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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

COMjU lilJCIAL ]A1 TELLTG'E.N CE. POll'L1 ALBERT MARKETS. r ; Messrs. .McKenzio and Co.- have puiv chased , . . •..•..GoLD/nt 75s. per ounce.,, • . ,. :. Wii.ijat. :8s to 9s per busbel. > . Potato r.s, Ss to 9s per CMvfc. - - . : IIa y,. £12 per- ton. - • '., ;: ■ . ..Oats, 10s to 12s per,busbel. , ■ Flour is selling- at £28, to ,£29 per ton. , •, Tj!a.—Congou, £9 to £10; Hyson-skin, £P> to £8. V Sugar, £40 to £52 per ton." Messrs. Schiller find Tbiel luvve.pur chased Wheat, 8s Gd to 9s per busbel. Oats, 10s to lis per busbel. , Potatoes, £7 to £8 per ton. Flour, £25 per ton. Egos, 4s to 4s Gd per doz. Barkly vMills, J. Carpenter, Pro prietor. . Fine flour, £24 per ton. Bran, 2s 3d per busbel. Grinding', Is Od. Sawn Timber.—Scantling, 10s. Full' cut quartering', 14s. W eatberboards, 12s. ' • Battens, 12s. ' Flooring-Boards, 14s.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. . AIUU VED; (POET, .ALBEltT.) ■ 'August -9.-J?air -Tasmanian, schooner, 156 tons, J. •Arthur, from Hobart Town, in ballast. Turnbull and Co., agents. . August 10.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, J. Graves, from Hobart Town. ■ Turnbull and Co., agents. t ~August-rl3.-r-Storm Bird, p.a.s.n'. Co.'s : ;sfeamer,v75 tons, J. B. Sydserff', from iMelbourne; Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, .•Mrs..Hart,.and Mr.sSargood. rSteerage, 9. • CLEARED. QUT. , 1 j'J ''August lO.'-^Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 1156' tons',Arthur, fori Hobart Town. ! August )12i^Mtay Aim; schooner,' 116. tons, J. Graves/ for: Hobart-Town. , „ ,-IMPORTS. .. " i j;, : - '* 5 ' ' August; 10 —Mary Aim... from ^ Hobart; • Town60'bushels lime, 2500 paling, .11; •'-bags-'flaurforder*; IS 'bars' ',irph^'6 .'boxesi - wearing apparel,' 1 case' oil;' 2 i?agsf?p*$a-! ,, toes, 3 cases, saddlery, 1 pckge.' carbines/ • , August 13.—Storm iBird,..,from>,-Mel-v ■■•bourner;r 1 bdle.'trees, 10 boards,.! dray,' < 2 c...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 August 1857

,0\uav LOOAli INTELLIGENCE, > . . ;• : if;^f oI>-' ; The immigrants by the' Star of the South "may"be"classed as "toilows"Mar-" ried couRles^26,^single nnen^i'-lGp/^ng'le Women, 19, children andlnfants',-20. All the men- ^areifarmilaborers-.oivploughmen; There were remaining;for;hir6;inithe de p6t last evening : married couple^, 18, single women, 6, single man,'jl,' ,(sick) taaking a total of 43 out of 'tW!'original number of 81 withoutreckoningchilaren. | Contracts Accepted;—T.',;'Mile's jcontract for improving^the road( between j Alberton-and ^the* Tarraj: and /Miy-^ilkin 'son's for maintenance of the road between, 'Port' Albert arid Tarraville have b'e'en 'accepted. : ° Fire.—On Thursdaylast' a hut' belongs !ing to Mr. Parmer was accidentally'des troyed by fire. Mr. Farmer was occupied in an .adjoining paddock;-when he iwas startled by hearing an explosion of gun powder in the direction of;the hut, and on running home. he found it entirely de stroyed. ; ; We regret to, ;hea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. At Reduced Prices. npULLOCH and BROWN'S Map of the Colony of Victoria, comprising part of New South Wales, seaport ana 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 Albei't. Just published,price 2s. 6d., -®- composed by G. M. Weinkitter. To be obtained at the Gipps Land Guardian Office. A spirited and what is rather rare, a really original polka has just been published by Mr. Joseph Willcie. 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. KANGAROO HUNT POLKA OPINION OP THE PRESS. " For want of timely care, millions have died of medicable wounds." DR. L. L. SMITH'S Vegetable Pills These Pills ...

