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OUR NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 September 1856

OUR NEW GOVERNOR. j There have been so many new Gover nors. of Victoria named since the death of 'Sir Charles Hotham that we' can scarcely, believe the last named has been actually appointed. However, as Sir Henry Bark ly has been deliberately : affirmed by the Time? to be the actual new Governor of this Colony, it may interest our readers to know something of the man, and therefore we take the following from the Geelong Observer, the writer of Avhich seems to be intimately acquainted with the subject:— " Sir ■ Henry Barkly is a business man, and one of no mean attainments—honest, active, and zealous in the discharge of whatever duties he undertakes. We i'e-. member him when he sat as member for Leominster (not as a Scottish representa tive, as a contemporary has it), the friend; and coadjutor of Buller and Moleswortli, tlie supporter of Sir Robert Peel. He first distinguished himself in the great de bate on New Zealand affairs; Having; large interests in West India • property, in a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 September 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Ouans and Murray Advertiser states that since the commencement of the ■present year the gold transmitted by es cort from the Ovens to Melbourne amounted to 209,03*2 ounces, and the.cash to ,£178,665and observes, "If we divide the total yield of the present year by the thirty-two weeks which have expired, we shall find the average weekly quantity is 6532 ozs. 5 dwts. . . ... • The Geelonrj Advertiser states that it .was reported, from recent discoveries, that a rich gold-field is likely to.tnrn up mid-, way between the Leigh and Wardy Yal lock, and about ten miles from Pitfiekl. .Yesterday (Thursday)' a gentleman of the name of Pick, a storekeeper, residing ait. the Coliban, called at oui' office and in formed us that when engaged in sinking on a quartz reef close to the creek, and near the bridgu, lie came upon a vein of ore, a portion of which he sent to be as sayed by Mr. Miller of Tarran .rower. The quantity of ore sent was 73 lbs., and the return'.has ...

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To the Electors of the Upper House for the Eastern Province.—Gipps Land District. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 September 1856

To the Electors of the Upper House for the Eastern. Province.—Gipps ■ Land District. . "Tub right man in-: tiie right place" has now become a political maxim; The electors of.Gipps Land have a fit: ting opportunity of shewing their determi nation of making'.this their, standard in future elections. The address of Robert Thomson, Esq., of Clyde Bank', is now 'before'the public, and, i- my opinion, 'for liberal and en lightened principles, will more than bear comparison with any of the other candi dates. The well known hospitality, in conjunc tion with the extensive views,entertained and expressed by this gentleman, are a sufficient guarantee for his liberality; whilst, on the other hand, his .large invest ments during the last land.sales, justify us in concluding, that, in , his idea at least, the squatter must eventually give way to the legitimate and more profitable occu pier of the soil. As Mr. Thomson's views, I believe, are not onty generally icnowii but universally appreciated,...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 September 1856

VARIETIES. A Mare's Concert.—The eccentric Lord Holland, of the reign of William III., used to g'ive his horses a weekly concert in a covered .'gallery, specially erected for tlie purpose. He maintained that it cheered their hearts and improved their temper, and an eye-witness says that they seemed to be greatly delighted therewith.—Stray Leaves from the Booh of Nature. Mutton and Men.—Sheep are more profitable than men,-—especially in the Highlands. This great market truth has been again and again illustrated by the noble house of Sutherland, whole villages of mere men, women, and children have been swept away as cleanly from the sur face of the earth as though they had been buried six feet under it, in order to make sheep-walks, to give room for the growth of wool and mutton. At the present time the Highlanders of the West .Highlands and Hebrides, the men whose race lias sup plied the bravest of the brave; to the En glish army, are the crushed victims of an accursed'inhumanity, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 September 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, HP HE Port Albert Steam Navigation. Company's fine new screw steamer STORM; BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail fromthe Company's Wharf for above Port every/Friday, iat 11 a.m.; punctually. Fah.es-—Cabin .£p—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..-.v. WM. DOTiERTY, Manager, 127-03 ■ Port A.Ibftrt, :31st Jan., 1S5G. PUBLIC j\ OTJCE. Reduced Freights to Melbourne, TN consequence of the depressed state oj — the Produce Market, the up Freight to Melbourne will be reduced (until further notice) to the following' rates. Wheat Dfl. and Oats 6d. per bushel. Potatoes 26s. per ton. ' WM. DOI-IERTY, Manager. 4th June, I80G. °348'0 TO SELL OR LET. OA acres of Land with House. Six acres well g-rubhed. Apply to J. LAISHAM, 387-3 Yarram Yarram. FOR SALE. rnHAT conveniently situated allotment . '4- of land,.opposite Messrs. Schiller a...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

