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PORT OF MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
PORT OF MELBOURNE Aanzvs?.-June 16.-Clarernc,'stenns cr, from Launces:on, Saldanha, ship, from ,ivenrpool, Anre - zn,. schooncr, from St. John's, N. B EI - r;ghton, b rqy ironl A-dcelnie, I t ,s:nam,, steamrnr, f:ron I hbart Town, Kossutis; schooner, from ) ,und c, James Lun sden, barque, from New Orleans. IIaz:,rd, schooner, from Adelaide. I'.-En'mma ,Isadora. barque, fron Hobart Towit, Meg Mer.ilies, schooner fr,om Aberton, Waratah, steam. cr, f(reom ydney.
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
VARRitNAAM OlOL. UTntRD, Pa ba.BYTe N Can.uRaca, WA~ItAMuDOiL. - f'lu idj uirned me, ting of thae above body, . we, hela at the church., ott T'uesday niglit IHst, atiordiing' .to. aopligiltnent. -'here was~ a very full atteiadmnce,,.andt th Izreatest interest was manifeitedi-by threel' present. Prayer having, been offered up by the ltev. Mr. Dairym'n. pie, the 'business of tlhe meetinja was 2proceeded with.' :: Mr. James David, sun, ieing voted to the chair, estated that thie various liets beijipg now de up, shewed the followi'ig result:. Amnoudit collected in Wnrrantsboot I5T 1Z 0 Co bleted by the Rev, Sir Dalrymo pie in Melbtmrner ,. 220 3 0 Projeet,. of atle of preaeot pi:e of weorhip "..... ,, .... 00" 0 0 ,eBt7 1_ a or this sitn w 400 wouldbe ;quirod to pay .lur the alloutnet! recelitly puar. chlase, £2(i2 .iu ca.ish had been paid, i1?* ati bill at tt ree hitmn'.is givienfor ithe remnainimi"g £200, (4ccordimgm to previouls caumentL of Ineetlina) -thus leavip;l a credit arcurdin...
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
LOCAL AN1) I) E?ISTI,. EL~CTIo?Na Soourn Aus?r.tIA.;- Wo perceive by thu AlelaiJie papers that -: r Lt Le.ike of Mo.mrt Gamb.er ia.. candi. date fcr the representation of theidistrict of Victoria in the Legislative G?Uncil of oath Austr lia, in op uositon to "Capta'n Hart, l'cool lhas been app iuted a. Po,, ling place ; and it is expected that Mount Gambier will also be une. It is' gra ity ing to observe, h. public interest -which our neighbou s in South :\Lu.tr ia tike in Elt tion imatters. It is quite a con`:ras to tlh. usu .1 hunm adran Aot of w.,y these things go oft in this c4ony. 1a'hrs Ar Mout?/ (,;A.?tlrit.-Thero has sjst been a very larg· laid st'e in Adcla:de of Mouno .amnb er lands to the atioutnt of £50,00. So great secins to have been the desire of purchasing in that eritile spot that every ,lot was coaitested, and raul up" in most inisaitces from the upset price of £1 per acre to ab .ve £4. 'The principal purchasers.were the settles ii the neighbourhood v z.,' Mesars D...
THE Portland Guardian, AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER Published every Monday and Thursday TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS. MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1854. MELBOURNE AND PORTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
AND NORYKLN!Y- (1I.fN65 lb AD)Vl:lRa..I, Published every Ison'day and Thursdlny TO P'OTECT ou0 tlo GHTr-NOTTol INPRINGE UPON 'TIOs e OeTIIIIt,. MONDAY, JUNE :26, 1854. MELBOURNE AND 1OIrLAN)D M AIL . t t is very obvious that the postal com lrnnicatio: between Melbourne i a.d this side of the colony is ca,-able of nal.h improvement. If we were enjoying the "benelit of a goverament whose first con= sideratioa was !|mw they, nilght :rnr i?te the - convenience of the publi, in their intereolonial postal arrangements, rither than, as nio"v, how they might, by at.eply ing the. oerew of a trchl d pJ-itge, wring ifrom the colony t pialtry addition to.the postal revenue, without do f;rring any additiult.1 advantlage,, it would theni only be nccesarrY to sIOggst the medani of in ,rovenenit,. in order to ensure their a loption. "At present it occupies three days7to convey'correspondence. over a di-tatice 0of about '20J iiles between Melbourtn. land Portland. 'his itself is a disgrace to a gove...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE [?] PUBLIC OF VICTORIA PER FAVOUR OF ITS PRESS. OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
.) :-lIE PI'UBL.J OF Vi'TOllia P.L AVUU itOF l '''.O? 1 L i11S. o0-'ls AND AFFLR\iATIONS. 'To the Editor of the Po,rtland.uardian) i A PeIution was' presented. last session agains: the ptresent system of :adoiuister. iniu oths, an?ld praying that affirsUatiou night b substituited. t his petition *was tr quietly laid sn tlie Uoesilc taole and no notice taken oflit by any "houorablut meluber,-aboit'the same week a mnot;.o was carried in the British house of Comin :uo:is to intrltIuce a "ui1 " to abatiitute declarations ifoi oaths"--Shall we t of Victoria be beindl ino this progresive o I movement--iu this very great improve. d ,neint on a most absurd practice. . S.i''he petiio stated tnat. the' petitionei ' evidence had been refused :i a Court ot Justice, because ha oujeoted to the muea mnry of: an oath, and as the recurrence of such a rejection might possibly aga.u take place, whereby the ends of justice might be defeated, it prayed as aritiot that tLe amue. concessio should Lbe" wnd...
TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND CLOSINGS OF INLAND MAILS AT THE PORTLAND POST OFFICE FOR THE YEAR 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
TABLES O1 AHItIcVA~ii AND CLOSLiOO ; u1 1'LAND 0 ALLS AT TIHE .I'OUTLA D, kO31' OFI'CL FOVA TH1L YE~ lt lEA t. Anriilas fmin( alelt,\urue ...'Molaavca & Fridrys at o atim. ' Str~ltl831t. .. r Hamlton ..** t eltast..... \lcnlay I pin.,'larid., 3 i.2ln. (; icurig."..."" Friday' Loa to., l rlall LcOli·· l M.Og clue for~ jays. \lcihnune,`, ,,I louidray A.rr ri ly, L;;;.1,· . 1Illelia~ . it admy Ilhj 11. ImIgry.( pIn \leollalle YIa arm ....r . rid.y U at ,lml tlr...... Satnrd %Y.91_ u S BIIAIIM I'uollltnrter
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
LEA I Ii-I'HIi P HI RI'I.\ G. 01 EVERY DESCRXPTIM 1?NCLUDJING PAMPHILE''S, CIIRCtLARS, B11;1-IIEAI)S, , PDostingi M ills, ILae. ,orams f, j.c I Bi!j, Czr !, 45 c., Executed IYITE EBATNESS AiND DESPATCH, -AT TIlE PURBLISHING OFFiCE OF TUI F1 jUorttanb - ttarbian, 1ODERATe PRIC S. IIEALTH ItESI'OItED l!! 1(1.1 (WC i.T'S II]:'S:-. rurprising cure of a confirmed Aslthmpeffc. l' fire years' sufftring. : .- The'If1lo'ing testimonial has been sri " t` .. rofessor Holloway, bi a 'tntlimani named Middlcton, of Scotland R!ad, Liverpool." Ssts,-Your pills have been the means tinder Providence, of restoring. me to sound health, after five years of stvetce?ffliction J)pring tie s hole of thIa peribod, t suffered the most dreadful attacks of Aslhma, fre quently of several weeks' duratic(;,attended with a violent couch, and continual spitting pf bhlepgi?, irtermixed with blood. This so shook ny constitution that I was unfitted for any of the active duties oflife. I was attended by some of the most...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
PROJECTED IDEPARTUIIES. For Southamnpton-Cros3us, G.S.S,C, steamer, iafter repair. I For Liverpool.-Great Britain, steamer, July Ist; Guiding Star, July 9th - Gold. en Era, July 5th. For ('allo-.-M-iltra!es, caIly. For Calcutta. -Oregon, Lady Elizabeth ear'y. For New'Zealand.-l'lizabeth, early. For Batavia.--Vivid, Antilles, early. For Singapore.-i'rovidon e, early.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
FoUlt'TiE cT sTi TRl ADE._ FOITL filio first class: ii aerew tte.am s.hip, of 27"i tts ue"'isler, Captain 4eltmlpin, Il.N. This fan vessel is warrantled rtosteatlfrur tein to twelrt knlots perhtour,-.io-sof t75-. horse power, with accmusmodation for 40 ini the cabin, and 60 in he steerage, and atllnsa ;carrying capncity of 200 tons for: cago ansd coals for ten day teaining, upon a draft ofwater of only eight set six inelles. As this vessol may soon :be looked for, this notice is .givei, to inform all I interesced in steatm commtnnicalto beteeen.- llthis, .elfast, VWarrilaubool , and Melbourne, that the vessel upon arrival; vili be open to' purchase by a conpany uppn teasonable ternsl. For particu., Lne applJfto. S. G. HENl'Y. " OwIr." ortlsn.L 24th Deer. 1853 FOR LONDON3 Vt .M413L31 V TfH"hi Aberdeen. clippei 'FRANKCES HENTIr-. 570 tons register, Calptain Cairtcross,, is expec'ed' to arrivo here akout.2'0th.May next, and will have quiet despatch. This.vessel aleor.ls 'a excellent o ...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
