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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1842. AFFRAY WITH THE WHALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
PORTLAND ,GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1842. AFFRAY WITH THE WHALERS. TUE usual peace and quiet of our town were broken in upon, and a painful degree ofex citement produced among the greater part of the residents of Bentinck-stree't, on Mon day evening last, owing to a. disturbance taking place between some whalers, of the one part, and the police force of the other. Fortunately a few scratches on the face, and slight bruises on the.ltdy, were the utmost damages inflicted by tlh ;combatants'on each other; but considering the formidable wea pons used on the occasion, and the angry feelings displayed at-the time, we can only account for the escape of tlieparties engaged in the contest, fiom' suffering 'the infliction of some grievous bodily harni, 'by the agency of an unscn bhand.;. The whaling establishment at Portland e Bay, belonging to the firm of tihe Messrs. it Henty Brothers, which had .be'en reduced tl within the last month to two boats' c...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. hi POnTLANo ALLOTstsrsa.-We are grtified in he observing the land at the north end of the di township being laid out for lbuilding sites; m there are two blocks already formed, fronting II to the bay, but we hear of no movement, on * the part of the Government, in advertising the to sale of-either these or any country allotments. sm The Sally Ann, it was expected, Would have tli brought intelligence of a sale,, but expectation has been eformed in vain. Tan New JETcv.-The plan of the intended 01 New Jetty at Portland, devised by Mr. Wise- '1 man, hasbeen submitted, by him, to His Honor - the Superintendant, and forwarded to His Ex- 0 cellency Sir George Gipps, and we have little doubt that twelve months will be wasted with h useless references before anything satisfactory ti will be received through the heavy and ill-con- 1 structedmachlinery of our Government. t1 EDUCeATIOIAL. - Mr. J. S. Stewart, lately engaged in conducting .a school at Geelong, h and Who arriv...
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
COLONIAL IINTELLIGEVC7 PORT :PHILLIP. By the Sally Ann, which ? -ielein Bay on Tuesday,. we havelccived Phillip papers.to the 10th instant. ! serve by them that some EnglishTesse recently arrived, bringing with them as number of cabin passengers, by whoma siderable accession to the capital of the vince had been made, which will .t some degree to restore public confid and counterbalance .the late failures~: Resident Judge had made some sfr5e efforts to proce tlie establishaent of of. Request and Quarter Sesasios is as yet, ineffectually. We give tb g extracts, some of which have to this district :- th lng of the Presbytery of Melbourne, be last,- the following resolutions were some discussion upon the subject -" That the Presbytery present p to his Excellency the Governor, ian alteration of the present school ,and especially foranmncrease of the th ven'to teachers." " That thecom- th ucation be instructed to prepare and that the'Moderator be au- o ceive the same." In reference to to ...
SYDNEY. PROCEEDINGS IN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
SYDNEY. ha PROCEEDINGS IN COUNCIL. Ni ON Tuesday, 23rd ult., Mr.Macarthurpresented m' apetitionfroinabodvof settlers and stockholders, in the district Bathurst, praying for an amend- CC ment in the present Squatting Act, so far as to qualify the arbitrary power now vested in the us hands of the Commissioner of Crown Lands. 5v The Petition proposed that all matters relative st' to rights of runs, and inquiries into conduct, might be referred, to three gentlemen, squatters e in the same neighbourhood as that in which the o investigation arose, conjointly with the Com- Or missioner. Mr. lMkacarthur, in the course of bf his speech introducinlg the petition, dwelt par- fo ticularly on the case of Messrs. Lee, whose g licenses had been refused for the same part of ti the country in which they had before depastured, L because they had unfortunately come into col lision with a tribe of natives. The Governor, d in reply; declared, that he had authorised the b Commissioner in the case' of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
-PRESS PRINTING / RIPTION, INCLUDING PAMPHLETS, BILL-IIEADS, LAW FORMS, -BILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., ith neatness and despatch, AT TIID I PRlOETBiR @IPo E, :'AWLER-STREET, LISHING OFFICE OF TIBE rAND GUARDIAN, AT For Psale, T HE well-known, fast-sail ing schooner SALLY ANN. Terms liberal. Apply to HENTY BROTHERS. 1842.} Tor Launceeston. S ?TIHE flnewell-known schooner .? MINERVA, Fawthrop, mas tor, beinw daily expected.from Launceston, will sail for the above port with all despatch. passage apply to HE.N Y BROTHERS. For Melbourne. T HE clipper built schooner SALLY ANN, Cummins, master, will sail for the above port in a'few days after her ar Srival, which-is hourly expected. 'o? passage apply to, r age ap ltNTY BROTHERS. WOOL. sgned are purchasers, or Wsill ad SWool consigned to their friends, e, Bagster, and Buckle, London. F HENTY BROTHERS. ortland,} . the Stores of the Undersigned, Jt, seconds and thirds $'x 10, 10 x 12, 12x 14 en,.white and black mld refined catel and ...
