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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 June 1843

MISCELLANEOUS. FARINt. ot PoT.5roEs.-Tbhe forinn, or flour of which starch is mate, is easily procured from po a toes, by simply grating them into clear spring water, wvhen it seperates from the other particles, and sinks to the cotton. In 1807, Mrs. Norris, of Union street, near the :Middlesex Hospital, discovered that tihe liquor obtained in the process of making potato starch would clean silk, woollen or cotton goods, without damage to the texture or color. It is also good for cleaning painted waistcoats; and tile white pecula, the substance of which potato-starch is made is a usefuil nourishing food, with soup or milk. Po tatoes boiled down to pulp, and passed through a sieve, form a strong and nourishing gruel, that may be given to calves as well as pigs, with great advan tage and saving of milk. AosurCiLTUn AL COLLCOE:.-The eucrcess of the Kent lBgrieultural College has led to the formation of a simrilar instituton at Shepscomb, near Painswick. The design is, fyr a moderate ua...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 June 1843

CHINA. lh' the Ltads St. Kilda, Canton papers had reached felebourne from China. We copy the following from the Gazelltte, as the latest intelligence which had been received : The only topic of interest at Canton ap pears to be the'new Tariff 'aid scale of du ,ies, &c. Avolumino.tus c6rrespondlencebe t?een his Excellency Sir Henry Pottintger and the Canton merthants fills nearly a ohole paper. We detract part of it, as it must be interesting to the merchants of this place. Government lHouse, IIongkong, 7th January, 1843. Sientlemen,--I have this moment recei ved your letter of yesterday's date, and lose no time informing you, in reply, that I lave received none of the papers which the high colnmissioners, speak of in one oftltheirmem oraulda as likely to come from the IBoard of Rlevenue at Peking, nor do I expect to be furinished with those papers untill I re-conn incnce my discussions with the Commission ers at Canton. Under these circumstances I Ihave the honor to suggest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 June 1843

The Sale of Stock advertised to take place at the Smokey River, on the 31st instant, is unavoid ably postponed to Thursday, the 8th June next. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At Mr. O'Neil's Yards, on the Smokey River, on THURSDAY, the 8th of June,   BY [ MR. H. HAYDEN, A NUMBER OF WORKING BULLOCKS and MILCH COWS, of a superior breed. The attention of buyers is particularly re   quested to the above, as they are selected with   care from some of the largest herds in the dis trict. CIIEES ! CHEESE !I CHEESE ! ! H. I[ A Y 1) EN IITAS on sale at his .-.-op, in Bentihck-street - wholesale ail retail, a lrgye quantity of 1Fox lervs far-tmeetland imoequalled cheese. , II. 11. is the onl" person in the Colonies C.om , whom the above article can in reality be obtained. Sale or Stock at Port Fairy. l R. 1. IIHAYDEN Will sell, in a felw weeks, by public auction' pl LARGEI? QUANTITY of STOCK at Port 1. Fairy. Evening Sale. .MR. II. HAYDEN Will sell by publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 3 June 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTZNG OF ENYRY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDINGO PAIMPIILETS, CIRCULARS, BILL-0lADS, LAW FO0RMS, / AND-DILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., Executed with neatness and despatch, AT TIIC GAWLERI-STRIEET, PUDLISIIINO OFFICE OF TILE PORTLAND GUA{DIAN, AT Prespyterian School, Portland. T affords me grateful satisfaction to inform parents I and the guardians of youth in our townsohip and itsvicinity, that the services of a teacher, in the person of Mr: DAvid Thomson, have been secured; from whose zeal and ability I anticipate the most pleasing and creditable results. It, perhaps, may be unnecessary, but no more than is due to Mr. Thomson, for me to say, that, after the most anxious and careful cnquiry, I have found his moral character to be unsullied and uninhpeach able, and his "whole conduct to harmonize with his profession as an.instructor of youth, imbued with the responsibility, and alive to the importance, of his alling; lie only craves time and training to put these stateme...

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CULTURE OF THE VINE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

CULTURE OF TIIE VIN]. (FlRON TIIE SOUTIIERN AUSTRALIAN.) We publish, in another column, of our paper, a letter which has been addressed to us by' Mr. G. II. Poole, tile author of an Essay o! the vine. The public can feel but little- interest on the particular point which has obtained for that produc tion a sort of spurious notority ; and JMr. Poole himself, after the exposure he has elsewhere received could not hlope that we would do othlerwise than " decline to renew a discussion respecting the origi nality of hlis Essay." Ouir purpose, in notieing Mir. Poole at all, was to guard the colonist againist throw ing away their labour and money by following the plan of vine cultivation suggested by him.* The practical vine-growers with whom we have conver seo are unanimously ofopinion that deep trenching, and proper pulverisation of the soil, are essential to success, and that the adoption of any other system .would certainly lead to failure and disappointmcnt. Several works on the vite ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

