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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

~ORBT OF' IEL 'as¶1r.. Uc' t. S1-Rub Roy, str., Pairtland. *i a ,

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

PORT PHILLIP HEADS   Oct: 38-City of Melbourne, str, Sydney.     Cheviot str, Newcastle. SAILED     Oct. 30 - Argyle, str, Circular Head. Wentworth, str., Sydney.    

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

BIRTH. M'KEAND.--On the 17th October, at Penola, the wife of A. M'Keand of a son. HAWKINS.-On Monday evening, Oct. 23, the wife of Samuel Hawkins, Palmer Street, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

N Lico of Remo bral 64l , Fzilnrionrjrvuip&ttlluy infunns his ot olota that Lue has reamvocd to tjoan jinlsaco knaownvji CI tio til Ilmo'ry, ihi 1lonty-strcct, o ppi o ito tiro Ctlholio Churclh ; ndt I10100, 1,y attutill to Iim llnimnni, to ohtnlo a fair ahnro of 1uhlic potrolnnoi1. era : - :N .o' ?' dr .... tillr atepolan. , O 'N !, . veo 1st Oct.; 1870. O ;. ;. Darlots Creek Wool Scouring ld Erstablishmelnt u ' ' i ne rl'lE undereigned is prepared to Scour ic- . Wool in large or sm all qauqtlties at ire current r ate . : S. D.VI n, IBessebelle, Oct 10, 1876. r ., 1O CAlRDL ER::E It S. ier - _r., t :. - ý'ANTED Hlor.e and IDullock Teams a Y tooert Wool during the seaaori. S CIROAIKER, SCO I'T & Co. I Portland, 2.1d Octoher, 18I6. no Portland. Cricket Ground 'Ian provement .Fund. e ri.lE IION. TItAsrtsiuA ic begs to 1 acknlowledge receiipt of the followirF sann itn aid of the funlds -" Umapire, l. ... .J. LIe ARCHE R,: ...... Hon, Seo.-, . '1 o E aleE1e. f Fýi GUANO....

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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

'THE LUNCNI-ION,.:: Fllly one .tindred. guests then left the traiii land repelred to t!aose Hotel, where 'one of the amost eletant alnd exquisite spreads tal ivee e'vei d ei tt'lit ?tatlltaid awadited tlieain Mi.'r.L?nje ias noftoriatelygood ont ecoasions of this kindl and we "never nollco his lunohoons, dilnners, or huppers, withlout being impelled to the wil|l nssertio thtl' aenloh was better thlul .therjlin t. The fact wae that- everythlrig '?nia rranged with ta chnste refinement that called forth the unqualified ppr'obation of the guests. atal Mr. Lowe tmay sefeol teke his stand amongst the most liberal and enlightened Knighta of the Cauisin in the colony, and nlmrtet defy compuetlition. Mr. Rotbb took hie chair, 'spported on the right andl leftiby, Ar. E.Ii?unty and rllr T. Meit, the vice-choir beiing: admir. ably filoled by Mr. Overendlwhose ostensible conllectiol witll tlhe.oontroot lies milore in the Al rlurt said IInlmiltonl direction. The nppetising natilre of. the itle ex...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

