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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

Til PonTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMIANDII GESERAL ADVERTISER is published every Sa turday morning, and imnnnediately forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest onportnity to the follouwing places :-Sydney, /lobart Town, fort Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swan River, Newo Zealand, and Cape of Good Hope; and to the Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, France, India, .5c. Terms of Sublscription arc, credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of AMarch 3Oth June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively; to some one of chich periods all resignations must previously refer. \o resignation rill beacceptedwithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commence meot of any quarter, will in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertiscment will be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for every l...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial and Maritime Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

Co?namnrCial and IrIaritime Intelligence. S-ttIrPT.ECt o7 rue " RsLL.us.cr.."-Theship wreck of the Reliance, from China to London, at Etaples, near.loulogne, on Satorday, has cre ated considerable sensation in the city of Lon don. The loss of 110 persons out of the.116 on board has cast a gloom df the most melancholy description among the merchants connected with the East India trade. IIer last place f resort was St. Helena, and the parties interestedin her fate were therefore in expectation every day of hearing of her safe arrival. It appears that of : the crewr and passengers numbering thearnount * isf persons already stated, the saved are one European, described to be the ship's carpenter, and five.Lascars, who reached the shore in one - of the boats of the vessel. '2,e Reliansce was an .!.d ship on this trading station, and had on Sbolard a cargo of. tca of considerable value, be idethe freightage incidental to a vo;age she w:as in the Inbit of perfortning. The quantity of tea"s...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

?IORTL.NLD GUARIT \ Amd Normaby Gz=erl a 'liri SATULRDAY, MAY 13. 1.i-' arl.i= on ermIratie Zs, zl.7 .r" ert~c- n0r5er s" mind zhe reader. tha: :'e Jozn :.-r= wi:h the extr=e:-is taken is the a:k;owled mrents there:n put forth are p:ca.'-ly but a a mi -teral fCr, o :e e judge of the gro-i whicz he wVihes to c-i cupy in tr; eni-.n szas ,' 2 o t arliamen ; and to ac: ra a gage b'y w al h;- shall bo i ais to -oIr a - le .s. -s . ;a a :.y mt a sures en emv!gr--tion :ight mneet :n ith. i :1 1- .L · .p .I.. I iounded on -?e prn -?,:.ci "h .c.?i':ated in :':: r'aocle i v q-ar, e son. A han::e in ,th mtei of emiýration is evidently und.r consider.:o-. The ir:e tho ea who ra'e r d 're:: , a os the c.h:ef -hiu 'aV2 Coo; ouiiores are ll Be.- :toh prfl or [ Saffrs of t.he naia in their hand-. ThI exress of popuik.:ion a-. re ":. smaximum num"er that en otai:: n ar hunedt and inde pendent - ivelihoGd, is ianua!l.y encreriZng, I 2.and tlreatens the p.:ce and Iafrety of the empire. . olantary emi-...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. The Festival of the Annunciation, Sydney, 25th March, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. The Festival of the Anninicintion, Sydney, 25Lh March,1843. Reverend Brother,-An occasion of no ordinary importance, and of no less difliculty, constrains tme to to summlnon you to the sup port of the Church entrusted to our keep ing; and to claim your assistance, unitedly with that of the whole body of the clergy, to guard it from harm and loss.. Subjoined to this communnication yon will find a Declaratory Protest; which, in fulfil ment of my part of the common obligation, I have promulgated in .rsistanlce to rcccnt ncta of the See of Rome: suchaets ein i breach and contravention of tl:e anov laws, usages, and common order of ih household of faith. In calling your attention to this dfersive measure, I am not studious of your infita, tiotn only ; but is my desire, that incoe, , nicating to the flock under your charge th decision which I have formed in th is mt you will explain at the same time the ne:v.. ity to which I have been leduced. YTouilI theref...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

