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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

SHIPPIN6 INTELLIGENCE. auiuved ("port albert. May. 23.—Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 156 ' tons/. Capt.',-Arthur/; from. Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. May 24;—Glericoe, barque, 1 GO tons, T. Lang, from Launceston, in ballast. Turn biill ancjUCo., agents. May 24.—Harmony, fore and aft schoo ner, 56 tons, Capt. Kennedy, from Sealor's Cove, with timber. May 25.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. w. May 26.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, .E. B. .Wolfe, from Hobart Town, in bal last. Turnbull and Co., agents. • May 26.—Mariposa, schooner, 190. tons, "WV Croucher, from Hobart Town,* passen gers—cabin; Mr. and Mrs. Cromb and four children. W. Croucher, agent. May 27.—Mary Ann, schooner, . 116" tons, G. Graves, from Ilobart Town; - pas- i sengers—cabin; Mis. and Miss Lufcterell.'1 Turnbull and Co., agents. May 27.—H. S.;Page,barque,226 tons, T. Spring, from Ilobart Town. T. Spring, agent. ' ; " CLEANED OUT. M^y 23.—Fair Tasinaniun, 156...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

: ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. , MISCELLANEOUS. In tho House of Commons, on Thurs day night, Mr. Palk proposed a series of resolutions, ^commendatory of Sir John fM'Neill and;, Col. Tullocli, in the conduct of the Crimean inquiry.; As they implied something like :i censure of Government, they were opposed by Lord Palmerston ; but, as they were subsequently modified, at the suggestion of Mr. Sydney Herbert, they received liis .Lordship's reluctant ap proval ; and tho .House resolved that au address to the Crown should be adopted, praying for ' some signal acknowledgment of the eminent services of the Commis sioners. , > , Sir George Grey has withdrawn his Transportation Biil. The public income.from taxes for the year ended 30th September last was £71,348,066, and the expenditure £88,807,47.7; But for the ••year, ending December last the income was £72,218,988, , and the expenditure £82,323,400.. ' We (Athenanim) understand that Go vernment has deckled on sending another Arctic expedition...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 May 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.     Meeting held at the Royal, Hotel, Tar-   raville, Saturday May 23rd, 1857.     Present—Messrs. Tumbull, Neilson,     Howden, Gellion, Hobson, and the Chairman.     Proposed by Mr. Howden seconded by Mr. Neilson, that Mr. Turnbull take the Chair. Carried.     Minutes of last meeting' read.   Resolved that the first resolution of last   meeting be withdrawn.   Tenders were received for clearing the     Yarram Yarram road at the following rates, viz. :—       From Mr. W. Ostler, at 23s. 6d. per chain, Mr. R. Hiho, at 28s., and Mr. D.   Cuddy at 30s.       Resolved that Mr. W. Ostler's tender be accepted.       The Road E...

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HEROIC CONDUCT OF A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

HEROIC CONDUCT OP A | LADY. A New York journal publishes the following account of Mrs. Martha Ann Patten, a young lady twenty years of age, who commanded a vessel frfty-six days, during her husband's illness :— Our readers remember an account taken from one of the California papers, relative to the heroic conduct of Mrs. Martha Ann Patten, wife of Captain Patten, of the ship Neptune's Car, who, during her husband's illness, took charge of the vessel and navigated it safely into San Pran cisco. This lady, together with her husband, who is now so sick that he is not expected to live, arrived in this city in the George Law, and are now stopping at the Battery Hotel. Her story is an interesting and painful one, and shows how much a weak and delicate woman can do when a great emergency calls out her powers. Mrs. Patten was born in East Boston, of wealthy parents, and received an excellent education, and was in every respect tenderly nurtured and cared for. She is now about twenty years o...

