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THE MOUNT GAMBIER AND RIVOLI BAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
THE MOUNT GAMBIER AND RIVOLI BAY RAILWAY. WE condense from the Border WVatch of the 16th a report of the meeting hIeld at Mount Gambier to consider the most advisable way to follow, to perfect the process of tapping Victoria, so effectively commenced in the districts of Horsham and the Wimmera through the Lacepede Bay line to Kingston. The proposal is for a new line connecting Mount Gambler on the west from Rivoli Bay, and with Caseterton on the east. 'The plan in |implo: if speedily carried out it will certainly prove very effective, and in that case the best thing for the people of Casterton and Portland would be to petition the QuEN? asking that the districts should become politi cally as well as comercially a portion of South Australia. The Melbourne Government is so much taken up in the question of how best to concen trate the trade of the colony on Meol bourne that the western border land is totally neglected, the trade carried to another colony; then what should deter the peo...
COLONIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
COLON41AL BANK.-Tie totIuporary omrna of the Cjolonial flank will be in tlhe r remitse of Mr. liulunonodt H-Keoly, Johno reat . end not as Melted ito the lnat levee of Ilia OGardiani In Purdy 8lreet. Tnei Lunnn.-A trlrgiam jicet to hInod sItIt, that ihe S.S. Lobes Iravee N0l bourn. e \,u brteerdny, enhhleng all lie Vcortl of Warrmecmbool and Ilolleet, arriving at Portland tiee krtter, 2 nd Inst. 'Liaun SIon Ttet.---All tickets iar hinale fares exoorolen tripe, Tor lice Julia lrody, Itob Noy and OLeut' stonusree , to be Illooe from thi lint loch, to theu loso of l)Meo beuir, will besayetjjblo for oneo montlh frout, the d441 ojissue
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
ADDITIONAL IN?OIIMATION PFOR THlE 1UIAC. The tuall for Dartmoor and Drik Drlk leaves Heywood at 8 a.m, un Wednesday and Saturday, and arrives in lHywood oi Tuesday and Friday Sa he to t etch .thle 'ortland mail. Letters should be posted for thtss places in l'ortlund, en .'.'ueosday at 7.30 p.m., and Friday at 6.30 p.m. A matt is nowv carried between Lower Cape Bridgewater and Monzlo (Mount Itichlmond) by the residents, lrolbbly on the days..o arrival and departure of tule 'ortlanld mails. 'the Belfast li?e of naillesleave PL'ortlaud at 8 a.m. oil Tutsnday and Saturday, instead of 8.30 a.m. no bfuste, arriving at Belfast at the snllo tine ait hteretufore, riz., 0.30 p.n11. The return mall also leaves elftast half all hour earlier, viz., 8 u.tn., arriving at 'Purtlaud salue thilo as before, via., 3.30 N.I .-Theo nlght delivery of Melbourne nctd Ilnliltoln ail:ill will take place at thel pul?-ollico Witdw hallll an hour after the art atl of tihe eun)tu. Printed nld published by the pro...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS, (rnoM Oust OWn COnRtsePOcDETa.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 18. Case Doctor Fisher v. Mrs. Fisher. The Full Court pronounced dissatisfied ritlh the evidence adduced at previous trial, and granted order for new trial, but de. nying the respoidents power to plead charge of adultery against the petitioner, which charge has been already tried and not eob.atoitioted. Trial of Captain Couio, of the ship Queen, for unnatual offonce, resulted in his acquittal. John Kenny, collector of water rates, committed to i.i) on charge of embezzle. ment of L15o in collections. Great vigiltnce exercised respecting the passengers from the northern ports: dread. ing emallpox. Sluck, committed for contempt of courlt, liberated after 13 days incarceration. Fisaherman named Keys jumped four. teen feet into the water, and encumbered with henvy clothing, saved a boy who so. ciden;ally fell into the sec. Wheat, new, sa. 7d.; old, se. 10d.; oat., 3S. to 3s. 4d.; maize, 3S. ld. Legislative Co...
