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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

SIMPORrTA.1T N OTIOUE. S ..... ' 7 ",' 7 P,, SocoNoR i OS Beg to informn'thliffbsbi-ibltn of Port lnud and its surrounding. district that -, " r . t 1 "id t1,: ,r i: - ,' having C TS,1"TI THU STOCK±I '-TRADE OF + "-.E+? H?1' OSE! i' :'-i o ,': ,~ ?:bhsisting epn .:wf , ;:, . lt-O*rl-t?t.i .. ..OTHZNQ. , .BOOTS ldo b:. -AMOUNTING' TO: £4,547: 18s. 9di., Very .Large ~iscount off " Melbourne Cost ,Pricei' . They intend . OFFERINTG', r1?SAME AT A GREAT REDUCTION -FROM- e i . r: s isi titf - i s*i R et ! r .''1'e t S ORIGINAL PRICES, Ii I S 'Vaanted Cash buyers .forl General Drapery, .Men's, Youths's andBoy s' 1Clihln Boots and Shoes. omo and ee Connr nd Meo'as great bargains before perasag else where. iThqy undertake to:'""l ' 1 < SGiive o e r sre lipurhsE oldse Thoem goods helaper ,tliitifany otiher house i thle Western Dlstrict, in fact thieir prices are almost equal to, giving stuff' t " +d. 4 l: h-' : l C, f" ii'ucIl This they intend doing, withian view to making a great ...

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MR. DISRAELI'S MAIDEN SPEECH IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

MR. DISRAELI'S MAIDEN SPEECH IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thi following tisthe maiden ,spoeech of l Mr. Disraeli, nor reported in "Annals of Our Time." It was delivered on December 7, f 1837- ' "In the course of another frregularsnd noisy debate on thll legality of 'the ?rish "election petition fund, Mr" 1. Disraeli (following MIr.'O'Coonell) mride his first speech in Parliament.. lie contededod that tho,subscribeors to the Spottiswoodo :fund Swere" men anxious to work out the Reform I Act,' by putting an end to' the system of f boroughmongering, which in a different shlap, prevailed more extenslrely than ever. ,Tihe mortified feelings of these individuals should be taken into consideration, before" the 0 Inquiry .was Instituted... (Hero Mr. Disraeli a experienced much Interruption, and re . peatedly implored the House to grant hirm hearing.) .Io. had something to. ay in vindication of Her Majesty's Government, and wished the ,House would give him five minutes: 'I stand here to-night, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

TO CARRIERS. W ANTED Hlore and Bullock Tequwa tooart Woul durina Ihe season. CROAKER, SCO'rT & Co. j'etl.nd1 2nd October, 187 SSPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. For the February Sales. XESSRS. GREEN'S Blaok IU wall Line of 'aasenge ships, FOR LONDON DIRECT. t. To be despatched from Sandridge Railw; .i Pier on SATURDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, ). The magnificent passenger ship 1 A LA BA R (Wood), Al at Iloyd's 1300 tons, 0 o. A. I ACKERNESS, Commander. . The SALOON CABINS are speciall d suited for families, and fitted with cabil , furniture, are also unusually roomy, wel s, lighted, and thoroughly veUntilated LADIES' and QENTLE.0-EN'S BATH ROOMS. A liberal discount allowed to families. A reduction made to passengers fron , adloiniý colonies. h s. i~ap is accompanied by a surgeon. For freight or psaage.' crcn?u?, plane &e, apply to J. "H. ITE and Cos., 41 Willim-.street, ', To be followed by the magnificent pas CAnger shipARLISLE CASTLE, The Warrnambool Steam Navigation Company (Limifed....

