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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. ON SALE AT J. CLEMENTS Tarraville Moot Warehouse, A BOUT, sixty pair of the best Laceups 'and Bluchers, ever offered to the Gipps Land public, also a few pair of I fashionable Kangaroo Wellingtons, all i warranted colonial and of the best workmanship. . . The patrons of colonial industry are respectfully invited to inspect the above. N.B.—A pair of Wellington's or Napoleon's made to measure at twenty-lour hours notice. ADVANCE GIPFS LAND. 5*2 THE-undersigned fire buyers of Gold Wheat 'Oats - ■■ :i ■■ 1 ■; Hides, sheepskins, and tallow. McKENZIE & CO, 334*0 Port Albert, Sep. 1st, .1857. "STy ANTED a Married Couple, the,man * ' to act as bullock driver, ploughman, Ac., the woman as laundress. None need apply who are not fully competent. Apply to J. P. TURNBULL. Loy yang, 11th Sept., 1857. 34-8-3 ADVERTISEMENTS. ■ Continued Jroni. ilic jv'st paga. 12s, which a71101111* must be paid at Ihe tinu! of sale. ' 7. County unnamed, 5ii, five acres, parish of Long-ford, ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 23rd Sept. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

MEL-BOURNE. I fFKOM OUR OWN COBIt BSFONDENT.l Wednesdajv 23rd Sept. The second rending of the Grown Lands Bill was moved in the Legislative Council yesterday afternoon by Mr. Mitchell, upon which an amendment that the bill be read a second time that-day six months was moved by Mr. Pawkner. A lengthened debate ensued, and upon a division the amendment was carried, by a majority of fifteen, the numbers being for ;the' amend\x=req-\ "ment, 21, for the second reading, 6, the bill was consequently thrown out.' On the call of the house Mr. Thomson 'was absent, and was excused inconsequence of the infrequency of postal communication with' Gipps Land On the motion of Mr. Mitchell, the Council adjourned till Tuesday. ] This afternoon anumber of men paraded the streets, headed by a person carrying1 a board on the top of a polo with the words —""Wo will have bread." They went to the Survey offices, and then proceeded to I the Government House, where they stop-' l ped and were,harangued by some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 of suction 13. Upset pricc 8/ per acre. 4.; Tan'aviJIe, 2i',. two n-oods, ; county .unnamed,' parish of Tar ra-ta rra, allotment 4'of section 13. Upset price 8£ 'per acre. 5. Tarraville, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Tarra-tami, allotment •5"of section f3. Upscit price, 8Z tper acre, 6. Tarraville, 2r, two roods, county unnamed; f arish of Tarra-ta rra, allotment 1'of section 16. Upset price 8/ -.per acre. , 7. Tarraville, 2r, two roods, .county ^unnamed, parish of Tarra-tarra, allotment 2 of scction 16. Upset price 81 per acre! 8. '1'arraville, 2r, two. roods, •■.■county unnamed, parish of Tarra-tarra, allotment 3 of section 16. Upset price 81 per acre. 9. Tarraville, 2r, ,two. roods, county unnamed, parish of 7\'irra-tarra, allotment 4 of section 16. Upset price . 8/ per. acre. 10. Tarraville,. 2r, two;, roods,' county unnamed, parish of Tarra-tarra, allotment 5 of section lf5. Upset price 8£ per acre. 11. 'I amivillc, lr 30p, one rood thirty perches, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Gipps Land, Sep. 23rd, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

•CORRESPONDENCE;-.' To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Gipns Land, oep. 33rd. 1857. 'Sib,—As a subscriber to the Regatta ■Fund, and one who takes much interest in its success, I would beg1 your permission to suggest, through the medium of the Gvcvdian, -that independent of a day's • amusement; the regatta funds should be so disposed of as to.afford all possible. en couragement to local boat builders. I would therefore propose to the committee [ appointed ' at the late meeting of subscri bers that they should, if not incompatible with the rules laid down for their guidance, offer a prize to be contended for by boats built at the Port, and tlmt the match should be so arranged as to test not only the sailing but also the rowing qualities of the boats, as well' as having reference to their safety, capacity for carrying, and .'drought of water. It has .been my ill for-; tune on one or two occasions to be tempted to remain out fishing so late as to have to return home after dark an...

