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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

ENGLAND. INTELLIGENCE to the 5th October had been received in Hobart Town, from Great Britain by thie Earl Grey, the substance of which we succinctly lay before our readers: The Russian army in Circassia, has been totally defeated, with a loss of 5,000 men. A dreadful fire had taken place in Liver pool Parliament had been prorogued to the 10th November, The Marquis of Wellesley died on the. 231h September, aged 830 The King of Hanover was extremely ill, but was expected to recover. Lord Ashburton had returned to Eng land from America, and the alltlirs of his negociation were amicably settled. Her Majesty had returned from Scotland, and had never appeared in public or pri since her return, without some portion of her attire being composed of tartan of Scottish manufacture. The Archbishop of Canterbury was. don valescent. STEAM NAVIGATION.-Allusion was !nnse, a very short time back, in this journal, to thedis cou'raging situation of the various projects con nected with the steam navig...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOVERNMENT NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

GOVERNMENT NEGLECT. Oroattention, by the melancholy transactions oflheweek, has been naturally and irresisti bly drawn towards the neglected condition in which thie Portland District is miserably left, bya Government which is draining its resour ces, for the -purpose- of lavishing their pro reeds upon others more high favored. The destitute situation of our town, so far as ;overmnent aid is concerned, may be judged of by the plain fact, that although it has ex isted for upwards of two years, stands at the head of a flourishing district, and containis about six hundred souls, it is yet without a public or a private cemetery; and though its inhabitants, through the means of their olicers and their press, have been for some time beseeching the authorities "to give them a place where they may bury their dead out of- their sight," they are left in the same unaided condition as they were before their representations were made, with the additional grievance, that the expression of their wa...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

COMMwRCIAL & MARINE NEWS. WooL AND W~ooLLcS.--A very excellent work entitled " A Comprehensive History ofthe Woollen and Worsted Manufactures, and the natural and Commnercial History of Sheep, from the earliest Records to the present Period, by ,Iats Biscuorr, Esq.," was published in Lon donl in June last, and as it relates to a subject il which this colony is so deeply interested, we should think that a few copies of it would be readily sold.-M-1. BIscnuor is a gentleman who for nearly half a century Ihas been intinately connected with the wool trade in England, and being thoroughly master of the subject, has produced one of the most important publicati ons, on one of the most important subjects, that has been published for many years.-The work comlnlcrces with anl essay on ancient manufac tures anrd commerce, and then gives a history of sheep, and the manufacture of wool, from the time of NoA.t to the present period, with ab stracts,of all the ancicntrecords and enactments...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

VAN DIE3IEN'S LAND. Bly the fWill Watch, which arrived in the Bay as we were going to press, we have re ceived intelligence from Van Diemen's Land, to the 30th ult. There is but littlh moving in the sister Colony. Captain lMontague has bee:i gazatted to the secretaryship of Government at.the Cape.-A return in Van Diemen's Land to the Assignment Systean, under Captain Forster, is confidently spo:en of. By letters patent, Ilobart Town is cre ated a city, St. Davids a cathedral church, and Van l)iemen's Land a Diocese, under the designation of the diocese of Tasm.ania: We regret to learnt thtt the news respecting a. fire at Circular head .is confirmed. Mr. Gibson forwarded a note, by a sealer's boat, to the company's agent at Launceston, stating that he had just returned from Port Phillin, aid was sorty to find the stores belonging to tlh_ ecompany were burned down. The probable loss is not knownll.-L?atrcston Eol?samiaer. As the Legislative Council will reassemble on the 20th, we pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