,, : 1L.u COMM1ERCIAL:. PORTLAND MIARKlTf1. --- -flordtnn -Offic, October 31, 1870. *The retail price of flurs ie'CV8 Cper t ng , Qt;omr.~iqiiotatone are'-`"°. W'$OLuALn, P~ocoz8 Matti, Oi t b '•at{e3aJ, to ea .d..., '. Bal',3 611 Braha 3& .Pollarn, is OA; Ab 'LL iUtter" ia 2d to isaS l]b .Eggs 10d .dozon a 1 tlf S rhe (Oolotiial) ld to 83 pai lb.. S rAL?l. Pitcn. . '.!.. Mlcr,28aperbag cnash. 1 'Barley," 4e per bushel Wheat, Os e --- do - Oata,,4e to 4a Gd 4 . 111'0o tt l6rtitt, lee '0.d 'Pollard es 6d'to lit do Butter .s d4d.to l"Odlb. ?;; "uDriAiper 41b los Mimnosa Bark, £8 per ton Pdo'tlani Audtidn-Mert, Julia Street, 'Oetober 28. ?Bilmond Hentv reporte. Altough"thie attendance of buyers wie ]1out no to tllhe.average, still X aem able to report seatisfactory Psles. I quote, viz: irean, wholesale. 14d per bushel;; toys, 8I .each; pollard. 1ll- per bushel polatoes, A4 per owt; congou' tea, 21 por lb; riinls, 7d per lb.; eurr,. tt, aji per lb; jian 1u5gar. 8.} I per 1b; vin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

SPEOIArL ADVERTISEMENTS. LEE GEE KWONG, CHINESE DOCTOR, FROM. 1?IE-LBOURNE,. 'Oures,all kinds of Diseases to which the human frame is liable. 'Mr, aftir' KWONG will visit Portlaind on TruenAY, NiVESzIn R 7, and smay be eau sultled al the houseo of, Sun-'Kwong War, Peroy street: . I . ? :, HIeywoodt Wednesday, November .8, " " 'Digiy, Thursday, November-9. $enevolent. Asylnml l:&: ilospital. rENDICRS 'to0 -SUI'PLyoino `hundred 1 menaurement-P tons oa goed sound WIllTS? GUM, 1U3 OOD In 16-feet lengths, ilfty tons 2.feet loegths-bllletted., To be delivered at thu Superintendent ?in?y require It, nid subject to.his.approval. Tenders to be left with the Preotidnt Mr W. Cenper, at the .Goordtan office, not later .lhao 3.30 on Frldaytltha 10th November. . FRANCIS F. LEVETT' : Bee.'and Trea~rer. -. Portland; 314E Out.~'1870. ;,, . l . EYWO. ,. , A TEA-1 MEETING In connexion with ST. 30EsN COHURO?', HE?WOOD, - T WIll be held on rilday,. November !, Wh? T?.r, Thernton, the lilshop of ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. . - We understand (says the 'uening Neaw) Sthat the Attorney.General ans decided to file a bill of mansloughter against Solomon COohen,'in connection with tihe death of the volng mattn Curnelins O'Brien, who was r killed in an encounter at. Murrurtnidl f recently witl Gohen. It will be relnem. I bared that the deoeteted was discovered be. a the latter at night, in the act, appar'ently, of e entering the atoresof Mesar. Cohen and'i Co., r in that town, and on being chased and a onptured, foluihtdesperately with hias aptor iluntil lthe injuries hie received terminated his atrngglen in death. At the inquest the jury awere unable to agree upon a verdict, and the depositiona were forwarded to the Attorneyv OGeneral. On consi'ler.ition of this and other cironom!tanee, tihe Attornev.Genersl deeimed it prudent to let the case be tried in the ordinary war, and, o, a bill of mina 'elaiRigherihas been filed. .TlhleCommisnaoner of Railways has now definitely, fixed the lstNovemnb...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

Sj TABLE 'ALK. :f Ltsler?S o MEaTlres.-Balmoral Wed. n iedayQlth December I Branxholmo Thursa .day .tll December Custerton lth b Deaember culeraine 12th December Edenhope 191tl December; Hemiltoo llth 0 December Harrow Rotb December f Merino 13t11 December. PAtPReSTERFAN CuUoOe.-.We learn tl) Sthe Rev. J. Griffith, expecting to leave by the Rub Roy steamer thin morning. lat t last night received a telegram nlstruoting him to remain to conduct theoerviri here ou Sunday next, the oth inat. PolI.G Cover.--At the Polloe Court on Saturday, Sergeant Dempeter, in thr capacity of Inspector of NKisances, pro. Scaeded against C. Middle for allowing a * nuisgae on lih premises. Tie Complainant ' stated that Middle had a large quantity of a. bonason hi property whleh were rotting a there, literally alive with naggote. The SSergeant decribed thestenoh atintolerable, and stated further that the entire premises ocoupied by defendant were in a disgust hi* ?llthy conditioda. Mr. Must; who wa on the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

