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ANOTHER CAPPRE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

ANOTHER CAPPRE WAR. Captain Barnes of tlie Accacia reports that before leaving- Port Louis, Mauritius, H.M. frigate Cyclops had arrived from the Cape of Good Hope for troops, in consequence of a sanguinary battle that had taken place between Her Majesty's forces and the Gaffres.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

R3T We beg to intimate to our subscribers that a new quarter commences this clay, and that me shall be glail to receive the subscriptions for the same.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

0 TMPOUNDED at Alberton, 9th June, -L 1856. 1 strawberry steer, branded SBJL off rump, JL off ribs If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 16th July. 1856. | HENRY LAW, Poundkeeper.

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps and Guardian, Friday, 4th July, 1856. POLITICAL PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

Hantt #mn*l3tnn, Friday, Ath July, 1856. POLITICAL PARTIES. This evening; the first movement is to be made for arranging- the preliminaries of the forthcoming' political campaign in the Colony. , The ostensible object of the meeting1, to be held in the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, is, in the words of the requisition, "to consider and determine upon the policy which ought to guicle electors in tlie choice of candidates at the general election, and the Legislature in the discharge of its duties on the introduction of Responsible Government." This, we say, is the ostensible object, but we are much mistaken if the real object in view with some, at least, be not something very different. It lias always been the policy of mere political place-hunters to range different sections of the community under their banners, and make them the stalking horse by which they mount to power and pay. But it would never do to tell the people, in so many words.—" Wo want ofhce, and we want you to1 assist us i...

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A POLITICAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

A POLITICAL PLATFORM. A numerously' signed requisition was published, calling- a public meeting of electors, to be held at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, on the 27 th ultimo, at seven o'clock in the evening'. "The object of the meeting as stated in the requisition, was " to consider and determine upon the policy which ought to guide electors in the choice of candidates at the general election, and the Legislature in the discharge of its duties on the introduction of responsible government." A preliminary | meeting of the requisitionists was held on the 19tli tiltimo, at the Hall of Commerce, when a committee was appointed to prepare resolutions and make the necessary arrangements for the meeting. The committee was composed of the following gentlemen:—Messrs. O'Shanassy, Chapman, Cashmore, ' Hodgson, Cruikshank, Michie, Hammill, McCiilloch, Muir, Gr. Nicholson, Hughes^ Westgarth, Ebden, Fawlcner, Lalor, O'Brien Syme, Grant, Chisholm, Mortimer, Rae, Iffla, Pascoe, and Humflray. The req...

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. PEACE PROCLAIMED Arrival of the James Baines. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. PEACE PROCLAIMED!! Arrival of the James Baines. The Royal Mail clipper ship, James Baines, arrived in Hobson's Bay on the 24th ult., and brought the happy intelligence that the treaty of peace had been signed on the 30th March. The treaty took effect from the day of its signature, and thus has peace been once more restored, and we fervently hope it may long1 continue. The joyful news was at once celebrated in Melbourne by a salvo of 101 guns. As soon as the treaty was signed in Paris, the cannon of the Invalides announced the signature of the treaty by a salute of 101 guns, and at three o'clock the Proclamation of Peace was stuck upon the walls of Paris. In the evening of the day on which the treaty was signed, the whole of the city of Paris was spontaneously illuminated in the most brilliant. manner. Salutes r of 101 guns were lived in London, at the Tower and in the Park, at ten o'clock in the evening. In Russia the news of peace had been r...

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MELBOURNE. THE NEW JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

