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CLAIMS OF THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

. CLAIMS OF1 THIE COLO.IES. WVHAT is England's object in culti vating and extending her colonial empire? Not, surely, that she may have dependents to bully and .ppress, but that she hmay have outports for her redundant population, Stations of traffic for her commercial navy, facul ties for expending her greatness and extending her trade. T'I'he happiness of her colonial children and herown are reciprocal; she cannot benefit the one without relieving the other. If a colony is depressed, it becomes a drain upon our means at hoxe ; if it flourishes, it returns fruit with in crease. WVhen we lately noticed theI petition of the Australian colonies to be placed, as to their corn, on the same footing with Canada, we advoca ted their cause solely on the broad principle of equal justice. At: that time there was' no 'document b,-tp .. ius, except th e ir; p la ii l nd st r 14.,1 forwardj petition. On the veepy )r on- which ;we -su'ppirtdd' "itsi' ri,, .: the -louso- of t '(tzsons- 'ordr'r.I l...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEP. 9. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

LEGISLA lIV COUNIL. : E:?U.KsnDAY; , . gEP, 9 S 'Correspondesice. T-iTheSpeaker laid before the oCoun cil two letters,. whichi had just been receive'dlby him from tile! Ri-hit Hon. Lord. Polwarth, and William -lutt, IEsq., M. PE " Bridge over the Nopean. ,MrAW.entworth moved, "For leave to bring in a Bill to'effect the object bfthe prayer of theoPetition of Wil liam xnRussell, -Esquire.7 'Mr Rlobinson seconded the motion, Whicl:was carried without remark, and: thoa ! ill was-referred to a Sub Committee.. .,..:: anss', Sirsalte; 'Mr Robinson moved;;:' !That a Select Committee "be appointed to enquire ,antd report as to:. ;bthe ibt positions for Light Houses or Bea C'ons, in Bass's Straits, or on the coasts adjacent." He said that he should deem it a disgrace upon that 1-louse if another session was suffered to pass over without some .further steps being taken in the .matter. Mr Lamb seconded the motion. The motion was agreed to without further discussion. Mr Registrar Manning. Mr Low...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW MEDICAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

ruE NEW MEDICAL. Adr.-B3~ M* WaVkley's nevew Act,. whic is expr'. y to cxtend. to. the whole Britill EI Li-. pire; all p-resoriptions. aie to I,,. written both in the English Ind L.ali.n languages, so that the most lboarne. and the most ignorant apo0hecirr assiat. nt miiay read them .iaccurati y Allpoisonous preparantlons aee to , placed in oneuo 'diartmutnt of theshl pi, and to be ,marked, in large olt. !s, ' poisor. All drugs too be marit,, with the English:' and theio Lilan name. Adti've poisons re ionlyl , be sold when two t persons npipl,. :w.ho are to sign theirnaineg.in a ho . kept for that "purposo. .Bra.C h Ii the Act, £1O00; hall to the info .vLr; .Mr HIme has given rn.. lo.~h: Eo. o' cha Queen to 'grant v?, ep n u Sir liHenry Pottinger. , .i ·U.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

.ttippingj Stndilgence, GEELOOG. ARRIVD' J. Sept 13.-Bonjnhi Maideni ciutter, from Mdebourne, rvitl a general cairgo. Ppt 1J3.--Manry, cutter, from Melbourne, ?ith a cEeral rcargo •Spt 1i aid 16.-Aljlirasia', sieamer, from Ifelburtue. Selpt 15.-Vestat- steamer, from -Mel bmurne. FArTLD, Sept 10.-Mary, cIitteri for IrMelbourne, ,Cargo, 81t bags salt, 113 bagsbaarley;3, 3 bags .wheat. pl 13 miand 16 -V-esta, steamer, from le1bonrne. . SejPir lIb Aphr a steamer, rom Mel. bou rne.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

