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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

AGRlICULTURAL. . The past week lean boen a mneteeoereone - upon the griln, the extrelme hes'whliel?lhas prdvalled having shrivelled Up t?j'.large quantity which previously promi?i to fill out well. As a consequence there Will be a greater quantlity of aiy cut "than ras originally intendled. The intenislty dftthe heat and the euddesneo of itsecomiaglrha -s also increased the difHlltlties with wliclehthe farmrers In tnlny of the furthIrpf diLtrlets hsve hod toln uilrendl- tlei senstmo regarding : tile scarcity ,of labotr. Notwithstandile all drawbacks, however, the harvest will, at is anticlpated, he a fair wrrlinage one. A - notlible featulro in the various reports of Ithe : heat obtained h:as been. that whlllt shows that tile register of temneratture W* not. Iligher ill lorshna m a .lp thler of-,li' notihllern..= ares tlhalt in nMelbourne; tllus proeffi"that .. tLldes nrtw dittrilef are not eslhjeoted 'threx- -. eeptionual degrees of temperuturi, ~:?rwas formerly the opinion. It Uae...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOUNDERING OF THE POSTBOY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

FWOUNDERING OF THE PosTDoY. There was a universal feeling: of anxiety at Port Adelaide on Frida4 night when the rumour got abroad thdt the schooner Posthoy had been lost and only one man saved. As time wore oa it was found that the report was too true. The report was "acoompaiied with harrowing details of personal suffering, resulting not only inthl-',ol of four out oatra persons forming the crew, but also of two passengers.'- The names of the crew have been published, but those of the passengers are un known, and the only clue to their identity appears to be that one was F west countrymnan named John, who' hs worked about rthe wharfs "it the Port, and is snpposed to beounmarried. -'Jthe other was n married man, who hlsm left a wife !"aIf-'fainuiiy iin Carltori, Victoria. He was formerly foreman at Harper's Rice Mills,. Melbourne, but was proceeding to' Adelaide bO seek another engagement. The master has oleft a wife and child, but the remainder of the crew were single men. ' It app...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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A MATRIMONIAL LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

A IATRr xm!NIft4 LEcTUIR . After having: been married some weeks,; it Carie iotnt the head of young husband in tlei:ity??, one Sunda' whoen le had blt little to occupy Is mind, to suggest to hise 'ifro thts Lildy olhould plainly and honestly state tlj fallts' that eachs 'hiad discoverdd in the: otlier since they' hbdd been man 'and ioif'. After sonie hesitation the wife agCred to the, prb position, but siputlated that tflho.r, hearsal slfhutd ths made in all' sincerity and with an honest 'view of bettering each othler, as'otherwise 'it wo ld' be no use to speakof the faults to'which rnarriago had opened their eyes. ' Tihe husband Was 'of the same'mo nmii, and his. vifo asked him to begin ,with lier faults.. He was somewhat reluctant, but this' wife insisted that as he was the first to 'propose the'o 'mattei., and is lie was the head' of the lioti se it was lis'place to take the lead. ,,,,Thus urged, he began the recital. He said : 'M?y dear, bine of the flirst' faults'I oliserved i'...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE PORTLAND SHIRE AND ITS OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

?.E, Ii tsr LANo D Sl IRns A. D ITS OFFICERS. .IT is to be regretted that the Port. had Shire in dealing with its officers it the mauner reported in the last issue o' ther Guardian, should have compro rised those ratepayers whose action is ir ulatod by a spirit of fair play and coumnon soense. It has been made gotu'nd- of complaint of Sin JAMEst oOuLLr.oon, contrasting small things vith grent,'that he' used the "Iron ',l d'. to oppress his opponents and -rrly his designs in Parliament, and tmnt: at least forty of his followers 'mployed the "gag" to silence those Vto w.earoas firly eititled to tile litberty of n??" ibpeech as wore tile gnagges. To those. who disapprove of gagging under nil circumstance as aitn infringe mient of true liberty, the action of Cr. Pnlblotand" his coadjutors, on the questionaof salaries, as exemplified at Coundli; oianThuirsday, in the case of tlho Shiro Secretary, will be uni vdrsally: condeomned. Our reporter nays: " r. Prior, in bringing forward his mot...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE NOVELIST. FOR LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

