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ASSEMBLY, TUESDAY, 9TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

: -ASSEMBLY,'Tuesday, 9th June., 'The (Speakers 'having-, taken. tlie:chaiiy. Mr: Moorei laid :returnsn-elating;.ito.itlie .Railway Department on the table. ■ , - REPRESENTATION OT ELECTORS. ; , Mr. Duffy gave notice that, on Tuesday he would move a series of resolutions re^ ilating to the more adequate and t equal re presentation of the colony, in the House of Assembly, and for increasing- tlie number of members to 100. . , ■ , . 1 , innkeepers' licenses. , i > I • j;Mivf Hug-lies gave notice that" on -jthe morrow he would ask' the Hon;! the'Trea surer whether it was1 the intention- of ■ the Government to collect the license-fee from the licensed innkeepers; and, if so, whether they;would collect the whole amount. " Mr. Ebden 'would answer the question at once. With the experience of the auc tioneers' licenses before him, lie.thought it right to decide that the extreme license-fee now charged should he received. ' But if the hill to he brought in passed, into law, the sum plus t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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THE WRECK OE THE JOSEPH SOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

THE WRECK OE THE JOSEPH SOMES. , One of the passengers by this ill-fated vessel, Mr: Richard Henry Davis, lias handed to us a Cape paper, the Argus', containing a narrative of the-destruction of the ship by fire, and the saving of the lives of the whole of the passengers and crew. The Joseph | Somes, of London, was a barque of 7 SO tons register. She sailed from the East India Docks, for Melbourne, on the 15th December, 1856, under the command of Captain Elmstone, with the following passengers :—In the cabin : Mr: and Mrs. EE. Goodall, Mary Ann Goodall, Harrison II. Goodall, Edith Goodall, Mrs. Helen Elmstone, and Richard Burnell. Intermediate: -Francis Maybury, Susanna Tipping, George Overton, Rebecca Overton, Richard H. Davis, and Mrs. Davis, Donald William Eorbes, 'George Slyth, Elizabeth Pearson, Henry Pearson, John Pearson, Frederick Pearson, Edward Pearson, Charles Pearson, Elizabeth Pearson, Alfred Pearson, and Susanna Pearson. On the morning of Ash Wednesday, the. 25th Febru...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. Soutii Australian Flouii.— ,The South,Australian Ilegistar, writing' on the 5th June, estimated the quantity of flour available lor export at that da to - at 51 G,8J39; tons. The . total quantity of land under, wheat' in 180G-7<.was 102,011 acres, and1 the average yield only sixteen' bushels to' the acre, I y, - 0 Ltjichaudt.—'It appears that some doubts stilliexist at Moreton Bay respect\x=req-\ irig':tlu(!.tnith of t,lie-statement inadeiby.thu blacks; respecting tlun massacre of'.;Leic\x=req-\ hafdt and his party.; . and if the belief of their; continued; existence do r.ot actually prevail; there;,lingers a faint .'. hope that tliey may be alive. . Flood at Buishanh.—A great flood prevailed at^ Brisbaiie on t.ho 21st-, 22ntli and 23rd May. The like flood'lias not been; there! du ring', the last fifteen• years. . [n- South'. Bnshaiic.-boa'tsr.were ..plying all .over!the town, and,in North ^Brisbane the water >rose to the > tops of • the .door...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

