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THE NEW GOVENOR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 8 November 1845

'TBHE,.NEW GOVENOR. From the Adelaide Observer. H?s Excellency Lieutenant-Governor Robe, who was duly gazetted yesterday arrived here on Tuesday last, 14th l'st. in the I. 1. Company's Sloop-of-War B?lphiustone, Commanded by Captain Young, late of the H. C. steamer Sesos. tris. Shortly before Major Robe attained his present rank, which bears date from the 31st December, 1841, the gallant officer was Military Secretary, at the Mauritius, under the administration of Major General Sir William Nicolay. His Excellency, (who is a personal friend of Captain Grey), received his appointment at Gibraltar, where he held the office of Military Secretary; and such appears to have been the anxiety to carry out the determination of Government with respect to Gove, nor Grey's appointment to New Zealand, that express .instructions were for warded to Bombay by the ove land mail to facilitate the progress of Captain Grey's successor to South Australia. SAccordingly we find that as early as August 2nd ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 8 November 1845

AUSTRALIAN TALLOW.-The follow i,,g extrac( of a letter fr m Nicholas Sotimres, Esq., Itusyan Broker,'of 80, Uld Bond street, London, "respecting Australian Tallow must tse gratifying to proprietors of surplus herds and tock:-'" Last year's estimate of the austratian supply proved to he tnther overdone, but not much so; 10,U000 casks have been receivied, the average contents of which are about 5 cwt. each, being a substitute for about 700 casks of Russian tallow. They stated their capability of exporting to the valuo of £355.000 sterling annually, the result is that £100.000 value is the tulblment of this assumed capability : the importance attached in the colony to the article as an article of export, the presumption that the trade has hitherto been remunerative, and the certainty of a good market here, arc some of the reasons that suggest them. selves for expecting a contiriuance of the supply" CHANGE IN THE GOVERNMENT OF AUsTRA.tAc-The friendsof Sir George Gipps are circulating a ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 8 November 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA   THE TATIARA COUNTRY - The South Australian Register gives the following information respecting this newly   discovered district :-" We lately an nounced the actual discovery and partial examination of this long unknown and still mysterious country :-Having made farther inquiries we are enabled to correct part of our former statement, and to add a few more facts. The easiest access to the country is at pre sent, by way of Salt Creek. This creek is not at all salt. It was found to contain many pools of fresh water, and about eighty wild cattle were seen near it. The explorers did not see any fresh water lakes, but they saw the bark had been stripped from the gum tree for canoes, and judged that water could not be distant. The grass was superior to any they had seen in the colonies, both for height and richness the soil a good deal mixed with lime- stone, and there are ranges of hills. Mssrs Scott are now shearing their sheep in order to get ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From Robert Sutherland Esq., Native Hall Creek, Bunningong, Portland Bay District: [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

From Robert Sutherland Esq., Native Hlutl Creek, 13unningong, Lortland Bay District: 1.-I consider the Act in question have done good to some extent in pre venting the spread of that disease; but there hIas always been a great difficulty in obtaining a conviction under them. 2.-I consider that the permission in the Acts to move sheep in the month of February, should be repealed, and that persons having diseased sheep should he compelled to keep them on thlie:r own runs, so as to induce them to use every exertion to get rid of the disease; it would also be the means of putting a stop to the breeding from scabby sheep. Should it however be found necessary to allow one month for the removal of diseased sheep, the above month is the best for such purpose; at the same time I would suggest, that persons driving diseased sheep (even in that month) should at least give three or four days' notice to each person through whose run they are to be driven. 3.- I consider the penalties Imposed by ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From A. Johnston, Esq., Mount Emu's Creek, Portland Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

From A. Johnston, Esq., Mount Emu's Creek, Portland Bay. 1.-I consider tlhat as the clean flocks now muclh out-number the scabby, and that as the country is getting tully stocked, the Acts at present in force can no longer be Tffectual in preventing the spread of that disease. 2.-The permission to move scabby sheep in the month of February in every year, appears to me to be unnecessary; ihat it causes much injury, and there fore ought to be repealed; it might however, in justice to the proprietors of scabby sheep, be allowed for one year longer. 3.-The penalties imposed by the present Acts, are even new insuficient to insure their observance; in the event of the pe mi sion to move diseased ,sheep being repealed, and the law in other respects being made more strin gePnt, I cotsidler that the penalties ought to be increased at least ten fold. 4.-Should the permission to move scabby sheep he continued, I would recommend that the owners thereof be obliged to give forty.eiglht hours noti...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

SCOIMERG[fAL INI'ELLIG NCE. No imprdvement in demand in any of the iomirkets ;since lnst week has been imaninifest?d?; business of all k'iil?s contiinues remarkably flat. l'he1trtisaniiuotis have been limited ti6siial p I?arckls of goods that affobrd hb scpifo?- c?:ciimniient, but in prices there is: nld.lte|'atiou, ;i5i 1 JOnN JOMNsoN , Broker. Albionlduse, Miller's Point.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Distillation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

