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

LETTERS detained for postage at .the <Post Office, Port Albert. ! Turnbull, John F., Loyyang, 4d. .■ ; > Fait, William, Richmond, 4d. Lewis, James, Melbourne, 4d. JACOB FERRIS, Postmaster.' ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, . m j rpHE Port .'Albert : Steam Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will have immediate despatch after arrival for above port. Fares—Cabin £5—SteettVg-e £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton. All goods immediately on being landed are at consignees risk. I Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 174"03 Port Albert, 31st' J an., 1,856. -®- a.m, on Tuesday, 7th proximo, for clearing1 awav the old Bridge - and tarring the new Bridge at Tarraville, according to specifications to be seen at the Police Office, Port Albert. Tenders to be upon printed forms obtain\x=req-\ able'at the above Office, sealed and endorse...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 June 1857

GOLD FIELDS. !>'=■ The ■following'-'important' notice appears as a supplement to last-Tuesday's Gouern 7)iant Gazette:— , Chief Secretary's Office, "Melbourne, ■■. 13th June, 185?.' GOLD FIELDS. - < ' Doubts having' been entertained as * to the legality of contracts . between owners 'of land and other person's for mining for gold on such:land, it is hereby notified for general information, that all,such contracts are illegal and .void, and v subject persons mining under them..to'legal proceedings at the suit of the Crown. ' - 1 | it is lurtlier notified that it is the inten I tion of the Government to ask the; ^Legis lature to legalise all such' contracts :as were honct jide made and entered/intoibefore the ,1st day of June- instant, but: this will not affect contracts made since that date, which will consequently still remain illegal and will confer no right as against persons who may obtam^the^liberty*ofcimning' on such lands under, the contemplated; Act of 'Parliame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS; ; ; j For-want of timely care, millions;have! . • died of medicable wounds." !-[ as I DR. L. L. S MIT H' S Vegetable : P ills; k] These Pills cure— '-V1 j Bilious complaints Pains iri the'Head1 ! Diseases of the Sto- Lowness of Spirits ] mach and Bowels Nervous Affections ' Sick Headache ■; Spasms'-w; Scurvy- y'Palpitations '■ : ; ! Gravel; *:|Dyspepsia^' ; Costiveness • Feverishness ■ ° ; Heartburn ' Blotches on the'Face Flatulence :- 1 Skin eruptions1 ;j :! ADVERTISEMENTS. Giddiness Piles Persons of an intemperate habit will find great relief from these pills. As a Female Pill they stand unrivalled. Prepared only in boxes, at 2s. 6d. 5s., and 10s., by Dr. LOUIS L. SMITH, Surgeon, L.S.A., and Member of the Medical Board of Victoria, only at 197, Great Bourke-street east, Melbourne. To be obtained from all respectable chemists in Melbourne, and from the following AGENTS. Gripps Land and Tartiaville.—Messrs Schiller and Thiel, Storekeepers. Upper District of GtppsLand...

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THE MOON'S INFLUENCE ON VEGETATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

the boon's ikpluexce ' 0n vegetation. .•»»•! [(From Glemy's Garden Mi'5 jjmariac.) " We do not profess astrology, fnoiv-fstudy tlie starsi.but some [years ago we knew a very clever j m an' ■ who did so, and he fur mslied us with some popular no tions about the moon's influence that were' likely to interest gar 'deners. /, Our alrnanac for 1848 ■ ofFeredy as we thought, an excel lent ! opportunity for communica ting them to fifty thousand rea ders, and it was in demand ' for years after it had been all sold. At the request of many who have only heard it talke.d of; we give the article entire; for :'it is nearly.ten years since it was pub lished,- andr;;wi]l bo new to .many. At the same time, we beg: it-may be understood that wc offer5'no opinion of, our .own; ' we;" may, however, give the opinion.and ^practice, of'the-late Mr.'Hop Arood, of Twickenham; a nurseryman'1 of great experience—famed, above all-things,. for . his stopks. He might . as easily ■; have -been .'per suaded'to fil...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

