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MONTHLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

MONTHLY CALENDER. 2nd Month.] FEBRUARY. [XXVIII Days. 'A 5 © S) 3 ; K & 0 O i« fH rf P 1 s 2 M 3 To ■:,-4 W* 5 T11 6 F 7 „ 8 s -S, "9 M ,1.0 Tu 11 W Ti'i 12 13 'F' A'4 So 15 S 16 M '17 Td '18 •'W.\x=req-\ ,19 >Th ,20 21 ,S « 22 S' 23 M 24 iTt; 25 rWr; 26 T11 27 F'" 28 'SJi PHASES OF'JtHE JIOON. First Qr;„,...Monday7-. 2 at G' O m Full;Moon....Mondays 9 „ 9-23 aim. ■ Last jQr.'....;.'.TuesdayyJ17 „ 12-0 noon. New Mobn..'.Tuesda#f24 • „ 9*38 p.m. "Apogee, Ifl/d. 1 Oh.-a.m. Perigee, 27 d. 4 h.,a.m.:« Fotjhtii Sunday apter Epiphany. Purification of B. V. Mary. Pilot Boat sta. outside P. P. Heads, 1853. Swan River'disc6V"ere'd,v1697:?-e^T'i"I'v Black Thurs., 1851 r [-ia41.. ,'jFirltlKes' 3tudge;ap.^' 3El'TUAG3vSI3IA^nNDAY.;„^jLv^^^-.;r-w.-, [Vie , 1852. Q. Vic. mar. 1840.J First.Crira:.Sessions,jSuprera^C9urti I Great Storm at Melbourne, 1846.f Gold disc/N.S.'W.^by^IIa'rgreaves.'lsil.l Cape.1 Cook'killed;*17d£)/- -M'3 " ' ST.'(VAX.ENTINi3?S>DAY:,')iti)i! tV! 't > -.J I ....

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

j*W$ATE£« EUROPEAN. NEWS.' Arrival of the European The; European, and Australian Royal Mail,;. Company's steamer -.European, the third of. the line of steamships belonging! to'the.riew Company,' 'arrived* in: 'Hobsoii's Bay out he 10 th, instant, after a fine passage of a little 'over 'fifty-seven days, having1 saile'd oiv the :14th Decern-1 ber last r/; ;;;Tihe ./awes; readied .';<Lifer\x=req-\ po.olQon .iithe; 21 sfci November,' and the Lightning on the 20th. 'Tlie' 7Vu!e Briton, also had, arrived <a't> 'Livierijool, on the 9tli December. ' .' " 'V''1'' .,', i A programme of "f lieservice* tobe; performed by the Eiu-ppean'and'.Austra-; iian lioyal Mail Company lias^lieen'pub-! lished. 1 he first steanier ;w,illf)leave[ Southampton,, with. a mail,|o. be1 con-. veyed wa Egypt. on the 34th. February and the supplementary;.,.maili.Wa Mar-: seilles, is to leave London on the 2nd March. The steamer is;to reach... A'lex-.l andria 8th March, leave Suez on* the 11t...

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THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

;: THE TRAVELLER'S' GUIDE. rising and setting' at'(Poi4 sAlberli!!during-, -the month' of • Pebrnary?'Hl,85?^ih,e •same will apply to the whole-ofJ Gipps "Land! (to within'two-or three.miriutfcs. ■ • ; : r ■ } * I' ( i 1 u i a -> En M ^ <f '.DAT. ■DAY l ■< < i in !> .tl j, ' . , *7 fw.'r; (OP MOON KISKS; .MOON. SETS.. - <or ^11.' >•" jl t , < ' 11." .M. f Jl i UJ V WEEK. .MO.' • ' ,<• ' r<" r /r S -gmir , 1 1 12 10' r.'sr. 'ho' 321 P.M. 1 Mon' 2 !" i 23 1 ! <1 , 'n4 -3 -.'Tuesi ■ 3. {2 38, 1 . " . -11\x=req-\ '44 ."Wed .54 .3 58 i /' ' ■v Morn a f f » - Thur 5, ' 4 55, i «° 34 Pri ' 6 o' ' 50 1 1 34 mWoui ■> Sat" ■7 '"16 134 . ' '2 40 \\ i , £j)Utt fir < i7 10 j , t 3" 50 ; m'v, ...Mon 1 9 7,i ^0, ,t j | ,,,4 57;. r( * V r 1 §Tues: '.10 8 6, i 6 4 Wed ' U 8 '29 ' 7 " 9 - Thur 42' ' 8 '50-' i Uf j, ! '-8> r ' ! 1 iFll ' 13 . .9 n as ' 9 > 6 Wf * S.it 14 , 9 34,: t „ ■ ...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