.M1ISCELLANEOVs. EXTiRAORDINARY HOAX.-A. most extraordinary series of deceptions have recently been perpetrated upon a gentleman of high respectability', as a tmr chant, residing in Bristol, through the instrnmental ity, or r.yther by the contrivance, of a young fenmale whorn he had Irought oup in lis house from child hood, and in every resncet treate.d as his own daugh teer. By the artifice, o this ungrateful girlhcr oen efactor was deluded into the belief that a lady ofcon siderable wealth, andl first-rate conunections was de oiro:s of obtaining his hand. The hoax was carried in sith more thaan usual ingenuity and perseverance, i ohe lady irs question big ocrfeertly ignorant f tile rausetion, as well as o elt persou of tie instigated lo.er, and after considerable expense had been incur red bv tihe latter arranmcuents wecre nmade b'him for tle union. These, 'nhappilv, werer arricli to etnct, and the malrrim was celebrated itnllondon, whenuis posnu epla'atio, tile unfortunate dahpe ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

.B EET, BiACS.S?;In AND PA?LIE. r?FCiT-T,£ELTT , otL _~-S . ':TIMATES to ti:" 5~--. _= --e' P.-. D_ f-:- a*.. ti.x: pe : c~-i o - :- I: i - Of oral-" " - .`-:.-_ O:ders p:;-nptly att:?-d'd to. .,,f . i, 3. REMOVAL. ROBERT HIERBERTSON, :. re. - ed Teai !:. to hI--" !.re ast t?, - .e will c--r7 o= i:~s l a i "ht-\"o. R. ii. als '-_as "t: he intes -likg f pe:-en:z aa. o-nrsi D- of gr-c , hambodrkhobero.y ;;her 51-ines1 intwo Cr týf ...east. TIOM3IAS BOOTIH, J) F _,':-::+ at a los?e i:gure t!r La: L h-uste is t:e Conai. Tue ?:J-=!.. p-; "--ill 1_r.e ) :-' - £ s. d. Cr- i'-er. f:o, .. .. "12 0 and u . G..1i c.,r Ch. rs .. 10to i2 0 S:.?- ,::o.:=i ditom .. .. 1 U O .....- So-s. from .. G "1. B. most reiaectte ly iun!, "he ladiei rnd oe.:i:tnts of Par'!:n! to i~ -"se _:ple- of fua: t.::t;z just nsw flatsýl-e--;eer,.. cCt: te L.:. i :11 'nro" any-eeeicl fir s eaut' sJ : :lty, will be fona to bear rempaori.':; -W :'at a;::rle ci the n-=,r dsec--.rit: mana:;ta.:.' eL:her at h.uce or abroad. P...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

LOCAL INTELLIrGENCE. A VAonANT.-A main named George Corns, well known in Melbourne, who for some time past had, according tohis own account, not lived very regularly, was deservedly-sentenced by the ~nech, on 'luesday last, to three months in Melbourne Jail, fiir feasting himnself at the ex pense of sundry of our respectable innkeeipers in the township. He was proceeding to Port Fairy, for the.benefit of that settlement, only Mr. Finn, who l?cells a bright look.out after suchl gentry, happenedto.stop Iris progess for a few months, and will render it necessary for him to go by tlhe way of Melbourne, ih order to his sale arrival at the former place. SEcaso.-The Rev. J. Y. Wilson on Sunday last, on the occasion of reading and explaining the Bishop of Australia's protest, delivered a highly clo?sient and argtmnientative discourse on some of the points on which a differetnce of.opi nion exists between the Romanists and their episcopal brethren of the English Church., The sermon is cosimi...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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THE CHINA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 13 May 1843

THE CHINA TRADE. The trade to China has hitherto been like smost of our.European mnarkets-- reciorocity all one side the articles allowed to be imported belng sivtc,. tin, flint, scarlet rags, and a few articles used in dyeing. The first attempt on the part of the Eug!ish to es tablish an intercourse with China, seems to hnve hbeen so far back as 1590, when three v-.selr were fitted out in charge of Benjamin Woao, bearin letters from Queen Elizabeth to the Emperor. .These-ships, however, were lost on ther way out, aid no renewal of the project appears to have been attempted. The oldest record of the Company at Canton is dated April 0,.1687. Five ships were then sent out under the commandof Captain Wedd:l. They firt arrived satAclrcen, in Sumatra. This fleet arrived at Aeheen, in Sumatre. This fleet arrived ,if Macao, Mav' 2S. These ships acre. after oame bloodshed, sauplied with cargoes; but no further trade took place for many years. L.ave was satme time after given to the English ...