ENGLISH INTELLIGE NCE. MISCELLANEOUS. .Emigration . to . Australia.— A Parliamentary paper has just been, issued, respectirigv the Emigration to , Australia, whicli had been moved for by. Lord. Goderick during1 the late session of. Par-' liament. The Times gives the: following: summary of its contents:— • . ; ' : " The balance of money at the disposal of' the Emigration Commissioners^ for; emigration to Australia amounted at the. ' close of; 1853. to; $191,400;:. The total receipts were £214;'50p,'"and the total pay-, irients •£330,100y.'20,653'emigrants were: sent out last year, making , a grand total; since 1846 of;211,236 souls. The grand total' payments amounted during that' pe riod to £3,109,700. The average cost, of each statute adult last year was .£15 19s. 10d., against ;£17 18s. 6d. in' 1855,'£21 17s. 4d. in 1S54,"£20 ISs. 7d. in.,1853,' £10' 16s'.'lOd. in-1'852, £13 12s.'; lid. in 1851', and ,'£12 •■.13s;"ScV." in the year 1850., On1 'the^Snd1. ult. ■ tliere ..were' 8,450 ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT. • 'Juno 13.—Pair /;Tasmanian,' schooner; 150 tons> GapfcrArtlriuyfrom (EobartTowi), : in ballast. Tumbiill and; Co;,- agents, h •• Juno 13.^Macquarie/;' sclidpncr><;130; tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. June 17.—Storm Bird, r.a.s.n. Co.'s steamer, • 75 ■ tons, '■ JriB.^Sydscrff^.from. Melbourne. Mrs. Davis, Miss Bath, Messrs.1 McMillan, and Leadbeater. Stee\x=req-\ la go, 13. June 18.T-Glencoe, barque, n160, ,tons, T. Lang," from: llobart Town. ' Turnbull and Go., agents. 11 14 u/> . '• ° ' ' . ( )' ! i 'I,-' ( 1 1 <! 11 . t June 18.—Caroline, fore., and, ai'f: schooner, from Melbourne, in ^ballast. t* cleared out. . ' ■ < ! June 12.—Storm Bird,' steamer,'75, tons, J; B.Sydserfl/ for Melbourne. "f;,. ^ June 13.—Dobsons, schooner, 112. .tons,' J. Tobin, for Launceston.1. , June 10.—Macquarie;; schooner;. .130 tons, G. Harrison, forHobart iTowriii iv i>« >; June 1...

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GREAT FIRE IN COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

GREi^T FIRE IN COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. I W e regret to have to record one of the most'' serious- fires which has happened in Melbourne since the disastrous period of 1854-5,-—we refer, to the total destruction of,.the, immense, stores so., lately (Completed ■by" Messrs. "William . tEasey-iand: Go.y; in Collins-street west.' The' origin of the fire ! is'ehvoloped in'-tlie (usual 'rnystory. -''One thing- is certain, that on the night- in question, Nicholson, the istorenian;-was absent, and did. not turniup' till! day-light! Meanwhile, great, anxiety.'vwasf/felt :as to (his safety,' for.itnvas/eared-.he bad.'perished in the flames.' The premises: consist of capacious offices fronting-1 Collins-street, and one ofjthe! most'extensive: stores •-in Melboui-no immediately (behind:.'; At* .tho • :time of the fireithe s'tore iwas filled;/wi tlugoods; to the value of £35,000 to £40,000, and, with' some- inconsiderable:;.exceptions,: have, bo,on wholly,,destroyed;!i!- The fire scorns, to;*,h...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 June 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held June 13th, 1857.     Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Turn   bull, Howden, and. McKenzie.       Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed.         Mr. McKenzie gave notice that at the next meeting he will move that the remaining portion of the Port Albert Water Road be cleared.   The Chairman gave notice that at the next meeting, he will move that the crossing place over a creek in Loughnan-street be repaired. The tenders for constructing the proposed     new bridge across the Tarra Rivulet were taken into consideration, and it was resolved that Mr. J. Carpenter's be accepted. The tenders for constructing a timber   approach to the new bridge were taken into consideration, and it was decided, that Mr. Searle's tender be accepted.    

