ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Portland Guardian Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 272,555 items from Portland Guardian, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
272,555 results
PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

1- b8T OIL.13ELF sT. .I - ARXIY- . Nor. 9-JubaPercy, str.. WanmbooJ. Orswsy, atr.,:W a nambooJ.. Vov. 9-Julia. ieroy, rtr., Portland. Otwwy. etr.. "Portland.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A JOAN OF ARC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

A JOAN OF ARa.. The Paris cor' potndeit of the Argus, in descanting upon the war in Turkey, has the following concerning a heroine: Miss Marcus, who has been sur named the Joan of Atc of Icrzegovina, is a Dutchs' womvnn, but of French origin. She belongs to an excellent family, pnd lonoof hler jrothels is an admiral in tile )utclh service. Of about 30 years of age,, and of ,somo what 'diminutive stature, she had adopted the masculino attire, which has ended by taking fiom her gait and gestures a great portion of the fennline graces. She wears her black hair ciut short, her forehllead is 'high, and her eyes, of a light blue, sparkle with malice. She is pdo'complexion"ed, with a most charming sweetness of smile. She cannot be said to be pretty, but seems to you some strangero np parition when you see her scale on horseback the gont-tracks of the mountain with her hand restiig on the stock of her revolver. In. a .moral point of .view, Miss Marcus is a kind of illuminata. Her first idea...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DARTMOOR. November 6, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

(EauL 4 CcoIIsaoosqoeur.) November 8, 1876, The tea-meeting hold at Dartmoor on the mlt of this mouth to welcome Dr. Thornton, lJishop of Ballarat, was a great succoess, Iand was largely attended, notably by families from Dairy ald Drik Drik; the only drawback lying in the sad tidings, brought by the i.evd. Mr.' Alloutt, of the worthy isehop's illuess. It was a groat disappointment to. all present, buttwhon it was undorstoood that the illness woe not of a?erious nature nll eat down to tea in toltei able spirits. The spread was furnished by our old friend and resident, Mr. Green leam,. who doserves evoryv omamonlnt?tin for the uatisfactory and eflioieot mentetaer in whic heid carried out the artrngements, which conduced. so greatly to the pleasure and eejoymetnt of the gathering. N?uewith etanling this boing o hosy season, and the settlers in thie very mnidt of shetring opera tions, they good:liati redly closed their elheds for thia day to enable their eyoploS~s to be present.' I mus...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

CORRESPONDENOC. WbIlmh ad2nIttnld the griateer ltorary fraeedo n to * O6err ondeontt, oar tolume~wilI ba opou -aonly to ouch bonii o lcati as shf a booleorly wrlLttuo, taoejontely goprocool, ant of locdal rouert " Intrest;: In no wino hIolding oureelves roepouslbln forany eplototnsthb moay tboonveyol t erott.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

TABLE TALK. ST. STrePas's To-P'to?r.-At the tempeance meeting, according to pro gramme, there will be an address from thi. Bieshp, diveralfied with glees. As the admssionis free, there should be a large, meeing. C.ator A'ND Onrulas' FUND.--.e eare re qcested to draw attention to the laud abl cbject for which the offering a,e St, Stephens will be made on Sunday evening, nest, eir--The (ler~rya' \Vidoyea' and Orphans' Fund. ScAt.tr Fcvea.-We regret very much, to lave toannuounce in our obituary notice, the dqath of one of thie sons of a1r. Js L, Acher, J.P.. from that, dread scourge. aces let fever, being the first fatal, case of. the disease that ltpa occurred in this. Btrough. The little fellow, who, was 2} years old, was taken unwell on Monday night, but nothing saeriouswas apprehended, urtil Wednesday morning, when Dr. .'ewer was called in, but even, then there. were no grounds for alum. At midnight,, however, a fatal turn presented itself, con-. volsions setting in continuously t...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

S: ,EW ZEALAND. Our lies are to the :lest ult. : ,i. LT|, SDio tio Sooll wen opIonel at AtIo 'i iid oititta 30th, tliehop (Jowil.oolivorodl a lung.addreeas: JLu I olerrarl to tlit approanlch Ilgoonelcratiol of tlle Rev. Mr. Sl.wyn to thlle bilhopt ic at ,r\le ial, ili, nld lirgl.dl inOar e n e rg otlo o li tl l u folr s U p l u g lh ho [l iil tMtialonto %titI. " Ilo olpe hopfunllyh of thie prospeoot of obtaiting clergymen for tllt colony.'Yrtin theo raiilks ofyOUung colonisits. 'Tlle rmlaiitllr lihat 1ll3jtup CJoulo ld bouln SlTered tilh' bialulijli of Caloutta is contra " l . -ted.... Tlho popiltitln it th Kumnra has clon. lderably deoreavodl, large numberii havirts gonte swtey lUtely, IFrequtlent rltlln have hided tlhu inter, uand the selalllw workinlgsl oalr the tluovsllip appear pnyable. At Karsamnn, where a lil-tubloyp nlnrkv d " Li IIoguo" wasl foltld, a lurv ud Kilt hlumanll figlro off the stern of' Inrao vowuel hIaI been picked tip, alsto i uodar olibitdoor step, llnd qllant...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIA AND CEYLON. COLOMBO, OCT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

