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The Narrawong Ploughing Match. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

The Narrawong Ploughing Match. (To the Edseor of te Portland Guardian.) Sla,-Will you kindly permit me to make a few observations on the above match, and especially on the decision of judges in Class B. Having been present during the performance of the work, and being myself something of a ploughman, and having had upon more than one oc. casion to decide in difficult eases. I trust my remarks will not be considered imper tinent, nor as dictated by a spirit of cap. tiousness, but as arising from a sincere and earnest desire to see those matches carrying out their intention, namely, the producing a hither class of workmen, and the better cultivation of, the land,-two most important matters. This, however, can never be effected unless the judges are, 1st, competent; 2nd, painstaking: 3rd, impartial. Now, Sir, I and several others present saw good reason to doubt the strict impartiality of the judges in awarding the second and third prizes in Class B,and I respectfully submit that as th...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE HAMILTON STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

THE -HAMILTON . T?ToEPL ASEE. ? : , i . MEETING. '-"I :.r. "u t. Tho following aro tho ofici l viaidi'. caps for the, stiplchseo u mooeting to be heold o6i t'he 16th of Septenmbir : II'NDICAlP IIUIIDLE ItACIE, .+?dl, : ,: :' r r .: I set,lb. Mr J. IM'iKllar's b g lecawabor, aged.. 10..7 Mr II. Ga]lagher'a b In Merry Maldr;.. 10 3 Mr ??: Tralnor's g g Vulcanliged'f.. 10 0 Mr A. M'Intyre's ch g Ragged Jack... 10 0 MAr I. Ilowio's blk g Jack's the Lad, ()ir S aged . .. : . . ? ;. . 10 - 0 0 AMr 1. G.'Rox'a br g Dan Rico; aged ; . !9;12 Mr T. Walker's'b g lailyrogan, agedt 0 8 Mr I. Gallagher's b ibn 'Maid of tihe '' Miat, 9 yr .. ";:?. 19;18 Mr D. Warrell's hlk g Dayeprilg aged 0 8 Mr I1. Itos'eblk g ltip Van Winkle, aged ... .. 9 7 Mr J. Sfarp's blk g Charoail:. ' O 7 MAIR..lIlowle's b g lezique, nged -.... -9- 7 Hr E. G. ItRex's h g Cyclone, aged ... 9 7 MIr 1:. i lerixe b g 'lien lin, aged .. 9 7 MAr T. F'trghseson' a b g'Tn Late, 8 yrs 9 0 Mr J +Berg ii's br g Brownie, aged. A. 0 6...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

I CORRESPONDENCE. Sc o ommnimajino as shall be carly written, umpewteo~ en?pessd, and of loal or geseral letwBra; a no ne bolding onrselsee ropona?ble L ay ezno.A 0?at may be monreyed therein. A Chzthir Ghalic. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) Siu-I hope that you will be good enough to make room for these lines within the columns of your valuable paper, as they are of great importance to a number of your subsaribers. In introducing my subject be fore the public, I hope that itwill receive a cordial welcome throughout the world, and be handled with the honor the matt r de serves. Now, Sir, I beg the honour to inform yourself and your intelligent readers that there is in Scotland an eminent gentleman, Profeasor Binckie, Professor of Greek in the Univerdsity of Elinburgh, who is trying to establish a Celtie Chair in that Unlrersity. I need not explain the meaning of the pur poses for which the Celtic Chair is to be estabilshed. I will only say that it is for the purpose of fac...

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The Shire Loan. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

The Shire Loan. (To the Editor of the Port'iad Gucrd.iu.) Br.a--Mr. Keller, the President of the Portland shire, professes in a letter in your columns of the lit inst., " to set the public right on certain points " baing reference to the above subject, and In doing so says, But a saving clause was added, viz., that the Council reserved to itself the privilege of being at liberty at any time to rtire any. one or all of the acceptances receiving a fulI rebate of interest, &c. Thus it is that thb' present year has been relieved of any portion of the liability, and the wbole revenue de-. voted to works within the shire." No Sir, I fall to see how such a clause as that mentioned could in any way lessen the liability of the shire for this year. At the time it was passed I looked upon it as a work of supererogation. I was not, nor anl I yet at all apprehensive that the bank will refuse to accept the money due to It and allow the rebate whenever the shire chooses to offer it, but am...

