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ACCIDENT AT NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

ACCIUDENT AT_ NIAGAJA. An. exCursion party .lot` Toledo (Ohio) oi the 12th August for a trip to tliu itllsof a Nigngra. Mr: Ilermann WViegel, anoompil?iuil .by his wife, was one of thli party.' About'4.30 hi the, afternoon lMr. VWidgel, hlis iife, and a number of, otlhets wure standing on the brow of the hill just above thu Clifton Hlouse, on the Cinudiun lide. At, the pjiilt where ,they were siouding there was a sheeli hull of something moro. than eighty.feet.from. the,ground to the river beaiks. Mr. 'Yiegel was staunditg very close to the edge, looking down to the river -below. lis wife stood just'behiisd him and had hold of his cont. "*She Was frightened, and telling hmll not to stand so close to the edge, gently pulled his coat t.o have him come back. 'Mrh. Wigel i'eplied that she need not; be lafrid, at, the snmo tinie giving 'a little jerk to get his c ot o hut his wilfe's hands. Thalt jerk was too iuichl?ell lost h bis'buluce and fell headlong over'that, frighlt.ft precipice,...

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RAILWAY GUARANTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

RAILWAY GUARANTEES. SWmmTIo on the subject of the new Railway Constructio Bill1, the Daily Telegraph remarks :-" Two small lines " are much criticised-the La.nccfield lino "and that from Evertin to Myrtlelord " but the statistics published in the depu. S.tation season go to show that those branches would be the most profitable " feeders in the country, and it speaks volumes for the first of them that the '* local residents are willing to cuarantee "a return of 4 per cent. This circum " tance alonet ought to deride the issue in "favor of Lancefeield." Too italics are our own, and we emphasise the sentence for very obvious reasons. The Melbourne press is willing to recognise the value of a 4 per reot. unarantee in favour of the Lanceofld line which tins its terminus in Melbuurne, but the infinitely more sub atantial guarantee tendered by the advo cates of a 30 miles branch from Branh holme to Casterton has never received the elightest secognition from any of our metropolitan contempor...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November, 23. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. S(rnon ounR OWN COItlIRSPONDiUNTs.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November, 23. Weather very squally for tie lonst 80 hours; KIensingtou Pork races post. t polled. Ship "Rodnoy," from London, arrived in 82 days. Tasmeanian Company's now steamer " a alungana" performed thl first trip from SIIobas ton. S l?ne. J. K. M'Millah, nppointeod to srie. s cool the ltar. Mr. Ewin, Minister at Beocheorth. WVlhat, (Ih I ; flour, £13 10 ; ontsq, 3 241 ; for fenlding mtizo, 3i 104; bran, is 51 ; horoseno, ise I4 to :s, HIliday closing olservud by the bank*, anI Liho GOo'uaruael Liaw and Insurance offices. Governor, Sir Georgeo ownn, the Chief Socretary, the Alloruov.-Gneral, ind the Minister of Elucration visit Kvtreton Show today. Sir IIorculeo Robintsoa nl.o goesn; he will open the Deniliquin Town lisll on the 20th inst. Sir George lowen acceopts tile invitation to be prenllt. In tile Lugislative Assembly on Wdlnon day, the Premier mllled rueolulioln teonl metndlin the pIrohano by the S...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

TABLE TALK. PRsnrrenrIAN CHtRCU. - It Is an nounced elsewhere that the Rev. J. Bagley, of Richmond, will preach on Sunday next, the 21lth inst., moroning and evenliug, in tbo Presbyterian Church. From Mr. Bagley's reputation as a preacher, it is probable the church, on both occasions, will be well attended. MTORE FIIOHTENED THAN Hnr.--On Weduesday week, (asys the Banner), a rumour was current in town that a resi dent of Portland, who had paid a visit to Belfaast an the occasion of the Hortiounl tural and Floricultural Show, had been robbed of his gold watch, and a sum of money. The man, it appears, had been imbibing rthler freely at many of our hotels. and " knocked down" whatever cash he had with him, but it was uaer tained that no one bad attempted to rob him either of his money or valuables. SOUTat AUSTnALrA PARLIAMtENT.-Par. liament was prorogued last Friday after noon until 20th of January. The Governor, in his speech, said that, althougl tilh season lhad proved loss favorable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