J U s W IL C E. xV .v,1x, (Per Aphrasia, ex Arabt And on Sale by the Undersigned, .FOUR CASES SORBY'S SHEKP SBEAIRS. T. SHEPPARD. 'Corio-strept. To B3rictmalcers. W ANTED, by the Ulidprqiened. a quantity of Bricks made on his Farm at Irishtown. ROBERT ROBINSON. TOOUND Straying at l1unninyong,i a light bay Cob, white fae. branded S near shoulder. The owner may have him on paying expences, by applying to Mr Veitch. Buuningyong Inn. Notice. N a former advertisement notice was given, that the Guns left for repait with Mr Calvcrt were put into my hands for releasement. No applic.- tion having been mnde in accordance with such advertisement, Notice is hereby given, that if not released before Thursday, 24th instant, the Guns will on that day be sold by public auction, at my rooms, Corio-streot, at Twelve o'cloik, to clear expenses. Also, at the same time, a variety, of Slops, Cutlery, Ladies' Dresses, &c., &c. M. O'FARRELL. Sept 16. 1815. GZRCUTLATZNG LEBaARY. , lHr unders...

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 — 17 September 1845

if* IELUOU1NE ARRIVED :rptf'thgdr 13.-- Midue, cutter, Klrsop, bmaster from Etnie's Isnnr, swith nine survi''ors from the .sck of the emigrant shlip. Cntnraqut. - eptl 1.5 -ShI mrnrek, r l antuter,. from ..ytlney. Pc.enr,-e's-M.rs OInoddnn ,i-r anod Mrs rBnrnett Rev. r Mr Stephl.Is, Cantnin rlLussell,: Messr5 Jlrew.;ter J.; GCIII. ,Have, E. I. James, Snuthey, Stlrlin.m SnI1th; Rnhertson, P Trkelt, Al Polnack, 1. Camrpbell, t. AV. Ilnlaarthl, 2homas hlurphy, Ja?lms Sitmslon, ind Mrs Plnattl. . CLtARID OUT. Ireoentbcr 13.-Sceut, brig, for Lnaelnecslon ?a.igrners--Messl sIe.eehl, Bryant. and Stevens; ifeptlenmer 15 -Snuvenir, soio..o.elr, for Launces. Ton via Chceglar Head, No P'isselgCers;' . I r hte n?a.otnll of theI los`s of Ihe Cataraque we were ulnitle to dojnstice to iMr Howie, to whose rorelhouglst and Ilhumanity the survi nr owep theIiir lives. On finding that a reeck hIad orr'rreif, .throalrIh aeeing on thile -hqr.. the mInllgled remains of a IIlluanli body, .-r Howie dividetl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Last Meet of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

TJho Last Meet of the Season. The Corio o[lunds willimpet on Mon iay, tlhe 29th instant' at Mlessrs Bates' etasion, Duck Ponds, at daybreak. '; There will be a Dinner at the Retrea; ino, at 5 o'clock of the same (lay at 'which all Subscribers, and pDrties incrirtrted " in the continuance of thei Ilonnds, nre URGENTLY requocted to attend,- to make arrangements for the' ensuing 'season. o_ -? m ?---= · m im am m

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the Melbourne Courier. Midge, coming up the Bay. 12th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

