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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
ORIGINAlS CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the 'PorLand 'bdGurdiai, Sa,- " I see'that many. of the country :lots offered ?or sale -at the. last Government Land Sale lin Portland were. withdrawn not finding purchasers: now, what. is ,to be inferred from this,--ls it that the Upset price is more than the land is worth' or is it;'that there is too much of the article in the market for present consumrp. tion 9. Ifthe.former of these:causes, why not.reducnthe price f Land is' sold by lot.in New Zealand, for from 5s. to 10s. peracie, quite as.good land as any in Victoria. Itn America also, .the land which is'equally good and in a fai better climate for grain growing, with 'greater facilities "for c'ommunication, K 'is sold for at. least one half what is' here. If it is that there is too much land 'in the market, why all this' .humbug about the squatting monopoly,' why not now that there is snfficient land in the market give the squatters a greater cirtainty' of tenure an'd then they migh...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
On the Ist June, by- the r.v ames Yelverton Wilson, .\alculm laricL s, ?eicond nion of Mhalculm L.n.g ii'nith', "Ij ;, j, p., (of V.D.L.) fornmerly a Captain, i l 1 . 1I. 83rd ltegiiment, and )Deputy Assisiant Qu,.rter Master General on the Staff'otshie late lieutenant General Sir . ldwrd jIlarnet, K.C.Il., in Ce) lob-und grand sun of the late Capt. Wihttefoord, Esq., Fellow of the IRoyal Soceieis ., LIor.don and Edinbuirgh, Felow of the Society of Antiquariei. Vice Ir'esodent ef the Societ lfor the l:neotr.,gemnent of Arts Manolfactures alld Commnerce, and' late ,Secte. tIry to the Blitish Commission liar treating ol Peace with • AMer ca, to Atnnie, second denughter of Samnuel Laphaun, .,q., J.Pi., Dleputy Sherilf.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
colivMEE?c5AL ZN ELIIGENCE. M ElBOURNE MIAIIRKETS May 20. The price 'of gold hasstadvaucedto £3 INa Gd. OWN MILL.PRICES OF FLOUR., 1st per 2nd 'per Bran 2GpJilbs. 2UU0lbs. bush Dight & Co..... 38 33 5 6 Fulton a Co ... "35 34 5 6 Degravcs &Co.. 35 33 5 G IPA1 MARIFEr.-The arrival of coasters with l suge supplies .f hay from Adelaide and Van Dicmen'sa L.?ll!, has affected the hay tmarket curing the week. Good sound hay the produce of this coony, ranged f'om C2S for secon.l quality, to £32 for best. Inferior is not so much in demand and fetches low rates. . \\ het-straw lhas somettlhat fillen h, irice, but is stil sele. abe st £25 per 5ton fur beat, and frou £1 to £20 for second quality. PRODucE MdAnETr.-'lhe "supply of vegetables continues to arrive free.y, !and the quahty is excellent. ' he variety in fruit decreases with the season.-Lettuces 4d to Ud per dozen ; caulillowers, .. Is. to 2s. per'head ;: cabbages, ;d to 1, per head; carrots" and turntips, 8d per bundle...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
TO CORtRESPONDENTS. In order to. ensuire insertion of letters fromn orres.pondnts,- it isw ne ?sry that they 'b6C -authcnticated by thee namear.d address of the writer, yuich will be held conlide?tial by tie cditoro " 'rake time tlhit yo': may write short. \\'rite in ,a plain, and easily legible hand and on one side on1ly of the paper. Ackniwledged, receipt ql remitteance from is. G. '1 ahara as per advicc, corrpct. The subscription to the Poriulod Guar. dian is Two PouSus ;peri year ;- Us Pouso per _halt' yeaCr;':: o 'l.'s SuIILLt.is per quartcr;- psy.jblo in advance. With postage paid by, this office, the subscriptiou is 't' ielve shil liugsjier ;quarter or tsio pound eight bhillings p:.r nillum.i payable ii ad; vance "
UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Portland, June 13, 1853. RATES OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
UNION,. AUIK OF AUSTRALIA. Fortland, June 13, 1853. lIATLS OF DIScOUNT. On Iills not havinlg a currency of more than ~5 days. to ritl, ii per cent.. On BIills having. a currency of lore than days, 71 perIcent.: lIATL IOV IO 1CiHANOi. 'enCUASi 1I1.1s On London. at 30 days sight, par l'or every additional 30 days 6 per elnt discount. On t?ldney. and" Bathurst, at sight 'a per, centldiscouint. - On Adelaie, .atsigtht, 2 per cent. die On Van Diemen's Land and New Zea. and, at sight i per cenlt discount. Oli Mclblture and, Geelung, :at sight t Ler cent discuunt. . On Ilella? ta?il trti..airy, atsight,' , per cent di.scOlut For everyadditional lt?dys. per cent discount. IssU1i DlAFTS On: Londaon at?30 diys sight, 3 per cent. prct.ullin. On . duey, at sight, I per centprminj' ,. O Lmthutll, Aiuctlade and V. i. Lund, at stiht I1 per cent pll . On INe, Zealand, at sight,,at 3 per cen On Melbourne and Geelong atsig per (?eut. leFnilln' On ielt IShaut and I opt Fairy, at sight I per cent jreuu...
