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POETRY. MY BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

POETRY. - MY. BOYS. BY ANSON" 0. CHESTER. ' The eldest'has" riot finished yet • . .. The-third of: life's young-years; - - His eyes are blue as violets, ; And bright as evening's tears; His hair, is golden as the beams, < ■■ That usher in the dawn, And softer than the tassels are That plume :the golden corn: His voice is sweeter .to my ear I Then lutes or,woodland streams; r, | It rings amid my cares by day, •hi And echoes in my dreams. a. He has a hundred pretty ways, Which Tdelight to see;. I love him next'to' Hetiven and her : AVlio gave' the child: to me.r • > And. when.'he nestles to. my .heart,' ■■; • $ And calls me by my name— ; The only name he knows for me— I sigh no more for fame. But think that having such' a'gem i r.i'TOiWear upon my,breast,v.'T'V' V; Contented should I be to'leave - : ■The chaplet for the'rest. ■ - 1:- ; ; i My other darling's little life ' In months is counted yet; ' , i)l; His eye is lustrous as a star ■ And black as burnished jet?. , Hi...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 8th May, 1857. STATE OF SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

<®ipps It an if <35uarUtan| Friday, 8t.h May, 1857. STATE OF SOCIETY. Throughout-the world the-features of society present-a discouraging1 aspect;. A loose rein appears . to: have -been given-to rlie evil instincts of human nature/ and the worst passions to have had .unrestrained license. Crime is ■ everywhere' rampant, :ind pervades all classes of "society .* * 'No station is now altogether exempt. V Ev'ery ^•rade, .from the hig-liest. to the,lowest;.-is fainted with the.prevailing' criminal mania in some of its members. ' ' In Great, Britain, during1 the; Inst j'.eaiy we have seen members of- - Parliament, bankers, members of the medical 'profession, merchants, teachers, private . citizens,,,and the lowest dregs of-society; included: in the criminal category,-and, according'- to every principle of justice and equity, tlie highest in the scale of civilization and • refinement is the greatest criminal. But, evenleavihg. the abstract principle of justice and equ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

VARIETIES. Immediate Cure—The Aloe—f<A genus of plants belonging to the natural order Asphodeleee, and included under Hexandria Monogymia of Linnaeus," is of common growth in this island, and flourishes in the open air. The plant, indeed, is of luxuriant growth, attains a considerable size, and might be made useful for defensive hedges, as is the case in tropical climates, if farmers and others so willed it. To many other uses it is capable of being advantageous ly applied, but we have to refer to it at the present moment, and confidently to recommend it, as a certain and immedi ate cure for burns and scalds. Itgives us pleasure to make this announcement, hoping that a knowledge of this proper ty of the plant may be generally promul gated, and be resorted to as a relief and cure in cases of accidental scalding or burning. A few weeks past we wit nessed the extraordinary effect of the ap plication of the aloe in the ease of a badly scalded foot; the cure was imme diate—tha...

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IGNORANCE AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

IGNORANCE AND CRIME. Eveiiy man who speaks or. writes on the subject of-crime associates ignorance , arid criminality in'the order of cause arid effect.; "And there is no axiom of whose truth we -are i more firmly persunded; :Orime pro ceeds from ■ ignorance as certainly, as the corrupt fountain sends forth putrid streams, and ,the!cases in which criminals are found; itof-haye received • some sort of education ;;are only exceptions to a general rale. - It is, then, our 'solemn duty to see to. it: that the rising generation in this lovely, land shall not grow1 up in barbarous ignorance' ito disgrace themselves and their country, •in after years by the commission of revol-. ting crimes. As the Coroner said, when' summing up the evidence in the case of •Mr.: Price;—" We have the means in our power, by education, to remedy the disor dered actions in society which- ,lead to, crime; and if we neglect such means, we shall deserve the consequences." We said, on a late occasion, that while •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

