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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. SIR CHARLES SLADEN AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
WITS WHICH U I5NCORPOlTED TUB "rPORT.A'?D WHPREtS." To Protect our Rights- Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. SIR CHARLES SLADEN AT HAMIITON. SmI OnaLEas SLADE is now one of the sitting members in the Legislative Council for the Western Province, and his opinions to the public are now only of secondary importance in one sense, whilst in another they are of the greatest importance to the country as a whole. There is much to admire, if something to condemn, in the speech of Sir CnARLxs, recently delivered in Hamil. ton, and of which an abstract is given in another column, but in our opinion if there were more men of like honesty of stamp, men who scorn to palter with the country in a double sense, political parties would be better defined, and professed politicians would not be regarded in the light of impudent schemers whose sole object is, their own advantage and interests, whilst the country is left to take care of itself. How comes it that knave and politici...
PRINTING THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
PIIXUTINGi TiHE ELECTORAL ROLLS. We are given to undoratnnd that when hlon. melitrrs are asked to con. rilor ilhe Electoral Law Amondment Act iin uurl mittoo an nttonipit wil! bo itlado by oneo of tie loimbura for Richmond to inltrodnllo, a couplo of clanuors. illvhi, if lptod by- hlio lluiore, will bo a stell in the right ,lirelntlon for relleving the Goverrirtnment iprinter of a ooaeihltrallblo almounlt of work now donlo in his calb!lshmollo t,l nn. iwlhich, never blaild ..bn vo hooen onlo shlero. Our roferenco is to lho eleotural rull for tlie whole oull ny, Thia ,wotlt rightly bldliigud in to tlh prlinteri f iftal ihe w lo cotlliy, anrd by fuinrg1 itt it' ilioa Gtuiinrient" I'rinl. Ing oceo it not only dlolprivd thrso tradenrnon of their jest righllts, but was uiijust.itolh?ir.';rerpects. :.' heso (lcue. merut areo donll twice a yanr, noldl thie erai requernoie i that ia initiohr of p)Triters tIreo nttracted to tile, iitarlricr!la i! the lhopes if oibtniiinil it furyw imutoh's w...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (TROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDKNT8.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Aunear 28. The sale of pure merino stud sheep was well attended ; two sold for 280 guineas each; others 195, 101, 171, 145 guineas. Deputation of the Council of the University interviewed the Chief Secro. tary, asking that a clause be inserted in the Electoral Hill for return of a member to represent the University. llacpberson recommeuded that the petition be pre sented to Parliament with the view of a private member introducing the clause. It is generally understood that the committee of the Melbourne Atheumnum intend opening the institution on Sunldays if lligiubothaaw'a upiuiou approve of that course. Government intend introducing the Ilarbours Trust Bill, immrediately taking precedence ut thIe Electoral lull. Whitney Chambers and Co.'s bills returned ; liabilites, £30,000; meeting to mlorrow. Wheat, is 81; flour, £12 7s; oats, feed ing, 2s 10d to Us; barley, 3s; malting, 4s Gd ; bran, Is 4J1; maizo, 4 10d ; w...
ADELAIDE, S.A. August 17, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
A'DEL.AIDII, S;A. (reosa oat own ClE ? vroZr,Z r.) August 17, 1-7G. On Wedlueday Mr. D:,acant moved in the A.eambly, that it is deirablle to makl w* me *.itarale provision far increa-inr taxati:Cn "o that the inrtere-t on the money proposed to Ire - ispent in railways might be met. The mover stated that he did not wish it ti, be under.trdi as tant.am,'uta to a nr conf6derce motive, bat as the motion implied a distrust of the Government proposal it app.nrrd very much like a direct cha!!cnge I tthe Ministry. Mr. Tiaueaut ureake fir two L.urt se was fallowed by the Treasurer (Mair. -e,), and after the flin. A. Illyth had rmale a few remarks, a division was taken and the motiou was .ngativel by a large mroajrity. It rwas lilped that the m:t:ion would have been carried nott irally becaue peopeir' liked the idea of in-eated taxation, hbt hb:car:)e it maa saipeoed that it mieha have r.e-alted in P?ading the pre-ent Milnitry to the otlIe r ti of the (Iouse, and placing better trana u the Tr...
SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF -OPOTLANJ); August 2"i--I,.aJTender,sch..rin dbrnd. 3lracri. blr in.'bound. A nust 26-urb IXT,. :rn.usr, 351 tows Caitain Abz', for SA.Thourur. Angtr.229.-Rob ltnr, rt~atner. 3 tmu-· apt. AeIWton. far SlMlboI rue ni iFa iii· ad WarrnawbloI. S koL-Mr. Mat, aad 6 in the steerage. Pur flnh 1ny. stenm~n. for Mie~bonrne - 1 drum'oil 1 bl1e saluft 1 bifle pule bars 2 I6,ze. Iaeara ;5 buns wl..st 3 hales chine 1 cue~ C'oaker SCos anu Co., 33 b.gi flour I cu.e inult, 15f, boere clhopp.cld bark lie, 1 case hIoure. 1 eu.,ktallaaa 2 hbhdn o 5 bales abeepekiqs Keilltr and Co., 2 caeus Kay.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
GOVEURNMENT GAZETTE, F'RIDAY, Auouor 21, 1837(1, Thio following notiocoooodl ooooooooo outo u TI1iT uoorooooy or odl coppor coilngo to 00lo0 o0a0 d aiftot l4 Oojitotbur, 1877, 1uIl payIyIOOItt will bo ntodo or ll zotoornod to tio Nolulbuurooo Trooooory boLoro that dant. Tlo oxuuOtoouoo of' A-oo out BItllaunt uon the :aot loot. i0 uotillud otlotally. OUrroTwooINooo AhuIoL'Nro,-At tha rooceipOt old poay oilioo l'ortiouoI.-Uoboo, lloory Clan, 1V il~liooz Corra.,, ILowooto oo Lorlo,, GOorgo 1'; Maxwvll, Tihoooiooo AllDoonold, Albx ; lTion, Geomgo ; Sozpoy, Uatlouriooo Slorrull, Jolun ; Stoo'rt, knobrow. A'L tho roueibt anld poy ulloho lltoiltoo. Anduroron, J ; Bek, J; CUharlco, 1V; Uooooroo,D: ) Dunll 1; Doooooo, U Ewoon, 1 ; Ewon, D ; Oold ou, .I; Iluooktut, U Nlolrrool, T'; Mnullio, t'; hoholoy, D ; Mouto \V; louiny, Al: Allnohoui, 11; Mohtlly, A1; MoQuoun, 1); NIUIoioooo, A; Noughton, I '. hil Olio, '. L ; Itynu, Ni ; 8joorrol, U Siouoolnr, A; Wohob, It. 11; \V'ilght, A.
MELBOURNE. Melbourne, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
MELBOURNE. (rtOM OWe OWN 00elESrONDENT.) Melbourne, August 25. A suggestion was made In the Assembly last night that a Select Committee should be appointed to inquire into the system of management pursued by the Protectorato Board of the Aborigines. It many be taken for grknted that should tills he adopted, the inquiry so made will manifest that we have been singularlyneglectfal of our duties in this respect, and that the sooner the power of the Board, so spamnodically and ignorantly exercised, is centralised in the hands of the Government, some individual possessing its confidence, the better. I happen to be il a position of learning very frequently the opinion of residents of the district adjacent to the Corrandjerk asylum, and if only one-fifth of those state ments haveo foudation, thero is no donbt that a single hand should be entrusted with thle cosnsorvance of tihe race to rwhichl we owe at least the duty f softoening the rigors of their declining days. Under Mr. Green's saeer...
CELLULOID. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
OELLULOID. We have on two occalons caelled at tention to tlis lno Americn4 invention. It is, as previously described, an imitation of ivory, possesiog a striking resemblance thereto, and some excellent maniufacturing enatures. That there is the prospect of its being largely hiltuduced, and that it is intensely Jil ,mnutable. are certaintlies ; in proof of which we may mention an inci dent which recently occurred, A gentle man was enjoying a game of billlards, nld at the samet time smoking. The bil itrd balls were of ordinary appearance t but stddoely, upon ai spark falling from the cigar on to one of them, it burst forth into a volume of it tmo,-a demoniacal spectacle akin to the liery flw froa the Ilq for keg in .Faust, when touched by that worthy's amiable colnpanion MephlisetJpelel I. Celluloid is manutaetured of gun.cotton, infl tmon instantaneously, a od burns furiously, as might be expected from i.s parentaltge. Oellulnid articles,-brooohes, knives, statuottes, toys, billiard ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. Whilst admitting the greaeet literary frodoim to orrMepondenta, our colmun will be open only to lunh commnnloalons a shaall be oleuly writtno. tempeatmbly exproted, an of locI l or genosrl Interest; In no wise holding oureolves rmsponlsble for any opilons that may be onveyod thorolu.
