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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 13 November 1857

BIRTH. At Sunville, 12th instant, Mrs. Uriah Hoddinott of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

ADYEETISEMblNTS. &N; sale at the stores i of the; under\x=req-\ signed— . : Gwe bullock dray One tip-up cart • • ■ : ; One Sydney made horse dray.. ... . 73 ' / 'SCHILLER&T1IIEL Twenty Pounds Reward, T^TIiEREASi a HORSE answering t ' ' .'.following description was stolenfrc the; rom the stables ot the Ship Inn, Port Albert, on the night of the 18ih inst.:— , Bay horse, black points, about ,15 hands 1 inch, 8. years old,, star on forehead, two: white heels, in good condition, branded EC on oft' side of neck under mane, (Mr. Crook's.brand) and well 'known , in Gipp's Land as Mr.' Hognrth's saddle; horse " Cockey." A new saddle and bridle was! stolon at the same time. : ,Ji; ' The above reward will be paid on conviction of the thief, or -£10 on recovery of the horse, itc. ' 74-3 ROBERT ADAMS. Tipper District, Gipps Land—Campbell Testimonial. THE i subscription lists will be kept open till the twenty-eighth instant. Gentlemen who have added their names, and those who wis...

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RAILWAYS ON COMMON, ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

RAILWAYS ONCOMMON, ROAD S! (From ihe London Builder A ltk Au/juat; - - 1857.) - - • ' - . It has been well'observed by an eminent 'French-engineer-'in relation! :to locomotive facilities,/that to retrogradeis sometimes to progressand this apparent contradiction of terms is inrealitytruejin many instances.\x=req-\ It is,undoubtedly applicable; to,the for-, mation of a series of'.,-.what; may be '.termed 'secondary^railroads; or tramways <on corn'-.' mon roads, worked by) horse . power,-now. energetically." 'demanded by our. -French allies, and usefully employed in America —for, Brother Jonathan can gn slick ahead as far and' as fast as anybbcly when it suits ( his purpose] and retrograde with equal fa-, cility- where- an'-advaritage is"' tojbe 'g'ained. And why not?; Why should* people deprive themselves ofthe'pleasure and advantage's of cheap 'conveyance because- they cannot afford 'to construct'a spick '- and span: new. locomotive'railway,">' with"-deep -'cuttings,'' ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sin,—A few days ago I happened, to observe to a friend of mine attached to the Alberton Police that lie did not attend prayers as usual on Sunday the 1st of . November. His reply was that a parade was called at an unusual hour and not dismissed .until eleven o'clock which, ren dered it impossible for him. to travel four miles from Albei'ton to his place of wor ship at Tarra'ville, in time for the service '.which; begins at eleven- Hitherto the police have always been allowed the op portunity of attending public worship' and I can see no reason why this should now be suddenly withdrawn fron> all but those who attend the service of the English Church at Albertori. I hope that in future the Catholics in the Police may be allowed the same opportunity of attending public worship thatthe Superin, tendant enjoys himself and affords, to the protestants under his orders. Parades might bciheld as formerly at nine "o'clock on Sunday which would give...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 20th November, 1857. THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

<£5 tpps £.a nti <25 tt a rft t aat, . Friday, 20/',h November, 1857. ' THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.. , ; The tenii lor which the' '.first members of the Alberton District Road Board were elected, expires, ■ on Wednesday "next,- and on that day the ratepayers are called, upon to appoint , their successors in office. We are- anxious to impress upon the landholders and householders. ofthef district.; the great, importance of tleir attendance on the clay of election1/ , 'No trilling consider a tion'shbuld he allowed to interfere witli this _at-. tention to; .their own interests,'' since they-'can:.liardly- expect/that the duties of sucli an office as that.. to which the members '„of: the Road, Board are appointed, will;be entered upon - with 'zeal5 or discharged Kfithl perseverahcey' imless those -priheip|any^conQem\x=req-\ ed.take some interest,in the,mat-: ter.- Many causes combined to render the attendance ati the,first meeting smaller than could, have heen desired...

