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RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 August 1856

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS. To Ilia Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian/ : ; out,—As tlie present state of the .roads, throughout the Colony, is drawing public attention to the absolute necessity of adop ting* some more expeditious. and .economi cal mode of communication for. : the con vey ance of merchandize and agricultural produce than at present exists, not .only on the main lines of road, but also in the more remote parts • of Victoria, and as, without-some such facilities,' the country: can never be thoroughly opened ."for, setr. tlement,'and its varied capabilities and re sources •.fully developed, 1 think that any suggestion for an improved means of tran-' sit, however humble it may be, is; deser ving- of some attention, and it is ; under this impression that I would offeiva.few; remarks on the subject. ' r , . iuy suggestion is simply thisj to form a double line of rails-on any of the ordinary roads at present existing-, without reference to levels, but following" the undulations,...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. I To the Editor of the Gipps land Guardian. • Sir,—Permit me through the medium of your columns to address myself briefly, by way of reply, to several of your late correspondents. First on the list in buff and bandolier comes a bold "Yeoman;" his letter, redolent of the pestilential va pors of Welshpool, proclaims aloud that he is ready to do battle on behalf of that much neglected locality, and-also, I am .grieved to say, renders it pretty plain that lie has identified himself with Mr. Gammon, the very able exposition of whose political views are now before the public. The still small" Voice from the People " seems to have roused the bile of " Yeoman," but thoug-h irritated, he declares he is not afraid, which must be satisfactory to his friends; he objects to " clap trap," and, I admit, the expression is low — very— in extenuation I have to say that I borrowed it from his friend " An Elector," whose letters have been so full of it, that such a course was almost una...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD FIELDS. It is scarcely possible to arrive at any thing like a correct conclusion respecting the new diggings in New South Wales, the accounts received from them are so contradictory. One correspondent of the Batlmr&t Free Press, for instance, represents the diggings as remarkably rich, and the dig gers making handsomely; he says:— " There can be no question but a very con siderable number are doing uncommonly well, and that a few have already realised small fortunes, and that a still larger num ber are making- good wages, whilst fully one-fourth are running about from place to place doing1 nothing;. . ^ Several Bathurst parties are . doing, a first-rate stroke. One party of three had dug out 183 ozs. of nuggets.from a hole on the side of a hill, about four yards long and one and a quarter yard wide, and a cart load of the stuff, when washed, produced 10 ozs. of gold. On Friday and Saturday last, two men showed me 50 ozs. of gold—29 ozs. of nuggets and 21...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (TORT ALBERT). August 5.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 . tons, ; Ev Wolfe, from Hobart Town. TurnbulL and Co.,;' agents. ; , ■ cleared out. ' > Aiigust 2.—Storm Bird, r.a.s.n. Go's. steamer, 75 tons, J. B. SydserfF, for Melbourne. August 5.—Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons, Capt., Macdonald, for Launceston. August 6.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. Wolfe, for Ilobart Town. IMTOJITS. ' ' August 5.—Eclipse, from Hobart Town;r 1 iron wheel, 2 pkges. drapery, 1 case oilman's,stores, 2 boxes raisins, Disher; 14 bags flour,.Black;;2 bags sugar, 1 case oilman's stores, 1;do. glass,:! carriage, Johnson; IS pekges. furniture, 'l'iddler. EXI'OUTS. August G.—Eclipse, for hobart : Town; : * 65 head cattle. 1 '* " SAILED. August 2.—Storm Bird; for Melbourne.v August 2.—Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town. August 3.—Glencoe, for Hobart Town; v ! • > August 7.—Eclipse, for Hobart Town./. , :

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF A WIFEBEATER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

GOLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS ,OF A WIFEDEATER. About five weeks ago a man named John Lynch, living- in the neighbourhood of Hawthorne, quarrelled with his wife, and'in a fit of passion struck her to the earth. Prom the- awful groan which ac companied her fall,, he thought he had killed her. He instantly flea the house, and notliing was heard'of his whereabouts. His.wife gradually recovered ; and, no in telligence being received of her husband, she inserted advertisements respecting him in the public journals. On the 23rd of the present month, a man, about 35 .years of age, was admitted into the Melbourne Hospital, in a wretched ly enfeebled state, and with; mortification in both his legs. He had been found a few days previously concealed in the scrub of the Dandenong Ranges. On being dis covered he was instantly conveyed to a place of shelter in the vicinity, where he was attended to by Drs. Campbell and Bragge, who after having 1 put him out of immediate danger of .de...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 8th August, 1856. IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

