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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

ADDITIONAL INF'ORMATION FORI THE PUBLIO. The mail for Dartmoor and fDrik Diik:,: leaves Heywood at 8 a.m. on Wednesday and Saturday,and arrives in Ileywood on Taesdayi' and Friday in time to'catch tho Portland' m ail... . . Letters should be posted for these places Inra T in Portland, on Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m., ani Friday at 6.30 p.m.- ... A mail is now carried between Lower Cape BIridgewater and Mouzie (Mount Richmond)' ;; by the residents, probably on the days of' arrival and departure of the Portland mails; . The Belfast line of mails leaves Portland ' at 8 Ra.mI on Tuesday and Saturilay, initead' of 8.30 a.m. is before; arrivling at Belfast at the same time as heretofore; viz.,' `3.3Q' p.m. The return mail also leaves Delfast half an hour carlier, viz:, 8 n.m., arriving at Portland same time as before, viz.,:3. 30 p.m. N.B.-The night delivery of Melbouriine's and Hamilton nmils will take place ant'the' post-office window: half an hour after the': arrival of the'coacli. -, . Print...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

W E. &WCTEOBAD.& c'. a TA TI ON E RS, t IGIG YEIIS, AND -LITHOGRAPHIIEIS, -(By SpeClal rAppaintmbnt,y.: -: r 67 Collins. street east, * -- MELBOURNE. S . I T WIIITEIIEAD & .QO. Engrjpve .isiting Cards, and print same-invery-best sty'l6 1WHITEHEAD,&, CQ. EngrareCraste and Design Monograms for -Embossing - n 'tepaperi &e: r;? T".'3 t" ! " t S117TiEEEADI}D'0'. ij.iduply: Eiglish periodicaus and newsspaperswiti punctuality to all parts-of thecplou y.. :aW-o' S'nITrllE AD'S dA1'S.- Vitor it155, with all new counties, is.; the che?pe'st and best map publiinhd. Melboin e, Is. 6d. RO-W L EY'S SPARKLL\G Al OMATIC ; GINGER ALE, Lemonade, , arap arilla, ,l .OL ,Tonic -and ,Soda Waters. IJa ing added atl the, -te i2n :provements o our.,aa nery, ,v.ioe,'an-.guaranted the'above ` 7 equal to anythingrum mair factured-.: in.,- tIhe ,-ý.' ..me.ro....i..-........ S t3Standard'. ~lttersj, .t7 aStandsid 'Saiais aili,: I S Standard Quinine ... .. tSTANDARD - .-: -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

£25 aewarar. rTrIE abnvo reward will be paid to any . person who will prosecute to conviction ,the person or persons who maliciously injured my horse, Farmer, at Titlara; or'half the amount will be given for such lirivate infor mation as will lead to the discovery. RICIA IRD) McCARTIIY. Condlh, 3rd Jlly, 1876. Noticeo ! Notice I Notice I A T NEVILL' and Cu's, G?ederal Store kcepers, a single article at wholesale price for cash. NEVILL & Co., Percy street SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Portland Auction Mart. RICHMOND HENTY, Auctioneer and Comnmiaaion Agent. '1TILL hold salcs at his stores, Julia ~V street, of Station and Farm Produce, Stock and .Sundries, EVERY SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock. Account sales promptly ren dercd. Saturday, July 8. I) ICIIMOND IIEN'Y hus reccived in 1 structions to SELL by public auction, o a h the Portland Restaurant, Percy street, at * two o'clock sharp- Furniture and effects, consisting of Bedsteads, Bedding, ' Chairs, Tables &c., Crockery, American ...

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AFFECTIONATE INQUIRIES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