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ALBERTON. Thursday, 12th November, 1857. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

! '' ..^AlBE'RTbNl.'5Vv i , {Jhursd'a^ | i if (Before the Police-Magistrate.) , * . i Oe6rgeiVDick' wasfinfoi^med against'by 1 Mri,1 H.; W; at' ' Alb'er'ton, witli' 'fraudulently' bbtdinirig*. pos-/ session of two letters from' the Albertori Poit Office;''" It' appears'fromWe'eviddniie; ••nrrvwirrrf" that the defendant, during the absence of, the prosecutor, reached over to the desk in the store, and took up a bundle of letters, and selected two, .which 'lie- told j-tlie boy in the store he would take, he did so, and i left the store. Mr. St^ad'saw*-'him afterwards in the street, and demanded the letters back, which' demand''Diclccomplied' with. Mr. Stead then laid tlie'informatfon. The defendant admitted, that he had tatten' the letters! and that,: as( he: was authorised: by the persons 'fflgtipm*' thcy.-'wprevad-.' dressed, lie "did riot' think'' he \vas :transr gres'sing 'in so doing. '^'He ■then-callefl/vthe two persons, for wliom he had intended to take the: letters/' Iwhof bot...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Robbery.—Early yesterday morning it was discovered tliattho stables at the Ship Inn had been entered during the night, and a valuable horse the property, of Mr. Hogarth, Clerk of the Peace, stolen therefrom. The thief having selected a good horse appears to have shown equal care in picking a saddle, the sufferer in this case being Mr. Webb, solicitor of Sale. He then-provided himself will a tether rope by re? moving one from a calf, and lastly before commencing his journey he exchanged boots with the ostler, without thinking it necessary to disturb (him in order to ask his approval of the proceeding. A man niust have great confidence in his.;own luck or inHbe inefficiency of the police to venture to st-al a horse in a>district-witli' sq.few outlets, as this has.t The horse stolen in .this case is-V;bnel'^so'^Vell?^kriowii. iri" Gipps Land, that there will[Jieuio difiiculty in tracing the thief}' norwilli a'Uttle energy inr taking him."' •■'1 :Guano.—On'Some,f ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Friday, 13th November, 1857. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

: " POLICE INTELLIGENCE. rORT AliBEllT.' ,i ^ '(Friday, lot lr JNovembeiy^loo/'. , -; . '(Before CnptaiiVCarey; P.M.). ' ■ :^;\';ja^^,-SitoneiAytw<-suratiaoned:":-by;vconT\x=req-\ stable WhitorforAcrueltyi'jto janimalsyf the, offence .he was, charged with was ., beating; a Idog^to^ cleath.y, It'appeai'e'dV?howeyer, that Stone'destroyed th'e'dog," wh'icli was a savage animal,- by-desire- of his1 owner,* \Mr. Duricanj' and-' that no 'unnecessary cruelty was'us'ed, and the case1 was'< therefore-dismissed. ■ : Mr. William Buchanan then-appeared (t'o answer the complaint of Kobert Morgan .for obstructing ' a road. ' , Tlie > defendant 'did not deny that the road was obstructed, ■but agreed to remove the obstruction complained of, arid oii' that understanding the matter, was, .allowed, tp, drop.^ >. . . ,

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PORT ALBERT RACE COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

< , \ , m I , PORT ALBERT RACE. COURSE. /Pursuant- toadvertisement-the;'-.Trustees--' of^theT.Race^Cpurse^metjp^ 13thynst.^at the Sliip.'Inn.,' There /were ■ present Messrs. Howden, ^ and Martin. . ; . v' •.■ ;f ,rj n Upon the m'otion4 of; MiC*'Strattpn, ,se-; conded by Mr. Hopd, Mr.: How den'' took the chair. '••••'.; .! •' ' - Tlie1 GH'airman l'theni*explainedf to the meeting1 tlie objects for which - the}' were called jtpg'ether/ an'd i;ead. a letter, from; the .department*-of '■ Putticf'*iiands4 intimating' ;that in reply, a/lettei^ frpm jJ/jPavis, ;Esq., M.L.A.,, of the",20th'*Juiy^iast/tbafy iHis''Exceirency;^ Gdvefnor' inaCbuncil 'liads"been ''pleased1^ approve .oT'a'pBrtiin. "pf'gTbuhd^ai'ea'15.3ai 0r.':18p.—as sliewn in: an "accompanying' tracing, .being 'set' apart in tli'apai-isli ofJAlberton as a Eiace poiirse'ahci'for 'otherpurpose'sp'f recreation in the. districtj1 and1 til at* 'the' gentlemen nampd^hadlieieir app'oin'tod trustees for the samq, 'v4z;':^jam;^...

