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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TinENDERS are invited by this Board for draining' the Tarraville* Water Road. ■ Specification can be seen at the Secre tary's office, Port Albert. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. All tenders, addressed to the Chairman, must be sent in on or before the 11th of September, 1857,' (By order) THOMAS BURROWS, 32?-2 Secretary. "\^C"A]NTTED a general Farm Servant. * ' . None , but a man thoroughly ac quainted with the general routine business of a farm in all its branches need apply, and to such the highest rate of wages will be given. Character required. Apply personally to JAMES SCOTT, Delvine. 13th August, 1857. 317'3 SALE. Xj^OR disposal a strong well-built Cottage, containing four good rooms with fire place in each room, kitchen, etc., c£c. It is situate in the centre of the township of Sale, and with garden, etc., has a fron tage of 74 feet to the main street. Apply to CLAPPERTON, FINDLAY, & CO., ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 4th September, 1857. AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

Friday, 4th September, 1857. AGRICULTURAL ASSOCI v ATION. : There is perhaps, among all tlie occupations of .men, no more .in teresting pursuit , tlian that1 '/of Agriculture, none of" wliicli-a more.or less intimate knowledge is so generaHy diffused r among those not actually engaged in it,i none in"* which so. maiiy.; persons! not'specially tra:ihedi''with a,yiewt to adopting it'as the'1 business'of their livesr are engaged; *''In the army or (i\avy,, ins law,-., physic, divinity, or-commerce, y it is .110,t common -to.;fi.nd people, who; have been employed<for many "•yearsin other ioccupations; Iii ^'farming, on "the contrary, especiaUy,in a new country like . this, it is(com mon enough .to,,find . members of all these; professions,; who, in be coming owners and1 tillers of1 the soil, have found many of. them late in life, the realization of hopes' long entertained,1 and oc cupation more/congenial' to their ^ tastes. "To some of these men agriculture is mdebted for . m...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW GOLD PIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE NEW GOLD PIELD, ~ We. liavereGeivecla;Comi2iuiii cation from. a; correspondent. at the Mitchell, giving us' the im portant intelligence of a new gold field having been discover-, ed at the back of Mount Tay lor. 'A few persons', only are at work there, but they are doing well.; The sample of gold for warded to us is a very handsome one, : and . oar correspondent states that the person- from whom he obtained it had several nuggets > one ounce and upwards . in weight, .■ but! would not• part with;them. Olie parcel has, we understand, been forwarded to M clvenzie and (Co.;, of Port Albert, who, we have no I doubt, will afford opportunities of inspecting it to those who i feel an interest in the matter. I Should these diggings s (of which we have for some time heard ru mors) prove as rich as the par ties at work upon. them antici pate, their importance to the district can scarcely be overrated as they are easily accessible^ ty land, and we believe, ,within... a, sh...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE. Saturday, 29th August, 1857. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

' police intelligence:'- *"■' < , I ^ I , 4 l_j\ .1,. , l.'„l >>' l-'li xn w»n«i if'h.i taltraville. \oaturuny,aytu .August, Icspv;^. ■•..-.j (Before Csiptain Garey, P.M.) q 3-jj John Launders was charged by Mi-. "E: VVi;::Bnyliss witli' rieglect^if^diity0 and1 disobedience of orders.*- ' Bayiiss proved insolence on se veral/occasions'and disobedience of' orders;; and thb-'J3encli! cancelled the agreement' aiid! ofder'ed the wages due to be forfeited. Mr. Bayliss said lie did n(\t> wish^to make a profit through the man's,1misconduct, and handed £5 to Mr. .Hogarth for j charitable pur poses Vv >. - • VVA

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MELANCHOLY DISASTERS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

MELANCHOLY MS A S T E It S • ' AT SIC A. > We noticed in our. .last .that two. of. the most calamitousshipwrecks that. orer. curred oi\ the Australian coasi lud lately ■ happened, attended with a: iin lanehu!v. loss of life. > riii) first took. place a t. ■bydney Heads on the night; of .l.hi!,20ih . nit,., when tlia- Dunbar was dashed, to,, pieces on tho rocks, and e'*ery soul on ibonrd, except one seaman, perished. . The I second occurred at^ •(jape..QC\vay, outside j , Port' Phillip Heads,1 when-tbe*. uhrimyjipn,,: went .do\vn, stern jforemost, and .thirty-one jofher/passengers)' tamong1' i/)vbpnrl( jiyere,... seventeen women" "arid; 'children,. linet, a ! iwatery grave.' These arejfeiirful calaVni;;',',. jtie's, and well .fitted itoV.creflte'j'.'the' itio.-t painful feelings throughout' the different-, .communities. 1 ; THE DUNBAR.;..'!:: f James Johnson, seaman, the sole survi vor of the one'ihundred and. twenty-four 'persons on board'this ill-fated vessel, was called upon...

