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SIMONSEN'S OPERA COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

SIMONSEN'S OPERA COMPANY.. The Simonesen Opera Company opened at Mac's Assombly.lloom on Monday, the 11th inst., for that nihlt. only, the ar rangements for the westero tour preclud ing a linger stay in Plrdlano. The house, conlsidering the high prices,.was well. tilled, but Madame and Mr. Simonsen can always comnmand no audience. here, where they are so deservoily popular. The opera selected was " La Fille do Madame Augot," translated, very.freely, by Nelson Lee. The argument i+, that during the Dicectory, established in France after the Revolution of 1703. alicn Barras was at thio head of the iGoverlnment,'a girl called Clairetre, daughter of the historical Madame Angor, who had been aJopted as a child of the market, and educated in. a superior manner, is at:out In contract a Imacnarge, at the instance of her so-called parents, but against her own will.. The plotting of the young girl tc, escapa the. Iltour intended for her givesa use to nimlerouas sceres, in which solos, ducts an...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. WtlthIItadmttUng thl greates Iltrry freedom to ,, t Ootronpoodonta,oner ooumun will be. open only to souh oommuooootlool as shu bto clearly written temperately ospreaosd, aow of loeal or goeera intsrest; Its no WIoo hottttg ocstosotos tospOnlblo for asy opislons that moy bi convoytd therein.

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AGRICULTURE AND RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

AGRIUULTURIE AN) RAILWAY COMIIMUNICATION. (To It/i Editor of the Argus.) Sir,S-Mr. Cascy, in his essay on the land systeims off Suth Australih and Victoria, states that the lItter colon!y produces inusufl cient wheat for its own eolaiiption, whilst the former, after natisfylng its own require. menls, ls able to export n surplus which aluoulnts to 4,000 tons per, week during the year., Mr. Casey further states that of lwheat there are four acres per head of the popula tion cultivlted in South Australia ns gllnst four-tenths of an icre In Victoria; that thu climsto is bettor hero than there, the rainfall Is more regular In Victoria tha:t ill South Australia, and the land in more productive. Why, then; he inquires, shoalld there be in propolrtio 10 times more wheat grown there tlmul hero ? I thlik the answer is a very suiploonlo. It doues not pay to ntow wheat in tils colony, and it does in South Australia; andl tile rolson is that the faroier here hais not the suall fuacilitie of tran...

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Widow Cook. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

Widow Cook. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) Sir,-For the satisfaction of subscribers ,.to.ay list, I beg to stato that yesterday I paid over to Mrs Cook the sum of £i 18s, :particulars of which have already been advertised. E. ATI1sson. yortland, 16ith Jannuary, 1877.

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

POLICE COURT. . Srcannry, JAInUar, 13rtt, The court meot at 10 a.m. On the Berich. T. M?lst, Esq., J.P. ; J. L. Archer, Esq., J.P., T. W. Smith, Esq., J.P. A LUNATIC. Dr. Brerser came before the B3ench, to represeut" the case 'of Hont1loori Bnkeo; a lunatic, now in the Portland Benevolent Anylum and [OSl)itl. D)r. Brewcer do posed, that abaotlive..oweeks ago he was called on to attend Honorn Butrlo, and was told at the time that shie had been confined about two mouthli prior, whoen shie Iad no proper atteordarnce; tlhat r'ocently she bo catne- feverish, anr tlthat 'they load taken away the child; as thie husband had irr anearn, alto wiel tulte inlto the Benevolent Asyluml and I alostIl, and o00on improved in bodily healthl, but her mind comnenced gradually to give way, alnd when t?eb re covered completely the straugo fancies grtadluolly.doveloped into permanent halluci nationi. At timos sho imaginos tier insido gone, at others, tlht alia is dead. Until some days go, shel. was perfec...

