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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 March 1857

" By the latest' arrival1 from Melbourne , we fleanv that >theuvh6le of>ithe-resolutions, relating to the f uture managemont!;of the public lands -have ^een^ .passed,r(as pro pose'd by"the Surveyor-General,...after, an ineffectual attempt," on.' the-part- ot Mr.' : bnodgrass,, to .alter- tlie; first: ddiuor, nal;-resolution has' been' adopted,by rwliich* a" Iiand!T36avd is'to^be-;-'c6nstilirfedi' lVut its method pfrproceduroilias. nofr'boen' defined.''• !; :ExTiiAOR:pjNAnV'',:' QuAirr^r^.CirAaMi^ ^Mi^Carpentfer informs »us that hp has ptur ;.c1i'aseii-'!^-day-'.;^Thursday)' from 'Messrs. > WiniamsoriV'Yciungj 'and/Brodicj a' cake of; ; amalgamated;* gold; weighing- -242• •ounces/ rt lie' produceof. ten tons of quartz, ,f''pni. itheir^ciaiiir'on tiie"lBobert Burn's ' Reef.' ::TIii!rfclfti'm'-;'Kiw^1airgftdy/^^ qfk'.l,800; 'oynce$:;[Qf$goi(l.'\ii The^statistics; will be handed.to;ivs in 'a. diiyi6i\/,two'.— GourUr of_ tf'ie' Mines. ' -"The 1 Taiir^x'ab'Wrcit'Q QAiHTz'''rREErs...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 March 1857

UNITED" 'silTES:'!^ :''•'/ >l News has been received from America t to the 29th' November.' • ; Y ':: T ■ . ItfiisYreportedr'that'Mr. Buohanan lias .offered, the - office'of Secretary of;State,.to General Cass, hut it can scarcely he be lievecl by the 'New York Tribune ,that he would'make so- injudicious a clibice. " : M Diplomatic relations between the United States and England were to be renewed on the 4th March, the'day on Svhicli'the'new President enters'into office. '■ '■ ';,i:; ->V° The United States Marshals; report ,• that the practice of fitting- out jlavei«-tat„$ew York still continues,- notwithstanding tlie efforts that have beeri-made t60breakrit lip. The Rev. E. • 0. Thorn ton,; an r. eminent ministerof the Methodist Episcopal Church,: South, was killed by being' crushed .by a railway train in: New Yorlc. ' .! • '>'■£:■ diabolical 'murder had been commit-. itedjin.Albany, New York. State,;on';Mrs4 Owen; Bulger, the mother of five children,j |whose|body was foun...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 March 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.   This Board met at the Royal Hotel,     Tarraville, on Saturday the 28th ult.   Present - Messrs D. Turnbull, J.Hart, J. Neilson, E. Hobson, and M. Flynn.                           Proposed by Mr Hobson, that Mr. D.       .Turnbull take the Chair, and seconded by Mr. Neilson.           Carried.                   That a special meeting of the Board be held at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, on Monday, the 16th inst., at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of revising     and confirming the...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.     ___________                       We hear on good authority that the   Government have already placed £2000     to the credit of the Alberton District Road Board ; we may' expect therefore to see them 'shortly commence their labors in clearing and otherwise improving the roads in our district. The inhabitants cannot   but feel highly gratified at the promptness with which Government have enabled the     Board to commence operations. We are also glad to learn that the authorities have                   signified to the Chairman of the Road Board, in answer to a request from that body, that the land cont...

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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 March 1857

IMMIGRATION. -The Emigration resolutions, brought forf ward-, by the Government, have beetr adop ted, with a few modifications, by the i; Legislative Assembly. And the Emigra I'tion1"1 Bill,for-i which the Resolutions'1 'formed the basis, has been adopted, with ,some trifling amendments, by the Commit itee?of the whole Assembly. The Bill on-' ly awaits the sanction of the, Legislative Council, and the signature of Jlis-, Excel-; 5 lency the Governor to become 'the • law which is to regulate the immigration. of : the,' Colony until it shall, be v repealed: tor. suspended by a better.- ■ Under the new law there, will, be three i.' ; ri !', , 11 i ; 'o/,' tlistinct schemes, of (immigration, (brouglitj ;into existence'. ,r Therejwill'be >the; -bounty system, which is to be* tried as an experi ment •: cluriri'g* tire "year.; -By ; that'\system i shipowners are to receive,;a.- bonus,or. boun ' ty for every approved immigrant landed in' the Colony.1 ' (' 1 j Then there will he the remit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

