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ALBETITON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 February 1858

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Minutes of Meeting held at the     Royal Hotel, Tarraville, February   15th, 1858.         Present.—Dr.. Hedley, Messrs.   Neilson, Hobson, Flinn, McKenzie, and Gellion.         Proposed by Mr. Neilson, seconded by Mr. McKenzie, that Dr. Hedley   take the Chair. Carried. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed.         The notice of motion standing in the name of Dr. Hedley was taken into consideration.             Resolved that the road leading from the bridge across the Tarra Rivulet to the Pound Road be cleared. Tenders to be opened on the 27th instant.   Mr. H. Sherwood complained to the   Board that the road leading to his pre...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS. Caution. r . ' n rpi-IE public are hereby .cautioned not to interfere with a boat anchored irutlie Tarra Iiiveiy opposite'the Tanaville Police office. ■ • ■ ' ' ■' ' : 1 203 . , , ',.^h RANTED a situation either.jasjhpuse * * maid or general servant in a small family, r Applyto^Mr.j'UjISTOiN, .-Posti-" office^Tarraville.n«< t'' • 1"/1: 201*2 Illustrated and Annotated Edition of Barnes' Notes; rni-IE NEW TESTAMENT, willi tliirty !:■ - ' eig'lit steel ■ plates; twenty-two maps and,.plans, i find. twentyreightiengraVing's on wood ,-rin all seventy. * separate >plates, j In six volumes complete. .rvsov, •! > •, > . !.,Of tliis,- edition ':(.Blackies'>)'Mr3 Barnes jtlius expresses hisiopinion:— t[ " J feeligreatlyroblig-fid-' tJ - you -for ,] the m anner, ttin .w.liiohif»you lia ve * -got' u p | my. " NOTES ON TJII2 NEW TESTAMENT; and, " I hope you_will .receive an ample com •' pensntioiv for the expense you hav;e|in-. $ curred ;in\ doing- it; kyT-i...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

1' PARLIAMENT OF .VICTORIA. Some, petitions against the • rcpresbnta tion of minorities claiiseriiii the! Elections Regulation rBill were presented to -tlie Legislative Assembly on rhursday,' as .wellas onprevious (lavs.f • ■ ;> ;r ; ' In reply to Mr. Piiclan ,Mr. aMonre said tlia' tlie plans and sections of proposed < piib'ii:' works'were1 being got; ready as fast •as possible and ' tenders would, be imme idiately called for, i,pt. only 'to give.; urn-? ployment, but, -to'have the works executed in tl»e proper season. - , > Mr.! Fellows-s stated, in reply - to .-Mr." .1-]utiles, .that the County summouses and' registry. books - were then ready, and; would -be-immediately- sent off to tiie dif ferent conns. Captain Perry gave notice that <ui Wednesday lie would move that the honse - resolve itself into committee >of> the whole to consider the propriety of agreeing to a .resolution, regulating the sale; and- ouo'upa tio n of the waste lands of the Co...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

; MELBOURNE. 'M: > i-r t! > Mi. ;• • : Elector.aiv: Districts.—Tlie ; a-' mended Schedule of' the ' Electoral Dis li;ictsilias 'beeni publislied;- >;-The Colo ny* is '/divided into thirty Districts; and', each district'ds^to' have,lthree members. • | Aii^number of' alterations * Iinve ' been-, i ma;letj" in" wtliej"' arrau'geiwntsi V'Tliei ^Eastern'District' ivi'cludes Evelyn,'Mor-, uington, GippslLand aiid Alberton. ' n; ,.Mathew, Taylor,, a,greyheaded olil m'ani ?was .tried at' tlie .Melbourne ;iCii ■minal Sessions on Saturday, /20th, inst. oii tJie^harg^e./of, assultingv Ann Slater", wife of i, J oh a Slater,1 .^storekeeper,"' a t lOtneo,, with intent-: to.,commit am-'ape.1 The>prisoner<was found guilty, and sen tenced to ^i^hteenSmon ths'. hard-labor on-the roads. vi '■ • !r. > i ' ' • , TJ,ie h,rig' John,Scott,,from, Adelaide, for ;i\lelbourrie,' witlv J grain- and,.flour, was wrecked 'about' fil'leenlmiles, Iroih Wurrnambool, during a thick fog- on Su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

NO TIQJE—Omeo Gold Field. • \^Messr8ifB'e^^ilr'c^iU''Dcme8i have^been>t appointed A gents t for-thispaper. - ■

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 26th February,1858. THE MEMBER FOR GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