MELBOURNE. TI-IE NEW JUDGE. The following- notification appeared in the Government Gazette of 28th June:— Executive Council Office, Melbourne, 17th June, 1856. : • ' appointment. His Excellency tlie Officer Administer\x=req-\ ing* the Government, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to make the following- appointment, viz:— The Honorable Robert Molesworth to be a Puisne .Judge of the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria. By His Excellency's command, G. "VV. Rusden, Clerk of the Council. The New Solicitor-general.—A. supplement to the Gazette, issued on Saturday, announces tlie .appointment of | Thos. Howard Pellows, Esq., to be Solicitor-General of. the Colony, and his appointment as a member of the Executive Council is also notified. The appointments! bear date the 27th June.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Appointment. — Mounted ■ constable,: John Smallman, to be the Examiner ' of Balances,'.Weights'- ancl Measures and Inspector o f Slaughterhouses and of Cattle, in the police district of Sale, Gipps Land. Revision Court, Alberton.—This Court closed its sittings on Saturday last, and we are happy to say its business was marked with far less unpleasantness and contentious spirit than has pervaded' the greater part of those courts on the Melbourne side. On the whole there has been but one cause of disappointment and regret, arid'that is, the apparent apathy and indifference the electors generally have shown towards the Electoral List, for it is too evident to need one word in elucidation, that upon this list depends the success or otherwise of all electioneering movements. Several notices.of Objection and notices of Claim were heard, but one only worthy of notice, viz..:—the case of Mr. Charlton, of Welshpool, who was served with notice of Objection, the objection be...

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SIR ERSKTNE PERRY'S BIRD'SEYE VIEW OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

SIR ERSKTNE PERRY'S BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF INDIA. ' -'All who heard the brilliant speeches of'Sir Ersldne' Perry, when, at the last general, .election at Liverpool, he applied the lash- to ; the, political, abuses of the day, will ,be glad of an opportunity of; renewing the acquaintance of the learned and .chivalrous ex-chief justice of Bombay, by rmeans. of a sketchy little; volume which has just issued from his peri. -India, he tells us, in his opening chapter is— > ' " One of the fairest regions of God's earth, nearly equal in extent and popu-' lation to Europe ^ peopled by onerhim\x=req-\ dred and sixty millions of no savage or uncultivated race, but heirs of a civilisation' which extends to the re-, lnotest anliquity: the birthplace of two religious, creeds which still.number as their'"votaries tlie; majority of mankind a land, ^richer in productions, more\x=req-\ blessed, in climate^ and liigher endowedi with gTand ;natural ' features; of mountain and of. stream'than, any, coun...

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POETRY. DESIRE.—A LITANY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

POETRY. DESIRE.—A LITANY. By Matthew Arnold, Thou, who dost dwell alone— Thou, who dost know thine own— ■ Thou, to whom all are known . Prom the cradle to the grave— Save, oh, save. ; From the world's temptations, From^ tribulations; Prom that fierce .anguish Whereiri we languish; Prom that torpor deep •• •'•'Wher^jtf wo lie asleop, : Heavyias death,-cold as the'grave; Save, oli, save. "When the Soul, growing clearer, ' Sees God no nearer; ; • When.the Soul, mounting-,higher;*' To God comes no nigher; . ' But the arch-fiend Pride Mounts at her .side, . Polling her high cmprizc, Sealing her eagle oj'es, And, when she fain would soar, 1 'Makes,idols toadorc;: ■■■><;• : Changing, the pure emotion. . . ■ Of her high devotion To a skin-deep sense Of her own eloquence; Strong to deceive—strong to enslave . Save, oh, save: . i Prom the ingrained fashion ' Oft this earthly nature ' ■ That mars thy creature. Prom grief, that is but passion; From mirth, that is but feigning; Fro...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). July 2.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Crouchcr, from Launceston, in ballast. "YV. Croucher, agent. July 2.—Glencoc, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, from Hobart Town, in ballast. Turnbull ami Co., agents. v . July 2.—Helen S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. July 2.—Storm Bird, r.A.s.N. Co's. steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydsorff, from Melbourne; passen\x=req-\ gers—cabin; Messrs. Pettit, W. II. Smith, and Seville, Mrs. Buntine. Steerage, 7. : 1 CLEARED OUT. Nil. . IMPORTS. . v..— '..' July 2—Helen S. Page, from Hobart Town; 1 case wine, 1 bag sugar, 1 cask seeds, 1 trunk mcdicine, 1 can oil, 2 pkges. drapery, 1 bag flour, 1 do. rice, 1 box candles, 1 case jam, order. July 2.—'Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 4 chests tea, 4 hhds. brandy, 25 half-chests tea, 24 bags sugar, 3 pekges, coffee, 2 btigs do., 7 boxes tobacco, 5 cases champagne, 1 case port wine, 1 case whiskey, 2 do. brandy, 10 do. sherry, 4 cas...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

