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NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

: NEWS' OP THE WEEK!' LEGISLATIVE COTTNDTT. The transactions of the Council during the week have been principally-'of a.busi ness nature, niad possessing-, little public importance. We therefore omit oar usual summary of the , proceedings, to make room for more interesting-, matter. • : >

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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A WALK TO LONDON—ACTORS OUT OF LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

. A WALK TO LONDON—ACTORS OUT OP ''LUCK. , Mr. Buclcstone,. at. the last Royal Theat rical Furicl Biriuer,' gavethe.followinga-; musing history of orie of i&'''own ^adven tures m"aid<i lang-syne." ' I am enabled truly to depict what this class of performers [the country actors] endure, because I was a country actor, and, amongst other vicissitudes, once walked from Northampton to London-— seventy-two miles—on fourpence-half penny. It is a fact I assure you. I had a companion in the same plight; and on comparing- our pecuniary resources, we discovered ourselves masters of the sum of ninepence—fourpence-halfpenny each, ac cording- to Cocker. As it may interest you, gentlemen, I will describe my cos tume.on that occasion, and how we got to London. My costume consisted of a threadbare whitey-blue coat, with tarnish ed metal buttons, secured to the throat, because I wore underneath what we term a .flowered' waistcoat, ' made of glazed ! chiht'zVnrid'of a'very'showy pat...

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COLONIAL REJOICINGS IN CELEBRATION OF THE PALL OF SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

COLONIAL'REJOICINGS IN CELE - BRATION OF THE PALL OF '' SEBASTOPOL. ' : Gbelong.—The- streets , of; Goelong* presented, a "'ay: appeiu-aiice, on Friday morning" to.' the eyes of -.the boliday-ma-; king crowd, who were perambulating-them in admiration of the flags ^ and devices of all colors and patterns, every where; bear-, .ing-testimony to the. zeal of the inhabitants; to .honor the .occasion of their triumph to the utmost extent of; their resources.- . The Rifles mustered'but were prohibi ted from forming a portion of the . proces sion. ! ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' The several bodies •'-in- the •: procession having- formed into incline,- and 'bearing, tile flags of the Allies; moved up Moorab'ool' street, accompanied by a body of natives, and . also by a printing p*ass, which, as the procession moved along,, struck off impres sions of an ode by P. M. Hogan,. copies of which were eagerly sought by the crowd and were distributed as fast as printed. The procession passed along Myers street, down...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

Submerged Bells.-—The allusion liere made to the Cornish leg-end of the sub merged hells of Bottreaux reminds me of a very; .pretty leg-end :of the '...Island'', of Jersey of the : same kind;' Many years• ago the twelve parish cliui-ches in Jersey each possessed a beautiful. aridValuable peal or, bells j but during- .alpng.ci'vil^var; the states determined on selling these bells to defray the heavy expenses of their ar my. 'The bells were accordingly collected and;;sent jto France for that purpose; but, on the passage, the ship foundered, and everything- was lost, to show the wrath' of Heaven at the sacrilege. Since then, be fore a storm, .'these bells always .ring--up from the. deep; and to this day the fisher men of'St. Ouen's Bay always go to the edge of the water before. embarking, to listen if jtliey can hear " the bells upon the windand, if -those warning notes are heard,1 nothing will induce them to lieave the -shore; if all is- quiet, they fearlessly set sail. ■ .As as gentl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. $ ^ 4 REDUCED FARES ( TO AND PROM MELBOURNE, ON and after Nov. 30tH. instant. rpHE Port Albert Steam ■ -®- Navigation Company's fine "new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m..-punctually. Fares—Cabin £3 10s. Steerage £2 5s.., For Freight or Passage apply to I WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 18*03 .Port Albert. PLEASURE EXCURSION/ rriHE Port Albert Steam" Navigation Company purport to dispatch one'of their steamers oil a pleasure trip, '.on Thursday j the 27 th instant. • By order, w. -DOHERTY, Manager. Gentlemen's tickets 20s., with'the option of taking- a lady. Children under age half pi-ice. December 6. 100-3 rpbnders m*i 11 be received by the 'Manager: of the Port ,!Alljert Steam Navigation Company for the' purchase of Sixty-seven shares (of above Company) of Wmmty-Uce pounds.5 vv-FiVe pounds already, paid on each.' ' f '■ : ! Tenders required-- to; state- 'the' number and amount'otte...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGANCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. HOUSE AND CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, December 15th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