IMMIGRATION. Immigration Office. Melbourne, 16th May 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
IMMIGRA TION: (From th hp Iast Ga;cte.) Imnnngration Oicee. Melbourne, I6tlt .May 1854.. Sir,-1 do myself tie hbunor to in form you-thalt various clainln cuonec ted with the reshipmnent of immigrenta Irlm Portlitnd to 3elfast having beenl ,rouight uuiler Hii, Excellency'a notice it has been dierned advisable that tihe a.ystein should ilt remodelled with at view to an equitable distribution of ithe immigrants throughout the Wes. tern .)istrict tlhe inlllnnigration to whicih is tbout tm be lv.;ely increasd., 1iis Excellency has tlherelole beeun. Iplensed to appruove of a code of regula lions, whicl will be rulorced uiL;nthe arrival of thie next i|nnignrant sh4p At: IP rtfiuid, (as a suppilenment to?ila get. eral-rtrguhutions lor the hiringc of imn.l nlgrents)uid whieL I take the carliest oppolrtunity offorwardingnfor the in T'orlnatin of thle Belfast immigrantiona Cdam,,ittee. s" I have thie honor to be, Sir, Your u mou obedieint servant.: EDlWAIRD BiILI,, lmnaigrfation -Agent, lThe S...
BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. RATES OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
BANIC OF AUSTRALASIA. I IATRJ Oh I)IPCOUNT. I 'n'liii1I' noJt haini'lg inorctluiun 0.5 dzi 3 x to II ... O( per cci i din ti ii I ih ~ f cw eu c, 7 dlutt RATES OF EXCHANGE. PUICnASF Bills'drawn on Londun, at 30 days, sight ... ... at par .'r every additional 30 days, j per cent Hills drawn un Sydney, at sight } ditto )itto Maitland, ,, ditto Ditto Melbournte j ditto Ditto .-Y.D.Land , I .ditto Litto Adelaide . , 2 ditto D)itto Geelong i,, dtto bitte Port Fairy ,, f ditto Foroevery additional 15 days 6 ditto 1000U UDIAFTS. On London, at 30 dvys' sight 3per cent prm ,, Sydney at sight I -ditto ,, Mloitland t,, 1 ditto , Melbuurnoe , 8 ditto ,,V.D.Laud ,, 1. ditto ,, Adoltde ,, I: ditto , Geelongl ,, I ditto ,, Port Fairy': ,, t -ditto
THE Portland Guardian, AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER Published every Monday and Thursday TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1854. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
TIHE ovrottlan 3uarbian, AND NORMANBiY GlENEitA.1. ADV|,?Lt'IS F, Published every Monday and Thursday TO PRUTECT OUR t10IOIITs-NOT TU INNFItIOs UPON TIIOSE OUTEIRS. THUltgIDAY, .JUNE 1, 1854.... I M M I G i A ¶' IO-N. Is another column will be seon the new immigration regulations for tie Western District as communicated by thmL Head immigration Agent to the Secretary of the llhitt 'Imirnlt~tatiol Cofiinittee ;, by whichibr. thei. beter- dwiiribtji?n' ol. the immigrants through the W\esrtern;;tistrict, one half of these arriving at Portland are to be allowed a free passage tolidellast non donsenting to be. ihtuiediately . rp-sliippcd to that to n. One .piece of intelligence contained in that communication is highly gratifying, viz :-that imig.ati!vn to the \\'estrn District is about to be largely incrsased. .\e regard it qs ad act of justi?e as well as of sound potiiey that r ellilst should in fair proportion share' in the benefits of immigration .direcied to this colo ; equally with...
