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DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO THE BRITISH JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
DOCU1MENTS RELATIVE TO, THE BRITISH JEWS. Addressed by Sir Moses Montefiore to the Wardens of every congregation through out the United Kingdom. GentlHnmen-I have the honor to convey to you the copy of.a letter rwhich I received yesterday from the Rev. Dr IHirechel. In compliance with the request contained therein, and al2so agreeably to the accompa n~ying copy of resolutions unanimously adopted at a meeting held on the 9th Sep tember last, I' likewise forward to you a copy of the declaration referred to in such letter and resolutions.-I have the honour to remain &c. Copy of the communication addressed by the Rev. Dr. Hirschell to Sir Moses - Monteflore. Dear Sir,--With grief I have ascertained that a body of persons calling themselves "British Jews," ale about to open a place of worship. [N.B.-opened 20th Jan.] I deem it my duty to request you to commu nicate with the different synagogues the dec aration made by me on the 24th Elul (9th Sept., 1842), and further, that you w...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. f Ta;r following relate to measures now in the course of adoption, in the colony of Van Diemen's Land, which we have copied res pec:ively from the Launceston Examiner and Chronicle. both of the 27th ult. We, the undersned nerchantsandparties s inte"rested in the general trade of the colony o: V\an Dicmen's Land. having met for the purpose of considering the present aspect of commercial affairs, and the causes that have led to the same, are unani- I mously of opinion that the present system of ex-:ended credits is the most important source of existing evil-the purchasers for long dated b'oil being-often induced, from the t' norary abundance of means realised from : r;:: .. eithr to increase injudici oý::: .,. - - .. Or .3 -: r ?.-'n specu instead of six -es.: _ i:.:c . s b =a t r" as the present usual date. uAnsd we hereby bind ourselves to observe the sirit of this agreement, and request all those parties interested ill receive this intimation as fixed and determi...
ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
EOAI. 17 --T CRr C ? i'? , -de r = -,-' -~s ,-cc ce -?-., ~ to r,=^ ar . ,i . :z r o - -- ne h a rit ne Goveurnen :ecs hldo : ich -iae-tc ap-r ano-d itgt th. o to sate ofih d "n te io, wI not e? e that a he very de:-,d sty. liboe, is due toi this disee; wirth orht to be paid to it in f to the exprct:ion of ptrchaseo. i iande. d e? e the-e but a pa:r et aloen abat they at e prsent o th dprreee, a teoroc thaat might at once be made, to imptor. ial road:: ee and if the Gorertne only perform the part that Vit is " boand to act, no piivate aid woul tr ith on the part of ie settlers . i d~ toered in the e imito ivemeni s tp'.sr E.with the Goverement. There ebut pri awhich is.V at te present the great thro t o most of the loted parts of t ithat requires the first and earleos str It commencesad; and if the town, andr nine or ten milese part thisat it is abaJ bowinter, acnd no prate aid better in Oh the partions of the settlers beyond be dist incult to travel after much rto thfallen, but the...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
SYDNEY: CoLO:,:.IL Ton..cco.-A pretty extensive tobacco manuflctorv has been commenced on the Hunter. The practical part of the bilsiness has been placed under the super intendence of a gentleman from America, :who is said to be conversant with all the de tails of the business.. He has pronounced several of the specimebs cf the Australian leaf, which have been submitted to his in spection, as equal to the best Virginia.-Co ionial' Obscrrcr. CcsrTos.-In New South Wales tihere are thirty-one offices, salaries £6545; in TVan Diemen's Laud, eighteen places, £3800; Cape, nineteen places £3570; New Zealand two places, £600. A chart of Port Albert and the adjacent coast, as surveyed by E. R. Mickelburgh, has been published by Mr. Baker. The Norfolk Islaud pirates and murderers are to be brought to Sydney by the return of the Gorerrnr Phillip. The Sydney Gazette has revived; Mr. Richard Saunderson is the proprietor. It is henceforward to be conducted on conserva tive principles.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
