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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 October 1876

POUT OF IIELFAST. Oct.17 -ob IRoy, str~ Portland. Nil, A~D SPOUT PIIJLLIP HEADS. * - u AZZXVZO. V Oet. 16 -Otago. stit, New Zealand. S17-emcrwo'Uh, ti.. Sydoej. Oct 16.-S-.utbern Cror, ntr., Hbabrtonn. City of Adelride. irt.. Sydney. 17-Cbisrlotle, ecui.,. Wster Part. SPECLAL ADVIRTISMENIS1TS For the February Sales. S RS. GREEN rIk-" B?R LONDOS DIEPT. To be de=spehed froa Sandridge Bailwaj WEDNESDAY, 15th OCTOBER, The maeiken t pasenmr ship S H A N N O N, (Wood). AI at Lloyd's 13CO tons V. R. C. STACPOOLE. Coemander. T-he SALOON CABINS are g eafly s-aie for families, sad fitted wiah aea? - -- .t.. _.._e..IIy rvoomy. weil lighted, and thnoarhly -..quad LADIES and GE.TLEME.'S BATH ROO MS. A mileb cow is scarried SECOND and THIRD-CLASS PASSEN GEYS are takes. Passage rtenjy, £16 and upwards. A liberal dtsaount aLowed to fuiRce. Retorn tickets issued. A reduction made to pasengers from adj?inig colonies. ta?h ship is accompanied by a sargeom . For freight or passage, crulas, plans. de.. ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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FIRE IN COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 October 1876

FIRE IN COLLINGWOOD.     Early on Monday, Oct. 9, a fire occurred in Smith-street, Collingwood, upon the pre     mises of Mr. J. Crone, watchmaker, adjoin ing the post office. when the flames were         discovered the shops on either side, in the     occupation of Mrs. Ann Lloyd, bootmaker,     and Mr. J . Mirams, bookseller respectively       had ignited, and the fire was rapidly gaining     ground. The Collingwood City and Colling-           wood Fire Brigades were quickly on the           scene, and soon succeeded in extinguishing             the flames. Th...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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GATELY COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 October 1876

GATELY COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At the Prahran Police Court yesterday   before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Crewe, Dixon, and Harris, the hangman Mchael Gately was charged with violently assaulting James Walsh a carter employed at the Botanic-gardens. Prosecutor stated that between 8 and 9 o'clock on the morning of the 3rd he was with his horse and dray at the back of the Immigrants' House. As he was putting up the rail of the slip-panel of the fence he saw Gately and two women, one of whom approached and asked him for some tobacco, which he refused to give her. Gately thereupon   ran up apparently in a friendly manner, and saying "Never mind, he's a country- man of mine," picked up a rail, and seizing it with both hands made a blow at Walsh's head. In endeavouring to ward it off with his arm Walsh received the full force of the stroke upon it, and fell down. As he was raising himself, Gately caught hold of him and bit the lower part of his cheek. The horse had by ...

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VOYAGE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC IN A SMALL BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

VOYAGE. ACROSS THE ATLAN* TIC IN A SMALL DBAT. The boat Centennial arrived at Liverponl, pn 21st August, after a voynge' surosa tile .tliltlc. It was sailed by a man .named Alfrel Johnsen, a ])nne, anil left Q:ouceater, Zlosnachuetlts, on tile 18th June.; Jnohnse I. In good iealeih,.but suffers from want of altep, and hli le?s a'ce stit and wiuk owing to fte confinemt.nt of the royaift' ( tIle Ia a smart, intelligent la.n a of l.ahntt'?t ]ears t ate. On srriing ant eow lrlplitbln -l wils ihirerrd hy tihe.poas'biwrr n a erry nloant. ig didf not land at tile lantdorite talage, wherett milanler of peoplie had, nsemlnbled to ineit him, Int salled tp .tl\q,river, a.l waits ltlmatlely tnrt by the profpti;.r, pl thie Ick.k.Frry. H?otel, with wlhat h.* aLrraad to exhlhlt. Ilas host in the ortnllnls . 'lTe Centennalll wats toen?eitngly.tPken tip, and will Ibe ttawl It tie polltliu tohay. It I? a boat of'.tho ?dnd known in Amttertl an n dnry, loft. long, nrtialliy fit-.hll,'lted. no l?tiirn a...