To the Editor of thle Melbourne Courner. . Midge, coming up the Bay. 12th September, 1845. Sn,--! beg to enclose you a memo, aendum oft the lccircumstances of the total loss of tl'e ship Cataraqul. emi grants, which was lost. on the 4th Au gust, on the western coast of Kin'g*s Island. I have learned from M. Guthrie the chief officer, and the few who hAve -sad the good fortune to escoSei?,'h.e 'IdbTToWin g1IR-ptr5Tt'~ihiU. 2er', kYMs tbJ6=iLt*M annals of shipwreck, a more calamitous event is not to be found-9 souls of a compliment of 43 being the sole sur vivors, nod the ship herself, one of 802 r~ous,almost smashed into matchwood. The beach, for about one mile above and three miles below the spot where she firs: struck, presented a most dread. ul siight, strewed with bodies, frag ments of booms, spars, and, tattered wearing apparel. About the 15th Julv, when in the es timated position of 40 miles south of St Paul's, fell in With a strong gale from N.N.W., with a heavy sea ; battened...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP CATARAQUI, AND LOSS 414 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE EMI GRANT SHtP CATAR.QUI, AND LOSS '41'4:LIVES. The wreck of the emigrant ship Cataraqui, is certainly the most dreadful and heart-rending catas trophe that has ever happened in this part of the world, or indeed in any other part for a long series of years. The particulars of this unfortunate occurrence, which we subjoin, were communicated to the editor of the .-lelbourne Courier, by Mr Lletcher of the cutter Midge, and we further gire the dqscription of the terrible sceries which Intervened between the atriking of the vessel and its final bieaking up. as related by the mate of the Cataraqui to the reporter of the Port Phillip Herald. As is usual when such casualties occur, there are those who are ready to step forward and iimpute want of seamanship and want of precaution to the officers of the ship. To advance such arcusations upon imperfect evidence is cruel and un called for; and it is certain that in the present case, there is not the slightesf proof of ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

ANOTHER ACCOUNT. ('ron the t'ort Phiiip Reald ) Immediately after theship struck~, she was sounded, and four feet water wa in her hold. The scene of confusion and misery that ensued at this arful period, it is impossible to describe. All the passengers attempted to rush on deck, and many succeeded in doing so, until the ladders. were knocked away by the workilngs of the vessel, when the shrieks from men, women, and children from below were terrific, calling on the watch on deck to assist them. 'I he crew to a man were on deck the moment the ship struck, and were instantly employed in handing up the passengers. Up to the time the vessel began breaking up, it is sup posed that between three and four hundred were got on deck by the ex traordinary exertions of the crew, At this time the sea was breaking over the ship on the larboard side, sweeps ing the decks, every sea taking away more or less ot the passengers. About five, a. m,, the ship careened right over on her larboard side, wash...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXILES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1845. EXILES.-Our bush readers will   be glad to hear that another Exile ship is daily expected to arrive from England ; and that there is every probability that Geelong will again be chosen as the place of de- barkation. The vessel will first proceed to Hobart Town, where Dr Hampton is still residing. The Exiles will be placed, as before, at that gentleman's disposal; and re- collecting as he does, the mutual benefit and satisfaction which re- sulted to the Exiles and to their employers, from the previous ship ment, he must be impressed with the fact, that there is no other dis- trict in these colonies so well adapted for a fair trial of the expe- riment now being carried on by the home Government.   DISTRItT CoUNCIL-.The opinion Is now becoming prevalent, that the hDistrict Council system will either. b altogether ovorturned, or suffered' t fall into'abeyance, w'ith 1he consent of the colonial Govern. ineilt. It would be ,an Hercu...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSION. Monday, September 15th, 1845. The Queen v. Rowe and others—Mr Williams moved in this case, it being a mis- demeanour, for a copy of the information. Granted. Joseph Ford and Isabella Rennie were jointly indited for stealing a pair of trousers, and other articles. Ford, not guilty, Isabella Rennie, guilty. Joseph Ford and Isabella Rennie were again jointly indicted for stealing four plates, &c., at Melbourne. Both the prisoners were found guilty and remanded. Daniel Diesseldorf—shoplifting. Guilty. Joseph Bailey—burglary and robbery, 2nd count, larceny. Not guilty.   DENT v. PLUMMER.—CRIM. CON.— Mr Dent is driven out of the Supreme Court, on account of not having in the colony either of the witnesses to his marriage certificate, but Mr D. purposes proceeding, or sending to England for the necessary witnesses. The Duke of Wellington will com- plete his 76th year on the 1st May. The proprietor of " Bell's Life" was lately offered £7...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