?, ~ tHEfinefat-etnilitngeopper L ed Iand copper-hatenedi schooner RicHaRn alousa, burtihen 200 toune, is now air e±~ recady to reeive woul. For freight or pas iage apply to the captain on bo:.rd or to 1IENTY BRIOTUERS, Agents. Julia-street, Jan. 24th, S 13. Always on sale at the stores of the under signed, a GENERL:\ ASSORItTENT .of every des 1 :iticA of merchandise re.i.hite for settlers' use T",u i)iement's Land Lo.ths aid Shiogler Niw Zeatlatd fine in logs ie:eral very strong V'. D1. land Wool Drays. IIEN'TY B.ROT'IE1RS. Portland. I Sretembcerl, 1812. Just published, and now for Sale. Pilces 2s. 6d., AT TIHI GUARDIAN OFFICE, _N ACT for the Future G;overnment of New A South Wales, as it passed the Imperial .'ar liaitent on the 30th Julvy, 1842. As this most important measure will soon be it active operation, lno one ought to he without a copy of the New Con'titutioa uider which hil adopted country will in future be guvcened. Plortlatnd, Jan. Ii, 184S3. (IIE A. [PS[D E HIOUSE. 3 E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPI'II.ETS, cItCULARS, HILL-IIADS, LAW FORMS, AIIItND-BILLS, CAIRDS, &C. eC., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT TIlE GAWI.EI?I-STILEET, rUDBLISIINi r OrFICE OF Trll PORTLAND GUARtDIAN, AT WO OL. T IE Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad vsnce on Wool consigned to their friends, Messrs. Buckle and Co., London. JIIENY ]IROTIIEItOE Julia-street, Portland, August 18, 1842. J On sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, ILOUtl, first, seconds and thirds Onats Bran, pollard Windlow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 Paint, red, green, ehlIte and black Paint oils, turps Sugar moist and refined . Tea Coffee Sdap, Ifawes's Raisins, lfuiscatel aidl ttap Currants, figs, ponmes, dates Preserved fruits, jaons Pickles, quart and pint, (in cases) Sauces, nmustard Salt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes hopes Cheese, Englislt atd Dutch, colonial lllteIr Vioegar, whlitening. Trreacle Leather,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SunDr.N DrATrr.--We regret to announce the awfldly premature decease of Mr. William Frost, proprietor of the Portland Inn, a respected resi dent inl this town, which took place at an early hour on Sunday morning last, under the follow ing circumstances:-Mr. F. lehad nmide prepara tions for leaving the town for a brief periodsland oui Saturday evening he had been visiting some of hiis friendls, *prevoils to hls embarkation, and at a late hour (12 o'clock) that night, took a boat, in company with Captain Saunders and some others, ibrthe lpurposeof 'proceedling to the 5"allyAnn, then at anchor in thie lBay, and which was to have started oni the following morninlug for Melbourne. Soone tiase afterthe boat pushel off, he was observed to lean his head over the side, discharging the contentts of his stomachl, after which he lay dowlai inl the bottom of the boat, and so continued until the passengers were being taken on board the schooner; oni stirring Mr. Frost, lie was...

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MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 February 1843

MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE Thc criminal session was then opened in the usual manner by the Rev. Mr. Thom- son reading prayers, and afterwards the Queen's proclamation against vice, &c., the following jury was impannelled, viz:—Alex- ander McKillop, (foreman,) Alexander   McCrae, Archibald McLachlan, Hugh Mid- dlemas, Donald McLachlan, James Manning, William Monger, H. A. McMillan, Peter Murphy, William Mortimer, William McGuire, and James Marney. His honor then delivered the following address :— Gentlemen,—The stream of time has over- whelmed the year that is past, but the offen- ces committed in its progress, together with their punishment, are registered on the re- cords of this court, and present a fearful and warning monument. I have obtained the official return, which I will now read : Return of the number of offenders convicted in the Supreme Court, at Port Phillip, during the year 1842, shewing the offence, of which convicted, and the number ...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT, WlOSAI*E PRICE?S. C Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - - 0 16 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 6 10 i -.. . per lhhd. ditto - - - 10 - per barrel, burton - - 7 0 Boer, Truemtan's stout, per hhd. - - '7 o0 - Itoare's, - - - - - 610 1 _ bottled, Taylor's, - - - 0 16 Ilacon, per lb., taking the fllitch - - 0 II lleef, llamhro', per barrel . - - 5 10 1 - East India, ditto - - 6 0 IBran, per bushel, - - 0 1 BIricks, per thousand, . - - - 1 0 Iutter, per lb,, - - - - 0 I 0 Candles, English, per lb, - - " 0 1 - Colonial ditto - - - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. - - 0 1 - Colonial - - 0 016 Canvass, per bolt - - - 12 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 Cofbe, per wct. - - - - 5 120 Corks, per gross - - - 0 5 0 Deals, per foot - - - 0 0 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. - - 1 - seconds, ditto - - 1 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - 0 0 1 - currants, ditto - - 0 1 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - - 0 7 - barley, ditto - 0 7 0 - oats, ditto - - 0 6 0 Gtunpowder, per lb - -0 llams, ditto ...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