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FLOGGING AT PENTRIDGE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

FLOUGGING AT PENTRIDGE PRISON. | Two priso?ers, coniined at the`Eon tridgo Stockade, yesterday received their third instalment of the cat. The hour a fixed for the infliction was ten o'clock, and precisely at that hour representatives r of the press presented themselves t the d gates of the'establlihmont, but, co traryd to the regulations of other goals, they were informed that tile Inspector Gsneral of Penal Establishments had left orders not to admit them. Mr. Gardinec the superintendent, however, telegraph d to Melbourne for further instructions, and after a delay of some little timem the reporters were admitted, and, undot the conductorship of the superintendent es corted to a yard originally constru led for exercising prisoners 'in. Inthe contre of the yard the triangles ore erected, nod Gately stood by with s irt. sleeves rolled up propepred to admimster the punishment which the prisonersver on doubt justly entitled. to rec ive. John Smith, thenfirst man broughtjout and who is...

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(To the Editor of the Partland Guardian) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

(To tL Editor of the Potrdand GuardiJa.) Sln,--leporting on the late ploughing match at Narrairong you forgot to tell your realers and thole intrested in a match between a swing plough and wheel plough, that in Class A the wheel ploughs, by luck. got good ploughing land, and the swing ploughs the wors: of land, and that it was not a fair trial of either man or ploughs; indeed, Sir, it was about the eame as to set two men to write for the bet hand and by chance one would have to write on a blot-sheet the other on note paper. I see, Sir, that you think a wheel plough abridgei human l.bour; I once thought so too, but now I find that such is not the case, as those men who held wheel ploughs in the late mnatch appeared to be aorking as hard na those who held awina plougihs. Again, you think that a wheel plough is easier for the horse-. Now, Sir. if you sawi that wheel plough of F. Sutton's on one scale anl the plough that I use on the other, you would find that the wheel plough would be ...

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SANDFORD. August 9, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

SANDFORD* (vuota outWown cotI t5iONsron '.r.) I August D9 1870. The country about here is looking quite rPrel and beautiful. It would gladden the eyes of an artist to see itjlest now.' Our thi brother Casterton his been a 'gooing in a perisher" over the opening t of the local Mlclalnlcs' Institute. BIruce stimlane, moneerts. andl p?ays have been rlh order of lthe day It mtkos us feel quite mall potatoes" in oomparison. A ploughlinid match it coonexion with the " Marino, Sandfoird, and Casterton l'astoral Agricultlural antd orticultural Society " was held on the 27th ultimlu, at Mr. Doyle's farm. Everything passed off succeassfully. Since my last letter. I regret to say that scarlet fever has made its r".-appeartuco here i, five or sixlfamilies. Very few, of the races are of a severe type. ,As tmigiht be expected under the circutmstances, the itteindane at the State School has been reduced to a very small number. Great niumnbers of cattle have Iboenl passing through here on their way...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

aORT PHILLIP HEADS. s ,et I5.-Hem of tb- +1e, bquaL1n uitf$. Aoguot 14.-('lty of Yedbme, otst.,5dey. Arawz+, IJL, So Zoai..,

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

POET _OF BELFAST: 1 Dg M 1LZ x..?, er., Pordtn& NiL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

Bo~tce. X2 BEWARI.-POISON is now LAID fur biwrp--orrying dogs on .1 E. ,BENTY'i FARM at BOLWAl?RA, and any pr?ou captcring or killiog stra dogs found worrytng or 1l-1o1 ahep on the tfrm, or ivfnz tsIe name o: the UWcr ril rwerlv the above rmward. .. -.- WILLIAM TAYLOR. Bolwarr, Jly 14, 187 . Notice l 2otlooe Notice! A T NEVILr. and Cos, General Store Yc keetqpft a dgle articl a whoU leui ,priceu for c as - h. . : r P* - ercy street Bentinck-street Bakery. "P. GOLDSMITH -V'SIIES to anunounce tnt he has just 7-, V - commeoceed the SBAKERY BUSINESS la ail its branches. SBread delivered to order, of first-rate qullty, and at lowels rate. SWedding and other cakes made to order on the slhurleA notice. P.O. would also draM the lttention of the pullic to hiis large mnd well ssurted stock of 'General Groceries & Ollinen's . .... .. .?Stores, - which lie is prepared to sell, either wholesale or iHtail, at the lowest possiblo prices. The siet'k, lwhich he hais purchased from the first ...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, August 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

