, 26s. per 1001bs. Se conds, 23. Ration, 19. Colonial Wheat, 4s. to 7s. per bushel. Maize 2s. to 3s. 6d. ditto. Barley, 5s. ditto, Cape Barley, 5s. ditto. Oaty,. GO. to Si. ditto. i-lay, 71. to 101. per ton. Wheat Straw, 14s. to II. 10s. GEELONG: Edited byJAMIES HARRISON and Printed and Published for JoHN PASOOE FAWVKNER (solo proprietor) by WILLIAM WATKI NS, at the Adver tiser Ooice Corio, Australia Felix.