AB,YE11TIS BME NTS. W. M-. SMITI-I, '■ ■"General storekeeper," ; )-.^SV-^®E^riEI33V -i; ';|lj AS always* on linncl a varred-'hssort • merit ofgoods s'liit.fible ioi,'tIj,e/clis£?i(3,t, ■f ntr-the .very I6wes't market prices'..' l jB'Ofi MB. GX7RNEY, ATTOnNEY-AT-LAW, §■<:., g-e., port albert. TARKAVILIE, - , 1 ' ■ , SATURDAY AND MONDAY. 125'03 VICTORIA SURVEY. /TJHE.undersigned is prepared.to receive offers from parties, desirous .of- leas ing,.for a term, portions oft-the, above:-:'sur vey.- Applications to be in writing-. 83.0 E. t. newton, i Eligible site for a Dairy Farm, TO BE LET-ON LEASE. ...... 0/?0 ACRES of land situate on the /vUO; margin of Bourke's -Morass, in ihe parish' otV Yarram.vYariam, distant ii bout two miles from; Alberton>1 and' about six from Port Albert. A never-failing supply, of water can be obtained from- the Morass, about an acre of which is within the ..boundary■■■ of the land. It would he! let to a respectable tenant oh the most'reasonable ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. SATURDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS.' !/ Saturday,' 7th March, 1857.; . i Dullness continues to pervade the trading circles of Melbourne, though it is - reported . that there -is a l'eturningconfidence ; per ceptible, ' and that any thing,, like 'a crisis .need not ;be anticipated. :Ifc is-also said it,hat the banks are disposed, to afford:rea sonable assistance to any well managed' , houses.that may he placed in difficulties. . , Flour.—Mr. John Diglit reports'that a continued dullness ^prevails,'in tlici flour inarke t, and the q u otntion s bel ow are barely maintained — Fine;,flour, £17 .- per ton; ..seconds,'£15 j barrel, £19; .Chilian,£15 10s. Bhan, 2s. 3d. to 2s. Gd. per bushel.: t Wheat, 6s. 6d. per .bushel. ■ ■ . •i Oats.—V. D.L. are -worth.! 8s. 6d. > to 9s. per bushel y and good Irish 5s. :6d.-ito 7s. «< ; Maize-has;advanced; N.S.W;. is worth '('•S.s.'9d. per-bushel; cracked, 9s..6d. ■ - Rice has been-sold at £15 per' ton. "V.; -Hay.—Best hay, £12 10s...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

•PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council, on the 3rd instant, the Tiths to.Land Bill,was read a second time and committed pro forma. , The,Qualification of/Members of Assem bly Bill was considered 'in''committee; •: Mr. Bennett! moved "the' 'iWuctiStf;ttfl;tlie " qualificationsto'•'..one^.,1 MM to>' £l 000,. or. j £100,, a;. year.. ..,He.,,supported . his amendment; in an argumentative'speech; and1 was replied1 to* by - Mr. "McOombief ■ atid the President, of ;the^Council.On.d'/idivi-j sion the aniondment 'was.'reiected 'ljYj 15 Mr. Pawkner moved an amendment on , the next-clause,1;that none ■ >but.: Europeans or children of European parents be eligible to be' elected,- which was also rejected^ and the bill was,reported without amendment. ; • The remaining1, business was postponed;, and the House adjourned'.'v ASSMBLY^Sn^'MiR&Hj 1857. The Speaker having talcen ^ the clmir, Mr. Wills moved for some correspondence relating to the importation of stock, when Mr....