Haitfr ^uartotan. Friday, 8th August, 1856. ■IMMIGRANTS.: During the last, session of the Legislative:: Council/ when the • Immigration- Depart ment was under: consideration; there was. some discussion, about the- ■ apportionment of the immigrants among, the different dis tricts of the colony, and we have an ""indis tinct recollection that, our worthlessness to the contrary notwithstanding,, something like 400 immigrants' were allotted as the equitable share to which the Gipps Land District was entitled; hut seven months;of the year have-passed away', and, as Jar as we are aware; not one lias yet been landed at Port Albert. This, we; suppose, : is what ;our • upright Executive would ■ call "justice tip Gipps Land," and we must'say- it is just what we richly deserve for our. supineness and sub serviency. We ; are divided, and quarrel among' ourselves about comparatively trivial matters, when we should unite as one man in demanding- those aids to which we have a righteous claim, which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS.* STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rpi-IE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine new screw , steamer STORM BIRDj J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will have immediate despatch after arrival: for above port. ■Pares—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 or Passage apply to . ; ; WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 127:03 Port 'Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. 1 L. S. JOSEPH, . WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, PORT ALBERT, adjoining mr.:J. J. hart's. 352'0 1 1 1 11 ■■ ADVERTISEMENTS. PUBLIC NOTICE. Reduced Freights to] Melfcourne. TN consequence of the depressed state of the Produce M arket, tlie 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.;eDOHERTY, Manager. 4th June, 1858." 348-0 CAUTION. IVTOTIOE .isJhereby-g'iven that anyone found cutting'; removing- timber, or otherwise1 trespassing;onw Mr.' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. To Farmers, Graziers, Capitalists, and Others, SALE BY AUCTION. Land ivith improvements in the parish of Yarram Yarram, Working Bullocks,' Draught and Saddle Horses and Hares, Jflileh Cows, fyc., §-c. E- T. NEWTON HAS received instructions fi*om the proprietor to sell by Auction at his Sale Room, Alberton; on Tuesday, 2nd September, 1856, At half-past^ Twelve o'clock, punctually, Tliat excellent and well known portion of land at Yarram Yarram, contiguous to the Bridge, numbered 52 on the Government map, and containing-156 acres 3 roods 11 perches, having' an. extensive: frontage; on the Tarra; Rivulet, and£ the road leading from . Alberton to' the village of Bruthen, from wliich latter locality -it is. distant about six miles. The improvements effected on the pro perty since its. purchase • from the Crown/ comprise, upward ' of 120 . chains - of . sub stantial post- and1 rail,fencing,: (3 rails) en closing .the whole; of :tlie,landy 4 comforta ble slab huts, stable a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO THE ELECT OILS OF THE EASTERN PR 0 TINGE. /^ENTLEMEN,-—In offering' myself a candidate, at the ensuing- Election, for.your province, it will be expected that I should place before you my views and principles upon at least a few of the leading- topics of the day. State Aid to Religion will have my sup port ; and I shall use my best endeavors to prevent any repeal or the fifty-thidr clfciise of the Act, which provides an an nual grant of £50,000 for public worship. In my opinion, the discontinuance Of state aid for religious purposes, would have the effect of causing public worship to be altogether neglected, in some of the rural and more remote districts of the colony. I can See no good reason whatever,-why both the Denominational and National Systems of Education should not continue to have the support of the state, as at present; although I am decidedly in favor of the former for large towns and populous districts, and of the latter, as more suitable for thinly i...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 August 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLIC MEETING. The public meeting1 convened by Capt. Carey, came off in tbe Court House, Tar- raville, on the 5th inst., and brought to gether a large and influential assembly. , On the motion of Mr. Thomas Burrows, seconded by G. D. Hedley, Esq., J. King, Esq., M.L.O., was called to the chair, who read the advertisement calling- the meeting, and made some pointed remarks in sup- port of the' object of the meeting-, as did G. D. Hedley, J. Davis, and W. Howden, Esqrs.' Mr. Thomas Burrows then: pro- posed for the adoption of the meeting' the following memorial,: which was seconded by G. D. Hedley, Esq. To His Excellency the 'Officer ADMINISTERING THE GOVERNMENT.     We the undersigned being residents, householders, and landed- proprietors in the District of Gipps Land, most humbly beg your Excellency will take into your serious consideration; the propriety of purchasing the Township of Port-Albert (know as the survey of R Turnbull; Esq;)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. THIS DAY. Millinery and Haberdashery, Iron Bedsteads, Sfc., Sfc. To Storekeepers astd Others. SALE BY AUCTION. E. T. NEWTON IS instructed to submit to public competition at his Sale Room, Alberton, on Friday the 15th of August, at twelve o'clock precisely, without re f serve, the undermentioned consignment of mer chandize per •' Storm Bird," from Melbourne, viz One case containing— 36 Ladies' fancy Chineele, Swiss, and Crinoline Bonnets, assorted 6 gent's reversible Macintoshes 17 Ladies' robe dreses U „ muslin „ 6 dozen silk gingham cravats 14 „ „ squares 1 set bed curtains 7 yds. fine saxony wove tartan 1 Saxony wool scarf shawl One case containing— : • 2 doz. and 3-12ths fancy Crinoline bonnets 2 „ „ straw 9 „ ■ ■ „ Swiss 5 „ » Leghorn hats 10 L^ies'white silk bonnets 14 rolls fancy straw trimming 3 pieces silk, containing 30 handkerchiefs 1 doz. elastic frenoh silk braces 1 ledger, calf, bound, and index One case containing— Four iron bedsteads, GJ feet by4£ feet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, nnHE Port Albert Steam k -"-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,.at111 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 sailing1. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. DOI-IERTY, Manager, . 127-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan:, 1S5C. PUBLIC NOTICE. Reduced Freights to Melbourne. TN consequence of the depressed state of' the Produce Market, the tip 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. DOHERTY, Manager. 4th June, 1856. 348-0 J. J. HART, COMMISSION ;AND FORWARDING -AGENT, GENERAL STORES. PORT ALBERT. 19-012 IT being- proposed,. in humble reliance upon Divine aid, to erect an Episcopa lian Church at Alberton, all,who are dis posed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