• 'COMMERCIA-Ii' INGJELIilGENGE; MELBOURNE 'MARKETS.1 - House' and ■ CattLe' Market. , ^Saturtlity,'. December 15th, 1855. No change in -the 'Horse market. A continued ■'dulness in- tho sale'-of'unbroken stock';;to .be- ac counted for by an overstocked market. > Although there are but few-, draught horses brought for ward, they are" equal to the demand,' carriage' to the different'diggings being nearly nominal, from the late fine weather, and the immense number of return wool drays. Prices average—draugh thorses; £45; good "hacks, £35; inferior do., £12; work; -ing bullocks,' £15 per pair. •' Mutton.—^The supply has not been large; ^business is /slightly improved, with -a small ad Trance upon,previous quotations., . , ; , , v, . ■ IIay Makket. , f ■:, . v y. Saturday, December 15th 1855. The business'of this market'has'been uniform and steady since our last-report, aiid, with ,the ■exception of a slight disposition in prices to . ad vance, there is no variation from our latest pr...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). December 18.—Mary Ann, brigantine, 118 tons, '6. Graves, From Hobart Town. Passengers, 5. December 18.—Meg Merrilies, sohooner, 79 tons, Ca.pt. Green, from Launceston, in ballast. December 19.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Messrs. Orr, Monaghan, and Hobson, Mrs. Clements and child. Steerage, 3. December 20.—Helen S. Page, barque, 225 tons, Capt." Spring, from Hobart Town, in ballast. One passenger. CLEARED out. December 17.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, "tV. Croucher, for Launceston. December 19.—Mary Ann, schooner,-G. Graves, for Hobart Town, with three passengers. imi'oitts. December 18.-—Mary Ann, from Hobart Town; 20 chests H. S. Tea, 120 bags sugar, 12 bags' salt, 11 boxes soap, -2 bales drapery, 1 keg 'nails, 2 bags shot, 2 do. rice, Foster.; 1 half-tierce to bacco, 1 cask Genoa, 15 bags raw sugar, 1 parcel ironmongery, 1 case slops, 1 "keg shot, 1 cask crockery, 7 ba...

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RURAL CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

RVRAL CALENDAR FOR : DECEMBER. Kitchen Garden.—In moist weather sow peas, cabbages of the. sugar loaf, Yorkshire and other quick growing kinds, brocoli, cauliflowers, turnips, dwarf beans and more spinach of the round leaved kind. Finish cutting asparagus; gather medicinal and wormwood, &c. Clean and thin the crop of onions and red beet; draw earth to kidney beans and stick the run ning kinds; plant celery in trenches to blanch, and also a full crop of savoys for winter and autumn use; plant out cabba ges from the seed beds; select the best heads of cauliflowers and plant them out for seed.. Transplant leeks, radishes, etc. In dry weather every morning before sun rise water all' seed' beds arid newly-planted articles/ hoe arid tliin tlie turnip crop. ■ L\i(rst'.ry ancl: l^uit ' Garden.—;Con tinue to prune and train the summer shoots ofi all descriptions of"' fruit 'trees; be care fur to remove all' useless shoots, retaining only such1 as may be." necesaary for the next year'...