fi t'.. ,a::-;?. m OomnPnios>onod 1aeeuasX Melbosrne,, Warw ; . , u.: i ivbfo2·, 3 lelaa%, sun4 to '..uWqii rg.,".. !qIand, jit underaigned despatch Steamers ae 4: _ u(inder (wentter permitting):= S, ' F. i-F'ROM "MELBOURNE ' A:l:Qr O IB?1ot , Portland, '--i'-' Name of treo~,hip. I S-lling Day. ,,,.. ROY ,6. ilneR FItrAY, at F0OM" PORTLA.ND . s1,p•i.e, calltg- at 3el ai?b and ' kndr.mtamboo 1.. mb of Steainship i Sailing Day. Every TUESI DA Y, UI PROT,. I dliig from Port f" - " * , landat,7 a.m. ,. Bta twill be lan attendanace to carry pasa n, lg&r (row the north jeettyto the steamer rom 8,30 q.t9 o'clock,; the eight previous to turn tilcket? ? ltued. available for' either " teaitO : oor. .ve uooth.. ' ". : ,.lareq d freitghts at current ratea. ,'; rCROAKERt, SCOTT'AND CO.. SAgent. or4sud,d epi. 39,,176. l , ~'satirambool Steam Navigation ..,C,:,, :,- ,ompan. y Li-mited. TRE' NEW STEAMSHIP . . : .,r'.:?il o? isoN, S'LEAVES. MELBOURNE' .... Wl arrnambool, Delfast and Portl...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 31 October 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. ft (,ROM .OUR Orn coaaRRsPonDRNaS.) VIOTORIA. MELBOURNE, OTrosEa 30. d. Treasurer received cablegram ':noting 1 that the four per oenlum Rltlway loan Is has been loated; it bah been subscribed on ae the average over ninty-si. di Tradesman refused to deliver gooda' 2 without payment adding free speech In a reference to plaintit's previous swindle, b in taking goods without payment, verdict re Tor plaintiff £25. Colonial Bank declared a dividend of a P per eentum ; the shareboldere elected of WlVliam John Clarke director. P Derby betting on Newminster irm, 0 hi to 4; Tocal 4; Napoleon 10; Ceintia 1 ; ElectriMty I 5 l Mfdro 20. For the Cup, Feu d'Artifee 7; Irish Stew, IA VPlentia and Sterling each tO; New- i1i minster sad Impudence 15. i SWheat.S1s 7d ; four, £13 14s; oats, s , 1 to 8s 61 ;tmatti, 3s iti ; bran, 1a "l1. la The city bas been visited by two sharp a hailstorms, on ?undayrthe gardens and skylights suffered. pi SNavigation oard decided the collislon betwe...

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POETRY. LATE TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

jt' . POETRY. LATE TO OHURaH. Along the rtadl, ou ellher side, The elder boughs are budding, The meadow lailds a rosy tide Of clover bloom is flo odingt Thie sRuny lanldscipo is so fair, So pweet tile blslsassmnsl-celted air, That whel I went to church to-day I:could but choose the longest way. Loud eianc the happy birds, and round > Thie lmilk weed flowers the bees were hum 5.," msli?gs I sauntered on, but soon I found f.eBehind me there was some one coming. I didnot turn lmy held to see, And.yet I klnow who followed me', Before?'lum called me,-' Kity, stay, 4sltdt io share withl youn'te way I ' Vqsl'l, nsotlmnlld our steps grew sloVw, Or notice wheni the bell stoppled ringing, , Or think elfbeleg late, but, Ist I WVheln we had reaclhed the church the singing Was over anld tihe prayer was done, Thoesermotl fairly was begin I Should wd go in, shoued we stay out, red Imboldly on, or turll about? Toni led the way, and up tile lsle I followed-all arllnlr were staring Ao.lte-rsaswel ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

