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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

, j'N.OTICE/rO CORRESPONDENTS. We take* the .opportunity of requesting that all communications intended'for insertion should be sent, early in the'week, written on one. si'dk of the pa per only; also that the name of the writer be either attached to the communication or sent in confidence, ■ otherwise, it cannot appear, ' 1 t<*

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

COLONIAL | INTELLIGENCE. i new-description of brick lms been lately introduced to Geelong1, which, whilst; decidedly-superior- to anything- of the kind yet1 ■used is -deserving', of' mention; This brick- is manufactured by Mr: 0. Porter, at his Potteries Fyan's Ford. Its peculi arity consists in a new method of tempering the.,clay and burning1- by which it becomes perfectly vitrified.< By this quality, such bricks may; be used;,- for foundations, even under water, instead of blue iron-stone,iand thereby!effect a considerable saving; they they are also larger than the,ordinary brick, so that, a.less quantity:, is-,; required 1'or: any given amount ot work to be done.— -Gedony A d ver.mer. The.aboriginies in the .vicinity of the Dundns..-ranges. persist in affirming : thafc there.is .a fine :country far away towards whore the sun sets, which the loot of white man has ncv»r trodden. " Black fellows," they say are thei'C as plentiful as sand on the sea shore, and the mountain...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 24th October, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

' fjjips itanU #uar^tan,; Friday, 24th October, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. :(Jnce more our attention has been ;called; ■■i to'thisisubject-.-by a paragraph which we i'.-have noticed in the MalbmrnevMorniiicj Herald, and also by the annual calcula-1 . tionswrather theiperiodical guesses as to k the quantity ■ of'food :in the . Colony, and1 the;,number of . tons v of flour ^required to supply the want0 of the; population till: the new crop/appears* in the market. , And. again - we we peat that < the conduct of the Government in: this particular is most rep-: rebensible, and they have shown an utter: disregard, of. a most important duty- by; their shameful trifling';with'a vital subject ■: Had ,4he statistics;been property; collected1 at.the proper time, the quantity required: now might have been'calculated with the nicest accuracyands thej agriculturists, .would, have; iknown-exactly: how . to crop : their, land;i to: thet sgventest i advantage, so that there should be ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

(' j' mining!,iiyrelligence.' We''have : been shown" a sample'of gold obtained atrGiiig'elly-'OreeV/'aijoiit sixty miles from'klbury^n'tlie'-neig-libovliood of theSydney-road; and we.'lem-njth'ata par ty of miners1 have been''working1 'there for some time with tolerable success. . We be lieve £olcl has' long! lieen known to exist in the locality indicated, but this is the first time we have, heard- of the Creek' being1 : reg-ularlyworked;— --border Pod. The heavy, vain wliicli-fellt on. Saturday night ■, and Sunday v morning,,-has again flooded >the. WooishecU,.Creek,and. the damage sustained must ■.•ben,very considera ble. Scarcely a/claim on .tbeiWoolshed— properly,so called;—rlias; escaped; ".the -gene ral inundation.,, i •,AVe were yesterday indebted'to Messrs, Mantel?-and' Willsj - -'gold'- brokers.5 to the ■ Bank iol'uiVictioriav 'Market-'.'Hillj'1 for the fsightiofi^a-iremarkably jmre• and'-'-beautiful' piece.ofngold,* weighing'-6*1 ozs!"19 ' dwts. nett.i -It!was>origin...

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SYDNEY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

SYDNEY POLITICS. -Ever since the ■inauguration of respon sible', government in New ..South Wales there litis' been • unceasing wrangling and; excitement. The Donaldson .ministry and the'opposition began the first session of the. ■L'3gislntiue with a fierce battle to hold power'on: the one side, and to obtain power on the other. ' The battle ended with the defe\t;bf "the'Ministry^ancl- was succeeded; by their» resignation of office.- Mr. Cow per- afterward formed an administration, .which iWtisi no sooner seated iin power* than it was in like manner assailed by a hostile i opposition; and in turn defeated and driven 'from power. But in the latter instance the warlike spirit passed from the Senate to the : city, and at two political meetings held in Sydney on Monday and Tuesday week, the demon of- party strife was displayed in all i •his hideous proportions and vengeful, atti tudes.' Not' only were the bowlings and liootings, and vociferations, but smashing of chairs,' tables, benches...

