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PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

PORT OF IVARRNAM3IOOL. Nil. SAILED. No! 2.Roiiboon. salt., MIelbourne.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

?01'O1 OF-.UEIFAST. ýºRR-'S·. .- I 1 - Nil. -- -

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NEW BRITAIN. NEW IRELAND, AND DUKE OF YORK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

NEW BRITAJ.NrEW tIRELAND, ArX1 Ul1$ ,R YORIK IBSLAND. t4 ar. I , . - . M?:J's: Cocterell.'nturst history col leQtgor, who .ecompanied dthe Rev. lIr. B'dwi on hi hs'teent exploring tour in the islinds of New Britain, New Ireland, sanid Duke of York, sitlamted about a couple of hundred miles east of New Guinea, is now in Melbourne,. He gives a very good aacount of the natural resouaces of those lIttle known countries,'and seems to think they will be found worthy of being colonised by white men. The islands are thickly populated with a fine race of people, who have so for shown themselves favourable, to the visits of white anon. NaB, ritlan is shout 150 miles long; Now Ireland, distant sbout 26 miles from Duke of York, where there is a mission station, is of eoapowhat smaller dimonsione; and Duke. of York is six miles long and four miles broad, Duke of York is the prisci pat port for ,the trading ships, which pro. cure tortoiseshell and other native pro. duce. Mr. Cockerell was left wi...

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THE ALFRED HOSPITAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

THEi ALFRED HOSPITAL CASE. Thie iroumstances connected witlh the death of Charlotte Connolly in the Alfred Hospital having attracted so much alton. tion, it becomes necoessry to give a more explicit statement of the case than has previously appeared. The patient had beon nsufering for some time from an in ternal disease, which had been heatead a dropsy, and sloe had boon several times tapped, and large qtuantios of water with drawn. On her admisalon to the Alfred Hiospiltl the cone was made a subject of several consultations, and a difference of opinion arose respecting it. One medical man expressed the opinion that site wits snffring from ordinary dropsy, but another insisted that there was an ovariian tumour in the abdomen which saoul hbe removed, although the operation is one of the most difllioult and dangerous known to nurgery. The patient herself, having enllared so iccch, and the operation of tapping Ihaving given her only aoch tom porary relief, earnestly requeosted tlhat i ...

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THE CASE OF MESSRS. STEVENSON AND SONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

.te THE CASE OF MIESSRS. STEVEN. t SON AND.SONS. of - of Tho actions brought by Mosars. Storoven ten son and Sons agnipst tle Crown were ex. Lho pected to appear in the Nili Prios list for cit the sittings of the Supremo Coai t which cud cominieeo this moronng. It has boon gc nought to ascribe the blamo of the deolay to Ssome lacheson the part of the officers con. oot nected with the Crown Law deportment, of but upon inquiry it appears that the plaintiff Ilthemalves are wholly responsible of for the dilatolioness hown in bringing the to proceedings to an issue, The fact is, it Ma- ltesare. Stevenson and Son, had been di ed posed, the oases might have boon heard at od the sittings of the Supreme Court hold in ed August laot, and that they have not been an set down for hiearing is due to thle oneesear n- formalities not having been gone through in time by the plaintiffs. It maybe men Stioned tlhat there are four actions pending, namely, Stevenson and i ont, verses t- asany and Turnor,...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

. LATEST TELEGRAMS. (rnoit OUR OWN CORlILES'POND5 NTS.) VICTORIA. I MELBOURNE, NovasrnTE 2. Tihe action against tihe .Berdigo In dependent for £1000 damages, trought by I a store draper, of Sandhurst, for libel, e resulted in a verdict for defendant. g Walker, contractor, sued the Borough a Council of Arrrart for £4000 (ue on extras o in the erection of water works; verdict for the full amount claimed by the contractor. Cable between Batavia sad Singapore will require throe weeks repairing; cable grams expected to-morrow. Telegram from Sydney narrates a dread fiul murder of three children by their father; the populace threatened to lynch him; committed for trial. Glassblower, Crichton,s uedlhis employer, Mount, for damages he sustained as defen dant in a prosecution by Xount; verdict in favor of defendant. 1 Noeminster arrived safe. Flemington 3 betting on the Derby even on Newmitoer; Tostl, 4; Aconite, Cnlumnia. 10; Volo, - alph, and Leigh, 15. For the Cup-Fec d' Artilice, 8: Irish...

