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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

SHIPPINGINTELLTGENGB.' in-mvei) (pout albert. June 3.—Storm Bird,, p.a.s.n. Col's v : steamer, 75 . tons, J..B. Sydserff,- fi-om /Melbourne-; '• p^ssenffers,^ cabin jiv;''Miss Campbell, . Miss.*, "y^jlUts,^iflM^ssrs. .Berry, Stratton, Wilkinson, ^Ilood,'. Mackenzie, Disher, Bmsch;'and;C,apt:^auldei\:Stee\x=req-\ rage, 14. " ' . CLEARED OUT. . May 28.—Storm Bird, .steamer, 76 tons, J.-B. Sydsci'ff, for Melbourne. May .-SQ.-^-Macquarie, ,:scli'6We^2f-l30: tons, Harrison, for, Hobarfc Town, ■r•May' 30.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 : - tons, -.graves,; foivfl^)art^own;^jEg;5x^ ay 30.—Mari p'osa, schooner, 190 tons, Grouclier, for; Ilobart Town.- '•r«0;--A „rJ^e;l:^H.?S;;Pa:ge 'barc^^ 226^1i6ns>^ ^jSpqn g/:for •Hotert.Towh.;'*»«$' Jir; ;; j,>June;3.:rr-Eclipso,^schocne?^§0: fconb;^) -- B;jt1^olfejvioi: Hcbai'fc/rpwn.-4^J?S •;•, au/H! h m-s- mtfoaTS.u'imii 'v-;t << 2 cases wine, GLbags icagar^'joi^ . free'gop^.,- .)■ n----.;r>s6u(I jrnT: ! br^'Vuit .e^'/U.^vj! *;...

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

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Governor's Visit to Albury.— On the 2'3rd tilt, the Governor lield a levee in Beeehworth, and received a number of addresses. On the 24th His Excellency attended Divine Service in the Church of England School House, and on Monday morning proceeded to Albury by the way of Yacandandah, where he was to breakfast. His Excellency reached Albury on Monday evening. He was met about a mile from town by the principal inhabitants, and very warmly received by the whole community. He visited the celebrated Albury vineyards, the site for the new bridge across the Mur ray, and several other places of note, and expressed himself highly pleased'Nvitli his reception and every thing he saw on the border. He returned to Beeehworth on the 2(3th, on his way to Melbourne. Du ring his visit to Beeehworth His Excellency took a trip to the diggings and witnessed the operations for procuring the precious metal. The enterprise and energy mani fested by the inhabitants of Beeehworth ...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 June 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.               Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tarra-     ville on Saturday, 30 May, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs, Howden, Hobson, Turnbull, and Neilson. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed.       Proposed b y Mr. Hobson, pursuant to notice standing in his name,—" That the road between the south boundary of Reeve's Survey and Tarraville be cleared, together with another portion of the same road, and such steps taken to drain or rise that portion as shall seem desirable when the Road Engineer makes his report upon the same." Seconded by Mr. Neilson. Carried                     It was resolved that the Road Engineer       b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

ADYEllTISE]\£BIsTTS. "VTOTICE.—The reading public are informed that the following books have just been received and are now on sale at the Guardian Office, Port Albert. , Norman's. Bridge. - ' Japliet in search of a Father The Hour and the Man Nan on > ; Chevalier D'Harmental , ! ;Tbe Watchman The Brothers Basset Self, or the Narrow, Narrow World Countess of St. Alban The Dog Fiend Mount Sorel ' : Philip Augustus Agnes do Mansfelt . Sybil Lennard Hochelaga , • - : Eve Effingham ' : Henry Masterfon The Bravo Merkland Dai'Jiley , The Cardinal's Daughter The Heathcotes The Queen's Necklace The Deerslayer The.Sealions ' > Heidelberg . Forest Days ' The Path Finder Jacob Faithful •' Pin Money The Dowager Red Rover f The Two Admirals - . > TheMagician - . The Ward The Knight of St. John , , Russell Letticc Arnold Midshipman Easy • • ; ■ - Castle Avon l-rtdy Evelyn Boiuichamp The False Heir Tlie Convict The Forgery Rattlin the Reefer The King's Highway Sunny Memories Newton Foster...

