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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

SUPiREME E"OUlT.L--Catt ?t.Ai- Sin;. "MO0NDAYA, AUOU'T 18, 1845. ,, iliam Riaed; wasini d ice ltforyil- I fully firing 4t, ayfilly;', he propgrlyn9of EdwarlsaiiTriljS, i?. lo? ' ip sLy,-, q: lavft?1ly .and1 ,njij.i ioj?slyi kl!i .?ll the sankc, atgGglonQgg e B life,;7,th,.ulyý FroFmro i1tlla·~evidence Hof ,Geoi?.e Ve!lbain , atdppe-l riL ,thatPin3 rI, the.dl.ay ,aii Tdin;qt inform ation; tbh1e prisoncr ,wgasiBt ,tLo housC of apersgn named MP, l B gepln9gg.aln d 'adsP I ' theogardc nattached to. the house.; a pi abhl pney,, t"le epoper ty.of lIr E. Willis/ was near .to 6'tlie-. oardenh and prisoner threw :som had su stance a.tli ainimal f; inding htit rt did not r emov ttiverisoner .went to the hous6 anti:returned with a guni wut, yi e io i ra iii '7"7 tI a i v,; -r' whichlio levolled .over a -low prt of i the fence.at'th filly and?r i th ani ~?i-a'na .t'.ityards, :slaggi ed: anid near yt all I.tchen- re'e0vereil't - fo i tod Will " yicabblisvli li oir:iýi self and towlit'hiti"s nids...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(FOURTH DAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

Mr..Croko 'addressed the Jury: It had been.represented that Osbrey. hold a license at the time of :the transfer, but there was no evidence to that effect, and having.no, license. he had nothing .to transfer. ,- Ie lamented that his learned friend .on the other side had not observed, that style of address with which he set out, had he done so he would not, have designated the acts of his client as arbitrary and oppressive, .in-his address to them. 'The letters which had been produced and commented upon, of 12th and 13th July, 1842, did not merit those epithets.:' :Itt was said the defendant, acted :>n constitutionally .and arbitrarily,;: there was not an act .of Far-: liament giving similar powers which. was not equally arbitrary .witgthth present act. But in the presentecase there was not a shadow of evidenced that he had exceeded his authority. The evidence was, that in Septimbhori, 1841, Osbrey purchased a flock;'.of sheep and forty-seven head of; cattle from Muston, and not on...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15th. 1845. Sprot v. Fyans.— Third Day. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

S' UPREME COURT. ' ,.Fnni'AtY, :A'UGvs 15th , 1845.,; .. prot v ' Fyans.-Thrd' Day.j f; 'Ie'leirM'Vicker" recalleod ?id eo an;nhe'.by on'e 'of thle Juro'rs'.- When I sgid,' that ,thl ruhn was 'capabhle' of dep?rasturiig 800( slheelp, I c-nieat the original run thel plaintiff rcecived' fr?ith Mr Osbrey; the ' e'a-treo ;StaL tion. was where. two 'flocks weire dressed prior to being reniored'6 a clean run ; it was always customary to put dtressed sheep on fresh runs after dressing; when the d6fen'dant garvo Payne possession of 3 and 4, it left'the plaintiff without an acre of clean- land, his horse paddock ek cepted ; he was compelled to put 1000 younrig -sheep with a flock of aged wethwers tainted. 'Exanmined by Mlr Williams. I have been superintendent to. Mr. Payno' for. te" last t'venty-two months ; on looking at the map now. shown ine, I am enabled to trace and recognize the portions of land in dis pute; I always considered the Whole of No. 3 was Brown's run, and Nos. 1 and 2 the p...

