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FARMERS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

FARMERS CLUB. Meeting Held at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, January 30th, 1858. .The min«tes ■ of.'last "meeting ware read and coiifinnI'd;' i ;' - ' ; v'rhe Ghairman/eporlttd that lie .had •.communicated with .the; Government • as requested, by. a minute of last 'meeting."' ?v. Proposed by Mr.Holey, and.second-' I ed'by Mr;- Basset; " That- 'Messrs/ How Ide ri/'-GSllionvlThielj ,Woo"dM cKenzie, 'Hedley. Carpenter, Gadd, McBean,' , Elinn,; Neilsonj Nicol, B rown, Stratton, I and McPhersoii, be appointed; ar coin, mittee-'of management.'.'.Carried. Resolved Jthat'-llie' annual''show oi' •the Clu:> he held in April next. • Resolved that tlfe next meeting- of theiClub be dk'ld at'Tarraville. ' ! ' .( 7 i : : - c ; . On Saturday last; the bush caughtsfir'e ;in the neighborhood of- W. T. Daw-1 i;son. Esq's; house, ,i;w,hich| ' would have i i .heen destroyed-had; it not-been } for the i utimely exertions of some 15 or 20 men ! who resided- ntar.' ! |i Mount TAYLOK.r^-On Wednesday last l...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (POIIT ALBERT.) ■February 1.—Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons J. W. Tobin, from Launccston. ; ■Fcbrwary,'<l.-—Eclipse, schooner, 190 ■tons,' E. B. Wolfe, from Ilobart ;Town, in ballast. ■■■!.' ■ February 2.—-Mariposa, schooner, ,190 tons; W. Groucher, from Ilobart Town, in ballast. ' CLEARED out. - February 1.—Dobsons, schooner, 1J2 tons, J. W. Tobin, for Luunccstoa. ■• . * February; 2.—-Maerjiiarie, schooner, 130 tons, GiHarrison* for-Hobart Town. ■■> February 2.—Eclipse, schooner,, 190 tons, E. B. Wolfe, for Hobart Town, v February 3.—II. S. Page, barque, "26 tons. T^ Springy for flobar'tTown, ' ' r ' IMPORTS. . February, 1.—Dobsons,: fronV'ljaunces on tons, flour, 1 toiv hay, ' S.brls.' Jile,7! cases fruits. , f ! I " ' 1 , t 'r > EXPORTS. February l.-r-Dobsons, for Launceslon ; 34 head entile.*1 ' ' ' - ' v February; 2;—:Macquarie, ' for, j Hobart Town: 54 head cattle. - ; Febniiiry, 2.—Eclipse, .for .Hobart. Town i 74 Jieiid cuttle. . ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

' WEEKLY CALENDAR. •5 ' § o «' 0 , a\ w | Sun Sets. Si i f § •? & to s ■ -M B ■ V. 1 Kobronry. Saturday 0 a.m. p.m.l V 0 22 ' j ... a in. 0-86 Turrn Siuulny 7 r»"24 7' 4 2iS ... 0*2-1 ... Monday ... 8 5-25 1 V 3 2'1 ,.... 7.12 Port; Tuesday 9 5'2(! 7" 1 2r. : ... ,8- .0 Alberton Wedncsdy 10 5*58 7- 1 2G ... 8-18 Tarra Thursday , n MO 7* C i 27 ' ... ■ 9;!ltt AUiovton Friday ... 12 5*31 (MO 28 ;.l ■ 10 24 Tort-.. ' V-'/7; * Divine . Sm vice, English Church, morning', Tavraville afternoon, Yavnuri Yumvm.' • - ■

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

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. Mes8i's.V"iwoKonssie.. ami* Co. ropoi't.'an increased -demand . for provisions ■for; tlio Omeo> and Mount Taylor diggings;. Their quotations arc— •. , Fine (lour, .£18 to £20. , Chilian, £15 to £17.< Best. Congous,.,£11 to £12. Sugars, "£50 to-£60, Oats, 7s G'd. per bushel. Bran, 3s Gel do. , ■ ■;