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AFFAIRS AT SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

AFFAIRS AT SAMOA. The following communication from tho Rev. S. J. Whitmes appeared in the Sydnel. Morning Herald of January 9: I have just received letters from Samona !froim'whichi I find lthe Steinberger gameI is about played out on thloso Ishnlas. In my letter winchl you kindly published last month I said tlhre was fear of war arising between thle Government, which had been formed and austained' by.Stclhibrger's influence, and tlhe anti-Steinberger party. TI11.I oppositlon party had previously been afraid to iut, because of tlhe report tint they would lncur the vengeance of the U. S. Government. But about September or October last they dlotoermied to atteimpt to remodel tile Go vernment, do a way withl tile llags and oIIw given tlemn by Steluberger, andt in co:ljunu tion with the representatives of iUrdlt Britain asnd Germiany, and other foreign residents, establish a U(overinmlenlt upon tile basse of tile old conslltittlon whichl Sleil berger threw overboard. The then existing G...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

TABLE TALK. Tne ColO.nIAL BANL.-Yesterday Mr. Clapmnn, brother of the late Rev. W. C. Chtlpman, Portland, opeced the Colonial Bank ill thre te?mgorary premises,, J..i?u etreet. TIhe Ilace liha a remarkably smoart apperaluce since brlighteunel up a bit, and now that we have four banks at work it will be strange if our commerce does not increase with the increased monetary appliances. - lowison Cr.n,.-A meeling of the Port land Rowing Club was held on Friday evening at the London Hotel. Present: -Mr. R. Henty, (in the chair), Messrs. IL. Butler. Gill, J. L. Archer, Holmes, Haiw kins, Goldsmith, Beath, Rickard and Bevun. It was resolved that the proceed ings of the previous meeting, which had lot been regularly convened, should be cancelled. After a long discussion as to the position of the club,, it was resolved " That un advertisement be inserted in the Guarditn, reminding all members of the club that unless their subscriptions, (ten shillings), be paid by the 31st January; that, in ...

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THE INSTALATION OF THE REV. JAMES MOORHOUSE, BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

THE INSWALATION OF TilO REV. 'JAMI?S 'IMOORNOUSE BISiHOP OF MIELBOURLE. The In*talaltion of the Bishop of Melbourn tookpice on Thursday, the llth Inst, It St. Ja3umi( Cathedral, Melbourne, before i crowded assemblage; after the installatiot fullowed c THE SRMD10.. The Bishop then delivered a sermon, taking fol his text the 53rd verse of the 6th chitbter of St. Matthew's Gospel, "Sleea ye first the kingdom of God and bhi rigbteonsaess." Ile asid that hbe con iJered the text a fitting one for the occa sion, an would endeavor to explain its meanTig as fully as possible. If anyone had asked the apostlea what they were sent into the world to do, he supposed thai : they would have been ready enough with the *newer, "to set up the kioglot ol God, because in their Master's lifetime ths was the message by which they were commisaioned, " Go preach unto all men, and 'say the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Towards that end the Lord him self delivered many discourses, and it was for this purpose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

Shire of Portland. n PLa'lATIONS mre invited fromt ortlei lkwwllinug to uudcrlako tlho dutlco of ILIltDSMAN for Digby 'T'own Coi mton, to ho sent in to Shire U011uo, Condlh.at IO .nm, on 'Thur'ldy, January, 18th Intalnt. •, " , + . . tie ,, , ". Il i' To .WOOLGROWERS And FARMERS. CROAKER. SCOTT & CO. AItI PREPARIED TO PURO'HASE WOOL DURING TIHE ENSUING SEASON LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES' ,il be given upon CLIPS entrusted to our Care fLr SALE either in 1ELI'BOUiONE. or LONIDON, The laltter to be consigned to SMESSR. WM. JACGSON AND CO.,. 8 ;1AUSTIN EFRIARiS. LONDON, INC. CX.XP, CONSZG'ED, TO US ro0 Shall have our careful attention, `And the .rates of F:tc(toul, INSunANCEt, &e. ' Shall be arranged for A: t Looest. Current Rates. , . - are alsoo open to PURCrlASIE,?thAII ADVANCES UPON O , STORE lOR SALE, WHEAT, or other FARM PRODUCE. CROA?KER, SCOTT & CO., S tIL; Wi rLL.A e BTET, MELBOURNE; ' PEnoer BTr .T POIRTLAND. Portland, Pernun ent Building and Invcstment Societ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

