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Portland Price Curre[?] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

,lortliad Price Ceure RETAIL fLICrs, Butter, fresh (per lb.) Butter, potted , Candles, colonial . . . Cheese Coflee . Spar, moist . Sugpr, refined Tea .:. Tobacco Bran, per bushel . Oats, V. D. Land Bread (41b loaf) Beer, (per lb.Ib) - . Mutton. Pork Lamb (per quarter) .. Potatoes (perw) ?.) Flour, (per l01b) .

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

SYDNEY. The I awkesbury had ilsen to a great height, and flooded the low lands' for miles -Windsor wass alittip island.. Bills on London a short time since,; were. a very scarce commodity and sold at the high price of 5per' cent:. premiui, .thereby in creasing the heavy losses hit result?d on tihe shipmhnt o( goods frmat aglaud, aad lIeaf long to an apprehension that tl the colony would again be e. mercantile interest. Now, are glad to learn that bill, are .dtnt, and the fears of a dimuni have vanished. We noti e misariat Treasury have invited the sumn of £20,000, on billsi commisaioners, and it is said of Mr. Boyd, will put in cire bills to the amouut of 50,000, rumoured that the Trust Comnan rised by the home board to lend tional £50,000. These sums piu tion will have abeneficial effect. The lluntcr'i RiserG Oaette, of Mr. Thomas Strqde, has folio wake of the Frec Press and Syds and all are now defuact. Tn viving.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

INDIA. ,e Calcutta Star, quoted by the Sydney Obtver, and copied into the Port Phillip H•Id, gives a detailed account of an un sunessful and disastrous. attempt of our har raspd troops to cut their way through Khy-. butPass.. It is taken from a private letter, dat w Rawulsar, January 29..

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

AMERICA. Captain Wood, of thdL. Europa, from South America, reports the French having. taken 'possession of the Marquesa.. A 40 gun frigate was also off the coast of South America, with between 400 and. 500:troops on board, a governor and:complete govern ment establishmenht; :it is reported they were bound to New Zealand.-d A*atuan Chronlscc. The Patrkk hlcenrj, Captain:i Delany, arrived at Liverpool .afteo a rapid paag. of rather less than nineteept days. SThe chief feature to English readers in the tewma brought by American' parers, is the narrow escape of the two countries from being 'plunged into the . turmoil of another M'Leod affair, by the arrest of an Irish resident of Upper Canada, named, John Sheridan Hogan, at Lockport, charged with being conicerned in the'burning of the Caroline, and the equally fortunate escape of Sir Allan M'Nab from the probable in-• .fliction of lynch-law at the hands of .thos cool and judicious friends of liberty, the citizens of Lockport. IHogan, i...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

CHINA. S cording to last accounts received, pre parious of defence were gong'forward be tw"a Whampoa to Canton, ?ith great aeti; vity. Below Whampoa, at date of thc last`lvices, no preparation appeared to havebeen made, bitt it was reLrted in Caibn that the Provincial Govermrenthad beeni ordered to rebuild the Bogunaneots. hinka(ils were probably in the couNe of prepr~eion at Frihshan; and the .ebui ing of o er forts wasconfidontly expected.

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COMMERCIAL & MARITIME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

COh1m'ERCIAL & MARITIME NEWS. .?ri:n.ounus CO.,.IEI?CIAL AIARKiT,-T-i; only tiretumstance r worthyof note tiIring last week's coin \oneciil transactions; is the arrival of a carg6 of autt 0itius sugar by the Citiot,e and :the neirs brought by the same vessel that three similar' cargoes may he expected to follow iunmediately. This article is, thenefure, for the present only quoted at nominail figure ,e?a is liktelyto declit ini pits,.?oing to the nrecnt arrinals et Syduiey.-Port.Phillip lcerald, !August, . : I: .?t-Tht CALenoanto, doily expteted from ,i , : as on hoard a falll complement of passen . ¢c+, .;r. -,y o' ~iut0 bring with tltemo a considerable ,,:- ar c'pitti. The agents, however, hud a vet ,r cultiy ii procuring' freight- the .gluo:n e?:s Ima m the Australian colonies haviing: ahin :r t: ;i:d ithl Londottnmrcharnts-:out of their I??,, 13 ';vate c't.lrs received by the PLATTIN.t stati that uat'tti) m T .re cheenirg, rrives,C there. is lint. th6e igtlt"gh 'slt?u"ni ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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THE GEMS OF EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

