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SALE. Thursday Febraury 4th, 1858. (Before J. Macfarlane, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

SALJ3. • Thursday iFebrnarv 4thy 1858. »<■>> -• (Before J,< Macfarlane.- Esa■ J. PO ■ .Charles Whitburn,' was ; finedr! five i pounds and received a severe reprimand1. Irom. hisr worship for having- assaulted J. White, constable. A second.charge , for a simular offence on another: con.r ■>.-■■ stable was on the charge slieel, bnt riot' pressed, * ' < John. Rowley, was . then .charged^ with, being- concerncclfin,a robbery from the person. ( I'he particulars appear in';■' aaother part of the paper) mid ; the pri soner, was remanded until the following- - ■Thursday. ■ ■■ Bail was taken -himself:in * £100 and two sureties in ^50, each. \ : A' piiblic meeting of -the friends and - supporters of the Bethel Union, lately es tablished in the port of Melbourne, was lield in the Mechanics' Institution on the 25th idt., at which His Excellency Sir H. Barkly presided nnd delivered an excellent.,,, address, in which he stated that 40,000 sailors arrive i...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CRICKET MATCH. SALE V. STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

CRICKET MATCH. SALE V. STRATFORD. i In consequence of aehalienge from the ( eleven of Stratford, 'accepted'" by: the Sale ' players, a match was played on the, race course on 3rd March. The 'time fixed for ■■.pitching., the. wickets was dOn.m.'nnd the Stratford men'were on the'ground;shortly j after. At about half past eleven^the Sole; players ibeing in the /minority, it was" agreed that they should take the first in- j. "nings, find Messrs. Peck and W. Cunmng-<j :hain commenced proceedings to' the bow- j Sling of Harding and Smith, tlie.steadiness,! ot the bowling soon began-to tell, and'the batsmen were disposed of successively:for small scores, the only stand- being 'made by Mr.; Pearson.; . On - the eighth Avicket falling it - was. discovered . that no . more men were forthcoming, nnd to prevent the p;ame being broken up, u Stratford' player -(Mr. Hutchinson) volunteered1 his assis tance and put seven teen.rnns on the score in good: style, there being still one man sh...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

THIRD DAY. {; : Jhibhoans. JLJurse.—Ui -JbO each, with. £30 added. . ' , . i' Pearson's Zingavi ' .. .. 1 1 \ ,.Kinnerbury?s• Sir• Charles .. ■■ 2 , .2 Ballantyne's Telegraph " >?. - Smith's Duchess . . . ■< . . ■ > !■ ■ Betting- oven on Zingari ag'ainst tlio field. Consolation Stakes;—Of £2 each,;with .£20 added. . , ■ i • . Pearson's Prince walked over. Hurdle Race.—Of _£•!,' each, with £25 added. . 1 '' Bolden's Bay Marc .. .. 1 Kinnerbury's Sir Charles . .• 2 ' : Tith Launch.—On' Monday-afternoon about two o'clock, numbers of people as-' sernhled in the Pound Lano to witness the Launch of Mr. McArd/e's Enterprise, the. first steamer built' in Gipps Land. The dimensions" of the vessel an'd: all particu lars relating- to her have previously been published, it is only necessary to-state that a prettier modelled-^vessel could not be conceived. The launch was successfully accomplished midst great: cheering. . A liberal lunch was provided under the .su perintendence o...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE. Tarraville, March 3rd, 1858. (Before J. Le M.Carey, Esq., Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. T.\ UltA VI fiLK. Tarraville,' March 3rd, 1858. (Before J.'Le M.C.avey-, Esq.,,Police . Magistrate.) . ' G eorge . Porter, William ; Burgess; nnd'Thomas Usher, were brought up be fore the Bench, the former charged with 'having-:stolen goods in his; posession, and not beiiig able to account '..how he came by the same.., -W. Burgess, and Thoinis Usher, were: charged on suspi cion of. being> concerned in a robbery committed on the . .premises !of Mr. Patrick McGrath,. of Tarraville, on the night; of: Saturday,i -2.7thr- February. There: being no evidence; to prove the . guilt;of the parties, 'thei'charges were dismissed. ' ; i Thomas Usher was then charged with being fo ind by nightwithout1 lawful excuses on the premisesof Mr. Patrick McGrath at Tarraville,on the night of the 27t.h February. ' Sentenced to three months ! imprisonment ; with '• hard labor. 1 • • i John Riley, wa.s brought up the same day charged by .Mr. John Clements, Boot-maker^' residing .at Ta...

