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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

M ELBOITRN E. ME?rLOUIsE PIIICE CUIItENT.-Flour first, ,..27, to £28 per ton, second £26 third £25; i.in 3d(1 per foot. rcedar logs 4'1. to 5d.; deals 9?(d.; shingles per- thousand £1 15s, to £2 Os.; tea hysonskin £13 to £1i, per c:hest ; potntoes £14 to £16 per ion; maize 390to 5s. tier bushel ; oats 7s to 8s 6d per bushel. . . ' . '

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

zLOCA. ZT"x I"XLEG-NC. APOPL.FXY FROM I)ItUNK.KR NE!S. - A deplhrab!le illstince of ,the eflects of. a depyr,avel apetile.for agrdent, spirits wat aff,orded in one of the casesiried at the Police Oilice on Wednehsday last. Dora Steel, a girl of about se.venteein, ini the service of Mr. Bolger. had acquired the habit of drinking to suih tan extent. that on Monday evening last, she drak off half a pint of blraty a' once. The consequence was that an ai,'pl.ctic fit was induced; and her mas;,r being .fraid that suffocation would ensue, called in medical aid, and through a timely application of temedies she gradually recovered. Upon ?getting up in the morning, instead of being thank ful for the attention bestowed upt;nt her, -he burst Intair volley of abuse, and-set off to the watch-house fur'-:la,-ummnons aainstt her master for ill.triattmeilt - Her agreement was cancelled, the Bench requesting Mr. Bolger to give her time to look for enother place, which, upon her promising to keep her ...

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WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. Wheat, per bushel .. e o o.. 0 o o Maize, per bushel ..: o 4 o.. o o o Oats, per bushel .... o 8 0.. o 9 o Barley, per b'slhel .. o 0o o.. o oo Flour, first, per ton .. 28 o o..32 0 0 Second ........ 24 o0..28 o o 'Ilhird .......... o o.. o o o Hay, V.D.L. per ton. 15 o o..18 0 a BUILDING MATERIALS: Buicks, per thousand.. 2 5 0o.. 2 10 o Cedar deals, per foot'. o , O.. 0 0 o Pine, per foot ....:.: a o 6.. o o 8 Hardwd' boards, 100 f?. 1 5 0.. 1 8 6 Shingles, per thousand 2 0 o.. 2 5 d Bateºis, per 100 feet.. 1 5 o.. 1 7 o Paling, broad, per 100 1 2 o.. 2 10 0 Narrowdilto ....... 1 o 0.. 1 15 0 Nails, per lb. ....... o o 8.. o 1 o SPIR TS,. .TOACO0, &o. Ale. in bottle, per doz. `o 16 o.. -o 18 0 Porter,. per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 o Brnndy. per callon .., 1 8 0.. 1 10 o Gin, per gallon ...... 1 5 o.. 1 10 6 Ruin, pergallon ... 1 o .. o o o Pori wine, per dozen. 2 o 0.. 3 5 0 Sherry, per dozen? ... 2 o n. 3 6 a Negrohead Tobacro, lb. o 4 6. o 5 o ...

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PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

PIHJUltY. On Tuesday last, 'I;r Grfliin wa charged by the police with hadingl his lamp out. on ATUIIDAY Inorllinll be. tween the hours of oNE AND 'iWVO. ConI ;table Edge swore thaithe- weiti up to the inn ALON?, and called up the bar man; he then returned io his: hut, and roused his brother conueinlfie that he might witness the lact;i they weit up togePttr neasly an hour afrtrw(nrds,, whIn itht' lamp waH still out. Consiahi'l Shelbonrune thlen swore thl4 Edge callfd him between one andl iwo on Saturday: morning ; that they went toueth*e up io the inn ; tha? 1iE TOLD E:DGE to rouse up the barman, and STOOD BY while- he did so; that thely returned to the house about two hours.afterwards, and a third time bhefore daylight. Mr. Harris. the barman, then deposee-d that he wa nuot called up on Satulday morning, atnd that the lamp was burning n!ater daylight.; but that on Pit DAY mnorning, at IIAL.F PAST FIVE, he was called up by Con. stable Edge. Ilr. Fenwick, the' only magistate on the Be...

