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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

ARRIVED. Feb. 3-The schooner WILI. WATCuci, Ilarding, from Launceston. Passcngers-Mcssrs. litchie, Lnwrcicc, Palhner, and Foxlcy. Feb. l.-''lThe schooner NAD,, Mallock, froml Adelaide.. Passenger-Captain Lindsay. SAILED. Feb. 3-The schooner, CuHrIr.cNO, 88 tons, Long, master, for Hobart 'Town. Feb. 9-The schooner N:aoe, Mhallock, for lolbart T''own. Passcngcrs-Mr.and Mrs. Williams and chihld. IMPORTS. Cargo of the schooner, \VuI.L iVTCII from Laun certon.-2.41 bags flour, 81 chels.s tea, 2 casks salt, hld. brandy, ditto rulim, casecs Geneva, ,bag rice, iron plt, lia, raddle, ,undle saws, I? cnases tulrps, coil roper, 2 bale?s Iather, cask sundlries, bag chains, bundle forks, caeo apparel, Claridlge; 2;2 lhgs salt, Il dlito lulngar, 74 blat?s ditto, 22 bags coals, 3 Ikcgs paili, i olts canvas, 4. bils atidries, bale slp,1? case ditlo, 12 ba.es raisins, I tin oil, 12 cart boxes, 51 bars iron, box pipes, 1 1 iron pots, 2 balcs leather, cask sundries, hhd. rune. keg sundiries, I carriag...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

LOCA INrTELLIGENOCr. T:r: Ltvn Ma. Fn:OcT.--'o answer the lIfer irri'is observations in; reference t t the pot iorhc:n examination inl thia case, would most proh:ably be, to engage in what we, ill comnmo with the frientds of the late Mr. Frost, and in deed what every one of right feeling would sin cerely depl:ore, "violent newslpapecr debate." An Er.:crtoer.lsa 'O l)hr.-T-Ihe heat of the election contest will be, not between the candidates residing in Port Phillip, but between thome, and the candililates offtring themselves, who live in Sydney. Il:v. A. L,.uncter.-- The VPreshyteriatn will be deprived, in town, of the services of their paItor on `isndtt' next; Mr. L.tu:ie beitn on a clerical visit to the interior. I?arnovcusers s. - The extensiv2 imlprove ments whlich have been unobscrvedly going for ward lately in the Police Office of this town, are s:uprisig; andl, were thI whole filly made known, could not but create just admiration for the parental feeling -and fostering care wT...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

POST OFFICE. We had purposed at the commencement of our labours in the district, to point out, as well as oar imperfect abilities would allow, the advant ages accruing from judicious regulations when applied to post-office management. The sub ject, though partially held by us in abeyance since that time, has not been forgotten; and while a number of important affairs yet press upon our attention, the further delay of this, we are assured, ought not to be continued, or subordinated to any other affairs of lesser con sequence. The primary object of post-office establish ments, is the transmission of intelligence and communications from one part to another, with greater regularity, despatch, safety and economy, than can be effected by anyothermeans; and the valuable purposes such establishments are de signed to anrswer, are to encourage the circula tion of intelligence, and by the facilitating of the interchange of communications from parts lying at a distance from each other, which ca...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

FOREIGNT INTELLIGENCS. INDIA. By the way of Adelaide we have received India news. The fillowingextracts we have taken from the Southern .lustrahan : By the Fort/fild which arrived on Saturday last, we are in receipt of'Singrpore paIpers to the 25th November, copioes extracts fromn which fobllow. Cabul and Ghiiuznie were in possession of' our troops after a serious of brilliant achieve ments, which must leave a lasting impression on the Alflghaus sthe superiosity in prowess and science of British tr?oops over any native force, however" overwhelmning in numerical strength. At the date of the last despatch none of the prisoners, with the exception of Mr. Tre vor and eight children, Capt. Troup, and )Dr. Campbell had returned to camp, but it was currently reported that they were in the possession of the K1iz-zillashes, a friendly tribe, and were hourly expected to be deliv cred up. The war in Afglhanistan may now be said to le at an end, as the main forces of Akbar Khan and the other in...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 February 1843

