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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 November 1857

WEEKLY CALENDAR. £ o w o <5 CO & es a m November. n.m P.m. Saturday 7 4-51 ,15*315 2L Sunday ... 8 4'fiO G'37,22 Monday ... 9 4*49 6*38 23 Tuesday • 10 4-43 G*39 24 Wcdnesdy 11 4-47 6*40 25 Thursday n ,-HG 6*41 2C Friday ... 13 4*45 G"12 27 Lst Qr. 1 -fil a.m. Port Alborton Tnrrn Alberton Port • t" Divine afternoon, Service, English Cliurcli, morning, .Alborton I'ort Albert evening, Tarrnville.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 November 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ■ MELBOURNE MARKETS. The heavy rains during' last week, in combination with rumors of anticipated failures, caused an unprecedented dullness in the markets, and the prices of fifiur, ' grain, sugar, and other commodities gave way. 'Three'"failures are reported to have occurred during the week, and if prices continue to decline, which is now pretty confidently expected, it is much to be feared that thoseWhich have already taken place are only the forerunners of others, especially those houses which have en-, gaged in extensive speculations Flour at the Melbourne Mills has been sold at £22 to £22 10s; Chilian, £21 per ton ; best brands of Adelaide, £22 to £22 10s; country mills, £20 to £21. Wheat does not sell so briskly and the price may bo quoted at Ss Gd to 9s per bushel. Irish oats fetch Cs 3d to 6s 9d per 'bushel; Scotch, 6s to 6s 3d ; V.D.L., 8s to 8s 0d. Market bare of colonial. j Bran lias fallen to Is lid to 2s per ' bushel. j Maize continues in stead...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 November 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar- raville, October 31st, 1857. Present—-The Chairman, Messrs. Flinn, McKenzie, Gellion, and Neilson. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Resolved that the Engineer be allowed horse hire and forage for his services to this board at the rate:of £150 per annum. Application was made by Curtis and Kemp for progress payment on their contract No. 10. Resolved that Curtis and Kemp be paid 25 per cent, on value of their contract.     Application was made by D. Goggin for progress pavment on his contract No. 11. Resolved that D. Goggin be paid 25 per cent, on the value of his contract No. 11. The Secretary submitted an abstract of the Board's accounts made up to the 24th October. Resolved that the Secretary order     copies of the abstract of accounts to be printed.   Resolved that the Engineer be paid £75 for half year's horse hire and forage. Resolved tha...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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ANOTHER AWFUL SHIPWRECK AT SYDNEY HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 November 1857

ANOTHER AWFUL SHIPWRECK AT SYDNEY HEADS. Another of those awfully sudden and     fatal calamities has occurred. The fine ship Catherine Adamson was wrecked inside the Heads at Sydney on the night.of Friday, the 23rd ultimo, and twenty-one of the crew and passengers were unhappily lost, including Mr. Leathes, Mr. Ramsay, and the Rev. Jacob Jones, congregational   minister, and two servants. Mr. Jones had   been pastor of the Independent Church at   Melksham, near Bath. Mr. Pilot Hawkes came on board about nine o'clock in the evening, when it was blowing pretty hard, and said he would   take the vessel inside and she would be carried up to the south anchorage by the tide. When inside, the storm increased, and in attempting to wear the ship she missed stays, and was floating broadside on to the rocks, when the pilot ordered the anchors to be dropped, which brought her up. Shortly after this the steamer Willia...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Stratford, 4th Nov., 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. , To Jhc Editor ,of the. Gipps-Land Guardian; • , .•< • Stratford, 4th Nov., 1857. Sin,—In your issue of 30th October, I observe my name attached,to anadver\x=req-\ tisementto receive'subscriptions for Stratford Denominational Board; I beg1 to state thatthe same is without my knowledge or consent. ' . rA few months since I tried ( to forward a Denominational School at Stratford, but ;;finding most > of - the ^inhabitants ■ strongly opposed to 'a purely - Denominational. School, (they wishing to unite the Episcopalians : and (Presbyterians, in a mixed school,) I. refused to. receive,sub\x=req-\ scriptions. ' ■ j ' ' j I am, Sir, Your obedient servant,' >■ L. BOLDEN:

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SNAKE BITES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

..S.NAKE BITES. ;We-observe'-'tbritv in-' several' of-the colonial papers directions are yearly given for the treatment of snake-bites/and this yearly repetition sis -undoubtedly servicea\x=req-\ ble,1 both ; to those recently •.'arrived, who are often" exposed to a chngev they are not aware of, and to old residents by\x=req-\ keeping them in :,mind of the. precautions necessary for preventing-- a-fatal • termination to such accidents. In one point, however, the directions sometimes given are defective and even dangerous, that is, when when any remedy short of the actual destruction or removal of the part bitten is recommended, such, for instance, as the application of Ipecacuanha paste. One might as: well spit on the wound so far as any remedial effect is concerned. By far the most common description of snakes in this district, and, we believe, in the colony generally j are the black and the brown, the bite of either of which, we are satisfied would -prove'fatal''to man in a very s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

