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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

rOULICE11l COVRTL TuruIlAr. 28I NovzuuIuI I187O. Tihe court met at 10 Iatm. Oil tim Ilmncht 11r. I: thttdilcniy,,n nplliod for. an auctioneer's licensc. Thoarp wanooppoeIton and tho Iccnne was granted. S't IIOC1 RS' WIN ANJD PIRIT MIit 1f CHANTS' BILL..--Attntiow of' tile publio in callod to the petition to Parliament in favor of the Grocer's laue. , . tIOUND. - The owner of a. GOLD .L BROACH, found in Ilenty etroot, with a look of braided hair in thu contra, canu obtain the saam on application at the Guardian ou0loo, Bentinck atroet, andi paying cxpllaos. ,jESSIS: VAUGIIAN, MOULI, and .i. S?IDDON, Agents for lMesaers. Jamis lhlelesy und Cl.. Clgnnc. 23 %lildcus-lane we~t, aIelbourne, Nolvenlbr I(i, 1876. enotlemon.-1-lithl refericue to yourtlhreat eone pro:tecution for using a conoterfeit hnt. tation of Mu.?isra. Je. Ilenlnery and Coi.'s trademllark for their Iottlid brandy, T beg you to atcept on their blhalf my AI'OLtO) Y for the tfence I I : u?nwiait hingly tommiltte, anil I ild...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. r (rox OUR OW cotttaasO'DIl0T3o.) VICTORIA. iIELBOUIRNE, Nov. 27. The Executive Council has deliberated r respecting the fate of the condemned convict, iasilio Boudiettl; the final de ciaion is postpuned. The full court granted a rule niri fora new trial in Mrs. Fisher v. Dr. Fisher. Slack, who appeared to answer the charge of contempt of court hba ob. tamned a week's adjournment till supplied with the Master's report and affidavits. Nicholson, music-seller, sued Allan foe a libellous advertisement. The Cout ruled the action unsustaiued by special damages. Frncis bhas obtained a verdict for expenses in attending as witness in the Learinouth v. Bailey case. In Lear. month's applicatieo, the Court refused to disturb the verdict. The English cricketeri have departed for Sydney; it is rumoured that wribt have been issued for their detention for breach of agreement with the contractorn for the East Melbourne ground ond bars. White, labourer, has recovered £30 damages ag...

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COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

COUNTY COURT. nefore His honour Judge Skinner. Bovan v. D. IV. EBtonl, £38 169. Cd., and Marriott v. C. Webber, £5 14s., wore two cases of fraud summouses, which lhad been in formally issued. Noeither of the defendauts appeared, and both cases woro dismissed. J. Schofield v. II. F. Ifolmes.--Thls was an action to recover £39 10s. for rent of premisen, value of flxtues removed, and certain panes of plate glass broken. 17 10s. had been paid into court. Mr. Chomloey, Instructed by Mr. F. L. Lyone appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. McDougall, instructed by Mr. I. Butler, for the defendant. James Schofeld, being duly sworn, deposed that he was a wool-broker, and plaintiff in the action ; defendant had been a tenant of his, occupying premises in Percy-street; he had given up possession now I he was a yearly tenant, and there was no written agreement. There wore two large cases on the defendant's late premises which were part and parcel of them when plaintiff pur chased the property In 18751 ...

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GENERAL SESSIONS. PORTLAND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Before His Honor Judge Skinner, the Mayor (J. Trangmar, Esq., J. P.,) and P. W. Sheville, Esq., J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

GENERlL SES!IONS. ..Po-nTa i, F RIiAY , NovIOttiiiC 24. []leforoe I os TIor Judge Skitnner, (ho Motyor(.T. Tr'angmtr, Esq., J.r.,) and , 1' V. Stevlle, Feq., JI'.] In the case Crownlt v. . Grahtml and C. i 'tlCay, charged with ste:aling it heifer, the pruperty of? Jlanmce Cok, of tileoeg StetiOli, ntear D.trtollor, C. \e[lCoy twas nrquitted, ai there atr. e otevtroo gailtL hltll la)Rle that itol hti ecd In theI prisuonr Grlhait's andom lohii of his owe Iuhilt. ths IHonor said the jury coal.d not recolgl?o tile nn ovillncll? as iGoatllieu was not Ili tie awitness boxa. The jury, on notified i ouol Iosutlo of Friday lastt, foet?d Graham:l guilty. Onr hbitoi ntaked what hle laid to any Wahy'selitllece should Inot Io pai:td ulponl himt, lhe prisoner pleaded that this was hli first olfenice, ind expre?aed his sorrow thait hIe ht al lowved Itimself to be drawn into ltny .orie r'of the kind. I11ls tloir -aidl, ltaklngo Into con?hleralllon the jllry's reolillllenlldntion to mere.y, the yout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