N OV EL1ST; . Mrs.. Golighlly was our monthly urse-..I mean my mother's-the pre siding genius on the occasions when an interesting stranger arrived fibm b the region of mystery, popularly sup' i posed in the nursery circle to lieJmi, mediately under the corner .of tithe garden where cook's-- parsley. grew, hich plot of ground the boys repgu larly dug up, to the detriment of the y grpenstuffand the wrath of the poten tate in the kitchen, whopover"they'got nh inkikig that eouch an event was in alnticipation, The r parsley suffpered d very ofton, for iay father was decidedly, one of tlin men whom David declares are specially hanppy-his quiver was very full indeed;iseven'oiveranclies sat round his table, and an eigh!tI was b upstairs, wondering. at its now exis tence, in Mrs. Golightly's fat lap. She was rightly named, for she had the lightest. footfall Il ever know, and shek was a stost, henvy.looking woman, too. We knowv her right well; ever since we .,,1,1 ..I.m...r nttl,,ine. we ean...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FORM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

PORTLAND POBT-OFFIP E TIMB. TABLE. MAILS AlitIVE FROM Melbourne, OGclung, Ba1llarat, Ararat IIanillion, Condualh, Branxholnmo, Hoyw0ood Myonaiyn, daily,, at 6 p.m., (on Monday at 1 a.m.) Casterton, Sandford, Colemrlno, Merino, Diiby, luotspur, Ileywood, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at 6 p.m. Belfast, Warrnambuol, Narrawong, Yam buk, Tyrendarra, St. Helels, Monday and Friday at 3 p.ml. Bridgewater, Wednesday at 5.30 p.m. MtAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne, Geelong. Ballarat, Ararat, Hmilullton, Branxholioe, Cu?dah, Heywood, Myamyn, daily, Sandays excepted at 6.15 p.ul. lHeywood, ([otapur, Digby, Marltno, Cole mine, Sanldford, Casterton, Tueday, Thurs day tand Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. del fastWarrnambol, NKrrarwun, Yambuk, Tyrendrlna, St. Hlelene, Moadaysand Fridayl at 7.45 p.m. Brldgewater, Tuesday at 7.45 p.m. GILO. S. CALDWELL, Potmainter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

gWrroam bool 'Steam Navigation O ComPinl Limited. TIE NEW, BTEAMSHIP CAPT. J. THOMPSON, LEAVES : MELBOURNE To'r Warrnambool, Belfast, and Portland ON TUESDAYS, SAILING FOR. MELBOURNE Prom Portland FRIDAY MORNING, FOUR A.M. %. (St eslr permitting). `FARES. qloon ~.. £1 5 0 Return £F 0 0 ore Cabin 010 ,, 0 15 0 , Children under 13 years, half fares. aturn TikeOt available for One Month. passengers are respectfully requested to ohtain their tickets at this office, and shippers to make early application for space. Boats in attendance to convey passoenera free of charge. ' Not reaponsible for passengers' luggage unless entered a.s cUrgo. No elaims against tle Company will be entertained unless made within three (3) days after vessel's arrival. 'relight at current rates. W. P:. Anderson, A gent, PosaTLAr Ord October, 1874. The Warrnmbool Steam Navigation I : C ompany's STEAMERS WILL SAIL AS -,, .u 'FOLLOWS: roma Meleone. Fraem Poerlnd. C BOTWAY B :Tacda. ho. 10. Friday. l22dderly. JULA' l...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

NEW ZEALAND. The Anucllnstd egrrcspnndent of the Otqo Dafily T7imteowriteml-" T'ihere Is a curious' rumnur nfloat here to tile effect that Sir George Grey Is beitn cenoslted b.y the Imperial nuthnritles with reference.-too-the Cope difficulties. Twenty years ago Sir George Grey was recailed becausa, as Governor, ho pushed on the esheme "'of federation, t(i which the -Imperial Govern ment was then opposed. Lord Carnarvon was in office then; and ie Is in office now,. bint the viewo of' the Government have niterially changed. Mr. Mneatdrew.lns written to his Excel lency. cpmplaininog that all.letters addressed to him no Superintendent of Otago had not been delivered to him by the Post-office, but had, lhe believed, Iheen forwarded- to the Governor or some of tie servnnlt of the Crown. The only answer he received was that tlheletler. had been referred by Hisl Excellentcy;tn Iis reponsible advisers.' A serious ease of attempted murder oc curred at Invercargill on'the 7t). Two men, Hugh D...

