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RURAL CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
RURAL CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER./ Kitchen Garden.—If the season be milcli sow cucumbers and melons,, dwarf■.'■kidney, beans, the:seed for :a full, summer. crop rof tiu-nips, foil crops of. tlie different kindsKof' peas, celery, onions,1 leeks,: small sahitls, lettuces, and:: American or. land cress/: a.nd scarlet runners; ' plant out pumpkins, gourds, vegetable marrow, cabbages, gar lic, eschalots; and? for - medicinal -p^Vposes plant camomile.; : A crop of potatoes, may now be planted. Transplant • cabbages, garlic, eschalots, and cliives; Tliinning" and- weeding must now■..-.be carefully, per formed, particularly of carrots, parsnips, and onions 5 after .thinning.onions iplantiout those thinned .from thev.-bedv as -they ..'often become the best crops. Kidney beans and tender plantsshould* now; :be sheltered by sticking, boughs> of honeysuckle: over. them■ as the • leaves of honeysuckle do ■ not -idrop off *:&lt;:-Nww)y-amfaF)nii£iGardmi^(fontimie examining newly grafted tree...
COUNTY COURTS. 16 Vic., No. 11. An Act to make provision for the better administrution of justice, in County Courts in the Colony of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
v;..i.;-i-. CoUNTV COURTS. ' ---'Hf| 1G Vic.. No. 11. ' ' -I Act to make provision for the better udminis trution of justice, in. County Courts in the • Colony of Victoria. ' ■"Repealing Aets"G Vic.,- No. 15: 10,' see. ii.- and iii,: ] 1 Vie., TSTo. 35. See. 2.-Courts to be called County .Courts. Suits, &c., pending'in the Court of .Requests to be proceeded -with and determined under the pro visions of this Act. Sec. 3. Jurisdiction of Courts of Petty Sessions; excluded in certain cases. , Sees; 4-12. Relate to qualifications, duties,-&e.,: of Judges, Registrars,; Jiailiits. 1 Judge to be a barrister of three years standing in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or five ..years hi the Colony. • .. Sec. 13. No officer of such. Court to act as attorney or agent in such Court. See. 14. County Courts to be Courts of Record. Sec. 15. . Jurisdiction of the Court—actions not exceeding £50. Sec. 10-79. Relate to manner.'-of trial in certain cases, and other modes of legal procedu...
ORIGINAL POETRY DELNIE'S COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
yuiuawjaaratggiiiagwittaiJigTii.giMfi'*"*"'! * ORIGINAL POETRY DELNIE'S COTTAGE.*, O Delnie s cottage who hatlv built thoe,' J With thy row of windows three, Prom the sober wall's of grey, ' ' Peeping forth to catch the day ? From the window of the parlour, ,Not always in the nicest, order, ;* ; ;■■■■■■■, ' Spring up bonme little flowers, v Watered by sweet vernaL showers. : , ; Trom the drawing-room 'windows seen,' • • A grass plot of a shining green, :1 On '.which, I oft,, at the close of• day,'1 Have .spent many 'happy hours of play. Another garden still remains, Situate in the back domains, , Sacred to the growth of trees, , Gooseberries, tatties,.greens, and peas. And now, fair strangeiy come Avith me, .-i And the interior you shall see ; There's .the'scrnpor, 'scrape your shoes, . , Or else a;scolding you'll not loose. ,On-the. left hand lies-the parlour, i" ', ■i Into,which we first will enter, - AiuVnow admire my grand old piano, > vThe sideboard, tables, chairs, and sofa...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