SHIPPING. . PORT ObF PORIi'LAND." ' ? -- i &RHIVE·D. Nov. 24.-Afrlcman1 Mid, brig,- 144 ton, Capt. Winmlrem.. from Newcastle. November?25--tob Roy, steamer, 393 tont, Captain Ashton, from .Melbourne. ria Belfast and Warrnnambool. Mliss .\luntz, Mrs. iarrie, Mi-s Tatham. Mrs. Miller. Mr. Bryant, Mr, Harris, tMr. Woods. Mr. Flint, pr. Edmunds, MIr. MKelns and 13 in the steerage. Croaker, S:ott and Co., agent., SAILEp. -OV. 26,-EVIellne, sr., 'Iusmn e(a.?r , S Expertt, brigantinc, 1,-lbourne. The brig Aftican .lMaid left Newcastle on the 13th inst.; experienced fine weather till .tihe fifth day out. When oft Cape.Utway experienced westerly gales, which caused some delayt arrived .in Portland Bay on the evening of the 24th lost. SIMtOnTs.. Per African M[aiIl,--84 tons eoals, Meesrs. Otvrend and lhbb. - 1'. W. Sheviil, agent. Per Iob ] oy, steamer, from Melbourne 09 pokgs IV. P. Anderson, 5 do Adamson, I do Ansell, I do liotterell, 1 do Dr. Brewer. :;do Best, 1 do alk. of Victori...

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THE MARKET RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

THE MARKET RESERVE. The Borough Council, after quietly allowing the public interests to be eacri ficed ii, the destruction of tile Bentinck street esplanode for railway purposes, hlas auddenul manifested a patriotric desire to do or dio in the reclamation of a few perches which, sixteen years ago, were excised for road purposes in what has in courtesy been called the Market Square Reserve. It is to hoped that the rate payers will be edified with the squabble now going on, and which is very much like locking the stable door after the steed is stolen. Tile very men who are now protesting so violently over a road of little or no consequence never moved a finger to save acres of the handsomest beach in the colony, perhaps unsurpassed for beauty in any part of the world, and now we are treated to a farce in which Cr. Henty takes the leading character, and Cr. Marriott does his best to imitate, if not surpass, the leader. All at once the Council has found out that private interests are at...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights — Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE PER R.M.S. TANJORE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

, WU WHICI? 1 IS NCORPOI?LTED TnI "s POITLAND EtlESI." To Protect our It?ltrl - .\ot to Infringe ' upon tfeae of Olhers. TUESDAY,'NOVE.MBER 25. -SUMI MAR Y S :FOR' EUROPE res R.M.S. TANJORE. THiuc political interest of tilo inst mouth is centred in the Railway Con stluction Bill, and as its introduction has been delayed till nearly the close of the session, there is some chance, as it displeases a good number, that it may be finally thrown out, and the Ministry wv:th it. The mostobjcctionable feature, now that the measure is submitted at the eleveuth hour, is the proposed pur. chase of the IIobson's Bay line, about nine miles, at a cost of a million and a half. 'J'ho Premier proposes to take £82,000 of a prior loan to make part payment for tholine, thebalancoof pur chlase money to be made a fresh loan, to be floated in London. Thcro is no reason why the Government should be in such a hurry to secure the IIobsou's Bay line. Two years ago Mr. Funamcs, when Chief Secretary, refused to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

THE WOOL SALES. Losuos, Nov.18. At the stool sales competition continues eztremrely virorona, and prices remain very firm. o110,00obales have been sold. THE PRODUCE WAREETS. Lonooe, Nov. 18. Wheat: is firmer. Anetralian,-51s to 52.; New Zealind; 4s1 to 01s. Tin is eaoier; Australiain, £75 to £76. Copper is trcaker. Wsalsroo, £801 to £87;- Burrs, 85, - " New Zealand hemp is in good demand at foall rates. SHIPPING, Lo?snox, Nov. 18. Arrived.-Somerr.etshire, s.s., from Mel. bourne: Glenelse, Roseneeth. Framjee. Sailed.-Nemesis, as.. fo'r Melbourne. THE 'LCOMIIG MAIL. .( GALLE, NOV. 20. *.The R.M.S.. Assnm leli Galle for Aus. traliason the 17th inst BEAUVAIS and Co;, FOitWARtDING & COMMLISSION AGENTS Gawler Street. ]Portland. Goods received and forwarded to'every part Sof Vjctoraln1 " ' Freights and other charges paid. Extensive stone and iron soof building for Ltoroge of good . Charges reasonrible, Carriers constande o dthe road to izrd from SJl'orldad:-. THE FIRST IIOUSE IN TI...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