HARROW. August 25, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
HARROW. (s«O.M Oti OWN OOaBB510U-Oa). : AuguI 24t 1878 On Tuesday lut we bad vIsit boms Mr. 'ato, ther N rw Habride nteiloeat, weho gerae two ddres, one iu tea adiang Boom, at mid-day, niid anuthor, with by fa the Iugest aUtQedanoe ,u the echoolsesm , .I r the evening. TPo reerend gentleman wee drieu urer iom BIlmoral by Mr. Heuderson, wh, on both ocasiona, after inrelkii a ftw temuk, introduced him to the audlenue. At mid-day he nave a sbort aooowA of bat bad been dons by bimeelt and ies brother miesioaulis on tie group of islands which they bad choeou us a field &lt;or their labour siooo he last tisomll ui. la the evening hs gave a fuller rnad mere putlnula aocoueel, eud cloarly proved that their endcaours to proofte cieliar tiuo aud osilusolta amuQolut tbe;heatheu lrd bwuemiuerntly tucoeafoL 8orlr of bis ancodotee worn of au nmusing nature, ad othri sgiu veoy afectiug, but all oaleulaud to res lpuo his Ioarere witl a dlee, iotereet in the uoble kesua to wliuh b ha dovoted...
Mr.Francis (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
Mr. Frcans. (To the Editor of hMe Portcand Guardian.) 8SiB,- 1 ee that *he Hon. J. U. Franci is eapest*d to retuan to Victoria by the Septembe mall.. As ar old Porilaader, and one iatrealed iu ite prograss, mlght I Maglest, throudh yout coluimus. the advisa Ity of steps boiwu taken to ask hiam to represcat the on etituouey. H, be Ia man nlveroallj aespected. l«a printlple. ee dedolddy of a popular orde., iand U he bhoald oglA cutor the aurea of po lldes, he to boond to exeir oonaldagable power and inflease I throw out the hlut, leaving some one realdentt emong you to take lurther aedon. F. I.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS Notice: 'Notice I Notice t T NEVILL aend Co's, teneral Store keeptre, a single article at wholesale price for cash. NEVILL & Co, Percy street Totioe. £t REWARD.-POISON Is now LAID ,, fur beep-worrying dogs on Ma. E. HENTY'S FARM at BOLWAIRIA, and any person capturing or killing stray dogs found worrying or killing sheep on the farm, or giving the name of the owner will receive the above reward. WILLIAM TAYLOR. Bolwarra, July 14, 1876. NOTICE. A LL parties lndebted to the undersigned are requested to settle .their accounts at once. CAMPBELL MBI[AFFEY, Slentinck-street. Acguat 14. 1876. To Merchants, Store keepers, & others TILE Commodious Warehouses known as the" Iron Store premises," situated in Percy Street, Portlnod, lately in the occupa. tion of Messrs. Thomas Keiller & Co., will, after undergoing necessary repairs, be open for lease by tender, of which due notice will be girenina future advertisement. JOHN ROBEItTSON, Proprietor. 8t...
