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HARROW. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

'HAR~pIO*. (. !,#:PPx o pvu, .colatu7p"Ur· rnr)), rphoar~~jF'o( Januaryielrtttnccn., Ilhlrlld:1' aol novitity seven. will, I tum Ore,.tdoaLnt o lioked bank to with a fceliiit of pJtqestioitt" tho ihtiubtita of our thrlvling tu bi!) htl, for on tblit liLy octe of tle Ieoit ,qOrcoio'at ritno met.ntaedrknowil in tlthd iiiteici Illtilet. pii. I%.thcrJI. : Wnhrtici Ilb`'lpg'b eo re rnnrltilbrIfor'3the spiilted Ilylty in irlllbai oporto of any kind arti eotdn'leeO, tidIil ciri' eotttddttt'h i'htaeoail denotty itihe Inio t.ole recdtinttg daiyitf nuytting,nu tItlprovomnoz on; an1t Iyeprirtn ,at. flowoevr, I willinot MIB tu7JouS tgtiids t.io. nAry, faiurlti ttu t toc, bnt1 wouJ( inylte. lt _thrwe ,"hq oll ll0 enrnel wý} 1ar'pw, en ~o,.. 2It (eol'i~i ore sw Fadt a t allCrai i 'meo~L t'ti herm the bit la s q ttrlkbi aa naer i i7;e'fict dtY tile iioni : rdeinhlonett$ o{ tho~ric"it'iRond ieut hid ln' ls `b~thaed,',anuthiotn mrs1 tlotoh ito ~oply *hl~ek Ord f~loay.b i'The Iat ett the ttaoerd Witt...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

,std nir~ lil '" " it: . ·1' .. . I.:,:.,,J . t " rr oRRS$PbND1NGE., {VL11oob@0'ti~ittth w10 M,0b'ýNA; 0lltdn o lriywtr'i to froh toy ttt'tt-ttO nttttt tttl bt oloottd ývrlht en t.,myon~loll. orprlnsa!, ant 07 :Jol or go"ýnrn :P RP O P!~HO:Wla holdlo!op!Oulvtca Moxlytxgit o oy nyolnionn Ohnt mrT bb convayad tburoln.

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"MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

"MASTER HUMPHREY'S C.LOCK." Thirty-six years have elapsed sinoe the first appearance of blaster Hum phr'ey'v Clock ; and some of us who are now in "the fifties," can well re member how pleasant it seemed to receive an instalment of the "Old Curiosity Shop" week!y; how we used to enjoy the sayings and doings hllouess; what lavourilts I .t Na~es and Mr. and Mrs. Garland were; and how much the interest of the letter. press was enhanced by the clever figure drawings of Hablot Browne, and the picturesque interiors of Catter mole.' What tens of thousands of Engglish speaking people in all parts of the world have visited- Mrs. Jarley's Wax-works; have listened to Dick Swiveller playing the flute in bed; have watched the philosophical Codlin touching up his, puppets behint a tomlstone; have accompanied the Nubles family to the gallery at Astley's and have travelled-in imagi nation at least-to that quaint old village in which the kindly school master lived. As the earlier readers of Dickens ...

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A REMARKABLE DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

. i A REMARKABLE' DIVORCIE m SASE. '' of An extraordinary: divorce case has qu just been terminated after a long hear- fir ing in Dublin, namely Mir. Spread th Morgan. against Lady ' Catherine T Louisa Morgan, one of the daughters to of the Earl of Mountcashel. Cruelty wE Is alleged as well as adultery. She is Ti accused of having beaten her husband SI. with her' whip,, pulled his whiskers, re thrown water into his bed,selling his y clothes, flinging his shirts out of the we window, eutting his boots in pieces, us spitting on him, announcing to him oi that he was a cuckold, pointing a gun ob at him and habitually using coarse M hinguingo to him. The petitioner ,e states that in 1866 the respondent, at 11 'Moore Park, in. the' County of Cork, C ler fatlher's residence, and at Glengloss, 11 aleoin Cork, committed adultery with m William Mangan, a groom, in the em CI ploy of Lady Jane Moore; of Moore m, Park, a sister of the respondent; wills it Jolhn Fleming, fisherman and boatman, wi...