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 — 21 August 1845

SYDNEY. S'ATE OF THE ROADS..--Atravelloi on the Parramatta Road', not'fa? frbm the toll-bar, observed a hatffloating on what appeared to be a puidle; and remarking the quality to bhegood. hooked it ashore with his stick, wheii to his horror and astonishment; :a human head vociferatihg " li61p'!'" discovered itself to view. Thlie good Samaritan, extricating hiin o't of his situation of peril, and congratulating him on his rescue--"stop," obsorved the gentleman,-"my horse is under mle." FIVE DoCK STEEPLE CAASE.-En-: trances last evening; for the Hark away Stakes. Five Horses, viz. i._ Rob Roy, Slasher, Retriever, Young Dover, British Yeoman. For the Hurryscurry Stakes; four horses, viz. :--Highflyer, Maddin, Retriever; and Rodney. For the Five Dock Stakes ; seven horses, viz. :-Foig-a Balloch, Election, British Farmer;, Bay Lottery, Prince, Repealeri, and Young Dover. MIR WENTWOuRTI.-Paradoxical as it may appear, this lhonourablei gentlemen is at once the ablest andl the weakest-the m...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESPATCH FROM SIR G. GIPPS TO LORD STANLEY. MINIMUM PRICE OF LAND. EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

I.DESPATC'I FPlOM SIR G. "GIPPS TO LORD STANLEY. MINIMUM PRICE'OF LAND. -EMIGRATION. VWe give helow a copy of a despatch `which His Excellency laid before the Legislative Council, on the 5th of ;thepresent month, in reference to certain Ilesolutions adopted by :te 'council on the " minimum price of land, and the application of the land fund to the purposes of emigra. tion." We would also give Lord Stanley's despatch in reply, were it ~Pgt that it is avowedly a mere echo of ,Sir :George's arguments. - Some of the resolutions adopted tby ihe Council were certainly of a, very:novel description, and were :crudely and clumsily expressed. -Their object was to induce a flow -of voluntary immigration,., i :the bsence of a fund for that purpose: and if the council had confined it self to the investigation of facts bearing upon the subject, and shown the necessity for the adoption of temporary means to supply the de liciency, by loan or otherwise, in, stead of flippantly and self-conceit edly...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

NOTICE. Pr' _ARTIES who may. wish to become Subscribers tp 'this Joutirnal at any time during' the., current qua'rtcr, are' informed:-.that. (in the. event of ..'their' doing so) ;they will only be charged, from the date on which they first re. ceive the paper. HE undersigned has completed ar .Rrangements for the execution of niders for the engraving and printing of Wedding, Visiting, and Business Cards, Bill-heads, Notes, Drafts, Oiders, &c.- .Specimens of which may be seen at the otfice. Door and Window Plates, (white metal or brass,) cut with any letters; metal seals with 'cyph'ers and ornaments'-of every description: for private persons, societies, or public bodies ;maps, charts plans, views.engraved or lithographed in a style uncqu'alled in the colonies. J .HARR tSON." ;:; :::Coloiiitl Secretary's Office, : "., :. ii :;.: ,iSydfdey, 25th July)s:1845. 1' ihaitng ?ieei repioried to -the" GoS .;;verrianti that Small Pox was pre vailing.to a considerable .extent at Ma. nila...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

80! o vu:STAVE'iOF TRADE'., -eb (Ecotih the; larning. Post. ; :pr. ! 14; p 4 o iB:~ li4oton?. --In .., the . Qol, market! there: are. ather more lookers on, and' 'l' i'oidcks in the' customier's hands very; -lv.wa:alnd. as thdrb ;is. but llittlpl,,oringf t-hanpd,; it gives a degree of steadiness, and coufins the Iopiniou that no reduc, ti6ii'fwill be subhmitted tb till a supply ,of n)e.y;.wool co.mfs to the market?,; The Saw malterial.for yarn continuing so stiltl 'In price; causes'the spinners` prospects :to be cheerless, as it is evident no relief .can be Ihad, except by advanced prices' on yarns, and at 'late prices tlie de nmand'is hot very aniimnted. Thereis a ,air average of. mnerch.ants, in the piece ipaCket tuday, :4ind the bisine.s. done is lrlly equal t'o sev:vital weeks past. Prices are still very low r. . " Hi.rAX'--There, is little or no alter" ltiun: rota last week.. l;,wuol,thj,re is a klight iýtcre~re ,of busI?jess, especially: Tol'r ,cmhing sorts' The d andiiafor'r ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

LEGYISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES OF 1MOTION AND ORDER"i - OF .THE 'DAY.:: f:' " F titin~ AU?:D US I. ". 1,- Tliepireseritatiodu to' the Governor of the: -Cgnncil.8,Addre s, in reply to his Exeel. l oZ" y' , o . s??p. " . ? I~jiamib to move, !that the petiorin rom Wil'tifh' "Ciirt', : Esq'.. "the Registi'ar: General of New South TVales, presented by him olintliS1li.'ii1liio, be printed. 2. 1 .,Lamb to mqve,, that an address be presetited to his Excellency the Governor, requestin!g..that his', Jxcellency will be pleased to direct thlat there nmay he la'id :ipohnthettable:ofthis house a return of the ;qqantity. of Jthe. ndermnentioned articles, ,e.ltp.r.d;.jnyards betwvixt -the 30th June, 1,844, andlte30th Jtune,. 1845,. elid,tle a. mottlt of ttttes received on each, viz. 1.,O1 louri 7lieiat Barley, 'Oats, and.Vine,; 'lee Sugar, ~Molasses; Coffee, .Pipper; aid "And the ar o)rint.of drawback pid ofi'the'. d e ?)Ort; od each of the saaidairicles duf'.g the sanse pierild. The return to speci...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

SOUTI- AUSIRALIA. arrived inl Lewn ( rout P iama nts a oern ittit colits,) in first tate' eandi ltcitt 'I'hvy I.; abotit .the - mid~lq or ,Sj pill? aPd! Tl~nR~v' wiiit bbdt7O tmfile'o oPort ~L'ltttlp r't rrp!rc~was ;~l!liB~eeii it,;)pretertccite t tii Mle Rurrayjr on accou~nt otilt ~it~louble girrit b'tr it 00.9 rtttlterl ttti~i t P~ort, 1titiljlp et~ic A bottt 21 julels on rtttusiiide ~tlte Gtlnlg, ttui1 ~r. BUt crls lo rscs ni xing wtl~1t ittl ,ty r!tt3Y:! ti,'g thetit This part. r tittiCOittittr ise th~b~i, (liffi~lt)'~ A ibottr Lalkr. Atbet~lc t tte· fit and to wo teyrtrfdtu~e I a a eiavs got tia intll'iigence a olu t~arty d~ac~rtttttott colt? Lernttte G'dlit Si tn1 ndd his_~ry r~ ioltt~h at, Lye:Sr~yis~attotti~ lt caqnow, to. i'J'hoi~ps'~' 1t~ (noun v.liontl ae Ita vt oltlaitted Iltesti.p~ar~inii - was'; otto of.0 tbeo'e 7 i-'s'6"" wl~ii~ jh6;Fbt~ili'4t cnfoiit sfrom t~hisu to·Sydt~ee, . I-iIc, 1ui~afdi'f ii hr., old: routtec ap,! twot qtttui I~ ~l~ ,o~rtttit partie'us tna. tre...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT COUNCIL. VALIDITY OF THE CHAPTER [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

-DISTRICT COUNCIL . VALIDITY OF itIE CIIAITER TTIE QUERIES CONTAINED IN THlE CASE SUitIITTED BY Mr \IWALLACE StOLI'rITOR, ON 13EHALF OF G RUSSELL. Esa. AND OTHER 'RATE I?vi y RS,. FO THE OPINION OF ,COUNSEL, WI;i COUNSELsOPIN, 'ION THEREON. Qurcy 1- Tliether, ir coinfornity! Citlh the.45t-l section of the Act,5 and :,Vict:. the.council have by the charter power tb iley a rate, 'and can do 'so niereli by virtue of the by'e-laW ? . In replyto the first -query, I;:am of opinion: that the District Council' of: Grant,:supposing its Charter'of Incor. poration sullcient, a point' I shall after wards advert, to has a right to lay a rate by. means of, any' sufficient; bye-law, ,to be for that purpose made by it in accor dance willi' the powers given (o District Councils by ihe Imperial,Act'5 and 6. Vict., 76, to.make bye iaws;for " rais ing, assessing, levying, and appropria ting such monies as shall be required for :hed:purposes of the Act, by means of ]{,ai'es and Assessments, on.real or p...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