TO OUR READERS. We are happy to inform our readers that ■''; wehave now effected arrangements which, we trust, will have the effect of rendering the Guardian a faithful record of all matters of-local and colonial interest. \To this end we have not hesitated to - in. .cur an expense which we hope will be justified by the additions to our list of subscribers. Should the increased support afforded us equal our expectations, we shall be enabled to enlarge the paper, in order to keep pace with the advance of the district; ' . ' -V ; ' Tlie-,coui'se'Ave'liave^liitliertC)^'-pursued in the conduct of theGucirdidn;we profess our intention;to persevere in'j^while-inviting ■discussion;in.'8iir columns'Oh::!friattei's of passing' interest} for which purpose fltliey are:operi'to!all, we will, endeavor st'renu\x=req-\ - ouslj'-to guard-ag'aihst their being- made ., > a medium :for,the,'indulgence; of, personal •, animositya,,We.. .earnestly-solicit from . . all whose opportunities may, enable ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.° ' , AX B E RTON'BISTItlCT No eases of any kind; came before the Bcuicli duririgv~tlie'.\vcck ending^his day. SALE;'June '25tit. ' ' ' (Before ,C. J./ryersj.Esq.;.-E.j\r.)/p .a-'! Samuol'Briclfiwelirapp'earednn answer to: u:suminons cliarg-ingvJliim ^.witliousiiift-jfoul; and violent langaia'ge.to'Mr. WLde T.vTracjr.: The ievidence .is,unfit for., publication; x.The; charge ..was. jfully,^ proved,;- and defendant' fined one pound!""

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 3rd July, 1857. THE GIPPS LAND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

<®ipps 2Lantt <@trnrftfaii, Friday, 3rd July, 18-57. THE GIPPS LAND GOLD FIELDS. It is not long- since we had occasion to direct attention to tlie unprotected condition in:.which' the? miners on, our Gold Fields have > 'been- left' by ■ the Govern men t. < At that time 'we. pointed out the necessity that existed -for- immediate .attention.,.to .:this subject, and adduced proof'of the perils to which the diggers are exposed.. - Since, ithen we observe; that..Mr. Davis has- broug'ht : the 'matter runder the notice of the Executive b}r asking- Mr. Haines whether he intended'to place a Warden at theh-OmeoUIt ■ appears, ^however,'.,by vthe •reports in 'th'e'newspapers that 'the reply'of Mr. Haines,;'haa not^ Been heard, by the reportersMin'i.blie'gallery,; and;,of course, they.''Were unable-to give it. • It was'sup\x=req-\ posed by one ■ of the reporters that Mr. Haines made some;alIusion. to a memorial whioh had been presented- for"a- regular postal s...

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OUR MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

OUR 'MAIN ROADS!, We adverted last week'to'some of .the; inconveniences attending-.the present system ofjmanag'ing^the main roads, a subject ;of so much'importance to<the district' that ■•we. liave 'little apprehension of wearying' our readers.jby;,its further, consideration.,, .1.-.There' Appears-' to - be: an amount* of: confusion in! the whole of the existing- arrangements,.; which,, however. natural in i any emanation'from the circumlocution department/ might; in our "opinion^- he ^dispensed with, to the great advantage oftlie'public. ■ ■ The main, roads, are, in theifirst instance, laid out piecemeal by an officer of the Survey department, wlio, naturally,'••looks more to the. convenient arrangement of the . lots into, which he is subdividing-, the «country than to the direction of the road or,.to the difficulties that may exist to the construction of the line he has marked; -or,'if he consider these.matters at all, he is,* as likely as not, deficient in the special ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

. CORRESPONDENCE.. To,the Editor of 'the Gipps Land'Guardian. '•' Sin,—In yonrrpaper olv!May lotli 1. no\x=req-\ • ticod .<nn ? a rticleshea'ddd^" vVVantvof. • protection at Oineo." We- have, and do still want, protection . sadly, but not for such cases-as the one *you,-- cited. U'htifc there aro parties here /occupying: large tracts of country cannot be'denied/for these'?tracts are .of?noj.availuto parties not ;possessedof convenience forjwoitking. them. 3; Such was the case :/\vith. .Mr. .Gawood, lie did mark out a'claim at: the time, stated, but it was never-interfered with as his pegs are still :sta'nding and the claim.untouched,- but the trouble-with him was lie wanted" water to wash, it with. ,v Now the water-that wc usje we'lirought 'some ten miles at a gr'wt. ex\x=req-\ pense;- and'we did not feeliit incumbent on us to furni.sh.him,'ior' any otlieiy with water 'gratis,, to -prevent [ o'ub-i monopolising., this .large tract 01 (country,... ' - , ' if Mr/' Cawood', ...