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THE OUTWITTED LANDLORD. A GOOD AMERICAN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

THi? OUTWITTEDI LANDLORID. A GObuD AMrErCAN sTOlr. Ln n quiet little Ohio villago, marny ye?ar' ago,: tllon wai It ttavt't II1 Ut the stageas alwnys changcd, and the tIravellers "c.vpctecd to got bhreakftist. The landlord of this hotel was. noted for his tricks upon travellers, who wore allowed to get fiii ly ocuted at thu table, when, the driver, after taking what hIe wntetl, woltl blow his horn and sing out, ' Stage readuy, gentlomon I all nooardl.--all ahboarl!' Upon this tho passengers were olliged to hurry out ntd take their seas, leaving it scarcely-tatted brrenkliitt behind them, for which, however, they liha to pay ver litly.cctult. CU)n tny, whet the stago wa4 aplproleahilit thi houutqe or this oblging lost, a pi-Lontger t' omarked tihat he had oliten Ilurtl of the Ipndlord's trick, tntl woas fraid they would not he allo t got'any break flist. ! ''-, ' What! how! no breakfast?' ex. claimed the rest. ' Exactly so, gents; and so you may as well keep your seuts and dollars.' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

BEAUVAIS and Co., FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENTS Gawler Street. Portland. Goods, received and forwarded to evdry part : of Victoria. Freights and other charges 'paid. Extensive stone-and iron roof outldlng'for storage of goods. Charges reasonable. rrers ostantly on the road to and fromr, Portland. For Private. Sale. r WO half-acre allotments adjoining ones ":'"another' It the towneitdp of 'Heywoid` on one of which' is erected a good tw-roomied houde." 'ihe-land, 'which . is of rflatrate, quality, is fenced and cleared, and has lbeen under crop. 'The lots wi:l be sold togethler or separately. Title" peirfect. Terms moderate."? , '' • "':1:Apply at the nsi GUARDIAN OFFICE. Portland ?Permanent Mu-B~ulDI and Investment Society.. Act, 1¢74. A. LOATIONS for Shares' will be received at the Society's offices, Percy-street, on and after'Monday next from 12 'o clock to 1 p.m. dailycopies of the rules may be obtained at the Guardian office, and from ir- E. DACOMB, :Secretary. i Portlan...

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CALIFORNIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

CA' cLIFORNIAN MAIL. The Australia- ind";City' of Sydney, says the Auckland tealgraphid oorrespdn+' dent of the Argus; arrived at Auckland on the 80th December. There isdilckneed on board the former, but its nature is not certain. After fumrigtion, the Australian mails will come on in the City of Sydney, ind the Australla will remain in quaran title. The Australia brings 28 cabin and 40 steerage passengers. Lady Gordon and family nre passengers from Fiji. T'ie Alo tralia left San Francisco on the 8th December, but put book for a day through collision with a ferry boat. Tie Roumanian Government have notified'to the prefoc'th"erarlf arrivol of 150,000 Russian troops. A uessian officer goes to'Ronmania to direct the 'army of that country in "thi-event of lussian invasiou of Turkey. Austria has orderet the occupation of the Transylvanian and Moldavian posses, and has placed torpodoea at the entrance to the ports. The trade of Russian is in a state of collapse and bankruptcy. Owing tb a ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. -1 January 2-2-nlt, beteh, from Metherne. Jannu0 2-Otway.? steamer, ~ 444 tors. Captai rhomp on, from iMe.lboarols via Blfaat ad QVsrrnsmboo.L o?Sloefn-Capt. Behla~d, Man "Ean., ctcjoe, "W. B. Williams, ?l?c)onold, Gardner, Coane. illzlint. Fslkinghsm. WalTl Williams, o rIm, Martin, Ianlch, Arch.r, Woods. Irvyin, Jc(ieer, thodes., Thomas. W. Crosbie, Tether, lart, Rev. R. Hart, Mesasm. Glen, Chamber, ast Dodd, udd, Mies , l ast Trangmar (2) and servant, Corbelt (2), Morton. Martin, Mesdamd Cramer, Falkine. ham, Morri. Thomas, Jerome, Hart, anad In the steeege. W. P. Andersno?. igel t'. Janary 5--Otway, itr., Melbourne. nroM?;. .Pep-.a.--- Cawsy--mm'ThTbeibrite. sleeper Overend & Robb, I pLkg AUaOtt,? I05 doW.i P. Aiderson, 1 do IBurlank; do Charter, 1 do fonnlgan, I do Herr, 4 do z- .JfllaSk Co., .1 do-lMarrtott,7 do Mtis-"do6 MieEohreon, 5 do O'Connor & Mone, l do H.Pt?r.hy, A4 do Poland; I.dnPhrt.er, 3 do Rickard, 15 do Slater. 25 do Spr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