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GREAT MEETING OF COLONISTS. ROADS AND BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

GREAT MEETING- OF COLONISTS. I ROADS AND BRIDGES. iinotiier-scene in r.lie amusing- tnrci; which' has lately been enacted 'in Mel bourne nnent the expenditure of half a, million sterling by the Central Road'Board, came-'oif on the 7 th inst., in the' hall' of •the Mechanics' Institution; ' Certain it is the audience was small, hut their it was; very select, and■ the. paucity of 'numbers was amply compensated'by1 plenty of' talk. ■■The collective wisdom of Victoria was com-' pressed into the small 'corner of' a room; in which forty gentlemen were assembled lor: the express purpose' of "authorising* the ■Government--to expend the money of the whole community in -the formation of roads to- suit their own convenience. But the spirit of discord was among the forty, and ■■.they-were; unable to - agree upon any spe cific plan of recommendation to the Go vernment, and alter wrangling among themselves for a length of time about a memorial they had drawn up, one of their ■number,' more sensib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM'; TO; MELBOURNE, rpHB'^Port. Albert; Steam -L. ]\Fnirin"nr»nn C:rnnnomr!e -/inn ^Navigation Company'sJine; ..v^.new iscrew <steamenrrSTORM: BIRD, J. B. Sydscrff/' Gommfindeiy, will sail" from "th'e Company's Wharf for liboye; Port, every-'Friday,:afe-lliA-M.-. .punctually.; >3 Fares—Gabin'ifio—rSteerage iiiiS os. ; Wheat 9cl; and Oats 6cli per''bushel; 'r > .• ' |' (='"V'JPo'tar.oes 2ps'..pei\t'onr,.|„, / . Freight-on'other tiling's, £2,.peri,ton.r;j v --Gold, for shipment,-must be entered at the' Customs 'liefore1 IO-'o'cIocIcHy.-m.«'on day of sailing1. ,y ForFreight or Passagev'apply'to - , ' ! ^VM., Dpi-TElrrY,"Manager,'' T.-O.S a\,|s ..'i "Port, All)p.v.t., 31st,Jan.j.,1856. .•"•^^ILLTAM DEXTERjiiPor.traitj'Ani ■* * mal,awl-Landscape Painter, Strat ford on Avon,j(ilata(qf,London,^Exlj.ibitor, at ttie R oi/dl "A ca dc'h iij of "A rtJ]' 7'? 'afdhja,) • f>qnare{) -.begs mostM-espectfully.-to, intimate;. to the gentry^ of' Gipps Land iliat h...

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STILL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

STILL LATER EUROPEAN-' NEWS. By the arrival of the Royal Mail Ship Oceuu Chief, on Sunday'Inst, -wlmve' still: later news from,Europe. ■>; ,The > dates come down to the'5th August. '■The only additional news from Spain1.re presents the SpanishiiGovernment .to be stronger than the insurgents, iand 'in conse quence Spain is declared to be "tranquil," but it is still said, by some accounts, that many parts of the Peninsula continue in a state of insurrection, and' are prepared; to offer 1 a determined resistance'to the;power of O'Donnell. The truth • is, that the in surrection, so far from- being nearly put down, as the papers in the interest of the present government would wislr the -public to believe,'is evidently spreading and' as suming formidable proportions, and there are several towns in the province of Gr'ninv da!in a state of insurrection. 1"1 !Insthe House of Commons on the' 2oth July, in reply to Mr. II. 0. Lnnglon, 'Mr. Wilson said the Government did not pro vide'any'...

