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THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY. LONDON, NOV. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

.THE A3i1FRIOAN PRESTDENCY. LONDON, Nov. 8. 'Mr. J.-Tilden, the Conservative can. diate. baa been eleoted Presideut of the Uniteii State-, defeatine General payee, the Republican candidnte.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

POURT PHILLIP IIEADS. ARRIVED. Nov. 20.-City of Melbourne, str.; Sydney. You Yanns; str., Sydney. SAILED. .Nov. 20.-Argylo, str., Circular Head. India, bque., Newcastleo. Clara Hlargraves, bque., Newcastle 21.-Fanov, seh., Weastrn Port.

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. (Reuter's special telegrams to the Australian Associated Press.) THE WOOL SALES. LONDON, NOV. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. ,(BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (Reuter'e sipecal telegrams to the Aus tralihn Associated Press.) TH'l1E WOOL SALER. Lon, oD, Nov. 3. eThe London-o.lioninl wool sales oppened o+n the 31st nlt. The total arrivals amonnt to 170.000 1ales, in. cslnding 3.000 bales held over from last series. Upwards of 7,G00 bales were offered. Caped of Good tope wools preponderated. The attendance of both Lbore and foreign Luyers waq large, and the biddings commenced .aith greet ephit. Prices show an average advance of about l4d per lh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

r HiE REV. MR. STAIILE, ol the L' MLission Station Condab, debires to return his elcere Ithlks to nil those who so kindly contributed towards cormenco ing a library for the Aburiginals at Condah. Portland, Novemher 13. Flour.. M IIINO STEAM MILLS sunperfine Silk.dresscrI FLOUR, 26s. per bag. P. W. BSIEViLL. November 6 1870. - Darlots Creek Wool Scouring Establishment. rIIE undersigned is prepared to Scour . wool in large or small quantities at ,current rates. H.S. DA -S. Ecesebelle, Oct 10, 1876. TO LET.-FURNISIIED. A THOL COTTAGE, South Portland. Srent moderate. For particulars apply on the premises to R. STEVENS. To Painters and Glaziers. CONTRACT No 3. (IFNDEIIS nre invited for REPAIRS to 1 the IRON STORE PREMISES, Percy street, Pelrlinud. • The tenders are to be delivered at the of l:e of Thos. Moust, Esq., by 4 o'clock on Thursday, 23rd inst. i'Ians aUd specificlatons to be seer at my oflce, Town Hall, Portland. Tire lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. DANIEL NICIIOL...

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MANAGEMENT OF STATE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

MIANAGEMIENT OF STATE RAILWAYS.. Subjoined is an .abstract of the bill en. a ttie.l o above, whihi waa.re~sd a first time Iln thle Assemnbly on Thursdayi:- - TVhree comminssioners are to be appointcd, in whore will be vested the utiro iand abso-. inteo ianacement of the State railways, all of which will be handed over to them under the style and title of " The Conunrissionera of lri:lwaryn," while the commissioners will have power to frame, make and alter bylaws from time to tie as they nimay think fit, to fraoes and alter tariffs, nlake charges and rates and decide generally, nod without restriction, how the wharves ant jettlies shall be mnanaged slid the railways worked i while they will appoint or dismls9, promote or degrade, all employes, antd impose penalties on persons infringing the by-laws they may make up to £20. While they will exercise all these powers absolutely and without con tiol the Mlitrister of Rtlrways will still remain, for no other apparent purpose than rtiplyin...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

RAINFALL.." July .. . .. .. . .. 5.45 A.",.l 0.89 Ocbebr... * 2.12 "Up t end of Juno':.. v?... j=. ??. .il18.0 July . 2.24 A t ... ... ... ... 375 Octoler . ... ... 2.44 2406

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Cricket Practice. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

Crlcket Practice. o the Editor of thle Portland Guardian.) Ir, -As a stranger, and young member of .'ortland Club, may 1 ask whether it is tonary, whol members inet ostcnslbly practicc, for tile bowling to be monopo by ono or two during the few hours at disposal. O[ course I do not allude to SAllan, to play to whose bowling is both rivlege and a pleasure, but I cannot but ik that the intercats of the club would bo ter conserved if those who can bowl were wed a few overs in turn either to keep Ir hands in or laprove their style. I am, &e., TYRIO. n prcutice days the opportunltles, fr ractieo shotld be as general as possible. or non invested with a little brief uthority to monopoliso the ploans of the lay is not only to upset tim object for vhilch the meetings are appointed but is ontrary to t the wish of the committee. i. PI. G.a

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

ORRESPONDNCE n~dmltll the graatoat Iiterary freedom to eour ol)umns will ta open only to .o, alcatione as shanll ho clearly writtlon ,,prts11d, 1n0 o! local or gVnet In wino holding our eloao o o ponniblO o ! topln hantmllat may b coonovyed tlere;ln.

