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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

OROT PrnILLW -HEADS. August lo-Medea; bque., Kewc tle. City of Melbourne, .str..B,'Iue7_ Pt~uz Lcb., western Port. 8 ntis. and bque. outside. August 1O.-Phtaros; (lost, str.;'Yew Zealand..

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 9TH AUGUST, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEzsDsAnY, 97n Arc.er, 1976. On the bench-the My or (J. Tranmarn' Eq.,) W. A. Mncre, Eaq. J.P.: J. Lee Archber, Esq , J.P.; and J. Marriott, E'q, J. G'orre Lamb and A.. Keiller were charged by Sergeant Damn ter, Inspector of Nuisances, with permitting offensive matter to lie on their premises. The bench inflicted in each ease a fine of Sa., wi'h Si. costs. Wyndham Bannister was brogbt nop on remand, chirred with h-vin? fnored and uttered a eheque for £G, porportil g to he si?ned by Nathan Thornley. ' The prcnecution was conducted by Sereanot Dempster. The indiccment having been r?nd, the prisoner was asked how be pleaded. end retlled that Mr. Reynolds had under taken ha defence., bt, owing to some caue which he eruld not ezolain, was not in attendance in court. Under these cir cnmstances he did no: know how to act. The case was then proceeded with. A. G. Rickard. being duly sworn, deputed :-I am a draper residing in Portland; on the: 16th or 17th May last, pri...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE NARRAWONG PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

THE NARRAWONGC PLOUGHING MATCH. :IThi match o WVednoesdaJy lst, thie th inst.,~ at Narrawog, on tihe farm of Mr. P. Saunldors, was a groat sulCeBs. T.?hoo wore represOntllltivea from Portland, Bridgewater, IIoywoold, ani Condbh, and grueat intarest was matoleted illo ie diltferenat competitors, twelvo of whom appeared on the.field. The padduclo selected was aI rich loam, In. glass and clover tlrco yoear followr, but the. ground was certainly far from unilform, as iw some placis It shored black, in other parta a rIch chocolate, and in some parts it was so uneven from cross-plougling that It was impossible for the plouglhmon, no mnatter how skllfnl, to give the furrows an artistic finsle, and in the bottom Inhds there were pools of water lying on tile ground whIth made ploughing both dlIcult and ln pleasaunt. It is to be Ihpcd that another yoar the commoittee will be able to oselect gronn tlaot will be easier for mu and horso. Th time allowed was five hours, and all th competitors fin...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

FATAL AOOIDENT AT SEA. The schoonorGlengarry, from the Gipps. laud Lakoseutrance, reports a fatal disnater at sea. On Saturday, 29th ult., at about 10 o'clock, while the vessel was hove to tnder Capo IIowo, a seaman named William Russell fell overboard from the weather side. A life buoy was thrown to him, which he appears to have got hold of. The schooner was imtmeJiately put into the wiud, but refusing to stay oi accouno of having close reofed sails, she was wore round,but it was impossable to get again near thespot where the unforrunate iman had fallen overboard, and the sea being too rough to enable a boat to live, the "poor follow had to be left to h:s tlte. Tel n _raph, -'d -- -,?

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORTLAND CANAL SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

PORTLAND UANAL BOHEME. In consequence of pressure on the last Issue we were compelled to hold over the specch of Mr. M'Coll delivered' at the close of thbo Labour Reform meeting on Saturday night last, the 5th lust , in M'Conachy's Lamb hotel. The following Is the substance of his statement. Mr. M'Coll, who was received with cheers, alid, Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, otoe of the previous speakers said " where thoro's a will there's a way," and he (the speaker) and the Grand Canal Company, which he represented, had the will to reclaim for the use and benefit of Victorihus 15,000,000 acres of now useless scrub lands in tile north partof this colony,and with the assistanc of the people, so directly interested if the result, it was strange if a way could not be be found. (Cheers.) The way he (the speaker) and the company which he represented proposed to recilim thie laud with the ass!2'?uce of the colonists was to run a natural river through the district com muenciug at the Goulbournl, t...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