::"TABLE TALK. . ENenLset MAIL.-Our readers are re minded thlot the mail closos this evening at the usldl honle, -SouT?h AUSTRALiAN HAneioeOn IrPrIOVE oreNrs.-Our MBount G(l:mbier Coltom porary informs na that the Government are, calling for tendoers for the erection of jetties at Rivoli Bay and .lcoopedo Bay. ClunnceuOe Eeor.Arn.-One eesnlt of the Bishop's recent visit has buear the lppoiut moet of Mr. Charles llarria to tike up the position of lav render resigned s'n ne time ago by the Rev. J. W. EIigill. We under atael that Mr. Harris is a native of Now South' Wales, and that he was brought up to thle 'mnltoal profession which lie ihas re linguished in favour of the Chnr:uh. Mr. Harris' made a fovottraIle beginninlg at St. Stepheon's on Sunday evening, ni we con gr?latlate our Episoipalian friends in the djstrint on the eppoiitment. Mr. IHILrri:i, we understand, is about to take up hie roeidence in leywood. EL.ce"one' R?orTs.-We algin remind our reiders that the day lixed for com...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. TOWN HALL, MONDAY, 27TH, NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

BOROUGH COUNCIL. TowN IHALL, ofoNDATr,7Tr. NOVEMOBER. The Council met at 4 p.m. Present-The Mayor, Crs. Marriott, Schofield, Kellier, Pile, Henty, Bevan, Dacomb, and McConachy. ANNUAL MUITING. The Mayor said the annual meeting of the Council which should have been held on the 21st according to announcement, was post poned to suit theconvelence of members. The own Clerk would now submit the annual statement of accounts. The Toivn Clerk read the audited balance sheet for 1875-6, the year ending 0th11 Sep teomber, the istems of which will be found in another column. The Mayor moved and Cr. McConachy scconded, that the aullited balancc-sheet for the year cndling 30th Septembler, 1876, lhaving boon fount. just ail true, the same bo allowed, passed and signet by the Mayor. Carried unanimously. Cr. Marriott moved and Cr. IIonty se. conded it vote of thanks to the olfiecrs for tile year.-Th'e motion was carried unaul mously, when the meeting closed. ORDINARY MlEITING. The minutes of last no...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Murray Challenge Cup Rules. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. Whllst amintting the groatest litoerry freedorn to Correspodeonts, our columns will be open ouly to such commuanlcltous at shall hbe tlarly writtao temporately expressed, andl of local or goenera Intrest; in to wlou holding ouroelves responlsble for any opinions toht may be convoyed ttllorn. Murray Challenge Cup Rules. (To the Editor of the 'ortland Guardian.) Sln,-Permit me to make It few remarks on the paragraph in your issue of 'l'lesday last, with reference to Oth Murray Challengo Cup Rule, attnd especially tio 5tht rule, which secums to have stirred your bile in a woudorfultmanner, as your comtents tllereon are anything but complimoentary to the dleo gates. I think I mny fairly say tlhat theoto gentleo men have notling but tile interests of the gameo in view in framing the rules they havo done and when I inform you of the reason for the addition to No. 5, I trust you will agree with me that our action was right. The addition was made to meet a, case of tlse sort...

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BENEVOLENT ASYLUM AND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

II ENEVOL'3NT ASYLUMII AND IOS PITA L. Theo ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Coomimitte walB hellJ il h1!e Ith instalt, fIt the Town Hlhl. Thore were present:-Mrr. CoPeir, tire Presidentnlid olesr?s.e?eeunnachy tot l tturbcnik. S''ile milllttes of prvious meetinge were read and coeflrJirIed. The llSpt. reporttld the state of the house to be 14 twles acnd wl I frtl;s ntl-door re:ipients, 16 adults ti ldl Ii, childrein. Since Ilwt llteetlllg Johnl Clrk 1 ?[rd ,Taumes tiriioI left of tiheir own naccurl. Admitttd, rlohn ODl) ilali; iialIdIIsiII ollnlrifird unil xllll t liietitgll folr the Slrgeo?'s t-port, A rieqinolliton or e ljdry artlcles was granted. Melonsr. SIcOimachy land Mairriott were :pillto tile visiting Comllmittee for LDee?im ier. lTh follotrilltg lett?er were read:-i Froml the Secretary of ithe Itamtltt?on Ilspital, ~iaking if tile Canlrtltciu coEll talce cihargo iof Plie of till HIltlilon leonevedcl nt Asyliti patielts during the time the new ward to thiat Llpitalhtt w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

