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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

TO CORResaSPONENTs. A Constant Reader" is inadmissible in its pre sent shape; " extortion" and "robbery" are rather severe terms, as applied to hisfriend Esculapius.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

FOREIGN INTELLZGENCE. a INDIA. a TIuE September Mail from England has'coi- e veyed the gratifying intelligence that Lord Ellenborough has resolved to terminate our connection with Affghanistan, in a way the best calculated to restore our national i, honor, and to maintain peace within our own territories. IIe directed General Nott to ad- S vance to Ghuzni and' Cabul, and to retire 4 through Peshawur, after having planted our standard on those fortresses. To have with- 1 drawn from 'the country without the recap ture of these citadels, at the dictation of the individual who had imbued his hands in the blood ofourEnvoy, leaving in his hands the trophies of victory, would- have inflicted a i blow on our public reputation, from which f we should not have recovered for many years, . and have given birth to disaffection and even tual revolt in our own provinces. But the triumphant march of General Nott, through 1 the length of the land of Candahar to Cabul, the re-occupation of the last f...

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THE APPLE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

TIIE APPLE OF LIFE. That bright dream of pa'rion which only may be In life's rosy morning poured over the brain, When once it dissolves, as a rainbow might flee, Or n ithulrar;, as tlhe white noon sink; over the main Oh! the appleuf lifehas been phucked from the tree, Anl the leaves, the leaves only remain. 'Tis true we may yet with the ?.:ousa and free Be numberedv in Vauity's flu:ter;ng ;r:n; The bright tl.:i.gs of nature yet!:revciou, may be, And tlie load-star of bealuy attrac: us again Yet the apple of life hao been pluctIed from the tree, Anod the fi.ding Icaves only remain. But wheo, in the wrveord's crue:l strntgles we see Our thpectrole.ldcdown like the grass of the plain, Oh then-as the Ianished gaze h]loneward-of thee, 'lTonu hriht dreamt,ilt despair,we are dreaniamlgagain For tihe apple of life has been plucked fromrthe tree, And the bare blranches only remain. Ctt. stt.Es Inlaurer.

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

PORTLAND GUIADIAN AND NORMANDY i?rA. AuDVETIsCn is published every Sa aqi orniiy, and iminedliacly forwarded to i l,'t of the province; and by the earliest Mrin to the fjdllouirin places :--Sldney, art' 'wzj. J'rt Phiillip, Launceslon, tih ,.lratlrp Sirea; Rliver, Nýw Zealand, Capqe of Good tHope; and lo the Mauritius, lid, ireland, anw Scotland; the United Jr oif ,ierjica, .'lance, Inlia, i-c. Terms iubscritjtion are, credit 10s. per quarter, is.e; tiic quarters eadling 31st of lfaure/h, " June, 30thSeptember, and 31stDec., in Jyear respectivell; to som oe one of i/ic ds all. resignations must previously refer. resignation will be acceptedutilhout payment ie cirre:t ejuarter and all arrears. IJer becomini.y ubscribers after the commence of an, .iarter, will in that case only be yedfro::I 'he period they commenced sub-. ,yn. ,Eatch advertisement will be charged. e rate of 3s. for thefirst six lines, and 3d. every line beyond si., for each insertion. ertisements will be reeeiled unti...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

MISCELLANEOUS. SAwNTaulTr oI S!otII;o.-Small tobacco pipes ofan ancient form arefrequently found in Ireland on digging or ploughing up the ground, particularly in the vicinity of those circular entrencllhnnts called Danish forts, which were mostprobably the villagesor set tlements of the native Irish. In the first volume of the " Anthologia ilibernica," there is a print of one which was found at Bannoclstown, county Kildare, sticking between the teeth of a human skull : and it was accompanied by a paper, which, on the authority of lHerodotus, Strabo, I'omponius, Miela, and Solinus, goes to prove that the northern nations of Europe were acquainted with tobacco, or an herb of similar proper tics, and that they smoked it through small tubes-of course long before the existence of America was know. The arguments in favour of the antiquity of smoking receive additional support from the - discovery of several small clay pipes in the hull of a ship found some years since, when excavating a ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

