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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

SYDNEY. BY the Papers received from the Colonial Capital, we observe an address has bees? presented to his Excellency the Governor, by the members of the late Lcgislative L'G?nCil. The address wa s read by the psidop of Australia. His Excellency's an II Ir'was delivered immediately after. TheLord Bishop of Australia hasentered asolemn protest against the See of Rome, fr " a breach and contravention of the can onical laws, usages and common order of the household of faith" in erecting the dio cseof Australia into an episcopal See. A copyof a Circular addressed by the Bishop to the clergy of the Anglican church in his dioese, accompanies the protest in the Syd ,Herald, of the 27th ult. We are happy n observing in the Australian Chronicle, the subject calmly debated. We give tile pro test below ; the circular in our next. An extensive seizure of about 30,000 lbs. of lobacco, together with the Duchess of Kent, had been made by the customs. . meeting of the Commission of the Sy nod ofAus...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRISONER OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

T'riI' PltlSON.Itt OF WA It. "See the shlrepherdl star is sltriing: Mary, quit thy long dlay' toil." : Mother, one we love lie.s piinn?, Captive on a foreign soil. Seized at sea, far, far amav, Il11?elded--but t:e I: ,t, they si'". Spin. p M: .I -y, toil and sphi, For the erpliveone f: r: Spin, pier . 1rt , tail au I sit . For the prisoner of war! " At your call, 1 light my lamp. 1ut my child, why yet in tears ?" " 1Mother-he in the dungeon damp 1Wastes-the sport of fo:mren's jeers. Adrian lov'dme from a boy; is presetnes filled our home with joy.' Spin, &c. " Chill, I too for him would spin, Butt Ilam so old and frail." "All I toil for, all I win, Goes to him I love and wail. To her redding, Rose in vain Invites me-hark: the miioistrcl's strain" Spin, &c. "Child. draw nigh the fire:' I pray, " Chill it grow as as day declines," " Mother, Adrian,* they say, In a floating dungeon pines: Strangers, men of cruel nood, llejnpume his hand stretched out for food," Spin, &a...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

PROTEST. In the name of God. Amen. By this Public instrument be it declared and made mown to all, that in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty three, according to the course and reckoning of the Church of England, on Saturday, the twonty' fih of hiarch, being.tlie Festival, of the An nunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary, at or afar the hour of eleven in th c forcnccl, be fore the comnuenceient of the Morning Ser vice for the day, in the Vestry adjoining and pertaining to the Church of St. James the Apostle in the City of Sydney, and Colonyof New South Wales, in the presence of me, James Norton Notary Public, and Registrar of the Diocese of Australia, lawfully consti tuted according to Letters- Patent, of his late, Majesty King William the Fourth, and in presence also of the witnesses whoose nanmes are hereinafter receited, the Right Rever nd Father in God, William Grant by Divine Permission Bishop of Australia, did perso nally put in and exhibit a certain writ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Fu~~RnER intelligence; to that which we gave in a late number, of this colony, we glean from the Sydney Herald. AuSTRALInD.-This settlement is, afterlong delay, now making some tolerable progress in improvement. One hundred and fifty lots, in hundred-acre farms, had, in July last been surveyed and chosen by the par ties who held selection orders. These farms are said to comprise some of the finest land in the Colony, with the advantages of water carriage and proximity to the town. Ar rangements are already in progress by many to bring their land into cultivation, or to stock it numerously at once. The survey of other portions of the colony was proceeding with, and about six weeks from the time above mentioned, one hundred and fifty more hundred-acre lots, would be ready for selection. Mr. M. Waller Chief Commis sioner of the Western Australian Company, in January last gave notice that the Directors of the Company had transmitted for dispo sal in the Colony, fifty ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

T PnORTLAsO GUanrDA ANDo NoinnoAoy GcscArL \ADVr?TISrtc is published 'eCer Sa turday tnornong, and immediatelyl forwarded to erery part qf the proviiace; an'd by the earliest opportuiityo to the following places :--Sydney, llobart Town, Port Phillip, Launcestoni .Soth Australia, Snwan lRiver, New Zeanlld, and Cape of Good Hope; and to the Alanritlls, jingland, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, France, India, ic. Terims of Subscriptionr are, credit 0ls, per quarter, rash 8s.; the quarters cnding 31st of Maarch 30th Jane, 30th September, and 31st Dec., in each year respectively; to some o ae orf hich periods all resignations mont previously refer. so resignation will beacceptedlwithout payment of the current quarter aind all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, will rn that case only be charged fromn the period they commenred sutb scribing. 'rach advertlisemnt will be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, anol ...