:.IST .of unclaimed Lette'rs. in the Geelong Post-Olfce, Sept. 17, 1845 Armytage Mr Kennedy Thomas Abraham William Lynch Martin Archdall T & H Lynch William Anderson Robert Lyle James Andersotn W Logue Josephl A darn Capt. 1,angdon J C Anderson Thomas Lowther E Burden Mrs . Lawler Silvester Barclay James Letton Thoma, Borllhwick Robert M'Kinnont John B-ull Charles E M'Hern - .Bloomnfield Joseph M'Kellar J;ilin Baley William 0 M'Gonigal'J Bell Robert Mackie James Burgess George "Morrissy Michael Baillie J Morton Francis Bennet T V Mliniken W P Bldy John Muir William Barns Elibui Mathews II C Byrne Patt 'c M'Donald Charles Bell George Maackeonach Mr Bernard Thomas M'Langhlan William Baxter Andrew MIfregor.Donald Beard William Mobdi6 Henry Brown Thomras Murray John Brown Charles M'Donald Michael Bircliett Charles .'liller Peter Byerly J Martin William Bcilby J W Meara.William Billon John M'Wirther Ebenexer Broderick John M'Kenzie H L Black James Matson Henry Beawick - Mackillop...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 17 September 1845

ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS The above account of this dreadful catastrophe appeared in an extraor- dinary issue of this journal, on the arrival of the intelligence, and we have but few additional particulars to add. The number of souls on board the Cataraqui was 423, of whom 370 were bounty emigrants to this port, the re- mainder being composed of the captain (Finlay), the surgeon superintendent (Carpenter) an old visitant to these colo- nies, the surgeon's brother, and the officers and crew of the ship. Of all this number nine only have been saved, viz., Mr Guthrie, the chief officer, John Roberts, William Jones, Francis Millar, John Simpson, and Peter Johnson, able   seamen; Solomon Brown, an emigrant;   and William Blackstock, an apprentice. Of those who have perished there exists no correct list, but the following re- turn, compiled by Dr Patterson, the immigration Agent, from a mutilated   list of the imnmigrants, picked up on the beach after t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

Juat. Published, B RIEF Notices.of the Aborigines of New South Wales, including Port Phillip, in reference to their Past His,, tory and Present Condition, and the various Schemes hitherto adopted for their benefit, with the Results and Ex penses .of each; together with a Plad for their moral and social improvement. By JAMEs DREDoE, late Assistant Pro tector of Aborigines. .In the Press. To be Published by Subscription. ,A MAP of the District of Geelong, tB including besides the natural fea tures of the -country, roads, &c., all the Squatting Stations within the boun daries of the District, from the Werriby to the Hopkins, and from the Pyrenees to Cape. Otway. By ALEXANDER J. SKENE, Surveyor to the District Coun 'il of Grant; To be engraved on cop. per, in the first style of art. As it is requisite to ascertain the probable number of copies required, ntesiding Subscribers are requested to enave their names with the publisher without delay, thereby insuring to them. selves the...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SONG OF SEVENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

' , THE SONG OP SEVENTY. I, am not old, I cannot be old, Tl T{ough, threescore years and ten I~ave wasted away, like a tale that is told, The lives of other men. I am not old, though friends and foes Alike have gone to their graves, And left me aloe to sly joys or my woes. As a ruck int the mindst of the waves: I am notold, Iecannot be old, Though tottering, wrinkled, and gray; Though my eyes are dim, and my marrow is cold, Call ime not old to.day. Por early memories round me throng, Old tines, and mlanners, alld men,' •As]r!liok behind on my journey so long, Of threescore miles and ten. .)fl I look behlnd. ad am once more young, IBuoyuant, anld brave. anld bold, And my hea t can sirg, as of yore It sung, Before they called me old. I do not see her-the old wife there Shrivelled, and haggard, and gray; But I look on her blooming, ansd soft, and fair, As sie was on her wedding-day. I do not see you, daughters aud sons. JInathe likeness of wosnen and men, " Dust liss you now as I kisse...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