T ETTERS detained for postage at;the: Post *■' j . Office, Port Albert. ■ ' ■ ..■'■/.i.' 1 ...Petersen,,Mr." Cornelius,: Westerland, 8d. Spurr, Mr. Thomas, Port Albert,' 3d. ' ; < . , J. FERRIS, Postmaster.! ADVERTISEMENTS.. , ,;i STEAM TO MELBOURNE, T^HE Port Albert Steam Navigatipn. Company's.fine new. screw sterimer , STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydsei^r,GommaA(ieiVW\rill' have immediate despatch after arrival:for. above port. . ■ Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton. All goods immediately on .being , landed are at consignees risk. , , 'Gold, for shipment, must be' entered5 at ..the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. Fori Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, . 174*0.3 : :: Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. MAIN CENTRAL ROAD. fpENDERS will be received until 11. o'clock, a.m., on Tuesday the 19th instant, for the construction of a Timber Bridge over Merriman's Creek, at Strad broke, according to plans and specifications to be seen at the Centra...

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OLD FAMILIAR PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

• OLD FAMILIAR PLACES. We talk of " old familiar faces," And love them warmly and sincerely; But there are old familiar places, That cling to us almost as dearly. Say, who among us, with a heart Where feeling's holy sunshine falls, J Can bear, untouched, to turn and part From even long-known household walls?— Walls that have echoed to our pleasure, '; Walls that have hidden us in grief, ' <,■ Been shaken by our dancing measure,. , . And garnished by our Christmas leaf. The chairs, that we have drawn around ' The twilight fire, with friends beside us, , ■" : When in that tiny world we found , The peace the larger world denied us. The table, where our arm has leaned, And held our brow in pensive thinking, . ■ .; ■ The cosy curtain that has screened When north-east draughts have found us thinking. Oh! are there not some hearts, that ever A tint of love from these can borrow; And when they say " Good-bye," can never Take the last look without deep sorrow I And how the spirit ...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

u—'— sale. r ; ' A range' of /jbtiil'diii gs stored ''at Mewburn Phi-k,;tlie1 i-esi^6nce .of^' John son, bii'i'nt,'Mn:'JTlinrsday'"night. April 23rd. TIMvo ciornof^'rloae ]S estimated at A.orii £1500 to £2000.- .The, cause .of the fire is not known. . , . * i, if% '){■ WcVtf&f -:-'l . ..j A veiy painful circumstance soccurred on Sundaythe;26th ult.: sit*appears that (the wife of a:shepherd living1 at , Sandy .Greek, near-Providence Ponds,-missing one. of; her children: went in..: search, of/it,; but ..neither she or,:the child', has , since; heenr.heard' ofl A strict. search .of.ithe neighbourhood- has been. made, but without success. . , :5.<;About.!tliree!weeksrago the house (for merly licensed) -.occupied -'by: Mr:; ••Burnett, at Stratford; was - broken.iintO 'iduring i-,the night,"and about ;f£2Ur! extracted :-frotm the pockets of the wearing apparel .of;:the sleeping .inmates;,; ;The robber> next day lured, a horsejfrorm some .-sawyers'working snear Stratf...

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COST OF REARING AND FEEDING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

COST OF REARING; AND FEEDING PIGS. In the annual report issued by .the Uni- I ; ted States'Patent Office we find,the follow •• ing'in reference-,to-the.post .of- rearing ,and feeding pig?:— ' . .We .find ;nine very short extracts from ' ^correspondents' letters, as the sum total of the report upon swine in this country. " " In Cherokee County, Ala., it is stated i that pork can be, raised for five cents; a 1 pound, and sold for six or seven cents,-and cost cents- freight;to Charleston, S. C." . ; In Fayette • County, Ind., Alex. .Heron says■, • "The-cost of rearing a,, hog- for ..market may. be estimated, as; follows—- , . ; For seven bushels.of icorn at ,30 ...... cents'*. . .. . ... 2 .10 ,For 'three months''pasturage, 1 /' ; , on clover, from 1st SepiiemA' , . • _['r her 'to-ist!'December ' 0()50 For eighteen bushels rif • cornj for ■ :'fattening,'at:801 bents'1 •' ■' '5 40 ' ; 1 Total.. . . . J $ 8.0 Average weight, 250 lbs.>!at 6 cents, is equivalent' to selling corn at 60 c...

