S " 'or lal'boorne. S T? r Fli ? clipper built schooner SSA,.L ANS, CuM:nmine, naster, having arrived, ill sen Id for the above port lna few days. SFor frcight or passoge apply to iIEN?Y BIOtOTHEF.S. Porttan., Nov. It. TO ST.?iD Tlui SoEAt'O, AT CoorTNAlIItINGO, T11 soI.LaNDID N- tal: IIOasr,: IIL1FFAI1O.. UF FALO was cot y eButtlo (the wellknown :Ih3 ere itnpott-, by the Crescy Company.) out of ieosy Bedlam, justly acknowledged to be the stoutest and best mare Lhat ever ran in Yan I)'ie1 "'s0 . Laud. Tertrs-Flour pounds, groomage inclu ded a id!lowvanceo oone mare in live. Every carre will be takeh of mares sent to Courotithrinb but without rsesponsibility. THO.1MAS NORRIS. Sliptlinber 23, IS.12. ROIIIN HOOD. ,,l IE services of this imlported thorough-bred -f horsi e can be ibtainted oil Allicataio at ,blmnthan." t'llth ; five guilleas br each mare---every 'ttetiotlon wiltl he pid t. th mdroes, buit without responsibillitv. I Julia-street, Pttland. Septiroibert. 23, 1812. To STAND Tills SEASON,. AT 'lTRAWi.LLO, •Between j?blnot Flamu rend the 'lr'euees, the he-. rourl-bred importrled rec-horse, CORN Ot Oi GH, 1 O't' by Tran?p out of 1dMiss Armstronge, by .' ?Wksker; hierdain; Stavelv Lass, by Ihtm thhtonianl Tralpl, by Dick Andrews, out of a (;oha na t arer; Dicr?:Andrews by Joe An drcewy, by Eclipse. Cornbiorough is brother to Bloomsbtur; and iiverpool, both by 'Truimp, who is sire of the tpresent ti orite L:ancrroot. Coraborougth is of a rich tlirk brown colour, stands tifteea and a SItli ti' iand high, and is rerniarkable for his sam n .etry, substanice, andl strength of bone. Fori his generally succiesstil pertihilmances on the turf s). I'racig Ca?lendar for 1837-S and 9. UOT. G ?? HlO, \A eleniine ntld Iure Cleveland, strndstds upward ?,t sevelnteen htaida high, rich bay, with black pointos, of grecat power, LboeD tid sulbstance', -attl very isluprior acrtio'; got hv Yorl.ahir ,le,, dsan by Ohl Filderoner Yorkshire hlero i:y Kiilertby, ain by r.hr. Jocar's noted horse :lingtoa, by Luck's All. A 300-acre paddock, richly grassed and we!ll v., ered. Ev:rv care will be iaken of mrares, w ithot responsibility. ST'erms--light gineless for Cromnbarcaih. tand i 'heteas fpr Hero, groomage incltd:d. k n'a fide proprietors of five marcs, entitled, S"(is. alloa once of one-fifth ; of eight m?rC?a, of ou.fourthl ; autd of ten mares, of'three-tenths ,of ithe inounnt dlte. Setiotlncnat to be rmade o thiet, ia:'s being taken " e::.v, bvy acstfor nmotolat u, ita-cIc ninea ns-al ittiler by Eblla at three -:c- ??'" ta lioil °iitn abore twelve guineas, and :undo i.l ¢ gLeaso: nd by bills at sixiuionthb 'i -7 l::;1;e',t 'i"Btiý atliMelbourno or Geeions . " 'is ro teiiann C!ils'Lh, Portland. F;J, lit the vi ewof beinll laced in, rircuts'tances TV io antke applicaiion to goierunient for aid to wards ti;e ereotion of a perm:nent place of worship, land n?aile for the building, the subsmcibers to said Church are respectfully craled upon to send in their subscriptions to Dr. Sttherland, Treasurer; Gawoler stret. hefor or oir u the last week" of December next. SIt I 'lirticularly requested that parties willbearin mild.talt the time speci?led for tIceiving subscrip tians, is as late as the irecessary arrangoments will admit of; anyi delay beyond this period, therefore, will cause grent iaconeneiience.. It is but justice to starg that many of the rettlers, iwiil; to cirotlnstances, have not yet subscribed; they haveho, owoeveroxpressed titeir ,willingnesa to tlos so wh :nser an oppsorhm:ity offers. 'r!IOS; t:. STIRACHAN, ': " . " "'Sec.tary. t ),'hobar 7;"' 81t2. •