S~I4PIP G. o',OT OF OR?I 'LAtN? .{ . January 13--Otway, steamer; 446tona,; Captain Thompa.u, ifro 1 u loelbournc, via Jilfast and YaWrruamtnool Saloon--Mrs. 1. J. Carty and cdild, Mrs. J. t. Rlole, Mrsa. Voysey and child, ras. II. L. Simpsoun,Mrs. Ilodge and child, Mrs. Crane, and family (4), Mrs. Bryant anJ 2 children, Mrs. Buadall, Mrs. Hudson and child, btlsses haill, Fry, and Coolahan, ?a ors. D. ltule, J. McCallum, Thorpe, Voysey, E. Burbank, D. 1'. Keogh, ilil, Sowdeu. Ilodge, Steele, Bryant, Kerr, Poole (2). Ilumphries, Hudson, .ouwlck, and 32 in the steerage. .. r????: January 14.-R-ob Roy, steamer, 350.tons, Captain Audrew,master, from Melbourne via Belfast and Warrnambuoo For Warrnam. -- boo-Messrs: J.J MN Eot rri, -Natlor; Smith;° Cheltriele,_ .Pu ,,auea, Trantar, l~aylor, C. Affleak,.Msrriren, Pocock, Johnitone, erv. 1Dr. Beamisb, Master Grice, Mrs. nailor and ---two children,'Mrs Cooke, 3Xrs.:Sipenceri. - Carutld~airss~?,Watdetayo?andoMnlttgomery,: -" Garllck, Abchibald...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

'. ammirinin bool Steam Navlgatfon o p . any Limited. t i; "'r 2iEW STEAM[SHIP C.arr. J. THOMPsoN, LEAVES MELBOURNE Per WarrSuambool, Ielfast, and Portland ON, TUESIDATI, BAILING FOR MELBOURNE Prom Portland rFRIDAY MOINr IS, FOUR A.M. J (WetL?er permittlng).. FARES. smloon ... e£1 5 o Return £2 0 0 e eCabin 0 10 0 ' ,, . 15 0 , Children under s13 years, half fares. ntara n ikete available for One Month. :,:ssengers are respectfully requested to ,:-tale their tickets at this office,and shippers e. make early application for space. I Boata in attendance to convey passenlera free of charge. Not ,responsible for passengers' luggage unlesl entered as cargo. No claims against the Company will be entertalned unless made within three '(3) days after vessel's arrival. Freight at current rates. W, ": P. Anderson, A gent, I?toarTAcn 3rd October, 1874. 2'Ae Warrnambool Sltean Navigatiosn S Company (Limited.) Notice :to Passengers and Shippers. J FHE new and full. ship NELSON.' with lit testltim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

To WOOLGROWERS and F.AR]YRMRS. 11 ool. - amrad Nlaeejsklia~l ,;~ Or. wuIIll. cmnI vrin all site wther for, sal lu Mlbciogiru or shilpmient ''.hIphij;irtu njcpleti1 or o ji 1' roduce tt ¢urrcILt rute. V I. tlW8l1rV1LL,, Sbccrclrto 'Irhtio s huntit. P 'ortlou, )Iti Nuvripbcr,, 1870., SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. = Notioe.. STEAA- TO M E L B OiURRE. THE S. STEA ISHIP h, . C*rraxKW LEPTIIOME, T' Will sail from Portland (cather permittipg) - early on WEDNESDAY, 17Tn INST.? S For sFreight 'ipply to u . W. SHEVILL, SAgent 7 r = KESSIS GREEN'S PAS Wi.l-II .S BtENdER SI?nS. - - * BLACKWALL LINE, for y: .:LONDON.1 rs, The splendid clipper ship r ' SUI PE Rt- B, be ,3 '14150 tons, -. g, Al at Lloyd's. r, E. S. LOO W CommanSder, 4, Will be despatched from the Sandridge Railway Pier on:.: as, THURSDAY, 25It JANUARY. in The Sperb is one of'the flonest and most Sfavourite passenger ships in the trade, and is f ?well known fitha rapIdity and ;regularity cof th er' issages. Inspection is specially The SA...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

