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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE,' • The earnestness? and cordial unanimity by which the meeting- at' Tarraville was characterised, as reported in our last, was quite refreshing,; and we would fain hope that it presents -an indication of the spirit in which the inhabitants will in future take up and carry through whatever measures they may deetn essential to the welfare of Port Albert or the District of Gipps Land generally. • So long ago. as the 25th April last, we advocated the repurchase of the land around Port Albert, and the improvement of the harbor, by the Government j but if a new Township be considered preferable, the end aimed at will be as fully attained as by the | purchase of the port. Whichever result I may ensue, we trust no lukewarmness will | be manifested; in reference to the signatures i of the memorial. We have received the second number of the Journal of Australasia, the contents of which are varied and interesting', em bracing1 some dozen subjects. We were well aware that th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (l'ORT ALBERT"). August 12.—Macqnarie, shooner, 130 tons; G.. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. • 1 August 12.—Pair Tasmania,; schooner, 175 tons, E. White, from liobart Town, in ■ ballast. Turnbull and Co., agents. August 13.!—Mariposa, schooner, 190 , tons, W. Croucher, from ' liobart Town: W.; Croucher, agent. August 13.—StormBird, r.a.s.n. Go's steamer, I 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne; passen gers—cabin; Messrs. Schiller, Mackintosh, McAlister, and Latterwait'e. Steerage, .2. CLEAKEB OUT. Nil. iarroitis. August 12.—Macquaric, from Hobart Town; 14 pkges.. machinery, Tiirnbullj6 tons .: liay McKem:ie; 3500 paling, 5500 ft. timber, Eisher; 10 bags potatoes, Turnbull. , August 13.—Mariposa, from Hobart Town; 200 feet timber, 6 bushels apples, Wisher; 1 ton hay. August 13.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 4 half-chests tea, 1 chest do., 2 bags sugar, 5 casks ' povter, 2 boxes cigars, 2 cases cordials, 3 cases cherry brand}', ord...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

NORTH AMERICA. It is stated' in tlie American advices from Gallao that the British Admiral had re ceived orders to seize the Ipinclia Islands, ; and, hold'them as security for the payment ! of, debt; due to Great Britain by Peru. The United States Government had oi'der . ed several vessels to Panama.

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. Arrival of the Red Jacket. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. Arrival of the Red Jacket The Eoyal Mail Ship lied Jacket was sighted outside the heads at an early hour on Monday morning-, and by ten; o'clock a telegraphic message reached Melbourne, stating- that Captain O'Halloran li'ad brought dates to the 20th May, that. the. ship was quite full, of passengers, and that numbers had applied for passage after: the Red Jacket had made': up. , hen full complement; Among; the/news:by the Bedi Jacket we find it was. rumored: that. Sir, Henry Bui-, wer. L'ytton, had: been appointed Governor of, Victoria,, that the. Government' had tri-v umphed over all opposition in the: debates ; on thei treaty of' peace,^tbat the Emperor of Russia, intended to renew the war in tlie Caucasus, and that Frost, Williams, Jones, and Smith. O'Brien.;had been pardoned. We annex a few of the; items:— THE NEW- GOVET?.ATOT?.. It' is confidently asserted in well-in formed circles- that • Sir- Henry; Bulweiy lytton: lias v accepted the Governorship of Vic...

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THE WOOL TEADE.—LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