INDIA AND CEYLON. OOLOMIIO, OcT. 20. There is ureat scarcity of food in ~ome ptrtr of Idlia -in Bomba y nnl lMaltras e-peeially. Six ndllions of people In the former presldency are threatened with fin tile. RIllef works have been colllonenccd. There have been gralu roubt in Malras. Sir IVo,. Gregory is likely to visit Victorli, and New South WVaole early next year, before religning the Government of Ceylon. It Is rmonnured that a oublo s1 to be lalI between Gallo and Auslralal direct, or vid Jars. The Ceylon Ouveromeon is ready to give every facility. The Australlan mall stoanmers havo begun calling regularly at Colombo. The Imperial assermhlase at Delhi is to be c-mmemnr.ed bya medal. The Nt ceroy'a (e Ctmre trip is abandoned. The peace negotiations between Egypt an& Abyasinia appear to haveo fatiled, for It is stated that Massowah has been captured by the Abyasinia army, and that two Egyptian steamers have been seIzed. Troops hlaro been despatcLhed from Suez for Maasowah. ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL SUMMARY LONDON, SEPT, 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

GEN EBAL SUMMAtRY. LONDON, S.%r, 29. The King of Dabomey still saintains h= attitude of defiance. He has declared ?il Europeans prisoners, has forbidden all con monicatlon with the beach or ships, hs. stopped all trade, and threatened Englise men come to fight none sltaU return. Al produce in the factories has been seized, and the Frenchi have been.forbidden to hoist ther consular flag. Tihe French Governmen, alarmed for tihe safety of their subjects, ati in communication with our Foreiln Office uo the subject. The Portuguese Governmet have sent to Whydah a corvette, two rift? cannon, and some artillerymen. A Britsh expeditio, under Commodore Hewett, asn ascend. d the. Niger, and destroyed tlre villages belonging to offendinj tribes. A stubborn resistance was offered by the nattes. One artilleryman was, ktiled, and nine .nen and officers wounded. Mr. Bolton, aged 80,late boroughl trenurer of Hull, hassadmitted defalcations of sbout £10,000, extending over 24 years. Mr. Brooke, his a...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

O'CONNOR1 & -31E Beg to inform the Inbabianis of Po t" lad and its surrounding dis rict that having 'E1ch AS7!b TUE WHOLE Oi LE H, OSEý - ConsIsting of - " o ;z. ,xo. aGOO ,:s, og-'' A,1OUNTANG TO £4,547 1811 9d., Very Large Discount op Melu?uarn Cost Price, 4'hey Intend OFFERING TH I SANE: AT 'A GREAT REDUOTIONf FROM ORIGINA?4 PRIOES.:, W'Wanted Cash buyers for General Drapery, Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing, 'oots and Shoes, Come and see O'Connor and Mose's rent bargains before, purchasing else cwhere:. Th"3y -ndditakiOT " loTh goods cheaper than any other hbus Ihi the Western District, in fact their price. are almost equal to giving stuff This .they intend doing, with a view to. making a great clearance previous to the arrival of their new purchases, they' havig reduced the prices of the whole. of the goods to such an extent that they are really presenting their oustomei's with ,i upwards of £600 During this sale al goo will be sold This establishment Is so well k own...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAMILTON, NOVEMBER 9, AUTHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

1!ANILI'CON, NovIoInon 9, ATIILErio SPOItTS. £25~ cur. %V. Ilon, . . 10, ppint. W. Millard .. poluta Trwo evunts to be run on Friday. IIHUDLE ItAoe. A. inlun ... ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILLIARDS. ROBERTS' EXHIBITION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

