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MONTHLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

" monthly calender. 2nd Month.] FEBRUARY. [XXVIII Pats. v PHASES "OF the moon. First Qr.v.....Monday, 2 at 6- 0 a.m. Full Moon.'.V.Monday, 9 „ 9-23 a.m. Last Qr.. Tuesday^ 17 „ 12-0 noon. New. Moon'..;Tuesday,'24 „ 9'38 p.m. Apogee, 15 d. lOh. a.m. Perigee, 27 d. 4 h., a,m. s M To W Th F S S M Tu .W Tu F Si S M Tu W Th F S . 3' M" Tu W Th F S Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. /■ Purification of B. V. Mary. Pilot Boat sta. outside P. P. Heads, 1853. Swan River discovered, 1697. • ' [1841. Black Thurs., 1851. First Res. Judge ap., Sei'tdaoesima Sunday. [Vic , 1852. Q.-Vic. mar. 1840. First Crira. Sessions, Supreme Court. Great Storm, at Melbourne, 1846. - Gold'discJ'N.S.W., by. Ilargreaves, 1851. Cupti'Cook' killed, 1799. ■•■■■■;* : i St. Valentines Day. ' ■I,t; ffU rii'-.y'd-iTt 1 ■ ■ Govt, of V. D. IS. founded;. 1804; Earthquake'at Sydney, 1800. Martin 'Luther died,' 1546. Rebellion in Irel-nd, 1798. Cranmer burned, 1556. ,< Quinquagesima. Shrove Sunday. St. -Matthias. Louis ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 13TH JANUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 13th January, 1857. The President took the Chair at three o'clock. The President gave his opinion that it was competent for any Member of Council to call for returns relating to the expenditure of the public money. Mr. Hervey moved that a select committee he appointed to consider the inexpediency of having1 subjected to an annual vote of the Assembly the salaries of any of the officers connected with the Legislative Council, but after a short discussion the motion was lost. OPENING THE COUNCIL WITH PRAYER. Mr. Fawkner moved that a committee be appointed to prepare a form of prayer to be used at the opening of the Council. Mr. Gutiiridge seconded the motion, and Mr. Hood, Mr. Hervey, and others' opposed it, but it was carried, on a division by a majority of.three. Mr. Hodgson moved for a committee to prepare an address to Major-General Macanhur, expressive of the high sense of the House at the manner in which that officer had managed the affairs of th...

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THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

THE'TRAVELLER'S GUIDE A table shewing the' time of' the Moon's rising' and setting at Port Albert during\x=req-\ the month of February, 1857 j the- same •will apply-to the whole of Gipps Land to within two or three,minutes.' " - : DAY . OF WEEK. DAY; ! OF . MO. MOON KIBES. ' II. M. ' MOON SETS.' II. M. : £.mt 1 12 '10 P.M. -10 32 r.M. Mon . . 2 1 23' 11 3 Tues' -3\x=req-\ •2 38 ' 11 44 Wed 3 58 . Morn Thur :s 4',55 0 34 a.m. Fri 6 ' 5 *50 ' 1 34 Sat • f7 G 34 2 40 ■ 5'8 7 10 31 50 ■ Mon V 9 7 *40 4 57 Tues 10 8 6' 6 4 Wed '11 ' 8 '29 7 9' Thui\x=req-\ 12 ■ 8 50 • 8 7 Fri 13 ' 9 ..11 • 9 6 Sat v 14 9 34 , 10 4 S-Utl 15 ' 9 59. 11. 1 Mon 16 10 ' 28 : 12 1 P.M. Tues .1-7 • 11 4 1 1 Wed 18 11 ' 45 "2 '-4 Thur .19. , Morn ' , , 3 2 , Fri' '20 ' 0 56 A.M. 3 57 Sat 21 1 ' 35 ' '.4 47 ?\x=req-\ jgmii 22 2 42 5 30 ■ Mon.\x=req-\ 23, 3 , 53 6 ' 9' Tues 24\ 5 5,. 6 38 Wed 6 18 , ■ ,7 7 Thur 26 "7 31 V 7 34 Fri 27 '■8 ' 45 8 54 Sat 28 ■ 9 58 10 8

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 30th January, 1857. BIRTHS DEATHS AND MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