Ir iboi SterNav'gati ri:, :GCompran Limited. t ) I !1I O,"' ' rg~ rW STEAMSHIP.. " 0:r. da'ezi I~ "', HAILIN~G r(1.f, rn tUIP· flEBOURNE'' o usn iri I M'n A s r MPfENO FOUR A.M. '-erlldu . i (h ta trptmt i): - tid~o- u'rl;ýwtiA 'I E rS"f h r1..'l 0 r ''B-0 Return .!if 0' 0, r " in ,"Oi11O ' 0. :"I, ý,", .::0' 15 0 _- _ =' ea unedr II y'ear.. half 'fare..' }1 ytatt atlablI'for Oue~loatiL era arc.p r: oc.tully rqgired , to ` i!nketa atthi* cfllteeuda~hippvrt } , h tttn eictlPor sovypuce. jre 5 e :rad,:a t o itnr · ble ' 3 e' R · e i ger··l l ug eg sildi*tthaI Com?.any' ill1 be f a unieia l tsde!I ithi t " th e' (9) i eeprau . atfi t ii rl :em .,'' n u Ttptimarnemttls J ;1. ! r<,of .n t° pisaono andtIp ". ,ir~uli.lt . t ,,l,, p::,,; ý nty ; . ;,. "£,e1 October, 07:BI, paowared Bisons ebu , Cov p )4ian .SONim wit o ` ;'i; o ;;Paseners ',an alai;; ': ý. 3 hi pens j~i: ·· H)F:`oew*llr anti full..II wood Stee Si am-A ,ýbi ;: `1aS !1,, h i' 01t iti;s' ýreid1<te,: 'aona...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

' SPEOIAL . ADVERTISEMENTS. T.i KEILLER & CO. PERCY STREET, TAVE. in Stock a largo aesortment'of "L (Qmoral Merchar.liae, including Groceries, OLlmeIra Stores, WINES & SPIItITS, - - iairborlozRY, EARTENWARE. BUIIDING lMATERIALLI. ao.. Which they are offering at greatly reduced pri:;:prices under the same liberal terms that have hitherto gaind for them so much support. ., Speoiil: toducements will be 'iven"t? Cash Purchasers from town and country of parcels of £5 value or over, they having fixed their prices to S7c I r meet such cases at the. ., r lowest possib!e rate. S., ITrial to Solioited . ,:a,;: 1 ,<: , ?NOVELTY., .+' ,l1000 sefl nd Ornnmental ' Articles for Sale at: r,.FONE :8HILLING EACH.'" These must be seen to be appreciated, as It s ieeins hardly possible they can --- be sold for the money. Fresh additions made daily. T. .' Co,. continuo to purchase?for.Cash SWi.ol.Tallorl Skins, ' Higde, Bark, Wheat, j O'.?Oj Indlitwould profit all to give them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

