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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 12 November 1842

S iB.PiKRES pt raTINO a UIeoCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPHLETS, 'M U BILL-IEADS, LAW FORMS, 0 D-BILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., i th neatness and despatch, AT THE ' , lpw3Tl?@©?3E; GAWLER-STREET, LISHING OFFICE OF TIIHE AND GUARDIAN, AT For Sale, ' THE well-known, fast-sail L ing schoonar SsLY ANN. Terms liberal Apply to HENTY BROTHERS. 141842. W OOL. ned are purchasers, or will ad j ool consigned to their friends, S and Co., London. HENTY BROTHERS. u Porfland,} 1842. J S.hetores of the Undenigned, rt, seconds and thirds 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 een, white and black d refined eatl and Cape prunes, dates as, jams and pint, (in cases) coarse, in casks, bags mid baskets camp ovens of sizes sh and Dutch, colonial butter tening. kip, kangaroo and dressed sheep skins: vices clasp and clout, of sizes , hurdle, spikes, carpenters brads in sets cossecut and hand. cepans, and other hollow-ware o in'n machines and weights. fsteel . ' , in casks raddle, rosin, pitch : ;d and white, in fitkins...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 12 November 1842

SMIZ3CLLANEOUS. PRESs.or FRANCE.-The entire French press have joined in the most exuberaut ex ultation on ourlosses in Affglianistan. They prophesy the speedy destruction of the India Rritish empire in terms which leave no doubt of the spirit by.which they are actuated, and considering their influence on public opinion in Paris (which is France) we: think our oh servations some time since on the really un friendly feelings of the French nation con firmed.- Theyare nowincreasingthir stean? machine to an enormous extent;, estimates for. the buildings and cempletion ofeeventy steam vessels, some of large size have been passed." Many, however, have not been even begun, very few are finished, and even those which are, have been supplied with engines of EL : glish manufacture. GAeaBINO.-A long report of an action. in the:Court of Exchequer, appears in the Times of the 4th of July, brought by a city. merchantof the name of Thomson;,against 4he Hon. G. Byng, His Grace -he Duke! :of Bedford ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 12 November 1842

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Governor said he was an advocate for selling at high prcies, or not sellingat all, but at the same time he would not force people to buy at that large price, but would allo;i them to make the best use of the land at a moderate rate. He agreed with honor able members that the system of concentrati on was only adap:ed to a country enclusively ag--icultural-rh'ere the land was valuable only in .rcor tion to the labour which was bestowed on it; but in this colony such was not the case, the land was valuable on which sheep were fed although the tending of the sheep by the shepherd couldacarcely be con sidered as labour bestowed upon the land. It might then be as ed, if land is not old, where is the money to be obtained to prdcure emigrants? The ansawer would be toe squat ters. But these were not immediate contri butors to the land fund, although, if the Go vernment allowed them to occupy the land and to reap all the advantages from it, it was but just that they s...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

- VAN DIE.MIEN'S I ANI). eCot.o:ti.,. B.t~a.--A meeting of the sharc holders of this cstblllishment was held at thql, Exchange Room on Mlonday Iast. Mr. Swan acted as chairman, and read the report of thel report of the Directors. Bv,4this document wee learn that the loss ' suotained by the bnlk, by the late nmuerousinsolvcnscies, woidd not' exccet £700, since its establishment;i whlilst, otn the other hand, " the stun which tlh direithos s?ere cnabled to ilace this half-vear,"to the general itiat, iout lte about £1,100. 0 The nett priotits for the half-year past were satedat £5,502, from which the directors recomsmcnded l dividend of 10 per cent on the pacd-}pp , apital.-II T. Courier . A gtuantty of Van Diemten's Land fat cattle sold at Mr. Bell's yard, on lThursday last, rea rlized 4d. p-er pound, cash.--Cornwall Chronicle. Major Woltuian .'who, it will be. recollectedt, resided a considerable t.iml among s sotunyears . ago, has again joined his family in ,Launceston, IHe is an of...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