Tn e - iMunDn lr ?3Cr NLW jfgItrqO L5s-. The Supremie ;bourt wr as occupied ye - terday for upwards at tewlve hour', oii the trial-'ofr "'lsa. L.ockwo rod,; 'Ihtni'i3 Gouo1m r~od. WVrUhanm taylor, ,1tc r 4h' mr16ddr of tie Srianders, at Netv N' told ._ W dn'u oat thiink our read, : woulp ýi 4d fi'd )pythe.oiridrp7Ahi iv tlilcj ,was .rvea io a, very clear and toiclusiv'C 'mainnner; r *tshiii~ °thte j:Uilirt'dt ihei ' -oiiers Arti jitbe. tonc'usion oflt the evr dence, 4lir i o.:tfiqo n M tnpU.t Ilrr"'j "v 'eihu! Jless ,"lhili' 'I'ury aat P4 lh i 'the' vidieniro' ran t'he` v~iW in eiS''iknt"i'a after ul absencrt ot.a brur hr a" dh u uio o r tVeniirued at vr .r ~t t0af'tri' i n -happyniiuriru waie .thean'u'esntenceu1 ,t,',t,. exurUtedl uzcd his .tu B rrroor;(gre slC_ý1~~ lhope ..ºat each of Item waoulh mr}4:c f!,ri be; 1b.. In h is I % r Id , ·i - ay t!)iQire: .aslin b.r to hea o ti;'iia fo PPSi0iiir i~rV Ivlr!.t prisonirs wore! thie r ibu'.rd'.--W h·a (Tub in iat niii.r

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

ScnTj a'rr-1hiti ltni;portnnIol, Ior ate 'A'rt gld. ti , *sa stl1l Loniti'!11Fi Iii progress rapidly, enil lucre is rlr doubt but thia. tlig'1OO'f 'et: ihr'l'engiii ,t: bj'1eadeted at prusrcp};n=vý_ijt ;t q cot. Riot ý! by,,hthe. Oih Septcmlbar.h , 1 Scott it -.the very rniif far Iih ttriitr;t t ,tY6th:s-respectfe hi.o' fltitiedt<ht'. piubilc 1rnflksgte,;:. no atl !ljetr. r l_ o,1i1 IIILJ i f 9j= Lions,:und lie is, till the. l ert ,nin igh't slid cddy io~f-e'tirt'r't ny'c tirysNilty lro i olTeieingievrn)a tfemporiry tinpgrrptpiiqii ,to1 thre, cclv jcgrgfl!it 94 gth ,iwor.ks, !woiks41e, ndvir rhc.r~l n aemn o uc B~esides Dllei P ub c 1) e~uljint It is ' 'h'ls'-d.d .Inblii: gait`iisfrtti'on'!thihnv''(ub`i iwuslzss uudG !Ir j 1tic~~tmtfitii i m#itFoli Buthjr ejan1 ortland .Gacrtztr. ],ionue13tIixs' ):f3ELerASrT.Tlr I good, peop e of BnIe uir, iti apars, are41iitti inurer' set'i'ec Z 'l i a i hose` of' ?::'Ptir l'i ;d -&14iptl,.: ttritivy,.,!i deprtcil ,;rollbpli + li...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