SIIPPZNG INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Jan. 16-The schooner NA4sD, Malloch, master, from Hobart Town. Passenger-Mr. J. C. Anderson. Jan. 17-The schooner MINr.avA, Fawthorp, master, from Launceston. Passengers-Mr. Wiseman, and 7 others. Jan. 17-The brig Fox, Irvine, .master, from Blackman's Bay. SAILED . Jan. 16-The schooner NaiAD, for Adelaide, -with part of original cargo. IMPORTS. Jan. 16-Cargo of the schooner NAIAD, from Hobart-Town-1 cask slops, Claridge ; 3 chests" tea, 1 cask groceries, I bale wool bags, I pack age slops, I ditto ironnongery, 1 ditto saddlery, 1 ditto gumns, 1 dray boxes, I pair cart wheel, Wirte:.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. G?OVERNoa GAWLE'as BILLs.-£125,00has been voted by parliament for the liquidation of these drafts, and £35,000 additional is to be 'raised on colonial debentures, secured on the resources of the colony of South Australia, atfive per cent. interest, to be made redeemable at the end of five years. The colony will have to pay annually the amount of interest,' nearly £1800.-South Australinn. Froin Saturday night to Monday morning, we had constant showers of heavy rains, with such gales of wind, that we must calculate on one half of the ripe corn to be beaten out. Ibid: NEW JURY AcT.-In'yesterday's Gazette, the ,abstract of a new Act to regulate trials by jury is published for general information. In look ing through this abstract, it appears to us shat an Act framed upon the principles laid down, will be calculated to answer the end in view. The'. principal alteration in theo old system prolosed to he made by the present enactment, is the substitution in certain cases o...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1843. THE SUPERINTENDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

IORTLAND GUARDI ANI, And lNormaunby General Advertiser " TO PKOTEcr OUR RIGHTS--NOT TO INFRINGE UPON 'IIOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1843. THE SUPERINTENDENCY. AT the time the highest office of the pro vince was created, a general expectation had been formed that a Lieutenant Gover nor would be the officer appointed to fulfil the responsible duties of the situation. The disappointment is not readily conceived, only by those who witnessed its effects, and par took of its pains, when the public announce smentwas made that thehome ministry, in the plenitude of its wisdom, and in the exercise of its arbitrary authority over the colonies, had decreed that its highest officer should be a Superintendent ; the utmost extent of his prerogative, obedience to the will of another; and the defined limits of his es tablishment, a single clerk. The " pins-head policy" of ultra W~ligery never led any one to be suspicious that an elaborate British expenditure on an highly promising province...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

FO.EIG: INTZLLLtG TCý. AMERICA. The followisig letter presents a remarka hly vivid and true,pictum of the financial silnation of the United States at the present tim'.. : " New York, Aug. 7. " The cry of'hard times' has not bhcn so loud for many years as it is at the present time. The- rich as well as the poor, feel deeply the depression s:lhiclhprevails throug out the country. Merchant-, mechanics, and operatives, from the highest to the lowest classes, are struggling against the disasters which have recently conice upon the nation in rapid succession, reducing it from an ar tificial prosperity to a state of bankruptcy and ruin. The faciilities for obtaining large b:mns in England upon nominal securities have been far several years past so easy, the ruinous system of granting long credits in every branch of 'rade, and the rapidity with which fortunes have been made in specula tions, have all tended to make the people believe that the nation was really in a more prosperous candition...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

COLONIAL ZNTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. We have received the VanDiemen's Landpapers to the 12th instant, from which we extract the following intelligence : The new Court of Requests' Act is about im mediately to come into force throughout the whole Island, with an extended jurisdiction to £30. The caterpillar is an insect that is daily be coming more troublesome, and the farmers in the neighbourhood of Launceston have suffered severely from its ravages. The case of Pugh v. Haygarth was tried be fore Sir.John Pedder, Chief Justice, and one of the mostrerspectablo juries everimpannelled, for malicious prosecution; damages were laid at £1,000. The jury, after an absence of about fifteen minutes, returned with a verdict for the plaintiff, £250 damages.: ,, By the Royal Sovereigt, the Bible Society has received a large assortment bf bibles and testaments of every description and in vari ous bindings, which will be for sale at the depository, Mr. Best's, in a few days.- Launceston Exami...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

TTF;:R-PRESS PRINTING EtY DLSCRIrTION, INCLUDINSO PAr311ILETS, IRCULAIS, DILL-IIADS, I.AW FOtIS, P0 IINND-Ir.iLLS, CARDs, &C. &s., ., uted with neatness and dcspatch, AT TILE GAWLER-STREET, PrUBLISiHIN OFFICE OF TIIE ORT11 AND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. IE Undersigned are purhasecrs, or will ad vance on WVool consigned, to their -friends, rs. -Buckle and Co., London. JIENTY BIROTHERI S street, Portland,} gust 18, 1842. ale at the Stores of the Undersigned, UOUR, first, seconds and thirds Oats , pollard dow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12,'12 x 1. t, red, green, .white and black t oils, turps r moist 'nd refined , lawes's ins, Muscatel and Cape lants, figs, prunes, dates crved fruits, jams Ics, quart and pint, (in cases) ces, mustard , fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets Ipots anld camlp ovens of sizes esc, English and Dutch, colonial butter egar, Whitening. acle ther, sole, kip, kagaroo andil dressed sheep skins cksmiths vices ' SIs, batten, clasp and clout, of sizes to, shing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

