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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
G1EELONG.> Octnobr l--Davids scliianner, Bowden rmnster. fro,m Robart Town via Mellbou,,e. Cargo. 251'01 ,ainglen, O)tC0 :fet tiImber, h00 ilI.;, S casst s Oct. tber 13-Novel, brig, - Dlntinbtnhall master, October 13--.Mary cutter, fronl Melbourne with a genleral cargo. ILteD. Vis1LErS IN ItARtBOUt. Arab hbarqgi 2;. tons, Dalgamno mtaster, loading (nir-niind,.n. Platinta hist, ter, 320 tons, Kirkus master, loanding fur LondoI.. T No.vel; brig lot 10ons, Dunningham master, loading ftr Liverp)nd Iravid.sclooer, Bowden mtoaster, discharging. Miry rtIter, disctiirging lioijah Miiden, cutter, loading A~ rll.,asI sts.l e llCr Vesta hcaitrer
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We understand that the proprietors of the recently purchased properly now familiarly known as tne Lb Monster Mine," are to proceed this day to a division of the terrain on which these much contested mineral riches are said to exist. We believe that one of the two parties is still very much averse to this proceeding, and would prefer an entire union of interests, working the mine in conjunction, and dividing the produce amongst tie proprietary ; but as the other party cannot be hrought to agree to this proposition, the division is to be proceeded with, and we suppose that each party will then take posses sion of the portion that falls to its lot. andi commence the wo kings con furore : andl we sincerely hope, both for tlhe sake of the itndividu,,ls concernpd, and also for that of the colony, (hat they may derive all the benefit from the under taking which they anticipate.
AUSTRALIAN CORN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
AySTRALTAN CORN.-We beg to remind our readers that the meeting for, the purpose .ofi petitioning^ liei home, governnicit for thie repeal ,,of the dulty, on coloniail corn iii ported into Jingland, will ibo eld this di3y : at twelve 'o'clock, w lhe it is t oilihe lioped that' the public willslowtliat their sympathy for the. agriculturists is as stronig as ever Iit has' been for thelsquatters. The 'questioni is oe?? of rapidlvy increasing importance; for' itf. he system of compulsory purcdhase, of liomesteads be adopted, it is, qite prolable ithat in thi course of a; fewv yearis, thle agriculIirn l operation's of tho colony may give rise to ain ex port trade rivalling tlati of wool in importance. The dcsireid concession is so reasonable, tli it is'impossible theihonmc government can ln'g':witll - hold it, iiti vigorously pressed: upon: tlieir attention. 'I hey almpost yielded to 'thO last attack, and: will ot ben h able - to :sustaii atiother-' unless through tlhe supineness o-tf the ...
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. . From the Sydney Herald. -. .We have been so long accustomed to witness, in the Gcvernor's correspon. denee with the Secretary of State, a frigid indifference to the interesth'of the colony, except in so far as' they chanced to be identicalwith 'the policy oi Downing-street, that His Excellency's Message- to the Council the other, even. ing, on the subject of .steanircommuni. cation between these colonies and Great Britain, did'certainly burprise us. 'The message was in reply to an address 're questing His Excellency to transmit to the .Scretary of State, and to rpcom. mnend to the favourable consideration of her Majesty's Goveinment, a petition to the Queen praying for the extension to New South Wales of the benefit ol the arrangement ndder which mails are now despatched by steam conveyance to India and China. The Message first informse the Coun, cil, ?with mercantile exactness, that his. Excellency had forwarded their address: by -the ship Rosedr...
NEW ZEALAND TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
Naw ZEALAND ThiMBEIt-Thle Maini is found to answeR?h;ipurposes of bo? wood. In this journal we have' used both the box and main, but the latter has been found the best (or wood-cuts. Small box in England Rells at sixpence' per lb., large hox at nine.pence.: Ii isunsusual, we believe', to obtain box of more than one footscquare, `end ithen it' is very apt to split. We have seen many logs of mairi on our beach more than two feet square. These are the days for' illu'strate'd ne?,spaper? asnd other publicaiions; and we -should therefore say the demand for this pur pose alone would secure a first rate market in England for 'the main ofli ihis colony, immediately that the trade is made acquainted wlth its merits. Wellington spectator.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
1 'ilL GEELONG ADVERTTI d!SER and SQUATTERS' Al'?nCf A TE s published every We",l nesdlayl oitd Saturday mnorning. T?ri,..s ,of subscription.- Ten shil. lintgs .'et Ltrter. 10 per cent discount allowed Jor payment in advance. The quarter to date from the first publica tion arthf the entry of the subscriber's uawte on the list. Tertns of advertising--The charge for each insertion is three shillings Joi the first six lines of space, and three pence a linni above that number. 25 per ,cent discount if inserted oftener than I'woiq'. The number of insertions isreqtuird to be written on each, or thiey .wr. be continued and charged un til counitermanded. All orders of withed drcawal mlst be delivered on or befobre Tuesday, "or Thursday preceding each piitlicatio$ 'A DOUBLE n1UMBER contain in'g FOl"TY COLUMNS of' matter, will be istted on.ce a weak ; and the proprlrii/'ý pledges himself to produce the soawU twice a-week, as soon as he can afford to do so .Jf'om the increaset suppyort iwcich ...