BILLIARDS. ROBERTS' EXHIBITION MATCHES! The first of the farewell series of these matches wasee played on Saturday night, in the Athenmum Hall, Mr. Meakin being Roberta's opponent, the latter con. ceding 700 in 1000. Contrary to ex pdctatlou, the attendance was by no means large, there not being more than 200 persons present, this being probably attribtitable to the severe rebuff backers received during the afternoon at the a races. The game was worthy of the Y attendance, being the most uninteresting that has been played by Roberts in Mel 7 bourne, and the first that he has lost here, his total when his opponent scored out 1, being 803 only. The first 500 took an. d bour and twenty minutes to obtain, and a the game altogether lasted two hours and "ten minutes. Roberts was eviJently off ahis play, for time after time he missed, for him, very easy sho's, otherwise his Sopponent-gooi player as he is-would not have stood much chance, even with the heavy odds allowed. 'Tob.night we : sh...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, NovEm- ER 9, The Prince of Wales' Holiday was well kept, and the closing was general. After mid day every oop. went to the races, and tho town was deserted; there was a light rain in the morning, teo.day doubtful, but tine in the afternoon. The Protestant Alliance Friendly Society held a fete; there was a lively band in uniform; a 1prry bore a splendid banner of the \Varrnsm. bool blanch ; Highland pipers formed part of the procession; and the uanal sports came off at the Gardens. Tile opening of the National Agricul tiral Show is postponed till to-morrow; UJe.exliibits are good, and over an acre is ou5q, sJ with mtschinery. .Mayor Patterson took his seat at the. City Council. The late Mayor, A. K. Smith, made a farewell speech; he said be. had not plhased everybody, but re tired with the proud coenciousness of having done his duty. Beut claimed the ceat for Londadale Ward;. lie said he w.,uld pay the half cosat o...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. WATCHING FOR PAPA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

POETRY. .,WATOHING FOR PAPA. Up at the window arre three little heads, Lucy'., and Willie's, and year-old Fred's; Wiit are they doing there all in a row, :Bobbingup, bobbing down, every way so? Watching for ppsa to come home to tea; Dearts their papato all of the three. IWhich:pair ofr little eyes, sparkling and : .bright. Think you will be first to see him to-night? ILfarkI who is that now whose footsteps they .;'heare lFar'ot are heads stretched to see him draw d pearl h fdm ebody's papa, perhaps, but not theirs Up atthe three eager faces he stares. flack from the window bobe each little head, Pals, make haste now," says dear baby ;N6wtliey'all see him just coming in eight; ark. how they clap hands, and scream with - delight. pyat last, not a momeni to waith laghi and shooting they rush to the gate. Joyfuly papa the little troop meets, 'Ech."osy mouthwith glad kisses ho greets. Up in his strong arms he takes little Fred, Wills and Lucy go dancing ahead; nato the house now all four...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DIVORCE LAWYER [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

SA ' DIVOROL- LAWYER' The death of Mr.: House, the famous (10VOI0CO Lawyer, is luuuiiuaIu uy uIet -American papers. Mr.' Housoe; who had amassed a considerable fortune by professipnal activity, was eliot diad by Ihis wife, Irelne, "a dashing bloinde," on the evening of the 30th nit., at their home, near Lawrence station, on the Peohnsylvania Railroad. He hl~d' beel twice married. His first wife died, it is stated, chiefly owing to "worri ment" at his vexations behaviour, and his second mnarriage does riot nppear to have been altogether a happy one, for so many differences arose'bectswen'him and the lady who killed him the other day that, for some time past, each had found it convenient to carry a pistol. The conduct of Mrs. IIouse in putting an ondl to her husbalnd is condemned, but it is almost generally admitted that e. is no great loss to society. His business, though extensive, was not of a reputable' natulre. Io :was' ever ready, by a jugglery of the laws of certain States, to ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SENSATIONAL RAILWAY ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

y A SfENSATIONAL RAILWAY -ADVENTURE.; - Big stories come from big lands 0 take the land of Ningara for an ex ample. The landofthe Himalayas, too, has its sensationnl narratives on a grand scale; and these, with the spread of the Anglo-indian Press; are obtaining wider notoriety every day. The sea serpent of American waters has a rival in the gigantic octopus- of the Indian Ocean, which .the other day dragged down under water n schonner in-full sail, the captain of which presumed to fire at the floating. monster; But the latest anecdote from India, though sendational 'eindugh. is "- thoroughly credible. It resembles closely an inci dent which is well .known to have occurred several years ago, when the railway fiom Madras to, Shoranore, on the Malabdlr coast, was first opened out for regular traffic. This. time, how evrer, thii scenei is laid in' a" railway' in India. As a train was' proceeding at a fair speed the eigine-driver noticed. a-herd of elephants advancing towards him along ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

DEATH.     ARCHER.- On the 9th inst., at Portland, ARTHUR JOSEPH LEE, the third son of Joseph Lee Archer, aged 2 years and 4 months.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT FIRE AT BUNINYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

GREAT FIRE AT BUNINYONG. After over twenty years of almost entire immunity front the ravages of fire, the ancient village of Buninyong received a visit from the destroyer on Saturday, which has created such a shock in that quiet hamlet as it has never before experienced. The fire originated (says the Evening Post) in Harris's ironmonger's shop, in which an explosion of kerosene or powder soon took place. Spread- ing east and west with fearful rapidity, the flames soon enwrapped almost the whole block-extending from Mr. Greaves' drapery establishment on the went to Mr. Sleemnan's bakery on the east, every shop and dwelling being completely destroyed and the contents consumled, save the furnlure of Mr Slee man, which was rescued from the flames. The following properties were destroyed, beginning at the western side: - Greaves, draper empty dwellinghouse; Taylor, barber; Daley, baker; Bradshaw, butcher and   general store; Harris, ironmonger, furniture   deale...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