AMERICA. By the arrival of the " Eliza Ann," from New York, American papers have been received at HIobart Town to the 241th November: The New York " Coonfmordial Advertiser" con tains the particulars of a dreadftil case of Lynch Law, in which a hundred ritid thirty citizens of Alabama muidered a gentlentan named Love, by a deliberate vote. The great slbject of excitelrlctit in America was the elections, which determinled as far as known, al most entirely in favour df the ultra democrats, or, as they are styled in Amrcica; the, loco becos. The Whig Inajdritire only obtain in a few of the new and Squthern Status of the Unioo. The suceide of Col'; an cmitient citiedti of New York, however, divided the feelings of the people with the otherwise absorbing subjects of the elections. Our readers will remember that Colt murdered a Mir. Adams; who had called upon him in his room in Broadway, cut him to pieces, salted him, made hint up in a box, and shipped for onet of the south. crn States. A...

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OUR NATIVE SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

OUR NATIVE SONG. Our native song, our native song, O where is he who loves it not : The spell it holds is deep and strong, Wherere c wego, what ere our lot. Let olther mnusic greet our car, With thrilling fire, or dulcet tone. We speak to praise, we pause to hear, But yet, 0 yet tis not our own. The anthem chant, the ballad wild, The notes that we remnember long, The theme we sung with lisping tongue, Tis this we love our native song. 'The man who's from his country torn, For real or pretended ctime, Thrust fiomn his native land with scorn: ills mem'ry may be cterd by time. But let liln hear some simple strain, Some lay his mother taught her boy, He'll feel the charm, antd dream agaiti Of home, of innocence, and joy. The sigh will burst, the drops will start, And all of vir:ue buried long, The best, the purest in his heart, Is wakened by his native song. Self-exiled from our place ofbirth, T'o clhneics more fragrant bright an. gay, The memory of our ocwn fair earth, MIay chancte a w...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

NOTICE TO COnitESPONDENTS. A' APoor Man, with a large family," is truly syvn p:ithlled with; and we purpose giving imsertion next week to his complathtlt tut the htlchers are takingthe most eflcitual itieans to redtce the price of their mleat, by making itS sale more than re i\u:leratively profitable.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

SOUTII AUSTRALIA. (FRO.t TIIE SOUTIIERN AUSTRALIAN.) NEWS FROM THE FISIIERIES.-.Mr. Wile land's party have caught twd whales at En counter Bay, which together, it is supposed will yield 16 tuns of oil, and will clear all expenses... Unfortunately; one of Messrs. Hagen & Co's lioats was smashed inl pursu ing one 6f the whales, the crew was saved by Mr. Whelandos boats. Messrs. Hagen & Co., aie entftled to one half of one of the whales, Awhiclh rill in solie degree compen. sate for the oIss of the boat a very gobd one and nes'ly built. PoRT PIIIbntr.=r?r-'he iharboir charges bf tihe Victoria at this part amounted to £14 lis. 6d., while the charge at Port Adelaide is £7 18s. Od. The difference is in the pilotage,. in Tlisirsday, Mr. Sames Allen appeared before the Resident Magistrate on a charge Of libel at the instance of Mr. Macdougal. In conse4lQence of some misapprehoension re lative to the itse of the Advocate General's naiale, the informlatiou Was withdrawn in the...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1843. ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

PORiTIAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. TO PROTeCT OUR sIOIITO-NOT TOFINF|INGEUPON rllssDl OF OT111:itS. SATURDAY, JUNE io. 1813. ESTIM'ATESS T'ri subject to which we directed attention in our last is not one slightly to be passed over; and we can scarcely, in our present number, occupy a column with discussing a question of more vital interest to the dis trict than the one under consideration. Our previous observations went to represent the delay of the executive in erecting public works, for which a vote, for their. cost and support, of the Legislative Council had been obtained, as being subversive of gene ral confidence in the measures of Go vermlent. And while in this point of view it becomes a colonial question of general importance, it nevertheless, peculiarly af fects the ihterests of this district. It will be remembered that what we are contending for are public works, the neces city for which is not a notion of want that the residents of the district have fanci...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. BY the arrivals of the Diana and the Cliam pion we are able to present our readers with nte!llibecl from the Sister Colony" to the 00th ult. Van Diemen's Land is plainly improving and stock rising in value. A sale of Crown -Lands is shortlyt6 take place at Longford." Ofte large sate had al teady come off. The government' ap pears to be dilligently organizing the pro bation system. The three daristg bushran gers Cash kavcnaglh and Jones remain still at large. : MCeshinc's. INSTITUT.-This evening, Dr.'Undy-will lecture on " Natural Theol ogy, as illustrated by Anatomy and Phisol egy."-Launceston Aldvertiser. The Sea iorse arrived on Saturday night froem Sydney, - with 78 head of cattle and 400 sheep. The cattle have been sent to IIobart Town.=-Ibis. Some superior sheep inmported from Ifort Phillip in the. Ieihtry, have been sold to the butchers at 13s. 6d., and 14s. per head. Sheep, ire rising in value.-1'iid. MILTAty.- We iare informed that a...