-.SALE.;:.-,./, (lOfFROM'.OUR otVN CORRESPONDENT.'] The following is the result of "tlie! Green Wattle Races., _ I refrain from making any comniisnt'fo'r/'tirgerit reasons' which':I', Cannot explain'here Maiden Plate—Winner'; .Mr.'-1 Glark's " Jeannette." 1st heat ruh; in 2'miri.!9(sec. 2nd heat in 2 min. 5 se.c'.^f'-'1! vj . Galloway Stake's—Walked over'b'y^Mr. A. Campbell's " Wasp'.''-' : Squatters' Purse—-Winner-j- Mr. A. L. P1earson'si..;ff,WiU< 9,ht??S' !W"hisp".. 1st heat <i\un,inVi^min:\i2 jsec., 2nd heat ing min. 34 sec. ^ Twice round: ^ '<\\\\'\1 VA<\ Ladies'.• $yrM;rnWmner j >• Mr. ■ • A. L. Pearson's ".Will o' the Whisp"ib--lstflieat run,in 3 min. 17,..see., 2nd heat run in<3 min.,5 sec. One mile and a half.nh * .liiTrial Stakes—Winner^; :Mii..A. L.i Pearson's "Prince".. ^T^ime,not given. -Hack Race-^—Six .horses^started...f This l'hc'e was"won' By' a^'mare 'of ['Mr.' John Campbell's, .running it in S^mml,10'jSec.'...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 20th February, 1857. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

<Stpp sj iLantJ a nt mi n. J\I^rulai/y:20th February,; 1857.;'; vurailways:';; ,Ihe, i formidable: .■ array ■> of .-.resolutions'' in\x=req-\ •troduced1 by''the('Surveyor-General< as the basis.of his^gigantic' Ilailway.scheme /has i been disposed:of Jj}v,referring:,the whole to •ft:> Select ^Committee,; of^ the Legislative Council. 1 1 ' The 4appointment.„of, the .Select..'Com\x=req-\ mittee,.' however,' gave; occasion /for a.:-tiltirig match vbotlr' beforex its"'appointment 'an'd subsequent!}'. .It was. .supposed, . when ■ Captain (Clarke;<moved>the .(reference. tona Committee;' that the' .appointment"would be in the usual.way ; -but the'selection by •ballot having been: suggestediithat-jmethod was adopted, •y'Tbe. result was* that !no'Tep\x=req-\ resentative-jof a'mining constituency, was ; chosen,- and the,diggings,members. .were! in high dudgeon at the 'slight pufr upon them They'drew'up'.a protest'against.a'.^Commit\x=req-\ tee on. Rail...

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GOVERNMENT BANKING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

GOVERNMENT BANKING SCHEME# We observe that the Melbourne Cham ber of Commerce has taken up the Government Banking Scheme for discussion and that a number of papers have been prepared by different members, which have been read before the Chamber and published in the daily papers. Among them we observe one signed by Mr. Westgarth, in which he argues that Government banking would not be for the public advantage, in a commercial point of view, and might be tised as an irresistible political engine for sustaining a Government, in power in opposition to the declared will of the people. He does not think that the anticipated profits would be realised, as the expense of management,; according to the proverbial extravagance of the Government institutions, would swallow up a large per centage of the profits, and leave the Treasurer minus a large amount of his estimated income from that source. In dealing with the questions Mr. Westgarth naturally takes up the kindred subject of a Mint; and as...

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THE PUBLIC LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

THE PUBLIC LANDS. The proper method of disposing of the public lands is a subject that h&i engaged a large share of the attention of the Legislature and of the public. But Ave are not of those who think the question has received more attention than its importance merits ; and we are of opinion that every new idea or suggestion should receive due .consideration. With these views we have uo hesitation in submitting the following observations from practical farmers to the notice of our readers. The monthly meeting of the Agricultural Club was held to day at the Mechanics' Institution, Mr. P. M'Cracken in the chair. After the usual preliminary proceedings, i the discussion of the land question was1 commenced by Mr. Cochrane, who was ofi opinion that this snbject came particularly I within the province of agriculturists. The I lands were the propety of the public, in I tempovary charge of the Government, as trustees. No persons or classes should be: allowed to come between the pe...