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LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

- LOSSES. By -Frances Biiowne. Upon the whitesea sand There sat a pilgrim-band, Tolling the losses thin tlieir lives had known, While evening waned away From breezy cliff and bay, And the strong tides went out with weary moan. One sjpake, with quivering lip, Of aiair-freighted ship •• With all his household to the deep gone down; ' • But one had wilder woe For a fair face long agov Lost in the darker depths of*a'great town. ; v; ■■ . There were who mourned their, youth ■ With a most loving rulYi, For its brave hopes and memories ever green;■ •• And one upon the West 1 Turned an eye 'that would not rest' For far-off lulls whereon its joys had been. • Some talked of vanished gold, Some of proud honors told, . Some spake of friends that were their trust, Tin .more: . - ■ ■ -.v And one of a green grave, : ,_v ; Beside a Foreign wave, That made him sit so lonely on the shore. . But'.when their tales wore done, , , > There spake among them one, A stranger, seeming from all sorrow free,...

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THE JESTER AND THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

-THE-JESTER AND THE CZAR. brogere, an actor at one of tlur mi nor theatres of the Boulevards in Paris, had entered into an' engagement with the .manager at!the French thea tre at St. Petersburg, where he had the good fortune so greatly to please Paul ;1. that lie soon became; a distinguished ■ favorite of the Monarch. An ill-timed boa mot one day convinced Frogere I how daiigenms.it was to speak too 1'reo ily. tov the <iccentric autocratv It-was at. thn imperial dinner table;when one oI': ;the guests lauded the then Emperor at the expense of Peter the Great. I- "That '.is■'■'■'•robbing- Peter to pay I Panl,'" said, the Emperor.turning to his favorite is it 11 t so, Frogere ?" ■ " Certainly, Sir," answered the latter. To '.satisfy-Paul: we may not only rob . Peter the Great, ■ but aUo Peter the Apostle." ; And' pray why so ?" • asked, the ■" Because," said <the actor, " Paul in his anger hud frequently commanded, in the; words of our Saviour, ' Go and hoar the c...

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EDUCATION—MENTAL AND PHYSICAL. 'Tis Education forms the tender mind, Just as the twig is bent the tree's inclined. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

EDUCATION—MENTAL AND PHYSICAL. 'Tis "Education forms the tender mind, Just as the twig'is bent the tree's inclined. Une of the most important duties devolving' upon a parent is the education of his off spring. On the proper performance of this duty much of' the future comfort and well being' of families depends; and whore.it has been neglected or improperly attended to, sorrow and misery have often resulted. Many a criminal has bewailed his want of education, and ascribed tlie loss to his parents' neglect or indifference; and how many of those who have been brought to an ignominious end have asserted that their lawless course was owing to the want of proper training in their youthful days. But, besides the established truth that the •uneducated propensities- of man have a di rect tendency towards a wicked and vicious course, there is another view of the matter scarcely less important. All uneducated persons are not criminals; but they are in a position only so much superior to the b...

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ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Invincible from Liverpool, after a splendid run of 79 days, we are put in possession of the following intelligence, extracted from The Times of September 29. The concluding remarks in the report of General-Neil, who .commanded the engi neering 1 department after the death of General Bizot, run thus:—" Thust, ema nated"'this memorable siege, during which ,the relieving army was twice beaten in the .open field, and the: means of defence and attack of which had assumed'colossal pro portions. The beseiging army had in its different attacks about 800 guns mounted, which fired more than 1,600,000 rounds, and our approaches dug1, during- ;336 days, of open trenches, through a rocky ground, to an extent of 86 kilometers' (oi English miles), were made under the constant fire of the place, ■ and: with incessant combats by. day' and by night." During- the seige ■we employed no.less than :30,000vgabions, 60,000' fascines, .and' nearly 1,0...

