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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

PARLIAMENTOF' '.VIC TORI A'' ,'} ' c>*iCt-'V r/•••lu.jKiC* * ,a i ri." iT ,KMivi(o J""\Tn consequence ofiillness^theiPresident of the Legislative Council, was-tunable to attend^onc-Tuesday, and-.theVPostmaster .General was absent, from a domestic 'fiction- Kl ■ \ >! •vmfphe Oaths of Office Bill was read a second time, considered in committee, the report of the: committee adopted,■■ and ^afterwards i;endj a■ ■ thh,di;.,time and passed,; > when • the. hoiise^djourqec},tillthe; follow,-; ing''Tuespay<' V'rv/. WOih'iOil" ; .1MiV'Johnson 'presented''a petition to'the* Legislative'^ssembly from'the' inhabitant's of Gipps 'Lan'd;r a'gaihst^the.':. proposed .division1 of the electoral districts; "andjjra'y-, ing!!that tlie'district'of Gipps'Iiand/includ-; ing" 'Ome'o," 'be ^'continued/' electoral district) ''returning v'two': memb'ei^'tfs' !at; presents 'Orderea 'to be laid <"upon the,; 'table; '] ! Mr. Johnson gave notice, that on | Thursday next <...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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ROADS AND BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

ROADS AND 'BRIDGES. It will 'be,'Observed in the Paiiia-1 mentary summary,t \ that* tlie 'motion by i'MiVO'Shanassy,'' for i an additional, liundre'd' thousand | pou'nds to' promote the coiistruc- i i tion of1*0ads land .bridges, was I acceded-.; to 'by*- the Government anfr'"adppte<i by the Legislative i Assembly. Indeed the Treasurer i almost anticipated. the:mption by 1 offering, to supplemen^Hhe? • sum i on the estimates, by«£80,'000 or £90,000. . r , < i ; t ; i v ■ ' ■ \ 11t is to be hoped that a 'hand some v moiety? ofJ'this , additional amount' will" be appropriated to the roads'and bridges in "our disri trict,: than ,, wrhicli' there is/aio> /portion of the colony- where such conveniences are more required1, or wliere they have been more, neglected. Our. representatives shouidbe on the alert, and endea-. i-voi,; to 'se'cure"a'portion'.of'the' money, before' it. is, .all'! .finally; apportioned' to other , districts— .where it-niaybe much less needed...

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MODEL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

MODEL FARM. T h e following gratifying an nouncement /appeals,, in . the J&elbowyne*. Morning vHeralcl, of* moiidayjjlast.' It must.ibe gratify ingito, farmers Ho-'find, that the ^nianageiii ent of ..so,, important an undertaking has been.confided to a'geiitlenian jvlio has had "expe .rience«in-colqhial farming,-Ya ther than in a person , hrought "here; from England lor the'purpose, ,which"at firstT\vas' the'^intentioii ■of Government.^ a s j' s;u ch ( per eon 11 mu s t? haveheen. entirely: ignorant.. j|of almost eyer.ythmg connected J .with colonial'iaraiing,:,— 11 ^:^_The;\Governm«8iSdKave^decided upon |-;p]ncing;thev;model*f8riri'i%ii'der--;tli0-:'super !vision,.,of.Mi'.v.Skiiring'. ,-the .secretary* of 'i ■» f • -' the Port Phillip Fanner's Society. _ A i site'l^iiow^in-process of selection, < ah<I' as ),ii HO 11 . h ,-i ' .■:S(jpn, .■asijtueljnecessiiivy,!j preliminaries, *bave' J beenuu'rang'ecljUft/rmin^ opei'iJtioirsHvill be" comm'enceUrr/^In'a'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS: Steam to Melbourne. THE Port Albert Steam . Navigation 'Co.'s fine new screw steamer STORM : B. Sydserffi' Commandeis will \- sail from the iCompany's.Wharf for. above port this, day Friday, January 2fithrat 11, o'clock, aim. , ' ^ . Fares—Cabin £5r-rSteerage £2 5s'., . Freight £2 per. ton., . 'All goods immediately on being1 Janded'i are at consignees risk. ' ' * Gold, for shipment,) must 'be entered at the. Customs before ilO b'cloclf'AiM'.-on day* of sailing. , - " ; « For Freight or . Passage '.apply,,to. ' -.iii ' WJL DOHERTY, Manager, . , 141*03 < , Por.t. Albert,) 23rd Oct.;11857i TENDERS -are invited/for the :erection' of a brick hotel_at Sale. All: the material will berfurnished by the .proprie tor, R. Bennison'. ' ' " " . Parties Rendering,"are,at;; liberty;to. -ten der for the whole Svork .or for the.'carpen ters and' bricklayers'separately.1 —' Plans and specifications can be 'seen at the Carriers' jArms Inn,t Sale. ' ' Tenders, will.be.receive...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