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PORT ALBERT. Monday, 31st August, 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

PORT ALBERT. - , Monday, 31st August, 1857. ; ^Before the Police Magistrate.) Samuel Taylor appeared on a summons to answer to the complaint of VV'illiam -Bryant f<>r removing some spouting-from his house. The case was made: out,' and Mr. Taylor was ordered to pay 5<=yto enable-.-Bryant to ,' replace;, thersponting that had been taken down, the Bench tel ling him!that:ho ,liad*no fright as landlord to interfere with., a- house that he- had leased.j ,/'t < , j i ( j/ / <ruAnn Lord" wasVsummoned by John 1 Launders itOians\v.er,; his<.complaint of as-; sault and threatening^litnjyuage:- "The as sault complained of-consisted merely; of ( a threatening attitude-assumed.,by,theide fendant,r:who .appeared to ihavevreceived: considerable .provocation,,; and . the., case was dismissed.r :

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THE HONEY BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

THE HONEY BEE.! f ■ f I i i .* /. Having1 frequently been applied to by persons unaccustomed sto-ibees,ffor'someiin formation as to thoii'' proper management, we have been in the liabit of-.referHng', thenr to Richardson's Manual on " The Hive and the Honey Bee," whicli was invariably returned' to 'us, witlr'the remark',' ihat tliev . ill.« f J ;|! ii. were no wiser than before. "jNfow this was certainly: not' the'' lault of the ' author, *foi\ his little work contains a.g'ood. deal.of in-' formation, but.we apprehend /that what is required'is,i merely a few- simp|e', directions divested oftecImicalities,such as one might obtain from , any neighbour .who' has him seltobeenitsuccessful' in? his''management.' With a view to.affording,sucli information to those^vho!do'nqtknpw^vhgre'.to .apply, for it'themselvesyiand iii'the liope'of induc ing- others) who are 'not! awaiy'of 'the profit to be'obtained- from' itj to" enter on the pur-' suit, we have applied .to, the. most ..success-.>...

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ALBERTON. Tuesday, 1st September, 1857. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

r . _ •. <f alberton. : i^.j.j/^uesdayjjvls^jSGpteml^BVj^lS.Sy.'j;> ,,,>, (Before Captain Carey,■ Mr. J.' L; 'Davis: was, charged'by 'Mr. John Dobson -'with1 illegally detaining- a cow, his 'property: Mr. Dobson proved the cow to be his, and Mr. Davis did not deny that $ucli.:might be the;case but said he had purchased the; cow.from Mr. Bod win, of Trenton Valley ; Mr. Davis then agreed to lestore the cow to (Mr. .Dobson and laid an information againstjMr. JJod win.for selling lnin. a cow, which Wi<s not his propei ty. < ( * :vJohn-:Jones, loverseer.>of • the road -party. at(;worki^on;.the<iAlbertoujaridiTa:ravilIe' road; appeared to.ans wer the * com plaint ■ of tlirceiofi his' men for;refusing to:pay them; the.ribal<anceTLof!wages:, rd tie i; to.H ithbnr.' There ^appearing,: ;to lie.-tal difference be tween complainants and Mr. Jones, as . to: theimeasuremontiof ithe >worlc,the; mutter was r'.'veferred rjtoi arbitr...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

' SALE., i' ! In conpecjiience.lof'.tlie absence;; of" the Resident ^Mifgistrft te,' 0. J. Tver?,-Esrj.j.'V. there , was tio... attendance, at . the Police Court this week., . T-V F-,-.C-'