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
ARsIIVE). May 29.-Frances ' W1ente, ship, 432 tons, A. Cairncross, comnulalder, from tcndon. Passengers, Mr. and Mlrs, . ooth,servalnt ald t?mtily. al . and lirs, 1 ichards, 51rs, Saunil.rs, Miss .llowman. Mlessrs, Hlatwell, Goe, .\loore, Qinn. "slay 29--Vigilant, brig, 149 tons, D. Ferr, from Glasgow, 25th August to Gee lolg. Put in on account of nmutlty of crew. Iasseligers, cabin NMr, and Mrs, Little. '? lr. and Mrs.: William-, It. Hl.y. pot'le. Steerage, Joslyn, Paunry, Kenny, Slote, lecGregoa. Mlay 3)-Antelope, steamer, 1200 tons, A. P Freoch, roma Melbourue. 17 passen Sgers.. SAI.RD. May 61-Antelope, steamer, for Ade' 1aide. U passengers. - IMPORTS Per Frances Heuty.-25. hhds 5 !qr tasks braiidy, 139 cases 6 octayes wile, 15 h)ildis im, 90 cas.s getcva, 4 qr casks whibkey, I butt shervy; 20 cases gin, 5 hlids 500 casks 15 barrels hecr, 50 casks cider, 3 hhds~vinegar, 5 ;hf tierces ) case tobacco, 6 casks 4 cases hardware, 3 ca.cs 2 chests liquorice, 8 bales sacks,, I bale twin...
PORT OF MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
'ORTtOF ME.R...OURNE r AaIirvD.-lMay 21.-Gniding Star, hlip, frotm .I.iverpool, 22.-llellespont, sltireaie, from sydney, 'West Kapell, bnariie, from. Londonl Ilighlaind Lassie, brig, fronm Adileid;e, Manriqrita, schooner, froml "Warinuimb,.ol; Clipper, schooner, irom'Adeldec. 23.-rady Mary2 'brig; from J.Live.pool, Maria :Jcoba, barqeue, from Lourdon, Valliant, brig, frlin ealera Cove, 'abrina. barqlue, :from'Geeloug, Ocean Queen, larqiue, "from St. Johu'a, N. H., Caroline, scliouer, from Sydney, Pl!en. sprilig, b.d,' from i.ydlocy, Speculrni, schooner,. from Drindee, Yrrra Yarrrap, ste niIer, fiomr Launrceston, Margaret ifussoll, schooner, from' Liverpool, s 'Uaro line, schobner from 'Cape ofGUood ;tlope, T'eak, brig, from i alcutta, "\ illiam Cole, ship, fruin Newcastle,. N.. S, W., Ann aild Jane, barque, 'frops Newcastle, N.'.W., Famie, burque,from New'ecastle, N. S. W\., Alice, schooner, fiom ;ydney, Josephinec lPOiscru, schooner, fromn Adeladel , .22. Arntilles, birque, frohnNe...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
G:CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, WeM M Herald have received a few Cape papers to the end of March but our ,files arq incomplete at- pre, sent,. . . FUa GoLD FIELDS AT SMITIIFIULD. -The Graham's Town Journal stated that ~ Me srs'Cawood have' retufined, and although:nofs.iteeessful in find. iiig gold during the two or three days the) . remained on the spot, have brought down-specimeus of the quariz slate rock, clay, and sand, in which thie'i oli is said 'iolie foiad'; is 'ihesli will be placed in the hands of a compe. .tet assayer.. it::is to bo' hoped that their journey, .hasty ts it w:as, irili not be?without some .valueable results! 'the letters recexved by us are *wrtbten evidently with great caution, and. weei gather fromt tlhen,, a, well as: from olher sources;of information, that the receut ,rouceediugs of thie Brilish Comrnissioners have dampld greatly the ardour that would otherwise Lbe cit, adhd Ivire ocicasioned in its place a degree of political, txetement that overlaye every consid r...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
