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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LATE PUBLIC MEETING. - The inhavitants of Portland, we imnderstand, some time ago memorialised His Excellency Sir George Gipps   for another sale of Crown Lands. The inhabi   tants are deserving of being heard, and their   wishes eonsulted on tbe disposal. of. ublic 0-. party in which they axe intorestcd, and wh ch thev have, by'their first purchase,;their perso al. reiidance, industry ,and' the outlay'of tllir capital, made ialuable. Twoyearhlave elapsed since th& first land sale tookpiace, and now the larger portion of, hdt vas then ipurchased is now huilt upon, and otherwise in the course of improvement. lany have long been expecting the second .sale, oaýd unless that be the case, soie teof'the oldest' and most enterprising in habitahts ivill be. under strong' temnptations ,df 'leaving in disgust.' ; It is siniular that a' sle of government land was some time ago advertised S.toake_ place,i without the, inhabitant...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 27 August 1842

M. KELLY.-The Statement exhibited by this gentlemen to his creditors last Satur- day, rather agreeably surprised them, after the malicious reports that had been in circu- culation. He showed assets of the most undoubted character, to the amount of £ 11000, to meet something under £7,000 of debts; and his valuation of his property was so low, that we are informed, a party present offered to purchase the whole at the prices named. Time is all that Mr. Kelly requires to liquidate the whole of his liabili- ties with interest; and in such times as these, surely there is no one who will not readily concede it. The result of this meeting and that of Mr. Maemichael, must tend, in a great measure, to restore mone- tary confidence. - Colonial Times. Beaumout Smith, convicted as a principal in the Exchequer Bill fraud, was one of the prisoners by the Ebden. Mr. Gregson has been gazetted as the new member of council, successor to Captain Forster, whose resignation has been for some time announc...

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Portland Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

Portland Price Currott, RETAIL PRI2CES. Butter, potted .. Candles, colonial ...... .., Cheese .. ... .. .. ..0. Coffee .. .. .. .. .. .,. lH am . . Sugar, moist ..., .... . . Sugar, refined . .. .. ... Tea .. . .. ' Tobacco ......... Bran, per bushel . . . Oats, V. D. Latid .. '.. Ropes .. ., ,. .. .. . t Bread (4lb lost) Beef, (per lb.) .. .. . M1utton Pork Lamb (per quarter) 'otatoes (per ct.) ... ., . Flour, (per 100lbs.) ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

TaIE ?'ORTLAND GUARDIAN Ali EGr.Ac\oL ADVIETISE.R is publio?7i: turday morning, and iromediatil'v every part of the prorince anton opportuntl/ to the following pk? Hobart Town, Part Phillit, IR South Australia, Swan lhrer, Ac I and Cape of Good hole; and toth. Entgland, Ireland, and Scotlard; t, States of America, France, In?",'t( of .Subscription are, credit 10. plr cash 8:.; the tquarters ending tol ?' 20th February, 20 Maray and 20?ib earl year respecti.relr; to somCe rx periods all rerignations must ~,ftr . No resignatioal will bed?ieptedritrik of the current quarter and ill 'nori sons becoming subscribers after thie ment of any quarter, will in th 140 charged from the period they) Cor.' scribing. Each adrerliscmentl vJi li at the rate of 3:. for the first jr i,. for every line beyond sir, fori n Adrertsements trill be recewive.!'" oan Friday's, p. m.; hbut no.ori?r? f tinuances wcill be receired oaftr 3 WI'ednesdays, p. . 'The rcnuerof. must be spec fled on aeci aolrert r7P wil...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. SYDNEY—AUG. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