.. COMMERCIAL. .-..-POIRTLAND. MARKETS Ouardian Ofilcc, January 3548. l ; =Qu quotations are-, , i. O "P,'W- L one?erCoi . , '-,Flour £13 ,' :"Wheat,;-none offering?" " $.,:Oata,°3s 3d to 3s d do .Badrle 3s Gel :,; : -Bran;le3d ;t. Pollard, Is d.do ,::",: SButter, Is.. . ggs lOd dozen-- hee-so (.ol.nil 9d,to 10O per lb A~t ýrl £1ouF~2 l'ipr iobag as. T; .a-y,. ~;,.perbuh.,S. , + ."f"' V i qatnone.. . ?ý0Oats'4a tb 4s OGe ...per bunshel Bran, la Od do : Pollard l Gd1 to Is Od do, Butter Is to Is,2d +l, , E g ,?:t,:/,. doz. . * Bread 7d per 41b leoa , btlimOnas k, £3 l.g) p La (7e, G0 tfon. Molb6urne Corn, Produce, and Proviuoi. 2dalkot Report, January 13 .-.W.-"Lawranb,, on Saturday,' reports that during last two or tlhroedays a bettor feeling has been obsorv. ab??i? the grain and produce market; whoat is ft demandl; and all that comes forward is ,quickly disposed of at quotations; old flour stoll, freely; feeding grains have advanced ii price; in provisions there is no change to not...

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GROUNDING OF THE S.S. COORONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 January 1877

'GROUNDING OF TIHE S.S. COORONG. ,. (ABIIIDGED FROM THE OUTHa' AUSTRALIAN EGItSTE?t, JAN. 9.) An unfortunate mishanp occurred to the well-known Intercoloninl trader Coorong just at the termination of her last trip fromo Mel bourne. She arrived oft, the: Semaphore hetwecenl alf-past 7 and 8 o'clock p.m1. on Saturday, December 13. having on board ai large number of passengers-- i tin thie salnoln and 38 In the steerage-together with about GO tons of cargo. Soveral of tile saloon pas songcrs, including his worship the tMayor of Adelaide, went on shor in the shllipping re porter's boat from the anchorage, and as the evening was flll, and tie other passengers were very anxious to reachl their hlOlnes be fore the Sunday, Captuin Dowell decided to go into the Port instead of lying off the shore. As matters tuorned out it'wan tuin fortunate that lie so resolved, for the evening closed in very darkly, sand coming In on tile top of an unusually high tide, the Coorong got a trifle out of the t...

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THE DISCOMFORTED DEMON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

STILE DISCOMIFORTED DEMON.. n I-never clearly know whyli- visited ithe bld riemetery that: nlight. Perhaps', -it was to ec- how the work 'of re. moving the l?bdies was- gettir;g 0o, for'' they were being taken op and carted away to a more comfortable ,place,, whe'reo.land is leso valuable. It was.. well enough; nobody had buried him. self there foe years,.nnd the skeletons" that were now exposed were old' monuhly afliirs for which it was difi. cult to feel' any respect. However, I' put :a few bones- inn my pocket' as' souvenirs. ''lo night was 'one. of those Ilack, gusty.- ones in March, with great inky clouds driving' ra. pidly across the sky, spilling down sudden shlowers of rain which. ? Ssadden would cease. I could barely: see my way between the empty graves. and in blbndering about among the. . coffins I tripped and fell headlong;. A' peculiar laugh at' my. side caused .. me to turn my hread, nad'I saw a sih.' II gular old gentlenan whom I had often. t noticed harging:about the...