SATURDAY ~NOVEMBER 1.;r Dxii isi ltion Bll ' The Ho se s·went into Comnmiittee upon .ilh otion o fthe1 Golonifi Secretary, fdr the-further cons deora r?ion of thle Distillation Bii. ;ill ihe followingo new clauso iwas in troduced ~as the 51st:,. ::! ' ,:Antld beit 'enicted tlihat ni siighr; mo1 lsds, malt, grain, o?an!!y other 'iiiatorial wln!soevAi', shill:o Ue sed in, any.distillery ,whicfh shall inot haave een first plai ced and Ltaken into accounti asdaforesaid, in such ::last ,Uiin tioneddt ~or~ stores, uniidoe a penalty on' the "efaiiulter or ilefaul ters of: tiohundlred podtl .s h.... 4?tli and 49th clauses,,havino-', bqeen recommitted, :thos :following clhuse wasiinserted ,in their slteadx: : And bo, it enacted thatwi within the enclosutre Wall of Vifivryiylicoised' 'distillery tiere slhil? he'a storo or stores' fr the?rteptidi of sugar, treacle, inolasses i rnalti, griin, :or any, othe mater?iial wat ilso evr whic h may be intended ,to hli? used in the 'pro c:ess iof distil...

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 — 12 November 1845

SDVANCES made on WYool, Tallow or Mimosa Gum. F. CHIAMPION. Corio, Oct. 10, 1845. WOOL. ASH advances made on Wool ofr the present Season's Clip. JAMES CAIN. *Geelong, Ist Nov., 1845. For London. T FIE Britishhtbilt Barque, DUIKE OF RICHMOND, A 1 for 10 years, Thomas Barclay com mender. Ilas a full poop, and first-rate nccommodaion for passengers. Carlies a. Surgeon. bhe will have quick des patch. For freihht or paisage, apply to STIACTIAN & Co., or, in Melbourne, to BELL & BUCHANAN. 7th November, 1845. For London Direct. TOLOAD AT POINT IIEN5Y - T'll E fine British . built first class ship, * SPA1RTAN, wit W. Henry, commander, will meet w'ith quick despatch, having the greater por tion orirer cargo energed. Her accommodationis for Passengers are "very superior. For particulhis, apply. to the Com mander on boar d,,or to DALGETY,1 BORRADAILE & GORE. Geelong. Geelong, Oct. 7th. For Lontdon," LOADING AT GEELONG, THE fine first classbarque PLA TINA, 3CO tons, Wam....

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

ub ',- SY<DNEY MARKETS.. -,lvirIeAT?'.iTere has not been any bIroghlit to. the Mills during the woek,;Athe Millers.:Iquioto the price nomina!ly. at:4s Od per bushel. i wvenfly'coads have paid dues at Campbell-street; and were bought iupit.t the last fortnight's prices. ?FLoUR. ---This article is now en tir ely in:thodliands of. the Millers, end tbieyrqubotei@2 per ton, cash, as their pricey. ,? . i.3JRaNRt -in demand, atls 2d per Ui.iAB D ---,IThe ~21b loaf.is, sold ge nerGlly at 3d. tMl z.--dAi ixz loads paid dues, and weje sold on :;an :average at 3s per busliel wholesale., The retailers are chaginig,from ;3s to 3s Gd per bushel. -HAul,'iLkY . AND ..OATs remain as last reported. About seventeen loads of Grass bave passed through the Camp bell streetf Market, and were readily pureliased by the dealers at from 8d to 9d per.dozen by the load; the igeneral retail price is about IOd per sin 1le dnozn.c... .-The pfiicesofrSheep, Cattle, Horses an-d ? ligs remain as last repor...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

T1H illness of the editor, will, il -is hoped,. be taken as an apology for errors of omission in the present uumber.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From G. W. Elms, Esq., Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

From G..,W. Elms. Esq., Geelong. 1.-That part of section I whiicb re lates to the drivini: ofscabby shiei, ?:ndl section 5 of"3 William IV;, No, 5, ?ire the only provisions of ihe Acts releriedc to which have been in any way operatie, and their effect has been very paritial and unsatisfactory. The remainder (of. the Act has been wholly ineffectual, partly from the extreme facility of evasiun afforded by, the nature of the proqisions themselves, and by the legal,.quibbles to which the indefinite wording of the Act gives rise, and partly, from the in., applicability of some of the :lausos; as for instance, section 3 of 6 William I1 V, No. 10. 2 -As a matter of strict justiceand expediency to the proprietors 'of cleant sheep, the permission to ddive ii;fected stock ought at once to be repealkd. But I should be inclined to recommend the'permission, under very coercive pr.o visions, as.to the conditions to beiohb served on the line of route, to be con-. tinued for one season only : first...