CO-MMERGrAL r^TELLrGENCE. • Customs' ■■Hbvexijh ok Pout Auikkt.—'flic . Customs' revenue of this -port for the.quarter en-.. f-Ji September, h, iib lb) low»:— £ s. (I. y,.67fi gallons :3*11 ilo. ... J, 4(30 do. Ulwjr,,;-,!) do. ;.!inls, irrPilo. ' jam! Porter, 870'do;, uceo, 79+ lbs. ' do.... 80 do. • ',.88 uwt.!:.,. - Tota.J Dntii Tonnagedues Total Customs' Revon no 10-18 .-17 1 I Pilotage, duo to the Pilot Hoard 210 0 0 Passenger rate, due to the Immigra tion .Board ... ... 12,7 G These figures, however, uve.no indication ofitlio; actual-quantity of each article imported' into: Gipps' .Land, as; a large amount arrives by steam from Melbourne^ the duty on which is paid-pre vious to shipment. . We have been luruislied,'in answer, to .enquiries ,ut the Custom House, with the following estimate, which, as no official ac count is kept'of goods imported coastwiso, must be merely an approximation. iMPOim Coastwise, for tub Quauthii ending Si:i"tkmbui: 30TI1. Spirits, 1,104 gallons Wine, ...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
VAN ,DIEMBN'S LAND." We have received Tasmania papers.to-tliQ. 27th , September. They are chiefly'.occupied.'with : the:contest be tween •••the Legislative 'Council: anil . the Govern ment, and contain: very littlo; besides, ot'-general interest. . Dr. Grooke, of ITobart: Town had urged upon the Colonial Secretary; the-importance ot'ru 'com plete and scientific explanation of the GoldPiolds of the Colony,, to bp undertaken by the. Govern ment; a sufficient .sum ; for: the purposo to be placed on the estimates,: and Mr.; Selwyn, the ..geologist ofy.Victoria,Y to be: communicated with for tho purposo of securing a thoroughly suitable person to conduct the undertaking. The proposition had .been received favorably by tho Colonial'Secretary. ' ■ Hobakt Towx Markets. ; September 24th. • The market has been very badly supplied this week with fat stock, the supply not meeting above a quarter of - the domsiud. i^ai wethers.sold at 20s Gd to 27s; : inferior ditto 22s Odj'ewes, 21s ad. Beef, j...
COURTS OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
COURTS OP GENERAL- SESSIONS ' AND COUNTY COURTS. The Governor havingy by Proclamation, appointed Courts of General Sessions ancl County Courts, for : the. district of Gipps Land to be held in .. November next, we give an abstract of the Acts relating-thereto. Couhts oj?:JGenekal Sessions. 1G Vic'.,'No. 3. An Act to make provision for the better Administra tion of Justice, in the Courts of General \ Sessions in the Colony of Victoria. After repealing, a number of Acts enacts Sec. 2. . That, Courts of General Sessions should, be established: at, /Melbourne and Gtfielong, and such oilier places as the Lieutenant-Governor should appoint.. The Lieutenant Governor to appoint by proclamation the places or districts and times at which such Courts should beholden, and alter them as he may think fit. Sec. 3. Lieutenant Governor to have power to ; appoint a. Chairman to preside; over such Court, dunning qualifications of Chairman, such Chair-, man to be by virtue of his oilice a Justice of the...
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
LATE ENGLISH •' NEWS. ; The Champion of the Sons 'anchoredJn Hobson's Bay on Wednesday 2Gthailt.; bringing- tlie July Mails and European "news to the 5th July. a The most important items of. intelligence from the Crimea, are, the deatli, from jlys entery,' ofJLord Rag-Ian,' and -a: seriou'p1 de feat sustained by the: allied armies, tin an • attack upon the Redan' and Ma/akoff towers, on the anniversary of 'the 'battle of Waterloo, tlie very day on which . people at home: were calculating", that a g'rept and it was hoped a successful and imar. effort would be made tp posses Sevastopol. 1/ie Allies were howeyer proceeding vitHjtVar approaclies against the enemy's work'4-Wl erecting-new'batteries to be armed w^tU, • lieavy'.gains.'. .jflj , , ■> Tlie commani'l'of the English'Amrv liacK devolved upon Ginoial Simpson; an officer; who lias.seeir considerable service, and .who' enjoys a high ..professional reputation. ,, We regret,,itliat"oiir very limited space1 forbids outgiving more ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