r- ,• • ' • • . : 1 MELBOURNE MARKETS. A. good ■business'*was done by second, house's during the last week. The up country trndo continues active, which af fords evidence of prosperity nt the gold fields; and throughout; the interior gene rally.""'This is n .gratifying* fact in the face of the .-assertions which . have- lately been free.ly made 'in somequarters that the. yield .of gold was decreasing—that, in fact, the gold fields were declining*, n The amount of business done, however,; was too small to affect the immense stocks very much, or produce1 a favorable change in prices. Stich, indeed,ds the.state of the import .market that while it is affirmed by some that though pvices: did not actually advance during the week, yet-a tone, of firmness was imparted that put an. end. .co' their nominal character;' while it is said in other quarters that prices were -reduced to effect the trnnsac'ions reported. How over, impossible ifc ma)' be to, reconcile, these conflicting' assertions, ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT AhHEK1 - MARKETS.' Messrs. McKenzic and ' Go. report Lav-1 ing-'for\ynrded ..considerable' quantifcies'-nofi goods to order, both to tbe Omeo and the j\Tieholson diggings during, the pas week. Their .quotations are— ' ..• ... •:Fine- Colonial flour £18 .to £20. . v j . . ! Chilian, £1S to £19. <i Mauritius sugars,'£56-to- £60? 1 ■ Manillas, £48 to £52. Congou: tens, £10 to ijJlS per chest, t Oats 7s per bushel. - • Bran, 3s to 3s.fid. ■ ... Messrs. Soliillev-. and ^i'liiel report ' the prices they have bought .at this week .as follows::— , • Whsal, per bushel, (js Gil to 0s. Oats, Colonial,'Gs Gd. Hav, per ton, £5. Potatoes,'per ton, £7. Dried fish, per 100 lbs., £1 10s.

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

          ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tar- raville, January 23rd, 1858.         Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Neil son, Flinn, Hedley, and Turnbull.   Minutes of last meeting read and con- firmed.                 The secretary reported he had inspec-   ted contract No. 9. and found the word completed.     Resolved that Mr. Searle be paid £30 for extra work on contract No. 9.                     Resolved that Mr. Searle be paid the balance due upon his contract No. 9 when measurement, of the work is taken. The Secretary reported he had inspec- ted contrac...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.) Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

POLICE INTELLIGENCE   *****         SALE.         *****         (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., R.M.)         Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1858 John McDonnell, a ticket of leave, holder of this district, was charged with assault with intent to commit a rape. Eliza Malony sworn, stated that on the afternoon of Tuesday, about two o'clock, she was walking in the punt lane in the direction of Sale, and near where Mr. McArdle's steamer is building, she saw the prisoner coming towards her, he was drunk, when near her he called out " Mary" two or three times, she replied to him, that he mistook her, as that was not her name, and she did not know him; he then said thatrheJwnnted-. t'o<spcalc to her] she 'stop-* pecband^tben-pmoner*; seized" her b'y;,the throat, threw;her! down...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 29 January 1858

'SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.                   January 25.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116   tons; J. Graves, from Hobart Town.   'January 27 —Macquarie,- schooner, 130   tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town.     January 27.- Storm Bird; steamer 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff from Melbourne -passengers—cabin; Miss McArdle, Mrs.     Williams, Messrs; Harvey, Farquhar, J. Davis, jun., and S. Dislier. Steerage, 15.   CLEARED OUT., v ..j^anno]y 23.—Glencoe, barque, 1G0 !'tons, B. White, for Hobart Town. ^;4>JnnuaCTA27r^MaryjAhn;" schooner, 130 tons, J. Graves, for Hobart-Town.; ' IMPORTS. January 25.—Mary Ann, from* Hobart . Tawn; 2 tons liay, -180 boards, 50 do./12 bags lime. , ,,f ,. ' January 27 — Storm jBiirl,:,fi-om Mel bourne j 7 ...

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PORT ALBERT—2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

'■'-■^■'.PORTjALBETlT^KD.IsNiNOs. Stevens, e. Ilawley, b. Crosslcy Fisher, c. Cain, b. Lear . Turnbull, b. Crossley . Meyriok, c. Hodgson,' b.'Leai*; Thomas, b. Lonr ... ... Hardy, b. Lear ... ■ . , Burrows, b. Crossley . ... " Josephs, not out ...• >•,y.: ... Brain, c. ITowley, b. Lear ... Dohorty/.b. Lear ;... -'..v : < Turner, b. Lear ... ... '' Byes :...' Grand Totat

