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PORTLAND POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

PORTLAND POLICE COURT. Before thie Mayor (J. Tran mar, Esq,, J.P.,) and Thos. Must, Esq., J.P., Police v. Mornone, charged with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s, in default 24 hours imprison mont. Same v. Same, charged with resisting the police while in the execution of their duty. Constable O'Connell sworn, deposed : On Saturday, at 3 p.m., Mr. lcConachy sent a messengor for the police, saying that two men were fighting; 1 went up and met the prisoner in l'crcy Street; he had his sleeves up and was bleeding from the hand; he seemed to be mad drunk; I arrested him; lie came quietly as far as HIorhortsos's, and then he resisted me, saying he would go no further; I called to several people to give me assistance, but no one volunteered; lhe knocked me about and kicked me; I then got a young man named L'itts to conme to my assistance, calling on hIim " in the Qneeo's name;" my uniform was damaged to the ex tout, I believe, of 20s. Constable Frazer sworn, deposed: At 3 p.m on Saturda...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GREAT SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

THE GREAT SEA SERPENT. A recent issue of the Bombay Gazette con tains the following: Hydaspe., s., 22nd MIareh.-I must tell you at once that I write on one of the most worn and commonplace of shlbjects-the voya:ge of a P. and U. steamer from Bombay and Aden. But I must ask you, before throwing this letter into the waste-paper .basket, to read it through carefully. If it be not published, one of the most extraordi nary facts in this world's history may lie absolutely lost; and in the interest of truth, in the interest I may say truly of science, I nsk you to make known what I nowv state. As a mlissionary, I have travelled over a great part of the world, but I can safely aver that what I saw on Saturday, the 18th day of March was incomparably the most lmar vellous phenmllcl onll that hins ever met ily eyes. We steamed out of BIombay hIarbor on the evening of Monday, the lath of March, in thile fine steamship Hydaspes, Captain Roynotlld, On Tuesday at tweolve we had made 162 miles, on ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights - Not to Infringe upon [?] of Others. TUESDAY, JULY 4. TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

WIT! WHlCH IS INCO'ORAkTED TIlE "1PORTLAID E{RESS." To Protect our ngltL JA'ot to lnfringe upon thole of thers. TUESDAY, LY 4. TO SUBSO ERS. ONxl. those conn ed practically with a printing 'offi can tell the difficulties attendant a combina tion of the plants of o newspapers. 'Those who have goQ through the ordeal once will- lur& care for a second repetition. r? great difli culties, mechapical ani o erwise, met in the amaleathatiot of al Guardian and Express .must.be out pology in the present Issue, both f what, of error may be found, as w l as T omissions made. The best \ns b n done under the circumstances,blt o promise our readers that the work f improvement shall be continued, a that the errors and omissions of tI present will be rectified with as lilt delay as possible ; all we ask is Il forbearance of subscribers till the p. liminary difficulties are over, and the we promise our patrons a better an fuller paper than has hitherto bee published in Portland.

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THE OUT-GOING MAIL FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

THE OUT-GOING MAIL FOR ENGLAND. The times appointed for closing the over land ma:ils at the l'ortl:,an Post-ollucc are as follow : For REGISTERED LETTEIRS, at 3 p.m., Saturday, July 8. For OR)DINAIRY LETTERS, via South ampton and Brindisi, 6.30 p.m., Saturday, July 8. For NEWSPAPERS, vin Southampton and Itrindisi, 6.?30 p.m., Saturday, July 8. IMOIINEY Olt)DEIS payable in the United Kingdom will be issued up to 3 p.m., on Saturday, July 8. MAIL, 'IA ?1iteynDISr. Letters and Newspapers ria Brindisi must be specially endorsed for transmission by that route, and bear the following rates: Newspapers, 3d each, not exceeding 4 ounces. Letters, 9d per half-ounce. S. IR. DEVERELL, Postmaster.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

ORT :PHILLIP HEADS. A.IItIVED, July 4-8 a.m., outside beads, schooner, unknowu. - BAILED. July 3-Wentworth, steamer, for Sydney. ,uly 42Nil.