LOCAL INTELLIGENICE. NEw T'I'vAN.Nir.-It affords us gratificatioa to witness, and to have an opportunity of'reporting, the further j?rogress of our town ii ilnnuilmc tures. Mr. Biruiingýain, after -aln ulnaccomnt able delay in obtaining "a license, hiis at ladt comnienced tle erection of a sianll tainnry, oln - tihe government reserve at the souih-eastern ex tremity of tile town, and will, aiB'sooi aS his ar rangiments are comrpleted, coinence operations in both branches of his busiriCss -We wil s hbil nnd all who are similarly engaged, thus prd ducing to the w-eaeh ol the.ol district, auilditut siccess. " , Cis.tso:,-A considerabl- degree of gloosit was thrown over thc hitherto enlivened aspect. of our town, by the aniiouneet~iit of tlh iitended departure of the Editor of the MtLucuity. It is, howerver, somewhat cor?solin;g to Iis sorrowing: fiieiids to know that hIistONlt'lEOUSi'itoI i - il. be discharged by Dr. Sutherland. SI.iir:reoni:ice; Or 'riI r!:aIcuaI.-A letter friom " A L...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

ORIGItNAL COPRRSPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Portlanl d Guardian. Sr?-OnsRavse.o. contrary to his promise, and notwithstanding all his love of truth, has again come forward. '?he step hie has taken has not surprised me, for he was forced 'o it by the workings of his conscience. The inuendoes, for which he cans hold no one responsible when applied to Onst:tvEet, have produced, (thlleugh t' ILnoes NoT uo?uns'rers ritI?I) a most terrible elfect upon his mind: they have caused his whole life to pass in review ?before him, particularly thle latter two or three years of it, and the hideous array has seared every' circum stance that gave rise to this correspo:idence com pletely from his last letter, and left it a perfect pic ture of the chllaotic state ofhis own intellect,m oImory, antd conscience. We seldom find a gentleman, remarkable for pro bity aend honour, taking alarm at inucndoes thrown out by "an abject miscreant." Iteevidentlyt fels the lash, and writhes untder the tormert, whi...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

iORTLAND PRZCE .Cu | WHOLESALE PRICEs. 14 Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand . . . - draught, per barrel, Ashby's . --------per hhd. ditto - -- per barrel, burton . Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - . - Hoaro's, - - - -- bottled, Taylor's, . Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch -. Beef, Hambro', per barrel - East India, ditto Bran, per bushel, - Bricks, per thousand, - 11 Butter, per b,. I Candles, English, per lb,- - .1 - Colonial ditto 0 Cheese, English, ,per lb. -... 0 - Colonial 01 Canvass, per bolt - S Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from I Coffee, per cwt. Corks, per gross - " Deals, per.foot - - 0 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. - I - seconds, ditto ' - I Fruit, raisins, per lb. . 0 ----currants, ditto - Grain, wheat, per bushel . 0 --- barley, ditto - - . ---oats, ditto - . Gunpowder, per lb - - . Hams, ditto - .0 Hay, best description, scarce - - 9 Iron, assorted, per ton - - - 21 Litharge, per cwt. - - - Lead, per ewt. - - - - 21it - shot, ditto - - 1 Oil, lamp, per gallon - - --linseed, b...

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THE JETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

TIlE JETTY. TIEsE has been said, written, reporteda? _referred, so much about the intended. Je fuorlror.tu, fidi litiIe bificsn o t lls it is a time that somthling should bec,doisng.. recent stir that has been made in-connesk Tivth T wc coiiccive, has bean.:criated t. Mr. Stephen Ienty'slate visit to Melbour Mr. Wiseman's plan, specifications a tender, that we were hoping had been fore his Excellency, were all the time ia. state of quiet tcpose in one of the Gover ment offices in Melbourne; and how lo? they would have slumbered there, bt ft what we conceive was the cause of theirds turbance, we can olily judge froim the .unifo slowness of Governmellt movements. Hiis lonor's instructions for the formatd of a board to recommend tlhe precise locals for the jetty, is a contribution in favors public opinion. The offering is accepte.d and it has had its proper teridencv to sole0 the general disgust felt at the delay .of pr ceedings in. reference to the intended ers; Lion. Tihe manner of t...