Land Salk.—-We would direct the atten of our readers, to tlie. sftle of Grown Lands; to be offered at the Police Office,Alberton, on Tuesday! and Wednesday the : 9tli and 10th instant.' [For •.description, see Ad vertisement.] . ffegT'-l'/ie Editor will feel obliged by an exchange paper being forwarded to him in reivrn J'or a copy of the Guardian. Subscribers will confer a favor, by -forwarding'their' Subscriptions,- as the outlay, consequent -on.-- the-'. • • . commencement of i a Newspaper, renders this important. ' ' '
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
SHIPPING ' INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED: (POUT i ALBKHT): Septembei 23—Glenpoe, baiquc, 160 tons/ T.Lang from.Hobart Town, wit Ir four steerage, pa&scn»eis /'- , , Octobei 2.—ITelen^S. Page, barque? 225 tons, Cap Spiing, fiom Hobart Town. Passengeis— cabin; Mr. and Mrs/ King, Mrs. Mc Nish, Mrs: McDqtigal, Master Pishci, Steerage, none Octobei 2—Micquaue, bugantine, 130 tons, Capt JDodd, fi om Hobart Toun, nopissengeis "'^!October 3.—Storm Bird, i.'A^sjN. Go's/iSteamer, ,. - 7S tons; P. Patterson; from:.-Melbourne.. »Passen-, | ■jrers—cabinj.Messrs. Harvey and Arthur King; .steerage, eleven. ' / /clj:aiied out, / -Septemberj' 28.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, | B. White, for Hobart Town." TsVpassengers. .September 28. Mary Ann, bugantine, 110 tons, G. Graves, for Hobart Town. ' No passengers. / IMPOR'JS • | September 28.—Qlencoe, from Ilobart .Town; 200 bags Hour, 2lj3-ba'ftonVrOOO palings, 8000 ft. „ 1 o u'ds/ 10,000 shingles 1 case n onmoiigPry, 1 j 1 ciiso^ pictures, 22 l/iigfc sa...
THE SERT MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE SERF MARRIAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From Chambers's Journal.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A group of girls were collected round &nbsp; the door of an isba, or log-hut, in the vil- lage of Gorky, belonging to General &nbsp; Petrovioff. They were all dressed in the &nbsp; national costume of the government of [?]ula, consisting of a long white gown, over which they wore a plain worsted tunic, short and narrow, while a low bodice, with narrow shoulder straps, confined a loose puffed white muslin chemise. Their hair was combed off the face in one long plait, from which hung a profusion of ribbons of all colours down their backs; a quantity &nbsp; of bright-coloured glass-beads hung on &nbsp; [?] side of their faces, and round their [?] these formed the more ornamental [?] of their dress, which was otherwise completed by a very t...
OUR RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
OUR RESOURCES. In entering upon the consideration of this question it is not our intention at this &nbsp; &nbsp; juncture to go into any lengthened detail, for, we shall find ample opportunities of treating of the matter, from time to time. We shall now content ourselves with singling out one article, of commerce pos- sessed by us in abundance.—And that article is Timber. Government Returns of our imports, would suppose that we had no forests of useful timber in the country ; that the cattle ves- &nbsp; sels, from Hobart Town, bringing sawn &nbsp; hardwood to these shores, brought it to a &nbsp; country destitute, of timber trees, or if pos- sessed at all, whether in small quantities or &nbsp; in superabundance, that its distance from the seat of colonissation was so great as to &nbsp; render any attempt at supplying the in- habitants with it, a sheer impossibility, But in coming to a conclusion of this &nbsp; sort he w...