PORTLAND GUA1RDIAN SHEET ALMALNAC, 1877, W ILL 1w puhllkltvd in Deemlber. The ehnre I or udlvenLtlucuncin t, will, no usual, 6o 6i per Ilnh, nine1, sn thoe hCet inublnno wuulo eireunlution ,In 1'olrttonnI l nld d nlltiniet, odvnrtlsoro will inod It no cxcellennt I bnunlunruno Inno uliniin. Anlonnrni'ro will be snpplnllnn with in copy of the Alunnno oratullounnly. Mr. 11I.11, MI'Kenn I, nnntlorloecl to cnnrvos for nolverlislooieoto ndni Isia receint will ho n suficlllnt a'kuowledgmcnt for all onoo paynuoots. Portland Grammar School. Pan coarAs: . al . S. TAIhOR, Trio. Coll., Dublin, Mr. U. E. EVANS, Late; open exhibillionor, St. John's Coll., Cambridge. The fourth term will commence on Wednes day, October 4. Vucancies for boarders. l'rospectuses on appllicaton. d 1-T S " c . M ISS WALKER, ORoANsoT oP STEPI?cN', PORTLAND, Ciod pupil the Into llerr Stailh,.gives LESSONS on the PIANOFORtTE. Arrangenments its to termo, &c., may lie made on application. VacatniJes for two pupl:s. ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. Whllst admltting the greatont ltoorry freedom to Correspoudentt, our columns will be open only tI nuch olmmunlctlCous oa shall bo clearly wrlthte tnmpoortoly expressed, mnd of local or genera interoet; in no wise holding ourselves ro poamlble foranyolilnlonoothat may conoveyedthereblu.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, NOV. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

BIIIP'PINO IN'TnLLInENCrB. LrONDON, Nov. 4. The following ycsecls lane arrlved : 1Eqpex, Thomias Iluneell, C.rnrllno.

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The Grocers' Licenses. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

The Crocers' Licenses. (To the Editor of the Portland Ouardian.) inl,-I am glad to flnd that a gentleman who reaided for three years amongst us, and who, iwhnull he went away, left a plerasnt emoinnry behind lill, (I nlmeit thlu iev. It. I. Hunter,) has, as Scretary of the Wesleyaln eilpueratico Comnulttee, spoken out on this ubject. In it letter in Monday's Issuo of the Daily Telegraph he says :-" Only a few grncers In anly borough cua find it worth their while to add tile sale of llquors to their more Irgitluatu trade I these aro thereby put in a ioUl.ilol toI uniduoell their unllconsed bretliren In thu lutter ul tent stud sugar througli tile h:lundsomie profit derived from drink. I am sure thali, nt only will the unllcensed grocers hlil tile Iolsslng of tliut menasure with satis faction, lIut inllSy holders of grocers' licenses will gladly liatvu iloto with a business which Slley know piroinotes female intluperance." 'lseo utlteranues ot Mr. Hunter, are followed Iy a letter In *T...

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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

TIlI: WOOL MARIlIET. Loxbo Nov. 11.. The wonol market i stronger, nnd prices are still ndvrLnciIg, 'The30 recovery Is equal to d to Iad Jnr Ibs., bringing lIsa rates lures to those of tls rebruary sanle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

PORT PHIIILLIP HEADS. AOnnVED. ( Nor? 23.--Tommy, esh., Warrnambool.. : 24.-True Briton, bque., London., City of Adelaide, sir., Sydney. SAILED. Nov. 23-Duke of Edinburgh, str., New castle. Coorong, stir., Adelaide. COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Offceo, November 17, 1876. The retail price of flour is £1 6a per bag Our quotations are- WIuOLESALE P?ICEc. Flour £13 Wheat, Ga Gd to Ge 8d per bushel :Oats, 3s 3d to 3s Gd do Barley, 3s 6d Bran, Is 3& Pollard, Is 6d do Butter is 2d to Is 3d lb Eggs 1Od- dozen Cheese (Colonial) Od to 8d per lb. RnrAIL PRictEs. Flour, 27s per bag cash. Barley, 4. per bushel SWhent, Os do Oats, 4s to 4s Od do Bran, Is Gd do Pollard Ies 6 to Is Od do Butter Is 4th to is Od lb. Eggs, Is doz. Brea 7d per 41b loaf ' _ilimooa Bark, £3 per ton MISS DUFF, Mlliner and Mantle Maker, GAWLER STREET, P O R T " A 11T D, lENDERS her sincere thanks to friends . and customers for the support given her sinlec commencing business, alid trusts by attention to t...