COMMERCIAL & IMARLINE NW7S. IT is expected that either II. 31, sloop-of-war DIlo, 20 guns, or the Nonrlt STAI, 28 guns, will come on to S*ydey front China, to irenain on this stati1ol.-SvYDNly ONIN'O1Go Hi?AL I). Tnl WAIs:nl::t:r..:-Tlhi beautiful yacht ias at Iength reache.l our colony, with.h er enterprising owner, aIr. Ilny>, on board. She lies below the battery, :nd tlhcws tatl theamplne praises bestowedon her be:aty and proportions by the press of the sister colonies have been well deserved. We can scarcely regret the accident to thlie Sc.Alol:sl, .lhiich induceid Mr. Boyl to mal takhe voynge witll tile yacht, andn thus give us an opportunity of admiring hlisSii sti er of the seas.-llonArTTow'N AnDVEIrTISErI. Loss or rTIE Cy iOSUisui.-WoV are sorrow to have to recosrd the loss of another ship this week, namely, tile CY.NoSuit, Captain Viner, from this port to Liverpool. The CYsosuvnl left Singapaor on tle 1 lth September last, and hadmtade afavoura ble passage as far...

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

FOZ LONDON Sr llfilnefast-saillngcoppcr .} d nllt . colpper-listenedo <schooner Iticoum M1oUNT, \ -xt X biuthen 211100 ton-, is nown I creadyo to receive wool. For freight o. lp:isao': e apply to the cuptait on oardl or to IIEN'I'Y I'ILO ! liE?, Julin-street, .Jan. 2 lth, 18 I:. Agents. To Stephen George Henty, E?q., J. P. '`rT E, tile undtersiglned Ilaehbitan's of Portl.and, V t interested in tieo electio of I ,pre.reutatives far the District of Port Phillip, being convinced of your deep concern lhor the 0ellare of the District ge nerally, respectfilly l c.i upon you to allow your self to be otnomitated as a coadidate for the ofilee of one of its Itepreseotaltiocs in the Logislative Couon "ci; atnd te herch;' ptedge our elves to give you our votes and interesu at the eonsuing election, and otlertice to oppo: you ato th!e uto!let of our power. GEtoto; 1: (tA RtIUDG E WIL.LI.AM TU.LLOI[ WILL.IAM S. SUI'ITERt.AND T. C. srltAtCIIAN J.AMES ,tWHYTE TIIO)MAS RICKI:TT J. W. COLE...

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

MELBOURNE. Supreme Coury, Monday, January 19.-His Honor took his seat on the bench at a quarter to eleven o'clock, and said, I wish to acquaint the gentlemen of the bar that the Deputy Regis trar has received a letter from the Hon. Mr. Murray, stating, that in consequence of what fell from me the other day, it was not his inten tion to practice at this bar. I then said that he had given a cheque to a man named Rule, on the Port Phillip Bank, who, on presenting it, was informed there were no assets. I did not intend to allow him to practice until he had ex plained, what appeared to me, most disreputable conduct, and I consider him a most improper person to practice before this bar. I had occa sion to state sometime ago that I had received three applications for writs of capias against him from Mr. Moor, a respectable solicitor, Mr. Boyd, of the Union Bank, and Mr. M'Arthur, of the Bank of Australasia. The affidavit of Mr. M'Arthur completely contradicted the statement Mr. Murray made...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CVURRENT, W IIOLSALE PRICES. I ti Ale, hqttled, Dunbar's branood - 016 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 10 per hhd. ditto - - ' 8 O10 per barrel, burton - - 7 0I iBer, ITeuemana's stout, per hhd. - - 7 0 1 - HIoare's, - - - 6 10I - bottled, Taylor's, - - 016 I Bacon, pet lbi.,.takingthe flitcl - - 0 1 1 Beef, llanmbro', per bdiel' - - 5 10 - East India, ditto - - 6 0I Ieran, per bushel, - 0 I Bricks, per thousand; - - 1 It Butter, per Ib, - -. -0 1 1 Caondles, English, per lb, "- - 0 1 - Colonial ditto - - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. - o 0 l Colonial - - 0 tOl Canvass; per bolt - - - 2 12 I Cigars, duty paidi per i000, from 3 0 1 Cotfe, per cwt. - 5 1! 1 Corks, per gross -' 0 1? Deals, per foot - - 0 0 1 Flour, firsts, per 100lbs. - - -I 10 - seconds, ditto - - I 0 i Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - 0 0 ----currauts, ditto . . . I 0t Grain, wheat, per bushel - - 0 71 -- harley, ditto - 0 1 - oats, ditto- - 0 60 Gunpowder, per lb - 0 3 llati s, ditto - 0 10 Ilay, best desc...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