SECRETS OF THE WINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
SECRETS;OF THE WINE TRADE: The following colloquy is extracted frbm -a;new work from the pen of John Pool,-the first hiamourist of his dv : -'fThere,.' now '-Sir! to prove how much gentlemen may be mista-keii; assure you, Sir, I'm an'honest- man, I never har but'two soris of wine ini'my 'cellar-port and 'sherry.' ' How? when I myself have tried your claret, your- ' 'Yes air--my claret, sir. One is. obliged to give gentlemen every-thing they, ask for, sir ; gentlemen, who pay their money, sir, have a' right to, be served with whatever they please to order, sir--especially the younig gentle 'man fromn Cambridge. I'll tell'you'how it. was'sir. I never, would have tiny wines in my house, sir; but port and sherry, because I 'knev them to 'hbe wholesome wines, sir;; and this I will say, sir. my port' and sherry were-ihe -very-best I could procure in all England d' *How '! t he best?.' 1 Y6s-at the' price I paid for them. But-to explain th'e thing at once.' You must know that -I hid not be...
MR. O'CONNELL UPON THE GRANT TO MAYNOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
MR., O'CONNELL U(PON THE GRANT TO MAYNOOTH, The Liberator.-I think we may bre# gin' to expect that the Act ofUr ior, will be repenled. "'(Cheers:) I cannot Sbring myself to think -that Sir Robert Peel himelf. may not'-be the very man to bring in- the -act,,for its repeal. (Cheers..) :oHuria;, then;, for Peel and Repeal ? i(Cheers.) 'Who is -it .will tell me that Sir Robert Peel will not do it When you talk of a mat's future, con-. Iduct, the best grounds on which to con jecture what that shall be is'to look` to: ,his past conduct; and is there anythilng. ini whatrmay be called the antecedents ofSir Robert Peel that is inconsistent= with his bringing iri an act of parlia-: maeii.for' the repeal'of the union, him. self,? (Hea:r.) Was there ever, 'I issk,' so 'determinied- an -enemy of- catholic emancipation as Sir Robert Peel, consci entipusly,s I admit,' but- still an little usefully- to himselfl for it was by tak.: ink the ground of " No POpiry", in his early pn:iticall'fo that' he-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 15 October 1845
TrHBE undersiened 'ill make Cash S A "vances on Wpl of the ensuing season's Clip. IT TfioAC N & Co. Geelong, Sept. 18, 184' k - SDVAN'CRS niode on Wool,'ýýal ?ow, or Mimosa Gum. F. CIIAP IO . Corio, Oct. 10, 1845. Wool and Tailow. TIR Uudersigned will Purchase., br Advance on, Wool and Tallowr,. V,7ILLIAM TIMMAS. September 2, 1845. To Builders d'Otk ers, TENDERS for the sldyan Chapel. S Geelong, will be' ceived until the 18th instant. l'lats and Specifications ma' eTieen at M1r Howell's, Kurditau-stteoet,, WM. LOWE, Secretary North Geelong. 11lh1 Oct., 1845. 'or Sale by ?Prirate COntract. THE undermentined valuabl' ree hold Properties. situlafe at Corio and Williams Toan: An allotment of land in Karditia street, Corio, hav.ng a fontage of 40 feet, on which said allotment is erected a large Ibick-luilt shliop and ban&e l|ufbse, with a two-story dwelling h`s.:.e i.id fllices complete, for which a rental of £60 per atsnum has been offeted to the proprietor. ALSO, An all...