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RAILWAY HIGHWAYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

RAILWAY HIGIWAYMEN. The enterprising spirits of the Western States of the American, Union have re vived highway" ibbery ill a form that throws into the shaade the hnoldest f.ats o'f such comparatively tame professors of the craft as Dick Torpin and Claude Dnvwl...The highwaymen there lay hreir-plans for the capture of shole rail way train', reduce to abject terror the hundreds of passenges conveyed in them. and then coolly and leisurely carry off thousands of pounds' worth of spoil. The Chicago Times reports an occurrence of this kind on the Missouri Pacific Railway.. which for audacity and skill avould not easily be matched even in the "nnalse of military maranding. The train was bound for St. Louis,. and was plnveying thither about .£8,000 worth of specie. At a place called Sedalia there was farther transferred to it other valuo ahlese1.which at the lowest estimate ord paid to have been worth nearly another £1,000: . The train left Sedlalia a little after nine in the evening, aiid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

- - Portlantd MecliauIes' Institute. I hereby coIvouo a poaiat general meeting of subucribors to be holdon in the RIeading IRolm, oia \adnuesday the With iustant at 8 o'clock p.m. By order of the Committee, FlIANUIS F. IV\'ETT, Sec. & Treoaurer. Out. 18, 1870. TO THE INIIAII'FANTS OF PORTLAND. r `lltE MONS I'lslt CIOTIING COM[ I PANY. , 1, liunaate.rn?er EliRT, ~r.tounast?, have t i lor tottwn, iA? their reprereutativi,, Mlt. II. Oalt KS, who will ehlow palttei uof ol tlteir Sual?ner 'T'weood, and ton ie irnsiIroe; hi will be at elao'c lintel for two lays, eomnlonuing on FRIUDAY, 20th inlt, Mr. enl?rlt will visit lparies who cannollllo Itll, and bring hle esamples by uLddirosing him at theo hotel. Large assortment of1' boys suits. "Gfo . u loto ii the world and , o t r Wrsorpe to ver) crd ur. -Muk, 10-16. E-.1 5 17r6't PTRTLAND AND DISTRIOT THE RIGHT REV. TE BIS4HOP OF' BALLAARAT WILL,' DV; KEEP' THE FV'-LLOWiNGQ ENGAGEMENTS : Th. Oct. !O-Cbccch Misslon RStato, V 02.00: Fri....

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

MISCOELLAOEOUS. The long-fought batted of the Bulsaro i ForesC Las ended (remarkeaithe BalAramt ('ouriertr On thile 13t Inst. Messrs. Crowiey and Flzpritrick received an intimation frotl. the Lands Office that the arbitrators In the dispute had dlcidd ln their. favour, and tllhat the lion. Mr. i(tlles had sonffired theIr award. The boundary line. fixed is nearly the sameas that laid down by her. Oapnman, the omcrer in charge of the state forest, the only difference being that it glLes Messrs. Crowloy and-Fiti?satiek is greater extent 6'1 c.untry to the north, the end of the beendl try line termilnating at the range known an, the Bald-hill. The planting of trees in the atreeth of citios says the London correspondent of the Leek Times, is one of those tastefull arrangements in Iwhlio the F"rench have' long excelled. Contrest a Parisian boule vard with any of the main streets of London-IHolborn or tlh Strand for instance, and the advantage in appearance is immeasurably on the side of t...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

]ORT P ILL P: [EAIqS; AMRIV E D ..1. (fat 20--Lppert~sch.; Purlilnb.: 4& w bgiin, uaxae nlplawn. Q(ct 29-Arylestr. CiraflairTsai Weantwarthl, str. S?-dney... $s uiji, lp. Newcastee CIaisq, str., Sydzey. Omeostr., Ad9Jide. - Yivid,'bydne.. }ýiji.

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT WILSON'S HIPPODRONE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT WILSON'S HIPPODROMIE. Dr. Youl, the city coroner, held an in nest on Saturday, at:the fMolhnlrno Ilosplt , on the body of George Iliackburn, the j ehoy who died from the cffects of an niecidlit he met with on the previous Wivlnoedly elle performinlie oni liorsewl?ik at tlhe circls. Still. Inspeluor .llifuoel utltndld on behalf f the police. ' John Dlaleburn grioom, St. lildl, del tsed. -Thedecenerd was yin son. lie win 23ynar of ago no I utnntiarrie. . Ile hla I on ldilng at i?tl'o?.·d C reas, Illti?'{,i there ollev three or folr lace. 11 Was Ili gli ridl. ito ever drank, alli wi , noi tllijaet to llii. S.ulnnl O. KlInll ,v, equestrhit, wa d,-I anl tile ellieeirit llInillager of WV leon' Circu. The deaucsed w.ie eilngll ed rtih tilre f. ir diiey prevlilln to thelo lim . t)n lait WiY.lol tIti i' ltrnoon, ltO i11 Ilint., lie wie ieimplolveld o ri lei Jiithlie rlce. Ii'iv etartid lot Lthe tint lid hi, fo ir' for the rind, ndii two i I Iiea I iat. The elto?cne r1il...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