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MELBOURNE. November, 17. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

MELB 0 URNE. (arox Oia OwN COtrllEPONDETT.) November, 17. Discuasslon to-day In the publie places where political cognoscenti conlgregate hl,t been conflted to tile prospects of the railway scheme put forward by the Governmellnct. And alllthough there are not wanting many who assert that the wide-spread dlseatisfac. tion felt by those who are disappohnted in obtaining the fulllthnnt of their hopes will influence the state of p:rtles oven before the general election, thie impression aportrar that the bill will pness In Its inltrety. Thoru is however a large class of politicians who contend that tihe purchise of the llobsol'a Bay Railway has beae arranged ait toe high a' figure, and that if authority had first been given by P'arllamnnt to carry out tihe Oanal Scheme, the shares In the Company would -have been easily purchasable at a tuch less suan. That the Company's lilne must at snooe date haves bolne tile property of the State In order. to«cormpleto tihe national rllway syltOm, eve...

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Grocers' Licenses. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

Croccrs' Licenses. d e Editor of the Portland Guardian.) ta.-Some of the 3?relboarno ministerial ra appear to be much exercised at the speet of the speedy abolithlon of grocers' oses, and tile single bottle 'sysltel, tand o of the rgllmeeta addlucied on bellitf of I abomination are certainly curious. In first place we are told that it ha11 had the ect of nmaking strpng tipple inuehi caper; formerly thto ordinary price for a ttle of spirits was 5o or ds, and now the t brands of spirits are ticketed in the errs' windows for 3s 0.1. Looking at the very that indulgence In strong drink tails upon mankind, I for one, sir, thlilr t the more inaccessible we snkeo it to the tpl tile better for them. Then we are d that the spirit of rivalry between the blicans ild grocers led to an orguaislmation tihe former for the supply of cheap ten. stinate this.boon in the .proportion of a I nnyweight of good to a pound of evil. en again we are told that the grocers' enses have had the effect of putting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

DIPORlANT NOTICEi, O'CONNOR &:I MOSE Beg to inform the Inlinbitants of Port. land and its surrounding district that having PURCHASED THE WHOLE OF TILE STOCK-DfTItRADE OF E. R." MOSE, : Consisting of B LPEasT, EN'S d:s & sOS' S'CLOTBrNG, SOOEs, e&o:.?: AMOUNTING TO £4,547 8. s9., Very Large Discount i offt Melbourne., Cost .Price, They intend . OFFERING TIHE SAMIE AT A GREAT REDUCTION, FROA· ORIGINAL- PIICES:. ? Cash buyers for. General Drapery, Men', 'Youtlis','"and Boys': Clthing, Boots and Shoes, Come and see'O'Connor and Moso's great barganins before purchasing else-o where., Th3y undleritake to Thom goods chieaper than any. other house in the Western' District,In fact their prices are almosit equal to giving stuff Away .. . This thloy intol doi tln with ? vlow to making an' greatcleranco previous to the airrival of. theoir now: purchases, they having reduced the prices of the .whole of the goods itosuchli an'extent that they are really presentlng their cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

MISS DUFF, Milliner and Mantle Maker, GAWLER STREET, P O ER T ?dlN D,. .ITENDElBS her stneero thanks to frier-ds and custonera for the support given her sitne comnmencing huqiness, nnd trutsn hb attention to their wants, and moderate charges to secure a continuance of their patronage. New. Sprlng anld Summer Goods LATEST NOVELTIES IN Ulats, Bonnets, Feathers, Ribbons, Flowers, Lace4. etc., etc. Indles Ilonnlts and Hate trlmmon in llti Intest style on the shortest notice. Milse P. Informs her numerous customers that slae itss Just returned fraom e l! purne. and in now a lo. lno gome of the ih olCest )IILLINIIBIY lon) DIgS?, 8TUFr pro curablo In the clity. SPEOIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. S 1TESSRS GREEN'S Black. FOR.LONDON DIRECT. Tobe deespatched from Sandridge Railway Pier on. SATURDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, The magnificent pasuenger ship M A L A BA 'R (Wood). Al at Lloyd's 1300 tone, G. A. MACKERNESS, Commander. The SALOON CABINS are- specially suited for families, and fitted with cabin furniture...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