(©tp'ps JLaniS <0.unrtJtan, Friday, 26th February,1858. THE:MEMBER FOR GIPPS ' ' LAND. v The energy . aiid perseverance i displayed by Mr. Johnson,- since lie entered ,,the,.Legislative: As sembly, ' are:,;deserving' of coal men clation. - Not"" that"" it' is intended -to institute any mvi dioiis t comparison' between sthat. honl1 member andj the member, lor Albert on. •• But Mr. Johnson's activity,'in reference, to. tlic votes of money for' Gipps■ Land, and the anxiety he has,manifested to j shave the money properly ex ! pendecL in the proper;time,, must Kave attractedhthe attention,; not 'i, only of his immediate constitu ency,'but alsolof -tlie inhabitants generally. •-- While the dwellers in,< Sale - must be particularly gratified by-lii^ exertions to pro cure for them the means of obtaining,.a,.constant ;and > plenti ful supply . of p ure water, -from j the. River Thomson. ' This'"'will I be a great boon to our friends in I .. . . D ' ... , •• ^ f f • y...

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LATER NEWS FROM ENG LAND, INDIA AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

LATER1 'NEWS FROM 'ENG LAND, INDIA AND, CHINA..^ r The'lmperial Parliamentwas openedton Thursday).December .3rd, by Her ..Ma jesty in person. Several "circumstances contri-i buted1 to invest the ceremonial'.-.with., unu-i sual-interes't^a'nd 'significance. r ' ' ' : -itntv .The ceremony: -was performed amid' muchppomp,and splendor.- p'Tlrerelay being' beaut.ifully'fine for the season, vast con-' (cqurse pollected ;in' PaHinmentrStreet jand ai,dun'd*therprinciphl entrances of the New' Palace. The interior of v the ..House "of Lbrds>pi;esented ,a'rspectable'of''surpassirig,l brilliancy. . It- .was ;Resplendent with1 sparkling'-diamohds and the g'ayest colors. The upper benches, usually occupied by rpeers,' were ^assigned 'on' this occasion to ^ladies of.vranki and . aristocratic'' connection the;lo\v:er. tiers of 'seats toeing reserved .for! such, members ofithe Upper iloiise'as chose1 ,to,attend.The: thin line of senators :who mustered some 50ior.-60 in numbpr, all 'at-' .tired in...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

shipping intelligence. arrived (pout \ albert. February 20.—Dobsons,' schooner, 112 tons, J. Tobin iVorri Lauriceston. - ■„ Febmaiyt 20.—Mary Ann, schooner,^ \11G tons, j^Giaves, from Iobart ~To\\ n. ^ 5 ' 5H ' 'i, i ,[ February ,/25.—Macquarie,-,, scliooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, 1'rom Ilobart ' Town, in ballast. February 2o.—H. S.,Pag'e^ bai que,'_22_G " tonspiTSpi irig-, "fi om'HobaiT Town. *• • February 20.—Glencoe, "barque, 100 " tons, Capt. White, from .ilobart Town."-' - February.'24.—Storm Bird, steamer, ■ 75'tons,'J.'B.^Sydse'iff, from Melbourne; :passenp'ers—cabin; M r. and. jVJi;svDtf vey, Mrs. DeBeaker, Messrs.i(A/ J.', 1 Perry, .,.'McChuy/ <■ Mqria<rban,°'•KelsallJ' Webb, and Raymond.^; Steerage, 16. ' cleared, out. February 22.—Dobsons;;'schooner, 112 tons, J. Tobin, for Launceston. ■ f ' ( 1 V 11 r i / I '1 i .February 22.—Mary Ann, schooner, . - fllG tonsl-J'.1 Graves;^for Ilbliart.'Towh." ' • ■ ,!, • i-j c: • '7 ' . imports. ■; ' , . M.I. ■! -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

