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SHIPPING. PORT OF ; PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

SHIPPING. - PORT OIF .POR''LAND. September 25-Rob Roy, steamer, 300( tons, Captain Ashtbo, f(om Melbourne, via Belfast and Warrnaimbool. Saloon-.1trs. Todd and two daughters, Mrs. Cassidy, Mrs. Bromfield, Miss I.. Isromfl8oll., M.esrs. Brom fleld," Master Blroiflell, Messrs. Officer, T. Rafter, J. Andrew, Rerell, lHorner, Storer, Master Officer. SAILE. Sept. 26-Rob IRr, atr., Melbourne.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

PORT PIILLIJ HEADS. Sept. 25-Daux Treres, Frenchi barque. Bstavie. L BAILED. Nil. ________

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. TOWN HALL, 25TH SEPT., 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

'BOUOtOHS COUNCIL TOWN tALL, 28TH sEPT., 1870. The counlcil met at 8. p.m. Present The Mayor, COre Schofield, Keiller, Pile, Hlentyt Bevan, Dacomb. The following tenders were then opened and dealt with: . Ander:son . a .a £99" 5 0 Dulnan Munro ... .., N3 8 0 The latter tender was aecepted. " LAUsiUTo t Io013E.' J. O'Brien & Co. ... ... £80 1 0 W. ORbourne... ... . ... T0 0 0 CUIlINo ORASM, POTANIOAL OARDENS. F. Houaea ..... ... ., £8 0 0 TOWN WELL.. 1R. E. Sampson ... .t 8 0 0 0 LIOnTINO. ' J. Maontyre ... ... ., £11 0 8 W. Womnden ... ,, 180 0 0 J.J. Smith ... .. ... 10 0 There was an additiont mnde to the spool. cation to the effeot that the deposit be for felted ,wholly or in part, provided the tenderer fall to'carry out his contraet in terms of the specifilation. After thie addition.the tender of J. J. Smith wse accepted. STIRK OtVIItAL ORGAN. On the motion of Ore. Marriott and SBhofield, the Po'tland Guardiau war appointed the official organ in terms of the S VALUATION,...

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Delegation and Representation. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

Delegation and Representation. (To the Editor of the 'ortland Guardia..) ,Snt.-The political problem of the day is, bow to render representative intitu fions eficient as the means of scouring genuine and equal representation to the professedly represented. Somen, in attempting to solve this problem, re pudiate delegation as inenmpatible with representation, and as unworthy of the representative. As a consequence, much is said against local and sectional repro sentation, and in favor of an exclusively national representation. I am at a loss, with many others, to see how you can get national representation but as an aggregate of local sectional repreoentation, until all local Interests shall be left to the jurisdiction of local bodies, and the whole Parliament shall be chosen by the whole nation as one electorate. But there is cause to feaC. that even then the national interestsa would be sacrificed to personal sectionnl interests, as they are now, unless members of Parliameint become...

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IN THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

IN TIIE SENATE. The sketcher was supplied poorly with pabulum In P'ariamtent last night, and, indeed, the buslnes of thle evening can be summed up in a few words : Ararat and Geeloog were left unaltered, while Ballarat West was no corded Winter's division, and given thrco members. After the preliminary private business, which included the relegating of Mr. Munro's Working Moos' Lien Bill to the " doldrums," and a little progress on the Phairmacy Bill Mr. Ganuson proceeded to expand himself, and to show if possible why lie act the [Iouse agog on Tiesday night, becauseo he judged it expedient to be up at Ararat," collegina" wilth Ihis constituents, at the agrlcilttral show, Instead of attending liI his place to mlove re Ararat returning two members. Mr. Gauonson started In a" great" ml nsner, in fact, like Apollyon in the Pilgrim's l'rogress, ihe straddled all over the patth, and gave It to the Dove of Ararat very hot, unti I lie was thrice reminded that lie was golog be. yond bounds....