COMMEROIAL. P'O, QTL4ND MAUKl ETS, (iardiw, Ofice, October. 2O. 187. Th. retail pzie of .o. 1erl 6,±1 6per La our qJuotaions to-= WhA L9 ºiE PBICFA. - Flour £12 10s WhoMt, 6 [ to ls 8( per bolho OatsBe 34to 37e&6do Barleys 6- - Bran, ia 34 1ullard, In Gd do Butter 1. 2d tolaSd3lt 11 EM . IN dozen Lhesao (Colonll) 9d1 to &1 per lb: RTAIL PacrCe Flour, 273 pcr bag cuah. Barleyt 4 ,r buotbe4 heaNt, 6+. 'do Onto, 4lto *e64 Brm. I Gd - Pollard, ls6tolIs 9 Butter is 4ct lo, s 64lh¶ Eggs, In dos. llrcoul 74 per 44b loaf Mimmoa Brkrl. Llpor ton o ;

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EXECUTIONS AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

EXECUTIONS AT LIVERPOOL. On Monday morning'Anugut l4t~ at eight o''loclk, William Fsleh, 25, tile barter from Blankburn, was executed at Kirkdl( Prison, near Lvrerp:ol, for thie n'lrder of pho little girl li?nily Holland, In Mirth laat : T'here was tlso executed at the same time a young man namcd Richard Thompsoa., wlho fatally stabled a min in Coronation satict, Liver pool, in April. Marwood was tnoe execu tloner, and ie used tei samie length of rope as at other recent exetentions. Flah and Tholnmpon attelnded service on Sunday In the prison chapel, and aDpeaied serious and lttenttve to a disconrse preaclhe'I from tile text, ' Father, forgivee rle," Luke xxiii, 24. In the alftrnoon the litanyfor tihe dying was uiled, and hymns uppropriate to the eonditlbn of the two men sun?'. Titnupson was very folld, ivhen by himself, of silglng the hymn,' S ife in the acrm of Jesue" At an early hour;on Monday morrning clusters of people bogan to collect cn the vacant grnound near tile prison, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

f.5137 t~uib ~LleasoD At fEle~. sti, Rotiert~ Bruce, JIlsina light bay Iiaraa, zpri ~ta~a Ijii'inrtw4 Sir UuIeatlir !uca, azcl lila ciibi\ l6 ;al.roa are stntolutj E~ver aaowl4 lie oaraooisp~d without ~n. t"oa AO. liii purily, rrtlaarkuhle efllviauy II: R"ii!ld asi dillsaotIvo iukics' or fkroauladtyl onII Jp1 ~l I i~ qn.I Vrrt.lnly wilil wl~itli RIIIIR'1· *Igc~r ,Iii IlI rtreiilullrliii Ito irniIaII.. Iniri'l( tvLY· UI)!( LIy li hi hIhl Or1 a,11 fhiai.I~v lit ljl,,i~on b~y Il~r medal~l pn(ur~oqa~t a.nairmnsoi st Ir¶',,gzllhlala ar~I ~Rg~tLiiii theo Ouchl turn·(1 janIly Efll( Iae UIahK1rJlI W'ot.,a'a ScijSIntiA AIWjIMAIIC 8C)IHAVP L heF rraurutd Sot (heudIlagll Llunle and eurreall~e SPEOIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. For the February Sales.: EISSRS. OREEN'S Black. .L wall Line of l'asenger shi R LONDON DIRECT. Tu ,te despatched fromr Sandridge Railway Pier on SATURDAY. 21st OCTOBER, T' he magnificent passenger ship SHA N N ON, (\VWood). Al at Lloyds 1300 tons. Y. R . cS.rAUPOULE, Commandor. STh...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. THE DARTMOOR BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

wrras wanon its IOItaronATeo rTe .' " roariDo.soralnss." To Protect oer ?R4A?r-JVot Jinfringe upone tLoe of Others. FRIDAY, ObTOBD$R ,o. rTHiE DARTH['R BRIDGE. A CORRSPu'NDE,?r in another column gives a graphic description of the recel,; crossing of three drays with r'.'lway sleepers from the Ascot Heath saw mill over the Dartmoor bridge ; and from the dangerons character of the undertaking, it will be seen that some steps should at once be taken either to provide a new bridge or to make the present apology for one more secure. Our correspondent says " that during the course of the present summer 1000 tons of railway sleepers will have to cross the bridge;" and I should any accident happen, involving the loss of life or property, there can be no doubt that the Couneil may, as in a recent case, be subjected to heavy damages. Our correspondent suggests that this is a case for the ratepavers, i seeing that the Council hcs failed to make any provision for the security of t the bridge, a...