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OMEO WEEKLY SUMMARY. Livingstone Creek, March 2nd, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

OMEO W-EEKLY SUMMARY. ■ | Livingstone Gi;e:ek,.March: 2nd,:l858f ! ; In your pubiication 'of the 12th inst;, it is stated that'Mr.v-H ain'esVreply to a question' from 'Mr. Wfood, relative to * the diilies' of a 'warden ! for this" district 'saidj' that the; Omeo ! was situated between the,Yacandanda and Beechworlli, but was' more acces sible' from the latter.Now, . Avhen a i member can-'thus; delibLerate1y state such1: [ a;grayeuopographioal.'error, we 'cannot i be surprised tliat the -stories circulated | aboutthe district, and inhabitants of I Omeo should diJtaiii credence.' I .won der what particular race.of people: th'at' i sapient gentleman takes us to.-be,T sup^ ipose a cross between tlie " Aatropo i-phagi" and'Pomponi .is Mela'sBlem mii but whatever may be his private opinons J can assure him that taken as a whole, i'jr intelligence, honesty, obe dience to,'and respect for the laws, the residents of' this district are second to none.in the colony. 1 It appears from;the &a...

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

NOTICE.—Omeo Gold Field —Messrs. Bennett and Demies, have been appohded Agents for this paper.

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CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

CAUSE LI ST. Causes in Comity Court, to be holden Monday, March 15t.li, insfc. under £20. For trial by the Judge?. Taylor v. Scott. OVBIt ,£20, andv UNDElt: £50.; Morgan v. Scott.- ' ' Fanner y.'Taylor and Jones. Davis, v. Duncan. . : Davis: v. Gnrney. For trial by Assessors. IvJ'oriaghruf'y. Nicol.

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 12th March, 1858. THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

Friday, 13th March, 1858. THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. lluaroiis relative to the forma-1 iion of the now Ministry were rife in , Melbourne last • week. Even before the arrival of Mr. Chapman from the diggings, a partial list of1 those who were to1 take office under him was pub lished in one of the Melbourne newspapers. , Mr. Chapman arrived on Wed nesday evening, and after waiting upon the Governor, proceeded to execute the task ho had under taken to. perform. . But when the Assembly met on Friday af ternoon j it was then known lie had not succeeded in the com plete formation of his Cabinet, as,another adjournment till the following Tuesday was imme diately^ moved and carried. Whether the, hon:'gentleman has even', yet "succceded is matter of doubt, as so many changes have already occurred, it would be somewhat hazardous to assert positively that more , may not still occur. It was -positively stated, on Monday, however, that a radical change . had taken* place in reference to' the'format...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CRIMINAL CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

criminal: calendar. Hie Calendar of. prisoners for trial' at the ' Criminal Sessions is a heavy 0110, there being' nine prisoners awaiting,: the arrival of theJudge. They , stand charged as follow?:— Anno Gordon, felony. \ Peter Murphy, cutting and wounding with . intent to do some grievous bodily lianr* George Manighan, ho'rse stealing-. John M'Dormott, assault with intent to commit a rape. . Thomas IJurlow, attempt;at; Arson., . .Eugene Garland, ,nr>)fiwful!y preseniing-.a cheque "01 his own, it being- the pro perty of the Albert,on District - Road ftoard. John R;,oy, larceny. William Luun; obtaininggood's under false pretences. : ■ ■ :■••• William Luen/ stealing from shop at Tar raville. ■ ;

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REPRESENTATION OF MINORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

REPRESENTATION OE MI NORITIES. The principle of the new scheme, proposed by Mr. Haines; for the representation of minorities has heen affirmed by "Parliament. So enamored was Mr. 'Haines with his project.that the fate .of the Government was staked upon the approval or rejection of the principle: ' And1' from what' ap pears in the short statements made by >the 'Chief Secretary'res pecting-his novelty-, it. seems; his, only "desire is. to secure Ja"fall ancl fair representation, of ,tlie whole people in the Legislature: . That , this result win follow is doubted by many, while- others boldly affirm that small cliques 'and factions! will have the powe'v of~ returning whom they will. In a matter of which those 'who are discussing it have had no::practi cal experience, Jtheir; statements; can be nothing more tlian-specu-' lations, as the working, out'of a r,cl 1 I S 4 ■'()• t J I '■ '> . ' ' principle often overturns - the theories of thorc 'by T^hoin'it "is, propounded and'support...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

SECOND DAY. Ladies' Purse.—Of £5 each; with £35 I added. Pearson's Will ■ o' . the !Wisp walked over. Smith's Priam . Trial Stakes.—Of; £o , each, with £20 added. . . " Pearson's Marchioness : :.. • 1 1 Smith's Fross •. . .. .. 2:. 2 Betting even. , Hack Race.—Of £2 each, with .£10 added. Pearson's Tom Cat : . . •; . . ■ 1 1 . Won easily against three others.- i , Member's C!ii]>.:—Value £:K);'; with .en trance £0 5s. added. Morrison!s Warri^'al . 2. 3 1. ] . . Pearson's Prince distanced through jostle McLeod's Dinah .. j 3 2 .2 2 Smith's Duchess- ; . . • withdrawn