ELantf #uar&tan, Friday, 30th January, 1857. BIRTHS DEATHS AND MARRIAGES, ■The Report of :the Registrar-General has just been issued. It. embraces the births, deaths, and marriages in the colony during the year: ending 30tli June, '1856; • - The ■results■ presented by the report- are very satisfactory,'.'shewing/ a gradual decrease in the mortality-among the population, and a steady: increase in ;the marriages. It appears, too, that more attention lias' been given to the important subject of registration during the!year. -i. . ' BIRTHS. .The registrations effected throughout the colony, wero :-r? ' • . Births 12,779 ' Deaths • • • • •■■ 5,760 in /.Marriages) .. 4,040 . The number or .ibirths over those of the previous ■yeor, amounts to 2,569. * ■ Of the 12,779 births,';- 6;48o were males, and •6,294 females, being in the' proportion of .103 males to every'100 females.' ^ Of" the binhs,-there was only'one case of -triplets, but:129xases were twins. ■ During1 ..the1 last three...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. SALE MORASS, GIPPS LAND. rnENDERS will be received until Eleven ;o'clock on Tuesday, 3rd February, proximo, for completing the erection of a bridge at Sale Morass, Gipps Land, accor\x=req-\ to plans and specifications to be seen at the Central Road Board Office, Little Bourke-street-west, or at the Itoad Engineer's Office, at Sale. Tenders to be upon the printed forms, obtainable at either office, endorsed, "Tender for bridge at Sale Morass," and forwarded, prepaid, to the President of the Central Roacj .Boardj Melbourne. The Board will not > necessarily.: accept the lowest, or any tender. ,. 114*8 VICTORIA SURVEY. nn.HE undersigned is prepared ,to 'receive i -®- offers from parties desirous of leas-' ing, for a,term, portions of the above 'survey. Applications to be in, writing1. ; - ; 83.0 . E. T. NEWTON. TO LET OR SELL A three-roomed slab, house, containing shop, bedroom, and kitchen with large overt. The house is that lately occupied by Richard'Davis. Apply to...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. i v By thevarrival of.the Joseph Tarrett on Monday last, English intelligence to the 14th November lias been received. ! If there had arisen anjr difference between France and Great Britain, it now appears by the Post, wlvch is said to be in the confidence of the Palmerston cabinet, that corJiality has been re-established, and that the allies are determined to insist upon the strict fulfilment of the terms of the treaty into which Russia and they have voluntarily entered. The Neapolitan envoys in London and Paris have been dismissed; and it is said that the Pope has made a strong , appeal to the religious feelings of the *, King of Naples5 which, it was generally i; believed ' at Rome would soon bring about an honorable compromise between Naples and the Western Powers. News from' Circassia to the 23rd of October states that. Sefer Pacha was encamped at Sasdjok with 25,000 men, and that the forts and fortalices were still in the hands of the mountaineers. It is s...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Church of England Service.—.At- ' Tangements were made by the Bishop of ] Melbourne, during his lute visit to this neighbourhood, for enabling the inhabitants of Port Albert to enjoy the privilege of i attending Divine Service on Sabbath morn- j >ing«, to be effected by means of lay assis- !; tanceevery Sunday in the month excepting one, on which occasion the Rev. \V\ Bean will do duty. ,We are pleased to find ' that the BishoD*before, he left met with a gentleman willing to undertake the; duty : consequently; the services 'will commence ' ,(d.v.): next .Sunday morning; in the iron store, at eleven o'clock. > ; ; , We perceive, by the Melbourne papers, that the , grand railway scheme of the ■Government is engaging the attention of j the^ress and public to a very considerable extent, and that (it is being subjected to all ;gprts of j animad vprsions. It was to have " been brought before the Legislative Assembly. on ^Tuesday last, where it is certain to under...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 6th February, 1857. WHITE SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

<^tpps CaittJ <&u£irtitan, Friday, 6th February, 1857. WHITE SLAVES. That slavery should be defended by slaveholders cannot surprise any thinking man, even in the middle of the nineteenth century; nor is it any thing1 beyond what might • reasonably be expected that those i who have been long accustomed to hold _tlfeir fellow-men in bondage should desire •the confirmation:or extension of their despotic rule; "These unhallowed desires may be, confidently believed to exist among those.who :haye;been degraded to the very »low 'level'in which they can be brought: to believe that" their fellow-men' are. their per\x=req-\ .sonahproperfiy.jyiloi^jwejiold that,the /men '.who camfengagef in .'slave-holding or.. , slave\x=req-\ trading-, are ^equally^if jnot more, degrade'd, . than...the,, slaves;- they, either „h'old ,• orYsell. Therefore, hve: have; never,sheen; surprised, at the. .tenacity witlr~which.: slave-holders in America.:ding' to tlieir "peculiar instit...

