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POLICE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
POLICE REPORTS. Dec. 17-T'erence O'Neil was committed to take his trial at Melbourne, for em bezzling'tlm property of Thomas Norris, Esq., of Coortnnh Dec. 20-Mr. Donald Cameron was summon el to answer the cdimplaint of Mr. Finn, C. C., for selling spirits after nine o'clock on the night of the (16th inatant, hle not having a night li- cense. Fined20A and 13s. costs. * ) n. 23--T. Chandler RImionLed R. W. Titl loh, Esq., for wnges, and hd hau a dei'isiuit in his favor. Win. F1all smunnaned the altore defe?dant for wages alin. Tihe lerinch, not having anvy -powr to deilde in a caso where io previousr.:eme,cnr, hItl he?n e?tered into, disintri ed the. ase,
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
" AMERICA. News had reached England to the ~lst July. The papers confirm the accounts. of the com pletion of the treaty for the settlement.oftthe north-eastern boundary quc?tion. The treaty having been negotiated by the SecretaryofState, the President, there was no doubt, approved of it. It awaited the approval of the senate, and, though there weresome sinisters rumours to the, contrary, that body would,.it was deemed all but certain, approve of the convention. The. near prospect of the amicable settlement of the disputes between England andt ,Ameriea was viewed with general approbation in the United States. I
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
rOREIGIT INTEILIGSSZCE. ENGLAND. TIE QUEEN..-OLir brave ahnd, holo littli ueen spanks forth on every holiday, and gives rself as freely .to the gladly luzzahs of her bjets, as though murder had never lurked eat the ncclam of gericral joy. Courageous dgenerous womanf She will not cast upon people the reproach which would be tacitly nveyed by withdrawiig herself from among em. At the risk even of her life she will con u to o assure them that her confidence in their e and loyalty is still as strong as it was when never entered into her imagination to conceive at there could be, in an English crowd, asingle art that did not wiash ler well, or a single arm at would not be raised in her defence. True is, and we grieve to think that she must be more than mortal could it be otherwise, that er isnot that sameplacid, open, fearlesscheer ness upon her Majesty's face, as she rides rough ler rejoicing subjects, that there used be. Her aflectionate people cannotbut mark at her eye wanders quickly...
PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1842. REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And 2Normanby Gene ral Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIOIITS-NOT TO INFRINGE UPON 1 THOS OF OTIIERS." -SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1842. REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT. TIIE Act .of Parliament having passed, whiclrgivcs to New South 'Wales a new and representative form of constitution, reciders it necessary that the influential residents of the district should be seriously in earnest to secure the portion of advantages that may eq?itably :fall to the lot of this part of. the colony to enjoy; The advantages arising from a Represen tative Government are so great ththno effort should bd considered too exhausting or severe in order to enjoy them, and whatever amount of wellordered outlay and sacrifice may be incurred in their attaiinment, will be abun dantly repaid in their possession. If a just apprehension of the vilue of representation be not entertained by British. subjects,rin this distant dependency of the empire, th I defect can only be attributed to the long ab sence, and ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BEsr, AS AN ARTICLE or ErewaT.-WeC have great pleasure in calling the attention of our country readers to an account sales on two tiercees of South Australian baol, shipped for London by Messrs. Masters and Morris,. per Druke of Sussex, last year, the particu lars of which will be founsd in a letter from those gentlemen inserted in another part of this paper. From this statement it apperas that the wsholo amount of costs and- charges, including frcight at £5 per ton, wvas £4 13s Gd per tierce, and the amount realized per sale £388s, leaving a prflot of £3 14 Gd per tierce, short of commission, which is' not in their statement takean into account. So large a protit cannot however be expectcd, the aterage price of salt beef in the London market not exceeding seven gruineas per tierce. However, this will leave' a very handsome return to the shipper, which may be somewhat increased by making better terms for fieight, £3 per ton being abun dance both for freight and assu...