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EXTENSIVE FIRE IN RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

EXTENSIVE FIRE IN RICh lMOND. Aboui' -a arter -past tw4tl o'clock on tSaturday night.:i '4%h broke out in some astabling ': ;the: rear of the Bay ,View. .,e, Richmond, belonging to Mr Holms, the proprietor of the hotel. The premises were built of wood, and were occupied by a cabman named Robt. Mitchbell, who states that between sir and seven o'clock, when he left, every. thing appeared quite safe. Connected ,with the stable was a small storeroom, which was, as well as the stabling, entirely destroyed., Mr. Iolois estimates his loss at about £t;0, and MitcThell at about £10. The latter is qinesured, but the former is covered'by a policy of £60 upon the stalblrng, but as regards the contents of th!ai'tore room he is not protected. The fire exteided to a four. roomed brick dwellinghouse in Verity street,. occupied .by another. cabman ,naned Boeyce. '-The premises were con siderably damaged- by-.fire, while the furniture suffered, somewyatil by hasty ,removal. No._.73- Bridge.road,- own...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

JLegular Steam Communication between iWelbourne, Warr Sanrbool, Belfast, and Portland, T IE undeorsigned despatch Stenmers as under (weathe" permitting): FROM MELBOURNE T'o Warreambool, Belfast, & Portland, Name of Steam~lhip. I Sailing Day. JULIA? PERCY . Every TUESDAY at 3 p:m: ROB ROY Every FIIDAY, at S 2.30 p.m. FROM PORTLAND. Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrhambool, Name of Steamship. B. dalling Day. .Every: TUESDAY, ROB R'OY sailing from Port land at 2 a.m. Every FItIDAY, JULIA PERCY sailing from Port land at 7 a.m. Boat' wiltl be, hi lattendanceo to carry pas sengers front the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clockl the night previous to salling.: ;. Return 'tlckets assued availablel for either -teamer for Two Months. Fares and frelghts at ourrent rates. CilbOA.IER, SCOTT AND CO., ..... ' Agents. Portlan?d, Sept. 29;'ii76: Warrnamisool Steam Navigation Company Limited. THE NEW STEAMSHIP o *T ?o .A. s. CAPT. J. THOMPSON, LE4VES' MELBOURNE For Warrnamb...

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THE PARAKITE FLYING. MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

tEE PARAKITE PLYING MAcaeL. (nttow tita bAU.Y ?eWs, AUOUST 25.) Mlilitary inventors have long been trying to find sometsale.and. ..peedy means of taking observations over;a large trnret of country.: Mnitgniflers' Lalloon ftiled Ieruseta breeze of wini? drove tie lie h air from tihe inside, Anid pndnheed a slteelj'cdlnapse. <Capllii'e h,dlnoiis were also=5 tiich -niff-etrd-li`y the wind; gn-, always expensive, was often inaccessible, and the process of iafla tnionlcelnpied -so long a tino that nascents were often rendered impossil, until too late to be of service. 'Mr. JospThll Simmosn, . the w..ell.knowu aeronaut, turn . Iris attention to the niatterc'Pome yetms ago, and afler un. surcceiwsful trials in other directions, at list determilned to co whlint eold Ie dten witllh the kite. T.' e fi routite plaything of juvenile Europeans and adult c* elestinls' as ordinarily made is uticertain and varying iti its flight to the.:last -degree, often when in the midst of a quick as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

Oo-operar's Medal of Meneri's House 'at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855, Silver Medal at the Havre Interna tional Exhibition 1868, Bronze Medal at the Trieste Interna tional Exhibition 1871. PATENTED IN FRANCE AND IN TIIE UNITED KINGDOM. Trade Mark. REGISTERED RIGOLLOT'S PAPER OR MUSTAIID LEAVES, FOR SINAPISM, Adopted by the Paris Hospitals, by the Na •tional French army and navy, and the Royal English Navy. TTNDER the name of Mustard Leaver, I . have introduced a new kind ofSinapism, which has none of the inconveciences inherent to the Mustard poultice, as formerly used. Instead of the many disagreeable and expensive operations required in the applil cation of a sinapism as prepared by the ordinary method, one single leaf, Immersed in water for half a minute and immediately after applied to the skin, will have the same effect as produced by a 'Mustard poollie, but without the annoyance of any linen being soiled and saving the patient and the people near him from the inconven...