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LUNCHEON [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

LUNCHEON Will he provided for judges and plough. men at the Spring Creek school room. A meeting of the committee, judges, and ploughmen will be held immediately after the plougbhig, to receive the dcci. sion of the judges and award the pr aee.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

SHIPPING. 1'Ult' OF1 PORTL'IAND. June 30-amnbier L's., ketrh, from fMar dmunell I?ay, Imund to Adelaide, put in thenugh strews of weather. June 30 - Annie Watt. ketch, 45 tons, Capt. Bain, from Mlanrdnnell Bay to Adela?:e, put in lthroutlh htres of weather. June 30-Penola, .tarmer, 261 ions, Capt. Snewln, from l.Mlboutne to Adelaide, put in for ahelter. July 1-Rob Roy, oteomnr, 33f3 tons, C.ptaln Andrews, fromll Mell?urne, era WVarrnambool and Belfat,. Saloon--Mi's Brown, Miss Hnrst, lirs Young. Miss E. Jones, Mr and Mrs Ifcnehelwood, Messrs t. Slus, Iiehathcotc, Rlainer, Perkins, Ritchie, Masters Williams, E. King, Ulo?l, ltitchie, Sihowers, W. IBayles, Melville, Hurst, Baylfe, Traugmar (2), Crouch, and 24 in steerage. Jul) 4-Julia Percy, steamer, 550 tons, Captain J F. Neilson, frum Melbourne, via Warrnaruboat and Belfast. Crvakar, Scott, and Co., agents. SAILED. June 30-Penola, steamer, at midnight. July 4-ltob Roy, steameR, 300 tuna, Captain Andrews, for Melbourne, via Belfast a...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, Friday's Government Gazotte contains the following imtifications : A money order offlico has been opened at Durham Ox. The Queen has approved of the appoint ment of Cavaliero Lnigi Marinucci as Consul General in Melbourne for his Majesty the King of Italy, with jurisdictiou in the English possessions of Australia, New Zealand, Van Diemen's Island, the Islands in hass's Straits, and the Fiji Islands. Mr. J. Leo Archer, Portland, has boon: appointed a magistrate within the Western bailiwiek. There were 131 births and 73 deaths in Melbourne and suburbs during the week ending 24th June. The following appointments have boea made in the Victorian Volunteer Force .-V. V. Light Hlorse : Kyneton Troop, Lieutenant IM. H. Wait to bo captain ; Sandhurst Troop, Acting-Captain 1i. 11 Sibley to be captain ; Ballarat Troop, Acting- Lieutenant J. A. Wilson, to be lieutenant. First Metro politan V. Battalion : Mfetropolian Rifles. Lieutenant John T. T. Smith to be captair. Mount A...

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PRIVILEGES OF LEAP YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

I'rIVIr.EGES Os" LEAP YEAR. -"Young ladies have the privilege of saying anything they please during leap yenar," she said, eye. ing himn out of thll corner of her eyes with a sweet look. Jiis heart gave a great bound, and while he wondered if she was going to ask the question which he had so long desired and feared to do, he answered " Yes." "And thie young men must not refuse?" said she. " No, no I how could they?" sighed he. " Well, then," said she," will you- " lie fell on his knees, and said-" Anything, any thing you ask, darling." " Wait till I get througih. Will you taken walk,and not hang around our house so much?" And he walked --Oil City Derrick

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MELBOURNE. Saturday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

MELBOURNE. (FROM( oU? OWN OORRESPONDIENT, Saturday, July .. The Stevenson case seems likely, before it is finished, to givo employment to business men of all kinds and ocoupations. It has now reached the pamphletoring stage, Mr Trowell having entered the lists with a brochure entitled," A oompleto expose of the Alleged Frauds, and self.vindication of the author." The vindication, which is pro fusely ' cross-headed' in order to lighten the readers' task, adds very little to our know lodge of the subject beyond epitomising the grounds which Mr Trowell considered justified his action, except that it gives us the important biographical information that the author has been for twenty-throe years a colonist, and has had considerable ox perionce among glossaries of Latin and French quotations. The author denies and defends himself from the accusations of Messrs Miles and Blaknoy, and admits that while smarting under a sense of being "njustly treated in a manner which damaged his anticipate...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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BRANXHOLME. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