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ENORMOUS PIECE OF METAL-WORK FOR THE NEW AUSTRALIAN LINE OF STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

ENQRMOUS PIECE OF METAL-WORK FOR THE NEW AUSTRALIAN LINE OF STEAMERS. A number of tlie Glctsgoio Herald lately to liand gives the following interesting particulars of the moulding and casting of a imbnster piece of work for one of !the new line of steamers to these colonies:—Two years ago a line of steamers was projected, and it was meant that they should he in all respects collossal when compared with all those that had run before them. For these steamers certain castings were required, and several large foundries of England were offered the job of making them, but they were curtly and definitely refused. A Scotch house was offered the job, and the price was asked. " Ah, no," was the cautious reply, "we cannot speak of price yet; let us think whether the work can be done." After a short pause the contract was accepted; but on this condition, that no price should be agreed to beforehand. The work to be done was heavy and, peculiar, and the proprietors of Finnieston Foundry undertook...

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ASSEMBLY, 28TH MAY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

ASSEMBLY, 28th Ma^ 1857 1 ■' The House wet at four 'o'clodlcl'tlie' Speaker in the chair• > !' it1 ■:, STEAM/ POSTAL COSIMUNICATION/j /^ i j' .Mr.Service, introduced af»motion,,re specting the V unsatisfiictory'' niann^r in wilicli the Royal! Mail-'-Stedm'1,CoAiipaiSy! are carrying outthe contract:, iwitlD :the Australian Colonies, but after,;debate^it was;\yithdrawn. ; . . :i , .;.j ; GRANTS ON'PUBLIC LANDS.' ' . . :' Mr. Sargood,- in1 ;purshancc of^notice/ and having ..by permission; of thW:' <HbusK made, an addition! (to •• the:; motion^ (jnovedj as follows ^ ' That, pending^ the'settlement of tlie la[nd'arid':ieda^tionf!..q8ytion^' thisn'House1 deems i it' to * be inexpedient i. to Igraut I any ) further iportion of the;>pubjic i lands, .either) for religious,.017 educational,{Hu-poses,.rsa-j ving as',.regards, the'1 promises, now "in' exikt'enc'eJ • 'l-n ^ '*• u' .'.'JiJ * -dMr;.Michie isaid ifitlie hon.'Sm'over a£;th6> resoJdti(>n;(wo(uld;vconsent'.tO/th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

Q ALE.—The-bld6k'-finyrimpounded-rl6tli-\x=req-\ May,- '1857y and?'.atlvei'.tisecl fas'having S near shoulder,_ has like scar near, side, and'illegible brand off side.""-- '* '•t r A^ERMSBME3STT§.^:. : -steamto:^lb*ourne;:""; 'IiE' Port" Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine v; ? i ■>•/(:!! ir/newi^screAVrirsteameriiiSTOIlM\x=req-\ BIRD,, ft; B. i SSydserff,- jiCommaiiderj! will sail,from,ibbe■.Company'Si'iWliarf for»f'above% Port every Eriday/s'at ;-l<ll a.mfpunctnally:! , Pares—Cabin' £p—Steerage £2,5s. , Preigliii''£2'p,eir"ton.1 •' •'ji' /ixA'll.goodslimmediately-o'n ibeing1 landed are at consignees risk...(;{'! ,or) • . Gold, for shipinent, ;mnstr be (entere,d ^at. the.'Gustonis'b'efore 10 b'clock"A.M'..'oia clay of sailing-. Jo mil i.Por.Preiglit oi\Eassago apply to-——— WM-.;? DOHP.R-Dy}) Manager, ] 74-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan.,, 135^. A N .extraordinary^-General'; Meeting*. of -^♦•shareholders of'the-Port Albert S,team' Navigavion" Company will' be held .at'pqr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. mond store, Red Hill Flat. FiBitv Creek—Mi1. Page, Page's Dispensary, next the Goodvroman Hotel; Branch establishment, near the Bank of Victoria, Avoca. i Beechwoktji— Mr. Hazleton, Watch Makci', Ford-street. Geet,ono—Mr. T. T. Thomas, druggist, Market-square. Cueswick Cheek—Mr. Edward Rand, chemist, &c., Albert-street, and at Daisy JIM. Alma—Messrs Harris and Shawj grocers and drapers, Springs. Asiiby and Steiolitz.—Mr. Mathews, Wholesale Agent, opposite St. Paul's Church. Sandjiuust—Mr. Nelson Jones, chemist &c., Pa]l Mall and Market-square. Foiiest Cheek—Messrs Williams Brothers and Jones, South Wales stores. Launceston, Tasmania —■ Mr. Skelly, I draper, &c., Upper Charles-street. And all chemists and storekeepers throughout the colonies. 29-03 -jVTOTICE.—The reading public are -J-* informed that the following books j have just been received and are now on sale at the Guardian Office, Port Albert. Norman's Bridge Japhet in search of a Fathe...