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SALE. Monday, Nov. 19th. (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq. R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

. , Monday,j Nov.jOlli:. (Before CaJ". Tyers, Esq.; R.M.) Joseph cJVilson, was ^broughtJ up, charged with stealing,,'a, hut. No pro\x=req-\ secutorappeared'and Uie,prisoner ..jwas discharged. <} v.'/' r,Jf t Thursday,'^Nov.' 12th. * ' ' '• Mr John Weildon appeared, to answer a summons charging 'him with illegally selling spirits,: at the ,Oineo, on\x=req-\ tlie 15 th August last.' Mr. Webb appeared for- the- defendant. ■ Several witnesses \vere . examined,; 'but - no' evidence', was'i'adduced' 'to■ prove"■ the offence: Tlie' case was' therefore' dismissed. ' •' 1

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

SALE. [from our special correspondent.] biR,—ine many ana conflicting- -.ru mors that readied the lower district with reference' tb!,'the f election induced"'me' to' take'a ride'to" Sale arid ' see ' wliat was really going on.: The' election news you have given .'but' T was so'much surprised at the'many changes that halve taken place in the Upper District since my last visit that I could not refrain from penning a few thoughts for the information of those who may not have had an - opportunity of j visiting Sale for some time. On getting beyond the survey the first favorable change that delighted me was having a good and substantial bridge to cross the creek near to Mr. Hobson's. I recollected that a short time ago crossing the creek was an unpleasant task and I seldom un dertook it without having plenty of com pany in the shape of bullock drivers un loading and loading- their waggons which had bogged in the midst. Those mishaps however will now be counted among the past so far as th...

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TARRAVILLE. Wednesday, November 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

j taWuavil'lk.>' ' Wednesday, Nov: ember lStlj";, \ | . . I,. G: . Smith -was .brought' v before'' Div ' Pleclley-,'J:P.y apprehended'on warrant, and: | charged.'by John- Dight with stealing- from; wins dwelling'ihouseriniTarraville/'ahaccount' | hook oF'. the vnlneOof ijtwonshillings.t t'The I'-prosecuior.-statcd! on-:oathyjthat> oiri.Thiirs\x=req-\ |rday last he had the book in qtustion in iiliis sittingirobm, andimissed it on Friday, thatliaving- reason ;to„suspect jthe^prisoner; ilie applied for a search warrant, arid the hook was found on Smith's premises. 'Constable Maguii ^'proved the [execntion of the warrant.; 'HeVfound'notliing' ori the search, and-then asked Smith if he had.the r'book/prisoner said he -had ' and produced it, tie then apprehended- him.i-,- Joseph LUight swore1.that the-' prisoner/ himself, j and John Dight .were in partnership, and Lthat the book said" to be stolen contained I accounts,ofi-the partnership,Jmsiness, ,and; that- Smith, took it in the p...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) Nil. CLEARED OUT. November 12.—Free Trader^ barque, 206 tons, Opt. Thorn, for Hobart Town. November 13.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, for Hobart Town. November 16.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T.Abbott, forHobart Town. ; 'November 17.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, for Hobart Town. IMPORTS., . , Nil. ' ' ' EXPORTS. , , November 12.—Free Trader, for Hobart Town ; 74 head cattle. . , • Noveinb'er43.—Mariposa;* for Hobart Town.; 59 head cattle. . November 16.—Glencoo, for Hobart Town ; 65 head cattle. November 17.—Macquarie, forHobart Town ;"46 licad cattle. ' SAILED. i i ; .) Nov. 19.-jFree Trader, for" Hobart Town. '' " ' | IV o v. 19.-^Mariposa, for, Hobart Town. Nov., 19.—Macquarie, : ;for,' 'Hobart Town. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. Steam to Melbourne. THE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer OBERON, R. Spence, Commander, will sailfrom the Company's Wharf for above\x=req-\ have immediate despatch after arrival for above port. Fares—Cabin £o—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. 1 1 Freight £2 per ton. Port Albert Race Course, rp'HE.Trustees require tenders for fenc\x=req-\ •-*-J ing*.'.in>tbe course. ;.t . : r Plans, and specification :-,mayr; be. seen at the bifficejof.thejundersig'ned.at Port .Albert.. -.•The''lowest or; any tender, will.. not ne-! cessai'ilj; be Accepted... .... -. AIL' Tenders, addressed to the .Trustees, must.be sent in on or before, 11 o'clock on Saturday, the 28th Novembeiy,1857. r (By order); THOMAS BURROWS, 63*2• .. , !■.. Secretary,: Pro. tern. ~ n . i) • i > Port Albert Race Course. rpi-IE Trustees,requ...