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RESOLUTION OF THE MIDLAND COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

RESOLUTION OF THE rMIDLAND COUNTIES oF ENoskND.--That the manufactures of the Midland District have for several years, been gradually declining, and lately with unexampled and fearful rapidity, particularly the frame work knitting branches, which have sunk into a sad aid unprecedented de pression. That since the year 1815 the wages of those employed have been reduced nearly one-half; an instance- the more re markable from its occuring in a manufacture in which the principle of its machinery, is es sentially the same; nor have its manual'ope rations been interfered with by steam power. Thatpropartyin stocking frames is depreciat ed in value, and a large number -now un employed. That our. export trade in hoisery to the. European States, (formerly important) is nearly extinct; and the trade with America is almost superseded by Ger man competition: that unless some efficient measures of relief be speedily adopted by the Legislature, the trade of tlhe Midland Counties, will be irremideab...

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INTEGRAL PARTS OF OUR EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

INTEGRAL-PARTS OF OUR EMPIRE, THE British colonies are vastly indebted to Sir Robert Peel for the expression of his statesman-like opinion, " that our colonies should be treated as integral parts of the British empire;" but surely the honourable Baronet does not suppose that our colonies will accept his new tariff as an illustration of his disposition practically to treat them as such. The colonial policy of the present Govern ment is, that henceforth colonial produce shall be subject to one half the amount of im ports. This is the prevailing principal of Sir Robert Peel's policy, There are, however, few exceptions to this principal, some of which are in favour of our colonies, and the remainder against them. But we are at a loss to conceive how our polonies can be led to think themselves integral parts of the Brit ish empire, so long as their productions, the fruit of British enterprise, capital, and indus try, are taxed, directly or indirectly, in the ports of Great Britain. The g...

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THE GODS IN A BUSTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

TilE GODS IN A BUSTLE. . - liResolved this earth for to visit; And, ming:ing with the plebians rude, To uitre.s all the tricks spon it. Each took a part to enact here below, Best suited to rall; aand ability ; A?nd then, all being safely arranged, They descended with angel facility. One wans a Doctor, famedfor loquacity, Aniutler a Clerk, all,musk and civility; And a third (who doubts his vermcity i) "A sallow-fre'd gent., witlwner.tal debility. Af?ntclun, vain:thtro'n love of renown, With tight-lae'd figure and foppish dress, Aspir'd to instruct and enliglhten a town, , By the force of hispen, and the aid ofa Press. An" esteemt'dcorrcsplondent" wrasquickly engag'd . With th' anoinymous nate of "Observer," Whose petty elftsions the people enrag'd, Anld prov'd thelan; author aipublic deceiver. Anotfler importedold llirrison's pills, .(With a ptiz'likea liebrewr proctor,) A cure for sick heads and oldwoment's ills, Soon causing arow'tweecn himand toi Doctor. These heavenly sages soon ...

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COMMITTEE ON THE JETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

COMMITTEE ON THE JETTY. Tuesday last, an adjourned meeting took lace of the Board appointed by. the PoliceMa istrate, for the purpose of selecting the most ligible site for the p1roposed jetty, in accdrd nee with instructions forwarded by His Honor le Supcrintendedit to that effect. Ir. Blair stated that, as Mri.'Hcnty wa abh eot, and there was a probability of the arrival ' Mr. Wiseman by the MiNEavA. (tlhen cominF op the Bay,) whose evidence might be. const lered necessary to enable the Board to come to correct decisjon, lie would leave it for theni to onsider the expediency of a fourther adjourn-. oent. For his own part, he could not see the wropriety of. examining a contracting pmuty, us it could not rehsonalhly be expected 'that lie should give a statement of faets, when thie fftect might be that other partieswould act upon his acquaintance withlthelocality, a kliowludge of which had been acquired at cousidetable la bor and expense. Mr. Claridge thought it advisable to proceed ...

