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ORIGINAL POETRY. LOOKING BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
r ia IGINAL POETRY, :-i I. ,.Jý[NO R.ACY. ' The hopes and the aspirations .ThatWe'fad in 'otherlyears Have Dpqeld.Aike .the airy castles That fungy;i?l splendour rears. SW-thaou?rlht of a noble futuro, Ofl m anti of beingA lreat; Lifd seemed all stirwri wlth roses, '?IbAc.lee Wore no thernesof altte. , Beut the.Iorld and tltiie have taght us - "-. -Thettodoeanm Is not to be;' And thorns we have fountd and brambles Sl,,)Wl.fWere-the path seemed smooth and free. ' h)bld not the oriourioldplaces h"?fiit pce we hied hopetl to fll; Sihdnowweare "past lambitiod, :j'iHad Vro ded lfables still. r'Om th heIp? of y7otli we have partedi '"W'obyigo dowh quitt streamns-- . One flrht'ih tho'wbrld's hard battle Sqo1no acattcrod our'airy dreams.' The topes .nd the apliratlooi That daasted Our eager youth, ,,.r d ,,?' ,.-l s ofl.o ,. . toile.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
ADDITIONAL INhFORMATION wORi TUN ?WUIUO. T" The mall -fr Duotmoor. ao4Drolk Dalk leaves IHeywoo st al ama. ua WYedduoday. and' laturday. and arlveala Beywuod ur 'Tuoads?. mud Friday to tIme tocatthl. the l'oolafLd wail. Latters should be pouted for thes. plaes In P'ortland, on 'I'ueaIdayLa7.80 lltp 1$' i?miday at 0.110 Iflmr it ..r.. A mail Is now earrl.Ie between Jowif ta ltriorwator'and Mouuaie (Mount Wleltntaudj by ila realdetnt, probably on the days-O > alyinmol atilt dorlpIura of tlhl Piftla id I*Ja(II The lle0 Itast lln of omall Meares P'outland' at? 7.111. to Turalay and Siuturda, Intatd' of 0 m.111. 0u befor., arriling at lIolasi at a 1.11. 'Ihe lreturn mull canoe UielllUst*''·' u.ai,, arriving tit I'urtlald at 3, p~m;' " ' N.Ii.-1iio ulglht udlivery of 'Melliourne tmd 'lnllno ullt1u1111 will take place ht th.Il Iaa?-ulllcu wludow dally ait 7..W 'pU . mzcept Mlliday, to wail arrlivng tllut inay *it i'rinted nod puablishod *bjr..tlle proipoatora' WILLIAM CodL rza and 0. II...
PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
PORTLAND 'POS!-OFITWB,'T~ TABLE.;:...` MAILS AL&UV1FII ..:.( .., Melbourne; Geelong, .eraa I rlµa a Mo s ,Iliamniua, Cuirdah, lrsanholmte, Isjywoed,. Mlyuayn, daigy, at- Lp.mo.r (oa.Muwday at I mtu.) Caaterion, Sandford Coleraine, )fa14.to, Dlgby, Ilolapur, lHeywood, Tuesday,, Tbwa day snd Saturday at b pa.. J'W'dV Ieliast, Waruanbuuel, Nsrrawung; aim. buak.l Tyrendarma, St. -llUeieus, )ouodb radi SrhtayaLt iJ'.w. . !., ,. Sr ,!z l . 0 Jiradgewater, Wednesday at 5.5 p.05. MALLS CLUSt:-1ust'.. Mclb9urne, (celung. Ballarat, Ararat, 1lt LoLuu, Urauirliuluo, OuudaI,, 1Q· wugd h1,acuyu, daily, ~Saadayja. slCeptad ac 64C p.m · Hleywood, ilote;mr, Digby, Metino, 0910. rotae, Seud lrd, Caatetwm0 TuaadaJ, Tkum., Tyreudara, 8L. Uuels.M Yuadayoaud Yridaya at 7.4.s p.m. . ..I Blridgewater. Tesalay i 7.45 p.m.!. UMO. IL OALI)W5J4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
BEAUVAIS and Co., FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENTS Gawler Street. Portland. Goods received and forwarded to every part of Victoria. Freights and other charges paid. Extensive stone and Iron roof building for S ?orage of goods. Charges reasonable. Carriers eonstallly on (te road to and jrom Portland. Portland Permanent Bulilding and Investment Society. (Incorporated under the Building Societies Act, 1874.) A PPLICATII)NS for Shares will be received at the Society's offices, Pcrcy-slreet, on and after Monday next from 12 o'clock to 1 p.m. dolly, copIes of the rules tnay be obtalned at the Guardian oiBee, and from fE. DACOMB, Secretary. Portlandtl. 8th September 187110. C.:F. Crouch & Co.. _H AVE JUST RECEIVED s full supply of Groceries. Wines, Spirits, &c., &c. Also patterns of DINNER and bREAK FAST SiERVICES, which can be had in any number of pieces to suit purchasers. Brcakages can he replaced. For *? Ea1e. 353 ACHES of LAND, seituated at 35 ? Bridgewat...