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

CALENDAR FOR THE .WEEK'. • • r ; A Calendar <for: .the, colony .of, "Victoria . (1 wring the week < ending Thursday, ;19th March; 1857,' shewing: the -days ■ of >the week, month, year,;imo'on'sage,v also the : rough- times of the ;sun's rising, 'as well<as of the moon's transits,over the; Melbourne meridian, ;together with the rough or 1st approximate times when v the latter lumi nary will rise and set; on*;the parallel' of Melbourne, and longitude 145 deg. 'east 'of Greenwich, or thereabout; - including valso . the principal solar, planetary, and ,lunar phenomena which are,likely to attract the attention of those who " gaze on the sky" . in this .colony. By Peter, .Robertson,v.of ] 15, West Bank Terrace, East Richmond. PHASES OF THE MOON. • Apogee—Sunday, 15th, at 3h., a.m. Last Qr.^-Thurs., 19th, at 6b. 43m. a;m. . . . ^Phenomena visible during the week ..witfyjn the Victorian parallels of latitude. Friday, 13th, at 4h. 51m. a.m., the moon acoul...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

[from our own correspondent.]. t.There is a. .rumour very prevalent, here just now, to the effect that it is the inten tion of the Government to establish . the police head quarters at this township, in stead of Alberton as heretofore, after Mr. Slade has left. lean forni no idea how far'this may be true, but it is yery certain that this place has more claim to Govern ment preference, than either of the other Townships, both from its central situation, as well as the great facilities it affords for more rapid communication with the police establishments about to be opened on the route to, and in: the immediate neighbor hood of the Omeo 'diggings." It is utterly impossible to form any cor rect idea as to the value of the precious metal obtained at' Omeo," as its close proximity to the Sydney district, and the greater facilities'of transport to the nearest market, holds out tempting inducements to the diggers, to circulate it in New South Wales, and thus evade the per centnge for expo...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 13th March, 1857. STATISTICS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

0tpps &anti <@uartitan, Friday, 13th- March, 1857. STATISTICS OF VICTORIA. A very interesting1 and1 highly important blue book has just ljeen issued from- the Registrar-General's ( department.: ilt em braces.i the statistics of;.the Colony.;to - the end,of the year <1855; and it is stated that ever)^ precaution hasJ been taken'to secure • the accuracy;; of.» .the informationv thus arranged. < ^ ' ' POPULATION.' The first, table is,.a return, of the increase and •, decrease, of ''the population- ''during 1855, and the .total -population at the end of that year. . , (, , j , . Increase by immigration '66,571 ' Increase by births 11,941, ll . 78,512 -Decrease by departures" 26,395 ' Decrease by,deaths6,603 . :. I . 32,998 i, Net increase . ... . 45,514 Population on 31st Dec., 1854 273,865 Population on 31st Dec., 1855 ... .319,379 POSTAGE. The number of post offices in the colony and the number of letters and newspapers which passed through the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

;A3pyEETISEMENTS:' ; STEAM; TO r-..MELB OURN E; ■ > Steam ^Navigation Company's fine, 'new screw, steamer; STORM BIRD, J. B., Sydserff,. Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for , above Port every Friday,1 at 11 • a.ir. ''punctually. Faiies^—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s. . :-Freight'£2 per ton'. . AH goods immediately on being landed are at consignees risk. j Gold, for shipment^ must, be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. ' : , - v, For; Freight or, Passage apply to V U. ;::',, - WM. DOTIERTY,..Manager, lb6-03 Port. Albert, 3ist Jan., 1856. FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT. -JgfffisnnHE! fine', fast1 sailing Schooner, J- '' MACCLESFIELD, George ■ ■ -Lewik'jv Master, will sail on Wed nesday next. ; For' Freight or Passage apply on board. - 1 1 ' ■ 157. TO SELL OR LET. r .. . 1 W) , rpwo substantially built Brick Cottages consisting of fouivroOms each,' adjoin ing the: Post-office]-- .Tarravilic. Ample room between 'the ^cottages and the-street to put up a lar...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

: LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Immigration Barracks.—The tender of McKenzie and Co., for the supply of 93,000 bricks at £3 5s. per 1000, has been accepted; Mr. Wilkinson's tender was 78s.; Mr Stratton's, 120s.—Mr. Bu chanan's tender for the timber was accepted at .£93 15s.; Mr. Taylor's tender was £94. Assessment on Stock.—Licensees of stations in the colony of Victoria beyond, the settled districts are roquired to furnish to the commissioner of the district, before the 15th March, returns of all stock kept and pastured on their runs on the 1st day of March next. . The annual special meeting of the Jus tices will be held at Alberton on Tuesday 21st April next, at 12 o'clock noon, for taking into consideration applications for Publicans', Packet, and Confectioners' Licenses. All- applications to be filed with the Clerk of i etty Sessions on or before Tuesday, 3lst instant. : The following1 is the Cause List to be brought before the County Court, Alberton, on Saturday, 14th March, 1857. lieman...

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NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

u ;; \ isT B iWS: -FR 0 M; CH I;N A.f,;,,.. 1 ' Important intelligence from China, to the'3lst December has been' received. The difficulty precipitated by Admiral Seymour had assumed! an aspect of very grave: importance indeed." On; the' 22nd ultimo, the terms granted by tlie British'Consul to H. E; Yeh, Go vernor'of Canton,"for him to make the de manded apology for the insult and outrage committed to the British flag having ex pired, the matter- was entrusted to' the AdmiraKSir ; Michael Seymour to: decide upon;rVho immediately began to:deStroy the forts at iWhampoa and : Canton on the 27th ulti V> bombarding thecity. for two suc cessive days;. piirt^ofh which ' wasftinfvcry serious position; blazing furiously;:-aW. During this tune thbHcVui^e.'rotalial'^,''| and on the I4th'-'December they burned down the foreign fiictories,'while the Bri tish rforce were shelling the; city from'' the Dutch- Folly. . .Mr. Cowper, a British ' resident. - in jiVhamppa^had. been kidnapped aud coul...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

' ! ' COL^ | \ ' LIBEL ' CASE. • : The 'Qiiijen'at the prosecution of'George Milner^'-iStephen fagainst ' Wilson; and t McKinnfln/: ^proprietors r of, the. 'Aftgiis newspaper. : . ' , . , . . ! ' The' iiearing of this long' pending ' and important' 'cade -commenced 'on We'driesday, 25th ult. in the; Supreme.Court, Melbourne, ^efore;,His Iiopor^Ir. Justice Molesworth and a'special jury('of .twelve. •' Mr<!(i:»M'.'-Stephenj'''Mr. Aspinall, and .-Mr. -Billing', conducted .the case :for;th!e pi'os^qutjon, an,d JVIessrs. Michie, Chapman, arid Dawson were retained for. the Argus'; After the arrangement of some prelimi naries the case was opened by'Mr. iMichie and some witnesses examined, when the Court rose. During the following three days.witnesses: continued toAbe; examined, and on Monday,. 2nd instant, Mr. Stephen address^ the jury, and was followep by -Mr.' Aspinall^ 'after "whiclTtbe- Jiiffge; char 'ged;th6'iur'y at'great'length, arid minutely rererre# to t^e ,§videitce fo...

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RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. The Haines Ministry resigned on "Wednesday morning last, 4th instant. Their resignation was accepted by His Excellency the Governor, and. Mr. O'Shanassy was sent for during the fore noon and charged with the task of form ing a new cabinet. It was the Immigration scheme, that proved the death blow to the late minis try. On Wednesday, 2.5th ult. Mr. Haines announced to the House the ele vation of Mr. Stawell to the [Bench, and the resignation of the office of Com missioner of Trade and Customs by Mr. Childers. Mr. Haines also stated, on the same occasion, that Mr. Fellows had accepted office as &ttorney--General, and Mr. Goodman that of Commissioner of Trade and Customs. Owing, to these changes the Ministry were weakened: to tbe extent of three members, and on tjbis ground Mr. Haines asked the House tp .pos.tp,one the. Iconsi deration of the estimates until the result of the then pendingeleclions was kno.wn., This r.equest ]W(as refuaed in consequence...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