! THE WOOL TEADE.—LONDON. | i . The public,sales of foreign ancl; colonial "wools are proceeding' with. animation, and .the.v advanced., quotations on the* February rates have been exceeded. ; i The attendance ,of buyers* lias; been .more ■numerous, and the biddings' are' exceeding ly brisk. . Colonial wool had a:further >ad jvanee. of 2d.- per. lb. <.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 August 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. : His Royal Highness: the Duke*of, Cam | bridge is' tcb represent,her Majesty at the approaching" coronation of. the. Emperoiv. of' Russia at'Moscow. & great number of our screw gun-boats will be sold to the East India* Company, 1 to b'e;used"m China for the: suppression., of 'piracy. j ; Iff is officially announced'that the.Danu-' [bian,Principalities -will.be evacuatediby the? Austrian troops within six months.: i The trial of William Palmer for- poison jingv John Cook commenced on the. 14th;— jif acquitted onVthis charge,,he -will.be, ar- • 'raigned'for the murder, of his wife. i...■.■ ... ■■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. enough of the difficulty of raising- funds to build dwellings and to secure a respectable • maintenance, for country clergymen to satisfy me, that, without aid,, the "regular, celebration of the ordinances of ; religion must, in many of the thinly 'populated parts of the colony, entirely cease. l am/ therefore prepared to uphold) in the mean-' time, the annual grant for ,the-support of religion. On the Land and Squatting-■ Question I may observe, that tlie! altered state. of" the colony, consequent on the disco very 'of : gold and the unforseen influx of population, rendered a departure from- the Orders in Council necessary;- ■. Government always possessed the power, on giving- notice, of resuming possession of land in the ^ middle or intermediate districts;' during: what ought to have been the period of" the leases y but not so in theunsettled districts/ . Lands, liowever, have been resumed5 in violation of the Orders in Council,'and to keep inviolate the public fai...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). ■August 20.—Helen S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring, from Ilobart Town, in ballast. Turn bull and Co., agents. ■ August 20.—Storm Bird, r.A.s.N.^Co's steamer, .75 tons, J. 33. Sydserff, from Melbourne; passen gers—cabin; Mr. Gurney. Steerage, 6. CLliMtlil) OUT. August 1G.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Crouuher for Hoburt Town. Passengers—cabin; Mrs. Clements and child, Mrs. McNish, and Miss Gow. . August 1G.—Macquarie," schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, for J lobnrt Town. 1 • ■. IMPORTS. . August 20.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 2 half-tees, tobacco, 8 boxes do., 1 qr. cask whiskey, 8 casks sherry, 11 casks beer, 2 boxes, cigars, 1 qr. cask rum, 7 cases Geneva; 2 cases cordials, 70 bags sugar, 2 casks coffee, 17 chests tea,"ll-.half cliests (lo., 2 cases wine, 1 ease brandy, order. - Exroit rs. August 1G.—Mariposa, forHobart Town;GO . I head cattle. August 16.—Macquarie,. for ilobart /Town; ;.51'i head cattle. ' ' sail]:]). August 16...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Tlie digging- population at Tarradale is about 2000, and the estimated yield of gold is stated:at from 2000.to2500 ounces weekly; but it is alleged that many mi ners are holding over large parcels or de positing them at Gasfclemaine. The Ovens ancl Murray A.clvvrtiser states that a new gold iield has been dis covered at a spot six miles above the junc tion of the creek,leading to Happy Valley, creek, by Messrs. Dane, Holland, and Go., who had: obtained good prospects. As yet the creek has not been bottomed, owing to excess of .water, but the banks are turning out well. Half-an-ounce per man.per day can be obtained along the banks by sluicing. i It is affirmed that as much as two or three ounces of gold have been got from i the tub of dust broken from the reef on the Fourth Hill, at Anderson's Greek Diggings. Digging operations are at present ex ceedingly dull at Mount Korong. It appears ■ from : paragraphs and1 letters in the Melbourne papers that the supposed g...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

Sim? NEWS. The clipper ship Lightning will carry the next mail to Liverpool. >:. Tho mail;:is announced to close at the Posti Office, Melbourne, at half-past five o'clock,"on the 26tli inst. v. •: ; v ■ ; The number of mail-bags brought,by the lied Jacket for the Colonies is—-Victoria, 50; Sydney, 24; Van Dicmen's Land,117; : Adelaide, 14;. New Zealand, 12; King George's Sound, 4: Total, 121. Tho anxieties for the safety of the schooner Gem arc increased. It is now five or six weeks since she resumed from this port her passage to Guichcn Bay, with 110, Chinese on board. No tidings have been hcard of her reaching her des tination; and Mr. Palmer, who had just come in to town from Guichen Bay, reports the Gem had not arrived when lie left. It is feared the schoo ner must have foundered in the very severe gale that raged just after she left this port, 1st .July last.—Portland Guardian, Otli August. The Alarm, Pearson, from Cadiz, for Australia; has put into/Iiio dc Janeiro, the crow...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

-LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . Timber.—We understand that tbe great and increasing demand for colonial timber, occasioned by the commencement of extensive lines, of railway, and other public works,'has induced a practical per son- in Melbourne to turn his thoughts7 to our district for a supply, and that: the large saw mill establishment on the Franklyn Eiver at Corner Inlet, which had been stopped1 by low prices and an overstocked market, has been leased by him from the proprietors, with the view of immediately resuming active operations. As we are anxious to witness the:development of,our resources; whether consisting of timber or any other valuable indigenous production, we.shall rejoice to find this ■■establishment the forerunner of many more. Localities for prosecuting such operations are nu merous in Gipps Land, and a close explo ration of-the ■ finely timbered lands contigu ous to the coast and water carriage, would soon satisfy the most sceptical ot' our fel low colonists in Melbourn...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, 16th August. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

COMMERCIAL;"INTELLIGENCE.' ; ■ - MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, lGth August. In consequence of fine weather during the I week, there was a steady business transacted, but rain had set in again 011 Sunday, which will have the effect of chocking trade with the gold fields and the interior generally, by once more render ing the bad roads impassable. JFlouk.—Fine, £26 to £'28 per ton; seconds, £23 to £26; Chilian, £25 to £26; Haxalland Gallegs, £30 to £31. Bhan 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. Wheat 9s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. per bushel. Houses.—Two mobs of colts and fillies, in low condition, were sold at an average of £12 and £16 each during the week, but the trade is very dull; good cart, horses £120; fair quality £50 to, £84; good light harness, £63 to £100; and good unbroken colts and fillies £28 per. head. Working Bullocks in demand at £18 to £25 per pair. Pax Cattle.—Good quality, 2os. to . 27s. 6d. per 100 lbs.; second quality 15s. to 20s. Fat Siiuul'.—Prime wethers, • ISs. to 20s.; second...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. To Farmers, Graziers, Capitalists, and Others. SALE BY AUCTION. . Land with improvements in the parish of Yarram Yarram, Worhing Htdloclts, Draught anil Saddle Horses and Hares, Milch Cows, 8?g.} fyc. E- T. NEWTON' HAS received instructions from tlie proprietor to sell by Auction at liis Sale Room, Alberton, on \ > Tuesday, 2nd September, 1856, At half-past Twelve o'clock, punctually, That 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 1L perches, having' an extensive- frontage on the Tarra Rivulet, and . the n'oad leading from Alberton ; to-'the village' of' :Bruthen, from wliich flatter V;locality "it is distant about six miles. The* improvements effected on the pro perty since its _ purchase from the Grown,< comprise, upward of 120 chains of sub stantial post and rail fencing', (3 rails) en closing- the whole of the land, ico...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails for tho undermentioned placos will close as follows Melbourne, por Storm Bird, this day, (Friday, August 22nd,)' nt ll)'30 a.m. Sale and Molbourno, ovorland, every Tuesday at 7 p.m. All lottors for registration must lio presented at the Office not later than half an liour prior to the closing of tho mail by which it is intended to bo forwarded. I'ostngo stamps can always lie obtained at tho Office; oil that account, therefore, it is roquestcd that no one will pre sent unstamped letters. Those desirous of availing thomsolves of tho now Immigra tion Regulations can obtain tho necessary Application .Forms ut (his Office. J. FERRIS, Postmaster. August 22ml, 1SSG.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, Porfc Alborfc steam : X Navigation Company's fine " new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wliarf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s.' Freight, per ton £3 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: DOI-IERTY, Manager, ' 127-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1S56. PUBLIC NOTICE. Reduced Freights to Melbourne. TN consequence of the depressed state of "V the Produce Market, the up Freight to Melbourne will be reduced (until further notice) to the following1 rates. Wheat 9d. and Oats Gd. per bushel. Potatoes 20s. per ton. WM. DOHERTY, Manager. 4th June, 1856. 348*0 ADVERTISEMENTS. ELECTION NOTICE. Electoral District of Alberto^ in the Colony of Victoria. T CHARLES TIIOMAS, of La TrolJc Island, the Returning' Officer duly appointed under the provisions of the Act 19th Victoria, ZSo...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 22nd August, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

%m\U #uartJt£uit Friday, 22ncl August, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. Some months ago it was stated that anew system of collecting the agricultural sta tistics of the Colony had been adopted, and .was.■■about being- put in operation; and. that/ in. consequence of the changes introduced, the results would be delayed a little longer than usual. We rejoice at the increased attention which was alleged to he devoted to a sub ject which we looked upon as one of the first importance to the Colony, and hoped the promised returns would give some thing-like an accurate statement of' the agricultural produce of the country, which might be taken as a guide by the farmer in reference to the succeeding : crop, but hitherto, as far. as we are aware, no returns have been made, and the time ' in which the}r could have been; of any service to the farmer has how nearly .passed away,, at least, for the present season. ■ * ■' If agricultural statistics -.«? are of; any use at all, they ought to be in th...