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THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. Further news from China to the 29th November has been received. It appears the Chinese have got into difficulties with the Americans as well as the English. A party of Americans had been taking soundings in the Canton waters, and were fired upon by the Chinese. A remonstrance was addressed to Governor\x=req-\ jjJeneral Yeh, and an explanation and apology demanded, but before a reply was received, the Americans took alarm at masked batteries along the beach, and determined to attack the forts. This Commodore Armstroug did in gallant style, and they were quickly in his power. Some. 500 braves advanced for the purpose of retaking them, but the seamen and marines enraged at the loss of their comrade, Mullins, discharged a field-piece and a shower of musket balls into their midst, which speedily set them flying in all directions. Four forts have been taken, and are en-, tirely dismantled, the guns destroyed, and the walls will be blown up. There must have been 150...

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TWELVE DAYS LATER FROM THE UNITED STATES. BUCHANAN ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

TWELVE DAYS LAI ER FROM i THE UNITED STATES. i Buchanan Ejected President. By the Simoda, from Boston, Novem- ! ber 10th which arrived at Queenscliff on : Sunday, 8th instant, the Oedony Advertiser \ obtained a copy of the Boston Courier of the day the vessel sailed. The Presidential election was virtually decided. Mr. Buchanan, the pro-slavery candidate, having, up to the latest returns, a considerable majority over Fremont. The third candidate, Fillmore, being, in sporting phrase, nowhere. With what degree of patience this may be looked at in the Northern States, we can form no correct estimate till further advices arrive. By the time the news was sent off to England, which we may expect to roceive by the mail steamer Euro pean any day, the result of the election would have been thoroughly discussed and " ventilated," to use one of our pet phrases, and we shall be able to judge how far the prophetic warnings were jus tified which predicted a separation of the Northern from the Sou...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE                             ALBERTON DISTRICT BOAD BOARD   The Board met at the Royal Hotel   'Tarraville, on Saturday the 14th. Present-The Chairman, Messrs. Neilson,   Howden, Hobson, McKenzie, and Gellion. . 1. The Secretary proposed as sureties, Mr. D. Fermaner and Mr. Robert Adams. The Board accepted them and requested   the Secretary to desire Mr. Hood, of Port   Albert to witness the bond.         2. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed.       3.The sub-committee appointed to draw   up bye laws, brought up their report, which was passed.         &n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS.' TO LEND °n S"00^ fr^hold security. tueSbull & CO., 120'0 Port Albert.. .. EOR SALE THE, following Town and Country Lots at Sale:—■ ((V) TOWN LOTS. Section ,14 allotment 14 » 14 „ 15 r,f' ■'A » -9 „ 1< . J ,, io , COUNTRY LOTS. . Lot 112. 80a. Or. Op. „ 115. 80a. Or. Op. '• ' „ 117. 63a. 3r. 33p. „ 121. 105 a. Or. Op. „ 126. 125a. Or. Op. . Apply to A. L. PEARSON, 119*0 Kilmahey Park. WANTED to borrow two several sum, of £200 and £150, at 10 per cent, on ample freehold securities. Apply to i „ Mr. WEBB, Solicitor, 134*0 Tarraville and Sale. Dress and Mantle Making-. To the Ladies of Oipps Land. ; PETER PASCOE having engaged a .first-class Dressmaker is now prepared to execute all orders in that branch, with dispatcli and in the first fashion. P. PASCOE, Outfitter and Draper, .. , , Five doors from the Ship Inn, ; 67 ;0 Port Albert. Eligible site for a Dairy Farm, TO. BE LET ON LEASE. ACRES of land situate on the /vUO margin of Bourke's Morass, in t...