ffMd it T U .?J?-? rd Parker had bee oT in Calfornia for nelgrithirt' fe'idi "ift nast waiter liho came on ~Flt aup aid' a visit tt his old home. 'AImn other acqluaitanues of fo imerdays'ite et Mr lr Gonn, ?apd 13'Goan mentioned that!he.t wastsorry, hii,wife'.a' diitrofrtdwn;ras he= would likeParker td:seo'her??t. c;'.i ?:. ;-s;. "And how is. she asked Parker. "I remember her e. Mary. Jones ;hiW?" 'iA i de y married hert any- .i / ow'1 nlr u too .:• LIrain IaottyFtol say i Mlry'S id detid' been deadmore tlanthan twenty ears.'' Tgn . pbe r ,,i , sid,'j arker:" "Ez?cuse'me from stirring up olfdgriefe Butl hlius'.isyOuesseegud ;wife'?',Fion looking woman, I'll bet. "M'G-o riniiyosl were a3sife i)4?qlest~matirefff.tllt }r r in Yav a ie 'v Wha t is .. ? ruaeteec Ihy ru t; rsny'.',04y ou~ging,tu to,?ýJt uceO ;mriie, to hic ae rnmdouci :t ndii M ioi- nit. it ', s1 'st riot rid t r`ei /': ti ect i discuss-but--,ut-imy second wifeo ,ts ' Iniakf'it% hg i the.vyeore m tihan fifteen year s.ag9;...

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THE COST OF ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

THE COST,-OP ADVBRaTISIG. The following extract froq.labaAmeri can Nwspaper Ijeporter will be' of. interest to. rianyg .of iur:. :readers, especialy thosse who are proplriet-«rs or newspapers. who & 'ill h: enabled to compa-rte-'tieirices-wAhi c- hey - charge for advertiodmentq with itbteyiwhicl their f&rt;inate.i~a ethren in the Thtiled States seems abietti'con-mnan: For the sake of copVeTSaia jreThaivCre~ uced the sums from American into English currency, ~aftu,hb.pe of 4s -tthe dollary -(fit'aaatser;.¼fatirge .cities »u ti United.Stites havin'-an powerfol and thortois~ly, orgnni~i ed Press w.'nM natiafygive rise iT feli sipponsitiin thpa, rtissii as's; cheaper there than in Eaitlan.lwhere the very large papers are-fewlintifaomer."= But soch is not the case. M4fiý s 'WeTikly, foý exnmlile, coisideredVin 'important medium- fori ' scitired"' advertising;, receives fron' Cs [-i0I per line, and Fran: Leslie-s Itrall d ecin faeisaper'from 4s to Qs TheNew York Weekly Tri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

A. H. BURBANK, SURVEYOR Arn LAND AGENT. Ian. prepared. Or(rca-BDNT OcK. STjaT, PORTLAND. * %ottoe. In the ipsolvelit Estate of William Littl©, ladc,' Portkcld. ALL persons indebted to the above estate are roquested to SETTLIE their AC COUNTS on or before the' 4th of JULY net :otllerwide 'they"will be bhanded to a solicitor for collection: OGEORGE JOHfN NICIIOLLS, Trustee, S eto tho Publio. J. O'BRIEN -and Co., WHOLESALE-.AD RETAIL FAMILY , CARCASS BUTCHERS! Beg to intimate that the old-established Butchery lin BGawler Street Wow oar ., Where they will SUPPLY BEEF AND MUTTON Of the first quality At Lresonmable sates. May 26, 1876: THE AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND Lifo Assurance SoioJety, (LImrTED); HEAD OFFICE: 109 Collins Street West, MELBOURIGE. Registered under the Life Assurance donm panie. Act, 1873, a~ a company havin' secured assets in Victoria.- . BOARD OF DIRECTORas: Thomas Lambert, J.P., Chairman. Thompson Moore, M.LP. John Ferguson. Joseph Major Pratt Sison Fraser, M.P. Medical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

To =,81ippers and others. STIIE Clipper SCHOONER MINNA BELL Will 'TRADEI) regularly ipbween ORTLj ND sad MELDOUUNHE. Sor.irei lt51 &c., apply to :.-. W,:: . ANDERSON, Portland, .0. ,IOJOHN TURNBULL, týi .! :No. 1: Queen street, Melbourne. .oegula#. team Communication 1btwe?a .lelbourne, Warr a"stmboo?;; lelfast, and :,', ?1:d:;Portlland. IjE .utserslRnegu despatch .Steamers as. 1. "., i 'i e (weather permitting):- : FROM MELBOURNE To T"Asi jbooL Bxas t, .Portland, N&Mebt Btemimnshp. Sailing Day; JULIA PEROY. Every tMONDAY, JU, I ? :." ,t t 3 p. n ll. ,ROB ROY?, :!. Vdry. FRDlAY,, at F 'BOM' PORTLAND , To: 'e ? io e, calling at, ?eGfast and S:.l, ,,i Warnnambool. iNaluepfs.Stea ip igs Sailing Day. S,?, Ivery, .TUESI)AY, . ]Olt IiOY., saiing fiomu Port , T aid at 2 an.m . Every' THURSDAY, JULI, 'PERCY 'sailing from Port ' :' at 4 an.m. Batas.will.be in attendance, to carry pas mangerinfromithe north jetty to the steamer froai.8.30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to B...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS Guardian Office, July 4, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

