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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 October 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The elections for the Legislative Council are now • completed, and the following gentlemen have been declared the sitting members:— Messrs. Hodgson „ Fawkner : „ Miller „ Hood „ Guthridge Kennedy . „ ■ Power „ Clarke „ McCombie „ Bennett ;; Sfcrachan Dr. Hope Messrs. J. Henty, „ Roope Oowie Messrs. S. G. Henty „ Cruikshank Dr. Tierney . „ Palmer Messrs. Vaughan » Keogh. „ Urquhart „ Patterson „ J. Allan „ Mitchell „ Hervey „ Stewart" „ Williams . „ Thompson „ Kaye i It has been ascertained that the subr joined particulars respecting the above gentlemen are nearly correct, and they may be interesting to our readers, as affording a clue to the qualifications of those who are to revise rather than make laws for some'years — Landowners .. Squatters Merchants and Traders Physicians Lawyers .. \ .. Church of England Presbyterian Roman Catholic Wesley an Independents, &c. 4 14 3 1 ,30 11 13 3 1 2 30 English Irish Scotch .10 8 12 30 ■For State aid' 19 10 Against...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CALIFORNIAN NEWS. CONTINUED REIGN OF TERROR [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 October 1856

CALIFORNIAN NEWS. CONTINUED REIGN OF TERROR! The reign of-Terror, or we might rather say, tlie reign of horrors continued in San iYansisco on the Gth August last, tip. to which date advices have been received. The Vigilance1 Committee, formed for the extirpation of criminals and, the: suppression of crime] which had so 'obtained the mastery over an entire people-as:to set every other -mode of redress; at defiance,: still remained organised*and in active ope-: ration. On the afternoon of July .24, Joseph Hetheringfcon having wantonly provoked a difficulty with Doctor, Kandal, in the St. .Nicholas Hotel,' drew'his pistol and shot him through the:head, cansing'a mortal wound.: - ' The assassin was immediately wrested from' the "police who had him in charge, and taken to-the rrooms of the committee, where lie was tried, found guilty of murder, 'and ' condemned to be hung, which sentence was'carried into effect five days alter the killing—Hotheringtori being executed," together' with ano...

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GENERAL ELECTION. EASTERN PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 October 1856

GENERAL ELECTION. EASTERN PROVINCE. We give a short summary: of election proceedings being; unable, from press' of other matter, to do so earlieiv The following' is the official statement of the'gross number of votes polled for each of the candidates at the Eastern Province ;election for' the Legislative Council. We are glad to'find Mr. Thomson so high, but Hve would rather have seen him. at the head:— Mathew Hervey 150 James ;Sfcewart .. .. .. 132 , ; ' Robert Thomson .. ■■'.. .. 125 ^ .William Kaye .. .. .. 99 Benjamin Williams .. . . 95 ' William Highett .. ... .. 57 Joseph Anderson .. .. .. 56 James Denham Pinnock .. 56 The first five are therefore duly elected. CITY OF MELBOURNE. The nomination of candidates for the representation of the City of Melbourne took place on Tuesday, the 23rd ult. There were two candidates five of whom were to be returned. Although very great interest appears to have been taken in the proceedings, and a considerable degree of excitement prevailed, ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 October 1856

LETTERS detained for postage at the Post Office, Port Albert. Mrs. Amelia Harison, Yarraberg Mr. James Farrell, Yarraberg J. FERRIS, Postmaster. ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, HHHE 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. Wheat 9d. and Oats 6d. per bushel, : Potatoes 20s. per ton. Freight on other things, £2 per ton. 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, 1-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856* LEVY BROTHERS. rpHE cheapest house in Melbourne for -®- every description of Combs, Brush\x=req-\ ware, Perfumery, Stationery, Cutlery, Ornaments, Musical-instruments, Basket\x=req-\ ware, Toys, Dolls, (fee., etc., is Levy Brothers' Museum of Taney, Queen's Arcade Melbourne. 11-03 FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, PORT ALBER...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 10 October 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). October 5.—Glencoe,' barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, from Launceston, in ballast. Turnbull and Co., agents. October 8.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's. steamer, J.. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne. Pas\x=req-\ sengers—cabin; Messrs. J. Thompson, J. L; Koberts, Schiller, Davies. Steerage, 4. CLEARED OUT. October 3.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, B. Wolfe, for Hobart Town. October 4.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, for Hobart Town. IMPORTS. October 8.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 1 hhd. brandy, 2 qr. casks brandy, 1 hhd. whiskey,' 1 keg whiskey, 1 qr. cask • wine, 3 cases gin, 1 pkge. brandy, 3 casks ale, 1 pkge. tobacco, .20 bags sugar, 18 pkges tea. EXPO ltTS.   October 3.—Eclipse, for-Hobart Town;. 69. head cattle. October 4.—Mariposa, for Hobart Town; 60 head cattle.           SAILED. October 4.—Pair Tasmanian, for Hobart Town. October 4—Eclipse, for Hobart Town. &a...