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

job printing; Every Description of Letter Press Printing INOLUDISO POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice, and on.the most reasonable: terms, . AJ THE, office , ; ' !|' Wf1 ^ ! 1VJ,;" • npHE undermentioned' parties-li'ave-been appointed-Agents for-tlie Gipps'Land Guar di an,\ and , are. ■ aiitliorisecl ,toreceive Subscriptions for this Paper.. . ,:r. ALBERTON—Mr;. Stead;' -K '■ "y MELBOURNE—GonDON^GoTCHj'And . ;Co., 99, Opllms-streetrwest. ; ;TA.RRAiYILLE—Mb. ; Burn,,; Royal - Hotel; <(ii;Ji;r.';i fi . 'T^O' k'DVERTIS ERS; 1;',; ri A DVRRnjl,S;RMENTSDot:exeeeding;10lwordB r\ ,\vill;he charged 18. ( , ,• • ..j.:/ . 10 words arid under 20 - * - 2s. ' 20-•' ,;-;u 30'--:^^- 2s;Gd."! < SO.; : .1 i i!40 .. 3s. 6d. . ;; . Adv<jrlisements exceeding40 words will be charged as follows ' ' 1' inch — 4.". 6d. P :2.. _--.8s. ] ■ . 3 - - . - - - - - 10s. Bd.' And 2s.' wil. be charged for' every additional inc...

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THE COMING COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

THE COMING COMET. Serious apprehensions have been circulated, though probably not felt, respecting the effect of the forthcoming comet upon the earth should it come into contract with the sun. In reference to this subject the following extract from Facts and Figures may prove interesting. " The Coming Comet—Is the Earth in Danger?—In the month of February, 1556, a large comet appeared, equal in magnitude to half a full moon. It remained visible for about two months, and disappeared in the constellation of Cassiopeia, very near to the sun. It was by this comet, historians tells us, such great consternation was created in the mind of the Emperor Charles the Eifth. Astronomers in all quarters of the globe are now on the " qui vive" for its reappearance;; but as most of the observations of the sixteenth century were'necessarily crude and incomplete, the elements for calculating its path and period of probable return have hitherto been looked upon as scarcely sufficient to allow of an as...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ahhivbd (pobt albeiit. June 24.—Mary Ann, schooner, 110 tons, Gr. Graves, from Launceston, in ballast. Turnbull and Co, agents. Cr-BAIIED OUT. June 23.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, for Iiobarfc Town. IMPORTS. Nil. EXPORTS. ' : June S3.—Glencoe, for Hobart Town ; 75 Lead cattle and 35 calves. SAILED. June 23 — Glencoe, for Hobarfc Town.

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 26th June, 1857. OUR MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

tpps 2Untf an, Friday, 26 th June, 1857. . , , OUR MAIN IIOADS. ' Wh learn that at last a contract has been entered into for .clearing- the. main road to • Bruthen Creek.' Those who are' familiar with the line of. country traversed by this road, will agree with us that it is more ■ than doubtful whether, now that so much rain has fallen, it will be possible for the contractor to complete his work this winter. For a considerable distance along the line tho:soil is such that every hole made in it will, at this season of the year, fill with wateiyand the axe cannot be very efficiently applied to invisible roots. It is said that tenders were sent into the Central Road Board, in time for the work to have been completed before the wet weather set in • if so, the delay in accepting- them is unjust 'to' the contractor, into whose . calculation this additional obstacle to the completion of the work did not enter, and upon whom it must necessarily entail additional expense, and is also produc...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

SALE. On Monday evening last, the members of the Sale Literary Association, gave their first amateur performance in the large room of the Royal Exchange Hotel. The evening's amusements commenced at 8 o'clock with Mr. O'Callaghan's farce of " The Married Bachelor, and perhaps a more suitable light farce could not have been chosen. The chief character—Sharp —was admirably acted by Mr. Pearson, and well supported by Messrs. McGhee, Giddes, Whitburn, and Smith. Amateur, performances in all large cities, generally secure the services of actresses, I and are, therefore, better able to produce a play witlr greater success, but the parts of Grace ••and' Lady Courtall by "Messrs. Williams and Leeson were very well sustained, due'allowance being made them for not feeling quite at home in petticoats, but "which, • perhaps,■ contributed to greater •amusement. ■< ■'■' 11 • | *'!' At'",thfi" close of the ; first piece, . Mr : '■McGliee' ba me forward to explain the' ob*-1 je^'anH\pi:d^...