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ASSEMBLY, FRIDAY, 5TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

ASSEMBLY, Friday, 5th June.,'" The Speaker took his seat at twenty | minutes past twelve o'clock to-day. •, Some notices of motion were given and questions asked. GIPPS LAND ROADS. Mr. Davis said tliat, as lie perceived, under the head of Board of Land and Works, a sum of .£26,000 was placed on tbe estimates, he would withdraw the mo tion of which be had given notice, on the understanding that he should be allowed to bring the subject forward when in Committee of Supply on that portion of the estimates. ; POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. ■ ^ ; The House having resolved itself into committee to consider this question, Mr. Hughes . moved—That it is expedient to abolish the charge now made for the trans mission of newspapers by post. The Hon. gentleman enforced tjhg propriety of affirm-, ing the motion by arguments in ..referencfe' to the duty of Government to aid. in cirr dilating information among the population of the colony, and said that the whole re venue from this import amounted to only ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

t ADVERTISEMENTS. I STEAM TO MELBOURNE,: i\x=req-\ rpi-IE 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'every Friday, at 11 A.arf punctually. . FAiiES-^Cabm.'ii5—Steerage £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton.ri| , j All. goods immediately on_.being*r landed are at consignees risk. , ' ' Gold,' for shipment", mnst,',be' entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. 'on day of sailing.' - ' ' - -- ' For'Freight or Passage-apply to < WM: DOTIERTY, Manager, 174*03 • -Port, Albert,'31st1 Janlyil85G. —. ,,, pif*",1', , TTIDES and Sheepskins wanted, highest -9- price.' W. JAMES,'Port Albert. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. rpHE Immigrants' by..the Black-;Eayle, -*r, from Liverpool, have,: arrived , at .Port Albert, and are now ready for engagement. There are at present, disengaged forty married couples, and thirteen single' men, being agricultural laborers and artisans of variou...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SMUT IN WHEAT. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

' i CORRESPONDENCE;' • i' ■'■i .vsSHi ■ I SMUT IN WHEAT. To the Editor' O/T the .Gipps Land\Guardian Sir,—Having-- observed many articles in' the different journals of the: ^colonies, on . the disease" ,called smut' in, our,wheat crops, .during- my sojourn in. the . colony of upwards of twenty years, I beg1 to offer, a few remarks' on the-subject. 'I -have 'been i more .or less; occupied1 inv agricultural .-pursuits' for ,the> last five ;;and(.tw,enty. years, and at close observer ofi the crops, from the putting forth of, their first germs. to .tlio ripening- of' the' full' ear,' also of their !, diseases, 1 -which. - nccessnryi i< preliminary \ knowledge may be held sufficient to entitle me to,, contribute an . article .'and ,offer. an opinion on tbe subject,rand'which, perhaps, may riot'be altogetheruseless at 'this ' season. 'of- the year!'fto; 'those occupie'd i' in agriculture. - - , ' V ,f* ' "1 shall commence, by -.drawing., a .parallel or analogy betwixt the .v...

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ASSEMBLY, THURSDAY, 4TH JUNE. THE AUCTIONEERS' BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

ASSEMBLY, Thursday, 4th June. THE AUCTIONEERS' BILL. Mr. Hughes asked the Treasurer whe ther the postponement of the Auctioneers' Bill will interfere With those auctioneers :who have paid £25 as the license fee for this present year under the sanction of the votes of this House. , Mr. Ebden replied that lie considered the question to be strictly of a legal na ture. He might, however, say that on 'assuming office he made himself acquainted ' with the exact position of the case, and he gave instructions that on receiving pay ment of £25 only, parties so paying should be distinctly informed that they would have to pay the additional sum of ' £?5, If the Council opposed ihe reduction. The moment he (Mr. Ebden) received information that thp. Council had not, agreed to it, he directed notices to be pre-' parfd, which appeared in the Gazette, telling such persons that they would be called upon to pay the difference, and that the law must take its course. CENSUS. RETURN, Mr. Hainss laid on ...

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COUNCIL, THURSDAY, 4TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

COUNCIL, Thursday, 4th June... | The President took the chair at a quarter after three o'clock, and read the usual form of prayer. ; PRINTING. .The President said he wished to call the attention of the House to the circumstance the late arrival of the notice papers on ■iSiie previous day. He had been reported to .have attributed this to irregularities in the printing office, and had that day re ceived a note from Mr. Ferres, stating that the delay occasioned on the previous day did not rest with him. He could bear tes timony to the painstaking and praiseworthy manrier in which Mr. Ferres discharged his duties. CHINESE IMMIGRATION. Mr. Fawkner, pursuant to notice, rose to move—That a select committee of seven members be appointed to frame a bill to control the flood- of Chinese immigration setting into this colony,, and effectually prevent the gold-fields of Australia Felix irom becoming the^property of the Empe ror of China and of tlie Mongolian and Tartar, hordes of Asia. The Hon. ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED ("PORT ALBERT. June £).—Hugh Roberts, schooner, 95 tons, E. Griffiths, from Newcastle, N.S.W. June 9.—Dobsons, schooner,- 112 tons, , J. Tobin, from Melbourne, in ballast. , June 10.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co.'s steamer, 75 tons, ' J.' B. Sydserff, from Melbourne. cleared out. Nil. imports. - ' .. . June J 0.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; '4 qr.'casks whiskey, 35 bags sugar, 32 pkgs. tea, 3 bags cofl'ce, 1 cask beer, and sundry free goods. I exports. "" Nil. ' ' .. . ■ sailed.;: _ ; ; June, 5.—Eclipse, for Hobart Town. June 5.—Storm Bird, fpiv Melbourne.

