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LOVE'S LIMIT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

LOVIE'B LIMIT. I'd swear for hdr,.. I'd tear for her, The ford knows whatI'dbear for her; t? lrdille.foileriy :b-. I'd sigh for her, 4I'd d|Ink?lihg M?uly'ilry for. Ier;, t?'--d"'us'Ls for ierT;,.. Do " wuili" for her, I'd klakckpaAthunderlng fues for her; I'd weep for her, I {I-ap. for her, r; Ji/ g fthfr,'ly 'ieq, for hiar;•..... I'd bite for her, I'd walk the stroetr all night for hlcr: I'dpleol for her,: . I'd IAeedtlor her, - I'd go without my " feed" for her; i--tl!dhootrfor:her!.; ? .': .. , I'd boot for her A rival wh.'d cometo `,suit" for:her;. I'd kneel for her, I'd steal for h16r-= Such l Is the ove I feel for her; I'd slide for hIcr, I'clghdefof:ber, I'd owhim 'gnlnst wind and tideo for h.Irl I'd try foilher, . ! _ .,', cry:; or. hir, B ut-baing "e 1 I d de tor horl N.1. Or any other woman.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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Gas for Portland. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

Gas for Portland. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) Sin,--I am glad to find that a movement has at last been made in Portland to give us more light, and desire, through the medium of your 2olumuns, to express the satisfaction which hi been experienced in the result of the meeting held this evening. The ex haustive and practical speech made by the Mayor of Melbourne will, I feel sure, have the effect of convincing all wiho may have hithertohesltated about the scheme of formn ing gas works here, that the. ?fvantae would be great to every p°se, lOur streets want more light, ouir public buildings require It, the banks, mercantile houses, and shops ought to be better lighted, and what has been done ha other town as of even less pretensions than Portland may be successfully accomplished here at a very moderate expense. I am itn formed that the introduction of gas has given a great impetus to business in Warrnambool, and that all persons who were against tihe establishment of works...

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

CLRANINO MI CUNT-l~ I':1',I RUDDER ADO 11UTP L4ATNP.R KNIVU IIIIA l: US. ;:1N~rll "liLIT-TLT CLRANRU WITH IT _L11.1 nitýrl;UL"la A 4:.I To nLH UUTLLI· Iti' l(. T I AL1 1 { -11 i 1I)S, g* I vU - L I CL, i.'L, " . . I f *-- I I IIESiIMISSOR BRIlGE ROAD, LONDON, £IWLA 0. IOVsSL J3LACK WELL'S 3Ios ATED PICKLES,,:1. L't AisrEls r iI((I.I!1 Sl~l -IE~O e IToA'VINZGAR, _In Quart and Pint lBottles tL` AD01; ý I,.... S_.t, ". r i~OL-~rLTED MEATCCLS 1: i `/s IVES"'FERT JEL'LY and1 el~ier V .Q tr " .. ilia ý_, ..l.,.11 _ _ TAIRLE 'DELICA1CIES, I. MAT 'IiiE ODiAINB8D "or TORaEBrzrns "-I n Australia and Now Zealand i~r~Every g sums article is labelled flROSSE & sBLAtCKWEL1J Veat'rrveynla to the Queen, i(UO I J id"SQUADIIOLONODLN.: : ri 1rLEA '.isr ""*!ý:I PE· ·INS.iWRC SLr i vu:o" + 1, ESHIRE AUCH 3,.ii ':-ii' · ll ··· m H: s HEALTH' FOR, ALLYVi . ,i,iP HOLLOWAY' -S, PILLS, AJ D OINTMENT ,THE PILLS arily theo lood, correct all .diaordees of the Liver, Stomach, Kldnoey,, a en B3owels, and ...

