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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. TRIP TO THE Reported Gold Field at Corner Inlet. rpHE Port Albert Steam Navigation i-*- Co.'s steam ship " OBERON" • will ou Mftnday the 12th inst., at 10 o'clock a.m., leave ,Port Albert for Corner Inlet, (weather permitting-),''remaining- • one clear clay. Fares, Saloon'80s;,'Fore Cabin.20's., oiot including provisions. i N.B. Refreshments will- be supplied-, by Mr. Gellion on reasonable terms. 289-0 '' W; DQHERTY- Manager. STEAM TO MELBOURNE,. ■' ; COMMENCING 1ST FEB., 1856. Albert Steam -^Navigation Company's fine new screw isteamer 'STORM BIRD, J. • B. Sydserffj Commander, will sail from the. Cdmpany's ^Yharf .'.fo'i: . above Port every Friday,,at JLa.m;-punctually. - Faiies—Cabin £5 Steerag-e £2-5s. Freight, per , ton £2, , For Freight or Passage apply'to '' Wm! | DOHERTY, Manager, 127/03-. • • Port Albert; 31st Jan., 1856. rn ■ BURROWS, Agent 'for " Can-on X • " Timber Yard," has' for sale French i casement windows,' sash windows, doors, i Scotch and American ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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A PROPHECY AND ITS RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

A PROPHECY AND 'ITS .RESULT. In tlie article on Mr. King's letter which appeared'in-our last, \ve alluded to a state-; ■ mentmade by Mr;"Chapman in his maiden : speech in the Legislative Council of Victoria; : In that speech Mr; Chapman spurned 'the ■ notion that Victoria would ever- become an agricultural country, or > that we should ever supply ourselves . with food ■ raised'in : this colony. A meeting1 to devise measures in reference to the election o+" members for the district of St; Kilda and Prahran. was latety held, ;at which Mr;Chapman made a long speech, and gave an outline of his political creed, file would: abolish .property qualification' ; for members; lie was so anxious about edu-: .cation that he voted for-both the National land the Denominational: Boards, though neither of them was quite to his mind j he would 'abolish state aid .to religion;' he would vote for universal suffrage; and he: would give !£10,000: a year to Lord Elgin, ■if ;that, nobleman were •,sent; ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Port Albert, 28th April, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. To'the Editor oftlie Gipps Land Guardian.. Port Albert, 28th April, 1850.;, >. Sir,—As one of those who hailed with_satis faction" the establishment of your paper " ih this district as an indication of 'progress and forerun ner of improvement, I venture to hope, that you will give me an opportiinity 'bf expressing, the re gret that I, in common with many'of your sub scribers, feel, that you should liave entered upon a course that must prove' detrimental to your own interests, and "diminish the influence your publi cation inight otherwise.exercise—I allude to your late attack upon our representative. • Mr. King's political conduct is of course open to comment, as'that-of"any public" man is in a free country, but any animadversions made in an unfair spirit arid not grounded'iri trutli^ lose their force and degenerate into calumny. * I shall be able to shew' that'your reriiarks would bear'this construction; though', .1 prefer 'believing that' they originated in ignor...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Electioneering Matters.—Wecon\x=req-\ gratulate the electors of the lower or Al\x=req-\ berton district on the prospect of two or thi-ee candidates offering- for their suffrages. It is a matter of vital importance to the country generally, that there should be some choice, and that the best men should be selected. Now that the seat is to be contested here, we hope such will be case in the upper district. We understand that Mr. John Orr is in the field, and that he will be at Poi'fc Albert in a few days. The Surveyor-General has declined the requisition from Sale, and will stand for South Melbourne. High Tide.-—On Monday evening- last the tide at this port was higher than has been known formany years, extending- up the Tai-ra road as far as the Ship Inn. Pitoiapic .Chop of Potatoes.—Mr.. John Carpenter,.of Yarram Yairam, is now gathering in a crop of potatoes, the yield is enormous, and the magnitude of some roots induced him to weigh , one or two, which exceeded-...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE UPPER DISTRICT OF THE GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

