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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
MISCELLANEOUS. Ily the last mail the cormmardaut ihas received a minute just easued fromi ,the War Office, by which a perfeotly now -formation of attack' for. infuntry, ,is laid dqwn. The subject :is at presolit uilder the considerntion of the ,counmadantd but it is not very probable the. tow for. mnation will be-adopted here'uutil some system i.lin force,, by. which daylight parades ofitho.: volunteors' become im. parative. : The formation, says the Args, je of.such an? extended;charactor that it would be' a- matter of itnpossibililty to teach it to the men at. night parades. The trafec upon the Victorian Rail. way line betwoen Melbourue and Lhal Inart. formed the subject of a return presoented to tho,ilouse, on the mtution of Mr. J. '1. Smith. The distance travorsed,. it .was qtat.d, is 100) miles, antd Ihe tiue occupied inl each jlulrny is futr hours teu.utinutes. 'hu flllowing is .thb, rovevano derived front the luio durinig it last , five years :-1871,2, £109,557 1872-3. £171,2...
TICHBORNIA. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
TICHBORNIA. (To the Editor of the Hler~d.) Si,--Will you allow re a spase In The Herald to reply to Mr. Lock, whose letter appears in this (Friday's) issue. First, then, I am sorry Indeed that Mr. Lock, for Ils own sake, thouht fit to interfere with me whlelendenlvoring to raise funds to reach England with my proofs that tile man In Dartmloor Galol is Arthur Orton, tile greatest scoundrel unhung. I confess to have pre tended to sympathtse with the s-cealled friends and supporters of the Claimant, for the very sufflclent reason that I wished to know who were the persons that systeomatl cally hloodwinked Onslow by forwarding home toasaes of lies, to bolster, up a rotten cause. Mr. Lork has sworn that ihe was at Cantlemnine when orie Castro and Orton were charged together with lhorsestealing In the year 1850, 1 have pointed out iu nly statement to your reporter tile true history of thit affair, and tile utter imposlbillty f aMr. Lock's statement heing true. I will show tmy copy of warr...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
' lirP'ING. Arrevivs ?4orI Iiunmtrlnnd, Tutrra, lilvers. eaIh, OrufItIrr, IlururIui, GICIeavuu, .IloldO, Cuwutlru, Crltignn. - 'The Vlorder'c P ottstcad thait, ou Fridny Inet, 10 ;,inch of winio fruitl thuaulhll rnl f unider hrnjlm by theu I'u l Iilulurti, ;nil Bii~llt wou d ~iu in Inw ireIlating toJ 1jIngtS8. )II t II IIdIl thu C(ItiIy Court stalutu 18G9I. nid for the eateblishnbioit of hIrbour trusts, eerui rnd it firif time in fhin Legisiative l Aasuemliy on Weaduce dlay iunL.
COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. (lprqi0n 0o, ic Augo2tiS 2",.1876.3 . The retail prlce of fl??uir i ;£1 o per ,ag Our quotatlon Oro-. r i, WIOLE'OALE PRIuwS, ; flour £12 -': Wheat, Bo to. as 2d per btuillhl pat', a 31 to 3s Gd du Barley, ,q : d . 3ran, l?I.3d .. . . IPollard,.ls 6 .do Butter,1e.:2r6 II iggsa-ls 3d dozen Cheese (Colonial) d to d pOr lb." --_. JIeTAIL PIIL?a". fIour, 2 0?ar ba?: . c :e llarloy,?.4s , . -lper bushel Wheat, "o .d ,. ,doa o Ota., 4 o'4s' d 4 . do ]Iran, .:.o d , do Pollard la Gd to Is 9di..... do lDutter is 41d to Il O1d lb.'. - lcgge, O! e id b. · : . .. broad 7dptor 41b1 loaf - Mlimosa iark..(3 per ton: Melhonrno Corn, Prodece, and Provioion Market Report.-lMelbuolno, 2 Septtembe:r, 1]n47? \V. Lawronoe on Saturday, reporta I.alt blsi.nesa'during the week line boen x; ,arolyely" dull iu the market foibroadsalffa idil lral?, ntad fpw qales00o moment. made. Snvlriodn;a are ; without change, polalntee *ru lower to-day, and the deaiannd ,ltak. iolulg oprlooas...