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

S HIPPING INTELLIGENCE, arrived (port aijBEHT.}. August 31.—Vililage> Bollc, schooner, 127 tons, A. McDonald fronv Launceston, in ballast, " •' ■ , <-• >• 1 August 31.— Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons, J. Tobin, from Launceston, in bal last. August 31.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, J. Graves from Hobart Town in ballast. . - , September-.' 2.—Storm .'Bird, p.a.s.n •"Gd.'s steamer 75 tons, J. B. Sydserfl^ from Melbourne ;: passenger—cabin ; Mr. O'Rafierty. Steerage, 7. CLEARED1 OUT. •'. • 1 ; September 1.—Village Belle, schooner,: 127 tons, A. McDonald, for Hobart Town. September 1.—Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons, J. Tobin, for Launceston. , v September 2.—Mary,. Ann, schooner, ■ 1JC tons, J. Graves, for Hobart Town. .. EXPO HI'S. September 1.—Village Belle,for Ho bart Town . 50 he ad cattle. September ] .—Dobsons, for Launces ton ; 50 head cattle. , September 2.—Mary Ann, for I-Jobart Town ; 47 bead cattle and 200 sheep.' SAILED. .... i . r Sept. 1.— Village Belle, for - Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rjlHE Port Albert Steam i Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fab.es—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. DOHERTY, Manager, 270*03 Port, Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. MAIN CENTRAL ROAD. npENDERS will be received until eleven o'clock on Tuesday, 8th September, proximo, for the construction of a Timber Bridge over the Thomson River, near Sale, Gipps Land, according- to plans and specifications to be seen at the Central Road Board Office, Little Bourke-street west, or at the Road Engineer's Office at Sale. Tenders to be upon the printed forms, obtainable at either office, endorsed, " Ten der for Thomson River Bridge." and for wa...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS., ; When tiling's, come to the'worst they invariably mend. From the reports re specting- business in the import market, (lu ring' the. lust week, it would seem that the above would aptly represent its state, as it is said that extreme duhiess prevailed throughout.- We may again hope that the mending period is close at hand, as the Jong continued inactivity, if it prevail a lew weeks more, must inevitably lead to results.which wo have every desire rn.iy not ensue. Even new. a report is current that invoices of goods are .offering at prices which will not cover the first cost. We trust this is not the case, at least to any considerable extent, but however we may deplore the fact it must come to that unless relief be afforded in ■the dis posal of the immense stocks on hand within a very short time. Speculation seems to have nearly died out from the -Hour market, but there was 110 great change in prices during the week. In this article there must be a steady con sumpti...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs.-McKenzic and.Co. report ;tlmt several Ainitll lots <if gold have come down (nini (he diggings during the past week, which they huve bought at 75s per ounce. ,■ .... ■ Wheat is worth from 8s to 9s per bushel. . ■■ • ■ Oats, !)s to 10s per bushel. . 'i?'x.oun_is selling- mt £5 to je ton.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 September 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD .   Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar raville, August 29th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs.-How den, and Gellion.           Minutes of last meeting read and con   firmed.           Resolved that Curtis and Kemp be paid £60 on their contract No. 10.       Resolved that the Road Engineer be   requested immediately on his return from the Upper District, to mark out the best line of Road through the Victoria Survey to connect the Yarram Yarram Road with the township of Alberton.         Resolved that the Road Engineer be requested to prepare a report of the works most urgently required in the district and that the sum be taken into consideration at the next meeting.     ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. atihtVED (POUT ALBERT.) September 9.—Village Belle, schooner, 127 tons, A. McDonald, from Hobart Town, in ballast. r September 16.-—Storm ;■ Bird, p.a.s.n Co.'* steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne j ■>: passengers—cabin; Messrs. S. Disher, Marshall, Moneghan, Miles-, and Kranburgv Steerage, 9. CLEARED OUT. ; September 14—II. S. •Page, barque, 2*26 tons, T. Spring, for Hobart Town. September 16.—Fair Tasmanian, schoo ; j nor, i' 156 tons, J. A i ll)in- for Hobart Town. - . IM POJ1TS. September 16.—Storm Bird, for Mel bourne; 1 J tierce tobacco, 2 pkges. ci gars, 1 d'"1. tobacco, 45 do. tea, 60 bags sugar,- 6 bags cofl'ee. .4 qr.: casks . wine, 1 ,-Jihd. wine, 2 qr. casks whiskey, 1 hhd. brandy, 3' cases brandy,- 30 do. 'Old Tom, i .12 do. whiskey, 3 casks beer.: L :* J3XPOKTS. ' ' September 14.— H. S. Page,'for Ho bart Town; 75 head cattle.- ' i; September 16.-—Fair •••■Tasmanian; for .Hobart Town ; 55 head cattle. SAILED. September 15.—H.' S. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE,' h- v THB. P<?'tj AlbWtu Steam ^ •*■ Navigation Company's'fine. ijojesSE^^SinGW screw, steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander,'will . sail from the Company's Wharfvfor above "Port every Friday, at 11 A.M. punctually; Fares—Cabin; £5—Steerage :£2 .5sl' • ; ; Freight £2 pei1't'on.»i .vbv • All goods immediately, on . being landed ■ are at consignees risk.: ■ .. ; Gold,. for shipment; must ;be entered ati the Customs beforeilO;.o'clock a.m. on day . of sailing. ; WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 270-03 , Port. Albert, 3 Lst Jan , 180G., rOOR; SALE' the well-known 'cutter -1SM-W', at present trading ■ between . Sealers Cove - and Port Albert-. ' She, is w^li'tbund' in cvei'j' resjVfctydiicVadmirably adapted for the lakes or; river trading. For particulars'apply to :i; 'iA '': ' For Freight or Passage 'apply: to. THOMAS BURROWS;' i : : Port Albert./ , Sept. 7tb, 1857; 339-2 .XAMES-. OHUIiLEY^beg's .to inform" the: ;*f| ^.inhabitants of.'Qipps (L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. No communication will be inserted.un less authenticated (privately if preferred.) We shall be happy to hefr a^ain from our correspondents at Omeo, and trust that the promised post will shortly afford thiiin inore frequent opportunities of corn inuiiieating]\vith us.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT' MARKETS. Messrs. Mo KenziivandCo report that several parcels of gold have come to hand during the past week, among; vliich is. one very fine sample from'a .now field on ! tlie Aliidiell. . ■Wiioiil. 8s. to 9s. per -Bushel. ■ Oats 9s. io 1 Us. per Bushel. < Flour is selling at £24 to ;£28 per ''ton.'-"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