S: oegular Steam Communiatilon. S.between Mlelbourne, Warr nambool, Belfast, and P:ortland. 7IiR ..undersigned despatch Stenmers as :1.,under (weather permitting): FROM MELBOURNE To,W .arnambool, Belfast, & Portland, :Name of Steamship. I oiling Day. -:JULIA PERCY. Everyt TUESDAY a.t 3 poll. IROl ROY Every FRIDAY, at 2.30 put. R',. ROM PORTLAND. I", .Melbourne, calling at Belfast and .' Warrnambool. a, -Nsme of Steamship I Silling Day. Every TUESDAY, S ROB .ROY nailing from Port It , Ilnd at 2 am. Every F ItID AY, ULIA PERCY nsaling fromat Port land at 7 n.m. Boats will be in atteldance to carry pas r sengers from the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to sailing' ":, Return tickets issued available for either s:lteamer for Two Months. =". Fares and freights at current rates. : CROAKER, SCOTT ANn CO., SAgents. :'Portland, Sept. 29, 187G. ' arrnambool Steam Navigation . / Company Limited. THE NEW STEAMSHIP o . WTM ' A. "W 9 CAr . J. THOMPSO...

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OUR LETTER HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 28 November 1876

OUR LETTER nOME. Since the departutre of tie Banngalore, the even tenor of our way has been dis. - turbol by few events of a stsitling social e character. In mltters spitiltal and tem poral the former element ihns pro lominated, for Dr. Thornton, Bishop of lallarat. has been with us, off and on. for nearly a three weeks' visitation, and we have every reason to believe his stay amrong't is was pro ductire of much good to the Church. On the 31st ultimo, the Right Rev. Gentleman delivered an interesting lecture on " Fools, thioreticallr, practically, and scripturally considered." The lecture abounded in quaint and well-knowrn nnecdotes, and was delivered in such graceful Inngrage, and covered sucll delicate irony, that few could have listened to it without contrasting the refinement of tlhe speaker with the want of it that ordinarily clhraectrrives the atereo* t typed lecturer. On Tuesday, the 7th Sinst.. Dr. Thornton met it goo ly company in St. Stephen'se school-room, on which occasi...

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THE NOVELIST. THE DAY OF MY DEATH. (Continued.() [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

THE NOVELIST. THE DAY OF My DEATH. S(m AUTltsOa ?? " OATRT AJAR.") S(Contiued.) The wlntor:set in glopmily enough.. It maley have been the snow.storms, of whichiwea had n average of one every other 'day, or it may have been, the storm in my !own :heart which I was weatherng alone.' ' ' t IWhetler;to believe these people, or whether to; laugh at their predictionsl whotllber to tell my wife, or whether to continue sllent,-these questions tor. m'ented me through many wakeful nights and dreary days. My fears were in nowise allayed' hy a letter which I received one day in J.nunor hfom.Gertrude Fellows. ' Why doln yout read it aloud? What's she nIow?' asked Alison. lut at one glance over the opening page I folded the shoet, and did not rend it till I couel leek my. self into the library alone. The letter ran:--~. ' . . : ' I bave.been much disturbed latel`y onyourbehalf. My motherand brother Joseph appear to we nearly every day, and chbarge me with some.message to you which I cannot disti...

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HARROW. November 23, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

. HARROW.. (raox oUs oW? couaESPOtrDEz.) 2ovember 23, 1876. .A publicmeeting was called last Saturday night for the purpose of the neesary steps towards get'tng a tote echool built here, but n suncicnt notice wga n~t g~ven it did rioth'econe ganer.il known, and- the consequence was that only -two or three people putting in en ap -r-ance, nothing ws done. It will bar F.ty if the matter is allowed to drop for a -hool -is badly requihed here. After "d-ing Harro- r n t~;il Mr. S. M'Donaa$ car saddler. seems to v tve arrired at the eonclcsion that he is not destined to make his fortune here, and has decided to trfy? eri for a change. He intends leaving bout the fict of npmt month, or as soon after as he can mpn- to wind up his affairs here. Mr. Finnigan of year town sems to do pret well in his periodical visits to this n ' boorhood, as e.e. time he comes he 'appears to bli .up tohI e'ey"itobmsina. . j it Mr. D. hi'lte who at present drives the mail between here and Narrarnoote intends gr...