PETITION FROM ARTICLED CLERKS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
PETITION FROM ARTICLED CLERKS. A peittdn `from articled clerks in Melbourne was, on, Wednesday last, :presunted to the. Assembly, by Mr. Itamsay, protesting against the pruvi. sions of the proposed Attorneys Relief B13ill at present before the Assembly. .The petitioners, after pointing out the foaoilities afforded in England and the :'ueighboring colonies for the admission ·of attorneys to practice, and the stria. Sgent regulations which prevailed in Vicloria, respectfully snbmitted: That the Ligh standard thus estab. lished in this colouy line Ieen,, since the * year 1874, recognised in Great Britain ; ?nd Victorian attorneys of seven years standing are now admitted to prnatice there without further examination-a privilege which is not concoded to any other ci?luny; and to lower that standard would constitute a breach ,of faith with thelmperiatl Parliatneot, the inevitable result of which would, he -the withdrawal of that concession. That . while reciprocity between the •several co...
PORTLAND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 31ST AUG., 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
SPORTLTD POLICE COUR'T. ThURsDAY, 31srAo A ., 1876. Olu the bench-J. Traugmar, Esq, J.P. Three inebriates, Smith, Wilson and (0lx, were brought up by the police and fined th, each, with the alternative of 24 hours. SATURDAY. 2ND SrPT. On the bench-J. 'l'Trnganar, Esq., J.P., W. uorney. Eq,, J.P., and J. ~L .Archer, Eaq., J P. The first case called was Police o. Rlesnll, drunk nud disorderly. Fined 5ia. ur.24 hiure Farre v. " Jaio.-£3 14s. Gi., goods sold. Psatpoued till Wednesday. SNulty v. Nulty - N1eglectiag to support his wife. No appearance. SATURDAY, NOO. - Ou the beuch-J. L. Archer, Esq., J.P. James Welch, brought up by the police from IHeywood, was charged with ssanultiog a lad about 12 years of age. James Sly knows tie nature of'an onth, and swears that the prisoner, Welch, assaulted him near the bridge; 'Lnocked '-witness down, and otherwise !snaltreated him ; gave the prisoner no grounds for the assault. To priseuer.-Never struck you with t stone. The father of the.boy. sw...
OPENING THE SALT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
: OPENING THE SALT CREEK. d ,A the Council meeting yesterday Cr. PIL, moved the resolution for the cO survey of the Salt Crook with n view to oplening it up for the protection of lighters timnd small craft generally. IIo stated 'il support that the owners of s, lighters and boats in tile hay paid a In license of £1 and 6e. annnaliy,.and that 'k n protection was over accorded for the mnoney paid. This looks very like taking money to swell the general revenue under falso pretences. What is the object of the license fee? The presumption Is that it is for the pro tection nfflorded boats. But there is no protection given; the lighters and boats ever since Portland was known 7e have been obliged to run all the risks of. badweather in hn open bay, whilst thi, money their owners pay is quietly absorbed 'in 'the Treasury, and no return given.., The lightermen pay municipial' taxes like others in the d community, but hero Is a special tax a that seems to hIav no tangible justi y flcantio. Tih...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
J. LATEST TELEGRAMS. S(FRO o.R OWN CORRICSPONDRNTSj. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SErreatnRn 4. No bnsiness of importance in Cabinet Executive Councils. New stem iron made for the R.M.S. Assam by. the Victurian Iron Rollng Mbils. The mail steamer Avoca sails to mnrrow evening. Enquiry made relative In the c psplz of the etino tin yictorian railways indicates tbnat thIe sccident occurred through Ithe employees not hating had time to ierfect themselves in knowledge of new signals. [ Inquest on Miry .torri~sny, wife of laborer, who commnitted suicide in the Yarra; previously attemnpted to cut her throat; verdlict, found drowned. SRobert Brice, charged with stotling books from the Temperance Hall Library, sentenced to three months; remanded until Thursday on second charge of steal ing from the Public Library. Gordon charged witl being illegally on the premises of hiss Tripps' Ladile' School, South Yarra ; case dismissed, as no felontous intent was showln. Craig, son of W. Craig, late of Ballars...