' ADVERTISEMENTS. !Steam,to Melbourne., rsi]1.13.'Port, Albert, Steam,■.;Navi«»-ation Co '<« line new vtc.nnf] STORM JlTli.II>, J. 1.5.' Sviiserff, r.Oommiindmy. willv ••sail from" tliii'.Company's .Wharf for :• above port'tlns'day 'Friday, February.SGthpat1lln o'clock) a.'m.' , 1, * Fa it 12 s—Cabin £o—Steerage £2 ps. •' i .Freight £2 per1 ton. i ' ' , ' i! A11'goods; immediately, on:being- landed, aie at consignees iu>k. ' , i : ,Gnlrl,. f()i;:sliij)7nent,'jnnsti be> onterpcl'at. the Customs before 10 !o'clocks.m.' on day of sailing-. . .t • • ' ' ' \ " , ,, For; Freig-lit-or Passage apply to , " -W^r: pOTTlibVl'S^,Manager, "141-03 ' ' Pni:ti Albert, StJrcl. Uctly 1857.' * f ' 1 J t I ' •A N extraordi nary Genei-nl, Meet.iiig^ of ■ r* V tlje.'Sjiiir'ehoiili;rs;of ..-the PortA1 l/ert' Steam Navi<r:itioii: Co.: will bo lifihl at lJurt ■/Albert' on, 'Hiiii'sdiiv, !;thp -lltli: day of 'March next,,at 12i: o'clock (noon) for the' ■ purpose •spBcifietl-in1...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

weekly^calendar. r , t 5 ) .<= 1 rt . 1 <«>. ■ i ,o n ' - 05 |3 , i? 6 ~ £<3 « , iJ. ■" & Q .CO: •C ;|J3 ' | Moon's Age W'i ;<"|5 h ,f>| Memoranda February. Saturday Sunday; ... . March. Monday ... '2tS 1 a.ml 54C 5;*17 5-18 p'.in-t G-38 14 fi-37 15 5fi'37.1U FullM. 7- -15 iLTIl. . 'a W 11*12 12' 0 12;48 'fiu'ra Port Vi Tuesday r o 5-49 6;35 17 ... UjSG' Albcrton r,r-' Wedncsdy ' » '5*50 G'34>18 '2-24 ^ Tnrra < t'V > Thursday'' "4 B'3319 ,<{ If I )"'■: • 3*12 f ! • Alberton 1 • Friday & fi*5 2 6-312° 4-0, ; Vort * .-Divine Service, English Church, morniug, -Alborton,; afternoon,; i^>rt. Albert;; evening, TuVravillc.. . •

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

COMMEE01AL INTELLIGENCE. AI ELBOUFiNB MARKETS. - During' the latter part of last week tkerc.-wns a- p;oocl business transacted-in some . descriptions; .of imported goods, owing-to some information of /favorable nature to,iinporters>tbatdiad'readied Mel bourne.; , Considerable > speculative busi ness prevailed- in flour also; and an ad vance on previous rates was established. . The quotations for. fine flour at the' Melbourne mills is. now £10;' For very superior i town ^brands of - Adelaide, £17 per ton iwus paid ; other town brands ruled from £10 to <£16'10s.;'}ind country brands Vvora £15 10s to £10. ■ It is reported tliat a decided advance has been established in Adelaide, and that orders ha've been <*-i veil extending over the next three" months at the advanced rate;- ? Oats have also boeonie very firm, if they havenot actually goneup a little.-Scotch, os '3d 'per! bushel; 'Inshj^s 3cL:;to Gs; what colonial has appeared lias bepn sold at 6s Oil to 7s ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

DEATH           Died suddenly on the 22nd February     at Myrtle Downs, near Sale, aged 41 years, Julia Sophia, the wife of H.B. C. Marley, Esq.                

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, February 20th. 1858. Present—The Chairman, Dr. Hed-   ley, Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Flinn.   Minutes of last Meeting read and     confirmed.     The.Secretary reported he had com   blied with the instructions given in the minutes of last meeting. Resolved that Carruthers and Co.,       be paid 75 per cent upon the work completed on their contract No. 11. Resolved that Mr. Wilkinson be paid the amount due on contract No. 7, sub ject to receiving certificate of its completion from the Secretary and Dr.                                       &...

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OBSERVATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER recorded at Port Albert, January, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

            OBSERVATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER recorded at Port Albert, January, 1858. Highest daily temperature, 104. Lowest 44.               Mean highest, 72. Mean lowest, 56.     Highest daily range, 39. Lowest, 3. Mean daily range, 11. COUNTY COURT. - The next Sittings of the Alberton County Court will be holden at the Court House at Alberton on the 18th March, 1858, at ten o'clock   a.m. Plaints must be filed on or before the 27th. February inst.           GENERAL SESSIONS. - The next   Court of General Sessions of the Peace for the District of Gipps Land will be holden at Alberton, on Monday, 15th March instant at ten o'clock a.m.   LIVINGSTON CREEK. - The nomi- nation of a member for ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LAND SALE AT TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LAND SALE AT TARRAVILLE.       The following is the result of the sale of                             land on Tuesday and Wednesday last, at   the Court House, Tarraville. We with-   hold yesterday's proceedings until next     week.       Tuesday, 23rd-February, 1858.   TOWN LOTS.         Palmerston. At Port Albert.                       liot :1\ "I wo- roods,ballot!'.!/' of7: seCi 6 ' J-M. McKenzie, :£75.' . ... Lot 2. Two roods, allot. 3 of. sec. i5.&...