VARIETIES. Secrets ov the, Peat-boo.—Par, far; clown in the depths of the moor there lies . many a secret of olden'time. Below the grim,, ghastly surface, below the waters, below the black remnants of countless plants, lie the sad memorials. of ages unknown to the history of man. Huge trees-stand'up-; right, and their gigantic roots rest upon the crowns of still older forest giants! ': In the inverted oaks of Marten Moor, in Switzerland, many see the famous oak woods that Charlemagne caused to' be cut down, now more than a. thousand years ago. Por centuries the moors have hid in their silent bosom the gigantic works of ; ancient Home, and posterity has gazed with awe and wonder at the masterly roads and massive bridges, like those built of perishable wood by Germanicus, wh»n lie passed from Holland into the Valley of the YVeser. Par in the deep lie buried the stone hatchets and flint arrow-heads of Prisisms and Clieruski, by the side of the copper kettle and the iron helmet of the R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 July 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, TI iHE 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 £5—Steerage £2 5s. Freight, per ton £2 Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 127-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. PUBLIC NOTICE. Reduced Freights to Melbourne. TN. consequence of the depressed state of' the Produce Market, the up Freight to Melbourne will be reduced (until further notice) to the following rates. Wheat 9d. and Oats 6d. per "bushel. Potatoes 20s. per ton. WM. DOI-IEUTY, Manager. 4th June, 1856. 322'0 npiIE Undersigned are buyers of , J- Gold Wheat and oats. • McKENZIE tt CO. P'ort Albert, 13th May, 1856. 333-7 NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY LONDON. Established 1S36. TNCORPORATED by Act of Parliament, for Fire and Life Assuranc...

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ENGLISH SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 July 1856

- ENGLISH SCRAPS., The iwhole, fleet ,now ,■at Portsmouth is placedunder < the ; command-in-cluef; of Admiral i Seymour, ■< •. the; Port Admiral.! Immediately .after, j/the, -review*! it) is i*u-, moured;that >10,000 iseamen will be dis-, charged from the fleet. •The Times says—" It may he confi-i dently expected that the year 1857 will he ■ far advanced before the last man and the: last cargo, of shells can pass the Darda- .* nelles on.their way homeward.' • ; * The Paris correspondent, of the . Times assumes that Austria is reluctant to quit, the Principalities, and has not yet fixed upon the date for the withdrawal of her h-nnrtq. < A;, squadron of. American: ships , of war is ordered, to cruise on the coast of Spain. (Accounts from Italy represent the; Dii\x=req-\ cliies of. Parma, Modena, and Tuscany as being- in an alarming- state of fermentation. A letter .from Pavia, in the Opinione of Turin, says that fifteen students at Padua had been ar...

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HOW ALMA WAS WON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 July 1856

HOW ALMA^WAS WON. (By the] Baron de Bazancourt.) The -Marshal (St. Arnaud) observed the retreating movement of the Russian army, when General de Martim prey,. chief of the [staff, hastened up from the left with the news that the English, stopped in their march by a formidable artillery, decimated by a murderous fire, and menaced by enormous masses, found serious difficulties in carrying the positions assigned to them. The Marshal immediately gave orders to the Prince Napoleon to execute' a ' ch arge of front to the left, which should place his division at the crest of the ravine, at the reverse of which the English' were combating with energetic solidity.;: .,The movement was executed; The order to support firmly, on the left was also sent to Generals Canrobert and Bosquet. " Let us go to the English,', criecl the Marshal, galloping off iii the" direction indicated by General de Martimprey, and giving .orders. to the artillery in, reserve to follow him, so' as to take the Russian ba...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arrived (port albert). July 8.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, G. Graves, from Ilobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. July 8.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. "White, from ilobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. July 8.—Macquaric, schooner, 150 tons, Capt. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. CLEARED OUT. July 4.—Helen S. Page, barque, 220 tons, T. Spring, for Hobart Town. July 4.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's. steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, for Melbourne; passengers —cabin; Messrs. Thomas, M. Campbell, B. Wilson, and Macfarlane. July 4.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, for Hobart Town. July 5.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, for Hobart Town. July 10.—Macquarie, schooner, 150 tons, Capt. Harrison, for Hobart Town.' _ , IMTOItTS. " ■ 1 *' '■ July 8.—Mary Ann, from Hobart Town: 5 bars iron, 1 case hardware, 1 do. tinware, Disher;: 1 case boots, 1 do. drapery, 1 do. pills, .1 do.' salad oil, 1 do.-slops; /IV'H; : Smith;: 18 bags: maize...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 July 1856

