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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. Thursday, February 25th, 1858. (Before J. W. Jones, Esq., J.P. and W. Montgomery, Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

' ■' POLICE ' INTELLIGENCE. ',' ;''' < ,' > sXIjE. : Thursday, February'25th, 185S. (Betore Jv W. Jones,;Esq., ,J.P^, arid "W. Montgomeryj Esq.j J^P.); :JPhiJrp Qrr was fined ;teii! shillings foiv drunkenness. < f: 1 ' ,. r > , , , , Garland v.■.■Christian;' "This case was remanded - from Vthe two 'previous Thurs days, as it was-impossible to procure the attendance 'of two -magistrates, -the" same result was- expected to-day, hut for the timely arrival of W'.j 'Montgomery; Esq. about 11 o'clock. The case (a.vefy.insignificant one) occu pied the attcrition'bf the' court hi I 'the daj', the:defondant being charged with having forcibly entered a house in the occupation of,the plaintiff ,(a female) on. the night of. the. amateur; pe'rforaance, (.'February-9th.: i Several gentlemen . proved that, Mr. Christian was not' out of their company the whole evening/ and the case .was dis missed. ' ' , ' \ i K* ,•1 ♦ {*» '

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

NOTICE—Omeo Gold FieW —Messrs. .Bennett mid Dctvies, have been appointed Agents for this paper.

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COUNTRY LOTS. WOODSIDE. Immediately adjoining the northern boundary of the village reserve of Woodside, about thirteen miles from Tarraville on the main line of road from that place to Sale and the upper district of Gipps Land. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

i COUNTRY LOTS.' WOODSIDR. • Immediately .adjoining the northern boicn- > dary of the village reserve of W.ofldside, t about thirteen milea from' Tarraville] < "on'1 tlid 'main 'link of' road' .frovflthat f place to Sale: and tlie upper district of 1 Gipp? Land. ' 1 *' i '. Lots 1/ to 15, varyjngv.from- 15 acres to 259 acres, met with no offer.,-, , . ' The'value of tlie'land sold !o'n each day, . / of the, sale is; as follows —V' t S-. * ' ( 1 ; Feh.'23rd,—40' Town^Lots^'"' ' ' Palmerston *. :*1 .. 1 £(1940 ''0 0 . ,Peb.f 24th.—4G Suburban > t -J,' i • , < Lots, parish of -Alberton «17J33 ii 8 3 Feb. 19th.—19 Do. do.' .'i. 728 18 1 -1 - jJ-L-x J; ? ' ' i • - £4432 ■ '6 4 < I 5 ' . *

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

ADYEUTISEMEN TS. Great Hessian State Loan of ;6,725,000. Dollars.; rpi-IIS LOAN, is .guaranteed , by.; .the Government, and contracted by.the eminent Banking- House of Messrs., Roth schild, ;an,: Frankfort.;. ^Mie.„-;follo\ving; capital prizes must; be gained, viz , 14 of 40,000 dollars.,;., 60 of 4,000 dollars.. 22 ,,.30,000 „ 60 „ 2,000 ■■ „ •24 „ 32,000 „ 120 „ 1,500 GO „ .8,000 . „ , 180 „ ,1,000 < * „. The smallest Prize,:is. Go. dollars, ■ or £7 LOs. " "The :next'_ drawing1 will ; take place on the 1st June, 1858., 'The price of shares is as follows:—— ' " ; . . ! a-Share- ..' £ 1 '30 .Share's. £20' G Sharps .. ; 5 65 Shares c 40 13 'Shares /. • .10 135- Shares ■ 80 ■ : ' .Shares will be forwarded'on {receipt *of ■ Bills ai'!<Drafts • onrEurope.-^Prospectus gratis. ( j. / After - the ^ drawing . each r shareholder will receive; a list, of.the winning- numbers'. The .prizes- will be paid ;at ,:Erankfort,. 'and remitted directly >■ through; an -. Austral...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 5th March, 1858. RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