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CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

CROWN LANDS. Oua attentioli has beet forcibly directed tol, circumstances of our district in re lands being made Available for the t ur?. to the i1 Act of Parliament for regulatng sale of land in the Australian Provinceys." are notnow fully prepared, fairl to enterupe th principal qsiestidns arising otl of this aujoth but we purpose taking them up at Air et convenience, and to show, that the distriit most unfairly dealt with, by the colonial gove meat, in not placing this portion of Attsti Felix in a better position, for the operatoi0 the act, and for the inducement ofcapitalist and small farmers to settle amongst us. act of Parliament referred to, is designed t every located district in Australasia: but unto tunately for Portland, the recent regulation which have beengazetted, as the act of the Go vernor, with the advice of the Executive Cuun cil have rendered the Imperial act nugatory t the county of Normanby. The lands of on district are absolutely closed against capitala, unless...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

BATHIURST. FROM TIIC SYDNEY HERALD. The Bathurst School of Arts, established about eighteen months since, under the patronage of His Ekcellencv the Governor, who had been graciously pleased to grant.an eliglble site in the township for a reading room and library, is likely to become an ob ject Of mucih utility and importance.

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT: WnOLSALE PRICEs. 1£ s: d: Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - .- 0 16 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 6 10 0 - - per hhd, ditto - - 8 10 ---- ep r barrel, burton - - 7 0 Ileer, Trtueman's stout, per Ihhd. - 7 0 - Iloare's, - - . - - - 6 10 - bottled, Taylor's, - - - 0 0 Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch - 0 1 Beef, llambro', per barrel - 5 10 0 East Itdio, ditto . - - 6 0 Bran, per bushel, - - 0 1 Bricks, per thousand, - - -1 2 Butter, per lb, - - - - 0 1 Candles, English, per lb; - - 0 1 1 LColonial ditto - - - 0 0 6 Cheese, Eunglish, per tl. - - - 0 1 - Colonial - - 0 0 1 Canvass, per bolt - - -2 12 0 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, fro - 3 0 Colfee, per ewt. - - - 5 1 Corks, per gross - 0 5 0 Deals, per toot - - - 0 0 0 FIlour, firsts, per 100lbs. - 1 2 0 - seconds, ditto - 1 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - 0 0 2 -- urrants, ditto . 0 1. . Grain, wheat, per bushel - 0 7 0 ---- barley;ditto. - - 0 7 0 - oats, ditto - - - 0 6 0 Gunpowder, per lb - 3 liamss, ditto - - -...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE; ENGLAND. Thie Davidson having arrived at Adelaide frdnii EItgland, p:ipdrs to the -2nd January had been received direct. And at lobart Town from thie Petrel from Ainerica had ar rived bringing news from Boston to the 25th January and English to the idtth of the same month. From the Ilobart lfound d vertiser of the 6th ult. togetheir with the S. A. Register of the 24th we glean the fol Idwing int?iligencd. Oil was still firm at former quotations, and wool exhibited no tendency to decline, notwithstanding the ordinary and general slackness of.commincrcial business about the Christmas holidays. One ot our merchantsi we understand, has realised 15 per cent., upon his shipments of this latter commo dity. In reference to the wool market, we can not do better, perhaps, than give the follow ing circular, with shidli vvd have been fa voured by A. L. Elder Esq. : London, December 10, 18430 Sir,--Tle fourtlh series of public sales of Cd a lonial and other wools, which com...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

