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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 19th October, 1855. THE NEW CONSTITUTION AND COLONIAL PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
HaiitJ #uartJwn, Friday, 1 Qth October, 1855. THE NEW CONSTITUTION AND COLONIAL PARTIES. The prospect of the speedy arrival of our " New Constitution" has produced a more than usual earnestness in contesting' the choice of Representatives for the seats be coming' vacant in the Legislative Council. • In the Imperial Parliament the passing- of the Act was not productive of the customary logomachy. It was hurried through Com mittee in an off-hand manner, curiously illustrative of the feeling thatthese Colonies -are of small importance in the estimation of the House. A portion of an evening sufficed to pass throe Colonial Bills of great importance. The claims of the Colonies in reference to their constitution are based on five points," vizThe rig-lit of dis-. tributing- Colonial patronage. The appro priation of the Local Customs' Revenues. The contol of the civil list. The control and disposal of the waste lands, (this did hot seem to deserve even a passing remark.) " And the rig-lit of...
SCRAPS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
SCRAPS PROM THE SEAT OF WAR. How the Soundings were Taken at Keiitch.—The';sounding's Avliioli have enabled Admiitil'Lyons and Admiral Brunt to plan their successful attack upon ICertch were obtained in a curious manner. It appears, the Hig-hflyer' was on a surveying' expedition, when she saw a Russian vessel lying- in shore. It was-'immediately cap tured, when there was found on .board'the private carriage of" tlie Russian Governor of Kertch. Captain Moore instantly sent Lieutenant Hawkes with a polite rries.sag'e to the Governor, under a flag' of truce, stating' that the English cruiser was un willing to deprive him of his private pro perty/ and would have great pleasure in restoring the carriage to its former owner. The offer was accepted, and the ship's boats entered the .'Bay, of Kertch, with the vehicle,on board, sounding- as they went! By this means it was ascertained that there was a passage for the small steamers to within a short distance of the coast, and the Governor's c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
ADVERTISEMENTS. JOB PRINTING Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS,;HAWD-BILLS, CARDS) BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C,, executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST,REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE TO A D V12 LIT IS K IIS. Al) V K11T18 KM I2NTS not exceeding JO words will lie charged Is. 10 u orcls and under 20 - - - - 2s.' 20 „ „ 30 • - - - 2>. fid. 30 „ • „ .10 - - - - Gd. Advi'rthcnienls exceeding 40 words will lie charged* —■ r ilicll ------- fill. 2 Sh. a „ io=. fid. And 2s. w ill be charged;for every,iictdi(ioiiitl iiu h for each insertion, A dijcount of 10 per cent, will he alloncd (in ad venii-cmenls inserted'for iluec month:-, and 25 per cent.'for any fuilher peiiod. : Advertisements will be continHed until comiter iiinwlt'd. unless oilier wise speeified in liie oidcr ; and no Arlverliseniriilj can be withdrawn ai'ter ihmiii on /Weiim-Mlas!-. No verbal instruction1- can he attended in. ALl. Al>VEHTJSI!aiENTS' MI/ST UK PAID 'FOR ' ■ IN A I) ...
