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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Office, July 4, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MrARKETS. guadia, Offico, July 4, 1870. The retail price of flour is £1 OJ per 'oag O'ur quotations are . WHIIOLESALE PRICES. Flour £12 Wllcat, 5s to 5s 21. per bushel Oats, 3s 3d to 3s Gd do Barley, 3s Gd Bran, is 3d Pollard, Is G6 do Batter- Is 2d. lb. Eggs Is Gd. dozen Cheeose (Colonial) Od to 8d perIlb. RETAILr. 'nRICES, Flour, 26s per bag cash. Barley, 4s per bushel Wheat, le Gild do Oats, 4s to 4s Gal do Bran, Ts oa do Polland Is ad to Is Oc do Butter Is 4d to ls Gd lb. Eggs, Is OD do?. Bread 7d per 41b loaf limosa Bark, L3 per torr bMebourne Corn, Produce, and Provision Mnrket.-lst July, 1876.--W. JLawrace on Saturday reports that the market for bread stuffs is firm, and prices have advanced; borio feed is very dull;. provisions, without much change, except for really prime potted butter, whirlch is scarce, and has advanced in price. Closing quotations:-Wheat, 5s 10d to Gs Id per bushel; flour, £12 10s per ton ; oats, 2s 6d to-3s 2d; maize, 4s; barley, Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
SPECIAL ADVERTrSEMENTS. d Portland Auction Mart, JULIA STREET. do - r RICIHMIOND IHENTY, AUCTIONEER, 21 LAND, STOCK & FINANCE AGENT, do y, WILL HOLD SALES AT IIIS STORES, 1, JULIA STREET, aid PORTLAND, do do Of Wool, Sheepskins,. do oTallow, and Hides, do om EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT TWO O'CLOCK, And Cattle, Horses, leg Sheep, and Sundries, e, EVERY SATURDAY, ATr TWELVE O'CLOCK. 30 Account sales promptl rendered. art 'pe Saturday, July 8. 1a ICIIMOND IIENTY has received in s.. l tructions to SELL by public auction, aer at the Plortland Restaurant, Percy street, at two o'clock sharp Furniture and effects, consisting of Bedsteads, Bedding, Chairs, Tables, &c., Crockery, Aimerican Stove, complete, Sundries, &c. id. Land. Land. Land. RDICIIHOND IIENTY has for SALE 10 ACRES of LAND in the Borough of Portland, close to the railway. Pigs. Pigs. Pigs. c ICHIMOND IIENI has PIGS for sale Bran, Flour. 1Tfoi?ice. er, - RICIMOND IIEN'TY offers his services as VALUATOR for all L...
FEMALE BOXING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
FEMALE BOXING MATCH. One of the latest "sensations" in New York has been a "female boxing match," aptly described by the New York Times as a "'novel and nonsensical exhibition." The combatants-or " Indy contestants," as they are called in the report of the proceedings were two iallet-girls, of the kind known as "variety dancers." One, Miss Saunders, wrore a white bodice, purple knee b'eeches, which she had borrowed from an Ethiopian serenader, red stockings, and shoes. The other, Miss Rose Harland, was attired In blue trunks and white tighlts. Both appeari.d nervous, were very pale. trhid to hlish, and "partially succecded." When fighlting began I oivs ITarl?ant "did not know what to do I with her hands." Miss Saunders, how ever, had her fists more at cotnmancd, nml after soime preliminary sparring, succeeded in striking her opponent" square in the face.' Miss Itarland, on her side, " by a vicious blow from the shoulder," nmanaged to dis arrange Miss ,iunder's black hair. Moth ladie...