MOSLEM ATROCITIES IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
MIOSLEI ATROCITIES -liN li URKEY. Aprivetn letterfroln Belgrn'Io.doted l 0th . ,n i.s a :-- Itj, w'ith a hopo of arousing ome of th? iitnato, iadmiration whihll theIl Briti2s2i ntilon feos) fur bravery ndn lon dlniton.,n s well: 9e its well.known sym. patily for the distrpsaed inhabitants of any tospotid Govoernment,,that I khvo carefully collectoed the .followcing partinl list of the ,trocities perpetrasod b,- the Tulrks during the.p?tst six weeks. Those slatitiucs are qlnl, .and cneo fromr the well-know parts obl' t provinoes, thloro the Mlo-lora s re less bloodlthirsty tlinal ill the recesses. of the ootttyrty,' wherietlltlr distnoe from the out side world enables them to purforon their20 devilish workl in eeollrity fromi its over beilt knownl to the civilised world, nnd the people of ErgllurlI oan only imsgine whant tiust.bo ta0 el.tte of un.ir's in those interior Ionmilitieo, whlen the a rnrities herein ,..mentionad hinvu beel particip't?od in Iloe better, ?ninvn plots of the T...
SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
SHIPPING. POlt T OF" q i o' 1tORTL.&NVZ 'ARRVED. Septembor 1.-Aimle Taylor, soh, wino? bound.n. - 2-Penola, sir., wind-bound. City of Hobart, str., wind. bound. Sept 2-Roy Roy, steamer, 303 tons, Captain Ashton, from Melbourne, ris Warrnambool anr .!lelfast. Saloon.--Miss Nliine. Mr Josevh Ware. Mr. W. Sydney. MIr. C. Cullen, Mr. A. Valentine, Mr. ,:shaw, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Woelchman, and .11 in steerage.-Croaker. Scott and Co .. OAILED. Seplember 2-Penolia, air., Melbourne. S 83-Oily of Hobart;astr.; Port lacedonnell. 5 .-Legal Tender,a oh,Port7iace donnell. Magpie, achll; Porrt Mac. -doonell., -" Anntis Taylor, sch., Port -Maedonnell. Elsie, schI..Po?t Macdonnell. . Kingston, lighter, Kingston. Rob Roy, str., Melbourne. atrlo0T - PerRlob Pov, steamer, from Melbourne. D pkga Adnamson, 1 do lieunett, 6 do 3uckley & Nunn: 2 do ftow, aldo Cronkeer aeolt , Co.,i 1 do Carratslers, 1 do l.inoigao, lb do'Goldsmitllh 1 do Hoghes.. 6 dq. Kerr,'12 do Kay. 8 do Kohar and Campbe...
PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
3ORT iPHIiLLIP ;HEADS. _ Anatven._. Sapt f-flahrwent, ietr;, Launoaatoa Omoo, str., Adolijida: u , , ' AJLED. . 8opt. 4_-Ciy or l1olborneo, Str., Sydnoco r,-Dtku Ildizuburg3, atr., Adolaide.
THE MILITARY STRENGTH OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
.TIlE MILITArY s TRENGTI OF CHINA. Tihe !Hong o'ing?/ Regiter, has lately been discussing tiei miltlury powor 'of, tie Chinese, ind its means of bfl'fliug illeotivo rosistanao to any . European invader. Theo conclusionI c0 t1o in wholly atdvarso to any ' hopoS the Court of P'?lit may ut priosoet. nitertlin of being in posoition to carry gut a hostilo polloy. It is potinted outt that. notwithlinthtilong groat efforits Ihvo bmnil inndo siiiea tmhe lst war, which ended eo disntrouisly for the1. to le iprep red for i roinewedl atruggle, nod I, ron suims expenddlll inl dlckyards, narsenas, Rshitp ind breuchlotelOrs, indlotr Lue Hungg -,,nig' insp 'rntion 'and lirection chiefly, thoevon Ie it ei?l prepared for lch i ll enlemsl' tihe Ji)panelieO. 'It'hir Rsipu are ulotitheo ironhald nor of a onlibro and equip mlont to unlo llel hrm to kecep the ?iI for ni hIoir ugiiinut t fourthi.rito limiritiimi power. 'Tilhoir drilled troops aro i till little better thina bii to of rnge', an itis-' ordte...
FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
a FIJI. Our Fijian flies are to the 4th August, o0 We extract the following itqms:-Captaln Ii KIollya has sent news of Iisn movements ap; to to 17th July. ito was in the Nabutautnu rs distrlet, the canlirals' stronghold. itls c- men have hod several skirmlshes wltl, the s, natives, who love taken to tlhe woods, bha d over eight hundred of the Kat Nhabtautat ]have been captured. The principal chiefs Itof the neighboring district, Nagago, made offers of submission to Ciptaln Knollys, but lihe told theon to go to Mr. Carew, att 0 Nasaucoko. Accordingly Nagusudn?dra (the drinker of blood), and Nnbukatavatava (t fire to roast with), communicated with Air. 0 Carew. Ilisiki, one of theomost troublesome SColo chiefs, is a prisoner in the hands of the o Government. 'IThe cannibals appear to be v dllorganised. A branch of the Itnllkof New f Zealand commenced busineosa iI Levnka on 17th July. Mr??. A. A. Pickering, an old Sjournalist, died at Levukn on 14th July. tIe t onel timo represented th...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. TOWN HALL, 4TH SEPT., 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
BOROUGH COUNOIL. . TOWN HALL, 4TnH EPT., -1870B o Tho Cnunlcil mo'at 3 p.m in the Town 19 Tall. Present !-Cra. J. Tranigmar, '* Mayer, hMrrihtt, Schofield, Koiller, Pile, * and Dacomb. . T' Te tinites ofi last meeting read sand i. conirmed. S.: Courl-i?sroNDMIcIc.. t Front T. Oopib. Enq., aM.l,: a krinow : lodging receipt ,(f letter in referoenc to the . Grand , Canal. Sohiemn, and promisintlg , nttention. ' The lettr 'tateud that a notice . ppctnr in the AsoIIIIbl naking that ail . the paipor connected with thu 'project be d1 laid on tatblo.nf tile House, anl1 that nil ipapers connected with the scheoio will Sbe marl- public rltrtly.-- Iceivel? : 1 From , the Acting UniLler-Treairenr, I nauking for nmtnndele return uln ter SeC 332 Sof tine Iocl Governmnent Act.-Ordered. I From tilhe Scrctary. - Of LiandI, inti I mnuiig thatl iin inower to t i application Sof thei Council, tll District ~Srvoyor linq been rPitquestei to report on tile sale of tle blocka rf laitl on tlhe faggipti;ll H...
MELBOURNE. Friday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
MELB OURN E. S(rnoM OVR O WN COlURRUONl).NTr.) Friday, Septeotbor 1. A moeting of the creditors in the estate of DMessre, \lWhitln, Chnmbeor & Co.. wins held this afternoon, whion a committee, conaisting of Messrs Chanrlos ]3right, George Martin, S. Chlnpman, (of Virger, Bonn & Co.) and WV. Itigg, (of McLeal .ros. & Rigg); were appointed to investi gate the position of the firm, and report to a subsequent meeting. Ti'l statement submitted showed liabilities amounting to £02,031t 17s., of which £53,7.18 10. :td. was unsecured, while proforentiol claims, nmounting to i.'fl) (ia. Sd., and cottiil gencieo, £1.,500 woro included ill the anti matoe. the balanle representing the sooured oreditors; Thle assets include stocks, bills receivable, bhtsioIse plantt, &ea., .;i38,870 12s. 7d., sand tompaoraty clainms, incluling guarantees andl. other aeourition, £17.800, leaving a deticiencv of £l.17117t 4o. 5it. There is every probabity that thie i-stito will be wo...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 5 September 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. Whllt ndItWIr Lthe greaLtsL lIteary freodom to Oorroeponlinontn, oulr collr will be open only to .och cnmmuoloatmie its shall be clearly arilttn tLoperatoyly lcprceo, andl of locrl or general nloterest In no oleo holding ourelveos rooponelble for any opllnons thnt may be conoveoy thoreln.