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THE IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

THE IMMIGRANTS. On the third day of this present month the Government steam sloop Victoria, five guns, Captain Norman, earned a portion of her salt by anchoring at Port Albert-Heads with, a number of immigrants, transhipped at Port Phillip Heads from the ship Black Enr/lo from Liverpool. y Although the Victoria's first-gun was fired,at 7 o'clock in^ the■morning,1 and the -Immigration Agent here, Mr. Stevens, proceeded to the Heads, immediately, the unlucky immigrants were: not landed at the/Port until after dark, having meanwhile dined on the recollection of previous good cheer, and on nothing.else. The ..delay , appeal's: to1; have arisen from some1 unexplained obstinacy on the part of the Oberon steamer, chartered expressly to :bring, up stlie immigrants,: but which,; dt seems,'at that particular time found" something else to do. : ... •» ' . , It, is not our intention,1 however, to make more than a passing allusion to this1 part of the subject, as, greatly to Mr. Stevens's credit...

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A PARSON WHO "SOLD OUT" TO GO TO THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

PARSON WHO " SOLD OUT" TO GO TO THE DIGGINGS. /"While I resided at St.; Joseph, in 1851, the California fever'had not ceased to rage. The infection had even spread to the ranks of the preachers. It will be borne in mind that St. Joseph was the " jumping-off place in other words, it was here the emigrants bade farewell to civilization, and entered upon the long journey through a savage wilderness. I was sitting in my study one morning, when I heard a footstep on the stairs, and in a moment afterwards a modest knock was given on my door. I gave the entree, and a very fine specimen of a gentleman stood before me. lie held in his hand a large sole leather hat-box. He blushed slightly while I asked him to take a seat. " I called this mprning, sir,'' said he " on what you may regard, and what I feel to be, a strange errand." So' saying, he fumbled in his vest pocket and found the key to his hat-box. He opened the box, and took out a worsted muffler, about a dozen of half-worn shirt\x=req-...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' ,- rBusiiRANGER" aqain.—/The following stoiy/ifon th&itrutli o^which'we are unwilling to vouch, so' extraordinary does it ap- 1 pear, lias been related to lis upon authority, wMcb Ave/coh'ceive\-justifies us in making it public. .If true it reflects no great credit upon'our police force, ifiunti-ue we shall be happy to contradict it, and reassure those who. bave^ lately been> rendered uncomfor^ table by .tlie;unpleasant idea of bushrangers in truding upon ..their . hospitality; at home, or their company;. on the,road:—On Wed\x=req-\ nesdny the 17th inst., the bushranger, by whom constable Black was wounded, was seen and, recognised by the Crown Land Commissioner's Ranger, Ferguson, riding\x=req-\ past, the' residence, of the Commissioner, near Sale.j V.Tbe' nian was mounted on a stolen horse,,and looked worn and haggard. .Information was immediately given to the police,: of whom there are three at the towrisiiipbut whether, deterred by the fate/of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. -jVTOTICE.—The reading public are' 4;",, informed that tlio following. (books liave just been received and aret .nowionf stile <at the Quardiun Office,- Port Alberti ^'Vl?orman's'.-Bridge i.r;,'.3; ""'japlict in search of a Father ... j i ......The .Hoar-andi the .Man; (- , :.f | ' s>'Nanon'v, (v:.c. ;v: ' -j. Chevalier D'Harmental .. •,,,... r.; The ,Watchman( u ! The Brothers Basset : . t; . j 'Self, or the, Narrow, Narrow, Woi-ld j Countess of St. Alban . The Dog Fiend . Mount Sorel . j.Philip Augustus ! Agnes de Mansfelt -■ .Sybil Lennard - j ', Hocheiaga ( Eve Effingham Henry Masterton The Bravo I t , Merkland, f ; • Darnley < ..The Cardinal's Daughter/ The Ileathcotes . i The Queen's Necklace The Deerslajcr , The Sealions ... ; \ Heidelberg ■ , • Forest Days , The Path Finder\x=req-\ Jacob Faithful Pin Money The Dowager . -Red Rover • The Two Admirals ; The-Magician ' The W,nd The'Knight-of St. John Russell - Lottice Arnold - : ■' Midsh...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

' COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. '. ' i,,. Dn.. Lbichaiidt.;—We. find tlifi, follow-: ing.in the Athenaeum of May 11:—'" As | an incidental' illustration of1 tlie 'possibility; liof 'Dr.:'jGeiclinrdt being- still'alivo, the? foi-' i lowing' anecdote and , evidence': are.i cu rious:— i " 8, Lullrag'ton Place, Harrington Square.? i ^ Your article ' Where is Dr.Leichardt ?' recalls, to m}', recollection an answer rlii re-' ceived from the -white .. .woman, ^Mrs.: ['Thompson; who had been for five earsy amongst- the Prince of Wales's Islanders -of Torres Straits, and whomwe< brought i away in II.M.S. Rattlesnake. .. The Prince | of Wales's Islanders very much resemble tlie North Australians, and are in constant communication with the Gudangs at' Gape York. I asked Mrs Thompson,.' What do you think these people would..donvith any 'white man who'might'1 fall singly into their "hands ?;■ 'Would.: they'ikilbiliim'?'^ Oh, no,' she replied;: f. they', would .keephim as a Krawaig-uri— a cur...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. Lady Franklin has embarked the remains of her fortune in an ultimate expe : dition in search of the relics of the Erebus and Terror, the vessels in which Sir John Franklin and his companions proceeded on their unfortunate expedition to the Polar Seas. Messrs. Richmond and Chandler, the eminent engineers and agricultural implement makers of Manchester aud Liverpool, are now manufacturing a variety of implements for Australia, amongst which are many useful inventions calculated to meet with general approval in ihe advancing state of colonial agriculture. Nothing can be more important to the cultivator than an economical system of husbandry, at once adapted to meet the exigencies of the times, the requirements of an increasing population, and the progress of civili sation.. An Egyp.ti.in mummy, whick has been lying at Southampton Docks,; was sold by auction on Friday, the 3rd instant. It was knocked down for a small sum. Some Bedouin or Copt li d, it appears, unro...

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PROGRESS OF CANADA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

PROGRESS OF CANADA • WEST. ■ 'Mr. - James Barter, who1 is settled ' as" 'a farmer ne'ar'-London; in- Canada!Westj"'and who emigrated'from'.'Devonshire,''five' .years agoy lias written a letter to' his. friends; 'in which he' gives"an • interesting' account' of agriculture in the'- above 'colony. He ,says: " We had a very' dry summer last!year, .but'our.''crops were not so large as in '1855 ; the'quality,"'however was excellent. There 'has-been'a brisk demand;for wheat' in our ;markety but -.the price is 'not-so1 high- as' last •*year.t>x> Our- prices are • partly governed by ■the'markets of Europe. Wheat-has fetched from. 5s. to 6s.' sterling' - per 'bushel:; barley has-been-, in.-great demand, and the price has 'been'higher:' than it was ever before— '4s. 6d. per bushel:of 48 lbs.'' Although'we can '• grow .very heavy crops of barley, the sample is not so 'good as that of our wheat. I - have !known arif acre - yield as much' as fifty bushels.' - Both sheep'and bullocks ai'e g...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, on Saturday, 20th June, 1857.   Present—Messrs. W. Howden, Hobson, Flynn, and Mr. J. Neilson. Proposed by Mr. Howden, and seconded by Mr. Flynn, that Mr. Neilson take the chair. Carried. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Notice of motion standing in the name of Mr. McKenzie was struck out in consequence of having no mover. Notice of motion standing in the name of the Chairman was considered as part of the work included in Mr. Hobson's motion, of the 23rd May. The Road Engineer made his report upon the road leading between J. Reeves survey and Tarraville. Resolved that tenders be invited for clearing and repairing the same in two succeeding numbers of the local paper; the tenders to specify at per chain for the work. Resolved that all parties cutting drains across or otherwise injuring any bye roads will be prosecuted according to Act 16 Vic., No 40. Mr. Flynn gave notice that at the next me...

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