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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Saturday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

COMJIERCIAJ, INTELLIGENCE. Ale—Bass s, per hlul ' ' £10 10 0 Worthiington and Robinson's, No. 10 10 0 Allsopp's No. 3,'per hhd 10 .0 0 Burton Brewery Company : ,10. 0, 0 Other brands, per hhd '. 8 10 0 Alsopp's, dozen lis 6d Byass's; dozen 10s Gd to lis. , PoitTEH-—Barclay, in.wood, per hhd, . .£8 0 0 . Truman's X, -do do 7 0 0 Truman's XX, do do 8 0 0 Byass's, per dozen, quarts 12s Whitebread's stout, per dozen 12s. Butteii—Cork dbl. rose, 2nds, per lb Is 8d American butter,.per lb, best Is. 5d. . , . Candles—Belmont sperm, sixes,. per lb Is lOd to Is ll^d; 'Composite, per lb Is 3d; Mould, tallow, per lb 8d to 8-|<L Coffee, per lb.—Ceylon,* plantation, Is.' to Is. Id; .Tava 8£d.' to lOd; Jamaica Is. to Is. Id. 3?i.ouk—Town made, per ton £26' .0 0 Firsts col. 20001b per ton ...... ' 25 10 0 Chillian, per ton . ... 2-t 0 0 Guain—Wheat, col. GOlb to; bushel 8s 'Gd- to 9s; Chillian 8s Gd; Oats, \V7, J). L.,: 40lb to bushel, 5s 9d to Os. Potatoes.—(per ton)— Best Derwent and ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). ' • April 6.—Oberon, i";a.s.N. Co's. steamer, 66 tons, P. Paterson, from Melbourne. April 7.—Mtuy Ann, Imgantine, 116 tons, G. Graves from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. April 9.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.nv Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne; Passengers—cabin; Messrs. E. W. Bayliss, P. McEarlane, S. Martin, J. MoKenzie, Encley, and Mr. and Mrs. Buttler. Steerage, 15. April 10.—Meg Merrilies, schooner, 79 tons, E. Green, from Sydney, with general cargo. Passengers—cabin; Mrs. Dexter, and Mr. Raymond. Steerage, 5. • .CLEANED OUT. April 9.—Mary Ann, brigantine, 116 tons, G. Graves, for Hobart Town. ' ■ IMl'OUTS. April 6.—Oberon, from : Melbourne; 2 lihds. brandy, .Turnbull and Co. April 7.—Mary'Ann,',from' Hobart Town; :l case boots, 3,300 feet boards, order; 60 battens, 1214 feet quartering,'Davis; 750 paling, 90 posts and rails, Fisher; 50 •bdle.s. shingles, Medley; 1 case drapery, Black; 10 cases apples, .Rex; 2 cask...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ON 1st January, 1856, tlie Gipps Land Guardian Subscription and Circulating LIBRARY will be opened to tlie public, consisting of Works by the following ^authors,'; Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt. Marryat. Gait, &c., &c. terns. TO THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. £2 2 0 .. . .^per annum. .10 6 ... .. per quarter. TO THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping a book longer than a week will be charged one shilling- extra for,every^three days beyond thkt time. g§f?i\r.J3. Parties receiving boohs mill be held responsible for their good keeping. Any boohs lost must be paid forand if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. ■■ l: , :; ; A Catalogue may be seen at the Office. Port Albert, 28tli Dec. 1855.. , job printing. ■ Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING poster s,:hawd-bills,;cards BILL-HEADS,'.CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE Agen...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 11th April, 1856. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

ftaniy <@uart fan, Friday, 11th April, 1856. THE ELECTIONS. The note of preparation is already sounded for the forthcoming' general election. Mr. Speaker Palmer lias addressed the consti tuency of the Western Province, and can didates for the Melbournites, the Worth and South Bourkites, and various other districts of the colony have been named; but it is probable the announcements: have no other foundation than mere > rumor. However, such as it is, we give our. readers the information as it appears. ! It is probable the Chief Secretary will offer himself for either North or : South Grant. The Commissioner of Trades and Customs for Portland. The Attorney-General, Messrs. O'Shan •assy, C. II. Ebden, W. Kerr (Town Clerk of Melbourne), and Dr. Greeves, for Melbourne. The Surveyor-General, Alderman Play ward, Messrs. W. Kerr, T. Rae, M. P. Smith, J. P. Fawkner, C. G. Duffy for Collingwood. Messrs. D. S. Campbell, H. Miller, and. R. Woolley for Richmond. The Commissioner of ...