A OLLO STFARINIE CANDLES, and ' wihy lyou should purrhase none others. THEY ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR TIilij AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE, of a hiblr mnElting point than any foreign CdndleT are thereforo harder and more suitable for draughty mines and domes tie purposes. ' " THEY IrAVE 'A SPECIAL WICK, giving greater effulgence thal any othler Stearine Cindletwo'Apoildsos bring equal to TIHREE FOREIGN CANDLES. 'ItIkEY 'ARE MADE FROM ,PURE HARD: IAM RIMAL - STEARINE, :(Aus tralian.l,.taPlowi);., iylthout the admix tsre o soft regetalable. stearine, ' such as Is used Ir tihe, foreign cnandles to cheapen th@e prdductiin.. Tihey are not only superior in quality to the European candle, but. are alsa Iowe in pyice,imnd will make a market dor themselves any~ierre on their merits. O* LtOi CANDLES ARE PRIEFERIIED BY'NUMEROUS MINING MANAGERS, ciidlet: 'experta,.' and . large consumer., beeaube 'of.:, their ihardness, cheapness, and brilliancy,. before all others, and are commoitly used n tihe mines where...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

ELECTORA" SCIIEDULE TWO.-Eleotortl District of Portland.-Portland Dl?,llon.-Do cember, A.D. 1876.-List of nsmes objected to upon General Lirt:-.. ",_ : Number:Brname of Ground m for GrSnmds of Person hristia Name a lture of N o of objections " f Elector's objectedo t: tn mL Residence O •ccpation. q o ojecor Objtor O. . ec ion tby e Reof rar's t I- full. bortly stated Registrar. Objection. 95684 Enton' iaditul1tllanS Portland surgeon` reidential eft thetb distict 95672 3Soain u1d laborer ideatsl left t WW L. BLACK, having rented S the photographic plant lttely pnrchased by Mr. 0. J. Nicholls, has determlned to glve every one a isulce to get their photo taken. 'Till further otlec, the price of it single carte dle vlRito (adults) will he one shilling, chit. - dren under five years of ago the usnnl' price. ' Coloring cnrtes. de visite lt . Gd. each, viows of buIld. Ings, ee., ltkent on reasona?ble Mrs. Henry Balding, 1L YISAtUS AM ATI:UR P11AcrrmrI(.)N!~I O P'.IU\ (IiO 1A'1' IY, Love De...

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PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

PORTLAWND POLM E :'COP?. W5DnSSDAT,. JAJUAr 8.. 8 . On the lBe? h-J. Trangtnar, Esq., J.P.& T. Must, Bsq.. J.1P.; and J.' L. rcAber, Esq, Police v. Buckley., seemliug bebsaviot In the public streets. Admonished and diaehaued. Police v. U. Evans, clharged withlow-n breaking. Case disamlad. ' Itobeho Douglas wa bregh Upby ergt. Deuaputee on crhJge of agrenn. . 'he defesdut admlttod the chrie. erges?nt DUempter depold thatt tla hi he foud defenudant in the .treet1 he ild bin had no beds no s*Iag no clothdet nonotldl s said he d got somethiulg to eat in a ba Ings ho?use Ihesa id he did not w?nt a bds he maid Ie would sleep where he wal belleera thlis to be the man wanderleg about Dao-, warra for the last ten dasls he appears to h~b weak in Is rmfond. The defendant said hbe bek d to Dandee and calse in the steamboat to Potland.' Seuteloced toone tmoth hard laboiur 'lat Portland iuL l.rauk Kennedy was breult up charied witl hlvinga kaugaroo dog without a Dollar. 'lTe defeudnnt den...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

TOBLE TALK. Daoov n - Yeaerday mori?g valuablemer o pertyof E.1 otlllen, Patlead 'fly old, dropp e d o tel wey to-O?silteaddie, Tyrendar.Q and McMullee soa; whe was riding the toi at the time.,si * an ngly tmble0 It supposed Ithl the mare, a nle hslt animal, was bitten by a snake. hy Carcxrr.-It will be obsered b advertisement in an·ther coloun tLt - special meeting of the member, of t Cricket Club is aled for this esoing a half-past eight o'clock, when n hopeat see a large attendance, as the h?ninea t be transacted is most important. Amon other matters to be brought forwardt wih. the election of a secretry in the r o to Melbourue..he~ mnbes will /so be called upon td deck? whthdr an u y.e is to be sent to. compete -fnrth-IMiaray Challenge Cup at eamiltona t? 18th :tat. or- theu l which, .e: believe the Mabtch-'mit will be prepared to bring up a repo? . Lastly, a reinr?t-.oremthe Comit eap. pointed.o obtain the aetting of a oam mitte of sanegangem t forhe groound will delay shoul ta...

