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ON GROWING TOBACCO FOR SHEEP DRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

ON GROWING TOBACCO FOR SIIH EP DRESSING. [raoM A COa RRESPONDENT or TlE I.. EXAMINER.] Dvunsa the last few years I have grown the whole of my tobacco for the dressing of my flock, and have never required to purchase an ounce for that pur pose, nor have I used anything else ; an1d my wool has been free from stain, and my sheep perfectly clean. Select a piece of the richest land on your farm-file red loom if possible-if it is not very rich, make it so. My best tobacco, however, has always been produced froll selected parts of tmy "utun," which had been a " coiling" place of the sheep ; or nothing so good as anl old sheep yard-of course it sill require to be well fenced in, to prevent the sheep claiming their rightof possessiol. Itlmust be deeply and well digged, taking care to cover in all the manure; digging is the most preferable where the quantity is not very great. Should such be the case, it most be ploughed deep, and not the usual uolonial skinm, which is a mere mockerv, and wil...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

. The sum of .C311 3 7cd. cannot properly be considered Revenue, as it consists of repayments ofex penses previously.charged ; it has, however, been in cluded here, in order that the abstract may correspond wirl the Sub-Treasurer's accounts of'reccipts.

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGECNE. PORT P1IILLIY REVENUE. TiE followinig table exhibits the amount of 'r:venue raised within the district of Port Phillip, in the year ended the 31st of 1)e cembner, 182 : £. s. d. 1 Duties on spirits imported 67, 139 gallons ....................... 31651 18 7 1:!2 l.uties onlTobaccoinlported ...... 1365 1'2 6 3 Ad valorem duty on foireign goods imported ............ ..... . 5643 15 1 S.I Fees on tile entrance and clearance of vessels, olharitge, and lighthouse dues ....................... 3311 5 3 5 Post ollice collections . ........ 1941 11 0 6 Auction duty and li-cnsesto auction eers ............... ......... 1.14441. 18 G 7 Licenses to retail fermented and spirituous liquors ........... 2702 0 0 SFees oflublic tlices ............ 5086 2 10 :' Fees and fines of Courts of Petty Sessions . . ...... ........ 2701 10 5 10 Assessment on stock beyond the bouldaries oflocation ............ 5697 19 11 S1 Fees and fines collected by conm mnissionlrs of crown lands........

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THE HERALD AND PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

TILE HERALD AND PORTLAND). 1VE subljoin the following article, as copied from the Port Phillip Herald, of the 25tht ultimo, in contrast to that which we directed attention to in our last number from the Port Phillip Patriot. TIHE CANDIDATES TOR THII LEGISLATURE. To offer a " brief analysis" of the merits and cha racter of gentlemen who are now Candidates for the Legislature, miight have satisflied the expectations of the public at a time when a minor point of MIunici pal Rlepresentation was at stake, especially as it was evident a number of very excep'ionahle parties were likely to be smuggled into the Town Council, by all the lowest ileans of conspiracy and deceit. Gentle men of talent, standing and fortune were put in nomination, it is true, but the majority felt so dis gusted at the perpetual squabbling, libelling, and bullying carried on by those who had no other means to use for the purpose of securing their returns, that, with the instinctive feeling of high-minded gentility, ...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT, WIIOLSALE PRICES. . L Z Ale, bottled, D)unbar's brand - - 016 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 10 0 per hhid. ditto - - 810 0 per barrel, burton - - 7 0 0 Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - - 7 0 6 - Iloare's, - - - - - 10 0 - bottled, Taylor's, - - - 0 16 0 Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch - 0 1 0 Beef, llambro', per barrel - 10 8 - East India, ditto - 6 0 6 Bran, per bushel, - 0 1 0 Bricks, per thousand, - - 1 20 Butter, per lb, - - 0 1 Calnles, English, per lb, - 0 1 0 Colonial ditto - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. - 0 10 Colonial - 0010 Canvass, per bolt - - 2 12 0 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 7 Coflie, per cwt. - 5 12 0 Corks, per gross - - 05 I Deals, per foot - - - 0 0 Flounr, firsts, per 1001bs. - - 1 2 - seconds, ditto - - 1 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - . 0 0 - currants, ditto - - 0 0 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - - 7 0 -- barley, ditto - 0 70 oats, ditto .- 0 0 Gunpowder, per lb . - - 0 30 ]Iams, ditto - 0 1 0 Hay, best description, scarce -...