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CHINESE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

From the Putnam (Indiana) Republi- ,: can Banner. CHINESE POTATO: ■ Wo were pleased'-to-recelvev.-the.'lol^.-: lownig- commuiiicat i on; fr om , Dr. Dar-. nallyin compliance with request,of ours, that he would furnish our renders with the result of his experiment" with the '•Chinese'Yam." It willVbe perceived that, the trial which::hesliasgiven' it has, so; far, proved, entirely; successful.;, and.; that if he should succeed in preserving1 the-fruits of the present season ,he will he able "to ''plant a considerable "patch" the, ensuing season. • If - the "Yam'' proves to be even one,-half as valuable : as;Prince claims it tosbe it. will, soon find its way into many of our gardens, and, we should suppose, measurably : supplant the cultivation1 of the'eommon potato.— Etl. , , - ,«• >1. , Mr. Editor,—I reply v with ipleasure toiyoiir request, and give the,readers of your department a- short account of my if.'luck" with the Chinese 'Yam' or. Dioscorea Batatas. • ; ." t ■ In February ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

t \ - v;;r (1 »j: mi*1 h ...*'^ • ., MELBOURNE. [FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] J>*» | 1" ;'f?<i/',ii!f;!(WeHhesdaj,il2fch"Aughsti;uI. •Parliament'' re-assembledi ''yesterday- af ternoon. In the Legislative Council there was; rio, business i transacted of- a~generally interesting1 nature. - i i '>'■ - - ^ Captain .Clarke brought;■ up- the.- report from the Select Committee on;- Railways; which rwas received, and ordered - to be printedand," on the motionj of^Captain: Clarke its'.consideration was;'made ian or-.: deivof.lthe day for Tuesday,next, then to take precedence j on which occasion the lion, member further,intimated/that it^as his intention to introduce'a'bill for the eneral regulation "of"railways' in . the olony. • ■ ; - t;) On the motion of Mr. Foster, an 'acldresa to the Governor, was adopted requesting that measures might be taken to ascertain the rates of wages now paid in this Colo ny to the various descriptions of laborers. "When the Estimates were intr...

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POLICE VALUE OF WHITE AND BLACK LABOR IN GIPPS LAND. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

POLICE VALUE OF WHITE AND BLACK LABOR IN GIPPS LAND. ' To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian, \ Mn. Editor,—Can you inform me by what scale the'police authorities compute the relative value of the labor of white and black persons undergoing1 sentence at Alberton. I am informed that a some short. time since a notorious horse steale1' escaped from the watch-house, whose loss to the working- department of the Go vernment was valued at seven pounds, (a fine to that amount having been imposed on the watch-house keeper.) A few days since a black prisoner was sent to assist in bringing in firewood with the police bul lock driver, but instead of loading wood he sloped, his loss to the police is estima ' ted at £25, which sum the constable was j politely requested to pay, or serve Her Mnjesty three months for nothing as an equivalent for the loss of Mr. Blacky. Your insertion of the above will oblige, so that in these dear times the public may see the quotations of prison labor as well as...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. I 1 u the Editor of the Gippx Land Guardian. iUtt.; iiiDiTOR,—The leading avticlo in-a": irecent, issue of your valuable .-paper,■ viz.-:—>■ Tlmt on "Internal Communication,'' is ot so interesting- and important a; nature to ,; the district at large, that to remain quies cent after so urgent an- appeal would lead to the supposition that, the good folk of Gipps Land are indeed indifferent to their best interests, but such is not the case, and not being1 inclined to take credit for any gi'eat amoimfc of apathy or indifference to what,so nearly concerns us, is the only apology I can offer for the following re marks. While coinciding in opinion with ^ yon, that, unless we are prepared to submit for another year to the loss and inconve nience arising from the want of proper facilities for internal communication, we should endeavor, by all lawful means, to draw the attention of the Government to our necessities, and that immediately,— for public opinion, coupled with an...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

: MELBOURNE MARKETS. During the. greater part of last week, the dullness in the import, market,:.re peatedly noticed, continued as before 5 but toward the close of the week, tho- business in that particular line revived a little, and some considerable transactions were repor ted. This was caused in some measure by a reported willingness on the part of" hoi- I ders to accept lower prices for particular kinds of goods. It is probable that the news by the Enm, which vessel reachecl Hobson's Bay 011 Saturday bringing advi ces'from homo to the 17th June, will have a beneficial effect upon the • markets here, as it seems that the excessive ship ments which have glutted the market in time past, are subsiding, and it is hoped that in future they will be more regular; and systematic. ; ; The tendency of prices in . the flour market has been downward, though little, if any, actual reduction lias taken place, speculation has, at all events, subsided during the week. Best Adelaide brands may.no...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 21st August, 1857. RAILWAYS IN GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

