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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs, McKenzie and Co. report a steady .demand for provisions from both the Omeo ancl Nicholson diggings. Their quotations arc— - Fine flour, £18 to £20. Chilian, £17 to £18. Sugars, £48 to £60 Teas, £10 to £13. Oats, 7s (id ,• ■ , ■ ■ i Bran, 3s (id.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal hotel, &amp;nbsp; Tarravllle, February 6th, 1858. Present—Messrs. HedIey, Neilson, &amp;nbsp; Flinn, and Hobson. Proposed by Mr. Flinn, and seconded &amp;nbsp; by Mr. Neilson, that Dr. Hedley take the Chair. Carried. The Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Resolved that the question of repair ing Loughnan streetstand adjourned un til the contracts for the year are dis cussed. &amp;nbsp; Resolved the notice of motion stand ing in the name of Mr. Flinn, be ad journed until instructions are received from Government with reference to the main central line of road being placed under the Local Boards. Dr. Hedley gave notice that at the next meeting he will move that the road leading from the Tarra Rivulet Bridge to the Pound Road be cleared and drained. Mr. Hobson gave noticethat at thee next meeting he will move that the road leading from the Pound to thd main central line of road be cleared an drained.<...

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MOUNT TAYLOR DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 February 1858

MOUNT TAYLOR DIGGINGS. The following is an extract from a letter written by a gentleman in that locality:— &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; "Not being very busy of late, I took a ride out last Friday, and remained there a night. There are about sixty persons now resident on the creek, are most of them late arrivals. A sort of rush from &amp;nbsp; Omeo took place last week, but the &amp;nbsp; greater part of them are gone back again. As to the Mount Taylor Diggings, it is &amp;nbsp; almost premature to give a decided &amp;nbsp; opinion, there being only three or four claims as yet opened and in proper work- ing order. The miners say that they are only clearing their expenses, but are in great hope of doing better bye-and-bye. " There are about four miles of the creek now occupied, each party taking up about a quarter-of-a-mile, on pretence that they require to make sure long tail- races to carry off the water, there being so little fall in the creek. The ground is so ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS. Caution to Bathers. A NY one (not being a subscriber to tho bathing- establishment at PortAlbort,) found making use of the bath,; without my authority will: be prosecuted for tresspass. 195 ROBERT ADAMS, Lessee. - National Schools - Alberton. mPIE Local Patrons, beg to in form .the inhabitants of Alberton and the sur rounding neighbourhood that the National Schools, Alberton, will open for .the recep tion of pupils, on Monday next, the 22nd of February, 18D8. For further particu lars apply to the teacher, at the School. 196 Notice. HE party who lias .possession of my watch and chain is requested to de liver tlie sama to Mr. Burn,vltoyaV Hotel,! Tarraville, when they will be. rewarded' i'or their trouble. . .■ ■&amp;lt; 198 JOHN' IAMB. ANTED a good coolt, apply to li. B U UN', Royal llotol, Tarrimllo. ADVERTISEMENTS. Anniversary of the Dis covery of Gipps Land. GENTLEMEN interesting themselves in the annual celebration of the above event, are requested to meet at ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

A'lELBOLJitJNK. . A vijvdice oHwiliul.murder rhns been returned' a'gainst tliW liusbavvd of Mrs. Molloy. This woman, was lately-found murdered: near the"' "Sandy Creole Road. ' - ' :• The 'Beudigo Advertiser,~says that a suiuirpiece" of mineral substance, said to have be'eihobtained from a seam It! inches thick",'in thiit district, was lately submitted1 to : Dr. -Macadam, who be lieves if. is coal; but/intends' to make further inquiries; and • inveSiUgwte tlie matter more fully. • 1 ' ' ' • The Ararat ■correspQiident' of ! the Melbourne'Evenmij >kfail'.states--that-: the Europeans'have " j umped" from 60 to:70 claims belonging to the Chinese, on the Black Lead, on the ground that the Chinese..hndf. not. taken out their new tickets.^ The claims are -estimated to be worth from.' £1000 " to /k; 1500 "each. _ , 1 _ }\ ^ )The brig L'ti^i/'/faHfeyrwUs^vHjclv'ecl at the 'Banvon Heads onv WednestUiy nightand one outlier crew washed'over hoard. A destructive fire broke, out on about three...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