COLONIAL AIETS, CARFCPULLY CORRECTED UP TO TIIE-LATESTDIO PORT PIIILLIp. Flour, first.....1 2 0 Bread, 416s.. Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes cowt...O'0? SRation..........0 17 0 Beef, lb... 0 0i Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton. .0 1 Maize.........0 0 0 Pork .0 01 Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal .... 0 0 LAUNCESTON, Wheat, buslel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb., ,0 0 Barley ........0 5 0 Msuttlto........0 ; Oats..........0 4 6 Pork...... 0j Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Veal...... 0 0 Seconds......16 0 0 Butter ...... 0 ,1 Thirds........ 14 0 o Bread, 41b ... 011 ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 FIlour, firsts,,,28 0 Bran..........0 1 4 Seconds ...20 0 0 Barley........ 4 0 Iteef, per lb... 0 0 Oats..........O0 7 0 Mitton ...... 0 Maize ........0 6 0 Pork.......0 , 4 Potatoes, ton. .10 0 0 Butter......0 2 SYDNEY. Fineflourl001bs..Cl 0 0 Beef, perlb...,.0 01 Seconds ........017 0 Mutton.......0 0 Thirds..........015 0 Rum, inbond,..0 11 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy~..,.0 4 Maize ..........0 0 Sugar, perto 2 0 Barley...

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SYDNEY. EXPORTATION OF SALT BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

SYDNEY. EXPORTATION OF SALT-BEEF. WT think we have now demonstrated that the stockholders have it in their own power to enhance the value of thcir cattle at least one hundred per cent., and at the same time supply our commerce with a new exporta ble staple to the extent of some two hun dred thousand polinds per annum: The only question now is, how may this splendid openingbe most effectually embra cod ? By what means may we export the largest quantity of meat, of the best quality, and on the most profitable terms ? Individ ual enterprise may doubtless do something, but not enough. In order to get rid of our surplus increase of cattle, we must export upwards of fifty thousand tiereos of bedf per annum. In order to command arcady mar ket and liberal prices in England and else where, the cattle must be of the right age and condition ; the beef must be uniformly cured on approved scientific principles ; the superior quality of our produce must be made generally known, and the character ...

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CHINA. IMPERIAL EDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

CIIINA. IMPERIAL EDICT. In reply to thie report of the imperial Commissioners Keying, Elepoo and Newkreen (vide C. It. Oct. 11th) On the 27th day of the 7th moon (Sept. 1), the following imperial edict was re ceived : "Keying and his colleagues have sent up a document containing a report and rough sketch of the articles of the convention dis cussed at a personal conference (with 11. 1B. M.'s Plenipotentiary in China). I have inspected the report and have a full knowledge of the whole of it. I, the Emperor, seriously considering the evils to the uncountable number of the people, and the inportant consequences to tile great ness, power and station of the empire-and I cannot avoid being constrained and forced to grant what is requested; it is but one time of bitterness and trouble, but then repose, and peace may 'be then reckoned on for ever ; and not only the two provinces of Keangsoo and Cheklang, be preserved entire, but the empire will be held together in its integrity !---As to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

* Core;, Japan, Cochin-China, HIinian Siam,"&c. - The imperial rescripts aro to be foldedand the back edges to be joined to tihe snamc of the des patches of the Leroo, and fastened by a diamonld ,shaped sea.

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1813. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

5PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "To ritorc'r OURt ltrllS--NOT TO INriGSEUPON 'IIOSE Or OTHERS." SATUIRDAY, FIlU.tUAItY 11, 1813. AN election time is the season to test the genuine patriot, and that season we are fast approaching to. We shall speedily discover who has an eye to private interest, and who is aiming at the general good. The distinction between the two cannot well be confounded, and the marks are, in most cases, as diverse as good and evil--right and wrong. It re mainsto be proved whether the electors of Portland will act the part their previous con duet as men and citizens has given promise of, or whether anyof them will "sell their birthright for a mess of pottage." We join heart and hand with our contem porary of, the dierer'y, in recommending our fellow electors to be slow in giving their pledges. Don't let us be trapped by some knowing one, or by some of his more know ing friends. Our answers to such are, "'se are already pledged." We are pledged...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

SOUTIf AUSIItALIA. Pen Nsraid, we have received intelligence from So.lthi Autrnlila,to the 1 st'ult. From the Southern inhdr,,lin aitl the Js.rameir we make the ful lowing extracts :--" T'he ship Iori!ehl, 235 tonm, Powimana, had arrived from Singapore. Passengers--Messrs. Younghu ibad, M'C:an, Stockley and Jamiesnon. Cargo, 5200 Bags 25 hbskets sugar, 815 hbag. coffee, 610 boxes ginger, 25 ltubs.preserves, 122 chests 1250 boxes 8 packages tea, I horse, &e. ir.cls?les' IssTriTrcn.-l)r. Kent delivered another of his hifghly interesting lectures on Chemistry on Tles;lay evening last. As is usual after a vac:ttinlle, thie com:pany, though highly respectable, were not so numeralc s is on1 plreiooll occasionsll, tile llnumber of persons pre sant not hleing n.t.h exen e led four hundred, many members of the Institution not heing aware lie was about to lecture. 'The subjects chosen were, the CO:lpo.iti n of W'\ater, the Briutle and Drummon:l Lilhts, and Aerostation, all of whiclh w...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

