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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, OCTOBER 3. THE GAS CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

WITli WHICH In INCORI'ORATEO TIEC ' "IOILTLAND I . IXP' l:R '." To Protect our Rihlts - Not to ljfrinule upon thoses of Others. TUESDAY, OCTO3BER 3. TIHE GAS CONTROVERSY. The gas controversy hns assumed proportions that threten to leave us without the modern illuminator, just at the very time wo should all combine to secure the illumination. Certain entiricali remarks, published in out Inamilton coonteloporary, to the effect thait-In mntters of gas-" Portlhutd want up with the rocket and come down with,thu stick" were apparously not uscnilled for, for we believe that had it not been for isternal dissontion, gas-works would even now lhaivo beesn in ecsse, lid lPortlaind a pioneer to Ismilton in at least ono progressive direction. It has been a rare occur retco of into for the sea-port of Port land to have any chance of re-nssorting its position'; but no sooner dli the op portunity nrise than the uldmiirers of an Ideal commeuced a quarrel on practical applicnation, and between two sto...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

'AdoBgipdP ýE. U~,tl r lm ill op n onlb . to Int rell ; inll ll*o l e h hli n g »a~l l r t a ltl? tlble .tn..ny olueol-s t ih., n'llnmy h onv etAl Ihiuelln.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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SUMMARY FOR EUROPE PER R.M.S. "ASSAM." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

SUMMARY FOR EUROPE PEIl . ,..S. "ASS?:A .'" Dunm' .tlhe past month, though the tone of hie Iouse has improved, but littled real business lins been done, and night after night the Electoral Bill, now-well through its second reading, Ias beeii .tho-pl'iincipnl measui rdis cussed. Thl pnllsago of. this bill in our Legislative Assembly shows that Sir JAMES tlcCuLLoclI' Ministry lias tlie confidence of tli IIoise, but whetlecr the voice of the country sl in accord' with thlio vot of the tmnjbrity lias yet to be establishld. Several nmendments or supposed amendients thli opposition' brought- up haovebeen negatived, even.in.somo cases when tih conviction of the nimjority presumably Wont in favour of tile amendments the vote went with tltlq nrjority, inhorder, as alleged by iho opposition, to. khep Sir JA1res IMcCuLLOcin and his follo.v ing on thl Treasury elicches. 'This clharge hns beon. roupidly aflirmed by Mr. JAMEs SERVICE, anid of co;rao indignantly denied by the party in, power. IMrl...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

:J~f~youi t A ILI' r H1EXflS.' October 2-Omeo, MIr., Adelnide. City ofelcllbourne, sir., Sydney.. BAILW. - Ootob',i 2 'Aidineo, idr.;`Adoeido. . "'.,"..y, " City ofM1lbourne str, ,Sydney.

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

PORT -OF IiELFAST.. .*CfUYi AURIVRD.* --October 3-Rob Roy. sor., Portland. J3IU MAZiýlEcd'ai

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

Crlcekct Ground Imrprovineent Funlld. TO jFENCERS, SPLITTERS, AND OTHERS. rTTENDEIIRS will be recelved1 by the L underoignec up to SATLUIL)-Y,, 2t1t' Octlber, fior! .upiply of POSTS, HAILS, 'nd. PALINGOS required for foncing the P.;rtlaml Crikoit Oronisd. ,to. be delivered onu ir before 7th Deceoiber, l,?meit or ally touder pot nccetsurily n?ceptcled. . bpecitiotionsn at myv nnlco. :FENTON W\. HILL AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' F:UND lfe Aissuranca Soolety, , (' ni r ' ' e"' r T ) ' IE Att OFF IC0., 109", Collins; Street ',West, AIEL OU/lt'E. . Ifelsitered under the Life Aasurance Com. panics lct, 187:1, ias a company having seurltd assets in i 'ictrid. Iloinn or Dliincrons: Thomnn ealolbort, .1. ?, Oih:,iriln. Tlhhmp ; o nhitie, M.P', Jubhn , ergu+ott Joiniph Major iPrtt SInon l?ralzer, 11.., Medical stxatiiiior for 'ortlind: Dr. llroweor. 1" TA Snr l r E on the m, it, l prin,. tplS -A wlavlsy,.nll the prutlt; lloUng to tho mmhobers. iAll pultolen iiticonditiloal and unchallopgo l No power to...