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PUBLIC RESERVES, [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

PUBLIC BE5WrEV M ToE tenure under ;hibh Ploblia re servos are held is of the most insecure obaranter aimnply tt'pernission to ooaupy of the iMnientp of the Lands 1Jdpartment for the tltea being when the applicatiou is. soide, Nor is it matter of woider that from tino to tlie we heat of oe?itip reserves made over to publio bodies being pot up to auction, whloen i s isoonsidered that publio badlos as a rul* take no steps to improve and' apply reserves of publio lands to the purposes fuor whilch slobh lands weregrlntod. Thio reserves in Portland ate oanes in point. The Borough Counoll has from' timle to time obtained grants of reserves, for publio purposs,: bet only in the oaae of the BotaLtbat Gardens has any steps been takes toI improve the reserves in the tiereste of the rate. payers, and recently it was ly after a hard struggle and some ck stairs influence brought to bear on he Lands Department that a crown g et for the whole reserve could be sect ed in the interests of the Borough...

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PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

POUT O$WA1 RNAMtB0 t.: .7 i NIL

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

PORT OF H LF4St' Nil. Nil. ______ _ t "

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RIVAL RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

RIVAL RAILVWA .Y '/The man who picks up " trayjottings"' br the Coleraide Albion writes thus ; "I was a little amnaed last weekL witl tertrin portions of an article thatappeardd lo the great ieading j-,urnal rtf thirm erio p lis on the question of -railways to the Western district. ,Whatever t ray .hive been is opinions a few years back, it now believes in the route fromn Warrnambool via lHamiltorn to C.isterton. On reflection I do not think this is strange, for is no Warrnambool represented by the Premier and lamnilton by the'Uhiet Secretary I and Is not .the l rgu the GO vernment organ I It is quite naturali therefore, to my mind that our great Ibroadsheeo should: write up this route. 'Nor do I find fault with it for eo doinrg.. It has a perfect right to give vest to its opinious oenthis question,uas well as on the Cape route to Englandd.' But I 'sid I wase amursed with portione. of its railsay artiole, Well, here is oie'stteamont that reads more like unadulteraten bunltim than eo...

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THE DEACON AND HIS CALF [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

THE ,DEACOK AND HIS CALF 'Ldin Snndsy just; ns onne of the straightest delono was geotting ready to shake the lines over his horse.' hacks and say "go dap," his wife happened to rcaemberic..'that the calf hadn't been feil. ,.Thedeacon looked at his Sunday clotheas and observed that he did sot deem it incumbent upon him to sIieri for the inegligence of others; to whliCl tho deaconoeC replied that such' l?ngnnge in the presence of the chidlhen, on a Sunday morniing, and froint a pillar of the churchl, was eciinghi to shake onie's belief in the profession!. that had been nadoe by some one she could namo. '[li deacon handnil tho lines to his, oldest boy andl clished over the wheel without. esying e word., ?o went around to the front door and took tho front door key from under the mat, caeno nronlid to, the. bnck' door, and as e was tryingtoput t t' tio'e 'key 'in the hole the key. slipped from his hand indl slid down into the snow. 'Firnhljyhe got inlto thoekitchen and started for the •...

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HEYWOOD POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

K: ' EYWOOD PO]OLICE COURT. S T;ousoiA, OcT:. ll, 1876. Before J. L. Archer, Esq., J.P., and H. E. Brewer, Eoq., J.P. Police v. Dixon;:-The prisoner was oltjrged with being drlunk and disorderly. 'iCnetalble (Jnhill proved tint last night hib heard a noise ontoide his plce, and hI found defendant inoipible of going Ihome lie ebeilng under the influence of lii oreayd, therefore, looked him up. 1?The prisoner staled thllt lie was not dritnik, but tunder the inflluence of eomenom Wlii.,m. ie went home the. prev.idis venuing aild. nuodreeoed; lhe remembered mthing unitil he fo!id lha?ielf in the lock. up; he hodnoily haJ three gleesse. Conltable Irvine"etited that tlhe defen out was very noisy--howling end kicking '-and thet lie ihad to take off lhi boose. .Thlle Benchl fined the defendant fin., or, Is default, 24 ihours.

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CASTLEMAINE. October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 20 October 1876

CISTLEMAl R. (ritOYOuoa owN O0aaxatOs DMir.) October Il. A public mctieig under Ithe auspie of the Free Tade League was heold at the Mechantlc' ;stituto on rlday evening last. - The clhair wa occupld, by tire Mayor, who introduced Mr. Colin Campbell, 1.L.A., one of the )riginat rs of the movement in Melbourne. The speaker was listened to throughout his address, but his arguments in favour of free trade were neither good, nor his comlusiols satisfactory to his audience. Ills ilconsitencies were palpables for instana. while advocating a free exchange In all commodities he would place a tax on tea and sular, a fatal error, as Ie lmoust know that the working cla?ses are largo consumers of the a cup that cheers but not Inebriates," and although the celestial leaf was looked on as a luxury by.our grandmothers, It is now considered an absolute necessaty. Mr. Campbell's statement tLat the high rate imposed on nachinery Is the cause of of our. abandoned rests, was simply a piece of stupidity...

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