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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 2 February 1854
LCC..L r"ND D iesieS Tc. Ps P T A f .::D lIIC4 .-i'iic Staskess Sc. bes rsi 5 r It isie oisitfssoruris_ Portisandc iac s rtsie '"t1 insi, * hat.-' "''iK beens rlss.d. Thisey eise-sor hlie Misidess liaIte P uIbiican I' rsse £50. iack ii ts c f St. Lc.iissr £:-'. Tow, P1 is '75 Possy £10. Laiie- Pu -t. 4 ;0. C Consi-iissisis Staktcs Li,. H1145554 r Stakes £10. This Liid ec ars Co,0 5ilsiiiinx ini a5 eplir:i si Iiist1e- for I aIdics ls~· for lhe iii!:t-tioi. 'I'lere i is Ito is 1 ie 4ls aii sell the iC('11t.j I ?lay, and a flssco ihisu'r iit 11; e i4si si1 day. 'fit' s5,inst515t i tihe Ctiiktts wi;i lie sin-ensI i1 t5hSe siti sois 5issii is 1 15 ,o CRIME BY BLACKS- -Some of these &nbsp; last week daringly ventured upon &nbsp; their old depredations in robbing a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; dray about three miles from town. And on Sunday night last one of them was interrupted in brutally illusing...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 2 February 1854
I#NG LISt EXTRACTS.I (ror the Honme News.) iNILAitD.-Recent aCSollti, g ve alia~ftg ldetails of theflood cansed iy ite late heavy rains, which hila e ':uiid'ted large tracts of land, carried awa bradges, aind led to serious laoss +;I.c Cork a flood ist raging. riot i(oy the river, but " rushing like a i'ice" throughli the streids of that c ding the houses;anil sus I;cilro i hea i hole couire of husiiess.. 011 tli otnin:ct g of the 2nd instant, tbh 'pte?af the city b ecame nit"liinlg, Rut h6Tror waas added n ,t it whenit a ae'ouioi a ftearful nclacity' ecine to dii "f thel terrors, of the. sceiii. A ltbI last 12 the turbid aind swoileii a5.Wis rushing unider Patrick's britge lit hlrge and rough waves', like hosef ie lofthe sea. The bridige alls as e.sioti dled with passers by, Sinse .IRiiat mee gazing with iiinigled aIa~ sod cu i,.sity at. the: menacing °werte4ale hen suidtIly a crick was, lar ndrncllca second cthe west;.t i n ptr, ti lce pier enear Cainilen. quay gaeilj', and fl I i...
SHIP "UTOPIA," PORTLAND BAY. January 28th, 1854. CAPTAIN WILKINSON, [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 2 February 1854
SHIP " UTOPIA," PORTLAND &nbsp; " BAY. January 28th, 1854. CAPTAIN Wilkinson, Sir,--We the undersigned passengers in the ship " Utopia," beg to express our admiration of your conduct and seamanship during the past voyage, in the exercising of great caution, and a strict attention to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; our comfort and indulgences awhich we trust have been appreciated by all. We hope you may be long spared to be a successful commander and benefactor to those who under your care may seek this as the land of their adoption. &nbsp; We part from you with the liveliest feelings of gratitude, and beg to tender our best wishes for the welfare of yourself and family. (Signed by 39 married, and 28 single male emigrants.)
BENDIGO DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 2 February 1854
BENDIGO DIGGINGS. We have before us a copy of a &nbsp; small News sheet lately established at Bendigo. Its name is the Bendigo &nbsp; Adversiser and Sandhurst commercial circular. We perceive amongst its other local intelligence that a meeting &nbsp; &nbsp; of Presbyterians has been held at these diggings in order to devise measures for establishing a Prestyterian place of worship. We give the following extracts of local news from the "Ben- &nbsp; digo Advertiser. "The prices cur- &nbsp; rent which we also quote may be in- &nbsp; teresting to many of our home readers &nbsp; as well as those in the colony. PUBLIC AMUSEMENT —No one can complain of dull evenings at present, &nbsp; on Bendigo, unless they are inveterate &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; stay at homes, and even they might be temted for once or twice to come &nbsp; forth from their recesses if itey would but look ...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Hobart Town, Jan. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
CVlDISEMEN'S LAND. i· s * Hobort Town, Jan. 22)d1. S'iASUIjL CoNvLAGcATlON.-'Ilhis Sy eii l sbein visield Iy one of tllose n Iwflcitilies I hich are now ut. hi)tiiilfei1o in. iiiSil I. commonll i) the hAul ilfn colonies. About two o'clouck A li'Iatuarday morning the inmha. lititii f lHolloat T'Iown were n0oke i i outii ' ir sleer byseeral sp!losions. I A ' l thouight of mainy was tlha S lteials wre o humbardi.g the I 4 t wo;ilo e the truth was sooni ap iart I' e whole city icouied to be i Iie. The first loud exlilo 7I all peatedly follolwed i y others, ic iethie wi.h the lhour of thw I ;gli: strength of tlle flanmes, anld the in of the smuoko, so uffriglitedll i the cci , hllt in a slho- time .lhe itoli e ~ui| le |a1t tof Wit" i' iliiioni '. t to see Ihuw great tel dinieor ally , and I hleitlher they could bt of l isitance. 'Thle precise loialit) lieretiilire 11as ragilnlg, was fount! o lao ) i' ib thill, Collins, uud.Llveriiool .le O'et ~0n hastelliln to(.wards these. .dtjpI.tlo im...