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Markets. CORIO, 29th May 1841. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

CORIo, 29th Mlay 1841. ,RETAXL,. Bread; per 4 1b. loaf £0. 1 6 to0 0 oa Beelf,per lb......... o o 6... o o 7 tlutllon, per lb ..;. o .o- 5..o o. o Butter, fresh, per lb. o 2 6.. o o o salt-(colonial) .... o 2 .6.. o o o Cheese (English)per lb o 2 o.. o o o Colonial ........ o 1 4.. o o o Eggs, per dozen ... o 5 o.. a 6 o Bacon, per lb. ...... o 1 6.. o oa Potatoes, per cwt. .:. o 18 o.. 1 o o Tea, per lb. ....... o -6 o.. o 8 0 Sugar, per Ib ....... . o 4.. a o 6 Milk, per quart ...... o. 6.. o o a Soap, per lb......... o o 6.. o o 8 Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 0

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

1ELQLBOURNE. Ti?e I'o"T OFFICE. -. M\r IUaym:)nd, the Poalm.tster. General of the territory, itntends, we bllieve, to visit Melbourne 10ho1ly.--5lr Rt.y mdt'i comes passenger by the Aphrusit. THE Bl.AcK?.-The Goulburn tribe are. again at wa) k :'last week they 'robbed one of Jlr Jnmeieson',- station<, and s~vvral others.-in-?-the ,'same. neighhbour hood T'IEll BUParlINTI E?E?i'. His Hlonor the .ulIerllnte,,dtlet returned- from his visit to Portland Day,. on Sunday even ing' lust.' TIaE BtTIInt AY BALL - The Birth. day: Ball is over: anil noitwithstanding ho4uy stret is, Dignity ' martc lvres, and,tl'worse thlan all, the Oippojntioan of thel'Port Phillipl Herald, the Lirth-dtly Ball has succeed d, and .ucceeded Iitter than 'ever did ' Dignity Ball ' iu Port Phillip. . TItE SUPILEME COUIT'-Me-ssrs Q:i rry and I:tlir have pasted notices oa their it elation to a ply on tile :ast day of the lresent term. to b- adtlm'tiel at:orlnie, Solicitors, and pro:tors of the Supicure Cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

THE GEELONG ADVER. k 'ISER is published in Geelong every Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, and in Melbourne every Monday morn. ing at 7 o'clock. Terms of Subscription-Six shillings and sixpence per quarter if paid in ad. vance; or Seven bhillings and sixpenice if paid at the end of the quarter. The quarter to date from the first publioa. tion after the entry, of any subscriber's name on the list. Resignations must be accompanied with'the payment of the current quarter, and all previous art rears otherwise.:the paper will continue to be charged.until a complete settlement be made. Terms of Advertisiung-The charge for each insertion is Three shillings for the first si. linies of space, and Threepence a line above. that number. Aavertise ments will be received in Melbourne till 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, and at, the office in North Corlo until Friday evening. The number of insertions is required to be written on each adver; tisement, or they will be continued a,,d charged until coun...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY, MAY 24. (Before His Honor the Resident Judge.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

SUPIREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. NIONDAtY. MAY 14. (B, rire Ills Ihlinr tie Rc.Ideal Juidgt..) Tuts~ daiy being app o'inted ' (or h;I~rnaritI uzatI.rlf.-nlild causeP, his Honor toiok -hi -at a14 uuuaI 'at ItIn' o'clock. aIt Kllsit tirnm the-re s Pp neeither asN iSeer1 leno Uitteresia- pras"aat. ta aid the' O ily tepre ientiutiva ol' tho bur wus flr. Croke.. Thao learued Jutlg e. iqUireti at. the prUV lty peitlRr ho wer-thP attorni s i1 tlhe iSPs set todwni or hearii.-, Mi r. Curner replied, MAlssts Thurlow .od? tV illi; : - It is very fortunate for theni that thPe ssessors areP not here, , I 1houltd 'er.tain'y strike the whole oftheh c iases out ot the paper. Ili.; honor observed. that I hiqs was not the first time he had? done, so, wheni in cydtey. if the parties.wcer, not in at illilnce at ten o'clork. precisely: nnal ilhulooh the atorniPl3 compl.dtine ver'. muih in the fi st itistance. lthey soon fo,,d the egood efel'fs )ti beins r·eular, and on the day. that I. presided (ron titued hi...