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THE CROWN LANDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

bill. . .. The m6st~Mppr^t';dfecussibri "that" has yet taken placein! our. new.. Parliament was ' .hroug'lit to .. a conclusion at mid-day on. Saturday last. : Jfo question- of equal importance ten the Colbny at the:'present time, or, to the Colony,-' or .nation V in time to come;'lias hitherto engaged the-.attention of our legislators; and it-is probable that" no > <more f important' question, wli^ther ini'relatibntto it's 'bearings ' on the present^prospective destinies of the people) icould "occupy the time ; or evoke'the talent of the senate. And both the time and' the - talent of the1 Legislative; Assein bly have been occupied in the' discussion of the Land Bill. . .The question that the bill be now' read a second- time was debated dimhg-'five" sittings of the Legislature, and an amount of knowledge, experience, and sound wisdom .-were brought, out in the discussion, and enforced.in, a^style.of.elof quence, .wJnch would 'havedone, credit, to an .Assembly;of; more ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. COUNCIL, TUESDAY, 16TH JUNE. The Council met at the usual hour. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

PARLIAMENT.OF VICTORIA. I COUNCIL,'Tuesday, 16th June.' ' The Council^ met at the usual hour. A. .bill wasjbrought in by; Mr. Stewart to; amend the law relating- to aliens," find the: second: reading'.pftthe.-immig'rationibill.i.w.as' postponed to afford time to make the pro-! raised' alterations'."'"The"law' of evidence; bill was passed ;throiig'h- committee, ands the title's "to '-land bill 'further considered. 1 The settled'estates bill and the dpiifm du-' ty bill were read a!tliird time and passed.; The.:qualification abolition bill and7the in-' terpretation^' of/''acts^ Bill' :,were| - postponed, i and the Council adiourned: ,11" 1>■ , u i>) 'ill s*r t jj.m ,a;j • -;i jrf>, AS8EMBLy,:TuEsi)AYi':16TH<JuNE.!':' .■! The . Speaker'-havingtaken • the^chair, .announced/;that the( had .received i a .letter from John, KingyEsq., member, for, "Gipps Land, enclosing1 a medical 'certificate, ac^ 'counting'jfo'r • JMr. King^s-abseto'ce -from -the house in nnnsenuence of...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE CEMETERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