MELBOURNE. Friday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
MELBOURNE. FROX OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Friday, December 15. Politie sare altogether too heating and exliting to be indulged in to-day. llisnces men bare been compelled to neglect the periodical buttering of their diurnal crust Sand seek refuge in their own collars. In Collins-street the glass at Kasner & Moss's hsb registered 105 degrees in thle shble, while the thermometer, which is kept inside their building about four feet from tle street, has recorded the greatest heat it has ever yet attained, 104. Perspiring humannlity has succumbed to the weather, ald tie Obaorvn tory officers Iave been left alone to mark the rising o the mercury which on the dominln eminence capped 150 degs. In the sanlight, and 114 degs. in the shade. We have lhad a hot time, and, although a getitle zephyr, whieh now keeps the thermometer at 00 degs., is blowing from the sea, there is not much prospect of immediate cltngo. Last night was spent in heated fretlulness, nnd the only consolation left us-...
PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
PORTLsAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. . iMAILS AltlRIV1E FROM telbourne, Geeloug, Ballarat, AraLnt IIamilton, Condah, lInrauloline, leywood AMyanoly, daily, at 6 p.m., (on Monday 1 a.m.) Casterton, Sandford, Coleraino, Merino, Digby, Hlotspur, leywood, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday all p.m. Belfast, Warruambool, Narrawong, Yam buk, Tyrendarrn, St. elelna, Monday and Friday at 3.30 p.m. rUndgewater, Wednesday at 3.30 p.m. MAILS CLOSE FORt Melb3urne, Geelong, iallarat, Ararat, Ilaniltlo, UBranlholime, Cundali,.leywood, Myanyn, dailly, Sundays excepted at 6.15 p.m. Ileywood, Hotspur, Dlgby, Merino, Cole amiue, Sandford, Unstertun, Tuesday, Thur' day qund Saturday, at 7.15 p.m. Belifst, Warrnambool,Narrawong, Yambuk, 'ltyreldaran, St. lleluns, Mondays and Frldays at 7.4.5 p.m. Bridgewater, Taesdly at 7.?5 p.m. S. It, DIVEIIELL, 1'o-tmaster.
TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
TABLE TALK. Winow Coox.--Mr. Atkinson beis to acknoc ledge receipt of following sucecrip. tions for Mrs. Cook:-Overend and Robb, 42s.; T. Gallagher, 5s.; E. Owes, 5se. PnassNaurlon.-On Thursday afternoon the members of the Bible and Confirms. tion classes, heldl at St. Stephen's,',presented the Rev. J. C. P. Allnutt nith an excellent Time.piece, with the request that he would " kindly accept tile little clock as a mark of their grateful affection." OFFICIAL VOLUNTESR INarIExION.--Lst night Major Leasmootlh inspected tihe Port. land Detachment of the Western Artillery Corps, which fell in at the drill room and marched to the Magazine Hill, where the paradewas conducted. Therewere present three officers, six sergeants, and 56 rank and file, including the band. The detach. ment wee a divided into two companies, Lient. Vine in command of No. 1, and Lieut. Manning No. 2. When tihe parade was gone through the Major expressed the aotisfaction lie felt at the accuracy of the drill; lie then...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. Whlait admLlanI the pgr·iCt Ilterrry froedom to Oorreposdont, our colunmu will IM opon only to . tah oommlunictions as shall bo olearly wrltton iI.,pparately eltxprusd, an of luol or gonern introt; In no wiNe boldllng uIrslves mlaullsllle for any opinllps tllt inity bO noyed tllorlin.
