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DEATH OF MR. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

DEATH OF MR. PRICE.,, We regret .to state tliat Mr. Price 6xpi-is reel at -a. quarter past four last evening-,'and] a. coroner's inquest will; be lield . on' liisj body: to-day. ; The cause of ■ death. Avasj , compression of- the■ brain: from! a-'rlSiovsrefat' the base of the skull. ... . ; ,y«4u!»r<

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BRUTAL MURDER OF MR. PRICE, INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF PENAL ESTABLISHMENTS, AND DARING ATTEMPT AT ESCAPE BY THE CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

BRUTAL MURDER OF. MR. PRICE, INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF PE NAL ESTABLISHMENTS, AND DARING ATTEMPT AT ESCAPE BY THE CONVICTS. Scarcely five months ago we published the details of a threefold murder by the convicts in Hobson's Bay, and this day we have the painful duty of recording the diabolical murder of Mr. John Price by an infuriated gang- of the desperadoes, known as "long-sentenced men," who had been confined on board the hulk Success. This second and fearful tragedy, following- so speedily upon the heels of the fiend-like massacre by Melville and his bloodthirsty associates, ought to - convince all right thinking men, that the class of felons who can concoct and execute such'brutal deeds, require to be kept under the most stringent control. While we abhor inhumanity in any case, even when exercised on a doubly or trebly convicted culprit, }ret we cannot shut our eyes to the' 'fact, that unless the sentences passed upon men in this colony are rigorously carried out there can be no saf...

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

... THE INQUEST.;: I' An inquest was held on Saturday,-28th1' ult., before' Dr: -Wilmotp city Goroiier,'. at the Albion' Hotel; WilliamstownJ' When, the jury wave sworn'1 they: proceeded to' view the body,'which is thus described'by' the Argus:— The body was extended on a mattress on the floor, and covered with the Union Jack. The lace was not much injured ex ternally, and presented that tranquil and placid appearance often'observed in case's of violent death from injuries to the head. The left cheek was discolored as if by a violent blow from some flat stone, or from a" spade. The cheek bone waV! greatly shattered, and the fracture-extended "com pletisly through the bnse of the skull to the other side. The back of the head was greatly cut and beaten, some of the scalp wounds corresponding with extensive frac tures of the bone below. The left shoulder was much cpntused and lacerated. There was a wound on the left elbow, penetrating into the'joint, arid the middle finger of the Ivigh...

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ADDITIONAL DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

j ■ ,, ADDITIONAL,' detail's. _ ' ,.;/ J jUndeiv this heading',.fclie-JTemWibas ithe/' 'following^—, i > 'j > 1 ;/rhere.are4w0: different-versions-of thei ajtm'cation;immediatelyfcpreceding(tliea,'iisHs and .it . iSii asserted .;bj/ vtlie -t .convicts'., that/': whilst they,; were.^prpte'stingv against -..the' badness' of', the bread served out,?>Mr. < Price seized, one of the men >by the^neck, ^bbked''hini'' d6w#'aii^ -iiieadc jsdyeritV; hVap,^ ;.si»nes| an<£ that' lie declared;,'t6**'anp.tli6I%'tliat\,^"t)iere.'; was'br'eficr'an'd /there'was .'dirtj, ancl. if.' tliey; did n'ot; eat 'the.*• one': '.they'should v,eat,;the; ptKert"-''8 ;*aiiegei4^ rpn;,^Xrjc6nta,pi:yyJ i'th'air'MivPri^ t6ld; tHem;nnt 'to' come .'to;,,Uim.-.in ",V.liody, s but■ tli'at 'lie jW.olil^cl- treat,witli s tliem r sing'ly>, j—an,,'offer|wl M plv*'! ^1 iey[./in ^ignan tlyl rej e c.rv tecll1 ,s fife:' tliUtf/ appro'M^d''^two,^^ tliree bf'the m|6re^prominen£/arid,rtHe'^result...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar- raville, April 4th, 1857. Present —Messrs. Howden, Hobson,   Turnbull, Hart, Flynn, McKenzie, Gellion, and Dr. Hedley. (late.) Proposed by Mr. Turnbull, seconded by Mr. Hobson- That Mr. Howden take the Chair. Carried. The minutes of last meeting read and   confirmed. Resolved- That the Secretary give no- tice to those persons who have erected fen- ces and other obstructions upon the road running along the north boundary of J. Orr's survey to Yarram Yarram, to remove the same or proceedings will be taken out against them. Resolved—That the Secretary commu- nicate, with E.T. Newton, Esq., reques- ting him to furnish the Board with any information he may posses with reference to the road running through Mr. Orr's survey to Yarram Yarram, as the Board understand that the survey has been re- cently very much altered. The Secretary presented to the Chair-   man hi...

