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FOR LONDON S T HIE fine fst-sailingcopper ed and copper-fastened schooner "Rtcusa MOUST, g blithen 200 tons, is n-ow ready to receive wool. " ior freight or passage apply to the captain on buard or to IIENTY IBROTHERS, p Julia-street, Jan. 2lth, 1813. 'Agents. ti To the Electors of the'Portland District. G ý ENTLEMEN-- Be cautious how you pro 1. mise your votes and interest. Ieware of non-resident candidates, who, to gain their im- i mediate end, have made the mon t specious pro fessint, andl stoop to the employtr.ent' bf mtr-' cenary auxilitries ! The'."ger:eraldeletiun v:ill take place is. June or July. 'A gentleman of the most liberal poli rical principles, and a staunch friend of this fertile District, will comneforward in a fewweeks ' to -slaim yeor suffrages. SResist the solicitations of the Melbourne can didates, tromw'.hom you canll expect nothing ! Scout the non-resident merchants,.woho would aspire to be your representative! I f you are forced to have a non-resident, give a plumper to Dr. Nicholhon, ain independent Syduey getn Stlonai, who haml property -in )your District. ELECTOR. To the Irid~tpendent" Electors -POR T L AND. ."RIENS of 'DI)R. 'THIOMSON!-Be on . your guard ! I ! Your cause i in danger'! 'You are about to be plundered of voursuftirages! You are destined to be hre victims of a deep laid scheme, by which your interest will be for cibly turned front the support of your favorite taeiildale,u to'that of as tunknown, unheard of Sfrirnd of the LITTLE INTERLOPER' ! ! ! lie is a isan you cannot support. His INTE Il EST'' is niott your interest; he knows you not; his cause is not your cause ; his property is not iamongst vou ; t ins succes is s not your success ; lis colislituents (if he has asit) are the rivbls, thle politicrl chtenies of your ton'ship' ! Once snore-BE ?AT''CIIFU.L t A FRIEND. New Butchering Establishment. IIliDUCT'ION IN TIlE PRICE OF MEAT! DAVI'D ItOSE `I) EGS :o.i?iorti the inhabitants of Portlandi that .1) he has taken the premiises lately occupied by 31r. 1t. Lewis, in Gawler-street, lwhere he intends Scarrying on business as Butcher, having purchased cattle and sheep of the best quality, the latter being perfectly clean and free from scab. D. ?. .flatters hitmself lie can bring before the pub lie a better article than has been produced for sotme1 months, and at a halfpenny per lb. reduction. lie, Stherefore, solicits -a :hare of their patronage and -?ppart. Portland, March 1, 1813. SI'ORTLAND MEDICAL IIALL. AA. BRODIE AND CO., I'UTAsVING commenced business in Gawler-street, -.L as Druggists, beg to acquaint the public that they are prepared to dispense and vend medicines upon moderateterems : whiclh, they trust, will, with strict attention, ensure patronage. lutvr ofAntimoony Bltle Stt,le Sulphur IHorse and Cattle Medicine always upon hand. Also, Stationery and Perfumery. A. Brodie and Co. are agents for The Port Phillip Magazine. RICHARD WALSH, TAILOR, AS received, ex Sally Ann, a supply of mate rials, of first quality, consisting of Black, blue, olirve, and brown cloths White and drab moleskins Black and drab cassimeres ALSO, A varietyof twrel, of thb- latest fasions. The above goods are direct from the well known establishment of A. Thorpe, of Melbourne, and pur chased at the lowest cash prices-; which enables the advertiser to manufacture clothing at prices unpre eudentedly low in this town. IL NW. has made arrangements with Mr. Thorpe to be regularly supplied with goods of every description; the gentlemen of the district may therefore rely on always having a superiorarticle, and on Imore rea sonable terns tlthahas been yet offered to the Portland public. It. W. trusts that the work hitherto fernished by himt, and his strict business habits, will tend to ensure a continuance of that support which the public have kindly given him since his commencement in busi ress, for which lie begs leave most respectfully to return his unfeigned aeknowledgemnent. Gawler-street, March 3. To the Electors of the District of Port Phillip. G ENTLEMIEN-'The Act of Parliament for the constitution of a New Legislative Council having been now proclaimed, ldo my self the honor ofintimating to you my intention 4 -coming a Candidate for your suffragll es at tle Election of Representatives for this District. - If an early and intimate acquaintance with your Province, its rise, progress, and present position,-if an ardent deslre for the prosperity of this District, with which my own interests are so closely jnterwoven,--if a determination to dsvote to your service that time, which my present leisure enubles me to promise,-and those energies and habits of business, which itay not be unknown to some of you, be the quoalifications olt. reqnire in a Representtative; aron, I venture to put forward as my claims to your support. It does not at the present moment appear to me necessary to allude to particular measures, futher than the all-important objects of Immi gration and Financial Separation, to thle accom plishment of lwhichl (in the event of my elec tisot) my unceasing efforts will be directed. I trust to have the pleasure ofwaitilng uponmany of you personally; but from the great extent of the D)istrict, I cnn scarcely hope to be enabled to visit every Elector. C. II. EBDEN. [llbhourne 11th January, 14-3.
ECORBITANT CHARGES. A CERTAIN individual, of quarrelsomedisposi tion, residing in town, for five hours work char ged .5. Calculating the'olidmhterials employed in earning money at the above rate to cost £100, and supposing itecost 10s. perweek to feed his mate-arid allowing the little gentlemnan himself journeyman's wages, £ per week-thesn, the cost being 11s., there would remain a clear profit of I.' Is., or nearly 800 per cent ! I This surely"requires little comment" to prove its barefaced impositioa !