COLO?NAL WAnZr?at, CAR.EFULLY CORRECTED UP TO Tile L ATII1IT PORT PIIILLIP. F:lour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, 41b.. Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cot.. 0I lRation......... O 17.0 Beef, lb \heat, bushel. 0 0 6 Mutton .. I Maize .......0 6 0 Pork IBran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Vea 0 LAUNCESTONr Wheat, bushel..0 G. 0 Beer, parlb..0 0 Barley ........ 0 5 0 Mutton......,:0 0 Oats.......... 0 4 Pork........... t 1 Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Yeal ......... Seconds ...... d 0 0 Butter. l.', 2 Thirds..... 1? 0 0 BreaBd, 41 . i ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flout, firsts,..2O Bran ..........0 1 4 Seeonds .....2s t Iarley........0 4 0 Beef, perlb.,.0. Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton .... Maize ........0 6 9 Pork....... o .... 0t Potatoes, ton..10 0 0 Butter ..... ... O 0 SYDNEY. Fineaflur 100lbs. el 0 0 Beef, perlb,,,.,,0 0 Seoonds ........017 0 'outton....... 0 t Thirds .......... 015 0 Rum, inbond,..0 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Iraudy...,t0 , Maie .......... 0 4 0 Sugar, petoan20 0t Itarley ..........0 3 0 Tea, ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SLAVERY IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SLA.VEIRY IN TURKEIY. T'I'E following rathler original dispatch ap pears'in " lie Correspondence with Foreign Powers relative to the Slave Trade :" " VISCOUNT IPONSONBY TO VISCOUNT I'ALM.IitSTON. " 'Ircrapia,D")ec. 27, 1&80. " My Lord,--I have pail the greatest attention to your lordship's several instructions on the subjectof slavery ins TIurkey, kith the hopes ofarriving atsome ,result thint would atflrd a chance of obtaining il any degree the objectyour lordship so earnestly desire to accomplish. I have mentioned the subject, and I Ilave been heard with esxtrclme astonishmlent, ancoml Iranied with a smile, at a proposition for destroying an institution closely interwoven with thle frate of society in this country, and intimately connected with the law and with the habits, and even the re igiotn, of all classes of tile people, front tle Sultan himself down to tire lowestpeasant. "The sultans for some centuries past, have never married; and the imperial...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

SHIPPIN INrLLiS W2CE. ARRIVED. Feb. 13-The brig Fox, Irving master, from Hobart Town, in ballast. .Passenger-Mrs. Irving. Feb. 13-The schooner, I?sslsorTN, 123 tons, Tnlloch, master, from Hobart Town. Passenger Mrs. Tulloeh. Feb. 14-The brig Doascr, 82 tons, VWalsh,mas ter, from Sydney. Feb. 16-The barque SocRaTr s, 130tons, Lewis, from Sydney. SAILED. Feb. 14.-'hlle schooner Wr,.r. WArclt, 63 tons, Hlarding, master, for Launceston. Passenger--Mr. A. Campbell. Feb. 15.-The brig DonsET for Adelaide. IMPOR'TS. Cargo of the schooner, MINER.ta, from Laun ceston : 2 hhds run. I ditto .brandy, 5 chests tea, 4 half ditto, package ditto. 20 bales hay, 2 packages apparel, 7 bags sugar, entley Brothers; hhd rumn, case haberdashery, 10 cases Geneva, 2 casks ale, 2 ditto stout, Hutchinson; 2 cases slops. Bourne; I case drugs, Dr. Sutherland ; case haberdashery, Miss Smith ; 10 bags flour, 3 cases slops, order. EXPORTS. Cargo of the schooner WILL. WATCri, fwrLauin ceston : (1 bales wool, 50 shee...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