COLONIAL M.dAR ETa SY.DNE '--Ao. 9. Fine flour 20s. per 1001bs., sAeeori?i, 15s.; wheat Gs to Gs. Gd. per bushel; n?n 5s. ditto; barley 3s. Gd. to Is.; oats .?4 £5 to £7 7s. per ton.; beef -hd. tp i; i per lb.; spirits in bond-rum 3s. 3dj. ?: gin, 2s. to 4s.; brandy 3s. 9. to 4s.r.: sugar, £2S to £35 per ton - PORT PIHILLIP-Au . Flour, first, 22s. per 100ibs., seco?&o ration T1s. per ditto; wbhet Gs to 7oe of GDObs.; maize Gs. 7s ditla; bran Ze. ;i LAUNCI;STON-Auo. 1a Wheat, 5s. Gd. per btshel, wilt t1e barley, ltglish, frot fromt s. Gd. tc kr.! Cape, 4s. Gd. ditto.; oats, feed, 4s. p :; seed 5s. Gd. pet bushel, but neither of flour, first quality, .ls, second l£1, Oii 20001bs; beet, Sd. to Gd.; mutton, 3L ?1 7d. to Sd.; veal, 9d. HOBAlRT TOWN-Ave. IL Wheat, 7s. 9d. to Ss.; fine flou-, t? per ton.

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

ENOLAND. WEa copy from tile SMi?rY HEr.AD the following extracts. The stgttem,nts contaioed in themn being of vital importance to the well-being of these colonies, cannot fail of being read with . interest, though perhaps the intelligeiaca con tained in thEm is not the verf latest that may have reached the Province : The duties on wool are to remain as hereto fore. Foreign wool pays, and is to pay, a duty of one half-penny per pound if uinder. ons shilling in .value, anid one penicy if over one shilling. The produceof the duty from the first rate, in 1810, was £27,197; and of the second, £105,330. Sheep and lambs' woolt l produed of, or imported from any British possession," is, at present to be entered duty free. Tho proposed alterations in the duties on oil, will, we are sorry to perceive, have an injurious effect on this colony, inacsmuchl as 'Americasf and other foreig~ caught oil is to be admitted at a considerably less rate of duty. The present dutv-on "train oil, blubber, and...

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ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES. By the favor of a gentleman residing in Port land, we have had an opportunity of perus. ing English papers of -a late date, by which we are able to supply news (though not of the most recent period,) that our contempo raries of the adjoining colonies have not fur nished us with. We perceive, by Sir H. Harding's speech on the army estimates, that ai increase to the British army was to take place, by the addition of 1,417 men. The number of men this year, including offi ces, non-commissioned officers, and rank and file, was 95,628, which would be the number proposed to be inserted in the M-u tiny Act; and adding to that number those serving in the East Indies, 26,940, the to tal amount of force this year, which was proposed to take on the first vote in the House of Commons, would be 122,568. This num ber las composed of 5,808 officers, 8,671 non-commissioned officers, and 108,086 rank and file. The increase takes place in Carala of 1,100 officers and men, by t...

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POLICE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

POLICE REPOILTS. BEFonrE we thought ourselves fully at liberty to appear at the Police Office in Portland, for the purpose of taking notes of the proceedinga which are there daily going forward, we deemed it an act of courtesy on our part, to be performed to wards the Police Magistrate, to make an appli cation to him for his sanction to that effect. We hardly need say, this application was no sooner made than granted, and with an expres siveness that'could iot be misunderstood, the hearty approval of Mr. Blair to the report3. of his office, receiving the utmost publicity. "We will endeavour as far as circumstances will permit, in.tie future nuinbers.of-our.Journal, to give the reports of those cases, brought before the bench, that may be capable of afford ing any useful information to.the public. August 24-Th'lomas Kent, a prisoner of the crown, attached to the customs department, was charged by Mr. Strachan, with absenting him self withoutleave. .Sentericedto 0l days solitary confi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