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LEPROSY AMONG THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

.LEPROSY AMONG THE CHINESE. -;! Some weeks ago we published what was : then considered alarming- intelligence, that leprosy existed among the Chinese at the ..diggings. A controversy afterward arose respecting the disease described as leprosy, and.while one party persisted in affirming its presence, another party refused to be lieve that the disease was here at all. On a late occasion Dr. Preshaw presented his "quarterly report of the sanatory condition of the Municipal District of Castlemaine, in which he makes the following state ment :— "lam glad that an alteration has made us more afraid than hurt, in reference to the cholera, but I still warn you that there > is leprosy in the camp, and am confirmed -in this by the opinion of a number of medi cal men, who have had ample opportunities of judging. I beg leave to give a few ex tracts from their letters :— Dr. Hutchinson : Number of cases in hospital, one . Lepra, four Elephantiasis. Am of opinion that the disease is not con tag...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. Vine Growing.'—pltis'nowah establishedJ fact' that1 wine 'of' first-rate ' quality -can lbe« produced tin New' Souths'Wales, arid' 'we. believe that there is little do'ibt!: that the colony of Victoria is 'still1 ^better - adaptor!1 to the growth of the ;virie. -As far as the; fruit-itself,;isvconcerned,'the fact is undis puted that it' comes to 'great?-perfection in this climate, and time alone is required -for the 'spread of1 the vihfe:to'v6r our hills and valleysi The-'fruit is- most healthy arid5 'refreshing, and its -culture' 'would-..-prove1- a scource of profit to hundreds who have1 farms or even patches of ground!' ever so small. In Europe, some of tlie best wine, is made from grapes grown on the debris of quartz ; and we see no reasons why the' vine should not flourish on the quartz hills around our township. New, unbroken ground is the best for vines, and no ma nure would be required for years. Fre quent turning over the earth so as to bring down the...

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MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

! • MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF • ■ ! COMMERCE. ■ The annual meeting of the members' of> the 'Chamber of Commerce was lately, held' for the. reception of the report' of1 the Committee for the past year,, and the'election of committee and officers for the year ensuing-. Mr. jMcCulloch, M.L.'A., ^president of the chamber, delivered' the; customary ad dress previous to retiring-:: from t office,- tin': which occur the following - passages. ; In reference to the glutted state of the ware houses in , Melbourne,: caused by excessi ve , ■ exports, .the President remnrks One • of ith'e ;great jbarriers raised;from time to time against the stability of com-', merce in this colony,is 1 lieexcessive>im-• ,ports that have itiepn poured in upon-us from all cmarters of/the. woi-ld, and I re- , gret that'I am. at. this' time compelled . to allude to our. stocked "markets.. The exports in 1854 were . '.£17,742,990 ■ „ :i855' . i2,C07,'939. ,, 1856 J,,' . 12,908,937 Exhibiting!..an- increase:.iri^^ ....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Meeting held at the Royal Hotel Tarra ville, on Saturday the 2nd. May.   Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Mc Kenzie, Hobson, Howden, Flynn, Neilson, and Turnbull. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. A petition was presented by Mr. Flynn from a number of inhabitants resident in the parish of Woranga and Tarraville, praying the Board to take into considera tion the propriety of making a road de scribed therein. Mr. Flinn proposed that the same be taken into consideration, at the next meeting, seconded by Mr. Neilson.   Carried.       A communication was read from the Public Lands and Survey Office, in answer to letter No. 20. A tender was opened by the Chairman from H. B. Thomas. Esq., proposing to execute a Map of the lower district of   Gipps Land. Proposed by Mr. Howden, seconded by Mr. Neilson that discussion upon this subject be postp...