Friday, bth. March, 1858. RESIGNATION 01? MINIS TERS. The Ministry . resigned, . last week. T1 ley were blamed for resigning ancl plunging the eoun U\y into confusion before5 carry-' vig their lieform measures. Especially have they been blamed for resigning on the vote conic to oy the Legislative Assembly, as >ir. Haines stated, -when propo sing the first schedule, that the house was at liberty to alter it as it chose; and then, because GaptaimGlarke succeeded in sub stituting. another schedule, the cabinet,resolyed to stop short, sand tendered' their resignation. "It has; also been freely asser ted that the resignation was not sincere,' and that a reconstruction ^df-"the "Cabinet-was all that was desired. >. | : - Whether, however, the resig 1 hationjwercf honest or insincere, ' the fact is patent • that the i Hame^;fMmistrj[; has ,• resigned; and, as far as ;was known, their successors had not been appoin- 1 ted» when ;the ^'steamer' left' :Mel bojurne .on Tuesday morning ; ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LAND SALE AT TARRAVILLE. Thursday, 25th February, 1858. SUBURBAN LOTS. ALBERTON. Port, Albert, on the main roads between the Port and the township of Alberton and Tarraville. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

. LOCAL .INTELLIGENCE. LAND, SALE, AT TARRAVILLE. ".T,. * - ' .*> ~~ ' -■■■..■Thursday, 25thFebruary, 1858. SUBURBAN'LOTS.-5' ■ ;AlBKJITON. .. . jpovt,[Albert,*, on the main roads between i/te Port and the township of • • Alberton and Tarraville. Lot 1. : Eight acres one rood twenty . three-' aerobes/allotment *B of portion 106. "Vy-illiani iWood, at 5/ per acre.. 1 Lot;-2.f 14a., allotment C of portion 100. .Thomas, langy.at 21 los.,per acre.!, < Lot 3. 2a. 2r. 132p!J 'allotment A of portion .110..'Joseph .Day)) at 10/ per acre. ;Lot 4~. 8a." Or..,lop'.,allotment, B of portion 110: '• John Collin's; at 5Z-8s. per acre. Lot 5.: 8a; s Or;:^3op.',J .allotment A of portion 111;-,< William Wood, at 5^12s. per'acre. ' - 1 _ • i ■ ; Lot '6. 10a. Sr. 9p".,t allotment, B of portion 1.11. James Miiriro McKenzie, at 5/ 12s. 'per acre. , „ ■ Lot 7. 3a. 2r.; lp., ^allotment r A-of portion 112. Mary Ann Davis, at 51 per acre. | ' Lot 8.;4a. 3r.' 31p., allotment B -,of po...

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EXTRACTION OF STUMPS OF TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

EXTRACTION OF ; STUMPS, OF TREES. : In--one of thet earlyuiumbers-rof'tlie Sydney Magazine of'Science1 cind-A rt" is the Foilowing pape'r - 'on tlie Ex trac-; tion of Stumps;- and/as -:it may* be of in-' terest to our readers; we give ittfor their perusal:— ' ' ■ » . " T propose to extract stumps of frees by means of the hydraulic press ; 1 am well aware that this ' will 'damp ,the ex-* peotations of many residents'in tlie in terior,who are'in hopes' oJ' hearing' of 'some magic method applicable to tlieir awn circumstances, and available 'by 'their own. res'c buret's. ' I am 'sorry T cannot devise a cheap ,and easy me thod. ' My idea'isj'that this is work that should b; undertaken by men' who'will ma'keit their regular.business, and'will travel about"the country with their, ma chinery and take contracts, from settlers* for stumping their farms at'so much per. :stnmp, extracting- each' one fairly-from * the ground by the' roots, 'a 11 d' leaving the iarmer'to burn them' "or remove th...

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AID TO AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

AID' TO AGBiqULTUHE. Subjoined is tlie copy of a let ter. fr,om /tlteCliief,. Secretary, which lias been addressed to. -the Secretary of the Port Phillip Farmers'. ^ Society.-.. The sugges tions affect;all'the societies in the Colony,.and it is. to be hoped i!hat all will st are in- the • benefits to be derived from 'the contempla ted establishments. " Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, Dec.,23, 1857. . " SiR,-r-I have the, honor ■ to inform you that the,; Legislature have sanctioned the ' following expenditure in the ensuing year for the encouragement of, agri culture :— In aid of:agricultural societies i£5000 Agricultural- .museum,. with , laboratory, &c, 1,078 ' ExperiinontnV and training'■' . ■' farms ' ' " 3,720 , " It is the wish of the .Govern ment that a body representing •the agricultural interests of all parts of the colony should meet periodically in Melbourne so as to form a ready means of com munication upon all matters af fecting these interests, and en sure ...

