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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. THE HILLS OF THE ' , 'r! :;S:HATESiycl . A new work by the author of the . {' Wide Wide World," to be . ob tained at the Guardian Office, Port Albert.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LAND BILL. 'iA. public meeting-was. held on; Saturday, evening the 1st inst. at the Ro}'al Exchange, Hotel, Sale, for the purpose of protesting, against'the new Land Bill. Mr. D. Were in the chair. ' - - ^ It was proposed hy,Mr..Dexter secon ded by, Mr. Watson—" Tliat this meeting be considered only'a preliminary'one, and that a committee'be appointed to draw up resolutions to be submitted at a future. meeting." . : ■ ' ■ Carried. The following gentlemen were ; selected: to form the committeeMessrs. < ,P. H." McArdle,: A. Arbuckle, Green, Mcintosh,< Fisher, Davidson, ■ McGhee, ; Dexter,. D. Were,McColl,.;-,Marley, :: Leeson,,, and. De Tracey—Mr. R. Wiiiiains, Secretary. Proposed by Mr. R. Williams- seconded by: Dr. Arbuckle—"'That this meeting be1 adjourned' to Saturday evening; Aug. 8tli-." Carried. . . A vote .of - thanks to the Chairman i con ■ eluded the proceedings.. -;■ ; .The meeting rwas numerously:attended,5' more, so than was t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

THE DAIRY. It is not many years . since Gipps Land butter, ancl Gipps Land cheese commanded the highest price in the Melbourne market, and Ave are quite sure that sinea that time, neither of these products of our district have deteriorated in quality, though they have diminished wofully in quantity. . The almost universal success that attended the early visits of our people to to Bendigo and Forest Creek, produced a distaste for all gradual accumulation of / wealth; the idea of working for,;,; little more than a comfortable subsis tence was too contemptible' to' be entertained. for a , moment, arid though Gipps Land possessed at tractions strong enough1 sto- bring back, with scarcely an exception; all whom the', gol'd liaclijfdriv.en away, yet the effect produced upon them by, the sudden,, and (to them) easy -acquisition - of wealth, remain, and, though with diminished force, influence ' thein to. this day.. This is part of , the price we pay for the ^advantages conferred upon us ■ ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. Thursday, 30th July, 1857. (Before Capt. Caray, P.M. and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

