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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 November 1855
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A New Gold Field.—Within the last few days some fine specimens of gold, nuggets of no mean size, have been dis- covered in the neighbourhood of the Nicholson, by a party of three. Another party of ten are about to follow immedi- ately. A road is being formed thither from the Mitchell. [The accuracy of the &nbsp; above statement may be fully relied on, the parties furnishing us with it having no object in view, save that of dealing truth- fully with the public. Ed. G. L. G.].
THE GOLD FIELDS OF GIPPS LAND. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 November 1855
THE GOLD FIELDS OF GIPPS LAND. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sir,—Having lately met with some remarks in a Melbourne Journal tending to question or deny the existence of a working gold-field at Omeo ; and an unaccountable diffidence existing among the Gipps Land people, I avail myself of your paper as a medium to afford publicity to the fol- lowing facts:— About twelve months since, John Jones (who is well known in Gipps Land) took up a quantity of provisions on spec to the diggings, and while resting his bullocks for a week, he set in and ob- tained 4 oz. 8 dwts., one nugget of which weighed 1 oz. 12 dwts. On a second journey, with another man in company, he tried it again for a week, and procured 12 oz. 6 dwts. &nbsp; I myself, with four others, have been making 1 oz. per day, clear, for the last six months, and am now paying a man £1 per day to work in my place during my absence. The above (two instances of many) are facts, &nbsp; and may be relied on,...
HACKNEY CARRIAGES, HAWKER, NEWSVENDOR, IDLE OR DISORDERLY PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
Hackney Carriages, Hawker, News vendor, Idle or Disorderly Person. No Hackney can-iago shall stand for hire op posite to or on' any side of the General Post Office, in Melbourne, or any other Post Office in the Colony; nor shall any hawker, newsvendor, idle or disorderly person, stop or loiter on the flagway or pavement opposite to or on the pre mises of the General or any other Post Office under penalty of a sum not exceeding £20 or three months' imprisonment, with or without hard labor. . . '
Gipps Land Guardain. Friday, 23rd November, 1855. IMPEDIMENTS TO THE PROGRESS OF GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
itanb &lt;S5tmrbmn. Friday, 23jyZ November, 1855. IMPEDIMENTS TO THE PROGRESS OF GIPPS LAND. A' Comparison of the Census returns for the years 1851 and >1854,• discloses the fact, that, during that period the popula tion of. Gipps Land has not increased.;, , It: may ue,ixseful to enquire, .into the. causes which have combined to impede the natural progress of a settlement so young as this, and to render it an exception to the unexampled career of other parts ; of the ' Colony during those eventful years. On the one hand a climate unequalled in any part of Australia, combined>.with;feiv 'tility of the soil, offer great attractions.-to those emigrants who propose to employ themselves in agriculture, and of this class > the number ,is so great .that; if ;buti a frac tion of'them were induced to cast .their lot among us,.there need be no..complaint of the want of population. , ■"" Our timber now* devoted'.only..to the.use&lt; ..of a few scattered inhabitants, is...
RURAL CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
RURAL CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. lEitchen Garden.—Sow spinach of the round leaved kind at least twice during this month; sow also lettuces, endive, cel ery, cauliflowers, cucumbers, "pumpkins, turnips, peas and beans; plant scarlet run ners, tomatoes, lettuces, capsicums, cauli flowers, leeks, eschalots, celery, cabbages, brocoli, Savoys; and plant out radishes for seed. Transplant from the seed bed tomatoes, Chili pepper, capsicums; weed and thin the beds of advancing- young crops, such as carrots, onions, parsnips, beetroot &c., and tie up lettuces. Aspara gus will now be in full bearing- order, and in cutting- be careful not to injure the ad joining shoots. Nip the tops oft' the beans that are in blossom of the long Windsor kinds; stake peas of the marrowfat and tall growing- kinds; water all newly plant ed crops till they take root. Continue to shelter kidney beans and other tender plants during this month, as the summer months are very injurious to them. Weed, hoe, and stir...