■■SHIPPING 1INTELLIGEN GE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT. March G.—-Dobsons, scliooQeiy-di.^ tons, Capfc., Tobin, from .'Lannccston. Tnrnbu]] and Co., agents.} ' "> v March 10.—Macclesfield, schooner, 115 tons, Oapfc. Low's,• from Melbourne. Cnpt. Lewis, agent.' March 11.—Storm; Bird, p.a.s.n. Oo.'s steamer, 75 tons, J: 13. Sydserff, from Mel ■ ■■". Jjourne ; : passengers—cabin; Mr. and Mrs. " Thompson/i Messrs. :Noel and Wilkinson. J ■" • Steerage, 23. CLEARED OUT. March 7■—Storm Bird,- p.a.s.n. ''Co.'s steamer, , 75 . tons, J.; B. v Sydserff, for Melbourne. ; . ' ' ' IMPORTS. March 10.—Macclesfield, from Mel bourne; 1 boat, Mr. Wilkinson. ; ...March 11.—Storm Bird, from Mel bourne; 3 half'-tifii'ces tobacco, 10 cases cyder, 20 cases wine, 7 cases cordials, .15 ,pkgs. 'tea, 2 ' cases champagne, 3 casks t vinegar, 48 bags sugar, and sundry free goods.-. , '■ , EXPORTS. . ' ■ - ■^iI; ' - ■ ' SAILED. , I March 7.—Storm Bird, for Melbourne.

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ALBERT ON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tarra ville, March 7th, 1857.   Present—The Chairman, Messrs. W. Howden, M. Flynn, and J. Neilson. The minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. A communication from, R.B. Gibson, Esq was received and read pro mising to prepare plans and specifications required by the Board, on his return from the Upper District.           The copy of Bye-law forwarded to His     Excellency for confirmation, was reported to have been, returned inconsequence of not being signed, by two members of the     Board.     Resolved, that Mr. R. Burn, having placed a room at the disposal of the Board in which to hold their meetings every   Saturday, this Board express their thanks for such privelege. A communication was read from the     Central Road Boar...

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CASTLEMAINE CIRCUIT COURT. MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 March 1857

CASTLEMAINE CIRCUIT COURT. MURDERS.   At the Castlemaine Circuit Court, Michael Higgins was found guilty of the murder of William Lobb, at Green Gully, Muckleford, on the 6th of January last, and sentenced to be hanged, without any hope of mercy.       William Twigham, alias Laxton, was found guilty of the murder of Serjeant McNalty, at Mount Ararat, on the 16th October last, and sentenced to be hanged. William Turner alias Gipsy Smith was arraigned for the murder of Serjeant McNalty, but in consequence of the war- rant not being proved, he could not be tried for murder, and his counsel consen ted to a verdict for manslaughter. When called up for sentence he protested that Adams, who gave evidence against him, was perjured. He admitted his guilt thoroughly, and that he had become radi- cally dishonest. The only thing that   pained him was that a man of the name of Mason was now suffering in the hulks for a crime in whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 March 1857

ADYEETISE'MENTS. MB. GURNEY, A TT011NE Y-A T-LA W, Sfc., frc., PORT ALBERT. TAEBAVILIE, . SATURDAY AND MONDAY. 125-03 MR. JOHN ROTJSE, LATE GROCER AND DEALER OF V . MELBOURNE, "OEGS to inform his numerous friends in JL): G-jpps Land that he has commenced .'•■iisiness as.Commission Agent. All arti cles of Produce sent to him will be disposed 'if to the best advantage; being- a resident ii! town he has a thorough knowledge, of i;ie markets. Persons sending produce r-tn have cash per return steamer, and any i- oods they may requii-e will be purchased ii!.d forwarded without delay. N.B.—Any person staying- in Melboui-ne tvill find excellent accommodations at his ivsidence, 135, Russell-street, Melbourne. 148-3 — £2. REWARD. QTRAYED from Tarraville, on or about J-J the .14th January, a Bay Mare,, rising1 'lour .years .old;; three white feet, branded V on off side of. neck. Any person deli "•■i.'ring. her either to D. Turnbull, Esq., 'I'ort Albert/ Mr. Burn, Royal Hotel, , nrraville, 'J. ...

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