t.TST of sales of stock at-hob art town DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, ;1856. 2 555 sheep, ex City of Hobart . - 26 head cattle, ex Mariposa - 12 cows, >, 4 49 „ ex Macquarie - 250 sheep, ex Don Pedro 8 60 „ ex Tasmania 11 47 cows, H. S. Page — 11 bullocks „ 12 24 cows „ — '"'6 bullocks, — 349 sheep, „ — 61 bullocks, ex Eclipse . — 296 sheep, ex Colonial 13 35 bullocks, ex Mary Ann —• 31 cows, „ — 222 sheep, „ 14 32 cows, ex Glencoe — 8 bullocks, ex Free Trader — 32 cows, „ — 755 sheep, » v 18 41 bullocks, ex Cosmopolite — 1 cow, » — 553 sheep, ex City of Hobart 19 46 bullocks, ex Macquarie — 441 sheep, ex Cosmopolite — 59 bullocks, ex Mariposa 21 50 sheep, ex Inland , 26 130 „ ex Tasmania' — 127 ,, ex Inland . — 21 bullocks, ex Flying F^sh — 9 cows „ — 350 sheep, ex Euphemia;, 27 57 bullocks, ex II. S. Page — 16 cows 28 36 bullocks, ex Mary Ann — 240 sheep, ,, — 303 „ ex II. S'. Pnge 1 29 598 „ ex City of Hobart £ 1 3 6 to 1 5 0 11" 0 0 „ 16 0 0 average .£14 5 4 9 0 0 „ 11 0 0 5 ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, : rni-IE Port Albert Steam & 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, at 11 A.sr. punctually. Fares—Cabin i£o—Steerage £2 os. Freight, per ton £2 Gold, for shipment, must be enteml at the Customs before 10o'clock a.m. on day of sailing. For-Freight'or Passage apply to YVi\l. Di) i I lilt'TV, Manager. 127-03 Tm+ A1W, 31st Jan., 1S00. ■, P TIB-LI 0 JS OTICE. V :' i Rechiseil Freights to MsJ&ourae; / TINT consequence of' the depressed state of J- the Produce Market, the up Freight, to Melbourne will-be reduced (until iurther notice) to the following' rates. 'Wheat■ Slfl. and Oats (id. jvr bushel. Potatoes 20s. per ton. WM. DQMEKTY, Manager. 4th June, 1S5G. 348-0 Port Albert Steam Navigation Go. '■"T7f7"ANT.ED to purchase a few shares * * -in tin; abov« Company; -Aildress CARLO. Office of this paper. 406 Y^N sale by the undersign...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (POKT ALBERT). September 7.—Helen S. Page, barque, 226 tons' T Spring, from Hobart Town. . T. Spring, agent* September 8.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents.- 1 , -.September 8.—jNTiiry Ann, schooner,'. 116 tons, G. Graves, from Hobart Town. Turnbull1 nnd Co., agents. September 8.—Mariposa, schooner, 100 tons, W. Croucheiyfrom Mobart Town. Passenger cabin; Mrs/ McMsh; ' W. GroUcher, agent. September 8.—Fair. Tasmania!), schooner, 156 tons, B. .White, from Hobart Town,' in ballast. Turnbull-and CoM agents. V '' September 10.—Storm Bird, i\a.s.n. Co's steam er, 75 toils, J. B. Sydserft', from Melbourne; pas sengei-s—cabin; Messrs. Nicholas, Webb, ]Javf, McLeod, and Mr. and Mrs. Sharp. Steerage, 8. CI.KAKUn out. < September 9.—Helen S.Page,barque,226'tons, T. Spring, for Hobart Town. , September 10.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, for Hobart Town. September 11.—Fair Tasmaninn, scho...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE." LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Government Gazette contains ano ■ tification respecting the' issue of writs for ; the Legislative Assembly, the date of noirii-; nation; the.clay of polling',. the place of. nomination, and the date for the return, of the,writs. ......In the list we find the noinina-. tion-for the Albert,onDistrct lias been siji pointed to take place at Alberton on the 2Gth inst., the polling' day, 8th: October, and the return of'the writ,Gth November; nnd-the dny of nomination: for the Gipps Lnnd; District, 10th October, at Sale the pulling- dav, 24th October, and .the. re-., turn of the writ, 6th .November. ; On Wedni'day afternoon a horse be ••longinjf to M:. Taylor, butcher, took fright- and set off with the cart to which he wus attached at full .speed,-.■narrowly., escaping the office of this paper. Mr. Kin<r, who was on horsebnek at the time, endeavored to stop him by riding on' in , front, but was obliged to leave the way clear, after ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, September 6. The Inclemency of the weather caused business to be dull during the week. Adelaide flour £26 to £26 10s.; Van Diemen's Land, £25 to £25 10s.; Chilian, £25M0s. to £26; country Victorian, £26; bran, 2s,. 3d. to 2s. 4d. Colonial oats, 7s. to 7s. Sid. per bushel. First class horses have been sold at £70 to £112 cach; and unbroken colts and : fillies,-at £14 10s. to £16 each.' A superior lot, of. store cattle from two to six years, equal sexes, were sold 80s. on terms.• •••••;,•. A lot of 10,000 store sheep changed hands at 12s.6d. per head.' Fat-bullocks sold from £10 to: £12 10s.; cows, £7 to £8 10s. ' .' • Milch uows, £R to £15 each. Gold lias been steady at 75s. Gd. per ounce: quantity received during thoweok, 36,021 ounces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