SHIPPING 2INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Auaust 26-The schooner SALLY ANN, Cummins, 'roster, from Port Fairy. Passengers-steerage: Slcr1rer Murphy, - "lint; wife and three chil dren. CLEARED OUT. Sept. I -'i -e schooner SALLY ANN, Cummins, forMeelborn . 'Passengers-Mesrs. James Tooks, Jnamrs Ward, and Thomas Wisemnan.. September 2--The: sclooner lIaERva, Fawthorpe r. riser, for Launceston. 'assenger-Mr. Joames SAILED. oSpt. I-SA.LY ANN;, for Melbourne. Se?t. 2--??r.Cav, for'Launceston. SIMPORTS, Cargoof the SALtLY ANN-10 bagspotatoes, Henty Iyrothers; 21 ditto, 9 kegs butter, I cases cheese, Claridge ; 1 cask oil, Cameron. For Melbourne 49 b?gs wheat, 165 bushels ditto, I cask. butter, 1 .sddlle. . EXPORTS. Cargo of the SALLY ANoN-7 bales wool, F. Pitt-. mran: o cares maps, C. J. La Trobe; 6 packages c: car.ng appirel, I carpet rug, Pittman ; I barrel pork, J Cain; I case slops, Abrahams; I hhd. oil, J. Cain. S Cargoofthe MINERVA-2 hhds. of rum, part of ogrigiial cargo ; 13' bales wool, 31 ...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1842. THE PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

OUL'TLAND GUAtRDIAN, And Nornnanby General Advertisor. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER -3, 18412. THE PRINOIPLE OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITUTRE. I? our last the policy of the Government, in reference to its expenditure in the district of Portland, came prominently under our con sideration ; in the present, we purpose that the PRINCIP'r.E upon whlich that policy is founded, shall be thoroughly examined. It will have been observed that not only were we at issue. with the Government, on account of its parsimonious expenditure in this district, and its more profuse in others, but, byiinplication, also with the principle that gave, rise and continuance to such a line of conduct. We foimd it iiiconvenient, while discussing that subject, to interfere with this; and preferred giving the'latter a more patient consideration than could be expected when taken'in connection with another. In the absence of information to the con trary, and judging from statements made. by the official organs of the Governmenit, i...

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THE DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

TH£ DEP IATUEF T'i fh--h g n b-eZe -izlls n .- .oii ; And: fti.1^ --p's saorri = "'·ll t~i ??: I rr.-y zan eye wi: g.nef :, d n.' =may a cheerk i. pHa. On!-ar.! 3 he linc', her t---e? fobam And: mnt, cnd fnm is, A- d all are ae c; O r-S ga: .-iip is now ozr ho:ec Oar crt::. ia-r"s trill '.., tl .1. ":,! c! .h of .=r p i0':.o2:n, tha: will nt:, ce- n7:t fii. They're ono-, the- ilt of tzure buine Th'l: mark the:, SC:Lot; -and of woai, Of war-e-s bri -e- onf m.ar: :-ze, .vy cilidhl'.l 3-:?:oe-l l of my :irth :.t f:hcr bntd--oe L =nt ofa =i my hz:. hiLs de?r odi ea-th. They'?re one. a=o aI the pas: is hb?st As s num:er':sfir an! snny hoeurs ; The ful:u?, like tie clny:a nihl, Is dirk; buit he:ce, like renal! E'oert, S:t joys perenan l spri:n g and bloom for ct in hap ticr Ltowe-rs.

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BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

BANK. WYA have been pleased to learn fro thentic source, since our publieatio week, that a bank will certainly it time be established il this town. ter was, we understood, already'de upon, and we may therefore reasons its execution will not long be deferr The absence of such a means of cial prosperity is seriously felt, sca by the distant settler in the count by the trader and merchant iii the to the want of asuflicient quantity of culating medium; depresses, to ap tent, the enterprising spirit of pe property in the whole district. The effects produced in other places trading and inordinate speculation, notdirectly felt in their mischievous i in this place, nevertheless being vi the residents ' here~-ternto'tl?I want of confidence, and assist toy that laudable measure of speculati which they might otherwise profita safely enter, because they have not, qf temporary difficulty, something o they can fall back, and by which the be assisted under such circumstance ready a majority of the...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