THE STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
THE STATE OF EUROPE. .THE aspect of European affairs, a disclosed by the intelligence to ha by the mail just arrived, is eminent calculated to raise doubts as to tl long continuance of peace. The mot powerful empires on the face of tl earth are all armed to the utmor extent that their finances will endure and they have almost countless thou sands of men wi:hdrawn fiom peacefu arid reproductive labour, and living or the -industry and resoyrces of theos who remain in the pursuit of their ordinary avocations. These vas legions are but awaiting the fiat of perhaps, only one man, and a conflict will commence of a character that the world has not as yet experienced. Turkey, tlint 1 ti noir of diplomatists for many years past, promises to be1 the casus belli which will eventually enwrap the whole of Europe in a fierce and sanguinary struggle that will be without parallel in the history of past ages. The condition of that once dominant country has become almost unendurable to civilised and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
To Shippers and others. THE Clipper SCHOONER MINNA BELL Will TRADE regularly et?een OIRTLAND and MELBOURNE. - For freight, &c., apply to W. P. ANDERSu,- Portland, Or JOHN TURNBULL, No. 1 Queen street, Melbourne. Regular Steam Communication between Zolbourne, Warr nambool, Belfast, and Portland. T E undersigned despatch Steamers as under (weather permitting): FROM MELBOURNE To Warrnambool, Belfast, & Portland, Name of Steamship. JULIA PERCY. ROB ROY Sailing Day. Every MONDAY, at 3 p.m. Every FRIDAY, at 2.30 p.m. FROM PORTLAND To Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrnambool. LVame of Steamship ROB ROY JULIA PERCY S?lling iDay. Every TUESDAY, sailing from Port land at 2 n.m. Every TIHUt SDAY, sailing from Port land at 4 a.m. Bloats will be in attendance to carry pas cengers from the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to sailing. Return tickets issued available for either steamer for Two Months. Fares and freights at current rates. CR...
TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
TABLE TALK. MeIEncL.-CiinCese doctors, all of thelm "celebrated," are becominig the rage. Tnck Sin is announced elseclihere as in early attendance at Devan', sand we Shave no doubt he will get hi- slihare ofI whit is going. Tur STA.MPSTATrT.B-The nadvertisement that eppe-trs elsewhere in reference to the "Stamp Statute" may trouble sotme of our readers. Thoe htlices that have been issued mean simply that various paymatts (such as fees fir sitmmo~L ses, &:.,7 to Go vernmlent Depat tments as to be in future mde in stuatps, not money, and that the stamps may be procured at any post-office. PrsoLa Sr.i:.rE?.-T'llis vessel swhich sonught shelter here on Friday last, was on ier way from Melbourine to Adelaide. She had to call at lMacdonnell bay tfr a cargo of potatoe, but kinwing that the en trance to that " port" was practically barrel, sheo availed herself of the refige afforded by Portland until the sea modler ated. Au estimate would ba worth having, if we couldI only get it. h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 4 July 1876
DACOMB'S AUCTION MART, PEROCY STREET, Opposite the Railwaay (late Tas manian) Hotel. E. DACOMB WILL HOLD HIS WEEKLY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY AT THREE O'CLOCK, FOR Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, Grain, Tallow, &c., ALSO General Merchandise, Cattle, Sheep, Dairy Produce. HOUSES AND LAND AS SPECIAL SALES, Particulars of which will be duly advertised, ACCOUNT SALES PROMPTLY RENDERED Charges according to .Melbourne scale. N.B. YWool and other produce not realising owner's reserve can be shipped either to Melbourne or London under liberal ad. vances, free of commission. Thursday, July 13. For Sale, by Public Auction, at the Mart, Percy Street, Portland. Valuable Properties in the Town of Harrow. E DACOMB is instructed by the Trus . tees in the Estate of the late W. Crosbie to offer for sale by auction, at the Mart, Percy street, on Thursday, 13th inst., at noon. Lot 1.-Part of allotment 1, section 5, town of Harrow, containing .16 perches or thereabouts, with a one story house erected there...