IHmtf'IT !tf1gr¥Pf^"*WT——miMwwi'J'im"' ADVERTISEMENTS. companies, to the great retardment of the progress of the colony ;-besides, the--secu rity of our land fund, as at present fixed, is the great guarantee wo can' offer -for capital, to construct'-railways'ahclcarry out the other great public improvements loudly called for, and which .will -tend- consider ably to enhance the value of -the lands of the interior. I should at-the same'time advocate the surveys being' kept well' in advance, so that there should always be abundance of land, for sale, to encourage and promote agriculture a^d supply new comers or intending purchasers. 1J , :; I am in favqr of continuing the expen diture of a; potion of the land-fund gn Immigration, not only to qqualize.the^sexes', but to' provide labor for agricultural and other purposes. many years mu§t .eleipse before '.the numerous contemplated* • .Railways can ,be completed, I Regard it as a matter of .para mount importance; that the improving, makin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

POST; OFFICE NOTICES. Mails for the undermentioned places will dose as fallow*.;— ' -Melbourne, per Storm -Girt/, tliis day, (Friday;-September. -I2thj ut 10*80 n.m. ■ Sale and Melbourne, overland, every Tuesday at 7 p.in. / 'Letters posted with .stamps of- insufficient value .affixed cannot be forwarded. A single rate, under half an ounce; .for any place in the colony beyond this township ♦Id. . • A single rate, under half an ounce,' to places out of the colony lid. ■. ■ • 'All letters for registration must be presented at the Oflice not later than half an hour prior to thu closing of the mail . by which it is intended to be forwarded. Postage stamps can always be obtained at the Oflice; on that account, therefore, it is retiuested that no one wJl p;e seut uw^awyjgjMotters. Thnce desirous of availing themselves of the new Immigra tion Regulations can obtain the necessary Application Kunns at this Office. " . ; J. FKRRIS, Postmaster. September 12th, 1856. . , ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. SALE BY AUCTION. Hosiery, Drapery, Hardware, Ironmon gery, Groceries, tj-c., Sfc. E. T. NEWTON HAS received instructions^from Mr. James Taylor, storekeeper, Tarra ville, who is relinquishing business, to sell by public auction on the •premises adjacent to the Tarraville Hotel. On Monday, 22nd September, 1856, and following day, commencing punctually at twelve o'clock, (without reserve), The whole of his stock in trade, compri sing a variety of articles, amongst which may be enumerated, viz :— Men andwomen's worsted, lamb's wool/ and cotton socks ■ and , stockingsp'selastic drawers, a large, assortment of -^woollen: shawls, men's: white; and'! colored -shirts and guernsies, , blue' serge shirts, flannel, woollen stuffs, velveteen, fancy tartan, men's braces, glazed lining, children's shoes and bo;;ts, boys hats and caps, men's moleskin and cotton cord trousers,' men's white and ^colored; American- drill ditto, waterproof aiid leather leggings, mackin toshes and fancy ...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 12th September, 1856. EASTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