Friday, 21.s\t August, 1857. RAILWAYS IN GIPPS LAND* In the discussion of any plan for opening a communication with the Lakes, we naturally give ihe preference to that prdject'whicli promises most speedily anil' effec tually to attain the?:desired;; end. Those(which .have, attracted; the public, ;attention most strongly 'hitherto ^are^ftrstj.'^he'1 formation of a tiavigablechaniiel conne.ciiiiig 'thev'l4^es;:.^tliV' ShallowInlet, second the construction of a main road with planked wheel-tracks^ third, a siugle liiie^of railway, Tlie oliijectiohs urged ;against the first, of these schemes, are founds ed; principally-on! ithe nature' ■ of the soil through'which the wprk would-have to: be1 carried, for the m'ost part this consists of sand either.. p ure; or .mixed- witlii iclay,* and interspersed with beds of marine-shells,! and' it is argued that' no channel intersecting such ft: soil would remain, open. ■ In, reply, it may be said that such channels do exist - under similar circumsta...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. POUT ALBERT. Friday,14th August, 1857 (Before David Turnbull, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. POUT ALBERT. . (Before11 David 'Turnbull,' Esq.', J P.)' Richard Huntingdbn^ye&i'edi' on (ibail to answer the charge of constable;.Cum mins of having- been drank^anH' disorderly tbe;-p,revioiisoriig,bt)iand'v)w^sr'lineH Hfive1 shillings, which'.lie .paid.:;,, John, Ferrin ,was charged;:]by{constable. White with''a" like offence, and was dis missed with a caution. Monday, 17tlf"]Og'ast, 185? j(Before.^giir;§lade, Esq., jvP.) -•, John Martin was fined '5s.'for drunken ness on the charge of constable" Cummins. XFine paid. 'Richard Huntingdon and George Huntingdon, father , and son,, then appear ed on liail to answer to the charge of Mr. Robert Burn, of the Royal Hotel, Tarra ville, for using ' threatening language to wards liim. Beyond the, complainant's own testimony no evidence was brought forward in support of the charge, and the defendants, in answer to the complaint, stated, that Mr. Burn had assaulted the younger defendant in his house without provoca...

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NEWS FROM ENGLAND. Monday, 17th August. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

NEWS FROM ENGLAND;' Monday, 17th August. The Emu with "the June mail, and news to the 17th of that month,' arrived in Ilobson's Bay on Saturday morning-. In the news she bring-s there is nothing- very startling, though there is much interesting", because it is news from " home." The intended marriage of the Princess Royal and the Prince of Prussia has been announced to Parliament, and the House of Commons has voted a dowry of £40,000 down, and an annuity-of £8,000 a year to the Princess Royal during- her life. :dM J ' ./ - -The- infant Princess -was baptised on the IG.th iby the namo of Beatrice .Mary;Vic tom.'~ " ' ' ' ' ' ' V ,-~' The Grand -Duke'' Constantine had paid a hasty visit to her iMajesty. Trade had(greatly.revived in tliejmanu facturing; dis(McfcsT '1; ^ " ¥"' . 11 Th'e/emigratibn-s'fr6mR England' to Aus tralia during;'May thad) reached^ 7959; which:was 5290 ovfer that'of-lastf yeai\!: ;'ri The,directors\of'theRoyal;Bi'iti.s'liBank are about to be criminally prosecuted....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

LOCAL ,INTELLIGENCE. '" ' The meeting t<* protest against.i the Liiii'd 'Bill/ adjburn'ed'i^roin Saturday the® l'st^nst./Svas'helcl inutile(large room of tlie'/Royfil .Exclmnge'Hotel on r'baturdnj^ 'the'8th' arid " was numerous attended! Rii'V' Latham was called "to1 'th'6' chair."' '' °' The cliaifmah briefly stated the object of the mePting{fand';mentioned that A. ;.Arbuckle, Esq., P. H. McArdle,„Esq.,. and Mr. J. D.;Leesori hod ! declined ! toj serve on the <"Committee on ■ a'ccoiirit, of, pressing ^engagements,' .'Mri1'1 DeTracy's: namewas: also proposed while absentr.and without liis -knowledge.•• He1 called- on1 Mr. Were to move the first resolution. (Mr., D.: Were pn)pose^-^"'Xhat.r in; the opinion' of1 this meeting' the Land Bill as at present before the Legislative As sembly givestundue privilege to the squat ting-interest, :and does not meet the re quirements of the Colony^arid that : no' bill should be passed which does not con stitute all the! unali...