COLONIAL IVARBggTT, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEITnIr PORT PHILLIP. Flour, firslt:: 1 .2 Bread, 4lb..0 0 Sseonds....... 1I 0 t rI Potatoes, ... 0 c Ration.......... 17 0 Beef, lb......0 Wheat, lidslibh; 0 6 6 Mutton ... 0 0 3 Maize..;.;;:0 1 0 1ork :.. 0 Bran, per 20lb. 0 2 0 Veal.,;:.: "0. 0 LAU2 CESTON. Wheat, bushel..0 5 0 Beef, perlb.... 0 4 Barley.:;:....0 4 0 Mutton*...,,..0 0 3 Oats......... 0 4 0 Pork..........0 0 6 Flour, firsts .. l 0 0 Veal.:,;......0 0 6 Seconds..... 16 0 0 Butter.... 0 Thiruds..: .... 14 0 0 Bread, 41b .;;;O : Ul ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 5 0 Flour, firsts,. :28 Bran..........0 1 6 Seconds......20 0 larley........0 4 0 Beef, perlb....o 0 6 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ....... 0 4 Maize........0 ' 0 Pork...........0 0 Potatoes, ton.. 10 0 0 Butter........0 2 SYDNEY. Fine flour 1001bs.E1 0 0 Beef, perlb.....0 0 Seconds ........0 17 0 'Mutton.......0 0 Thirds..........015 0 Rumn, inbond,..0 36 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy........0 4 Maize ..........0...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

T?E YORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORSMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER is published every Sa turday monaing, and immediately forwarded to every part of the province; ai?l by the earliest opportunity to the following places :-Stdneg, Hlobart 'rowna, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, and Cape of Good Hope; and tothe Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, France, India, 4c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, vcsh 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of ?larcih 30th June, 30th September, and 31st Dec., in lach year respectiveltl; to some one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. No resiynalion will beacceptedwithout paycment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per ions becoming Aubscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, woill in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub )cribing. Each advertiscment will be charged at the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for every ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE WHALE FISHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TiltI 5'V, iLE FISnERY. Tult delivery of our last number hadl scarcely taken place on Saturday latr, hfosesve were in formed that Hector Wales, a lieadsm:an of one 6f Mr IIenty's boats, liad.oten fortunate enoughi to secucre a whale, the second taked this sEasons. lBut on Monday the s.hole bay became a scene , of the utmost iiniatiopn and pleasing excite ment. A shoal: of whalies, after the late stdrniy -rek'k; todght shelter od oiur coast, h itir nars, only to bl p'dIsted by mucl more fo4smid able cteniiles tli tshe keen vwind and thq rolling billows, which they were desirous of avoid ing. It is said that seven ef those monsters were peen at one time, most of whoml became An objcct of separate pureu:t: Each party wsa on the look-outr and the whales had .no sooner made their appearance, than the smooth waters tf our bay Iheci:i/ deedrated ,'itlt the gliding and variously painted gailycy, swift as ttindught passing to and fro in various directions, misd at various...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

,MELBOURNE. ALDCr11.AN< Keen .AND Ils BcEEcccES.-II reply to yesterday's Patriot, we have only to observe with reference to this exciting and higlily iilportant sthjects that we have not rooa' thoday to do jlstide to the caise, but in tend t6 devote half-a-colihtln in our liext, in.or der to set IhiLters.right b· ttweefi the Alderman and his tailor. We cotifess se shall approach the subject with extreme delicacy, 'i the Alder ma l e feaiir swill fooas his Breeches, riot having as yet anid for thlenm.-lerald. L sva Su.le.--'The sale of sixteen lothoferown land, as advertised; sitlated on the Yarram Creek, Ihidented Head, about. fourteen miles from Geelong, took place oih Wednesday last, at the Survey Office. There.was only one lot sold, consisting of 234 acres, t6 Captainl Charles Swanston, of ltobart 'To'y i, at the itpset price of one pound 'itr adir ; idthough 14 lots were put up.-Ibt.d S.ue :;r F. iTirURE..? sale off flif'iiireatnd other efletm, iit the insohlveit esta...

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GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 10 June 1843

GREAT BRITAIN. SPLesDI, Pnt:seTr TO Ttil: PanovOstT ::n 'T?,i. CovscIL OF ItUINSunUOn.-Lat, t week a packet, containing several of the most beautiti ulpc,:i:neos of nee:llework, in the shape of ,,;,app, tr were ever seen, were forwatrler l pe .paos, t) the above disting ishedi 1persoi.ages by.a suolmber of yaoun1 ladies resi:lent i L .ncaon,o a as a siall trib.u'e of their admiration of the conlact displayed on ther M\lajesty's visit to " Mod;trn Ath!ns.t" L.sr Clsaonce. - Lord -Gillies hans rei?ld. Ills lordship was one of the most acute, profbond, and able lawyers that ever rtice i tihe biench and bar of Scotlan:l. lie has servcl for the long and almost unprecedented periodl of lifty years. We believe we are warrantel in saying that AIr. Alex. Wood, tice acco-nplishel Dean of the Faculty of Advocates, will receive the gown of Lord Gillics; and the next vacancy that occurs on the bench will. in all proba bility be sapplied by Patrick Robertson Esq., advo cate. Mr. Adam Anderson has...

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