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GRAN'PA'S TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

GRAN'PA'S TALE. 'Tell us a tale, gran'pa.' a ' Tell you a tale, my dalings? Why, s what citn have put such ia thing into your little hends at this time of night, c ansd what am I to teoll you about?' t ' Oh, all nbout what hnappened to s you when you were a young man at a tile Zoological Gardens.' v So gran'mnl has been letting you into p the secret, has sie?' I A smile of assent breiaks across the a dear old Iady's wrinikld fthee, anrd her a voice is added:to those of the children in it request for gran'pn's story. s * Well, my .deors, what I am going a to tell you happened a long, long tlime ago when' I was a young iman, but so a vivid witas the impression ihade ol inme at the time tlhatt it appears only the li other day.:I h had come up to London t firom the country on the look-out for ni work, and as my pocket was not s plelntlifully fiIurnished I hal1 made iup iny mild to accep't thi. iel'y first thing v that turiled up. Day by day I waited r without obtaining employmeut, my p ...

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SANDFORD. October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

8 ANDFORD. (ra?xcs oun owt CORUESPONDR.NT.) October o0. IThe work of improvement has commenced. The main road is at last being properly formed through the centro of the townohlp, and a cause of long.existing dissatisfaction Is fast being removed. It is to be hoped that we shall have no more bogs in winter, and that the use of stilts will in future be rendered quite unnoecessary. The road will certainly lave to undergo all the summer traffic, but no doubt, being once formed, it will be kept in proper repair. '.ihe roads were very hId in a certain place in Ireland till the advent of a gentleman named General Wade; and perhaps we may live to be as thankful as tie inhabitants of the place he benefited, one of whom unbosomed himself In the fullowing manner, " If y?a tad seon these roads before t'heyo were mrad, Y.o would raiso op ?-ou boands and bestinontal W ldo." I omitted to state in my former commu nlcatlons that a fence had been placed on each side of the culvert at the south end of...

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MOODY'S STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

MIO $r'r, -.STYLE. A spiecimo n of i Mr. ?Ioody's tolmooia or icnsonidig Itimtd style ot oxeoit rlttiltnt Ii furnishedot by the followinilg uxllaut from onlo of Ihis snrmnons, thkien down phiano. gin plsicully Ito lint, bIun ajnpiskiig nluI6l l 'Iliu iltiosa~u1 trefti riu';bhihlr) Ole *iows buitlt in s t cons nily neto the ,joitlnt, itl thIni gnao thu1 Ifollowing =- to ,If;cJdAtlL " illtltratioan"ofa criminal, or supposbl criminhal, fleeing to one of theom:- " S'ppose I'd kill a man unwittin'ly that we'd been out in tile woods chop pin' and my axe lhand slipped out of my lhauds and crushed inl the man's skull, and my only hope was to get to one of theso cities of refuge. The brother of the man I have killed by accident is theLrould hezmado uphlis mind tokill me. I know the young min's hot temper nod know that lhe's on my track. I therefoire spring out 'v the bush into the road,and it now becomes a lifound death struggle. I see the city before me. Along the road I speed to the full e...