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

OOJiKBSPONDENOB. To the. Editor of the,Gip/>s\Land\ Guardian. ; 'D kakv S t aj^-Wi tlr many o'tliers,'' I" \v.is .much ; pleased at witnessing-, tie;cricket\x=req-\ playing on the.-Tamiiom Monciay vlnstj 'nncl considering' the Port 'gentlemen have ; had , fo rntmy opportunities for practisingy-th'e ' Tarra men came -out- much .••'better- than many had anticipated., ,t i ; I hope now' that cricket ,has.. made a good start, we shall have i'requoiit opportunities for witnessing-this line,: old'English sport. It is .snid'tliat .the' Tnrra. m'en.are about to form a club, which' I am only i surprised the}' have^ not done before this :<■ seeing there are so many among them, who, with a little practice chnnot fail ;to • I become good players.' ■ - ■ ' > < I fUH,'dehr Sir, ' Yours truly, " AN OLD PLAYJ3K. ' iWornngflj 3rcl February, 1858.. To,the Editor ofillw Gipjfs J.aitd,Guardian.^ <Sui,—In refen;nce:to ihe Gipps Lund Cricket 01 nl) you say in laft w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

-ADVEIITISEMENTS. Cricket. A meeting of those interested in . the , formation of a club to be called1 the Tarraville Cricket Club will take, place on Wednesday, 10th instMat ,7. .o'clock p.m. at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville.', 179 ON Sale by the Undersigned, free or Jn bond" Brand}', pale, Martell's i , dark.. „ Scotch,and Irish whiskey . ■.. • West India ram • ■ ■'■Sherry, inhbds'., quarter, arid octaves Port <,, „ '• ,, Brandy, Clouzeau's, in case / . Old Tom,'Booths . ■■■ „ , . ■ Geneva, JDKZ or Key, in case : Port.wine,-Hunt's - „ " Sherry, Cosen's ; „ Claret, superior ; „ Champagne, superior „ I-Iock „ English ale, in hhds. and bottles » porter ,, „ , Ginger., wine.'-.and ; :brandy;r isyrups, cordials, &c., etc. . ; . ' McKENZIE and CO., 1774 ' 'Port Albert. ON sale,by.the undersigned— Colonial flour ' . ! : , ,.i' Chillinn do'. ' Oats, bran, malt Oatmeal, split peas Batty's pickles, jams, and fruit Coleman's mustard,'.starch Snlad and castor oil- - . Salmon, ...

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TARRAVILLE—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

tarraville—1 st Inning s. Lenr, b. Iinrdy : , .... ... 15 Bcllingham, c. Meyrick, b. Meyrick .. 0 Neilson,c. Meyrick,• b.-Hardy:- ••• . 3 Basset, c. Burrows, b.-Meyrick , 16; Ilawley, b. Meyrick ... i 4. Crossley, c. Titrnbull,' b. Hardy .1.' 14' Hodgson, c; Josephs', b. Hardy ^...* :;3 AVisliart, c. Josephs; b.iHardy tv.. • {-3; Cain, not out ; ' ••• / ■•••" ' ® Thomson, r. Josephs, bi'Hordy '0' Began,.c. Burrows, b. Hardy / f>!0 Byes ... .... .... 8

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 5th February, 1858. WHAT FARMERS SHOULD KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

<3i:ppss %iatip:ar'0inn, Friday, 5th February, 1858. WHAT' PiVttMERS SHOULD KKOW. A valuable paper has been pub lished in tlie Neto JEnrjltmil ■'Far-, mer, from which we malce some extracts., Tlie suggestions - are. of a practical nature, and suclv as should engage the earnest at tention of farmers, as some, if not the whole of them, might be of'.' Borvice',1 at • -various times when other means; or remedies or appliances were not just ^con veniently within reach. In a new country like, ours, with a thin ancl ■- scattered population, \t behoves those engaged in: ag riculture .particularly W pick up every scrap of useful' information ihey can lay hold of, as they know not the moment they may be put to their shifts, when a little knowledge may be of es sential use, and save from much vexation and loss which the want i of it might entail. Practical matters - are those which should first engage the • attention of farmers, but they should aim at the attainment of .the; very hi...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. (Before C. J. Tyers, R.M.) Tuesday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.' ' (Before C. Jv Tycrs/.Escj' Tuesday,'.January 26. ; J ohn.Robert Davis, calling' himseii a medical practitioner.- was charged by Serjeant Coleman with horsestealing. The prisoner was : arrested' at, 'Mr: O'Meara's Stratford, Serjeant Coleman stated that /he arrested the prisoner from information:'^contained in! - the Government Gazette ; a: horse also' agreeing: with the descriptions •given was also seea-in his^possesionj'-the!pri soner's appearaube also tallied with the information- with the. excejDtion of (the name in theGovernment Gazette, that of J. T. Cummins. The case was re manded until Thursday^ in' order that the. , horse r might: be v produceds On Thursday the prisoner was brought . up and remanded ,toiMelbourne, the.brands on the horse and other marks answer ing the description given. ,• r