TABLE TALK. IIENrvoLENT ASYT.UM AND HOSIITAL LecKrur.s.-We unnderetand that tile Rev. WV. Tranuter intond delivering, at an early loto, a lecture on Temperance, the pro. coeds to be given to tihe Portland 3Benevo lent Asylum and IIospital. Doe slotice ot the lecture will be given by advertisement in this journal, and tickets ei each for admission will be issued. 1REv. J. IBAOLE. - A correspondent writes :-"The lRev. Mr. Bagley's sermon on Sunday took me mull by surprise, it was so long since I had heard such masterly preaching. At night especially, I was struck by the way in which tihe claims of the Christian religion were pre sented, the language so good, the reason. ing unanswerable. I hope we shall lhear many more sermons from the same gentlo man.-5' fACK SEAT. " Oun Co.usreso STestEns.-TIhe talk of the town yesterday afternoon was the con templaled purchase of the Julia Percy and Rob Roy sleamera by tihe Werrnanebool Stecam Navigation Company. We thought ati o tim eo!nfth w. sf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

egnular Steam Communication between Melbourne, Warr nambool,oBelfast, and : Portland. ST Ie ander??tned despatch 'S(enmers as under (weather permitting): FROM- MELBOURNE, To Warrnambool, Belfast, & Portland, Name of Steanmhltip. I Salling Day. JULIA PERCY. I very TUESDAiY at 3 p.m. B0.1 ROY . Every FRIDAY, at FRO.M PORTLAND Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrnambool. Name of Steamship Sailing Day. Every TUESI)AY, ROIB ROY nailing from Port land at 2 a.nt. Every PItIDA Y, JULIA .'PERCY sailing from Port land at 7 a.m. Boats will be in attendance to carry pas sengers from the north jetty to tile steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to sailing. I Return tickets Issuned available for'either steamer for Two Months. Fares and freights at current rates. CROAKER, SCOTT AND CO., Agents. Portiand Sept.; 2, 18760. Warru?;a isol steam Navigation COompany Limited. TIE: NEW STEAMSHIIP O T W A. "i , Cs T. J. TII lOMPSON; LEAVES MELBOURNE Per Warrnambool, Belfast, and, . -...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

COMMEROIA.? ,L - PORTLAND MMARKETS. OGordian Ofice, Novomber 17, °170. The retail price of flour is £1 os per .lag Our quotations are-- " WnOLESALE PRICe.' . . Flour £13 Wheat, aS 6d to 5e 84 per bushoel Oats, 3s 3d to 3s 6d do; Barley, 3s 6d Bran, 1s 3d Pollard, Is 6d do Butter Is 2d to ls 3( lbe . Eggs 1Od dozen Cheeseo Colonial) ld to Sd per lhb: _._ SAl Pnca. ..... Flour, 27s per bag cash. Barley, 4s - per bnshel Wheat, Os - do. Oats, 4s to 4s . do Bran, Is Od do Pollard ls l4 to ls Od do Butter ls 4d to ls Od lb. I Egg, Is . doz. ... Bread 7d per 41b loaf 3Mimosa Bark, £3 per ton Dal. Campbell, Hepburn and Co.'s report. Melbourne, November. 15, 187. Fat Cattle. -887 lend were forward for Ithe week. lThe quality ranged from good toprime, with but few interior, and prices improved fully 10i a head on last week's rates. We qnote-Best pens, prime heavy bullocks, from £14 to £15 15s; second, £12 to £13,IOs; good, £10 to £11 los; medium and inferior.£7 to £8. Fat alves,-ls0 forward, ...

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MACHINE FOR MAKING HORSE SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

MACHINE FOI MAKING HORSE SHOES. The spoecal correspondeht of the A?gus, describing the exhiiits in thio Mchinery Hall of the Philbidelplihi Exhibition, writes thus : --lurden's lhorseshoe emachine is ian exhibit of conslderable Interest, but is only a model. 'Theo machino itself would not take up very much room, but it would be tnserviceable unless necotpanllied by ano nn llenrin furnace. The process is clearly exemplifled by the model, and a short description is herewith offered. Mr. Burden's business is so largo tlhat to carry it on 'efliently Ie needs to possoss his own iron nud coal mines. So omany furnaces Iiave gone out of blast in the two yera-m-ore than 50 per cnt. of the total number inl operationl and of course protectionists don't believe that tie lous of capital in anly way affects the theory for which they would sacrifilce theirsouls, or rat her tihe savings of other peoplo-thtst almost anybody could set up his own mines. The difficulty in this country is to make tihe m...