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ANOTHER RUSH AT CLUNES —RIOTS ANTICIPATED. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 April 1857

ANOTHER RUSH AT CLUNES —RIOTS ANTICIPATED. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)       We, Morning Herald, received last evening, by electric telegraph, the fol- lowing message from our Ballaarat correspondent :—     Ballaarat, April 1st. " There was another rush upon the Clunes Reef at daylight this morning.   The miners were warned off by the police, but in defiance of such warning   continued to cart away quantities of quartz and earth. " The authorities at Ballaarat have been communicated with on the subject , and Superintendent Foster with a num- ber of police has gone over to render assistance. The steamship Victoria got up steam early, on the 24th ult, and took the new light-ship New Constitution in tow, in order to place her on her station at the   entrance to the Western Channel, Hob- son's Bay. The Nelson Examiner states there     can be no doubt that a rich...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

JOBI PRINTING. Every Description of letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE <Pf NOTICE. rpHE undermentioned parties have been appointed Ag'ents for the Gipps Land Guardian, and are 'authorised to receive Subscriptions for this: Paper:— . ALB'ERTON—Mii. Stead. MELBOURNE—Gordon, Gotch, and Co., 99, Collins-street-west; TARRAVILLE—Mr. Burn, Royal Hotel. TO ADVERTISERS. V Advertisements not exceeding 10 words will be charged Is, 10 words and under 20 - - - 2s. 20 „ 30 - - - - 2s, Gd. 30 „ „ 40 3s. 6d, Advertisements excee'ding40 words willbecharged as follows:— * 1 • 1 incfc - -'4.1. 6d. 2 „ - - - - - - 8s. 3 „ . . - - - - - 10s. 6d. And 2s. wil. be charged for every additional inch for each insertion, ■ ^ A discount of '10 per cent, will be allowed on ad vertisements inseried for three months, and 25 per cent, for any further period. Advertis...

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SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN. DURING MARCH, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

Sales of Stock at Hobart Town ,,. buhino March,. 1857. , 2nd 01 bullocks, ex Fair .Tasmaman, 10/ 17s 6d to 12/ 17s Gd,; ;avernge '11/ lis 4cL. 345 wetliei'Sj ex- City of Hor . bart, 23s--9(1 to 24s. 232 wethers,- ex Mary Ann, 17s 6d. 7tli 55 bullocks, ex Glencoe, ll/ 7s Gd to 13/2s Gd ; average 12/ 5s 7d. 78 sheep,* ox Colonial, ]0s. 10th 329 sheep, ex: Gold .Seeker, 18s73d . to 18s 9d. 19 bullocks, iex [Colonial, . 8/ 7s Gd-to 10/ 12s 6d ; average. 9/ 14s' 8d. ' 12th 59 bullocks, ex . Eclipse, ;"101,15s;;to: 14/ 5s ; average J 2/ Gs Od. , 13th 5 bullocks, ex ]-I. S. Pago, 71 12s(kl to 11/; average 9/ 5s. 7 .cows, ex H. -.S.'Page, 6/; 15s to 10/, 10s; average, . SI. 10s 4d. 498 sheep,,ex City of'-Ho-. hart, 24s 3d. 17th 24 bullocks, ex H. S. Page, 10/ 12s' «6d to.12/,; average 11/ 5s 2d.. < 30 cows,• ex H. S. Page, 9/ to >10/ 15s ; average 9/ 15s lOd. 23rd 397 wethers,, ex Colonial, 16s. <■. 26th-25-bullocks,' ex Mary. Ann, 13/ 2s Gd •to 15/ 12s Od ; average...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rnHE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer STORM; BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from tlie Company's Wharf for above Port on Saturday at 11 o'clock, punctually. Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage, £2 5s.. . .• • . • i . ■' • . i : .. ° '/ ;• -i; . Freight.£2 per iton.,. ... All goods immediately on ;being landed are at consignees risk. Gold, for shipment, must 'be entered at i the Customs before 10 o'clock'a.m. on day of sailing. ' ' ' 1 1' I : .■< ' u ; ■ V"" v . ''if For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOTIERTY, Manager, 174-03 Port Albert1, 31st Jan., 1856. ■/V N: adjourned*..General* Meeting1? of the -V*:. shareholders of the Port Albert Steam Navigation Co^, will be held at Port Albert, on/Monday, the'4th day of May,, at' 12 o'clock, noon,' for the purpose - of electing three Directors in the room of those retiring by rotation, (who offer ^themselves for, re election). Retiring Directors—J. Wilkinson, Esq.,...