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET MATCH. BETWEEN TARRAVILLE AND PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE: C11J CKET 'MA-TGIi. ' . s >• ' t , ' ■' ' ' ' Bet ween Tarraville and Port •■y 'JtLBEItT.' ' ' ; / This inatcli came off,on "Monday last'at/ Tarraville,' and J from it, being- the first, .played inithe lower district ofrGipps:Larid '> caused ' considerable interest^'and ' excitiB ment. . ,, ,itl* , ( , , ' r The iday was .beautifullv:4jne^and''c6n--i } M * '• f> > Y *' ^ sequently attracted a considerable; number to the gay arena of friendly j strife ;•? many of the' fair: sex having- > gracedltlie ground riwith'tlieiiv presence^ added considerably to, the gaiety of tlie'scene.' ' ' 11 ' The wickets werei pitched;? at< >: twelve o'clock,!and/the -game ■commenced'byPort Albert sending in Stevens and Fishery the former hacl almost immediately to succumb;. - . M- r . to the' straight , and» steady :bowling; of Gi'ossley> witli'a'score'of'one'to, his'-name, when his places was. 'taken by Turnbull. I Fisher after scoring a '.one; iwas r...

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A BYE-MATCH. TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

A BYE-MATCH. Tajikaville. ' .BellinghanVs. Josephs'! b.'IIallet...', 2 ,r... Lenr, leg bt'r. wicket,'b. ilallett ... VI8 ' ' Neilson, leg bfr; wicket,'b. Ilallett 2 Basset, o. llallett, b. Ilallet' ' 2 Ilawley, b.'Thomas...' " ... ( ,15; , Hodgson, c. Meyrick/b.'IIardy : 0 Cain, r. Josephs, b. Meyrick , .1. Crossley,!c.Ilallett,,b;iMeyrick'.'.;.V,, ,;2 ,, - Wisliart, e: Thomas, b.Thomas < 19, ■ Thomson', 'c. Meyriek,' b.| Moyriek.w 3.; : Regan/not out'- ' ... . ■.,-••• . : 'Uye's,' 18 wide "balls; 7^ . 20,; ( . 1 '' ! 65

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PRAIRIES AND RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

PRAIRIES' AND RAILWAYS. i The prairies , are >: open, land, cleared by ;nature,i -if?,ever>they .were,1 forest, ,nnd all readyfor the, plouglkof the - husbandman. Herei[the.,pioneer;is. notrtho backwoodsman ,wi th v.tliis : axo,~ >bu t\' ther, i" prairie -breaker with this team and, plough; ■ You tu rn up; the soi],»and-7:at puce vyoir avre <a; producer of corn i- and wheat. But \thcre is com 1)1 _ 1 ! 1 lil pensatiou ,in every thing-j viand'thesei'teem-! | ing" wildernesses^ especially5those'':e!ist-of r, the ^Mississippi, had'one;'great 'want, 'they | had; no nuturaKmeank.pf-;communicntiqn;' i Illinois, in -particular,,the "most: fertile of: all,' bad 4'ew ri vers,: and' thoso'ofVsmall1' a'c count. While the lands to the east of bor had, besides; the Lakes,,: the ■ Hudson,,the Ohio,' ithe : St: vLawrence, rtliej'Delaware,' <fcc.j' with'''all-.their magnificent tributaries; the,-.- prairie^ lands., were:..for ^hundreds: of miles inaccessible. by: inte...

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PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

; Port Albert. Moyriclt, b. Crossloyi-'i ai'.iV ... 23 Hardy, log before .wicket, b. Lear, ,10 .., Hulleti,'not out ' '■ ... : .V;.l * ...' 30 . Turnbull, not out ... ... ... 0 * Byes ' ' 1 '• " ... ' 5

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THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

THE CROPS. On. allsides; we: liear; of abundant crops, so much so,, that the greatest difliculty ,/lias been experienced in getting them cut down in time. On no previous year have the agricultural lands of the colony presented such splendid fields of grain. The exception of this year, seems to have been, low crops; arid' high ones, the general rule; iji many instances, both wheat and oats, have reached six and seven feet, and the stems of the latter, where allowed to stand for grain, have been more like large reeds than straws. We would take this opportunity of reminding many of our farmers, that they incur a great risk in allowing so much of their grain to He in the field for weeks after it is out. Australian summers are not always dry, great changes sometimes suddenly set in, and days of heavy rain have before this, set in and destroyed many a farmers all. Independent of rain, there is also that of its adversary— fire.' It inight be possible to , save 1,000 bushels ofgrain in a st...

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