FOREIGN INTELZIGENCE. INDIA; " ITwill be matter of the most sincere gratifi cation to every subject of the British empire, in a land however distant his lot may be cast, to hear the cheering intelligence of victory having returned to the British ranks in India, and the foul blot upon the national character of' our country has' been partially wiped away by a brilliant victory achieved by the garrison of Jellalabad over an almost overwhelming multitude of blood-thirsty fol 'lowers of the. faithless Mlahomet. Ukhlhar Khan, in open'field : K SecretDepartment, April 21, 1842. The Governor-General feels assured that every subject of the British Govermnent will ueruse with the deepest interest and satisfaction the report he now communicates of the entire defeat of the Affghal troops under Mahoniett Ukhbar Khan, by the gacrri?s of Jellalabad. That illustrious garrison, whinch, by its col stancy in enduring privation,, and by-its valour ir action, has ahlready obtaiiznd for itself tha sympat...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

vuSCE..Uz.ANEous.. ORmIIS os TIIEE'IISuc ILt .1.?s"c-- romn the Anglo Sax6ns we derive the names o, tile most ancient otlicers amongst us, of the greater part of the divisions of the kingldoms, and of alintst all our toiwns and villages. romn thcmis also we derive our language : ot rwhich the structirre and a mijority of the words are Saxon. Of sixty-nine wortls whsich make up the Lord's Prayer, only five are not Saxon. Of cighty-one words in tlhe fnmous soliloquy of 1Iamlet, tlhirteen only are of Latin origin. Even in our most clasn sical writers, as Milton, Addison, andtJohn ,son,4ti ?ords of .Saxon _lerivati? .,reatly predonminate.- o . THE IFLE.CEO? F RBELIG(O ON FEl?oT.E CrxaR,\crER.-\ Whcereve the. power of .true religion lis .been felt,?there woman, mnore dlisinterestedi, ncr, pure, and more seoral than man, has excited'a constant inllutiuno to raise the character of society. Where. it has n3t been felt, wonman lhain 'been treated as a mire crcature of this earth, an object o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

-PRESS 'PRINTING cRCTO, INrCLUDING .IPIIT.ET91 S BILL KICAIS, LAW rwyIISI D-BILLS,, C UIIS, IC. CC., th .neatness' and despatch, 'AT THEL U' aWL1R-STitfll;T,, BLISIII\O OFFICE OF 'TILE LI AD GI1JA11bJýN, WOOL. BIsi'Bed are purchaIsers, Br- will Ill, on ol ,oniCIsigne~d Bo- their. frlen~ds, lILEY II ]ROTIIIIS. 'Porthond, S, 15.12.~ ao ndersigned will purchase Wool of the -g clip, or make .sin advaices oni prbo-, -e consignment of hit friends;, Messrs. S& Co,. London. O EORGE CLAltIDGE.. treet, Portland, ' t il, 1842.. j at the Stores of the Undcrsigned, iid brandy, two gallons m?ud upr'ards eva, iii lrge or snmall cases ihds, (Trnonan's) . ed (Trunan's and Taylor's) aught, Archhy's Pemlico and Burton . tied, Dnbar's 'port, tlunt's (in pints 'or quarts) nod volto shippers ies, fruit the wull kilowli hoiuse of War negrohlea.d r, s id colRee of every description velvet wile corks : rious, from the Society Useful Ilpow onsisting of History of the ors .. Sheep Cattle Sporting Revi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

Alwayn on sale at the stores of the under signed, A GENERAL ASSOiRTMENT of every desn tription of merchandise requisite for settlers' use ALSO, Van Dienen's Land Laths and Shingles e" Zealand Pine in logs ;ceveral very strong V. D. Land Wool Drays. IIENTY BROTIIERS. S'ortlond, . . eptember 1 11842. SHE E P. IOR SALE by the Undersiniled, on account of the estate of the late E. Morton, 1400SI11EEP, th about 550 lambs, now depasturing near the 'nelg. --These Sheep are well-bred, and although free from scab, are in very- clean condition; and t is necessary to close the accounts of the estate a: will be sold atlow rates, for cash. 11or particu i, apply to. S. G. ItENTY. Administrator. \'.B.--Unless sold within fouirleen days by pri* :.'z contract, they will bey subumittedi to public auc (.a up the country, in about four weeks ; day and ai.leo n a future notice. l'.artland, 30th August. A CARD. Medical Profession. "fj I. JAMES MARTIN having qualified as a 1 legal practitiolner before the ...