AMERICA... The royal -mail' ship' Africa/- pebA'i^evr York 19th, Marcli, arrivedj. on' .the'.Slsfc >MarcL:.'i-,.(Phb political ; news by, her is .unimportant. . Oa the • British question "the onljr news Ave have'is, that in the United States Senate, on * Monday the I7th; ;Mr. .Clayton, made a<?speech on. the, Clayton\x=req-\ Bulwer >Treaty, and:.the coiu-se«.• ofGreat Britain in regard to it. •A-Strange^:.to', say, .the dispute: with ; the ■ United: States is not yet over, Mr. Dallas, the new: minister.in: London,-dms^ not' done . any business whatever with 'the ■ .'.British: Government. The reason assigned is, that Lord Palmerston ,w'ishes liiin to waitaintil Lord Clarendon returns-from. Paris. ■■ The Washington correspondent of':the ISfew-Yorh Heraldwrites on the am authorised to state, on reliable authority, that Mr. Crampton'will be recalled :hy his Government—perlraps for promotion—it may be to answer charges; for misconduct. Mr. Marcy's despatch, stating Mr; C...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, :' ?k f | iHE Port * Albert Steam •-*- Navigation Company's fine new screw steamer STORM BIRD,, J. B. Sydserffj' Commander, will have immediate despatch after arrival for above'port. • Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage. £2 5s.. Freight, per ton £2 ,. . ' Gold,: for shipment,' must be£ entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m.'.on day of sailing1. For Freight er Passage apply to ' ' ,|J> WM.'DOHERTY, Manager,, 127-03 : ; ; Port. Albert, 31st Jan., .1856. •. .PUBLIC NOTICE. Reduced Freights to Melbourne; TN consequence of' the depressed state of' the Produce Market, the up Freight to Melbourne will' be reduced (until further notice)'to: the ■following rates. : ' ' Wheat.9tl. and Oats 6d. per bushel. . Potatoes' 20s. per ton. . : ■ i TO.. DOHERTY,. Manager. 4th June, 1856. 348-0 I---F. .LISTON begs ito: inform: the un\x=req-\ • habitants of Port Albert that lie has opened a Branch of the Tarraville- Dispensary at the stores of Mr. J. J .Hart, where pres...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Gipps Land, June 28th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 July 1856

CORRESPONDEN CE. the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Gipps Land, June 28th, 1856. SIRj—Your correspondent, signing himself " A Voice from the People," in your issue of the 12tli June, in answer to " Elector's" letter, seems wrath with every one who would presume to assert that a man may have many social and moral virtues and yet make but a poor and slippery politician. Now, Mr. Editor, it does not at all follow that because Mr. John King\x=req-\ may have filled the magisterial chair with becoming dignity, or have succeeded as a squatter to his satisfaction, in amassing' wealth, during his sojourn in our district, that he should be the very best man the electors of the Upper District could select, to represent them, neither, does it follow that we are to be frightened by the partisan fury of this " Vmce.from the People," s or be content with the substitution by him' of such words as " clap' trap," <£c., for fairs argument. All those i-wlio come forward, as public men mu...

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

Ve beg to intimate to our subscr ibers \ that a new quarter has commenced, and that me shall be glad to receive the . subscriptions for the same.

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