Jlfcintr ©tiariuan, . Friday, \2t,h September, 1856. EASTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. The election for the Eastern Province will he helrl 011 Tuesday next at Alburton, . Seymour, Beecliworth, Sale, Murchison, Wangaratta, and Benalla. For the reasons mentioned in our last, we should be glacl to see Mr. Thomson, not merely elected, but placed at the head of the p:>ll. Mr. Hervey has been amember of the Legislative Council since 1853, and though not a speech-making member, he has not been an idle one, and we feel persuaded ii would bo for. the interest of the country that he should be.chosen to a scat in the new Parliament. The principles enunci ated in his address are generally in accor dance with the progressive spirit of the age; indeed.any man who seeks to; per petuate anti-f rogress notions may make, up,his mind to be ove rruled, whether he be a member of Parliament or live in retirement. • Mr. Benjamin Williams is an untried man in senatorial duties, but the views he has placed befo...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

THE UNITED STATES. The following- latter from Josiali Quincy, Esq., gives a melancholy picture of tlie in ternal condition of the United States. The lawless proceedings in San Francisco, in the State of Kansas, and on the floor of the Senate Chamber, afford abundant evidence of the utter inability existing- in the United States Government to control her own citizens. The curse of slavery is visible in every act of the bloody drama j and as surely as thg chains of the slave lacerate his limbs, sq surely will the curse of slavery eat into the vitals of that mijrhty nation and blight. and. blast and shiver it to atoms. • . The only hope for the perpetuity of the great republic lies in the immediate and entire abolition of slavery in all. its diver sified forms; and when this act of justice is performed, then, but' not till then may she hold up her bend with confidence to resent the insults or indignities of foreign nations, .whether real or imaginary. The following- letter from Josiah ...

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Eleven days Later News from England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

Eleven .days .Later News .from England. For the following- English News we are indebted -to a second eclition of the \Td bnxirxia. lii)"M lissued at 10 , o'clock' on Tuesday 9 th inst. Tlie Golden Era, ,1556, tons,lleft■ Liver pool in the afternoon o.t' the 20th June, with 407 passengers. Cargo general. Gv F. Train and Co., agents. AUSTRALIA N 'MAILS. In reply: to Mi'. Chambers,,'Mr. J. Wil son said that tenders for. -the Australian, mails had reached him.onlsy before lie came doyvnto the House, and would be (examined by him in the .course -of the ^evening. There were objections against laying them on the table, but the Go vern meri t .intended to accept the lowest price and shortest in time, and would state the result to-morrow. PEACE. Accounts from the Crimea state that Lord Gough distributed to 'the generals, and other superior officers of the French and English armies on the 6tli, decorations of the order of the Bath awarded by Queen Victoria. The evacuation was g'oing on with g...