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THE STORY OF A "POTBOILER." AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

THE STORY OF A :"POT BOILER." i SAN AUTOBIOGILAPY. The above syllable, uttered in a musical bass, roused me once more to consciousness. PWhree was I ? What was I? Not many honrs ago I was safely ensconced, a virgin, unblemished piece of white canvas, in a enug cornor r of: Mr. Rowney's shop; in lRathbone t Plnco, W. Nows I find myself tightly d faistened by cruel tin tacks across four strips of wood, and-perched perilously on. the cross bar of a tall easel, in a lofty, 1 empty, uncarpoeed, scantily furnished 'studio,' which obtained its sole light from a large window or 'skylight," in the roof. From my insecure promotion, I take in the position of sffairs. l S'Yes, Pet, h brand new canvas. And what does Pet think I'm going to paint 1 oil it?......You can't guess "one little bit,' eh?. Well, then, I'm going in for a iiew line altogether. Fact is, you see, the " Historical" does not pay. Strange, but too truie. -Dealers tell me their cue tomers tell them they haven't room for pny work...

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THE NOVELIST. A SUMMER'S PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

THE NOVELIST. 85 A SIIMMER'S PASTIME. ,• ,B.GBY. G . RM. ' Gracie, I am off to-morrow I' and l Arthur Cushmnan looked at his com- ti panion, a lovely girl of eighteen, watehlng the sweoet ntor, f riil uv .e of' chelek and lip, and is wild look of despair fill the beasttifill;eyes; and aq he did so his conscienco reproac'lied him bitterly, for ho know that not unsought by him had the inhocent a0 heart of Gradce Moore been won. - . You will think of me sometimes, A eirest, 'will' you- not?' iiid"'hi' ar?i was thi'own roitnd th tereinblionggitl, ti and he drew her closely to him. " 'Oh, Arthur, do not leave me; -I a •ntoeL live ,without ypu l'.she moaned, t as ?ier head sabnk on his blrest. Arthur Cushman; wai ,'notta:: d bnd man, only a weak, self.indulgent one, V given to gratifying any whim that it promised pleasure for' the time being,. without giving a thought.1 to': aoase. quoence; but now ie would have given a all h6 'possessed to iiante undone file c last two niarithes' ork:. a...

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MR. AND MRS. SHOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 January 1877

MR. AND. MR1S. SROTT, Mr. Shltt hadn't been out of Detroit fLr seven years (says the -Free Press), when, the other day,.business called him to Chicago. Mrs. Shott wanted.: to go along with him, but- be said times were too bad, heo didn't want to have the bother of taking care of her, and she. was' compelled to remain, at holme. He reached home in the-even--. ?blS?"tal ea rtllg Illt supper no bosnurrea-F:, -' [-tell you it- was a long way, and .. I'm glad-you didn't go.' 'Lonesgme, was.it?' she asked. ' It would have been. fearful if, I, haldn't hiad a young lady in the seat with me,' heo replied. * What! a. young lady in the seat with you?' ' That a-that is-you know the car was crowded,' he -said. 'And you.. offered hcr. half your seat?' - 'I--that is, she sat down there,' he, s stammiered... , Mrs. Shott's, ears grew. red and her. eyes snapped. 'And so It was lonesome, was it? You didn't speak to her, I ssuppose?' - inqqired the wife. 'Why, I-I--once or twice, of. course.' 'Nice yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 January 1877