-:ORIGINAL POE rIltY. ' TflrE SQUATTgERS. i ': i 7" Muchi has 'beed written ini ierse' unit i :prosej es ?li n Of "'pdrt wine aid woiieonie'' and "stVetc' s:; e'ented: beapux (: +:'i Whyr has-not tle p'en of eoiom itallentetl'dim Recorded 'the - n'ts of teli?roiud '--ater Wlici wo look at lis valianit andlatnly lii Shy, ivliere is tile " . wCi li'o ith illiim i:i b?:.?bin~psrd-tii! ; am1i '+.7:1:i!,ru?! t,,s ::-.,'+ When beoidng, ie nmonnt eo' lin spir al eil eteedi, . _ ,t. ' I= f :i , And off through tio bursh willt thie iglit'ih ": n i 's Apel ,;,r+a. tai .? , , ino', " ti. 2 '? Regardless of w eallier or cvilitzed chi ceel Unappalled 'bj tflhia~s'aas;" (whioim idoe lie fear ) .. His fleet, courser Deatis hi im' milesi hlndi ed . ? .' 41 =-; "fih. '.t si -:l As dd hing? g ila e 'crashiingIhetibobglhs inii hi Tho' lordlike lie enters tile loiljysla'sib lii ri No "schli"se loigile" to longli on, no' 3;no . dows to shui=- -, - , His ewelcomie is cordial li b wit frce anti briglih , ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ILLEGALITY OF THE DISTRICT COUNCIL OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

ILLEGALITY OF THE DISTRIC'r COUNCiL OF SYDNEY. :' A Committee of this Councili, ias appointed a few weeks ago for the purpose of enquiring into the validiiy of their charter of incorporation,- After diligent enquiry and delibera tion, a report was agreed upon, of which the following is a summary ;- First. That the Charter having been: niutilated and altered by the acting Grantor, contrary to law, the effect of such alteration is to invalidate all the rights, that might otherwise have been claimed of the Crown under it, Secondly. That supposing the Cliarter had not been altered, the inhabitants of Sydney having been already incor porated by Act of Council, the Govera nor had no power to incorporate the inhabitants of the City with those of any district until such Act was re. pealed, and the Charter is therefore void. Thirdly. That supposing the Crown had such power. and the City of Sydney was included in the jurisdiction of the District Council, the number of Coun. cillors not having...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YOUNG ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

YOUNG -ENGLA ND. As thisTnew: poltiioi ;party is gain l.ag strength, and--is attracting a considerable share of public atten tion in England, it is -natural that some ,degree of curiosity iis to its principles and movements should' be felt in:" England's colonies. This curiosity we are enabled to gratify through the appearance of a journal devoted to the' advocacy of the principles of'the party. The follow ing is the editorial article which ap pears in the first number of the pub lication. "'YONG ENGLAND." No. 1.-January 4, 1815." .4 HUNDRED years have elapsed since nrgland witnessed a civil war. The 'trite of parties has ever since been ~aeged in the press instead of the field ; ihe sword has yielded to the pen1 and the newspaper broadsheet has taken the place of. the hostile banner During this century of internal tranquility, new interests have arisen, new elemerits of social life have been developed, and agencies of tremendous power; have been at work changing the external frame;...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 21 August 1845

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate,             SIR--Can any of your readers inform   me if the Geelong Total Abstinence Soclety is still in existence, and if so whether its operations are suspended for a temporary or indefinite period. The extensive moral improvement ef- fected by the agency of such associa- tions in the mother country, leaves not a doubt of their beneficial influence in general, and it is much to be regretted that in a colony where the demon of demoralization is rapidly extending his sway, so important a means of retard- ing his progress as the public advo- cacy of temperance should be ne- glected. If the original supporters of the Geelong Society have lagged in their efforts from having, difficulties to en- counter, I hope that these are not so formidable as to present an insuperable barrier to the advancement of so good...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 23 August 1845