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POETRY. THE HARVEST OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

POETRY. THE HARVEST OF THE WAR. The heart of Britain heaveth with an universal gladness, From the Land's End to the Orkneys, from the Wash to Arran-more: The voice of Britain cleaveth the air in jubilant madness, And the clashing of her steeples, And the shouting of her peoples, Bear a burden to the cannon as they roar. T'will be time for tears to-morrow, o'er their names that conquering perish'd; But now let those who mourn for their loved one stricken down Like Spartans hide their sorrow, in the thought that those they cherish'd Fell with the foe before them, Their country's banner o'er them, Anrl hands clench'cl in death upon the crown. We knew they would not fail us—that flower of 'foul' brave nations— Though tlie struggle might be stubborn and ' the conquest"dearly bought: Coward doubting^, might assail lis,,and petulant ' impatience, , . But we knew that no contriving Whon Wrong and Eight were striving, Could bring God's rule of justice into nought. All through the winter drea...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

LIST OP SALES OF STOCK AT HOB ART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1855. Nov.l 71 head cattle, ex Free Trader £ '8 15 0 to 14 0 0 average £12 -3 9 •„ 5 ;'-296 sheep, ex City of Hohavt 1 7 9 „ 1 8 0 ■„ - - 197 colonial sheep „ 13 6 „ 6 227 sheep ex Tasmania ••• 14 0 •„ 12 823 „ ex Mary Ann 14 6 „ 13 62 head cattle, ex Eclipse .. 18 15 0 „ 21 10 0 » 19 8 6 „ - 255 sheep „ ... 13 9 one t t - j (wethers 1 1.0 1 1 6 „ - 325 „ ex Jenny Lmd {flwes lg g ,, - 48 Leicesters, ex Mary Ann 1 3. 0 „ 17 495 sheep, ex City of Hohart .. • 1 9 9 „ 1 10 3 „ - 1 ■„ shorn, „ ..166' ' „ - 165 „ ex Freak .. 12 6 „ 19 638 „ ■ ■ ex Retriever .. 17, 6 , • « „ 22 78 cows, ex H. S. Page ..11 0 0' „ 13 10 "0 „ 1118 3 „ - '4 bullocks; „ .. 15 0 0 „ 10 0 0 4 „ 15 7 -6 „ - 201 sheep, ex Retriever . ; 14 9 . . .. „ 23 54 head cattle, ex Cosmopolite• '6 10... 0 „ 14 5 0 „ 9 19 0 „ - 205 sheep," ' 17 9 „ - 97 ex Glencoe 13 3 „ 13 9 24 61 head cattle, „ ' .. 16 10 0 „ ,19 15 0 „ 17 13 0 „ - ■■•11 cbws," ■„ 7 15 0 „ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

, ADVERTISEMENTS. ib JOB PRINTING. 'Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING PiOSjTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE (Uf Spinet?* TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISEMENTS nol exceeding 10 words will I>k cimr&erils. ' 10 words anil under -20 - - - 2s. 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2«. 6d. 30 „ 40 - - - - 3 6(1. Advertisements exceeding 40 words will be charged as follows:— . . j . ' ■ < , ' 1 incli -------- 4s. 6d. 2 Ss. J „ - - - - , - - - 10 . 6d. Ami 2s. will.lie charged for every addnional inili for each insertion. 1 f • f ■■-■■■.- . A disc-omit■■of. 10 per rent.iwill lie allou cd'on nd verti-<»iimnls inserted for: threemonths, and. 2.i per cent, for any further period.: 1 A (ker I Yemenis will he continued nnlil counter-! nmnilt'tl, unless otherwise specified in ihe oider ; and no Advertisement;! can he , withdrawn after noon on Wednesdays. , No verbal...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

LOCAL'INTELLIGENCE. Our readers will.perceive by;advertise ment in. our columns- that; an . exhibition of Marripnett^is. tOi take place fit Mr. Burn's:. Hotel; we- should advise all parties to see the same. They created great sensation, at'home when exhibited. Port ALnijRT.r—Among'st the. sports of Boxing* day, the /following- interesting ■Races-came off.■ • ^ Swkepstakf.s. Once round the Course. ' " Entries. .. ,. j Lamb's .. ... Grey . 13 3 ' : Buckley's . .. Jerry . 2 4 4 : Martin's .. .. Blazes 3 2 2 Gellion's . / . . Centepede blfcd 1.1 Eor New -Saddle. • . ' Entries. Monnghan's .. .. Baldy Martin's .. .. .. .. Mitli • Twice round the course, won easy by Baldy. . . SwUEPSTAKES. 'Entries. Clark's Gipsey Rowe's .. .'. Grey - . Jones's . .. , .. .. ... Danger ' Varney's .. . ..... ."VVillif Icnn Burns's , . .:. --.. • -.. .. : Harald won easy by Jones's; Danger. Harry Scurry Stakes for Boys. ^ There were 5 Entries for this race, won easy by Blazes. . r