THE OUT-GOING MAIL FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
TB OUT-GOING MAIL FOI E ?GLAND. The times. appointed for ciosiaig the over. Innd mails at the Portlanu Postutllec are as follow : For IREGISTERED LETTERS, at 10 a.m., Tuesday, December 26. : For ORDINARY LITTL'r S, via South ampton 'and Brindisi, 6.15 p.m., Tuesday Dtcembler 26. For NIEWSPAPERS, via Southaimpton and Blrindesi,6.15 p.m., Tuesdyl. Duoember 26. MONIEY OItDEHS payablo in the United (il?dom will be Issued up to 3 p.m., on ."r'lay, December 23. Letters ?n &°jI pe'F ia Brindlsl must, be spectily endorsed for transmission by that rotse, and bear the following rates: News,anpere, 3d each,, not exceeding 4 ounces, Litters, ad per half-ounce.
The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATD THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
WITH WIICII IN INCORPORIATrD TIIB 'FORTLAND EXPR~sS.?.: '" Tol Protect our Rightsl.-Aot to Infringe upon thoie of Others. FRIDAY, DI OEMBER 2?. -'. lHRISTm As. 'tIo all our readers "A merry Clhristmas and "apilrlpy New Year." Amidst all the joliflcation of the com ing holidays it is: to, be hoped that the original proclamation of s-" Peace on earth, good will to meln" will not be overlooi'ed. Taking stock at this time we are prepared to say that our town has made in the twelve montlhs past considerable progress, and it is cheour ing to think that the next year is like to bring many additional improve menls.. Portland has ait last been grudgingly recognised by the Govern ment. Anything done for it has been at anl expense of tiale and agitation that some may consider wasted, but which Ies only preparel our people to nuiko still greater exertions in the cause of progress. 'The Guardiao, now in its thlrty.fourth year, has 'lnr taken in the sweets of the town's pro gress, and in the bitt...
FRACAS AT SAUWAROFF ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
FRACAS AT SAUIWAROFF ISLAND. - The Ore-mouth Weekly Argus of lie. comber 8. publishes the following tele grams from Auckland, respecting a dis tnrbance at Saawaroff Island: . A CaLAto D, Nov. 30. The schooner Peerless has been wrecked at Seawaraff 'Ihind,-Hendersna and Mlacfarlane's chief trading station in the Sout Seas Sterodale, well-known for his writinm eon the -auth Sea Islands, acd engaged by Ilendermon and Macfar lane at Sanwaroff, was brought up at Ilyno with a. uumt'ert(.witess-es. under thbe followinig leircumslaucea : L There appears to have been some quarrel between Sterndale and Captain FPrnan des, and the former threatened to shoot Captain Fernandez if he came on the iland. When Captain Fernandez, who had landed, was standing in front 'of his house, Sterudale took up a carbioe ai?d took aim at him. Oneof the'mi~u c.tled out, Fernandez started to rua, arid the shot missed, Ferntandez gut oth tblrd ihlp; and a general arming took plaeeo o shore. A letter was sent to Ste...