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THE THRONE OF SOLOMON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

THF THRONEi OF SOLOMON. An ancient Persian manuscript, relating to the temple and King's hoise, gives a descrip tion of the throne of Solomon. Well miglht the Queen uf Sheba exclaim : "The half was never told are." The sides of the throne were of pure gold, and the feet of it were emeralds and pearls. The throne had seven steps. On' each side were delineated orchards full of trees, the branches of which were of precious stones, representing ripe and unripe fruit. On the tops of the trees, fowls of the most heautiful plumage were represented i these were hollow within, and made to utter sounds of a thou sand merodlous tones. On the first stems were vine branches, with hunches of grapes composed of precious stones, arranged in such a manner as to give tihe ditffrent colonrs of purple, violet, green, and red, so as to represent the fruit in its various stages from green to ripe. On the second step were two lions of pure gold, and of terrible aspect, as large as life. The pro pertiesof ...

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VICE-REGAL APPOINTMENTS. LONDON, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

VII?E-RGA?.i A'l'OINTJIGENTS. [ Lonos,Nov. It. The following chnonge of governor. troe announced, Sir Anthony blusgrave, the present Governor of Soulth Australl.a, has betl appoiltead to Jtamaica, and Mr. W. W. Cairns will hl tr.atofcrred from the govern tment of Queenlalanadl o o that of South Aulstralia?. Ar. Kennedy, the present Goverlnor of hang hKong, will succeed Mr. Ulnirns In Qaaeerllat nd, nld Mlr. Pope Iletnaea y proceeds to tiong ,Kong.

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FATAL DUEL IN THE BLACK BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

FATAL DUEL IN THE BLA?O sIIIq8, The Pinnerr, orf Iendwoodt City, in the Black Iiill. gives an nccountt ol the flArt duel outight in thatl place. It occurred at Crook City ot tihe Sth inst., anti resut ltedti in the iltant deanth of One oo theL' combatnlll ts nllt the narrow escanci? of the other. Jnmes Sihannon and Thotnsn Mo'ore, Intely 'from theo lMis..iuri lirvr, quarrelled labout spol ttlonyllo" nsurler-S,?hlnllnno demanding fifty dotllst frttu Ioonre, atti beilng refusi sed-ltwhen Shatnont ainatnulled Mloort. lM-ito aid " it. oould inot light Ittu way," twhett Slthanntion asked him it' Inhe wa" hteled." lie tnstwered that het wuns not btut soon Stiuld lie, whien t Shnnltt san id to hitm, " go and heel vourelf." Motore nccorldingly went antd g?t lis rifle, tiatil :ltameo back. fillndig Shnlltoln armtditltti wvithl a revolver. Mloore Iskedi ShuitNlltol If iho wits renady, and Shnnolion anked for timu to gel his rille, which wits grutlll. 11'het ShiIntnl rleturnid lie iagilul ilik...

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LORD DERBY ON THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, NOV. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

LORD DERBY ON TILn EASTERN QUESTION. Lnanov, Nor. 10. Iu a dospatch to Lord Augustus Loftus, theo Englih ambassador at St. Petorsburg, datod Uotobor 30, tho Earl of Dorby roviews the action of tho British Govornmenlt, and oonflrms tho statomont that the Czar had roposod the occupation of Ulllaria by lnssia, and Bosnia and thoe Ifrzogoviua by Austria. Ioa hOa rofusod to ooacar in the proposal. lie hod warned Count Suhonval off, the Russian Minister in Englalnd, that despite the atrocity agitation, pblio feooling in Lngland would chango if it was once believed that Stamboul was menacod.

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GENERAL SESSIONS. PORTLAND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. (Before His Honour, Judge Skinner, the Mayor, Jas. Trangmar, Esq., J.P.; and P. W. Shevill, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

GENE?IiL SESSIONS. Polrr.&tn, FitilAY, NovI?tns:e 24. (Beforo His Ilnnour, Judgo Skinner, .the MIayor, Jos. L'ruginmar, Esq., J.1.; and .. W. Shevih, Esq., J.P,) George GOrliliun nlld Chiorlos MaoKIay were brought up charged with stealing a heifer, the property of James Cook. Mr. Melaougll appoured for the priso nor Graohtm, and Air. Butler for the piisoner MoKIty. MAr. Cliomloy prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. Tile following jury was impanelled :-S. Drew (foreman), John Itsltkin, John McKIay, R. E {rich, I-I. Freneh, D. Lewis, John Jones, C. Flynn, J. HIathorill, And. Bliittger, 0. Allen, T. Bradsehaw. All witnesseo in thile ase were ordered out of Court. Mr. Chomloy openoed te case on be half of the Crown,and called D. Williams, manager for Mr. Cook, Mr. Cock himself, Mr. A. 1M)'Donald, and Coutblo Irvine and Carroll, all of whoml repented the evidence, almost rorbat on, as giren before the bench of magistrttes ouL tle 11th ianst., and published in fullf in thle Goardiat...