MIelbourne Sale fLooms. StEAn THE ROYAL HOTEL, COLLINS STREET . ESSRS.WILLIA ts 8; WHEATLEY, beg to acquaint the inhabitants of Australia Felix, that they have com* mnencd. the business of AUCTIONEERS .AND GENERAL AGENTS. CASH ADVANCES "will be made on Wool, Stock, or Mer chandise consigned to their care for sale'; and they have made arrangements with MESsnS J. AND R. BAKEWELL to receive and expose to view of intending ipurchasers, such lots of Wool as may be placed in their hands for public compe 'tition. Melbourne, September 12, 1845. Messrs Dunsford & Co. will receive riny Commissions with which Messrs W. & W. may he favoured from the neigh. bourhood of Geelong. W.T ANTED, on Terms, a FLOCK of VV .SHEEP to DEPASTURE on a good run, near Geelong-Security given -Apply to Mr. A. LEVY. 10th Sept., 1845. Public-house for- Sale. rr E. CROOK AND PLAID, situate at Lake Colac, and on the high road to Port Fairy, forty-five miles from Geelong. The premises generally' -are co...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

.'1 A New 'INVENTION.-THE QUEEN's INlK.-.We received a few days ago, from the inventor, a worthy baronet whose chemical and agricultural know ledge have already coniferred great dis tinction upo, his.name, and benefit on his ,country-a specimen of a new invention in the mnnufacture of ink, which bids fair, in a short time, to supersede entirely the dirty fluid'that has hitherto been used for writing. The new ink, which is called the Queeh's Ik, from the fact that Her Majesty has expressed her pleasure at the in vention, and condescended to make use of itifini'reference to 'he old black- ink, is colourless as water, and perfectly innocuous, and if spilled upon paper makes no blot or mark. It .does not stain linen,.or woollen, or wood, or the fingers, or aby substance whatever with which it may:coinie in contact, ex cept silver, (from which it may be re moved without trouble), and flows with per'fti T'r'edrm and fluency from the pen, leaving behind it a writing which is distinctly bla...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSES FOR INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

... 1ORsEs FOR INDIA., Tits is thn first season that the ex portation of horses to India eoi a scale' calculatcd to be beneficial to the colony has been tried, and we have little doubt that the result will he most encouraging. Nearly one thousand horses ,have been sent away, of which upwards of one half. have., been purchased for thie JEast, India Company. Next yeari. there is reason to believe that much larger purchases will be madeo by Captains Apperly and- Dallasi:an'd now that there is a certainty of Ausi tralian horses finding a ale iniIndia the largeostockholders ..aref directilnt their attention to those. breeds wilich? contain most blood, and areiot~jer.w?s well adapted for the 'market.. At least £30,000 will, be nretted- to :the colony for these horses and the foddiier required for them durg'tling e passao. rWe subjoin a list, showing'ithe nanmes of the ships by" wlich the orss were exported, and the number sent by each ship :? : ,' Coringa Packet .,..3..;4.:... 3 Ilydrabad...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 20 September 1845

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Sydney Herald.) BY the Hooghly we received our files of London papersoto the 18th May. WooL.-The public sales of Colo nial and Foreign commenced on Tues day last at the Hall of Commerce. The attendance from Yorkshire and other parts of the manufacturing dis tricts is larger that foi some time past; the biddings continue animated; last sales' prices are fully supported, and nearly the whole at present passed the chair found purchasers. In some of the flocks from Australia there is a marked improvement in the washing and assortment. The quantity to be put up is about 11,000 bales colonial, 400 East India, and about 1200 Foreign. The arrivals last week wera 2494 bales of Colonial, and 500 Foreign. The stocks of En glish wool being light in the country generally, causes the prices to be steady. Notwithstanding the consu mers of long wool complain very'much of the difficulty of adequate price for yarns, very fine combing sorts are en quired after, and fetch r...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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