VESTA. - ' T:'HiBE VIESTA will leave Gee. long for,Melbourne at nine o'clock To-Mioatiow (Sun. da), Mnk?I?N., 3, arwon Steam M?1ill. IlE Pdblic are respectfully informed _.that the above Mill will commence working on- or about the 1st of SEptem -ber.,ext,- and that Grain ijtgnded to be ground will' be received' it. the Mill from this date, and stored" free of extra charges. ' " hW. H. COLLINS." August f22, 18.14. `18, Eeward-Pocket Book Lost. OST, on the 20th instant, between the .Breakwateriand South Geelong, a Blak. Leather.Pocket Book, conrtain. log a letter addressed " Mr John Tobin, care of Messrs Dennis- Brothers.'' also, a Promissory. note, drawn by G. Job Fitzgerald in favor of John Tobin, and other papers. Whoever has found the same, and will bring it to-Mr Bean, Bakor, Corio, or to the office of this paper, will re. ceive a reward of One Pound. .--'-" M11king Cows, Horses. .&c i MR.. A. LEVY Will sell' by iauction,, on, MONDAY NEXT, the 25th August, 1845,.atthe Tow...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 23 August 1845

': , ,WB.sT;IRN AUSTIRAA'. 'Ins South Australiain Company's -scbhooner Victoria, which. hasn mnado "0? oral voy-ares to the Swan (under c"hart'cr), ag'ins returned from tl!hat :settlemnent, on Sunday last the 27.th inst,';, vith twel?e passongers, fiio .Burmese ponies, 50 packages bed- 1 ,steads andi other goods likely to meet L 'bbtter sale horoe?.than. in the west. 'hi 'here is a considerable manifesta tion of firmness and decision on the part of soolro f tho' leading Colonists; and the usual'qtatitum of obstinacy on .the part of others; but the Go -ernor far,1from 'wavering in his policy, has met.the great falling off in Colonial revenue, by unsparing re ductions inthe. expendi:turo, and has resisted the attempted.inroads of the (would be) "Corn Law Makers," to the last.' An enterprising cVestern Colonist, Mr i. 1I Bland, had engaged in a very satisfactory treaty with the Bri tish' Government for a phaliminary supply '(400 loads) df sided naval timnber,.and the-prices agreed to b...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 23 August 1845

SOUTU AUSTRALIA i':. ii fate o.f Capt'ain Stdrt apecars: still un'certian. " The ioat ives assert that at the travelling distance.' of two .m'o'bi's from Mloori'nde, there csis'ts a nriumrous and sarage tribe ofcopper colored and gigantic rinativcs, with .little, f any, II hair upon tholuj heads; aind that Captain 'Sturt uhas domeinento fearful .collision with this tciibe- with whaitprecise results can only .he ascertained by the visit of ani n'uinl'e .force-which sonme of the Moorunde .n atives off r to conduct to the repoi - 'ted 'sceie of encounter, descriIed by itheni as? a perilous pass or defile flanked' by. stony precipices, in which, native assailants would ha'e an ir-. .nenscen ad'vantage over any force the 'exptedition citld bIring to bear abgarost :theni. Mi' Hall addls, that the sut tlers in the ncighbourhood of "i0oo :rundo appear to credit the story of, "the blacks as to the death of Captain Sturt, and are eqially.surprised' vithi 'them that no steps have bdeen taken •...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLIS V. GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 23 August 1845

W;LLIS v. :GIrrs.--la the Times o1 the 8th March, the following advertise" ment appeared: '-Council' Office' Whitehall, March 5, 1845. Whereas the Judicial Committee of Privy Coun" cil have appointed to meet in the Coun cil Chamber, af Whitchall. on Monday the 5th dty of May next, at 12 o'clock at.ndoon,.to hear the appeal of John \Valpole Willis, Esq., against Sir George Gipps, from an order made by the said Sii GEorge Gipps, as Governor of New South Wales, amoving the said John Walpole Willis, Esq., from the oflices of Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and Resident Judg~ of Port Phillip; and whereas no appear ancce halth been hitherto entered fur the said respondent to the said appeal, these are therefore to give notice to the said respondent, that he do fotithwith enter an appearance to the said apperil, thcre are, thnrel.re, to g.ve noi ice to the said respondent, that- he do forth. with enter an appearance to the said appeal, and comne prepared to be heard thereupon...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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