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BRANXHOLME. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

PORTLAND POLICE OUURT, Wdy NESDAY, January 9.s (Before Mr. 11. J. M. Campbell and Mr. Jainsa Long, Je.P.) Frederick oeeny Arkell wia chnrged by Superintendent Milnie tliat he did sufer uucho fur drinksa to be played in the or don Hotel contrary to the Licoaiing Aot, 1890. Defundant, wlo was defended by Mir. 4Artenr Fielding, deniod the offence, Patrick O'DotiollD, h onetablo of police, stated that liu observed ta lighe t On the Iorning of 24th October, 190u, at about two o'clock, ie n the bar parlour of the Gor don Hotel, and wont over. There was Word talk. It was over a game of cardas Ho reuoofieod lodefoidant and Webb's voicers. fJDeoeidut aolacel Wobb, and stid it was tihe loa t gaiIewo of Coad4 thlt would be played for nloey in Ilil I)kouo. Defeundnt and Webb went alonD to Poll Leu's place and lie overheard a oonversa tion thcrue relating to tho game. On thu Saturday following lie interviewod the defendnnt, who ettt edd that a g iami of carda woe played, but lio did not ýrIow it...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

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PORTLAND POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

PORTLAND POST-OFFIOE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARIIIVB FROM Melbourne, GOeelong, Ballarat, Ararat, ?Hamilton, Condab, lransholme, Ilywood, Myamyn, daily, at a p.m., (on Monday I a.m.) Casterton, Sandford, .Coleralne, Merino, Digby, Ilutspur, leywood, Tneday, Thurs day and Saturday at 6 p.m. Belfast, Warrnambool Narrawong, Yam buk, Tyrendarra, 9t. Ifelens, Mundlay and Friday at 3.30 p.m. rBddgewater, Wednesday at .350 p.m. MAILS CLOSIC FOR " Melbourne, Geelong.. Ballaart, Ararat, lHamlltos, Branxholme, ' ondab, Heywood, Myamyn, dally, Sendaya exresatd, at 4.15 . i ood, lo ur, Dlgby, Merino, ole raine, :,andfordt (stertm, Tuesday, Thurs day ad Saturday, at 7.15 p.m. Belfast, Warnuambool,Narrawon, Yambnk, Tyrendars a, St. helens, Muodaya and Frldays, at 7.45 pta. Bridgewater, Tnesday at 7.45 p.m. 8. It. DMVIIIItLL, Postmaster.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Proon 00u OWN COAnnarorDnsars.) VICTORIA., " MELBOURNE, Ocroena 2. The Equity. Court ruling in 'the casa ChaumlUero veraubChamliers, two brothers n 'partnerlship ibtained license of Crown Land, thd brother holding the lcenla ctuuk~thereto,; thu other, brolther sought ilpeifiaplrformaoice; the Jodge" tegretted the law compelled hinm to dismiss the. bill ;' but ns the defendant acted dis honeutly; ontj i twvould be disallowed. Lilley, the viati;luof the WVaurn Ponds outtragb, Guolong, is' dead. 'Tie' trial of the two: moen caeuurned, to. po. above. prooocding .comes on to;day; another chanrgo isfor rape on fMrt. Ily att. The Victoria ltacing:( lob rescinded the recnli'rulus forbiddiig two-year-olds, conmputiug in the casme bhudloap with horeroi?b'oe that ago: also, the rule preventing the rutning of asgis colts more than one mile. . " · Wheat t4 3d1, fiur .13; oats 2a lOJ to Oe 3-1 ; Maize 3s 10J. City of Adelaide, bringing the Sydney (lovernur'? 1mrers was algnalle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