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Commercial and Maritime Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

Commercial azid Maritime Intelligence. T'Pr: Sl'otia.--The recent circunistances at tentdat upon the " thie total loss" and the."per fedt: retbe'er"y of the schooner Scotia, gave rise to very seriois considerations in respect to in avanoces. The t'ets are shortly these: the Sco tia, w.?s insured in the Van Dieinuei's Land Comn panyv for £1,300. She was reported bythetnas ter as having been run onl shore on the N. E. coas+t, ini a sinking state, having struck on a sun ken rock some thirty miles from'land, which knocked a hole iti her liottom. Particular cir cu:mstances induced the company to send- their survevor, Mr. Tlonkint to survey the vessel. lie took ?witht him Mr. Griffiths, the well-known whaler, and a ship carpenter. They found the vessel on shore, but were unable to discover the hole caused'by the sunken rock. They threw out eighty tors of stotte from her, when she readily floated, and is now safe in theirharbour. Th'llis is certainly a strong c:ase, and ought to put all in...

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WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

WOOL TRADIlS. 'T' t imttus given to trade generally by the tihely receipt of Ivsouorable' news from China and Ildia, has hai it, till influence on the Colonial Wool sales of the rir:sent series, which eout tnented oil the 2 tlh Novemnba r and cncluded ao tihe 7th l)ecember, masI twith lit:le car:,. isl, proceeded tith spirit to their conclusist at a sflight improvemeent. The quanltity ciaaidt,1 c. - 7211 Iales S.%l: :y W01ol o070 . ' tn,'5 Lud h2012 P 'ort Phitllip 317 .. S lSot .\tstral:a 143 .. Swa;tn lli iter '2201 , Cape 1.t622 1421 . East Itdia 130 til tlhles The intreasingattention given by all tassesoftntn- ] ufacturers and declares to Cloonialol Wol fr a long ] time past, mnakes it mtore than ever important that great care should be bestoswel on the sustaining and inmproving its quality, as well as in its suitable preparation for the market : hence has arisen our frequent allusions to irregularity inl the packing. I " particularly in one of oul .eent circulatrs." ,We regret ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. GREAT BRITAIN. EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

FOREIGcN INTELLIGENCE. GIRE-ATr BRITAIN. EM IG RATION. ( Iost THIE LONDON TIM\E.) 'Sothing, perhaps, has more .ignally exepsnllified the fa lacy of the "let alone" systeml than immi era:ito. Whatever else may be safelv or ewiselv he left entirely to the agency of accidenlt and given up to the vicissitudes of things, experience has proved that colonial immnigration cannot. There are two distinct and separate interests to be considered in this matter-the interest of the mother country, and the interests of the colony-the interest of the emi grant colonist, as well as that of the overflowiln ronulation at home. It was of old the nallncnr, and infeed it is still too mullch so, to look upon ilmnigra tlion principally, -or even solely, with reference to one of these interests, that, namnely, which was pre sent lihefre peopl's eyes-the interests of the honle population:-" The population are starvinlg!--popju lation has hee, anid is indelinitely encrealing, he yonrl the possibility of lhoml...

