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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. Thursday, 17th July, 1857. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

POLICE -INTELLIGENCE: j ALBERTON., Thursday; 17th' July, 1857J (Before Captain, Carey, P.M.), Sarah-. Hibbs charged with drunkenness,, was discharged with a caution. . ; Tuesday, 21sfc July, 1S57. (Before Edgar Slade,.Esq., J.P:) • • Thomas Johnson-Maynarcl was charged'.i by Constable '-Howard with-;having- been !• drunk tlie previous night at Port Albert and fined five shillings, which lie paidand was discharged. ■ :

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS:' . : Ed ward ., Oooke,- Escj.'s letter respec ting tlie' 'Chinese, soon.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 24th July, 1857. INTERNAL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

<£> t p p 8 Eaitv<Sl uavtan, Friday, 24th July, 1857. INTERNAL COMMUN rOATION. Wis ]pnrn that the Estimates for 1S5S will shortly be; in ^preparation; and unless-:the people of Gipps Land'are prepared to:sub mit for another year to the loss and incon venience the}' new experience, from the want of.proper facilities for >internaL;com 'municationj they must avail' themselves! of the intervening'time to draw the attention of the Government,'as strongly as.possible, to their necessities. Those wlio are unfor tunate enough ■ to have any business to transact at any of our townships and the: still more unfortunate residents, need; no description of. our roads j :to those who do; not know- them we- can only say that-for' foot. passengers, it is a remarkably,; un-i pleasant, undertaking to ;go from one house to another. But this, however disagreeable, is an inconvenience that - we; trust the District Road-Board may be ena-j ■bled'to remove before another winter co...

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TARRAVILLE. Wednesday, 22nd July, 1857. (Before Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P. and Dr. Hedley, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

, TAIIRAVILLE. Wednesday, 22nd July, 1857. ; (Before Edgar Slade/<Esq., J.P. and ' Dr. ITedley, J.P.) < WiUiam 1 Wcitsow'-was*.»sutnmonecl by ■ 'William'' "Enmes to answer to' a' complaint ' for having- - illegally-' pulled!* down: a fence on his (complainant's) land. 1 ' The Bench (decided-jthat . .the f defendant should pay. the sum of, £5, for. the damage dono; or in default fourteen days; imprison ment with hard'labor. * ' '1 < ' The defendant at first preferred'suffering the latter form of the penalty, but'.a;few minutes reflection-induced -him-to alter his mind and pay the fine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. 7 GREAT HESSIAN STATE LOAN OF 6,725,000 DOLLARS. rTlHIS LOAN is guaranteed by, the Government, and contracted , by the eminent Banking- House of Messrs. Hoths chikl, in Frankfort. :Tlie folio wing-; capital Prizes must-be gained; viz :— » 14 of 40,000 dollars. 60 of 4,000 dollars. 22 ,, 36,000 „ 60 „ 2,000. / „ : ■24 ,, 32,000 '■ 120 „ 1,500 ; „ . ■ I GO „ 8,000 „ 180 „ 1,000 The smallest Prize is 55 dollars, or £7 10s. The Next Drawing will take place on the 1st December,' 1857..... The . Price of Shares is as follows :— , 1 Share ... <£1 30 Sliares ',£20 ,' 6 Shares ... £o ■ Go Shares £40 13 Shares ... £10 135 Shares ;£S0 ■ Shares will be forwarded on , receipt 1 Bills or Drafts on Europe.—Prospectus gratis,. After the, JI)iwingy- eaQli,-'t Shareliolder .will receive a list of-the Wiiiningv Numbers! The Prizes will be paid at Frank fort,, arid remitted directly through an Australian Bank. Apply without delay to the . Solt Agents, Messrs; J. A. SCHWARZSqH...

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THE ORCHARD. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

THE ORCHARD. No. II. Where rooted suckers have been planted1 as stocks tliey may. be grafted in the or-' dinary way in" the spring-. There are; many different modes ot-grafting used by, gardeners, ;but the most-; common^and; tlie most convenient for: a .beginner, is whipi grafting or splicing, as it is quickly and: 'easily done. It is 'highly important to the success of the graft, that the stock should: be in a more active stage of growth than the scion/as it'is then in a position to yield a supply of 'sap for the immediate support ofj' the latter. To insure' this : the scions should be' cut three weeks or a month; he fore they are required for use, and buried in' sand until wanted. > When the buds ' of the' stock "have swelled,' and .'before'.-they open, is--' the best time'for grafting^! The soil should then be removed . from itlie stem and' the stock cut' dowri with on'e clean, sloping cut, if it be about' the- same size as the scion, if larger, it' must first be cut off• hori...