WASTE LANDS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
WAS?TE LANDS ACl'. Tur. Waste Lands Act having rccentlylt sedbothhouses of Parlianment, hasreachdh colony, (a copy of it we give in our tloc page,) bywhich it will be seen there is a. feet uniformity established among ther?b of the Australian colonies, in referencia the mode of selling the government Wee Lands, in which New Zealand is inc14 as likewise both South andWestern Austi New South Wales and Van Diemen's 14 and their respective dependencies, Governors, by the Gth clausc, are udo necessity of advertising and holdingiahs wastelands quarterly, and at any other eg tunities that they may deem fit; but di will not affect Portland;, as it islefti the governor to choose the lands lie rd to be offered for sale. One pound per acre is the lowest sp price for country-, lots id. below ir they are forbidden' to ho"alienated.. I vernors are empoweired to iraise in their pective governments the upsetpriceofar try land, but cannot lowier it. From i class of lands are exempted special cans? l...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
PUBLIC MIEETI1G. casu?t to public notice given in the last uardian, a well attended meeting of the habitants of Portland took place last night, t Mr. Cronin's Assembly Rooms, Mr. W. ulloh, in the chair, for the purpose of ailing the attention of Sir George Gipps to he wants of the town and district. We gret that the lateness of the hour at which o meeting was held, precludes our giving fall report of the proceedings in our pre nt publication. The resolutions were nanimously adopted and carried with accla ation. Forcible and appropriate speeches ere delivered by the proposers and second s, and the general acquiescense of the ditors, plainly indicated the singleness of inion with regard to tile necessity which isted for calling the attention of thle Go-. erner to the wants of this neglected town d district. A Committee was appointed to repare a memorial to his Excellency, and a Ate of thanks having been given to the sirman, the meeting- separated at a- late •r.o
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
LE PoRTLA:"D GUARDIAN 'AND NOvtMA:aor GeNERAL ADVERTISER is published every Sa turday ,norning, and immediately forwarded to ,ecry part of the province; and by the earliest opportuvityt to the following places :-Sydney, aobart Town,- Port Phillip, Launceston, oluth Australia, Swan -River, New Zealand, [and Cape of Good llope; and tothe Mauritius, Eulaond, lreland, and Scotland; the. United Slates of mnerica, France, India, -c. Terms -f Saubsciiptiono air, criditlOs. per quarter, rEash Ss.; the quarters ending 20th November, OhtFebrsary, ,20.May and 20th .A.ugist, in each year respectively;' to-some one of which periods all resignations must 'previously. refer. No resignation shill be accepted without payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per ,ons becomning subscribers after the commence went of any quarter, will rn that case ooly be iharged from the period they commenced.sub Esaebiog. Each advertisement will be charged at the rate of 3a. for the first six lines, and 3d. fo...
COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
COLONZi.L MATICETS, CAnFtreP LY CORaCCTED Ut' TO TaInLATErST DATs... : 'PORT PHIILLIIP. Flour, first...: 1 2 0' Brcad, 4,1bs ..... 1 0" Seconds..;....: 1 0 0" Potatoes, ct... 0 14 0 flation........ 0 17 0 Beef, lb......0 0 0 . Wheat, bushel.. 0 G 6 M:uton ..:....0 0 3 Maize. .. 0 6 0 Pork ,.0.......0 0 t; Bran, yer 20tb. 0 2 0 Yei ......... .0 . LAUNCESTON. 'Wheat, bushel..0 0 0 iBeef, perltb...0 0 G Barley ........ ( 5 0(i Mftton.... ...0 0 5. Oats ........0. 4 6 Pork.:;........ 0 - Flour, firsts., OS 0 0 Veal..........0 0 9) Seconds...... 16 0 0 Bitter......0 u1 0G Thirds....... 14 0 0 Bread, 41b . ..0 0 10 ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel...0 0 Floaur, firsts,..28 0 : Bran ,...., ..0 1 ..4 Seconds.....,20 0 0 Barley... ...0 4 0 Beef,perlb....0 0 4. Oats... ...0 7 0 'Mutton .......0 0 4. M aize ........0 6. 0 Pokl:.... .......0 0 Potatoes, ton 10? o0 B0 Butter , O , SYDNEY. Fineflour1001bs.£1 0 0 Becf, perlb.....0 t15 Seconds ..'......017 0 Mutton ....... 0 +4 Thirds. .. .. 15 0 Rum, inban...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
LOCAL INTEL.LIGENCE. crrsr.-Tlce Committee meton Monday, and Mr. Blair read the dispatchefa fom his Ilonor the Superintendent and Colonel Barne'v, the co lonial engineer, by which it appearcd. that the plan forwarded by Mr. Wiseman had been dis approved of, for many r:easons, the principalbe ing the parsimony of the government. The Committee decided on recommenlding the- Go vernor to send down a qualifiedpersontoinspect a the proposed site, draw out a plan, and call for tenders. This was the moast advisable determi nation they could' arrive at, as it will do away t with a great deal of governmentprocrrsination. New lRoAa.-VWe have the pleasure to an tnounce that Edward IIenty, Esq., arrived from the Plains with his drays loaded withwool, by a t line of road which that gentleman describes as "new andl good." This is the best nesws Port land at this time could hear. - T'l. Fox.--'lTisveescltay behourla expected in the Bay. On the departure of the Scally Ann from Williams' Town, the .o...