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 February 1858

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD                     Meeting held at the Royal Hotel Tar- raville, January 30th, 1858. Present—Messrs. Hedley, Gellion,   Hobson, and McKenzie. Proposed by Mr. Hobson seconded by     Mr. McKenzie that Dr. Hedley take the chair. Carried.     Letters were read from the Central   Road Board Office acknowledging letters No. 87 and 88, and also a communication requesting a return of all monies received by this Board during the quarter ending December 1857.               The Secretary laid before the Board an account from Mr. Ferris for stationery     and printing &c amount £8 6s. Resolved that the account now read from Mr. Ferris be ...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. I Steam to Melbourne. THE Port Albert Steam Navigation. Co.'sfine new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. Bi Sydserff, .Commander, will I have immediate despatch al'ter.arrival fori above port. <■■-■- ...... . • j Fares—Gabin • ^5-^Steerage £3 5s. ' i Freight £2 per ton.' 'All g'oods'immediately 'on being'" landed are at consignees -risk. ' Gold) for ;shipment,' must ; be "entered-at! tlie^ Customs before.,10.■o'clock-,a.m. on day, of sailing. ' , _ For Freight or Passage apply to WM. D-OTIERTY, Manager, 14:1*03 Port Albert, 23rds;Ocfc./l'857. 19 Yic. No. II. q. XXH. A BSTRA.CT account of expenses .in .curred in the election of a. member to serve' in'the Eeg-islati ve' Council 'of "Vic toria, 7-tb November 1857;// Candidates— Mr. "V^illiam Dexter, Mr. John Johnson. ; :G s; d. ,£ s. d. To Leonard' Mason, conveying' -ballot papers and box ,to and from Sale and Lucknow 17-10 0 To-Samuel-Weaver," ' making regulation ballot box .. v ..1 ;5.; 0,.; , ,! To- 'Jacob Ferri...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

SO UT H - AUST RA LI AN WHEAT. The following- extract iVom a; leLter . received by a merchant-, in Adelaide from an English correspondent will shew the opinions entertained at;home, by competent judge;!, of the wheat grown in South Australia; fs the wheat* grown in Victoria inferior to that grown in South Australia, oris the superiority of South Australian wheat arid floiiv in name only ? It is very generally ! be lieved that the wheat . iv.ised in this Colony, and in this district, is equal to any grown in Australia; l:nitif the belief be efToncous, and the wheat be really in-' ferior, there is no natural cause why it, should continue to be inferior, and cul tivators should at once endeavor to. find out the cause, and apply them selves to discover the remedy. This is not an age to lag behind in any pur suit, or to be satisfied with 'mediocrity, but it is an age when men are every where striving after the perfection * of whatever they have undertaken to. per form, and farmers should...

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MELBOURNE INDIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

MiCLBOURNIfl. INDIAN RELIEF'FUND. ..■•The,following; is a; report of, the speech■ delivered by Sir - Henry Barkly at the meeting' held in Prahran for the purpose. :of initiating a; subscription in , aid of the Indian Relief fund :—,, His Excellency, rose to move the first resolution.: ;He said :] As,a.resident with in; the district, he had-felt.it to be his duty to accept the invitation that had been given him to take part dn the proceedings on behalfof the .cause in which lie and all felt so warm an interest, and lie hadmuch pleasure in moving' the resolution, which was to the following-effect; , " That the 'inhabitants of, this munici pality':, : deeply i sympathising- with the sufferings entailed upon the widows'- and i orphans, of the military and civilians in India by the sepoy- mutiny, desjretto ^offer them some . tangible . e cpression of i sympathy." / ' No event within-his own experience had I called:for such a feeling- of profound and universal sympathy. for the - sufferer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS. 7 Notice.' A BAY MA BE, Wack points, appar "untly aboutfour years"'olcl,*branded like T on 'near 'slioukle'r, was foimd in :Mr. ^ ' D igh t's paddock, 'on tlio nightgof'Friday, 11th 'December, :1857, - where his entire horse; and other.mares,vW.oi-e..^Tlie owner can- havc 'the {said mure,> on',application: after paying all charges. 'If not ; claimed 'within fii'C'weoks from this.' date, will'obe sold to defray expenses. ; - TarraviJIe,llth/February, 2858. : : ,189-3 f)N SALE 'at SCHILLER . and ^ TJ-II ELS •.— Good oaten hay . • • Wheat and potatoes , Light spring and .other carts 7 Whale boat ■ : Tout and fly, &e., &c. ■ Port Albert. 188 N sale by the undersigned— : -Men's clothing'of every, description " Mat,trasses • : ■, ■ .• iron'si hoots Ladies' boots and.shoes Children*' boo's and shoes Mat;, caps, shirts, &c. MoKENZIE and CO., 176-4 : Fort Albert.' BOOKS contftininsr the PSALMS ancl HiTiMNS used in the Clnircli of .England are procur...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. CRICKET.—TARRA AGAINST PORT, ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