Wool! Wool! Wool! MONCKTON SYNNOT, FLINDEr'S WOOL WAItEIIOUSE, Woolbroker and Station Agent, l OLD4 AUCTlON SALES OF WOOL IVEVIIY TIIUItSDAY during the IeaCun, otlOr station produce, skins, Ihldel, tallow, &O, no TIIIISI DAYS J{ACII W*E.K all tsc year round. Acting an Sellnl? Broker only, all bull. ne,,s enlrusted to my catr will bo faithfully anil quickly performed, iccout sales renl dlored, and proceeds prdhlptly remitted drect to owner, or placed In a bank as Ilo mar reqoltu. IYV . qMcCULLIOCH & Co., or IPEltIElt VA N HIUNT & Co., will receive cconslgnlm'lil at all railway tatoluns, payleg inland carrltgo by wanggu or boat, it so Instructed, and for ward te blmoe wlllboot delnay to . MONOKTON SYNNOT, 10 Filoders Lane, East Melbourne, MR. FREDK.; L. LYNEr SOLICITOR, PO IiE TLA IT D A COMMISSIONER or yap SUPREME COURT r cP SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Trust Moneys for Investment on Freehold Security at Moderate Rates. MR. HENRY BUTLER (LATE OF CoL.Ac,) soLICITOR, ATTORI...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

. BIRTHS. MATHESON.-On the 27th September, at Maryvale, the wife of Robert Matheson   of a son. WALKER.--On the 28th inst., at Percy Street, Portland, Mrs. W. P. Walker of a son.   ADAMSON.-On the 30th September, at South Portland. the wife of A. G. Adamson of a son.   MARRIAGES. M'BAIN-FINDLAY-At Athols Cottage, Portland, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. J. K. MacMillan, Presbyterian Minister of Hamilton, D. M'Bain of Messumurray, South Australia, to June, eldest daughter of George Findlay, Portland. ANDREW-HUGHES.-On the 28th Sep—   tember, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. S. A. Hamilton, Presbyterian Minister of Hay, N.S.W., assisted by the Rev. W.. Tranter, Port— land, John Andrew, proprietor of the Riverina Grazier, Hay, to Anne Shaw, eldest daughter of Edwd. Francis Hughes, Esq., Caxton, Portland. DIED. GREEN.-In London, on the 15th day of. July, 1876, (the eve or his departure for Australia,) Walter Green, la...

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WARNED OF A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

WAINEB OF A, WARNING. as .,In the.year 1864,. when I first met gi Frankc OmGroy, he was a:handsome, le brave, simple-minded boy. Eleven is years laterI T w him again. He was P A iiat -detl, bigger.- bnt very little a clhanged.' The'anie dark brown curly l hair th sa glint of red in'it; the same I' lau?Bhing blde ;ejsye, the same almost d iirlii," isile ; the, same 'onntompt for il ill that was mean oi cruel; only he A didn't burst not crying now, when y touthed by snoh things. He stood six d feet one in his rowing shoes, and I wo6~qld st us aoon .haye a mule kick y me as feel the full weight of ihi arm. A:igentle giant, this- Frank Conroy, jibh fair abiliiies, goha prospeots, a -happy.home, troops of. friends, and the sweetest girl in uVirginia loving him with ll her heart. This was Annie Aiineslev, the only daughter of a plan er'whose- fortunes had survived a the raviges of the civil war,and who I lived in a grand old house on the a .James iver,. sodie fifty miles above ;i ioho'nd....