''r'''',;'''TDYERrmEMENTS. '' , .. ,, ,... ; ;,| •;;■<;■;■■■, ■ point I wish most clearly to state that, al though in favor of-the'voluntarysysteraj I do not; think the-perio'd has yet'famved:.'for its - general 'adbptiori';' "and that I cannot; th'ereI; fbre/'aYlv'ocate a'repeal of the 53rd-clauVe-of ■ the'' Constitution1'' Act: which'' appropriates £50^000^ anmially'for tliis'-'ohject.' ■> I 'am; convinced that''its sudden discontinuance would-Effectually put1 •' a ' stop' to 'all' piililic oh'ser varices1 of 'religion' in remote' districts!; It'"is >'certain^ however, that tliis" 'siiniy already1 inadequate' to the entire siippori'of religion, will 'inW very'short time arid' with' ; an increased population''' be completely so';' I will therefore" most;' '''heartily:'support''; a" scheme for the introduction of the voluri-' tary system'into'Targ'e communities,' and the appropriation of'the whole,'or ft'greater part, of 'the' grant' to such'outlaying'and other loca...

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MONEY MARKET. May 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

MONEY. MARKET. May >19tlr; ■ I ! The demand for money for commercial purposes appears,'<if .'anything, on the:'in-. !crease and tlie markets is in. consequence assuming a more stringent aspect. The .demand however has been well mot. Half a million sterling had been received from the Ocean. Chief,. Alhatross, Invincible, . and Statesman, all of which vessels hacl arrived^ ■ ' ■ " | The Ocean Chief has 'made a run home in seventy-four days. ' !"

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 15th August, 1856. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

<£tpps Eanfc (Suarfctait, Friday, 15th August, 1856. IMMIGRATION. In tlie Guardian of the 1st instant, we published a new set of: regulations issued by the Government respecting the intro duction of immigrants. : : By these regu lations it will have been noticed that per sons in the Colony may send for their friends or relatives, and by the payment of a small sum into the Treasury; here, they will be brought out in the ships em ployed by the Government. It will also have been seen that the mono}' may he paid to the Assistant Immigration. Agent "afc this port by any one anxious to send foiv his fi-iends. . ■; We understand that the facilities tlius offered by the Government are being- ta ken ad v anta ge of by the public, and if we are rightly, informed: a handsome sum: has already been ■ received on account of passage-money.; i : We would earnestly urge. upon those in this part of the country .who desire to have, their friends about them, to embrace the present opportunit...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. j During the month of" July, tlxevo -were sixteen estates placed under sequestration in the Insolvency'; Court,'1 including-1three publicans," three' described as merchants, two storekeepers, one builder,! one- printer, one grocer, one farmer, one butcher, one niedical practitioner,1 one'tinman, and one accountant. ( The quantity of gold received by escort at the Treasury, Melbourne; on Friday, 1st i\.ugust,. amounted.' to* 42,422 ounces 5 pennyweights, besides the sum of £28,289 ' in mnsliJ . •' '' ' ! The-seventh'half-yearly,meeting-, of the proprietors of the Bank of Victoria, was. held at their offices, Swanston-street, Mel bourne;- on the 5fcli instant, Iie'nry Miller, Esq.,.M.L.C.', chairman of the Board of directors, in the Chair. Areport was sub mitted'to the meeting- giving- a statement of the financial position and profits of the bank, all of which appear 'highly satisfac , tory. The nett profit of the half-year amburits'to' ^oOylSS'Ssi ^d.'j out" of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. We are most anxious to forward the guardian to oxer friends, in every part of the District at. the earliest possible moment after publication, hut the distances are so great as to render the cost of special mes sengers too mueh for our small establish ment. However, should any gentleman in the Upper or Lower District feel dis posed to engage in the pdch-horse convey ance of small parcels between Port Albert \ and Sale, embracing the intermediate townships, we shall cheerfully afford him every assistance in our power, and he may confidently calculate upon a liberal allow-\ ance for his services to the guardian. This would constitute a bi-weehly commu nication between the Port and the interior, besides rendering a convenience to our subscribers, which we so earnestly desire.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Gipps Land, August 5th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