CORRESPONDENCE.' • To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. CRICKET.—TARRA AG A INST PORT, ALBERT. Sin—; Tn i your, impression of the 5th ? instant, I see a remark mnde abort" the * lunch which I provided for such gentle- ■ men as chose to honor mo \vith their presence, on the day of the cricket match between Port. Albert and TaiT.iville. Z " , 1 should like the Turra men, who so distinguished themselves on that .occasion, to express their sentiments to the: Po"t gentlemen, if tlie lunch;I-put on the table,' was not such a one as eventliis jJExcelU'iicy • the'Governor..might have partaken If yon arc a judge,-permit me to ask you 'if wen or gentlemen goigo them selves, with poultry or Dastry ; • but ask the (jeiitjfm cn';\ whether rthei i\istomachs <;.;are knowil by their pockets.' ! v did my 'best to 'please, my' charge hr'itic 7s,' Cd)1for lunch, wine and ale. > , ■' J remain,* &c., - j T: 'LANG. Tarravillc,;6th February,. 1858..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

NOTICE.—Omeo Gold Meld. —Messrs. Bennett and Davies, have been appointed Agents for this paper.

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 12th February, 1858. HOW TO EDUCATE THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

ntr <3tinriJtait, Friday, 12th February, 1858. HOW TO ".EDUCATE THE "FARMER. It is impossible to exhaust the subject of education. It is a subject that has engaged a considerable share of attention during the last -..fifty years, and yet its progress among the people generally has been very slow. This has arisen from the fact—, that;its importance has .never yet been properly understood, or, it might be said— properly- con sidered by the great mass of society. As it has ■ only been within' comparatively : a .recent period that the duty of educating the people has been recognised; the' information possessed by the lathers or grandfathers of ttiej present generation of the labor ing classes in Great Britain and Ireland was very small, and it was therefore impossible that men could value that of which A*l—J- J-1- - t ^ uiey iiiemsejLves were altogether, or nearly altogether ignorant. Now, however, tliat this duty has heen acknowledged a better day has dawned upon the masses,...

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TARRAYILLB CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

TARRAYILLB CRICKET CLUB.' 1' j A meeting- was held at Burn's Royal j Hotel, Tarraville, on Wednesday 'the 10th I inst., for the purpose of establishing' a ' cricket club at TaiTaville, R. fB'. Gibson,.;! Esq., in the chair. - J ■ The chairman having; read the advertise ment'calling- the meetingj-at was proposed' and .carried unanimously that the following1: rules be adopted: | 1. Tliaft the club bo called The Tana- I ville Cricket Club. ■ | 2. That it be managed by a committee I of five members, three to be a quorum,1 and also by a Secretary and Treasurer, ex officio members of the committee,-to be elected (and eligible for re-election) at an annual meeting. 3. That an 'annual meeting1 be called with one week's notice -by advertisement in' the Qipps Land ■ Ouar.diani in the month of February, for electing the officers of the club, auditing the accounts, and general business. ' . ; 4. That the Secretary be the 'Executor or Agent of; the Committee,: with full powers to act and order a...

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LATER ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

LATER ENGLISH 1NTELLIGENCE. The clipper &\n\v lied: Jacket made a fine run from England ;in 68 days. She reached Port Phillip'Heads on the evening of the 29th, and brought, hews from home to the 22nd November.1 ! ; No event of very great importance had occurred either in Great Britain, on the continent of Europe, .oi'.. in America be. tween the despatch of.the/mail and the sailing 'of the Red Jacket} ^ Numerous failures were. still taking place at home, though it is said the mone tary panic was subsiding; > Gloomy accounts continue to reach England; from . A,merica . respecting Ihe commercial affairs of the New World; but there also it is reported that, things begin to wear a more cheering appearance. The Indian mutiny question absorbs a large share of attention at home, and har rowing details-of Sepoy atrocities continue to be published. The subject of reform is again attracting public attention. The Western Bank of Scotland is to be resuscitated. • In consequence of " w...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA; J Mr: Hodgson -announced ' to -'the niem'-i bei's of the Legislative Council - on'Tues- S day, that they had been elected members ] of the Committee -for raising- a- subscrip-1 tion to assist the;Indian Relief Fund, and trusted - they--, would ;renderreffectives aid.=! He also ; hoped the . Government; , would;1 'propose a .handsome, sum for -the same > laudable object. • - 1 ' t ( Mr. Mitchell said the .Government were - prepared to; propose a-handsome sum,to: supplement the'voluntary iContribution.' i :; iii Mr. Mitchell stated vthat a despatch had', been received, from, home, respecting- the establishment of a: "Vice-Admiralty Coui;t in the Colony. Mr. Hood ''brought 'in a; bill to amend and consolidate the law- relating to mar riage,' which' was read a^first time, 'ordered : to be.pririted, and read aisecond;time'that' day fortnight.' ' ., ' ' K' In thetLegislative Assembly;on -Tues day, 26tli January, Dr. Embling gave' no tice that- on ^Friday.he shou...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