•to.,the electors,:0&the, ■'" " district k0f,' tripps laistd. l" *'V*' /pi ENTLEMENj^Thc...time is now;fast,ap pro'aching.wh'en it will be necessary for you to elect a Menib'er of the'Iicgisliitive"Assembly to'ref present' your interests;'andincommon with 'your-' solves l cannot but feel that.it is a most important > duty,, and requires our.;best, and most;'matured i consideration';" and in'doing myself-'tho' honor' of soliciting yourH'otes'I trust I am fully impressed ; with tWrosponsibilityofthcoffico, and the grave : iiature of the services ;I shall, have ,to perform. •' • - In presenting myself to you as a candidate for the, honorable post of yoiir representative, J, beg • to 'submit to you|'in as few words' iis possible,' my •i views on: several subjects that must come ".under, the consideration., of ; our new,, Legislature. As first on the list I may state that, with regard to i State aid to Religion, X have already recorded my ivote in favor of the i50,000 which oi...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

POTTP.-R TNTTCLT;TftENCE. ALBERTON.-; f: . Police constable, l'Vanas l&eelerte Ar nold^ v (lock-up -keeper, Alberton,) was brought up. on Tuesday, last on a charge of •violating:.the prison regulations. : It would appear that liquor has been smug-g-led; into .the; lock-up, for the; free aise of prisoners under his charg-ehowever, as a principal witness,' who had been summoned did !not appear, a .warrant was issued for. his,appre hension,; and-the case; adjourned to next Tuesday. ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS;; TO THE ELECTORS OF THE1 '• UPPER DISTRICT OF. GIPPS LA'ND. GENTLEMEN,—It is my intention to address you at an early date, for the purpose of soliciting' your votes for my election as a member i of tlie House of Assembly. ' •' JOHN ICING. Tlie Ridge, April 19, 1856. 272-0

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

MELBOURNE, Mr. Chapman ^las^ addressed : the electors of; St. Kilda and Prahran^ 'at7a meeting- in "■Prabran,-. said to have .beenconvened by I his friends ; to give him-. the opportunity: Tie■'lias- also liad= another occasion for tie-" li vering- ■ an'> address . by ■ being1 appointed chairman' of.^a•IT^eeting• in 'Brighton, when a committee < was ■ appointed to .• see that everyone qualified was put upon the-:'elec toral roll. ' ' Mr.' Sargood has received a requisition from nearly three hundred electors of St. ICilda, to allow ■■himself: to be put in nomi . nation: for that district, and has ■ acceded to the-request. He gives a statement of his political views, which-are in brief—that he; upholds the ballot, witli a little alteration; opposes the • grant for , religion; would rather' there had been only one'house of representatives; but the two ought to have :aV-fair 'trial; is anxious ■ for public educa tion;: but would not have it u confounded; and combined with ...

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IMPORTANT FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