YOUNG MENS' MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
YOUNG MENS' MUTUAL IXM. - PROVEMENT CLASS. o The above Society held their annivereary on tea meetiOt at tile Baptlst Church on Wednes. r day last which; as usual, was remarkably well i attended. At least two iludred sat down to tan exrellent repast provided by tie class taind over which, Its also in the asubsequent pro . eedings, Cite Itevdt. W. Tranter presided. The proceedings were opened iy tile binging, ) "o yield not to emptatiron". And here le as no tice the nmatrkerd Improvement that was . apparent nto both the voca, and lestrutoental to dlepartment. A yelrer soago wadvised tile R, Ctoir to study vocal tusto as a stenlct., with vr out wticIh we predicated for theta but lilmitedi t success. Apparently ouer advice Lea been a- taken for the parts were well sustainedI Sparticularly in tile biss and eootralto, the t ite tenor being perhalps a little woea . With g practice we tre quite prepredr to give theo is thnIa over any other In the town of Pt'olaed. SSo omuch for the sinking ...
Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
Portland Lighted up with Gas (T!o ihe Editor of the Portland Guardian. Sia,-In my last letter on this subject was most desarous of shewing the udvan tago that would eccrue from a specnlativ point of view to a company. I will now with your kind permission, occupy a furthe space in your columns, and attemrpt to alieo the advantage which will accrue to the con nrmer. In my last statemeut you wil observe that I have glven 600 consumers a 500 feet at lo.s per 1,000 feeti in giviu that valuation I am guided by thle variou! rates at arious places. Warrumtbool I all given to understand is IJ6. 8d. per 1000 Collingwood, s7. Od.1 Hmierald Hill, 5s. id. Melbourne, 74. Gd.: it it will pay Colling. wood, who have nil their material to coilive from tie river Yarra to tle end of Smlitl street, a distanco ef nearly three utiles, how much more will the advantage be? to L'ort. land who can lhave tie coal landed lire rIo tile same rate as itn Melbourne-captalns ol vessels would only be too glad to lie...
SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
SEIPPING. PORT -OF PORTLAND. A tru Vl¢".. December 15--Rob Itoy, steamer, 593 tons Captan. A.ldrews, ifron, etboutne, ria Bclfret and ' Warnromln?w. Saloon - For Warrnamlopl-DMr. J. 11. Frnnris, Mr. A. 1'. Kniht Mis? McConnell, Miss Mlillsnm, Mr shelbeck, Master R?blsoni, Master Selby, etelsrs. ',. M.. Norman, IT. Cameron, J. Chlristir, W. T. teith,and 7 in steerage. For Belfast-Mrs Fer uson, Mi.s E.astwood. For Portland-3Mr. and Mrs. It. Ilety, Misses Ilaggeltntn (2,) Mir. T. Maxwell. ir. Gull fnyle, Miss Cole, and 11 in the steerage. From Warrnambool to Portland--Mir. A. SI. Shephard. From Belfact to Portland-3Mr. Alexander, Mr. Stead. 'The sehooner Expert, Gibson master, left telnourne on Tuesday the 13th Inst., passed the Iteids at 10 .an. on Wednesday the 13th; had light variable winds to the Otway, fromnt thence moderate s.w. winds. Arrived at Portland at noon on Sunday 17th lnst. - - - - -OAILLD. Dec. 19-Itob Rtoy, steamer, for Melbourne Per Rob Roy, str., from Melbourne. 8 p...