'i?SSEIS I IN l flA O ~' ., The Socrates, loading with wool and sheep for Launceston. The Richard Mount, loailingwithwool for London. The Minerva, loading with wool for Launceston. 'he Fox, loading with cattle and wool forLaun ceston. Tihe Essington; loading with wool for Iaunceston.'

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THE GIN PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

TIHE GIN PALACE. Who are the tatter'd vot'ries? what are tley Who crowd, the chare chargcof.all:thls show to pay ? The wretched, void of reason, void of shame, Who from thle usurer's dire mansion came ; A imotley group they round the temple stand, And send the poison on front hand to hand. IThe mother, heedless of tile children's cries, Wrapt in deep oblivion, shunbering lies, 'The scorn of every ruflira, and the Ihatme Of all who bears a virtuous matron's name. [cere stanrds, half naked, the vile, worthless trull, Fawnring insidious qn her plunder'd cull, Here the night plunderer wastes the last remnains Inr dissipation, ofhis guilty gains ; And here tile ruin'd spendthrif. takes his stand, "Tolbeg a draught from folly's lavish hand ; While the proud priest of IBacclhus from within, Counts tile vile gains of misery and sint. Death, grizzly king of terrors, by his side, A ghastly smile grirns on the living tide, Which ebbs and flows, thl mortal draught to gaint, A hasty passport to ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

L3CAL LNrzLTshlaNG1E. LArr. News.--We obscrve that the Van Die men's Land papers, by th 11Minerva, much later information from Melbourne, than we are in possession of direct from that place. ILEPRESEsTATI?VE.-We have been 'informed that Mr. Winter declinesto become a candidate for the representhtion of Port Phillip, on what groumids wee have not heard. Ta' PorT.-'the Dorset, though commanded by a perfect stranger to the navigation of our bay, beat into it under a press of canvass, and with a fresh westerly breeze, without any appsa rent difficulty. She entered on the Wednesday evening, and.on t he next morning,with abrecze that fatvored .li, she she sailed for Adelaide. Suto~r. ANiD eSMTHE..-Tihe inhabitahti of the toivn have, for several days recently, bhen' almost smothered with sinoke arising rom.tfie : burning of the long grass on some of the un sold and linoccupied allotments in thetownslhip; and while we were inhalliig the fumes, and al most scorched by the flames, we resolved...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

PORT FAIRY. Tis interesting expecriment that is going forward in the District, inl connection with the settlement and improvement of the Pod Fairy portion of it, is one that presents to us so many points of .attraction and notice, that we hope to be excused for dra.wing at tention to tile subject of the influence that tile new settlement is likely to produce oa the improvement and advancement of Po;t land. We are decidedly of opinion, that the opening out for settlement, of - that part Io the District, will greatly tend to the speedy as well as ultimate advancement of Portland, and assist, more than anything else thit has yet been done, in the development of tilherut and almost interminable resources of the whole district. Not that we think Porltand is so directly benefitted by the outlay of capital and bestowal of labour at Port Fairy, as it would have been in the immediate neighbourhood of Portland. This town ship would, of course, have been mluch more benefitted had the capital t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

TClE lORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANDY (;EERAL ADVERTISER is published eoery Sa t?rday morning, and immediately forwarded to ,,ery part of the province; and by the earliest ,,yportunity to the following places :-2Sydney, llobart Town, Port Phillip, Lamnceston, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, a:d Cape of Good Hope; and to the Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, Fra?ee, India, 'Sc. Terns ,f Subscriptioa arei credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the 'quarters ending 31st of March, 30th June, 30th Sepdtember, and 31stDec., in ,.ch year bepectively; to some one of which periods all resignations mnst previously refer. No resignation will beacceptedwithout payment ,f the current quarter and all arrears. Per s0ns becoming rubscribers after the commence nent of any quarter, will tin biat case only be charged from the penod they commenced sub scribing. Each ttlt''ertisement will be charged at Ihe rate of 3s. for the first sia lines, and 3d. for erery ...