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PORT ALBERT. Friday, 17th July, 1857. (Before Captain Carey, P.M. and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

PORT ALBERT. Friday, 17di'July, 1857. ' (Before Captain Carey, P.M. and Edgar * Sladej 'Esq., J.P. John 'Graven, Master at the schooner Mary Ann,, appeared to answer to the information, of, Mr., J. «JEL .Williams, Lan ding1 ,"Wjaiter, H.,M..Customs^;for'.having on the 13th inst., made an untrue repoitof the cargo, of'his. vessel,.to the Collector, of : Customs, Port Albert, thereby infringing; the 15th' section of the Customs' Regula tion Act. A second information charged him with a breach of, .the 16th section of the same act, by uttering or producing- an unsigned bill of lading-. j The informations, .which were laid at the instance of the Collector, having- been j rend, Mr. Williams was then sworn, and ' deposed—I . am - an officer of PL. M.. Cus toms. I received the Manifest I now pro- j duce, from the .Collector of Customs' on! the 13th of July last, and on the evening-, of the some dny I went on board the Mary Ann, of which the defendant is Master, to • see if the .caiift'o agr...

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ALPACA SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

ALPACA SHEEP. An attempt is being made by Mr. C. Ledger to introduce these sheep into New. Soiitli Wales. Tlie value of the wool is now well understood, and ithe consumption in consequence has increased, both in this country and in France. At present the alpaca sheep are to be found only in the Cordilleras of Peru and Bolivia, and stringent laws and , penalties have been made to prevent their ; exportation. Mr. 0. Ledger, by birth an Englishman, but for many years a resident in the co lony, has, with untiring zeal and energy, devoted 'himself to this task of difficulty and danger. Tlie obstacles were most formida ble, from tlie length of the route, upwadrs of 400 leagues having to be travelled over by his flock; the difficulty of passage over the mountains, which could only be effected at certain seasons; and the necessity of keeping his ac tions secret from the government authorites. All, however have been overcome by his indomitable perseverance; and about 300. of the real alapaca...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LATE NEWS FROM THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LATE NEWS 'EROM THE DIGGINGS. j^Ye hear from a recent arrival that the population at OmeoVis.rapidly: increasing, and though the Government may not con sider it incumbent upon them to pay atten tion to the demands of so small a'population, we warn them that trouble is brewing for them in that quarter, which may make them regret the resolution they have ar rived at. Perhaps their activity .may be roused by learning that .the revenue is suffering from private distillation and sly grog sellings to a considerable, extent. .'In'justice^to the legitimate trade, this -hint should lead to.enquiry. We learn that travellers have suffered great inconvenience from the punt at the Straits;.not Jbeing '-lety persons.have 'been 'detained.- all-night- .waiting 'for •: an opportu nity.:o£ crossing.1 ' i. •• '\'o 1 At Swift's Creole the diggers are doing better" than ithey ^anticipated. ..At; the sLivingstorie several: new;:sluices will short ly be in operation,'.considerable expe...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 15th July. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

MELBOURNE. fmOM oun OWN COIUIBSPONDENT.] Wednesday. 15th .Tulv. I Ilis .Excellency the'Governor lias issued; a proclamation .rendering; the Sydney gold coinage current in'Victoria. ' ! In; the Log-islative Council, yesterday, Mr. Highett ask^d if the Crown Solicitor were authorised to receive fees for peru sing official documents referred to him by the Crown, and whether those fees are re tained by himself or paid over to thegene i'al- revenue. To this question the hqn. Mr. Mitchell replied that the! Crown So licitor had no authority tocharge fees ; and Mr. Highett rejoined that fees had been taken. . Among the preliminary business in the Legislative Assembly, the following: took place POUT ALBERT SHIPPING POINT COMMITTEE. Mr. King moved—" That the report from the Port Albert Shipping Point Committee be now adopted." : Mr. Lalor seconded the motion. Dr. Greeves complained that the report of the committee had only been distribu ted that, morning, and hon. members -had not had time to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, npHE Port Albert Steam -fi- l\l oirin«n ■ Navigation Company's fine "new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff,. Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf-for above Port every Fridays at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage- £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton. : All goods immediately-on -being landed are at consignees risk. ^ , ... 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. DOPIERTY, Manager, 270*03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. Public Work's Office, ; : Melbourne, 20th July, 1857. IMMIGRATION BUILDINGS, PORT ALBERT. rjlENDERS will be received until eleven o'clock on Tuesday, 4th August; for the erection of Immigration Buildings at Port Albert. [^Drawings and specification may be seen •at this Office, and at the Office of tlie •Resident Magistrate,-Port Albert. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Immigration Buildings,"' and addressed (if by post,'pr...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

COMMERCrAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT, ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs. iVIcKenzie and Co. purchased Goi.o nt 75s per oz. Wheat Ss lo 9s, for one very fine sample 10s lias been ottered. Oats, 18s to 10s 6'd per bushel. Potatoes, .£8. ^ Messrs. Schiller and Thiel have pur-, cluised Goi/d, 75s per oz. Whbat, 7s'6(1 to 8s per bushel. I-1ay, .£7 per ton. Potatoes, £8. Oats, lis per bushel. We hear of tho arrival of one parcel.of gold of 300 ozs. besides smaller parcels ottering for sale. Timheh.—Boards, 15s per -100 feet; battens, 15s do.; quartering, full cut., 20s, do.. scant., do., 10s do.; paling, 18s to; 20s do.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. : , ARHIVKD Cl'OIlT ALBERT.) July 23.—Stoi'm Binl/ p.A.s.N;fj Go.'s 1 steamer, J. B. Sydserff,,from Melbourne; i passengers—cabin; D.'Turnbull, Esq. and Mrs. Buckley. Steerage, 13. i CLEARED OUT. July 17.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, J. Graves, for Ilobnrt Town. ' July 17.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Plarrison, for Hobart Town. IMPORTS. ' r July 22.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; '2 cases, 1 truss, 2 rolls oilcloth, 1 box glass, 1- parcel,-!-. case, 3- trunks-clocks/ 2 ox'os, 1 case, 1 bag, 1 box, 29 bars iron, '5 bdles. iron/:2 axle arms, l'kegrnails, 1 • dox. brooms, 1 bag- . chain, 2 cases :sundsv' 2 nests •. Stubs,' 2 doz; > felloes/ > 2 qr. crtsks 'brandyyG :;bdles. spades;1 '4 :'kep-s nails/ 'i • bag-;harrow teeth,- 4 bags 'nails, 4 cases axes, 6 rdrums:'oil,:4: : drums turps, 6 lcegs : white-:lead,-! bag handle's, 1 pclcge.j 18 ■boxos. soaD, 7h - chests' tea, G boxes ;teaj {Ii case: and 4 bags biscuit, 30 doors, 3- doors, ; 23 pieces glitterin...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 July 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tarraviile, July 18th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Howden, Flinn, and McKenzie. Minutes of last meeting read and   confirmed. A letter was read from R. Searle, informing the Board that his contracts Nos 2, 3, and 4 would be complete by the 21st inst., and desiring that the Road Engineer would appoint an early day for inspecting the same. Application was made by W. Ostler for progress payment, for his contract No. 5.   Resolved that W. Ostler be paid 90 per cent on the amount of his contract. Proposed by Mr McKenzie, in the absence of Mr. Hart, that Wellington street be repaired. Resolved that Wellington-street be repaired and tenders advertised for in two succeeding numbers of the local paper Application was made by Mr. T. Cur tis to construct a drain.       Resolved that the application be allowed.  

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THE JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE. Helianthus Tuberosus. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

THE JERUSALEM AUTI ■ . CHOKE. . Jlelicmllms Tuperqsus. : Attention has - lately ;;beon .: di rected to, this plant, by; Mr.> Ar cher, as a favourable addition; to our field crops.' Most people are familiar with it as an. agreed able esculcnt' to Avhich a small corner of the vegetable garden is'; occasionally devoted,' and • 6ven-; grown in this way it 'is ' noti we" think properly appreciated. . It is now however coming, more. into favor The failure; of the vines in France, induced distillers to seek for other sources from which to! obtain alcohol, and the artichoke has been found not only available for that purpose but also of < con siderable value for the -feeding of; stock.1 ' i ■ The Jerusalem. Artichoke .will ■thrive in any .soil, but, flourishes 'most in alightv-riclrone;" It uiay be raised /from seed, or in the same way. as the potatoe, froiri cuttings: of the tubers. • iThe situ-s ation should be open, if over shadowed by trees, it does not thrive. The planting...