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SOME TRAITS OF COMPOSERS. BEETHOVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

SOME-,TRAITBS- OFY-00OMPOSERS. Slcotlhovon used to sit for hours nt Elio pliso, improvising tllo tloughlts ivwhtilh lo afterarwnd'k jototel dlown oa pailr, iaill sutseqauently elaborated into tlio muasio withl wlilich Ilo natotl iaied tlhe worlhl;: If lio discovered that ho had been ovcrlcaidho l at auch imnes IA lhappnlled onco'wlhen Cipriuna Potter called upuOl tlio great composer, Iatnl wia showin iito ni aIUdjoihing room-lhe was ilcensed to tlthe hligiyhoeailgree. In naollher nmonl, aiud especially nfter lio nhad becomo dlearf, wlileo ivorlking out a suhljcct ill Iis iainll, o10 woulll Icavo hils hoiuso at niglt tor Il the onrly morning nml wnlk for mantuy laoura tlhroughl thl most reoamto anid oliitary pllaces, thirongh woods.ind by lakes iand torrents, nilcialnltd nabsntraOted. Itl this way lae sometinmes initle Ilio. circuait of VioIin twico hi a atiy, or, if lio wer. llt l11hulll, lllng oaxcairlaloils ncraoaH tllu conallar. Whollo enlgagnld oil his Ini!g niflcnlccil SHalunat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

-I Itt, :' : :v Wn#sTt1RKts 3t1! vast ts be, LeBLs'e. RBO51? E & BLACK WELL.S ELEBRATED PICK ES, -iALT YINEGAP., L. .In Qiart and Pint Bottler 8. o o , ALLD? OIL, .,. . PTED EATS, (IAVES' FEET JELLY, and other rIiABLE DELICACIES, SidnAustAtralia and New Zealand E":'-:1 very gg.-nine articleis labelled SIROSE, e& BLACKWELL. =.: . Purveyors to the Queen, 1OHO0 SQUARE, LONDON zo.s~u rL. Actsrs roe LEA arD o'"PEKIIINS' WOICYIPSTE" : ', BH1E SAUCE 'I EALTI. FOR ALL. HOLLOW?AY'S PILLS Art OWiNTMENT THE PILLS Prity the Blo, correct all di?,rders of the Liver, l??t?och, Kidneys and Borels, and are invaluable i all com. -plant Incidental to Females. THE O ITNENT is ttas only reliable remedy for Bid Legs, Old Wounds, Bores, and Ulcers. For 'rooltis Diphtheria, scougis, Colds, Gout, Rlheua?tim, and 11 Skin Diseases it has no equal. Bold, by., the Proprietor, Tuoux s ;IloJOwAr, ?r3, Oxford Stret, London, land by all M1edicine Vendors througout? :~t Wodrld. ;MIARAVILLA COCOA. TAY...

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THE CHAMPION LIAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

THE CHAMPION LIAR: Ono evening last week, when the winter bllsts moanecd sadly nroutnd tho ltreut corners, nId tlhe captains of ferry.hoats wore anxious looks, seven o0 eight vessel owners ntld 'llaid.up' l.ke ulptlinis sat around a blus burner it a silon niear the river. 'After the isnal amount of growling about' the velthlor, one of them told a story. lThea:o m"iglht have born an oulice of itruth aboult it, but the crowd 'felt cerliini thitt Lhe olunco was offsot by itwenty-fourt poitllds; of theo. awfullcst Iind' of; lying: Theroforo a secotlln ili"tatilda 'story, nnild' then thlrd ihma ,eat the second. .W\hen the, fourth Inau sttel nout, _he suid:- ' Gentlemen, I have nlso soon tough ineiOs snVhAu i L' ..sii sailing. theo ulooleterI ortiute, f ortyyears igo, two' f?+su wotrsdilwept overboliord.in a stoim' onI-;,koe Erlo.'ol lblick night. 'A:" hitchl coi edi it with ti?s, nual d it so: hlhiiiuuiisel "tlin it b r oth clutched it' It wvah list ., goieenougli to suppcrt two.; Iwnsl?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