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TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

Our agricultural friends will, be in terested in hearing the result of some experiments made by William Dray )of the firm of Dray and Co., Swan-lane), at his farm atFarningham in distillation from Mangold-Wurzel and Beet root. It has been known for some "time past that this has been carried on success fully on the continent, and so Mr. Dray obtained the consent of govern ment to the erection of an apparatus for experiment at his farm. Mr. Dray is not disposed to keep his knowledge under a bushel, but very readily shows the process to any visitor; we are there fore enabled to state the result of his experiments, and recommend the mat ter to the attention of those interested. Nineteen gallons of plain or neutral spirit are obtained from a ton of Silesia sugar beet-root, and sixteen gallons iwid upwards per ton from yellow globe'"' mangold-wurzel. The cost of produc tion does not amount to 5d. per gallon, and it would be much less in a large establishment. Now estimating man gold-wurze...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLTGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLTGE*1 CE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. ' Tlmhistweek lias been.a dull one from the small qiiai'iUty of produce ollbriiig. Prices remain stnt.ionary. ... Messrs. Mclvenzie and Co. report- that there is neither liny nor oatsfolleringv;.>..::>■■■■ ■■ Flour is selling: at from £24 to £28. r' ' Messrs. Schiller and Thiol have pur chased—, Bark at. from £2 10s to £3 per ton. ■■■ .Fldijr-i? selling- at £28. !ooed Oats at Ms. Seed Barley, 13s. Green stuff would meet with ready sale nt Port Albert. "

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) August 15.—Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons/ J. Tobin,"from. Jjaunceston, in bal ■ last. Turnbull'and Co., agents. , i - August 15.—Village Belle, schooner, '• Capt. McDonald, from Melbourne, in ■ ballast. August 15.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 <_tons,.G.. Harrison, from Hobarfc Town: .^'urnbnlL and Co., agents. .August 15.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 ..tons, E. B. Wolfe, from Hobart 'Town. Turnbull and-Co. agents. > August 19.—Stqrm<,Bird;p.A.s.N. Co.'s . steamer, 75 tons,- J. , B; -,S);dserff,' •• from Melbourne; Miss /Parr,; Messrs. ^Forties}, •'Archer, Stenho'use, Coombe,.!H.;. Reoch^ and Rev. Mr. Graham. '. Steerage, 16. -r CLEARED OUT. • August 17.—Dobsons, ^schooner, 119 ■ !- tons, J. Tobiri, fov Launceston. August 18.—yillage Belle, schooner; Cupt. McDonald,' for'Launcesfconi. : ;••:•. August 19— Macquarie;schooner, -130 .tons, G. Harrison, for, Hobart Town; •' • August -20.—Eclipse,> schooner, 190 tans, E. B. Wolf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, 'new screw steamer STORM Navigation Company's fine IHE Port Albert Steam r>, BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from tlie Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s. ■ 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. DOHERTY, Manager, SfO'03 ..Poi-t, Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. Freight £2 per ton. ELECTION NOTICE. Electoral District of Alberton—In the Colony of Victoria. I Charles Thomas, the returning officer } duly appointed under the provisions of the Act, 19th Vic., No. 12, for the Electoral District of Alberton, do hereby give notice that I have appointed Capt. Kelsall, J.P., of Alberton, to be Election Auditor to act at any Election or Elec tions for and during the year now next en suing, for the said Electoral District of Alberton. Given u...

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ALBERTON. Tuesday, 18th August, 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

ALBERTON. Tuesday, 18th August, 1857. (Before the                               Police Magistrate and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P) Robert Farley, better know by the sobriquet by Commissioner's Bob. pleaded guilty to having been drunk on the previous night and was cautioned as to his future conduct in this respect and dismissed.       i ^l^/^o/«as^l7(^^llen;_appeWed on a', sum-1 m'ohs. to.answer -the •.information, of Han- I nail,--Lis-!..wife; "foiv threatening; lieiv life, i The' prosecutrix 'not/appearing' to' support | !the charge) th^'defenclant.vvas discharged.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 August 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, August 15th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Gel lion, Flinn, Neilson, and Howden.   Proposed by the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Flinn—" That the minute of last meeting allowing compensation to Mr. Webb for clearing a portion of Road not named in his contract, be not confirmed." Carried. Proposed by the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Gellion—'' That the minute of last meeting accepting Mr. Eaton's amen ded tender, be not confirmed."     Carried. Resolved that the minutes of last meet- ing with the exception of those two now rescinded, be confirmed.     Resolved that the Hon. the Attorney General's letter acknowledged by a mi- nute of last meeting, be entered in the Minute Book.         Resolved that the Secretary in form E. Slade, Esq. in reply to the complaint   made by him on behal...

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