T. HE GEIS OF ELAiTII. Ot ! quit for a whil the halls of mirth, And atll ae where are the gene ofa earth? " The gems of earth are the duarondi's blaze, 'The emerald's light and the mby's rays'; .Ihe sapphire pale and the topi s·iot?h Which hae pgorgeous lustreon beauty thrown." .No the! are but baubles which pridecmay please So look not on these for ithe gni of earth, No. ,.ot n these! Tbe ges m of earth--oh! where are they found ? iWherer the ruby wino goes mantling round, i?n the eye of the Taeclhant lashling bright,. When the wit is Lout and the splirit is light ; Ins the mutes that'ercoRmpass the shining' ore, 'fhat the world's gay vet'riei Stilll.dore."" Itl the wine a·d the gold awhile nay please,'. "Bus look not to these for the grinus of earth No ! not on these! " Oh! the gems of earth dwell on beauty'S cheek, When the half-uttered vow the blushes speak; In the halo that beams round woman's smile, In her lip that the coldest breast can guile : In the r'?e.t bird-in the sweet...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

TO OUR READERS. (l taking a glanRce'over the vast variety of topies which' present themselves before us, that are press ingly required to receive ittnutediate ittention, atd on which public opinion ieeds a loud. and unequivocal expression, we are sorry we cannot enter uponl theni with more promitptitude, ald. give them our earlier cotsiderttion, In a new jounial, liken new country, much that is valuable, and would beof esseonial ser vice topromote its interests, must uecessarilyremain in abeyance until a more col?enittsca sono occur no wyilful dolay on otir part, however, shall happen in bringing those subjects under discussion tthat are immediately, and ont thatccount the amore press ingly, ncressary.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

"i."' POIRTLAND GUARDIAIN .AND -GENCEAL ADVElaRTIaE is pvsbliahr tuiday morning, and iaiedaintclyf very parrt of the proeniice and. b ~ortuniqy.to the foIlowing oe Jbart Town; Port. Philpp,. th Australia, Swan'tier,' 1Vei andCpe %f Good lope; and to th . E n, Ireland,-ad Scothrd; Sa rf Americarnt, India,r of Subsiptuin are,, credit 10e. 1 coda- 8.;.\l the fuar o0th "20th FPehnY ,2 each yer' respectively? periaodall re?.gnatiorns No resignation bea of the currest quarter a sonlo beeygeing subscribers ehaaed fronm the period '' cribng. Each ade at the rate of 3s. fr theJom; Afor r Ue beynd i,, ethe' Advertiseuents in ',e reces. on Friday s, . as.; bat to c i inicanees " be recewived' '" must be eei?od oeaeh adua will be continued uosil. ngs written notice, hand ti Orderi or commianimclot toi SPoiblids r ',to ft at, or q paid) to tieqphe Of Lhe'Poatjible Gawler-etrkt, Porlamnd. it d Printed anal pubU*yd byJAu/s MAR W.Ot ,-(j0Uob r so1 Office, n Guvor Wt ` pbloaetiis lw obueh ai

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. The Dutch farmers at Port Natal some time since formally-declared their indepen dence: A depatch from the officer in com mandr0f the troops stationaed.at Port Natal, dated 25th- May, announces 'the result of a-n attack upon the boors. They had insulted the troops by orderingdtliiim to quit the terri tory forthwith, and had carried off' aquan ctity of cattle belonghig to the British. Captain Smith, of the 27th, therefore deter mined to attack the camp of the farmers with about 120 men,: butin consequence, of the miscarriage of his schemes, the attack was defeated, and.he retied with consider able loss, leaving two ggns in the possession of the enemy. Lieut. Wyatt of the royal artillery, was killed 'early in, the action. The partial success of the farmers induced them to make an'iimediate attack on the canp ; they met with spirited resistence and were repulsed. The situation of- a mere handful of men, in" the midst of a disaffected people, who possess considerable m...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN TH[?] LAND POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN' !'t LAND POST-OFFICE. Blundell, H.C. ; Butcher, T. H. ;. Esq. ; Cameron, B. ; Canieron,;'i A a T.; Carney, Frederick ; Corney, WilI Is~ c ; Cooke, C. P.; Chairman, Jobn Peter; Davis. Thomias D'Sa?ill,--i F Foster,' Charlcs ; Foster, Charles ;-. Hiunter, T. (2). Kennedy, A. ; Kel Loftus, Wmin.; Lye, D. ; M Ciloeh; Donald i M'Leiman, Win.; M PLersol, M'Rae, D?, I).; Nicholson, James; Proc Perbnruck, W. . ; Rlchie, J. ; Robertson, Robertson, W. (2); Ronaldson, W. ; J.; Stnry J.; SavageR.; Shepherd Saunders, Thomas; Taylor, ; G. ylor Thorsband, O. ;' Walton, Dr $.; J .Whyte, J3hn; Winter, Tnmor.. f ': . SAINtED rot SEA POSTAOI. Mn. Layerson. .JAMES ALL Detained In the Launcesiton Peost. age being- unpaid), for Porlls4 Balmay. ý