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THE MELBOURNE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

THE MELBOURNE MERCURY. A vEar considerable portion of what the Mercury puts forth as an answer to the re marks we published in our last number, under the head of "The Patriot and Port land," is extraneous to the subject, and there fore the whole of the long article our remarks have brought forth, needs not particular notice. The offensive expressions that have been so liberally dealt out by the Mercury, help to show how very sensitive its conductor is, when anything is said on the relationship it sustaons.to its "better half." What a whirl wid of passion h hhasbesn thrown into, on the influence that the Melbourne Journal is likely to exert upon the Portland, being pointed out to him; and, unhappily for the Mkercury, the torrent of abuse it has poured forth is much more calculated to lower it in the estimation of the thinking, than the person, whether "Editor or any other man," against whom it is directed, and before we could dare to enter tle lists with the ifMercury in dealing out ...

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COLONIAL MARKETS CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

COLONIAL MARRETLS, CCAREPUI.LY COIIRRECTED UVP TO TIlE LATE£TD1L PORT PIIILLIP. Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, 4lbs.....0 ) Seconds....... 1 0 O Potatoes, ewt.. 0 I RLation ..........0 17 0 Beef, lb .... 0 - Wheat, bushel. 0 (7 Mutton ·..***,.0 Malize......0 6 0 Pork.... t~I Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal ..........0 p6 LAUNCESTON. Wheat,bushel..0 6 0 eef, perlb....0 Barley........0 5 0 Mutton ........ 0 Oats..........0 4 0 Pork......,0 Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Veal......... Seconds......16 0 0 Butter ........0 1 6 Thirds........14 0 0 read, 41h .... 00lt ADELAIDE. cWheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsts,..2I 0 Iant..........0 1 4 Seconds......20 0 Barley........ 0 4 0 Beef, perlb....0 0 i Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton .......0 0 4 Maize ........0 o 0 Pork ...........0 o Potatoes, ton..10 0 0 Butter .......0 2 0 SYDNEY. Fineflourl001bs.£1 0 0 Beef, perlb....o0 I0 Seconds ........0 17 0 Mutton........ 0 0 Thirds .........0 15 0 Rum, inbond,..0 3 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy........ 0 4 0 Maize ....

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Sta?s or Til TIMiEs.-Ilis Worship the Mayor and Captain Smith were occupied at the Police Office nearly the whole ofThursday last, investigating claims under the Maiites aind Servant's Act: there were six teen cases for adjudication, and the amtnont sought to be recovered was £1851 The principal part of these cases were against settlers residing from 50 to 200 miles in the interior, lwho had, on discharging their scrvants; giving on the agents in town for the amount of wages due to theni; and ilvhi?i, when presented, the party in whose favour the orders were drawn invaria bly rcplyed--" No funds." . TE SUPRtINTENDENT.-Prior. to the receipt and proclamation of the new Act of the British Parliament for the government of the Colonies of New.South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, his Honor the Super intendent. was paid for his services at a rate more in accordance with the general acceptation of the nature of the office which the title he chose for himselfi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

pcE 0'RTLAND GUARDIAN AND) NORMnANnY G?s: .? ADVERTISER is published every Sa tard.l ,ior.nng, and ionmediately forwarded to Sry pat of the proritce; and by the earliest ~o.rtuoiy to the follooain places :-Sydney, I ibart !TNon, Port Phillip, Launceston, .;,th ,ltstralia, Swvan River, New Zealand, , (cape of Good Hope; and to the Maurlitis, Gost, Ireland, antd Scotland; the United Steals of imerica, France, India, ?c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, caso 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of March, 0thI J?ce, 30th Septemnber, and 31stDcc., in :? or respectively; to some one of which 1,riood all resignations must previously refeF: ', r:i?natilon ,ill beacecpted without pnagment of the current quarter aod all arrears. Per s becoming subscriberbs ater the conmaence sont of any quarter, will tmi that case only be charged from tiJe period they commuenced sub srribing. Each adioertisement wtill be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3rd. for ecery line b...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A WHEELING ARTICLE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

MIYISCELLANEOUS. A WVIctl.INs ARTICLEc.- Goilng to dinner the other day, we saw a little codger, about two years old sitting in a wheel-barrow, and trying to wheelhilmself. It struck us thiatmany people in the world are often coaught in the same act, antd we shall ahIays think hereafter, when we see na lmall trusting everything to his clerks, and continually seeking his own amusemecnt-always absent from his oflice, nod yet expecting to get along--he's sitting in awheel-barrow and trying to wheel himself. When we see a profes siona!l man better acquainted with every thing else than his profession, always startingsomtenewschense, and never attending to his calling, his wardrobe and credit will soon designate lint as sitting on a wheel barrow and trying to wheel himself. "When we see a farmer with anl over-abuntdance of "hired help," trusting everything to their management, his fences down, imsplenlents out of repair, and Isd lad sflring for want of tillage-too proud or too laazy to of...

