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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 21 August 1841
SYDNEY. Fine Flour, 26s. per 1.001bs. Se conds, 23.. Ration, 19. Colonial Wheat, 4s. to 7s. per bushel. Maize 2s. 6d. to 3s. ditto. Barley, 6s. ditto, Cape Barley, 6s. ditto. Oats, 6s. to Ss. ditto. H-lay, 71. to 101. per ton. CoRio: Edited by JAMES HARRIsON, and Printed and Published. for JOHN PASCOE. FA\VKNER (sole proprietor) by JOHN SCAMBILE, at the Advertiser Office, Malop street, North Corio, Aus, tralia Felix,
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
SYDNEVY. Fine Flo)r, 26g. per 100)hb. Se conds, 23. Itation, 19. ColoniRl Wheat, 4.s. toTs. per bushel. Maize 2I. 6d. to 3i. ditto. Harley, (i. ditto, Cape Barley,: bs. ditto. Oats. O.. to 8S. ditto. IHay, 71. to 101. per ton. Conto: EdIited by JAMEs 11ARnnisn, aZnd Printled nid Puiblished for Jo .S P'ASCOE FAWK NE R (sole rprir"t't'i') by JOHIN ScAMtBLE, -t lthe Alveltis'r Ofice; Ilalop street, North Corio, AiS tralia Felix,
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
CLCAIIA:D OU'T. A uusl is -,Westminster, ship, lMichic, 6r sSydnwy. ID--A nne, barque, Simson, for Sydn.y. 1D - Lndy I:mmtna, barque, Euckland, for LawiceshIoI . S20-Livwlv, cutter, for.Port Albert. . 24--Sea-:Horse, steiamnir, fr Sydney.
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
1 Woolcly Catandar. Il~y nf lYeek Events of thle ensuinlg ~tn , Sun .luntt,. veek. risen sets atur 8 ...................... 31 P9 *inn. 20 Twselftl a nertrTinity 12 G so SOoo DIson.i, -' .**... -.*. **- - -,- .., - s Tuc.S ....................... 14 It G 533 ted. I I Moon,.......... 15 6 5 33" Th r, • ....................... 16 G 26 5 3 1'rid. 3 ........................ 71 25 5 35
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
M ELBOTTRN.E. Mt.lnoutNE Pauce CUItI..NT.-FIPnur first. £27 to £30 ppr ton, secoiid £26 third 1£25; tint 36d per foot. r('Inr logs 4t1. to 5d.; deats 9gd.; shiiinlgk per thousand £l 15. to £2 os.: ten hysonskin, i1 to £14,-pertihest; potato.s £14 to' l6 per ton; maize 3A to 5s. pIer bushel; oats 7s to 8ss Od per bushel.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Figaro " shull niever make n fool of * himnstlf in our columns, whatever he ' may do eloewhere. "t The Bull-lilter " is informed that we cannot give insertion to any allegorical (lescliption, unless the realn cirum .%tances of th( c'ase are laid before us. ", W\ord nare like nrrows, and should not be shnt at random." Ili s article is nltogether beyond our compreten-i * ion. SATURIDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1811.
WHOLESALE. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
WHOLESALZ. GRAIN, &c. W"heat, per bushel .. c o o.. o o Maize, per bushel .. o 4 0o.. o o 0 Oats. per bushel .... o 8 o.. o 9 0 Barley, per bushiel .. o o o.. o a o Flour, lirst, pier ton .. 28 o 0..32 o o Seconid ........24 o o..28 o o 'I hird .......... o -l.. o o Hlay, V.D.L, per toni . 15 o o..18 o a 3UILDING MIA TERIALS: Biirks.1ler thousand.. 2 5 0.. 2 10 n Cedar deals, per lfoot o o 0.. o o 6 Pine, per foot........ o o 6.. o a . -ardwd boards. 10 rT. t 5 o.. 1 8 c Shiingles, Iper ltholusat d 2 o o.. 2 5 o Iaitienis, per100 f,'et.. I 5 0.. 1 7 ,o Paling, broad, per 100 2 2 0.. 2 10 o Narrowdiltto........ 1 o n.. 1 15 a Nails, per lb......... o o 8.. o 1 o SPIRITS, TOBACCO, &c. Ale. in bottle, per doz.. o 6rG o.;.'o 18 a PorLter, per dozen .. o 16 o.. o 18 a Braundy, per cuallon .. 1 4 o.. 1 10 a Gin, per gallon ......I o o.. 1 5 0 lumrn, pei.gallon .... 1 o .. o oo Po'il wine, per dozen. I 10 0.. 2 10 0 Sherry, pe, (dozen .... 15 o.. 2 6 o Nerr'ohciad Tobacco, ...