IIlSCELLANEOVS., Perionas ambitious of becming mus cular will do well to stulyltheo result of an oficial inquiry lhlich, according to the Medical Exaaml er, has litely been instituted at a military gymnastic school in France./The inquiry, whicl extended over a period of six months,' showed-1. That tli muscular force is increased on the' average ,1B to 17 'per cent,' and occasionally from 25 to 30 per cent., the forco.liaving a tendnicy to6 become equal on both Aides of the, body. , 2. That -the capacity of the chest -is increased from six 'to seven'per cent., and occasionally from 10 to 15 per cent., while the bulk of the body is diminished, thus showing', that thelo rofit is cibfined ; to' tihe muscular 1 system, The increase of muscular force, was geunteltt .... ni ud to tho; nrst, three months of thocourse. Juring.tibu last moiety a sorious diminutioi usually occurred ; ind"hero they dynamometer gave positive.indication of the nicessity f moderating or suspending - the oxerciee. ...

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CLOSED-UP ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

, CLOSED-4*P RtOADS. Tihe first note Ils been sounded bytl.Ith Shire Council of Mount Rouse. The 3900th sectiot of til Local Government Act says "' Allconcenta given by any shlro cou-elo or rndbonard, under thu repealed Oitll section of the Land Act 1860, shall,. et the end of two yoers fronm and aft.'r the commencc meent of this Act, wholly ceaCo and deter mino i and it is threby declared to be and shall be the 'ldty of the Council of every nunicipal itinrlct, fronm nd after lthe end oi two 'ears after the conmmencement of this Act, except has hereinafter provided, to open und keep open for public use, and free front obstruclton, every srirveycd and reserved rood. streot, or public highway required :tor public terfic." If, hlowever, it can be shown to the council that n roed is not required for publie truafic, theoy havo tho power to ro. commend that it be not thrown opoen, and ic all licolillood tiheir suggeostioV will i0e at torleod to. At thoir mnootin on Wodnesday, til J oaunt ...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

PORt~ T .I'IULLIP_ 1IEADi.. Nof 3=-City of Aideaide; Btr., Sydn~y. Derwent, atr., Laanoaeton. Moravian. bque., London. Ba~lL~t).. Nov 2-City of Melbourne, itr., Sydney. Omneo, sIr., Adelaide. ' Blangalore R..M.S. Gallo. 3--CIty of Agra; sblp, London.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

CHINA. An article in the Daily Press givem imdportant claunos in the " CheToo COn ventioni," not published before, in respoect to the compliant by the nauthorities of Hong Kong eagainst the Canton customtn cruisers. They provide that England shell appoint a consul for Chinn, and at HIong Kong an officer, who shall eaxnmino into the matter and agree on the Rcoa regulations. Englland proposes noxt year to sand nn eplloring expeditionz from Pekin in India, by way ou ?ICuonlah ?aln Kokongn, throughl Svechuea into ''lhibat, thueoc to Ildiar or the expeditiozn tmay talrt fromn the bor0ora of India and 'ubibet for China In.oither case the Ohinese Govenment will undertanke to provide passports for the safety of the travellers.