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

A Ready Reckoner.—A certain ex quisite, during a recent tour, wishing- to sport Lis wit ■ at, the expense of a York shire farmer, accosted him' with, "I say, farmer, if one pound, of cheese-cost two pounds of butter, what will a cart, load of piiving'-stones come to?" "Twowaggori ionds of dandies," was the farmer's imme diate reply. Cure roil Burns,—The American Afjrmclturist says—" Of all applications for a burn, we believe that there are none equal to a simple covering, of common wheat flour. This is always at hand,; and while it, requires no skill in using, it pro duces almost astonishing, effects.' The moisture produced upon a slight or deep burn is at once absorbed by the flour and forms a paste which shuts'out the air. As long as the fluid matters continue flowing, they are absorbed and prevented from pro ducing, irritation, as they would be ,if kept from passing by oily or resinous applica tions;, while the greater the amount of those absorbed by the flour, ; the [ thicker th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

ADVERTISEMENTS. REDUCED FARES TO AND FROM MELBOURNE, ON and after nov. 30TH. instant. BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wliarf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £3 10s. • , Steerage £2 5s. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 18*03 , Port Albert. Navigation Company's fine 'new screw steamer STORM, HPHE Port Albert Steam JL INTmnn'ofiA^ nmYinnmr'c* •fino rjlENDERS will be received by the Manager of the- Port Albert Steam Navigation Company .-for the "purchase -of Sixty-seven sliares (of above •Company) of TniGnty-fi.ee pounds. Five pounds already paid on each. Tendersrequired to state the- number and amount ottered foreach share: 1 101*0 ' " Cth December, 1S55. ! NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY ... I/ON DON. . < ; Established 1836. TNCORPORATED by Act of Pnrlia ment, for Eire arid Life Assurances. Capital £1,259,760 sterling*. TURNBULL and CO, '' i4'012 .... Sub-agents, Port Albert. PORT ALB Ell T BAKER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

TI0J5.—We, wish 'to draw the attention of our Subscribers to the fact ■that, with our next issue, a, new 'quarter ■commences, and that, the subscriptions, due for the same, should be paid as early as possible. We hope that those mho are still, hi arrears for the first quarter will bear in'mind 'that funds are as essential to the -viialiti/- of,- a newspaper as .of any other, undertaldnq,. and, that if they wish to possess a 'Journal - worth hdvihff, the :least they can do is to pay fou it.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARIirVED (POUT AC11BRT).' ..1V I .December 20.—Macquaric, briguntine, 130 tons Cnpt. Dodil, from I-Ioburt Town. December 24.—Oberon, iva.s.n. Go's. Steamer, *66 tons, P; Patterson, from Melbourne, with . •coals. • ■ ' ci.earkd OUT. iie'cember 24.—H. S. Page, })arqiio, T. Spring, ■ for Ilobart Town. Passenger, Mrs.. Jones. . • IMl'OllTS. ■■■'■' ' ' December 20.—Macquaric, from TTobavt Town; •1 lilid. Geneva, 10 brls. hottlerl beer. 10 hhd. por ter, order; 1 qr. cask sherry, Gellion; 3 cases raspberry, vinegar, -5 cases lemon synip; 2 cases champagne, 4 bags sugar, Hart; 11 bags flour, Black; G00 ft. timber, Dodd. UXPOItTS. December 2'4.—H. S. Pago,'for Hobart Town ; '79 head cattle, 300 sheep. .

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