SHIPPING PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
~;f ORT "'OF PORTLAND. ARtrED. July 5-Otwar, sterimer; 446 tons, Cape J. Thompson, .from Melbourne, via Warr nambool and Belfast. Saloon-Messrs. E. Atkinson, J.- L. Archer, S. MoConachy, --rowning, Tytherloigh, L'ook, A. OQuinn, Livingston Sour., Lisingston Junr., W. Crosbie, B. i.. I)Xods, W. Milne, Mrs. Priestly, Must, (two) Mrs. Wilkinson, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Juck, Moesrs. Bamfield, McDonald, Masters Wilkinson, (3) Misses Annio McPherson, WVaro, Henderson, Mesdames J. Ware, Henderson, George Jobbins, Messra Thomas, Jonvov, Curtisa, P. Allan1 , Wilkinson, Lormor, Rhodos, J. Varn, II Gallagher, Napicr, George Jobbings and 44 in the stearagoe " SAILED. July GTJuii Percy, steamer, 550 tons, Capt, J. '. lei~ani , for Melbotrne, via Warrnambool andi - Belfast. Saloon--Mrs Wilkinsop, -(2) ,M4rs Humphrey, Messrs MclCenuy, Durham, 'McCarthnueyDowns, and 12 others. 'July 7-O'tavy, 'seamer, 271 tons, Captain J. Thompson, for Melbourne, via Belfast aUd Warrnambool., Saloon-Merws. Lyne,...
MASSACRE IN THE SOUTH SEAS [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
MASSACRE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. The schoioner Dancing Wave arrived at Sydney on Tuesday night from the Solomon Group, under charge of the mate of the barque Sydney, Captain .Harrison and all hands. excepting one on board the Daneang Wave having been murdered. The following are the particulars of the massacre:-On the 22nd of April last the Dancing Wave called at Florida Island to obtain native labour for Homerset. A num ber of natives were engaged and brought on board, and there were also a number of others who had received tomahawks and other articles from the captain in barter. Without warning, the natites rose upon the crew, attaing them with tomahawks. Captain Harrison we alsmee instantly killed, test her with some of his crew, while the cief officer and steward, after being wounded, reached Isaeibln, where they shot theelves. A mm e sad Broa (e Boand)?uMp oevre? o to 8vae, 40 lt e? ?eboatwheai vresel. wa teoerseil sbeesew of bhe atque Sydney ·sOd t es ?n found that the mtivee hba pl...
PORTLAND POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
PORTLA1ND 1POLI OOUBT. WEaDnwnAr, Jdir b, 18768. Before the Mayor, J. Trangmar,Esq.,J ., W. A. Moore, Esq., J.P., and J. Marriott, 'Jltce e. J. Jennings,; charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendant admitted being drunk, but denied the disorderly conduct. Constable Fraser dcposed that at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 4th he found defendant in Julia street jn an inenpable condition ; he was making a row ; took him in charge ; found £17 in his possession. The Bench fined the defendant 5s, in default 24 hours' imprisonemnt.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA MELBOURNE, JULY 6 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
- LATEST ,.--,RA - .: S MELBOURNE, J 'gF .' A.merlcan barque wrbc;ked in Rivoli Bay ;'tbe beach atrewed with wrcCkage; Jeared al liie.1lo&1t; naunteporteddaa the Geltwoid. ', , - , Will of ti% b1ate eh't Aribigo" proved at £10 ,QO(.Yp *&. So l' iAmotf leprosy by vgo-* tbIto ooveaerrfr auccetlul. :'" Jewesa'-waw brought before. the Pollee' Court for.-openng her shop on. I Sunday; pleaded that ahe closod from conscientiousness on Saturday; the magistrate *accepted the excuso condl 1 tionally. that the offence was hot repeated. 4 Wharf robberies of coals and potatoes frequent; the dctectips -'airrested two offeudors, each senteuCibd to three months. An excited litigant called witness a I liar; the beuch ordered.his incarceration, t but subsequently commuted the sentence for contempt of court into a fine. Kaye, deceased miner'swidow, obtained 1 compensation for the death of her E husband, from the Ironstone Hill Com- b pany; new trial or noneuit moved for; a judgment res...