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HARROW. 13th September, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

HARROW. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 13th September, 1876. The funeral of Joseph Boucher, the un- fortunate man who died on the way to Portland last week, took place here on Monday, and was largely attended, al though most people, are busy at present. T'he burial service was conducted by the Rev. R. R. Collins, who delivered a very appropriate address at the close. You have been misinformed as to the members of the   Boucher family drowned in the Glenelg some four or five years ago, they were not children but young men, a brother and son of doceased. The younger of the two while bathing got beyond his depth, and the other went to his assistance, but, being unable to swim in the strong current run- ing, they were both drowned. The date of the concert is fiSht for th. 29th and our local amateurs are buoy getting their songs ready. No programm, has as yet boon arranged, but will sLortly be announced. I notice by an advertisement which ap. peered in the last issue of the "...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

MARIIIE.D. M'BAIN- FINLAY. --At Atbole Cottage, Porland, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. J. K. MacMillan, Presbyterian Minister of Hamilton, D. M'Bain of Messamurray, South Australia, to Jane, eldest daughter of George Findlay, Portland.

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POETRY. THE AMERICAN CENTENNIAL HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

POETRY. THE t'EjLIUNOQENT NIAL hYMN. . ;1?lir J6d? G. W:iI'rTioan. Our fatlchrs' God! from out whose handl The centuries fall like grainrs of Hn 1, WoV onmot to d~y; united, free, Aovl loyal to oulr |iid ail T tlle,i AiidldttuWt,,ee tfori thie opcning ongi. uere, where of. oul, by 'Tlhy desiun, Th'lfathers spoke. that word of Tlhin,i Wllaoe echo Is. oth glad refrainl.. I,, rguded.bol)'and fallilg chain, To graceour feptal time, froml all The zones of earth our guests we call. no willh a wlllo the New WVotlhl greei?ts The Old World throhngleg all its streets, Unvolling all tlio't(luihlhs wdif By art or toll licnoatti the sio'in; And unto common good ordain - This rlvalship of hIqd atod b rin . Thou who hast hero In coconrd furled The wnar-gs .p pf wrgntlorleg wrorld, oncothi onur Westerin skli( fulfl: The Orient's mission of good-will, And, freighted with love's Golden Fleece, SeadLdolk its Argonauts of. peace. For art and labour met in truce, For beauty made the bride of use, We tha...

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

SUN KUONG WAR ~s?,Las., .opened a General Store t, PERCY STREET, PORTLAND, and ?opes by attedtion to business to merit. satae 6of-public patronage. S: i' ~I; t,-TBA, Is 6d, s2., and 2s Gd. 1al'" ?-;., MIVN T -A, . TO LET BY TENDER, 1 ACI ^ S MLt.' LARD, at .as~. SV lheetham, The Gardan of tIr ' est, near Coleraine, for 5, 10 or 15 years, from the Isr DECEMBEIR, 1876, for •'-?razi* g purposes only ; at prelent leased to -Th. highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. .Tenders received by the undersigned tip " -to .the let Octoler, from whom all ---particulars may be obtained. CHAS. VAUGHAN. S Bath-street, Ballarat. TEMPERANCE BOARDING!-` SaId .. . OUSE. e1 -.. OROGA-E T -E . -nn- ? .? - GAWLER STREET, : ERMS MODERATE. Vi,,, lctoria Fire and Marine In surance ColmpanlLsy. V''-tJVictoria Life and Gonor.tl In sur nee I ompany and Say ,.._; ings' I:.stltute. S ITION. IItENIIY MILI.ERI, Clhnirman. TNI'I'ED COitl £2,2U0,000 Fire Marine nU aii ,life Inslllutlllls a accepted at Slu .iet...