AUSTiiIA.r : :.. ' I Vtig.' I?i rcl.12--lheustae.'u:ss and politiicilasia of the West were - som 't ilne suill i clneiaL.to." b li:,v i "hat Austria. had res'i~ v d?d: to- assuim' the?' sa.o i at itu le to.vnrd tihe itussail al the- \estern Pow. cr-sbut:the inftr.intni n Irecontly forward eJ lJ?as sufllie'ently1 prov-ed tha:'t -suchlais inotl exactly. the ciase.-- Prnssia has re ceanrly displayed soiae "'irteselntioa, and England, wnich. is naturally anxious to secure the co-operationot' the most high ly cLvilised. State in Germany, appears to have come tothe conclusion that she is about to go over. to the .Cossackcainp.p Pmerlnit.me tl explain h-ow matters--realy I staid.; Austria, as a Germ .n:Pwer,:-ha I recently ,assiumed..j the initiative in the Oriental question, and i;hr rival hlias cjnsiderel. it .,necessary. to make some little show.of op;,ositioi. It is. probable that King Frederick.. William has never seriously entertaiedl any idea of ohinte nanciig.the aggressive po!icy ...
UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. RATES OF EXCHANGE. Portland Branch, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
tiNIOS V DA`1 oh' A'JSca.Z LoA. 1tA Li S OL CA.CIIANGI;. P'drujid Uraiuna, 1851. SeIling. 1'nntain AVUJ,)OC)Na Tays f, perccnt 2 pora cntL Illom aiý:t .rauz j zerroa . lae forever) 3Udeys NE'VW FOUI'll WALL;,. Sydany.· r l p1I1 * t 1 erzil .die. ..htut'at .sigaL 1 plea CUUIL GCurer . r.... pe 1 perr r 'tpr dis B-risoco.... pretrr todirt irecr cruti alehrllrue ..! per c-tt 1 per e2.t dlie. PiraLrt Fairyd od perCent iperserntdis FCU H~ AL"l Adelaide .,..,.. I per an 1 percen die. SPrt Ad-a00 iio preil coun0t. VAN LIEJI\SS Ilorbart 'l'ose.n... ,1 per cenlt I per cant dis NiW ZE.bLND A hoe, lud..d.. .. Auiilgt..rt..ii . 2 per; cant 2pcr tr:ttdi S days preiri couht Lyttleeon rsight or cent ii titreiol roc ever"' 4 day's. U tSCtUNU1's. Bilus lacinrtg 91 dIys to t r and cii er r per roet trie ir days to erun.... Stpe rent. 1re 1 i . i .... ...............Ipe t ciit tNT~tbtis't. On UerrdlrasnAccorrrtsCirlt Credit At Sreutti e P zaot LDe Bils........10 per ccn t,
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
, -OUli AUflitALIA. - SIWe have hit by the loaviilta steamn er, Adelaide. ppelrslt the 4Oth1: Jene. There had 'leen lin arrivialsof any importancet) t1itl colony. Tihe folllo in;` etriact itheludle ?ie rriuoil*e" itemns of newsp e'l'l:Trinity board are fiiinig a dol* phin in the strelam, near the -Pinee's. a half, to alssirt in the mtnloring. of; vessels; and; as iila lvniutaes-.beyoeu4 the nuse of ?a ianchor ar'e prcticllly known aud. 'adiiiittd, ifthe cosat of the work be not very. heavy, lJour,, or five will be laid down at elct 'side of the'.slr eitr ,.laid tile. eneral .use of the anchor (which' Whieftr betiu weiigh ed, draws clud from ;illrat sideso ttAhs, eentee ol the`rivel) will be'di;oatliluu ed. 'Cap?t. Vs,,'of thel Hiamiurg.rptr?prs' bad weatler aind adverse widd from' the Cape ' When between l(thllfitlti tiades of'38 arid 39 there was aiaceSoant Ihunder and liglitleintl 'shut ,ilo,, the sea close to the vessel" at buothll ile and deterred h in from keeping canvas set. A...
BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 26 June 1854
]BELFAST, THs'E ELECrION.-l-t would seem thit .the .vacaancy ,n tke representation' of ldl.. a' last said Warna.nboot caused by the resig nation of Air Nicholsoli.is not likely to be I til.e, without a cotesa., .l'he?hre eara we r believe, taree can idaates in the ficd. t First, Mi. John Lamonit, ?wbose address a ,appears in our columnls today ; ya.xt. Mr r Fiulton, ait .old atud respcte I colonsist, who has alintou,aced his wil inlgnesa to col?c for,var.d aa 1 we are iafior.ned jLi r Heorne, a barriater, w I .ake a itir.l, should there be any prospec, 'ofa h sts. ces s. I)' M.r. llorte' pr ,a cipalea or paitiuaeta ,kow nothing 1h: 6o:urse-s ofr conlduct, an is pub;ic optaiionai profes.aIe t by. the other two are very ssiailatr apnd illn themselves leave Ii tIe to bi delsired It w.ls be for the electors to lecit :e to wlhose character - fr actina ."up to those i aprlciip es ihey attalh the:g e. tlerwavi ht SIf a:l' ian lllang is to be allow a ayly y influence in the d..ci.tin, it mt...
BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 29 June 1854
BE! FASf .ViLLcuis AMsD tlr1y ?ti Ac3as. i Cii LJNAL OCie T. diu willt bo iee? l iis anothlef coiluin th the sanoini i meeting of titii$Soeiety 'is called July iihd .-W Ir.iste the friends pnll' sup potteres of the inmtittiion will m?`uster, in fult Ilorce.Belfat stuzette.. HA.IrTON .- At thei petty sesions, held Os, the 2Jili inst., two meni named Ti inklier and Wielkealon' were charged with killing a sheep the properly of~I Mr. French. :I:r. It.D. Phoraholtison ippeared for the deielidanutie ?d there being no evidince to commit themi they were diiit ,aed;'l 'Another mettne .offines, wase remanded. -:.We uUder; stand it is.Ai I4liompseons nitention to .ianenid tamnialion iiouthlyw on hiuyi ness ,connecte dwail, hisi profession. I Mr. Brake.th. .puhiean.' who lou . some time'pasi lsadbee uaider mriedical l c ere a.l4 itIet ?elt tht taown :. set Friday iad having. rea'cthed ;the :- p?-1 rmeralla Inn, on.aturday :found him.'i eslf'unable to 'proceed f-itheri Dir Wateri?ari was sent fo...
THE Portland Guardian, AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER Published every Monday and Thursday TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1854 SUMMARY OF BRITISH NEWS. London, April 3rd, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 29 June 1854
T:111 :AND . ; s N OjaIINn aLNE t ."A'DViit rittit Published every Monday an'hi. ursdaý TrIMOTECT Otto RIGHTS -NOT Wo t NO uroN TItoOC or oTno'o;,':.. THURiSDAl :J ..J E 29, s.4 StUMMAiY OFVP RLTLi I [Faol ouia ova n CoaaosoirWv . London,'.iAV i ;1:i'8?,. TIE mhosotimporttantevent wehii al hap' p nted iu tthisacountry for r:ouaey nt, has. 'occurred with:e the las: week·;::n?? el? a formal declaration of war. Thatdec era tipn imbodied in : a ' inessage "`f ni" the Queen -was brought dowt to '?arlianmeit by Her ,ajesty's ministers ep??..onday, March 27th. Thus every remnanl o: hope entertainediby thi fe.h,whdto the last'affectld 't'biliteve that"all: mig!ft yet be aniicab lyHnrran$ed, was destroyed .:. i publication-of tire. secrAitcurret ? uipude?.id. between, our g.iverinm.ut and the;Euiperir. of ltusaia, whioh-acpeared ;iabAl i a Week ag., adlaa F exposed ihe perfidy :'id debit of the Czar,' at the- s)me1 :tliune' 'that. i. main aids lthe integrity nal itraight for= ward conduct of...