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FRIGHTFUL DEFALCATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

FRIGIITF UL D E F A L C A TIO N S. Serious and most.extensive xlefalcations have just been discovered in connection with the Great Northern Railway, frauds which throw the forgeries of Robson,! of the Crystal Palace,, completely into the shade- The registrar of shares and trail's- ' ,fer. of stock, Mr., Leopold Redpath, is the party implicated.' • He absconded to Paris, whither lie was immediately followed jby the officers of justice,, but having learned thfit they liad, received intimation of !liis whereabouts, Redpath returned to London, and concealed himself in the house of a; friend,, where he;wasvapprehended 011 the 14th November. He was brought up at the Glerken well police ofhee, arid remanded for a week. \ v v: • . ■ * Superintendent Loxton was sent down to Weybridge, under orders trom the Secretary of State, to take possession of a house and estate which' Redpath had in' that town. Here lie had lived in, a style, of? unsurpassed magnificence. :In » this mansion ten servants...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mr : K ing's . G ommittee.—We notified in our last issue that it was the intention of the gentlemen forming this Committee to pay us a visit preparatory to drawing upi their report that they might be better able to advise the Government as" to the advisability of purchasing a piece of ground for a public wharf. Oh Sunday evening last the Committee consisting of Hugli C.E. Childers Esq., Commissioner of Trade and Customs ; Captain Clarke, Surveyor General,; J. King, and J. Davis, Esqrs., accompanied by F. J. Palmer, Esq., President of the,Council, Dr.Murphy, the Speaker,of,,the. Assembly ; Captain Ross, J. B. Were, W. Routledge E Henty, S. Henty, A; Michie, G. Home, P. Turnbull, E. Slade, and J. Sorel Esqrs., arrived from Corner Inlet, (to which locality they had been conveyed by the Victoria steamer the previous day, in order also to make an inspection there). The whole of the following morning was spent by the Committee in fulfilling the object of their mission,...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

ENGLISH The Istamiboxil, the pioneer of the Australian Auxiliflry.CScr.<5>v;j Steam Clipper ' i Company, left Plymouth on the 16th November and arrived in Hobson's Bay on the 27th january. .The Istcimboul was to be followed by the' Indomitable on the 29tli December,.'and 'the King 'Pkitij) some time after. ' . , m The Russians had made another attempt ! ,, to land", oh. Serpents Island, but Captain Viinsittai-t, of H.M.S.' Alagicienne, wonld not allow the-party to come ashore. ■It is stated in" diplomatic circles that it' ' has been decided there is to be no new meeting of the Congress of Paris. The Commissioners of the five great Powers are to assemble at Constantinople and there ! settle all questions relating to the Principalities, Bolgrad, and the Isle of Serpents. Till these questions are arranged the Ans, trian troops will remain in the Principalities, arid, the English'fleet in the Black ,. Sea. ■■ ■' 1" Ait a rrieetirig >ri Sheffield, Mr. Hadfield, in addres...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

' > ''S&LE.<! lf!:'FFn6M(;0"UB OWN 'CORRESPONDENT.'].;; i. have really;'nothing'-to< report!; of wthis place 'during; the1 past1.-week/; J i We.'have been1 unusually; 'dull* and '.inactive.uLj The late heavy rains have much iriiprovedi the appearance of'the country ; and:!?I anKtokl that the-grass'is more'abundant this! year: than' has ■> been known for;'many:: seasons previously. t ' 'i • The Bishop .1 of-'Melboiirbe,: ;witH^Mrsl: Perry, arrived here'^'on": the', afternoon ' of' Wednesday last,-; on jhisavay,,to|Mewburn Park, .the residence of John Johnson, Esq. He is to preach to-morrow at Sale," and in the course of theservice to hold a confirmation. 1 I-have' heard; that, it 'is • his>Lord ship's .intention to prolong his' stay in this part of the district for a week or two and that-lie will preach again to-morrow week at Stratford. . ,:•< A very-pleasant„ company,assembled:at the Carriers'., Arms last Monday,'.to meet ■Messrs. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. t -■ -■ 'w ! 1 . , r"-^'A t-.-K)R SALE > n. p f mHE following Town and Country Lots at.Sale/Jr-^ "'Vi., •« A' ' town -lots. '' Section 14 allotment 14 • • •, " ^ , » u % ' J) ■ 9 ' » . ' ' ' » 9 W , country lots. ' ' ' Lot 112. 80a. Op. : On.' „ 115. 80a. Or. - Op. „ 117.' 63a. 3r. 33p. \)t 131. i.05a.. Or., Op'. / '1 '126. 125a. 0£ ' ;0p. v! . •„ Apply to A. L. PEARSON; " 119'0 Kilmaney Park. TO LEND • £1500 on good freehold security. TUiiNBULL & CO.; 120 '0 Port Albert. i£D. L.EESON, PRACTICAL'.WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, " JEWELLER, ETC., ' ' @ HS - 55-03 500 Couples of FowlslWanted;, PETER PASCOE is a purchaser of Poultry in any quantity. PETER PASCOE^" , Draper and Commission "Agent., . 69-0 ' i Port?Albert., J.-Jr HART, COMMISSION AND -FORWARDING AGENT, GENERAL' STORES. ' ! -PORT ALBERT. - 102-03 COTTAGE TO',LET. ; A substantially built 4-roomed --jbrick Cottage, "situated-in iReeve-street, Tarravillc, next d oor / to the post V office^ Apply toj Ma\;.BUJ...