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A STAY AT HOME TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

A STAY AT HOME TALE. The careless daughters of the present generation can form no adequate idea of the bodily tortures which were inflicted on their grandmothers in order to compel nature to depart from her lovely and'graceful plans; and to change her symmetrical proportions for the cramped and formal length of waist (pinched'into the1 circumference'of a wasp), which is now only seen in'portraits of ladies of the last century. '■'!" i/' In those straight-ldc'ed;I;days', ihy aunt Jane, at the age of sixteen^' was considered by the wise women df:''the;Jfriniily;!.<(hor mamma and maiden'aurit), as' a very promising gil l, whose naturally ' slender waist, if properly compresse'd;might:at length lie reduced to the cone-like shape of the high\x=req-\ heeled belles of that era. ' Now, nature, while she had bestowed on Jane the lightness and elasticity of a fawn, had endowed her with the sfime love of freedom; and her buoyant; spirits, which no lecturing1 had been able to subdue,...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

NEW. ZEALAND; v: /. Auckland pajpers -to We 3Tsti 'of-'January have been received.. The Southern, Cross records' the death'of the cliiel'tainess of the Potulcirikivi tribe,'residing at Coromandel harbour—Taurua Te Tawaroa Makuini. Our lamented friend was one of the old Maori school, wedded to her native super-' stitions, owing to which, we presume, she was dignified with the appellation of the Old Witch. She was, however, most friendly to the European settlers, and manifested the greatest anxiety in regard to the cultivation of kindly relations between her tribe and the Government of the colony. Taurua was venerated by the tribes of the Thames; and indeed her name was respectfully mentioned by remote tribes in various parts of the island. Taurua Te Tawaroa Makuini expired on the 25th of December, 1856, attended by her weeping: relatives, and, some davs af ter, the tribes inhabiting the surrounding districts assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to her memory. The following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE,. < rpHE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer STORM. BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will have immediate despatch after arrival for above port. Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage £9 5s.' Freight £2 per ton. All goods immediately on being landed are at consignees risk. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 100'03 Port Albert., 31st Jan., 1856. COTTAGE TO LET. A substantially built 4-roomed brick Cottage, situated in Reeve-street, Tarraville, next door to the post office. Apply to Mr. BURN, Royal Hotel. 121*0 W. m SMITH, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, T1 AS always on hand a varied assort\x=req-\ me'nt of goods suitable for the district,' at the very lowest market prices;-' - -1'58*00 ADVERTISEMENTS,' fTU-IE undersigned" being1 about leaving -®- Gipps Land, requests that all accounts against him may be presented im-j mediately f...

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POETRY. PASSING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

POETRY. /PASSING AWAY. : ' . ' Passing away! .! This order of. .nature all things must obey, The brooks and the streams that go warbling by, The torrents'that soar till their channels are dry, I ask'd where they went and they made this reply, n.'... Passing away. • '' ' Passing away,' ' Where are the beautiful flowers of May?,1' One morning I saw: them, their bright colors spread, ... -. ' I .sought them next; day* and} their, beauty 'was • fled, ■ ' ■ ■ r ■ And a voice seem'd to come from each drooping head, -:..t •,r; passing away. ■ Passing away, The cuckoo and swallow no longer will stay, I hear not thy song now .amongst the".green leaves : • . • Or the twittering notes 'neath the cottager's ' " eaves,' • '■"'■ ■ " And I think as I look where thy nest it still cleaves, ..... .... '. . ! y ... ,? .... ,,..Passing away. ... • .. .. . .. Passing-away,' The innocent pleasures of iyouth's early day, • I see them now merrily play on the green, At the very same sports as " time back I ...

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NEWS OF THE WORLD. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

NEWS ,OE;.T.EgE WQRLD. MISCELLANEOUS. • Wonder.^ of the TEliEGRAPH.—Since the restoration of'/,peace, the line of submarine telegraph has been.extended to St. , P.-tersburgh, so as to establish the means of instantaneous communication between 'London and .that. Capital, the length of the ;wire Being 1700 miles. The communication is carried on by means of the printing telegraph,.rand simultaneously with the touch of the finger on the instrument at St. jPeters.burgl), indicating the letters of the alphabet !to"be' transmitted, they appear on a similar instrunient at the Strand station im London. < ? .:> i;. j DeXtu ,of , the Queen's Half?; bjiotheh.—-Queen Victoria received in-: telligonce, on the 13th November, of the death of'the Prince of Leiningen, son o the Duchess of Kent by her first husband.; )Th" Prince.has left.two sons : one is in the English navy, and the other is in the Austrian service. ' The Court wentinto mourning for the Prince. Mr. John Collett, formerl...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