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 — 12 November 1845

,.t1SI'EKRS orf Veshels in Harbour are requested t? cul or seiid for Copies of this P laper, oil A'i ) F-! iys o NfpublicEl 1on. eeldonVg i~Ib rttis.1 X^EDNKiKDAY, NOVEA1BER 12. 1845. Shoeep Station for Saloe. TO be disposed of, a well.grassed and well.watered Sheep Station, in the ColacDistuict, together with 500 to 700 cl n, Ewes. For partic ulars, apply to Mr Thomas Storey, Lake Inn, Timboon. WOOL. :f'HE'Undersigned will purchase or advance on Wool. - - EDWARD WILLIS Geelong, October 251h, 1845.- WOOLr. TRHE undersigned will rmake Cash - Advances on Wool of the ensuing season's ~Clip'. seo'Cli'. STRACHAN & Co. GeelongBSept. 18, 18451 Wo' ol and Wallow. EIIE Uisdersigned will PurchaeP, or Advance'on, Wool and Tallow. WILLIAM TIMM~S/ September 2, 1845.

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 — 12 November 1845

L IST of unclaimed Letters in the _JA Geelong Post.oflice, Nov. 8, 1845. Atchison Samuel Lyle James Averson Mr Logue Joseph Armytage Mr Lawler Silvester Abraham William Lucis Henry Archdall T & I-I Logan George Anderson Robert M' Vanny Patrick Anderson W , Matson Henry Allardyce C R Matthews Hugh Abbott William Murphy J Ashnorth Mrs Mullihare Patt Adeny WV Melville Mr A-chir John Martin Thomas Alkinson M1ailland Mackilfop George Anderson Thomas Maloney William Breenan Mr . .-. . M'Graeh Catherine Barry John Martin William B an C M'Kinnon John Bull William M'Kellar John Burden Mrs Morrissy Michael " Barclay James Morton Francis Bortlwick Robert Mliniken W P Bull Charles E . Muir William Iluoamfield Joseph Mathews IH C' B *II Robert Mac keonach Mr - Burgess George M Langhlan Wifams Bennet T W M ''regor Donald Brown Thomas Mturiay John Beswick - ~iiller Peter Beard William M'Wirther Ebenezer Byrne Pat M'KIenzie H L BJstock E R MulvihillPatrick Bolhanna Thomas Mialy WV Byerly J ...

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 — 12 November 1845

fhippingl~l ntlrilgti GRELONG. ARKZVMD. NWvember b --John, culer, from Ml~ehourne, In ballast. Nvcntber~ If.-.ary, cutter, ditto, with gcne railcargo. r, r - CCLAhIED our. Novembller IL .-Muay, Cutter. CLargo-20 oln slate Slabs.' -

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCT. 31. Appropriation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

I. . LEGSLA TIVE CO UNCIL.: FuinAY, Oct. 31. ApprOpiation Bill;'. -The ColonialS:?ecretary lIiid upon Ithe tlable the ALppropriation B11 for 1846,; for th?f introdiuctio of ~lichi lear: hi ad lbeen prelviously guien.; .lIhe bill was then reada f:lirst tinie. . . evenue nd xliienhiiture.oof'IP6rt:Plililip. ; Te 'C6lo t? ii1 Secretary aiid <upon the:tible 'a relrini.to "t a??ddli"'ss alopted by ithe ouso on the 14th oli f October, on ilfe imotionof DrN icuol son ; beinria return of the Revenueo of Port Phillip from:all sounces,; and iis mode 6f -ilpllicatibn, distinguish ing between the egieiral and tCrown RIlevenie. He thetn itnoed that this returrn be priinted ol.'frdered., Jon.t Stock Com juanlies. The Coloniial Secretary isaid, that at the' -request of the-G overnor .ihe Tof?l1d beg lear't'iolay upoi thio tblie 'a bill for; fa;cilitatinig the oper'ations of J~oin't'Stock C?mlanies winwdiiig up theiir affairs,' 4but ii. nvas noit ipro posed to go'on with the imcasure, th...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

SOUTF AUSTRALIA. Woliave been kindly permitted bY Messrs Miller & Bryden to make the followiug extracts from a London ad vice letter recently received by them, whereby it appears that of about 120 quarters wheat, shipped by them to London per Symmetry, about a fourth part sold at 62s. per qttarter (a very high price, considering that a prime lotof English fresh threshed wheat, 51bls to the bushel, offered ahout the same time, only brought GOs. per quarter, antd more than half at prices varying from 50s. to 58s., notwithstanding that much of the shipment sustained damage from the weevil. In noticing the last sale of Australian wool, Mossrs Miller 9: Bryden's agent describes the vqry encouraging facts in the following terms: " A large number of buyers were present, and as money is very cheap, and trade good, they gave full prices. Every sort of wool brought as much as in February, and fine clothing wool, especially from Sydney, gave a good deal more than in February. A whole p...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