P?SchrTION, INCLUDING PAMPILETS, ii, ILL-IIEADS, LAW FORMS, NDIiLLS, CARDS, &C. &c., with neatness and despatch, AT TITE GIAWLER-STREET, UOIISIIINO OFFICE OF TILE L ND GUARDIAN, AT WOOL. ersigned are purchasers, or will ad n Wool consigned to their friends, lagster, nld Buckle, London. HENTY BROTIIERS. 'Portland, s 1t82. J the Stores of the Undersigned, "Ir seconds and thirds R 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 reen, white and black and refiiled s's • iscatei and Cape -g, prunes, dates rits, jams si and pilnt, (in cases) it coarsc, in casks, bags andhbaskets d :iunp ovens of sizes glish and Dutch, colonial butter thening. e, hip, kangaroo and dressed sheep skins in, clasp and clout, of sizes le, hurdle, spikes, carpenters brads rs, in sets criss-cut and handd sce-pans, and other hollow-ware ighing machines and weights Is, steel cal, in casks s, raddle, rosin, pitch red and white, in firkins er, silk and glazed tta,white and'common rseymeres, Tweeds .counterpanes, rugs watch keys ...
PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1842. SETTLERS' INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
l--. ?. sf? :c?t7 Gaent ra Adr-itz.er? EZTTLE} . iTgP.EiSTS. T T reLe. of she A wtr-Szc G,'ir.,?. e i:?-stte t hat ae So ev, rert 1: t. r f ab? 'Li?-eCt, rio tdhe utard-n al t raeT--T ofI ?_ a:: T, t~e rSaq =.' d it ro oac tq e A ' s.?u· a i:te- f O e;-p rh3s«: cu af vthe teim, t th t o?en t:ndhre, n da tr;1, r ro o trntr a-rtn- E ofran i r.e-- and a : -e te - ' , aTe iataery! aa £:. i tarr s, ; E Thhef whoe ztbic onj r,.-t' of 1ih pr?ur.i- t rre- ,rsa fan dedot f ar ?n sr--d.- t? . rro -he -cp e the d he 7zeutt rf otr:: zne tt- fa:? r a;- ancer at r t e; cutr y eon retarding t o th de ' - * J tot abAnj eof a hi , our trinna wrntd i enrn fil to attract th- d-na-e croeewds that ,rn reiw tt to iern, ani tore pile of b?uild in , prdinady atandirrg fior the fruits &lt;i cap-'- and enterprie:, wourld quickly ,i,-,rr-: adjet to nea'edt and crneouent rilfPidation. A- n aunidanfl of c-aap frrf3, is a valu aie and an iriad'en.abl requsite in t,' fornation of a Isr ae corrrrunit; and ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 17 September 1842
INTELLIGENCE. &v DisracTr.-Fourorfi veyears of capitalists in England had ttracted by the luxuriance of the ng along the banks of the Gle a-coast far into the interior, and g in a north-easterly direction Svincludes the District of Port made a formal application to the ,r to obtain a charter for its pos r to its ultimate colonization. By that had previously been made, f New South Wales had attached dependency to that colony, and at the Minister could not enterr atsio. At the present time also to avast aonount inGreat Britain, quenceof every avenue in Europe mployment being choked upby esy, is only waiting a suitable ment in other directions. Port ent time offers the favorable op district which is just thrown open uing thousands of acres of land, I as siter for large and flourishing from the abundance of the ara landsarrounding them, for its ca lv Providing for the consumption tleirinhabitants, will necessarily aounts of capital to be employed an be materially reduceduin valu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
THIE 'PORdTIiND ,G&ARDI AN,,AN GEjNERA ADVERTiSEo : lM bbhe turdajaier reing, and fmmedigtel j( every part of the prorincc) and 1 ropportwuity to thefallowingv pbaces Ifobret ; Toivn~ Port ?Piolip, L ':South Ausitralia,, SWhl.a?liver, ai and Cape of Good Hoje ;ind tothe , England, Ireland, and Scotland; States of America, -France, India, of Subscription are, credit ilOs. pr cash 8s.; the quarters' ending 2. t 20th February! . 20/ 'May and 2011 each year respeclively; toorine 00 periods all resigndtions must prae No reargnatior will beaoceptee rthe of the current quarter and all am sons becoming atlliairibera afterthe me ntof any: quarter, till;n thatl charged froma the eriod th?y coir seribtng. .Each adverlisthent rcib at the rate of 3,' for the frst is -for every line beyond "aix, for ea Ad vertaementsl tdill beireceived e '. on Friday', p m. b?t orde lr tinuances "will " be received after. Wedneida s, p.m; '.The number,/ must be'specfled on'jach advertise will be .continue...