TARIFF OF DUTIES Payable on the following articles imported into Victoria all other merchandise being admitted duty free, from all countries, and under any flag. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
TARIFF OF DUTIES Tayable on the following articles imported into Victoria qU other..merchandise being admitted duty free, from all , - ^ countries, and under apy Jiag. a. >1. Ale, Porter, Spruce mid othor Beer, Cider and Perry, ' the gallon . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0 0 Clgurs, tho lb. •... ... ..." ... ... ■... ... ... 3 0 Cullce and Chicory the lb. . ... ... ... ... ... ... 0 2 Spirits, or strong wutora, of any strength not exceed ing ■ ttw .'strength: of: proof by Sykes' hydrometer, v. and so on in proportion for any greater or leas . Btrength than the strength of proof, the gallon ... 10 0 Spirits, Cordials, Wquours, or Strong Waters, nwoct ened or mixed with any article, so that the degree - . of Rtrength cannot bo ascertained by Sykes' liydro motor, the gallon .... ... ... 1,0 0 Spirits, perfumed," tho gallon ... ... ... ... ... 10 0 Sugar, raw arid refined, and sugar candy, por cwt G 0 Molasses and Treacle, the cwt. ... ... ... .30 Tea, the lb. ... ... ... ... ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SALE OF GIPPS LAND WOOL, ex Anglesey. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SALE OF GIPPS LAND WOOL, ex Anglesey. 246 CL in a triangle 10 lbs tare G bales s. 1 (I. 8 247 (lo - 4 do 1 ' 8 248 do 1 8 do ,■ 1 7£ 249 do . - 5 do 1 250 do 2 sorts Lk 1 do 1 7 251 do s , 1 do 0 11 252 McM 1-10 9 do 1 10.V 253 . do ■ 10 9 : do 1 ioj 254 do - 9 do 1 10A 255 do ,t — 9 do 1 10i 256 do ' - 8 do 1 10J 257! • do - 6 do 1 10J 10i 9 258 do , - 7 do 1 259 do 1 bale B 5 do 1 2G0 do P 6 do. 1 5i 4 261 do Lk 1 do 1 262 ■ C 12 G ' 7 do 0 9 2G3 do _ 7 do .■ 0 9 264 do - GM 6 do 0 9
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AN ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING Held at Tarraville Police Office, 18th October, 1855. G. D. Hedley in the Chair. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AN ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING Held at Tarraville Police Office, 18th October, 1855. G. D. Hedley in the Chair. The Chairman having briefly explained the provisions of the Road Act as applying to District Road Boards &nbsp; It was proposed by Mr. Wilkinson, seconded by Sir. Hobson— " That it is in the opinion of this meeting desirable that a Road Board should be established in the Police District of Alberton." Carried unanimously. Proposed by Mr. Howden, seconded by Mr. Monaghan— "That an Address be presented to His Excellency the Governor, praying that he will issue the necessary Proclamation for the establishment of a Road Board in this District." Carried unanimously. A Committee was then appointed for the purpose of preparing an Address to His Excellency in accordance with the previous resolutions. G. D. HEDLEY. We learn from the Victoria Police &nbsp; Gazette of the 5th instant, that a warrant has been granted by the Sale Bench for &nbsp;...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). October 16.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. White, for Hobart Town. No passengers. October 17.—Mary Ann, brigantine, 116 tons, G. Graves;-from Hobart Town. No passengers. October 17.—Macquarie, brigantine, 130 tons, Capt. Dodd, from Hobart Town. Passenger cabin; Mr. Williams. October 17.—H. S. Page, barque, T. Spring, &nbsp; from Hobart Town. Passengers—cabin; Messrs. A. N. Smith, and W. Frankland. October 18.—Storm Bird, P.A.S.N. Co's Steamer, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 75 tons, P. Patterson; from Melbourne. Passen- gers—cabin; Messrs. R. Turnbull, D. E. Farqu- har, Hastings, McArdell, A. Caruthers, G. Logan; steerage, fourteen. CLEARED OUT. October 18.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. White, for Hobart Town. &nbsp; October 17.—Mary Ann, schooner; G. Graves, &nbsp; for Hobart Town. &nbsp; IMPORTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; October 16.— Eclipse, from Hobart Town; 1 chest clothing, 3 ca...
PILOTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 October 1855
PILOTAGE. The following are the new rates of Pilotage which came into operation on the 1st January, 1855. - &nbsp; &nbsp; Sailing Vessel. Steamer and &nbsp; Vessel Towed by Steam. Maxi- mum. Mini- mum. s. d. &nbsp; s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. From without the Heads to Melbourne or Gee- &nbsp; long, and vice versa per ton . . . &nbsp; 0 10 0 6 67 0 0 10 0 0 From within the Heads to Melbourne or Gee- long, and vice versa per ton . . . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 0 6 0 4 40 0 0 7 0 0 Into or out of Port Albert, per ton . . . 0 6 0 4 40 0 0 7 0 0 Into or out of all other Ports, per ton . . . 04 0 3 27 0 0 3 0 0 Between Melbourne &nbsp; &nbsp; and Geelong, per ton 0 4 &nbsp; &nbsp; 0 3 27 0 0 3 0 0 The above rates include two removes by the Pilot, and any removes beyond that number to be charged at the rate or three hnlf-peni c per ton. Ships forced back after having been piloted to sea, onc-lial...