Gipps Land Guardian. Port Albert, Friday, 5th October, 1855. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
Gipps Land Guardian Port Albert, Friday, 5th October, 1855. TO OUR READERS. With what pleasurable feelings does the &nbsp; lover of all that is beautiful and true gaze on the first bright smiling beams of the ruler of the day, watching with an intensity of delight the progressive changes which take place, from the undefined outline of immediately surrounding objects till those far removed are brought within his ken; as the glorious orb mounts up the moun- tains, hills, vallies, streams, and rippling brooks are revealed. The enlivening change is quickly responded to by those transient but splendid jems—the floral world—in &nbsp; their opening petals, by the sweet songsters of the grove in their harmonious warblings, by man in resuming his appointed vocation, alike by every form of existence as nature, reason, or instinct impels it. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Large portions of Australia which a few years ago were covered with dense forests and inhabit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. COLLECTION ON SABBATH-DAY. THE Members of the Port Albert Con gregation will bear in mind that there will be a Collection after Service on Sabbath next; (the 7th instant,) to defray the re maining* expense on the present seats, and to. provide additional ones. 10. MISCELLANEOUS. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. AN adjourned public meeting of the &nbsp; inhabitants of the Police District of Alberton, will he held at the Police Office, Tarraville, on Thursday 18th October, at Twelve o'clock, to take into consideration the propriety of establishing a Road Board for the District. G. D. HEDLEY, 20-2 Chairman. REEVE'S SPECIAL SURVEY. "jVTOTTCE is hereby given that all persons 4-" falling timber on this; Survey will; be prosecuted. 'Dead timber lying on the ground may be removed. 21. J. J. HART. : Grocer, Baker, and Provision Dealer. TTAS a general assortment of useful and ornamental articles on sale. Country produce -purchased or taken in GXCllflTl0'G. "'*v" '• • 19-06 ° Port A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 October 1855
ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PRINTING. Every Description ef Letter Press Printing INCl.UDI.S'O POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, X,C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE ©IF TFJHUS PAIPHIB. TO AOVERTISKRS. * DVKRT18KM I2NTS not exceeding 10 words' w ill lie charged Is. . „ I JO words and under 20 - - - - 2s. ■ , I 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2s,. Gd. I 30 „ „ -JO - - - - 3-. 6d. : > Advertisements exceeding JO words will he charged as follow s:-- ■" i 1 inch ------- 4s. Gd. 2 - Ss. 3 6d And 2s.-will lie charged for every.additional inch foi each insritinii. i A (lijcounlof' 10 per cent, will he'allowcd on ad vert Yemenis inserted: for -three months, and 25 per i cent, for any fiirllier period. . i Advertisements -will he;continued, utitil counter- ! tnnnded, unless otherwise "specified in I lie order; and -.no.Advertisements ran -he withdrawn after noon on Wenne|.da\1-. No vim I)!iI iinlnieiioi). c:in he attended to. AH.' Any CltTlbCM EN...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MINUTES OF A PUBLIC MEETING HELD AT THB ROYAL HOTEL, TARRAVILLE, 6th Oct. 1855. G. D. Hedley in the chair. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 October 1855
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.' MINUTES OF A PUBLIC MEETING HELD AT TIIB llOYAL HoTllL, Taiirayille/ fitli. Oct. 1855. (t. D. HeclleV iri the chair. A Petition, ; tp' His Excellency* the Groy-^ ernor shewing tliat considerable incon-1 venience :;was likely to arise from the' selection of Alherton as the place for » holding Quarter Sessions for the district, and: praying for enquiry as to the most convenient place, having- been read, It was proposed by Wm. Howden, Esqij seconded by John Wilkinson, Esq., that the Petition, now read, be adopted by this meeting1. Carried unanimously. •' ' •' G. D. HEDLEY, Chairman.' The petition was then signed by 63 persons present and a subscription was entered into for the purpose of sending- the petition for signature to those residents in the district who were not present.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 October 1855
sources, tliat no reasonable clonbt can be entertained that they record literal facts ; and it is even suspected that the frequent interruptions which the telegraph connec ting- Southern Russia with Western Em-ope now experiences take . place on her soil, The revulsion of feeling- in Eng-Iand and in Prance at the conduct of Austria is now complete, and most people would be de lighted to learn that the motley nationali ties which she holds in iron fetters had risen and seized the present opportunity for asserting- their independence. Lord Lynd liurst's mode of handling- the subject of Austrian perfidy, this week, in the upper chamber, showed that his intellect and analytical powers have suffered no diminu tion, The reduction in the Austrian army appears to be so great as to be almost in credible—145,000 men and 30,000 horses. LATEST PROM SEBASTOPOL. (Prom the Home News, July 10th.) "The Crimea.—Despatches have been n/ceived of the dates of the 6tli and 7th inst. They contain no intel...