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AMERICA. IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

AMERICA. IMPORTANT rtot n.stttXNGTOrtN. We learn that the President and his Cabinet are determined to maintain their independence of Texas, and measures iave'already been adopted preparatory to puttinga stop to theinvasionthreatened by Mexico. The Constellation frigate, 44.1 guns, the Marion sloop of war, one of the largs steamers, and all the West Indian fleet, are ordered to concentrate before Juan d'Ulloa, at Veta Cruz. General Alionitchas given mtore ollbttco than inspired friendship-and we should not be surprised if hostilities were to break out be tween the United States uand Mexico, if the latter do not pay the claims at once. The President is also prepatring his message. lie will insist on the passage of his currency plan, called the " Exchequer," at thle next session-and if Con gress still refiuse, under recent and coming demon strations at the elections, he will, after the 4th of March,'call an extra session of the New Congress, aohd raise an excitement that will demolish ...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINCE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1843. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

I'ORtTLANI) GUAIKDI?9AN, And Normanby -General Advertiser. TO I'IOTIOiCT'OUIH rillTS--SpT .OTO INFRIINC'UPON .THSo OF OTII'1lG&." SATURDAY, MAY G. 18113. 7COURT OF REQUES'T'S. 'T'is second session'of our Requests Cdnrt, was holden in the Police Office, on Monday last, to the reciprocal joy and grief of a con siderable portion of our town and country residenuts. As the operations of that insti tution are likely to be of some consequerice in the improvementof the district, the:bes towel of a few obseitvtions -on the subject may not be unacceptable to thi~public. The number of cases entered on thie re cords of the court for adjudication by the. Commissioner, amounted to upwards of fifty ; but, as we anticipated, a great number of those were settled out of court. We are by no means inclined to limit the beneficial effects of this institution, and to judge of its advantages by the actual num ber-of cases which are entered upon its re cords, or to estimate the worth of the court b...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, WoE have received papers friom Adefaide up to the 31st M.archlby thelate mail from hIelbourne, from which we give the following extracts:- The Victoria, Captain Simpson, has arrived from King George's Sound. She brings the gratifying itelligence that her cargo of flour was readily purchased at that place, at the prices of £20, £22B and £23 per totn while Captain Simpson was empowered to sell at £15 per ton. The purchase mouncy was paid in gold and silver. It seems that floaur was very scarce when the Victoria arrived, and the inhablitants were daily expecting a supply froln Swan River. At that place, however, it was stated that flour was selling at £20 per ton, so that there is still, even there, a good market. At the Sound there was also a great demand for spirits, porter, and wines, and plenty of money to pay for them, which, doubtless, arises from the fact that num hers of French and American whalers frequent the place from the neighbouringseas.-Sout/serns Asrall...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. 'B.?NKs.-It will be seien by our adverti sing columns, that the banks have .reduced the rate of interest to the same level with the scale recently adopted in Sydney. Mr. Hart the inspector of the Australasian, and Mr. M'Laren, the inspector of the Union Bank, arrived by the Sea Hlorse, accompan ied by Mr. David t1' Arthur, the manager of the former bank here. The numerous friends of this gentleman will be glad to Icarn that his health is rapidly improving. AMr. M'Arthur returns to Sydney by the Fling Fish, on Thursday Morning. The two in spectors will remain in the province for some days yet.-Herald. NEw INSOLVENT.-Sincelast publication. Thomas Barry Alexander, settler Mount Macedon. Liabilities, £670ls.'2d. ; assets, £653.-Ibid. .FoRaoER.-On Thursday last, a person named Anderson, was apprehended on a war rant, charged with defrauding Mr. Davis, who keeps a branch establishment for Mr. Cashmore, of the Victoria House, by means of a forged cheque fo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE. P.ir..i. O'rcr.c.-Little or uiothing has lieei; done before the ,Police BIench during the Iast week. On Wednesday last a prisoner of the crown, named Laurence Cinmmins, was socn tenced to 24 hours solitary confinement, for in solence to the Chief Constable of Police. On Thursday; ,idother prisoner of the crown, was brought up on a charge of being dut after hours, but owing to the excellent character given hilts by Mr. Assistant Surveyor Keonedy, and it be ing his first offence, lhe was discha'rged, after a. cautiorf from the esidcli. WatAIm.a AT PorT FaIRY.-On Sunday last iwo sisles visitedlthe Port,.and after skirting' the Bay, proceeded out to sea-not having, it is supposed, sullicient shelter for calving. O:ur informant states, that when he left Port Fairy, g whaling boat was being equipped, in anticipa lion of unatlier visit froni the " Leviathan of the deep;" SNAKES-We deem it our duty again to warn parents and others as to the danger to be appre- hended fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