SHIPPING'' ,,- - orr? pOF PORTLAND.,__ August 9-Julk Percy, steamer, 550 tons, ,Oaitain J F. Neilson, from Melbourne, ia ?asrrnambooland Belfast. Saloon '--Mssrs t. Sh?'ellok. Ogilby Andrew Agnew, John ,Gilson G; W, Selby Junr., Master Sbeloek, Sirs' lttot, Mrs' Bainrd, Mrs Brady, Mrs aloy, 'Mrs Drew, Miss M. Midgley, MSiu Drew, Miss Midgley, and 30 in the steerage. Croaker, rSott and Co.. Agent. ,5nuust 9-Qtway, steamer, 271 ton, Capt. J. Thompson, from Melbourne, ria Warr. "'ambool and Belfast. Saloon-Mrs Dooley, Mrs Sommerirille, Miss Jennings, Miss Martin. Bestre.Pd'KIa?og~ - omimeg'ille, 11arrell, H. Gallagher, d 42u'n steerage. WV; P. Auderal;'agent. SAILZD. AugustTlZ1lia Percy, sli, yBef IaV- Otway, ate;, -Belf?a?" Ixroars Per btway, sttrm,f'f r m elboane.-" 85 pkge,.Anjer an, 35 do Barnes, L dp 'Caveoagt ,. 0I de . . Crbch, 6 do Cue andC.,l do Evans, 1 do Foster, I do French, I do G.uardiean, 4 do arris, 2 doR. Heny,. 9 do 'E. enty,' db Howard, 15 do ailmer andl Co., 39 do.....

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PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

PORT OR WYARRNAIBOOL. August porn.2. .Wentwnrth bq., Sydney.

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

PORT OF IJELFAST. Anguzt 11-Otway. str.. Portand. .. 4nlia Percy, eta. Portland. UIbLZD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

: THE PORTL~AND it GUARDIAN r IS PUBLISHED EVERY. TUESDAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS AT TIIE OFFICES, ' BENTINCK `STREET, PORTLAND,. r .o " , I Where adrortisomonte will be reoclved U 1to 10 nm. on Cdays of publication. {.., .THE "OUARDIAN" CIRCULATES LARGELY IN I3RANXIIOLMg :II AMILTON APSLE"Y , ENOLA IHARIROW CONDAII EDENIIOPE IIEYWOOD CASTERTON MERINO TYIRENDARRA IIOTSPUR DARTMOOR DRIK' DRIlK MELBOURNE MACARTIIUR NARRAWONG -BELFAST WARRNAMBOOL i;.,1 1 toF DIBY,.. .. l..tYA1.YN &r. . . . &. :, In connexion wI th the above newspapor, toi proprietors havo much pleasuro' in In= forming thoe ublic that they aro now prepared to execute, at : Melbourno prices, every description of " e' PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRIINTINC, VIZ., Billheads Business Cards Handbills . 1 -11., ..r PstColor work ;. g t1 I r" o .. .. . A .f_ r I p . . . * Comi neular . toe,, t.. .p pie . - i . .e z ... ,, , f ;l .... oo t Cs-.., Visitl inardso •. .... II .(owIr_ 111. ..... I p p,.t w '. t .from t...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

10 MEETING AT PORTLAIND. S meetin, of burgesses, ?venod by ernont, Was held at the Town Hall, seada? evo?ing last, at 8 o'clook, to the views of the various candidates for is the ioreugh Council on questions of interest. -Tho room was crowded, and ks to a judicious change in the position otable, and a plentiful supply of scats, mfort of the bulk of the audience was SThe mayor, James 'Trangmar, , read the advortisomont convocing the ng,.and said that tholato date at whiolh requisition was put into his hands, nted his calling them together sooner. been unable to advertise it on the lou"'Tuosday, and no alternative was him but to defer.it till thus close on the tdoneday. a the motion of Mr. 3. Marriott, nded by Mr. S. Drew, the Mayor was d to the chair. He asked for each can te a fair and impartial hearing, and d that though the views of some of the kers might not coinoide with those of y in the body of the hall, they wore 'tied to attention and respect. 11o would o the names of the ca...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