PORT FAIRY. , TANArnrLITY is the shape aflhirs are now as- I suming in this settlement, that contradictory reports had conjured up into a land of the most fanciful and changeable description. Mr. Urquhart's arrival in Portland, overland from Melbourne, has cast the sober aspect offlctand reality over the accounts that were afloat in reference to the opening out of that interesting and fruitfiul district, and the statements that are now abroad are such as may be therefore relied upon with more con fidence than any that have hitherto been sent forth. Mr. Urquhart has made the selection that his special survey order entitled him to make at Port Fairy. A considerable cor respondence between himself and the Land Board, has put matters in that train, that there can be no reasonable doubt of that gentleman being permitted to select the site marked out by 'Mr. Tyers's instrnctions for a government township in that neighbour hood. We have not heard of anything standing in the way that is at ...

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TO A FALSE FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

TO A FALSE FRIEND. The direst foe that we can find, In manhood or confiding youth, Is one in whom a Judas miud Lies hid beneath the garb of truth. 'Tis he can aim the deadliest blow, Whose friendship only is pretence, In whom in boyhood's guileless glow We placed our warmest confidence. We may observe a watchful eye, And guard against an open file, But when a treacherous friend is nigh, "We meet unharmed the hidden blow. Thy caitiff soul will comprehend The meaning which these lines convey, I'll tell thee how an injured friend, Now spurns thee from Ihis heart away. 'Twill call to mcem'ry fmamer days, When in simplicity I stood And heard thy oft repeated praise, Ansd deem'd it meant, and thought thee good. Little thou kniowest of that heart, Which would have proved for ever true, Alnd sooner with existence part, Than break its pledge where faith was due. Enough, I now my farewell take, lnut be assured that while 1 live, The otily vengeancee I will take, Is all thy bascenss'to forgive...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. His Excellency will not reach Launceston before the end of the first week in February. Lady Franklin is at present suffering from indisposition, but should her health permit she will accompany Sir John. The Gover nor will inspect the primary convict la bour stations at Fingal, St. 'Mary's Pass, Wcstburf, and )Deloraine, on his route to Launceston ; and if time and public business permit he will visit Mr. Gibson at Circular Head, and proceed as far as the llamapshire and Surry Hills.-Launceston Examiner. Tie following fact evidences too truly the state of the labour market in England. The salt from Norwich is conveyed to Liverpool in vessels of from eighty to one hundr:d tons burthern down the river Weaver. For the last ten or twelve years horses have been employced i hauling these craft, lint men being now unable to obtain more fit cmploy ment, have demanded that the salt proprie tors discontinue the use of horses, and la bourers are now all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING Or EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAPHIILETS, CIRCULARS, DILL:IIADS, LAW FORMS, IIAND-BILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT THE $5MEPTIM PR1OlSTDOM@ @fFBICE GAWLER-STREET, PUBLISHIINO OFFICE OF THE OI1RTLAND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. TIHE Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad vance ou Wool consigned to their friends, Hessrs. Buckle and Co., London. HENTY BROTHERS. Julia-street, Portland, August 18, 1842. J Onsale at the Stores of the Undorsigned, FLOUR, first, seconds and thirds J' Oats Bran; pollard Endow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 k 14 Paint, red, green, white and black Sugar moist and refinoed Tea Coffie Soap, Ilawes's aisins, bluscatel and Cape Cunants, figs, prnnes, dates Preserved fruits, jams Pickles, quart and pint, (In cases) n Sauces, mustard I St, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets Iran pots and camp ovens of sizes Ropes Chese, English and Dutch, colonial butter Vregar, wllitening. Treacle lather, sole kip, ka...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

SiR PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORNANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER is published every Sa turday morning, and immediately forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportunity to the following places :-Sydney, Hobart Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Stwan Ricer, Newo Zealand, and Cape of Good Hlope; and to the Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, France, India, 4c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively; to sonme one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. No resignation wtill beaccepltedwithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming inbscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, will inl that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertiscement ill be charged at the rate of :s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for ceery li...

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