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COLONIAL MARKET [?] SYDNEY—AUG. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

COLONIAL MEARKEE r SYDNEY-AUo . n. Fine dour 20s. per 1001bs., seconds 1jls. wheat 6s to ?s. 6d per bslteli Ss.'litto; barley 3a. Gd. to 4is.;otsa 5; to L7 7s. per ton.; beef 44. to Sd.; per lb.; spirits in bond-ram Sr. 3d.; ar gin, 2s. to 4s.; brandy 3s. 9. to 4?. 6d.: sugar, £28 to £35 per ton. , PORT PHILL.P--Arv 12 Flour, first, 2s. pr 0:bf..; tec) d, ration 17s. per ditto; wn0er t o (s, of G lbs. maize 6s. 7s. ditto.; binho 1 lIA.UNCESTON-Arc. 13, Wheat, As. 6d per Gbudel, wilh lot barley, English, fronitrom 5g. Gd. to Q. Cape, 4s. gd. ditto.; oats, feed, oe . per seed 5a. Gd.. per bushol, .but -seither loui rfrir g 3il 7.iy; iOs,'secod '£GU G 2000t1?; beef, k:to 6?.; nuttoad. 3d to id. to d.; veal, 91. HOBART TOWVN-Avu.e Whest, 7s. 9. to t;.; fine :lour,; per ton.

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

LAND SALE. TEr. Go?vernment have advcrtised a s by auction of crown lands in the tswo count of Bourke and Grant, tb be hlbolden ji eln bourne, on the 19th October .net. ' he advertisement the following iiotice i p pended : The holders of land receipts under ther ina tions of 21st January, 1841, will bellot I to select, without comlietition, from the land ow adyertised, and at the fixed price of;, per acre, in satisfaction of their, orders; bu this pertmissoirtnill.only bhe extended to withi one month from` the diy of sale, natiely, t the 19th of.September inclusive, in 'order th the .philics ay hlive due notice of the lots the dis posed of. Further: information respectil the lands anny le'obtained from the Suirvevor- ln ral in Sydney, and the officer in charge the survey department at Po41tPhillip; ;and re ect ing the coiditioil-of sale, froamthe Colonial ea surdr in" S`ydney, and tie Sub Treasd in Melbourne. : ' The. government advertiscment'ie Lave condensed as follows i -&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

. For Launcectotn: - ' -. E 1it finewell-ktown schoOnrt a lfricaia, t lwthiropi ooari ter; will' ilor Lounceston with LC_ J?: nll depatth, For f£eigit orpas 1 5 onsge apply to SIIINTIY B3ROTlII'IS, i'orthtmil, Aigust i2, 1812.} For 'lolbourne; W ith leave to cull at Port Fairy... r", i? clipper built scholier JIL . S.1L, A S, Cummins, ;? ? .n. maoster; will.sail for.the above ports in afew duas. For freight or iiassag apply to . IIENT BlOTI13RS. P.ortlitd; Agtit i 7. - FOR S.ALE, TIVLV- bag? of excellebt Van i)iemen's Lamd Ots..2 . • • . ALSO, , ishrlee hhds. suiperior Ic, fti n BuItlon and W'addell's Brewery, LIaunceston. Apply to . IIE\TY IllOTOIEli S.' ' Portland, hoth August, 1842.12

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

ENGLAND. DEsTIrUCTIVE FLOOD AT Dr.nRB, AND Ioss. or LPrr.-Derby, April I.-A sad calamity has befallen this town. • In conse qunncd of the rain which has fallen during the night, all the low parts of the town were laid under water at an early houlr this morn Sig. Many of the tradesmen .will sustain a rceat loss, as in several shops in the neigh -.boarhood of the post-ollce, the water was nearly six feet high. Part of the .wall of St. Werburg's church is washed down, and in the Inde podent Chapel (Rev. J.:Caw thorn's) the depth 'citewater was three or four feet. It is supposed that the damage can not he less than from £20,000 to £30,000, and some lives lost. The inundation arose from the brook, which runs through the town. Fatrnrvt. SoctETsis.-A return r lating to friendly societies, enrolled in theeveral counties o. England and Wales, has just been laid before Parliament. The name of -ach'society, the place where established, and the date of 'enrolment are given. The numlber altogeth...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

MISCELLANEOUS. A letter from Heidleburg says-" A pro- hibition of duelling, addressed to our young students, has produced a great sensation here. The students are forbidden to fight a duel under pain of expulsion." The Rhone is so low that the steamers   have for thirty-three days been unable to come down the river from Lyons. The following piece of news, is amusing: -" In virtue of an order of the Sultan, the Porte had caused a sabre to be mounted in the richest style, and set with diamonds of the highest value, for the purpose being presented to the Prince of Wales om the name of his Highness. Akif Efferywas to     be the bearer of the precious present. Ra- ther too early !" A violent hurricane has recently been ex- perienced near Genoa. Thousands of olice trees have been broken or rooted up.   The proposed measure for the berter re- gulation of the medical profession in all its branches, is in forward state of prepara- &...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

ETTER-PRESS PRINTING   EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, LAW FORMS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, &c. &c,   Presented with neatness and despatch, AT THE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE GAWLER-STREET, PUBLISHING OFFICE OF THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, WOOL. Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad   vance on Wool consigned to their friends, Messrs. Buckle, Bagster, and Buckle, London. HENTY BROTHERS. .r~street, Portland,} August 18, 1842. } WOOL. THE Undersigned will purchase Wool of the coming clip, or take CASH advances on pro- to the consignment of his friends, Messrs. Gore & Co., London.     GEORGE CLARIDGE.       nck-street, Potland, } August 16, 1842. } Sale, at the Stores of 'the Undersigned, (i and brandy, two gallons and upwards Geneva, in large or small cases   : in hhds, (Truman's) bottled (Truman's and Taylor's) in draught, Archby's...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1842. GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1812. GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. We had formed the intention of discussing, as the primary topic of our present number, the highly important subject of Education, on account not only of its intrinsic impor- tance, and its powerful influences on the future destinies of a land, but also to gratify a sort of editorial predeliction for consecu- tive discussions, by which one subject may   be made to assist in the illucidation of ano- ther; conceiving that Education and the Press are so intimately united,that the in- terests of either cannot be neglected without inflicting injury on both, and are so depen- dent one upon another, that the benefit of the one cannot be promoted without the be- stowment of advantages on the other. Education was to have been-succeeded by. remarks on the utility and necessity of post office regulations, alid to sholw thide rgency that is required fbr thei regulari ti...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE,   ARRIVED. August 21--The schooner Sally Ann, Cummins, master, from Port Phillip. Passengers -Messrs. Thompson, Fisher, Wilson, Mrs. Graham and two   children, Miss Brewster, Matthew Hannerford, Tho mas Mitchel, John Kennedy, John Leonard, Pat.         O'Conner? John Johnson, Benjamin Davis, Terence Millard   August 22 - The schooner MINERVA, Fawthorp, master from Launceston. Passengers Messrs. Thomas [?}seman, Andrew Forward, David Johnson,       John Tenack, Samuel Bryan, Esq., George Winter, Esq. August 23 - The schooner HAWK, Brown, master, from Launceston. Passenger-- Mr. W. Tulloch.     August 25 --The brig Fox, Irwin, master, from Launceston. SAILED. August 26 The schooner HAWK, Brown, master, for Adelaide with part of original cargo. IMPORTS.   * Cargo of the SALLY ANN-5 cases sundriesi...

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STIMATES FOR 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

ESTIMATES FOR 1843. ly examining the estimates of the expenses of the establishments at ip, during the year commencing y next, as published in ,the Port lerald, a copy of which 'we give 'seoebut'littleoh .which'to remark. estimates. for 18l3,as compi tred ,for. 1842, is lower by £12,847 he estiinates for thei present yeir ,112 ·14s. Sd., aind for the next: 15s. 3d. the reductions arecfirst : Establishment :. . i145 0 0 to . . ":. . .. 106 7."0 ster's olice .:! . : 5 0 eeral's establishmetiti '::et 707 8 4 sditto .. . 2,208+12 60 lings .. .. .. . 7,250 .0 '0 S .. 300. 0 !0, e "_5,_ 0 0. unted police will :be redticed ?by ring the next year, and the de doe up bythe employinrnt' of new ative police, now training. A rease will be nsade to the iurider-. departments: . d'l) I0 387 10 0 338 0 6 rtland ... . .. 47 10 0 ice at Melbourne inust lie sup ally by the direct tax-tion of' the and a government grant of Three" neti police establishiirts eted severally at Port Fairy, the aind Pyrenees...

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