COMMERCIAL. PORTLANJD . MARKETS. Guardia, Offlo, J'uly 4, 1876. "The retail prico:of flour is £i Us per Lag Our quotations are WHOLESALE PIC'E . Flour £12 Wheat, 5s to 5s.2d per bushol Oats, 3s 3d to 3s 6d do Barley, 3s Od . Bran, Is 3d" Pollard, Is Gd do , Butter Is 2d lb. •Eggs ls .6d dozen . Cheese (Colonial) Od to 8d per lb. rrAN.l PRICES. Flonr,'26s per bag cash. Barley, .4s .. per bushel Wheat, 5s .d, ... do Oats, 4s to 4s 6d do Bian, la " d - do: 'Pollard Is 6d'tE Is la9 ao Butter Is 4d to Is dlb. " Eggs, Is Odcdoi. Bread 7d pcrAl.4 loaf• blimosa "Biar, L U per tol Mossras A,,Strittlo and Co.'s report.--fol bourne, July,.th,. 187.. Dairy Cattle.- We had a good supply of inilch doeis on' Thursday last, pd prices ruled' about equal to late rates. First diAss neWy ycilved cois. are still in donfstii' ? ood forward springers are readily quitted at on'riers valuations,. Ve 'quote :-Fiirst quality Imilkers, £9 to £12; second guhlit:do, £4 10s tO £7. Store -Cattle :-Our ifil,?fct wa...

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STRUGGLE WITH A MADMAN [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

TRUGGIE WITr A MADMAN. A correspondent of 'the New Zealand Herald writes:-'"Considerable alarm was felt at Te Kopurn on Teesday last, June 14, caused by the conduct of a Maori, a YVan garei native. It would appear that this man has been recently discharged from the Auck land Lunatic Asylum-at iest' ydur corre spondent is so riformed-and arrived here by a late steamer. Three or four days since he broke into the houses of some natives and half-castes late in the evening, and before he could be secured he struck one of the women a dreadful blow over the eye, mak)ng a serious wound. lie then attacked a young man who was trying to defend the woolen, got him down, and was about to strike him with a log of wood, which would, In all pro babilky, have killed him, but, fortunately he was overpowered. The Maories succeeded in patting handcuffs on him, hbt, for some canee, which I do not know, he was freed, and allowed to go at large. This coming to the knowledge of the clerk to the resident mr...

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THE FAR NORTH PORT WALCOOT, 17th May, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

T!B FAR NORTH. Poan WaroorT, 17th May, 1870,. The following interesting letter has been renelwd by a gentleman in Portlanid, and has been kindly handed to us for publiestiont .uDerDe "I last wrote you from Port Darwin. SBlce then I finished the journey of the N.W. monsoon at Port Esslogton, expeating to get a few natives there for .p e~soi, also to prospect the place for shell ,andt trepny.. The large pearl oyster' Is not knownthere, but thetrepany abounds. 'The Ssatives can all be utillised, and a ftlue set of men thby are, perfectly qnlet., and mostly speak English, being thoroughly ap to the old style of military drill, and speak' to you "most repectfully. I was amused in running upW the herbor by belig halled from a cauue Sby.twonatives, in a good round boatswain. -ike voice "tSchooner, ahoy! What ship's that? Where are you from F Heave to, :ite I'll come alongsldol" and heave to I did. ,O ci eoml on'deal, the men secured their canoe to a line wd gave them, and introduced h'- ms...