Impounded at Sale, 29lh Oct., 1857, by Mr; John McCallum WjIsoii. 1 grey'entire colt, blotch brand <>fF shoulder like' C3, long tail, star in forehead If not claimed and expenses paid; to be sold on 2nd December, 1857. ' .: ADVERTISEMENTS. Port- Albert. MR. GURBJEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER.. OFFICE REMOVED; TO:VICTO.ItlA STIlEET. <; n. 8-03 MELBOURNE. Goldsbrougk's Wool Stores. / rnHE undersigned beg' to intimate' to merchants, settlers, and others, that they are''again prepared to receive Wool for sale, classing and packing, dumping; or shipment, on the usual terms. "■ All produce entrusted to lis for sale or shipment shall have our very best" attention, and no effort- shall be spared to further your interests. ' Weekly sales of wool, tallow, hides,.and sheepskins will be held every Thursday morning at ele'veri o'clock, and oftener if required,' vendors "selecting their own auctioneers..' -"l ' ' ' . <'■Wclar'e'-prep...

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JUDICIAL SINECURES IN GIPPS LAND. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

JUDTCIAL'SINECURES IN . GIPPS LAND. ' | To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sir,—The . weekly table of Divine Services *&c. 'which you have published for some time past has proved so convenient that :!■ trust you wairnot object to still further oblige vour readers with an amendment. to the notice of Petty Sessions, held at Alberton, Tarraville, and. Port* Albei t, by slating the hours of opening and closing Court for public business, also, Muvdays on.which.the Court will not\ be held at either of the respective places, j Such a notice would' be' a "-eueral de- ! . 1 siderntum,i\sh would not only exhibit .the.| earnest consideration .for tluv public ser- I vice with which our Magistracy arrange ! their weighty business,.but. many persons ; would be spared vexatious delays, as well as the serious loss.of time r{ind expense attendant on r appearing before empty benches. ■ - 1 am, bir, / Your obedient servant, ONE OE TIIB PEOPLE,

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

WEEKLY -CALENDAR. c ■ o 1'' o ra ■ JS a i fl,. . s/ . -.CO, [ Sun Sets. 1 Moon's Ag •f. j High Wnt I * i» «rf A1'" ' 1 1" £2 . 1 , ' O November. Saturday 14 a.m. 4*45 p.m.' G-44 28 a.m. 10-24 Tnrru Sunday... 15 4-45 ■6*45 29 1M2 Monday ... Tuesday Wednesdy. ll> 17 18 4-44 4*43 4*43 G-4« 6*47 6-48 '0 • 1 .2 NcwM 1 -34 a.m. 12- 0 12-48 1-36 Port. Albcrton . Tarra Thursday 19 4*42 C-4D 3 2-24 Alberton Friday ... 20 4*42 6*50 '4 3-12 Vort " * Divine Service, English Church, morning, Tarraville; afternoon, Yarrnm Yarram.. i ,

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SALE. Thursday, Nov. 5th, 1857. (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R. M. and J. L. M. Carey, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

SALii!. Thursday, Nov. 5lh, 1857. . re 0. J. Tyois, Esq., R.M. and J. L.mVI. Carey, J£;-(|.) ; : Dexter v. Morrhxon. The defendant was summoned for assault. Mr. Dox'er stated, that on Wednesday, Oct. 28, lie wa.i a(, Frost's, " Nelson Arms" hotel, he had placed1 placards outside announcing that a meeting, woHd ho held that eve ning, he afterwards was sitting with Miv Frost and Mr. Morrison in the back par lour,, the conversation turned on the elec tion. Mr. Morrison said that the work men were all.dependent ou the <scju "lters, which Mr. Dexter- denied. Mr. Morris son then said to Mr. Dexter " You call me a liar then," to which Mr. Dexter re plied " ff you say that the working men arc.dependent on the squatters you are a liar." .Morrison' then struck him in the mouth. Case dismissed; Queen v. D. Clarhe. This case was remanded to Saturday, Nov. 7. Samuel Bid/veil and Bridget Bidmeli, remanded from Thursday last were then biought: up. .'..Inspector Hill prosecuted, Mr; ""We...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 13th November, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