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LONDON TOWN TALK. (ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

LONDON TOWN TALK. (AxooU CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, Sept. 29. The "Bulgarian Atrocities" still continues to be our standing dish, and very raw meat it is. I hone the facts disclosed will at least open the eyes of those paradoxical gentry who? have so long affected to believe that civilisa tlon has after all left human nature much as it found it, and that the East is no distance from the West to speak of. Mr. John Bright has now, of course, the pleasure of saying, " These are your Turksl just what I always told you they were, though you turned me out of Parliament for saying so at the time of the Crimean war." The nation is certanly coming round to his opinion. The affatr is doubtless In some sort become a party one, and it is rather curious to a cynical observr to remark how one's Tory friends will say all they dare for the Itusulnan, and so find themselves in the same boat with the Jews, Infidels, and Hecreties, while are secretly rathler pleased osee c Christians treated so III. I do...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 21 November 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. November 0--Rob Roy, at-Imer, 393 -ans, Captain Aahton, from lMelbourne via Warrnamhoat and Belfa.t. Saloon- M(iss Gray, Miss Ware. Mr. and Mrs.'Nlyler, Mr.' S. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ware, Mrs. D. Sutton, Messrs. Williams, Nilligan, N. Paramor, W. Duff, It. Caw, A. Pawthrep, Harris, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. J. Palmer, and 25 In Steerage. Croaker, Scott & Co., Agents. zxPtare Per Rob Roy from Melbeurne.-27 pkgs Anderson, 2 do T. Anderson, 3 do Adamsomn, 6 do Botterill, I do Barret, 43 do Con.ens, 2 do Mrs. Crouch, I do C. F. Craucb, 6 do Campbell and Son, 82 do Cnmminlgs, 2 do Customs, I do Crawford, 32 do Day, 2 do Drummond, I do Francis, 1-do Finnigan, I do Greenham, 5 do Irlhamn, .1 do Gillies, 1 do Holmes, I do Ilawksnk, I do Herbertson, S do Hughes, 270 Jelbart Bros., 4 do Keiller, 10 do Kellter & Co., 17 do Kay,. do Lear- month, 45 do Lyons, I do Lillie, 4 do M'Lean, 16 do I.K ~M'Lean, 35 do M'Kay, 6 do Molioy, 6 do Mating, I tt'Gregnr ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

'IIIHulllet,thl e cO(!IIUI)pQt Ibfeyuit of IFranco, copua is tu RIIfIIdol font if r~iding 1130 uii too III ntx lii emtiyo itiiyo Iii Ltiio priocsce of 10,001 RjoOLetitors. u)II rldt1y hII grew1 wenry, tiltlthu irobiiiad triO k up soimo potIohtr t'vrloiit utrs, whtlich revtrvd hlitt. WVlien att woo oror, o actlually orolit to thue "rik" anit dtulllB uItoto ii oftoclf' on tth rotller. skioat F1cr theu tst few iouIrt Ito bloyctd at the rote of 16 milte an hour,

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

ADDITIONAI INF'UIMAT'ION IOw T'HE I'UBLIC. The itild for l)arrtmoor nnld Drik Druil |leftcr. leywooil nt 8 I, t. on Wilediilday anti bnttirdtly.luld urrives iu Heywool0 on Tuesdal MIIl lFr!J'Jy In ll r to ii ulo bm thle rtlaned al,it, H Letierl sliulill be postle( for thlps pllaes I Itlorlui, mtil 'u'iles1aIlys at 7,30 p.i., ani INhl Wy lit t1I;.;,; l3 l A i?l1l i uuow cutrrled between L(',,'er Cape 1Hrlhlgewinter aidl .AouteI! (Moumitl 1i1 Immosium) ly the reolieilIn, IIroultbly oni tlhe days of nrrlvnl n id idtiepartilrt of llit l'orthlltml mails, 'I' l Illk l' t hllu oi ilmuils Iieaves I'urllaniil it i8 "ni. oh Tuesmi? y lld Sailtulrdaly, Insteaot lof 8.ll 11.111. is i ubefoie, iTrlviiig aL llielfat at thle :nmiI thul ne inl eretluort, iis,. 3.30 lmII.. lThe ret niil ill n.mu lei. CC BoelUtis liilf .ai Ilho r iarlirr, viz., 8 tu.mi, arriving itl I'orhmlld .imi e tO iiO m il befotre, it., 3,.0 Nll.--'Thie Ilililt dl:livry tt Milboinurno Ill 'I mlllll ll I.ll), will lnm o piluou l ...

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