:i YVEP'ELS 11 ISAILBOUlt..: Arrab hnrque, 200 tuonsa, Dalgarno ,master loandi.g;i S(or UWintn Plestina ba~rque, 320 tons., Kirkus master, loading. )ivel; brig, 101 tnos, Dulninglham master, loading for Llvrrpnol m 'Bnsjailr Ma?iden, cutter loading b.strasian teamtr a sart, bi, Henry toraster, loading for Londo

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

LATEST WOOLSALES. By J". T'. Simes and Co., 3d July : SEx Athens from Port Phillip. ilK S.under.:within dlianmond, 8 bales at is 9hd, 2?2at is Od, 20 at Is 8hdl, 7 limlis at Is 10h/d, 4 ditto at Is Od. 4 at-Is 8d, 2 ·atls '7hd, 3 pieces and locks, at Is 4d. DN, 20 bales at is IOhd;. 10 at l IlOd, at Is Ghd, 1 at 2s, 2 iabrs ?it ~:2 'hd, 2 ditto iat 2s 2d, 1 dittolat2s,: 5 pieces at.ls5/hd, 2 locks and grey,' at:-ls 4d. G&A, :22 Ibales at Is 10hd, G at Is IId I at is 1/hd, 8 'at is 10d, l1 pie oand, looks, at is d* SEi Al berton fr0om Port Pliillip, S V,J: 18 bales at ls 9hd,d 2 at Is odd;1 damnagediat-ls 8d, 38:it is Shd, :I danimageid~atis 7d, '4 at is 7Thd ' at Is 8d 5o pieces part gireyiat is ,3. 3&iC, 4 bailcs, Nos.2, 3, 4; mixed cat is 4/id M S Vitfitin tri;ngle, anrd D C oer,' 14" balis at ls 9Shd, 1 :lat is 8d 14 at is 8/hd, 20 at ls Od, G lumbs ait 'ish/d, :3 pieces at Is: Td, 6 looks- at ,l isd,: 3d di ttoti. t;s /i/d; 3 pieces anti grtey it IS5d .?Ii-I uind...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From John Norman M'Leod, Esq., J.P., Borboneyghurh, Geelong: [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

From Johin Norman Mh'Leod, Esq., J.P., Borhoneyghurh, Geelong: 1.-I do not consider that the Scab Acts, 3 Wil. IV., No. 19, and 6 Wil. IV., No. 10, have been effectual, but very trifling at any rate, in preventing the spread of that disease. 2.-1 do not consider it right that diseased sheep should be allowed to travel in any month, as I am convinced that the injury done to one individual by having his sheepinfected, would b· a greater loss to him, than to compel parties with them either to clean their sheep, (and there are hundreds now who understand how) or to boil them down on their own stations. 3.-I1 do not consider that the penal ties imposed by these Acts are suf f1cient to ensure the observance of their provisions for alterations, I will refer you Co our petition from Geelong. I know nothing about catarrh, as there never has been any in this neigh boulhood; but I should say that the penalties cannot be'too high to pre vent the spread of such a disease; people now can so easil...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 12 November 1845

M'l. ;n * MBI-BOURNaE'<' ' I"'*l -Novemner 8.--Reward, Silnio;, niater,; frhmn Lllntoil, 8th Julv. Passeilners-lMr Campbell, Mr rlerce, nlld nlr ,Wldman. Ildy, ld 8 childrein Clirplg-s uiines lces'I.17 casks,'i7 bilng, Ieae,'J. 1'. S raclnill.& .C,. ; 20-mcases, 20jquarter casks, 15 iritavt wiine, 19 cases Spanisli Wilia, Dulnlp, M'Nbibb & Ci : 2 ibnles wool 'laps. Gibb. ultl Arn Sidrslo ; 10 lllhdls, to qlarter caskls. 8 cen.ks, 10 oc tar'is brn? u lldy, Uorrudalle & Co,; 20 r*s ees wine, 1I. SA.Sillit 6 biales woollpaicks, J. Ceiiii; 62 cases Siuilnii'n store, A. C. rllown 1l cask iuerchliandisc, Pulliur Porter & Co.; ocases mlaerchanldise, It. Phil. ilutt ; 2 cases stationery, Illnk of A sllstralasia; 10 cules, 3 diozen (qairts, 10 cases CG dtlzen uiiils, .Potil wine, aIV . It; iL. arnles and CoCo; I case lerfunillry; .1 case (beer ensicine) I case (i illlarl cllotls)l . I lolbso;2 c.ses, C. C. IDuin; 0 casrs mierrliull ise, ( iowic ; I ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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