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ASSEMBLY 29TH MAY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

l.1 ?..i I iJi if '■*- -1. •.]..»• •' fj (* .1 t; 0 .i I* ■jj; AS^S.EMJBLiYjKSijTHjfMAy,4 j-l857.';f)n .'-iTliep (Speakei't'jiookrf ths n Chair- ? a r little' alterjt\vely;e .o'clock, to-day.^ , .t ,Nj j .r POSTAGE",- ON (;NJ3\VSPAi?EllS.-/;r •!>Mri'.Hughes-gave', notice that'ou Wed-f n es'day-he wo ill dmove 111 committee ^of the whole -V'Tliat ; tins House -deems itsexpe-; dientitoj abolish the j ,charge no;w made rxnu the, transmission of newspapers by .post." •. ; HI' '• 1 » ' I ' V I f > ( IMJIIGItA I ION. , , , ( C'Mr. Foster brought -forward ,a .motion respecting* the .'iifaxpMieiioye-oT^sending: any 'money.- hometo.'bn ng ou t ;unm igrant rj: except iO{ fulfil; engagement^, entered*- into, with,those who had adopted the.remittance systenftfr Wring oiit-their fnendSj'and suffi-J cienbto-'iifiroducc^- five' -thousand-siugle-te-' males.'y) T hellion: >member i.spoke/.ui jvery-: high terms oi the remittance system., j->file, considered the / remittance regulations i ...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 5th June, 1857. SYSTEMATIC FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

Canti .^nrtJiany. Friday, 5th.Tuns, 1857; 1 :i SYSTEMATIC FARMING/; i': We are not about to write an essay, on,the rotation of cropSj as we'suppose' the prinoi-. pie of rotation is well understood arid fully: appreciated :.by- every intelligent- farmer. Besides, though the principle' of rotation\x=req-\ may be considered indispensable to successful farming, tlie system of rotation-itself must be regulated iby the practical experi-' ence of each ■; farmer in reference to the land he cultivates. L ; . ■ ' ' The same systematic variation. of crops' will not answer on every description of land, neither has every farmer, the quantity of land in cultivation .which'is' necessary'to; carry out,-in all its details, some of the systoms of rotation which are highly recohi- ' mended, and which', to those-'who-cultivate\x=req-\ extensive farms, may be the most beneficial.: Therefore; we say again; the rotation;'of crops, must: be regulnted by the practical experience, combined with the peculiar ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 27TH MAY. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

! 1 ; ou f. i'•'■••*■ ••■••••'•■■'" Jsiii. oiid,wj ;'^at nOTliNeili^^H^^Y.-11857;): {.an • « Tliei Cyuiitiii1 ro-afesemble'd 'tins' i'dayyat'1 'thrfeiei'ci? tlie»JPre^i'<dent'; tlfSrc'cliai^plI ^ • Y/The' Iatcly'filebted^nembers were s'Syoni? aV^th'eiRtablej and'lmnded ' in their quallfi-'i cations: ^wu3 ;iif'x»obhf bjjftl; awmO ' i.tf/Ph'3 Hon. ' Mr. 'Mitchell'; ainn'oiinccdUiisi acceptance of1' office as '.Postmaster-Gene- > ralji/and ' Stated the ^intentions of1 Govern-] merit in \ reference '.;to»tlie ■; business :'before? Parliament. «1- He stated that the lEstimatest [ would be got through as quickly as p'ossfcj ble, and tliey intended to urge forward the land bill, niiiing on private property bill, and gold-fie;ds management bill, and by .idjourning ibout the middle of July, they could meet again in the middle of August, r.nd liavs the Estimates for next year passed before the cud of the present. Three messages were sent up from the Assembly in reference to the ...

