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AUSTRALIAN LARGE ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

AUSTRALIAN LARGE ESTATEB. , e,; A'ýi.eply to theargmnlet'th (sit:lArgo e.tatcl in V. illr.il netcausnee t nlpprolh, ninlo on thle eore4if, itidjiloly,?asir'ompr?rd wlill the 4ce Iimnll!,Oalon t <lcr l ad i utliiropie Seneirlly. nt il lant we lue on relinon it onl eluqe I on the oliys.e of fonllllifn ill il earlytynec of lritiI?.l Illttry ft that Ile nlle will happen hre'snyi:-Further on, however, we. are nseurei thnt the ioggregntion of large areas in few Ilhands in this country is not regre~in' to nay extent. 'The fact, however, is otherwIse, as the figures given by the , writer hi elf sllow. And whlen eounty is taken of what has ibeen .tready aocomplislled by land monopollsts in the most fertile parts of the conltry, nltamely, II the Western Districts, It will be seenC thlt the dangerl Ils imenlenict of the peollc being shutt olit nltogether froml the possession of the ?oll. We live now before its otn laulhentle list of lthe owners of large Oestatles, tlogietheri with t...

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SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

SHOCKING RAILiWAY ACOCI . DENT. A terrible aeeideet, attenlded" with loss of lifo, bocurred on Monday the 4ith Inst., ,l the Ararat and I(Hmilton. Itdlway.' about, ten ,milesfrom Ararnt, near Mr. John ,Crouch's farm., A ballast train beloqging to tlhe onp. tractors, Messrs.' Overend. iadd Robbh, was coming. along.at a' good pace 'with' tiro' G 'vernaiont trucks In front of the engine drid 'ilk or seoven' balla trucks behind, when 'a young oroe tried to cross the lind imnime dlately in front.' It"; was knooked' down under the trucks, which ware throirn off the Iine. The engine folloied oild, aame.to ina tlandstilll right' aeross the rolls. ;Tho.tonlder was' thrown over. ontrits sido,,i Thollballset trucks were broken sup plmrq or'o less, andit ecattored,to lio,riglt,.an~,left.'. On theso trucks weore 0 or moro.nv'sytdl retiirning to their liomes:.' Of tliese, tw'o were killed, and D,.or 10 sereuiosly. injured,. Mri 'W.i?Ir?tt, fr(mo wh6m' I hIoe"tLln' acro'nt', nlssuper. tionddnt'of'...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

CRICKET. Tihe firt mantc of the season for thie pat session of the Murray Challengo Cop wail played between the Hlamilton and Coleraina clubs, on the ground of tile latter, on tile 2nd instant, and resulted in a decided victory a for the HIImilton eleven by 37 runs. fBout a clubs were represented by strong team, anRd Ifamilton had a decided acqulsitionl int tile a person of Mr. Rippon, who is not only ar I excellent all-round player, but a gentleman well qualified to fill the position of captain, and it was greatly to thle tact and judgnient displayed by ltit in this capacity on Satnr I day that the llamilton club now owe tile pos 6 session of the trophy. The game, which on e this occasion was played ott mattingt-a great t improvement on tle wretched rough gtound --commenced shobrtly before ten o'clock, the s respective captaini, Watts and Ripponn; gI (ong for Innings. Tito former having won I tlhe toss, sent this oppolenttt to tihe wickets Steady Ilay y was the order of1 the day, a...

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F. HENTY'S PRIZE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

F. HENTY'S PRIZE CUP. The second competition for thie Francis Ilenty Cup took place at the South Butts on Saturday ith, and resulted Jt Sergeant F. WV. Stokes making .tho highest seoeo on' that occasion. 'Thle following is' the core:r' Rank anti Namo 0 Idp Tall, Sergt. F. W. Stokes 28. .26 22 S, 76 Q.,rp;, t.Edrich .... 25 20 20 .3 68 Sergt. II. IayMrrd 20 22 19 S. :67 ar.P.Rotw... .' 2L ?3 1D S. : G Gr.'R:.Trlakey.,. 25 16 11 5 67 Or. J.. Johntloe.. 25 19 4-*2 S. 56 Sergt. S,Sfllhllalrd 22 7 9 4 43 r. J. 'hilip .. 2 2 7 Q 42 Or. It. Ierbertson 18 0 11 3 41 Lhctt.. -Vino .. 18 4 13 3 288 Leult. IE.'iMntrAinig 22: 3 5?1 4 .'34 Gr. G.-Findlty .20 6 2 3 '31. Gr. T. i['lay ... 1I 0 7 31

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

DIED.   BLACK.- Suddenly, on 21st inst., at Cork- hill, Cape Bridgewater, Joshua Black, aged 76 years ; deeply regretted.