I. IMPORTANT PROM AMERICA. I .: The British and North American 'Royal Mail steam ship America, brings advices from New York to the 29th January, Bos ton 30th, land Halifax to the 1st February. Iier advices are three days later than those .brought by the Hermann, at Southampton, and are of considerable importance, inciu dino-j as they, do, a,report of the discussion of the Central American difficulty in the Senate. -•' ■ The Neiv -Ywh-SeraM-' predicts -great consequences from: !the resumption of the debate, which was adjourned. It remarks —" All! that is necessary to bring Palmer ston :and'•'.Clarendon- to a definite under standing and* reparation,-, is- a bold and un compromising demahd for a yea or nay peace or war. We expect much from the Senate in the prompt solution of this squab ble. A firm stand will- secure the right' without the hazards of war; and this being done> all further trouble for the future will be avoided by knocking this Clayton-Bul wer treaty on the head, and ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT Saturday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE I'llIGES. GUU11ENT. ' Saturday, April 5. Ai-e—Bass's, per hhcl.. ' ■ BurtonBrewery-Company Other brands, per hhcl £10 0 0 9 10 t> 9 0 0 Alsopp's, dozen 1 Is ^d'By ass's, dozen :10s : Gd to 12s. Pouteii—-Barclay, in wood,, per lihd £9 0 0 Byass's, per dozen, quarts 12s Whitebread's stout, per dozen 12s: ■ • ' BuTTEit—Cork dbl.t rose, .'2nds, per lb Is 3d American butter, per lb, best Is 2d. Candles—Belmont sperm, sixes, perlb:. Is 9jd to'ls lOd; Composite,-per 'lb' Is 3d; Mould;: tallow, per:lb 8d to 8^d; 1 r' Coffee, per> lb.—Ceylon, ;plantation,;,ls..-to Is. Id; .Java 8£d. to 10d;. Jamaica Is. to Is.-, Id 1 Er.oiin—Tbwn made, per ton* ? X20 .: 0.. 0 Eirsts col. 20001b pur ton '2(5 0 0 Chillian, per.ton '. 2G-. 0 ' 0 Grain—Wheat,. col. GOlb to ■ bushel 8s 'to 9s; Chillian 8s Cd; Oats, V. X). L., 40lb to bushel, .'is 9d to Gs. ' > Potatoes.—(per ton) — Best:'Denvent / and Circular Head :-£8; to £ 10, Now Zealand AG. ; Sugau, per lb—Sydney, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARUIVED (I'OP.T ALBERT). i April 30.—Storm Bird, j-.a.s.h. Go's Steamer, 75 tons, J. 23. Sydserftj from Melbourne; Passengers—eabin; Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Miss Williams. Steerage, 9. imi'outs. April 30.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 17 half-chests tea, 2 qr. ehests do., 3 boxes do., 2 boxes tobacco, 11 bags sugar, 14 eases wine, 1 tin coffee, 37 bags sugar, 1 qr. cask port wine, .order. Messrs. William Bayles and Co. have been appointed by the directors of the Port Alberi Steam Navigation Company^the agents - in Melbourne for their boats.

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE DESPATCH FROM GENERAL CODRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE DESPATCH FROM GENERAL CODRINGTON. Lord Panmure lins this day received a despatch addressed to his lordship by Gen. Sir W. Codiing-ton, dated Feb. 2nd, and stating- that the destruction of' the docks of Sebastopol is now entirely completed. The sides of the last dock were blown down yesterday morning, small parts of the wall only remaining1 here and there; thus the "whole of the canal and entrance to the North Docks, in charge of the French— the basin in our mutual charge, and the South Docks, in charge of the English, are but shapeless masses of dirt, broken stones, beams of timber, and shattered gates, pro truding from the heap of confusion. The despatch concludes by stating that the destruction of other things will continue. The Advertiser asserts, on the highest' authority, that a coalition has been formed between France and Austria for the pur pose of mortifying and humiliating Sardinia at the approaching- conference, if they can not succe...

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THE MORMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

THE MORMONS. By the last packet from the United States we received several numbers of the Dcscret News, a weekly paper of the Great Salt Lake City, which circulates 4000 copies, and which is like many other second-class American journals. It contains tolerably lull accounts of the war, in which the Mor mons, who have some of their people fight ing in our army—take a great interest ad verse to Russia. A very detailed life of Joe Smith, the founder of the sect, is in the course of publication in each successive number. The sermons of the different " Elders" of the Church are reported; elec tions, arrivals and departures of missio naries and immigrants, and other business are described; the season and the crops are adverted to; the deaths of distinguish-; ed members of the society noticed; and a variety of other matters are mentioned in teresting alike to the "Saints" at home and abroad, and to persons everywhere who do not belong to the community, Nume rous extracts are inserted from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