lMfVO . . ..L. ROBERT H ERBERTSON, SF.Si:Et'TUL l.Y 'inti:nates to his nrsureruat C.le:d., a.l m e Public generall, tnmt he :,.: o-. ,,n "aeda. last, to that large and cou :r..i? t.:ouse :,tel . treetedby Mr. Black. in Jiu a i.te, ,sert to tthe t.-oporan~ S:arch Churc-h. b-re Lt :;il carry u:s ba;inrss aj'hitherto. R 11. alt states that he intendts c.llhg oil his .p:c:ntstce, lnsistisng of gtuoeeris, haberd.ashery. .c.. at a r-t neel ra:e. as he purpose; ca:ering intou ;,ther bu. n'e: it., or thrie months.. Apvrii . TIO0 MAS BOOTH, LGS;5 to s:.e that L.i .tp?re.??tmauzr:ettrlitg Far;.itar i.t a l.a.irt i.ure thar. atu "vhouse-'t :he Colo.--:. Th.: sllaoiing prices will srrve .s a :i:-ri:-~ & s. d. C.-nir rs- t ,lrtst .. .. 2 1 0 i and uLpw. ':a, r.a ..... 1 15 , G.iou. cess :'Chairs .. IOtoO 12 0 0:u!t-battom:o ditlU .. . 1 0 0 Spring-staltd Soflas, trom .. 'TO 10 T. 11. mut respTectfully ia~ites the ladies and gentle:sea of Portland to inspeet a vsample of fur s.it.are just...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 May 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING or er'CY DESCRII'TION,- INCLUDlING PAMPHLEaTS, CIRCULARS, BILrT-tlODS, I.AW' roaRMS, ItA\ND-DI.LS, CARDS, &C. SC., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT TIIF G AWLER-STREET', 'UIILISIISNO OFFICE OF o 'li: PORTLAND GUARDI)AN, AT On sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, TFLOUR, first, seconds and thirds ' Oats. Bran, pollard Window glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14 Paint, red, green, white and blackd Paint oils, turps Sugar noist mld refined Tea. Cottee Soap, Hawes's loaisins, Muscatltl and Coap Currants figs; priunes, dates Pres'ired fruits, jams Pickles; quart and pint, (in cases) Sauces, isoustard Salt, fine and doarse, in casks, lBags and jh?skets Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes l(opes Cheese, Enllish and Dutch, colonial butter Vinegar, whitening. Treacleo Leatheri, tle, kip, kangaroi aiid dressed shreep skins Blacksmniths vices . Nails, batten, clasp a?id clout, of sizes I Ditto, shingle, hurd e; spikes, carpenters brads a Screw augurs, in sets Saw...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

PRTLANDII PRICE CURRENT, p-er a-rrel, burton - - 7 0 1 TI er, Truteman's stoitt,t p.r id. - - 7 0 6 - i Hoare's, - - . . . 6 0 - bottled, Talor's, - 0'6 6 10.:con, per lb., taking to flthe - 0 1l Iseef, llambro', per barrel :- 510 . East India, ditto - - 6 0 lran, per bushel, - - '- 0 1t lricks, per lthousand, - - - I l B'utter, per lb, -- 0 1 Canidles, Etglis, English, r l, - 0 1 Colonlal ditto - - - 0 0 Cheese, English,. per lb. - - 0 1 - Colonial - - 00'1 Canvass, per holt 2 12 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, ten - 30 0 Coffee, per cwt. - - 0 5'12 . Corks, per gross - - '0 5 Deals, per foot - - - 0 0 Flour, firsts, per 100lbs. - - 1 2 - seconds, ditto - 01 0 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - 0 0 - currants, ditto - 0 1 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - 0 - barley, ditto - 0 7 6 - osts, ?itto -. - 0 3 0 Gunpowder, per lb - - 0 liamis, ditto - - - 0 1 6 Ilay, best description, scarce :0 10 0 Iron, assorted, per ton - 21 0 Litharge, per cwt. - 4 4 Lead, per ewt. -- - 2 10 0 - shot, ditto - - - ...