CLEVER ARREST OF SUSPECTED DIAMOND ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
.CLEVERl A..UEST OF SUS. PECTEDI DIAMOND IROB]BERS. SThe files of English-newsoppern lint have come to hand by recent mails have contained informrntiun regarding extren -ive robberies of jewellery that had been cnmmitted in Londont and largo cities on the coiitineit, but of the perpctrator of w'icih' no tirac lad:becit dlincoverel. , In rohberies ofsucbh magnitude a very ailirt sparo of lime in usu:lly sufficienit to tnableomeo of tlid prolery slein tIo ,orrio to hlie rurfice;,ltliough perhacps no •cla Int tth.e hieves laiy he a viilable, but *in Ihoeo pirtienIl r oeres only one 'instnrdi'of' tho stoilen properly "being ,s bebqjiiolt!lqy 1oi loia Lbeen recorded, A I few mouths back, however, a 'Polish "Jew. who carried on ,buiness at Guqun. lii WVOnt; iit Sout h A frien, was fotnd to be dealrntlluiith lanre parcelhs of din mnIlde, ?h!ib?,cre llknownl to. hoe tolen. . Illii,.llis charge Io. was arrested, andt poending his trial was rolhnsed on IliR own hail in" f F300. F'r in thin hl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
To; Shijppers and others. ' fl'E" ' UlIppcr SCIIOONIER S"'*MI'PNA BELL -' 1 ,iVll, I'rlADE regularly between!PORITLAN) and MELBOUINE..; Forfrelitht S&c, apply to SI. . w . 1 ANIDIiSON., S . . .. ' Portln nd, .. qriJO)N TUIRNBULL; ., No. I Queen street, Melbourne. 1og?lar. Seam (C?nommunication botwoon ZVgOiolaourno, Warr. '-:lnalbool, lBlfant, rand . , 0 0 , " L 'o r la n d .- . '" ri us il'dersigied, detpateh Stcame?ra' ... pior (weantlir permiltlin,):- FROM MELBOURNE To Warirnambool', Bolfat, f Portland, N jiiirno'f Stcinilip. I ,aailing D:y. JULIA lPERCY. l'vry 'UI-SAY non noY Ev-ry lIIDAY, at 2.30 im. ,,F.R QM 'P01IR T .1 SA D iMolbourro, calling at Belfast mid i,:.,. ii i Warmrambool. Aiiiie o tf I;tealdip i siliing >) y. :iEvery .TUE'SDAY, ,:,1IlOQ,;llOy, i; ! , Brlilils fllroml Port .? . lail at 4 ,n .m. *Ioi?A?'willfbo lntr.ttendnnao to etrry pnlm edilgrti frontttlih north jetty to itho hteitcumr. roa'8.30li 10 o'ulookl, thI night previous to 11atuiritiolct: istsu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
Election Notice. WESTERN PROVINOE. BDY virtue of awvrit under the scoal r the Logislativo Council of the Colhy of Victoria, and signature of the Honorale Sir Williamn Henry Fancourt Mitchell, Presi dent of the said Legislative Couni Mel bourne, dated the 21estday of August i beant, and reucived by me the 22nd dlay of August instant, I lhereby give notice that shall on the 29th day of August instant, at noon, at the place of nomination, Court House, Belfast, proceed to the election of ONE tIEMBER to serve in the Legislative Coun cil for the said Province. In the event of the said eloction teing contoeted, the poll will be taken on the l1th clay of September in the several Divislons of the Provioce, viz ;: I At Ararat (B), for the Ararat ( B) .Divi sion, - j At Balmoral, for the Balmoral Divsilon. At Belfast, for the Belfast Division', At Branxhol eo and Byaduk, for -the Branxhlohln Division. At the Confines of Portland and Bridgsl' water for the Bridgewater Division. -; At Burrumbeot...
SIR CHARLES SLADEN AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
SIl CHARLES SLADEN AT HLAMILTON. Sir Charlea Sladen held that tile two evils of the present system of government were, excessivoly long sessions devoted more to personal matters than public business, and the action of a part of the electorstn not returning members properly representative of the people. On to lJand question, he was in laver of disposin4 of tile ilferior lands n sw left in considerably larger areas. Many experiments had been made in land legislation, and there were so many con flicting interests, that hbe despaired of dis coveraig any roeally good method of alientinog land. The Legislature had ignored tlhe tact that the great bulk of the land was unfit for agricultural and onlysuit ableforpnstoral pnrposes. Tbose who were acquiring large estalos wore said to be maklng themselves v-ry odious, but what else cauld be expected than gradual translers of .small iholdings which could inot be properly employed in agriculture ' When' the selectors found themselves unable to mn...
THE DAVENPORT BROTHERS. A PRIVATE SEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 August 1876
THE DAVENPORT BROTHERBS. A PRIVATE SEANCE. The Davenport Brothers, who hlave achieved a world-wide lame in connexion with what are known as spiritual mnanifes tations and thie marvellous doings in their now famous cabinet, gave a private exhibi tion of their perforemances in the large hall at Hookina's Assembly rooms, on Thursday night. About 100 well-known citizens of Melbourne and tile representa tives of tlhe daily and weekly newspapers were present. Tihe cabinet in which such very odd things are done was placed at the north and of the hall, close to the contre window. It is a plain piece of furniture, made of cedar, placed on trestles, which raised it about 18 inches from the floor. It is noearly 8ft. long, 0tft. high, and 3ft. deep. In the front are three doors, which when opened expose the whole of tihe intorior to view. The centre door has a lozenge. shaped opuening near the top. Tile com pany were all seated in front of the cabinet, leaving a clear space of a few yards deep....