DISMEMBERMENT OF AUSTRALIA FELIX. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
IJ ISME:BERMENT OF AU.SI A.LIA FELIX. ' Thie Land and IEmigration Com missioners certaiiily must be pos. sessed of no small share of that pure and unadulterated love of mischief and malevolence which is u. ally considered to be the atf)-ibute of fiends alone. lThey have witnessed the bursting of their favrite bubble, South Australia, that comnpound of imoke and soap-suds, and now they seem to be burning with jeaonlousy nat the more successtiul efforts of others, and seek to trample upon the virtue which they cannot emulat-e. STh'lhy have pursued a coursa of the .most crooked and unstraigltforward nature; but, cunning foxes as they are, the more they double, the Ssooner will the hour of their ' death' arrive. We have had many proofs of their *mnlevolenc within the last f'ew months, but we had no idea of tilhe ful" exitent to i;iicll lthey. had carried their cool deliberate ntrocity until; we'niet with the f6ilo.wing docuU ment. It is nowvevident, that, dur ing the .last twelve irantl...
Markets. CORIO, 28th August 1841. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
CoOro, 28hi August 184-1. 2 RTAzL. - Brcad, per,4.lb, loaf £0 1 0 to () 0 o Beef, per lb........ o o 5... o. o ' lltition, per lb .... o o 5.. ao o Butter, fresh, per Ib. o 2 G.. o o o salt (colonial) .. o2 o.. o o a Cheese (English) perlb o 2 o.. o0 o Colonial ....... o 1 4.. 0 o 0 Fggs, per dozen .... o 5 o.. o 6 o Bacorn, per Ib. ...... o I 4.. o 1 O Pntatoes, percwt. .. o IS o.. I o a 'I'e, perlb. ....... o 5 o.. o 8 (o ?S?.ar, perlb ........ o o 4.. o o 6 Milk, per quart ...... o o 6.. o o n Soap, per lb......... o o 6.. o o 8 Candles, mould, per lb o o 10.. o 1 o
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
1.OCa.. ZNTEL.Iz ~.NCE. T|[E FTEAMEI.-AnotIhPFr changP h.as taken place in thile sailing arrangements of tihe Aphrasia. The engineers. we ihelieve, have (objected to three trips a-week, though for ?hat reason ~we cannot well make out, except that such is their will and pleasure. Five hours steammng each day for six days in the week is not very extraoldinary work. It is some consolation, however, that. although running only twice a-week, the dlays fixed upon are the most advun tageous that couldi have heein selected. She will arr've at Corio on Saturday evening, and start for Melhouine on Monday morniing. The oiher (lay ft arrival will be Wednesday, and of dF parture, Thursday. We may expect another change in the course of a lew days. EnucATioN.--It is with a considerable degree of pleasure that we refer the public to our advertising columns for the announcemet of the arrival of a ientletman of classical attainments, who hau been regularly qitilified as a teacher of youth, and as suc...
PORTLAND BAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
PORTLAND DAY DISTRICT. Alln, J. W.-Burchett, C. G.--anyn. ton, ,Henry-tunbury, R. H.- Bntcher & Wrrentmror - Bruce, James-Carter, William -Davidson, Davidson, & 'lhom. son --Donalds &i Hatmilton - Dwni-, T. W.-Dwyer, Henry--l)uncan & Wal. die--Evans, Saumiiel - Fnirie, Claude Ucuty, Brothers--lamiltono, J. MGregor - Henty, Francis - Trons, Willism - Ke.ble, Robert-- Linton, Joseph M*Keevor, Patri'k--ioaore & Griflilhs Manifold, T. J. & P.-Martiri lPohett lM'Crie, Duncnn--\l'Leod, J. N.-Nore ris, Thomas-Purve.s, James - Pollock, J. S.-Primrosbe. Daniel-Rlichardson. & Scott--Ril-y, James--H ussell, G.-,lo hertson, J. G.--lloadnight, W.-Suther land, Ii. & J. -?tvenll & ThIinson - Tullah, T. E.-Thomson, WV;llim--.-Wil son, C. & A. - W!hitehead,' lIobet -. Webster, James ; Wallace, Johln; Wyse. laskip, J D); Winter, Brolhors ;. \VWelsh, r. W.; Wrentmoce, W.; Whyte, Blro. thers; Ulrquhart, ;eorge. W. LONSDALE,...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
SAttIItlVA L. August 21- DIANA, schooner, Bryson nrmaster, from Launceston viA Melbourne. Cargo, huilding mIaterils, &c. 3- D-sVONSuIIRPL., schooner, Sutton ma'ter fronm, Melbourame, with a generar cargo. S23-A PIIRASIA, steamer, Lawlermaster, from elb0ourne. 25--Li LLtAS, schooner, Smith master, from l-ohart T.wn vui' Melbourne. ,Last evenig, a vessel, supposed to be the Lucj, anchored near thie Bar.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