THE BOROUGH ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
THE BOIQUGH ELECTION. IT is a healthy sign when the rate payers of the town are already making efforts to secure the best men for the next Council, and it is a matter of regret that Mr. SCOTT, whose refusal to 'stand as a tcandidate.. appears in another column, canndt spare the time which our municipial matters unques tionably demaud. MIr. .'ScTT itn Iis reply refers to. gas and water supply,. bobh of which are essential to theLIon vcnioace and..l~falth of thei town, but, whilst hoth.are eocessary,.we say iome steps should be taken to make the streets in places where the unfortu nato inhabitants have to wade to their dwelling houses. It is -.nonsenso to say that the rates will not-afford any -additidnal 'prccent expenditure. This may be so, but:.why in ,the name of common sense should the streets of the town be left year after year in- a state of nature, a discomfort and dis grace to our progress, when the whole might be.done with borrowed money, and repaid as' the etowna progresses...
Volunteer Band Dues (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
Voltiteer. Band Dues. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) . S?,=-A correspondent in your last issue, . p.d.. the signatore. of "Volunteer,"' refers Scertain. cominplaints supposed to have emanated from the Portland Band," and as Sth~ietid?itenoroft that letter ia, to my mind, S.ibea tadI)hhroughout to Milead the public, ;,A*1e of the Band, with .levea. others, --ave your Indulgence for space in your ;rleaz)issueto " speak the truth, impugn it whqaelist" Atf the priactice-eveaing .of the 12th; May, Captain, Trangmar iantimated: that he had suffipient funds lp hand,- to ,pp a~ae ea new drumt and a pair of cymbals, 'thiclthe Bandmaster replied that a base -- "o zuniment was required also,.which, as thero. was notstlffpient money for the purpose, we. Sniperstood, -the- gaptain .would: good .lhtmouredl"furnish from, his own private :pnra. and cif so, how comes it that "the Srdileene? is now belsg.made upby sabeerip Umsea from the townspeople ?" Again, if the u smoeastrtlol. oQom it...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
0 -= CORREBPONDBNCE. ·WbMM. sdiotfaJnLbs gft. tt liteaory froedom to ,bpers..podenta; oar aolumds a il beiopon only to aat caooipatiooe p shaMll. be clcarly written,, 4 eijato7 elpresui. ad'o f.locº1 or general; "'ki sro inolo wis t halding omyeelves eesponrble. 764 i bplad?; l ionO!hl t hat may be eonveyed tboreiP .
KILLED IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
_I .?tLR IN THI-B TRhEET. Dr. Yonu! the city coroner, hold a inquest on Saturday last,- at the Melbourne Hospital, on the body of Ellen Emperor, a woman who diedfrom the effocts of being ran over by a dray at'the intersoction of Bourko and WVil liam streets. Angelina Emperor, daughter of the dc. cesd, deped that her mother was a hawker, s ry deaf. Decased lost her. husband through a mining aeident at Sand burst, and had snce had a hard struggle to make a liying, She had been very strange in her manner sines her huliand's death, and her children thought sho had never got over the ahockof her bereavement. Four months ago she broke her arm by a ill in Elizabeth street. Francis McCartney, leather cutter, residing at Franklin-street, deposed that on the even ing of the 28th nit., at half-past six o'clock, he waeat the oornet of William and Bourke strootsa . saw- a spring-dray come round the corner of Bourke-street, the horse going at a slow trot.. There was a light on the dray. A woman w...