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POETRY. Where hast thou been, my beautiful Spring? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

POETRY.''' "Where hast thou^beeh," my/beautiful Spring? BY EDWARD C ATE UN, A DEVONSHIRE POSTMAN.. "Where hast thou been, my beautiful Spring? . To the sultry south,'on. the' swallow's wing; -Kissing the little kidna'ppecl-'slave,'1 . -Ere'.borne awaj' on'the'deepibluehyave; •. . Brushing the tear from.the lhother'js eheelt, , tAg she, ^vept'foiyher, child;at .'Mozambique? *''" CiVaining~rt\e 'winds to the,frigid zone, ^^lakmg^'tiie^breast of 'natii're warm1;' " i i:uAnd:stilling'.the .Winter's'undertone? W:here,;hasb thou/been,;myibeautifuV§pring? • Away, with ithe/lioney-beejwaiidering,.* .^Sipping the neetarfot fumed Cashmere, - •-Spoiling'amidi the-Turk's parterre, J ji iQuaffing. warrnAi'aby.'sibalmyibreeze, ur-o i Andjthe spicy.'scentsiofrithe Goylonese? .Else....whence com'st. thou/.with thy. odorous breath,' . . ,i. . . , Ghafingrthe, cheek to.a rosy'bloom,1 • :>:f And'scattermg thpipoisonousiair,' of death, -By flinging abroad a riclvperfume?! ^i.->V(atI'f*•!'.-iTr• i...

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VARIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

vn Vi\h :4«^?YAttEETIES: ' v' 'ini&'iiiiJrtrt : mill" > ,| • ' i» /-fs^Th^ 'worfe'o'verji Great -'Britain and Ireland) Jto: tlie^extferii^pf5; 8,054 : miles completed.! Thus,«in; length they exceed tlie; ten cliiefj rivers of Europe united, and more than' 'enough of single rails are laid to make a' belt of iron round, the globe. The cost of these lines lias been £386,000^000—equal to : one-third of the National Debt. The railway works have penetrated the earth with tunnels to the extent of more than fifty miles. . There are eleven miles of yiaduct; in^the; vicinity of the metropolis ' altinel^the ear thwo'rlcs^^measure'550,000,000. Vcuhic^'ya^ ,a pyramid \ larger5^ihaW^S'tp-JanSqs!siparfcr^ •millipn^'of-'lfcrairis^are rim' 'annually bnJffie !failways";'^50^^^ ;?Ecj'ndon'^6'-'^ ?^n&6tfJl6i^berdte§n.^iD.Tlie receipts'pf •^ie^rSilWi^s^iH^i 8'5'11 HvS'rej £30,215^000; i;and,;th*ere-isrn6;'ihstari 'on 'recordiifwhich' y;he1 ''receipt's ofthe"railwa^^ 'of continuous1 gr...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, 11th Oct., 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. , MELBOURNE MARKETS,' Saturday,'11 th Oct., 1 f>5G. During the early part of last week trade appears1 to have been brisk in Melbourne, though it does not seem to have been sustained throughout •, and although more goods than usual were moved off there has been no perceptible advance in prices. The flour market is gradually becoming more steady, and prices keep well up at the Melbourne Mills. Flour.—Fine, .£24 to £26 per ton ; seconds, £21 to £24 ; Ilaxall, £29 ; Chilian,- £25 Adelaide, £24 y Californian, £22. ■ • Wheat, bought at the mills at 9s. to: 10s. 6d. per bushel. ,, Ba.iu.ey, 5s; 9d. to Gs. 6d. per bushel. Oat, in demand; for Colonial;-Ss.: to 8s. Gd. per bushel; Scotch, 6s. to 6s. 2d. Bran dull of sale, at Is.-7d. to 2s. per bushel. ..• RETAIL MARKETS.. i ■ • Butchers'Meat.—Beef and mutton 14d. to 8d. per lb.; veal, 6d. to Is. do.; pork, lOd. to Is. 2d., do.; lamb, 4s;'6d.:to 6s. per quarter. • Poultry.—Geese, 15s. to 17s.- each; hen turkeys, 15s...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Omeo,15th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