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VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

VALOATTON. The President drew attention to the system of yearly valuation. The Local Go vernment Act does not provide for an annual valuation, and Ito considered it unnecessary. The Secretary read the cldueo of the act bearing on the subject, which showed that valuation need only bo made when the Council should see fit. NOTICC OP MOTION. Take notice. that it is my Intention to move at the next general meeting of the Council, that the Council request the Board of Land and Works to put tip for public auctlon, tie allotments on which the Shire hall and other imruprovements are cerected, allowing the Councill a valuation for the Im provements or thie saure be considered. The President. requested the Superintendent of Works to produce his eertlilcates anoi copy of correspondenco betwece him and the Itaard of Exatminer ill .Melbourne. Next Ieetingl to tak?e place on Thursday, December 21, 1876.

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THE CZAR ON THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

THRE CZAR ON TIIE EASTIRItN QUESTION. Lo'noN, Nov. 1i. The Emperor of Russia, in a speech de livered at Moscow, s~hl thalt he ardently whihed for a conference to diacuss Easterel nsi,are, and heo had greed to the proposal which hIlv heen submltted with that object . but if he could not obtain rightful guarantees, lhe was determined to nct independently, and he was sure that the whole of Russia would respond to his sumlonlns.

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE PREMIER ON THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, NOV. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

LATEST -ENGLISH NEWS.] THE I'REMIER ON ' TLE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, Nor. 10. The Earl of Ileaconefeld, at the Lord Mtayor's banquet at Guildhall, In rcspounding to the toast of "NHer Majesty's Ministers," said that the Government aimed at the mnlin lenance of peace. They also sought to atneliorate the conditlon of the Christians inl the provinces under Turkish rule, while at the sname time uphlolding the integrity arnd independence of Turkey, and th obseorvance of ttte Treaty of 'arts. 'the Governmcnt had proposed a colnference on the l)tIterll questlon, whlth the powers had accepted. ThIe policy of England eqpeelally, lie atid, wars n favour of peace, thlutgh nIone wouldti be more prepared for war it the national liberties were endangered or the empire ulelrnced.

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. (Before the Mayor (J. Trangmar, Esq., J.P.), and J. Lea Archer, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

POLICE COURT. WeDNes sDA, NovEenEn R2, (Before the Malyor (3. Trasgm~ r, Esq., J.P.), and J. Len Archer, EIsq., J.L'.) It. French v. dtone, claim for A1 Os?Od. goods sold and delivered. Settled. Thos. Robins v. W. Sullivan, charged with allowvilg a horse to trespass on Ills property. Mrs. Slllivant appeared In the absence of her husbiand. Thos. Hobins deposed that on Saturday, 18th inst., defelldan's hnrso was in hi:s padldo:k which was fenced in with two rails alld palings tlhe horso had broken in and destroyed the grass lie had been urowlig for seed; estihnated tile dilnnago done to the fence at 10s., and the grass at 90s.; lie had been comnpelled to turn his ownl stock into tile paddock, which had beell poplt for the purposes for wlhich he required it through tile tresp:Iss. To defendant-Word was never sent that theII fence was downl. To the Blech-English rye-grass was growing ill the padd?loek. Defeind ntl stated thatt sho haId sent word a fortnighlt before to pl:intiffll to com...

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THE BRANCH ARMY RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 24 November 1876

itI ARU1Y RESERVE. T1i slaviig on tihe l11(th ugIinsIt, p1) d in favour of tlh die previou tled by tlhe Cha nsusf pulties fur \ying tilhe necessar t 8es, tlio to of the roeorvistii Blolging to tihe cIssos - t869 have been called upon to cjoi' the colours, to undergo a period of 28 days' train. ing at lho depots or to tako part in the autumn ilanactivres, which are about to be begun in various parts of Fri'uIcc: As the Minister of War has inti innted his intentiol of notL exompting niy who are liablo even though they may plead the I most urgent private ntfairs,' the number of those affected by the summons is very conalderableo amnointing, according to thle returns' propared by the military nuthorities to very Ilearly 280,000 men. ,In fcet, every abli-hodied .Frenchman born between tlhe st of January, 1848, and the 31st of December, 1849, and' it presnt resident in Flaic mlst, unless eo has been properly and legally exempted fi'om military service, report hhnself on i certain-nnmed ld...

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