PORTLAND PRICE CUR[?] WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
PORTLAND PRICECV WHOLESALE PRItEL, Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - per hhd. ditto - . ----~--~- per barrel, burton q Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd,. - Hoareo's, bottled, Taylor's, Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch Beef, Hambro', per barrel - Eastandia, ditto - Bran, per boshel, Bricks, per thousand, Butter, per lb,. - Candles, English, per lb, Colonial ditto " Cheese, English,:psr lb.., Colonial Canvass,'per bolt Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from' Coffee, per cwt. - Corks, per gross Deals, per foot Flour, firsts, per l00lbs: --s econds, ditto Fruit, raisins,'per lb. - currants, ditto Grain, wheat,. per bushel - barley, ditto - oats, ditto - Gunpowder, per lb Hams, ditto - Hay, best description, scarce: Iron, assorted, per ton.. - Litharge, per cwt, . Lead, per cwt, - - . Sshot, ditto - . Oil, lamp, per gallon ---linseed, boiled - - ditto, raw 'White lead, per cwt. - 'Black per cwt. - . Green ditto - . Yellow ditto - . Blue ditto Turpentjie, per gallon ...
COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
COLONIAL MIARKETS, CAREFUlILY CORRECTED UP TO TIIE LATEST DATE.; SYDNEY, Fineflourl001bs;£1 0 0 Beef, perlb..... 0 0 4 Seconds" .......017 0 Mutton. ......0 0 5 Thirds,......;..015 0 Rum, inbond,..0 3 3 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy,'.....'.0., 4 0 Maize c.;.. .0 4 0 Sugar, per ton 26 0 0 Barley .........0 3 6 Tea, per chest..7 0 0 Oats.......0...0 4 3 Tobacco, inbond 4.:0 Hay, per ton . ...6 0 Bread,;41bs.;..0 10 0. PORT PIIILLIP. Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, .41bs. ..0 1 0 Seconds.:...'.. I0 0 ?0Potatoes, cwt... 0 14 :0 Ration........A ;.0`17 0 |Beef lb...;...-;0 4 0 Whcat,,bushcL S 6 60 Mutton...;. ;.0 3- 0 Maize.... 6 0 Pork ......0 . 6: 0 Bran, per 201b. 0 2 .0 Veal ..,0;.. .0 6 0' ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8. 0 Flour, firsts,, .28 0 0 Bran;;,.......0 1 4 Seconds.;...,20 0!.0 Barley......... 0 4 0 Beef, perlb.,..0 ",l 0 Oats, ......:..0 7 0 SMutton .. '..0 14 :0 Maize .....;...0 ? 0 Pork.0....... .,0 0 0 Potatoes, ton.:10 0 0 Buttef.....,..0 2 0 LAUNCESTON.... . : Wleat,busl...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
NE1W ZEALAND. In consequence of arrangements being made, the bills drawn by the New Zealand Govern ment, on the Treasury of New South Wales, .will now he duly paid. Tie Gi?zettestates that the colony ilad reached such a state that an insolvent law was absolutely necessary. SA Mr. Graves, from Hobart Town had in vented a machine for dressing flax ready for ex portation, which is very well spoken of: Two steam saw arid flour mills were in opera tion at Wellington, and another was about to be established on the Manawatu. A slip had been laid down on which to haul up vessels requiring repairs. * The continued arrival of ship loads of cattle, had created, says the Gazette, 'what may be termed a pressure from withorit." There was a strong feeling existing that the pasturage about the town would soon be unequal tothe demands of thie stock imported. . Shipl masters had much to complain of in consequcence of the desertion of their seamen; there is no Act in force, at Port Nicholson, to affor...
DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
i\ DIVISION OF DISTRICTS, Br the arrival of the Sally Ainn we I ceived the Chief- Constable 'f P MIr Finn, undr whose directiedon, sume, the whole of thcrconstsbatlary several police stations an, &ln around Portland, will now be placed, of course, to the general surveillence Police MIagistrates, on .their . stations. This is an appointeent that gi District an, additional trait of idenl, it is to be hoped that we shall srlldy all the local officers and institutions. sary to constitute a complete' di itself, and: the. boundary more co and definitely marked, to divide it Geelong part of the District. Our 'would do well, rho are acquainted localities aboutmidwraybetweeathe¶ and the' Glenelg, to point out w?at consider would be the most natural ries of the Geelong and Portlandy Though we have the utmost onfidence' ability of the, gentlemen engaged ii Survey Department,.andthek sityet :mote the best interests of the distri greatpersonal sacrifice of tinieandtro 'and the Government...
THE BARK OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
TIHE BARK OF DEATH. In Fancy's world a valley lies, Of dark and fearless hue, Where, noiseless, viewless, vast of size, A river oozes through. Across that river, too and fro, - A bark still glliding keeps; Yet stirs it not the wave beloew, In silence drear that sleeps. e': r, spectral as a cloud by night, That bark appears to view; Nor can the ortn thatgsuides its flight, Be'seen the darkness through. 'Tis Deathl- a shadow huge and dim; lie sits to pilot o'er Enfranchlised ghosts, recalled by him From Time's sprite-haunted shore. Oh' whither glides that spectral bark 1 Far mid the gloom 'tis gone ! Again, through vista long and dark, It comes-with Death alone I SOnce more to Time's o'ershadowed coast ,It speeds --Once more appears, Surcharged'with many a silent ghost, And tow'rds the Future steers. And thus, while Time's dread coarse shall last, O'er that dark river's tide, To fill the Future from the Past, Death's bark shall ever glide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
TO BUIXLDERS. TENDERS for the erection of a School-room and Master's iResidence, on the ground op propriated hv Government for that purpose in the Town of Porland, are requested to.be delivered to the Committee in the Temporary Church, on TuES nAY .tXT, September 27th, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Dimensions, Plan, and other particulars will be farnished by the Rev. James Yelverton Wilson, at the Parsonage. Portland, Sept. 23, 1?42. EDUCATION. jT is hereby respectfully intimated to the Inhabi . tants of Portlandand its vicinity that .\ir. Stewart will, on Monday first, the 26th current, open the School in connexion with the Presbyterian C',urch, in their temporary place of worship, Julia-street. Hours of attendance-From 10 to i, and 2 to 4. """ A few hours can be devoted to private tui tion. ALEXANDER AItURIE, Presbyterian Minister. Sept. 23, 1842. 5N.B.-Mr. Stewart has a complete supply of school books.
