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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

iORTiLAND -PIR CE, CU ENT, ..WIOLSALE PRICESi. i Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand : - - 0 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's ,- 1 i --- per hhd.ditto -,- - - 811 per barrel, burton - 7,11 Bier, Trueman's'stout, per hhd. -. a I, - Ioare', - 6 . 1 --bottled, Taylor's, - - - 01i Bacon, per lb., taking the fltchi - 1 Beef, Hambro', per barrel '- -ll9 East India, ditto - - - lI Bran, per hbshel, - - Bricks, per thousand; - - 1ll Butter, per lb, - - - - 0 1 Cui'les, English, per lb, - 0 It Colonial ditto , - - -01 Cheese, English,-per lb. - - - 0 I - -Colonial ' . 0 II Canivass; per bolt , - . - 211 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from I Caolfe,: per cawt. -'- -? . Corks, per gross - Deals, per foot " ; - Flour, lirsts, per 1001bs.-' -: - II --- seconds, ditto: - - - 1 41 Fruit, iaisins, per Ib. . . - - 0 -- currants, ditto - 0 Grain, wheat per bushel - + - 0I1 ----barley, ditto 0.--. . ---- oats, ditto - - .1 Gunpowder, per lb - 0.1 Hams, ditto 0,1 liay, best description, scarce - - 9 l Iron, assor...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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NEW ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

NEW ROAD. o noti of the new line of road which" Messrs. Edward and John Ilenty had made 'from the Plains to the Bay, in our last pub lication, was necessarily brief-we were only able to- make the announcement, and to describe it in two words, as ' new-and good." This week we have to add another word, thatit is short. The laconic descrip that the settlers who have travelled -the line since its formation, give of it, is, that it is "a thousand per cent. better than the old road, and much shorter," or one thatmaybe gone over in less time by nearly' htwo thirds, with but a tithe of the wear and tear of psoperty, less fatigue: of cattle, and without dehemage of goods.) -'Our last publication was scarcely issued, before the truth ofour statement was narrowly enquired into.' The drays of Messrs. Henty Brothers, .which had the previoils night come into town by the new road were, by some of our inquisitive town residents, carefully inspected, and 'to tihe astonilshment of the beholders, they...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

1I PORTLAND. GUARDIAN AND "NORMANDY - Gisii:AVERDTIVE ER is piublished every Sa Sturday morning,, and.imnmediately forwarded to erery part f the proinee,; andby the earliest Sportut to. thelfolowing, places -Sydney, :.oba?Jt ./'own,; " t 'Phillip, Launceston, South Australia,- Swaan Ricer, Nei Zealand, and Cape 'of Good Iope; and to the Mauritius, -E sllndJr eioM ,r d Scotland; the.. United States of . America; Trance, India, ?. Termi * of Subsct;ijit'ioo are, ,credit 1'O:. p;er,.+ quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 20th k ??vember, 20th February, 20 May. and 20th Autiigrt, in ea'ch year respectivily; to somne one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. No resignation will beacceptedwithout paymoent. of the current quarter and all. arrears.. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, will' nm that case. only be c harged from the period they commenced sub siribing. Each advertisement iwill be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

r1'FllE undersiged have received, in addition - to their ex.tensrive stock, per Sally Ann and Mtinerva: Corrosive Sublimate Sheep tobacco Spirits of tar Arsenic "Firat and scretlts flour .ea .Sugar 'I' bacc~, (ssrrsnta Raisins Btitled ale d 'ortcr ('ases ofcalicoes MAoleskin and cord trowsers Pahnl hats (Griodotones B Y sickles "Sythes Floorian bre;ds lund hltidle nail, llydratmlic pressed Van Dienen's' Land hIay,.&c. S. . &. IIENTY BROTH-IERS. LONDO I AI nT. (tA WLEiI-STRR EET, PORTLAND. { 'ESl'ECTbFULLY. intimates to the inhabitants of the town and district of Portland, that he has rescited, cx S.LL?..ANN, aln extensive and sell relected assortment of every description of toods, itcluding I a ies' Dresses, Capes,'Collars, &e., &e. iGentlemen's superior Clothing - a!uah Clothing Ihauts, Shoes, IHats Cloths, Moleskhns, Tweeds Eloankets, Vests in'great variety Mlanilla HIats and Caps Chlintz, &e., he., &e. " Alv lady or gentllemnan sant...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