CONSTITUTION MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
CONSTITUTION MAKING. Constitutional law is no doubt very perfect in theory, and where an object is to be defeated, very orderly in practice; but if officials are interested it becomes a nose of wax, and may be twisted any way. The Tasmanian Act is strictly formal, and the South Australian may be, after re vision in the province. But the measures for Victoria and New South Wales are the most irregular of acts ever embodied in a Statute Book. They have been confirmed without being' enacted. As they left the respective legislatures of Sydney and Mel bourne they only continued during the passage across the ocean. When they reached Downing-street some imp changed them, cutting out a section .here,and in serting a provision . there. ■ '-Such' clumsy^ bungling was; never ^before t-seen,:; and'yet■ there is no court in the empire will venture - to question their validity, though - there interpretation, in consequen ce of alterations, may occasion dispute. Both Chambers being elective in Vic...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
Overland Mail. Letters by the Overland Route. Letters for England, posted for transmission per Overland Mail, via India, not specially addressed via Marseilles, will be sent via Southampton. Letters for France and the continent of Europe, via France. " Correspondence for Prance or the Continent of Europe, directed via France,' will be forwarded in a closed mail by way of Singapore, addressed to the Postmaster at Marseilles. Scale of Postage Fates to be charged on corres pondence between Great Britain and Victoria, under Amended Postage Act, 18 Vict., No. 31: British Rates. Letters to British Isles direct, per Contract and Private Ship. Not exceeding £ ounce—6d. Exceeding £ 02 and not exceeding 1 oz—Is. » I „ 2 2s. » 2 „ „ 3 3s. And so on, increasing Is. for every ounce or fraction of an ounce. French Rates. To be collected on all Letters transmitted via Marseilles. Under £ oz—Cd. Weighing £ oz. and under £ oz.—lOd. » v n » —Is. 3d. ii £ ii ii 1 ii —Is. 8d. „ 1 „ » Hi,— 2s. Id. ' And...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
ENGLISH NEWS.' . By the Star of the East ancl.tlie Royal Mail ship Emma, we . have received European News up to the 21st. August; ' Tlie intelligence brought by these ves sels is somewhat more cheering- than that which has been received for some time.past; The bombardment of. Sweaborgv com menced on the 9th of August, and con tinuedtill the :11th, 'it was conducted with great vigor : and spirit/ and the result has been the total destruction of the bat teries, 'earthwork, and,, bloclcyards; six magazines blew up. ■ None..• of our.: ships' were injuredy;neither:.were any men lost and only few of our gallant allies were wounded. The Russian loss lias been con-; siderable. .(Jn the 17th August,the Russians made: an attack upon our position in: the Teter maya in the Crimea;■■•great massescollec ted during- the : night, ancl the fforce under the command of Prince Gortschakoff; was 60,000 infantry, and 6000 cavalry. .The! attack lasted three: hours; the Russians were ^repulsed "and hastily...
NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
Newspapers. ' Printed, sent from one Post'Town to another within the Colony, or from "the Colony to any place beyond Seas, to be charged One Penny each, prepaid. CondilioTis. To be sent without a cover, or in a cover open at the sides, and folded in such a manner that the true date of publication shall be legible. Except the name and address of the person'to whom sent, there shall be no other word or communication, letter, character, figure, or number written, printed, or otherwise marked on the newspapers posted. Not more than three copies to be posted in one packet. If printed in Victoria, to be posted within seven days after publication. Newspapers from beyond Seas will be delivered to their original address free of charge, but if re posted in the Colony will be subjected to the postage of Id. each, prepaid. Posted in any Post Town in the Colony, ad dressed to a person within its limits or suburbs, One penny, prepaid by stamps. Newspapers to be posted at such hours as the Postmas...
PARCELS SPECIALLY EXCEPTED FROM ORDINARY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
Parcels specially excepted from Ordinary Rates. 1. Bankers' packets containing notes, orders, cheque or pass-books, sent by or to any Bank or Banker. 2. Patterns or samples of merchandize. 3. Prices current and catalogues of merchandize open at each end. 4. Writs and proceedings of Courts of Justice, deeds of conveyance, affidavits, letters of attorney, depositions or recognizances sent by or to any Justice of the Peace or Coroner. 5. Votes and proceedings of Parliament and Colonial Legislature, open at each end. 6. Pamphlets, magazines, reviews, or periodical publications (newspapers excepted). 7. Maps "or plans sent by or addressed to the department of Surveyor General, or returns made to or from any part of the public service. 8. A single printed book. Weight not to exceed one'.'pound. Dimen sions not to exceed 15 inches in length, G inches in breadth. Postage. Not exceeding four ounces, 6d. Every additional two ounces or fraction of two ounces, 3d. In addition to which there sha...