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TWO MILLIONS OF TONS OF SILVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

■ TWO MILLIONS OF TONS OF SILVER. The ocean holds dissolved two millions tons of silver. To three French, chemists this discovery is due. They took, sorae gallons from the coast of St: jVIalo,' a few leagues irom land, and ana lyseditin t noways. A portion of the water they acted upon by the usual tests for silver: and the presence of the precious : metal was clearly ascertained. The re mainder of the water they evapo rated, and the salt they obtained, they boiled with lead. This gav.e them a , button of impure lead, which they subjected to what is termed cupellation. This- rather grand word, denotes a very simple process. The, button is placed upon a little tiny saucer made of lime, and is submitted to lieat sufficient to melt lead, but not higli enougli to affect silver, should any be present. Tlie lead soon begins to melt, and as it melts'it is sucked up by tlie po rous little saucer or cupel; it grows smaller and smaller until no lead remains,; and. in its place is a little bril...

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WELSHPOOL HARBOR. [Communicated to the Editor of the Herald, 7th July, 1857.] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

WELSHPOOL HARBOR. \ Communicated to the Editor of the Herald, 7th July, 1857.] [ " Sin,—Will 'you kindly allow me space in yoiu'--valuable journal to; express my gratitude to Dr. Evans for his disinterested^ and ^therefore,,honest, ad vpcacy of ^Welsh pool as a' safe, convenient, ana. highly. adr yantagebus iiarbor.5 Arid ' in thus expres sing' my acknowledgements for tills patriot ism displayed by l)r. Evans, I feel confi dent that I am at the same time giving utterance to the feelings of every one who has'any desire to advance the prosperity of the district.- ■ i It1 is impossible to estimate the advanta ges'which die opening of Welshpool would confer ' upon the sadly neglected -but not thef less valuable district of Gipps; Land. This, portion, of, the province has never yet received' anything like its due share of at tention1 from the: 'Government, and there fore the advantages?it possesses' for the set tlement of a large population are compara tively unknown. And it is my decide...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 22nd July. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

MELBOURNE. [from our own correspondent. Wednesday, 22nd July., In the legislative Assembly, yesterday, Mr. King gave notice of his intention to ask questions about police protection on the Omeo gold-field, and the establishment of a County Court-at Sale. PORT ALBERT COMMITTEE REPORT. Mr. King moved that: the report: from the Port Albert Shipping Point Commit tee be adopted. The Speaker asked the lion.. member if it recommended the expenditure,, of any money, because if so, it would bo ne cessary to move the adoption of the report in a committee of the whole Plouse,1 to gether with an address to His Excellency praying for a sum of money to be placed on the estimates, to enable the recommen-. dations. in the report to be carried out. Mr. King said he did not think the re port recommended the expenditure of money. Mr. Brooke hoped the lion, member would only move that the report be re ceived in the meantime. The concluding paragraph of the report recommended the purchase of an acre and...

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COUNTY COURT. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

COU.NTY' COURT. | To the. JEditor. of the Gipps Land Guardian, Sin,—As the sittings of the above Court five close at hand, I would beg- to submit to tlie attention of the proper authorities the very inefficient accommodation hitherto .provided for jurymen attending the above Court. They have hitherto been .huddled together down one side of the Court House surrounded or rather Hemmed in by the spectators; arid in such a situation that any one:at all dull of hearing;1 could not possi bly tell the one .half, of what any witness ; was deposing'.to. . As a. matter of justice,. ; juiyinen oug'ht, distinctly to hear all the evidence adduced on either side, but the ipresent arrangements of the Court entirely prevent that. Allow me to sv\ggest that a railed seat be placed in front of the dock, outside of which the spectators must stand, and the witness being' thus in the' centre" of the jurymen they would have: an opportunity of distinctly hearing, all.the evidence. A better plan might sugge...

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CORRESPONDENCE. DANGEROUS NUISANCES. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 July 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. DANGEI.IOUS NUISANCES. | > To the Editor of the GippsLarid Guardian. Sift,—Will you 1 allow me, through the medium of your journal to call the attention of. the proper-.authorities to the dangerous pitfalls that have been dug in several places in the neighbour hood of Port Albert, to the great danger of both equestrians arid pedestrians, more especially- after dark. There is one in particular at the' junction of the old roads from Tarraville and Albcu ton (near the ' race, course) lo Port Albert were a deep hole is dug partly across, (he old track, and anyone following that road alter dark would be very apt to full1 into it." /It ought to be incumbent on some one lo enclose'these dangerous traps, .and some.piene of sandy ground ought to be,reserved*for the use of the inhabitants, ""d . properly fenced, if not, and the public are allowed indiscri minately to dig holes in the neighbour hood of the different' townships, so e fatal accident is pretty sure to h | pen e...

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