PARCELS SPECIALLY EXCEPTED FROM ORDINARY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
Parcels specially excepted fisom Ordinary Rates. 1. Bankers' packets containing notes, orders, cheque or pass-books, sent by or to any Bank or Banker. 2. Patterns or samples of merchandize. 3. Prices current and catalogues of merchandize open at each end. 4. Writs and proceedings of Courts of Justice, deeds of conveyance, affidavits, letters of attorney, depositions or recognizances sent by or to any Justice of the Peace or Coroner. 5. Votes and proceedings of Parliament and Colonial Legislature, open at each end. 6. Pamphlets, magazines, reviews, or periodical publipations (newspapers excepted). 7. Maps or plans sent by or addressed to the department of Surveyor General, or returns made to or from any part of the public service. 8. A single printed book. ■Weight not to exceed one pound. Dimen sions not to exceed 15 inches in length, 6 inches in breadth. ' Postage. Not exceeding four ounces, 6d. Every 'additional two ounces or fraction of two ounces, 3d. In addition to which there s...
VICTORIA RATES OF POSTAGE. Under the Postage Acts 17 Victoria, No. 30, and 18 Victoria, No.31. SCALE OF RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
■VICTORIA RATES OF POSTAGE. Under the Postage Acts 17 Victoria, JVo. 30, : and 18 Victoria, No.-31. • Scale of; Rates. Not exceeding half an ounce, One rate. Exceeding half an ounce and, not exceeding one ounce, Two rates. Every additional, ounce or fraction of an ounce, Two additional rates.
POETRY. THE AUTUMN LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
POETRY. r THE AUTUMN LEAP. By Charles Macliay. Pool1 autumn leaf! down floating ;• Upon the blustering gale; Torn from thy bough, Where goest now, "Withered and shrunk and pale? 'I go, thou sad enquirer, As list the winds to blow, Sear, sapless, lost, And tempest-tost, I go where all things go. The rude winds bear me onward As suiteth them, not me, O'er dale, o'er hill, Through good through ill, As destiny bears thee. 'What though for me one summer, And threescore for thy breath— I live my span, Thou thine, poor man! And then adown to death? ■ And thus we go together; For lofty as thy lot, And lowly mine, My fate is thine, , To die and be forgot!' ■■
POSTAGE ON LETTERS. Town. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
Postage: on - Letters Town. Under Unit' im ounce, One rate—2d. Exceeding- half and ounce, and not exceeding one ounce, Two rates—4d. Exceeding one ounce and not exceeding two ounces, .Four rates—8d. Exceeding two ounces and not exceeding three; ounces, Six rates—Is. And every ounce or fraction of an ounce four pence additional. : ■ Inland. Under half an ounce, One rate—4d. Exceeding half an ounce and not exceeding one ounce, Two rates—8d. Exceeding one-ounce and not exceeding two ounces, Four rates—Is. 4d. Excjeding two ounces and not exceeding three ounces, Six rates—2s. , And every ounce or fraction of an ounce eight pence additional. Ship—-for transmission out ofthe Colon)/. : Under half an ounce, One rate 6d. Exceeding half: an ounce and not exceeding one , ■ ounce, Two rates—Is. Exceeding one ounce and not exceeding two ounces, Four rates—2s. Exceeding two ounces and not exceeding three ounces, Six rates—3s. . ■ And every ouncc or fraction of an ounce one . shilling additional....
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
7C • SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arrived (pout albert). October 24.—Mariposa, schooner1, 190 tons, W. Croucher, from Launceston. » October 24.—Meg Merrilies, schooner, 79 tons, E. Green, from Refuge Cove. October 24.—Storm Bird, i'.a.s.k. Co's Steamer, 75 tons, P. Patterson, from Melbourne. Passen gers—cabin; Messrs. A. C. Pearson, and D. If. Pearson, Mr. Thomson, Mrs. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. McBeane. Steerage, 9. CLEARED OUT. October 19.—Ilclcn S. Page, barque, 225 tons, Capt. Spring, for Hobart Town. October 23.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, George Dodd, for Hobart Town. SAILED. October 24.—Macquarie, for Hobart Town. October 21.—Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town. urroKTS. October 24.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne, 2 $ casks brandy, 15 cases do, 1 keg whiskey, 1 case Geneva, 3 kegs wine, 6 cases do, 3 hhds ale, 1 cask ale, 1 case ale, 1 case porter, 5 chests tea, 10 half-chests tea, 20 bags sugar. October 24.—Mariposa, from Launceston; 1 ton Hour, W. Pearson; 2 tons potatoes, C cases pipes, 6...