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A RAINY SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

A1 RALn . SUNDAY. "A rainy Sunday is a decided relief to a manr whot works hard through the wek, antd 'is indifl'rent to hlis religious respnsRibility. Sowhen Mr..Cobleilgh awo?ke sleepily nnd regretfully, at .his regulnr hour Sundaly mnorning, itad hIeard the dash of the rair and sough. inig of the wind, and' saw how dark and dismal everything aplpeared, he heaved a sigh of relief that awoke Iis wife. Mr. Culbeigh was gratified thriiugh and through. There was ne going to church. IHe could lie' tlhre until 'ihe felt. inclined toget up, even if it was not till noon. Lying on his Iack, .staring at the' ceiling,' nod feeliing as if every ierve and organ in his body werae restiglit il a ?even-l.hundrtldl.lollar easy cltair, n iMi. Cobleiglh Ioon beaenit atware that the plavster above Lim was dlissolving into vapour, whicls rose in tlie form of an nrel. l'From this sidwly tumbling sudl changing mass of clouds emerged old inme, wvith loIg flowing beards, and dressed like the.figurb ofe" T...

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THE NOVELIST. CHRISTMAS AT THOMPSON HALL. Continued. CHAPTER II. MRS. BROWN'S FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

THE NOVEILIST. CHRISTMAS AT THOMP; SON' HALL. ' BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE.' (From the Sydnh y Mail.) Continucd. CHAPT.ER II. inns. IUO5WN'8 FAILURE. With her eye still fixed upon lidr Sbrdea, she glanced up at the number of the door-333. She had been determined all through not to forget that. Then she urned thbo latch and crept in.' Thechasmber osli irvas'drk after the gaslight on the stairs, but that was so much the ' better. She herself had put out the two candles on the dressing-table before she had left her husband. As shie was closing the door behind her she paused, and could hear that he was sleeping. ,She was well aware that she had been long absent--quite lonhg.enouglh fota a' tkn to fall ilto slumber who was given that way. She must havo been gone, she thouglht, fully an hour. There brid been no end to' that turning over of .eapkins which oho had so well known to be altogether vain. She paused at the centre table of the room, still leaking at the mustard, which she nos delicately...

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POETRY. SPRING-TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

POETR : ... sPRING = TIfE.· dhr spring-tids is the time to learn, Instructions flelda to glean, Through knbrwledgedoor to senter in, Where bright its portals glean. To aflilikd bcd from fltiver to flower, To sip each nootar tiweot, Io garner up fair shet voe of love; In truth and litnesa moot. Our spring-tide is'the time to trust, 'Neath bluest skies of heaven; When htarts rdipond and loves unite, And'confidenco is given: dur spring-tide is the time to loed When hearts are young and strong Untainted by the breath of earth, Then love they deep and long. Our spriug-tide is the time to dream, And castles fair to rai, e, rWhose summit h6ights, 'raid golden cloudse Shall charm ous' youthful days. Our spring-tide id the time to work And toil, in mdrning's glow, To cull bright flowers and treasured joys, Whioh'youth iay only know. Our spring-tide is the time of strife, 'To test' our early powers,. And bravely strive, with steadfast aim, To make dach victory ours. Oh, blessed, bright, and s...

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THE "NO [?]AGA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

Tue Argrsaakes paragraph in the Ilwopden ;uardian to the effect that at the ne. geueral election "There " will be tree dietint. portieos beforen " the coutry, two open and avowal, , " and onaeoret, and working like a n, " mule thole dark," tihe text. forrais. P Ilug the No Popery cry" which on e prior occions has done good servico t pollitical The Argus jumps at the concluesi that "the party working C, " In thdnrk will consist of the Irilh u Colets, who, In virtue of their " religh, are more concerned toi- the as "triumph of their church than they " are for the well being of the land " they live in." This is a' heavy charge and should not be made on the ran3om statement of a country journal having no. better means of knowing what is true in regard to the general election, and the tactics to be observed by rival parties than others. Even if it were the fact that the " Irish Catholics" "as the Argus affirms are ".more concerned for the triumph of a their church than they tire for the ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 January 1877

"Pitchy darkness' has been so m proved as to read "bituminous obscur ity."

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