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To January 7. Queenscliffe, April 2. 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To January 7. ; Queenseliffe. Anril 2. 1 Arrival of. the Waimer .Castle, from London, with the Bishop of Melbourne on ; hoard. Twenty-nine days later news. ; Ivars surrendered to the Russians.

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THE PEACE NEGOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

THE; PEACE NEGOOIATIONS. i The JSford of Brussels publishes, the following- telegraphic despatch, dated Ber lin Sunday evening', December 30thi A circular, emanating' from the Imperial Chancery of Petersburg', the 10 (22) •December, announcing- that the Emperor's consent to the third point's guarantees, formulated at the Vienna conferences, is regulated in the following manner• 1st. The principle of closing the Straits is to be maintained. 2nd. No flag of war shall be admitted into the Black Sea, except that' of the naval forces which Russia and Turkey may think it advisable to maintain there by common agreement. 3rd. The amount of these forces will be fixed by a direct agreement between Rus sia and Turkey, without the ostensible; participation of the other powers. The hews of an armistice is false. - < Erzeroum, December 11. Our first, news of the probable falling,of Kars reached us through that , fine old soldier General Tiinetty, riding in hot haste to reach this (Ezer...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. The Ridge, April 4, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

correspondence: . To the Editor of the Gipps Zand Guardian. : • The Eidge, April 4; 185G. oik,—it was onJy on my return nome trora Melbourne, tliut the several numbers of your pub lication (accumulated during my absence) came' under my notice, arid I remark; ? that some of my observations in the Legislative Council Chamber have no! iiiot with your approbation. It appears to me, however, that you are' not fully informed on the various subjects on which you luvvo,ex pressed an opinion, arid; as I can only suppose that your remarks are published with a . view to make known the real position and . exigencies '.'of the district I waivo all personal feeling in the matter, nnd give you such . information as you seem to lack, whilst at the same time I disentangle my observations from the confusion into which you have thrown them; I do not say intentionally, because I am quite awarethat j'our information is derived from newspaper reports, which are not always the most explicit; for..instance...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. County Court of Gipps Land.-— (Jurisdiction to £10 and £200.)—The County Court of Gipps Land will be hol- den at the Court House, at Alberton, on Thursday, the 15th day of May next, and the following day at the hour of Ten in   the forenoon. Plaints must be delivered   at this office on or before Thursday, the   24th of April next. Defences or sets-off   must be filed on or before Monday, the 12th day of May.     Arrival.—Mrs. Dexter, the somewhat notorious lecturer on Bloomerism and kin dred subjects, has arrived in Gipps Land, by the Meg Merrilies, from Sydney. On her departure from Sydney Mrs. Dexter was presented by her admirers with a piece of plate. We believe she intends to   remain in Gipps Land for some little time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, commencing 1ST feb.,; 1856. : rpHE Port Albert Steam ^ Navigation Company's fine 'new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from tlie Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £o Steerage £2 5s. : Freight,'per ton £2 ' For- Freight or Passage apply to ' WM. DOIIERTY, Manager, 127*03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1S56. TX^ANTED at the Mo'e Swamp, a few ' * ' Axe men .and Splitters, used to heavy, timber .work. - .Apply after- 17th April, on the ground to T. HINCLEY. i : - .262. ADVERTISEMENTS. AN adjourned general Meeting- of the Shareholders of the Port Albert Steam Navigation Company will be held at Port Albert, on Thursday, 24th day of April, instant, at 12 o'clock noon, for the: purpose of electing three Directors in the room of those rehiring by rotation, (who offer themselves for re-election) Retiring directors—James Davis, Esq., G. D. Hedley, Esq., D. Turnbull, Esq. By Order, ,W. DOIIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. Agent by Appointment. ■; Subscribers namct received at 'the Office of this Paper fur the Mkuiouivnb Punch! ' ' ' ' Subscriptions, payable in advance:—• 10s. per quarter, by Post lis. NOTICE. - rrq-IE- Government Gazette beings reg'u larly received at the' Office of this Paper, our.''Subscriber::ai'e at' liberty to refer to it at any time. ADVERTISEMENTS. T>OOKS just received and on sale at the -L* Gipps Land Guardian General Prin ting and. Stationery Warehouse. ' Paley's,/Works Daubignes'History of the Reformation —(4 vols.,'in 2) ' '"l" ' Bibkerstetli's Scripture Help Palgy's Philosophy ' Jeremy Taylor's Holy Living , and • Women of Israel—(2 ,vols.) . ■ i ■ ; The1 Crisis of' Being- ' / • ' ; Tlie FloVer'Fadecl : ' • The Moravians in Labrador. ■ • Dictatfnarjr 'tif ";A^cul^e^-(12 p,a?fc?) Chambers I^foir^atipn. jfqr 'the: Peoplq.v . Tlie l^a&onal'jQ^olpps^ ' ■ Hones1-'Popular'Worlcs and Everlasting Calendar—Year Book. " " ' Outlines of English Literature ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, commencing 1ST feb., 1856. THE ^>01*' ^^ert 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. Fakes—Cabin £5 Steerage £2 5s. Freight, per ton £2 For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 127-03 Port, Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. Reported Gold Field at Corner Inlet. rpHE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company purpose sending the Steam Ship u OBERON " on an excursion trip to Corner Inlet, remaining there one clear day, of which further notice will be given. By Order, WM. DOHERTY,, Secretary, p.a.s.n.co. April 17, 1856. 269-2 AN adjourned general Meeting of the Shareholders of the Port Albert Steam Navigation Company will he held at Port Albert, on Thursday, 24tlx day of April, instant, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing three Directors in the room of those .'retiring by rotation, (who offer themselves f...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

SHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE. arrived;'(pout'axbert). ' April 13.—Macquarie^ schooner,- • 130 - >tons. Capt. Dodd, from llobart Towji. TurnbulLand Co., agents. . April -14.—Eclipse, schooner, ■ 190 .' tons,. B. -,i White, from l-Iobart Town. Turnbull and Co. agents. _4 . , i • " > April 16.—-Storm Bird, i\a.s.n.- .Co's 'Steam- • er, 75 tons, J. B. SydseriF, from Melbourne; Passengers—cabin'; Kew P. K.' Simmons, Messrs. Stratton, and Darden. Steerage, 9. April 17.T^l-lo1on ; ,.S.- ; Page,' ; barque, , 226 tons, T. Spring, ;from llobart Town,.in .ballast. Turnbull and Co, agents. ■ ci.uaukd otrr. April 15.—Macquarie,- schooner,- 130 tons, ^G;~ Dodd, for llobart Town. April .16.—Eclipse, - schooner, -190: tons, B. White, for llobart1 Town. 'iairoiiTS. .April 13.—Macquarie, .from IToljart Town;' 2 hhds. wine, 2 qr. casks do, 10 cases Geneva, 2r hlids, brandy, 24 cases ale, 1 hlul., do, 1 case champagne, 17 bags liouiy Monaghan; 1 case drapery, J. II. Smith; 2 qr. casks wine, 1 case &...

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BREWSTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

"RREWSTER SESSIONS. All licenses were renewed, to present holders without any complaints; which is somewhat creditable to the houses of the Upper District. Sale.—There were three applications for licenses, not hitherto granted :—J. B. Smith for premises recently occupied by C. J. Tyers, Esq., to he called the Royal Exchange. The owner of the property intends to add an extensive building 70 feet long- by 25 feet broad, in addition to the premises already erected. Stratford.—J. Burnett for a large and commodious house, built by Mrs. McLarran, to be called the Sir Emmerson Tennant. • Nicholson Diggings.—Charles Mar shall, to be called the Lord Nelson. The applications for the abovementioned licen ses were granted by the Bench.

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 18th April, 1856. JOHN KING, ESQ., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

<!0tpps HanU <@uatftran, Friday, 18th April, 1856. JOHN KING, Esq., M.L.O. In our last we inserted a letter from. Mr. King, in which h.e attempts to justify, or, at least, excuse the reprehensible course lie pursued in the Legislative Council ■.■when the interests of' the district he was vainly supposed to represent: were brought under the notice of that bod}'. He sets out by supposing", thatour re-; marks were published with a view to make: known the real position and exigencies of the district, and therefore he, waives all personal feeling- in' the matter.". -Mr. King is quite correct in his supposition. Our sole aim, since the first publication of the paper, has been to make known " the real position and exigencies of the district," with a view to the speedy development of: its rich and vast resources. And in order to the accomplishment of, this result,"v'we have urged'the importance of good roads both within and beyond ' the district and the necessity of at...

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SALE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

SALE COMIIs G ELECTION, : The inhabitants: of Sale and the Upper District are on the stir—-anxious to. know who is to represent them in : the forth coming- Legislative Council. They con vened a public meeting- to be'lield at the Fool Pack Inn, Sale, on Tuesday evening last, to consider who should be invited to take the field. The room was well filled soon after the appointed time, and several resolutions were adopted by the meeting1; the only one however our readers will care to learn is the following:—"That the Honorable the Surveyor-General from his abilities and General knowledge of the district, and more particularly from the desire he has always shewn in-his en deavors to'advance the^interests of Gipps Land, is a proper person to obtain our suffrages at the forthcoming election." It was also resolved^in[pursuance of the above resolution to present a requisition, signed by the electors, to the Surveyor General calling upon" that gentlemen to offer himself as a candidate at the c...