SALE. [from our own correspondent.] Nothing new to report of last week. The weather has been unusually fine, rather sultry about the middle of the day, with cold and heavy dew at night. The country is looking exceedingly well. Trade is brisk, and there is a great demand for labor of almost every description. Mr. McAnlle who has the contract for completing the Morass, is about leaving for Hobart Town, to get men, as he finds it impossible to procure a sufficient amount of labor in the district. He has undertaken to finish the whole of the works required in three months, from the 16th instant, for the sum of £3,600. The announcement that the Government intend establishing a police magistrate and force at the Omeo gold-fields lias given general satisfaction, as there is every reason to believe that it will have , the effect of materially assisting the development of its resources, >1 am informed by a gentleman who has recently, .returned from a visit to that place, fchafcjabpris sca...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABIUVED (POUT ALBERT.) Nil. CLEARED OUT. February 19.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, for H"bart Town. February 19.—Macclesfield, schooner, Capfc. Louis, for Melbourne. February 21.—Mmj Ann, schooner, 116 tons, G. Graves, for Hobart Town. IMPORTS. (mi • -f ' EXPORTS. : February 20.—Mariposa, for Hobart Town; 65 head cattle. February 20.—Macclesfield, for Melbourne"; 100 tons bark. February 22.—Mary Ann, for Hobart Town; 114, bales wool, 4 bundles sheep skins. SAILED. Feb. 20.—Mariposa, for Hobart Town. Feb. 20.—Macclesfield, for Melbourne. Feb. 22.—Mary Ann, for Hobart Town. On Friday last the schooner Collier, bound from Sydney to Melbourne, was driven a-gTound off the East Spit, near the wreck of the Clonmell steamer, where she still remains, imbedded about 6 feet in the sand; her cargo, with the exception of a very small portion, has all been thrown overboard, which consisted of ale, porter, sugar, and a few chests tea. She has been abandoned as ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Police Establishment.—The Police Establishment for 1857, exclusive of clerks, consists of a Chief Commissioner, a visiting superintendent, 13 superintendents, 36 inspectors, 150 sergeants, 304 troopers, and 646 constables. The estimated expenditure is £298,081 5s., being £1789 13s. less than was spent last year. The distribution is, in . reference to Gipps Land :— 9 stations, 1 superintendent, 3 sergeants, 24 troopers, 7 constables. Main Road to Gipps Land.—Mr. Davis lately gave notice of the following motion in the House of Assembly, but at the request of the Commissioner of Public Works withdrew it for the present, until information could be obtained from the local Road Engineer on the subject: " That an address be presented to His Excellency the Governor, praying that he, will cause to be placed on the Estimates the sum of £6000 for clearing and impro-' ving portions of the main Central Road, and building a bridg-e over a creek between Tarraville and Bruthen C...

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MONTHLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 February 1857

MONTHLY CALENDER. a h « o s & o k < r 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26 [.] FEBRUARY. [XXVIII Days , fimslis 01' tiie moon.. , ,r> First .qr..'...;.Monday, 2 at'6*l0 aim. . Full^Moon:.;..Mondny;"' 9 ,,'9*23a.m. ••• Last:Qiv....i;ituesclay, 17 12*0 noon. New. Moon...Tuesday, 24 „ 9-38 p.m., '' Apogee, 15 d. loli. a.m.': ' ' Perigee, 27 d. 4 h., a.m. w '' fouittii Sunday after eriniany. Purification of 15. V. Mary. Pilot Boat stn. outside P. I?.'Heads; 1853. Swon>Biver discovered, 1697. :i s.?" ■ . : . : [1841. Black'Thurs., 1851. First Res. Judge ap., Septuagesima Sunday.- ' [Vic , 1852. Q. vic. mar. 1840. First Crim. Sessions, Supreme Court. , Great Storm at Melbourne! '1846. ' Gold disc. in.S.W., by Hargreaves, 1851. Capt. Cook killed,, 1799. ; , St. Valentine's Day. • Govt, of V. D. L. founded, 1804. Earthquake at Sydney, 1800. Martin Luther died,' 1546. Rebellion in Ireland, 1798. v ■ i Cranmer burned, 1556. « >...

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