LOCAL. INTELLIGENCE. THE CEMETERIES. • On Tuesday the 16tli inst., .a public meeting' of the inhabitants of Port Albert and Tarraville; was held at the Police Office, Tarraville,. for the purpose of selecting trustees for the ground reserved for a cemetery between the. two' places.: .The Rev. W. Bean occupied the chair. : : :,; i The, following gentlemen were ■ chosen *from! the different denominations.''"-'David Turnbull, . J*P»>. Port Albert,'! G; 'D. TIedley, ' j.Pi," Tarraville, Manton Flinn, Tarra Creek. : -' . , . ' : On Thursday a meeting- fonthe,like purpose. of*' appointing- trustees foi-'^thfi.ceme '?tery!-!bn 1?«{6'j-;Albfert!' was* beld!at!i]berton. ■Gnp't'/V|(Dai%;i;R.;^ D. .(joy; Gelliohy • E.- ' 0'Meara, ;-fiand E. -'Buckley, were the gentleman < selected,:two 1 from eacli'denominatipn; ; ':We;fa-ust'tlmt'tHis necessarystep having been taken, no'time will;;\be|',]'pstiTi j'jjroper\x=req-\ ly..fencing,in the;ground 'j and, sliPuld' it!ibe 'possible, to' '...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS.. The prevailing characteristic-of :tlie-Mel\x=req-\ ourne markets {during- the past- week has •(.hi inactivity, especially in 'imported •mds. The holders were disinclined-to •iye way, and the buyers were'1 anxious' for mmu favorable terms, and the consequence ;.-is.generalinactivity.<•,, .: ■ . Although there has not been ;anyvery •cided reduction in prices, yet,,.there'was it., equal,firmness:.,displayed. ;ini all.:goods -'rich had previously:prevailed. : This-.was u-ticularly noted in . grain;; and: flour; and ifcterj but it is'thought; they. will:again n ly in a short time,: and»that the. prices liieh ruled a week or itwo.-ago .will ;be cadily maintained.; The advance in spits is supported, but: beer and-ale are: not site so linn or in so much;demand at this .•nson. In other goods there has been. no •niarkable fluctuation. .> - ,• ; ..... . Cattle.—Messrs.,Ivaye and Butchart •port:—On Tuesday we opened our.new ,ii;ds on, the Dandenong road, with a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) June 2(5.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Uo.'s ' 'earner, 75 tons, J. B. Sydsevff, from .Melbourne. :v; ; Juno 26.—Eclipse, scliooner, 190 tons, K. B. Wolfe, from Hobarfc Town. Turn-;, kill and Co., ag-ents. , June 28.—Ji. S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring1, from Hobarfc Town. T. Spring-, :loent- , . ' - cleared out. . June 27.—Storm Bird, steamer, 75 tons, J. B.' Sydserffj for Melbourne. JuEclipse, schooner, 190tons/E. Wolfe, for Hobarfc Town. . • JuljT; 2.^H. S. Pag-e, barque. 226 tons,; T. Spring, for Hobart Town. . ' ' . ' ' — taf ports. ■ 'June 21.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; iO bags malt, .'12 bag's maize, 1 bag1'seeds} I pocket; hops, 1 bag- chain, 30,sheets galvd. :i'on, 2 boxes/ 53 boards, 1--keg-nails,: 75' • ,iokes, 36 felloes, 1 cask, 1 case, 20 boards, .'J casks, 9 bags sugar, 3 cases/1 box can\x=req-\ ■ ilus, 4 kegs, 4 bags .sugar, 4 cases/'1 brl; ;J: bdl.;'spades;;2G •:pckg&.^«ig^,10"'-'bogs' - i'ilt, 2 pckges; tea, 2.bal...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar-       raville on Saturday 27th June, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. W.       Howden, Hart, and Flinn.   Minutes of last meeting read and   confirmed.               Notice of motion standing in the name       of Mr. Flinn adjourned in consequence of no report having been sent in form the Road Engineer.     Resolved that the Road Engineer , be requested forthwith to send in his reports upon the works that have been referred to him.           Resolved that the Chairman be desired to communicate with the Road Engineer and draw his attention to the inconvenience arising from the delay of his repor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS, STEA.3I TO MELBOURNE,' ' rpHE Port Albert Steam i Navigation Company's fine "new screw' steamer, STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff,; Cqmmandeiy/\yill have immediate despatch.after arrival' for above port. • ■ "L "" FAkeV—Cabin1 £5—Steerage1 £2'5s; ? * .•iili .M.iSf £2 per ton.'" 11 ' J JA11 immediately'on''being'landed ai'e1 at consigneesiwslerviJyiribhhl iv !' f" Grold/'foi* shipment,'fmustube!'entered at the,.Customs jbe&ra'jlO i o'clock ,a.m. . on, day ton '.^OEff tJiv ilsti.lv.- I , EorVFi'eight or Passage apply to , , WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 'ini! aiu'ooq •»!.! i ; 10 "s . ' ° 1 ' 270-03 Port. Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. vjriO'jjJ.O'K]'':9'iijj«v;•ouss f '' v'< rpENDERS will be received until eleven • •'• a.m, • on 'Tuesday, 7th proximo/.'for clearing away the old OBridge and'tarring the new Bridge at Tarraville,'.;according:to specifications, to be. seen at the Eolice.Office, Port Albert,''i'u..' •• , ■ : Tenders to benipon printed'forms obtainable at th...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. EXTRAORDINARY GOLD DISCOVERY.—THE HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 July 1857