I ADVERTISEMENTS. Melboiirne'~Roacl. : rpENDERS will: be received until eleven o'clock on Tuesdayj the '29th inst., ■for the construction of two Timber Bridges on the Melbourne Road, one over the Tarwin; River the other over Shady Creek, according to, plans.and specifications to be seen at theRond Engineer's Office, Sale. Tenders to, be upon printed forms ob tainable .at the above Office, sealed and endorsed . "-Tenders '■.for'.' Bridges on the Melbourne Road, and forwarded, prepaid^ to;the Road Engineer, Sale. The lowest or any tender will not neces sarily be accepted. " (Signed) R. B. GIBSON, Road Engineer. Sale, Sept. 16th, 1857. 352-2 Tarraville Survey. EjNtTS due on this Survey, are to be paid' on the 20th inst., at the Royal .Hotels • -Tarraville,' ■ at', noon. 'Dinner at two o'clock. 853'2 Notice. rnHOSE who may be desirous of support-1 -®-■ ing the Church of England in this district, and who may not have contribut ed to the stipend of the'Rev. W. Bean for the current year, w...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 18th September, 1857. GRAZING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

©ipjijs'ILanfc ^tiartnan, Friday, 18th September",1857. GRAZING. ' The progress that is yearly mak ing in the enclosure of the pur chased lands of the lower, district,' must, ere long, direct the atten tion of farmers to the best' means of providing improved; subsistence for their live stock, : and the sooner they can be in duced to give the subject their serious,consideration the better. It is now a matter of considera ble difficulty to obtain either milk or eatable butter; fat mut ton is fast becoming, a tradition, and working bullocks in tolera ble condition are known at once to belong to up-country teams. This unsatisfactory,, state of things is, no doubt, a conse quence, and, we trust, only a temporary one, of the transition which this part of the country is undergoing'from -.the ■•wild bush, where the cattle found a cheap, though often a scanty subsistence for themselves to the unclosed and improved state in which the ingenuity and • 1 abor of man must be called into re quisit...

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