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BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 February 1858

BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.         * * *           The Registrar-Generals, fourth                           report has been published. It embraces the year, ending 30th June, 1857, and includes the   births, deaths, and marriages in the colony during that period, which were as follows :— Births . . 15,937     Deaths, .. 6,521     Marriages .. 4,375       The excess of births registered over deaths in the year is no less than 9,416., Of the births, 8,095   were males, and 7,844 females, There were three cases of triplets, six of the nine childreh thus born   &nbsp...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

MELBOURNE. , . Sabbath; Observance.—We com mend the following extract from the Adelaide Times of the 30th ult, to the attention , of four lawgivers and magis trates -\rrr" 'The;^wholesale;• desecration of the Sabbath, which unfortunately prevails iin Victoria; is 'attracting a great deal: of attention -in that colony. It'is admitted'on all1 hands that the evil ex ists to'a-fearful extent; that it is a dis grace to the, colony, and that the means which have' hitherto 'been resorted to for'its. suppression have proved utterly ineffectual.;-: -;There is clearly something radically'wrong in tlie system hitherto pursued for the suppression . of intem perance, for it is to that destructive vice that the inajor.portion of the desecra tion to .which .we ha,ve allluded may be attributed. The records of the Police Court :S'howJ that''a far greater number of persons ; are > incarcerated in the watch-house forj drunkenness on the Sabbath than on any day in the week, notwithstanding the rigid...

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GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AT OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

| . GOVERNMENT UCJ tXBlNGS AT ; 0MJ30V{ ; Mr. Davis, < in the! absence ■ 01 -Mr. Johnson, 'who had 'given ; notice 1 of the question, asked the lion, the ^President of tile' Board of Land , and .-Works,, why fclie erection . of the ' Government building's.at Omeo had not been proceeded with ? i : : Mr. Moore replied that the , contract originally entered into for those buildings at tlie Omeo had not been confirmed by the necessary bonds and securities,1 and therefore it had .fallen through. This had necessitated the -, re-advertising of the works. He expectedy however, .^there would be. no serious delay, /but, that the works would be.completed in about.six or seven' wef'ks hence. .. . r . i* . .. The second reading1 of the . Publicans' Law Amendment: Bill was ..postponed to Thursday. ' < The Assessment-on .Stock Bill was read a.third time and passed.: - ! ..The House resolv.ed .itself into Com mittee to consider the Assembly-Mem bers Increase .Bill, when Mr. Ii...

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OMEO WEEKLY, SUMMARY. Livingstone Creek, February 22nd, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

"OMBO WEEKLY,SUM MARY.4 j1 (by IAIfBI.) K.' 1 . *" 1 ~ Livingstono Creelc, j '■ Pebruary 22nd, 1858:' •JL am !happy:to'state'-th'at mining- opera-. tions:- have' 'again. 'resumed ^their c wonted' activity after the late heavy floods and repented :thunder s"torms:,,vuThe race parties :andjsome!Iof\tlie Abed!:'claims (.'are lyieMihg-; fair (returns.'.: i!I!heTaccountS: jfroin the new* rush towards the headsof' the Livingstone Greek are of the most lencouraa'ino- nature,: ' , f < ; > ' i ° ° i - •the popii]ation>thetre;.is rapidly, increasing-' all the claims ate-present«.bring.iW'ork(3'd averaging' .first-rate^ .wages,with - every prospect.of a steady incrense., Owing-'to'the lata' lieavy'floods Swift's !',CreekMwas' .almost :<entirely "deserted ■ in' consequence ;of, the.want of water, hut is again ; being worked-^37 I "hope,' a :more energetic communityjthan.'those who' were mining-- on'that>*Oeek lasf'year. It is a great; pity1 to"see.:-the: manner (w...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. - i A bill to create4'five terras; in the Su preme Court of Victoria, instead .of; four, •which-is the present number, was read ' a second time.in the Legislative Council on Tuesday, after which the clauses were considered in - Committee, and the adop tion of the report of the Committee made an order for the following- 'day.— < ■ ■ The seconds reading of the. Appropria-; tion Bill was postponed till, the following' day. Some. clauses of- the Marriage Bill were adopted/and:prog'ress- was • reported,, alter which the Assessment on Stock Bill, received from .the. Assembly, was read a first time.

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