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

'ORw' OlFif PIItI'LAND B:ptenlrher S30.ltolb Roy',. strateri 393J f..,n, C?r.twali A.iilon, from Me1lbuuruI. , Di Warroambiul aid Belfast. baeoo:--Melrs. It. Ieinc, 11. Davis, ''hwaite, Misses Glee so-, (^), I.urce, Mrs. T. A. VWhitehead, Mrs. PriLce, .le'r.. . It. R lill, Cuost, J. L. Dale, W. ton. Ilnailtun. . Schlufield, .1is 1cat, and Il lu thit steerags. Croaker, Suott and Co.,. agents, MAILE.D October 1--Rob uoy, htr., [elbouirne. IMPORTS. Per Ith RIoy, aswkwr,. from Melbourne 22 uekg W. W '. Aendoson, I do J. Adanltol a: a; % . -A l ,u, " d "odro nl Wm ; 1 "ilo Bea wi; i do Crave,,, 9 do IH. COwker, I do McLellan, 37 do Caohpbelland Son, 9 do D. :rdoucbh, do )V, Cooper, 3 do Ciawford, 2 do Cuoulson,2 tio-state-wchol, Chetwymd Junction. 30 do Conat?, I do Carmichael, ftdo-Wm, Ch.rter,. 5 do Cod:ulh?'ldl; 0l"jDay,5 t1t0' Drew, 4 do J. )onaldsuu,.1 do 3.. .drlrch, 13 do Ford, I do It. pFr~bhl.duA-l9ukt.hrp, 5p d,.Oavmnt,3 dp, rnot 1 do Gray, 2do 1I. F. Ilolme, 2 do .'Jt/IIell , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

a 2To nhI ppers andothors. THE Clipper SCHOONER :MINNA BELL t l 6 i'Will' TRADE regularly bettep" FOr TLAND aond MELBOURNE. r For treglsi, &c., apply to S, i ,~ ;,W.F P. ANDERSON, ::, : .: i . . Portland, ý.? > Or'JOIIN TURNDULL, i,?'11,?L, 1a.I l Q eean street, Melbourne. 'gsWii tteaii Communcatione " bq,ityet? a ; :Melbournae, Warr. ;. inambool,Uielfast, and ;,,It ·r...: o i , Iortlam d . ' Ii?fl.'unaidersIgned despatch Steamers as tindei (weather permitting): :FROM( MELBOURNE alolrU ambool, Belfuat & Portland, ','tNmd of Steimslhip. I " illing Day. JULIA PERCY. Every TUESDAY. ...;? ' ' Y . I ' 3 r p.m. S I Every FItIDAY, at RO1 R.'OY 2.30 p.m. '; FROM PORTLAND , t, orne, calng at Belfast and Warrunambool. S sm? of Steamship I Sailing Daey. I Every TUESDAY, S .1ROB ROY sailling from Port land at S a.m. Every FIRIDAY, Jti. tA PERCY sailing from Port land at 7 an.m , Boats will' be in attendance to carry pa- i selgers from the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 October 1876

Victoria Fire and Marine In-   surance Company.       Victoria Life and General In- surance Company and "Sav-   ings Institute. '' 'N II(1Ni' 1lN GliY ,1 I1.t.RR, fO airinnn'ril e i>Ta : Ilti C~tpit £2,200O,000 Fire Matrina iZand " L f tr' Innuranie accepted at Juawr t current rnter. 8.1 *isJio'ad utcdZ,; M.. A krl..hert. MlplhourZno. r.: ".p. ·-! ; , J O RDS'PL CO,1.L1J. Agent:—A. R. RICKARD. °ehtcaI~RY TioSnnllcl l p i rtn clol nt 3 MQl` Ae;Z'anI; 70'h Sept... 1876. * i"ICNlIIICS ttrbtavttutl for the ricationi of ý.aQulit" tna',oIen tatultinga .f'ur-a trneliur'a Itousa at tiitto SIcIaoI No. D91, TDii: unrit. y .IlrlL·InL nud Sp( . ctflrntluns lo!Lty hu w rit, .nd V7rrnt.IC-Tct ('nd.'tbtalgat at Stnta Z1'hdoin . 'it',011iirs S a .Zo ( aiddi tao) iii ttrrremry., rtilrraI"'l'ender fi.r \Wirkq at ,U ,J)rik 3), 0," iw ut sliord 'at a thi, afliti not I dirr 'lion tiarn', jock II. at. us 'Ii-isy 2 it iI t'** a." si 'ilsy...