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MELBOURNE. Friday, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

W: ELBOURNE. .. S(rict. oa a alc owe. cot anIisocNT.) Friday, Septembher 22. 'i'lr honors the judges attended the 'ThcatLre loyal Inst nlight and appeared keenly appreciative of the humor of th description of " the justice in fair round belly with good capan lined,"' and the nu lnerous other quills against the legal frator nity itn which Shakopeare revels in " As You Like it." The SRidons' season has expired iin brilliance, for the play was most capably nacted, the Celia of the evening astonishing her warmest friends by her ability, and the ihouse heing crowded by an audience appre clative of the tlunlcrous good points withi which the play toemrs. The estate of BAessrs. Joseph VWebstor inlil Co. him been fllly released front seqlue. tration, the creditors having agreed to a sale of it to a well-known ierchant for £38,000. I observe by to-day's announcements that an Idea which has been frequently canvassed by critics in this city is about to receive a praetical trial. A minstrel trou...

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EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE NEAR GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

EITRAORDINART OlTiAg:. NEAR GEELONG.. Two ruflans named John, Todd and T. Dartrop perpetrated a ruffianly outrage on Monday n!lght,on tile Mou?ut Mrmao -rods Supon a man named Lille, a woodcarter, apd a woman named Mrs; hyatt, the wife of a woodcarter, who with Lllley and a German named Pason, were going home to Paraparap. iartrop and Todld, who weran in a cart, ovgn touk Ithem, and rang?g up'alongplide, Bartrop raised ills whip and levelled Mrs. Hyatt bya munrderous blow over her head. He and- Todd then sprang out of the cart, and dragl ged the women down on the road, wham they - left her in a senseless condition: They must then have turned their attention to Llley, for he avers they pulled him out of the waggon, threw him' under the wheel, finishing up by beating him bcutally about the head with a large stick. The rufana thien returned to Mrs. Hyatt, who rwear dislacelly that lhartrop knelt on her, and abuscd her nlmost foully. lie did his utmolst' to comlmit Itho Clital offence, ...

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The Late Gas Meeting. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

The Late Gas Mtetlug. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) SIn,-iaving read a letter written by the Town Clerl:, by direction of the Council, dircoted to Mr. J. T,. Archer, chairman of the .meeting held at Mac'ns lotel "re gas," and puthliahed in tile columns of your journal, I feel, that as the person pointed at in MIr. Archer's addendum I may claim your indul gence to publish a few remarks on the subject. Filrst-L hold that a person takling the chalirat any public meeting does not nocaes aerily commit himself to any line of action. lie is there, ostenstly,a lmply to conduct the business of the meeticn and keep ordler, &&: Secondly-The nimeting presalde over by Mr. Archer was one held to give the Mayor of'.lelbourne an opportltty. of expreossin his views as to the value of gas, the cost of construction of gas works, &e., to Iho public of Portland. And this was'done tmelt ably. thirdly-And here is I think where the shoie'pinches. I nm altogether opposed ...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

MELBOURNE CUP. The following are the nacceptances: S est. lb "' at.lb. WVoolomal 8 13 Torehllght 6; 8 bThe Ace 8 10 Iells6 . / . 8 Imperaln 8 10 Vein Hnpo 6', 8 Robitt [food 8 10 IFisherman 6 SuAltan 8 @ Intlnawood, 6, Sillthern Cross 8 6 Irish Stew - 8 Strerling T' 8' .6 Strop?? . .. 6 7 Itapid Blay"_ 8 3 Meteor 6+," hMellbour?e 8" t' iv Enliget 6+'+. Ctifton "' 8+ 0 Kismeet 6 Sean dagR '7 -''17 Il?nlker' 6 Speculattona l .'7 ?ta ?lcdacoltael .6 6 A T. 7 15 Nethesia ,,6e 4 pllke 7/- •7rnqlnNi ,i ' Ja ?,tiantainer 7 ' '9 'The Deer 6 ,.4 liereules '. 9 Gl,,om . ,, 6. 4 1~imulatton 7 8 Pride of Hills", ,6,.,4 -Iempudcnee 7 7 Irisels.', . Valentla ' 7- 7 N?. gingaton ,,,,6 : Light o' Day'+,+ 7 5 Ginger 2 en d'Artifloe 7; 5 Sibyl , 0 Janitnr 7 4 Lord Lytton '. 6 0 Newmi ster 7 4 Vole? ;, 6 0 B ittgnluy "7 4 Aldinga ? 6 , 0 ounterli;ry 7 4 Florin , 6 0 PTih ''Pnnter '7 2 I 1Mor . 12 'r imtllt + " 7 0 Napoleon 6'ý ' 5 12 Break o' Day i '12 Windsor . ,5 12 Sypairk[ -a" ' E 6 13 Dewdrop col...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

