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SELECT POETRY HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
SELECT POETRY* HOPE. ,, Thanou sectnest as a vesper star, Sweet Hlope I to'iims whose day i4 ftading, And slhinest like a beacon far. When night the wand-cltafedv waes is eallding, Stow sweet such twilight mIOment are-, " , When tLou art by, w hen tion art aiding I O sink not yet, sweet star notiyet Withdlraw thy beams thbtiabe?cdt'bilie I Full well I wen et the ustist ls - "dt SThat crown'd with Illght my chiildhood d?.? Andi wilt thou svanish, now regret Weeps as she eyes those glittering rays?
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
,; :;; t ":::TO'OURREADERS.. * :: As he repairs of ehe Apliasia are nev coiplted,ao that' we willre ' eive the Tluesday'd overland mail on the daylo.f;itsarrilvaTin Melbourne, We shall ';n~w reeumo' biur'. former :days of puitilaiono'nriamey, Wednesday nd S?atfurday,'l bringing out the;double num-" ber ion.ilhe alter day, thei Friday,'s:mail being generally the: most important.: W ,- EDNESDAY,; SEP R WE DN.ESDAY;, SEPTE.MB.R 3,, '845.
MR GLADSTONE ON THE MAY NOOTH GRANT. HOUSE OF COMMONS, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
MR GLADSTONE ON THE MAY NOOTH .GRANT. ;:' HOUSE OP COMMONS, APRIL 11;'i ' Mr Gladstone excused himself for not having dbliveired his opinion on 'the measdur at tln' earliest oppoltnl ily,-byi the'necessaty) of mdturing Iis judgment. He admitted. his beliefr lhat, the minoraity of last week r.-., presented the prevailing sense of a great, majority of the people of England and of' Scotland; and yet, aotter taking ihat aview of' the subject. lie was prepared, in opposision to I the prevailing opinion, and in opposition to., his own deeplyp-cherished preposseosionls, to give his deliberate support.to this nimeasre.' The reasons liitherto given tor thie biillaulir peared to him however to be qucite inadequate, -unreal and1Il unsubstantial.. He .could .not agree with Sir RIobert Peel in re stiinghias support on any " roniacl" f'lot af'l'ougt tile annual grant rested on a compact wliicl' did somewhat fetter the discretion of:PatUi? liament, this was a question not of an :annual, grant but ...
ORIGINAL POETRY THE HUNT [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
ORIGINAL POETRY. TIE HUNT. The Roman,, the Greek,, and, the Spartan name . Won honor and fame. in Olympile games; By athletic sports, many nations have taught The youth; who in mimic encounters have fought. The proud sullen Spaniard can even look gay, When at the fierce bull fight, or auta da feto. The French; under 'farled Henri Qtiatre 6f yore, In prowess excelledd? Khile'they hunteld he "boar, Butt out own'glo ious ilan n sports or in Eclipses the;aneients and moderhs far |. Tohdhr conquered larids,her victory's pride, Her brave noble sons have ndw comde (0to reside ; Retembeiier g the}'re Britons, though fir from their home. , And widely dispersed- by the ocean's.a wild foam, : But who that has joieed in the IIHiut of Geelong Would not wish t1 appj >ud the bold spirit iii sung 'Whose horn firstawaakened ithe. echo of S c h a se .:C O ,: , . , i . In. uncivilized' wilds; wherr the hounds nhin bly rtr d e " . • The sswift footed fox, whose coutblings and Vould, leave opr,home s...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
'Tho :pibliction,of ,MrDredges, painphletronAthe; 'Aborigifies, ,at--t:hd preseniýýjuncthro', is likely to prove practicilly h'1iificial'. 'i Ti" orderi; hwever, ithat it, should be so t othe fullest ipossibleo extent, the author's efforts ?nut . be s econd(ed e'hy , the pipblic ',a id in arin esp'cialmabner by thole pulic o'f' Geelong, wilio tiid all! nor ?,.lo s cognisant of the success whici has . attelnded; thel .system.: pursiq0dat the Buntingdale4'missit'n stationd iTh.ie miiost effectual manner: in whichithis coiild be done; would' be ly 'forwarding a p'etitin ito the Le gisl 'i'e Council, praying- for - an inquiryjintq to'hsystem, and for its miiore~genoral adoption. ' ; STlilheato outrages o6n .iiloW'iiirnca, nnd tlhe probability f'l as lie a ttlers iPush thlir. way, into thlie interior,,n arepetition ofisimilar,out-: rages will occur, :are mattorsý'which, call aloud for immediato considera-. Lion;. "Tho" question slould"nowi' be anxiouly deblated, whether,, some. neans, mi...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON TON ADVERTISER. THE SCARCITY OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
TO THE EDITOR 01 THEI'LAUNCES TON ADVERTISER. TIlE SCAIlGITY OF WIE:AT. Sln,-?ILa your paper of the 4th instant,. under the head of Port Phillip, you qitiuote from the Geelong Advertiser, speaking of the wheat market tiere,-"'?Indeed we are of opinion, that if there had been a few thou. saud bnshels more or wheat in the Port Phil. lip market, this seasoi, the prices would have ranged higher; buti being held in small quantities,there was such a want of union ild, purpose amongst the holders, that .they :had, no comnrol over the market, and were coti. pelled to accept whatever prices were qt fered." I have selected this observation, as a beacon and a guide for outr farmers and wheat hold era, especially at the piesent mnoment, when Sthe most strenttous efforts are b'ig made in 8,dney to make us believe that they are in no waxnt of supplies. Itis true, they find a tem. porary relief from the stocek brotuglit :to market from tihe distant interior, the.? ad. vance in price now paying tih...