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

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPITION, INCLUDING I'AMPIIIF.ETS, CIRCULARS, DILL-IIADS, LAW IOIttIS, IIAND-BILLS, CA.DS, &C. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT Tile EMIEPiRI. PRO1 IPJ O1IJ E0 GAWLER-STREET, rPUid:silaNG OFFICcE OF 'rlE PORTLAND GUARIDIAN, AT On sale atile Stores of the Undersig i d, FLOUR, first, seconds and thirds .i' Oats iran, pollard Window glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 1b Paint, red, green, white and black Paint oils, turps Sugar utioist and refin.ed Tea Coffee Soap, IIawes's loisins, Muscatel andt Cape Currants, figs, prunlles, dates Preserved fruits, jams Pickles, quart and pint, (in eases) Sauces, mustard Salt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskcts Iron pots and camp ovens of sizes Rapes Cheese, English and Dutch, colonial butter Vinegar, whitening. t Trencle a Leather, sole, kip, kangaroo and dressed sheep skins Blacksmiths rices t Nails, batten, clasp and clout, of sizes 1 Ditto, shingle, hurdle, spikes, carpenters brads ...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURROI'0T, S WIIOLSALE PRICES. L d Ale, bottled,, Dunbar's brand - 0 16 6 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 0 10 0 per hhd. ditto - - 3 10 0 --------per barrel, burtoh - - 7 0 0 Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - - 7 0 0 - Iloare's, - - . - 6 10 0 -' bottled, Tay lor's, - - 10 Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch - 6 Beef, Hambro', per barrel - -5 10 0 - East India, ditto - - 6 0 0 Bran, per bushel, - - - 1 Bricks, per thousand, - - 2 0 Butter, per lb, - - - 0 1 0 Candles, English, per Ib, 0 1 0 Colonial ditto - 0 00 Cheese, English, per lb. - - - - 0 1 -- Colonial - - - 0 0 10 Canvass; per bolt - - - 2 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 0 Cotffee, per ewt. - - - 5 12 0 Corks, per gross - 0 5 0 Deals, per toot - 0 0 1 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. - - - 1 2 0 ---s econds, ditto - - - 00 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - 0 0 06 -- currants, ditto - - - 0 I 0 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - 0 7 0 ---- barley, ditto- - 0 7 0 -- oats, ditto - 0 6 0 Gunpowder, per lb - 0 3 6 Yiams, di...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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COLONIAL MARKETS. CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

COLOmALNA ETS CAREFVULLY CORRECTED UP TO Tlt LATrt$Det PORT PHILLIPS` Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread tlbs' 0 Seconds........1 0 0 Potatoes, et. 0 Ration......... 0 17 0 Beef, lb .... 0I Vheat, bushel. 0 M0 6 utton .0 Maize.........0 0 Pork 0 Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal .. 0 LAUNCESTON. "' \Wheat, buslhcl..0 6 0 Beef, perlb..,.0 0 Barley........ 5 0 Mutton....... :0 0 Oats...........0 4 Pork......... Flour, firsts .. 18 0 0 Veal . 0.. 0 Seconds...... 1 0 0 Butter . 0 Thirds........14 0 0 Bread, 41b .... 0I1 ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsts,.2 0 0 Brn ..........0 1 4 Seconds.....20 00 Barley........ 04 0 Beef, per lb.,..0 O Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ...0 0 4 Maize ........0 6 0 Pork......0....0 0 6 Potatoes, ton..10 0 01 Butter .....0 2 0 SYDNEY. Fine flour 1001bs. £1 0 0 Beef, perlb..... 001 Seconds .......017 0 Mutton........ 04 'IThirds..........015 0 Rum, inbond,..0 34 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 0 Brandy;.....0 46 Maize ..........0 4 0 Sugar, per ton20 0 Barley ........ 03 6 ...