A WORD IN THE EAR OF MR POLK. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
A WoRD Iw tue EAR oF Ma POLKO. -Hearken, MAr Polk, President of the United Slates of America, to a'friendly whisper of Punch. You have beeii lately expressing an intention of seizing on the Oregon territory ; and in defiance: of .the British Lion, appropriating the lion's share. You have thereby caused the said lion to wag his tail, and roar. Attend to that rear, 1Ir Polk, mark that tail-be warned, and beware I. Run not your head into the lien's mouth. In other words, do not engage your4 self in a contest with Great 'Britain Iir' the first place, you Want money to buy powder and shot; you have no natioidal uncle, nor anybody else, to lend you a sixpnaeo'e, for those .who lend sixpences expect, to see them again. Secondly, Mr Polk, there is a circumstance on which it behoves you well to ponder. Among your glorious institutions that of slavery is very conspicuous. You have a negro population. That's a fact, sir, as your countrymen say a great fact.:' You dare not trust your slaves wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1846. OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this office until Mlon day. 3rd November. for furnishing the un dermentioned supplies for twelve calendar months, commencing Ist January, 18t0d,upon the conditions hereafter specified. DAILY RATIONS OF PROVISIONS. No. 1 Emigrants-For Men, 24;oz, wheaten bread, 16 oz. fresh meat, S oz. vegetables, half oz. salt, quarter oz. tea, one and a half oz. sugar, quarter oz. soap. For Women -16 oz wheaten bread, 12 or fresh meat, O oz. vegetables, half oz. salt, quarter oz. tea one and a half ounce sugar, half o0. soap. Children under ten years to be allowed two thirds the rations of female adults ; above that age and under fifteen thle same as adults. No. 2. To prisoners of the crown and others in the employment of the colonial de partments-20 oz. wheaten bread, 8 oz. maize meal, 16 oz. fresh beef, quarter oz. salt one oz. suonar, quarter oz. soap. No. 3. To officers in charge of surveying pa...
INTRODUCTORY LECTURE. Delivered by the Rev. A. Love, in the reading-room of the Geelong Literary Institution, Oct. 14, 1845. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
INTRODUCTORY LECTURE. Delivered by tlhe Rev. A. Love, in the reading-room of the Geelong Literary Insitution, Oct. 14, 1845. (C ?ntlnued from our last.) Por nearly the satme reasons a knowledge of Geography is also in dispensible in the study of History. The greatest confusion and kniscon teption must be the result, where the mind is stored with facts con nected with many ages, and as many couthtrics, if it is not previously pre pared by a knowledge of the various divisions, subdivisions, countries, kingdoms, mountains, seas and rivers, which form resting places for the mental eye, as it wanders through space, and greatly assist the mind to forming clear and distinct notions of what is read. Confusion, we ob served, must be the consequence where History is studied without any regard to Chronology; but it must be "confusion worse confounded," where this delightful study is under taken without either a previous or a simultaneous studyof Geography. Every one |knows how the mind accommo...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
Alhippinlg Slntelligente, GEELONG. October It'-LIllina schooner. Smith, master, fromn Hobart Towni-Passengers--Mr lMularray, 'Mr Bryiatt-Cargo-1 hihd oni, .1 ditto bralndy, 8000 feet timber, 20,000 shingles, 7 hales woolpacks. 71 hars 4 bundles ion, 460 staVes, 4 rolls lead. I chain cable, 2 lhhds cyder,G uackuges luggage, 8 grind 'toii's;=4.k gs nails, 12 cart buI s, 2 bags cottee, 1 ciseniulltard, ditto salad oil, 70t00' feeta?suber, 10,0?0. shin legi.,'100011 Jtb.s, Ibalf tierce I ke, tahacco, 1 case saddler,' 2 butaits sperm oil ,2500 pnling, I case apn4re1,\2 ditto furniture, I bale, I case woollens, 4 casks astfgrs, 2 cases ironmon-. gerr, 4 boxes corrusive sutp mate, 10 bags flour, I package carlspeta. . ,. , October 17-F agle,'schonier, from Hobairt Town, wlith 50 immigrants, introduced under the auspicoes of the Geeluong lmntigration Society, 6LtLED. Octqber. 17-David, schootner, Bowden master, for lilobart Town-Cargo-100 sheep, 12 casks beef, 8 tois salt, 4 hides ' October...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
