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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OMEO DIGGINGS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OMEO DIGGINGS. [COMMUNICATED.] This golcf-field; comprising the Tambo and Kabungra (or Mitta Mitta) River, and the Livingstone and Swift's Creeks, ex tends over a wide district,/and its impor tance is but very imperfectly appreciated by the public at large, owing, probably, to its isolated position, and the quiet order that prevails among its population. Our Government also have hitherto with held all notice and protection'from: it, 'not withstanding many local complaints." The miners of the district who, have been lo-; cated here ever since the gold discoveries, have managecl ,their, own government very efficiently. Indeed society here lias been, pretty fairly organized, and great praise is due tor; themajority for their goodi management in--such matters, and for then general orderly > and ^en terprising charac ter. Still, "the laws ,in...force here^savoi'i .'■strongly ■■ of .Judge Lynch,'.'and. the system, cannot' be expected to,'.work' so successfully,-, as...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. Thursday, 10th Septr., 1857. (Before Captain Carey R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. ——— ° ALBERTON, Thursday, 10th Septr., 185/. (Before Captain Carey R-M.) Mr. Henry ' Bodman appeared on a summons to answer the complaint i of Mr. John Lakin Davis, for Laving sold'him a cow, not his own property. It appeared, that the cow in dispute, had.been running1 ;for some time on the ^o.cdside, run, ;and . had- ••.been'"there peen-bvM r.: Do.bson. of ■ A-lberton.'.i iwho, claimed hert from! Mr.,Davisas-his property.i'vfMrjjDavis'however, refused' toacknowIedgeMr.Dobson'claim; stated' that the!Cow'»was;'one ofa! herd ofup-. warJs of a hundred he 'had' purchased' from;Mi%-Bodmin. « vMr; uDobson then pi-eiered ,a;r complain,t ;roported;-/about' tw,o'. vweeks since,,,ag-ainst .'Mr. Da'vis, and.the^r.esult ofnjwhich/r Avas'rithatmthe cow >was proved<ton be liisV(Mr'. -Dob son' s) ,:p r o p e'r ty, arid'thelBench 'orderedv the;animal togiven-'up to','him; •whereupon.the'i!pvesent complaint was laid.- • ■ _ :,f'< The only witness examin...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the GippsLand Guardian. Sie,—-In your issue of the 4.th current L perceive > a- letter ^signed " A Lover of Truth," >and as' Mr! McArdle thought it too contemptible' a! falsehood to reply to, ■I-think it only due' to'tlie public (whom this ^ Lover of- Truth" is tiying to mis lead) to state the following facts,. Now, Mr. Editor, in the first' place your corres pondent states tor his1 knowledge, that there lia.i not- been ; more' -than four teams at work at any one time since the present7 contractor's'connexion1 with ,tlio morass. Seeing1 the above-1' immediately referred •to the Saw Mill' books, and' find, on Fri day, the 14th ult., (the date to which your.correspondent refers) that five teams were-loaded at the'Saw Mill with " plank- '. ing for. the Morassj 'aml1 the same clay there were three teams drawing in logs to the Mill for-'the-'purpose1 of'.being cut into planking'forthe morass'.crossing." I have also - ascertained 'from1 the'Superinte...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Saturday, September 12th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.     Saturday, September 12th, 1857. Present—The Chair man and Mr How den.       In the absence of a third member to form a quorum no business was transacted.

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FROM THE WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT OF THE. Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

FROM THL "VV EEKLY! A&RICUL TTTRAL REPORT: OF.!/rHE , '/ !ti t'*( 1 A.rgus?.v*'tt$*JV<,<I tvThea,atesJat-w'luch\7t,'a])p,Siji^''fi^m,"the'. Geelong Advertiser1' ot ^to-dayj tliat, 5tlae followin^'farms liaya'.lJeenrlet,, would bnofc. •seem.to indi'cate.tliatjagTiculture'ddes.not' pay in Victoria:—- . > v*"' •'> " Eleven 'farm's;1 of • from '■ 30'to'80 acres each,) the. property' of-Thomas' Walker, Esq., and situated'in the parish of Barra bool, about three - miles 'ffrom Geelong-, were, leased byauction yesterdayj at' the, rooms of Messrs. Davison, Macdonald," and Go., for seven and a half years, at prices ranging from lOs. to,, £4 ^lQs.' per acre.per. annum,, at. tlie:option.of purcha sing; at £15 per acre within fifteen years." The annual exhibition of entire liorses was held .yesterday.- at M'Gaw's bazaar, and .there'<wosia large 'muster of agricul turists, on the .occasion, v As will/be learn ed; from, the list/published, in this mo...