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PORT NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

PORT NATAL. The following circumstance took place here in Decemher.-..Two sailor: of the A.Iicaine were apprelended and 'triedl by, a sort of Landdroit, who sentenced them to be tied to a tree and flicged. This punishment they "received. after which they were compelled to return on hoard, again to perlorm their duty. The Court and executioner were all Dutch ; the guard ordered out were chiefly English. The farmiers intend erecting a village at the Bushmau's River, where a great number of them at present reside. Ir is about 200 miles from hence towards the colony. The Draakberg is very steep and difficult to.descena, on the east side, but on the west the ascent is so gradual as to be scarcely perceptible until you reach the summit. - Graham's Town Journal, Feb. 18.

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

S IzP NEWS.: ARRIVALS. May 22-GoVERNR LA TRonE, cutfer, Cannon master, from %tMelbourne, with ; general cargo. Passenger-G. Graham. 22 - ALIce, cutter, Sutton master, from Melbourne, with a general 'cargo. Passengers - Mr Duerdin, Mrs Baker, 1Mr and Mrs Groves, Messrs Williams, Fisher, and "Nayer. 22 - DEVONSHiRE, schooner, Sutton master, from Melbourne, with a general cargo. 26'- LucY, cutter, Batten master, from Melbourne. Passengers - Miss Gorman, Mesrss Wigglesworth, Bennet. renfrey, M. and P. Poole. Wilard, Mur phy, Turner, and Miles. Cargo.- 10 harrels flour, 3 boxes, 2 cans, I table, 1 cask tobacco, Strachan and Co; 25 deals, 3 jars 5 cans oil,,2 casks white lead, 2 casks whiting, I roll lead, 75 pieces quarterior, 6 hams, 7 cases glans,. Smith; 115 boards, 85 pieces quarter. Ing, 3 boxes, Miles; I chest tools, Blen. nett; I tent, 25 joists, Wigglesworth. 28 - GOVERNOR LA TitonBE, cutter. Cannon master, from Melbourne. Par siirge.;i-Miss E. iRobinson, and Alexr. M'Kay. Cargo-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

To be Sold, or Let. MR. LLOYD IHas received instructions from P. W. Welsh. E'q., to make Sale of, or Let on lease for seven years, A L that valuable A II.OTMENT, No. 14, in Block 10, North Cori, on which is erected one of the largest StaTres in town; with a large quantity of Lime, Loom, Bricks, &c., ou the ground, for completion of the the new Store partly built ; a Baker's Shop and Oven, rented at 30s per week; also, a Cottage. Halt theA..llot.ment,.,with frontage to Malop-street, being unoccupied, would tn k e en excellent site either for a private House or a respectable Inn. INVALUABLE BUILDI.NG SITES, FOR HOUSES OF BUSINESS, IN NORTH CORZO. For ~ale, bf Jribate eontract, 1N Allotment No. 19, Block No. 9,_ lot 1, a Corner Allotment, 36 feet by 30, on Yarra and Corio Streets ,t 2, 30 feet on Yarra Street " 3, 25 feet on Yarra Street " 8, 39 feet by 40, corner of Corio and Back Streets. These Allotments, situate on two of the principal' streets, and standing, without except...

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STEAM NAVIGATION. THE APHRASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

STEAM NAVIGATION. TUE APIIIRASIA. The establishment of a Steam com" munication with the neighbouring set. tlements will undoubtedly mark the commencement of a new era in the des. tinies of this township. Admirably adapted as it is for becoming the centre of traffic in the finest district of the Southern Hemisphere, the numerous visitants who will then have an oppor tunity of. seeing the beauties and ad vantages of.its situation, will soon rescue it from the obscurity into which it has been thrown by the maJd Inlituation which has prevailed in favor of Mel bourne. But we will not detain the reader from the pleasure of perusing the following extracts relative to thie two new steamers which are soon to con -mence running to and from this port. The following is from the Sydney Gazette. We are informed that this beautiful boat (Aphrasla) is to make heir"maiden trip, or ralher trial, on the 24th instant. the Queen's birth-day; she is to ply all that dlty round the port with a select party...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

