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Parish of Nalangil. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

Parish of`Nalangil. No. of Lot. No. of Section. Quantity. 152 1 888 153 2 640 154 3 640 155 4 640 156 5 640 Portions of Sec. e. 157 1I 129 158 2 146 159 3 180 160 4 168 No, of Section. 161 7 640 162 8 640 163 9 640 164 10 1103 165 11 1133 166 12 640 167 13 640 168 14 640 169 15 . , 640 Portlons of Sec. IS. 170 1 118 171 2 204 172 3 200 173 4 198 No. of Section. 174 17 640 175 18 640 176 19 640 177 20 640 178 21 640 179 22 1215 1O80 23 894 181 24 640 182 25 640 183 26 640 184 27 640 185 28 640 186 29. 640 187 30 640 188 . 31 640 189 32 . 640 190 33 640 191 35 1202 Sections 1, 10, 11, have frontages on Carangamite Salt Lake. Section 5, Portions 1, 2, 3, 4 of sec. 6, and portions 1, 2, of soc. 16 have front ages on Lake Colac. Portions 3, 4, of sec. 16, have front ages to I.ako Colac Creek. Sections 33, 34, have frontages on the Village Reserve and a salt water creek.. Section 2S has a frontage on a creek. Sections 2,3,4, 17, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34. have frontages on the parish bou...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CENSUS OF PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

CENSUS OF PORT PHILLIP. POPULATIo?-of Melbourne, 4.479; of county Bourke, 3,241; of thedistrict of Western Port, 1,391; of-Geelong, 454; of county Grant 336; of Portlind. 597; and of (ounty Normanby, 1,260. -Total, 11.728. HousEs-in Melbourne, 769; county Bourke, including Newtown and Wil iam's Town, 432, besides 07 hu's district of Western Port, 1 10; Geelong. 81; county and district of Portland Bey, 100.- Total, 1.559. SCONDITION. - Convicts employed by Government, in Melbourne, 64; in county Bourke, 34 ; district of Western Port, 0; Geelong, 20; county Gaunt, 17; in Portland, 2; district and count) of Portland Bay, 4.- Total, 146. In private assignment-in Melbourne, 10; county of Bourke, 70 ; district of West ern Port, 122; Geelong, 6; county o0 Grant, 0; county and district of Port land Bay, 23.-Total, 113. Total of convicts in the district, 359 (exclusive of two women). Of the male free po pulausion', there are 215 colonial born 6,500 arrived free; 104 emancipists 124 holding t...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Parish of Elliminyt. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

;P:rlah of Eiliminyt. No. of Lot. No. of Section. Quantity. 1 17 1 640 118 2 640 119 3 640 120 4 640 121. 5 640 122 6 640 123 7 640 124 8 640 Portions of Sec. O. 125 3 44a. 139p. 126 4 45 127 5 46a. 21p. 128 . 6 49a. lip. 129 7 36 130 8 40 131 9: 40 132 ]0 40 133 11 40 134 12 40 .135 13 40 135 14 36 136 . 15 35a. 16p. 137 . 16 39 138 17 39 139 18 . 39 140 19 39 14L o20 39 142 21 39 143 . 22 39a. 16p. 144 23 35 No. of Scotion. 145 10 640 146 11 640 147 12 640 148 13 640 149 14 640 150 15 640 151 16 640 Sections 1, 7, 8, and portions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, have frontages to the township of Colac. Portions 3, 4, 5, have frontages on Lake Colac. Portion 6 has frontages to the Lake and to the Township. Sections 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 16, and por tions 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. 21, 22, have frontages on the parish boundary line. Sections 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, are in the centre of the parish.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIHE GEELONG ADVERTISER. Sri, - Happening to be behind the scenes when the person appointed to ctIhiect the account of the population of Sor.f Phillip was going his rounds, I noted down tbe following dialogue, and if you think it worthy of a place in your journal, it is at your service. I must premise that this dialogue look place at the rather mean-looking residence of one of the wool kings of this mighty province, whose grey mare was accou, ted the better horse. " -Colleetor-Good morning, madam. Is the master at home " ' Mrs. tloityToity-What do you mean, fellow . Collector - I beg leave to ask, good madam, if. the head of this establish ment is at home? MrN. H. T.-Yes; lam at home. Collector-But I uuderstand that you are a wife. Is your husband at home ? Mrs. FR. T. - Yes, fellow, you have hea'id aright; I am a wife - out a. . madam.' Collector-Well, then, I want to see Mr. Hoity Toity. I have a few questions to ask him. Mrs. H T.-Oh! oh I I see ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parish of Carrungemurnong. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