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TREATMENT OF GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

TREATMENT OF GIRLS. Iloe manyunhappygirls havepaid dearly for the early bringngn-up of their young husbands who, after tie Illrt clamour of love inhad ipas'ed, treat their wives an they were atllwed to treat their .iters, nod as.they saw their fathers treat their mothers-care lesIly, disrespcrtfully, with a total want of that considerate tenderness which is worth all the panionato lore in tl?. world. Thue, though they y may mster outside as excellent husbands, ntever doing anything really bad, antl possc?cing Iman?y good and attractive qualities, yet contriving somehow to quietly break the poor womlall's heart or harden it into that pa?sevo naceptance of pain which is more fatal to marriedt happnless than even temporary estrntgelent. Anger itself is n safer thing than stolid, hopeless indifference. The best htlsbands I ever met cantme out of a famlily where the mother, a most heroic and self-denlying woman, haid down tile absolute law," Girls first," noat it any authority, but first...

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AMUSEMENTS OF THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

AMUSEMENTS OF THE CHINESE. The amusements of a nation always repay attention. They are invariably suggestive, nnid often reveal some of the lending characteristies of a people. I)r. Johnson (quoted in Dr. Williams's ' Middle Kingdom") says: " No man is a hypocrite in his namusemeuts;" and with a people so perversely deceitful and lying as the Chinese are, this fact in itself is a groat inducement to learn wlhat are their favoirito pastimes. And yet there is very little to say on the subject, for it would seem that the Chinese are too self-occupied, too sub. lime, one might say too celestial, to be fond of playing. Of one amusemcent, however, the Chlinese, like othler nations, are passionately fond-viz., thel theatre. As a rule, there are no buildings specially constructed for 'the purpose, and theatrical exhibitions take place in rude structures hastily erected, or in chambers connected with the temples and guilds appropiated to t1tls use. In many of the cities no public performance...

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A TERRIBLE AFFLICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

A TIERIBLE AFFLIOTION. Mr. Fisher's wife was very ill in July, and there were serious fears that she would die. And one day wihen he came ihorno they communicated to him the" sad iiltelligence that sheo was. no morb. When the first outburst of grief had subsided, ho sent an order to the undertaker for a cofmin, he tied crape on. the door-knob, he sent his lihant around to the store to have it draped in black, lie alvertised the death in the papers with some poetry attached to the announcement,and he made general preparations for the funeral. Then lie sat down in'the parlor with his great sorrow, and his friends tried to comfort him. ' It's no use,' lihe said; ;' I'll never got over it. There never was any! woman like lher, and there nover will be again. I don't wan to lioe without her. Now she's gone I'm ready'to go any time. l'd welcome the gravel What's life to a man llko, :le , It's ai void-an empty void; that's what it isi and there' s no more Ihappiness in it for mo.' 'You must...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

SHIPPING.   PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED Nov. 16—Eveline, sch., Torquay. November 15—Otway, steamer, 476 tons, Captain Thompson, from Melbourne via Belfast and Warrnambool. Saloon—Mrs. Tranter, Mrs. Fawthrop, Miss Guthrie, Cap.   Fawthrop, Masters Ward and Miller, Messrs. Matthews, Rhodes, Claridge, Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. W. Ardile, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Mitchell, Masters Mitchell (4), Misses Love (2),   Mitchell, Phillips, Burgess, Messrs. McLaw, Bugess, Westropp, Jamieson, Phipps, Turn- bull, Bowden, Hood, Bickliog, Phillips. J. L Thewlb, Oriffiths, Turner, and 37 in the ste4rage. W. P. Anderson, agent. Nsovember 15-Jolia Percy, steamer, 550 tons, Ceptain Andrews, from Melbourne, via Warrsambool and Belfast. Saloon.-Mr. and irs. H. Molesworth, servant, and children, Rev. Mr. Bagley. end Mrs. Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Rugg, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. D?avs, Sir. and Mrs. Powling, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mdmn Rutledge, McLeod, ,Wytchley, Seabino, Northway (2), Mudle, Fletch...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