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED YfORT ALBERT). November 21.—Storm Bird, p.a.b.n. Co's Steam er, 75- tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne. Passengers^—cabin; Mr. and Mrs. Black, Messrs. Greenwood, Symons, Woolley, Gurney, Arbuc kle, Liston, and Grey. Steerage, thirty-seven. IMPORTS. November 21.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 1 hhd. brandy, 1 keg do., 10 cases do., 6 do. Gene va, 31 do. wine, 2 qr. casks do., 10 octaves do., 7 casks cider, 1 case bitters, 2 hhds. porter, 7 casks ■do., S hhds. ale, 13 casks do., 1 tierce tobacco, 1 bag coffee, 3 chests tea, 76 bags sugar, 3 pkges. do., and sundry free goods. The Storm Bird left this port at the usual hour on Friday week, the 9th inst., and was off Cape Patterson the same night; when she was met by a heavy gale of wind, which split the jib, and after endeavouring in vain' to face the gale, she was compelled to return as far as Waterloo Bay, where she lay at anchor until daylight on Wed nesday, the 14th instant, when the weather mo derated;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PRINTING Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE , &lt;Pf .... TO ADVERTISERS. DVKRTLSliMENTS not exceeding 10 words • will lie charged is. JO 'words and under 20 - - 2s. 20 „ „ 30 - : - 2s. 6d. 30 „ „ 40 - - - - 3s. 6d. Adverliseiuenls exceeding 40 words will be charged as follows: — 1 inch - - - -, . . .. 4s. 6d. 2 „ ------ - Ss. 3 „ - - - - - 10s. 6d. And 2s. will he charged for every additional inch for each insertion, , ■■ A discount nf 10 per cent* will be allowed on ad vertisements inserted for three mouth', and 25 per cent, for tiny further period. Advertisements will be continued until counter manded, unless otherwise specified in the order; and no Advertisement;; can be withdrawn after noon on Wednesdays. No verbal.instructions can he attended to. All Adveiitisemrnts must, be paid, for v. IN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
fj0tNOTICE.—We talte the present opportunity of informing our readers . . that we shall be-fflad at all times -to-re^ eeive reliable-information on matters of general interest, either in the shape of. correspondence or otherwise. - Subscribers will confer a favor by forwarding their Subscriptions, as the outlay consequent on the com mencement of a Newspaper renders this important.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, November 17th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. rMELBOURNE MARKETS. Horse and Cattle Market. Saturday, November 17th, 1855. Beef.—A very full.supply of cattle was brought forward at the beginning of the week, which found buyers rit a reduction on previous rates. On the whole, trade has,been,dull; the demand for town consumption being very, much on the decline, the moment country, buyers have completed,their purchases, business becomes! flat and unsatisfac tory. : Best quality; bullocks'have sold at £12 downwards. We quote about as follows: First quality bullocks, £10 to £12; good, £8 to £10; inferior at store prices; cows and heifers in proportion. Mutton.—The weather being cold, the butchers •have shewn a disposition to buy sheep in wool, and the few offered sold at fair prices;Shorn sheep wercnot much, in demand;* 1000: superior wethers, " shorn", sold from 15s. to -lGs. 6d.', 'for second quality and inferior; low figures'have to be submitted to. - - - Iioitsus.—Businessthis . week; has j improved,: and...
POETRY. BEWARE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
POETRY. BEWARE! '(Translated from the German by H. W. LONGFELLOW.) ' I know a maiden fair to See, Take care! She can both false and friendly be, ■ Beware! beware I Trust her not, She is fooling thee! She has two eyes, so soft; and brown, Take care! She gives"a"side-glance andlooks down, Beware! beware! Trust her not, She is'fooling thee! And she has hair of a'golden hue, / Take care! And what she says, it is not true, Beware! beware! Trust her not, She is'fooling thee! She has a bosom asVhite as snow, Take care! She knows how much it is best to shew, Beware! beware! Trust her not, She is"Tooling thee! She gives thee a garland woven fair, Take care! Itlis a fool's-cap for thee^to wear, Beware! beware! Trust her not, She is^fooling thee!
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 23 November 1855
VARIETIES... ,Boilea.ud'Espreaux'sreply to Louis XIV., ■when'•■lie showed the poet some of .his Royal versification,: lias ■never been excell ed. ' He said, " Nothing1, Sire, is impossi ble to your Majesty; you,wished to make had verses and you have succeeded." Love and Hatred.—If1 you love others; they will love you. ' If you speak kindly to them, they will speak .kindly. Love ■isa-epaid with love, and hatred with hatred; Would you hear, a sweet and pleasant echo? Speak sweetly and pleasantly yourself. ; Onions' seem to vbe a preventive and a remedy: for various ' diseases to which do mestic poultry is liable. Having' fre quently tested their excellencies, we can speak understandino-ly., For gapes and inttamation of the throat, eyes,: and head, onions,are almost -a specific.! ,We would recommend feeding- fowls, and especially the'''young1 cliicksy as : many as thoy will eat as often as twice and three times a week.: They should: be finely chopped, and a little corn' meal added. Inn...