ECantr <Su«u'trhuit Friday, 13th November, 1857; Among otlier points indicating :the progress 'of improvements in Gipps Land, there is one of no slight importance to a people so continually on the move as conn\x=req-\ try settlers necessarily are, in which,we could wish to see a more rapid advance than has hitherto been made. l7or although a recollection of the very ..rude; accommodation met with by travellers on the roads of the district a' few years back, may induce them, to submit with, a j patient sigh "to the inconveniences. they are• still exposed to at the- road* side inns, a further, improvement..''Would be neither difficult nor., unacceptable. In the; townships the traveller has a choice, and the natural anxiety to secure his custom leads to an increase in the accommodation offered him by competing landlords, but when he reaches at nightfall the only house .within twenty miles, this choice .is .restricted to that offered to his customers of old by ■ the eccentric...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE. Wednesday, 11th Nov., 1857. Before the Police Magistrate and Edgar Slade, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE. jf- Wednesday, 11 tli Nov., 1857. Before the Police Magistrate' and Edgar Slade, Esq., J. P.) v Peter Cnadwick appeared on summons* to nnswer the complaint of Richard Thomas for not paying him his wages. The prosecutor stated tliaf- when lie en- i tered in'o Chad wick's employ, lie received 30s. a week with the understanding that when he got used to his work (hay-pressing) his wages were to he the same as the, other men were engaged at, viz. : '£2 p?r week. This was the point on which' complainant and'.defendan', were at issue, the defendant alleging that Thomas was engaged at the weekly,wages of" 30s. only. Thomas, however, called two witnesses who were present when his agreement was made ' with' C'adwick, viz.: a man-named /Petersen and Miy Burn;'of the Royal Hotel ; the former of whom entirely corroborated Thomas's statement and the latter deposed that: he was aware that Thomas's wages were to he over 30s. but was nor, sure .whether the rate was 3...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

THE GARDEN. Peaches, nectarinesy ^andv, gooseberries, now require thinning1. The two farmer, should not have more: than one peach or nectarine to four c inches, of- branch. The gooseberries shoukl .be freely thinned ;as they become large enough;*foivuse. Advantage should be taken of the fine weather to ■ eradicate the weeds that during the recent rains have sprung up so plentifully everywhere. « Guano- dissolved in. water, one ounce to the gallon, may be applied now with great advantage, fo onion beds, strawberries, and - all growing vegetables. It is much: more safely used in this way than in the solid form, in which, if carelessly applied,- it will, destroy the plant it was intended to benefit. The blight appears less prevalent now then it was last season and it is to be hoped that gardeners will soon be free from this pest. Will any of our readers tell us what success has attended' the various remedies they have used , to destroy the bliglit ? , Vines require looking over occasio...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Campbell Testimonial.-—A meeting of the friends and admirers of John Camp\x=req-\ bell,'"Esq.", was held at the .Carrier's Arms Hotel, on Saturday evening- last, (Oct."31) W. Montgomery, Esq. in the chair, a discussion arose whether a testimonial from each district should be presented, or the luuds collected in the upper district should be joined to the collections made in the lower district. The question was not settled as the meeting--was adjourned until Saturday, November 14th. The subscription list will continue open until that date. Mail Contracts.—A few days ago a notice appeared in • the-. Gazette:)m viting tenders for the mail contracts for 1858 for Gipps Land. In this notice the tenderers were informed that they could obtain printed' forms on application to: the local post-offices. Up to this date :iio such forms have been received here, and when they do arrive, the time allowed for sending tenders in will have expired. All local contractors who could .o...

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WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. From the Argus. , The Highland Society's annual show of stock, held this year at Glasgow early in August, was quite as successful as that of the Royal Society of England at Salisbury. The entries were much more numerous. than on any previous occasion, and. the same remark was made as t.o the difficulty of awarding the prizes, the, quality of all the stock being so good; As at Salisbury, " John O'Groat,"' the property of. William .Stirling-, Esq., and bred by Mr. F.iwkes, took the first prize for bulls calved before the 1st January, 1855. , This is now said to he a superior animal to the far-famed ." Master: Butter\x=req-\ flly." Two thousand guineas were refused for liiin in the show-yards at Glasgow. -At this meeting,the Clydesdale horses were present in great number18, no\x=req-\ less than 227, being; entered in the different sections. This particular breed of horses is now held in high estimation in all tlio northern parts of Great Britain for agricult...