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ON TRUE RICHES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

ON TRlUE RICHllS. Who are the i:h ? Those who have gathre d gold By any me-ans, andl wa?lor:ed in such p!easure As gold can buy! Is this the narrow measure By which the wealth of our great world is toldl DIe:n we the dullard rich, whose pampered mould Shuts in a paltry soal, who !eels the pressure ft i oarded care., and whoe e most hidden treasure In shining drcrs alone! Are such enralled The favored oer s. N; : only in the ru.ni Can we be ric or po3r. The living pv.er Of lotier thought and feeling is alone Worthy the names of wealth: in these see ftied All that alds worth to life; end trhus each one That hath those gi?~ :eany sn'ilr, thuueh fortune lower. 11ope: I know all thy falsehood; and I know Ilowwholeso:ne is the lore thy foe imea-ts ; With what high wisdom Time infornns our hearts; Unteaching thy sweet lessons; be it so. Alas! can sighs be all the thanks wee owe For gifts so precious? With wh:at Parthian darts Doth memory wound, when all they izard-azts Fail. and the soul h...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

COLONIAL MARKETS CAREFULLY COURRECTED U TO THE Lt.o IT PORT PHILLIP" Flour, first....1 2 0 Bread, . 1 ,.0 Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cl ti .......... 0 17 0 Bee lb.... Wheat, bushel. 0 66 Nuttton . *Maize ....... . 0 o Pork ... Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal 0 .LAUNC'-STO " Wheat, bushel..O 6 0 llecf, perlb.. o Barley........0 5 0 Mutton.. o Oats..........0 4 G Pork........ 0 Flour, firsts.. 8 0 0 Veal .......o 0 Secoils ...... 16 0 0 lButter..... . 0 lThirds........1 0 0 Bread, 4Ib ...0 0 i A )ELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..O 0 0 Flour, fints,..23 0 i Bralt..-.. . . , ..0 1 4 Seconds .... 20 0 Ilarley........0 4 0 Beef, per l...0 0 4 Oats........ ..0 7 0 JMltltol ... ... o0 Maie .. .. o 0 Pork ........ o0 0, Pota tos, to ..10 0 0 lutter ........ 0 2 SYIDNIEY. Finelflour l00lbs.e.Cl 0 0 'Beref perlb.....o U Seconds ........0 17 0 l.Muttonl......*.0 0 Thirds.. .. ....015 0 IRuml, inlbond,..0 16 Wheat, perbisliel 0 6 Brandy ..... o0 Maize ........ . 0 1 0 Sugar,; per lollG 00 Barley ....... 0...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

MIELBOURNE. His Iionor tlidlesidoitJuidge.at. a late erimi nal session's hield in Melbdurne delivered the following address. :-Gentlemen, that admirable English Judge, Mr; Justice Coleridge, a very few years since in his' cliihrgb to tle grarid Jury of the County. of Som'erset said i " Preventioni of clime is muIcli ror impo'rtalit tlan the pun ishment of it," and his Loidslihf then expatia ted on education as a micasure of the prevention of crime, andas ameasure ofthie last importance. 1 I me'an, of course; (said his Lordship,) not only that the eduieatio'n should e be based.upon religious instruction, btlt that religious instruction should be .the beginning, the middle and the end ; not the nisoie teaching the Bible; or saying the Catechism, brit the kanowledg of. whdt the Bible contains, and thei understanding of wlint is taught in the Catechism ; thi.s religids isistruc tion mnst he the very beginning, the life and soul of tfih whole." In' nylast .ddres to'a Sydeiey JurY, I took...

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