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CONFLICT WITH THE IRISH MILITIA. "Nenagh, Monday night, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

CONFLICT WITH THE IRISH MILITIA. " Nenag'li, Monday niglit, July 8. . , " Of all the scenes, real or imaginary,',, that an inhabitant of Nenagh ever saw or read of, that of this night threw them all into the shade. At ten o'clock the militia stationed in the Pound-street barracks, broke out of the gate, knocking down ser geants and sentries. Canning with them their guns, with fixed bayonets, they went through the town, to the terror of the inhabitants, yelling and shouting. They first attacked the police barrack in Summerhill, the windows of which they .quickly- demolished with stones. They then in an irregular body proceeded to Summerhill barracks, the g-ate of which was closed, and commenced to pummel it with the butt ends of their -muskets. In this way they quickly opened the gate, and broke into the Magazine, from which, with a wise precaution, the officers had removed the amunition. Not finding it, they forced out the band, who played them through the streets, which tended to k...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. INSURRECTION IN SPAIN. CONFLICT WITH IRISH MILITIA. FRIGHTFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. INSURRECTION IN SPAIN. CONFLICT WITH IRISH MILITIA. FRIGHTFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION. By the arrival of the Sea Breeze from Bristol, on the - 16tli inst., European news -to the 12th July wa« received;, ancl by the: Royal Mail ship Mermaid, which ai-rived on the 17th, the news was brought down to the 22nd July. INSURRECTION IN SPAIN. The most important feature in the news is the outbreak of another insurrection in Spain ; but this event cannot.surprise any one who knows the.state of that miserable country, or who has studied its history for a lengthened period. It has been the theatre of plots and counter plots, conspi racies, and insurrections for many years, and it appears plain that a radical change in the governing power must be' effected before peace and quiet can be permanently restored. Prom being- one of the most prosperous countries in Europe, Spain has become, proverbially, the most abject and wretched. It is insinuated by the Times that the late insurrecti...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, 18th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

.GOMMERCIALlvlNTELLIGEIfCE.'}' :i . v\ (MELBOUIlNIi MARKETS.. , Saturday, 18th October, 185G. The weather, for this season, has been .very: unsettled 'during the 'week, rain having prevailed,: and trade; has been consequently-inactive,-, though more activity appears to have been exhibited to-, ward theclpse of^thethanjat the(beginiling.. It is not likely'that'late'English'advices will have; much effect on the markets, as the-low prices of; the common .necessaries'of'1 life/bnable-ithe: work ing classes to indulge more freely in whatiwould be considered luxuries' at -home,, but which are; looked upon in" the light' of necessaries in this; Colony. '1 ' r , jri.oun.rTvThe'ijtendency has i been' downward during the,week, but,thefimlls-contiinio to quote, fine flour at £23, tOjia.i per,ton; seconds, £21 to! £23; ilaxali,a£29; Chilian; £24.' / ' Bran Is. 9d. to 2s. per bushel.':>"'' - '1 !-A ; WiiKATlboughfcatithemiills'.at 8s/tO'9s. Cd;per: bushel. fifrl.". owtnt*' *-.v Oats.—Hprsd pr...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arrived (port albekt). October 18.—Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 156' tons, B. White, from. Hobart Town.' 'Turnbull; and Co., agents. •' 1 <" •' 5 j October 22.—Storm • Bird;i: p.a.s.n. Go's.; steamer, J. B.SydserfF, from .Melbourne.-, j Pas-i seilgers—cabin; nil. .^Steerage, 8. ti( ■ Vi ,-■<( l; '•" •••••• clbaiibd'-'odT; '(' ' ' ' ■ *i October >21:—Macquarie,"scViooner, ;130 'tons, 6. Harrison, fonDouglass River..-ut>iwii. a air;. ! October 23.,-^-MaryiT Ann, schooner, -ll6l;tons,' G. Graves, for IIoGart Town. ( : , - 'v i '/jij.ohts. " v October 22.—Sto'rm*- Bird, from '■•Melbourne5 hhds. brandy;u2>.:qr/casks whiskey;-:2 ('qr. casks port wine; 47-bags sugar, 2 casks ale, .and; sundry free goods. " ""',v v ' EXl'ORTS. • i . October 22.—Macquarie, rfor Douglas's'River; 30 head cattle.'| v »flf i)u t f . October23.^Mai'y<Annj<for,(Hobart Town; 46 head cattle, 235 sheep.. • ,i ,, ,rs J;' ''/'jsIiiIkd. J ' ' Octob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 24 October 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. NATIONAL EDUCATION. THE Commissioners of National Educa tion Hereby notify that their Training1; Establishment will be opened on the 3rd November next.' • The following- classes of persons are eligible for training1:— T ; : ; Teachers actuall}'in charge of National Schools^' Teachers actually in charge of Denomi national-Schools ' ' Applicants'desn'ous of becoming teachers not included: in-eitlier of the, above heads. A pproved applicants will be boarded and lodged during the "term of training, which will extend(over..'five months. ' A fee of'£10 will, be required of each candidate admitted.' • • '• Applications;, which must be madeon forms toibe' obtained at this office, are to be sent in:not'latei* than-the 24th inst. Male applicants- will :be required ?to at tend a preliminary examination - on Saturday, the 25 th. inst.; and females on Monday, the 27th.inst., to commence each day at ten o'clock. \ Any further information may be obtained at this office on applicati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