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DR. JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

D.R, JOHNSON: " ' ' . Before the young man left tliei University, liis hereditary malady; Had broken - out..in': a singularly! cruel form. Hp had become an* 'incurable hypochondriac;* He said long-after,..that lie. had'been mad all his life, or at' least not perfectly: sane; • and, in truth, eccentricities less strange than his have often been thought suf ficient grounds for '- absolving fe lons,- and setting1 aside wills. ' His /grimaces;.-,;his gestures,., and, .his: mutteringSi" ■ .sometimes;' diverted and • sometimes terrified ■ people | who did not know him. At din-1 ner table he would, in a fit of ab sence, stoop down and:twitch-olF' a lady's shoe.;' He would• amaze a1 drawing-room by suddenly eja culating ,a. clause of the .Lord's i •Prayer, n i: He would : conceive; an unintelligible aversion to • a par ticular alley,, and perforin a great, circuit rather than see the hate ful place.^.^ He wo did set his] hearton. tou^iil^^ the,.]'streets |lirougl^ I-Rallied. .'^|;l^by;. any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. JETollowai/s Pills * arc ■ the best remedy ultnovm in.the worldfor. the.following •},u' * ' '' Diseases:— t * 'J f L ' > . ' V ) < t t Ague . Infiam'alion Asthma Jaundice . . J / f i Bilious Complaints Liver Complaints ,'j I 1 ' ';<•«> i «.jn 1 i> r > Blotches on,, ithe; .Lumbago^- Lh skin , 1 Piles >' > • V Bowel Complaints' Rheumatism i . > j , / i t 'i / 'i ; .,-Colics .. t. Retention oftJJrine , Constipation of the • Scrofula'or Kin'g's : Bowels' Evir,i,;?°: ' Consumption Sore Throats Debility Stone^and Gravel Dropsy • " -; Secondary Syinp Dysontry tpms' _ j Erysipelas Tic-Doulouroux Female" Irrcgu-fTTumours larities . i i".' Ulcers/:i: r. / > Fevers of all kinds' •* Venereal • " !A ffec Fifs ' ' ' ' tio'ns '** ' Gout Wormsdf all kinds J-Jcad-ache. , ' . Weakness, from Indegestion whatever causc &c.,' Sic. AGENT FOR GIPPS-' LfA'ND/ ■ Mil. J. Feruis, Guardian Officc, Port Albtjrt!1 ■ ' ' ' 'i >'*'-88-03 " Fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

: JOB PRINTING- ' '' .Every Description of Letter Press Printing • IXCI.UD1XO POSTERS, HAH1D-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, ! executed on the shortest notice and on tlie , . MOST REASONABLE-TERMS, . AT THE OFFICE ' ; - -mf • :,v; 'NOTICE;. ; , Vlisca >'l }!,'»! ; hr}i,ii\l'},\'\W, '•( >5. A. frpHE unclei:menti;6necl' parties, have ;be,en s appjtfmted-^^ente/jF^ (G^ipp^ {jtinnii Giiardian,^ andvarjBf[authorised to. receive Subscriptions, foribliis. ^aper, <,_(J■..,,■, <, ALBERTON—Mr. Stead. . MELBOURNE—Gordon. .Goxch, and .CI J cit f..>.I A-"'.; Jx :>'iU- J Co., 99, CollinsTStreet-west. TARR'AY'IiLLE—M'n.-! -Bu-rnV »' Royal Hotel.1- ■' •'1 ' ■ TO,' advertisers.'. ,iiA! D.VJCRTlSIiMENTS not exeei-dingilO word* r\ ....will be.charged Is.. - > , . .■ r -lOi wordsiand under; 20 '-'' -'"-h - .2si 1 < 20 30 - - - ,2s, fid. 30 ' ■> » ",40'- - - '3 . 6(1.'' . Advertisements exce'eding40 words will be (.barged as follows:—i' ". •&amp...

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FORMATION OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

': FORMATION OF ■ 00Alb.' i' With regard to' the formation of .coal, geologists arev< by'no 'means ' agreed,' nor "cto tlie - facts kof-the' science yet: warrant-, a-dog.-; matic decision. Some twenty or; tliirty years ago|! the 'subject was a favorite one witli writers 011 geology, the most positive .views being; generally put - forward .by those who had the least practical acquaintance ^ Ayith,sq,the.. «,-siibj ect. ^iij.esaminmg.saiid ■itds'easyK : to ^perceive,1 from their 'texpure • aaid^ tompositidn> . that one'time^ha^'he^ respectively' loose' sancl' and';miid^ bornei] dcwnKbyvirand;; deposited from,; water ; ; 'but;> i the case t is sSffie^EMdiTOreiife mt^l.^Beds^of coal.. This mineraLbeing chibfly composed,!: of> i carbon,; hyclr ogeh 3 and oxygen—-the same elements (though, .differing,, in prqportion) which entem of plants—and revealing in- its mass eHadehces of vegetable struc ture,; no 'ctoul^t; is ^entertained of its organi'o; origin.. / ^ But whethe...