OOERESPONDENOB. | To the'Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. • .. Gipps Land, August 5tli, 185G.' . Sir,—How difficult it is'to understand those whose measures- are enigmas—perhaps, I have been too hasty in criticising tho projects set forth in Mr. Jblin King's address, and on this occasion should bo.found most humbly begging pardon for blundering—in having mistaken fictions for re alities. But who could have imagined,' however great his powers of divination, that'themcmorial to the Government for the purpose of opening up Shallow Inlet could have had the remotest refe rence to the sales of land at Port Albert, and in which memorial so much is said condemnatory of the property andharbor of the Messrs. Turnbull.' Now, forsooth, this gentleman would lead us to infer that tho real, though invisible, purport of. the document was to compel that firm to part with a portion (say about six or seven acres) of their land for the advantago of the public, at whatever! price they might choose to ...

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IMPORTANT TO PUBLICANS IN GIPPS LAND.—SALE BENCH. Charles J. Tyers, Esq., S.M. and Robert Thomson, Esq., J.P., presiding. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

IMPORTANT TO PUBLICANS IN GIPPS LAND.—SALE . BENCH. Cl iiIbs J. Tyers, Esq., S.M. and Robert Thomsoa, Esq., J.P., presiding. 1 On Thursday the 7th inst.; several cases were brought before the Sale Bench against Publicans for not having provender for Travellers' horses, as required by the Publicans Act. On hearing- the first case, the Bench considered it established that there was no hay on the premises—there was none in the stable, nor in the hayloft, nor had the Ostler any in charge; but it was at the same time proved that there ' were oats and green stuff. This being the first case of the kind brought before the Court, and one of a serious nature which might involve a loss of license; and as a mistaken notion seemed to prevail among the Publicans of the District as to what | was requisite under the Act, the Bench dismissed the case, with the following ex | pression of opinion for their , future ^luuuuoo :— 1st That both good wholesome .hay .and corn were indispensably requisite un...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

LIST OF SALES 'OF STOCK AT HOB ART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1856. 1 24 cows, ex Retriever - . 9 bullocks „ . - 330 sheep „ ; . 7 260 „ ex Colonial - 620 „ ex City of Hobart 15 390 „ ex Retriever . — 52 bullocks, ex Mariposa — 53 ,, ex Glencoe . — 15 cows ,, 16 246 sheep, ex Macquarie . — 41 bullocks „ . — 4 cows „ 17 247 sheep, ex H. S. Page . 18 61 cows . — 32 „ ,, . 19 158 sheep, ex Tasmania • . 21 550 j,; ■ ex City- of<I-Iobarl 22 240 „ ex Flying- Pish . 25 127 „ ex Colonial — 54 bullocks, ex Eclipse • . 1 bullock, 28 248 sheep, „ — 23 cows, ex Retriever' . — 17 bullocks, . . 29 727 sheep, „ — 36 bullocks, ex Cosmopolite — 460 sheep, „ — 300 „ ex Gold Seeker 31 285 ,, ex Dart — 293 „ ex Emma Prescott — 53 „ ex Colonial £ 4 12 6 to 10 2 6 Averae-e £ 8 8 5 11 5 0 '17 12 6 )) 14 15 7 11 0' 11 3 1 0 .0 . 1 '-7" 0 .1 8 0 , 11 3 11 9 ' 14 5 0 18 15 0 >> : » - . -17 17 3 .8 ' 5 0 •'12'.10 0 ' 9 9' 10 7 2 6 -- 9 :7_ 6 7 14 6 - 13 3 10 17 6' 15 2' 6 1217 6 . 7 17 6....

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