.ADVERTISEMENTS. ALTERATION OF TIME, ' THE Convevance between t Tarrayille and Port Albert, will, on.ancl.'after (this day) Friday, 31st October, run twice "every day between; Mr. Buru'stRoyal Hotel, Tarrayilie, and ( Mr..;' Gellion's. Port Albert Hotel,'as follows, calling.atMivMonaghan's. .Tnrraville'' -Hotel, •'Tarmville,V.;}m^--'Miy;' Adam's, Ship iTotely./Port ^Albert;j going and returning. ' * " 'iProm -Tarrayilie, 9 morning,v 3 afternoon. j „ Port iVlbert 10, ' •" 4 V" )>> J Faies, One Shilling and Sixpence. ; Small' parcels sixpence each/ , i ' I._F. LISTON, Proprietor. .JTarraville, 30th Oct., 1856/ ^of'( <■ 36 TV WILLIAMS begs to'm'fonrV'tlie in •••" liabitants.'^of" /Siile," Sfcmt^prdjVc, uncl^ the surrounding- neighbourhood/ that ■ he ,1ms procured one of MncLaren's improved ! • machines, and will be able to^!supply Lemonade, Sodawater, etc., at" moderate rates. ' '' ' 37 i - • ' « CoHodion Likenesses.' . \ NOTICE. ' A LL who -may wisli to ■ secure• corr...

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NAVIES OF THE PRINCIPAL NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

Navies of the Principal , Nations. ix(Ships.' Guns. .O 491 15,243 v 300 11,773 .. 104. 742 .. •< 74 ; 2,026 .207 9,000 .. 54 288 .. . 70 2,636 ' 90 — .. 40 ' — 120 ' 838' .. "88 2,000 ... 330 660

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VARIETIES. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