For Launceston. c T lHE well-t.nwts Schoonn. tl MI1NERFA, Faw orp, a- d ter, wili sail fur the above por: tl io a fe..; da. Far freight or tl passa.ge apply to IIENT] BROTHERS. Julia-street, Jan. 19. IS3. - Just published, and now for Sale.. PaRcE '2. 6d., AT TIlE GUARDIAN OFFICE, . N ACT for the Future Government of New i . S%.th Wale,, as it plased the luiperial Pa: li.tnmet on the 30th July, 1842. A. thin most important measure will soon be in active operatiou, no one ought to be witnout a copy o. the Nem Ctu.titu.io.. tsader which Lis adapted cou:try?.will it fuure te hgoreaned. Ponrland, Jan. 6. 1 43:. CiELAPSIDE HOUSE. B EGS to inform his friends and the pullic generally, that he has received, ex Es e s?.g0u , a considerable addition to his already well-selected stock, and which, for ?aULIrr and rate::, he may safely venture to say will defy cotnpetition. V. UB. conceives it would be useless to eau mnrate every article in a stock comprising so great a varieyv. Suffice it to sa...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

C31YMEPCIAL & MRILPNft NEWS. T'ie Vlvnrcrtve.-'lThis fine ship will sail on londay for Port Artlhur-Sydney--Tahili and Vslpna-aiso, in the Southern Pacific, and touching of coarse at the usual ports in the Southern Atlaatic-home- furrajs Retiewe. The Ila.ard was one of the Chinese squadron, and waO elgagtsd durinlg' the war blockading the ports. She is to be stationed here in rooum of the Fauori:.. It was nmuoured previous to thle sailing of. the hlazrd, that nhtlheir man-of-war would be dispatched from China to be stationed at this port. The Hazard spoke the following vessels:-Dcc. 8, the' Prince of IWales, from Lontun humid to New Zealand, 'with imtmi g.rasntt, off King's Inland, outnincty-eight diys. - Tho Chlur,.from China, Ihond to London, iiL the Strair snfSunda, onthe 23rdOctober. Same dnv p?isind the Canada, at the entrance of the St ai~t of B1nc%, but did not accertain her des tination. Oct. 30, spoke the harque Peruvian, of Dundee, off Anjier, from Honkong, bound t...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

SYD?NEY. t CAPT.AIx O'CONsELL. -A meeting of l Captain O'Coinlell's election committee was l held yes:erday evening to report progress, f whcn it was announced that "upwards of 2,500 electors had proposed to vote for him, one-tlhird at least of whom were.plusmpers. As the supporters of Bland and Wentworth c necessarily split their votes, the result of the I canvass is decidedly favourable to O'Connell t up to this time.-Australasian Chronicle. COLONIAL BEEF.-A meeting was held r yesterday, at the Royal Hotel, for the pur pose of considering the best means of estab lishing the highly important and necessary practice of curing colonial beef. A com mittee was appointed to consider the matter and to report to a future meeting.-Ibid: .NEws AND iUMBOURS OF TiIC DAY.-Ir. Mlilford, who lately arived in Sydney by the lHamlet, bears an 'appointment to the office of Master in Equity in the Supreme Court in this colony.- A shark fourteen feet six inches in length, and twelve feet in girth was t...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

. PORTLAND PRICE CURREI, WIIOLSALE rRICES. It Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - 011l - draught, per barrel, Ashby's 11i per flid. ditto - * Ii -- per barrel, burton -... 1 I Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - -. 1 - Hoare's, -- - - . Ill - bottled, Taylor's,. - - 0ll aecon, per lb., taking the flitch - 0 1 Beef, lambtro', per barrel - 311 - East India, ditto - • I i Bran, per bushel, - - , 0 Il Bricks, per thousand, - - Il Butter, per lb, - - 0- 1 Candles, English, per lb, - ' " 0.11 ---- Colonial ditto - • 0' Cheese, "English, per'lb. - 01I - Colonial . - 0 09 Canvass, per bolt - - 1111 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from I II Coffee, per cwt . - - - - 111 Corks, per gross .- 0 II Deals, per foot - , - - - Flour, firsts, per 100lbs. - - 1 lI - seconds, ditto - - - 1 I Fruit, raisins, per lb. - 0 Ii ---- currants, ditto - 0II Grain, wheat, per bushel - - 01I - barley, ditto - - -01 ---oats, ditto - 11I Gunpowder, per lb - 0 1 Hams, ditto - - Hlay, best description, scarce . * 9111 Iron, a...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST [?] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