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[?] INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

LNTELLIGENCE. ALLOTMENTS. - We are not have been more highly gratified rvationa that'we have rmade on id i:,provemenets that are going neighlboirhood ofhe town, than presented themselves to us during .in.,walking round the plots of by the Government, "cultivation d which are situate about half an m the parsonage house. The, e already the'appearance of ::it e; on several of them tile trere? red away, and"the stumps e,.-: up, wellasunk, buildingserected, over, and numbers of fruit trees ecured by a three, and, in some. ailed fence. Duiring the' next can be little doubt.but the town' dly supplied with vegetables from hich will prove as seasonable'to aasthey,wlLb.be profitable to the neral character of the soil there h'black mould.". The most con whole for. improvements, is the the Messss..,Hentv, which 'is intoa stateof cultivation; a large es have been transplanted from in the township; and they pro vIOraTr QusaTrias,-Six mar igrants receiving £1 per week, on the public works; two sin...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

UNITED STATES. Boz in Boston.--Bankrupt laws,   procedings of Congress, and all other matters fade into present insignificence when   compared with the great event of the day - the arival of Mr. Charles Dickens, author of "Bicholas Nickleby," and the "Pickwick   Papers." If Brother Jonathan ever afforded amusement to the clubs of London, and   to John Bull generally, he will now furnish a legitimate subject for guffaw from John o' Goat's house to the cliffs of Dover. Never was your poor brother Jonathan guilty of making such an egregrious ass of himself. Boz arrived at Boston, and was received by the community with high favor. About 180 gentlemen united to give him a public dinner which was a very brilliant affair. Immediately he was invited to dinner at Hartford,   by deputation specially delegated - he accepted and went. At both these places he was guilty of the atrocious vulgarity of   attacking the Ame...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 September 1842

TIHE ABORIGINES. On the occasion of proving or disproving the mental capacity of Roger, the murderer of Mr. Codd, when arraigned at the bar of the Supreme Court, in Melbourne, previously to his being placed upon his trial, his Honor the Resident Judge delivered a charge to the Jury, which inculcates sentiments to be entertained and requires a line of conduct to be pursued, on the part of the settlers to- wards the aboriginal race, that renders it undesirable for the former not to be familiar with; and in introducing this subject to their notice, we are sorry we have not before copied the charge of His Honor into one of our former numbers, and by this means have given it earlier and more extended cir-   culation. The opinions contained in the charge, we do not come forward, by giving them a wider circulation, to adopt unaltered as our own, or to become responsible for their correctness.— "I take this opportunity to inform the jury, and also the public gene- rally, that I...

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 September 1842

TsE ,Po RTLAoND G JAlDoIA. AD ?O GE.E..AL,Av-r.ewrescta is prblished tlurdai mtorningen, aeul imnedrtitelyfw5 crery part of the prerince; and by th opportunity to therfofllo'in plpiies. Jlobart Totewn, Port . Phlillip, Li Souoth Australia, SWtint River, 'Nio and Cape of Good Iopie; and tothe Je England, Ireland, and, Scotlaid; the " elate. of America, Freisnce, Isdid, 4# ":f Subserjption are, credit lOs. per cask 8s.; the queriers ending 20th 20th February, 20. May antd 20 A each year respectively; tbosorne on periods eill resignaftions mutstren No resignation will heacceptedl of the current quarter and all arrea sons beroming s"uebscriber.t.aflr ice itent of any tquarter,: will in, thatca charoged from the period thry cems srribliag. Each adrertiseent rill be iat the roie of 3s. fore'he fJrst si n efor.ec:c line beyotd six for eai l derretisetentf uwill be receired cclii on Fridas, p . m.; buto noordirsf timteanres will be received after 3 Wednesdays; p. m... The nmber of mustrlbe ...

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