The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, WATER SUPPLY FOR PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
arie (!u ri n, WITH WHICH is INCORPORATED Tae PORTLAND EXPRBES." To Protect our Rights - ot to Infringe upon these of Other,. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. WATER SUPPLY FOR PORT LAND. THROUGH the courtesy of Mr. W. CLAPrAt . Shire Secretary, we are en. abled to lay before the Borough Council and those of our townspeople who take an interest itl such municipal matters. a report on water supply submitted to the Portlandshire Council in 1859, and prepared hurriedly by Ihe late Mr. Jun. BARRow, who at that time acted as engineer to the Portland Road Board. Since Mir. BAnnow'B report some fresh facts as regards water supply have been elicited from surveys made, still there is sufficienlt in the memoranda to make it of interest to the town and district. The interest attaching to the Walook or Double Corner Swamp is increased since the Government, after survey, have determined to make it the reservoir from which the railway engines at the Portland terminus of the Portland and Hamilton line are to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PENTON W. IILL, Surveyor and Architect, Sr Aso * SURVEYOR under the TRANSFER'OF LIAND STATUTE. Offices at E. Cumming"' Timber Yards * Percy-atreet, Portland. Mrs, Henry .Balding; S 5 YEARS AMATIIUR PRACTITIONER OF IHOMCEOPATIIY, " Love Dean Cottage, - ilurd.atreet, Portlaond Con?sLTur o Ilouns-Prom 10 to G, . Hardwood Timber. : LARGE assortment of Sawn T mber •. from the DENS SAW. MILL con stantly on hand. Orders executed with despatch. E.DWIN CUMMINGS, - . Agent for SMessrs Price, Sons & Co. To WOOLGROWERS and FARMERS. T 1E underigned is a buyerof a nd Sheepaklins, Or. will make cash advances on same, 7 whether for sale in Melbourne or shipment to laondon. Shipping expenses on all Produce at current rates. P. W. SIItEVILL, 'Successor to Thomas Must. - Portland, 6th November, 1876. " MISS DUFF, Milliner and Mantle Maker, GAWLER STREET, P ORTL?AN D, . ITRNDERIS her sincere thanks to'friends j". and customers for the support given her since commencing b...
RAILWAY EXTENSION TO THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
RAILWAY EXTENSION TO' TIlE BORDER. On Thursday'evenlng a public meeting, convencld by tile lMayor In accordance with a requoialtilp of ratepaySers, wan held in the Cuuncil Chamber, Commercial-street, "to consider thile udvlsahlty of mnemorllsiag th GovernlIent to extled the RIlvoll ay railway to the Border." T'here was u fair attend alcre. Mr. J. Watson, J. P., Mayor of Mount Gamlbler, took the chair, Ito said tile slbject of railway extnsito from Mount Gambler to thu liorder was one of great ilplortaonco to us here, inasmucih ano It would connect us with Victoria, the most populous clonhy In Aus tralls. This was a prodteitg district,especo lally of fat tock, and uniting it with a centre of population like Victoria would girve ita grCater market. The Ceiger the access to large markets the better for us. A union bly rail withl Victoris would iocrease the value of property and prQdcltoe n tlhe dilstriol. Mr. J. Ingleby, M. P., said, Mr. \Vard, Minlisterof Agriculture and Educatilon, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
SBEAUVAIS and Co., FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENTS Gawler Street. Portland. Goods rsceeved and forwarded to oevry part . of Victoria. . Freights and other charges paid. Exte slve' stone' and Iron roof bullding for storage of goods.; Charges reasonable. Carriers constantly on the road to and from ..Pordand. Portland Permanent Building and Investment Society. (Incorporated under the Buiilding Societies A... ct, 1874.) A PPLICATIUNS for Shares will be . received 'at the Society's ofcces, Percy-street, on rid after Monday next from P1 o'clock to 1 p.ni, daily,copies of the rules many beobtained at the G'uardian office, and from ... ...DACOMB,. Becretary. Portland,:Sth September 1870.. .: CF.' Crouch & Co H AVE JUbT RIECEIVED a full Ssupply aof E.rocerlese. Wines. Spirits. &c " . ......e, &c. Also patterns of DINNER and BREAK FAST SERVICES, which can be had in any number of ,pieces to suit purchasers. reakages can boreplaceod. " F'or: IBa.Le. 3O J9 ACRES of...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