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TARRAVILLE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

TABRAYIiLE; CRICKET CLUB. A general meeting-, of tliov members of. the Tarraville r Cricket .Club was held at the' 'Royal' -Hotel; Tarraville;. "oiv Priclay, February -26 tb nit.,- R.i :B. . Gibson, Esq., President, in the chair. , , - -The minutes of last meeting r having been read, Mr. Orossley proposed, secon ded by Mr. Isaac Lear, that time be ex tended in:rule 5; and that the entrance fee be 10s 6d« to 1st • April, and one guinea l^.Mi'tenvards. , . ; i : Carried. ' ' ' - - 1 : , The following- additional i, rules . were carried unanimously. , 17. That lion, members be admitted by ballot; on ■paying.'the entrance-fee of: one g-uiriea! before 1 the' ,'lstT-April;and', "two guineas ...from-; that < time,; i with v 2s u ,6d ! monthly, subsci-iption ,■ and to ,-be - exempt ■; from bye laws Nos.'l and>'2. 1 - ^ 18. Any. member likely to [be absent; from the Tarra for any length of time, by sending- a written notice to -the, Secretary; to be laid before the committee, t...

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REGISTRATION CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

REGISTRA/FION CLAIMS i f •' > >■'' » >*' *'J»i < *.i; • < • .j, A.retjiriijO^the,number .of. ''jClaims. J" to be,Registered'' received J^the^lle 5■■/gistr£l[rspfthej>severaj,;ElectnraljPisiricts[| ■„ vtjn|iyi(Uoria,.lias just,been issued asj folf ,If>\ys~A1 bertqn, 235.;, Anglesey &ct,r ' l8lBelfast, ,323; Brighton,a<,297^;i .,-^Bourke,.. Sou(,b,;^]j!62^£j]3p.ui;]{ej.;W;e'st/ ^1752 ;',j "B,ofirke,f East, 2842 ;. ,Co.llin'g-r . .wood, 3440; -Goluc, .202.; Castlemaiiie' Boroughs, 1774 ;,*Dundas. and •Eollett^ 7 2; Evelyn..and...Mornington, 129 ; Geelong, :-1319; >? Grants South, 751 y Grant, North, ,6843Gipps .Land. 115 ; GreRnvjlie/ N;Orth,,'457;6-;iiK;yne-.' ton;,, Boi'ouglis,;. 461- ^ Kilmore,:t>■ 500 ■; Loddon, ;;2214 Murraj'yn237:; i Mel bourne, Soiithi:: 2982...Melbourne, 1 l,S76 j Murray,/.Boroughs,d?! 5 ;■ Nor-; mainly, 100 ; Ovens, 8103 ; Portland,' 322; Ripon, &c.,,3227; Rodney, 701; Ilichmond,. 190S ; :i....

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MARINE SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

, MARINE. SURVEY. On more than one. occasion late ly tlie- necessity of 'commencing 'a proper suryey' of tlie whole coast • of tlie • Colony i lias been .mooted in tlie Legislative Assem bly. This necessity was brought under the notice of the house when the estimate for'the Survey Department was before, the Com mittee^ aiid falso ■, iii connection! with, the^discovery of [coal; \and; it will have loecn'Seeh^that'Mr.^ Perry has at length succeeded-ih* carrying,resolution, andr in' having ,the sum cf £5000 voted 'ii* ® J for the purpose of commencing a" marinevsurvey of the" Colonial coas'tf1--. ^ ' ' 5' J ' There' can he no question as to the vasfc^import aiice of an under taking f of v '.the ] kind. Compara tively little': is - yet practically known* of , our 'expensive coast. If' it, had been better'known and, 'properly laid .down on;,charts 1 some' of-' the."- dreadful' '''disasters' | r' ''{'iii'Tt'-•'v'f'T i£- | '// 'i,-'5 "Hs ."*♦ •. thatjhave occurred might. proba bly h:ayelJ ...

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SOUTH GIPPS LAND FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

SOUTH GIPPS LAND 'FARMERS' ' 'i ' OLTJTB. '/ , ' VfSi^he committeVof jmanngement appointed? afcvhe ■ last meeting-, of,:the; club held a meeting' 'at the' Royal - Hotel, ;Tarraville, on Saturday, the 27tli instant. , , ' The*Chairman*: opened; ithe -^meeting by 'explaining-,- that 'the: principal "business to , be brought before them .was, making nr- ] rangements' .for the forthcoming, .show, i and* to determine to >what.. objects prizes j should be awardnd. 1J >' ' '' ' | jResolvedj .that thef Ploughing: i Match i take place on Monday; the 12th; of: iqtril."! Andi-tliat oneipriz'e:ofbe,givendor i the best ploughed;land by: a> bullock team, and. one prize ot%^£- for the best ploughed ; land by a horse team. ; Resolved that the show of Agricultural Stock and Produce. be held on Tuesday,'.! the 13tli of April'"on" the -premises ; at the i rear of- the; Royal Hotel, Tarraville, and.i the following prizes awarded :—<•* • Wheat, 3 bushels, from a sample'of nofci less ...