CORRESPONDENCE:': 7 >' To the Editor of,the Gipps Land Guardian. \ , : Omeo,15tliSeptember,:d856. ! Sir,—Through the medium of your, valuable publication, and do not tbink'that I use a hackneyed term, because, I think it is the germ of' a publication .that .will be useful and profitable- to our hitherto neglected, and'I was going to say, despised district. • ■■■■'' ■ *" . ' ' , ■ I request you will, give publicity to the -following remark's;'hoping that the people 'of the Lower District will not make such a serious mistake in the formation , of their roads, as they are, unfortunately', likely to do in the choice of their representative. I; Although, living in a remote part of the | district;! claim a right to know something ! of the1 geography of this country. T am informed that a Surveyor is now employed, with n. strong party, looking for an eligible line of, road from Tarraville to the Morass, and from special knowledge of the part of the country he is now in, I ami perfectly s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails for the undermentioned places will close ns fallows:—: Melbourne, per Storm. Bird, tills day, (Friday, October 17th) at 10-30 a.m. Sale and Molhourne, overland, every Tuesday at. 7 p.m.' iAtf&rs posted with stamps of insufficient value affixed cannot be forwarded. A single rate, undor half an oupco, for any place in the colony boyond this township -1 il. A single rate, under half an ounce, to places out of the colony Gd. , All letters for registration must be presented at the Ofilce not later than half an hour prior to the closing of the mail by which It is intended to bo forwarded. Postago stamps can always lie obtained at the Office: on that account, therefore, it is requested that no one will present unstamped lottors. Those desirous of availing themselves of the now Immigration Regulations can obtain the necessary Application Forms nt this Office. J. FEIIRIS, Postmaster. October 17th, 1856. .

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GENERAL ELECTION. SOUTH BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

GENERAL ELECTION. SOUTH sBOUKKE: Tlie: nomination' forSoutii'-Bpiiv'ke' took place on Tuesday^ 7th irist/,'wheh Captain Pasleyj R.Ei, Commissioner, of Public I Works, Messrs^ David Yoiingv Frank Ste\x=req-\ phen^1 Sidney: Ricardo,". Patrick O'Brien, and Foxtori were; severally proposed and | seconded as fit and proper persons to represent South Bonrke. : I Alter the candidate's had addressed the electors, a show of hands was taken, and there appeared—". i For Mr. -Ricardo... . ; ■:.... : 68: Captain Pasley . 63 •. Mr. P. O'Brien .. 48 Mr. Poxton; .. ; 45 :: Mr. Bavid.Young- ; ... 28 . ; Mr. P. Stephen ■ .15 The returning officer declared vSidney Bicardo and Charles Pasley, Esqrs., to be drly elected. A poll having- been demanded, the returning' officer announced that it would take place on the 17th inst. South Bourke returns two members, and has 1479 electors. EAST BOURKE. The nomination of candidates goffering themselves for the representation of this district in the Legislative As...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 17th October, 1856. THE LAND QUESTION. OUR PLAN OF SURVEY AND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

llantr <@uarttfoit, Friday, \lth October, 18*56. THE LAND QUESTION. OUR PLAN OF SURVEV AND SALE. In our last we intimated that we should probably offer a few suggestions to-day, which we believe would tend, if adopted, to improve the present system of alienating the public lands, and we now proceed to lay the plan before our readers. In the first place, then, we should have the land regularly and continuously surveyed; from the. centres of population into the interior. This would remove an objection which we have heard •repeatedly brought against the present1 system, when large, surveys were made in out-of-the-way places,/that it was well known..beforehand who was,to have .the. land, for,the.people generally- would not think of buying, in such and such localities. And . this objection was not without cause. , To. be sure , the land was offered by,auction, and. certainly.', the. 'greater, part of, it was passed, and as certainly it was. afterwards taken up by:one or: two ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