POLICE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
POLICE REPORTS. Saturday, 17th inst.-?William Stuckey was summoned to the Police office, on a charge of drunkenness. Fined 10s. Monday, 19th-Henry Gibbons appeared on summons, at the Police office, for allowing two bullocks to stray within the limits of the town. Fined in the'lowest penalty of ds. Tuesday 20th-Daniel 'Hall was brought bo fore the. Police Bench, on a charge of drunken ness. This being the second offence he was fined 10s and costs, and in default of payment, to be sentenced to 24 hours solitary confinement on broad and water. Robert Ramsey, Henry Baker and Donald Mackenzie were severally charged with" assault ing the constables in the discharge of their duty, on the evening of Monday, . the Itith .inst. Thonias Smith, constable, being sworn, deposed, "Luast night, between 5 and 6 o'clock, I was on duty with conitable Adamson: on going up tQ Mr. Dale's house, in Bentinek street, there was a number of whalers collected together in front of the door; on passing Baker he ...
NEW SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 24 September 1842
NEW SCHOOL. TII attention of builders will have been di rected to the advertisement 'in our columns of both the present andformer number of our paper, inviting tenders for the erection of a school-room and.taster's residence in Port land. Spch an announcement willbe grati fying to every well-w-isher of the District, and those in particular who are making it the place of their permanent abode; and in which they hope to educate and settle their families, will see in the circumstance indications of elicouragement. A set tlement which commences upon a principle so sound as that which is clearly implied in the dedication of the first publie building to the promotion of the interests of education, gives the best and strongest possible evidence of the'perpeti of real prosperity. It is a circimstancc not to be overlooked, also, that the influential and respectable portion of o~ur community are heartily join ing in the promotion of this u they are personally engagedin the tive and responsibl...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Exrr:cTr.n Anaitra., o- Carra, t TS.--- Itr'i rtmouredin Melbourne that a vespel direct fron- : England, may he shortly expected at Portland, with several capitalists. We, of course, only give the information as we have received it; but instead of sutch atn event surpiiag;i, we should be rather surprised at its ont taIktr iplace. Cnuncat Butri, '; tu CotiT.an:. (;entieinoett t . that are chllouein as Membelli of Ct?unittees a?a almost ilitariably among ilite mn t?eputanble, talented, inflentiaol and highly esterined'of the communatity amiongvyhoitt they redlde,-and' on behalf of whom.they ot;', inia': cdiitan ityt lilk . ours, their election to fill tthe taly cOflees the-. , public.have a voie in filling up' blesipeaks, th?n?. were mart power con~ded to paubt;lc di&lt;ioal. aand higler ahlices vwere open for.theit to d?kpane ?f, whlo voulid be thie lratleysmn a' e .'ervric?" -voill1 50 'ijipt;ait a.' ; t :; ' t,'?.tt i. J,: h th .a a " nd respetabiliity a...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
SOUTH ý4USTRALIA. WVX: have Sa:ath"Australian papers, via Launceston, to the 30th August.. WVe give following from the Soutlern IAustr lian of that date: LAND SALEs.- On Thursday last, Mr. Nohmus effected the following 'sales of land by auctiori, at his rooms, IIindley street, section 284, on the Torrens, for £,100; half of section 112, at 24s. per acre; half of section 164, at 30s. per acre; an acre in Adelaide for £120; half an acrein ditto, for £100 ; several acres in Brighton, at. £8 each. This. sale anfords another proof that confidence is returning, and that money is becoming more plentiful. CoRPoaATION Scarrs. - Two of these documents, each fbr £10, and bearing in tereat at -the rate of 10 per cent. per an num, were Sold by lMr.. Nonmus, by public auction, on Thurday last, at £8 15s. each. This does not say much for the credit of the .Corporation with the public. - Private letters to a highly respectable merchant in the colony, inform us that Col. Gawler was to be invited to ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
"The following provisional appointmits appeared in yesterday's.Government Gazfe t: Mayor ofthe City, Charles Windever, Esq., Aldermen-1. Gipps' Ward, HIutchinson, Ilothersoll Browne, Esq.; 2. RIourke's Ward, W?. A. Miles,' .Esq. 3. Brisbane Ward, Charles Windeyer, Esq.; 4. Mac quarie Ward, Jolhn Ryan Brenan, Esq.; 5. Cook's ,Ward, Francis Lewis Shaw Mere wether, Esq. ; G. Phillip's Ward, Joseph Lbrig Innes Esq. On the merits of these several appointments there can be but one opinion : a btter selection could hardly have been made.-lbid.