COLONIAL IMtARRET3, CATREFULLY COLRECTED UP TO THI L:?TreLT raTE. PORT PHILLIP. Flour, first.....' 2 0 Bread, 4bs.... 0 .1 0 Seconds....... 1 -0 0- Potatoes, cwt...;'0l4 0 Ration.... ....0 17 0 Beef, lb .........0 0 Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton ..:. ...0 0,0 , Maize.........0 6 0 Pork ......0... 0 6 Bran,per201b. 0 2 0 eal ......0....0 0 0 LAUNCESTON. Wheat, hushel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb. 0 Barley........ 0 .5 0 Mutton.?..... 0 0 Oats..........0 4 6. Pork..........0 0 Flour, firsts..18 0 0 Veal..........0 0 P Seconds.... 16 0 01 Butter .........0 1 4 Thirds.......;l.4 , 0 "Brad,l41b ....0 0 10 S ADELAIDE. Wheat, biishel .0 8 0 Flour, firsts;..2 0 0 Bran.....;0..0 1 4' Seconds......20 0 0 Barley......... 0 4' 0 Beef, per lb...0 0 4 Oats.....;...0 7 0 Mutton .......0 0 4 Maize ........0 0 Porkl..........0 0 4 Potatoer, ton..10 0 0 Butter.........0 . 0 - SYDNEY. Fine'lourlO00ibs.dl 0 0 Beef. perlb.....0 0 , Seconds .......0 17 0 Mutton........0. 0 ` Thirds........015 0 oRum, inbond,..0 3?6 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

DIED, On Wednesday, Dec. 28, aged 4vears, GEORGE, son of Mr. Thomas Booth, Cabinet-maker, of this town.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

ENGLAN.D. S;.ATroxy CosnrTios or T}ie LASOrSoR:sG PruLraero:n.-'" Cleanliness," old Jdhn W,'es ivy was wont to say, "is next to godliness ;" and in fact there is a much closer connexioni betwesn physical anod moral purity than ma i- s susect. An cra.inent manufacturer of Leeds, who has upwards of GOD umen in his emplnlo, in the course of an e::amination in to the cdondiLt:s and' habits of the working population remarked. "It is alwrays an in 'ci::-ioa f !oaos?ess of charactl2, and a low •taniard of monal condu ct, to r c-eea otechanli in d05 or in s; :;'odihv othe. on Siudawr. fhh: " ,c-ars' ex rienaree." continues the samee -itmed wits, " les me to draw :a ~r l o'a ourae cn:lcluons1 as t tthe ftL iue ,e : e;s to mr ean o: suceess to him f, of :: wor:kman :whom I see in. dirt on .a?uday." The condition ofthe workman i's dwe!iing is no le s atlindex ,:f his morald hlbhis than his dress; and we a?srn osn :'ry :2crvte infornataio, that the dhpre.-i .o of ten"utment is practically the d...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

ENGLAND. IMPORTATION or FoarEIGN CATI.I: UNDexR TIIE No w Tauer,.--On Friday ten frie bullocks were offered at Smithfield. market, imported from Rsotterdanm by MAr Collins, also, a wlhite cowand calf of the buffalo species, which attracted great attention. These are the first that have made their appearance in this market under' the new tariff. which admits them at £1 duty. each. T'hey were sold for three guineas each, but, in consequene of tihe great expense of biinging themix over by steaml-packet, theyreturned a very tcifling profit, to the speculation importer. A considerable quantity of meat has been received froil the samne quarter and Hamburg, but it is very'inferior to our own and thatfrom Scotlatid, so meet with only a few buyers. MA. AND M.ACirc:naY.-In the year 1829 there were 2100 *operative cotton-spinners working it pair of mules averaging 300 spindles each. In that year it was resolved by the nmas ter spinners, that if any of them had mules ex ceeding 300 spindles the...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