Parish of Carrungomurnong. No. of Lot. No, of Portion. Quantity. 97 1 673 98 .2 640 99 3 640 300 4 .640 101 5 640 102 6 640 103 7 040 104 9 640 105 9. 640 108 10 782 107 11 1207 108 12 640 109 13 640 110 - 14 640 111 15 640 112 16 640 .113 17 1247 114 18 752 115 19. .776 116 23 754 Portions 1, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, have frontages on the Barwon. Portion 20 has frontages on the Bar won and the Village Reserve. Portions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 14, 15, have frontages on the parish boundary.? " Portions 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 16, are in the centre of the parish.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

S - ..SHi. MZ qWEWS.. . July 1L2 A r dRASA, steamer, ?Iawlet master, rromn Melbourne, wilh 'a- genera, certgo, and about twenty passengers. 14 -.DEVONSHlitRE, 'scioonder, *Stilton muster, from Melholuine, *with: a general cargo. . - - 15-A PItIRASI A, steamer, LatWier master, from Illelbnurne, with a general cargo, and about thisty passengers .

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

Tor 1 Eelbourne. TH 'lE PORT PFIlIL?IP STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S Vessel, AP5PEASIA, ?4. TLAWLsR, Commander, will start from Geelon? every Tuesday and Friday JMorning, PRECISELY at 'Ten o'clock._ N.B.-Refreshments may be had on board. July 9,1841. TOR L.ONDON, T H E first.class remarkably, fast.sailing brig .. .. :_ ~ ~ E . * -/' " 220 tons, S. DRYnENS, commander. rhis vessel havng her dead weight on board. ijill meet with quick despatch. For Freiaht or Passage, having superior accommodation, apply to SJAMRS CAIN, WERE. BROTHERS, & CO., or STRACHAN & Co. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORIO STREET. NORTH GEE!ON*. 5 OBERT ROBINSON begs to notify to the Settlers, Inhahitants and Visitors of Geelong, that he has opened the above Establishment, and he hopes to gain a share of publhic favor by strict attention to the comfort of all those who may put up at his house. Jnly 17, 1841. 2ZEA LT Of' IdWD-LOTHXAN, NORTH CORIO. ROBERT SOMERVILLE RESPECTFULLY informs the Inhabi tants and Visito...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

NlILBOURNE SUIPPING. ARRIVtp.L9, ` July 9.- 'CASCADF, barge, Pattqrson rmaster, from Hobart T'own. CLEARED OUT. July 8-JEW'ESS, brig, Crew master, for Sydiry. 9-GEORG?IANA, barque, Robinson mas. ter, for Calcutta. " 12-CHALLENGER. schooner, Robert son masier, for Launceston, 13- MAGUASItA, brig, Taylor master, for Hobart ToWIn . " . 14 BENAREs. ship, Gilkinson master, for Adelaide. 14-WILT V ATCII, schooner, Harding mr?ater, for Launceston.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

DFPAR1TU.RE9. July 13 A PHRASIA, steamer. Lwler master, for Melbouine, with about twenty passeuers.. 161- DEVONSHIRE, schooner, Sutton master" for M elbourne.. 16-A PII R As A, steamer, Lawler master, for M1elbourne, withi twenty passengers.