CO1RE POND1i NCB. WhIIRL dntI tlllg the · a;·lll··ll Iitnrmr yIreldnm~to. Cnrrnr(,nnluutn; mt onllllllr, will ;tu' til'(ll ·LillltO sllolr· poolallticntion at, nhnll h.! ll!:nrly writtenn klolnt'FrntO! nTPTtnlnm· and of Il,::nl or R'1:' r lll Intorr.;t; In HO NO- ln Ilolli!IR IIII.*.IF x-O'alllnliilli for nmi oplnloe? tlllt ntny he r InnltvyoU I therl.Utl.

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

" POLIE COURT. SBArnoAY, S'rirEbsniRn 23. lefore the Mayor (James Trangmar, Isq., J.P.) end W. A. Moore, Esq, J.P. Thomlnls Moriarty sued D. Donolhue for using ibusive and threatoning ltngunage. Mr. Ileynolid appeared for dofenidant. Thie plhil tiff deposed that le was a iabourer, nnd residoed in Portland.; on Monltay last, hatwooni 12 and 1 o'clock at night, defedlatint threiteiori hih in hie hedrtoon, and tituel olfotilivo language, but never laid hnndl oil him. To Mr. Reynoldl:-IIalI known defen dant six or seven wookts; both slept in the one room ; their landlody was MrA. Pettino ; wont to bed anl.shut the door; did not know wvhere defendant was hving now; was living in the same place himself. A witnsno nnmtod Kelly, in answor to plaintilf, (lpoced that he tbend the Ibni gage eto emplhinot of, though he 'lived in the next house, the two brcing divided only by in half-inch hmard ptl tition. ,Ir. Ileynolds submitiod that tile door lhad been closetl by ono lodger against another, a...

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THE INDIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

*---TRE INDIAN WAR. Biqmarok, l14lh August, via Burford, 11th Augusllt.--?Tr rry' 1?Ii columll, on its depnrturet;o froln Supply Camp on thu Yellnowatone, at tlle mouth of thlle loebud tle oth., iinlt lnumborfil afightilg forco oa abloltt 1000 mnlt, ailltlwts ncomplalliiot by a train, nullmbering 205 swgonsl, contusinhig slppllea fort:lhe oItmpagn. Owing to lthe h1vy' raln tile mStnvemllis of tlheo trooplls will be necessarily slow t naul, as Goieral Terry expets to ret to c to Ihis have of supplies on the Yellowstono about 10h Heepltember, It will not allow hiim over twenty fgltthun dlay.. ie will endeavor to form a jitilon willth Crook, and will movre dowo thue west bt:elk of the Itoahul flfty milels, when the onmhineoi forces will endeavor ton.llgue the IiiiIansn iII the region if IlinII111m olluOlniltinl. (r~ow acotst report the mlin Iholy of Sltitlog ull'n bInd enatolpeid on tohe ?Blnlloi tiver, a trilelirty of the Big Iorn. Ti nguhio them It will I?e necesnary to ceroi the tiu...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Whliteohnll .7th August.-Oai Sunday afternoon ten persona were drowned while orussing .Puttamu's : ponds. Thirteen persons were ill a smll row boat, and when about three roods from the elore, in eight feet of water, a squall struck the boat, cap Sizingit, 'with -the restilt'atited, :.The unanesof the drowned are Juliinaun and wife, John M'Auilister'aud wife, John Burt'aind dlatghter,?Peter Osur, Adlolphlt Tiavenerse nd son, Mr. Holiden, nuo1 Miss Thntloher. The doilies- of 'aill - but-Holden- have been recovered. i . . ,". " Pliladelphia, 10th August.-Tie barqne 0. E, Jane li's:narrived here, and brings the second officer and three of the crew of tle ship L. V. Belethel; of Yarmonth, Novit Scotia, from B Iltimore for Leotdon. They were reiotted:from a pidee of floltilht'wreck, and report that tle ship oerpized in' a iibrri. cane on 31St Jiuly.. Theyr lad been fiftyaeix h)ours without foo I O? drink.' ' '-.; St. Louis..12th Aoiant.; The confe sion of HI{bbo IFerr...