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THE DISCOVERY OF A SUBTERRANEAN PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

iTHE DISCOVERY OF A SUI TERIRANEAN PALACE. ' e':Rcent proceedings in the 1fungarian Parliament disclused a mopt remarkable I discovery, which, were it not so con clusively authenticated, would be almost 'impossible to believe. The story, as condensed from the "olcixl reports, is that two peasants, or rather shepherds, frut" the isliand of .van-Egerveg, near the. sqcient city of Veszprim, and not far from Lake Balatol- came. to Pesth, pid to a jeweller offered' some broken fragsments' of what evidently was some very old golden ornament for female wear-probably a bracelet or band for the upper arm. The jeweller questioned the shepherds, and, their'answers being uonsatisfaotory, he had the' men arrested on suspicion of .being thieves. On the eiamination they told a tale which was sio astonishing that it was icommunicated to the Minister of the ?aterior, and this functionary ordered an iUves:igation by scientific officers. -The information of the shepherds was that\in the woods skirting...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. Fuor:?me months past, as everyone -whn readrs the daily papnera mtust be sware, a reglilar itream of deputati ,os than funtlated.'the Commissi-ner of Railways, and the' fart that the 'hon. igentleman has hntt been overwhelined by tlie faets and" figures which have Spoored in upon him from every quarter ""pekiks well poir his "powers of mental rend.phyeioal endeornce. Unler the c'ircumstanres. we certainly do not 'envy. Mr. Jones the task which has fallen upon him of arbitrating between •so many rival olaims. He has at hIle diespvsal some £1.300,000, which with economy will pIrobally go a 'long way ;tboards completigrls ime 220 miles, and providing the, 'neessary rolling , stock, &. :' but what in this a,.ongst so ,many applicants't The figures we Ihave furnished will show that 2,005 miles :have teen' applied for, estimated to cost from £12,000.000 to £13,000,000. -:1lany of the proposed, lines, however, "are merely rival routes, and as only ope, would be ...

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

Slp ippers and others. Clipper SCHOONER " I ' MINNA ,BELL Will TRADE regularly between PORTLAND and MELBOURNE. Tor freight, &c., apply to W. P. ANDERSON, 'ortland, Or JOHN TURNBULL, No. I Queen street, Melbourne. .egular Steam Communiqation Sbetween selbourne, Warr. taam1lool; Belfast, and Portland. TIIE undersigned despatch Steamers as A under (weather permitting), FROM MELBOURNE To Warrnambool. Belfast, & Portland, Name of Steamship. ( Sailing Day. JULIA PERCY. Every TUESDAY at 8 pIut. ROB ROY Every FRIDAY, at 2.30 p.m. FROM PORTLAND Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrnambool. Name of Steamship BSailing Day. Every TUESDAY, nRO ROY sailing from Port land at 2 n.m. Every F It I D A Y, JULIA PERCY sailing from Port land at 4 a.m. Boats will be in attendance to carry pas sangers from the north jetty to the steamer , from 8,30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to , ialliug. SReturn .tickets Issued available for either steamer for Two Months. Fares and freights at cur...

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THE RAILWAYS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

eTHE RAILWAYS OF VICTORIA. Coniaiderbleo interest is being taken in the subject of ocur railways at the present time, owing to the rush which recently sot "in to the dopnrtmeult for new lines, in view of the unticipated expenditure of nearly a million and a half of money oil railwnay eoxtnsion. The rlailtway Constracti,o 1Bill will shortly be introduced in Parliamnlint, nsld the time is theorofore opportune folr laying before the public all the ivailablo informnation with reference t to the railways of the oloany, andI thIe laims of various uI1 served disiricts. Applicationshlivo elleally .beoo received for 2,005 miles of railwny, whilst the Government will only have fmoltey enough to construct 220. miles. A glance at the railway map llows tlhat the lines already open, with tlhose i course of progress, traverse the large centres of population in a very large proportion of the colony. Two main lines running north and north-east fromu the metropolis top the Murray in tiwo plnoea-at ch...