' .. FOR SALE. , .TEAM' OF;ULLOOK(S to bo ten a Swork at W. lnanlon's. Sttricek.' W Nixr RoOkS , i: rl'1iF following books nud stationery ?Jit L received at the Guardian Oiluoit Gallant North Outeldo the Law P'rato Tales Darnley IodIney ftny Narrow Encapo Saints and Sinners Blroken Bonds hunoted to Death t Lord Listo's Daughter ]lullnd by a Spell Young Cavaller A Striking Contrant Love and Adventuro Diamonti Cross Wild and Woadicrful Parlin of a Pretty Girl Illoak Angol Two Kl(s?oe Ten Years a Rover Mnud Luton Carolino Ily Flood Field and Meountar OnII ho Hon Illhltrted Gift Book RIobinlon itCusoo OGrace )nrlhlg Casqllut of (Inons lruet Ilarto's tPocilm Floral Poesy Ifolildly Albuln Life of IDr. Livingstone Mari of thie Ocnu Coral Inland lPhotogralphlc Album is Hcroll A llbls '' Mlrtreln Mulicail Album 'laying C(ard *, :r - &c, &t., &0. :IMPORTANT NOTICE. 0'ONN0OR* & ES C Beg to hil'orm the Inihabitants of- Port- T landi and its acirrounding' district...

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JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

JAPAN.. Rich oil wells have been discovered in Ugo. Seven are producinlg 10,000 gallons per diem superior to imported kerosene. Three Japanese men-of-wnar will con vey officers and crows for' the vessels beinogconstructed in Ealahld. 'Tnhe American missionaries, il 'lthe Kano mountains have been totally un successful. 1 A heavy four-wire cable has been laid across the Straits of Canezurn, giving threeo cables at this crossing. Argun, 31st October.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

SPEOIAL ADVEIRTISEMENTS. LEE GE Ij KWONGa, chIINESE DOETOE?, <<ZF'ýtO M MELOUR N E'N Quros all kinds of Diseases to which tho human frano Is liablo. LEEV OCVVl- I( iNu will vl, l 'orluaud fIl '1'l1J SAY, N.'''.'.e ,II 7, 01(1 mlay li cry - Vullc· ~ o ur mlthe 8~LU Ut Hun e 1{nLmfVg Ile'ywud, 11 tlilo(·h dy, NoYvember a. "ur"'l'lylIy; y, IUbur1IIPy NoPIeIuhLr 0. C .' CroucI &Cco 13 AV'P, iJl '1 C11'I? aX C u! Groccriea. Spirits, I. ,"r `lO(B IAAc.. 11Ao ºý~uttorluo of 1,)INNEK and BREAK-K I'isT C k Sr h can Lo Ishad IIn ay ililtair' of piiUce to sulit pultahitcI ts. UI cihraias'Cibo tejo rpld. - SPEmOAL ADVERTISEMENTS. For the, February Sales. wall Line of 'Passenger For LONDON DIRECT. The magnificent new passenger ship ME LB 0URNE, RICHAIID MA1SDE.N IL.R., Commander, Will be dospatched from the Sandridge Railway Pier WEDNESDAY, 8th rNOVEAIBEI. The Melbourne is a new vessel on her 2nd voyage, and is coosidered by nautical judges to be one of the finest s...

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ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. (Australian Associated Press Telegrams. Cooktown, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

ARRIVAL "OF TIIE TORUES c. STRAITS MAIL. (Australian Associated Pross Tolegrams. Cooktown, Munday. The Singapore arrived ths .iuornling.. Sh',3?f .f ioigi KoIlk .on "',the 10th Passengers for Mellourno-- Miss M. Jean and 16 Chineso. Cargo for Mel boirne.-380 chests 590 boes .600 packages tenr. nueld?00 packages s'un drida. *

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Right—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. FREE TRADE v. PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

lel RS TTR WHICI Is lm00aPOrAT7-D THE "s, rePOLZ D EXPRESS." To Protect ou~ Ifghts - Not to lIfringe spon tice of Others, FRIDAT NOVEMBER 3. FREE TRI1DE v. PROTECTION. The Arg s never misses an oppor tunity of sowing the wonderful suc cess of Nov South Wales under a system of what is called unlimited fieetrade, and contrasting Victoria most unfavrrably with the elder colony for followieg the system of protection as establisted through the statesman p, ship of Mossrs. J. G. FnoAcis, GnA nrAU Banny, and -others. The Vic torian public, as a rule, do not take lndly to sltiAtstlr ..a _.~- Ja6 puL . G sible that onoe-half the leaders bristling with tabulated statements and statistics are never read, and when read only partially understood. - Of course New South Wales, the United States of America, cr the free trade policy ofTimbuctoo, mry look very er well in print, and impose/greatly on n- the ignorant, but for our Ovn part we th would rather apply discudion of such questions to our own ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

