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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

- ROCERS' WVINE AND SPIRIT'I MIE TCHANTS' DILL.-Attentiow of the publio fs called to thq petition to Paliameont in faivor of the Grocer's clause. UjiOUND. - Tbs oswoor of p-,GOLD r . iii OAC., found in roentf atrit, with a lock of braidoed hair in tOn contra, can obtain the same on applicatida at the 'Guardian offico, Bontincktroeet, add'paying expensea. - M ESSRS. VAUGHA ot, -WO7 ?11 aid LU. SEDD'O , Agents for Mcssrs. James 'cannessy and Co., Cognac.. 23 Flinders-lhne west, Meliourne, November 10, 1876. / Gcntlemon.-With reference to youn threat encd prosecution for usinge acounter/elt tim tatton of Messrs. Jae. IHennessy tnd Co.e trademark for their bottled ibrandy, Ibecyou to accept on their behalf my APOLOGY for the offence I have unwittingly commllted, and I undertake to discontinue the us of tae' label complained of and any other Ifritaton' of Messrse ?Iennessy and Co.'a lner ,upon, brandy bottled by me, and also to pay all the" costs and expenses already incurred by you ihe ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS.i _(FROM" OUR OWN CORRLSPONDENTS.) S VICOTORLIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 30. The mail steamer Tanjore took bullius worth £flT,000, and specio worb £172,000. 1A ierald teletratm states that Villen euve Smith, harrister, formerly of Mel bourne, is sentenced to imprisonment for six months and £100 fine fur libelling the Chief Commissiouer of Insolvency in South Australia. Crowley, wood cutter, has been burnt to a cinder in a hut at Wenwarandyteo; his son, 17 years of age, arrived alive in Melbourne dreadfully burnt. Anne Kane sued one Brawn for main tenance of an ilflettimate child.: Btown admits the paternity but demnands the child ; the mother is unwilling to separate from the infant; the legal question is can the mother demand maintenance and keep the child ?' Wheat, Gas. 6d.; fonr, £13 12s.y oats, 3s. Id. to 3s. Gd.; maize weak at 3. 10-. Legislative Assembly.-Petitions have been presented for and against the ;ro:ers' licenses. The Chief Secreta'v srated that eleetors havi...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. OUR COASTING TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

Wrrn TwICO U3 ncoar'RazTR- TaC r ronvT.tso EXrnes." To. L'oekt our Ilfhfs - .'ot to Infringe -- po se of s OLt?e. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. OUIR COASTING TRADE, Tat threatened monopoly of the maritime trado alont the western coast, involved in the purcl:oao of the Julia Percy and temporary charter of the RIob Roy by the Waornrambool Steam Navigation Compnp.y, should sure!'., before this have stirrod the people of Portland to action. If there is any push or pgpnacity in the town, now is the time to show it, for seldom has an opportnnity presented itself more favorable than the pre ent for the es. tablishment of a Steam Navigation Company of our own. Without havin: any very reliable data to guide us, we may mention that the Rob Roy is generally believed to be under charter to the "\\arruambo'nl Company from this day until such timus as the K.elson is ready for the trade, after which it is more than probable that the favorite old steamer will be disposed of-very possibly to join the Edina in...

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THE TYPE WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

THE TYPE WRITER. By the Californian matt one of' the now Amerieran Type Writers, which are intended to supersedo the pen, arrived in Melbourne under ilndent to Msars. 1W..11. Masters and Co., of Swanston-street, alt iwhose prcomises it can now be inspected. In outward nappear. ance it very mnuchl resembles a sewing litmachine. In tile front of tie "writer " are four rows of circular keys ranged in the same manner its tile nmnuails of lnn organ. On eaich key tie letter, stop or figutroe it governs is legibly onumelled. The paper is inserted at the top of the manehln between n vnulcan ised rubber roller,anid a b:andl of sill saturated with endorling Ink. Tiue eItters arearranged in a circle, each sign being set at sutcll an tingle thiat upon the key corresplondilng to it iteing depressed, a lever arru rises and strikes the inked ribbon oeactly In tihe centre, tlhe letter being Impressed upon the piper aibor it horizomntally nll per pndicnleurly at right angles. As eanei letter of It w...