MELBOURNE,. (a.? _.. olnr s o tvw noatrRoStok .) - 'f'.evensbetr 3, Tle treaty nf ocenpation h- tweon the GC I Day Rlallwiy Conmpany i.m mys be culaed fm settled. TheuSlaea es l o e i uaGoderned in :with obe in? la fle' -'Ao etlies connecied the accounts and t . ,:anUen h nav exa ined ptoy, and hravn.. .ascial statmp of the col5 YPo o to' thr' '. approvingly referred their After these .- T ommioners of AJudit. intelligene ,. geantLemon bare exercised their _doubt bi .Ae pon, the subjrct, there librttle to Pa' .'?t tUat the terms will be submitted rbiern .'linmebt for acceptance. Whate these an o.mare I al not anthorised to state, but .indication of the1a may be gleaned ifrom hbe tact that sales of the compail's haoree b?. A'O besn masde at £52 loS. Yten, this tranusetis ao completed, the Goveunmeut rWAL be in a position to secure nearly two Smites o the city as a site for a ranlway tetm·ri ua-for the futura millions 1whiiL acoordlng to Sir Itercu'es lisbluon's eatl o.rate. ar to inh...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

PnHPA RLU |.1"rl "..Y Vll n flI ' l?TINa KNIPE cLimbAO \Illcritb:: , .tt"A RlIt?.Nt AND uInI LCASTHR KITSr B ,+?v.,r ID ,ElRO t, cOnDN, rE.CAN CLT?ANH R W|TII IT 111!1 !IN,, 1.1Nf 1.01.'L+11 I tJUAL To N?.W CUrf.I.1.)· J 1' - . 1,iI. ? I I; AN, TINS. 1. .II. A ' I L . Po.A' i re y oir?-', to'. 1 he.i('" Qu ýee n , 1HOL13 - suOa tv n- t0 rm ;vIT II 1i 1\* ' . Pel LEAq* NO aNt ''ot.!lll? ,Il ' I, ,, . t. TRO, P4ATi , |'LATR GIA-;. .:C J'AILLT1 tD. I. CA·. IN SOLID DLOCRS-In.I au hA. ATIll, I ?. IOXES CROSSE 3 BL&CZWNELL'S CEIEBRATED PICKLES, SHUOIR EAUsE I ALT.VINEGAR, . i.y.L ~Il, in Quart and Pint Bottlen.... a SALaiiD:JO . o . l. PTTED MElATS, : 1 [ALVES' PET JtLLY, and other,,, SA BLE 1 DELIOCACIES, R I... . 1mder Cni.onsat?rl Ol aTornBsrrEsoS ' itu'aAtralia itnd 'New Zealand '1 !j ...Ever?'genuiue'articleis labelled C¶ROSSE &' BLACKWELL. , . Potirveyobr'to tho"Queen, hOUO o SQUAII: ? I, O8 , LONDON S r+ ..n . Bio.,.i , - o .. .. / . ex;jc7';lue suly fts Ori LEA AN...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 November 1876

i' SPEOIAL: ADViERTISBMENTs. 'MAiRBLE ,'&'" O.RANITE,' MONU. 2 J;:£ENTS OF ALL, .AIlD&S WERBINO & IRON RAILINGS, - MARBLDl AND ENAMELLED. , CIIMINEY PIEtiS, MIN.TON'S THSSILST.TED PAVING TILES, ChImbar's & Glutton's, Go Li1l0.nlle A Stepholuu Strdectm, l ELIIOURtNE. o, CA'. LIl EL M. ?,iANTED Iloruo anIid nillock Tl'eams ;I lOuoort W\\ol dluring tho ausauil. CIOAKER, Sc)O'l & CUo. ; 'ortlsull, 2.id October, 17ti. SPECIAL ADVErTISEMENTS. For the February Sales~ )r A)ANDON :DIIXfi The maeguiicent sew passengercip 31E LBO U I E, RICHA?D MtRSDE BI.Ia. Commander, r fj \\'ill .be 3ea ptchd from the Sandidge Railway Pier MONDAY, 13th 'AOVEMIBERI. The Melbourne is a new vessel qn her 2nd voyage, andl is oonsideed by unautlcil jde to be one of the finesteling merclhiintuf afloat. She has been designed by Mssrs. Green, of llackwall, herowaers and builders, with especial regar-to -thes mftort,'aefety' end convenienec of passengers, for ,snons ties accomn...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x