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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

S1I~P NEWIT3. AIRRIVA L. June 6--T a A R,sclhncner, Bell master, fro-m Launceton via Nielbourna. Cargo- 20 bais flour, 19 bags brsn, R{uffle--jO bags flour, Synnolt - 12 bugs oats, Straclia,, & C6"--!2? packages furizi'i.e, BRItes ? plought, 1 pair harrowe, Order-i chest tea, 1 a veit. I? -GOVERN,OP LA TltOBE, cutter, C:'nnon master, from .3lelbourne, Pas 5rngers - lra Roberts. Messrs Duerdin, and Dorinan, Cargp--1 bags potatoes, I chest tea, 1 coil rope, I trutik apparel, 1 box, 2 packages, Champion ; 1 roll le'sd, 2 rolst leatlter, I parkaco saws, 1 keg nails. 1 box,Deane; I case wine, P entic. 209 hbsrdJ 9 joists, Strachan & Co. "40 bas oats, IMack:; 1 box soda, I coil rope. 2 wheat seives, I package, Fisher ; 14 roils rope, O cases sundries. Reeves; t":ehesi 4 half. chest 5 quarter-chests tes, 4 cases, lcrask glass, %Vigglesworthi 2 1bags pollard" I bag wheat, I case, 6 bags p;othtoes," Campbell; a ea'e hard~are, 1 hhd purse'r, Bolger" 1 case mercehandise, S trun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

"0 . LO" ON, ? T HE first-cla.s remarkably last-sailinga brig ADELA!IDE. q10 tono, S. DtiYDEN commnnder. Thik vessel having her dead weight on honrd, wvill meet with quick despatch., For Freight or Passage, having superiot _ccommodation, apply to JAMES CAIN, WERlE, BRO''HERS, & CO., or STIACHAN & CO. "WOOL p W. WELSH & CO. * are prepared to make ad vances on wool consitgned to their Ageot, s ,lcsr.i. Montefiore Brothers, LoodloO and Liverpool. Parties wibhing an immediate advance can be accom ,andatedo NOTZCE. A the request of a nu|mber of "inflential persons, the subscriber Ihas been induced to open a Registry Ofmo" for Servants, Parties requlrin~ domestics will please to make application a? the Auction Rooms. corner of Little Flinders-3treet, Ma' ke..squarP. Sales by Auction effected at a mo. derate per centage. Connigoments solicited on lihPral ad yances, and immediate settlements made. :B. EDG T, Auction anid Commission Agent. M ELBOUIIN E. Registry Offco...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

)IKBLOURJK ShIIPPING. SA IttVALS, June 3 - DuCHtEsS oF'NORrtTtiM?Et" ,AND, b:srqute, Scott master, (ram' Lodon nt.d Plymouth. Passeuigers -- Cdptitix DP'Craoe, lady, and three children.. Aliss Turker, MPdssrs Helvun,.Leigh. Tyffe. La Gros, Kebblc, and Fsrley; six inter w1editte, and 275 ins the st, erase... , . -J ANE AND EHItMA, Cutter, Thomson snoster, rrutn Poit Albert. Glpp's Land. 0--AGENOflA, schootner, Hurst rooster, fruin Ilohart Town. Passenugers-- Mrts. |Hurst, Caphtin and Mrs. Marr, Miss Betts, atud Slr. Jucks'ln. 0--AGNES AND ELIZABETH; schooner, Comyn roostbr, from I-lobart Town. " Pas w, ngers-elcssrs Ward atnd Fawkner. 8--,ILL WATCII, schooner, IHarding master,- (orn Launccston. Passengeras Mliss Hlammond, Messrs. IHoskin gs, H .ll, Stoden, Blill, and Hedlain: rour itl the sreeroge. ".-LILLIAS" srhonner, S tons, Smith inaster, froin Hobart Town. Passengers .lessr, Strachan, ,Vells, Elver and Bush, e'evet in the st.erage. "÷--DuSTY MtILLeR, schooner, Saunders ,oster, f...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