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LANDS OPEN FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

L A.N:i)S. OPEN - POR1SEEEOTION.,, T-h'b Gov'ermieni May,: cori'tains'a '"'Return"'of',-land?' whicli;, can now be; purchased' by-'selectioriy at'' tlie office' oftilie' Commissioner W 'Orowii' Lands and- Siu'veyi LayTrobe-street,' Melbourne,, oia'payment of the ^i'ice affixed toeacli lot." Tlie' lands are aminged-uiider the headings'1 of. the different districts. in-whicli theyare situated; \i:Uiider tlie;head of^' Gipps'Land District," Sve find the following,' which we publish'for'the benefit of our readers',1 Ks: it is not likelyl that many, of them*' have /an opportunity 'of.regularly seeing'the'^oi^ife;'. If any person desires to - make himself acquainted, .with the particulars; ;we 'sliall:! gladly afford him an opportunity of inspect-. th'&: Gazette,] which' will be found at/our' office. . ' .Yarram YaiTam,1 situate from three to; five miles'horthbf :AJlberton, 7 lots, ranging from'SO to,'248lacres.: The two lots ot/20 acres each 'are tp" be had at £3 per 'acre1, and;...

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THE IMMIGRANT BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

I f'i'f XM>77.?jri.-Ol'-jll. v7 , 11 • OttJ iJ- )[s j Some.' ■' months J<a!goj ;;oh: kthe^amval--' of-> a-' -number - of immigrants,VseMousW/iia.vwer#*' jfound-'jfcot j'esulti'h'om ishs-^va'flC'ofVpr&per* acctimmodatiorioifor: ■ bhetn. J >nr^i£>.tae'^6ViM';": wasu' presented •: ifoV fche^GoveriimeWt^bff'thV: subject,' 'find fit'was; proiaise'd "tliaff' tlfe' \ e^P •sho«ld>>1)e^c6m'c<»%aadffeiiil'dMg8^)fiMdg'd"i ibefore^the'nextoim?^^^ jhaSi reason; to i feline ;that,;t]iese pl'oaijses'* jwereisincere,-■wlieff ' Ve?'found that • £t(! 'sitef. |for;^he proposed itiui,ldingi''1iitd' be'en^sle'c^1' j ;ted|i contracts Jfefereddttto•! foi^ the; siipplyl senfciup' for' approval,;?an:d "in' sh'ort: fxiotKiidg'' .Hvanting-;/for-:;life'rcoinpIe)6iot'!bfit1i9;Woi1k^t except a few minutes of "the' valuable fciifie'i of; a; Government'" official;'devoted' t'p-the-! 'examination and approval1 of'1 fchbse' plaSSv1! 'jlShere.-appears,:liowever/$o/;-b^;...

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COUNCIL, 28TH MAY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