£_1 'Advertisements. • GiPPS land flotir. -millB out of the 'finest white wheat, for sale. Apply to BOYD A. CUNNINGHAME, ON sale by the '.uhdersigned, in- any quantity . from imp \gauohs:'and ..itpr wards, at low prices for cash. " Marteli's Brandy,■ .finest W. I. Rum, fine old Islay .Whiskey,,Gin in ease, Port and Sherry Wines, bottled Ale and Porter. Also a large . and varied assortment of all kinds .of. goo'ds. suited ,for a geneiial Store. ■ ; ' . V, V-.-., .' ,\-i. • . Sep. 24th, 1856. The Fulton, Sale. 432-0 WM. ii. disiier, 407-0 AN- jedem:;iSonriab'end. erscheint , in Sydney< die , « AUST RAM SHE DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG" . .iksBRTIOSS-GBBUEH^Ni:;',. '■ 4 Petitzenen,oder.deren Raiim j;.,jjlsvPd. 6 do. , do., s v?ls. 6d. 8 _ . do.. Fur jede.Zeiile,ih_ehr;..'.Cvr-...ji^-.i'jijPsM2d. "AiONNEMENT'.j?..,':" . Fiir l^Mona^ v'yl.Ss. nacb,sfflmmtliclfen^Po'st-StaH "'von .Tas\x=req-\ maiiia'jand ISfptl-S&ela!^ postfrsi.zugesendet, wenh' dire'c^Iiei der .Redaction,bestellt....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. Candidates', ' Dinnur. — On tlie evening; of Wednesday the 8th.'inst., after the election, a-public, dinner was given at the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, to the Candidates of this district, for the Houses of Assembly and Council, when a.highly influential and numerous company partook of a •handsome dinner,, got up in the' ^usunl ' happy manner for which Mr. Burn is so justly celebrated. 'Although the notice was brief, the tables were covered . with . every accessory of the season, and display-, "ed . with, the distinguishing, tasteVof the Royal: the wines were" excellent ■, cheerfulness and g-oocl humor,' prevailed, and after appropriate toasts—the Queen, ifec.,: —and speeches from the new member, Mr. Davis, Messrs. Iledley, Howden, Eermaner, and others,: the company separated who had met to celebrate the most momentous event which the stride of time, and intelligence lias brought to this far-off corner of ■ our distant mother country—election by' ballot 'in Austral...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rpHE Port Albert Steam •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. Wheat 9cl. and Oats Gd. per bushel, 1 Potatoes 20s. per ton. ' Freight on other things, £2 per ton. 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 1 ifnr rvatmnnn; nr. •( x ui XiClpllU U1 X (imdpc <l] 1 j WM. DOHERTY, Manager, 1/03 . Port, Albert, 31st Jan., 1856 'new screw steamer STORM Navigation Company's fine NATIONAL EDUCATION. rpHE Commissioners of National Educa\x=req-\ ■4- tion hereby notify that their Training Establishment will be opened on the 3rd November next— : , .The following- . classes of ^persons are eligible for training - . ,, Teachers actually in charge.of National Schools. ■ ....' . .Teachers actually in charge of Denomi\x=req-\ nationalSchools. . : .. ; ' Applican...

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GEELONG AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

GEELONG AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual spring exhibition of the Geelong Agricultural and ; Horticultural •Society took place on the' 3rd inst., and was, on the whole, very satisfactory, though the display of vegetables was rather meagre. The Exhibition was held 011 the Society's ground near the Botanic Garden, at the east end of the town, and preisented a very cheering and exciting appearance. Agricultural implements in every variety and of excellent qualities occupied the middle of the ground. Horticultural and dairy produce was exhibited under canvas at the north-west. Along the northern side were ranged .cattle pens and horse stalls. Entire horses were paraded on the eastern side. Cowsj pigs, and sheep were disposed along the southern end of the 'square. At the south-west, corner the refreshment tent and band were placed. Then followed, northerly on the west: side, tiers of poultry coops. . Acting Governor Macarthur was present during1- the afternoon, and afterwards honored' th...