BRANXHOLME. (inoxm ou0 \ oW\ CORnnESPONDENT.) Juno 20. The weather has been very wet and rough here lately, and of course our roads are much worse ; they are now so bad that it has been found necessary to put on an extra mailhorse between Hamilton and Condah, and even the coach is sometimes late. I notice that a start has been made in this neighbourhood at clearing the line for thie railway. A number of men are busy clearing off the timber along the line through Basset station, end I have no doubt that in a short time men will be sent up to form tile line, &c. There will be some life and bustle about our township then, I suppose, and it wants it badly. There is little or no business doing here at present, and we want somethlug to give us a start. Some time ago I told you that there was some talk about getting up a ploughig match here this season ; well, I am sorty to say, there has been nothing more done in the matter. Our Condaht friends have stolen a march on us, and are g...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. -rhllst ndnlfttile the greatcst literary freeom t,) Correlntcletl,. onr colnnit n will be open only to much cmonnmllications s shall be clear'y written, tcmlerndr'ely exlre.sed, nOjA of local or general interest; In no wise holding oriselvoe rcsponsiblo for any opihious that may be conveyed therein.

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Portland Band Dues. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

Portland Band Dues. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian..) Sin,-1 have read the correspondence re lating to certain complaints supposed to have emanated from the Portland Band in refer once to tile non-payment of their " dues.' )ermit me, an oeO who is in n position to speak with sone authority, to mae:le the following remlarltks-On the day of the itailway Demonstration the volunteers were :ordered out on duty, consequently tile Dand Sas not entitled to payment, but the Com Ilittee, desiring to do something for tle P'ortland Band, voted fifteen guineas towards tithe purchase of new- instruments, which amount was handed to the lion. Treasurer '-and Secretary, Mr. Manning. Captnin -Trangmar gave the iand intimation of this - ote at the practice evening of the 12th May, '-and obtained a list from the Bandmaster of ninstruments required. These were purchased in Melbourne at a cost of £22 3s 61, and the difference is now being nmade up by sub Sscriptions from the townspeople, Th' Com...

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PLAYING CARDS FOR A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

PLAYING CARDS FOR A WIFE. An extraordinary occurreonce is thus do scribed by the "Now York Elorald " of a recent date:-Ono of the most singular incidents in the history of the matrimonial lottery took placo at No. 154Johuson-avonuo, Williamsburg, it being the playing of a gameno at cards for the possession ofa wife by hbr two living husbands. The causes of this pheuomenal incident, briefly told, are as follows :-In the fall of 1S71, Louis Lango, a barber, married Annie lIo.tsmann, of Hundsotn City, N.J., after a courtship of two weeks. They lived together a very quarrel some life for a fow months, and thoen, in a fit of passion, lihe deserted her and went to Chicago. She, being left without means, went home to her paroents; but having obtained a situation returned to Williamsburg. IHere she met the grooms man, Claus Docher, who officiated at her wedding. After waiting two years without hearing from Lange, Mrs Lange married in 1874. Recently Lange returned to Brooklyn, and, intent on...

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

PORT OF BELFAST. Aul--ob Ioy, mer, rom July 4-Rob Roy, bteamer, from Portland.

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PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. 'ARRIVED. July 3-Jet, schooiner, from Melbourne. July 4-Julia Percy, steamer, fr?on Mel bouine.