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ANOTHER CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

ANOTHER CHANGE. Another ' change, of Ministry has! taken place, arid the public business.of , the Colo ny is once more paralysed. Another month or two will. be' lost, the projected public works .cannot be •- commenced, rail ways are shelved, while, it is much feared, many of the public works in. progress -will languish because the estimates are not yet passed for their continuance or completion; and the unsettled state.of the Government will unsettle men's minds]: and . probably deter some from commencing contemplated improvements,;. and-prevent. others from proceeding with projected enterprises, so that on the whole .we augur evil conse quences to the colony • from protracted par ty warfare. ■' ! '''-V , We do not. like to indulge in-gloomy forebodings—much rather would we re joice in ;the bright, prospects which should always be present to the mind when we think of the future in this colony—but stern and practical realities are; staring us in the face, and■ ■will • not yield to po...

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MR. FELLOWS AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

MR; FELLOWS AT ST; K1I.DA. On tlie evening of; the i4th Mr. Fel lows -met the- constituency; of the St.: Kilcla electoral district at the Junctioni Hotel, for the purpose1 of affording- ex-; planations as to his?political career, and, obtaining his re-election to the vacant; seat in-the £ Assembly.: • After a little tilting match, Mr. Kerr took the chair, : and amid much confusion introduced the Solicitor-General. (" The Friar of: Orders Grey," and laughter.) Dur ing the speech 1 of Mr. Fellows there were vollies of groans, cheers, and other noises, and at the conclusion of the address, three cheers were called for Mr. O'Shanassy, which were given with hisses and groans intermingled. After Mr. Fellows had replied to some questions, Mr. Loader moved a want of confidence motion, which was not seconded, after which ensued a tremen dous scene of confusion and uproar.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. , Crown Grants.—The following notice has been issued with reference to the fees payable on delivery of Deeds of Grant, a.« directed by tbe Regulations of 2nd May, 1853, viz:— On each Grant not exceeding 50 acres £1 0 0 Above 50 and not exceeding 300 acres 15 0 Above 300 and not exceeding 640 acres 1 10 0 Notice is hereby given tbat henceforth a double fee will be charged on all Grants which remain unclaimed in the Treasury twelve months after notice of their prepa ration has appeared in the Government Gazette. Deeds of Grant now in the Treasury will become liable to a double charge on and after the 1st October next. Deeds of Grant are held for delivery by the Treasury at the sole risk of the grantees, and the Government will not be responsible for their safety. Hill Sinking.—A gentleman has in formed us that he lately bottomed a hole on the Omeo at the depth of 26 feet, and that the stuff when washed yielded 6 dwts. Assessment on Stock.—It is notified in a Supple...

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MESSRS. MICHIE AND MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 May 1857

MESSRS. MICHIE AND MOORE. A public meeting of the friends and supporters of Messrs. Michie and Moore took place on the evening of the 4th in stant, in the Olympic Theatre, Mel bourne. The meeting had been called for seven o'clock, but by six the doors were literally besieged, and on their being opened the theatre was filled with a rapidity perfectly surprising—galle ries, pit, and stalls being crowded to suffocation. As soon as the house was filled a va riety of noises,.mingled with questions, witticisms, cock-crowing, whistling and shrieking cbmmenced and was kept up without intermission till the retirement of the candidates, which took place at nine o'clock. An;attempt was made to . appoint a chairman, but whether appointed or not could not be known, as all was dumb show1. However, the meetingwas opened, and various gen tlemen appealed to the meeting to hear the candidates, but their appeals were disregarded," and uproar reigned supreme. Whenever Mr. Michie appeared he was assaile...

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