PARLfAMlSNT OF VICTORIA. In j reply to 'a question &amp;lt; by »Miv Hood, Mv. j Mitchell stated fithat all unexpended balances, lapsed;1 at ,tbe> end of' the year, unless tenders ,were 'actually accepted for tbe work'lor which, the money had been voted.: ' , , ■ Mr.-IWkneiMnoved that; an address be presented to_ His -. Excellency praying1, the Executive Government to take such steps as may be found necessary to enable them to grant to the: miners of Ararat .and 'miners in general an allotment of land, and further to -facilitate the- purchase, of land by.'men of limited capital. .-The hon. member urged the propriety of acceding, to his motion on'the ground that vegeta ble diet was necessary to health, and ,a. piece of land,.for"which the miner should I pay rent; would1'give him an finterest in the country and induce economy,' that he might-be able to purchase ; besides which, 2s od or' 5s per acre paid to the munici palities, would save the annual grants, to ■those institution...

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GIPPS LAND CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

V , 'GIPPS-. LAIN7 D :oRi(;SliT \CLUB. A meeting; of ;l,hib cl.: b \vn . held on ?Monday,?:tbe::i?|th-; inst .,':ab; i Ik- Ship Inn, Port Albert-ptlio Presidciifc .VV. Howden; Esq., in the chair.1 - * . i The following-gentlemen were ballotted ^for .and imanimously elected members :r-^ .Messrs.,,^A'., Hallet, E., Martin, ,W.' H. Parr,'and'J.' Adams." ' , t j i - The -.following resolutions were carried *: 1st* "That Tuesdays and Fridays be' regular'play. days.^: Members ,&amp;lt;:-toe meet at half-past two o'clock."' ' 1 ■ Sndj'r TJmtiaichallengecbe/'given to tlie' -Tarrnville,cricket.club to. play a match tlie second Saturday in March." . : 3rd ."That tho Secretary be requested to procure from' Mel bourne -six 'cricket balls and n"cricket-net." ' ' ] . . • 4th " That the Secretary be requested, to pay Mr. Lang 1 his account- against the /club and .to remove-the:"cricket material to the Port.- v ■:&amp;lt;: '■ ■' •Divine 'Services.—We have been requested "to !make known to o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

{ weekly calendar. Vcliruary^ •Hntimlny |'20 1.121 S anility Monday ...[22 Tuesday Wcdiiefdy Tlmrsduy Kriilnv .. p.m C-1'J| 7. •40 fi"l«j'8 5-U ti-47! fl i-Vi 0-4»l C-40 11 5"l-\ f-tS (!-4H 1*1 Qu 10'3K Port Allicrton 'i'arra. I 848 lAllicrtnii 3'30 Tori. •Divine Service, EngVmh Church, morning,.'iWravlHo ■ • vt'.trnooH, Yiivram Ynrrnni. • '

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. Thursday, 11th February, 1858. (Before E. Slade Esq., J.P.and C. J. Tyers Esq., R.M. Wood v Hickson. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. , „ , ' ■•Thursday, February, 1858. : i (■Before E. Slatle Esq., J,.P.and C. J. ■ Tvers Esq,, R'.jM. Wood v 1-liclcs'on. Struck out; neither/party --appcari