IMElLBOURINE SHIPPING. AISIItVALS, May 92 - ADEONA, schooner, from Ilobart Town. ,2--New HOLL.AND, brig, from New. castle, with coals for the steamer Corsair, hbourly expected from Adelaide.. 25 - PAUL Pay, schooner, Jenkins master, from Launceston. Passengers irs and Miss Haythorn and two. chil dien, Mrs Johnson, Messis Stewart, Rose, and Marsden. 26 -ANN, barque, Simpson master, from Sydney. Passengess-Mrs Simpson and child, Miss Mirr, Mr and Mrs At kinson and three children, Mrs lonhaum. Mrs and Miss Bell, Messrs Howard and Robertsuon: twenty-three in the steer age. CLEARED OUT. May 19 -WIg.L A\II"oflc s, 1Iohinson master, tor Lnunceston. Iasaeaigeis PMcssrs Durkin, and Dryden. 22--Lozi Hon UtT, Harburgh master. for -lioburt Town.: "Passongera - Mr. ItobI.ftjld'7nlIJ Trooper. 25-F1.YIGO SQUIRaLEL, Clinch mas ter, for Hobart Town. The Australasian Packet, Jewess, and John Cooper, arrived yetserday from Port Phillip, having all sailed tihe same clay, muking the passage in three day...

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WHALE FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

WHALE FISHERIES. Tae decline of the whale fisheries has for a long time been regarded with much interest in the city, and various causes have been assigned to explain it. Nor is the question one that merely concerns parties interested in the oil trade, but it is regarded as of national importance from the facilities- which are afforded for manning our ships of war from the large crews employed in the fisheries. At the same time these fisheries. present the advantage of giving employment to the- inhabitants of the Orkney and -Shetland Islands, who, as it is well known, have recently been suffering the greatest distress and, privation. The ships employed inthe, whale fisheries are of the burden of from three to four hundred tons, and each have a crew of fifty: men, half of whom are taken from the islands above mentioned. Fehruary is the time for the departure of the ships, and when they return in the autumn they leave the crews in their native islands, the wages they have received add...

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MISCELLANEA. SAM SLICK AND TARNAL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

ZUZSCELLtANEA, SAMI SLICK AND FARNAL DEATH. I MINDu a trick played once on--old Tarnal Death,' as we called Captain Ebenezer Fathom, the skipper I went; to the South Sea with. He. kno.w'd every inch of the American coast as well as he did his own cabin; and whenever, he throw'd the lead and looked at what sort of, bottom- it showed,,. he Know'd as well. where, he was as if he was in sight of lan.lo He did beat all, that's a fact; and'.proper proud he was of it, too, a boastin' and a crackin' of it for everlastingly.. So, afore I gos aboard, off I .slips. to a sandpit on Polly: Coffin's betterments, wlhere they got sand. for. the Boston iron founidries, and fills a .lg with it and.puts it away in mytrunrik. . Well, we was gone 'the matter of three years on that ere voyage afore we reached Ilome; *and as-we near'd the Nantucket coast Captain Ebenezer comes down to the cabin and.tur.ns in, and y hr, . , ' am,' ~says he;, we are in Roundins now, I calculate ; run on till twelve. o'clock...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

SYDNEY. The IVeather. - On Thursday last the town of Sydney and its neighbour. hood were visited with an incessant fall of rain, the heaviest which has been experienced for some years, and ac companird by frequent squalls of wind from the north and north.east, in con sequence of which the streets in various parts of the town were flooded to a considerable depth. In Pitt-street the whole line from King-street to the 1Nechanics' School of Arts was over flowed, and the water entered many of the shops ard stores and did con siderable diam-ge. At the corner of George and Market streets the current was so strong that logs of wood were floaterl. In Madeira-place, at the south enid of Elizaheth-street, the water rose to the height of three or four feet, and, all the hduses.in the place were flooded ; the same also occurred in the lower. parts of the houses at. the bottom of Brickfie!d;hill, and the, south end of. Sissex-street. Tlhe yard belodining to thegas-works, and the large tank which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