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THE PASSAGE OF TORRE'S STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

THE" PASSAGE OF TORRE'S STRAITS. The following extract from a private letter lately received in Sydney, being a mnarrative of a voyage lence to .Manilla, and pointing out many islands and dangers not laid down in any chart, will be read with interest : Hlaving the vanity to suppose a short account of our passage from Sydney wiil be acceptable to one who kindly took so amuch interest in all of us, I have thought it better to conmnence before reaching Masn illa, as there a pressure might possibly limit me to a few lines. We are now out forty-thiree days, and should our present favourable breeze continue, we shall reach tMantilla next week. We have had rather a tedious and anxious passage, thus far; you must have been aware that it comnmenced so ; shortly after your learing us, we passed through between the heads about nine o'clock; at ten, we wore about ten miles at sea, tile whld increashing so as to oblige me to reef, the weather looking very threatning at S. E. ; at four, p, in., I...

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

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. PEn NAIAD, Whicil arrived in the Bay on the 28th ult. from HIob'art Town, we have re ceivedVan Dienen's L'ad papers tothe 17th : By English arrivals we are happy to ob serve thdse df I-eni`y Reed, Esq., and Lady, with a number of respectable passen gers and 75 imnmigrants. There had been a very considerable falling off in the revenue of Van Diomen's Land fobr thie past quarter, as compared.witli the corresponding quarter of 1841. The laid fund hadbecome extinct. Launceston in commercial importance, is fast rising i "Launceston never before," (says the Courier,) "exhibited itself to so fair advantage, having by the present show ing, attained within £561 of the correspond-" ing receipts at Hobart Town." Bushranging is unhappily greatly on the increase. A very remarkable occuirence took place in the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court at Hobart Town: on the mention of a second flaw during the present sittings, the Attaor ney-General fainted, and was borne into the...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1843. THE LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby. General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUl RIGHTS-NOT TOINFRatGE UPON THIOSE OF OTHIERS." SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1843. THE LAND FUND. WE have directed attention so fully and so frequently to subjects in inimediate connec tion with the one wve now purpose to make a few observations upon, that if the topics were riot 6f primairy importance, the fre quency of their introduction into our columns might be deemed tedious and obtrusive; but as the welfare. of every part of. the Colony is immediately in the closest connec tion with their being thoroughly understood, and the plans which they go to recommend being adopted, the omission of their discus sion and the neglect of the enforcement of the claims they put forth, would much more require an apology than either the elaborate manner in which they are treated, or the re petition of their appearance. Our mind has reverted to the subject of the, landor immigration fund, in consequence of the unusual inconvenience and se...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

SYDNEY. News anA RU?oUVns or Tit DAY.-A sale of crown lands was held on Thtiisday last, pursu ant to advertisement, at the colonial treasury sale room, in Bent-street, when a large number of small allotments in Sydney and the interior towns were disposed of, principally at the tpset price only. After the conclusion of the sale, thirty-four allotments unsold, of which number six were situated upon Church hill, Sydney; nine in tie parish of Gundagia,- at the crossing place of the Murrumbidgee River; fifteen in the parish of Carcoar, and four in the parish of Liverpool.-A good deal of rain liasoflate fallen in the district of Stonequarry, and tile country neighbourhood is begisning to present a very cheerful and encouraging appearance; among other beneficial results of the weather is anabuin dant crop of hay, which it is anticipated will be made on some of the farms.-A proposition ison foot for the establishment of aMagdalen asylum for the reformation of depraved females, similar to th...

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MELBOURNE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

MELBOURNE CORPORATION; Hlis Excellency Sir George Giip?s has, by his omission to appoint the Aldermen of Melbourne Justices of the Peace, passed a severe censure upon the Corporation of that Borough, in the odiumof whichcensure will ?ot only the burgesses participate, but also the r:sidents in the County of Bourke; and the entire Province will have proportionably rtolre intihe di grace: For his Excellency to have put certain'of the robed gentlemen of Melbourne in the comnmission of the peace, after the pliblic exhibition of chicadiery and the gross behaviour which they have afford ed, would only have been to encrease an evil already sufficiently great, and to have com mitted agreater error'than that of untimely bestowing corporate priveliges upon a com munity who are daily making use of them to their own injury. The misfortune is, the majority of the most respectable inhabitants of Melbourne stand aloof to municipal sffairs;'and their not having taken an active part in the proceedin...