COMMERCIAL & MARITIME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
C:OQM-'tItCirAL & n1loRITW ME NEWS. The i to i?rt . hourly expe:tedat Prt Phillip from _'r-D'. le::ern from Moelioumre complain of the •ae?:i acr:" t oh:t con:mnreiT d afiairsare there as T1:. Duoe r t, Rc;l-axs, merchant vessel, had arrived in Melbourne lately, with some thousands of pounds in specie. PROPERTY AT GEELONo.-A sale by auction of the Derwent Company's property took place lately. at Geelong. The land, consisting.of small farms, with frontages on the rivers Banvon atnd Mambul, fetched from £2 to £6 per acre. We are happ: to learn that the result of the late cruise of H. M: sloop BEAG?E, has been an accurate survey, upon a large scale, of the whole of the east em entrance of Bass's Straits, and it is the opinion of the officers of the sloop that the south-eastern part of Kent's Large Group is the most' eligible site for a light-house. By the BEADGL we also learn .that there are not so many dangers in that part of the Straits as is generally supposed. Captain Stoke...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Sept. 19-The brig Fox, Irving, master, from Lagoon Bay, in ballast. Passenger, Mrs. Irving. Sept. 20-The schooneri SALLY ANN," Cummnins, master, from Melbourne. Passengers-Mrs. Wil kinson, two Misses Wilkinson, and five children ; Miss Kitson, Mrs. M'Gowan, Messrs. Wiseman, Finn, Hamilton, and Stewart. Two adults and four children in the steerage. . SAILED. Sept. 21-The brig Fox for Lagoon Bay. IMPORTS... Cargo of the S ALL Ass, frontm elbourne-1 cask wine, I set fire-arms, 3 fenders, 3 papers of candle oticks, Cameron ; 15 bags sugar, Muirhead ; 20 bags flour,'Henty Brothers; 4 boxes apparel, 1 bale, 3 boxes sundries, 2 rags sugar, 3 boxes soap, Dr. Whauton : I paper parcel, Cox ; 3 kegs tobacco, I keg saltpetre, Whyte Brothers; 12 bags sugar, I barrel pork, I chest tea, I keg nails, 1 box, Cla ridge; IS deals, 2 chests tea, 4 doors, 2 bales wool packs, Campbell; 6 guns, I package gunpowder, I package sundries, I bale slops, Hunter; 20 pack ages furn...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
MI?BCELLANEOUS. STATISTICS wORTII KNoWINo.-In Great Britain the individuals in a state to bear arms, from the age of sixteen to sixty is 2,741;847. The number of marriages is about 91,030 yearly; it has'been reckoned that in 63 of these unions there were only three which had no issue. The number of deaths is about 332,700 yearly, which makes nearly 25,592 monthly, 6,395 weekly, 934 daily and 40 hourly. The 'deaths among the women are, in proportion to the men, as 50 to 54. lhd married women live longer than those who .continue in celibacy. In the country, the mean term of the number" of children produced by each marriage is four; in towns the proportion is seven for two marriages. The number of married women, to the general number of the sex, is, as one to tlhree; and the number of married men to that of all the individuals of the male sex, as. three to five. -The num ber of widows is, to that of widowers, as three to one ; but the number of widows who marry again is, to.that of wvi...
CASPER KALINSKI. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
CASPERi KALINSKI. IN thie co se of the sanguinary war which was .ai'ried on between the Swedes and tim Poles:in the sixteenth century, for the pur pose of deciding the respective claims of Sigismund the third, and the King of Po laind to the throne of Sweden, the Swedish usurper prepared to invade Poland with the entire force of his kingdom. Sigismund, uinable to make head against the overwhelm ing superiority of the enemy. contented himself with reinforcing the garrisons of Irhis fronitier towns, andplacingin the chief coin inand' warriors of approved courage and fidelity. Among others, he selected Cas ,per Kalinski, as one in whom he could place the most imlplicit faith. He was a nobleman then advanced in years, and renowned among his countrymen, not so much for wealth or .his rank, as for the dauntless valour he had trri uirntly disptaydl in the ser-ice of his rnative land. lie willipgly obeyed th' c.am ..a'?,f hi~ soveretrin, and repaired imnme ,iiely i t": ..? . N...is:yn, the ...