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Parish of Murghebolac. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

Parish of M~urghobolao. No. of Lot. No. of Portion. Quantity. 71 1 680 72 2 1037 73 3 965 74... 4 651. 75 5 797 76 6 640 77 7 640 78 8 640 79 9 640 80 10 1078 81 11 681 82 12 942 83 13 640 84 14 640 85 15 640 86 16 640 87 17 640 88 18 640 89 19 640 90 20 640 91 21t 640 92 22 640 93 23 610 94 24 640 95 25 640 96 20 837 - Portions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. have frontages on the Barwon. Portions 11, 12, 26, have frontages on Native GCreek. * Portion 10 has frontages on the Bar. won and Native Creek. Portions 6, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, have frontages on the parish boun dary. Portions 7, 8, 9,13, 14, 15, 16,19, are in the centre of the parish.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser
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PORT PHILLIP LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

PORT PHILLIP LAND SALES. The following is ae descriptive abstract of the Lands which will be thrown open for selection in the county of Grant, on and after the eighth of Octo ber next, under the uniform price system. Parish of Parwan.1 No. of Lot. No. of Portion. Quantity. 39 1 640 40 2 040 4 t 3 640,... 4 4. 6.40 43 5 640 44 6 640 45 7 640. 46- 8 640 47 9 640 48 10 .640. 49 1 1 1922 50 12 64-0 51 13 640 5 14 640 53 15 640. S 54 16 640 55 17 1301 56 18 ' 1240 '57 19 689:. 58 20 265 59 21 103 60 22 1136 61 24 153 62 25 192 63 26 211 64 27 215 65 28 229 66 29 229 67 30 215 68 31 . 333 69 .3 .349 70 33 903 Portions 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, have front. ages on the Parwan Creek. Portion 21 has frontages to the Parwan Creek and Village Reserve. Portions 25,26, 27, 28.29, 30, 31, 32. 33, have frontages on the Werriby, Portions 22, 24, have frontages to the Werriby and to the Village Reserve. Portions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 14, 15, have frontages on the boundary line of the parish. ?ortions 7, 8,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESTRUCTION OF THE WILD DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

DESIiRUCTION OF TUE WILD DOG. The following is an extract from the correapondence between ,two settlers, published in the Hobart Town Adver tiser. '" As a reply to your note, I will state the exact manner I adopt to destroy the wild dogs in this neighbourhood. Kill the kangaroo dy any method you like, skin it, then add your poison freely by incisions in the flesh, then let the skin be carefully and firmly pegged over the kangaroo, so that hawks, &c., cannot easly get at it; let the fore parts be put up_ safe. its atre-,a r__re- moved to some distance. I should not thirk an opossum would answer, as the skin would not be a sufficient defeuce. I always went to the back of my run to lay the poison, and never suffered any one to go near it for several days, as the dogs are shy of foot. rxarks. You should have your nux vomica carefully pounded and sifted through gauze, this is troublesome, but if purchased in pow der it is not to be depended on. I always inspected the business mys...

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SYDNEY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

SYDNEY,. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.. (From the Patriot's Correspondent.) Tho business transacted in Council this week, presents nothing that is either important or interesting; the Estimites for the ensuing year, those connected with Port'Phillip excepted, have been laid on the table and ordered to be printed; the aggregate amount of our liabilities for the coming year, your settlement included, may. in round numbers be stated at £400,000 -at present they reach to £334,453 17s 10d. You will, of course, under stand that in this computation no pro. vision is made for immigration charges, which the Herald assumes cannot be short of £200,000- that is, allowing for the arrival of 12,000 souls. But, referring to the communications of the Colonial Agent for Immigration, it is probable (and to be desired) that a greater number than twelve thousand will arrive: at all events, I think we may fairly estimate our next year's expenditure at £600,000. The bills respecting the establish ment of markets ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

To Subsoribers ?indt others. IT is with considerable reluctance that we b-g to remind our early fblends and supporters that several of their accounts rematn unsettled. While we return our thanks to the public gener. ally, we need not explain to them the reason why newspaper, in general com. plain of the precariousness of their returns; but since such is the case with old established journals in popu ous towns, it will be readily believed that the first six months of a newspaper in such a small community scattered over such an extent of country, must be far from lucrative, even it every shilling were paid up. We are co,,fident that this appeal will be generally responded to, and in return we shall be stimulated to increase our zeal in the cause ot the district and its inhabitants. Advertiser Olfce, Corlo, . July i7, 1841. ON SALEB, At the Stores of the Undersignoed, O NE Hundred Chests, halves and quarters, if yson skin Tea 100 Boxes Bla k Tea 4 Chests Gunpowder Tea 150 Bags Bengal R...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, 13TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