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Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor qf the Portland Guardian.) iat-In my last letter on this subject I was most desirous of shewing the advan tage that wou!d accrue from a Rpeculative poInt of vlew to a company. I will now, with your kind permission, occupy a further apace In your columns, and attempt to show :o( advantage which will accrue to the con sumer". Jw..py last statement you will observe that I (7 fo given 600 consumtrs at 500 feet at 0lo. pet 1,000 feet; In giving that valuation I am Polded by tho various rates t anrions places. e Varrnambool I an; given to understand In 10o. ed. per 1000, Colllngwoodl, 7s. Od. I Etnerald hill, 5. ld.; Melbourno, 7s. Od.; if It will pay Coiling wood, who Ihave all their avtterial to convey from tihe river Yarra to uile end of Smltlh street, a distance of nearly lthree miles, how nuehl moro will the advantege be to Port land who can have the coal '.znled here at the same rate as In Melbourne-captalnt oft vosols would only be too g...

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THE OUT-GOING MAIL FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

THE OUT-(OOLG MAIL FOR ENGLAND. The times na olnted for closing the over. land mails at the Portland Post-office are as follow : For ItEGISTELED LETTERIS, at 10 n.m., Tusdlay, Deumber 26. For ORDINA)IY L?TT'ERS, via South ampton and Irludisl, 6.15 p.m., Tuesday December 20 For NIEWSP4PERIS, via Southampton and Brindisl, 6.15 p.m., Tuesday, December 26. DMONEY ORtERltS payable In the United Kingdom wil be Issued up to 3 p.m., on Saturday, December 23. NML VIA IIINDlS. Letters and Newspapers via Brindisi must, be specially adorned for transmission by that route, and bear the following rates: Newspapers, 3d each, not exceeding 4 ounces, Letters, 9d Oer half-ounce.

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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 26. ANOTHER RAILWAY TO OUR BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

wrr w? T r IT' 1 INOCORPORATED TEHE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights - Not to IfrinWo upon those of Others; . TUESDAY, DOCEMBPIE 2`.. ANOTHER RAILWAY To OUR " BORDERn. WV.- observe from'the Borled', Wac?o that a public meooting was hold ip Gam. bierton on Wednesday last at .the in. stigation of Mr. INOLEBY, M.P. for the south-east, to discuss several matters of local and general interest. The upshot of this mooting is a requisition to the Mayor of Mount Gamnbior, signed by twenty of the most influentid residents in the town and district, to convene a public mooeting, in the words of -the advertisement, "to consider the 'advisa. " bility of momorialising the. Govern. , mont to extend the Iivoli Bay " railway to .the border, and for other , purposes," and this meeting is to be bold on Thursday next, the '14th inst. The railway policy of South'Arstralia during the past:four or: five. years has been a striking illustration of the old fable of the hare and the tortoise. While we...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

.t. o W. learn that .\fr. Gll.siter rivesR a , qadrille party on B zing niight in the Orderly Itsm. Cliff-street. If the weather continues as at present, there will. be several picnic. parties abrond, to the * pleasure f which a dance itt the eveniag f .will form an agreeable wind up. ' CamntoswA-On Saturday evening tle. r shols ind stores all through the town I showed symbi.ls of Christmas, the lighting f tip in most cases affording indications of great Istee. There was egad) business doing in most phaces up to 10;p.m,, and w hat with sightseers and purclhase, things looked decidedly lively. Clniatmas Day furuished the niual contingontt of chulrchgoers, and BDoing Day its usual programme of horse-racing and other oat of door exercises held suitable to, the season. Christnmas may now be said to he settled, and our next satornnlia will be in welcome of the I~rerP New YEAn.. PonTLrMaD. GUARDIAN.StEET ALMA.LtC; -- -o meet the views of subscriters and patrons of the Petrtuul es Guard:ll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