TABLE TALK. AuCTION SALEm.-Wee are requested tc direct attention to Mr. B. Henty's auction sales to.morrow at noon in the Portland Auction Mart, Julia-street, of furniture, proJace, and Insolvent stock. Tao JcLa Peacr.-This vessel, says the Standard, after arriving in Melbourne on Saturday and discharging her cargo, went into dock that afternoon, and was carefully examined. The result was that she was found tobe without a mark, not even the paint on her bottom being scratched. This establishes the fact that the shock sustained by the Julia on her passage to Warrnsmbool must have been caused by a heavy sea, and we are glad to find that it was nothing more serious. COAL AT COLEna?sE.-Information was received on Monday by the Mining Depart ment, says the Age, of the discovery of what appears to be a valuable seam of coal near Coleraine, where a shaft has been sunk to the depth of between 50 and 00 feet. A bed of lignite, 12 inches thick, was found at a depth of 14 feet. A specimen of t...

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REMARKABLE SUICIDE AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

RELIABRKABLE SUICIDE AT IOILRNINGTON. One of the most painful deaths which have ever been recorded in the district toole place at lornington on Thursday night. It appears that on the day previous a labourer, named Angolo, a Greek, twenty-nine years of age, residing at Dromana, melted about lib. of lend in a small iron ladle, and then delibor. ately poured the molten liquid down his throat. The unfortunate fellow,.who, of course, suffered the most excruciating agony, was at once taken to Mornintgton for medical aid, but it was soon ppparent that he was beyond help. le, however, lingered in tile greatest torture till about 10 o'clock on Thursday night, when death put an end to his sufferings. The state of the poor man's mouth and throat can be better imagined than described. Hlis inside was absolutely burned and charred by the molten liquid, and.a piece of lead about 1)oz in weight was removed from hisi throat. lia muind is' presumed to have been unhinged through 'monetary difficultie...

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CRUISE OF THE S.S. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

CRUISE OF TRE S.S. VICTORIA. ll.M.C.S. Victoria returned on Wed. nesdoy, from a survey cruise in Bank's Strait. The cruise was not of an inter. eating character in consequence of the loss of time occasioned by the weather. Upon two occasions, for a week at n time, it was impossible to do anythitg but hope for a change from the' westerly or north-westerly gales which always seemed to be blowing. Captnai Stanley's principal cndeavonr was to sound to the eastward of Barren, Flinders and Clarks islands, but in that vicinity only two or three days could be utilised for beat work. The only diecovery made was that tboh Moriarty Banks,, lying to the eastward of Clarke Island, extend about a mile further to the eastward than shown on the existi!g chart, and' that the whole vicinity is rendered dangerous by an almost constant .heavy.sea. One incident in the cruise was that th'e whole' stock of corned meat proved to be bad, and if the bsheep had. not fortunately beetn obtainable, the Victoria ...

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The Guardian, [?] "PROTLAND EXPRESS.". To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon [?] of Others. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

: .. '" "ORTLANDOsXPRss., C': " '. • To' Protect our R4igt - Not. to Infringe : upon tI?se f:;Others. TUESDAY;. NOVEAMBER 21.... RAILWAY MEETING. ,"Wit publish in another column the Meayr's reply to .a requisition con vening ia public meeting of the rate payers for this'evcning at 8 o'clock in the Towhn nail to express an opinion on the Government Railway Con struction Bill introduced in the Assembly by Sir. JA?t?s MCCULLOCII and the Attorney-Gonersl on Thursday last, the 16t inst. From all we can learn on the matter, we believo the opinion is pretty general, not only in Portland, but in. every part of the colony, that a more disgraceful abortion was never submitted to a Legislative Assembly in this or perhaps any Auslralinn colony! Sir JAM~zs IMCUL LOWc, true to his old instincts, has sncriilced to party what was meant for the entire coloty. The measure is designedcto keep the Ministry in place anti pay, nattle lienso of the entire colony.. Four &. five months ago, 'when, t...