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SHOCKING SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

About a quarter-pat four oWlook on Monday afternoon, the coastable on duty at l'rince's bridge receiye6.i rsatijon that a man was lying at the back of the ImmI grants' Home, tna portion of the roialn rj e serve, in a appaarently ecpirti Tho officer, on going to th plq @d?totr, found a man littipg on oe. of thi guq carriages, and from the agony W aeM to be in It was at once thought he ~I tJ poison. On being spoke8 to hLte eIsweC rationally, and inforn\i "is." late ; te that his name was -James ][eohaue, andthat, he lived in Ariel street, aichmond, On beln asked what was tsh matter with hlk he replied that he had lately beeq tnfortunate, and was so " lhrd up't thlt to put an end to his troubles he had taken a.shillIng's Worth ot sulphuric. acid. On hearing this the constable took him to the Melbourne Uospital, b)ut the poison liad taken so much effect upon his internal orgais that all efforts to arrest its corrosive attacks proved unavailing, and the unfortunate man expired about an h...

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Selections and Land Boards (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

Selections and Land Boards. (To tA. Editor of tic 'Portland Guardian.) F;: Sam,--Permit me space in your columns to puss al.few remarks as to what may happen , to; man ishldng to obtain his portion of the l? ja allowed by the land Ac @1869, Section -49. . ': Somethree months ago I pegged 20 acres , .q?44 iqtlie.parish of Myfamyn,au.dapplied "t.?the Dlbtriet Surveyor to sest 'ie the "'}uI? form td `fill up, forwarding to ,him at the itie a plan of the land I reipured. I r-eoived the form in. duo bourse,: with a -t-uet that I would send £1' before my lication could be received. This I com p- e with, and waited until the Local Laud Soard met in Portland, fully expecting tlhat SI should then be put into possession; Guess myiatonishment then, when in reading the -eport of that meeting in your paper of the Sind Inst. I found my application !was re f.ed, without any reason being assigned, Would it not, Sir, have been better had Mr. L. Oakea informed me at the time of my applicn Stion that ...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS" To Protect our Rights — Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, JULY 7. HAMILTON TO CASTERTON RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

With which is incorporated the   "PORTLAND EXPRESS."       To Protect our Rights - Not to infringe   upon those of Others.   - FRIDAY, JULY 7.   HAMILTON TO CASTERTON   --- RAILWAY.       Some time since Mr Mayor Jacoby,     of Hamilton submitted to the Minister   of Railways nineteen reasons why the .pleo fian Hatltn tn asterton shelild `ld ddalflto d ai~ twvaj putposags insteabil ca; ?qto o with th oiearest -alliptpig :porT,. us ,- Boalrholme or OQreeribils. "Wkon' the reasons ap pi_?irwed epoi.ht d out in this journal some of" the most glaring inaoOuraoles, leaving to bthers the 'ork of answer ing' the roasoiis in detail. The'aiswor, we aefe glad to find the Pottlandi Rail'wiiy Liaigue has supplied to. the Railway Department, and the reply, which we. will endeavor to give in the nbet issue, is such as...

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TABLE TALK [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 July 1876

TABLE TALK.. EN,?LrsI MAItL.-Our readers will recol lest that the out-going mail for Europe closes here to-morrow. Letters and papers should be posted before 6.30 p.m. PoLICe Courr.-To-day, Mr. T. Mast was the presiding magistrate. The only case brought before the court was one of a drunkard, who was fined 5s. with the usual penalty in default. DIsstusruro OB. SrAMP.-Mr. S. R. Deverell, of the Portland Post and Telegraph Office, has been gazetted a distributor of stamps in this district ; the notification bears data of 16th, June, 1876. Mr. VALE.--The Western Province electors are asked by advertisement to reserve themselves in favour of Mr. Vale, who announces his candidature elsewhere. At the first blush, we can say this much, that Mr. Vale is an educated gentleman, a man whose seat in either House would be a credit to it; and we shall be astonished if Mr. Vale's name does not. stand high in the return of applicants for legislative distinctions. Cricket.-The Portland cricketers, s...

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MISS CLARKE'S PRIVATE CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 July 1876

MISS CLARKE'S ?RIVATE t CONCERT. c We must congratulate Mss Clarke upon 1 the successful issue of her otncert on Friday last, and we trust it is ontlythe second of a long series to be presented to her Portland friends. The performances of the pupils to were very creditable to tier master, as Well as to themselves, and we thnk there was a decided izmprovementt sincelast concert, loth in executiton sud in the abenlce of inervous noess, although of course inperfectinst fromn that cause must be looked for on such an oc- a casion. The opening duct, La Chatelaine, by Retterer, is a smooth ftswing piece, but proved somtewhat tame frota a want of power in the instrumtent used, which, althoult, r possessed of ia geoo tone, did not seent to 1ill the room. The class songs, which we may group together here, were sung with an marked improvement upon last ye ir's efforts, many of the voices having wonderfully im proved iin quality and power as we!: as In accuracy of tone and expression. Of those,...