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PRESENT CLOSE OF THE WAR IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

PRESENT CLOSE OF TIlE WAR IN CIllN.\. From the Colonial Gazette . to?. '0. The commercial view of the question is per haps the lmost encouraging. There can be no doubt that if the constitution the Chinese em pire remain unfeebled-if thle arrangements for carrying tor carrying the treaty into crTect be sati.fictorv settled-if the ransonm be duly paid, the Chinese territory evacuated by the British troops, and undersianding come to about the opium trade-and if the Western nations rest satisfied with confining their relations with China to a legitimate commercial interconrse-much substantial benefit must derive from the open ing of the four new ports. But here is a fearful array of loss to qualify our anticipations offiu ture benefit. The views and the temperexpress edby the organs of public opinion in 1'ranceand Englantd are the reverse of encouraoing ; and to all of us the mind and morals of China are ant utter terra incogsitn : we have no facts whence to infer the probable or even p...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PAPERS from Adelaideliave reached us via Mel bourne, but they do not give tlihe:interestingand stirring notices of those of former dates. We extract the i'ollow'ing, as most descrving of no tice, from ithe Sonthern? Alitralian: We are glad to hear that t he f.liibelh has been chartered by E. C. Penly for the New Zealanid trade. She will sail in about a fort night freiglited with Souith Auistraliais produce, to stipply the settlements in Cook's Straits and the Southern Island Tlhe owine, Mr. Smith, has settled agaiis among us.. His opinion of New Zealand coincides with that of all other visitors whom we liave seen, that it is a most miserable country as yet, \sitli very little pros liect of ever becoming great or prosperous. We understand that a generai battle is ex pected to take place in a few days, betseen the Encounter Bay and Murray River tribes. In tihe war the fornter will be joined by the Lower Murray and Lake Tribesi Tlie imatter in dis pute soutild be rathe...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1843. AGRICULTURAL CAPABILITES OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

PORfTLAND GUARDIAN, And Norman'by General Advertiser. TO PROTECT OUR RIGIITS-NOT TOINFRINGOUPON TIOSE OF OTHERS.O SATURDAY, MAY 20, 18.13. AGRICULTURAL CAPABILITES OF THE DISTRICT. WE have felt, for some time past, desirous of laying before the subscribers to the Guar dian, a statement tending to set forth the agricultural capabilities of the Portland District. The consequence of the subject, and a consciousness of our inability to do it .the justice which its importance demands, have hitherto prevented us from making the attempt. The future advantages however, to the town of Portland, and indeed to every portion of the district, from its valuable re sources as a grain growing country, ought .not to be allowed to remain undisclosed, because they cannot be set forth in all the strength and mightiness in which they are found to exist. Portland, as a grazing district, will vie with any that have yet been discovered in the rich pastoral province of AustraliaFelix. Its upland or higher p...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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THE STOCK OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

THE STOCK OF THE DISTRICT' We were gratified at hearing, on tie arrival of E. Henty, Esq., in town the other day, that theflocks thatgentleman las latelydriveC into the New Country, on the Glenelg, are improving by the change in a very unu sual manner. They have become, in a sur prisinglyshort time fit for the butcher, and have improved, in other respects, in an equally satisfactory manner. The Porlland District, that gentleman, we undctstand, states, is not half occupied by scttlers; an na many more could be accommodated with splendid stations as those who are already supplied with them. We should think 'the circumstances of the colony, andthe crowded state of the sheep stations in the Melbourne District, will not allow this part of Australia Felix long to remain only partially occupied by settlers. In the mean time, we concele, stock in the district, on account of the reaU diness with which sottlers'hnayplocure sta ions, will render their property more valu able here than in other...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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THE LAUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

TIHE L.UNCII. Unform'd, in the forests of cart!h, Thy timbers neglected had lhin, 'nutil man's magic art drew them forth. Ills servants to be on the main. In the 'sanme dauntless spirit that gave the birth, On! dnwards, careering, encompass the earth! Gaily, near thy fathomless Rhome, Right gallantly now dost thou glide! And noir eresting the whi:e ?oarn foam, In thy buoyancy, boldness, and pride! .s seccure :a a rot thy bold front shalt rear, 'iTy foundatirn on billows, thy summnit in air! Thou proudest achievement of art! Its triumphs proclaim far and wde ; Irom tlhin own native forests depart, Transplanted from earth to the tide! Go to war with the elements boldly in strife, As if thou wert really "a thing of life." As is launtch'd on the waves of the ocean, The vessel so bold and so free On ithe billows of public conmmotion So may orn adventurer be: With a general cargo of fiction and truth, loe the solace cf age and the guidance of youth.