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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

.CANADA. TnE first session of the new Canadian Par liament has opened very inauspicionsly. Th'le old factions scent to have revivcd in all their pristine bitterness and force, and a despe rate cf'ort appears to have been made, at the very outset, to stop the wheels of govern ment, by a motion of.want of confidence. Without more ample details, the 5motives and objects cailnot be well understood.heid, .hut so far as we can*judge, the English Radicals of Upper Canada, and the French :..alcontents of Lower. Canada, have jointly deternnied-to oppose the Executive, and are likely to place it in a minority. The Gover nor had tried to conciliate the oppositiosi, by inviting some of their leaders to take of lice ; but they.would not unite with the men presently in power, or be satisfied with any thing less than entireItossession of the go vernment. Such seems to be the import of the article, and there appears little reason to doubt its trnth. A bad understanding between thb governor and the ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

AssAsu.Tr.-Yesterday afternoon, an elderly man named Warman, whose feelings have i~een for the last few days assisted by the Patriot in the tenderest part, as father to a youlng girl ch fgaged as anl amrtess atthe theatre, and who wans himself abused in yesterday's publication in the usual strain ofthat paper, committed an assault upon the editor (Alderman Kerr) in Collins street. knocking him down with a stick. The' combatments 1had a severe scuitle for victory, and they rolled overone anothe' in "sweet con fssion' in the middle of the gutter, untill thoe police interfered, and Mr. Warman was taken off in custody, but was imumediately bailed out. The case will be heard to-day.-l-Ierald "T'U FaiIND OP THrI PcIPPLE."-J.[r. J. P. Fawkner, who with Iis brass gave himselfthe above title, was rather uncremoniously delt with at thleelectiofi.' On making, his aplpearauce in Little Collins-street to vote for tle 'Kerr clique, he was assailed by such a volley of groans as to make him ejacula...

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EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

EUROPE. By recent arrivals, which have taken place at Hobart Town, from England, we are able to furnish Europican Intelligence to the 26th October. Private accounts state that Australian ab sentees in England will be subjected to tile liayment of the income tax while resident in the Mother Country, aild agents in the re ceipt of salaries from the principals in these Colonies will be subject to the some impost. Cossrvl.\TrlSt IN SIIREwSBUY.- The Parlia mentary registration for this borongh was held on 'Wednlchday andt Thursday last. The Coheervatives madle ii objection against the radicalsand sustained 114, they claimed and retained 1. The Radicals did nct make a ingle objec'tiv to the Conseratives, and only sustained four ch=los out of the ri. they ilhade. The Radical panty, so b:i.ner;ars sIr dtiunphantonly four years ago. are now df::.te for rerr; anrd it is questionable whether they nill stsi L-ot.s!e them selves about the Rcg'tratie'n Cvast.--T. er, Oct. 1. Tile Bloa.stsr BI.ILr...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. at IE,?T Cornnrcrs.-- t is rumoured thptt Mr. Boyd, having extensive flocks and herds in the other a0 colony which must lie disposed of, contemplates con- b tracting for the government supply of the whole island, as it is, the colonial butchers are indebted I to hiit for a large portion of the stock they kill.- 61 LAunrsrcs s ES,?INa.nn. w BtsNK.-We nuderstand that Mr. Boyd, has ahan- th doned his establishinga bankat Launeeston. Banks, to he thinks, without deposits, are too "lopsided" to it work conmfortably and yield great pro'i:.-lpnm. on FAr.une.-- We regret to state that tile house of in Eddic and Co. have been obliged to call a mcetingof their creditors. Their embarrasments appear"tohave principally arisen from the failure of several cc firms in Port Phillip, to the heavy amount of £~2i,000, as well as by the unaccountable conductof their agents in London, who, contrary to engagement 0 when Str. Eddic was there detained the whole value "W of his shipments a...

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