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SALE. (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) Saturday, September 12th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 September 1857

SALE.         (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) Saturday, September 12th, 1857 William Greenwood, jun., sum- moned for allowing card playing in his licensed bouse; the Travellers' Rest, at Merriman's Greek. Mr. Webb, solici- tor, appeared; for Mr.Greenwood.   James Lapping, labourer, one of the Government immigrants, lately arrived at Port Albert, stated that he, with others, was at Merriman's Creek on the night of the 4th inst. Mr. Greenwood and others were playing cards for drink, on that evening. T. Lamb and Samuel Diddans, also Government immigrants gave evidence agreeing with that of'the previous,witness. Mr. Webb subjec- ted these witnesses to severe cross examination with respect to their, beha- viour along the road, and although, he showed that their conduct was by no means respectable, he was unable to shake their testimony in any important point. The Magistrate considered the of- fence proved, and fined the de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

AD YE RTISEM ENTS. ■ -Public Works OHice, ; - 'Melbourne! 21st Sep., 1857. npENDERS; aro required for the erection of.the second portion of the Immigration Dep&t, Port Albert. Tenders to be opened Or,li October. ..■ Full particulars at the office, of tlu\ Resident Magistrate, Port Albert. . The 'Government'will not necessarily accept the lowest or any tender. / v 302-2 Di\:viD MOORE. Green Mount, Tarra Creek. A LL persons are warned against, destroy/.V jn„. fences- or trespassing- on Green Mount estate. „ EDMUND EUOlvLEY, 301-3. Green Mount. A CCOM MODATION paddock : secnrc\x=req-\ ly fenced and a never-failiri"' supply of water within two miles of Melbourne market. II. PAINTER, Myall Hoi el, Corner of Commercial and Punt Roads, {308-4* > 1 , Prahra.il. Ten Pounds Reward. T OST, a hay mnrc, four years old, three • white fetlocks, branded T off side neck, seen last at Yarrarn Yarram. The above reward will be paid on delivery of the above mare to ; CHRISTOPHER IiER13ERT, Ta...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 25th September, 1857. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

<&tpps 2lantJ ©uartriaiT, Friday, 15th September, 1857. THE LAND BILL. The introduction of this Bill to the Legislative Council has been the signal for. a renewal of the agitation tliat accompanied its progress through the Legislative Assembly. The Land League Convention have recommenced their sittings, and Mr. J. P. Fawkner while condemning the conduct of the' opposition in the Lower House, i to which he ascribes most of the defects of the measure, announces. his uncompromising hostility to the bill itself. I-Lumor predicts, that a majority of the Council yvill agree with Mr. Pawkner in his opposition to the measure, though many of them do so on diametrically opposite grounds to those by which that gentleman justifies his views, and that the bill will be thrown out. This result will be hailed with great satisfaction not only by those who consider the bill bad in principle and calculated to continue indefinitely the squatting system, but also by a large portion of...

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FROM THE AGRICULTURAL REPORT OF THE Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

FRO.VI THE AGRICULTURAL REPORT OF THE Arc/us. , There is one branch of our rural economy to which sufficient attention is not paid/ and one in a pecuniary point of view well worth cultivating, and that is the retiring and feeding of poultry. In the neighboring colonies there are poultry clubs ornithological societies ; while we .'<6nly ^acknowledge this species-of;live •stock,-;.soi.fur.-5as. to • ofl'er a f w prizes at the general .exhibition', at which the fealliereJ.7bipe.ds are-quite'eciipswcL iiy the more valuable quadrupeds. l A^poultry show was field\x=req-\ in (he Sydney Botanic Gardens' last month, which was numerously, attend-1 ed, especially byJadios.. . It i • required, by a rule' of 'the. 'club, that 'a ' price should he fixed-ion the birds exhibited, at w.hicbrtheytmay be claimed ; but prohibitory prices -were put on ,;thein, i so that none was sold except ,-a goldon I-Iambu'rgh' coclc and pair of heris; which were priced at £7 10s., and were said to-be wort...

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THE RAILWAY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

THE RAILWAY QUESTION. In common, we believe, with a great many persons who have given their attention to the subject, we greatly mistrust the propriety of some of the conclusions on .the Railway question arrived at both by the Committee and the Legislative Assembly. We see no sufficient evidence,' unless ;the opinion of Capt. Glarke be considered such, if the necessity for adopting so enormously expensive; a system as that proposed, and we believeithat .had:-the matter ' been 'dis-: cussed at the beginning "instead of the fag end .of. ,the: session, as its importance . demands,, there .would have beehmore'lie\x=req-\ ,sitation in. sanctioning an outlay that must burden the colony Avith debt for years, and seriousljv check, the progress of'every' part of it, except that, ujion which this 'inbn^y .is to .bejayished... \We should :liave-''liked to 'see some proof that the possibility: of •attaining the same end at a less cost,; had: been considered,, some indication thiat ;in so vast a...