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SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

SONG. Oh ask me not.: To days long gone Those pleasure sounds belong Some memory wakes wibt every tone, I dare not sing that song. I learned it first ia boyhood's hours, In youtlh's exulting May; And sung it oft amidst the flowers That -cew life's early way. VWhe those days fled, and manhood's prime Brought care and. strife along; Still in repose of even time, I've soothed me with that song, '. ears, that now no more can hear, To spirits that have fled 1'te sung that song, to those most dear, ' bep loved and early dead. Boyhood's glad .ports-youth's vanished dream And manhood'a calmer hours. Come with each note on memory's stream, A wreath of withered flowers. And one, who needs my voice no more To him those notes belong ! tven now mine eyes are running o'er How can I sing that song?

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POLICE REPORTS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

POLICE REPORiTS. Tutsn?y, NovEMtn:n 15, 1142. Mr. Donald Cameron, of the Portland Bay Hlotel, appeared at the Otfice to answere the complaint of Constable Thomas Smith, for al lowing intoxicated parties upon his premises on Sunday last. - It appeared from the evidence that the con stable had seen two men gn the preiolises of the defendant ia a state of inebriation; which was corroborated by Mr. Fiiin, the Chief Constable. Mr, Caimeron, in his defence, stated that the drunken mset were lodging in' his house; that they had gone out in the morning, andireturned to his house in the tifternoon a little the worse for liquor ; that, as they were lodgers, he could not refuse them admittance; and that he was positive they had rcceived no drink in hishouse. SThe ease was dismissed. W?EDNESDAnY, Nov. 16. Margaret Young applied to the Police Ma gistrate for .a suninons to compel Mr. George Claridge to attend at the Police Office to answer a charge of assault. Summons granted. Tu suAv;, Nov. 17....

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THURSDAY, Nov. 17, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

''l'vUasDAY, Nov. 17, 18'12. The Board nmet this morning, according to agreement, for the purpose of perusing and giving their.sanction to the report of the Police ,Iagistrate, founded upon the evidence previ ously taken before them. Weare unoable to give publicity to the final decision of the Board, as tlle report was not read, but merely halided round for the perusal and approbation of the re spectiv. entlemen ; we presume, however, from the unaoumity and general concurrence of the -partiesetxamned, anud as the-Board-were to be guided in their decision by such evidence, that the old landing place has been selected by them as being the most eligible site for the ihtended Jetty.

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To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. "Magna est veritas et prevalebit." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

To the Editor of the Portl[and Guardian. " Mlagna est vcritas et prevalchit." Stn-The'lettcr of Onsrcaven, as it appeared ill the last publication of the MIaccusr, has been to me, I can assure you, a source of great gratification, illaslnuch as that it terided lot only to prove the truth and aptitude of thf unenviable titlehe has lately earned with such marked ability-I mean that of a naLsTranisn IVLLY, whihel title he has.shown so forciblytobe inseperable from that of acowAInn--but also for the very great compliment hle has paid me, itn associating with iny signature an alias C.uol.t, a well-known coutpound of GOOD TlhNtOS, of which he has, alas, "like all lwho have a vitiatedl taste," known not now to palate. Alas, my dear and !t es tecnied" Onst.evaet, were you indeed reduced to such a debilitated state from the lashing of that cruel and remorseless Ttt.t. 'IUTce, tshat you could not relish CAusrtc's cAUUo ? t aWis the ale too strong for your disordered and weaks intellect? \Vas ...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. MR. EDITOR--Permit me, through the me- dium of your paper, to make known to my fel- ow-townsmen a case of arbitrary proceedings adopted against me by John Wiggins, and such as I trust no one else in the town would be guilty of: On the 3d of this month I was due to him four pounds, for half a year's ground rent. On the following morning his wife called upon me and said "Well, Johns, when are you going to pay me your ground rent ?" I an- swered. that I should not be able for a few days. She then exclaimed, "By h-----, I will have   it, or sell you off." This she accompanied with   most abusive language. In a few hours after Wiggins came , accompanied by a bailiff, and placing his hand upon the end of the house, said " Distrain upon the whole of these premises, for the sum of four pounds, being six months ground   rent, due on the 4th , of this month" (that day.) In the course of the following day appeared a...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