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WRECK OF THE ELMGROVE. LOSS OF EIGHT LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

WRECK FO.T1IE ELXGCROVE. LOSS OF EIGHT' LIVES. We, Argus, regret to-have to chronicle another. untritimo. disnater, acompaneild with considerable loaee' f life. A tale, g~pihio mtessngo was roclivcd from Pirt Alb?rt .yeu;lrday :fiternoun;,. whioh rep??rted the loss of the . barque ]Ilmgrovo off the coast, near Rabbit ]sland; while vri her voynge from Now. cnatle to 'Adelaide, with coal. The telegram stated that ount of a crew of 10 men,, only two, the master and the second ?foicer, hide. been saved ; but from': the statement of the latter it>:would appear that thero is still some doubt regarding the fate of the master. The servivor was picked up by the shooonor Eleanor Johnstoneo p.,Watorloo Iay, and he stated that the master would be found, it' still alive, somewhere along the Ibench. Atoing on the infurmation furrlshod by the otfoer, the seltoonore Eleanor John. atone and Victoria oruind along the shore without disorovring any signs of the msstor of the ill-fated oraft. Inu. to...

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ADELAIDE, S.A. September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

ADELAIDE, S.A. (rno01 ouO own onsaassONXr lT.), ; September 18. I am sorry to say that there is every probability of the present ministry being allowed to go into recess without any .change.being made for the. better. It is really pitiable that the public purse 'hibuld be plundered for the purpose of keeping such adventurers in power as Ward, Colton & Co., men whose very -luoks are suggestive of pure selfishnes., and who are only anxious to keep their seats so as to enjoy? themselves, at the publio expense. lHowever, we are .hoping.that next session will see a 'change for the better, and' the sooner some change does take place the better. Fortunately, no change c'ould be worse, and so we may, I dare say, hope for the best.. The"?"?ew storyq iS Lady Isabel's crime.,''..which is now being published in the Northern Mail, is. unquestionably the best original colonial'story that has 'yet' be~n puiblished. It it free from the Snamby-pambyism that . is the general characteristic ':...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Office, September 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

C COMMERCIAL. ' PORiTLAt D MARKETS. Guardia Officce, September 26, 1870. The retail price of flour is £t Ge per ?ag Our quotations are W1nozLU?LLE Pat?. Flour £12 Wheat, 5s 3d to 5.s O per bushel Oats,'3u 3d to 3as d do Barley, 3s Gd Bran, ?s d3: - Ponlaid, la d' do Butter Is 4d1lb" Eggg 10Gd'. dozedn'. Cheese (Colonial) Od to 3d per lb, RETAIL PrIt CZS. Flour, 26s per bag cash. " Barley, 4a- per bushet Wheat, o do Oats,4s to 4s 6d ' - do Bran, Ils OG do Pollardls 6 to la 9 ... do. . Butter Is 4d to ls Gdlb. "gg, Is doz. Bread 7S per 41b loaf dMimosa Bark, £3per ton . J. I1. Clcogh and Co.'sreport.-lrelboure., September 20.-Wool.-The new clip' con. tinues to arrive, although not -in large quanthties as yet; there will, however, by tlhe time the season's sales commence hiere, next month, be a good supply to hlnd, and we look forward for good competition ruling In Ihismnarket,np to 'full rates. At present, there are "merely the 'small odd lots being dlsposad of, which fetch very satis...

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THE OUT-GOING MAIL FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

THE OUT-GOWIG MAIL FOR ENOLAAND. The times appointed for closing the over land mails at the Portland Post-ofsie are as follow : for REGISTERED LETTERS, at 4 p.m., 'Tuesday, October 3. For ORDINARY LETTERS, via South ampton and Brindisi, 6.15, p.m., Tuesday, October 3. For NEWSPAPERS, via Southampton anid Brindisi, 0.15 p.m., Tuesday, October 3. MONEY OIRDERS payable in the. United Kingdom will be issued up to 3 pim.,fon Tuesday, October 3. MAIL VIA BRINDI51., Letters and Newspapers via Brindtsi must be specially endorsed for transmission by that route, and bear the following rates n Newspapers, 3d each, not exceeding 4 ounces, Letters, 9d per half-ounce. . . DEVIERELL, Postmaster