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PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

PORTLAND POST-OFFIO1 TIME, TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Ararat, Hamilton, Condab, Branxholme, Heywood, Myamyn, daily, at 6 p.m., (on Monday at 1 a.m.) Casterton, Sandford, Coleraine, Merino, Digby, I-otspur, Heywood, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday-at 5 p.m. Belfast, Warrnambool, Narrawong, Yam bak, Tyrendarra, St. Helens, Monday and Friday at 3.30 p.m. Bridgewater, Wednesday at 3.30 p.m. MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Ararat, IIamilton, Branxholme, Condah, Heywood, Myamyn, daily, Sundays excepted, at 6.30, p.m. Heywood, Hotspur, Digby, Merino, Cole raine, Sandford, Casterton, Tuesday, Thurm. day, and Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Belfast, Warrnambool,Narrawong, Yambnk, Tyrendarra, St. Helens, Mondays and Fridays,. at 7.45 p.m. Bridgewater, Tuesday at 7.45 p.m. S. R. DEVERELL, Postmaster. ----t-

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

IN MEMORIAM. Joseph Hayward, died June 29th, 1876, aged 22; written in compliance with a wish expressed by him a few days before his death. Poor boy, we've laid you in your narrow bed, Where sad waves sigh upon the lone sea shore ; How calmly now reclines thy youthful head, And thy soft voice is hushed for ever. Like sumo fair child upon its mother's breast—   Sleep on, poor boy, and take thy peaceful rest. The chilly night of ago was not for thee, Thou did'st not gaze upon life's evening star ; The message came that set thy spirit free Era yet thy sun had rolled his golden car To the meridian height, and thou art glee Ere thy young life had passed the early morn. Not the warm wooings and the balmy breath Of this soft clime could stay the cruel dart; We could not parley with the angel death, No other terms were left us but to part; The dark cold river thou hast passed o'er,   And left us lingering on the bridgeless shore. Lingering for what ? To add a few m...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FRno ovU OWN COItIRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, JUi.v 3. Mrs. Rayner, spiritualistio medium, supposed missing, has written to her friends, all well. Thomas., member for Sandri lge, Is dangerouslv ill. The Taylor will case proceeding; the next of kin dispute the testator's slate of mind when signing away £13,000, the value of the estate. Sudden death of Mary Peterson, whilst riding in a waggonette, is attributed to apoplexy, caused by intemperance. Emily Pierce, 15 years of ae, died suddenly; poss-mortem examiuatioin showed ieflamation of the lungs. Jane Cooper, widow, with annuity of £600, uoliged her eon by signing his bank bills ; the arri.ngemcn: resulted in 1 debt of £5000 ; the widow repudiated I moral liabilty; the bank compe.led or insolvency ; the Supreme Court ruled r annuity un.ttaclhable. It new re 1ai1s to be ehowii how the widow can be n pelled to contribute to payment. Wheat, s ild ; flour, £12 10s for best; ats, 2s 61i to 2s 91 ; inferior do, 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876

F. F.. LEVETT, Who has resided thirty yaars in Portland is AGENT FOR TIHE Australian Tnt'Eual Providest society. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, Auditor, Valuer, Land, Estate, and Commission Agont. Rents edilected, partnership accounts wound up; and general agency business transacted. POST-OFFICE STORE, HEYWOOD. GEORGE SKIPWORTH HAS ON SALE: Drapery, Groceries, Ironmongery -BOOTS and SHOES, FANCY GOODS, TOBACCO And nearly every requisite for the supply of a country district. With a view to meet the requirements of the times, G. S. has resolved still further to REDUCE HIS PRICES wherever the reduction Is possible. Call at the P.O. Store and judge for yourselves. C. F. CROUCH & Co. RHAVE JUST RECEIVED A OOr ASSORTMENT OF Brandy, Martell's Pale West India Rum Campbelton Whisky Hiennessey's Battle Axe Brandy JDKZ Geneva Port' Sherry Pig and Gulnness' Stouent Byass' Stout Jeffrey's Ale Forster's and Deetjin's Ale Still Hock Sparkling Hock Sparkling Moselle Champagne Lemon Syrup Cherry Brandy ...

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