BRYANT'S CREEK DIGGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
I BRYAN'S CRtLLK DIUGINS. Poriers Creek, 3J111113ry 23d 1854. The Inew fu Is l n'. ly d iscovCr - el urI1l fields whil e I write you is eIC ccdiiigiy favIollralle, and people fromui all aIrIo d this qnIIuIt'.r are Miuckini; hime ruie'; ilIvI t111s diy -clive uiImWI w'.ithI diaysandII vehi'1ieee mu' ll diis cii hull 1rr mcfliurllng lhmti ea u ttlhou grilat rulnored piece of mo sItondi IltlldigI. But the great and feari 11u1 ubi3acul thre asirh want of sufficient water, n orded thliit the digger can wash his df.irt; but.iot only tlit, the water is ?o bad; [iiht the people are slfiering (if.theeii?iany truth in the report) s-riorily of dysentery, in consequence ir -,thlie id water, upon alhichl there are * gret minany leaving the place as well as ,ing? From .tho repeated iecounts which have reached °this pliace? titre cannot be the slightest *dolitbtlutitthat the gold is lying very St-idi?klibiit to what extent the dig, ;gings ase;, i not yet ascertained. But _ the digi ters atniot sta...
BALLAARAT. 30th January 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
1BA J, AA RATI. i`.ht Jan ' a jc ISI 4. l.ii.E(Yi-AL OF MRt. F1'u.+r1t.-ti mtt wo III vl -litt tit Itiý;t~e ha, 11.1 U t ' If-'- itrrli o'lero'i to be rittrtnrd fro it here i.ii Fire-t C ok - i'' lilct thi:. s'e'r o tr fthe (;-tent jrti', a ve~trt) tot it. itit ir t~i'tt ttitl 1o itit ly Jot io loon-r their armsii, finld I t eliere. it %-. I,; Otto, they ni t preiviail -d Otptu to ite it (ri, to tit ii dtylt . i t Ihe ttoelntitn I' 00 t u utial lint ii~tttti pbyt~d 111 ddtt~tS ed to the iir tarla I, 1}" lle vat- o ;ast tl e: rtl~lrrr in Ili.! polite curo t e, (Ira t t \1r. 1 iýtt-i eltoit riooltot at [Ciiii tarot, antt a tltiroi'ci it" all [tuft+s ott sti.e fl- i~ttolr erh e 1'F i ta t I I iOt rtrtiCti. -[le Vollou tnt-eat (atune.i t toit~ ohe Wtiid Cai S itlii But t, Ii-q., to Io tO~ Atoajtartt (,tld Comitittit-toite ailof' ?tI r. W~illianm 11 tte~ri io bei Clerk of tilie lI'etic'e ititid i-iri- of thec Counttty Court at ['ort (ind.-hid,
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
SYDNEY.. DePARTURI; or n TlU COLONIAL SL o' itTAi ny.-Yeasterjny the Iionourahble it.. Mleis 'Thormpsao left the cily il, the Virnr a.'i'ltrhedirectors of the Sydrin ciy and. Mi eltourne Stearrm Pa rket "Caon. Ipny splintaiueuusly t li.the.iricves of hitir litie tou btoat, tihe Victorrit. at h?e disp?s?l of the captaini o.f the Vimiern, in ihotiur of his ii'esRIectsd IrpSeia'er,. 'l.r ITl'homptson arrs rsecoinpalied froim his olfice by itllny of the nienit.ers of Ilh I Ltstim niai l Coinnite', aid ii the lrg bout the hand of the II Itlh ierinent ,ast placedr, ',ho, as he Ielt the shoru r'ruci? ulp the air or ' AuIl'lul?r synue" After smrne delay, caulsed ty cx letr lion lf the Unico'in sterm . hill cart i:? lot n rt toiny out tie Visnier, lie - in" tuie Vietoria o;rily lthe plearirnt duty if rcroerllllpnyl)inlg the vorynser's, it was found il Ireca ary l'iir tlie VictoriRi to take ciharge of tie veisel ; uniill about Iill itp s: tour o'ieiOck s e io tiled frotrlll iler lrorinlgs, al...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