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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CHINA. RUPTURE BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM . /i . CHINA. ' ■ , Uw RUPTURE BETWEEN' .THE. BRITISH , AND CHINESE.-. ; i ;.;(Cupture((ot' the/.Barrier - aiid-;• sa-meeu Forts, Bombardment,of Canton, and parti/il destruction;, of. .the,. Governor, General's palace. ; i By ..way, of Adelaide papers from Hong Kong to the lOtii of November, and intelligence, to the iltli'of the same month have been received.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE;" ' • • rpi-IE Port Albert ' Steam 1 J- Navigation t Company's.fine i *" new screw steamer STORM,' BIRD, J. B. Sydsei'fly Commander, will) sailfrom tlie Company's^Wharf \for-v above; Port every. Friday^ at 411 a.m . punctually.! Pares—Cabin jG^T-rSteerage '£2 5k. Wheat 9cl. and Oats 6d. per bushel, ,r' ' Potatoes 20s. per ton. w n/i .■■Freight'on-other thing's, £2=per ton. '■'' Goldy for shipment/' must 'be1 entered at the Customs before 10' o'clock A'.m.' oniday. of sailing. -:,J For 'Freighter Passage i apply^ to >" 1\x=req-\ ! ' !'WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 100*03 1 * Port, Albert,1 31st'Jan:y-1856. ■ Important • Sale of Household ; vFurniktre, Sf'o . $*<?, i TTAS received' instructions from JV. A* Moore, Esq., Collector, of-Customs, who is leaving :the district, to^sell ,ijy5pitb-. lie auction, ati his residence, Port. Albert," on Monday, 23rd February, and following' 'day, at eleven o'clock, jncnctually, the whole of. his valuable hou...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

. From Canton, Oct. 23, 1856. H.M. ships' Barracbiita and Samson captured the forts ill Macao Passage, and spiked the guns. H.M.S. Coromandel landed 60 marines to protect the Factories. The Sir Charles Forbes was detained to convey treasure to Hong Kong. Forts taken—Two in Macao Passage, three on the Slia-Ming, one on the Honan side. . H.M. steamer Hornet arrived at this place at 3 p.m., and having completed with provisions, shot, shell, &c., proceeded almost immediately to join the commander in-chief at Whampoa. The following is assigned as the cause of the rupture:—"On the morning of the 8th inst., the British lorcha Arrow, when lying among the shipping anchored before the city, was boarded without any previous reference being made to the British Consul by a large force of Chinese officers knd soldiers in uniform, who, in the face of the remonstrance of. the. master,, an English-, man, seized, bound,and carried away twelve; Chinese out of, her crew of fourteen, and liaulei...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

• SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ' ARRIVED (POUT ALBERT.) January 31.—Mariposa, 19U tons, w. Croucher, from Ilobart Town. Passenger, E. Dessailly. W. Croucher, agent. .January 31.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, from Ilobart Town. 3 steerage passengers. Turnbull and Co., ag-ents. February 2.—Helen S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. 'Turnbull and Co., agents. ■ .-February 2.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons/' G. Graves, from Hobart Town, in ballast., , Turnbull and Co., agents. CLEARED OUT. -^February 3.—Mariposa, schooner,. W.1 'Grbucheiy fov Hobart Town. , ' < • --''' February»3.—Glencoe, barque^TvLang,' for Hobart-Town. R ■ February 4.-—Mary: Ann,-..schooner,' t G.«, Graves^ for Ilobart Town. } r,I ' February 5,—II. S. 'Page, barque, T. Spring, lor Hobart Town, c • U, • > n1 f i ftMpntiTS. : / h i • -'''January 31.—Mariposa,.:from< Hobarfc v-Tciwn';;l>'horse,'3tons hayi'McKenzie&.Go. '-""January <31-;—Glericoe,'._from ; H...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 20TH JANUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 20th January, 1857. The President took the chair at three o'clock. A number of papers were presented and returns moved for, but the proceedings posses little interest. ' • " " ( Messrs. Aspinall, Duffy, and tlie Commissioner of Public Works brought up. the " Abolition of Property Qualification' Bill," iand the "Census Bill," .both jof which were ordered .to be printed, and the House adjourned. . - , ' ASSEMBLY,.20tii, January, .1857. After 'the Speaker had .taken ^the {chair, •the usual preliminary ;notices .of. motion, asking questions, and laying- returns on; the table were attendedto,>but; nothing, very important transpired.' railways. The Surveyor-General moved the resolu\x=req-\ »tions ■ of-which, lie:; hacL given .notice,^ and •. which, were published;.inour.issue' of, the. 23rd ult., relating' to .the construction! of: railways,in itlie, Colony. .. .The ..horii mem\x=req-\ : her 'insisted, up.on .the necessity ,of a system of raihvay commun...

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THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. . A table shewing .the- time of the Moon's rising1 and setting1 at Port Albert during1 the month oi February, 1857the same will apply to the whole of GippsLand.'to' within two or three minutes; : : , ■i : DAY of WEEK. day OP 310. MOON KISES. ' 11. .If. moon sets. 11. -SI. J&1UI 1 12 ' 10 P.M. • 10"' 32 p.st. ' Mon 2 1 23 ll'V .3 Tuos 3 2 38 , 11 .44 "Wed . 4 • 3 58 Morn Thur 5 4 55' ' 0 ' 34 a.m. m 6 5 50 1' 34 Sat > ' 7 G 34 2 40 Sun 8 7 10 3' 50 , Moil 9 7 40 4 57' .Tues 10 8 6 6 4' Wed ,11 8 29 - 7 9 Thur 12 8 50 ,8 7 - m 13 .,9 11 9 6 Sat 1'4 9 34 "10 4 Sun ,15 9 59 ,11 .1 Mon ' 16 10 28 - 12 i )V , p.m. Tries 17. 11 4 , . 1; ■ l Wed 18 11 45 ,2 ,4 Thur 19 Morn, , 3 ' 2 ' Fri ■ 20 . .0 56 a.m. - 3' 57 Sat ■ 21 1 35 <4';47 , Sim 22 2 42 • 5 30 Mon 23 3 53 6 , 9 Tues i 24 5 5 , 6 38' ' Wed ,25 6 18 "• 7 <7 , Thur 26 7 31 '7 34 ' 1 ITri. 27 8 45 8 54 Sat • 28 9 58 -10 8

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MONTHLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 February 1857

MONTHLY CALENDER 2n-i H -i 'A ' 9 o >; . fi 1 2 ' 3 4 5 6 7 ; 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 1" 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ivi'H.] FEBRUARY. [XXVIIIDays. I'UASES OF Tin: moon." First Qr .'.Monday, 2 at 6' 0 a.m. Full Moon....Monday, 9 „ 9*23 a.m. ; Last Qr.....'...Tuesday, 17 „ 12-0 noon. Now Moon...Tuesday, 24 „ 9*38 p.m. Apogee, 15 d. lOh. a.m. Perigee, 27 d. 4 h.', a.m. Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. Purification of. 13. V. Mavy. '' : ; 'v ; Pilot Boat sta. outside P. P. Heads, 1853. Swan llivor discovered, 1G97. [1841. Black Thurs., 1851. First Res. Judge ap;,' Septuacesima Sunday. • ; ^ , i [Vic, 1852. Q. Vic. mar. 1840. First Grim. Sessions, Supreme'Court. GroatStorm at Melbourne, 1846. ..v . Gold disc. N.S.W., by Ilargreaves, 1851. C'apt. Cook killed, 1799. St..Valentine's Day. Govt, of V. D. L. .founded, 1804;".' Earthquake at Sydney, 1800. i-, Martin Luther died, 154G. . . Rebellion in Irehnd, 1798. Granmer burned, 1556. i : .i QuiNQUAGHsnrA. Shrove Sunday. . St. Matthias...

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