POLICE' INTELLIGENCE.' ' , ALUEHTON. . • . • Thursday, 30th July,,1857. (Before Capt...Cnroy,, P.M. and iSdgar U lade, Esq., J.P.) . | f John Davis appeared on a summons to iliiswer the 'complaint of Henry Divine for assault and./using ' threatening language. It, appeared that, l.lie assault,Mind- threats complained of, were committed some eve nings before as complainant was returning from his .works'and evidence' was brought forward .in,*support.of tlie charge. Til. defendant Davis did not deny that he had assaulted Deane, but pleaded strong,provo cation, which was, as he 'had stilted, that Deane had seduced his daughteiv who was apprenticed to jDoane's. wife, n'Davis then called his daughter, who was sworn, and examined for the defence, and.whose .evi dence was such that the Bench dismissed the charge. / ' ^ * '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, : THE Port Albert Steam' Navigation Company's fine' i.. new screw steamer STORM ^m}IRD, j, ]3. Sydserff, Commander, will ' liave immediate despatch after arrival for above port. •" Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage £3 5s. Freight £,2 per ton. All good's immediately on being' landed are at.consignees riskj V5-'" ''' •,; [Gold, t forishipmentj >must be ? (entered" at' the Custoins,before ,10..o'clock [a.m. on day of sailing.' J \ . r i '' For Freight' or Passage apply, to - . . : • WM. DOHERTY, Manager/' ? 270-03> : Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. ■ ELECTION NOTICE. Electoral District of Albert on-—In.the Colony of Victoria. ' Charles rI liouias, the returning.officer 9 duly appointed under the provisions | of the Act, 19th. Vic., No. 12, for the I Electoral District of Albertou, do hereby give notice' flint 1 have appointed Capt. Kelsallj J.P., of':Alberton, to he Election Auditorto act at any Election or Elec tions for!.and during the year now next en s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT. July 31.—Glei:eoe, barque, 160 tons, T."Abbott,■-.from Hobart Town. Turn bull and Co.; agents. July 31.—Mariposa, schooner 190 tons, W. Croucher, from Hobart Town. W. Croucher, agent. July 31.—IJ. S. Pago, barque, 226 tons, .T.i Spring,- from Hobart Town. T. Spring, jigent. ■ J(ily^3!.—Dobsons, schooner, J. Tobin, from Melbourne, • in .ballast., Turnbull and Co., agents. ( ■ , I " ' July 31'.—Free Trader, .barque, 206 'tonspCapt. Toms, from Melbourne;,--. | ' . CLEARED OUT. ( j .'August 1.—Mariposa,' schooner,,' 19C> ! tons, ;W.tGronchcr, 'for Hobart1 Town; ' 'August 3.-^-H.VS.: Page, barque,..226 .*tons, T. Spring,'for Hobart Town.; >, August; 4.—Dobsons, nvscbooner, 112 tons, J. Tobin, for Launceston. ,-v 1 . ■ r • -/August 5.—Free : Trndeiy barqnej 206 ■ tons,. Capt; Toms, for: Hobart' Town.- ' IMPORTS. . July 31.— Glcncoe, from Hobart-Town; 2000 paling, Adams j 1000: paling, order: •a t J uly 31.—Mariposa, fro in ' Hobart i Toiv...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.   Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, August 1st, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Turn bull, Flinn, Hobson, Howden, Neilson, and Hart.     Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed.       The Committee appointed to draw up regulations for draining, brought up, their report for discussion. 'Resolved that the Committee's report be adopted. The Road Engineer reported that no   contracts were completed, but recommen ded 50 per cent progress payment on the   Alberton Water Road and 75, per cent, progress payment on the Water Road west of the Albert River.     Resolved that 50 per cent progress pay ment be paid on, contract;-No.3 and 75 per cent progress payment be paid on contract No. 6.         Tenders were received for draining the Tarraville Water Road at the f...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Memorial read at the meeting of the Road Board on Saturday. the 1st August. To His EXCELLENCY SIR HENRY BARKLY K.C.B., Governor OF THE COLONY OF VICTORIA, &c., &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

Memorial read at the meeting of the     Road Board on Saturday   the 1st August.         To His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly K.C.B., Governor of The colony of Victoria   &c., *c., *c.     A short time since A memorial was ad- dressed to your Excellency upon the sub- ject of the injustice of a tax now levied upon us by the Alberton Road Board, an answer to which has been received by Mr. McPhail under date 12th June, setting forth your Excellency's commands to in- form us that we all occupy land in the Alberton District and are by law bound   to submit to the imposition. Why it would be as just to tax the inhabitants of     Melbourne for the use of the inhabitants of Geelong and surely a merely municipal Act was never intended to exten over a country one hundred miles in extent; and   also referring...

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TARRAVILLE. Saturday, 1st August, 1857. (Before Capt. Carey, P.M.' and Dr. Hedley, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 August 1857

TARRAVILLE. Saturday, 1st August', 1857.       (Before Capt. Carey, P.M. and Dr. Hedley, J.P.         William Firman was summoned by Mrs. Margaret Stone, of the Tarra Sur- vey, for illegally detaining a bullock, her property. Mr. Gurney appeared for the   defendant and Mr. Flinn was allowed by the Bench to conduct Mrs. Stones case. It will be remembered that last week Mrs. Stone brought a charge against Fir- man for brainding this bullock which was dismissed in absence of proof, and the pre- sent complaint was laid to recover the ani- mal which was still in Firman's possession. Mrs Stone was sworn, and stated that the bullock in question was hers, and bore the brand of her late husband, that it had been brought in to her by Mr. James       McAlpine about ten months since, for the purpose of being breken in, and had since   got aw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. At Reduced Prices. TULLOCH and BROWN'S Map of the Colony of Victoria, comprising part of New South Wales, seaport and inland townships, the Gold Fields with the latest discoveries, Roads, Tracks, &c. &c., are now offered, on rollers, at 35s. mounted for the pocket, 15s. To be had at the Guardian Stationery Warehouse Port Albert. Just published, price 2s. 6d., rpi-IE KANGAROO HUNT 'POLKA composed by G. M. Weinmtter. To be obtained at the Gipps Land Guardian Office. OPINIO*. or tiie press. • A spirited and what is rather rare, a really original polka has just been published by Mr. Joseph Wilkie. It is from the pen of Mr. G-. M. Weinritter, and its publication is an evidence that we need not rely exclusively upon European ] composers for the music which enlivens our ; homes or imparts animation to the movements of those who visit our ball room.—Argus. ■ j " For want of timely care, millions have died of medicable wounds." DR. L. L. SMITH'S Vegetable Pill...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS. ■ The: import - markets, generally, were almost n's languid; during- the last,; as for some weeks previously, though somewhat more animation than usual was observable in the warehousemen's business. ..It .is supposed that the expected mail from ■England} which is now overdue, had some effects upon the markets last week, and that the spring" trade will be materially influenced by the tenor of the advices now hourly looked for. • In' the mean itime stocks are daily becoming1 heavier, and unless a brisk demand speedily springs up, there must be large reductions iii ' prices in order to place. goods, and make up remittances; The flour market has suffered a; slight . depression—the highest price offering for best Adelaide brands being £25 per. "ton. Business has been in an unsettled state. The Melbourne mills are now selling firsts at £23, and seconds at £21. The grain market is easier,cbut wliea^ finds ready purchasers afc previous rates Colonial oats were about 12s p...