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WRECK OF THE BARQUE GELTWOOD SUPPOSED ALL HANDS LOST [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 July 1876

WRECK OF THE BARQUE GELT WOOD. SUPPOSED ALL HANDS LOST. The barque Gcltwood, Captain liarrington master. a now iron vessel, bound from Liver pool to Moelbourno, lhas woo" totally wroekod about 31 miles south of lhivoli Bay, which is situated on the South Australian coast, near Guichen Bay. information ol thoe event was received by telegraph yestcl day from Ado laide, from which it appears that the veoss 1 must have been lost in the heavy gale which raged along the coast about a fortnight ago. The Associated Press Telegram from Ade laido is to the fillowing ceffct: " The barquo Geltwood, fromn Liverpool, bound to Melbourne, is a total wreck 12 miles south of ltivoli Bay. Onoe dead body has been washed ashore, and all lives are supposed to be lost. The beach is strewn for two miles with wreckago. Itis supposed that the vessel went ashore in the gale of a fortnight ago, as the bodies of the two men washed ashore are almost decomposoed. 'The Government have instructed the local special ...

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HARROW 8th July, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 July 1876

HARROW. (FnRO OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 8th July, 1870. The announcement in the last issue of the Express, to the effect that it and the Gtucr diant were for the future to be one and the same, took everyone hereabouts by surprise, and none more so than your own." We all regretted having seen the last of our old friend, but the regret was greatly lessened, and indeed almost lost inl the satisfaction which we felt when x e considered that it was only taking a new teorm, and that out of the union of the two would be produced a paper worthy of Portland, now that better days are dawning for her, and a brighter prospect shining through the vista of future years. I always thought that to be connected hy rail with the nearest and best seaport on the coast, and by the shortest route, was the aim of all inland towns in the Western District; but such does not seem to be what tihe Coleraine people desire, judging from the result of the late meeting held there. What do they expect to gain by the s...

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OUR FORESTS [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 July 1876

OUR FORESTS. Ir will be matter for regret, perhaps whvlen too late, that so little regard has been paid by the Government to the reservation of the fine forest timber that abounds in the neighborhood of Portland. As matters go', we are not sware of any special restrictions being imposed, so that on all sides the most valuable trees are being culled to such an extent that in a few years it will be difficult to find any at a:l, suitable for certain special purposes, within a reasonable distance of the town. We are not without lope, at corno dato not too remote, to see ship-building on a large scale a flouribhing industry in Portland. There is no part of the colony where vessels of any size could be better built, or at less expense, pro vided that the timber so well adapted to the purpose, and which abounds around us, is not too recklessly destroyed. The wholesale demolition of trees out of which fine vessels could be built is not a matter to be lightly regarded. Indeed, so exeoollent ...

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

PORT PHILLIP HEADS. AlRIVtED. Nil. July lO-Tamar, steamer, for Launceston City of Adelaide, steamer, for Sydney.

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. TOWN HALL, MONDAY, 10th JULY, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 July 1876

BOROUGH COUNCIL. TowN IIAr.L, MONDAY, 10th JULY, 1876. Tihe Ctuncil met at 3 p.m. Present: Crs. J. Marriott, acting-Mayor, McConachy, Dacomb, Bevan, 3arsby, Schofield, and Walker. The minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Willis & Co., 'Melbourne, Intimating the sale of " road scrapers " of their own manufacture.-lReceivcd. From tim Assistant Commissioner of Rail ways and Itoads, intimating that from Ist ,Jly, 1S76, the Administration of the Local Government Act in his department would be tran~tafrred to the department of tile Chief Secretaryv ; all matters, already subjects of cal respondence, to be transmitted through the writer. Mr Steavenson, after 23 years Sas Secretary to the Central Road Board, an:d Cotmmissioner of Roads and Bridges, e. I lretsetl his regret at tile separation, now rcnttred necessary by tile chanlges made; as al,', his whole time, from the rapid ex t.lli,ll of railways, being now required inl the Iailcray Department.-Recei...

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