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SIR HENRY EARLE BULWER LYTTON, K.C.B. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

SIR HENRY EARLE BULWER LYTTON/JLC.B. The following particulars may possess . some: interest for.,our readers at the present time. Sir Henry Bulwer (younger bro thel-' of-tlie novelist) was born in 1804, and turned his attention to. public business at a- very early period of his life, having in 1S29, been attached to the British em i bassies at Berlin, Brussels, and the Hague, i In the following' year a special mission was confided to him to watch the course ol the revolution in the Netherlands, which resul ted in the separation of Belgium from Holland. He sat in the Imperial Parliament for i the.pocket-borough of Wilton in 1S30, for i Coventry in 1831 and 1882, and for Mary le^bone, from 1834 till 1S37. While rep resenting the latter '.borough, he was ac credited to the court of Brussels, as Sec retary of Legation and Charge d'Aftaires, and while officiating- as secretary of the Embassy at Constantinople in 1837, he was mainly instrumental in negotiating the commercial treaty betwee...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. Two clays later news lias been received by the arrival of the Heather Bell at Launceston. The only items of intelligence are that Sir Henry Barkly is said to be appointed Governor of "Victoria. After having- pas sed seven years in the "West Indies, and conducted the government of two important colonies with eminent success, at. a critical period, he will almost immediately return to England and receive his'.'appointment to the charge of the'new and wealthy society which has lately sprung- into existence on the shores of Australia. Produce prices quoted::—Tallow flat at 46s. i pig" iron dull at'70s. 7d. The Times,- in :a:leader,' generally- appro ving- of the Chrancellor!s Budget, remarks that we now know;what .the war has cost: us. , During-, the three years the expendi ture will; be £79,647,000 that is to 5th April, 1857. , . - Mr. Berkely's■ annual 'motion on the• Ballot, was: lost .■ byf a'-.majority: :of' 151 against 111, on the 20th May. Palmer's trial, in'...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Tarraville, August 16, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Tarraville, August 16, 1836. Sin,—>In a recent number of tlio Guardian you alluded to atv evil; the. existence of which, among us, is recognised by all who know and regretted by all who wish us well. " We are divided and quarrel among ourselves when wo should unite as one man," &c. ' This spirit of dissension is not peculiar to Gipps Land, the same cause which originated it here has produced and will continue to produce it wherever large tracts of land, alienated unwisely by the Government, have been -with equal want of wisdom so mismanaged us to obstruct local improvement and . progress, and thus militate against the public welfare. The revision of' the land regulations and the introduction of such provisions as may effectually avert the evils arising ? from < speculation^ and hold out that which ail experience proves is the strongest attraction to -the 'best-class of emigrants," is, I consider, the mos...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 August 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. The discovery of coal at Snapper Point, which we lately noticed, has now been confirmed. Last week Mr. Norton, from •Melbourne, visited "the place, in one of his small steamers, accompanied by a party of gentlemen from Melbourne, and about two miles north of the point, they found Mr. Yewers and half a dozen men busy excavating1 a soft clay shale that " cropped out" behind the granite so common in that part. The coal was in thin irregular lami n03, from a film to an inch in thickness. The seams were irregular in thickness, and not in one continuous bed; but the coal looked pure, and was said to burn well. Mr. Selwyn, Government Geologist, had been to the place, but had expressed no de cided opinion. Under tlie non-responsible affix of " Communicated," we find the following' somewhat important paragraph in the of-Saturday.week:—• South Melbourne Electiou".— Captain' Clarke, the Surveyor-General) at tended* a-meeting, of his .Central'.Committee on. Tuesday . even...

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