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EXTENSIVE FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 March 1858

i ^ EXTENSIVE FORGERY. . ; Rumours have 'been in 'circulation- in Melbourne during11 the ■ last' ten days th;it a'Portuguese* noble'tnan had "visi ted the gold-helds a'n'd-'suddenly disap :peared[ and foul play' was suspected, but nothingidefinite was stated till- the arrival of the SteameV from 'Sydlie)' - on Tuesday when lire'following was found •in. the papers she -brought-' r ■ 'The Gi?eat FoRGERYir—'I'libiigh very different statements hav'o obtained ourreiicy respecting' the great fraud, which there is - no doubt'has been, per petrated by the accomplished swiudler Miranda, we have good'reason :tcbe lieve the following are substantially the facts of the case :—-About October last the Australian J.oint Stock. Bankf re ceived a package purporting ito b'e''di rect from the house of Baring Brothers, accrediting Mi ran da, ; as a mem b'ei* of the well known bouse.of Miranda Bro thers, Lisbon, to ' a: large amount with the bank., The,packageralso enclosed letters lor Miranda,, himself...

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

AMERICA. News from'America has been receiv ed. It comes down .to the 28th Nov, and contains a despatch from Washing. ;tonj\\vhich^sayk that no.news of the re ported ^capture; of dhe. United .States 'millitar^ka.tiiaiAs-rby^ilhe^Mormoiis had 're"achedi>the" goyenfment, bat that pre \vious*information-i;renders the event by no """means improbable. The troops Avere ^considered.. perfectly.., safe,. unless Tesisted-inftiie^raibuntain/defiles;:.-..-: They consisted of anvaggregatfc'force'of']5()0' menVvvith three^companies ol' Hymg ar tillery'^andSw.ere; provisioned-.for.ten 'or eleven;months.';; ;jsChe' jw.ere iunder the command of Colonel Johnson.- ,0 if the I8thi November, "General,iCass -receiv ed a. letter;from<"J.u'clge Eckles, who sta ted that an attack hadbeen made on the United States>:QuWrtermaster's tviiin,by the 'Mormons sim^vliich seventy-eight army waggons-antl their contents were .desu'o'yeel, tblitithed government officers id not fully credit the, informa...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 'AftHIVJiD f PORT . A LIJEItT.)• March 4.—Storm - Bird, steamer, 75 tons,, J. B. Sydserff, 1'rom- Melbourne.; passengers—cabin; Nil. Steerage, 10. * cleared out. | s - *. March 1.—H. S.' Page, -barque,f 226 tons,lT; Spring, for -Hobart Town. '• -v . imports. * • March 4.—Storm Bird, from Mel bourne; 8 cases Old Tom, 1-case do., 20 cases whiskey, 24 pkgs. tea, 33 cases wine^ 2 lihds. do., 4 octaves do., 8 qr/ casks do., 11 cases Geneva,.12. cases, beer, 2 hlids: do, 130 bags sugar, 2 pkgs. tobacco., J exports. '. ... • March L—H. S. Page, for / Ilobart Town■; '66/bead1 cattle'an'cl 250. sheep. i SAILED. 1 March 1.—JI. S. l'age,' for Hobart Town.'

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. Steam to Melbourne. , THE Port, Albert: Steam. Navigation Go.'s fine new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B; Sydserfiy Com mander,' will sail from the Company's Wharf;for above port this day..! Friday, 'March ; 5th, at 4 o'clock, p.m. 1 Fares—Cabin' -£5—Steerage £2 5s. - ^ f Freight £2 person. <,< ( All. goods 'immediately;: on, being! .landed are at consignees risk. • ; • ■ Gold, for shipmentjimusfribe- enteredi at the Customs before <10 o'clock a.m. on day of.sailing., ' For Freight or .Passage apply to ■ f,_ WM. DOHERTY, .Manager, i =141-00 'port Albert, '23rd Oct.^ .1857. Sawn Timber J - • - •" ■ r'jr /^UT,-by .water .power at Barkly Mills ^ delivered'at the " Port or Tarraville ■ free. present PRICES-^—for CASH.'- _ , Quartering 2 x 3, 12s., 2 x 4, 15s., full cut, ,18s. Hali^incil.Bo ards, )15s. Od. Fr.ooRiNO.BoARDs,. 19s. Battens,5 three to'the foot, IGs. -t.n J. CARPENTER, 208*2 ' v" Proprietor., .AN .extraordinary .General.. Meeti...