APE BRIDGEWATER. oa3 on QWYN poon RSONDoe r.) August 7. Tuesday oevning, a wall attended og was held in the achoolroom at Brirdgewater, to consijer the bility of petitioning the Legislative y against pasesing the bill entitled aa Road lilstrict Vill. . J. C. White, who was unanimously to the .chair, after opening the g, read. the draft of the bill, and oether ertracts bearing thereon from Leader, and then called for the on of those present with regard to ill. Terrill said, It seemed to him that ill hqd been drafted on prlpose to ax farmers; that one half the carts taxed would waver travel a main st alL r J. M. tieosedy said that perhaps ad :'be as well in the present eotJ'state of the people that the bill d pCs; it would then effectually them up Io the necessity of better gagter their own interests. r, ieddtch could not agree with that iopld be paying too dearly for the Halug. He would therefore propose a petltion, praying the Parliament to pap the bll ecept i a greatly ied form, be...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

`.. TABLE TALK. Boonuot? EJLErrio,.-The election day passed off quietly, very little'excitement being manifeted over the event. It must not be assumed, however, that no interest was taken in the selection of cendidatel, for a large proportion ol ratepayers recorded their votes though they made very little noise about it. At about twenty minutes to six o'clock the Mayor appearedin front of -the Town Hall and aunouoced the result as follows:- R. Henty ... .. ... 180 W. T. Pile ...... .. 185 T. Keiller .... ... - 13G W. Cooper ... ...- 110 He then declared the first three gentlemen duly elected to serve at the Borough Council table. Each gentleman in turn thanked the electors for their support, and a hearty vote of thanks to the returning officer, accompanied by cheers, brought the proceedings to a close. ADVANcn OF Tag RAILwAY.-Railway progress about Hamilton is thus alluded to by our oontemporary, though we think a misprint has occurred in the last line but one, where for eight we ma...

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TEETOTALISM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

TEETOrALIM.I.-Mr. Mlaetlllw Burlenlt, the celebratred temperainc advocate, baving maiJu 727 co- ierts at Da,tdalrrl, u.s ILet fur fresh lields and rpa'tures new. lie held his first meltiug at NapeallI yes terday. MAN K ILLeD iB TIiE Po'oICe.-A uman calling hintelf Hiealy, says the A.r.ua, but whoas real anae ins suposed to bC Juhn Turner, who is charged ruithl rob bing the surve)otr' camp. Togaitulin, was fatnlly worndled on Sunday muornilg in, Jenkiin's publichouse, Deepwrter, uear W\agga \1agga, when resisti:ng his arrest by the police. iBefre dying he declared that be was not a robber, and that he tuck tre polic our bushrau-ers. A watch and chain found on hint corresplond with the etfickcs a:1

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Cricket Ground Improvement Fund. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

Cricket Ground Improvement Fund. (To t.e Editor of the Portland Guardizon.) Sir.,-Tho F-uccees that has so far attvnded miy efforts to raise money to carry out the improvements required to the., cricket gro:ind rasy, to a certain extent, be co::sidcreJ a gunrantee that the work so miuchl needed will be undertaken by tho counnitiieu. I have as yet only called upl' a l.jr of the principal business men :nt, prti lniiclittowmillclil o ilnorder to ascer t;lin hll.t support I bhould receive before I finally decide I lo take bth work in hand- * ito rriult haj been must gratilying, for I hivencouw t01 my lint over .0), all sub. H:ritei without the blightet pressure, aid - hLlt only Ihnd two rcfusals. Of course befoto the necessary work can be pro. ceeded with quite dloublu this sum should bo in l nnld, and as the publihc of Portland nro all uoro or less interested in the iinprovenniit of the reserve (which is not like n ri'etta or boros race, on tody and uver tinorrw,) it will become a perm...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