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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

■, .WEEKLY-'CALENDAR:> i««'- • i ^;G , i • ci . ;; « ■. ."v-tt'fc :\C n £ ■ 12 • CO •§( to <1 e '' s r"§'*° '0< M s . g;-|V . W. S . ; November, Saturday 21 n.iri. •1-41 p.m. U-51 0 a.m. /4f 0 Tnvrn Sunday ... 22 4-41 G'52 G i-48 Monday... 23 4-40 6-53 7 f6:3G Port> ::;T . . Tuesday ; Wcdncsdy Thursday 24 25 2b 4-10 4-89 4-39 G-S-l 0-55 C-50 8 9 10 IstQti. '3*13' a.m. ; (>*24. 7*12 8• 0 Alborton Tarra Albcrton t Friday ... 27 4*38 C-C7 11 8:48 Port "Divine Service, English- Church, morning,:: Alborton ; afternoon, Port Albert; evening, Tarravillo. J Meeting of raicpayers for Road J3ourd olecticm. . 1 '

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

7 COMMERCIAL - INTELLIGENCE. PORT A L) B E111' :MAIIKETS. Messrs. Sclriller and Thicl, import prices tlie same as last \veu£. , > . t , i .

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 20 November 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Minutes of Meeting held at the Roy- al Hotel, Tarraville, November 14th, 1857.             Present—Messrs. Howden, Hobson,   Flinn, and Turnbull.       Proposed by Mr. Hobson, and se-     conded by Mr. Flinn, that Mr. How- den take the chair.     Carried.                 Minutes of last Meeting read and confirmed.       The Secretary laid before the Board a letter from Mrs. Buntine complaining that Mr. John Collins junr. had fallen trees across the road leading from   Bruthen to the main central line ofj road.               &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 November 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice. /CHARLES LINSTED, vetinerary sur\x=req-\ ^ geon, has arrived from, Melbourne, where lie has practised for the last fourteen year's, and, previous to that time, fifteen years in Hobart Town. Horses castrated, fired, or cured of any disease in such a manner as to give perfect, satisfaction to those who may please to' employ him. His attendance in Gipps Land will be monthly. For reference apply to Mr. Plinh, or ,at',° the Royal Hotel, Tarraville.' 79'2 AMUEL JOHNSON, from Oldham? ^ late in the employ of J. Dig-by Smith; Esq., C. J. Tyers, Esq., and Mr. Mac-: klaster, will hear of something1- to' his ad-vantage, by applying to his nephew, who is anxious to see him. EDWARD SMETHURST, • 44, Little Bourke-street west, v> 80 Melbourne. X hereby give notice that I have this day claimed a Bay Filly, about fifteen months old, branded EN on off .neck, has a very small star' on forehead,' and off .fetlock, white, the said . filly ' being my property. JOHN WHITEMAN, ^ L...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 27th November, 1857. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. NEWS FROM INDIA, EUROPE, AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 November 1857

t&tpps Cahtf Friday, 27th November, 1857. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. NEWS FROM INDIA, EOROPK, AND ' "AMERICA* , The .Royal Mail Steamer Columbian arrived in Hobsons Bay on Saturday week and reports that her1 detention was caused by the frequent derangement of herinachinery.i : She brings news from India of great importance. The almost impregnable; city ,of.,Delhi, which was in-, possession of the rebellions native troops at .the date of the advices, and then besieged\x=req-\ by the British, was assaulted on the 14lh of September, and after a desperate struggle fell into the hands of the British. The loss on the side1 of the rebels is said to have been very large; and we regret to say that the Britisli loss1 auihiounted to 900 lulled and wounded including Generals Neill and Sutheiv, land. The city was not finally Itaken ■ till tbe 18th September. ; ■ Thvee or fonv native regiments- <:in: the Bombay Presidency have mutined, ; and the spirit of insubordina ion to British r...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 18th Nov. CONSTABLE GUY, AND, SUPERINTENDENT SLADE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 27 November 1857

V," M.ELB.OUjiim . r tfroar our own correspondent.1 , .Wednesday, lSih Nov. . CONSTABLE GUY, AND, SUPER IN TEiN'DE N1'; . . SLADE. , . In tlie.Leg'islafive 'Assembly, yesterday,; • Mr. Davis. gave notice of-. his intention' to ask ..Mr.j Haines,} on ,the following1, day, .whether, an- officer had been sent tos ,Port Albert, t0,enquire ,int0; the. charges, made by', constable., Guy against the:Superinten\x=req-\ ' dent of Port.AJbert,: and; it- so, .whether any report of. the .investigation, had been received by the .Government ? \ / f' 'GIPPS L'AND ELECTION. The Speaker announced to the Assembly; that he.; had iTCeiyed. a. lettei-vfi'om. • the. 'returning' > officer )in .Gipps Landy, stating, that Mr., Jphnson, had, Jjeen , duly elected, but that the wi'it' had .'unfortunately been lost." (Laughter.) 'I'he 'i'eturning1.officer . desired ito < know:-whetlier,;:;the f . .Speaker would" send'.'! rhim; n another. >. iwrit.- i: <: ■ The i t Speakers having->...

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