MIELBOURNE. (rtoM OUR OWln CORRESPONDEnT.) Friday, August 11th. The conference of the delegates of the MI. and II. B; hallway with the representatives of the Government was attended to-day by The HIonorable T. T. A'lleckett, M.L.C., ,Mr. W. J; Clarke, the newly elected director of the Company, Mr. German Nicholson, and the Secretary and Engineer of the Company. The Government wee represented by Sir Jaones M'Colloch, the ionorables Tto " CommlsalonersofLands and Railways, andtho sectetary and nacountant of the Iailway Depdrtmcnt. The result of the conference Is not at present known, as the gentleplien present have pledged themselves to secrecy, end the brokers In.tero I. and 1. 1. ItRailway Ocbmpany's shares will thus have an excellent opportunity for exercising their ingenuity in getting at the particulars which they will probably succeed in doing before the month is much elder. , Messr. W. J. Lande & Co. lave proved suffielently speculatlve to purchase the wreck of the Quee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

Portland Grammar School. P$INOiPALS: 'MR. S. TABOR, Trio. Colt., Dublin" Mr. O. E. EVANS, Late open exhibltlonor, St. John's Coll., Cambridge. The third term will commence on Monday, July 3. Vacancies for boarders. Prospectuses on application. MdCT7 L IC. ISS WALKER, O)aoAter or STB I STSE'EN's, P'olurANnD, and pupil of the late Herr Stalib, gives LESSONS on the PIANOFORITI. Arrangements as to terms, &c., may be made on application. -, Vacancies for two pupil. Victoria Iloose, Tycrs street Portland, July 21, Portland House School.,".+ rFrHIRD QUARTER commences JULY. L 7T.i Pupils admitted at any other date by arrangement.. Pupils prepared for matriculation either privately or ln the school.. MRS. COOPER, Bentinok-street. LADIES' SCH OOL, S PORTLAND. M? ISS CLARKE wishes it to be noticed . that the THIIIRD QUARTER will commence JULY 17. Fourth Quarter, October 9. Terms for day pupils, including. French : Two guineas, Music and Singing: Mr. G. Pmnrurian. Classes for Drawing an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

..To d asons, Carpenters, and P !' Plasterers. T ENDERS will beo oeoived for the eroa s I' tion of a atoro in Porcmyatreat. Plans and spetifloations to be snon at my Toodors to be delivered by August 10. Tho lowest or any tundorer .no?tecOssarly 'acoptod : 1, 1r _ . " GEORGE DAY . "P6rtland, August 1.. ICROS ' r Architoct. To Stand this Season at. Tahonra anm Condah,: .: Fi' ' years old. :,.!-,? IrllS'";plendid black haorse stands. over / 18, hantds- iglh, is powerful in make, and qulat In'temper,'and thoroughly staunch a in any kind' f'lmrness Hisuprdigre. o ,i excellent. .;His sire, Farmorsi' Glory,.Im- , ported formerly by Mr.Villis, and now inu posselsion of W. Lenrmonthl , Esq., Ettrlck," his dam, ITannah, siro, Tasman, was Impbrted rom" Tacslnattnl eby .If. G; MeLeod,, Eqt, i f rielang, Sohtlh Australla.ln ' ii:i °'.:r r,: ' ,Terms, £2 10s.? to be paid before removal. S"Gbo 'grass paiddocks provided, butt no. responsb llity, +and due -noticel givel to i , owtners for removal ,...