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A NATURALIST IN THE SOUTH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

A NATURALIST IN THE : SOUTH SEAS. Through the courtesy of Mr. James COocli erell we nre onabled to place beforo our re:tlers some icniterestitg perttiulars of his visit to the 1lt?ads of Now lehltnd, Now Blrltiln anid York Island, extemlingl over several mtoulth. He left Mtilhourito with litron vonlt Ilugle, twho desired to visit tihese Islinds, partly for actoltifie lpurposes, and partlty for the benellt of his hetlih; haut when they had reaulhed Fiji, Mr. CIockerell's companlln, actingll untlder advice, dectided Ito go no further. IlKnowiti ll thant lte eould gain but little biy remuining it [Ijl, as there owere no new birds to get, 1ir. Cockerell imade arrangettents unwith Mr. IBrown, ta mt?iionary wholl wat goingl In the nll.?iiuary abrl Joliaa Wesley tias leter oif ian expedition to Yo~rk's islanltl and nlJ:acet iltindl, to gl withL him. York'. Ilnaild a betlween Notr.lretlaud tnud New Itratainl, and ltine as the first stolIt.l lg l ta, ln there tile intal+uniarttes formatel i ...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

I. TgS^LBTALK. e n w C .n r . A tk in so n c p k llo w wlint gfurther eubaneriptUio01 a: e|Jdgs ?t~wn 11. f10. .fi.; Allen l. aos; 1i20soll, J. 10R. a. e Tis next contest efo HIts lt rcis will be shot to-morrow the F. i11ltB ea'" owed battle for thl Weekj, 1 Ilpy will take plawi Of' tile 1iiti ho i mucl seertlerforio thal e. 0 learnu l been eatered into be or0 l I and end Werrumlnlboo cgop thoi buotts at 0 distalt date FOPller0iv bnlur s a d tile rules ander which Ftllpoi.o ^ Ibotth aides will fire, will the dcomp e issue. be given s- -The work on Jt at tlat ast unmed a more n ,tile nort aRI na1 it is aviellt lifotary aplPsat four weeks the pro. that d bilg t iderlble in elcesl o rollte be Luous eigiht. A large the thorok. Ti publio will be glad to learn th at, h o tle ontrlot is complte , prmfnlders. will beo provide1 with l r"ag idd wanlk .11, to thlemtelves, rwi-ll eing l«eatell to tile prese.t Inoon uethbeingof esrblili asnd tripping over desla Wnti n.--Ol Boling Day tile atsesr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

'MOCAW, ADAMNSON & CO., ° ETURN their hearty thanks for past Sfavours, and beg to announce that they CONTINUE to CARRY ON tie BUSINESS Anctioneers and Ceneral Pro ;..... duce Brokers, •' .'At their rooms, 29 Little Collins street ,,,, west. th; .Telr WEEKLY AUCTION SALE is helI ae,: ryvery WEDNESDAY; Wheat, Flour, Harley, , Oats, Hope, Leaf Tobacco, &e., at half-past Ito, ll.annd Cheese, Butter, Ioamn, Bacon, c; r: at half-post 12 o'clock. ,d* Every. description of Farm, Dairy, and other Produce received, assorted, and dis r.-posed of to the best advanatage the longl ex o, perience and practical knowledge of the firm, :. together with the strictest attention to tthe vendor's Interests, enabling them toi ohtain . full market value for goods consigned to their ..,.,. All CONSIGNMENTS (except otherwise 1 .,advised) are first submitted to phulcl eem S; petitiont but in casen whlere the trice offered I,:.e, not cnnslderod up to markeL value, tlhe lot ."eitaro withdrawn fo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

r qT'iLO sTiIAItINE CANDLES, and h? w ly yot should pldrohaoe none others' tTIllOtY ARE 1IADIE ESPECIALrY FOR ,CLTHE 'AUS'TRALIAN UfIIA'ATt, ;of a . r,hi?ltnri meltint point t tnno.any foreIgn i i ~Cn dlel rar therefore Iharder and more saltalblo I for draughty mines and domes. L..TH?Py ~HAVE A SPECIAL WICKO.glrlg e: greater effolgenc e tihan any *other Senrln.e a,; Candle, two, Allloa. being equal to TRUI_ _fOOREIGN CANDLES. -, .iRY.. AX 'MADE PRIOM PURE ": HARD ':AMIMAL .STEARlINE, (Ans tralian tallow), without , time:: admix; turo of .aoftvegeable-n- stearino, subh an is tsid in the foreign candles to cheapien thie proddatietlon. .They.are not only asuperior in quaity to the Etropean acndlo, but are • ralso IOrer in priee,nnd will' nnmake a market .rlnor tUimsalvrr nnywhitere on thieir. merits. , o. .1.;APO'LLO CANI)IES AREI.PRPIFlR ED IIYtNUMEICOUS MIINING MANAGiEIIS, ..candlq,-o experts. and large ronsumers, ...-beeause ;:of tlheir hirdntes, chieapness, :a.and brilliancy, beoro...