For Private Bale. ITWO half-acre allotments adjoining one L another. In the township of lHeywood, on one of which is ereced i guod two*roomed house. The land, which Is of first-rate quality, is fenced and cleared,, and h.a seecu under crop. The loute will be sold together or separately. Title perfe t. Terms moderate. Apply at the . . S .. GUIDIAN"OFFICE. I'ortland Permanent Buillding and Investanent; Soclety;', (Incorporated under the Building Societies , ,.. :,I 'Act, 1874) -. ' 4PPLICATIi)NS for" Shares' will ' be . received i nt the isseletycs: ofcees, Percy-street, on and aftcr Monday nexl'from 12 o'clock to l p.m. dilly,coides of 'thi ruies may be obtainLe at the Guardiahn oulc, and fromi : ; E. DACOMIJ, Secretary. Portland, 8th September 1870. C. F. Crouch & Co H AVE. JUSIT RIECEIVED a ful r sulpply of Grocerles. Wines, Spirits, &e., &c. Also patterns of DINNEIt and ItEAIK FAST S1ERVICES, which can be hadt in any number of pieces to uit purchasers. Brea...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

ý- ..CZ1PEWZUALA1A' a Tie weather thlolighout the colony during the last week has been unusually warm. A cheese factory has been established at K.irpoi. . A tramway is toI be laid down inSouth Duoedin. A lew coal-mine has been opened at Maareamr, near Auckland. At tie Keime, where a new gold-field is expected to be opened, some quartz eelected there has been tested without the slightest si~rs o.rold beingbtalaiied.' The PariaPasja Iron Conipiny, near Nel son. have decided not to wind up, but to increase their capital by £100,P00,: and to carry on operations. Mr. G. Gaul. a photographer at Chrit church, committed suicide by taking pol eon. Mnr. and Mrs. Hall are travellftidg throglh this colony, and are meeting aitlr consider. able success. The following extracts from papers brought by the Wakatipu (s.),dfrom Wel lincton : "Mr. Ormond bus consented to join the Miunistry. In a speech delivered at Napier, on the 24th ultimo,.referring to the Ali,,ieterial chances consequent upon the re...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION TO THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

RAILWAY EXTENSION TO THE BORDER. On Thursday evening a public meeting, convened by the Mayor in adcordance with a requlsition of ratepayera, wasa held in the O.uncil Chamber, Comnmercial-street, " t consider the advisability of'memorialising the Government to extend the ivouli Bay railway to tlhe Border." There was a fair attend ance. Mr. .. Watson, J. P., Mayor of Moutnf Gambler, took the chair. HIe sold the snbj'c of railway extension from Mount Gambler it the Border was one of great importance to in here, inasmuch as it would connect us intl Victoria, the most populous colony hi Arus trallo. This was a producing district, espcc lully of fat rtock, and ultting it with'a centre of population like Victoria would gie its greater market. The easier the access to large markets the better for us. A unhm by rail with Victoria would increase the' valu of property and produce in tile district. Mr. J. Ingleby, M. P., said, Mr. Ward Minister of Agriculture and Education, wher at Deniliquin a...

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A PHILOSOPHICAL COLOURED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

A1'PILOSOPIso CAL COLOURED MAN. :'AV elderly coloured man, with' a very philosophlcsl and retrespective caet of conn'teince,. was equuting upon his bundle on the burricunes-dek ,of one uf the western river steamers, toastlig - lhi eblus against the chsmusouey, sad alpprently1 in'i'state of profound medlitatiun. ills dress and appearance ssdlcated famili. arity with camp life; and it being aoon after the siege and ca6pture of Fort )unelsoa, I was nlclined to disturb his reveriue, and on its errigation found that he had been with the Union torces at that place, when I questioned farther. Ilia philosophy was so preul!ar that I give his views in is, own words 'as near as my semory will serve me:-' Were -you in the fight?' '1 had a lttile t?atte o it. ea.' Shtoled your ground, did you ?' '.No;, s Imruns' *irun at the firstfire, did youP. * Yes, as; au' would have run souns bad 1 know d-st was cosmic'.' ' Why, that wasn't ery creditable to your courage.' 'Dat Isn't in my line, as; cuokiu'...