LOCAL ; INTELLIGENCE. The Land Sale.—Plans of the land to be put up to auction on the 23rd, 24th, and 25th instant can be obtained at the office of this paper. Price one shilling-., The heavy rains of Wednesday and Thursday has again made the rivers very high,; some impassable. The fruit trees have suffered severely. Mr. Williams, whose garden is an ornament to the town ship, estimates his loss at about £20. ; The time for the arrival of the Mel bourne mail at Sale, is Friday at 6 p.m.,' but on Saturday last at 1 p.m. the mail man had not made his appearance; the mailman however arrived at half-past five p.m." The cause of the, delay being the flooded state of the country. At Traralgon creek the water is 10 feet over the bridge. The wishes of J. Johnson, Esq., M.L.A. as to the disposal of the silver cup he pre sented to the Stewards of the Green Wat tle races are as follows:—Por all horses I red in the district of Gipps Land. To be run for at the Green Wattle race course on Wednesda...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. (Before C.' J Tyers, Esq.) Monday, 1st February,. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. (Before C.' JV Tyers, Esq.) Monday, Jst February,, ; William Sampson, and Joseph Brooks, the former a tall determined-looking American, and tlie latter a sliglit-built Englishman, were brought up charged with piracy. Consfable White sworn, stated that from information contained in the Govern ment Gazette of the 21st of January, he arrested the prisoner on Boisdale Plain, on Saturday last, about six or seven o'clock in the evening. Their appearance tallied exactly with the descriptions given, and the prisoners admit that they formed' part of the crew of the ship Junior.—• Remanded to Melbourne. . . Thursday, 4th February. Fumivalv. Fisher—Defendant appeared on a summons for debt amounting' to £5 19s. 6d., for work done. Defendant showed that a set-off of cash paid .£1 3s., was not credited, and stated that some of the other items were overcharged.. At the suggestion of the Bench, the: disputed; items were divided and the case dismissed.; Green v. Orr—A summ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (POItT ALBERT.) February 5.—Omeo, schooner, 25 tons, J. Mackenzie, from Sealers Cove, wish timber. CLEARED OUT. February 11.—Omeo, schooner, 25 tons, ,J. Mackenzie, for Melbourne vid Sealei-s Cove, in ballast. IMPORTS. ■Nil. : V; • EXPOIITS. ' Nil. SAILED. Fob. -Macqunrie, for Hobart Town . . Feb. 7.—Dobsons, for Launceston. Feb.1 8.—Eclipse^' for Hobart'Town. ' Feb. 9.—H. S.Page,for.Hobart Town. Feb. 9.—Mariposa, for Hobart Town. Feb, 11.—Omeo, for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS. Steam to Melbourne. THE Port Albert Steam' Navigation Oo.'s fine new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J: B. Sydserff, Commander,' will [ have immediate despatch' after'arrival' for' above port. ■ > - • < ■' ' i Pares—Cabin £5—Steerage? £2 '5s.' Freight £2 per ton: 1 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. For Freight or'Passage applyto"; i WM> DOHBRTY, Manager,1 [ l^rl'03'' Phrt, 'A]hert;-23rd Oct;} 1857:"; Tarraville, Gripps Land. ; ;A FORTUNE. ' | rpo let .that splendid two-storied new brick,',house, built expressly for 'a first-rate'faimily hotel, situate in McKenzie-' street,': iir the centre' of 'that flourishing! •township of Tarraville, on the main -road fromjPort Albert,-apd at a/distance there irom of three miles. ..The "housecontains/ sixteen rooms, cellar, and stabling1. , ,Situ- > ation not excelled in Gipps Land i'or busi7...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

WEEKLY CALENDAR. $ a - ,2 -3 ' ' ' UJ -O ■' ,t».8 ■&S ■ (? S & 1 Snn. Sets. S> u. J £-. 5 lligb Water Port Alber : - -3' '■ , o S : ■ V.:^Vv Fobruary. Saturday 13 a.m. fi-82 p.m. IWiil 2!l ■ ... , a m. 11-12 Tarra i: Sunday ... 14 5-33 G-r.8 1 12'-0 Monday ... 15 G*f>7 '2 \ ■ 12'48 • Pprt ,* Tuesday III 5-U5 6*56 ■ ; v' 1-36 Alberton . ., .j \Sredne?ily 17 5-flG C-'fifl ,4 2-24 • Tnrra Thursday 18 5-37 (I'M r> a-i2: Alborton Friday- ... 19 0,S ti;53 7 ■ W' •i-.o l'ort. * liivine -SerWce,, linglish .Church, morning, nlturnoun, Port Albert; evening, Tarraville. - ... .AJberton

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