T. SHEPPARD BEGS to infourm the inhabitants of Corio, and the settlers in the tllstrict, that he intends opening his GENIIRAL STORE this (lay, andt hopes by moderation in charges, with due regard to (uality, and the strictest tier 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 e.tahli.setelnt for the sale of Genuiine Drugs and Chemicals, and front his long tcolluexion with that business in Krg land. feels assured every satisfaction will be giveni. Physicians' prescrlptions and family recip.s accurately pIepared. Ilorse, Sheep, anti Cattle Medlicines. S.Soda Water, Lemonade, Gi|nger Bieer, &c., kce. MR. G. T. LLOYD Will submit for sale, on FRID \Y. the 4th of June, at .he Compily's Olfice, Corio, at One o'clock precisely. NOS 8 and 6 in Suburban 10.jSection 8, containing one acre each, more o, less One handsome Lon Table Two Washing Stands One Mattras; Ten hbas ,its', in quantities not less ...

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(From the Correspondent to the Patriot.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

(From thc'Corresponldent to thePatriot.) The Rev.' Ar. Threlkeld" has pub.i lished'his annual report of his mission to the aborigines, which,-in ..aci, is nothing more than ".variations'" on all the preceding reports, save that it is more candid and explicit in ad-. mitting the whole undertaking to.be a failure. The German Mission at More. ton Bay. have also published. their report, which, miutalis mutarsdis, tells the same story as Mr. Tnirelkeld's. Differences of opinion still exist in the Presbyterian Church here. At a meeting of the Presbytery, held the other day, it was resolved to suspend the Rev. Mr. Allan, and Dr. Lang moved the suspension of the Rev. l)r. M'Garvie, but the consideration of the matter was poztponed. Mr. Allan and the 1Rev. Dr. M'Garvie have prayed the public to suspend their judgment for the present on the merits of the case. The Rev. Archdeacon JefTereys has left us for Bombay. This prelate has instituted what he denominates the " Children's Tee.total Socie...

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THE POPULATION OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

TfTHE POPULATIONu OF SYDNEY. TuB total number of persons within the boundary, of Sydney is 29,973, of whom 17,332 arrived free, anid 7,000 were born in the colony, 8,356 have served sentences of transportation 207 hold tickets-of-leave, 1,018 are con victs in government employ, and 1,06() (537 males, and 532 females,) are con victs in private assignment. 'rlie district of: Sydney outside the boundary, including Newiown, Botany Bay, &c., contains about 4500; makiing the total numbrr..of .persons in the town and district of Sydney., 35.507. of'whum 20,733 are males, and 14,774 'females.' : The religious denominations are thus 'divided :-Church of England, I'9903; Presby terians, 3,b65;.Wesleyans, 937; ,'other Protestant Dissenters, 973-total ]'rotestants, 24,97S ; Roman Catholics, 9.552'; Jews, 476; Mahometans and rogans, Iu. 'here are .,392 houses, of which 3,714 are stone or brick, and 1,678 wooden; 125 (this includes place,.of worship, government buildings, &c.) are...

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VAN DIEMENS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 29 May 1841

VAN DWI1 NS LAND. The Present Crisis. -- The presant state of the colonial monetary nofTirs is retlly terrific. Thl Banks either cannot or will not discount even the best paper, and .the usurers are mo destly demanding from fifteen to twenty per cent on mortgnges. We know a gentleman who, .tunder a sudden emer gency, was compelled to negoctate a mortgage at seventeen -and a half per cent, the law.charg s, -&c., amounting to sime two ind a'halsf per cent. more. dtich "ti d sate of things cannot last. People will lie driven into the insolvent c,-urt, who would other wise have no idea of 'uch a thing. -. Thle oly coetrsn tyhicli app ars to us alcttlated to abate the evil is a genetal mtnnes 'y between ldebtor antd creditor, ti.1 a farther sup ptly f captanl can -he received from England. If the British capittilists (who only rec'eive two and three per cent on mtr:'gages,-) -m'ere made aware that money ci, ble inverteil. here on linexceptionable seCtityt to the amount of half a ...

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