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

Portland Permanent Iunilding .and Investment Society. (l-; ?ioraled under the Building Socielies Ace, .1874.) APPLICATIONIS for Shares will be c received at [ th Socety'sa omees, Per(yoetreet, on and after Monday next from 12 o'clock to I p.m, dolly, eopies of the rules may be obtained at the Guardian oflCee, and fro, -- . " " . ' S. DACOMlI, Portln. tir eptmbr Secretary. Aor),?,,,l:8c?! Sol r 1870. BROOKS, RoBION & Co., 39 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, GLASS MERCHANTS, OIL AND COLORMEN. Plate, Uheot, I'olo. ad, Om?menta Glaum. laperhangin' s and antolpiecest , (rATs*rzun 'v rsr ui) Dye-waron. Tanwaros of all kinds. Palm, Ooooanut, and Whalo Oils. "Sacohinoy? and Paint Oils. Whitoloada and 8ants. Turpentino. Zassian Canvas. Docorations. "aintora' Drushware. Varnishes. Pioturo and Boom Mouldings. oeglator Orates. T1, Pravaments. PFics and Parliculari sqopn AP+lication. / 7TANTED. Irotn a party of t,,r, y 'le.o-era uoI to 0th int., fir i.,ubh ig 5l6 a res. lautncuatr lne, as er...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

: '' shippers and others. '' Jt< Tim Cltiippr SCILTOONEt MINNA BELL Will TRADE regularly tiB WPORTLAND endMELBOURNE. L For freight, &c., apply to r , W.. P. ANDESON, Portland, Or JOHN TURUIULL P. No. I Queen street, Melbourne. sgular steeam 06mmunloeation ",:"tletween telbournete, tWrr l"amI,, i booml;, el?ist, and, ICE underolgned despatch Steamers, as ..:i: nuder (wcathlerj permittipg):--; ? 'FOM. MELa 3OURNE. '.,Warrnambool, Belfasti&'Portland; ame.?g Siteam silp,:. Stdling DIy., :'A IJTA PIERCY. I rery ,t , i1.; S '(sB ROY Every FItlD)AY, at 2. 0 p.m. ,FR'M :PORTILAND. ,Melbourne, calling at Belfast and Warrnamb6ol. agl oflSteameltp .. Sailing Day. S i : ! Every TUESI)AY, IROI D ROY rs ailing from Port. lnot at 2 a.m. Every F R I D A Y, JULIA PEROY, [ aaloIn from Port , land at 4 n.m. '"Boakts will be in attrndnceeto' carry pan aengers from the north jetty to the steamer frami,830 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to salni . i , Liettirn tickets issued...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 September 1876

?,,Per Rob Roy, steamer, from Melbourne 21 pckVs IV. P. Anderson, I do T. Adanmson; I do M. Atherton, I .do T. Bennott, 0 do Campbell and Son, - do Miss Clarke,-3do H. Cranage, I do T. G. Cue and Co., 3 do Guardian, I doCampbell, 3 do Crouch and Co., 6 do Dusting and C,:, 3 do J. Dounldsoo, 19 do F. Ford, 2 do Finnigan, 12 do It. French, I'do Fullarton, 9 do Gray. 3 do Greenbhm,rt dn Greenham, I do Holies;, 1 do Ilurot, 1 do Ilenty,: 1 do Mrs. llamilton, I do Joseph aleggestfon,-A do F. Ilonty, 3 do Kerr, 10do Kelller and Co., 1 do Kohn and Cumpbell, 3 do T. Kean, 3 do H. Lear, 1 do Lsyley, 15 do Lyons, 10 do S. Lancaster, 17 do Lilte, 3 do K. H: Mose, 7-do MIrriottl2 do PattersoD,-1 do Price. and.Co., 2 do J. leachy, 2 do 31. Stosentlml, 9 do RI'.krd, 1 o Mfrs. Eobb, 2 S. IRpkin, 9 do IRobert.on. 16 do F. Slater, 3 do Salmon, 1 do Stevenson..27 do Mrs. S. Spl~ith,.12, do Stewart and Co.,28 Jdo Sprieg *Bror., I.-do C. IR. Tultlh, 33 do J. W. T'rangmr, 1 do Vale, 1 do Wilson, 8 do D....

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