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SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

SAVINGS-BANK. One of the greatest, obstacles to the j accumulation of property by the labor-1 ing man who is settled in this part of i the colony, is'the difficulty attending! the safe custody of his saving's. Tlie! danger he is exposed to.of losing them, ' and which wa wish , to assist him ! in guarding- against, originates not from others,: but with himself, not from without but (Y jm within. We could illustrate ' this' statement with many instances which have come, to our knowledge and which would he ludicrous enough, were ;t not for the se/i j.is consequences to those concerned. Many of these men, though possessed of strong natural abilities, which hvae enabled them to succeed in any; pursuit in which thev may have been engaged, have by circumstances been denied the advantages of education, I and consequently .'entertain'- insuperable' prejudices against any use of their j money which t.iey do not perfectly iin- ] derstaml. We have tried ineffectually and repeatedly to persuade ...

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ALBERTON. Tuesday, 29th September, 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

ALBERTON; Tuesday, 29fcli'.'September,:1857.; (Before the Police Magistrate.) Joseph JDic/ht, butcher, of Alberton, was summoned by Mr. James .Mariton Flinn to answer to the charge of having slaughtered a cow, his property. Mr. Flinn stated that he had lately lost several head of cattle which lie suspected had -been killed, and that he had received information that a brindle cow branded M had been slaughtered by Diglit and that this description tallied with: that of one of his missing- cows. Tn answer to a question from the defendant; Mr. Flinn stated that his brand was M on 'ho 'near shoulder. Mr. Flinn called constable. Davies, Inspector of slaughter houses, who stated that Dight --had-.-given* him notice about six weeks ago of his .intentiomof slaughtering a dark red cow, branded- M on near ribs, and gave him the name of Henry Wilks as the person from whom lie had bought the cow. In reply , to questions from the complainant, Davies stated -...that he was not sure whether lie had ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. IMMIGRATION. Our attention 1ms this week been drawn to the subject of Immigration so far as concerns this district in a very forcible manner. A circular issued by the Government to the Assistant 'Immigration Officers throughout--.the colony, together with a return of the immigrants now remaining in the depGt at Port Albert have been placed in our hands and appear to us of sufficient importance to' warrant a few remarks to our readers and the public generally upon the subject. The circular alluded to is intended by Government to procure a mass'of very important information, and clearly,indicates they are' looking' with a very anxious eye for any corner capable of absorbing some amount of the surplus labor from 'Melbourne. The information sought for, and which' the Immigration Officer at Port Albert, Mr. Stevens, is ex\x=req-\ pected'to give is of a very varied and'com\x=req-\ preliensive character. U[jon the 1st sheet in one column is required a return of" wages p...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

WEEKLY CALENDAR. s j: r* C / 3' ' CO in , G., | Moon's Age. i Phase of Moon. 1": j2< - g >■ 'otl £5 &8. ■ 8 October. i.in. p.m. n.m Fanners' Saturday S 5-39 c-o. IS 10-52 , Tnrra Cliil) Mo. Mooting. Sundav ... ' 4 5-37 c-i 10 Full. 12-40 Cj).m. Monday ... 5 5*36 C-2 17 1-28 Port Tucpdny •. 8-36 0-3 18 2'1G Alberton Wcdnesdy 7 5-33 G-4 10 3- 4 Tnrra Thursday 8 5-31 G-5 20 3-52 Alberton Friday ... 9 5-30 ■ 0-G . 21 -• ■HO Port. * Morning Service nt Tnrravillc, nfternooii at.tlio Poi t.

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

THE' GARDEN! It is now time to sow water' melon-and cucumber seeds, if we wish' to have: the fruit whenifc is most. welcome, viz,. when the hot weather first sets in. Where-proper facilities exist for protection from frost and for producing1 a slight degree of" arti- j ficial heat, they .would have been better j |So\vn a month ago, even now seeds sown j "• in the garden will require protection at, night. This may be afforded them by raising the earth round them in the form of. a cup and covering* at:nig-ht with two or three shingles, a piece of calico, or oiled paper.; the advantage attending- the use ofVthe'latter is that it;may remain on in cold -inclement, days, which check; the growth.-of the; plants very, much., :It is' not easy now to procure • true seed of the water melon owing' to want of proper care in.securing* the blossom from impregnation from other varieties by bees or flies... . We have seen three' distinct varieties of melon grown from seed collected from a bed where ...