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ASSEMBLY, TUESDAY, 2ND JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

ASSEMBLY, Tuesday, 2nd^June. I 'The°HouseJiavihjKMet"at'the usual hour, tBe Speaker in the ch'airV, ' POSTAL CQMMUNICATipN , VIA PANAMA; Mi'.; Foster.[asked .the.iCJIiief Secretary whether an^j.xommimication 'lias; been" re ceived by the.'Governmeht relative1 to the establishment of a line of postal steamers via Panama, and if so whether it proposes to take^ny^action ,thereupon. : rf ,r Mr. Hainbs ■ repliedj- that] he had iari. in terview withrMr. Wetton on the subject, and. the whole .question: was referred : to the Colonial' Conference, now sitting" with .a viewr to its^discussion. GOVERNMENT CREDIT. : Mr. Foster asked the hoh- the Treasurer —What isa the amount standing to the credit of the Government in the several Banks in the Colony this day, and also the outstanding^ liabilities of the Government this day, as. nearly as can be estimated: •' ■ Mr. Ebden replied'that the balance the previous evening" was £25G,990 lis; 6d. that the liabilities mig-ht be estimated at £1,380,630 2...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS.' In the early part of last week, considerable activity prevailed in the Melbourne markets, but towards its close there seems to have been 1 less animation, and prices gave way a little in some descriptions'- of imported goods.- The arrival of the7 mail;, however, 1ms imparted fresh spirit "to importers and higher- prices are again < demanded, especially in brandies and candles and a few other kinds of imported articles. Whether' the advance; will be maintained when the advices are more minutely examined remains to be seen, but in the mean time there appears to be much confidence prevailing in most departments.

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, TUESDAY, 2ND JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA.; : COUNCIL,1 Tuesday,; 2nd: June.: The Council met at the usual.hour,:;and,. in the absence of the President from illness,; the Chairman ot Committees was appointed; to act as President. WARRNAMBOOL, PORT ALBERT, PORT FAIRY,. And PORTLAND. $ Among other "questions, Dr. Tierney asked if it was the intention of the Govern ment to carry into effect the recommenda tions of the select committee in reference to the improvement of Warrnambool harbor. The Postmaster-General replied that it was the intention of Government to expend a sum in the establishment of a lighthouse, and making provision for a harbor master at Warrnambool during the current year; and next year every attention would be paid to Warrnambool, consistent with a due consideration to the other .parts-,of the colony. - . Mr. Fawkner, contingent. on Dr. Tier ney's questions being answered, asked si milar questions respecting the harbors of Portland, Belfast, and Port Albert. Mr. Mitchell said it was no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

JOB PRINTING. Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, at the office '' :L 'NOTICE^ A rpHE, xuidermentioned .parties .liave been appointed. Agents for,the, ^ipps . Land Guardian, and are authorised to ; receive Subscriptions for this Paper:—f „,v; ALBERTON—Mr. Stead. i;h ; i ,; MELBOURNE—Gordo it, 1 Gotch,; xkim Co., 99, CplHns-street-west;; TARRAVILLIP-Mn. OB urn, -Royal Hotel. ^ to Advertisers. A D VERTIS'EMENTS'note'xeeeding 10 word's /Y iwill be charged la. ' >' : • : 10 words and under 20'- ^ . 20 „ : ;; SO-: - 2s.;6d: 30 „ ; 40 T, - '-';3s, 6d... Advertisements exceeding40 words \vill be charged 'as follows':--- ' ' s;' '*• 1 \ ■ 1 inch - - -Us;i6d. .'.xi-.-j -. i 10s. 6d. : And 2s. wil. b'e'ch'arged fori every additional inch for each insertion, A discount of 10 per.cent, will be allowed on advertisements inserted'for'three'months, and 25 per cent...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 12th June, 1857. SYSTEMATIC FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