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THE OLD ENGLISH CRICKETER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

TIIE OLD ENGLISH CRICKETER. BY JOHIN .MILLS, ESQ. AUnIfOROF "nl'rE OLD ENGLISit ,GENTLE.MAN.' I'll sing a good old song to a good old E:glish rhyme Of a rare old English Gentleman who loved his old pastime, And who deem'd it something worse than the very greatest crinme That Cricket should be e'er forgot in any age or clime: -Oh! this good old English Gentleman who lov'd hiss Ohld past time! Il is house so old was hung around with bats, and stumips and balls, And many scores of games play'd out were ohung around the walls; And many books were laid about in wvhich with care lie wrote The mnme and style ofplaying of each Cricketer of note: Oh ! this good old English Gentleman who lov'dl.hi .old pastime! lhen w?nter's blast blew keenly past, this good old English soul ! '"ýVould fill his goblet high front a fine old fashion'd bowl, Anld lot'd full well to -ing or tell of some contested match: And oft would lie declare with glee he ne'er had missed a ca:ch! .01h! this good old English G...

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

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING F EVERY DESCRIPTION,' INCLUDING PAMPIILETS, CIRCULARS, " BILL-IIADS, LAW FORBIS;, IIAND-DI.LLS, CARDS, &C. &C., xeclted with neatness and despatch, AT TILE f2MBRAL PI30MTOM@ @PP OwP©E, GAWLEIt-STRlEET, PUBLISIIING OFFICE OF THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. II1E Undersigned are purehascrs, or will nd vance an Wool consigned to their friends, eIssr. lIuckle and Co., London. IIENTY IBROTIIEIIS. lia-street, Portland,. lugust 18, 1812. sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, LOUR, first, seconds and thirds Oals ?n, pollard sdow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14. t, red, green, white and black toils, turps pr moist and refined Ze ip, Ilawes's hins, Muscatel and Cape unants, figs, prunes, dates served fruits, jams ?les, quart and pint, (in cases) ,lces, mustard alt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets on pots and camp ovens of sizes lpes tese, English and Dutch, colonial butter oegar, whitenirg. other, sole, kip, ka garoo and dressed sheep skinus la...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

SHZPPIN G INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Feb. 28-The schooner NAIAD, M 0alloc, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers-M-essrs. R. Cum mins and John Fisher. SAILED. Feb. 20-The brig Fox, Irvine, for Launceston. Passenger--Mrs. Irvine. IMPORTS. Cargo of the NAIAD-2 hhds. rum, I quarter cask 'brandy, 10 cases Geneva, 2 hhds, 6 quarter casks, and 2 cases wine, 6 cases arnd 6 casks bottled beer, 3 hhds. porter, 10,000 shingles, 2 bales 'leather, 1 case loaf sugar, 98 inch boards, Cummins. EXPORTS. Cargo of the 'Fox-ll0 bales of wool, and 407 sheep.

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

To the Zndapendent Electors of Port Phillip. : I ENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to an ?~ nounce to you my intention to oFer my self as one of the candidates for the representa tion of your province, in theforthcoming election of members for the new Legislative Assembly. The grounds upon which I venture tolayclaim to your confidence in my behalf are, aresidence of several years in the colony, and an opportunity of becoming intimately acquainted with its gen eral interest. I am also deeply concerned in the welfare of your province in particular, and possess the strongest of all incentives forexertion in ydur behalf, in the fact, that my personal in :'trest are closely interwoven with, and depen dant upon, those of Australia Felix at large. The advantages to be derived from thepossess ion of the constitutional privilege.noweabout to be accordedto theeolonywill, Iam persuaded, be most sensibly felt-by those districts, the most re movedfrom the present seat ofgovernment; by none so -uch, as ...

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

LOCAL IITiLLtBENCE. SiT. PTranlc's DAY.-We understand a meet ing was held on Thursday evening, at the Gol den Fleece Inn,- for the. plurpose of discussintg the propriety of having ~a dinner on the 17th ~f this month, which is customary vitlh the sons of the Emerald Isle in every part of the globe. Thoe meeting was respectably attended. It was resolved a dinner should take place, andstewards were appointed .to .carry out the objects of the meeting. It is confidently expected that Jamea Blair, Esq., P.M., will preside on the occaiiotn. Bl:nat Fnats.-We have been informed that these fires, which are caused by the.ignition of the long dry grass, have caused. considerable lose to tho esttlers-in-the n ,ighborhood of th- Pyrenees, some of whon'have had nuimbera of sheep burned to death. Mr. Kittsori's house, close to Bridgcwate'r wias nearly being consumed some day last week, owing to a bush fire which completelv encircled the dwelling, but was sub dued by the fnmily after great exertion....

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