i three'. o'qI^cIc/'tlfii".Pi-osido^i c'-iairJ ^"' "' i SSfDrliTieiriiey gave'/a^otics that on"* Tiie's- ' !dayrnextvvo'nlfl'asktMiv'MitcheH "if'it jwas! tlie -'inteit'tion! e&tha •>Gbv,eniinent'>'ti> Scarry out tba 'rocomm'endati«'hs«ic;Si!fcjifc > iC}iief-;Harb»r^Mastj?r,? a^.d,:;t!i8.jpihsr. \v:it besscs wbO ;i .giiv.e_; 6on tlia .com-, nn,ttee.;whfeh .had been ,snth:g;r^r) the,porr.. |po,$e.;.of.exainini!}g.'°iint!C>l.the .capabilities,, j^arijuariib^oljhsi^bo^ • j,.V;' . y.v./j" jf[^iviFi^yk^rllg^Y!?iij'J9K<^ of£; ]iis_ Jnteiir. tiofn tp.tfie/ same■ jd'ay, with reference to Portland _Bay,.I?ort jAlbert, and Belfast harbors. I ( GOVERNMENT, PRINTING.. _ !"'' lTh,6';P.NMy^t,.ai^,6tstiq!e,^_ tJjte' receijp tl o f la;rl'etterM.'fr6m!'1Miv,VF6rWs,L,|'l5ov6ram'ent' !Priii.tferJ'/statittg(f%jajf'!»eu-!Ka'8 ^no®''funds' at bis^clisposal1 to j»a'yLfor li'Uiograplislrequii'cd' iiig; the'bill 'rib .'tairteclMeave• to iW£rodHi:er'6n£th'^r "previous 'day1'1...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

; ] ■ENGLfSH' j'KTELLIC^ A: By ifclje .amvaLOf the..'fine:,.clipper^ship\x=req-\ ■Norfolk in. ■ the. remarkably: short space .of ; sixty-seven .days from -London,..-intelligence from|,Great:; Britain; and .other .nationsi to the'22nd March has been received;-'. The advices by .tins arrival;, are six -davs! -rlatmv .'than.:those; previously to - hand:, by-. the.i Simla. i . ' 'i The British Parliament had-not".been.> dissolved,on.the[22ncT March, ;biit >. it nwas\x=req-\ confidently-: expected \to -take; place ;;on!: the; 25tli,and; electioneering ;was ^engrossing\x=req-\ the attention oi-.V-pioliticiand.*nil?- ;u Lirriiv.? i <. The;. (Ministry; were -entertained1 at 1 a! magnificent banqiiet/ohyliithe-ji'Lbrd'i.andi Lady Mayoress. ofiLondonj.-atwhich Lord ;Balmerstoii; entered;; into' ' an elaborate; ded fenoe of the ^Cabinet, in reference 'to ithei recent proceedings in. Hong- iJCong-rcind" ati Canton,and expressed his; entire-confidence in. theicountiy's;, approva...

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ASSEMBLY, 27TH MAY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

ASSEMBL-y,:2^th jM,a^, 1857.; The House assembled at;foar,.-.o'clock, the Speaker in the chair._ , i ^ ^ •A':]arpre"'number-fa^tet's5 'were lii • . SU- _ ' '■'l The dlii'eVSec're'tary£iakke!d antf7 olitairred leSVeVt'o' Bring^ih '^BilKi® ikii'i jt* ^ \vsis0 tMyS-Y* W (first time/WiVdrthe;secdn'H-,Teadinglnx,ed'TOf iThursday.M'"' 'i!- _ | .ran u>».• '"^ijuTyHdVf opium'.-'■' H ■011' ' • i ; i^he'^CommissiD,iiei;! of '.Tnl'de^and^jSns-; itgms: moved,, |Ipt:a,;iduty,or'te^^ i^hei jtaxj NVOiilcUredlise '.-^2 Oi OOp^to'jS.SOiO <00" p eri 'annum j;./and; tiiv .VJi!HiturtySi-■••uiu. in nifsnw-iiiP. vJ.'v bula^ioa; .th^the, pmne^e (sho uld r (contn b ute to' wards ule "maintenari co, ■ of'the insti-, jfcutions or the country;.jn<\iyfhiqh,//they.. lived. ri Asrtobucco,, was' taxed 'to. Euro i »>. $ itfi/u iosmtumxin'! jjuuji«y:.i •" peans, so;opiBin,w^hiqh ,was considered;a, luxury1/. by'' 't'liej' ^Chin'ese'^ taxeld.-;'''-Theresolution, i?agTee<i''toV&g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