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YOUNG MENS' MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

YOUNiG MIENS' MUTUAL IM PROVEMENT CLASS. The above Society hold their anniversary tean meting at the Blaptiat Church on WVedcdne day 13th, which, as huual, was remarkably well attended. At least two hundred eat down to an excellent repast provided by the class, and over whichl, . ales In tile sullbsequent pro ceedinge, the Revd. W. Tranter presided. IThe procoedlng were opened by the usigng,. "oh yleld not to temptatlun". And here let its notice thie marked Improvement that was apparent In both the vocal, and Instrumental department. A year or soago we advilsed the Clhoir to stuldV vocal music as a science witlh out which we predlcateol for them i,ut lmited success. Apparently our advice has been taken for the parts wero well sustalnod, p?rticularly In thie bans and contralto, tie the ternor being perhaps a little weak. With practice we are quite prepared to ileo the palm ever any oilier In the to?rn of Portland. So much for tire singing C tole pIoces were accurately and tasteful y ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

rarruiambool Steam Navigation Company Limited. STHE NEW STEAMSHIP Portland ON TUES'DAYS, BAILING FOR MELBOURNE Vrom 'ortland FRIDAT' MORNIN,' FOUR A.M. ( eatcer permitting). FARE s. aluoes ... L£ 0 Return L£ (i 0 eoreCabfin "010 0O 0 1" 0 Children under S3 years, half fares. Mtus tickets available for One Month. I'ausengers are respectfully reqaested to btain their tickets at this office, and shippers to make early application for space. Boadts in attendance to convey passengers freeof charge. SN responsible for passengers' luggage ulesas entered as cargo. 'No claims agalnst the Company will be entertained unless made within three (3) d aya after vessel's arrival. SPNreght at current rates. TW. P. Anderson, . agent, Po?irAa? 3rd October, 1874. The Warraambool Steam Navigation Company's BTEAMERS WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS: From Mel urne. Fam Purtlnand. I CWAY Tuaedy, De. 1. Friday, 2ndcJarly. JULL lEROY aturdoy, Doe. 23. Wcdnoday2l noes OTWAY . dWnmednayDeo 27 Friday, 21h. O?zrltmas Holday...

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PROFESSOR HUXLEY ON THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

1ixofWSffo-at xrtEv oN TB E' ,-IvT1TED- STATES. In hi pped rst:atthe.opening of the '"obop oir liyersity at Baltimore, cn 12th Et*iptertd!'fr, Profersor Huxley. , Rfer referring to thle material resources of '".t iii?e? d tttes; said:-To what pur S.ppe itll you, p'u tbhis great store of ni" aeriii wealth and this vast amount of litiunat inttlilgence and ca aeity which is <amutig you t tdeal with I 'The question is Itse which, it reems to me, no man has a chance of atswesigu with the remotest pr;bability at the preseint momntl. Y. u -re undertaklng the greatest political ex -seriment tbhat as ever bee- reli rimed by ! aly people wbateser.. You are at' this 'present. centenary a nation of forty mil ions ol people. At iy.ur r.et cen tenary rational and probable expectation may look .to see you two hundred millido?. and you have before you the problem whether two hundreil millions of BEnlish-speaki g. strong-willed people will be. able to hold together under the form of Itepu...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

NEW ZEALAND. ly the e.s. Alhambra we lhave New Ze land intelligence to the 12th inst. The following Is a enurnary of the nevs: The Mnlilstry ons been re-coontructed to snme extent. On December 7 Mr. Ormoud wais sworn tn n ans t member of Executive,and to tllhe office of Postmaster-General and Telegraph Commiossioner. Mr. Whlitaker having reslgned these ofites. Mr. Whittker beconmes Attorney-General. Dr. Pollen will probably take charge of the native office. Ilori Karnka Towltt IIas been eworn in as a Maori memlber of the ixecutive Councll. The testimonial to Mr. Iollestolt, Ithe late Superintendent of Christchurch, wilt amount to £800. The board of governors of the Canterbury College have proposed to eatablish a school for agricultural chemilstry, and as experi mental fltrln of 200 ncres. The two Italian sculptors settled at Wel Ilngton, anl who made the bust of D)r., Fethertuon, nro emnpetitor.i for the prizes, offered In Melbourno for a statute of O'Connell there. FlAlund Draper, ...