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SALE. (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) Thursday, Sept. 24th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

SALE. (Before C.; J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) : ■■Thursday, Sept. 24th. 1857. John'Fulton, a. lad, was brought up charged'.with absconding1 from the service of J. Foster, Esq. Mi*. Durham, overseer to Mr. Poster, stated that the prisoner was engaged in Hobart Town for a term of two yoars, at the rate of £25 the first year and £30 the second, that lie arrived on the;station August, 18th, and'left September . 12th'; the prisoner, made .no defence' and the bench committed him to Alberton gaol for one month.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

MELBOURNE MA.RKETS. The markets generally have presented a much brisker appearance within the last few days than For a. considerable time past, though direct importers still complain of comparative inactivity. However, as goods are moved off from second hands, the time cannot be long1-before the demand will reach the first houses, and an extensive trade is generally anticipated. A pretty extensive business was done in flour, though without any change in prices. At the mills, fine iiour sold at £23; seconds, £21 per ton: and Adelaide, £23 10s to £24 10. Wheal", 8s 6d to 9s Gd per bushel. 0«t.s.—Colonial, lis to Us Od; Scotch, 8s; Irish, 8s Gd per bushel. Maize, in brisk demand, at 10s 6d per bushel. liny lias again advanced, and best, sold at, £23; second quality, £18 to £22; stained £12 to £14; straw, £5 10s to £0 10s per ton. Fat cuttle were not .very plentiful, beef sold at 35s to 40s per 100 lbs. Fat sheep fully equal to the demand, nml prices receded about Is Gd. Best wethers, 2...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

SPirPPING JNTELLT.GENOE. aiuiivkd (pout albeht. September .25.—Free Trader, barque, 206 tons, Capt. Thorn, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. x September 27.—Glencoo, barque, 1G0 tons, T. Abbot, from Ilobart Town. Turn bull and Co., agents. Scptembnr 27.—Mary- Ann, schooner, ]1G tons, J. Graves; from . Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. September, 27.—-Mncqnnvie, schooner,. 130 tons, G. Harrison, from HobartTown. " Turnbull and Co., agents. , September 29.—Harmony,- fore and aft schooner, 56 tons, Copt;: Tohnie; ; from i Newcastle, N.S.W. ! September 30.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. , Co.'s steamer, .75 tons,, J., B.; Sydserff, from Melbourne; passengers—^cabin; Mri J. McMillan, Mrs. GYampfon, Mr. Wood, Mrs. "Wood, Mrs. McNeish, Mr. and Miss Alerri, Mrs. Davis and Master Davis, Mrs. Seville, and three children. Steerage, 10. CLEARED out. September 29.—Glencoo, barque, 160 tons, ']'. Abbot, for Hobart Town. September 30.—Free Trader, barque, 200 tons, Capt Tbom, for Hobart Town....

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 2nd October, 1857. THE DEFEAT OF THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

fa t p p g % a ii ft' <3 ti a vtt t an, Friday, 2nd October, 1857. THE DEFEAT 0E THE LAND BILL. The Legislative Council have, as was anticipated, thrown out the Land Bill, a conclusion which appears to have gratified all parti es. The work of a long session has thus to : be :recommenced with, however, one very important point gained, that is, that the question has been turned over, turned inside out, and examined in every possible way, so that -without repetition it is scarcely possible that the discussion of the next measure introduced for the settlement of tlie question can occupy the same length of time. The ministry have wisely resolved not to resign, but to carry through some of the work still remaining to be done during the present session. A short recess is contemplated before Parliament again assembles ''to discuss the estimates for the ensuing financial year, and these disposed of there must necessarily either "be^recon\x=req-\ struction of the ministry or a diss...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