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MESSRS CROAKER, SCOTT AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

?nrsanr Cliritiiit01tiSCOTFT AND C.LInj the nlelbourul telegram which aippoeared in our hlitf ilsirtofererencs wns made- to-some temporary fiianoial tliflionltioi of the firm Nleasrs, Crohker, Scott nrd Co., in 'oeti neCtiniw th, the LoOldoi firm' of Willia'n Jrlesoli nod Soo. Sinc theoi telegramtn lave bees recaleved, we sre glad to learn, at tie Portland branch, Percy street, so log establislied hero, itilinnting that nil difidiltieo were arrangednd and that business would prdceed as usual. Ii reference to the Melbourne house, the Argur of the 28th lt. linh the following:--" We have much lonsure in being able to report that the busines of Measrs. Croaker; Scott, and Co., to whose.position reference was made this morniig, goes on without interruption, all interests being protected." A NAnnow EsecAr.--A young man named William Henry Dusting, son of Mr. Jolin Dusting, of thin .town, had a narrow escape from drowning on Tuesday lnst. ;It appears that ire went out aloun in a small cook...

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MRS. PEARLASH ON THE GROCERS' LICENSES. TUNE—"THE ONE HORSE CHAY." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

evmL ~ o -- - MRS. PEAR LASIIh ON THE GROCERS' LICENS"S. tUNE-* Tsa Oas IIorn CLTs." Good people lend your ears, and don't with hold your tears, Ere I fnish they will for apase, as well they may; , . bWhen I tell you all the roofand the fuss they make about If a woman hs a bottle on a washing day. It has always been my plan since I married my old man, How many more than thirty years .I Cannot say. .Just to keep away the chills, and a thleani otherilla, To always have a bottle on a washing day. When we rub in steaming suds, a-washing dirty dad.s, (A washerwoman's screw I don't care to 'To keep tbh lather going, and the perspira - .tionflowing, ; Tere's nothing li~ a bottle on a washing day. -For the last ten years, or more, I've dealt at 'gg's store : . Three and six fo o ol or hwisky as the price I pay. -. And four a d six for brandy, and find it very bandy To seod there fo a bottle on a washing day. Now those mean teetotal chaps that on the Aid ibe' spo ute is the Partlament that t...

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HEYWOOD POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

HEYWOOD POLICE COURT. TlUuqoDAT, 2:irtL Nuvrarnon 1870, Tihe followlng gentlemen presided on the oenohll-Jloon Tranunmar, Esq., J.1'., J. L. Aroher, BRq., J.P., II; Scott, E.qu., J.P., and WY. Learmontl', lieq., J.P. Tile undermentionedt cases wore disposed of :- . F.. W. Ullithorne Thlomns Dye, tMrs. NA. Cross, James DBecham, Mntthew Crabbr, John 'Matthews, blng dlefaulting. rattepayers of the Portllnd shire, were ordererl to pay amounts sued for, and 2., Gil. rcsts. Frederick Sister v. Aguts Cameronolnln for 'C8 IOs. for work and labour dune. Verdict for plaintiff, and 05. celth cots. Georgo Skipworth v. ''hom its Colemaitn, elaim for £1 II.. 61, for gnlos old nod delivered. Verdict for .plalntillt, and I"s. coptl. , James- Dell v. Jlames Barr, Illegally iIm pounadhtst a bull, the notIce reqult?d by the Imponnlfing Act ilit having buen served. Cise dilmiosed. s8*ae v. John I:irr; wll fld trespas Ist land, the .property of Janmes I(ll. The tresplss complaall of wnll that reltefllta...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

OO 'C ,fES 'ONIF htJ~ WhII.t ncluilttlug. Uho gro.LtatL itor.ry_ frreqn ttQ Curneqlondlr uub, nnr eohrlnn will ha opus only to ianh cow u l wun ieI 1 ble cluarly Lbm tlo'. :tuuilierhtaly cipmsei~al, aiul of hcsl or gcucrn Inwroat; lit no IIvl 1 II11111 oarT.6lve1 Pslio1 RLIlI for any opllnlous that may h o onvoycd Lhorolll

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