Established 20 Yeais. ALLAN & Co., (WILKIE'S) 13 and 15 COLLINS STREET EAST; MIELBOUIINE; adLa A6OgrTsB oi THE FAMOUS SMITH AMERICAN ORCANS; STIE FINICST CABINET ORGANS IN TIIE WORLD. These Organs are distinguished from all others by their extraordinary volume, rich less aml brilliancy of tone, delightful and elastlc touch, perfection of workmanship, and elegance of design. They Colpanoy have been in existance 25 years, and have made 75,000 organs. They have two large manufactories filled with the AMost Ingenious Modern Blachllnery and employing 300 skilled workmen, yet their sales have so increased, that it is with diffi enulty they can supply the demand. The lresent ieduoed ]Prliee either for Caih or on the Time a mean: Casten are ]Lowor tasn those of any othr Cabineot Organs of repute. Up to the present time Allan & Co. have heell qilie unable to meet the demand for thlese Ieautiful organs, but Large Shipments are now being received of every variety and in new ans...

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FAST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 January 1877

MAST MZDVXG. Adamnon, Thomas 27 0 0 Admqson, William 50 0 0 Alexander. Robert 01 0 0 AIle, Edwi.rd. 10 0 0 Anderson, John 101 0 0 Arden, Alfred 2902 10 0 Arden, Ruth 24 0 0 Austin, J. Millear 802 10 0 aannnsm, James 40 '0 0 Barr, Ann 02 0 0 Barr, John 7 10 0 •leocham, Jnmes 29 10 0 n3egg, ThomlS 88 0 0 Benlg, William. 18 0 0 Bell, George 60 10 0 Beat, Charles 15 0 0 eats, ,labez ' "?'' 13 0 0 eat, Thomnas 30 0 0 Ulack, A0ndrew 21 0 0 Ilack, Franels 10 10 0 Black, Jlohn Charles , 1 10 0 3lackwood, James 80 0 0 BIowen,Johln 10 0 0 IBradley, Arthur 0 0 0 Breen, William 27 0 0 Brown, ELdwrd 14 0 0 B.lown, Joseph 15 0 Brown, William 20 0 0 BIckleoy, Robert D. 47 0 0 Cmeron, Allan 122 0 0 Cameron, Angus 173 0 0 Camleron, Barbara 20 0 -0 Cameron, Catlherine 15 0 0 Camaron, Christin 187 0 0 Cameron, Donald (Drumborg) 4 0 0 Oameron, Donald 150 0 0 COmoren, Hullg.h 20 0 0 Cnmoron, John' 10 0 0 Cameron, Jollhn 22 10 0 Cempbell, Duncan 18 0 0 Campbell, Mrs. Hugh 29 0 - 0 Cannon, James 10 10 0 C...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 9 January 1877

TABLE TALK. ScunsowtrloeN LIsr.-The tradeemen enmployed by Meesrs. Overend ael Rohb have aabooribed £A' 17.. towards the fund on belhlf of, Mre. Cook, whione oon recently was accidentally killed? by falling off a ritway truck. .nICcmT" MAToIr-POlTLANr.,t. SoUTo Ponsrnn.-Thbe eleven to play against EiIhtreen of Routll Portland on. Saturday. the 181h, will be selected' from ilie lol. lowing players :-Mehalfev (2), Anderson (2), Tinlinh, Archer, Kerr, 1ifo.e, !Mitchel, Wheatland,. Grey. McKeand, Stoker, WVaddell, Caldwell, Smith, Collyer, Gibbe,. G. Bevan, T. Bennett, E.-AAkituon and E. icla Mllen..' Tna BounnolUo VALUATION.-Ratepayer, in the Boroogh would do well to examine closely tile now valutlion of rateable pro. perty in tlhe Borounhl,. whiooh,' for 1877, according to Mr. F. W. Hill, is about opq, third more lhan it nwe in 1878, aced?ltng to tle present Town Olark. It 1- satifse tory to find an increase of onettdrd in one year; and if the inorae.. only goes an in tihe same ratio ...

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