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PORT ALBERT. Monday, 10th August, 1857. (Before Captain Carey P.M. and Edgar Slade Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

TOUT ALBERT. ; iMoiiday,10tli August, 1857. ('Before Captain Carey P.M. and Edgar ' Slade EsqV J.P.) " Dennis Lestin-An<\. Archibald Mc Locklin charged by constable Cummins with drunkenness and fightingJthe pre vious night at Tarraville, were ; dis charged with a caution it being their, first appearance before the Bench.

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SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING JULY 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

Sales-; of( Sto&kiat hob ariv'town ■ !~b'fvvav^unjisrft£■ jui,y>h857^i'^''j" '^t :° 6cl!$b*16i-'5s j •average^llZfJ9s'4lid.fr^7, : cows, ex Mary Ann; ,12'/'2s !6d!t6' 12/5s)' ■average; 12/ 3s 9d. 33 Lancaster ewes 'ex-Mary 'Ann,'57s :3d. '201"ewes, ex I Mary Ann,"23s- to 23'"3d'.. . 229 owes, i-J ex-Golonial,'38s 3d*to 4t5s. " .j ■ 3rd -26 bullocks,' ex Colonial/ 14117s Gd r to 171 j average, 15/.13s:: v. •. r 6tli, 394'wethers, ex PairTasmaman, 30s to 30s 3d. ' - 1 7tlv '22-bullocks,; ex- Colonial, ,15/. to 15/ 7s Od; average, 15/6s 3d. 10th 60 bullocks, ex Eclipse, 12/ 2s 6d to 15Z 7s Od average, 13i Ss 9d. (, .... II fch 55 bullocks,-ox II. S. Page, 10/. 2s Gd, . to ;13/.,5s; average, ,11/' 19s.!,, 13 •cows, ex ,H. S.i Page, SI) 10s toi-SM y <v.1 • average, 8/ 1 5s ,• 5 d. ■; 401 • swefcbers,; i ex City of- Hobart, 27s to 2Ss 9d. 040 ..wethers, ex'Dart, 16s to 16s 9d. i > [ ' \ 13th 53 wethers, ex Colonial, 15s. 79 .ewes, ex.Colon>al,'lls 3d to lis 6d....

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. Thursday, 6th August, 1857. (Before Captain Garey P.M and Edgar Slade Esq. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

POLICE /INTELLIGENCE. ■aXBERTON." Thursday, 6th August,' 1857• (Before Captain'Garey'P.MDand Edgar ■ •-Slade Esq. John Kilmariin was summoned by Thomas Petty for neglecting to -pay him his wages. The defendant admit ted thatswagesViwere'-'-due to the com plainant which were found to amount to £8, which sum,was awarded to be paid. ' _ Before Captain Carey P.M. George Guy ...a constable, was charged by the\ Superintendent of Police with neglect of duty, in allow ing- a prisonei' itoi escape; from, his! custo dy. ; ,Jt . appeared; from (he evidence that Guy was order ed ;to fetch in , a load of wood for the station, the'prison er, a native-'black, commited for a month iby th'e Bench at Sale/was sent out to cut the wood.jwith Guy. Mr.; Slade in his evidence slated that he had more than once cautionedGuy, not (o cross the Albert Bridge'' with prisoners for the purpose of'-getting in - woodl and he attributed; the escape of the prisoner' to Guy, having disobeyed the orders in this respect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Gr. S. L.—^Ve shall be happy to hear again from you -when your pen- has not been dipped in gall. • Your last iwasr too personal,for our columns. Alpha—next weelc. . ''