. f 'G^LONIAL • INTELLIGENCE. .. EXTRAORDINARY. ;G,OLp-_ DISCO\x=req-\ VERY—THE HANGING ROOK. . A,late .issue, of, the .Maitland, Mercury publishes1 the following-' *1' ' ■ We give the utmost- prominence to the important information.,.recei ml « on. -Sunday by. post,, from tiie .Hanging;.' Hock and;• Peol ''diggings. •^''iHlie1^tiisce&ful'hit now made,' irt' a 'J'qiiartz vein * on -the-latter diggings^ yielding-,.the; extraordinary quantity,,of;,on0. inindredtand:,ejghbiTpuncesitp one bucket! as/its' crowning'touch, is folibHved"'up'ljy ahytMng';like';'equal1 success'1 on ' the-same iveirii oi-j lead, imagination ' fails ■ to picture the riches the discovery will pour, into this district and'the colony. f"-7We -assure our'' readers that they may relyumplicitly on the ^glowing ^information now,.published as regards,,the facts'actually recorded'.,,. The anticipations .indulged in, by our'corrospohden'tj'arid ljy'Mri M'Ilveeri^ may 'not;: ' of course/ - ;prove ' well-founded; b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 July 1857

correspondence; To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sir,—Having- observed in your last week's paper some remarks relative to the time in which tlie Custom House at Port Albert was to have been finished, and also "the stupendous exertions of a man and boy" employed on the building", allow me to say a few words, more especially as your corres pondent, in his desire to be brought into notice through the great engine of advance ment—the press, has made no secret of his production, that we may be able to appre ciate the production of the great, and give honor to whom honor is due. There is an old saying that "a work commenced is half finished, and that a work never commenced can never be finished." So the case with the Custom House, the work could not be commenced till after the time had elapsed when it should have beon completed. As most of the materials were on the ground immedi ately after the acceptance of the tender, the delay must have occasioned considerable loss to the cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 July 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. I HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. i! '!; s i WHY • AltE WE SICK ? IT, has been the lot; of the human race to be weighed down : by disease and ^suffering. HOLLO WAY'S .PILLS arc specially adapted to the relief of " the wealt, -nervous,' x\\q . delicatej and the infirm, ■ of all (slimes, ages, sexes, and' constitutions.J Professor Holloway per sonally superintends the manufacture of his medicines; and: offers them to a 'free ! and enlightened people, as the best remedy the world ever sa,v1 for the removal' of disease. " • (! . TI1ESE PILIjS purify, the blood. These famous Pills are expressly-com-; bined to operate on the stomach, the liver; the kidneys, , the Jungs, sthe skin, and the bowels, tcorrecting any, jderangement. in their functions,, purifying, thebloody;the very fountain of lifev and .thus, .curing disease in all its forms. , . ' j !: DYSPEPSIA ASD.'MVBRVCOMPLAINTS.': 1'.' Nearly half the human race have taken these' Pills. It has been; proved /hr'all parts' of the world ...

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THE STATE OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 July 1857

THE STATE OF OriTiYA. : By Sir J. Bowui.xg. ■ V •• vI • The following 'letter, mldressed to the Registrar-General,: London, by Sir John Bowring, lists been published in the Journal of the Statistical Society:—•: • •" .Government-lion3e,Honf»- Kong/ "July."] 8, 1865. • " Sir,—L wish :it were possible to give a satisfactory reply to your inquiries as to the real population of China. i'; j u <>"'There :1ms been no; official census taken since the time of Kia King, forty-three years ago:- Much'doubt 'has been thrown upon the accuracy of these returns/ winch, gave 362^44:7,183 as the" total number of the': inhabitants of'China. I think ■■our; greater, knowledge of the country- increase's1 the evidence in favor ' of the approximate correctness of the official document,and'that we may- with; tolerable safety esti mate the present population of;the: Chinese empire as between 350,000,000 and 400,000,000 of, human1, beings.' . The penal laws of China make provision for a general...

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