DIPAR lTURl. June -LucY, cutter, atteno master. for Melbourne. 6-?GOVERNOR LATRObE, cutter, Can. »ion master, for Melbourne, with 7 bales 'wool. IO.--TAMAR. ichooner,. Bell master, for Laue:ceston, with a cargo of fat wether». Cargo -of thce I. L.As, houirly expected from Hobart Town yia Melbourne; -:10 bag8. flour, 1 case 1 bale slops, A rm~tage- ?? bags flolr, 2 cases slops, I hox soap, Murray- 9 bags flour. "Austin-- kegs to bacco, Brown--3 casks nails, Clhampion--l package apparel, Learmnnohl-- 5 bisgs'flour I bag rice, 1 bags polatoes, 1 bor soalp, 1 can turpentine, 1 chest tea, I baskels io lacco, Sharpe--2 kegs tinwarel cs.es slops. Thrmsonn-- cask tinware, Clidrke--1t bags flour, Russsell--20 bats flour, ? cases 3 bales slops, 0 casks tinware. - I brindle (rying p ans, 0 bundles leather, cases 2 bales slopss, 8000 feet timber. S p?lckagtes chair s .Jcbhst drawers, S?trachan & Co.

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INDEPENDENCE OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

INDEPENDENC E OF NE?W ZEZALAND So soon Oa we are decl!redmindc. Tpendent, all vessels from thle neeih. bouripg? colonies coming .to New Zealhind~will have to clenr f'or a ap)cilied port of entry, and Imist cnt'tr' their cnrgoes-et.that pori. Thf*y'muxt Ind their articlo?, havo them o*amined, measured or valued, and pay th'e dulies: inrrposed biv oir 'lawa?. Neither Will they be allowed to~ obtain csrgous on the coaet, and sa;i with' then;, (or tdie other colonies. H|av.ing'sipp'd can gn, on the coast, they must come to a' port with a custom-house, aRd +obtlnaina. c!earance. ODikregardihig?'our laws in either case' would subject thlemn to seisure, and being' forleited.. Our separation will' therefore thoroughly emharrnas tihe old system,.'and'inn'-all probab;lity occasion, its being ashn doned at no distant date. A new system will prevail consistent with the: altered .condition of these isla'nnd4. Co?sting vessels belonging to New. Zealand, suited to the coast harbours, will collect ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

ZEW Z~aLaND. (tr.m the New vZealand Gnaette.) Several partie. are, persevering in the application of m.?chines. and pro cepses to the picparaiion or New Zea-' land flax. =Great preparations mnr a fight he tween the natives rup the conist 'hitv betn reported, and Mr E. . Wake.' fitclul with two misainnaries had left nanganui, to endeavour to reconcile the combatants. Tlobheriesnr now, const.antly corn mitted by the nlAtiwv. It is no longer sare to trus?t thelmn in tlhe shnps, for they have on several occasions been detceted~ in the net of stealing, and V0lriOR articPs offered for sale by th.'m, far below tlhe mariket prie,, have donbtless hren obtained iii a di.hone.at manner. T"hey have got rid of the fler'of going out nt night, and auecesfully rob even tohlrably well watched gardens. It is repbr'ed that good 'coal has been found in Evan's. Bay. On Wedsesday night (215t April), Port Niclholson was vi.ited by the heaviest gale experienced since the 3rtllhment has 1eeln formed. It occ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

. M1ZSOBLAEA, • A traveller on the continent, visiting ancelebrated cathedrsl, was shown Iby the s cristan, amoiig other marvels, a dirty opaque glass phial. u After eye ing it sonei time, the traveller, said, '? Do you call this a rellc'?.. .WVhy, its rmpsy." "( Empty!" retorted the eacristaii indignantly, ''sir, it'contaiua some of thetdarkness that Moses spread veer the land of Egypt!i "' ': A dreadful little for a uhillin'g," said a penurious fellow to a:piysician, who dealt him an emetic,--" can't you give more l " Are you depressed t The best plan is to'laugh,4 or. try to laugh, at every :tking that mikes othersl weep; and' •;then you can afford to weep, if you jllke, when othres laugh. . A Dutcla Lawsuit.-A few years ago, in' America, a couple of Dutchme|, though very frienilly,, had a terrible falling out abont oie killing thoithe, dog, for which he sued for'dama'ges'. "'i'~ey were called into court, rand the defendant in the case was caked by the judge if? e killed'the dug?...