INDIA.: ,JLLALAOAD -The remains of General ,Elphinstono ,wore.brought to. Jellulabad on the morting ofthe 30th April, escorted by two Affghans, aoid in a dreadfll state of de cbmposition. . The body' had been closed up in a coffin, and floated down the Cabul river by means of a raft ;-by its progress having been subsequently arrested by a party of Ghilzies-who; supposing it had been'sent from Cabul, seized it, and refised .to let it pass without the permission of Akbar Khan burial took place within the -walls of the: fort the same evening-a sad and solemn ceremony. • CAiBUL.-The aceounts received relative to the movements of' Akbar Khan have been chiefly of a very doubtful character, resting, as the most of them have .done, entirely on native report.,. Previous to there?urn of Captain Mackenzieo to Teecen the secolid time, Akbar, it .would appear, took his de parture for Cabul, along withllMajor Pottin ger, who he insisted should accompany him. -SA?vooa-On thi 8th May a skirmish. to...

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POLICE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

]'OLICE REPORT'S. Dec. 27-Willian Grice, ticket-of-leave hlid or, was brought up on a charge of drunkennes . Thlis being the first otfelnce, and the defendant. benring a character of general good conduct, he was discharged after a caution from the Police Magistrate, as to the probable. consequences of a second offence. Jonas Smith appeared against Robert Kibblc, claiming wages for work and lahourdone. After a rather lengthy attempi, at explaining the comn plicated.'tato of thtir accounts, and the nature and extent of the work performed, the matter int dispnute was. referred to arbitration by ruttual cbnsent.' : ' " Dec. 28-Jamnes Conolly, for drunkepness, .ý1 was finted 4.0s., h having 'bcun prohibited fromn drinking. • Dec. 29-Peter Aitehinson, Iaving pleaded guilty to thi charge of ldrunkennest preferred against htim;?for the second time, waslined 20s., or, in dcfault of payment,. 4S hoursa olitarycon-. finementt. * Doc' 30-Jamos Mackenzie, brought upp un der the Hired Servants Ac...

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MR. TYERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

AIR. TYERS' REPORT. BtJr few, we presume, of the inhabitants of the district of taste and reading, that eill not have" fallen in with the valuable pamp?: letpublishedsometimne ago by J.,C.Tyen, Esq., .being a report of an expedition to is certain the ,positioni of the 141st deerd Ea?t ilongitude, being the boundary lie between New- South Wales and Southi Au. tralia, by order of HisExccllency SirCGeerga Gipps. At the time the expedition was undertaken, a great deal of interest was excited as toits ultimate termination, both in New South Wales and South Australia. The objet which was intended to be accomplishedby, the undertaking was of some importance; and had tlhe'Glenelg been navigable atits entrance from the sea, a greater degree of consequence would have attached to the pro' ceedings of the asurveying party tian now. appears to be connected witll it. Still it i of vital importance that the 'divisional line between the provinces of Southl: Austrl and Australia Felix, should be cla...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1842. SPECIAL SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

POI1TLAND GUAlDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PrIOTECT OUR RIOITS-NOT TO INFRINorUroE TIHOSE or OTHERS." SATfRURDAY, DECLMBERi. 31 , 18i12. SPECIAL SURVEY. A orSrLEsEiAN from Sydney, we understand, has, by virtue of the purchase of a special sur veyeorder, been during the pastwcekatPort Fairy making a selection among the fertile lands of that neighbourhood, which he intends to divide into convenient grain farms of fifty acres each, and to let at first to inidustrious men at a mode rate rental, in order to their being brought into: extensive cultivation. It is yet a point, we hear, undecided whether the selection Will be a llowed as far as the Port Fairy Bay, or whe ther the Government will mark a township in that locality, and keep the special survey five miles therefroms. Weoshouldalmostfeel inclined to think, if a township had not been determined upon by the Government previonslyto the order having been taken out, they would not, after the selection had been made, depriv...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