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ACCIDENT TO THE MAIL STEAMSHIP ONEIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

ACCIDENT TO THE MAIL, STEAM ; - SHIP ONEIDA. [-ri'om the Sydney MJmpire.\ After the fine passages made by all the steamers which up to the present time have reached Sydney, forming' a portion of the European and Australian Royal Mail Steam Company's fleet, it is much to be regretted that we have sit so early a period to chro nicle a serious misfortune which has occur red to the pioneer of the line—the' Oneida. This ,is thefmore to be -lamented as the events subsequent to the accident have ren dered the calamity vexatious from the ■■fact that the Simla had left <■ King; George's Sound just one day before the Oneida re turned to that port which rendered it ne cessary for her to await the arrival of the Eu ropean. The Simla learning no tidings of the Oneida at King George's Sound, and proceeding on her voyage without any knowledge of tho accident will leave a lengthened period open for apprehension, both in India and England before it will be possible for the particulars to ...

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SUPREME COURT MELBOURNE. Monday, 13th April, 1857. CRIMINAL SESSION. (Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Barry, and Juries of Twelve, summoned under Special Commission.) THE MURDER OF MR. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

SUPREME COURTj MELBOURNE. ' < Monday, 13th April, 1857; Criminal'Session. If ll 't ? yif r* ^ , /1 1 ' (Before His Honor, Mi1.'Justice Barry, and ik Juries of Twelve, summoned under Spe cial Commission.) I 1 'the mueder of irk. price. .This- being-,.the day appointed for the trial:, ofthe «pi'isonerS|; for i -the -murder of Mrii Price, thev> Inspector-General.of > Con victs, atjWilliamstown, on the 26fch March last,vthe.Oourt r.was-crowded at .an...early hour,: and a -large, concourseiiof;,. people, manyv of whom .remained outside: the <buil ding1 duringvthe ^day.jiW.ere.unablesto.obtain admission., -At.;ten .o'clock.! precisely. His Honoi; took, his seat; and- the ■ panel was called o ver... . -The prisoners, fifteen in. num ber, were then, arraigned, the whole of them pleaded not guilty... < • ■ ' The Attorney-General intimated his wish that ' the "whole of' the prisoners should be triednuulerf the indictment.1;-It not having been prepared-wi...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 17th April, 1857. TRAMWAY OR CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

<£tpps SLantr <@uarttfon, Friday, 17th April, 1857. TRAMWAY OR CANAL. We have often brought under the notice of our ^readers the important' advantages that would be conferred on the District from the construction , of.. a Tramway. to the Lakes. Such a work, incompleted,' would,;,we were fully persuaded, be of inestimable importance. It .would at.once. open up the whole of the Upper District,: with alljts rich pastures and fertile lands, , and it would bridge across .the,, great - gulf that now separates 'the 'inhabitants, ofatlie upper and lower parts of-the country from each other, and thus • produce a more fre quent: because,more rapid; communication ; between them;' ■ • We .'felt 'certain that; it would be;the .means'of accomplishing".:all this, and equally certain it would, do more. It would- be a higbway,to, ourjpresent;golfl fields, and lead to the discovery'of others richer ,and more 'extensive, than any yet found "outror worked within the boundaries of ...