RAILWAY SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
RAIL ,'1Y MURVETS.' Slit JA. ? MCCULLo0cu, in tile motion of M. Jonrs, now beflior thet Leginlativd seminbly. for '.peridailnnt survey of t lines sebmitted in the IRailwlly 4: ,structihn Bill, is noting on the Iprit lo of the cir'.w nnd thme pituher, ,h 'le c?nllnot din by Ilght lhe is nttl pig by. leight. It is to bu hope lior?Ito honour of iho roulitry that Mr/ SEIIVlO. will ,succeed in his opponitn to the pjurminient urvcey of the lin from Valrrnnimboo to llnwksis dale, ll?e there is not the moast it,. .tnotoopeet that it will be cu"ried next eseionl. ?l uch us chanlges of G.ovtilent il'e to bo deprlecntedl, we wivoul wulcomao liay chingo that would rid the country of the slumni . mi ltration of Sir JA?res MuCuLL.oni at his tetot. Thlro is not oi? rso. dinllig quality about; the oxistiln inet nlvo its persistency in holdingh by the Tre?uslry benches. >Sir srt?s McCULLoani the leader, of hhn. If, nover yet propounded a policyl II hoe l ovrc been able to do ia td pirate the poli...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTOHIA. MELBOURNE, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
LATEST T EL, GRAMS.. .(vROs ouss OWN c001o?ttPO5ItIXT T-.) . . ITO .' . :MELBOURNE, Decmber 21. A" botcher wicl fined £10 and three glines costs for exposing emlloisted inmet fur. satP,tp rifilan, John Corrigan, talking with.a girl its a friendly manner, asked ithe lian of oispence; lhe resented her refitasl. but sub-eqoently appeared reconciled, and offering to kiss the Kirl before leaving her; he ayasgely. bit'ind slabbd 'her neitr tise heart. WVhent, 5l: Sd.. toi5. 7d1.; floir, £12 f5.; oatR.,Ss.tou S3. 41.; maitre. 34.. .;' Woman named Chaorlotte Jennlinog, 03 years of age, hanged herself lt a shled pt Geelong. T?o bnys went swimming ine adam at Sattdhnrt a'. yountger brother sitting oin the bank told some persons hisl brothe.rs wore hiding from him undtler the witer; the bodies were rescued atter four hours immersion quite dead. ITh Appropriation, Prisons, Publicans, Jillieu, Forets, aend Stoppage, il Transit Bill forwarded t to the Council. The Looel Governimeht Amenlment Bill...
SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
SHIPPING. -" Pont' OF* PvORTLAND. Dteeember 20-Utway, st er 448: ton rpo tal Thompson, from Melbout viet Brrfat and Wtrrnzmhbool_'" - * December 23--LoulAa Walt, three-masted Pihoontr, from Port MBcDonuell. AttILs. Dec. tS-Otway, str., Melbourne. . mronTs. 1'r Otway, steaner, from Melbourne. rO0 sleepers 94 pckp Orerend and lfobb, I do Adamson, 3 do 1oey. J, C. PI Allntlt, 207' do Atderson. do Beath, t1 do Campbell and. Son, I do Camekrn, 16 do Carey,'" 10do Carmichael, 3 do Carruthers, 6 do Cawker, I do Courtle, 45 do Cranage, I do Creighton, I .do C??tctl,..Udo Miss Crouch. 4 do Cue and -Co.-12 -do-Cummlng, 61 do Day, 2 do Dustlnlg,'ill ard Co., I do Finnlgan, 29 do Ford; 53 do Fo.ter, 1 do '1. French,' do H. -french,.12 doaulton, 3 do Grant, I do Grin. Shasr, I do Iaggestton, 8 do E. Ilenty.2 do F. :lenty, I do Herbertson, 22 do Heenan,30 do Ingram, I do Holmes, 8 do Jeffries, 57 do Jelhbart, 2 do Kay, I do- King, 39 do Keillrr and Co., I do ltKhn and Campbell, 1 do Lack m nim 6 ...
PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
. PORTLAND MARKETS. S:Portliud: Wool and. Produce Market. R. Docomb's report.- Wednesday, 20Oth lecemturo 187G.--All tli l16c buyers at tendid'tlie us?l'wcekly-sale of wool, skins, &o.,aod soume Melboueue wool dealers were epreoente4.. Th;I sale -of. sheepkinsn corn nTedabutr;2,0Q0, at. very., fair pr?ces, rangIng up to 5l per lb. for woolled skins, -fld G 4tal?4d'tfor medium. sorte s.waashed skins baled ready for shipmeut brought up to 91d per lb. " Prices current:-Wool, greasy, it A i:bsale 81d; E, 4.bales 8d; O 0, 3 ba?e sad, l.lainbe lid, I bulk of mixel BOi; GJ, I balq 8jd, 1 lambsi 71d, I pieces l4d, I bag locks ld;1E, 2' bellies 21d, 1 locks 2d; RA,1 bug mixed fld, I bag pieces 4d: OM, I bug lid, a bi*.-s13d; T,8 bags hanBdwashLed 4d: O, a bales fleeces 74d, I bale liece su l locks 71d I OT;" l'buldeadcuand mixed 45d. Kangaroo klnsi,' 3d for bruah, good heavy worth Sd to lid-per lb; opossum, Is 6d per dozen; bacon and hams, 6d to bjd per Ib; ildes very dull at 27s 8d ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
* TO'LET.-FU IINISIED. STHOU CO'rI'AGE , Smitch Pet tlnn-l. lIt em Inoeorrnte." .'ur partioulaua apply oti thle prumlie t to. U. S'FI VENS. ART UNIO VICTORIA. J)UJýC, I VwlinGI I. tAhlJCIt;877. j subisur(piituzu un Guineoa. WILLIAh>'CtOOLERh, i'urtlaeee Agcnt. , ..WATTLB.·* DARK.. rIfluE undoretgnod will glve hIglhlet market rut s ,for manyq:annity.of walttur bnrk during tie asunemmur amuan. I DAVID ICAY. 'erttunld, Den., 12tlh 1170. EUCALYPTI ESSENCE. [SEE 1~ ADVIYBIt'IiEJMI7NT.] ON SAC P AT Thuf "Guardian'' .Ofloe, RIPNTINOIC SilllEI1T, PORTLAND. Wattle Bark. r*r1IE ulnldrlliined l e it in urel'un~r at Shigflinvt nmarkeet rules. Liberal cabh eelaennae imimen llehhIrlek-street. Notice. UT lCNCtOroltTll All ntock !nend irne Ljn slsuig on thIer tasast mlutn will ilu eeepoundeed , sad any nun rcnlaing itock lterefrom *witboUt' luing nbtlv, .ill. , be p'orctCttid T1IOSeIl]EMIP S. ' U? r t"J. C A L. . a(dokhYa. ;T .THE A C. - EA P S:T-, HOUSE; ,IN ..VIN S _COR-NER, OF PERGY AND -CENT...
OPINIONS OF THE MEDICAL PRESS. PHYSICIANS AND CHEMISTS ABOUT RIGOLLOT'S MUSTARD LEAVES. Medical Times, February 8th, 1868. RIGOLLOT'S MUSTARD LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
OPINIONS OF TH1E MEDICAL PRESS. PIrIsCIAns AND C|EMIISTR AnOUT RIoLLOT's USTArnnD LEAVES. Medical Timer, Pebruary ath, 1868. RIGOLLOT'S MUSTARD LEAVES. 32 Ilenrietta street, Londom. In our lost..rte ..c ilia'"Academy of u..a?,,,, we said we would refer apin to the account presented by M. AmnehardahLon behalf of AM. Rtluollot, about a new ftu?rot einspilm. On reading said observations,our readers will certanltl find that we have been right in publishing them in exteiao, because it is seldom that pharmaoulogy gains such happy imnprovements a those described in IM. Itigollut's note. The Affect of said im. provement will not only be to make in every respect enler andl more eficacious the ap phcation of alnapiems, but this advatsage will carry along with it another very impor. tant o',e to wit: the extelsion. of ithe repulsive medlcation, a very powerful means in a great number of affectilons where pain is tihe preduwinating symptom, and wblch very uoften is not wade use of on account of...