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THE FARMER'S CREED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

THE FAI{MEIt'S CREED., fl DI' Il JC1L4 .Zl 1CLAIP. Let IhF be the fareznr's creed- Of stock secure thie ciric2CsI bleed. II pence nnd plenty let themt feed ; Yasir land saw sstllh the best of seed; Let It noJt duIng nfll dyressing treed ; I relate and drraita it witI, all nireed ; An yttou will sooti be rich indeed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

Sr E LET, FOR A TERM OF tEAiLS. --iGIITEEN Acres of Land, eituate on the south !side Oa the'Yarra Y.·Yrra, with a louse ciintaining three rooms, a detached kitchcn and store Distance Vfrom town, two miles and a half. Nor further particulars apply to P. W. w.ELSH & CO. Melbourne. JoN ES" o LUC A S" 1aokmmltbsa and Wh~elwrightm, AT TIll *\CK OF MR. MACK'S, WOOL PACK INN, asobmlalcoza o, R[ ESPECTFUCIL?A inform the In. ll',habitah'i" 6f this district, thatL they have commenced business in the ,.bove line, and ate ready to receive" ordersto anryetent with which they may, he favored. It is their intention to keep a ,upply of the heat materials, and they -will guarantee thaittheir work shall be done in a fiat-rate manner, at Mel •bourne prices.. Agricultural implements of every ksnd made an d repaiied' onthe'shortest notice. l. loise Shoeing, &c. iONT'LY List or' Persons who .L hawe takeni out Depasturiiig Li Censes for the DistriCts of Wes'ern Port and Portland Bay, rrom ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

1EU ,OU ,T.... . The L)uche?' o" Nothumerrl rlccd haN hrouht the flirlt regular mail that has evr o'ome to ti ltjPhi lip trom Engliand dire~ct . .. . . ?" °' +. . . N 'Y'STP.AMPIt. --Mr. Ml'anton h~a.sre Crebll' it i&;e-%f friem. I.cod on by ' he, ia+ shij."thct. hisa tiewiron .leamerlha. been a.hijcped inlt, inme, .icd maybe I)e HxPecired in -Melleourn. withii manoent. W. have seeti a drcwicigcf tic is h~aUII t he,nt. ceid can .cafely say Ihcerfor sleganc;. ol cois, Iruc ion she. HI Ilncit !t!pcesur)Hied if qnallecl, in' he Australiaci colonies Her hurttl he is just t O. tons, l.llc h on deck 95 feet, Aned will+ he tirOltlled hy two rcoiIlecisiin engllinPs of.,twenlt horse power each; her draughCt if- wtr. when loed~d, will only b- 3 ifeet .3 inches. *She i1 intemedetl to trade hetwee.n ,lelbourne, (eehceni, cindl the Bay. es ol~porlunity may ,ifor. Nir. Manton aX. PC(ts that isl ab)out four mouths' tim. this steacirjr will be at lull wiok, as th. eneineers ancd .blacksmilh...