ENGLISH EZzTaaoCT5 A Miun t r; a .i1 ou ýA lr w?rs mIran liasi i ttuiii ltuiars 5 ii, visn at ile, v-illgen of. Jluntddill/e, ",gar.?our. wee, 1went iaib ssutaIII'r pior wuuiu'a, alruMa lr t ai, atOu t u toi recs as i ieia, l U..u.iadu -,-' - le .jor .. urni. ' " c isl sighglaLeral on befork.tissy iiiiitiuneii re? itLed.slm..,ii sl:,si.d s"lai ad?s? sl *lftrraý*dqu meoul; "sulifi t ra rrs.iyv olqhltlL.ti w le Wr !tawl.," to iprtced tidsl wqt quoi .aeized wuhi cf.r.uOilsvu a'ls.tez,*I (crwsord waull, Iletllo erzhe qtd,1~'ru tis "? e',With her (tUr 51it1 bla.aear. A ue the ,siorfiiia Ste;u deeraa.d ex' ar?.d.,rand lir otltibi':'-;oar :tuit ?i.e; corred Ilthe Itdelei?iiaiuna: wills .tier .-utiLk beLfure des'eeidsig?. ti "oUataatn to :ek a?si.i. iltiecb?ia At verdlct of ",.iratih fous .'til.taioi?, brouvihlt On -by Ixpolure ?ald :'cul;!" has beesi .eturned.: No fewer ':thual slelven r peron have lost - their li:CsI'withinO iaile of e.cb olther ld ?thist msouslainl, tliiur!igh, iltl cold...
COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
"": COUNTY COURT. . This court opened'on 00Welnrsdasy (y eterdri)) Mr Wrixou prestding :'t Sdge. :.".. x'£10 JO nijtrCTfon, " I : Flr?ol;iund Frost ng' nist Rihdrt Datrki,,a. ---Plsintitl'. sued d'if, sdaunt for. the value of 5.iine stoule hIliuaniier ldetained Iby the dlel,danat. r. .tlhial been. working wiltl l)arkins, accord. inmg to his aLcounu las .o Iler; and lhad bought somnie haitlllers lur their work' of. breaking stones.. When.thoey part ed company, Darkins refused to pay hinh fur thlreetouls, Defendant .aid he bad paid plaintilf for all the tiame they were wor king together iicludingk these ihatulamers, The rate he.: had paid. wits £1 a day, altogether heo lied paid hiu im. £ . -'This on ealculation as found to be a pound'or so short of what was due at that rate of wages and- Darkiin, was required to phy £1 14s being the value of the tools. S2 J.:J.,lVatson against 0 D 'Thompsion, claiming, balance due olr serving a writ. The wr.t wias to have been served on a party livin...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
rn uEJCT'D LEIAIITUUES. For Londorn.--Swirt hrnore, Ju no 15th. Ftor boutI1)jptol-i- CrwabU G.eC, "tetttner, after repalir. For Lt 'ctpcol.-linjilo Jitr 2pLth:; Great BritaiIi st3LJU1Cr, July ILL. For New . Zealand. - Invincible, Fortuna, Onyx, early. For Batayia --Hodrosec, Vivid, early. For Callo,.-Eliza Stewart, ca ly. For Mauritius. -Baron of Bramber, early. For lHontg Kong.-Andes, Jessie, early. For Calcutta - Oregon, Ocean Steed, ear:y.; Island Home, June 5th. For Madras-Mary Stoddart, ear'y. For Ceylon -Crest of the Wave, "Juue 7th. For Cape of Good [IIope-Henrietta, June Ist. Tut ?. o V t.aT.-This hrig. fiom Glasgow bound for Geelong, put in here on the Iightot the :9rth Sie left Greenock, on the 25th August last, hIr put in to'the C(ape of Good lHope where she staid I weeks, and had been 84 days irom the.ce to this Port. S.e had run shott of water. but had been rulplid irth a c..sk try tile Fratnces Ilery, a few days be!ore anrial heTre. The Captain was compclled to put ini...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