A LL kinds of W^CHES and,CLOCKS -*"t- .thoroughly',examined,^'adjusted* ^and repaired at' moderate' prices'' hy WV, B. ROSS, Tarraville. ' 224-03 BANK OF. YIC'IIORIjL Incorporated by Act' of; Council; PORT albert: BRANCH— . ' • ' ; GIPPS LAND. " _ m () 'THIS BRANCH'is now open for the **- transaction "of.- general.. Banking\x=req-\ Busiuess.- •• • • • - • ;Cash .deposits ,received,':'and'iLocal' de-' posit receipts, granted. . .... X""',s.'-V Draftsgranted', on'.ifiie;3ffead^0ffice.-at. Melbourne, and on tlie• Branches .of the Dank at Geelong,' Belfast, ;Warrna,mbooly Sandhurst,: Castlemaine,. Ballaarat^', ^voca,:' Maiyborough,l'arid'Ragiah.'" ' . . u'-w't Also on the Agencies in London, Sydney^. Adelaide; 'Hobart Town,' and Launceston.' The highest price ffivm;for, . Gold.,, , », By Order of the Board of Directors • •"W: H. PARR, ., • i! ■ >• Manager. Port Albert, 31st March, I860.' • • 21-2-03' , ; '.A card. \ y ' 1 ' 'Mr'/Tlmiias Burrows,' \ watchmaker 'and jeweller, | ^ TARRA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. •rpHE following- Works may be had in a cheap form at the Guardian Office, Port Albert. Heir of Selwood Electra Landmarks of the History of Eng-land Southey's Ballads Burmah and the Burmese Ruth Hall Roving- Englishman in Turkey The Red Rover Irving-s Tales of a Traveller Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry Attila Transatlantic Wanderings The Tower of London Conquest of Mexico (Prescott's) Famous Persons and Famous Places The Crimea, with a visit to Odessa Godolphin The Disowned Devereux Mirth and Metre Pictures of Town April 11th, 1856. , pilILDRENS BOOKS on sale at the ^ Gipps Land Guardian General Printing office, arid' Stationery Warehouse, Port Albert, are . New Stories'suggested by Old Rhymes The' Favorite' Story Book Bible Stories The Triumphs of Perseverance Aunt'Effie's" Tales The Child's...First Book Forest'Liffy a' Fisherman's sketches in Norway and Sweden Esjieranza, or ■" the Home of the Wanderers Evenings'at! Home' Edgar Cl...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.' Scotch 'Thistle.—We..are sorry/to observe that this obnoxious plant is making\x=req-\ its appearance in many parts of this district, and would direct tlie attention of our readers to the provisions of an Act passed ■in tlie last session for■; its eradication^ and wliicli we publish in full in tliis number.\x=req-\ The Courts.—The Judge and Crown, Prosecutor arrived by 'the Stonn 33irtl? about twelve o'clock on Wednesday. Tliey 'were met by Captain Carey, S.M., and Limit. Slade,J.P. The' police,' under tlie direction of Mr. Sub-Inspector Christian, escorted tliem to Alberton. Wo believe there is:; not more than two eases for the Court of General-Sessions; There were about twenty-five . cases ; ;for the County Court, many of . which have; been < settled out of court. .. . ■ Public • Lands.—The sale of lands advertised to take place at -Alberton/ on the lGtli, is postponed to Friday, tlie 23rd instant. i Fatal Accident. — On Wednesday i last -Mr. Thoma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