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SALE. (Before C.J.Tyers, Esq., R.M.) Wednesday, September 16th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

(Before.0,. J..Tyer's, Esq., R.M.) Wednesday, September lotli, 1857... Bridget'Kelly, charged with drunkenness arid using violence, .was discharged, as the 'offpncoiwas'jcomrhitted Ton i private property.' j.- . ■ George Gregory^hnd 'John Walfurd were brought iip-by.iwarrant, charged with absconding, from thefservice "of John Foster,' Esq. , .Durham,: ;overseer to Mr; Foster appeared but did not .prosecute as Gregory offered to; return to his,.employment, and,as.to,.Walforid, lie (Mr. .Durham) was glad to be rid of him. ; Thursday, September, 17th, 1857. / (Before G. J; Tyers, Esq.,"R.M., and J. *( i,,, Macfai'lane,! Esq.^ J.P.) Joseph' Fur nival (remanded from last Saturday) charged. Hvithistealing a pair of ' blankets from a bedroom; of the ; Carriers' ; Arms.' Sergeant Coleman stated that he .witiv Inspector .'Hill ' and Jane Golding, servant to Mr! .Bennison, ' proceeded to the Crisorier's' house.',to jsearch-for a pair of lankets j hefound' between the: bedtick and' the' bed'th...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT REGATTA. •A meeting' of the,'subscribers to the Regatta fund was held at the Port Albert Hotel on Friday last for the- purpose of appointing a Committee to draw up the necessary regulations. , ; Considerable discussion took place upon the question'of the classification of boats for ithe'several races. 1 The general opinion appeared ' to be'opposed to any unnecessary restrictions, and a desire was expressed that the "regulations should be so framed as to: induce the entering of as many boats as possible. It '.was finally .'resolved^ that there should be'.two sailing :and; three rowing matches, viz.: — ' ( . : -1 SAILING MATCHES. ; . j 1st race for boats not exceeding 18 feet length of keel. ; 2nd for boats exceeding 18 feet and not ^exceeding .30 feet keel. One minute allowed for eveiy foot difference in length of keel. The winning l^aV in the. first 'race,., if . entered .an the second^ not 'to 'receive any. allowance of time for length.' ROWING MATCH...

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VICTORIAN CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

VICTORrAN CONVENTION. The following' is the protest.of the dele. assembled in convention nt Mel bourne^ against tlie land 'bill now before the Legislative Assembly:— We, the Delegates, assembled in full convention, in reference to the Land Bill now before the Legislative Assembly, declare that the Bill now before the Legislative Assembly for the disposing- of the Crown 'Lands is, in the 'opinion of this convention, objectionable and unconstitutional, for the folio wing among- other reasons:— 1st. Because it is framed in contravention of the manifest intention and spirit of the Constitution Act sanctioned by her i Majesty the Queen, conceding- the lands and mines of the colony to the Legislature in the capacity of trustees, for the disposal of the same in a manner just and satisfactory to the people. : 2nd. Because ythe said Bill : concedes exclusive rights over the public domain to seven .hundred and twenty persons, to the manifest wrong and grievous: injury of all the other inhabit...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, 17 th September. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

MELBOURNE. Tfhom-ouw own coiuiuspondent.1 Thursday,. 17 th. September; The Railway rep'ortuwas further considered in committee; ofi the whole Assembly yesterday, when, the paragraphs relating to the financial scheme were adopted. Six million^ pounds sterling are to be raised, by debentures bearing interest at 6 per cent. per annum, redeemable in 25 years,1 the interest to be payable in London, ■ and one million to be raised in. the colony, on/-the same terms, and the interest fto be, paid here. , A" certain ,sum is; to be advanced from the' general revenue of the colony to carry on the works, and to be repaid as ! the'debentures; are disposed of, and, this 1 system to be continued.: The .working; of the lines,, when completed, is not to,remain in'the hands'of the Government. i The Gold Fields Management Bill pas- , sed through committee; and. was reported to the house. ' . '■ . . j ■■■."V^hen the Estimates were,under discus-1 sioii,' Mr. .Ehden-proposed an allowance of! £250 in-lieu...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

! POLICE INTELLIGENCE. No cases occurred in the lower district during the week ending' Wednesday 23rd instant." • "■ '' . . .