SYDNEY. NEW ME.THOD OF CulIING MZAT.-A cor respondent of the Sydney Morning Herald, communicates the following mode of curing beef in the hottest weather:--Kill the bul lock, cut it up Immediately, whilst hot, into the usual sized pieces for salting; have ready a large iron pot, into which put the salt necessary for' curing, and make a fiie under the pot to heat the, salt; when tho roughly heated, use it as hot as possible,: rubbing it into the meat with coarse leather gloves to guard, the hands from the heat of the salt; pack the meat and press it all night, then' examine it next day, and rub again with hot salt whereverrequired ; put it into casks, cover with brine, and it willbeexcel lent. NEWS AND RUMOURS oF ?lHE DAY.-Con siderable damage has been'done, iis several parts of the colony by the 'bush' fires ivhich' have so extensively preailed at Sydney. In the nighbourhood of Parramatta, Castle Hill, Baulkham Hills, Seven Dials, &c.-a great portion of the standing crops ha...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

• MISCELLANEOUS. No: a OINOGREEK . a;SoIGT.--A shoe. .maker in Picadilly,' determined.to astonish the world had put.upa mottofroni Euripideas over: his vwindow.c. .Bannister happend;to be passing with Porson. "Thnt is Greek,".said: Bannister. ; What I. are you:.acquainted with Greek?". asked the. Professor, with a laugh. "I know it by sight" was the lhppy reply. A'- Giosr OuWITTED ago, a joke, too .good not :tb ti was played upon a jolly old worth. our inns, in the town of scion of the Bacchanalian schoeol derstood," laid.siege,to the-bottle. at for several days. Some of his companions being awareof the cic and thinkiicg that he was doing liard, agreed upon trying an eX'it1 e frighten him into more sober rrap being fixed upon for. the joke, a went, to the inn described, and ther his worship in a back parlour, - Gated, and fast asleep.. Whilsti t h parently happy state lie was taken id full-length inside a coffin, which hii .procured for the. job.. Having slepti receptacle for the de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

LETTER-PRESS 'PRINTING' F EVERY DESCRIPTION, .-INCLUDING PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS,' BILL-IIADS, LAW FORMS, - IIAND-BILLS, CARIDS, &C. &C., ecuted with neatneais and 'despatch, AT TILE GEWERAL krOMO p ©ig, . GAWLER-STREET;. PUDLISIIINO OFFICE .OF THE . PORTLAND GUARDIAN, - AT .: WOOL. ': " HE Undersignedl are" purchasers, or wi ,ad vance on Wool consigned to their f£ nds, lcssrs; Buckle"and Co., London. . . IENTY BROTII IS. ulia-street, Portland, n sale, at the Stores of the Undersigned,, LOUR, first; seconds and-thirds ' Oats. rran, pollard indow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 slat, red, green, white and black. asint oils; turps ' ". igar moist'and refined offee spIIaswes's disins, Muscatel and Cape. urrants, figs;, prunes, dates reserved fruits, jams ickles, quart and pint, (in cases)" sauce,, mustard - altah, fine and coarsein casks, bags and baskets ion pots and n camp ovens of sizes opes -hese,.English and Dutch, colonial butter inegar,whitenisg.':: reacle " eather, ...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