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SALE. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

SALE. [communicated.! I Since the last intelligence you had of the ! election, canvassing- has • gone on with i great spirit. You will perceive by 'the police report that Mr. Dexter had .a scene at the Mitchell whilst there, for the pur-: pose, of addressing1 the electors. With this exception nothing has occurred up to the polling day worthy of remark, oxcept that perhaps I should notice the strong feeling awakened amongst the electors when your leading article of the 80th inst. reached us, people then for the first time felt they had brought shame upon themselves by their apatliy at the nomination, humiliation was the general feeling and tended to excite greater exertion for display at the poll. You will scarcely believe that with the exception of Mr. Johnson's committee and a few electors -•who;; had paid some attention to the electoral ' list, there was a general feeling, that some doubt existed of the result, and not a few mysteriously suggested that Dexter would be the man. A v...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

' ST-UPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (POET ALBERT.) November 9.—Glenooe, barque, 160 tons T. Abbott, from Tiobart Town. November 9.—Macquarie, sHiooner, ] ,'50 tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town, in ballast. November 10.—Free Trader, barque, 206 tons, Capt. Thorn, from Hobart Town. . - - • November 10.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 foiiis, W. Ci'oucher, from Hobart Town, in ballast. , ' November 12.—Obpron, r.A.s.N. Co.'s steamer, 66 tons/Capt. Spence, from Melbourne ; passengers—cabin ; Messrs. Devonshire, J. Collins, Miss Collins,- Mr. and Mrs. Drew, Miss Drew, Rev, J. Login. Steerage, 11. - CLEARED OUT. November 8.-—Fair .Tasmanian, schooner, 156 tons, Capl. Arthur, for ' Hobart Town. November!!.—Eclipse, echoonor, 190 tons, E. B. Wolfe, for Ilobart Town. imports: November. 9.—Glcncoe, from > Hobart Town; 3000 feet paling, 4000 do, 1 ton hsiy, 1 case drapery, 2 box«s soap, 13 pkgs. furniture, half: ton hay, half ton potatoes, 1 ha? sugar, half-clu'st. tea. November .10.—Free . Trader,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. Steam to Melbourne. , rFcJ-IE'. Port Albert Steam Navigation i •• ,>$ Company's fine new screw steamer vaL QRON, "R. Spence, Commander, will sail from the Company's. Wharf for above Port every Friday,; at 11 a.m. punctually. Paiies—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s. •• . .. ■ Freight £2 per. ton. All.goods immediately on being landed j 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 toii-.-wi. WM. DOFTERTY, Manager, 1-03. Pnw, Alhp.rt, 23rcl Oct.,; 1857. SALE BY AUCTION.1 To Housekeepers, Dairymen, cmcl, ■ Others. 3\!Eilc:h Cows, Heifers, and Steers, &c. "O AS received instructions IVom, Mr. John ■.(jallag-her to sell by auction at liis stockyard,, on the...Victoria Survey, , (adjacent to his residence), on ..Monday'the 23rd of November, at Twelve o'clock, j In it it* to suit purchasers. About 15'prime, quiet, broken-in Milch Cows, most of them with calves at loot...

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SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING OCTOBER, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

Sales of Stock at Hob art Town OuKIXOJ^OcTOBEH, 1857. 2nd, Ex City of Hobart, 299 wethers, | 30s to 30i 6(1; .300 wethers, 27s to 27s Md. ' 6th, Ex \ Tasmania,' .399' .wethers', 30s 9d to 31s (3d. Ex Colonial, 223 wethers, 29s. 9th, Ex G'encoe, 45 . cows, S/ 15s to 12/ 7s 6d, 'average, 11/ 2s lOd ; 43 cows, 6/ to,11/.15s, average, 9/ 16s 8(1. - 10th, Ex Free Trader, 30 bollocks, .11/ 2s 6d to 18/ 5s, average, 16/' 6s 10d.' Ex Mary Ann,'44-cows, 4/ to 9/, average, -6/ 2s lOd : 236 esves, 23s. 12th, Ex Free Trader, 43 bullocks, 13/ 17s 6d to 16/ 5s ; average, 15/6s 6d. 13th, Ex Macquarie, 44 bullocks, 16/ to 17/2s 6d, average, 15/15s. 16th, Ex City of IJobart, 557 ewes and wethers, 30s 6d. 20th, Ex Eclipse, 45 bullocks, 9/ 2s 6d to 12/ 2s 6d, average, 10/ 9s lid. Ex II. S. Page, 274 wethers, 23s 6d to 23s lOd. 21st, Ex H. S. Page, 42 bullocks, 15/ 12s 6d to 17/ 15s, average, 16/ 10s 3d. 22nd, E:< H. S. Page, 29 bullocks, 16/ t'o 18/, average, 17/ Is 3d. Ex Eclipse, 270 weth...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. POUT ALBEIM MARKETS. Messrs. Schiller and Thiol hav chased Gold, at '75s per oz. Wheat, 85 per bushel. Flour, „£2<1 per ton. Bran, 2-- Gtl per bushel. Potatoes, £16 per ton. Hay, £12 per ton. Eggs, fron; Is to Is, 6d per doz. Butter, from Is 6d to 2< ;>er lb.

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