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CHRISTENING OF THE PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

CIRISTEhINO OF TIII: PI{INcIsS.- This cre.rmolnoy look |)lurce on ulw 1iClh ol Februnry." I'he miume histoweid wua ViclbriorhtAdelaiiI(? Mary [Luius. DUAININO IN l-L.g.LAvu-Th'e Gvern., mrnt are giving thelir support to R measure belose apIn liH mnl't, in proniiottoti. ot the ,dgsirhlae oblject of drzininng the bogi of ireland, ... . . . .... .. .. .. .. C. - -= :: JThe .tul~tn has directed that a bril nt n,,cklace, to he eomnosed entirely diamondsoF the "firs water, be im. diately prepared as a present to ler jesvY Qtteen Vctloria. It-is intended a token of his esteem for otir he ted sovereign, who has been his hiess's best friend in the hour o A 'nTolon le:ter slates that Admiral t,:on has been ordered to silil, in eii.mtelY with sil shils of the lini to orocco, to demand satisft'ction fot e inislt recently offered to the Fr'ench tn.tl at Tangier. -Some. steamers are go wiIth the squatlron, ant ifsatisfac i n is refused the place is to be bom ?rded.. The Duke of TIord'eanX hasgone...

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SATURDAY, JUNE 5. (In Banco Reginae.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

SATURDAy, JUNE 5. (In Dancon egina.) Judge Willis haying taken his seat. said that in the case of Browt v. West wood, he thought it right to state, as a matter of con.iderahle imp~ortance to auctioneers, that he was convinced of the propriety" of the opit'ion he had alradyI expressed; and it was his opinion, that when the name of the se?ller of the estate dots not appear, the auctitneer should sign the agreement bor. thecompletiott of the purchase fo'r the vetdor as weli as ror the buyer. in order to etndble the seller to tnaintaitt an action [or the completion of the purchase. On the Ecclesiastical side of the c'urt, Mr. Br'ewster moved ont petitiot, that the Hey. Mr. Thomson and Mr. layl'-y he appointed guardlianis to the orphians Alice tind Ucnrietta Hack~n. His Hottor had ttiuch pleasure in appointing the genthlmen, named by the diseasep, as ruardiats; they would also administer to the.s' ate asttd effects, atd 'by so domine be ettaltl.! to 'ibmnve thebthree hundred pounds depos...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, JUNE 4. (Before Judge Willis and Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

SUPRE.E COURT--CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, Juse 4. (Betore Judge Willis and Assessors,) Mr. Brewsternapplied for advice how to proceed agalahss the Crown for re fusing: to complete a purchase of:fnd' by 'Ir. Highett, utdsr°'the R.egRsatioos ofJanuary 21. Mr. Brew'ter'wi.hed| to know who was to be proceeded YeaitaSt as defendant. His' Honor relu-ed to give: any advice. Palttsrsono.BrothPrs v. Tlarrison.-An action to recover £71 13s Sd, for wo,k and labour in the 'rection of a wool press: Verdict for' the plaisttilfT. brown v. Bird.--An action to recover £22 lOs, the value of five rams. Ver diot- for plaintiff. St. Job5 v. ,Morrison and others.-In this case "damages were sought to he recovered'for tile nnnperformamncs of'th,; condiLion-ol a bond. I)am;cgrs is. Fro~t v. \Xaloo.s.- ' recnr'.£44 3s 6'1?lor woik anld IboutrP.....Oly. £2s, hbeingjproved, a verdict 'wHas 'giveit for that smount' '4·I;- C~ Kettle v.:mith. To recover $!3 for woik and Ilbour verdLict for plainltff. Power v. Cannon. - ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 12 June 1841

BIRTHS.         On the 9th instant, at South Corio, Mrs. J. Duerdin, of a daughter. On the 10th instent, at North Corio, Mrs. G. T. Lloyd, of a daughter.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

SYDNISY. Fine Flour, 263. per o100lhs Se conda, 23. Ration, 19. Colonial Wheat, 4s. to 7s. per bushel. Maize 28. Gd. to 3s. ditto. Barley, 6s. ditto, Cape Burley, ?s. ditto. Oats, 6a. to 83. ditto. Hay, 71. to LOJ. per ton. luu I n nm nnummmummn mn ~nl CORIO: Edited by JAMES iARlsRISON, and Printed and Published for JOHN" PASCOE FA\VKNER (sole liroprietor) by JOHN SCAMBLE, at the Advettiser Office, Malop street, North CUorio, A u trilia Felix,

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LAUNCESTON [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