To the Editor of the Portland Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
To the Editor of the Portland "Guard;an. Sir,--The last nrunben of the. Portland fMer curucornainsa most gratuitous and unjust attack upon Mr. Blair, the Police Magistrate of this town, signed 'lThomas Riekett, which . would - beg, in the firstnumbcr of your journal, flatly to contradict. The trijustice complainedl of arose out of at case lately heard at the Police Office, under the provision ofthe Master's and Strvant's Act, and was, according to law, tried hy1 a tielnch -f magistrates, therefore Mr. lair could only have had'one voice in the decision. It is unnecessary to state:the facts of the cae, they arenotoriouc, sufficeit to say, that the whole community concur in acknowledging the justice of the verdict, particularly as it is sutspected that Mr. Rickett was Icd into the predicament in which he has so unwarily placed himself, solely by his wish to gratify the malice of the lady that now lives under his protection. I am; Sir, your"obedicnt servant, I :lR,. PLAY.
[?]IAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
ZAL INTELLIGENCE,: MELBOURNE. pliton LQ Parliamemt is in sigfiaLurc, .in 'con.9equcnce of the recent interference of the Sydney Judges with the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court at Melbourne, in the celebrated Carrington case: Unto the Ho'norable'the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain an;d Ireland, in Parliament assembled. The Petition of the undersigned In Shabitants, Settlers and Traders, in the District of Port Phillip, SIIEWETII, That by an Act of His Excellency the Governor, and Council of New South Wales, of the fourth year of the reign of HIer present Majesty, made in pursuance.of a certain Act of Parliament, passed in the second and third year of the reign of Her Majesty, "to amend ani Act of the ninth year of King George the Fourth, to pro vide for the Administration of Justice in New South Wales," after reciting that it was essential to provide for the dclue administra tion of-justice in thle District of Port Phil lip, and that such object, could best' be effec...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
SYI)NEY. ABRIDaED rasOTHE SYDNEY PAPERS. The Australian was to appear as a daily paper on the 1st September. A prospectus of the New Zealand Mining company is published in the papers: shares £10 each, apply to Abercrombie and Co. Specimens of- the ore found at great Barrier Island is to be seen at Sydney. The Carrington case has been decided against Judge Willis: the Sydney bench maintains its iight to hear and deter.nine appeals from the Resident Judge at Port Phillip. There are 3259 citizens in the different wards, according to the lists delivered to the town clerk. 22,000'bushlels of South American wheat had-changed hands; the figsire had not transpired. At ameeting held at the Royal Exchange, it was resolved-" That it is advisable to form an association for promoting the im-: migration of Indian labourers - that lists be opened for the purpose of. obtaining the names of persons willing to join sunch an as sociatiodi, and as soon as one hundred names have been obtained, that a me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 October 1842
A TWENTS TO LST. i WO cult tion allotments, containing each Stwo ncrs and a half, situated within half a sile of the present located part-and Within the oundaries-of the township. The above are now nearly fenced with.a four ial post and rail fence, and the stumps and roots takes out. Thdy will be let on lease lar a term jof five years, at moderate rentals. For part eulars apply to 'IIENTY BROTHIIERS. Sept. 30. EDUCA'IOr N. MIVR. AND RIVet. IEDDITCH S"EG respectfully tol announce to the innabi tents of Poertlattl ain ita niglhbourhood that they have beenlappointed conductors ofihe ecaool connected awith the Chnurcl of England, iad hope by jiving their united attention to the Wofral and Intellectual improvement of the children committed to their charge, to give general satisfaction. .Readin... 1-, . per.quarter. )itto with wariting - - Is. .lo. witlh aritlhmetic - 18s. Je. do. do. with gramunmer, /goec,rnpha,, nad the use 25s. . of thie globes'-. - - ) Boardere-- -£30 to £35 per mnnum...
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