-MISCEL LANEOUS. The muredor of Mrs. Atso-lastings; near Mornington, is still involved in mystery, and as yet there does not appear to be a tittle of direct evidence against WVm. Hastings, her husband, whois In .custody on suspicion of having committed the crime. It will be remembered that the evideneo given at tilhe inquest by Mr. Dimock; medical prac titioner, residing at Miondngton, respecting the post-morion appearances of the body of the deceased woman, was of a very in definite and unsattafactory character, and that Mr. Candler therefore requested Dr. I'elld, of Melbournm, to make a second ex amination of te body. Amongatotherstate ments, Mr.' Dimock said that 'the whole of the Internal organs were completely gone, through decomposition, with the excep tion of a small portion of the liver, and that owing to their absence he was unable to state exactly what was the cause of death. He had, however,' evidently made but a very superficial examination of the remsainsfor Iis evidenc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
S Wairtuambool Steam Navigation Company Limited. S THE NEW STEAMSHIP Ci v. . TiHOMPSON, LEAVES MELBOURNE' Irr Warrnsambool, Selfsa, and Portland O. T UESDAYS, . sAILING FOR MELBOURNE . rorm Portland , FRIDAY MORNING, FOUR A.M. (VW eaer permitting). FA. RES. aloon ... £l 5 0o Return £2 0 0 ore Cabin 010 0 ,, o 15 0 Children under 13 years, haltf fares. staun Ttkseti available for Onae onthb Passe?gers are respectfully requested to obtain their tickets at this office,and shippers to make early application for space. Bbats in attendance to convey passengers free of charge. Not tesponsible for passengers' luggage unless entered as cergo. No claims against the Company .;will be entertained unless made within three (3) d ays after vessel's arrival. nrelght at current rates. W. P. Anderson, A gent, P Pontrsn rd October, 1874. COBB S & CO. PORTLAND TO ARARAT. C', OACHES leave slac's Hotel, J Portland, daily, Sundaysexcepted, at 7 p.m., running via IHeywood, Condah, Branxholme, and H...
RECORD IN WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
RECORD IN WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL. The following is a true copy of a record dated A.D. 1192:-. s. d. To solderinng and repairing St Joseph 0 8 cleaning and ornamenting ye Holy Ghost .........0 8 repairing ye Virgin Marye before and behyne, and makynge a new chydle ... ... .. 4 8 screwynge a nose on ye Devyl, putting a horne on hys hede, gluynge a byt on his tayle ..5 6 11 6
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 December 1876
CRICKET. The second match of the season for the Murray Challenge Cup was playedi on Satur dlay last, between the clubs of Ilamiltion and Portland, the scene of the contest being tile lHamilton Cricket Ground. Tile Portland eleven left the previous afternoon, reaching Ilraxholmno late in the evening, where the few hours of the night were spent. They left Dranxholme about 1i a.In., reaching lamillton for Breakfast, when linost Pilvn's excellent fare was done justice to. After breakfast, a move was made for the con vincing ground, and at ten the players were ready for action. Mr. F. Allan was chosen as captain for Portland, and Mr. Itippon ofellat.ed for lHamilton. Mr. C. E. Evans acted as umpire for Portlantd in the place of Mr. Archer, who was called upon to supply. the vacancy in the eleven caused by the alsencc of Mr. J. Allon, Mr. Shields standing for Hamnnilton. F. Allan winning the toss, sent lai opponents to the wickets; Walters and Bloomlileld taking the wickets to the bowling...
CHASED BY A TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
calSED pl A TIEREL. W~Vnl thie, fugtiW*. .',had .proceeded some six leagues be th(ught he beard the distant roar of the animal, and 'n shidder ran th'obgh' lii. 1,4'io roar , the tier resembles ..the, screech'of .the hog, but is prolonged, sharp, and piere. irig and'ev'en"when there is no becasioti for fear 'auses ki 'inv6oluitl'rytreiotr o theL. no5Ve, en if, the .flts, huddered enacioutsly at the menace of, death. 'bhe roaring was heard clea'asid nearer. 'The tiger was ailready upoii' the trail of the 'i?uak,i wio saw no refuge: but Rsm?all carob tree at a great distance: lie had to quicken his pane,'and finally tai riini fir the roars behifid him begia'to fyllow, eachother more ringing than the .last. At leugth, flinging his riding gear to the side of. the path,'the gaucho turndd to tle tree which' he bad 'noticed',h aod i spite of the weakness of. its truitk, .li?ppily quite a tall one, he suceeded" in clambering to -its' top, and keoping hImimelf hhitfconcealed .mopg 'itse'bing...