SYDNEY MARKETS. Flour is dull of sale, and prices re. main unchanged. Maize has taken a slight advance, and the best samples are realising, 2s. 10d. to 3s. per bushel. Cape and English Barley are scarce and much wanted. Hay continues very unsteady, and prices fluctuate greatly; good hay of either kind sells well, but no fixed prices can be quoted. Butter is arriving fast, and on the decline. Cheese.-Very scarce, and In great demand. Bacon and Hams.-The market at presei.t is completely glutted with both, which have fallen considerably in prices, 3d. to 4d. being the most that can be obtained for them. Pigs have not been very plentiful lately, consequently have sold well, and realised good prices. Tallow is realising much the same prices, and very saleable, Hidos have lately very much declined in price, not peing worth more than lid'. to Il. per lb., and to obtainwhich they must be well cured and in very good order. WVool.--Boyers are anxiously looking forward to the forthcoming clip,...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, WHEAT.-Monday last was the final day for receiving tenders for from twenty to thirty thousand bushels of wheat by the Commissariat Department at Launceston. Our readers will be naturally anxious to learn the result. which seems contrary to the general anticipation, The whole quantity ten dered is upwards of one hundred thou sand bushels; dt prices varying from 7s Id to 103s per 1001bse. One tender (or 1000 bushels) was at 13s 24; tinbt, with this exception, there was no higher tender than 10m. Of the quantity ten. dered, we understand about 27,000 bushels have been accepted, varying 7s Id to 7s lid per 100lbs. It is ex pected that the average will be 7; 6d, which gives-4s 9d per bushel of 641bs. -Courier. BUSHRANGEtts -On the 2nd instaunt, twenty-one prisoners absconded from the Probation Station at Deloraine, and committed several depredations in the neighbourhood. However, their career has been a short one-an express has arrived in town with the intelligence tha...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
The appointment of a Committee to take' steps for procuring informa tion respecting the bar, with a view to the improvement of the channels into the inner harbour, as well as to watch over and suggest local im provements generally, is a most grati fying sign of the advancing import ance of Geelong as a commercial em porium. The Committee have put themselves into communication with Mr Degraves, whose character as a civil engineer is of the highest rank; but on account of his absence on a surveying expedition to the Falls of the Harwou (to ascertain the practicability of conveying the water into the town, without the aid of forcing pumps) nothing definite has yet: been done. The erection of a bridge over the Barwon will be taken into -consideration at a future- meeting of the Committee. lThe .proprietors of property in the line of Yarra-street are also bestir ring, themselves once more, in the endeavour to raise a fund for level ling the street at the end next the Wharf; and as it is ...
ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
ROMANCE. By David Burns. I Sir Wilfred he mounted his war steed true, i And his Milan shirt hie donn'd; And with nen.,in and panstpynmerrely' i '' To Granada's lists he:wvunnatd .) i His heart swell'd high 'wit li proud etinprize;' No love thought harboUr'd there; , He s-ought tot beattty in her bower, But spurit'd each haughty fair! ' ii Prnud glane'd his crest in the roud tourney, Antd prtud ghlanc'd his+ihlhi blazon'd shield -! And proudly both horse and rider bore: . The palms of that bhitiodred "held; But a slighted guest toi his proud heart crept-:.Ft The proaud Knighttfell stricken there* .' t, For Zars; tihe pride tit dranadai; Mid tite fairest;9honem ost fair ! . : , I ,;; Sir Wilfred sighd.; h?it he sigh'd Int valdt; 'i?' His vows ont a dull ear, fell.. For Zira long.. .lgng, and ardetitly, Had Iivkd Sir PFlorintel Despair pnssess'd Sir Willfred's soul, He spuird to tlie ratks of tfame; lie won what lie sought, his proud death wb6atu there, And he died with his Zuara's nan...
THE TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 18 October 1845
* THE TARIFF BILL.:. AFTER a lengthy discussion, the details of the Tariff Bill were settled yesterday evening. The proposal to tax wheat, ten, and sugar, was withdrwn by the Goverhtment. The duty on all spirits distilled in the colony was fixed at three shillings and sixpence a gallon; the duty on rum, whiskey, and arrack im ported, at four shillings and sixpence; and on brandy, gin, and cordials, im ported, six shillings. Mat JusTI Ca WtILLIS.-On looking over ourifiles of London newspapers for themonth of May, we find that in con sequence of His Excellency Sir George Gipps, as Governor of New South Wales, not having entered any ap pearance in the matter of the appeal of Mr Justice WVillis to the Judicial Com mittee of thePrivy Council, the follow ing peremptory order under the official seal of the Council had been issued and placarded: At the Council Chamber at White hall the 6th May, 1846. (By the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.) Upon a motion this day made to their Lord...