WASTE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
WASTE I ANDS.a .mso coIT AND sc--3 V:ezz.CT. ---- AP. c XXXVI.--A.%" ACT io?R REGLATIN?G TH-Z SAL of WJIASTF. L.NST D Ie LONGI:NG TO THE CEOTN IN TIlE AiT .- LI.. ? . COL':: ES. . 1 :u - . 1. ', i s e _i zn "?. a a n : f o .-n -. svytem of disr,,s-ing e f the wte i.;d cf :h._ c'rolwn n in he Austraaia?. C-fOS-is C shc' l b_ . ,-t: -h'ad : BIe it en u5r: . by t:he Queen's onn t Exco er" t M=-:es:v ' r d -; tle . - ,ice ad cc::sen: of t.e ,.iords spiritua'~id •tempo-ne , ani Com=fe.s, e" tzis prc-en: Parlze.n .-n t .r?;-e mbl l d, and by the authe.-: i" of th:L· c.:e:. ta :;;-thin the Am:ralian C'uonieor t w?it' aste Tants of the Crown sh'ar be d-hre ind ofi.. a r ::,ne r z.and cc:d.i oh the rgC:"Ia:..ns her: i:: . :er recri;bed .. d • o,! i f c ,ien~tC: e°: ,c ! 4by d e, i^. th~.: 1i. And "- itsc .ca d.atted:hath 'e-rI? a of the Crown in the .i ';trc:L colcrnizs EI i n:: be con'vered or aliln.td b her . M jsi-~:. Or any peron or peirsons, O:,g of thei i'ialf eiforu'uder the ? utnc:i:...
THE DISSIPATED HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
THiE DISSIPATED HIUSBAND. 11= C::ner noýt;: I .me mat h-1hemoon go do. a But :et he conme? n.rt Once it ws c:; -: lie ti:.inr tc: ho thsa2e li:tle teas do fo-, t::i'e he holds his tlot in that twn c!t . ?i.l come, and c.ite, and 1 t.-I woa : .t: he will.-XAe :ny inf".: .r. in I--?, i ;lend iS feeble -.±! ; :-;:*. tear. t *th how I love a mre.- a? -a:cb to keep, (O :t thos sleepir.? eve. * t :mile .-?eh ezers yli heart. though r-.k in s~- ". x'd -.o deep. I h.ad a hu:sbmen c~a, w -uE; Zow 1 . _ E r e : r e a r s a .-.r - e .n ? -' . b ut -et, I ca -r. : h ^-:e . " there 3e:e =: s \1-o I could h-- eCr cre: o, his .ye, And T~rne rh o s:c - : i --? a s:it ss by, I loved him th:n; he !oved tr.e :o ; ,my ea::t Still fuds i_ a : .-css eaise, if he :.a-ile; Thie n. eor; d cur lovs wr:i ne er depart, 'io::-gh he oia ten s:ir.c me with a dart, Yent-S d and rV Sd. ard ^citos n" on ta, vie. ('are?".ss .hich i.s ha -od :e sh- ol share. 'Thcugh he shod: spc?ý me. I "will caLhnl h?r His mxi-c4s; e...
COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
COMMEIt.A- L & M! -tRNE NEWS. The barque lrona was expected to sail for England,. direct from Launceston, on the 10th instant. Her Majesty's brig Deagle, Captain Stokes, arrived at George Town, on the 25th ultimo, from a crulze. Su .n-er Roca orr Tur. Cl? nDE VERDs. Bona Vista, Cape de Verds, July 4th, 1842. Sir,-I have the honour to report, for the infor matiosi of the underwriters at Lloyd's, that the steamer, Phwni., Emanuel IIarrington master, bound from Erennoch to the CapeofGoodHopr, put into Port Paris, St. Jago, in great distress, having touched upon a shoal at the north-east, poiint of this islanid on the 24th ultimo, at half "past teal at night; supposed distance from land 22 or 23 miles, and lat. 16 19 N., and long. 22 G2 W. It is also supposed to be the Sunbeam Shoal, upon which the Charlotte- was lost in April, last. year. The Phrni.r, at the time of thle accident, was under sail without steam, and drew I11 forward and 12"' feet aft,. and the place injured is at...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
SN.-IPPING INTELLIGENCE. -S &LED. Dec. 17.-jischooner SALLY Ass, "Captain Curm ., master, for 'ortFatr'-. --- - )ec. 19.-Tip. schooner NAtAn. Mfalloch. mssaster, fr,- I..llobLa .&i=7; -,r`-gr-C. .'Whyte, Esq. Dec. 19- Thle barque SocRATES, Grant; master, for Lainceston, via Port Fairy. IMPORTS. Cargo of the 3,I::EnvA.--2 bags flour, 3 packsa ges hardware, S coils rope, 12 cases ale, 10 cases stout, I cask ironmongery, 10G kegs nails, I bag pep per, 20 cases pickles, I package blocks, 879 broad paling, I cross cut shw, Tulloh ; I bag sugar, I box tea,. bags rice, 1 bag hair, I case sundries, 1 pack age sugar, 10 jars spirits of tar, 1 bundlepickles,; bundles scythes, 1 ditto handles, 120 bags flour, 0 Ihds. stout, 2hlhds. rum, I ditto brandy, I tierce to hacco, I case raisins, 2 cases currantt, l case loaf :ugar', 1 case straw hats, 12 cases bottled beer, 2 cases corrosive sublimate, 2 cases carbines, 5 chests, 8 half chests, 5 quarter chests tea, 9 kegs nails, 6i gri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
nor fMelbcurnme. II?E well-known,; fst-s.il .ing scheoontr SAT iT A:, , Cuciemins, master, will sail for . the above port on Saturday, ? ?cý3 (this day,) 24th instant; For f:eight or passage apply to IIEN'l'Y BROTELtSRS. Portland. 1 December lt, 19, 2. F? Launcenston. T 11E well-knotwn Schoone.r, M or.r!iv., Fawthorp, mis ter, will snil for the above port " on Saltrday, (this day,) 24th in Sstant. iFor freight or passage ap. .ply to IIENTY BPROTIItERS. Julia-street, Dec. 19, 1812. CAUTIO'T. N'TOTICE IS IS HEIIEBY GIVEN, that if any I person- or persons are found depasturing cattle r slheep, or riding after cattle, on any partof omy runi at the D)ouble Con:er,and on the right of the liridge wate - r,.v!, after this'date, witlhont may penmission, they will be dealt with as tihe law directs. OWEN ltlELY. IP,rtland. Dee. 1l, 1S12. . 7OTICE. OTICE is hereby given that Mr. Trevor - Winter is not, nor everihas'been, a part ner of the firnl of Messrs. Winter Brothers, on the Wannon ; nor ha...
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN.DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The whale fishery has been a total failure. What little oil was obtained, was seal cod oil, was from£30 10s. to £21 per ton; no south ern oil in the market.-H. T. Advertiser, Nov. 52. LIEUTENANT FRIEND.- We have much pleasure in stating that, accounts have been received this week from Mr. Friend, announ cing that he is rapidly recovering from his recent severe accident, and that he may be expected at his home in the course of a few days---lbid. Charles Compton Abbot, the youngest son of the late Major Abbot, has been ga zetted to an Ensigncy in H. M. 13th Li ght Infantry, now serving in Affghanistan uder Sir Robert Sale, the hero of Jellulabad. Mr. Compton Abbot is is native of this colony. Ibid. Francis Smith,Esq., son of Francis Smith, Esq., of Campania, was called to the bar, by the Honourable Society of the Temple, ha ving previously obtained the highest ,premi um awarded by the London University, for the sciesice of juris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 December 1842
LETTER-rP 1L,:. p3, ZITTI t Er.n DCSCRlrTrOtr, INCLUDING A3MP IILETS, cIRCULARS, DILL-TIADS, LAW FORMS, IIAND-BILLS, CARDS, &C.. &C., .ecuted with.. ne tness and depantch, AT TitE zREW 21AL Pfl?330EiTB r Ow]E, .GAWLER-ST11EET, TVBLISINO -OFFICEn OP..TIIE pORTLAMND. GUARDIAN, WOOL. 1iE Undersigned' are purchasers, or will ad vance oin Wool consigned to their friends, lessrs. IBuckle mid Co., London: IIENTY BRIOTIIERS. uia-street, Portland,} August 18, 1842. bsA'iei·n the tore 'of theo Jdersigned, LOUIt,'first, secoiids and thirds Oats ;ran, pollard indoawglass 8 x 10, 1b x 12, 12 x 1. lint, red, green, white and black ilat oils, turps': ugar moist and refinmed " o ? e -. Cap, tawres's sisias, Muscatel:and Cape 'arrants, figs, prunes, dates reserved fruits, jams-: ickles, quart and pint, (in eases) auces, mustard 'iir, fine and coarse, in casks, bogs and baskets ron pots and camp o vens of sizes tapes ýeese, English and Dutch, colonial butter inegar, whitening. Treascl...