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MRS. BLADEN NEILL ON SILK. (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

MRS8. BLADEN NEL ,L. ON: SIL? . (To the Editor of th-dA iss~.) Sir,-In consequencoe of thoe ry manme. otus letters L receive.. may L ask.you to, " mention tlhat Lslhsll, by kind permieles o" Mrs. Sayce (late Keed's);. (ollin-streetl,.. receive ladies and:gentleomen interested:l.na sericulture from.2:till 5 to.morrow (Tihure.: day) and Eriday. For the benefit ofthoee, at a distaneo, may I beg. you.to.state tbhat Messrs. Holmes,. WhJite,. andl GO( .arothe, agents for, . A. Brooks and Co., Londoea o whlom reluse silk can be consigned. Silk. growers are advised. to.- olleek piersed oocoons and allrelusefromn their frieuds, aob as to.ship parcels of not, less than 251b.. weight,.whioh will save-trouble audrfceight.. Ii. Brooks-and Co. will.deliver alt parcels. of refuse silk to Miss. Iile, manager.ofthe. Australian .Silkgrowers' Depot ia;L.ndon,. who will send thiem tolthe Mtaoclesflid mills to be manufactured intotooekiitg yara,. to. Mr. Brocklehurst4 Mi. P.;hua-ooseon ted to receive ti...

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PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. DECEMBER, 20, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. SDacaeMBE, 20, 187G. The ordinary meeting was held at Condah at 11 a.m. Present :-The President in the Chair, Cra. U. Cameron,. T, Begg, It. Mt'Iean, Young, Prior, A. Cameron, and A. M'Donald. The minutes of the last ordinary and the annual mieting'weroeread, ad woreo, on the motion of Cr. .1. Cameron seconded by Cr. Prior, confirmed. " The President informed the Council that immediately after hi arrival in Portland after the last moetiug he was applied to for immediate payment of the damages and reMts in the action Bell v'. l'ortland Shire Council. A writ had been issued, and unless paid execution woulid have followed. lei had therefore given a cheque which had been drawn, and signed by the Councillors for the sprm £748 10s. It would be for the Council to-day to endorseo what he had done. I'roposmed by. M. Cameron seconded by tR. i'Lean "th theo reaildent's actio he approved of, and a cheque for the amount be given to-day.-Carried. The Presedont stated that ...

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INQUEST ON THE BODY OF THOMAS COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

INQUEST ON TlHE BODY' OF TIHIOMAS COOK. An inquest was hold on Monday 11th inst; at 11 anm., at tile Victoria Hotel, by tlhe Coroner, 11. E. Brewer Esq., touchling thlq death of T'homas Cook, who met hisi deatlh on htie Portland and IInuilton lallwhdy on Satur day evening the 9th inst. The following jury was Impannellod ?: SMessrs. 11. F. Iolmes (foreman),.James ° Lowe, WV. Campbell, G. Day, E. Cunmmings S. Drew, D. Brewster, IV.'I. Bllackburn, R. Tytherlclgh, C. Allan, Mf. Nicholson- OC. II; Badnall. : Tilhe jnr' having viewed the body, Georg9 Cook deposed on outlh that he was a brick. mloker restiing It Portltlnd; had seen tlh6 body lylnoi in the hlni4o anl identifled it as that of hlit brother 'Thonast saw jIlotallivo I last on'Fiday morninge next saw him dead after the accident; saw nothing of thi. accl dent itself,but saw tlhe body at about half past six o'clock on tlhe evening 'of Saturday; decelsod was eighlteen years old. deHenry -Sergeant, on oath, deposed as follows:-I ain...

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