JOB PEINTIUG. Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCI.UDINO POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C,, executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE rpHE undermentioned parties liave been / appointed Agents for'the Gipps'Land Guardian; and; are authorised ' to receive\x=req-\ Subscriptions for this iPap.er:— , ; 7 5 •• - ALBERTON—Mn.. Stead.' MELBOURNE—-Goiidon, Go'tcii, ; and , Co., 99, Collins-street-west;! "•': ; TARRAYILLE—Mki Burn, Royal Hotel. .viv.': TO ADVERTISERS. , Advertisements not exceeding 10 words will be charged Is. 10 words and under 20 - - - - 2s. ' 20 „ „ SO - - 2s. Gd. ' 30 „ „ 40 - - - ,3s. 6di. r;\x=req-\ Advertisements exceeding40 words will be charged as follows• _ V ',' i ,■ > 1 inch - - - - - ' -4s. 6d. ■' " , 2 „ - - - - - 8s. :: fF3 - f 10s. Gd.;; • \ And 2s. wil. be charged for every additional inch for each insertion, A discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on advertisements inserted fo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

iiHUl V''W '•'-- K> ..l/SO S V ,i:9 lbwm§''in(.^1fie' lakV ^plciMcir^ular', issuetl py(1 j&sssrs'; ^er|''is',ja ]6ite! opimoiis of Mi*. /Cajiyo'^ cehti^ptiBlisiiec^' aiiS( 'tliose. d£'}iihs. LMeksT^:\ piarkal-esp'ectmg^tHs' aurifeiqqs' nature ,ibi'; the1 country; of g'old iiave an;iykcl' Jf'rdm the I .Oinso f-'and' tHfe: Nic'hblson.fields; during.'tlie'<V fevorytliin'gviends to prbva; the'truth qf';'onr'' assertions, 'that' tlib'Gipp's'. tLand' country'is about to open to,.us, so me oi _,the richest; fields" we'r:pos&essT^ lseeni al]*t to j be'xlping;-w£&i' tiiereM- One ^yrSM^.mlprins' us%at;they!do iiot'av'eVag^Te^s ihan^fpur, or five bunc'es 'erEcb! :m'an7)veekly " we Miope' the repbrt .is 'correct."1"' /''j_J'I! : .;;Ih&ig'rXnts.!4^T^ Liyerpopljwith 'Goyernmen arrived; at, Port' 'Phi llip Heads .'on**Monday/ lstv'inst.Lj'" aritl'1 ^sio|g]y'yt^»cfplft«* immediately; proceeded wllb 'lind! been5'engaged',to'Iprdceejilip^bis'\x=req-\ Dist...

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NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

NEW LAND BILL. We take tlie following1 summary of the proposed law for managing the public lands of the colony from the Herald of the 25 th. The Bill to regulate the sale and occupation of Crown Lands, which has just been printed, is to come into operation on the 1st July in the present year. After the 1st of July, all the powers hitherto vested in the Commissioner of Public Works and the Surveyor-General, will be transferred to a Board of Land and Works, to consist of not less than three, nor more than five members, the President of which will be liable to retire from office on political grounds, but the other members will not be so removable, nor will they be allowed to sit in the Legislature. The present occupiers of Crown Lands for pastoral purposes, who shall be desirous of obtaining the benefits of the act, must procure from the Board a certificate of occupancy; and the holders of such certificates will have to pay a yearly rent of £25 for every 1000 sheep, or for every 160 he...

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UNITED STATES. INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

UNITED STATES. INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT. The inauguration of the new President, Mi*. James Buchanan, took place in Washington, on the 4th of March, and is represented as having been a very brilliant spectacle. Illuminations and two monster balls terminated the day's festivities. Just before taking the oath of office Mr. Buchanan read his inaugural address. The message was brief and terse. Mr. Buchanan speaks feelingly of the great importance of the restoration of that harmony among the people of the different states of this republic, which can be the only safeguard of our nationality, and the. preservation of our free institutions. lie alludes to the ending of the late political contest, and approves the Kansas and Nebraska acts. The President recommends that the surplus revenue now accumulating in the Treasury should be devoted to objects of a strictly national character, and that such provision should be made that no more revenue be collected than an economical and republican...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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