CO.iVEP?CIA & a^Z, . TE NEWS. D.)aoeamous lnlr.-- The following letter was addressed to the Editor of the Ilay.of Islands Observer, by Captain Wiilliam S. 1Harens ;of the ship Thnomas Dickenson, July 20th.l 1842 :-Sir, -laving recertly very narrowlt escaped ship wreck, 1 begleave, through the medium'0of your Ipaper, to m?,ake known the eiistence of a very dangerous reef (and not laid dawn in the chlirts esxtaut, auit brobablv betlbe unknown.) Leaving WV ytertach, one of the. Society Islands, oti the 20th Jqune, steering .- S. W., all hands were roaotcdlon Sunday, the 20th, between the hours offive and six, a. m. by the officer of the watch, who, in Ituchi confusion, was endeavouring to avoid the danger ire alone had discovered. I reached the deck iti time to have at frair view of tihe reef, as we passed to the windward of it at about two cables length as nearas I could judge. It being dark as at inidnight at the time, I could not determiine its size, but think it about two s...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1842. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

POR1TLAIND GUARDIAN, and Normanby Cneral- Advertiser "TO| .,IP'rEC T OUR RIGUIIT5-ý0PTO INFRI'NGE U1ON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1842. LAND SALE. A crs?etAL e pectation; among the inhabi tants of Portland, had been formed, that the SALLY ANe on her lnst trip from Melbourne, would have brought the advertisement fbr a 'government sale of Portland lands ; andon this account, as upon several others of both a public; and private nature, the arrival of that vessel was anxiously waited for.. Pub.: lie disappointment was, therefore,. very great, on finding that not a sentence had transpired, by wvhich any hope was held out that a sale was in contemplation, and in fact the subject appearsso foreign to the delibe rations of our Governiment as thouglh they possessed no interest in the lands' beyond the county of Grant. However lightly the matter of a Land Sale emay be viecwed, either by liLa Exllency the Governor, or by his Honor the Superin tendent, it affects very deeply the i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 19 November 1842

ARRlIVED.. November 12.-IThe schooner "Prince of Don marik," Comyn, master, from ln obart Town. Plas sengrs--A r. Formby, supercargo. - November 1 1.-'The schooner "Sally Aim," Cum mnin,; master, fronm Port Fairy. Pal'engers-liector. WVlls, Patrick Castles, and Mary Castles. Novehitber 15.--The Selhooner "M3inerva," Faw throp, master, froml Launceston. Five passengers in the steerage. Novembcer G1.-The schooner "Naide," \lalloch, master, from Ilobart Town. I l I'ORTS. Cargo of the "Prince of Denmark"-38 bags oats, I jar medicine, 10 casks bottled ale, 56,1100 shingles, 50) bags floor, 11 do. flour, Order; Opine boards, lsinty. Cargo of the "Sallv Ann"-SO cheeses, Order; 2 pigs, I can oil, Camseron ; I cal oil; Wiggins. Cargo of the " Minh:rva"-2 cases slops, ourne ; 2 cases turps, I ditto ironmongery, I bale spades, 1. bag glue, I canmp ovens, 5 iron weights, 6 jars split peas, lr. ['Dowcll ; 1 case slops 1 bnndle mat trasses, 1 bag pepper, 1 chest tea, 2 caskswhitilg, 3 boxes'glass...

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