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. : The Election for the City of Melbourne.—A general meeting- of Mi-. Gruikshank's committee was > lielcl on! Sa turday last at the Gritei-ion. Hotel,' when it were announced that matters were progres-: sing most favorably and from the voluntary pledges of support pouring in from all quarters little douljt could be entertained of the triumphant return of Mr. Oruikshank, should any gentlemen be found to be suf ficiently venturesome to contest the point with him. Fires.—On Saturday niglit last, about 9 o'clock, it was discovered that the Car penter's work-shops upon the site of the University Building, Melbourne, were on 1 fire, and in a few minutes they were re duced to ashes. A considerable quantity of carpenter's tools were destroyed.—On Sunday afternoon, about 1 o'clock, the back kitchen of some premises on the Punt Road, Richmond, occupied by Mrs. M'Kee, and the property of Mr. Thomas Strode, was destroyed by fire, the shingles having ignited from the int...
PILOTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
PTLOTArrrc The following are the new rates of Pilotage which came into operation on the 1st January, 1855. Sailing Vessel. Steamer and Vessel Towed by Steam. Maxi mum. Mini mum. ,. s. di' s. d. £ s. &lt;1 £ s.d. Fromwlthout tho Heads to Melbourne or Gee long, and vicc.versa per ton • ■ : .. . 0 10 \$te G7 0 0 10 0 0 From within the Heads to Melbourne or Gce , r long, • and vice, versa ,40'0 0 per ton .... ■. ■ , ;; . 7 0,0 Into or out of Port . . ' Albert, per ton . :... 40 0 0; 7 0 0 Into or out of nil other i' Ports, per ton . . . °;.4 27 0 0 8 0 0 Between Melbourne , and Gcciongy per ton 0 4 0 3 27 0 0 3 0 0, The above rates ineludo two removes by tho Pilot/and any. rornoves beyond tliat number to be charged at tlic rate of three half-pem e per. ton. ■- • > ' , . Ships forced back after having been piloted to sea,'one-half of the above latcs. TONNAGE. . On all Yosscls arriving in Victoria, per ton, Is. • !> - k ' Note.—No \ easel .-hall pay the ubovo duty more tlmn ...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
ENGLISH NEWS. jUuropean intelligence was received up to the 11th July, via Adelaide, from which .the following- is subjoined:—■ ...... From'a message received at the war; office General Simpson intended to open a heavy fire on the Kedan on the 10th July. The health of the troops was satisfactory, and the French batteries in.Careening. Bajr were progressing rapidly. There are some signs of a renewal, of active operations in the Baltic. ; Her Majesty's ship Magieienne captured 30 Russian Galliots; 29 of them were des troyed. Tlie fort of Rotsinsham had been blown up by the Arrogant. No attack had' been made on Gronstadt. General de Berg in his defence of the Hango Massacre, accuses the; English of stratagem, asserts that, the flag-of .'truce was a "small" one, and justified the out-:, rage as fair retaliation for some alleged at--: tack by an: English vessel on a village under a flag of truce. The defence was most unsatisfactory, and instructions' had been forwarded to Admiral Ihuidas...
RURAL CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 October 1855
RURAL CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER Kitchen Garden.—If the season tie mild sow cucumbers and melons, dwarf kidney beans, the seed for a full summer crop of turnips, full crops of the different kinds of peas, celery, onions, leeks, small salads, lettuces, and American or land cress, and scarlet runners ; plant out pumpkins, gourds, vegetable marrow, cabbages, gar lic, eschalots; and for medicinal purposes plant camomile. A crop of potatoes may now be planted. • Transplant cabbages, garlic, eschalots, and chives. Thinning and weeding must now be carefully per formed, particularly of carrots, parsnip^ and onions; after thinning onions plant out those thinned from the bed as they often become the best crops. Kidney beans and tender plants should now be sheltered by sticking boughs of honeysuckle over them, as the leaves of honeysuckle do not drop off Nursery and Fruit Garden.—Continue examining newly gTaffced trees, replacing the clay where it has dropt oft'. Wall trees now require attention ; r...