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AGRICULTURE AND ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

AGRICULTURE Ai\TD ROADS. | We remember to have seen it laid' down as a fixed principle by an eminent Ameri can writer on agriculture, that land is, comparatively of no valueuntil it is cleared and cultivated. Erom this * impregnable position in relation to that country he went on to arg-ue the incumbent duty of the state to sanction the occupation of the land, either on the easiest possible terms, or by simple gift, with the sole condition of cer tain improvements within a limited time. Now there is a considerable^difference be tween Canada or the United States and this country. In either of those countries: the above assertion, that the land is of little worthuntil cleared: and1 cultivated, is an incontrovertible .fact, because, however well those places may be adapted for,tlie rearing of flocks and ■■herds, it has never been- fol lowed. : as a distinct occupation; whereas, in this country,; that having" become- a regular :business, the land here is of consi derable value, as a gra...

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WET NURSES TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

WET NURSES TO ORDER. " Tim! Tim Dolan!" shouted the master of Kildare House, at the top of his voice. "Hear, yer honor," was Tim's reply from below and in a moment, a shook head of red hair, accompanied by an indescri bable physiognomy, and an ungainly per bon, appeared in the presence. "Tim, quick, saddle a horse, and ride down to the village; hire the first woman you ca,n. find with a young child, and bring her home with you. Never mind the price!" exclaimed the master. " Sorra a one of me knows who I'll get, yer honor," returned Tim. " What! not • one woman in the village who has a young- child?" asked Mr. 0 O'Connor. " Divil a one, savin your prisence, since blissed' ■ Father Moriarty was called to heaven, two long- years agone," was Tim's reply. " What shall we do ? What shall we do?" exclaimed, the master wringing- his hands. " The Doctor says if we cjon't get a wet nurse this nig-ht, my poor infant heir is doomed." " Ocli! why didn't you . say so ?"' re turned Tim, "I'll find...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

IMEOUNDINGS. TMPOUNDED at Sale, 29th March, 1856, by Mr. Thomson. 1 black, yearling' filly, unbranded, two white hind stockings, star on forehead, white streak across the nostril 1 bay filly, like JW near shoulder, black points, star forehead 1 brown gelding, y near shoulder, black points ■ - ■ 1 bay filly, like H near shoulder, blotched brand off back, black points, star forehead 1 chesnut filly, X,off shoulder If not claimed and?expenses;paid, to be sold nn 30th April, 1856. HENRY R. MILLER, Poundkeeper. ' '

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LAND SALE AT ALBERTON. On 16th May, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

. LAND SALE AT ALBERTON. ... On 16th May, 1855. The following- Town, Suburban, and Country Lots will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Police Office, Alber •ton. Deposit—10 per cent. TOWN LOTS—Seacombe. Lot. 1. Two roods, allot. 1 of sec. 1. Upset price £8 per acre. The improve ments on this lot have been valued at £950, which amount must be added to the upset price and paid for at the time of sale. Lot 2. Two roods, allot. 2 of sec. 1. Upset price £8 per acre. Lot 3. Two roods, allot. 1 of sec. 4. Upset price £8 per acre. The improve ments upon this lot have been valued at £30, which amount must be added to the upset price and paid for at the time of sale. Stbadbboke. Lot 4. One acre, allots. 1 and 2 of sec. 1. Upset price £30 per acre. The im provements upon this lot have been valued at £550, which amount must be added to the upset price and paid for at the time of sale. Lot 5. Two roods, allot. 3 of sec. 1: Upset price £8 per acre. Lot 6. Two roods, allot. 4 'of' sec....

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

; : colonial • intelligence: ; , Sinoulah. Case.'—A case of rather a remarkable-character will,- in the'course.of. a shorktime, be brought before the Supreme" lOourt:". '.'About5' eig'Titeenmonths since a rather; extensive .'gold1-buyer- deposited with1 'one 'of'the; banks: a number of-bags contain- - ing gold dust, which he. intended5 to take with., him upon a contemplated trip to England;; f.tFponitaking the gold from the bank an impression .existed- that one more bag, had been deposited .with the .hank;- yet as, it., was believed ; that,ithe i- aggregate quantity, of gold, was- - pretty- nearly,- that which, had; been .• depositedjj.-and.!as, more over^ in, those, times ;aL few ounces of- - gold jvere.not.considered of much account, not much notice,was taken .ofjthe circumstance, the : depositor , merely remarking, that lie was about, ,to .proceed'.to. ,Englarid with;'the • intention,,; how.eyeiy of returning-, to :'the; colony,,{\nd; if during -,-hisi-absence ': a hag bearing-, ...

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