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

, ■ 'NOTICE.—Omeo Gold Field. —Messrs. 'Henneit and JDavies, have been_ appo'mied Agents for this paper.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SALE LITERARY ASSOCIATION. AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - i SAXE LITERARYASSOC!A - TION. ■ •AMATJ3UK :PEItFOIlMAXCB.:r '' The third in (lie series of the above performances .took place on the 8ih and 9tli jinst;., in; the, large rooimofi. the Royal d£xchanged-Iotely and&amp;lt;! was n/ost success fully -conduct^], ^alUiongh - the . audience was somcwhatv.lunited,>owing*-. probably,'. to. the dulness of the nights, which- was i unfavorable, -.for ■; the attendance of- . any large "'proportion of the fair "sex,: and the .want."-of a' separate building- devote,d to the purposes of the Association. - . The firstplay prod need was.^ ; Mr..-W. i L. 'Rede-s' 'f-.AfFiiir^6f&amp;lt;";Hon6r,''''Tau 'amu'-ing comedy founded upon the aristocratic pro pensity v.forA dut.'lling-,,jwhich?r,nntil ^lately existed to so great an" oxlentUamong.'our military officers, a /flie i plot, is -simple,— one Madame Tou'r.ville (well personated i:by . -J/- I'D^^LeosonJi^ias^^.s.uccocded: either.iby, her. bea'uty'ioiv iwealth. inr capti...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 19th February, 1858. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

c&amp;ipps 3Lanfc &amp;lt;@iiflrtfian, Friday, 19th February, 1858. PAYMENT OF. MEMBERS.;. The motion, submitted to the Legislative Assembly, by Dr. iOvvens that1 members should re ceive remuneration Hvas.negatived by a majority of ten,- the num bers having • been '19 in favor of the motion and 29 against it.; On the first proposal 'of a" change." so, very important Dr. Owens - obtained a respectable minority,j and the subject ,was •treated with that erave'delibera , . s &amp;lt; ' : , ^ , s !1 i,Y , ; r ' ' &amp;lt; tion which is .seldom accorded to a proposition so novel sto British subjects ,.when mooted for • the first time. ' ■'/. Theprinciple'of paying mem bers of i Parliament ,is, a, right ■principle,: and one that obtained notice,ih Great Britain till a. com paratively recent;period. ; Mem-: ters of'.the Legislature- are. now paid in New "Zealand, Canada, ■Nova Scotiaj 'the -United States, and some other countries, and they-should'bojpaid in Victoria. II is w...

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Williams v Bradly. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

■Williamk v.Bradley. Wi..> ■■&amp;lt;■ Summons on un satisfied judgment. The Bench ordered the immediate pay ment ofilhe claim or a distress warrant to be bsued ilha'next day.'

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CROPS AND PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

.CROPS AND PRICES. , ' | The following' remarks respecting I present and prospective'prices ol grain I*and flour, and also relative to tiie crops, especially:those ofSonth Australia, are taken from.'the.&amp;lt; weeklysagribultural re-" tport of the 'Argus of'Friday-las't; - The observations,relative to the.dres sing. ofjflour.are well worthy the/atten tion of miners.1 With the same iniaris and appliances'that .millers ; in other countries possess, there can be no &amp;lt; valid reason w'hv". our own'mills^shoulj not' " • - ' 1 ' ' •1 { { turn 'out flour fully, equal in alKfrespects: to any that can, be importedi=)'and^itaisi to' be1 'hoped that' millers will: direct? their attention ' t'o 'this important' subject:— , ^ j : During' the past-week there lias been! little alteration in.the prices of,different; articles = of -agricultural produce if > we; except-nats, which have again declined' in value:' Flour has been in steady re-' quest' for immediate 'consumption, and th...

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Gerrand v Bradley. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

i Gern.ind v Jiraclley. Plaintiff did not appear, ■ verdict;for defendant.'' &amp;lt; * '

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LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

LA.TER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. News' from England to the 28th' No vember ilias b'eon received by the!Nobfolh, -which- ship- inndo>the-run - From 'Plymouth i to Melbourne in OS daj's. 1 1 •Commercial 'matter's /'were'gradually settling -down"again to tlieir customary composure} and 'confidence was ' again springing . up,.- though . there ] still -were failures/of,'large',mercantile-houses j-.-iand 'among' other 'failures'' are■ those,' ofthe Northumberland. and Durham 1 Banking Companies. | The financial j crisis liad extended to Russia, where gold had suddenly become very scarce. 1' ' " 11 ,1 ' ' .ii > ' • - •■ - ! ' Her ••Majesty had signified her intention •o'f opening. Parliament s in /person .' on Jthe 3rd of December.\ . /li( t • preat' distress - jirevailed jirif: the. manu-. fucturin'g districts., ' j j , . I Much satisfaction- was r. evinced ' onuthe announcement that the' GoVernment .of India-will henceforth b'e'veste'd exclusively! in the Crown-and :Pa!rliamentl;and India...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