LAUNC.SSTON Fine Flour, 23s. per 1001bs, 20 per cent. 21s. ditto, 12 per cent. 181. ditto. Bran Is. 6d. per 201bs. Pol lard, 2s. ditto. 'Wheat', from 7s.. to bS. Gd. 'per '601b., Barley, 6s. to 7a;'6d. per busliel.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

M ELBOITRNE. MeLBno'URNE PRICE CURiRENT.-PFIoU first, £27 to £30 per ton, second h'2. third .25 ; iin?e 3&d' per foot, ceda logs 4d. to. 5d ; deals 9}d.; shingle. per thousand £1 :15s, to £'2 os. tea hysonskin £11 to £14, ptr hliest potatoes-.£14 to £16 per ton; maize 3.4 to 5s. pier bushel ; oats 7s to 8s 6d per bushel.

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STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

STE4M NAVIGATION COMPANY. A rumour has gained credence in Corio during the last few days, that certain of the Melbourne shareholders in the Sieam Navigation Company are. determined to use their influence to prevent the employment of. the Aphrasia as a regular packet between Melbourne and ('orio. We are afraid that the report is but too well founded, but still we think that such a nefarious transaction cannot meet with the countenance of a majorityof the share holders, possessed (as we believe they genrally are) with intelligence, patri otism, and probity in too high a degree niot to perceive the injustice and im policy of such a course. We shall indulge in a few dispassionate remarks on this subject, knowing that a con spiracy is easier crushed in the bud than when it has attained maturity. Fifteenu months ago, when the town of Corio could scarcely be said so:have commenced its existence, the spirited inhabitants of the district, per ceiving the advantages likely to result from tile...

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WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

W KOLZSAL3. GRA3,IN, &c. Wheat, per bushel .. o a o.. o oa Maize, per bushel . .. o 4 o.. o o o Oats, per bushel .... o 8 o.. o 9 o Barley, per buisel ... o :o. o.. . o o Flour, first, per Ion .. 28 o -..32 o o Second ........ 24 o o..26 o o 'Jhird ......... o u o.. o a o flay, V.D.L. per ton . 15 0 0..18 o a BUILDING MATERIALS: Buicks, per thousand.. 2 5 0.. 2 10 o Cedar deals, per foot. oa a o.. o o o Pine, per foot ........ o 0 6.. o a 8 IHatdwd boards, 100 ft. 1 5 o.. 1 8 6 Shingles, per thousand 2 0 o.. 2 5 o Battetus, per 100 feet.. I 5 0.. 1 7 o Paling, broad, per 100 2 2 o.. 2 10 o Narrow ditto ......... 1 o o.. 1 15 o Nails,'per lb......... o o 8.. o 1 a SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &c. Ale, in bottle, per doz. o 16 o.. o 1S 0 Porter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 9 Brandy, per gallon .. 1 4 0.. 1 10 o Gin, per gallon ... 1 o o.. 1 5 6 Ruin, pet gallon . 1 o o.. a o o Port wine, Iper dozein. 1 16 o.. 2 10 0 Sherry, per dozen .... 1 15 o.. 2 6 0 Negrolhtad 'Tobacco, lb. o ...

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THE BREAKWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 19 June 1841

THE DIRAKWAT-It.- The late rains have caused such a rise in the waters ol the Bar won, that some fears are Lelt for the stability of the breakwater. The rush of water against that-wall of rude masonry is so impetuous, that at least all the clay and earth employed in its construction will to a certainty be washed away. so that nothing will he left, when the dry weather returns, to prevent the ingress of salt water with the tide. No bad effeots can result in the mean time, however, and the injury will.be easily repaired, when occasion shall require. it TIE STREeTs,-A Ithough the situation of Corio is far superior to that of any other towuship that we have ever seen, still while the streets are allowed to remain in a "' state of nature," It is not to be expected that they can be other wise than in an unpleasant condition. A lew days', labour by the .road gang would be sullicient to effect all that is required inihe present.circumstances of the township, namely, the fIrmatiodi ot a drai...

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