VARIETIES. Sl-IEEP; The following is a summary of an.article of fifty pages in the Transactions of the Royal Society of-London on experiments in fattening sheep:— Consumption of Food.—Sheep of dif ferent-breeds consume quantities of food in proportion to their respective weights when at an equal' age, stage of.'feedingy&c.,-that is'to say, three sheep, , weighing 100 lbs. each, will consume the. same quantity of food.as two sheep: of .150 lbs. each.: Sheep on good fattening food—such as cake or corn, with chaff-and roots,—will consume weekly about lbs; of cake, 4$ lbs; of hay, and about 70 lbs. cf roots, for every 100 lbs. of their live weig'ht. When led ns above, they . will consume evfry week one-seventh of their,own weiii'lit of the dry substance of food—that is, after deducting the moisture it contains. . •Rate-op,- Tnchkash*.—Sheep well fed, and under cover, will increase about two per cent, per week'upon their weight—tlint is ' to say, 100 lbs. vweight will increase fr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AHIilVKD (I'OltT AM1EHT). October 30.—Gluncoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, from Iiobart Town. October 30.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Crouclier, from Hoburt Town, in ballast October 30.—Jiclipso, schooner, 190,jtons,.'B. Wolfe, from Iiobart Town, ; , ^ r ■ October 30.—Storm Bird" • p.a.s.n. Co's. steamer, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne'.!1 -Pas sengers—cabin; Messrs. J.; McKenzie i and ■ Dex ter. Steerage, 8. CLEAKUD out. -v October 27.-^H. S. tPage,vbarquc,!22G^tons;;.T. Spring, for Iiobart Town:/ , » ,]{■<>• ,r J v'1 ' iju'outs. , ■' October ;30.VOlcncoei /.ifrom fcHobar't*')Town; 2000 ft. timber, Fisher; G tons,hay. , .* October 30.—Jiclipse,,,fronr iiobart Town-2: octs: whiskey; 1.hhd.'.rumVG'casks-Geneva, l.hlul. brandy! 2'casics'cide'ri in'' •October^O.-r^StonhjBird,(from1 Melbourne; 22£ chests tea,' 24 , c<isks( porter,\G6v bags* sugarj.mid sundry free goods. r ■, f ,t i > 1.1', 1 ' , , EXPOKTS. October 27.'—II;' S; Page;...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. i The Border Post states that some •'gentlemen oh Albury,;have.discovered -gold in jin^able quantities on the Victoria side or the -MiUTay l^ivev dui-ing; the last .week, > and ^hat a; most; excel lent sample of heavy •fgold'had'been / washed., d'rom , a; dishful of earth." ••:...?.-.:T\vo:,htindi;ed':and-,:eighty; ounces of gold ,weie obt.uned lately tiorn nine tons of quartz on the celebrated Robert Bums liecfj Bendigo. •„ . ' ■ A nugget weighing- 108 ozs. was found ; at-the wet dead,' Donolly, a few days since; ;and another nugget; weighing 81 bs. 3 ozs., vwasi fi)und ,-by av^])arty fossicking-:':the old ground in the shallow sinking. ■' Jt has been reported that gold■, bearing qiiiirfz has been : found at Heidelberg, within; about twelve miles of:Melbourne, r Diuiolly. gold -field is said to be in a most lawless condition.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, 25th, October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE."*" | MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday.'2oth..October,' 1856. During the week just ended there has been a pretty large .unci steady'business transacted, both to the gold fields and to other parts of the interior. It is now believed that stoeks-on the various-dig-, gings have, been'al lowed- to-rum very low; and an active trade is fully expected during the summer, months. Flour.—Prices have at iength,tempted' specu'-, lation. Largeparcels.'.of--both'- wheat and flour have changed hands this'week. Fine flour, .£23 to ^24j- seconds, £21 to £'22y, Chilian, .£23; linxall, £29 per ton. Bkan—Is. 9d. to Is. lOd. per bushel. ; j XVheat bought at the mills at from 8s.' Gd. to 9s. 9d. per bushel. Oats are: still improving, preference being given to colonial, at from 8a. 9d. to~9s. : hi:taii,i markets. ; Butchijk's MuAT.^-Beef and mutton, <id.;to "d. per lb.; veal, (id.'to Is. do.*; - pork',' lOd. to Is. 2d., do.; lamb, 4s. (id. to Cs. per quarter. Poin.TitY.—Gees'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 31 October 1856

AD VE RTISEM ENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, , THE 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. Fahes^—Cabin .£5—Steerage £2 5s. : Wheat 9cl. and Outs (3d. 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.si. on day of sailing. For. Freight or Passage apply to WM. vDOHERTY, Manager, 1-0.3 Port, Albert, 31st Jan., 1856.

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