CD EVERY DE-SCRIPTION, .liLunItse pAMPl!lLE'r, C llCULA 1S, ,L gjrdSs, lI.Jz Hlls, C.**l' ^** rExecuted AgITig Ei7]pSS AND DESPATCH, y L 11HNG OFFICE OF TE[i ob~ sahat *PU 1IAt'I lpO 'C OFFLICF. 3,1S' of u cloiýlcd _LetOtrn lyIng at th'o offce ftor tbo mouth of April Abel, Wm - , lLtL lhn JDit! Angus, ,n lt3' JlIL10lOFA 7 ,1osb, Ilionias Raclbolor, ý.3' bGii tynoro, ,JeSso Bnetlj;~b::Oi\ e` cco i e0cr1 jttOwn;'ilqidbbb - 'LLCl, Maryr Cook, George Feel bteph10i took. Ilerr I'bvlp, A. Dick, John 8 - Pliiln, F, F. bo k.ono Jameins p(, rJld, ioh PI~Jiendnil, Ls. µ' J~oaoO 1'i lhioof s~hotinld, '3V 13 Fonlo, lrhomay 610cl;, "nlluei 8 Frith, JaruorAi oi 111100 Brarce, hlr hbglor, George yyreonohnro, ; ' TO lur, 3 0Pop Lucy. l ~ ~ 'Ihorri ~i hvno ro' U '1 Ilendry Joooe9 - non' I 1bil Jilc t,.oli bj' io J. ltnooo. Ynri'oiic 1yocofirld, Win 3oooi OKO, - ,' jo'illnbo1o, Mro tla.ra TYgowy Y no Dc senVon Sco Bo P08 ý. .A John Rooch, kC. oooda Minco, Asllain. S 'i Al If oot cleilned bIfor1 31A u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
-'FOR THE COAST TRADE. rIlHE fine first.'class n . screw steam ship / of 270 tons register, Captain &Helpman, it.N. This fas vessel is warranted tosteam from ten to twelvt knots'per hour, is of 75. horse power, with acconmodation for 40 in the cabin, and 60 in the steerage, and has ja carrying capacity of 200. tons for cargo and coals for ten days teaming, upon a draft of water of only eight set six-inches. As this vessel may soon be looked for, this notice is given to inform all Interested in steam communication between this, Belfast, Warrnambool,and Melbourne, that the vessel upon.arrival, will be open to purchase by a company upon reasonable terms. E'or particu ars a4$ly to S. G. HENTY. Owner. o4l 4 1b t ' Decr. 1ig53. FOR LONDON.. HE fine ship. 406 tals register, W. L .Es ham..cummander, classed .E 1 in re, at Lloyd's, will have prompt despatclh. This vessel is well enown in the trade between Lon4on.and Melbourne, and has jgood acconmm dation for passengers., 'For frcigh...
THE WAR AND EMIGRATION. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 June 1854
TH E WAR AND 'EIIGRATION. To the. Editor of the Portland G6ardian.) One of the most. important questions Which can agitate the public mind at the resen.t ime is, the effect which the u. opean war will have upon the Atistralan Culonis, being placed as we are at such an immense distance from the scene of operationrs and its mor' imnieJiate effects, we are apt to look apathetic on its vario.s results, and to encourage ourselves in the false belief of our non connection with its actions and consequences; but Sir, if we look deeper tian this superficial; idea, we shall not fail to perceive the y4st effect war will undoubtedly ihave upon emigra tion to our shores, no one can disguise the fact that a voyage to this jdistant coun try is: looked upon: by tshe great majority of persons in England with more or less fear, and were jit nut for the Gold. en prospects whch this countryholds out, few would encouuter the perils and dan. gers of- so doubtful a journy," but when to these h?tural'*caus...