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN V. TWENTY-TWO OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

THE ENGLTSH ELEVEN V. TWENTY-TWO OF sOUTH AUSTRALIA. The first match played by Lilly. white's English Eleven toonk place aln Thnrsdy -'on the Oval-ground. A great deal of interest was lnkou in the proceedings, and a general half-holiday was proclaimed. The attendance numbered aboiut 6,000 persons, in. cluding Ills Excellency the Governor, who arrived shortly after 3 o'clock. The weather was fine, but rather windy.: The Englishmen went first to the wickets, .Ulyett and Jupp, who commenced the batting,- and were re coired with cheers by the South Aus. trtliane in the field. Whitridge and Goodfellow commenced the bowling. uloth batsmen soon settled down to work, the patient batting of Jupp, and the fine free play of Ulyoet being greatly.ndmired. " Up to lunch time no wicket had fallen, and it was not until past 3 o'olook that the-first man of Ihe eleven, was disposed of, and then Ulyott, after an imnings of 28, was caught by i illard,offKing, wholwaaput on us a change.;- Jnpp playedv e...

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THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION '"' BILL. .iThe entire press of the colony comrn. blno in condlomnation of at least some parts of the Railway Construction SBill submitted to the Assembly on the 16th inst. by Sir JAMEs PMCULLO.oUn . The Argus says: ".Wnrrnatnbool to Ilawkesdale might have been a very proper line to propose if there wereono others shore urgently required, but while there is no communicatlon with CiCtseron we think it shouhld wait. The dis trict is well supplied, we believe, with roads, nnd would not be materially injured by a little .delay. As regards Woodend to Dayleafold and Lancefleld-road to Laneefleld, we can only say that we see nothlig to justify their construction at present. The Age says: iThe hand of the political tinker and cobbler is everywhere visible, that of the statesman nowhere. Railway policy is an utter misnomer. Vote nobbling by means of borrowed money would be a more correct way of describing the process. Two or three lines which no Government could have...

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THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN AT ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, 16th November. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

TIHE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN AT ADELAIDE. By ELECTRIO TELoEGRAn. [FnoM oun SPEOIAL tREPORTER t ADELAIDE, 16th November. The Englishmen have pursued their practice indefatigably on alternate days during the past week, and now pronounce themselves in first-class form, having no doubt respecting the result of the match, which commences to.aorrow. The interest. centres principally in Shaw's bowling, which seems easy, with a slightly over-arm delivery, and he to a great extent copies Southerton, who ap. pears to-consider that alteration in pitch and pace is of moreo consequence tha? break. South Australians generally re gard him as most unplayable, being fast, straight, with great break-back either way. lie is very dangerouson a favour able wicket, having a peculiar corkscrew delivery, and bonling to the extreme out side of wicket.: Hill has a similar style, Backson,has a fair round armr fast de livery. Both Hill and Emmett exhibit a tendency to tire, Armitage practices seldom, but has a much...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November, 20. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (vRno OUR OWrN CORttESPt'ONDENTO.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November, 20. A blnrglar, Willlam IM'Donald, con, victed on two charges, has been sentenced to three and two years hard labor cumula tive; six previous convictions are re corded against him. Two women who eavsgely assaulted a Chineman have been sentencod cacti to three months. Frederick Guider, convicted of man slaughter of the cook of a ship, ihas boon sentenced to eight months. The Mlelbourne crichoters will give a hearty welcome to the English team arriving tonight on their way to Sydney. Judge IMolosworth ordered that Joseph Slack shall appear on Monday next to show caunse why Ie lhould not be com mitted to prison for alleged contempt of court before ho lt a.ter in Equity. Ninisters have decided to leave the Parliament to initiate action relating to the Grocers' License Clalso, when the third reading comes on to-morrow. It is generally rumored that defalcatlons have been discovered in the accounts of a cle...

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

THE EASTERN QUESTION.. A conference hanq been determined upon, to sit at Stamnloht,-nd to take the whole of the Eastern question into its consideration. The 'Marquis of Salisbury; Secretary of Slate for India, lhas been appointed to represent Groat 3ritain, assisted by, Sir Henry Elliott, tho Turkish 'ambassador, the other great powers sendin'g ?ticial dillegates. In thel!_Geruano ?ichntnd an.impor tant speech ,was; delivered by, Iierr Bulow, 'setting-, forih thel. German policy, which isdri` df'pence and uahn interferonce.

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