COVfMERCIAL & i?iARINE NEWS. The Cecilia reports the Royal Geore having .niled flno, ! ?.lallai tr Sydney about the begin ning of September. The Lawrence, the Laura, and the Sir Edward Pager, soailed fron Mlanilla tir this port about two weeks prior to the Ceci li ; and the S'kerne sailed also for this port the sune d?ay as the Cecilia. The bark Ilerald ar rived'at Mlanilla from China, and htad commen ced loading for Sydney; she was expected to sail ten days after the Ceeilia.-?lus. Chroid cle Decr. 3.. LosT' 0' TIun BaR Poa!Tr.-lThe Cecilia brings intelligence, we regrettostate, of the loss cf the brig Porter; Captain Hatclhinga, on the 3rd September last, on ai coralreefnamed North Danger. She left this port on the 11th-July last for Guam, and. having got to within five hundred miles of Manilla she struck against a reef on the night of thed 2nd September, and al thouth every effort was used by the Captain and crew to get her oil, all proved without effect, and at 10 a. m, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Dec. 29-The brig Fox, Irvine, master, from Melbourne. Passengers-Mrs. Irvinc and M1. T. II. Osborne. 'CLEARED. Dec. 30-The schooner MINERVA Fawthorp, master, for Launceston. Passengers-H. B. C. Marley, Esq., Mr. Bourne. Steerage-George Deane, Thomas Williams and wife, Margaret Young, W. Burns, Margaret Murphy, and John Green. Dec. 30-The schooner SALLY ANN, Cum mins; master, for Melbourne and Port Fairy. Passengers--W. Mickle, R. Walsh, Mary Has sett, E. Power, G. Howard, - Thompson and wife. EXPORTS. Cargo of the MINERVA,.-1 puncheon of seal skins, 100 sheep, 139 bales of wool. Cargo of the SALLY ANN.-6 baleswool, 2 an chors, 2 cables, 5 sails. For Port Fairy-10 bags sugar, 2 chests tea, 2 boxes raisins, 1 case slops, 1 package sundries.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 31 December 1842

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE? SRrTunxs.-Numbcrs of the old and respecta ble colonists of New South Wales and VanDie men's'Land, still continuo to return to their re spective towns and localities,.from which for a season they had departed on a visit to Great Britain. Ti'he late depression in mercantile and monetary affairs amongst us, if it have not pro duced any other good effect tbr the older colo nieso than this one, has produced' one valuable result, thatof driving back soine of its absentees to a scene of action that at once requires and deserves their presence. Tile Postfltmus and Dublin are vessels that may be inimed whose passengers are persons of tihe description alluded ' to above. TI'sis EncURY.-c r. TcII. Osborne, late editor of the Melhourne T'ris, has arrived ina Portland,; per .PFor. We ulnderstand Mr. O. has been engsiged as conductor of this journal, and we are decidedly of opinion that the pro- : prietors could noti have made oa better selectLini : Mr. Osborne intends to fill...

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STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND. MANCHESTER [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 7 January 1843

STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND. MAxcnIEwSTER.-For the last two or three weeks we have eadeavoured to be very guar ded in our remarks, and not to be too pre mature in notinga visable improvement in trade. The fact is now manifest to all, and not only is a large amount of business doing, but prices have also advanced. TRADE or LEEDS.-The transactions in woollens at Leeds, during the last week, have been vere extensive ; for, although the sales in both the Cloth Halls have improved on each market day, the \transactions there yve no absolute idea of the business done to order. The principal dealings have been in the finer sorts of cloth, and the fast colours suitable for the auttunn and winter trade. Leeds Intelligenccr. IIrDDERSFIELD 1MARKET.-AS the amount of business transacted at this market affords no criterion of'what is actually doing by the trade, it seems of little moment to record that on Tuesday there was a very thin at tendance of merchants at the Piece Hall, and the apparent tran...

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AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 7 January 1843

AUSTRALIAN PROSPmECTS. (From a Correspondent of the Times.) TWiEN, at the end of a very weary season, Sirius is in the ascendant, few will be indu-. ced to turn for solace to adjust registers of I commerce and finance, .There is imlch, however, ofa satisfactory nature with respect to thcse important subjects in the decennal I tables from 18.31 to 1840, which have been presented to both Houses of Parliament. the average annual exports of the produce r and manufactures ofthe United Kingdom ap pear to have been in declared value, during the first half of this period, about £400,000, 000, which had in;the five succecding-years advanced to an average of £50,000,000, per annum. About two-thirds of this vast com merce is carried on with the .inhabitants of populous countries, cithcl subject to our.do minion, or with whom it is our desirc:to live in amity. Its other branch flows into those permanent markets with British colonization has established, admits of grrat extension, and when estim...

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