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The Guardian, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. PAST AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

iITHl WIIICII In NCOIIPORATEID TIll - j "I''OiTLANi EXI'lIls9.' " 7T' Proeiet orO, RiygAl-- Aot to Infringe I l:`0` idn'l `ll;nse Ot Olhera. i RIDAY, D?l'ClhIBEfI 20. PAST AND FUTURE. . ACcontDINr to English trndition Chlristmns Iasts up to twelfthll-night, or the evo of Epiphony. In Austllrln, liowver,'. the custons of the Old Conitry are not so closely adhered to, and,; beyond. the idiuestiile roust gose,' beef and plunm lplding, and a limited allowuilco of religious olborv i1nces, Christnits fesiitvities cud with Boxing .Day. Withl us, then, Christ Inns is preatleally ovel, nond we it'ust ou0 re'Cders ihnvu spent Ia mrry o11o. Mbiy ninuy such full to their lot. By the tihno our inext issue uiplpearsi in prnlt we shall have en1tered on the New 1Ye?t'--n1 event hetd by maIny in still higher roverence--?d " while lhe "old one lien ,t.dying," "And the New-year blidlo lnd iold,my friedJ, CQlOmen up to take hlls lwn" a brief retrospect of the events of the plst tweIV mon 10th will not ...

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

ADDITIONA I~N , FIF heim anil for Dart moor a1ndn1I itaVen Ieywonal nt 8 in.u. oII~ au Hattirday, nod arrives IIIellQ he"" rl~ llid Fridny tl tina to Iltch I Ilinll. o IV ltters hOlnuid lie ) j iw hril~ ( Ia I'Portanni, on 'rule U el 7J iP ' A a ,6n.3l p3 iv . Lr m llI h i cart cced iiit li~r6 dby IIh' re'eideatii p niailf "oaiai ai , ill tivalmid Iicpnur of te prow 'ItinC T dicie~favi Ilile.f i~nal5 atCe In't 'It 7 it. i.nil 'lucid ia y and Sait 811111d Il; 1.111, arrr"Ivin o I vaJ in. md.1i. -'tlne miigh t y, (!rrb 1Idst n1111 ~ ~ rail11(LI1 Iluq!-olll u w l 1" 41r Irxccrt )M uudayItr omotlnirrhhig (hrldl WILLIA M G o* 'ent, t tIl (man d linlalinck I timurailln.ý'

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PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

PORTLANI) POST OFFICOB u TABLE. MAILS AItIIIVE FF.OI M32houriie, Oecluug, I1D PL IlanII~lon, Cuaidab, I ran13,O atl Myatyu,, dally,j ut 5 p.m" (0i 1 a.m.) ý Casterton, Sand ford, Colie'3 Di by, Ilotspur, Ileywood, Tne'+4 day and Saturday at 5 p.m . infanst, larruanaboot, SNr tlE5{ buk, 'lyrendarra, St. lclrm'l0 Friday at 3 p1m. Bridgewrater, %cdnceday ,iSOL MAILS CLOSS IUII Melbourne, QOclozig. JWtI Ilatnolltu, llrnalinlumr, OJiu Ileywood, {Iotspur, b m ai ye, Sa, d alor, Su nda s e, { day, nrd Saturday, at7. 0 PA fcttost,Wurramuabool 155spimi3 A1 'I'yrcidar: 1 St. lioLais IsoadallO at 7.4a p.tu. l .rid S cPr,W71

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The Guardian, WITH WIHCH Is INCORPORATED THE "PROTLAND EXEXPRRSS," To Protect our Rights — Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1877. A RAILWAY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

,R lgi! wtell lt Is-,L'A01POrIATRD TIlt, r?"' PORTLAND EXPItttS .," To 'Proitec our Rights - Not to Inftings supon those qf Others. STtJISDAY, JANUARY 2, 1877; A RAILWAY I ONFERENCE. Ir has been suggested, end the sug. gestion lsan excellentone, thatPortland, Casetrtiion, ranxltolme, Merino,.Cole-. raine, .audtSandford shonld each fur nish a delegate to meetat once o'n some eeottar''plceeto be, fixed, to` consider the question of a branch line of raillway from:,:Branxholme to. Casterton, and, once hnaving settled that point, deviseo the beste vity to have It carried in the next Coistrulcition Bill;. Let it'be ro. membered,thet at present there is :not sufficient bond of union in the towns named to 'rako'their rifluence properly felt;.?All 'eeagreed that, branch, line Is peoeessary; but all are not agreed as to the JiestIray.to secure it. Till this point is settled, the towns interested are too muehIllke the old man's sticks in *the fallel, hai'the proposed conferenice It appears to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