CL_!"::.T.'...Zet L ;i:.&lt;.lL aCZ ii'i . C; r &i: Ykr re of I !r;;.t sL `the' A artt 1tc f., Uttr11711;'i, Jarl 5 3 * ir(f~rr..., l2~ C,:~ , I[ * 1ric 'o f "r~d d1a's c'. dneeL hI Q:£ f!;. fs .scd toPI (L, Tcw:; :i:cc PeICJI:S OfFI OUIG. fht ;'I! 2nd ' cr Jhrar,1 Lrtrcvea ý. ý.. :f3 :: 4 (. Ic . III IIY 3 71, 1! :3 ;, a Ir; (ltclr cl% itjL .dll il L.i.l lLs i, g Pt.O n 11.1 c' L1ue Lu r.-Janary °- P. -c d: lit ct om- Ict i I I - lt 1 1ilnc ~ I .-cc rarrr,!a 11.1 c LtilII~p, ,iI , l r t tr.'le; j17 r~t: tiii, Oid, V'7 du, 'J'liinlIl(, DJ* pecr 7( 1 ,r 1c1''."l, P-.1 a [ I' ll.; lotioitt, Cd. per Iuc~i1 : cý"runcbc ta, fr'll 1 l. Lo :"es cccith vl'14CL.OIII 11Th lhl./h:, 11)10 I if to :, aI. ph': uz'II.,, ; Ga, ac dri,;. ; r11L11%:r'f, :L;,t Li:, Icr .b.; g, t hiLllti.7 , L;. Gd, f ; r. il= . r· -. -1 . :
THE LATEST FROM ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
THlE LATEST FlWO1. ENGLAND 'l't Northern Da ily Timnrs, Novem ber 9th, hies tIe Iollo wing - `I. ALAI \It rt.;'rELLG ENC6. m'I01ost elermniotiets rleached tih Melereomolis (Inlt veziliglB by submurinC t&lt;lrgahl, fernn I'rjo11e, vi ii oh, if ceo vil1eti ill 1)0 prod1 active of the di. le-t CnllOPq IlIcIaen to Turkey; but Kurt' jiaritiiilairly to the Illetie hW. hire. AIl ilet allrebeiweeni Dust Mo 1011 fcrl and It Czir is slad to be fineull ;t ad thlle a large Peorsiso ilrnir as rohllrctiiue in the valley oii `oontioni, to vo operate viii] hltCsili s1tmiintet TIurkey, wchilet iulutrtýt'Itsli it thn l3ocaltra. ITIhls i the latest iitel ligence receive 1 from ise I lent of war. Sholdeth fits 1iiu tunling; iiitelligettco eýiii he fort init tt , ti thle desti'ri es ul ithe Empire reti 110 .lougtt be eixpose~d to1 pieril, antd i psibly iutdatge i'd."
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (January 27th). [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, (Janu??ry 27th). The Hotuie met at the usual hour. The. Colonial Secretary laid upon the. table some correspondence relative to water Sltpeply and sewerrate ; also eorresPlondence relative to theestablish mnrtt of a Royal -Mint at Sydney; Mr. Mark Nicholson. gave notice that' on Friday next he should. move a elesohitio favourable to i a Property. tax to make up the present deficiency in the revenue.o 1 Mr ?oaw kner ostponed his motion fi r a il,'re.ss to the Queen, praying the riopeal of the Orders in Cotn cil; SThe Bank of Victoria Incorporttion Bill was read a second time, aiter u short xpla?,ation firom Mr Mliller. Mr Snodlgrass Ibrouglit in it bill for thei IPreventittn ifSebtb in Sheep. M1' Mollison's molnih respecting pi.r, jetties, tatd it eakwaters, was a 4red to, with soite verbal ameld meiits. Several nteesnles trrre arnnounlted frnmtitlis 'Ekcellener aIttoliest thett otne containing Ithe draft t.f a bill ' to extend the Elective Franelhise." 'T'his wi...
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 February 1854
LCCAL AND DO:SZTIC. M? r. "ro I?a!r.-ýl'h.--Tere i noa maill that rues dir. ct Ie,t'wer:m Portland antd Pel fat,b:, the beac:h roia; past?Yramahock sta iun, lea vig P'orthlmt:d every' 'Tl'uesday torn il, ardL arriving a" IPelfas tlht ? tne even ;t). ' lr, tIle pullic conivenience i?promo ed b! th new arrangementt. :uit in the i .. su1 hld" aimd l rltli ciy o tour incapable ad wtniatira tian,we ? m at l? wed caly hafltl' the blrtafit of't taitl ay this line; ibr ,newsaa; pet?: are tot allowed to be c -vetyed by this line, but are sent by the tedious trian gular rotlte, first .to tihe G ratnge and then back to Il ltast. 'Tha cch?v'ya:ace of' pub lie intelligeance in our tewsaptper is over ait distaaca of 120 mtilas from the town. Iwo or three days are thus occupiad in tithe transit of newapapea between Port land uand lieltast which might eavily be efleheted in ta ft hoursa. And tihe tastions bla.tten these two towats, have to aslidtl tauie-aaeager, ita autate cases twen ty or ltweuty ...