sTr'ygvg Cf-y-,firrrr.gr?y'^v^,a-*y^'Tr* _ _ SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE a ntl iv jsi3 yl?ort . al1jer.t. ■ February 13.-—Stonn Bird, steamer, 75 ions, J B. Syrfserff, from Afelbourne | passengers—cabin; ,\Vail and"Mr, Olebnr. .Steerage,'10. _ " N 1 J CLEARED OUT.' : Febn^'iry yiy.—Storjii'^Birflj-' steamer, ••••:-75.(ons,?-J^'B.;-.8ydscpff;';from'('MoIbo«jriie. ..IMPORTS,' • - .February 12.r—Stonn Bird, from: JV1 el bminin; &amp;lt;]r>caski vine^aiv?22'iibagsftsugaiv'i ; 21 pli'gs.'tea, 30 I'oxes soap,'4 do.: da., 3 . Iflid. brandy, 4 blid. rum, 16 Jibds. beer, 3 bris. beer, cases .c.yder,- 4 > qr.:casks syrup, 12 iasos do., G cases butler, 12 ling* oats 13 lug* { /4| ^ EXPORTS. Nil. SAILED. 7 > ' ' 1 Feb. 17.—Storm Jjirdy for';Melbouriio.' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 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. Fares—Cabin £5—-Steerage £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton. All goods' immbdiately 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 apply to . . WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 141-03 Port, Albert, 23rd Oct., 1857. Public Land Sales, Gipps Land District. Public Lands' Offices, Gth February, 1858.: 10.—Land sale at Tari-aville, Gipps Land,, on Tuesday, 23rd February, 1858, 'ati tlie' Police 'Office, commencing at 11. a.m. TOWN LOTS'. Palmerston: 40 lots varying- from 32 (perches to 2 roods, situate i it;Port'Albert, and adjoining' the private township.-'of'.' Port .Albert, known as the.Shipping-Point.. TTr.cjo4- rM.ipo .(.'8, nftl' nO.l'fi.' i■&amp;lt; . ■ . - ......... 11.—Land sale at Tar...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

'MELBOURNE MARKETS. ■■■:■ Tliei'o was little change worthy of note in the general state of the -Melbourne markets during' the past week. The sales ■ effected of imported floods wore in small parcels.for immediate consumption, and produced no sensible effect either on the immense stocks or on prices. ' The holders of flour assumed n firmer tone (luring the week, and some small parcels of fine Adelaide- brands were sold at iJl.fi per ton; bur. f'oi* the ordinary country brands ;£14 to £14 10s. were the ■ ruling; prices. At the Melbourne mills • the prices were quoted at £15 for fine, and £l;.l to £i-i for seconds; Chilian, £14, nml HcixnU, £19. ; Wheat, (j.? to,6s. 6d. per bushel; bran, 2s.' to 2s. 4d. larg'e arrivals.of oats have caused a re duction in price. California!),'os. lOd. to 6s.; Scotch arid Irish, os. to 5s. (id.; Danish, 4s. 1 Id. Maize, Us. (3d. to Us. per bushel..; - The inclemency of the woatlie'-'- caused a shcrtsupply'of Iiayvibi;. the best, of which £0 '10s.'to £7, ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIpENCE.' ■POllT ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs. McKcn%'o..and. Co. report, no change "in prices, their quotatioes being tlio same us last week. .'Messrs. Scliillor and Thiehraport their prices as follows :— Best oaten iiay £10 per ton. Wheal, 7s 6(1 per luiihol. Outs, 7s (Jd do. ' ;. liiirioy, 8s do. I Potatoes -and (lour at last quotations. ; -

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