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A SLAVE PURCHASED. PLYMOUTH CHURCH, BROOKLYN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

•A! SLAVE PURCHASED. PLYMOUTH CHURCH, BROOKLYN/ The following' interesting and touching narrative we take from the New York Tribune. The Rev. H. W. Beecher is a 'relative of the well known and hig'hly. gifted Mrs. Beecher Stowe, authoress of the popular work " Uncle,Tom's Cabin," and his anti-slavery propensities are equally strong, and his exertions in another direction quite as great on behalf of the slave as those of his talented kinswoman :— ' , ' - At the conclusion' of the sermon on Sunday morning, the Rev. Hj .W. Beecher announced to his' congregation that he was about-to perform an action of a most extra' ordinary nature, which lie would preface by reading a- portion: of the 12th chapter of Matthew; He accordinfflv read the, 1 Oth. lltli, and 12th verses of that chapter, after which lie proceeded to gi ve a sketch of the.late history of a slave girl, Sarah by name,; an appeal in whose behalf he had i lately received. • She was, he said,' the .daughter of- a . Southern plante...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

UNITED STATES. We have a copy of the Salem Register of the 26th Jane, being five days later than the. ;ad vices previously received. Congress.—A resolution appropriating 40;000 idollars for the purchase and restoration:; to; the British Government of the discovery-ship Resolute, was passed in the . Senate on the 24th of June. ;• ■•Great <Fiiie at Portland.—Nearly a whole :square was destroyed by fire in Portland, on the i morning- of the 24th' of June, including-the Temple-street Ghui-chy Codman House, Casco House, Mussey's BlocTc, &c.; involving1 a loss of 200,000 dollars. ■ » ■" ■■■:■" 1 Gov. Wise, in.his speech^ at Richmond, in favor of the election of, Buchanan and Breckinridge,•••; saidrr-r" Mr. Buchan; is, I hope, utterly' o'ppose'd to a war with England. Nothing could be more disastrous to our whole country, and especially to our southern section of ,it,than; a war with England at this crisis. He (Mr. Wise) did not.feaiv England. ; Ifwe,are : to -have a war...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

; SHIPPING • INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). fr; ; -October 15.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, / G. Graves, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. October 15.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, from Ilobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. October 15.—II. S. Page, barque, 226 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. T. Spring, agent. October 16.—Storm Bird, I'.A.s.x. Co's. steamer, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne. Pas\x=req-\ sengers—cabin; Mrs. Pascoe, J. D. Smith, and Master Duncan. Steerage, 10. CLEAUBH OUT. Nil. IMPORTS. October 15.—Mary Ann, from Hobart Town; 12,000 ft. timber, 4500 palings, Fisher; 2 bales wool packs, 10 bags ricc, 1 case ironmongery, 1 cask Geneva, John Poster; 1 case drapery, 1 trunk boots, Disher; 1 plough Monaghan; 2: hhds. brandy, 5 casks bottled ale, 5 do. porter.': October 15.—Macquarie, from Hobart, Town;\x=req-\ 2 hhds. rum. J. J. Hart. October 15.—II. S. Pago, from Hobart Town; 10 boxes tea, J. J. Hart; .11 sacks malt.; - EXl'OKTS. Nil. SAI...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 17 October 1856

LITERATURE. Journal of Australasia. .Slater; Melbourne. This work is gradually assuming the form ancl proportions of a periodical wor thy of the Colony'find its inhabitants, and' it will be: a shame for us if we fail .to af ford the spirited publishers that measure of support which will encourage them in their laudable enterprise of evoking- the latent talent profusely scattered over the gold fields and to be found in the cities and villages of the land. ' . The'third number of the Journal was a marked' improvement on its .predecessors, and the fourth fully sustains the reputation already gained. Though we may not: admire, either the taste displayed, or the style in which all the articles are written, yet we do not feel at liberty to subject them.to wholesale con-; demnation on that account., It is nuit.fi possible that those . papers' 'to which we might take exception, may be the' very subjects, and handled in the manner, too, of ■ which many would most heartily ap prove. Therefore...

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