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Siu,—Will you allow me a small space in youx* journal for the benefit of travel lers who may chance to stop at the Shakespere Inn, Stratford. 11 chanced to be'passing some few days j a^°> and ordered my horse to be fed. I put him in one of the stalls of the stable that,' by chance, had left a few blades of. hay. I must remind you, Sir, it was the only' stall in the stable that had a bite in'it. • : | saw my horse get his oats and left the" stable, on my return in a few minutes, to | my surprise, I found him taken out of his stall arid tied up to an empty rack. ,:1 asked the ostler why he had taken out the horse, and he replied that it was his. mas ter's orders that no horse having oats should have any hay while eating-,them,J unless specially paid for in addition;On my return in a couple of days, I , reques ted to see the master of . the ' house,; and-, remonstrated with him about such' unu-; sual proceedings, and got ver'...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 14th August, 1857. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

Friday, 14tk August, 18-57. IMMIGRATION. The Government have, we. be-, lieve, in the; appointment of'Mr. s Pinnock as Imnngration Agent, made, a most judicious selection, and one that ,^e consider a; sub ject of congratulation to the in habitants of this and all similar ly situated Districts! 1 " . Mr. Pinnobli' accompanied' the recently. arrived immigrants to Port Albert witlra view to ma ldng " himself acquainted '■ With the facilities offered by the Dis trict : for the! reception: of Immi grants and the probable number required in future. • ; - : • We- are informed that as soon as arrangements .can he: made to that effect, a dep6t ^vill .be estab lished at Sale, and a proper proT portion of each detachment of immigrants forwarded there im mediately pn.their arrival at the Port. j.;,;. j yj- j. ;..... This arrangement will,"" we have no doubt, be highly accep table to the residents of the Up per District, as it will relieve them of the expense and loss of time incurred in a long j...

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SALE. Monday August 3rd. (Before C. J. Tyers Esq. R.M) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

SALE. Monday August 3rd. (Before C. J. Tyers Esq. R.M) Charles McLean was brought up by warrant, charged with tising-threaten ing and abusive language to William Wilson. The charge was proved, and the defendant bound over to keep the peace for three months, himself in twenty pounds, and two sureties ot ten pounds each.

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THE GRAPE VINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

THE GRAPE VINE. : The pruning of vines sliouldnowbefinish ed and the cuttings planted, v Up to the third year one shoot only should he al lowed to remain on the vine, in order that ;all the strength of the tree maybe exer ted in the formation of a robust stem; at •each pruning, leave only • three buds ' of last year's wood, and as they advance; in Ithe Spring- nib off two of the three, always ;leaving the lowest, unless it appears weak: ,As .the .shoot extends support it upright by a short stake, so that the wood left at each, pruning may be as nearly as possi-' ble straight. In the third year allow two shoots to form, one on each side, and train them horizontally for a short distance, and at the next pruning the sine will have as sumed the form it should permanently re tain. A little trouble thus taken with the formation of the stem saves a great deal "afterwards. . Where there is a choice of cuttings, those should be selected that are stout, short-jointed, and with prominent buds,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, fpIIE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine • new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wliarf for above Port at two o'clock, p.m. Pares—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. ' V , , V For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 270-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. Ha •i Superior J?cvrlor cmd Becl Room Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, Sfc.rSro. E. T./NEWITON AS received instructions from William Howden, Esq., to sell by. .public auction at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, on THURSDAY, nth August, . At Twelve o'clock, All his hoiisehold furniture, &c., consist ing- of:— ' , Horse-hair sofa, fender and fire irons, Cheffonier, clock, bookcase, telescope ta ble, pictures, piano arcd music stool, hair seated I chairs, lamp, glass...

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