S-Woo-. WOOL. BIR undersigned are purchas.ers of ,Wool. or will make advances on thr coming clip, deliv.red in Melbourne, william's Town, Geelong, or Portland l-ny, to lie consigietd to Ihpir aeiels, Mlessrs, Rickards, Littl, ~& Co., Lbndon. "WERE, BROTHERIS, & CO. LE., 3. AIB'UST?N, SN returning his thanlks to the Public for thle'favors withw~w-"i`dle he.hisi slreadiy bp,'n hanirred, li g5s respectfilly to intimate that he has made arrange. mienls whpreby he will~be enabled to s-rure to thi' public II regular supply of the first quality of- MPat;' at the lowest prices in the settlqment, ainl trusts that hte will rontitue to .ive: satisfaction to those cuslomers who may favor him with their orders. Corio, July 24. . Rams for Sale. FORTY-FIVE RAMdS for Sale, so. 1 leclted from soriime e the best flocks in Vani DiPmen's land. A lorig credit will Ce giveni, o? Wedders taken it ex. change, Apfply' to ' : IUGI MURRAY,' : South Corioe; or, G. T. LLOYD, Auction Co.'s Office...
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
MiELl3OUNL E SH"IPPING. A I IIt IVA rq. : A ugustsl 20-Johl Cnamlnpibell,' ship, 'While frr i Liverproo. 21--`Sea-Hoise, steamer, Ewing. from Sycdney. 21-- lenrybrig,brig, Granger, from Laun Ccston. 21 -'Christina, brig, Birkinslhaw, fromn Stdney. 25 - Mary, cutter, Mickleburgh, fromn 'Vestern Pol t. '2"-'l'ruelove, schooner, Coulton, from Adelaide.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
Dr.PAR~TUREL'. August 22-GOVERNOR LA TROBE, elditdr, Gatitrie masfer, for 1e'bntlhrnP. 24-A Plt AsI A, steamer,:Lawler master, for Mlhnourne. 24 -- DEVONUSHIRE , schooIner, S?utton mas:ter, for MtIh,ionne via Point Nepean. ,20?,t ANA,?,schooner, Bryson master, for Mlelbunrne. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
melbournie Auction Company. T a special general meeting of the Shareholders of the Melbourne Auction Company, heldl this day, the 18th'August, P. M'Crne, Esq., hmvine been calleI to thi chhir, the tollowing resilutions were proposed and carried: 1. Proposed by Dr. Greeves, seconded by Mr. Clay,--That the'report of the Directors Ie received. 2. Proposed by Mr. Htiglhett, seconded by Dri. 'homison-Tfhat this Company be dissolved. 3, Proposed by Capt. Smyth, serouded by Mr. Clay, - That the husiiiess of the Company be suspended froim this day, withthe 'view to its immediate dissolution. 4 Moved by Mr. C. Hlutton, seconded Iby Mir. Ca;i?bel,- Thiat the bonirdjof :l)irectors be and are hereby author. ised, empowered, anrd dir?ectted with all convenient speed tio wind up, settle and bring to a close the ac counts and affairs of the Company, and provide for the claims atid tdie malntls on the Coinmpaniiy, and collect all outstanding accouniits; and that the remainiig funids shall be dis tr...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser — 28 August 1841
AMEIlCA. it ? Wasexpected that the trial of Mr. M'lLeod would be postponed in order thttta Captain Drew:might be examined by comiihisioners In England. The States law otficers..had started for Allbany, and a military force had been also sent in order to suppress any popular tumult. •The personal trelations betweeu Mr. Pox, the British Minister, and Mr. Webster are of the most friendly natuore;' and both of them have dis. tinctl.y said,. within the last few days, that there is not .theslightest probabilhy of any thing occurring to disturb the amicale relatiions-existing between England andthe United States. Thec visit of Mlr. Crittenden to Lockport is more for the purpose of exlhibiting a proper interest in the trial of M'Leod than to make any demand for his re lease. There is nlothing in the official edimtimniction of Mr. Fox to Mr. Web. sterd(af n offlenive ohibraclter.---Liver. pool Paper. The President had issued a procla mation,'dated Washington, March 17, convening an extraordi...