COLONAL y??La) CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO TE LA PORT PIIILLI'. Flour, first.....1 2 0 Bread, 4b Seconds....... 1 0 0 IPotatoes . Ration......... 0 17 0 1leef, IbII . 0 l Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton .. 0 Maize.... ...0 6 0 P'ork "0 Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal .....tl LAUNCESTON Wheat, bushel..0 6 0 c, pere b Barley..... ..0 . 0 Mttoer.. Oats..........0 4 60 Pork . Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Veal.. 0' Seconds...... 16 0 .0 Butter..,, , l Thirds........ 0 0 Bread, 4lb ,,,,O ADELAII)DE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsts,?,.1 Bran..........0 1 4 Second, ....;..t Barley........0 4. 0 Beef, per lb.,,.0 Oats........0.. 7 0 Mutton ....... 0 Maize ........0 06 0 Pork .....,, "0g Potatoes, ton..10 0 0 Butter . SYDNEY. Fineflour 100lbs.1Cl 0 0 -Beef, perlb.,;;, Seconds ........0 17 0 AMutton....I, Thirds..........0 160 Runs, inboat?.O Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy.....I. 0t Maize ...........0 4 0 Sugar, pertonsio Barley .......... 3 6 Tea, per chdtt,.l Oats............0 4 3 Tobacco, inl~dl ,lay, per...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1843. THE CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIOGITS-NOT TOINFRINGEPPON THOSE OF OTIIERS." SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1813. THE CONTRAST. TIAT nothing material may be unadvisedly or inconsiderately done in reference to the New Constitution for the government of the colony, at least so far as we may be con cerned, and this district interested, we have thought it desirable to call attention to the altered relation in which it will stand, in re ference to other districts and to the colony generally, on the coming into operation of the important measure referred to. That there will be a chang e of the most vital and extensive kind throughout every part of the settled districts of New South Wales and that their financial relations will be materi altered, there can not be a doubt; eacll dis trict will be placed on a different footing in relation to its own concerns, and in relation also to the affairs of others ; and whetlher this change is likely to be for the better or...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. CIVIL WAn.--The Melbourne 'lown Council is in a state of total disorganization. A most pestiferous comnmunity of nischief makers than that of Melbourne, never before we venture to assert, existed within the limits of the British Empire." We canitot folloiv 'thbn through all theirnatic tricks; but we are gratified to learn that the opinion, of the correctness of which wee have not the shadow of adoubt, that the Coun cil is an illegally constituted body ; that all its acts are illegal ; and thatconsequentlyeveryand all of the rate-payers will bejustified in refusing to pay taxesintposed by it, in which reflisalthey will no doubt lie supported by tihe judges ; we are gratified, we say, that these opinions are fast gaining ground so that Melbourne will ere long be reduced to an equality with Geelong, in the possession of a Local Council under Lord Stanley's Act.-Gazette. MutrsatsTcv.-On Monday last, theSupreume Court was opened pro foana, for the purpos...

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NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

.: NEW COUNTRY. E gave information, last week, of. the dis very that had been made of a tract of valu )e country, by our indefatigable surveyor, J. Tycrs, Esq., at a distance of not more an twenty-five miles from the township of rtland, and wvhich possesses all the dcsir le characteristics of the most favored spots Australia Feli'x. And indeed it may be estioned whether it does .not only rival, t even excel the most fruitful and on:hant ing places of the most fruitful and beautiful parts of this delightful province. Its direc tion from the Bay is north-west, and the line of road that leads to it is of such a descrip tion, that makes travelling easy, and is, moreover, capable of being made perma nently good, at a comparatively trifling cost. The richest and most fruitful part of this country is perhaps of not much greater ex tent than nine miles long, by a width vary ing from one to four miles, and containing, according to the lowest estimation, thirty square miles. Its soil is of a ...

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THE EARLY SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 28 January 1843

THIE EARLY SETTLERS. Hlow strange a dr:am it teems to tme, To tote now grey and old, To ponlder over hours, since whnich Full fifty years hove rolled! lut'hbu'y Alem'ry opens vet tler thickly crowded lpac, Whose ch!aracters I still can trace Undittmmed by toil or age. 1More vivid far those pictrecs'Rhe Than sctene s e nlew all ndl nigh, For vyouth's warm records, they are statttp'tl N' itlt menmorv's deepest dye. Again I see that far-off land, And heir the city's tin, And her, the gentle fair-hair'd girl, Again, in thought, I wint! Our heritage was youth aild love, " Aln hope with fairy wand, (Alh! !eriles oft would change for these Their sceptre, gold, and land.) lhlt time, which beauty makes or tnars, ihath silvered her fair hair, And dimmed her eye, yet still I read Affection's language therel Where then primeval forests stood, 'Tho vellow corn now bends, And withl the nearer hum of bees, Yon mill's harslr music blelnds! Our gradchild's chilhfren prattle round, While I tntse o'er...

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