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LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. By-way. of Sydney, news from: Galifor nia had been received up' to tlie l^tliJiihe/ before the steamer left Melbourne'. '• The Governor of California had issued" a proclamation declaring1 the county of San-Francisco " in' a st'ate;of insui'rfecii'oni," and ordering iriilitary riorhpahie's from all parts of the State, and all persons subject to military: duty thei'6ini " toxoid' them selves in readiness" to obey his .orders for the performance of military duty, in such manner and at siicir time and' place as he may direct. .. '■< The San Francisco Vigilance Committee continued to: exercise" authority in defiance* of the law, find had surrounded their' rooms with an impregnable' Breastwork composed of gunny tags filled-with sand?. They had! also cannon planted- in; various ^positions, and tlieir rtdlier6ntswere b'fisily engaged in" milititry drilling during^ tliev nights. Amunition was conveyed; into1 their rooms; and active preparations'were going on...

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AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 12 September 1856

AMERICAN NEWS, i By fiie Boston Light New York papers to the 7th June have been received. ! Attempt to steal two tons and a half of Gold dust at Sea. The packet ship West Point, Captain Harding, 33 days from Liverpool, arrived at New York June 6th, with 445 passen gersi to C. Caron. Capt. H. reports.-■ that on the 14th ult., hit. 44 deg. 10 rnin., long. 46.deg. 12. min. he was boarded by a boat from the ship Stebonheath, from: Port Phillip, Australia, for London, 90 days out,-with two tons and; a half of gold dust. .The boat's crew informed Captain Harding that half.the crew of the Stebon heath was in irons for mutiny in attempt ing. to take the ship. The AVest;Point ; has been .twenty days west of the banks 1 with light winds. . [iThe ship has safely arrived at Gravesehd'.—Eb.l v; NICARAGUA. The National Intelligencer, published' in the City .of"Washington,, contains a translation of .they news-: from" Central America, given, by; a paper from, San'Jose (Costa Rica), which states th...

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POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 September 1856

.POST-OFFICE. NOTICES. Mails for the undermentioned places will close as follows Melbourne, per Storm liirdrt\us day, (Friday, September 10th) ut lO-nO a.m. . Sale and Melbourne, overland, every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Letters posted with stamps of insufficient value affixed cannot he forwarded, A single rate, under half an ounce, for any place in the colony beyond this township «ld. A single rate, under half an ounce, to places out of the colony Gd. All letters for registration must be presented at the Oflice not later than half an hour prior to the closing of the mail by which it is intended to be forwarded. Postage stamps can always be obtained attheOllice; on that account, therefore, it is requested that no one will pre sent unstamped lotters. Those desirous of availing themselves of the new Immigra tion Regulations can obtain the necessarv Application Forms nt. thi«nfflw J. FERRIS, Postmaster. September 1850.

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CORRESPONDENCE. HE THAT WINS THE PALM LET HIM WEAR IT. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 September 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. HE THAT WINS THE PALM LET HIM WEAR IT. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. ivj r. liiditon,—JLJeing situatccl,in a re mote part of the district, I am precluded the perusal of your valuable columns so often as I could Wish, arid only a few days since fell in with your issue of the 28th March last, when; believe me, I was much staggered in seeing1 in it a copy of a letter, stated to have been taken from the Mel bourne Argus, and signed James Mac Arthur, settine: forth that individual's as sumed claim to a participal.ion in the honor of discovering Gipps Lurid. Per haps I ought to treat Mr. McArthur's production with the same silent contempt that the actual discoverer of Gipps Land did ; but having been one of that gentle man's party when he discovered this new country, arid'having on many occasions in prosecuting our journey .; the result of our exertions is too well known to require any confirmation fi-om me. Upwards of two months thereafter, on the 26th March, ...

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