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

. r COMMERCIAL. POITLAND- MAIAIKETBS,.... (7uerdian Oficoe, Nuvovmber 34,1876.' ThIe retail price of flour 1s±1 8t pertag our qUOtfItpna arO- -_ W·IIOLeSALE 1 PRICE. '!lour 213 Wvheat, tie04 to lse 84 d bunl ob Oats, 3s 34 to 3s d ilo aBtrlby. 3i lOd; Bran, 4d 34,-: ~Pollard, is q fx i do Butter Is 24 to 1 Sd lb" Eggs"l~d-doed ' (Lueee (Colonial) 94 to 8 pW lb, - Flour, 28e pe bag cash .. Barly; 4". per buheabl - i~tiea,, asdo r Qate,4atodn0, doO IBrnu, IOad" do '?"ollad les 6d to 1.04 do Butt~r.,.ls 4di tq 1s 6rl lb .Eggo, "I 'don. " Broad 74 por 41b loaf Mlimooa Bark, 0t er ton

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

E*UR EUUROPEAN: NEWS. Witlit'sipect` to the probabilities of war, it is etated thtit Russin, if' ngreos. alve, could not comimei'co.iostili't a, -" she-hbasno.-nuditiy, s'ill'ai .oundd aro coming from:privare soure'* : Ausarint on .the nmouan of: Hu nganry, has.miformed Ru.. -tlhat if she con. t.nuea to secn,. trops and otitcers to assist SeorvisIalnggary will sond'at once 20o000 mni.. Prosident,: llaoMahon' has inado a tour of Fiance. ??le : ;me' , w-ith a .groat reception, and,found .oo,mllion men disciplined anrd under arms. 'The Turki0o troops are s.aid to be trying to ratoff communicatiojh btols?en Deli g arand; Belgritds?le -It Belgrado Rus;ih iiffluonce is ilcreasing. Russian ofertsand private soldiers are daily S Meiet'igs are still bein'g held in England. to protest against the con duct of the TuarkiAsh troops in Servia and ulgaria, and the.xistenceoo of the Taiki.-ehiipiri'tfh iEdrop. Tho' most importiantook "llao'o.n Septembor 13, at Croydon, when Mrr.Lowe delivered an im...

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THE MODERN CIVILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

THE MODERN C1VILIBEB., (Lines suggested by the Rallway Demon strattiin'of utidi.y, Oct. 28, 1876.) George Stevenson and Watt, to thee wo owe Our warmest. thlnks for this your great Invention; . Not now, as was the ease long years ago, Tile tirdy journey follows the ilntention, But, i to e t rain we tie, are quickly in it, And sptdud .tlng nbout a lile ia minute. Your railwaysystom on tio earth's old face lna wrought a clinugo thra's really quite ,: . tatoullding. , . -, . In overy.lnand tho.iron lines we trace, And everywhere the' shrill stean whistle. ' ooundlk .. . . (11i bye-pnho JelMu rEally lhd no nollontl ' What could be done by way of loconitlon. 'No doub our miother thinks ve hawIv been rude And rather citting In our 'way of dlealirng, And bored her very tuch, but those that's shrewd .Lý.. "?' Are never troubled 1 |tlih gcess of feellng o8 tunnelis- we hiave' ured, and hills cut l |ower-.. - To make a Hilghwayo t ýot i h irn blower. Through silent forests, wloerc a century ....

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MR. M'BAINS' MOTION. MONTHLY STEAMERS VIA CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

mIt. H'BAI'S~ l MOTION. MONTHLY STEAMERS VIA CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Tr will Ibe seen from our telegram that Ma. lM'BAIN in the Legislative Assembly has given notice of his ontes tion to move that the Government invite tenders for a line of steamers pin tihe Cape of Good Hope to do to passages in forty.four days, and to accommodate three classes of passengrs at suffciently low rates to encouraoe immigration. This motion we regar, as the most sensible and practical thathas come before Parliament this sesion, and we only hope the so called Lieral party in the House will join witt Mr. ,a'BAsr to force the measure though the Honse in spite of any delared oppositien af Sir JA!Ks M'CtLooU and his ministry. There has bhen no legislation worth mentioning 3f a practical character aver since SirlJAzE M'Culloch jumped into offic, on pretences which have since evaprated. The whole time of the country bs been wasted on party struggles betwen the Ins and the outs. The Govrnment when not tinkering an E...

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