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THE PRESIDE[?]AL ELECTION. NEW YORK, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

THIE PRESIDE?I' AL 1CELECTION. SEW YORK, Nov. 21. The Presidential .lection is still undo cided, and the result dependa upon the count ingof the votes.

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

* FOLICE COURYT WEDNESDAY, NovE3rnEc 29. B'efore ltho Mayor (J. Trnnmar, Esgr.,, J.1'.,) and I'. W. Slievlll, Esq., J.P. Sergennt Dempster, inpector of nuisances, v. O'Brlen, for permitting a ndsance on his premises. , Fined lOs, with ea costs. P. Goldsmith v. Illuohcliff, clull for'" £2 Dl 6d. goods sold and delivered. tho plalntiff swore to haviig- renderod accounts, and tilm, oBnch gave a verdict for the nmllnt claimed, with Is costs, in default to be rtcovercd by dlistress. Same v. Line, clalm for £3 Os9 OJd, goods sold and delivered. For plaintiff for amount claimed, with 5s costs, in deftult to be recovered by distress. Samos v. Burns, claim for £2 7a Id, goods sold and delivered. No appearanco of defendant. For plnintiff, with Es. costs; in default to be recovered by distresq,. -- -i

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HARROW. November 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

SH.ARROW... (0not0 OUnt OWNV COIIRKSPONDENT.) November 20, 1870. On Monday evening two meetings were held at the Spur ilnn, one for the oppoint ment of. trustees for the recrention reserve, and thoIl'ert to take steps towards getting a new state school erected. At the first meet nlg Mr. C, MI'Lenln was voted to tile chair, ondi, after explaining to those present the objo' t for which the imeeting hatd eich cnllt voned,.ho read a letter he had received fronm the Secretary for llands, in which lhe was informed that the ground had not been reserved for racing purposes, only for " recreation and other puite tpurposes." This letter he lied received lh reply to one which had been forwarded somel timo ago contllning then taoles of trustees, (pponllted at a former meeting) for the rTcecourse. DMr. N. Ionsford proposed "thrt Messrs 0. It. Tlloih, J. T. Edgar, Jiames D)onldson, T. II. Poet, O. M'Loean, and C. Shrive he be appointed a conlmmttee of managemelnt." Thlse was seconded Iby Mr. II. ...

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Masonic Hall Demonstration. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

( *i t-,e dir*or f f/lea I'ur/unod Guardian.) Sm,--Mr. J. Lee Archer, tile. W.M. of tlhe Portland Lodgo of Frecmasons and a newly created J.P., 'i his ooxubrantly egotistical address to some of the good people of Port land at tho recent laylng of the momorial. stoae of the Masonic alall emlployed lbo " Ijttlo member" which ia oo prone to be unruly, ill a very unruly lmaunor, for thll utterance of sentiments at once both most unjust and unoalled for. The old members of .the Lodge which he professedly repro. sented, together with the Roman L Ctolluc portion "of the community wero especallly mnde the objects of censure. To say tlhe very least of his remarks touching the Roman Catlolics they were. In- excessively bad taslo, and altogether unwarranted by the past history of Portland. IHad Mr. Archer been better uacqnainted witll that history, lie would perhaps have deported himself in a mannler imore accordant therewith, and more to the credit of npeace-loving citizen. One of the Masons ...

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AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF MURDER BY A MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

I:.ti E:XTAORDg.ABY CASE OF. .- :, .DER BY A MOtNXKE. '-' bocking murder, if it can be so "called, has taken place in Mexico.- A . travelling troupe of aeroLats had -been Spedrtirninig during ihe day. Signor '.Rovell' s"performing dogs and monkeys .gier'ally brought the entertainment to :a close. After the acrobats and trapeze :gy'iiastst" had gone through , their '* evolutions, there was a' wait.' Signors R relli and Spontonelli did not make thbe. appearance 'with. the dogs and i.~inkeyei. The clown'drew'aside the curtaiss, and peeped into the room. The scene presented to him was of a liol?t appalling description.. Signor :vselli was seated in his chair with his .ir'oati ' cut fom' ear to ear; he had .'evdently fallen asleep, and while in an 'b''diciacionas itte, one of the inonkeys -ithut i~ok. part in the performance had e~dne possessed of his master's razor, ;'hir heledreiw across the throatof the elepng ' man. When the clown looked. an;- the monkey was flohrtilhing the razor:me...

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THE CZAR'S INTENTIONS. LONDON, NOV. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

TIlE CZAR'S INTENTIONS. LONDON, Nov. s21. On the 2nd inst. Lord Augustus Loftus, the British Minister to Rusloa, had a most cordial audntoco of the Otar, who urged a completeo agreement between Russia and England, whose aims, he said, were identical. IHe solemnly gave his sacred word of' honour that he had no Intention to acquire Stamboul and if obliged to occupy Bulgaria it would only be temporarily. lie deplored Elgland's distrust of his intentions. The idea that Russia Intended to attempt the conquest of Iudia was absurd and lmpposiblo.

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. (Reuters's Special Telegram to the Australian Associated Press.) THE EASTERN QUESTION FURTHER WAR PREPARATIONS. LONDON, Nov. 21 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

DIRECT TEL!G R&IWS FROM EURLOPI. (ýtY 8T SU2MA1AINE TIl~rnQRu .) ((Ruulcr'e Stpne.l o 'r.l'gnrm- to tohe m Ai. trullnn Aosooott¶od Press.) TUEi; TsA9TET1U QTirSTrnN. FURTIIHIE WAR 1PIiL'ANiJ'XQINS. LoND)ON, Nov.21. Ruosln is mnbllaisng six nnamy'corpo. Tiho Turks oro evmmoummtiommg thu t ilrzgovoa .amd mnovuing troops on Ile Daunulbe. Time Mamrqmuis of Salisbury will vlsit.tluo Dim Dremuzum mint Pub8s, and also pro'eed to Berlin aumd Viennam.

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A PENNSYLVANIA BOY MONSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

A PE1NsYLVANIA BOY MONSTER. Last week Thursdava lad about 1w? e -ye o~, o 'eamred Francis at Brri.az , t Lose ,parents live id Windsor, New 'bk, lrred two lilttlei bo rbinto s~barn and said.lif was going toklill thern.-- He.stripped the clothe from the oungeet child a;iid beat the little fellow with a heavy strap and buckle, until he fainted from loss of blood,which_atr eamedLfrom. his head. shoulders, back, and legs. But this was not enough, and while his victim was unconscious, he attached the strap to' his neck'in g6nd' hii?ig-iain's sfvle, and proceeded to hang him-to a ladder. He placed the strap over one of the rounds of the ladder, and just as he was in the act of sbspending Ihis victim in. the air, Mr 31M'Creary's son, who had made his escape, came upon tlhe scene with several other boys, and seizing the young:Nero, dragged him to Justice De Bois'soffiee, from whence he was sent to.gaoL He shot a baby in Campville-.bot a few weeks since; and the' eoroner's jury pronounced it...

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THE STORY OF THE GOOD LITTLE BOY WHO DID NOT PROSPER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

THE STORY OF THE GOOD LITTIE BOY WHO DID NOT ?ROIPER. Once there weis a gool little boy by the nmno of Jacob Blivens. IIe always obeyedl his parenl?, no mllter how abssurd and unreasonablo their lemunds were; and he always learned? his book, and svtws never into at Sobhuth Sclhoo'. tie wvshld not play hookey, uvenl whon his sohorjludgment told him it was the most :proitable thing heo couhl Io. None of thea other boys coultd aver make that iboy ont, ie noted so strangely; Ile wolldn't lie, no matter how colvenient it wa?o heo just Peil it was wrong to lie, anid that wnts sufficient for hitla and lhe was so lhonuet lthat |ho wal? a|nply ridiiculonus. The curious wtayo thtat tltt Jncoh.had surplssed everythin'ig. II, wouldn'l. play imarles on SIuidaiy he wonidl'nt rol birds' nests ; hie wotnlin't give lhot p0on'ies to orgin-grinders' monkeys; Iho diidn't s?em to |Intl titay inltrest in aniy kind of rational alnuae nelt; so Iho other boys uIneI to try andl ren?son it oullt ad comln to a...

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NOT TO BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

NOT TO BE DONE. Tllo. pinitful confession' is mine, .JoTli Spentlcr', deteucivo, Scotlannl YTid, nld hIow it came about was just this wny. For it long time I had been on the tlrll!k of n gangl of coinue , which, in Iny profenssal?,ti pride, I had vowed to cnatture. Moro thanu onco IL had pounced down iupon lihem in their iniiits; but' n! vn?ishetd liko tannlic andt I beinig iunablu to prod teo prole, the chlief, whom I lesired most to cnnvict, fiirly Iaughed at ino and my tIhlort s. This lnturanlly gave me conlsideralloe annoyant?e; atd, with souml heat, I ojnCllintedl, ' You've lcaleid llto ie Is? Iilieo, Jin llratlley, buit I'mn not Jolhn Spotlnler, if you do thl nrxt I' WheVlln yllll LntLaC 11tmt, hold IIII I' io ~rinlned' . *iilvo dtru yo nmllnlignl an nnjllllclnllt IIII ?ul?' SInllnollent ! then tho Evil One Is llnot hlnuk ais h i p1 intted I' I re \Well, ii. wne nlnnly nine monthilih blpflI?. iign raln dnt J uim n ilnd his ganlg; then I deeolocted themolit it lot', wrotched st...

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POETRY. GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

POETRY. GOD. .[From the Buslsan of Derhaving.] 0 thou eternal Onel whose presence bright -Al1 apace loth occupy, all motion guitdes Unchangd through tltma' aldevutsatina . Thou only God! There is no God besidel Being above all belngsl Mighty Onel Whom none can comprehend and none ex :'-'+'" plore? tho filst existence with TAyself, alone : . Embracing all-supporting-rullng o'er ;Betng whiom +we call Gon--and know no id, r.. morel' in its sublime research, philosophy May 'measure out the ocean-deep-may count The mands or the sun's rays-but, God! for thee There is no weight nor measure :-none can mount . Up to Thy mysteries; Reason's brightest 'pork, Though kinlled byThylight, in vain would Tio te Th nounsels, Inalte and dksk. And thought I- lost ere thought clMasr so . .high, leyn like put moments in eternity. Thou from primeval nothingness didlt cal Sirit chaos, then existence i-Lordi on Thee Eternity had its foundation :-tll Sprung forth from Thee :-ot light, joy, h.irmony, Sole ori...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

BEAUVAIS and .Co.,. ., FORWARIIDLY G & COMMISSION AGENTS Gawler:Street. Portland. " - Goods received and forwarded to every part of Vietoria. Freights and other charges paid. Extensive stone and- iron -roof bullding.for storage ol'goods.' Charges reaisonable. Camria eoataa,,y o, the rod to. a,,d ,?rts S": :.:ordad.;: - : . THE FIRST HOUSE LYTHE COLONIES FOR PIA'OFORTES AMD MUSIC. Nicholson & Aseherberg, "Music.. Publishers, Pianoforte Manufacturers, " "AD'IM POIRTEIIS OF Pianos, Organs, Ilarmonlums, . Music. PIANOFORTES by Lipp, Boohtein, Erard, Collard, Schwechten, Ancher, Blrd, ;Bluthner, Pleyel, Broadwood, Neurameyer, Gerhardt, Souileto, S chiednayer, . Chappell . :etc., etc. etc. SOLE AGENTS for Kapa,'I"gspeil, Ehrbar, Wetcrmayer. Ronisch, Fielder, Rosenkra, Forster, Ascher. berg (Dresden). CABINET OROANS tab HA~IIIONIUMS In every variety of style anddoesign. HA/tI' ?aYk.ItAXiD, The whole of which'aro selected-by skilled artiste. SHEET UTJSIC, &c. A grand...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

TABLE TALK.. To CoRRRPo?soaF.ns.-The letter "Peep- Sing Tom" crowded out; will appear in next: i=Foe. DDr~aTmsar.-r. C. Fawesett intimates, by advertisement that hoe will remain ina Port!:n a few days. LA-cE CovLrowwEL-The largest cauli. flower we hare seen this season is one i tlbs. weight, grown, by Mr. Frost in. Palmer street, and for some days past on view at the Guardian office.- It would be. a nice question for some of our State. school boys to- calculate the value of an. mere of such cauliflowers in the- early digging days when ordinary eabbge sold readily from one shilling to half.-.. crown each. Mr. Frost has cat 100 .t an, average of 10lba. each this season, Pe.RsntreRaial. CcIao.-rAn advertise. ment elsewhere intimates that the Rev.. J. Bagley will preach on. Sunday next,. morning.a.s evening,ln. the Bresbyterian. Church. Last Sunday the church was. well filledlin the morning andarorwded in the evening to hear this pepulasrpreacher,. and, as he returns toMfelboasrneearly ...

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THINGS WORTH LIVING FOR. YOUR FRIENDS' CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

THINGS WORTH LIVING FOR. Toua TB?O?Z S'.r maLDr-L r People who lee mAnrieds should' if they desire the respect of their fellow-creatures, do one of two things-cunt their unmarried friends altogether, or set their faces 'aeaist the lamentably common custom of haring a family. You meet "Benedict the.married man," on Saturday. He rays:- - '- Ah, my dear boy-how are you? You haven't been to see us for an age. Come up and dine with- as, to-morrow. • Nay ! no re fusal now-yen must come. Dinner at one o'clock sharp." You have flttered-younrelf.tht-you have been asked out of friendship-nothingof the sort I You have hardly taken your hat of when Benedict thus commences what hbe on alders a prize cattle show. "Beatrice, my dear," the unfeeling wretch exclaims, "you haven't showt our-frsd Brown the taby-' - .- .. - Your heart sinks within you, and your ap petite is fading sway. "I had quile forgotten-bow tboughtless on my part-isn't it, Mr. Brown?" cries the pretty lVile .liar-rshe batabeen ti...

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THE HAWKESDALE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

T1'iNE AWK SDAL1E RAILWAY.' A deputaio?n representing the Belfast branch ft tie' Dundas 'and Villiera IRtilway Lnglle, the borough .and. ahliro of Ilelfast, and the putalc meeting recently held at Bel fat, wals ntrduced 'to the Mtinlster of Rullways os {Saitrday by Messr. .Wrixon, Diyles, and Murriy ' lith, M.L.A's. Mr. Wrlzon, M.L.A, Mr. tay'ne, Mr. A. T. Woods,'Mr. Bishop, Mr. Murray Smith, ,.L.A., and Mr. D. 'J. llowes, nll spoke in favoure of the 'claims of Ielfast to railway constructlon from that port to Koroit siaeul taneously with thae Wurrnamboul line, and pointed out the injustico that would be done elfaltt hro touh he diversion of its. legiti mate trade to a rival port. Mr. Jones in reply said that the Govern ment in declding tpon, this mutter, found themselves in a diflieult poslilon, T'hey piad only a limaited amount ol money to devote to the district. It was consldered that it would bo unwise to .begin the line at "llamllton, is the money would'not bring it very much f...

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Shire of Portland. ABSTRACT ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 1 December 1876

Shire of Portland.,';' ` ABSTRiACT ACOOUII rTFOil 'TflE YTABr ENDINa BqT"P"DsR;30·T 8-1: To Dalanco: Sep- r6, .,. . - . tenoer 30,1675 2 3 ]Ludowuoeot ... 9511.;0 ,0 s- r sldy..i -:; e"..ýa€,'F E-c 8 --i 1 0 ~Arrears hi20ts ` Sept 1874. " "'i15ý 7+<tf 4' Arreirs (s 30111 Sopt..t877 .3. itr464 14g0 h,,13.itesfor 1879. 2387 13 0 2 7. 1a0 ,Pubitesoa' Iensos. . 20 0 0 piritltnot'l crsii slant '` %"', chants'licenses. 8 & S ,,Grodora' do' "I "6 "O S zSit; S ,glnughtoriog ': i·or v licenses, ,:,r.:. i c a'' :40, 0-:h Dog regtitratotioa :,, , fees '.. 2nG 6-O Pounds .S ,,DlgbyCommooU ` e ''PL'I* I( r9:1 8 ' Refund of Col- -t.'=1l ul .1 "i'eni toetors' adrue. ' I t( "II 3 8.17 6 ,Salo of r a t ; aesroll.~.&l'. ,.1 3:r .ý -, LD Shitrof D~tnda s I11,r2 0 '~ContrlaturO5 1160 1100 deposits30,10 'Tobsaia nCeept.30 .I8376-kx'47e2:16 8 Ca.'- !;. ,,a i.') 6'.: s.'.d. "' £%IIislS;ý By matnroad con-;.:}, .. tv 1.11 111 struutlonf: ....::n1Wi4 i 5252,19.0. Other i roadgIR.1;...

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