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

THE PORTLAND ,.LUARDIAN AND rNORMANIY GENERAL ADVERTISEIR is published every Sa turday morhing, and immediately forwarded to ecery part of the province; and by the earliest opportunity to the following places :--Sydney, Ilobart Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swatn Ri-ver, New Zealand, and Cape of Good hope; atnd lo tlie Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the Uniled States of America, France, India, L'c. Terms of Subscriptlion are, credit 1s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending lst of March 30th Jane, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively; to some one of whicrh Iperiods all resignations must previously refer. No resignation will beacceptedwithout payment of the current gtarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the cotmmnence ment of any quarter, will s, that 'ase only be charged from the period they commeinced sub scribing. Each adverlisement oill be charged at the rate of 3s. for.ihe first six lines, and 3d. for e...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

ENGLAND. Prsce wITH CtHIS..-As showing the views which intelligent merchants in London enter tain of the eflfct which the peace with China will have upon the wool-market, we subjoin the fol lowing extract of a letter from Messrs l)onald son, Lambert and Co., dated London, Decem ber 1 :-" After having advertised for sale the present series of wool consigned to us per .wrerefta, Hope, and Sltnderipsi, amounttting to upwards of Si60 bales, intelligence was been re ceived that a treaty of peace with China was conclutded, and upon terms which we could con ceive will have a most beneficiali efRet upon the commerce of this of this country, seeing that no less than five ports of great import:ance are to be opened to our merelhants, instead of the trade b-ing, at hitherto, confined to Canton, anid the t tra;aetions of this country limited to the olperations of the IHong merchanlts. Sosoon as this important intelligence beeame knowni to the manitufretnring districts of Lancashire, an immediat...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. COURT OF REQUESTS—TOWER HAMLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

MISCELLANEOUS. COURT OF REQUESTS-TOWER II.AMILETS. An Aide-mna. aScrew and a Straw.-A licesnd - r:??- e~ r of veryr ortly dimensions-?sa eighteen oea'.' stkif the o.iil "-sole proprietor of the Peter- Plat:er." sued for the sum of £1 Js., for ?, c1 sell and delivered. The defendant, a learyv teh: dne-easte. r, hose literary labours appeared a hne been esva ted to th-e N ewate Calendar," leaded the s.a slEpper.- point, that "No lan'lord C 'vn-' ,c?e.-T'a : is a very diahonest plea, Sir. De LJoa--Not a bi: on it-i:s a pin, o' lot' and C,'ai..:: d ion.er .-Br sii.et. sir--lauhter.) - eas nos'e worrr wt tEiA all 'yirity tclkers 'spli'd via o- Icr. a'= Crrnisnostaer.-W, i p-W i e s ,et. sir? D ,:,emhmt.- - d :e't ray- ,:a.ink- the statty taunr- tt rtPniat you CIse worr well: I say again AmtL ich :tn I rther, e g2 s ° handed up his "Jlln DiEro--ct Wllflutr 2sr' E s. £ s. d. '"To .i-f-,ad-lutf, Ui p:.t - - - 0 6 6 To Ralse mai e: -- - - -- 0 3 4 To D case - - - - - - - 06 0 Ta Bo.!ow - - -...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 20 May 1843

MELBOURNE. WeI have received papers frdm Melbodrne upto the 12tli iist., from which we glean the following: The prices of nicat in New Zealarid are at- i tracting the attention of shippers inl Melbourne. The scenes at the Police Office in Melbourne, are often of the iidst ludicrous descriptibn; Mr. Kerr has lately appeared thei'e for: carryiung about with him a deadly weapon; and hissquibs and other offensive noticesin the Patriot, against the Irish, are of such a character as to give hini sdome reason of ci popular outbreak taking place, in which he is not likely to cbme off second best. Mr. Raymond, a Melbouine Barrister; and Ex-Sheriff, offered himselfas a candidate forth le gislnturc, buthas subsequentlyretracted liis offer. Major Mitchell has consented to standfor the district instead of the borough. The following are cxti:cts:- WrLcen's ESTAEr.-We understand that the Chief Commiasioner of the insolvent Court has directed the deposition of Mr. J B Were, take in the insolvent Co...

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