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERD.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. awuved ('port albert. September 19;—Dobsonsj schooner, 112 tons, J.Tobin, from Launceston, in ballast. September 24.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n Co.'s steamer, , 75 tons, J.; B. SydserfF, from Melbourne ^passengers—icnbiirj" Mrs; Wells and Mr." Wilkinson, i Steerage, 7. CLEARED OUT. - > September 19.—Villag-e Belle, schooner, 127 tons, A- McDonald for Hobart Town. September 22.—Dobsons,:schoonerj 112 *tons/'J; Tobin, for Launceston. r\ -/ IMPORTS. >l •September 24.—Storm Bird, from Mel7 ;;bourne;. 2- bhds."brandj; • 1 lihd.' rum, 5 cases , wli.iskey,, S^jCaseS iGeneva, 5 cases Old'.Tom, ;1() c'aSes 'brandy, 5' casks cordials, 11 pkg-es. tobacco, 70 bag's sugar, 2 pkges. .coffee,••16,do. tea, 2'hlids: ale, 40! casia's gin, :jL5, cases wine, 20' cases 'brandy,' l.ca'sk rum,;:j cask whiskey.- •••»' ■ • •" " , " -EXPORTS.- ' ■ , September J9.—Village'Belle, for >11 o\x=req-\ bart Town ; 52 bead«cattle: 1 , September, 22.-r^Dobsons, for Launces\x=req-\ ton; 43 h«a...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

WEEKLY CALENDAR.;: September. Saturday Sunday .. Monday... Tuesday Wcdnefdy October. Thursday 5-13j 5-57 5-12 S-oS 5-l'>' 5*58 fl"lo! fi'SD C-48 7*36 8-12 0- 0 y-48 10-36 District Rd. Urd. 8 p.m. Port Alborton Torra Alberton Port. * Morning Service at Tarraville, afternoon at Albei ton.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. v MELBOURNE MARKETS. ' • Toward the close of the week there was greater activity in theimportmarketthan Has been,observable f'orn length of time. ■ ' The price of flour at the Melbourne mills is £23 per ton, and for Adelaide £23 10s to £24. Wheat sells freely at 9s to 9s.3d. ■ < per bushel. ■■ ■ ■. Colonial oats, 10s Gd to lis Gdj Irish, 8s Gd to 8s 9d j Scotch, 7s 6d to 8s. Barley, 8s Gd to 9s per bushel. : ■ Maize, lns to 10s 9<1 per bushel. Best hay, £18 to £19 per ton y second, £13 to £16; stained, £10 to £13; straw, £5 to £7. . Beef tallow, £45 to £48 per ton; mutton, £50 to £52. There is not much briskness in the horse market, and dealers complain of want of proper stock. l<"at beef continues high priced, first quality, 37s 6d to 40s per 100 lbs. ■ ; Prime wethers fetch 21s to 23s each, and fair from 17s to 18s j ewes, lGs to 17s; lambs, 15s to lGs. ; Calves wei-e sold at from 50s to 85s each.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD   Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, Sept.-19th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Neilson, M Kenzie, Flinn, and Hart. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Resolved that the Secretary be instructed   to apply to J. Orr's agent for a plan of the Victoria Survey, with a view to making a road through the same.         The Road Engineer submitted his report of works required to be done in the district.   Resolved that in the opinion of this     Board the following works are most urgently required :—Clearing the con- tinuation of the Yarram Yarram road   through the parish of Woranga to Bru then road, cIearing, the Yarram Yarram                     road through the Victoria Survey to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 September 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, r | lIIE , Port. Albert Steam ■4? Navigation CpmpanyVfirie new- screw, steamer i ■ STORM BIRD, J. B. SydserfF,,;Commander, will\x=req-\ sail from tlie Company's.Wharf ,for above " Port every Friday,' at 11 a.m. ; punctually. Pares—Cabin £5r—Steerage £2 5s.( i. "'•Preight-.-J^-per'ton. All goods -immediately on1.being landed are at consignees 'risk.1- .-■■■■' ' ' ' ; .■ Gold,'for-shipment, must' be: entered-at , the Customs'before1 iP'o'clopk 'Aiii. 'on day -of sailing. . < ' 1 ' " For Freight or Passage apply-to' M - i WM. DOHERTY,-Manager, 270-03 . Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. , ' t- ! i 1 i mi-IE ■ half-yearly meeting of the Por4 » Albert- Stenm Navigation' Company will be lield at Port Albert on .Thursday,1 . the 1st day of. Octobcr, 1857, at'12 o'clock, noon. (By order) WM.'DOHERTY, ■ Manager. Port Albert, lOt.h Sep.; 1857. ■ 344*3 Melbourne Road. : npENDERS will be!received until eleven o'clock on Tuesday, the 20th inst., for the ...

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