OLD FRIENDS TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842
OLD FI EZDS TOGETHER. COh! ti:hes s'veet when res:, mret, Wth rin's sweet:e brnth Baroun e1:m; Ad r-ee" t"he cost when heat: a-ce lba.! If t:e e :eeve have founi them: A.._ s te's mnni that ull car findw e: sno?'t can be so creet to sce As 0 a11 :rreda nct t':E:.r! Thare do:ys of id whn yonuth :as buld, And "ime s:ole wins to speed i., Ana.:outh ne'er knew how fst ri:n file:, :k::_a:Lug dil ro:' heel it! Thaugh cesv ea:h brow that meets us now For ae 5~- as i t a- weathed - Y ei nouT: e:.n b- sa sswve::o Lee, s 2.??-?: i"?"ie-ds 1:ge:hen . 'The rw- le: o ,:J-;n, that YL.:13 have .ow?.n, Ti:h te:r- ' . L.t ri-..ashibl) e?a? ; A hauh : cheer, p?e^ .c.C A gtan, "'o sahlee a Llend's distr-ese. a::. he'Lp'l .a tried, -still side bh side. A i?icd n to :.e harl weather: sOh, thus ma w't yet joy to see ata::t rcld faidads tgealc !t
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. .w BnweRY.--Captain Dunbar, a passen by the Gle?iswlly, has brought out with him the peraphernalia for the' establishment of a w?ry in Melbourne.-Ilerald, LIious IiNT? CAcu.--The licensing act di ts that in certain cases the Chief Police .Ma trate must be a consenting party.' The'Mu. ipal Corporation Act invests the Mayor with supreme magisterial 'authority,--so that in matters alluded to, the Mayor muetbe the eipalagent. Butagain the first mentioned. provides,t that no magistrate being a brewer, Itter, or impdrter of spirits shall In any cas "ea thority on occasions relative to pub-. houses, under a penalty of one hundreds ds." What is the opinion of the town Clerk, lie legal adviser to the Mayor, on this sub ?. Must not his.present Worship resign el his chair or his brewery ?-Ibid. LW MAObsTiRATcs .The Governor having resoed his dete'mination to appoInt the Syd Aldermen to be \xnagistrates for that town, Silar honor wills iys matter of course be c...
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842
FOREIGN INTELLEGENCE: CAPE OF CoOD.HOPE. The most important and interesting in. telligence from the Cape- is the capitula ting of the Dutch Boers at Natal with Colo nel Cloete and Captain Smith; the first is, a solemn declaration from the Boers of sub mission to her Majesty's authority. 'The Government and the Colonial .Press are di vided in their opinion upon these terms. The Government assert, "that under the peculiar circunmstances of the case, no tther. line ofconducnet could have been pursued from which their could have been expected to re s?ult a;settlementso satisfactory." The Press 'argue, that " the very fact of treating'with the insurgent Boers at all, .is; under the cir cumstances, inexplicable. -Terms . should have been dictated, and a complianice withl them imperatively claimed. What colonist hereafter, whether of Dutch or E;nglish ex traction, will regard his loyalty as the] pallas dium of his rights; what disaffected personi will now dread to lift the standard ofrevol...