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 1 1 '...".I . i to " ev rt •2<. ¥-3 tg s II ■ E C- - £ '■ £ Mni'oli.. •Hntuiday ( a.m. .y5;} P.m. 15*30 21 ... a m. ■HS Turin ■Similny. ... Mumlny ... 'i'nestlity , 8 i) ,r>'54 ;V5) (j*2S (i-27 U'2G 22 23 2-i I.nst Q. :j-o0 a.m. 5-3ti G'2-l "•12 Port Alborton Wcilncsdy. 10 5-57 0-21 25 ■ .8- 0 Tumi Tliurp ilny ii 5-58 0-22 2« "... 8-18 Allibrton Friday ... 12 5*50 0-21 27 9-30 Tort. ' * Divine Service, English Church, morning, Alhorton, ''iftovnvoit, Port Albert; evening, Tnrrnville. -r • ;

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

COMMERCIAL-INTELLIGENCE. PO.RT ALBERT MARKE BAUKiiY MriiLS.—Mr. iCarpenter-'r&y ports— ' Fine flour, £18 per ton. * Bran, 2s Oil per bushel- • > Wheat bought Jrom 5s Gd to Gs 3d per busJicJ. ■ Salts of''Stock at IIobakt 1 Town duiung. January, 1858. 2nd, GO bullocks ex ' Eclipse, 9/ 10s.: to 13/; average 10/ 9s. : 11 bullocks, ex Village Jiielle, 8/ 17s. Gd. to 10/; ave rage 9/ lis. 4tb, 54.- bullocks,- ex Glencoe, 9/ 5s. to ] 12 los.; average 10/ 9s.v. 4 cows,'10/. 12s.'Gd. to 6/17s. 6'd. 5th, 08 bullocks, ex Free Trader, 9/ to 11/2s. Gd.: average 9/ 14s. 4d. ; Gtli, 41 wetliers, ox Colonial, !2os. 9cl. 29 lambs, 14s. to 1£ s. ..7th 99 sheep, (wethers) ex Colonial, 22s? i 14 ewes, 13s. 8th, 598 wethers, ex City' of Hobart, 21s. Od. lltli, 4.1 bullocks, ox Maquarie,? 9/ 5s. to lOi "10s.; average 9M7s. . 14th, 31 bullocks,' ex Mary Ann, 10/to. 111! 7s. fid.; average 10C Gs. lOd. Q00 ewes, 15s. 3d. to 15s. 6d. 20 ewes, : (sickly) lis. •21st, 30 lambs ex* Colonial, 12s. 3d. ...

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

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.   Minutes of meeting held at the Port Albert Hotel, Port Albert, for the purpose of fixing the valuation upon property in that neighborhood and other ordinary   business on Saturday, 27th February, 1858.       Present—The Chairman, Messrs.D.     Turnbull, J. Gellion, and Dr. Hedley.   The valuation of property was first con   sidered and the assessment list agreed to. The minutes of the previous meeting read and confirmed.   Dr. Hedley reported that together with   the Secretary, he had inspected the Pound Road and found the culverts had been altered, and had therefore given a certifi-   cate of its completion. Messrs. Curtis and Kemp reported that their contract No. was completed and wished to have the same inspected.   Resolved that Dr. Hedley and the Sec-   retary be requ...

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COLONIAL FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

COLONIAL 1<\EDE RAT ION. We subjoin the progress .report of tlx; select committee of the Legislative Assem- - bly appointed: to consider the subject of u Federal Union Since the first report of your committee,, and its transmission to the other' colonies by Bis Excellency the Governor,.we have, had the satisfaction to observe that New South Wales and South Australia have taken measures to curry the proposed con ference into spbedy effect. , In South Australia,- the two Houses: adopted a resolution accepting- the propo sal, and recommending the Appointment of delegates, in pursuance of it. They sub sequently proceeded to select; two dele gates from the Assembly and one Irani the Council to represent that colony at the conference. ■ In New South Wales the Legislative Council adopted a report embodying", a similar recommendation ; and tlie conside ration of the subject was an order-of.'the da}- in the Assembly at the time of its dissolution.: We have, reason to believe that ...

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