Select Committees appointed. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
SSelect Committees appointed. Select Committee appointed to enquire into . and report upon the necessiiy of' amending the law relating to scab &e..in Sheep .... Select Coimmittee,to en?ilire .iito, and re,. port upoti tie operation of ant, Act of the~ Gbveinor arid Coitndit '(5 Wn',IV ?-. 1i) in litled A A tf.' foire?g?iin 'e silai"ghteriig of Chttle- ': , : . Select Committee to enquire into Anid ri. Sport u tp on act.9futheGovternorand Coun cil, (4 Vi,.,No 24) iniituled?i? An Act to ensltirothe t'ultfilment of eigat',,ments'andi to "iroViddifbor'the adjittment of diIjtuiYea be tweeniminastrs nd sereantsitn New' Sotithi Walegand:its dependencies" Select: Commit tee" to;.enquire int? and 1r: p:rt ;up.. the: best meanis of promoting immigration. . Courts of Requests Comtiittee ,, : Cemetary Bill Committee Lien on Wool.Act Cgminittee Correspondence with Parliamentairy Agent Cemmnittee Library Committee , Standing Orders Commitee,
DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
DISTRICT COUNCIL. . 'rIE District Council held a quar terly meeting yesterday afternoon. Present,' one member, who voted himself into the. chair, and moved, seconded and carried a motion for. the:adjournment.of the meeting. ! In connection with the subject of the validity of the Distric.t Charter; and may we mention that, - in a late numtiber of the London Times, we flid that Her Majesty, has granted a Supplementary Charter to the Royal College of Surgeons, nullifying, altering, and amending certain clauses in their old charter. This fact serves to overturn the doctrine propounded by the colo nial lawyers, that. 'a charter,.after being issued, cannot be revoked or altered. That the Queen has such powers appears ounquestionable, but it may be duodbtedtwhether she has conveyed them to. Sir George. Gipps. lf she has not. Sir George can no'doubt' obtain theam for the asking.' Messrs Airey and. Mann returned to Geelong, on Saturday last, after an absence of about six weeks, duri-g which ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
Wool Packs. JUST Received, and for Sale.by the. Undersigned, five bales strong and heavy Dundee-made Woolpacks. P. DRUMMiOND., Corio, 1st Sept. 1845 . .?OHN FosTER, TVool Sorter, B EG3. respectfully to inform the . Settlers of Australia. Felix,-.thtit he will be at liberty this oniuing sea. son;to sort wool, and will bed happy to: engage with Gentlemen requiring; his assistance. From his great experience in this branch of business, in Bradlord, Yorkshire, and also in this Colony, and from testimonials he can produoe with regard to his character and ability, from the most respectable residents, he feels. confident he will give general sa tisfaction.. . Any communications addressed to him, to the care of the Printer of this paper, will be immediately attended to.; } ELand at .Ashby. MR. W. 13UDD$ Will sell by public auction, on TUExDAY i thdi 9:h inst., at 12 o'clock, ' A WEATHER BOARD., COTTAGE, `,with half an Hcre of ,land in the village of Ashby.-.Title guaranteed. , At same time a...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
HOBART TOWN. TRICKS or TRADE'-A curious re port has been circulated since the Timbo of Hobart Town put into George Town on Satnrday, An adventurer by this.vo set .to Adelaide, had p in'e:l some copies of a new?scoaper puihtshed in Ilobir: Town, containing a paraanph in wIhich the price of wheat was trtedl to have fallen very coisiderably ; at the same time the market was steadily tadvanr:ing. Theso newapaper. were intendei'd fo rcirculntion in Adelaide, at which port thie adventurer in qnestir>n intend -d to make p rchasos of wliean. I he Timbo havirig been obl:ged to 1ut in here, as announced in another place, the affair has oozed out.