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GAS WORKS FOR PORTLAND. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

GAS WORKS FOR? PORTLAND. PUBLIC MEETING. Last night, In Mac's Assembly Room, at 8 o'clock, a publisi meeting was hold to hear .aniaddress from the Mayor of Melbourne, 'Mr. A. K. Smith, C.EI.,on the subject of gas works for Portland. The meeting was crowded, ' Mr. J. L. Archer was called to the chair. In opening the meeting the chairman said - be thought the Mayor or some member of the, Borough Council should have occupied the position, but as he had an interest in the progressaof the town,and might be regarded as Impartial, he had consented to preside. iHe would now introduce the Mayor of Mel bourne, Mr. A. K. iSmith. Mtr. Smith, on coming forward, was well received. lie said that some eight or nine years ago he promised' Mr. Butters, who tlhen represented the town, that he would visit Portlnud and express a profebsional opinion as to whether it could be profltably lighted with gas. It was only some daya since, in conversation with Mr. Rlihmond HIenty. a mnhmber of the Borough Coitn...

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THE LATE REV. Wm. CARLAW CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

THE LATE REV. Wm. CARLAW CHAPMAN. Since our previous notice of the deceased gentleman we have gleaned some details from a reliable source, and as these must be of interest to the congregation to which he ministered so faithfully for the past two years, as well as others in the town and district, we append the details as a supple ment to the obituary notice which has already appeared in the Guardian. William Carlaw Chapman was the second son of Mr. James Chapman, grain merchant, Bathgate, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, and was born in the year 1845, so that at the time of his death (September 1) he was in his 32nd year. At the age of four years he was sent to the parish school and hence to the Bathgate Academy, where there were at least on the averago from 350 to 400 pupils, and where he ran through his school curriculum with credit, manifesting more than average ability among his class mates, his bent Inclining him more particularly to the   higher mathematics and natural p...

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THE NOVELIST. HAD SHE BUT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 September 1876

THE NOVELIST   HAD SHE BUT KNOWN.     A still, quiet any day in February, the air mild and soft, and filled with a ,bnI Y?y jn, .tlrough .which .the h rn?h-n?wU th iele ' sWoit?hess 6f n tl brid9dihttildud ,in'; her Imisty,'. il. a Crocuses thrusting their wlite andl' llnc honds out of tlle mould in Londoni i if tjnil),ardcus.../ Al'alnt rEly tfisxr ipflxigttio nlinond' recs ii tllo t, park. Tihe mouVqtil.piilicCQiiijql l.the y Row looking yvry likeo an ill -stulfod .cloth figuro of Piutlenco oil n ilonlo mont. A small dog buarking at theo i floets of ducks dimly'-slabwihg'tlrough n the iast on tlt ,grCey silver of thlo Serpo'n'ti. i 9 1. gl1 sittiing oii na bench nM.ar tio boat house waiting- s that was all. Mazie (pet name for   Margaret) Jcrninghliii wis'wnilidg, I .n4,m4d,eqnI,:ow?alitiig for somIo p9c v for th ? last toll finiiltos-was getting t tiro'l" l''?'itfiig too, for the cyciliadl acquired a dooper shade of paiii,-and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

;Tan LJRADINO TOmOs AND COntgrCT5V OF run Ann. -Its purity; remarkable etlleaey in obviating digestiveo:weakness or irregularity, the promptitude and certainty with which it supplies.vigor to thestrengthlens, its tranquil islnF effect upon the brnin , and nerves, and finally its adoptionlby the medical profession asIa means of etren?thening nnd regulating tht vital forces, justly entitle Utrotr.lo WoLP.r's SctoEDA]M AnROMATIr SCilNAPPS to be regarded as the leading tonic and corrective of the nag.-(Anovr.) "I Berkeley Sept is9D.-Gentlemen, I feel it R duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit I have derived by biking ' Norton's Camomile Plls.' I apliled to your agent, tr. t Bell, lBerkley, for the abovenamed Pills,Jor wind in the stomaclh, from winch I malffered excruciating pain. for a length of timne, I ha:vig trled , nearly every remedy preseribed, but without deriving any benefit . therefrom. After taking two bottles' of your valuable pills I was quite rest...