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
I The Clriltmaa and New Year's Day holi days were anlncou ed in a supplement to the qaeer.1arenl .GuaooIle They. aro.as, fllnws*, IhMostay, I ti~elber~di 'Tu~dsf,'De b - her 26 0 Monday, January I T'iueaday, '£1 'tmlo~n, slaer brig Cbrl has Oems to her enl, tlhe men engaged in breaking her up at BIff Haltrbour havrlng reached the keel. The Syd.ey Ebbitrj Ner'wiedyd :t i sall over the vesdel thie breakera-up dicovered bullets 'embedded in her tilinhbers, and in one part they foulid that a cannon ball hlad beenr through heIr, an Indicntion that at thle date of the Mourt and Morris massacre she was not new to the slate trade, ard. had beeu an objeet of hero to one of hLgr Majet's cruisers. " ' A telegranm InS theArgrof !tile 19th inst., bearine date Sandliurst, 18th, says -lt''he funeral of.MTr. iHenry Ilattm, laie mayor of Snldhitstr, tieok pcc thois a/ft rrbion 'and was very largely l'alterldleI. h1'e Odl,: TempIeilrnc', and Long thny l5it' tirigade-,' ate meltran e' .ia Is ~I T'utlq...
FIJI ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
.. IoI'IF L JSYoANDS., r' r.. By the--Paciald mail steamihip City of Syduey .w. havo.news. to the 12th of NTvebebor . His Hlonor Mr. Justice Gorrie nihd several of the Lands Coolnissioners arrived from Iteow In a small.cutter hout. Ills Lordship, as at Taviunl, lust no time iu hlaving the various land titles brought.before the Com mialsion settled in a satisfactory manner. His .Excellenoey. in ' B.M.S. Nymsphe, arrived it. Vuna '6olt,Tavionl, on Noveo her 19,'and weas toi meet a noumber of planters on the d0th. About the. 23rd be was to be It the chiefs' meeting at Waikaiva, and will return to Levuka about the 7thll instant. The ship Goolwa arrived at Kandaru on the 19th November froni London, after' a passage of 100 dsyt.,. Shie brought C passen gers ahd'a general cargo of merchandise. Mr. Kenneth M'Rae, thle permanenit manager of the Bank of Now Zealand, at Levulk, hlas arrived. - We ihavenmoh plmtiumre Iu reverting to a certaun produce obtainable from, our group, .via. thiat of a...
TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
TABLE TALK. Nortro '.To Prlacrlc N AND O Lraaecsa-e - Old licensea mnst be loftith the Clerk 'of thle Court to enrbhlo hinto prepnre list for tile l4cirnsing MNagie ltm before next liceqsing day, 28111 iiat. JErrY Worn.s.L-Mesers. Stewartand4o. contractors for widening and strengthening the north jetty, are now progreivingrir very satisfactory manner. The widengll up to the btout shed is well forwird, ae when that part in done; and thi reile Isidr trucks can pane t itlhoutl, as atpreaetilate ferig with tirhe progress of the work, The loading alnd idlaloaling of veels of latea I been a work ofrextremediftculty to lhter. ee., butt iufortunrately they wereot Ibh ronly eiffereres ti-theworkm"or e 'y?t it the contractora, as well as the g?ral pbe lie, had to urbmit to indonvienac. fa f? the jettyimprovementu ippea?f t fi rst oharrateor for workinmasehip ad ..ale ril .lrd wihen all is comrpleted, inoeeUel faell. ties will be given totlhose'who conduct lth trade of the port. A shelter shel...
COLONIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
CIL.NI.a r. IHANK.-It will b? ueal a otni lIlvoiti.temllltl tlllt a brllnch ofl the Cololnbil Iit tit, iUnUOlrpnritI by at oal f Collnnil 4tl ?i,,nallital .'1,00.000, iwill b opllenl?dl li Julllol tre?lt, PaoIlanal, Ill the Iwelllknltwn p.nt?ian of Mr. Illolty, aunlor the milalllemenl tofll .t1 r. Greonlatirt, or onle of li oflianors oll the 411 day of Janulary lneat. There 1a eor. tIlilly nmlUie protaptOtL in then ftllrn of lart. land whlen anothelr hankau in etanbll?ll?d. Thl adlverliselmelt ilntlon thit the Juli0 atrantl promiaea are only teloIa)polrra, pntll. inl the eretoloi ofl it a?ttnllannt buiilllllag. WVe blileov It is dflllilely Rentlln, ai already annoulncld, thullit 3ahefaiuld'l coiller will be the silo for the permanent prrmieen, and wit the town Rrowlil in that dirm). Lion rapidly, no sitie for oouvenleuo could be hettler selected.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
NEW SOUTH WAIEl. In spenkinii f lherlsnaon and the amp/, tlet - ?uduey Mul! ysay:--In the metrolpolitan dis tricr nut clhange has tliken place in the weather furthetr ticti the proriesailvey higher temlilers. lure due oil the approach towards midsummer. Ni, ralt Itas falle., during the last fiormalshi. Still the tahltocks, plantations, and glrdl?;. tot ot.nhlleiely "wellt tile)' must, hoew w piil1 lose theilr verdnlr.. If tIe Ipreesentrte l, eviIpor)tian lgoM on withiutany compensatinl supply iof moisture. The stone fruit Is comltm ea into llarkLetI as yet tIherer Is but a smasll ptf portion well rown anlid the supply Is limited. Tile r ilpyr rril retai their healthy condilltion tlhn ylelds of fruit promise to be large. The hidy Ioarv?et is over, and f rmer? are bClngildt to ta cmploelion thoe wieg of late' crops of oticr and sargllum.:' Silgnor SiHootItli. lits lately finished - beautlfltl metllion In marble. It Is thehelad ito I of te le i t (ate mmodore Goodenok.fln Iand ilnt tee...
PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. (Before J. Trangmar, Esq., J.P., and P. W. Shevill, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
PORTLAND POLICE CliURT.. WKaoneoA?, DAoT ? 4clm ·P . (Before J. Trannmar, Esq.. J.PG ad P; . i. Soevill. Esq., J.P.) vi C 1i , Sergeant Dempster v. Orceard.4 Allow. ilug a gmritiasce' to exiut on hiiie, emL es4 Fined 6s., in default 48 hlours', ' iqpri?ou. Ienllt. (Bliforo J. Trengmnr. Es?.,.J,P.) % I Co?,ist.ldu Irvino v. James Carrol" : A Courtable Irvine sworn, said :--A lit( beo1me 7 a.m. yesterday morning I' found the prihouor wandering in the street; I irkedt him whore thi swag was;: tie said in lhad Ionee; I: believe ie .is eufllesi-i bloin min effes?t of Istink: I asked him If hie lind any money; lie snid no, and tlhat,!. was veR hungsiry; I looked him up; :he.i ihad nothing on lim;: I think his 'mtnd is effectedI thilolngh drink; lie marlle na mrii ' ; iof rumlling stateents. nid said tllt hla tlut boeln in thle loak-up at.GOelong;. clasigc him with vlgrlnli?y. v .-. , Il' imolner was eaitenoed to ten day' it-,: primonment in II.M. OGol, with hiard labour.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876
ADvIcE' TO LOVERS."-' Wben "you '.!_ wl-bc rcU ro lasgt train kt'tiigbt lake e 'busn f,ttend. MiARBLE GRANITE MONU S3IENTS OF ALL KINDS. .KERIBING & IRON RAILINGS MARBLE AND ENAMELLED CIIIMNEY PIECES,' SM PINTONSS TESSELATED PAVING : TILES, Chamber's and Clutton's, Great Lonsdale and Stephen's Streets, MELBOURNE. M'CAW, ADAMSON & CO., tI ETURN their hearty thanas for past Ib .:fvura,;and beg to announce that t the £ dNT?5INUE to CA?IBRY ON the BUSINESS Auctioneers and General Pro. duce Brokers, At their rooums, 29 Little Collins street I Their WEEKLY AUCTION SAI?. is held Ssever. WEDIIESI)AY; Wheat, Flour B rley; Oats, liopo, Luaf Tubaeco, &e., at half-paot I; antd t lese., utter, 11uars, Bacon, &c, at rhalf-pst 12 o'chtck. Every .drescription of Farm, Dairy, and other ruoduce received, assorted, and dis. * posed ,of to the best advantage; the luug ex. perience and practical knowledge of the firm, together with the strictest attelntlun to the reustur'...