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. J. D. LESSOR, PItACXIOAX, WATCHMAKER AND JEWEM.ER, .:■{ PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, &c., ■ 200-03 J.J.HART, : General Storekeeper; Port Albert. , Brandy' and-wines in-bulb and-case; i v.': Byas's ale and porter- - • Islay-.wliiskey, ofthe'fincsfrquality•; xsi Cycler^Geneva;anchorrand'key! brands •Rum—Old Tom (Tom' Cat) Bass' and Salts' Burton ales • ■ ' Rum—Cordials of all sorts. ! The above are for ;;sale either"free or -in' bond. " , 14303 Illustrated and Annotated •Edition of Barnes' Notes. npi-IE NEW TESTAMENT, with thirty >JL ieiglit steel plates, .twenty?• two 'maps ancl .'plans, and twenty-eight engraving's on -wood-—in all seventy separate, plates: In six volumes complete. < Of this edition (Blackies') Mr. Barnes thus expresses his opinion :— : • "I feel greatly obliged to, you for. the " manner' in which yoii have got up my " ■•■notes"ONc 'THIS '/nBW- TESTAMENT, and •".J hope yoU;;Will' receive: an ample com-: '' pensation for the .expense you...

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GUANO AND THE EXCREMENTS OF DOMESTIC POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

guano and the excre ments oe domestic' , poultry: We are not aware whether the subjects alluded to in the follow ing extracts, ■ which' are taken •from anAmerican, publication, have ever, engaged the attention of agriculturists in this district. If tlicy have not they seem to be worthy of a little consideration, especially to those who 1 keep poultry in any considerable quan tity. It has long been known that guano was formed Jby„ the excrements of birds, during' the course o£ .probably thousands of years, ancb, from.,, the ^different islands in the, o'cean !ancL places,' adjaccnt * to£ the {sea* "in which!it has generally*, been' -'found^ <. the natural conclusion was, that it ' had been deposited there by sea fowl; and-.-therefore their ; -food-' mast-have-been principally, if hot wholly," fish. ; < But wo 'do not" think' the supe rior virtues' of guano1 are1 wholly i attributable, to the kind- of food • on * which ^ the' .birds ; lived-; -but in a'great measu...

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GREEN WATTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

GREEN WATTLE RACES. ■The' Race week is always anxiousl}r looked fur find merrily spent by:the inha bitants'of the'upper'district,' and this year it was rendered-more attractive: to .'those residing, at a"distance and. who visited our pretty township. ■ >■•<■■>■ , : . The course: each, day .was . numerously and fashionably attended." The. proceed ings were carried on quietly and: soberly, and .although' sonie disappointment was expressed at the great and unprecedented success of Mr. Pearson's stud, yet all agree, that the success was deserved by the spirit ed manner and the trouble he had taken to produce horses worthy of running 'for the stakes. The first event was the Maiden Plate, won by ,Garnett,,mxioh. to .the sur prise of .all, but his (owneiy wlioi, we under stand, backed him heavily. The odds against him. at starting were 0 to l.i' : The Galloway Stakes were- easily won i by.i.ourvery old -acquaintance-rrS/jMfer,. who, although "not having appeared ; on the: ...

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STATISTICS OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

STATISTICS OF TASMANIA. ,The- following .particulars, are taken, from the returns laid on> the, table, of the Bouse of Assembly by the Colonial Treasurer a. few days since On the 31st of December, L8uo, the total number of free persons in the co- < lony was 62,222; of convicts,-7,740; and■; on'(he 31st o('-."March, 1857,. it was— free,.77,794convicts, 3,008. . Troops and their families stationed in the colo nyin 1855,989—deaths 12; in 1856, 747—deaths 15. Aboriginal inhabitants in 1856, 19—whose main tain a nee cost £968. Births Registered in 1856— males 1,517, females 1409, deaths males 838, females 497; marriages— 933. :Number of married inhabitants (not including- the military) on 31st;j March, 1857— males 14,333, females 14,524; single—males 31,583, females 20,<562. There were 6760 houses built of stone, brick, or iron, and 8,258 of wood ; of which 14,£78 were inhabited, and 745 uninhabited. The number of persons unwed by sea in 1856 was— males 2958.fema...