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THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

THE FALLS OP NIAGARA. {By the Special Correspondent of the Times.X To begin with, the chief impres sion made by the scene, though not the first, it is this—that near ly all the descriptions of Niagara are too exclusively limited to the grandeur of the Falls alone. They are certainly the great central points of interest, but the whole region is a marvel. It is the last step or threshold of tableland over, and finally, through, which, in one short, narrow, and violent rush of some forty miles, a pro cess is effected that on the south ern slope of the continent is car ried on gradually, over an exten sive surface, through many thou sand streams. The Niagara, which gives its name to the dis trict, is like no other river on the face of the earth. It is the chan nel uniting in one torrent all the waters on the great lakes of the upper level, which, tearing a pas sage through this last barrier to Lake Ontario in the plain below, issue from it, as the St. Lawrence, to find their way to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. •WHY ABE WE SICK? IT has been the lot of the human race . to be weighed down by disease and suffering. HOLI/O WAY'S PJ.L.LS arc specially adapted to the relief of the weak, the nervous, the delicate, and the infirm, of all climes, ages, sexes, and constitutions. Professor Holloway per sonally superintends the manufacture of his medicines, and offers ihem to a free and enlightened people, as the best remedy the world ever saw for the removal of disease. THESE pills PURIFY THE blood. These famous Pills are expressly com bined to operate on the stomach, the liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the skin, arid the bowels, correcting any derangement in their functions, purifying the, blood, the very fountain of life, and thus curing disease in all its forms. dyspepsia AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. Nearly half the human race have taken these Pills. ■ It . has been proved in1 all parts of the world that nothing has been found equal to thenvin"cases of disorders of the li...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

[from our own correspondent.] •: Another of the pai'tyof laborers engaged by -Mr.; McArdle: in : Hobart Town; ' to be era ployed on1 the, works- 'across -the - Sale Morass, was apprehended-' on' Sunday last near:ODel,vine.'' ;Tlie! man iasbrought-be fore'the Bencli" on Monday, 'when' Mr. McArdle •:stated -/that! ;he? had/before found it,- necessary :to,;.,obtain: a Iwarrant ;for! this man at Alberton,as after; landing from the Qlencoe. he positively" refused rito -fulfiL his engagement. He however; did not press the charge against .him,, as., lie '..promised.-,to g-o to work immediately, without any more trouble. In the course of\the evidence it appeared that lie '(Sheen)' thad.i been the ringleader in the matter, and had incited the .other men to acts of insubordination, and had .ultimately prevailed1 upon, six of them' to bolt ; under/these circumstances the-presiding magistrate, Mr. Tyers, sen tenced him to 5three months ; hard labor in Alb'erton gaol. The boy; accused- by' Dr. L...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

CHINA. News from China to the 5th February has been received. We give the following-, extracted by the Argus from the China; Mail:— PIRACIES. On the 19th January, a trading junk was captured by pirates at Loong-sliing wanj on the 31st, a fishing boat, off Poo foyon the 2nd February, a passage-boat was faken off Pak-ku. TI-IE POISONING CASE. The trial which, was commenced at the Supreme -Court on Monday, at noon; is not yet finished. • A Chinese was sentenced by the' Chief Justice yesterday to six months imprisonment for trying to bribe one of the j»'y- , : • ' MORE POISONINGS. , ■ Three,Chinese were examined before;the: magistrate to-day, on a charge of adniinis tering-.poison to: Mr. Caldwell'.and his fa mily, I ins the form of the; seeds of stramo niumj put in the milk. • j ' ' FORTIFICATIONS. " Ground has been marked out at West Point for the erection of three small bat teries.'• A wiser; step would' be to fortify Green I8tondy.yl]hieh■•mig^■|ll^n^ser.ve.a8 .a ban:ack°"as welTj'-...