At a Meeting convened at the Golden Fleece on Thursday, the 17th day of November, 1842, by a majority of the Members of the Portland Cricket Club, it was moved by Mr. John Cronin, and se- conded by Mr. Henry Rogers, that Mr. George Osborn take the chair. Mr. Osborne having taken the chair, the business of the meeting commenced. The Chairman rose and addressed the members present, calling their strict attention to the rules of the old English Game, making several comments therein. He also spoke at great length concerning the character of Richard Claxton, a member of the Club, which had been wrongfully represented by the editor of the Portland Mercury newspaper; at the same time calling upon the members present for their opinion. He himself was not aware of any such no- torious character as set forth in the Mercury, nor had he, as a member of the Club, heard any such stain cast upon Claxton. He further trusted and prayed that the members of the Club would not be brought to conclude that the remarks made in the Mercury should be the means of expelling Claxton from the Club. He likewise called upon them to re- collect that Claxton was the instigator of the forma- tion of the Club, and had always given satisfaction as a member of the same. The Chairman then seated himself. It was particularly requested by the members pre sent that Mr. Frost would be kind enough to hold the office of Secretary for the ensuing season. It was resolved that the following resolutions be adopted and strictly adhered to - viz.: I - That the Rules and Regulations be the same as last year, with the exception of No. 11, which is to be erased. II - Parties enrolling themselves as Members shall be required to pay to the Secretary the sum of one guinea entrance money, after he has been admit- ted a Member. III - That the members meet on the old Cricket Ground, to commence the season, on Monday, the 26th day of December, 1842. W. FROST, Secretary. A vote of thanks was given to the chairman for his conduct in the chair, and the meeting separated.
CLOTHES! CLOTHES!! CLOTI!2C!!! G. ?AJ i?:/? kAND " ESPEC'TFU. LY i:ntimatet to the in:labi .-- teat of the Totrn andl IJistrict of Pcr"lanld, that hie has op'na.l his uj~eont . trminue/; and that, being connected with ithe first houseo in Melbolurne and Sydc.t, ihe can tobrd to disipose of hidgoode; for caslh, iThir.y per cent. below the Low-n :ri'Eos. Iis ipresent stock consists of a variety of the usual articles of the trade, but promises, lby ex pectedl arival,, to prreont the public with a choice selection of goods of all descriptionis. ,·* BoUuimen' clothing on hand-a good as-, sortment. Gawler-streect, Peortland. :Nov. 1, 1812. . J JUST LANDING, A GENERAL Assortment of gents.'and ladies' _3 summer Article,, consisting of latest fashion able summer Coat, Trowsers, Vaistcoats, Blouses, a.sariety of Prints, bonnet anod cap Ribbands, Tu- I can, straw and Dunstable Bonnets, gentlemen's ladies' and children's Boots aurd Shoen, Manilln; oral; and 'straw Hoat?, edding Rings, and nlmnst every article for general use and consumiption. t, will be sold at moderate :iec._ ..--- ý----_. . -e' nritS GLADWELL. "text door to Mr. Ilhtchinson's, Stcam Packet Ion, 1entinek-street, J N. 3.--One case of tl'etrues oith rosewood and maple frames, consisting of ."lIis Majesty George the II., hunting," IHorse tRacing." " Grand Steeple Cihase,:' &c. ., e., uwell worthl the attention of the publici: