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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

r?,.?geismntemal, ua.-gaton-i BAI l: L fo l , ... ! ,! ' f i , . ..'. THOMPSON, *'i oK tan -f Il ?o IOlll ,I Iltr , ,, ,fi io" , (O e aber pere sUl og For' ti ?.oo To 0 .o,,eb 'oi 1 0 ,l t1. ,?eti .de1 ..s . half fa..e. ae e lclo., ,,r space. . r a's a oe LBOURNpassers N: bl fo? p asengem( luggage Nletalb : againeh Com y will be ent~r a e'n?isam? m 1ade withfa three (8) SAILING "i.''... Sught.MeitrWt ratds.' ;.aln., , , ...Re. . 'et : , -Pos'ns lb 0.1rd Oetbbe. , 1874 0 .eksellA r 18ta honer, a rid Fancy N resumlngbuslness in his new premises ,i ptenjers his best thanks to all who haver herneofor* Ipte~de? their patronage to himu, openg up' a ?w and varied amsortmeqt of aol , ll tl rJ o h o f b l e L u ain e s , a n d ,pe for afair share of spport frllm the ninabtants of .ortilad anl. urroundong Oaiand afeev Iaturday neot all cash psir ch trs a of tenshillings will receive a ticket, whithwlll e1title the holder to participate in a.Wand'distribution of prises at Christ. mas . .. - Bt...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. THE "ARGUS" ON THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

WlIrWl WmC Is I?NtCOiPORATtIID Tit "s PORTLAND EXPnItRR." To Protect our Rights - Not to ltfringe . :po those of. Others... , FRIDAY, DECEMBE, R 8. TILE '-ARGUS" ON TIIE ENGI NEER-INOCI IEF. ?n.g Argas, in the discussion on the Hobson's -Bay Railway purchase, with commendable assiduity, is following up the Old Bailey lawyer's advice to a junior counsel--" No case abuse the other side." The evidence of Mr. HIIOINuOTIIAs is a disturbing element In the job which Sir JamEs Mout?r.oon and his following would force on the country; but in order to do this it is first necessary to get rid of the damnging report of the Engineer-in.Ohief, when he says :-"In my opinion, the united " passenger trnaffic of the Hobson's Bay "United Railway and the Victorian "Railways cannot possibly be accommo. "dated on the site at the foot of Eliza "beth-street, and that the attempt "to accommodate the united tral?ic " there must end in failure." 'Tlhis is plnin enough, but . the Argun has fished up an anonymou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

sPEoIAL ADVERTISEMsENTS. Portland t-Grammar School. PRinOIPAlS" L MR.5 s TLBOR, Mr. OIE; EVANS, + Late open exhibitionar, St. John's Coil., , Cambridge.. - The fourth.term will commence on Wednes-. day, O(toeber 4; Vacanclesfor boarders; Prospbctuses on application. M ISS WALKER, OoaaIesr .or.:::I STPHEn's, PORTAND; and pupil the late Herr Staib, gives LESSONS on tihe PIANOFORTE.' Arrangements as 1' ternis, &n.;'may be made on application, .. Vseancies for two pupils, Vicorila House, Tyora'street, )'-" Portland,July 21 Portland u House sdhob' . SIIIRD, QUARTER :commenrceas,JULY., Lj' 7. ,:xupils admitted at any .other date by arrangement:. --. .. . Pupils prepareo. for matriculation either privately orin the school.- .. -,- -- S 1118. COOPERI , , LA D I ES:?:SQH.O.OL,; PORTLAND. M ISS CLARKY wishes it to.bo.noteced that 'the TIIIRh' "QUARTER' wall commencq JULY I7..e. .> lbt? l Ic Fourth Quarter, October;9. Terms for day pupils,-including French : Two gulneas, ... iMis ct...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCI- DENT. A terrible accident, attended with loss of life, occurred on Monday evening oN the Ararat and Hamilton Railway, about ten miles from Ararat, near Mr. John Crouch's   farm. A ballast train belonging to the con- tractors, Messrs. Overend and Robb, was coming along at a good pace with two Go- vernment trucks in front of the engine and six or seven ballast trucks behind, when a young horse tried to cross the line imme- diately in front. It was knocked down under the trucks, which were thrown off the line. The engine followed and came to a standstill right, across the rails. The tender was thrown over on its side. The ballast trucks were broken up more or less, and scattered to the right and left. On these trucks were 30 or more navvies returning to their homes. Of these, two were killed, and 9 or 10 seriously injured. Mr. Willmott, from whom I have this account, is super- intendent of trains for the contractors. He was on the engine, but saw not...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

I 'CAW, ADANSON & CO., p)TUlN their teady thanks for Pilst - - fnvuurs, mid h:ag tu mutluuacea that they COUNTINUE to CABIIY UN the BUS?NESS u Auctioneers and Cenerals Pro. * duce Brokers, I At their rouos, i29 Littlu Cullins street west. Their WEEKCLY AUCTION SALE is llhold every IVi ,NESI)AY; WVheat, flour, Iharly, I Outs, llps, Leaf oahbacco, &., at hialf-ptst I I; andl t.leei*, e tte, aButter , Blacuu, &c., t at hal-plati 12 o'cluck. Every. descriptftnl of Lsrntl, Dlary, andl other Proaiuce received, assurted, and die. ,Ipaed of to tile Iaest nadvaltaget tle Ioni uex* lperienie and piriactieal knluwledge ut tihe rlitu; I together witl tlhe strictest nttenltlult to the veandur!s literefrtaled blhia thelll to. obtti full wrkfet vutie tar lgods omilgluled to tllheir Ae l C SIGNMIENTS (excepit othierwise aeavaprd)"i4raj first botrittred to ipubhi colnt petluitia uta incatses where tite rlceoffered is ut euitldUrod qp to iataurit aulue, thu lots 'ure wtlildraw...

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FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR SAND.-' HURS't.' A shtocking accidout ccurreod on Saturday afternoon, whlich resulted fatally. A farmor innocld Iiosporton, resldlng at Minto (says thll Aldvertiher) whAs returning fromlsn sandll hnrat in a two-wheeled brenk. 1Ils wifo awl two yoiung ehlldrer were in thIe vehicle with himn. All want umoottlly until nearlng Mr. Woerren's, thl forest rlonger's pltae, tt Iutn*t rooka, when thile wheel of .the vehicle struck a stlmp. Thie ludlen shock unseated Mr. ?basperson, and hle was thlrown beotween tIhe whcel and the ibody of tlh breakl, and dragged to the groUtnd, alstaloining injuries tn-one of his legs. Tlie himse got frightened anld beiig uncolttolt.ed,swerved frot th rOtd ri al wnclt at a rapid'rate Itito the bulsltllnnl tlhe brealk oIIDIIniig iti O clintraet witltti s)iO fatten e;plilgs, hMra.lRtsplerFoni wia tlhron violenttly out anIlld kIlled o the sl?4. Aboat twenty yards further onl the wheel of Olih vehiclu elzughtagantnt'in tree, n; d the horn e hro...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

WOOL BALES. Tho wool salos concludod to-day; firm at highest quotations; 205,56Lbales are catan logued, including 40,000 aecpnd-loand, Eighty thousand bales" hv'o obeen takeL for export. Tihd' ten porary depreiulon was c?uaod by inferior lots being offered. ,

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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A WATCH DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 8 December 1876

A WATOHDOG. Our reporter was looking up an item when he chanced to mooeet Joiie,. who was just eutering his front gate. Junes akoed him in, and the conver untiuIn Iurned upon the subject of thl* Irniip luisunlce, amid presently Jones icliLted Ilis OxperienLco with a tramp as Ibllouse: One day, recently, n rough-looking vagabond called at my house, accom punied by Ia forlorn, mongrul dog. 1 caine out upon thu porch" to see him, and lie uaid: 'I say, pardner, I understand that you wanted to buy a dog, and I blrought one around for you. Youi lnever seo such II dog for watching as this one. You tell that dog to watch a thing, and bet your life he'll sit down Iand watch it until lie goes stone blind. Now, I'll toll you what, I'll lot you have-' I cut his remarks short at thi point withL tlhe information that 'I didnl't walt ia log; nothiilg on earth would induce me to accept that par ticular dog. So ho left and went down to to the street. 1Io must have mllad a -mistake, and came in again...

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INQUEST ON THE BODY OF THOMAS COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

lIQUETS' ON TEE BODY. OF THOMAS COOK. An inquest was held .-Monday morning. at I1 o'clock, at the Vdcorla Ilotel,'by the Coroner, H. E. Bre 'Cr Eeq., .touching the death ofi 'llomas C,., whno ,net his death on the Portland and 5,amilton Railway on Satur day evening thodth lust. The followt4 jury wans impannelled , Messrs. It F. tIolmes ,(foremns), James Lowe, W nampbcll, G. l)ay, X. Cummings, 8. Drew, D. Brewster, T. It. Blackburn, I. Tyeherlcigh, C. Allan, M. Nicholson, 0. II. iladnall. The jury having viewed the body, George Cook deposed on oath that he was a brick maker residing at Portland; had seen the body lying in the house and identified it a that of his brother Thomas; saw him alive last on Friday morning, next saw him dead after the accident; saw nothing of the acci dent itself but saw the body at about half past six o'clock on the evening of Saturday, deceased was eighteen years old. Henry Sergeant, on oath, deposed as follows:-- am guard on the ballaet train In the emplo...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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ATTEMPTED SEIZURE OF LACE-PEDE ISLANDS BY AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

ATTEMPTED SEIZURE OF LACEd SIDE ILANDS iBY AMERICA.t, Tel'ern (Western Anatratla) aInquirer sy L-Scarcely has one Internato inal dill. cult 4?con paased oeir-the American Freman escapade-thlb another, and to our'mfnds a' tnoroedritrng and advetlturous one, crops out.' Weitalude toho Lacepede Islandd .questuin. Ilnerly the Untled.Stalte of i :Americahave pladtcd the, flag upon Iritish occupied teIr.' torys tihey ,mve easerted their right.to the Lacepede; Islands, lyl?g on our coast,'and har_ ..ired and claimed tile cargo of vessels laden airtlt the product of the islands-guano. lorpover, they, claimt £30,000 n tompensatlon ofur wr6ongful appropriation and'damnges sue. gaIned. Thi " taill talk" is quite uIn keepil with . :be, . American . element. Tahese' ' noeisav;, acittaeaully been' Imported by the Amorfeats Vlce-CousuI,r. S. P1'. Lord, of, Whom naq.may say, i He acame, lie jaw, Ie con; quer,'A ?,not. He lnha reltrned to Melbourne, Whence ie ealme, sonlewliat disconcerted and certa...

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PORTLAND & BELFAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

PO47fRLAiD& lIELFAST STE.L NAVIGATION COIMPANY. e,. ll ,aing ap angges?iln efferel througi cUfueeardtd of the ttli inst., In rcfre?rc'? to a steamshilp: company for Portland nred Idtfalti the Banner w rites Ihaa:-"The threatreedr monopoly of tfLheWestern ship ping tradelInvolved td the purchase of the l? P ercy di charter of the llob Hoy by SW rruatmbool Steam "Navigatiton Comte iarOy7 give trisd toeonsiderable dt?=atisfae tItne.qtBelfaet ?id Iortlsnd, 'and it, Is felt .i"tn;?the. ntrcbhauts . and traders of those rlt.shoIld at once a cmbitro asdltake aclotn St~Pi abt' tbecmselves, agalost, the dalgeerobL aes e e?Mcese,5lSat ntcty.accruel therefrom. f ebltemlwrery wioely advocrater l,?.? p aentatiiY ofhe cLommereial lnteret? f toth towns chuuld join In floating gI.eompany for the purchase of tie Itob iey. or some otler boat of suMelent Axe-d and -capacity; to-be rhi brtweeii' ortlhnd, Bellfast, alL Melbdqrp?f exchxirsvely: : The'- idea Is certainly a very poodal ne. and is d...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Dec. 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMB. (IROM OUR OWN CORRItSPONDEIST.) NEW SOUTH WALES. - SYDNEY, Dec. 9th. Sydney Match, eleven wickets down for one hundred and twenty three rune;-close match; twenty four runm to win; thee. more men to go in. The match will be finiehtd to Monlay. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 11. Swies criminal Bondietti, for murder of his mete, wees executed this morning; no confesaion recorded. Volunteer, Lott, fined foe aenaulting Joseph Aarons the proprietor of the New Arcade, has paid the fine and casts. Corpee of an elderly man found in the Yarra awaits identification. Four boys convicted of pl ying pitch and toes on Sunday, imprisoned for nsi hours, Mayor expltainig that hIe had no option of a fine. Similar offences will be more heavily dealt with in future. Sydney Cricketere vanquished the English teem with two wickets to spare. Annie Hastings, aift of a labourer, near Frankaton, left the house on Friday week. The husband returning home on Saturday morning, reported her abaence...

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Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor qf the Portland Guardian.) SIR,- Itrust that as a visitor I may be permitted a liberty not accorded to residents permanently located here, In ventirlng on this subject. In tle first place, 'ortland Is one of the oldest, richest, and prettiest places in Victoria. Nature has done all that she possibly could do, yet it is without that one essential-Gas. Portland has not kept pace with other places that are not so en dowed with nature's gifts. The best interests of the town are kept back for the want of this Illuminatlag power. The Council have, it seems, quietly shelved this, and, I think, very wisely for the ratepayers, as it is possible in their judgement and wisdom to put such a rate on as would found a source of income available for other purposes than municipal gasliabilities. I therefore address these lines to the general public who may feel sufficiently interested to form a gas company. The Conncil have in theirse wisdom declined to f...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Steamer for Portland. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

Steamer for. Portland. (To the Editor of the P'ortland Guardian.) Ssa,-Permlt me to call the attention of the Portland public to the fact that if we do not at once make some move we shall be left without steam communication by sea with Melbourne. Can we not purchase a steamer? And can it be, the coasting trade is so flourishing, that we cannot, with our imports and exports daily increasing, show some of the Melbourne owners, it would be to their intelsat to give this port a trial. It may be the Warrnambool proprietors require their own boats for their own trade, if it is so, it only goes to prove the employ on. purchase of a steamer so trade between here and Mel bourne direct would be a paying speculation. I suggest a requisition he sent to the Mayor asking him to. convene a public meeting, the object of which should be. to ascertain whether or not any movement should be made in the matter. Yours, &c,, SUBSCRIBER.

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F. HENTY'S PRIZE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

F. HIENT 'S PRIZE (]UP. The second 'competltlon for the Francis Henty Cup took place at the South Butte on Saturday ut, and resulted in Sergeant F. W. Stokes making the highest score on that occasion. The following is the score: mank and Name, 200 500 600 Hdp otl. Scrgt. F. W. Stokes 28 26 22 S. 76 Corpl. i. Edrich ... as 20 20 a 68 Bergt. H. 1lywari S6 22 19 8. 67 Or. P. Row... ... 94 S 19 8. e Or. B. Trickey ... 25 16 11 I 57 Or. J. Johnstone ... 29 19 12 S. 66 Bergt. . Mulholland 22 7 9 1 43 Gr. J. Phblllps .. 94 2 7 9 42 Gr. i. Herbertson 18 911 3 41 Lieut. I. Vln ... 18 4 IS 3 88 Lieut. E. Manning 22 8 4 34 Or. O. Pldlay ... 20 61 S 31 Or. T. M'EHy ... 19 5 0 7 1

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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MELBOURNE. Friday, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

MELBOURNE. pROM OUR OWN OORRESPONDENT. Friday, December 8. A considerable amount of interest has been occasioned sonce the arrival of the Californian Mail, by an announcement that a colonial brewer had gained a prize at Philadelphia for an ale formed of a skIlful blending of Victorian malt, Victorian hops, and Victorian water. Other brewers who exhibited, whose compounds are Ignored, say that the prize sample must have been a special brow, and thiat the publicans who patroslse the establishment in which the much vaunted fluid was manufactured do not as a rule sell beer of a higher class than that supplied by other firms. For thesake of the reputation of au article which has had to contend with a vast amount of obloquy it would be well it the public were informed whether the ale which took the fancy of the Philadelphian jnudges s the average quality of that brewed at tile establishment in ques otion Had' there been a teer taster in existence to sample the products of the various esta...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. I Wllt admlting thb greatnss lIlerary freedom to Corr..pondeau, ou lumns wll be open only to sech communctionu aen shall be clearly written timperateiy exprnesoe, end of local or geners Intseres; Is no wie hobding oursoelve responible for any Opinlone tiet m.y be conveyod theroin.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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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, DECEMBER 12. ANOTHER RAILWAY TO OUR BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

WrIT WrICH Il INCOWPORATED TilE "PORTLANCD EXPRESS." To Protect our Right - Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, DECEMIBER 12. ANOTHER RAILWAY TO OUR BORDER. Wz observe from the Border Watch that a public meeting was held in Gam. bierton on Wednesday last at the in stigation of Mr. INGLEDY, M3.P. for the south-east, to discuss several matters of local and general interest. The upshot of this meeting is a requisition to the Mayor of Mount Gambier, signed by twenty of the most influential residents in theo town and district, to convene a public meeting, in the words of the advertisement, "to consider the advisa. "bility of memorialising the Govern. "ment to extend the Rivoli Bay ' railway to the border, and for other " purposes," and this meeting is to be hold on Thursday next, the 14th Inst. The railway policy of South Australia during the past four or five years has been a striking illustratien of the old fabllo of the bare and the tortoise. While we have been laughing at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

SPECIAL ADVEETIBSMENTS. .Portland Grammar School. Pauscxwlatrs MIRL S. TAhOS, Trio. Coill., Dublina M r. U. E. EVANS, ,Lat open exhibitioner. St. John's .Coll., Cambridge. ,Thefourth term will cornmenoe on Wednes .lay, October.4.. Vacancies for boarders. lro'peetuses op .ppllcation. pam 'cr B c. KISS .WALKER, OaoflsT or L Srreen'sa. Poarz.Ax~, and pupil .the late ierr Staib,gives LESSONS on the i'IANUFOIRTL Arrangements as to terms, ,ei., may.be.made on application. ,Vcandes for two pupils. ,Victora. loquse, Tyers street, Portitand.Jply 21. PorUtand .Eouse School. IHIRD QUARTER commences JULY . 7Trn. Pupils admitted at any other.. date by grrangement. - PouIts ptepared for matriculation either prtiravsy qr in the school. MhlS. COOPER, iBeutlnck-street. LAD.I ES' .SCHOO L, "OSTLAND. 1ISS OLARKY wishes It to'be noticed y that the TIIIRI' QUARTER will commence..ULY 17. J~g.rth Quarter, October 9.. • erms for day pupils, Including French : Two guineas. Muqic.and Slngings Mr. G. Pzrrruan...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 12 December 1876

TABLE TALK. POLIOe CouT.-'There w0el Only one case at theo Court on Saturday last. Jone Smith clrimed 30+. from George Gale for work and Ibounr done. and Mlesers. H. E. Brewer and J. Leo Archer, who ast on the Bench, geve a verdict for the amount with 6.. coola. Pu.vnLICalon.-- Ve have received the December number or a very useful journal, plublihled in Srdney, under the title of "Catner's Rural Atntrolian." It treats of farmiug and gardening operations in a ractical manner, illustrating the subjacto y well executed cute M-. Iteuso furnilhes drawings of the eolevation and ground plan for an elegant eix-roomtni cottede; we adtnire thle elegance and simplicity of lite dlegn, bttt it i not slto. gntlter nil origi 1il otne as toe retnelnbet aeeitn a cnltfsun bluilt it, a very rimtiltar etyln but of diflerent Inaterials. T'ie journol devotes soamo pages to the fahlontl. general reading, and the present number hlne two leaders on flow to make truit growing profitable to farmers, and on ma...

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