Bills in progress. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
Bills in progress. A Bill to-repeih-an Act. iutituled " An Act . to gLvoat preferable lieu on Wool fromn season to season, and to make Mortgages of Sleep. Cattlela, and orses valid without delivery to the Moritgaiee.?'. A Bill for thel more effeitnal abdilition of Oaths and A filrmtionst'iakeln :and nrlade ii variui s Dep;'rtineuts of thei Government of ~New Sonuth Wales, and to substitute ]Declarations in lieu theicol', ntid lor the suipplression of volriIary and extra', j,'dicial, O bhs and Aflidlb vils . A Hill to enable, the Trustees of thlie Savings' Bank of New South Wales to leId nmoney, to thell Corporation of Sydney.. A Hill to nlter.aud ameneid an Act. intituled " An Act to make proviiion for .ith aule custody of, and preveltion of offences by; persons datngerously insane; and for Ilie care and mnailtenaiict of persons of. unsound Inil?nd " A bill fCr adopliug aoi-Ace of tlle'Inperia : rliament, intituled ''An Act:.for con solhdating andl"a'nm ending-tbe-laws'agaln offence...
CONTINGENT NOTICES OF MOTION [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
CON' INGENT NOT'ICES OF MO'ION Dr Lang'fo mov'e for'a copy of the corresg ponidence between the Gove'rnor aiid parties concerned respectinig the lalse' re. tuarns 'xhlibited .by Scehlolmasters. 2nd, SThat £1000 he placed oih the esiimates to repair parts of the road ~etwedtv Melbourne and Yass. 3rd. To mcnvo that -four. ad-. diticuanl mrnmbers be ielurnird for lhe city of SydnJy, or one for each wardi; one atTI ditional memhenl r or thle town of iIelbonurnle,. two additionil mer?bers for hluh Counties o.' Cuinberland., atrid dne each for lthe county of Nlorfhthumberlanuld, Camhtidnr , attd' Dlurhami TThnt the representatiotl of Port Phillip intt .cludintg M elbourne should be educreasal.
MAITLAND TIME LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
MAITLAND TIME LIST. Ailaitlanc Purse.-''Two mile heats. Blue Bonnet beating Jorrocks, Peri, and Harkaway. Second heat '3Sim.. 46s., one second less than Harary Lorrequer in 1843, but carryid?gl2lb less. Maiden Plate.-One 12dle heats. Young Eclipse beating Sam Slick and Wait-awhile. First heat lm. 53s. Second heat 1wm. s.' Third heat Im. 54s. Publicanms .Piurse. -Three mil1 heats. Peri beating Springheeled Jack, Tipperary Joe, Newinggton and Meteor. Fi rist heat m. 4s. Second heat Gmi. 'T 'hird heat (Gin. 8s. IHuntr Ri'er Stakes.--Two mile heats. :"Cecil beating Young Eclipse, Flycatcher, I arkaway ahd ?Robin Hood.. Fir stheat 3mi. 5.3s, S coi0d heat 3m. 53ss :
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. EMU ITouNT-On Saturday morning at tlaq break, Mir PykOe t fox hounds threw offil at that gentleman's station, Penny Royal Creek ; the doge soon struck uoan a scent, and went away at a spit ting pace, uiving their followers enoutth to do to keep in view of .the pack. Thi'e horses not being fast enough for the dgs, were shaken off alter an hour's hard runnting, they managed. however, to struggle on, and in about another halfl hour came in view of the hounds worrying a fine ,mu, not far from Mr Liunghorn's statiou, near Williamstown. The huntnsmen were of course greatly astonished to find that they had been hunting an Emu instead of a Fox, but of the two the E?nu huint proved the better sport. Courier.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
LEGISLATI VE: COUNCIL. r NOTICES OF ,MOTION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, ': 1. Dr Nicholson'to move, That the St Kilda Petition, presented by him on the 31st ullimo, be printed, and teferred to a Se' ileet.Committee to report upon its prayer: 2. Mr Cowper to move for leave to bring in a Bill to amend the Act. for regulatin± the licensing of Auetioneers, and :the col, lection of duties on property sold by auc tion, 3. Mr Cowper to. move, That thelie'?dssage from Hils Excellency tlhe Governior, in res ply to the Address of this Cohiucil,'on'the subject'of the Rcgistrar General's Depart. m en t, be taken into consideration, .. . THIURSDAY, AUGUSTr 28. I. Mr Boyd to mio:e .that a Select iCommittee be appointed,to enquire into the operation of the pre-ent laws .affecting. seamen or others emiployed i, whaling, eithlier on board ships belon'giis totlis colony, or atstationils on the'eonstis theredf.? FRIDAY, AUGUST 29.. 1,' Mr Covper io move. Thait a Seleet Com rniltee be appointed: tb enqjiire '...