CORRESPONDENOE. WhiLt nmlit.Ing theo gre it literary hrI .om to C. rreiponj.u:, our coluims will bs opn ony to e c C:n julcations as Bball ba clouly written, tr;e'rctl;y exClpruO, an of local or general i cM c ct; iL no wlIu hl-lcn ourselves rSpocMblo for anly Vc;ilons that m;ay bo converlc tbhcrrn.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (PROM OUlt OWN COIttRP.rPONDENTS.) VICTOI:.I. MELBOURNE. Accasn 0. The batik defaulter, lianch, bas been committed for trial. 'iue defidency in his accuunts was .940. A -storekeeper in the Royal Arcade allowed water to overfltw from his 'pretnuses into those of a neihbbour, who kept a fancy ar:iclo store. IThe goods were damaged, and on be g sold at auction, realt'ed .£100 lhat tlel the teal undamaged value. A. verdit for that autr was awarded the plaintiti Tihe investigation of tihe Navigation BDard in cloecd The Linstl atuniuce the opinion that the loss of the QaUieus laud urose from the neglect of Aium.vorth, the becuiJ ultlicer of the lrrabuoul, to report the light secen to the aptain ; also through ht ring altered the our?e of the Il'trrhbout without Illthe captin'a Iustrnc* tion.. "Ainta ort:h wilb be .lI)d before the noard to taorror for his ,e ince. There are .celny-tao ac¢ltances fir the Melbourne Cup. In.bb rough, Neridah, lic'rmouud, 1Ilrcut, aund Nenlll...

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THE MAIN ROAD DISTRICT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

THE MAIN ROAD DISTRICT BILL. No measure oft' taxation yet pro posed in Parliament' by 'Sir JA?ass McCuLLOca hss raised greater indig nation amongst farmers and selectors than the Main Roads Bill recently introduced. It will be seen that the farmers of Bridgewater, in public' meeting 'assembled, have unanimously paised a resolution in condemnation of the measure, and at the ploughing' match iat; Iasrawong, a report of which 'appears in -another column, there seemed td hbe but one opinion, to the eflect'thit Sir JAMES M0cCuL LOIrr auidh. Ministry, would tax farmers,selectos, and tradesmen, any body in fact Lavo their friends of the squatting prfession.: This may be true orthe co tray, but we can assure the Ministry at such is the prevalent opinion amonist the farmers ; and Sir JAMEs, if he would retain his position beyond the tcme that a general election will put it in the power of the people to make theirlnfluence felt in the return of members, he must revise his policy. and include ...

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HOME BATHS AND BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

HOME BATHS AND) BATHING. BY A NAvY SunorGo. I am rnot by any means a hydropa" thist; neither, on the other hand, do I blindly pin my faith on the British pharmacopoia ; but I will say this of hydropathy-I have cured very many cases of chronic illness, of lingering children's and women's diseases, skin and liver ailments, and dyspepsi,,. by a judicious system of baths and bathing, which never would have asuccumbed. to medicine alone. As for the latter, I must say (and your own ddtrr :will t'ellI you the same, if you choose to ask him) the umonuiit of physie taken by pid-ple, in real or fancied illness, w?vhether pre' scribed or not, is not orily generally quite unnocessary, but often highly inj'urious to the uasiilutiboi;?ta rild The household bath is very much .nogiedtod`:iil'.this country. Of course, everybody above tie rak" of. labouer or 'shopman has a " tub" in' the morn ing, and very much surprised isao"very" body if you tell him that, in five caseo at least, out ofa ten, this ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ADELAIDE, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

SOUTH -AUSTRALIA, ADnLAIDE, August 9. The government have arranged to give free pn??,aes to domncs:io servat.nt trained at hiver Greatorex's Orphanage, I.undou. '1 be loss to the revenuo of the lanud line fruit foulr mllonthy' int. rrpl)tiolO iu the cable. i, estimated at £3500. A private telegram from London quotes bwhet at 4D9. per quarter. At Ilubarton, on Mon.lay, the TaJs tnaniaiu Steanm avigatio Coitnpany declared a dividend of 8 per cent., with a bontu of .? per abare.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

NEW SOUTHI WALES. STDNY,. August 0. Kingslorouzh was scratched this after noon fur tho Metropolitan stakes. Lee's stud horse Birbarian, was stuleO frum Dylong station, on Saturday last.

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