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RAILWAY INCLINES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

]t LWAY INCLINES. Thle ifliculties experienced on the incll between Beechworth and Ever. ton /ro litr!et to be experienced by t.iolves between tile jetty ... it.. 'orth cutting near Percy street, and onwards towards the main railway dd~jft . A writer in the Agep sys: " A run down Ihe incline from Beech. worth to Everton is almost as exciting rind certainly lias as large an element of danger in it, presuming the observer ridesaon thio engine, as the Rlssian wdfonr pastime of runninge down ice hills. The Beechworth gradients are long nnd ominously steep. In some places it seems as if no brcuk power in the world. could restrailn nd keep in check the ponderous engine and heavy lond.behind it as it gliden d(own the smooth shining rails. If the breaks give way the consequences would not be pleasant to contemplnte. The Beeclhworth line has not got tlie merit, es Mr. Jones hinted, of aflording an easy means to get out of the town, for there is a rise of one In thirty shortly after leaving i...

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QUICKEST BILLIARD MATCH ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

QUiiCIES T BILLIARD M~ATCH : i ON RECORD. Messrs». Rolberto and Weston played their fourth matchl: at Dnnedin'on the le.eieing qf tie 17lh ult. . The. ga#ere .whioci piroved tie most remarkable for, 6peed ever playve, proceeded. as re !.?rted by theo Reni,;?"n, ar,'e follrow; -Roberls broko tlie Iu lls lb In..lik. and Weston (gave nmiss iinderrth4 leftil1and nushlion. Roerta fpil.l d tosnore, nd Weston then commenced bashinitsv with a ice bh?enk of 21., nearly 'll losing hazards off the white.- Roberts then ran up 20 and 6 ,arnd'ihe game was called 572-2S.2i8 Veston not troubling the seorer, pohorts'got n fine opening, and after by all-rnond play making 44, he got behind the spot, putting the red down, twenty' times; then heo lost position, lint regained it with a oannon, ind potled the red ninety additional tline. At length' he missed one, the rod ball ctolhing the idlo of the pooket, buit'tlie break had amnuosted to no leas thsn 376. Roberts was loudly Ap. plauded at. the oonolusi...

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THE P. AND O. STEAMER AT GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

THE F. AND O. STEAMI IER AT GLE1NELG. The Adtlaido correspondent of toe Arinus write:--'" 'hi outer Iharboor soalt? c continues to occupy ' largeo harO. of public attention, annd the weather at Gleneig on the arrival of the anst P. an I 0. astenmer, with tohe ]ngkli)sh mil, he addedl tl tilt) ogitn|tiln. AeI you I ill have hbraid, the nnitls were on tihat nieca.ion landedt witth cnidorahll difficulty andl with no smanll niomunt o rink,' while tile goodo and psintelr's lngIngo hadll to bo Inthell round Io M*lolb rno. I.is tdl a1 wnudIr, erlnn itlering the open romlutadt at Glonhig, nnd the utterly, ilntdequnto fncililioa fir nillaArktii aniddvdiaembarkiiig, thtl there lian bIoen Ito acnrilico of llllnt lifo i:' llt the l ervi?.e cillnt go an fir ever na it is niLw til inntled withotll. 5Romn notitn ro phe. Lmat meek ii ltly pisinioer.' Whio na being Irnif,lrl rr,l fromll tilte (1Illmlii lunt to thie tleam tendor Fairy, was, I hIourr. ltnhed it the top of then funtint luntooad lif thi...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

I WESTERN AUSTIA LI A. A corr sndec 1'of the M.aryboroug7h and Dunolly Adverliser, writing frior afar, saysa:rrt -7 . ` / The extension of the toleagr line towards Eanel Is prngre. 6 very rapidly'.'Ab?du300 mile?r it are now completed, so that it nowxtends beyond Lsperanee Bay. The Fuperintendent of Telegraphs, reports .oat the work is bein pusliledfor.srd so well that it will be completed .efore' the contract time, possibly .wilin seven or eight months from thiilme. The Governor's epeech holds out the prospect of a line of rail way aleo being consiructed, from Free. mantle to Perth, and the rising township of Guildford, about ieu miles from here, a worklwhich is eure't6obe carried on. We'were all rather surprised at Mr Alex. Foorreat's sudden returt, from his, exploring tour into:the interior. After journeaingt 400 milei, he found it im. possible to proceed further, on account of the dryness of the country. The complaint of want of rain, unforunnately, is one wtieb 'comes to ii fro...

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