CURIOUS ROBBERY AT BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
OURIOUW ROBBERY AT BRAID WOOD. No small amount of excitement and curiosity was manifested in this place on Thursday morning, June YS, when the news reached us of a highway robbery having taken place the evening before, about twelve miles from town, and no amount of risibility was spared when the particulars of the daring act were made known. From reliable authority I find this to be the fact i-Mr Smith, the Araluen butcher, sends weekly to Braidwood, a covered waggon loaded with the delicacies of his shambles, and his step son, John Larcombe, a strong, muscular young man, delves the vehicle, accompanied on the same seat with another strong young man. Last Wednesday, at about 3 p.m., Mr. Larcombe left Braidwood on his return home, having disposed of his load amongst our good housewives for £5 odd shillings. When on the Bell's Creek Mountain, at Murder Hill (where a few years ago some Chinamen were stuck-up and eased of a large quantity of gold, and during the affray one of the,unfort...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
Speaking of demoing, a clergyman bite. thi nail on the head with th e remark that "p ople usqally do more evil with h(bei tongues tlla with their togs.'' Some people don't believe in advertising, because they say " Nobody reads the papers.'" But let them get into a scrape, and we'll find thbe flying arbound to the newspaper offices with the reqaest: '" Please don't mention that little aftfir, it is a mistake; I don't wish somy na?t published all over the country."
THE HUNDRED-MILE RACE AT HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
THE HUNDRED-MILE BARE AT NOWLONI, (Abridged from the Wahgunyah News of June 30.) This extraordinary event came oft on Tuesday last, the 27th inst., on the Howlong racecourse. Both horses engaged had been in training for some time previously although it was not known for a certanty whether the race would or would not be consummated. It appears that one of the persons Interested had borrowed the horse John Sullivan from his then owner, Mr E. Brown, and ridden him a distance of about 70 miles in what was considered an unprecedentedly short space of time. On returning home, however, an accident, by which the horse's knees were temporarily injured, induced a little disagree ment'between the parties, and from this, the borrower decided upon purchasing the horse at the price demanded. After concluding the bargain, he casually asserted that the horse wbich-he had just bought had greater powers of endurance than any other In the distrit, when a bystander observed that he wetli back the herm ...
PORT PHILLIP HEADS ARRIVED. JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
PORT PHILLIP- HEADS. SAR4IVrOD. JuLY 5. Stephen, schooner, from Western Port. Alhambra,stot~ er, from New Zselacd. -.. . JULY 6. -Tamar, steamer, from Launceston. Catherine Jane, brigantine, from Newcastle Dawn of Hope, schoonor. Gleaner, achooner, from New Zealand. 'Camilla,: ychopner,.from Hobart Town. Barrabool, steamer, from Sydney. City of Adelaide, steamer, from Sydney. JULY 7. Haraford, brigantine, from Jeddo. BAILED. Jair 6. Falcon, barque;for New Zealand. Clementis, brig for Hobart Town. Maid of Erin, brig,.for Hobart Town. Resolution, schooner, for Duuedin. Lady Belnlore, brig, for Launceston. Dover, steamer. 'City of Melbourne, steamer, for Sydney. Canny Scot, for Newcastle. Eva, for Western Port.
PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIMETABLE MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876
PORTLAND POST-OFFIO TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FRO " 'Melbourne, Geelong, lallarat, Ararat, Hamilton, Condab, 3ranxholime, Heywood, Miya??yn, da?:y, at G pa.m, (on Monday at I n.m.) . Casterton, Sandford, Coleraine, , Merino;T D)igby, IHotspur, lHeywood, Tuesday, Tliuri, day nad Saturday at. 5 p.m. i Belfast, Warrnambool, Narrawong, .ys~ , buk, Tyrendarra, St. Ieleas, Monday al? Friday at 3.30 p.m. Bridgewater, Wednesday at 3.30 p`m.. . ..:. • MAILS CLOSE OI :: AMelbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, AraraLi,. ,Hamilton, Branxholme, Oondah, Ileywbodl? MAyamyn, daily, Sundays excepted, at .6.3Q'" H1Iywood, Hotspur, Digby, Mferio, COle:? raiue, Sahdford, Casterton, Tuesiday, Thurs. day, and Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Belfast, Warrrnambool,Narrawona:Yambo . Tyrenuarna, ?t. Helens, Mondaysand Fridays4 " at 7.45 p.m.: Bridgewater, Tiesday at 7.45 p.m. . S. R1,.DEVERELL; . Postmaster.