FIVE DOCK ANNUAL GRAND STEEPLE CHASE [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
FTIVE. DOCK tANNIJLGAD: STEEPLE ACHASG E a T'HES soraces .coninmercid y'esforday' and were well attende'd. Tlre"iofriu' ning was considered good, and every one appeared to. enjoy theli, ,fuin. There were some capital spills, but no serious accident occurred. The riding of Mr Cordeauk excited'gene ral admiration, and was rewarded by his winning the Iarkaway Stakes; Rodney was winning the second race cleverly, till hlie came to the brook, when the bridle unfortun'ately snapped on both sides, and his rider was. thrown, which caused so much delay that he could not make up for. it. FIRST fACE. The Harkaway Stakes of ten sove reigns each, with one hundred sove reigns added, for all horses. Three miles. Nine stiff leaps. The owner of the:second horse to receive twenty pounds. " Mr G C.Turner's b. g. Slasiir -....... I Mr Tooth's b.g. Retriever.. ..... i. . 2 Mr 1iolme's b. g British Yeoman .i....... 3" S lr J. Stewart's.gr. g. Rob Iby.;( .te te. penler.) .. ..0......... Mr Menzte's ch. h. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
NOTXC- O t REMOVAL. Scotch and Manchester Ware bouse, M1elbourne. DONALDSON AND BUDGE T ENDER their best acknowlerldge ments to the Melbourne Public and their friends in the bush for the very liberal support which they have hitherto received, and bee to notify that they have I ENIOVED to that large and Commodious Building next door to their old place of business, -where they respectfully solicit an in spection of their new, varied, and ex. ,ensive Stock of rich, clegantand use. .ul Goods. D. & B. further beg to remark, that from the great convenience of their new house, it having been built expressly for the -purpose, they will be enabled considerably to increase the variety of the Stock; and having determined to adhere to their o'd practice of keeping nothing but the best articles, and sel ling at the lowest remunerating prfces, they confidently anticipate a correspond ing increuse of pulblic patronage. Atten tion is particularly invited to the fol. lowing list of Goods: Bl...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
'. ' ;. ei GELONG . R. n lVZD Sept. 2.-John, cutter, from r relbornra' Sept. 2,--.esta, steamer, froin Milt bourne Autguist 30.-Lillias, achnoner, Smnith. mas ler, for 1-Inlhat Towhi; Cargo--IOo tierres herf, Caoks,apotrk -200 shecp, anid other A niiUstt'31--Diana cutter. for Melbotrne. Caraý,7-n?S-q bagr - ,ltl toes, lO;:Jdit toi wleant. 4CAlto tt lar tily, I ti t;o salt, 1 kit butler. ,, Sept.2--llreTe, sc«hooiterI, ?tidie. master, ,iep IdobaniiTowii. Crgo 10-l 5vshlCrp I.00 ,serpt 12-Vestastea'nmer for .Melbliburne
THE SMELTING TRADE AT NEW CASTLR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 3 September 1845
THE SMELTING TRADE AT NEW. CASTLIE. Froml the Maitland Mercury. StNcs our last we have been informed that somo of the owners of the copper mines of South Australia, finding that the heavy expenses of trans. mitting their ores to England to be smoelted make too serious an inroad on their profits, are anxious to ascer tain whether they cannot be smelted in the colonies to more advantage, and what facilities the port of New castle offers for. carrying on the smelting trade. The comparative cost of freight in conveying the ores to England and to Newcastle is an importkant it~em in the consideration. The distance to the former is about 15,000 miles, to the latter about 1500; and although the difference in the cost of freight would scarcely be in the samne , pro portion, a very considerable saving might nevertheless be effected, pro bably to the extent of two-thirds, as the craft engaged in bringing the ores to Newcastle might take back return cargoes of coal. In the mother country. the o...
"OVERLAND MAIL" NEWSPAPER EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 6 September 1845
"OVERLAND MAIL" 'NEW'PAPER EXPENSES. - -ON several occasions lately-the He= raid, in ils " anticipations," anti cipated -the Times, but, on Thursday both.-papers :were. aimultaIpeously in the field. with the nesws. It'is im :pdssible to describe the intensity of the rivalry, between these journals to be, eveni by an hour, before hand with each other..... The Times, Chr6 nicle, Post, Advertiser, anid Herald, were accustomed to irun the overland express joinitly 'foi; a considerable ,time. , `soon" lioeor, as the V I.i~~l~;3:c r~! Herald .passedinto. the, hands of its present proprietor; Mr =C B1aldwin (son of the. proprietor .of. the Stand ard), and canto out as the avowed organ o6fthe Governmen't,; the Times retused:to permit it to be -one of the firm, and consequently the Herald was 'thrown on its own ,individual meatS.r' Lately, too, the remaining threep'ipers, finding that it was the .'Iimnes t got goall the credit for th'e .express throughout thlo world, at home and abroad, witl...