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. Newcastle, Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

FTiRTFIHERiP i'PARTI U1 A1RS. '; Tihe; Dade nona ?? lights a? sldonly .'di nppeared !.betweoen. 8..and 8O.; o'olock on Monday.,night, at -whlich timo? lh:as.aBtp. posed to lInve foulndered.. :,.t ,.,s w... . iti There wra only one good bqnt,nyalble on board the Di'ndenong nt that t~n;e the.re., mninder havingt been sent 'a- iiywitfh peq nengars to the barque. , Taa hbnrqne, which 'ara?'deejl. "en: ' witlhcoppr. ore ar?tood-by'll -idilifCin~n when deafoglglt,come,. aothingconldc-b aeon of the ste?lner. TI~rabnrni thelre. fore qteqred away at eight-lo'cloek in the nlornine', npd,,made for, Newanatle,- having pireO.S'dipy II?rtds yesteariy foren non, bit on'ly 'signailled iher intimber. .. There was only one )lontnvailnbhle:I end it moad tiro trips. ..hoI.pna.eogern and arnw .aoe. frothtlelDaandenong look in a deplorable onndition, and hundredl? of people an aembled, on.Ihe1-:whn'f to witness their lannding. - A.depthation? \h wited ari the inn,.yor,r n.ldti?him:to ?'all an pnblin meet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

Notice! Notloe! Notice I AT NEVILL and Co'a, General Store krepere, a single article, at wholesale price for cash. .. NEVILL 4 Co., .,.. , Peroy st ret Piano for Bale. M AGNIF1IENT PIANO. qnite new, by Aucthor Freres. Terms easy. Time payments if required. Apply at the S. UARDIAN OFI'dE. TEMPERANCE BOARDING HOUSE. jT. X. OR3OHARE,;1 GAWLER STREET. , TERMS MODERATE. TO LET BY TENDER, 1030 AOCIES RICHI LAND, at Mluntham, The Garden of,the Vosat, near Coleraine, for.5, II or 1l" years, from the let' DECUEMERl, 1873, for frazing purpores only ; at present leased to Mr. George M'Dornald. The highoast or any tender not necessarily accepteld. Tendter received by tho undlorigned up to the let October, from whom all particulars may Ie obtained. CHIAS. VAUGHAN. DBthlstreet, Ballarat. i I Il S. THE GRAND , d Is d CLEARING -SALE It DRAPERY, is CLOTHING, BOOTS.& SHOES, 1S AT JULIA STREET O E . .. .. . A. : 15, ., THE STOCK CONSISTS OF i Blankets Tweeds Quilts ... Xoleskinsr .Calicoes Win...

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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, SEPTEMBER 19. THE DUTIES OF REPRESENTATIVES AND REPRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

Whe Ouawizn, WITH WrICHnlc I NCORPORATED TOE "I PORTLAIID IPRESSM." To Protect our RighAJt-Not to Infringe upon tho? of Others. TUESDAY, I SEPTEMBER 19. THE DUTIES OF REPRESENTA TIVES AND REPRESENTED. THE Duolly Epress, In oommenting on the text, "Representatives should think more of their luties to the pub. lie, and the public l?a of themselves individually," says that in this pithy sentence Sin OoAtIa's SLADEN has struck at the root If much of our political unsoundness, and there can be no doubt that such 19 the foat. Your real member of Parli?aent is not, as a rule, a representative, but q dloegate, and hits aims never, exept aoaldeutally, extend beyond the hoson of his coo. stituenoy. The Exprec condemns the selfnshosss of oonstitumesles, and gives the fuollwing pertinoni illustratiqes of delegation and its elfec oq the legislas tion of the colony : " We mtst say that, i ir opinion, how. ever adivanced from a ratl point of view may be our political inet utious in them selves, in...

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PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

FORT OF WARRNAMIBOOL. AROZPrD... _ . Tepi. 18-Rotl Ri, etr., Melboarne. -p. 8- SARo oy,.tr. Belfast 5ept.. 18-Rob Boy, etr;. Belfast.

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 19 September 1876

POIT'IYOF :`ELFAST. ;Sept 18-Rob Roy; Mtr., 1Varrommbool;'. SAILBD.. Bept. I8--Rob Kby,.sir., Belfast,

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