SUPREME COURT, TIUESDAY, 13T| JULY. Mr. Justice Willis sat this morning in Equity. and previously to the commence. ,wnt of the, business for which the court had been specially convesed, His Honor addressing ,Sr; Thu low,'said,-That he had paid every atlention to the memorial or petition which he had sent to him, and he was sorry to obherve from what he had set forth'n it,that both himself and family :would be (loomed to in evitahle ruin,, in consequence of the suspension from his professional avoca tion until the 'st October next. He (Judge Willir)thought his offence a very serious one : misreoresentation, to use the mildest term, was an offence in a professionti' mh i which he ought not atd could tiot.look over, and he had. therefore visited it with punishment ; but in so doing, he had not cont. mplated that it wouold be attended with ruin to himsell antd lamliy.' one of whom he know to be very respectably connected, Int the petition he (Mr Thurlow) had promtnsed to support the, di...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

MELBOURNE. CnowN LANDS.-On Thursday week, Mr. Thomas Moore uppeared at the police office to answer a complaint that had been preferred against him by Mr. William Hamilton, for depastusing cattle on his licenised run. Oki the case being called. the complainant said he did not wish to press the-charge against the defendant.. Mr.,Powlett said he must go into the case on piublik grounds. A notice shotuld be given to him, when persons are travelling with cattle aud depasturing them on crown lands, in order if posstble to prevent persons driving stolen cattle and horses out of the district, which he regretted was too common an occurrence ; but as the de fendant did not appear to und.rstand the regulation,.which he (1lr. l'oalett) was determined to enforce, hlie should mitigate the penialty to five pounds. TtaE PATIRIOT. - " We ihave much pleasure iu iiulorming-our frieuds.aud ,ubscribers in the district of .Geelong, that we have made atrrangement" to secure -the regular transmission of th...

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UFITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

UFITED ST&TES. From the Sydney Gamette By the Stirling, which arrived on the 2nd instant we received files of American papers to the 4th March, inclusive, from these we learn that Colonel M'Leod was to be tried at Al bany, it being satisfactorily ascer tairied that an impartial jury could not 'be found in the west; it is further said that tre first trial will be on the civil suit, brought by the owners of the Caroline. The Charlestown Patriot says that Great Britain and the United States will not be permited to disturb the general peace, if mediation can effect any thing. Another journal says that,instruicctions have been sent to the. Biitish ambassador at VWashington, to demand the release of M'Leud, which, if not instantly yielded, then to demand his passport, which is equivalent to a declaration of war. At Buenos Ayres, the utmost confusion existed. A battle had been-fought between the partisans of Governor Rosas and. Colonel la. valle, which terminated in the defeatt of ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

SYDNEY. Fine Flour, 261. per 1001ab. Se conds, 23. RIation, 19. Colonial Wheat, 4s. to 7s. per bushel. Miaize 2s. 6d. to 3s. ditto. Barley, Gs. ditto, Cape Barley, Ss. ditto. Oats. 6s. to 8s. ditto. Hay, 71. to 101. per ton. 1unm m n nnn mn un ConRxo: Edited by JAMES HIARR!SON. and Pr'inted and Published ror JOHNJ I'ASCOIE FAWVKNEZR (sole. proprietor) by JOHN SCAMBLE~, at the Adveitiset Oficle, Mlalopi street, North Corio, rAus

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

CHINA. Estract from a letter, dated Singa. pore, May I :-".Early in April, Sir G. Bremer passed on to C'alcutta, it is said, to consult with Lord Aukland relative to Chinese affairs, which are far from pacific. The Jupiter, trans port ship, arrived from China to-day. bound for Madras, to hring on tie Qbeen's 94th regiment. The merchants were all at Canton and the ships at Whimpoa, hut no tea had been ob tained. A Chinese newspaper of- the 7th of April, mentions that Keshen had been strangled by order of the Em peror, while on his way to Peking, and the three British officers taken by the Chinese are supposed to have been murdered ; the body of one of them has been found - the other two be longed to the Blenheim. A chop from the ~mnperor has beet received at CantOn, declaring war to the knife, and how the affair is to end, God knows."-Australian.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 17 July 1841

DEATH. At Wardy Yallack, on the 9th instant, Isabella Wilson, aged five months and six days.

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