t&tpps Eantr <@tiavttian, Friday, 12th June, 1857: SYSTEMATIC FARMING. In our last article on\thisj subject we ^en\x=req-\ deavored to:point out the disastrous1 effects of- unsystematic farming. These results were mainly produced,.as'was observed, by\x=req-\ thoughtlessly growingan inordinately large' quantity of ,some particular. kinds of produce, to the exclusion, or almost the exclusion" of every other. Hence the markets! were glutted beyond the possibility of .con-, sumption, and prices fell, and ruin followed. The great teacher, experience, would appear to have had little effect on farmers,' if we are to form our judgment from their proceeding's during' the last season;Du\x=req-\ ring 1855-G the price of. wheat ruled high, while tho prico of oats and hay was comparatively low. ■ Then it. was generally; affirmed to be ruinous to farmers to grow oats.and hay, as: those kinds of produce would not pay, and throughout the colonies there appears to have been an unp...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. Agricultural SrATisTics.-^-The:stu\x=req-\ tist.cs of the agriculture of the colony, in order to be of any use as a'g-uitlc to farmers, should have been 'complete and published before the time; but. from:nthe following, which hits been communicated to the Melbourne papers, it will lie observed that they are not yet compl'ete ' '■ 'f The agricultural statistics taken by the Registrar-General's,department - for this year, although not yet complete, afford some very useful information. The returns for the counties-of Dundas, Follett, Normanby, and Talbot, the districts cf the Ovens, Goulburn, Ben\x=req-\ digo, and Castlemaine are now ^com\x=req-\ plete, and show a very considerable increase in the quantity of land under cultivation as compared with ...last year, [n 1855-56 there were 8761 acres of lanl under the plough in these divisions; in 1856-57 there were 21,501. The yield of wheat this season was 149,317 bushels, as compared with 46,161; of oats, 44,617 bus...

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CAMP MEETING TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

CAMP MEETING TALK. A chap down South went to a j camp meeting, and gives the following amusing account of the disjointed conversation he heard there:— Preaching had not begun, and promenading was in progress. "We took a convenient stand and tried to catch the remarks of the various couples as they went slowly by us. " Yes, indeed," (two girls talking of course,) " and my brother Tom says that Henry Soker brags about the many times he has kissed her right in the mouth, and she never slaps him at all when nobody is by, and I'm sure I should die if people was to talk of me as they do about her—" " Corn is up again, you know, and I shall make at least six hundred barrels, if I make a peck, and consequently—" " What a spectacle this is, to be swah ! Chaw ! Ah wondah if these people—dem'd pooty gul, aint she—build theyah tents owa hiwah men to do it fowah 'em. Must be a gweat boah to—" " Be married in six weeks from last Tuesday. I heard ma talking about it, but. you musn't mention it for...

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COUNCIL, WEDNESDAY, 4TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

COUNCIL, Wednesday, 4th June. ■The''Council having inet, the President took the chair at twenty minutes after three o'clock. . • PUBLICANS BILL. In reply to Mr. McCombie the Post master-General said it was the intention of Government to bring in a publicans bill during- this session. IMMIGRANTS LAW AMENDMENT BILL. The second reading of this bill was' moved by the Postmaster-General. It was intended to remove the liability of masters of vessels bringing more than one Chinese passenger to the colony for every ten tons burden of their ships; but the £10 per head was still-continued.' ' ' ' :Mr. Fawkner moved amendment that the bill be read a second time that day six months. Debate ensued and the amendment was adopted. The Bankers' Drafts Amendment Bill was read a second time and passed through committee, and the House adjourned.. ASSEMBLY, Wednesday, 3rd Junb. The House met at four o'clock, the Speaker in the chair. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. Mr. Owens moved—That in the opinion of this Ho...

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ENGLISH DOMESTICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

ENGLISH DOMESTICITY. Born in a harsh and wet climate which keeps him in doors whenever he is at rest, and being of an affectionate and loyal temper, he dearly loves his house. If he is rich, he buys a demesne, and builds a hall: if he is in middle condition, he spares no expense on his house. "Without, it is all planted; within, it is wainscotted, carved, curtained, hung with pictures, and filled with good furniture. 'Tis a passion which survives all others to deck and improve it. Hither he brings all that is rare and costly, and with the national tendency to sit fast in the same spot, for many generations, it comes to be, in the course of time, a museum of heirlooms, gifts, and trophies of the adventures and exploits of the family. He is very fond of silver plate, and, though he have no gallery of portraits of his ancestors, he has of their punchbowls and porringers. Incredible amounts of plate are found in good houses, and the poorest have some spoon or saucepan, gift of a godmoth...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 June 1857

AMERICA. It is stated that positive information has been received in Washington, to the effect that Brigham Young- and his crew haveT burned the United States archives, court records, and 900 volumps of law books, in' Utah territory, and that they have demanded the appointment of one of two schedules of federal officers, both headed by Brigham Young- for Governor,' with; the avowal of the purpose of driving; any other out, of the territory by force-of arms'.'. The United States' officers in the territory: found it impossible to enforce the'laws, and' even their lives are in-: danger. : Brighani' Young rules as an autocrat, and; no! man's\x=req-\ life.' is - safe who may 'fall under'his displeasure. The non-Mormon portion of the' inhabitants are not protected."Murdei-," writes the, Hon. W. W. Drummond,. Uni-: ted States Supreme Judge in the, territory,* " is a common thing here, and Mormons' cannot be punished with a Mormon jury,' witnesses and officers, and a Governor to pardon. A m...

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