COMMERCIAL' INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. Hnt little agricultural produce is now .offering;, liny is very scarce. About 200 ounces of gold have been brought down drriiu; I be week. Messrs. Scbiller nrirl. Thiel lmvo purchased .; . ■ Wmkat, 8s Gd per busbel. Oats, 10s fid to 1.1s Cd .per busbel. Potatoes, £8 to £12 per ton. Eggs, Is Gd per doz.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel,   Tarraville, Sept. 26th, 1857 Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Turnbull, Howden, Gellion, Hobson, Flinn, and Neilson.   Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The Secretary reported that in consequence of Mr. Black's agent in Melbourne, having written to say they were prepared to pay his assessment   when advised of the amount he had not asked for execution to issue. The Secretary reported he had written to the proprietors of the Steep Bank Saw Mills, acquainting them with the decision of the Board, with   reference to their assessment. The Petition referred to in the letter read at the last meeting from the Central Road Board office, was laid before the Board for discussion. Resolved that in the opinion of this Board it is desirable that the main road to Gifford should diverge from the main line of road to Sale, at some   convenient point to be marked o...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Friday, 25th Sept., 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Friday, 25 th Sept., 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate.)     Thomas Harris, George Porter, and John Foote appeared to answer to the very serious charge the first of having commit- tted, and the two others of having aided him in committing an unnatural offence on one Edward Tierney. The information was laid by constable McColl, to, whom   Tierney had complained. Tierney, however,   did not appear to give evidence in the matter, and Mr. Gurney, who appeared for the defendants, after stating that his clients were all respectable, hard working men, and that Harris, who was charged as principal in the act, was a married man, with a large family.   Mr. Young,-Mr. Adams' barman, being called proved that Tierney, on the night   the offence' was alleged to have been committed, was drinking in the bar, and that he was suffering from delirium tremens, and that he, the witness, had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 October 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rpHE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company?s'fine new screw, steamer STORM BIRD, J. B.' Sydserff,..Commander,'.nvill ■( sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Priday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Pares—Cabin £5—rSteerage r £2 ,5s". Freight £2 per ton., • All g-oocls 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. . Por' Preight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY,'Manager, l-n.3 iPort Albert,> 31st'Jan., 1856. For -Sydney. • TO Sail early in October, tiio brig-antine FAIR TASMANIA N, Capt.-J. Arthur. For freight or steerage 'passage" apply to ' TURNBULL & CO., 7 Port Albert. Reduced Freight on Slieep to Hobart Town. nnHE Barque FREE TRADER, -®- James Thohr, Commander, will take Sheep for the above Port at' two ..'shilling's a head. She has room-in; her pens for "400 head. Apply to EDWARD-CROOKE, Holey Plain;, 9 Or to the Master on board. :...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 October 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the' Gipps Land, Guardian: ; Sir,—I wish, with.your permission, to make a ; few-remarks f on a case that was reported in your paper , last week as the subject is one of importance to all who, like myself, have a few cattle running in , the bush. I have lost several of mine in; a very suspicious way, and I hear every day complaints from others whose cattle have strangely disappeared from the part* where they are accustomed to run. ■I; received information about a month ago from a young Ind' who told me that while, looking for:his horse1 in the■ neighborhood of Alberton, he saw a beast killed and hung up, in the bush; having "found his horse he returned by the same place shortly after and the beast had been - 'taken away. Others'"have seen' the same thing done. In fact, if a man has a beast fit to' kill, some one is safe to kill it for him.1.; If, we had no Inspector of cattle we should' take steps to protect our property ourselves arid7 endeavor,' by ...

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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 October 1857

E DUCAT rON. The cause of education is yroatly indebted to Mis Excellency tiir. Hunrv -Bnrkly, K.C.B., for the,following address delivered at the annual distribution of prizes to meritorious pupils in tlie. National Model Schools. :; His Excellency rose, and expressi i»- the plensnre it afforded liini to be present on such nn occasion, said he was always anxious to mark his sense of.the importance of education in this corn try. Mo had every reason to believe, from'all he had heard, that these Model Schools were worthy of their title, and were really in a position to sustain it in relation to the other schools of the colony. He was happy to learn that the Model Schools were in a prosperous state in all their branches, and that the number of attendants at the training- school was already large, and was increasing—a remark which would also apply to the .other branches of the institution. Ho would not, in the few observations, he intended to make, dwell upon, the details ol the system i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 October 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. . . Continued from first, page. 12. Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen, allotment '4 of section 4. Upset pricn 81 per acre. 13. Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen, allotment 5 of section 4. Upset price 81 per" acre. 14. Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen, allotment o of section 4. Upset price SI per acre. 15. Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen, allotment 7 of section 4. Upset price 81 per acre 16. Woodside, i 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen,; allotment '8 of section 4. Upset price 8Z per acre.: 17.-Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen,' allotment 9 of section"4. Upset price 81 per acre; . lb. Woodside, 2r, two roods, county unnamed, parish of Bruthen, allotment 10 of section 4. - Upset price 81 per acre. 19. Woodside, 2r 5p, two roods five perches, county unnamed, parish of Bru\x=req-\ then, allotment 1 of "section 5.\ Upset price SZ ...

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