SBEAUVAIS. -and Co., FOIlWAIRDING & COMt\MISSION AGENTS Gawlor .Stroot., Portland. Goods reoelve d otld for*ardd to every port bt Victorin.' SPr.ights and other charges paid. lxtenslve atone and Iro'n roof Ibuilding for stornag of. goods. Charges reasonable. Carriers constant(l on tl(e road to and froat " l'ortland." For Private Sale. 1 TWO hnlf.acro ollntients adjoining one S' nnother In the township of Heywood, on ont of 'Wlhicl is ereted a geodl two-roented house. -The laid, w?llcl' is of first-iate qlllhy, i f?rleed and lented, and has been indet acrop.. The lots will be sold togetheri or separately.:: Title .perfeet. T'erol urodtrate. i A pply nat the La , "" GUARDIAV OFFtICE. ·! Portlanid Permntianculnt lii ?llIenf tund, Investfnent, Socity.- ' 'lncorporated tinder the Boilding Socletis A c?t, 1874.)'' A PPTLOATIOlN for Sh?ares wll be Srecuved at thle Socletv'a offles, Percy.'sreer, on nlad stle ?Mollodl Ilrv t: frilau Id " ulock to 1 p.m. dallyt copl.?lsf the rules nl...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, JAN. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

LATEST TEIXEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN coCltutPEt)NDtNe.) VICTORIA. MELIOUI?RE, JAn. 1. Holiday well observed; genoral closing ; weather lne, though light rein showera iD the morning; attendance oontho racoourse moderate. \ L ,.s: HURDLE RACE. Aaron .. ... Gaffer Grey ... '. ITWO-EAR OU.U STAKES. * eKing .. ... . Lookley . ) ... .. 1 liawdon . ' ... ... CMIDSUtIOMER EDIA'DICAP4 , Barmoid"... " eep.or r Pride of. the Hills (by Talk '. of the Hills) .. . ... Briels woul not 'gallop, hou ponring quite fit; Pride of the Hil r atp tol.` .-' , cI,. ' " - 1 .:.S.EEPA' , All ours... .. .. Lanedown.. . T* HRREnYBAROLD , A IICAP. - Filibuster' ... SKing' .Ki .. ... 2 "Winter.< ... ... No general newr; great n er bof ornisltos ; moonlight gala i the bay, nnig+it. :+ * +

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LOSS OF THE S. GEORGETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

tOSS O1 TilE S. GEORGETTE. Bfy tire last incommng mail we received itres .f the wreck of tile West Australian Gorvernment's late mall steamer Georgette; but the Intormation was very meagre, mid at :1tm time tire Assam left King George Sound one boat of the ill-fated steanmer was still hssling. Il3y thq brig Eldillth Iaviland, which arrived at Port Adelaide on 'rlmrsday, lveof the Georgette's passengers arrived. The Ge?rgette, which was engaged for years in the miall service at King George'sn Sound, was r ii steamer of 210 tons net burden. At the lime of the mishap she was chartered to con ey a e cargo of jarralt timber from West to South Australia, and it was also Intended that .ilirn she reat?ed Port Adelaido site should smdergo a thorough overhrusl said refit, which palelrently she badly required. Sihe loaded rp her cargo at . lunbury, and from thetice Ce~t eon to 1 remantio to take in pasn asengers, of whom there were a considerable nttrber on board at the time of tire catn t.tro...

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BRANXHOLME JAN. 1 ATHLETIC SPORTS. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 2 January 1877

R AIIANXEOLMEJAN.1 An'rLerTv BPonreT MAIDErN PLATkE. :Imnioaa1. r. 1 .Gonwug ... ... £18 HNDICVAP. bio ten points; Smih te; Cii el liBlay to.. te Me mo il hitk oi Sitl& winning. S-PUTTING THlE STONE. 17abley,41t. Oli. .u. 1 wliuhards 1 - I RUNNIG '111011 JUIMP. I nnnio ft, r n. , n.... 1 Clarke and Riiluerde tied.ý 08 IOY'6ACe UNDER1 4.' Gngtla . ... I J. Precmor ... 2. IlLIlLYeB-891)0 yard. i.llyda.., .. 2 utton, saratali. . * NSOOATION L0NDIOP. lePluaeren, G yde ... 1 Goughi serertal .. * 13111, 2ydo . ;;.. a TILTINO IN TIHE fRIM. loLollen :... . Mt ,. . .'..

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