" erkeley Sept 1809.-.Gintlemeo, I feel it a duty I owe to you to exp4as my grsitude for ilie great benefit I have tbrircd by taking ' Norton's Camomile Pills.' I applied to your agent, Mr. Bell, Berkley, for the abovenamed Pills, for wind in the stomruch, from which I sullfered excruciating pIli for a length of time, he having tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benfcilt therefrom. After taking two bottles of your vnlsablo pills I was quite restored to my usual dalte of heailh. P'lase give this publlcity for the be:ellt of those who may thus be afllctcd,--I nin, Sir. yours truly, I ulnuar ALrass.--To Proprletors of NonroTo's CAsMOMILs PILLs. (Anvr.) Notice of Raenoval. SOIiERT I!EAZIh?WVOOD, Dlacksmiih L aud Farrrior, respeetfully informs his esetoluora that he has reunoved to thole irroisos lknown aos tihe Ohld liroewory, n iouty-strcot, olposito thl Catholio Churc'; ansi !oliOs, biy attoention to his buislnoss, to uotaiu a fair siharo of public patronag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

-lUtI. Siestam ommunication between' Melbourne, Warr 'Il1dntibol, R el fait, anst Portland. " . TI 118 , ndersigned despatch Steamers as Sunder'(wcatliet permitting): =.:i?)FR?M i MELBOURNE TWainibool, Belfast;,& Portland, Name of Stcamohip. ' Salting Day. JULIA PERCY. I ver TUry UISDAY . B: . . I at 1 p.... ;y y?O I Every lFttiAY, at 2.30 Ip.m. - 'M. P ORT L AND :MýIlioiine, calling at Belfast and ; t:Warrnambool., Naine bf e Steamsbhip j , sailing Day. - livery I'UESIDAY, ,RQB ;l0OY nsailing from Port S' land at 2 a.m,:. I Every F: tIDA Y, X ICY sailillng from lfort ..lalld t 7 a.mn Bati will "be in attendance to carry pan e?neris from the norlli jetty to the steamer frain .30' to' 0 o'clock, the night previous to Return tickets issled available for either, steamer for'ywo plonthaa. hies and frelights at current rates. '?" :CItOAKER scOT'T AxD CO.. ' Agents. Prtland 'Sept. 29, 1876. S arruambool Steam Navigation : ompany Limited. THE EW STEAMSHIP CArr. J. TIIOMPISON, LEAVE...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

NEW ZEALAND. By the Arwa~ta frvn New Zenlnnd we have received files to tie 2th in/lf. SCENE AT AtOKLAND. Sir Jilihn Vogel haint?est left Now Zen Innd. A lirgOe nHainption in being motde for hint. Sir J. VitlC laindol at eight o'clock on the morni;uof tho 2rdl i,, Auck. tlnd. Lnt ight Ight tlhosnndl poople glthel red and prpiiro' to roceive hhn. IHo iwia iiformeod of it, an' dhl not comne nshoro Innit night, To-day tire wan nimonet nn iin dillTronno. Dolootivrletfrey neonmpnniod Sir J. Vogol nahore it the Oltatutno I otean atonll Inunihi, ntid seorgeant find two prolicitnotelt vero nrmel with etnves, Sir J. Vogel watlked half ay up the atreet when he hnilel nn exp renl.1uin, and Unet him for a citb. Sir Jiullut aneareid to taliter from gont ; ho wnlkod witl nnmolditfionety. He walked tip thie slret konplling a oab clove at hndllllll ready to circuit in qvoent of matters getting itpleasant. ]Io was intorviewead in Shethltud strect by tlr John tnhotn vto nontred r himl there wtro atevr...

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