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THE KEW BANK DEFAULTER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

THE KEW BANK DEFAULTER. At the Kew Police on Wednesday; beforo Messrs.; Plhipp (the Mayor), Simpson, Greenwood, nod Lamond, Alfred Edwin 3lanch, aged 25, clerk in the employment of the local branch of the English, Scottiehj'and Australian Chartered Bank, was charged with embezzling, oin August 2, the anm of £939 18s., the money of hle niployers. Mr. Moula appeared for the: prosoen tion, and Mlr. Aitken for the prisnnoe. John Toon, mallnager uofthbeEligaleb, Scottish, and Australian Chartered BMnk at Kew, deposed.-The prisondr was employed as clerk in, theo batk rit Kew, and had charge ol ith'e holokc' acnd cnsh. It was, his duty to receive all cach puid inm, and to necounct for the same. His duty was to balnco his book every uvelning, l td,place the cash in a hag, 'ivillbh' was 'eitheri takeatyjh:bmidlf or mulyelf to the Ilawtlhor bank, where it. was placed in the strong room in a safe. -Thil tnney was .dellveredybnckto the jijriruiner'uvery n mprnrlg Ifdr the purpose of cunJuetliig...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Product our Rights—Not to lafriage apon those of Others. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. THE MAIN ROAD DISTRICTS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

w'a w'ca Is rscorozATED TwE POLALSD WWrfOW! To Protct or lrigh -..ot to Jafringe po those of others. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. THE MAZN ROAD DISTEICTS BILL. THE storm of opposition raised in all directions against the unfortunate attempt of Sir Jaxzs MicCrLI.ocm to provide a remedy for tolls by a Malin Roads Bill points to one conclusion and that is that the bill must be with drawn,and, if we are to have a billat all, one substituted for it that will have some principle of justice for its basis. The measure which is so universally condemned puts the man who does comparatively little, if any, harm to the main roads, on the same level of taxation as the carrier who cuts it up with narrow tihes and heavy weights; and stage coaches using the roads day and night pay no higher than those farmers who carry only a few pounds of fresh butter and some dozens of eggs to market, it may be weekly, .or, it may be at longer intervals, or, not at all. The new Highways Bill in England, entitled,." a bill ...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

TABLE TALK. Tcas?oae's Exraaoanorrar. - In coo. seqeneoe of the publication of the supple mnent with Friday's Guardian, and the extra pressure on the office in bringing it out, the TIhursday's Extraordinary will for the present be discontinued. Tae ExoLtts Mar.IL-The English R. M.S.S. Assam was of Glene]g at 4 o'clock this morning, and may be expected in Hobson's Bay early to-morrow. The mails will proba?bly I dolti.u.A i 0o4.1. bourne in theafternoonof Wednesday, and at Portland on Thureday night on the arrival of the mail from Hamilton. The letters not called for on Thursday night willof course be delivered by the carrier after 8 a.m. on Friday. VoL.cxrrcUs.-The parade last night was well attended, and the customary move menta in the orderly roum were gone through satisfactorily. At the close of the parade Captain 'rangmar read a com munication from head quarters in reference to the examination of candidates for pro. motion, who are now required to have a knowledge of the Voluntee...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. aact It 1o-Er Boo, err, 323 try . Carwz Az..mrsa, 2t p·Ydb ro wammii~toA aod Beifk solooi-3&o Poozyl.n0o Iiow I&G...e, Vdiiis 1Yoa-. Bey. G a.11o.ii. Ka IF L 3n,-=. Juntas, 3Lzzcbe.- asd 34 ca The ra~rrr4+. -Croak b, &r~,r~ Aar=43.-B. ) oe'-., z 'atzo PCet Bob E6, r , , f 1rIro-iib - E ;-t lW.. Au..m~eii.i do 4, s.m. 2 d+ Qoam.. 14.. a t..A 1 di 10.-' 13 a6 Ciatr. Sooax & C(h, 1 c C,..; d4,. L(u-1, I do GC.rr t E ~ !a 4 o. C.: do..ol..,-3 do.C.u. 2 4.. C...FS.-Ls. Car & Ca.. I do C .Liia1i.S3 C.~..p a & 9ot, 5 do Forloy. i .w 1w., 1,6 G. 1,4.h2- d liar~.-rir, II du halz-.. ' d &. II 4 G£OL . r a mu' - Jr -·T :. 1 4. Ja..ao.. I doJOie.11 do yr, c. do . Xo.6. & Co, 32 d. B1.o x Cop.i 2d" Lwo. I di Ltoa. 2 d, Loy1T. 1 d.. B. L.-vo. 1 do DSrair,1 a. Lrne & Ras?, iv da 4anz. 1 6. I'toa -r-. 2 do Ii.., 1 6.. )[ur.*oT. d2 3 Coaabr.1 d6 ML a. 1 6, Ihxaedl, 1I do ldoam~f., 167 2&-Ybnd....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