Collector's Observations or Objections. f 'Qualification not received. Objected as not naturalized. Not been able toTascer\x=req-\ tain Christian name. Not able to obtain Christian name. Objected as not naturalized. Christian and Surname. Gibson, Richard Big-nail Glenn, Alexander Glen, John Goy, George Guy, George Alack Greenwood, "William Griffiths, John Gately, John Hamilton, Alexander Rankin Hapenny, James Hart, James Johnston Harris, Samuel Hare, Robert Hawley, Prank Hastings, George Haywood, Joseph Hedley, George Dixon Herbert, Christopher Hiho, Richard Hilks, Harry Iiobson, Edwin Hodgson, Henry Hodgson, George Hood, John Hogarth, William Hollingsworth, William Holloway, Jolm Horton, Charles Thomas Howden, William Johnston, John Jones, Edward Jones, Edward Jones, John Jones, William Kelsall, Edward Kemp, George Kennedy, Timothy j Kilmartin, Jolm Kelly, John Kay, Thomas Lamb, John Lassen, Peter Law Henry Leadbeater, Edwin, Lear,"John. . .. Leatliam, Lett, William .. Levy, Isaac ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. .. TARRAViliLR.' 'i On Saturday last, — DeBealrer appeared in court to answer two summonses, obtained by Percy and ITannay, to compel payment qf wages, &c. Defendant lias •charge of- a. surveying- party,: engaged in this district. Plaintiffs were engaged by him as assistants, and' on their being discharged he demurred to pay their wages; Defendant attempted to show that plaintiffs were servants of Government, but the Bench thought their agreement proved to the contrary, and gave verdicts for the full amount sought, viz., Percy £8 14s., and Hannay £16 ; three weeks' time allowed to pay it in. '' • • ALUEKTOiV.. V On -Monday last,. 'Mr.' Scott summoned J. Oastler for abusive • language. The complainant's case was conducted by( Mr. Leadbeater, and fully'proved.....--The Bench. 'ordered-a fine of £5, against which defendant gave notice of appeal.. to the : Quarter Sessions. .' Mr. Grant'. com])lained t against-the former complainant, Mr. Scott, for non-pay-;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. LIST of Persons claiming or supposed to be entitled to Vote in the Election of a Member of the District of Alberton. | Collector's Observations or Objections. Not able to obtain resi- ) dence and Christian j name. ) Objected as.'not ' Naturalized. Christian and Surname. Abson, Matthew Adams, Robert Amy, John, sen. Amy, John, jun. Appleyard, Peter ' , Baker, Edward Basset, Jonathan Bean, Rev. Willougliby Beilby/John Wood Belcher, William Redmond . Bennett, Iiemy Bennison, Richard Black, Henry Bodmin, Henry Bonrke, John Bourkman, John Boys, William Buchanan, Isaac ■Buckley, Edmund Buntine, Hugh Bidlen, John Burrows, Thomas Bum, Robert Biu'land, Leontine Brackan, James Brierley, William Brown, Gilbert Brown, William Campbell, Dominiclt Campbell, Malcolm Jolin Cantlon, Matthew Carpenter, John Carter, William .Carter'" Carey, John Le Marcliant Chadwick,1' Peter John Chappell, Matthew Charlton, John1 Thompson Clarke, William Clarke, Robert Caldwell Cole, Frederic Col...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 May 1856

■ ; ' 'MELBOURNE: The -Poisoning:;'Casts;—Itf-the- last number, of the..."t6uardinn"iwe • gave' some details of a very,distressing' case or: poisoning which had occurred at Tilke's. Dining'.. Rooms, Bourke-street,; Melbourne; .-oand-.\x=req-\ mentioned that Prince Symes, one of the: persons'who had taken the pea-soup on Friday, died on Saturday afternoon. An intpest was held - on -Monday, before Dr. Wilmotj ' the City • Coroner, when-William Tilke, proprietor, Charles Witherby, barman, Mary; Clarke,; servant,' and James' Sewing1,; waiter, were examined. 5 • The, substance of the evidence given by Tilke was : that pea-soup, had been made on Friday , in the usual way ;.that it was thickened witlr flour, taken;irom a barrel which was in the kitchen, under a window close' by ' the back door; that /about •, six months ago he purchased some .arsenic, to destroy rats at his farm house; which liis farm servant took away; tliat about" four months ago lie purchased: sixpence .worth. of arseni...

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