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

LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE. App'o i n tm bnts. ' —Late - Go vernment Gazettes notify the appointment<of Moun ted Constable White'to be aii inspector of Slaughter houses and of cattle intended for slaughter,: in- the Police -District of Gipps Land ; and of Mr. Edward Kelsall to be -Deputy Registrar 'of - Births and Deaths at. Alberton, vice William Hogarth,: resigned. Observations' of the Thermometer recorded at Port Aiberty February, 1858. Highest daily temperature, 92-o. Lowest, 40'5. Mean highest; G9'5. Mean lowest, oG;o. Highest daily range, 22*5. Lowest, 2*5. Mean daily range, 13-8. ■ '

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

tftlPPJlSG INTELLIGENCE. AH HIVED (PORT ALBERT.) February S.—Eolipse, scliooner,- tiyu tons, B. C. Wolfe, from Hobart* Town. IiYbrmiry0.—Mary Ann, schooner,116 tons, J. Graves, from Hobart Town. ; Fcllrtinry 10.— -Dobsons, schooner, ' '112 tons, J- Tobin, from Launc'cston.' : Febniary 11.— Storm Bird, steamer, 75 tons, .J; B. Syd'crff, from '.-Melbourne.-; ■■■passengers —;cabin ; Messrs.. Atkins, •VVrixon, MeFiirlane, l)e Beaker, Lovell, find Mi«s Thompson. Steerage, 8. ' ■ CT,EARED OUT. February. 1O.—Ecl'pscv schooner, 190 tons; E. 13. /yTylfe, for. Bobart Town. ■ . iarpoii'is. . ;l?ebrnary . 8 —Eclipse, from .-•/•Hobart Town ; . 3 cases brandy; 4. cases. Geneva/ 10' chests tea,1'6 half-chests do.,' 10'"cjr; chests,do.,!G cases-wine, 40 trusses hay, February 10.—Dobsons, from Luunecs ton ; ^100 bag's flour, 2 cases fruit, 50 bags flour, 1 (jr. cask ale. • February 11.—Storm Bird, from Mel bourne ; 27 pkgs. tea, 28, pkgs; sugar';'1 hbd. beer, 1 cask beer, 2 "boxes cigars; 2 pkgs. (o...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. [.on*-■ Steam to Melbourne. r ni-IE Port Albert Steam Navigation JL CJo.'s .fine new screw /steamer OBERON, . Captain Spence,- will • sail from tlie Company's. Wliarf'.for, above port tliis day Friday,; March ,12th,; at 11 o'clock*,'/a.m. ■ ' '■ '1 Fares—Cabin1 £5—Steerage j£2 os. ' ; Freight ,£2 per ton. ' ' All goods immediately, onibeing landed' are at consignees'rislc. •••"•Gold^for'shipment^miist'^be'-ientered- at tlie ;Customs;bcfbreilO'o'clock!a.'M.:.on day.1 '-of-sailing. " ' r For Freight or Passage'apply to WM: DOI-TEKTY; Manager; 141-03 ' Port Albert, 23rd Oct., 18D7 Wanted^ immediately ' few good sailors' forL_thej Oberon' ■ Steamer. ' Apply to , W.' DOHERTY, - . . 239 , Port Albert. Public "Works Office, . - ' Melbourne, 23rd Feb., I80S. Erecting' Quarters, Stables, and Lockups, for.Police Stations, at and on the road:, to Omeo. ... :i rFIHE contractor for the above works' having1 failed to go; on with bis:cbn-f tract,-,fresh, tenders*willrbe .received'-...

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. March. ; Sat unlay ' Sunday ... Monday ... Tuesday Wedncsdy Thursday Friday ... »wn. p.in.j G* 0 U-20,25 New l\ it.hi. 1H2 vi- o 12-18 l'.Hli 2:24 3*12 l'ort Albarton Tiirra ^ Albcrloul Port. . " Divinu Service, linprlish Ohurch, morning, Alborton, weuittg, Tarraville. • . . ." '?•; •

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ■Wc'givc niidenieal.h the result of a sale l>y auction. by Mr. E. 'J1. Newton of a miXed lol; of cattle, &c, sit the Albert,on Hotel, Alboi'ton,on the 8th inst., viz.':— BOLLOCKS "AND'STKEJtS. . . . .1 at:4/,2 at 4/ ls. each, 1 ;it 41 4s., 1 a I; 41. lis., 1 at 4/ 16s., 1 at 5/15s., 1 at 01 Gs., I at 07 10s., 1 at U I ks., 1 at. 71. • COWS 'AND J1EIFEHS. 1 at 3/, 1 at 31 Is., 2 at 31 7s. each, 1 at 3/ 8?., 1 at 4/, 1 at 4/ 10s:, 3 at 41 12s. each; 2 at 4/15s., each, 1: at 41 18s., I at 5/2s./1 at 5/9s., 1 at 6/. Average:of bullocks and steers 5/ 5s 3d each. Average of cows and lieifers 4/' Gs 9d each. A ...small'-bay pony with second hand saddle and bridle brought 14/ 10.

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