To Shippers and others. Tl't Clipper SCHOONER MINNA BELL Will TRADE regularly betwh ITLAND and MELBOURNE. For .freight, 0 &i , apply, to P , .. . r . ANDERSON, i * Portland, ..Or JOIIN TURNBULL,_ - ,- t No?- 1i Queen street, Mcel,'utru'." Regular Steam Commanioatlion between' leilbourne, Warr. aa.'nbool, Zelfast, and wortlan.d' TI'I underaigned despatch Steamers as uid- er (weather permittrig): FROM MELBOURNE ' To *arrnambool, Belfast,. & 'otland Name, of Steamship. "'S:llitg Daiy. : 'YjIA "PERCY. ,'Evr,'y. TUESDAY,. RO':' ROY? Every 'FRtiD)AY, at 2.30 p.m. FR OM PORTLAND Melbotirnie, calling at Belfast and ,Wairnanbool..' . Name of Steamship 'Sailing Day. . ii...."., ' . Every TIUESDAY, SRO 'ROY s.on ling from 'Port lnnd.at2 a.nm. . I Every E, R I D A Y, JULIA PERCY . sailing;from Port S:lad at 4 a.m. .Boats will .he in. attendance' to carry pan, -engers from the north jetty to the steamer rom 8.30 to 10'o'clock, tho 'night previous to sillng,., . ,:. . . . Return t...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. I (r'ox o oca Oars OOaa.SPO xDaTs.) VICTORIA. IIELBOURGKE. ArnGrr 14. The postal authorities notify the laying on of steamers from Penang to langoon to keep op the communication between the cables; four days' s:eam. The anosul show of entire borses, held in the National Agricultural Society's Grounds, was a great snoea LuInee and Clyde obtained the Smesaon award. Sarah Curri, a domestic serrant, aged 18, has been committed to trial for barglary on Mr. Uroaker's premises in May last; the was tracked to Robarton and the property found with her. The Chief Secretory received a depu. tation relating to the di.tribotion of seats in the Electoral Bill; he protested against the interference of non-residents in the districts affected. Prospecting party to the Omen district report to the Mining Department the discovery of gold in a aream, with tin and sand, at Slater's Creek. Wheat, 5s. IId; flouor £12 I2s; oats, 35. to 3s. 3; maire, 3s. ld.; pollard, Is. Cd. The English mai...

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PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 16. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 18 August 1876

PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEoDNEDAY, 'AUUBST, 1G. 3Buforo tho Mayor, (J. 'rangmar), aud J,dLou Arohor,, Eq., J.P. SJthn M'Orao e. Martin M'Namnara COharged with wilful trespass on pro ,.I trty. IMr. 11, Butler appeared for plaintiff. John M'Crne sworn: I nlm.ownor of fiv6 nares, allot. 0, parish of Portland; there is a cottage oructed on the ground ; I know difundnalt, he nounpios my gottage; I have told him I wanted the liid, buht lie refuseo, to quit" the premises, and still remnnal against my will : I have tried to plaot and pilnug the land, but oonld do nolhing while the people were l the houseo ; ,1 'Natnlra's wife shut the gate in aly fitoe and nailed it up, throntonhig me if I roalud the roils : I never gave dundtetdnt any authority to ouaupy; I eitplild illoult 16th July for plsesaloun, Slbut no attemilt wtas Irnlldeu y dutluluant to eoiiiply with toy notioe. 'J o defutdlnnt.--I asked you, to leave D.teoldinit snated that le had never *lwet.i ukedl to leave thu huso ; eu paid n...

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