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CRIMINALS AND THEIR KEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

CRIMINALS !AND THEIR , .KJ3RPRB' 'V; {From,Mu Note Booh.') " I have hoard a story which, to:my mind, proves that- Mr. 'Price, though a' stern, determined officer, as ho should have been, was not iho man of blood ho was described. But an hour before tho murderous assault, ho said to a friend, " I know ' I shall be murdered by them some day.: I have one ground of confidence, however. • If ti ere should bo any outbreak, 1 shall have as , - Continued on the third jingc. h; , .Continued from the page, many friends v amongst them as foes." That expression was uttered in the unre serve of private" confidential intercourse; and !T 'have a stroug feeling—though I never spoke to liim, :in my; life-—that lie must 'have-: other qualities' besides cruelty and-the love of blood, or he would./ not 'have had that thought 'or., spoken those words! " • r 1 ■ .Andiit. is proved : he had friends;' 'Men who.did not join f in< the, murder ; men who washed the foam from his. lipsj and sup porte...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENOE. ARTIIVED (PORT ALBERT.) April 10.—Mary Ann, schooner, 11(5 tons, G. Graves, from Ilobart Town. : April 11.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, from;: Hobart Town; pas sengers—cabin; Mr. and Mrs. Fisher. April 11.—Glencoo, barque, 160 tons, T; Lan^, l'rom Hobart Town. April 11.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, . B; .Wolfe, from HobartTown. April 12.—H. S. Page, barque, 22G tons, T: Spring-, from Hobart Town. April 16.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.jt. Co.'s steamer," 75 ' tons, ■ J.<'B. 'SydserfF, from Melbourne. CLEARED OUT. ' ' , April 14.—Glencoe, barque, 160'. .tons, T. Lang- for Ilobart Town. April 14.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, G. Graves, for Ilobart Town.-, impokts.' . April 10.—Mary Ann, from Iiobart Town ; 1 bale drapery, 1 case 'harness, 3 kegs shot, 141 bags salt,: 50 tons stone, 1 ton bay; 10 grindstones, 1 case: pictures. .April 11— Mariposa, from... .'-.Hobart Town ; 20,000 paling', 1 'chest' tea, 1. ton: flour, 1 caslc ironmongery, 10 cases ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

• COLONIAL; INTELLIGENCE.- • •-: .Thev.S.unpiiowbr::—If» tlie value.of: this plant was properly understood, we have; "no doubt but some of our Australian farmers! would' introduce it int'o!field'culture; v-In: some parts < of* the TJnited' States • it is iex-' tensively cultivated, .and turned to a veryi valuable account in; a variety of ways. < One acre of ground will',produce from-for-' .ty to fifty bushels, of seed, sometimes! much,,more.... Good- seed ^will. produce; a> gallon , of oil to tlie bushel, and the oil liasj been sold: at 1- dol;';5()^cents^per;'gallon,! .when'flax-seed oil.stood atOO'cents.-^Tlie1' seed; being; of a. farinaceous, oily quality, j' ,is given ;as a clieap, substantial, and nourishing fb'od*ff6r ' neat1 cattle'/ sheep/ swine, and > < all; sortsof ( poultry, and may be used either , in the mealy state or that of cake, after it has been expressed or manu factured into oil. The flower affords superior pasture for bees....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 April 1857

■■ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. '' . New Arrival.—We are always glad to; note* the introduction: of .'fresh faces among-st us, especially when they come to occupy our lands, ad do their part in ad vancing the district The station recently taken up by Mr. i Carpenter of Yarram Yarram under tli title of the "Devon Station," near Barke's morass lias this week changed haris, and has become the property of Mr. Hallett, a well-known settler on the Mebourne side along1 the Yarra Yarra, who ye are informed intends depasturing sheep ;n that untried country, and we wish him eery success. Labor Wantid.—At present there seems to be a demaid for steady, industrious workmen in the Ujper district, especially sawyers, the amouit of wages paid is very liberal. .J - The- GENSus.-jThe population of the lower•:;district ;of Sipps Land has nearly doubled since the tiking of the last Census. We willilay.;the;<Stails before our readers at the;.earliest, opjortunity. i,jiTHE -BLiGHT.WWe are sorry.to repo...

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