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ENGLISH NEWS. DESPERATE ATTACK OF THE RIFF PIRATES UPON THE PRUSSIAN HIGH ADMIRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

ENGLISH NEWS. desperate attack of ti-ie riff . pi. rates upon tiie prussian i-iigh : ' 1 admiral. Bv the arrival of bei- Majesty's -ships' Assistance- ancl Resolute (the latter bearing the1 fl a g of Rear-Ad miral the Hon. Wi 11 i am F. Grey), at Portsmouth, we have intelli gence !ofan outrage on the part'of the Riff pirates, quite of a crowning, character to all former outrages: It .appears his Royal Highness Prince Adalbert, ' Lord Higli Admiral of the Prussian navy, who was at Gibraltar on the 10th of August, in- the Prussian frigate Dantzig, was anxious to inspectpersonally the scene, on the Riff coast, or'an outrage some time since on a Prussian shin, whose crew was massacred by these ferocious and blood-thirsty hordes, and according proceeded in his biirge to tlie scene of the 'encounter • a few days an tece dent to., the 10th of August, when his landr ing was not only opposed, but he was fired upon. ■■.■This roused the spirit of the gallant royal sailor,: who .returned " to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

n]i mi inn j| 11 1 !!!■■ POST office' notices^' " Malls for tlie undermentioned'places will close as follows:— . Melbourne, per StormuSirdi this'day,'-'(Friday^ November 21st) att10-30 a.m. - , , „{\ -5 ,fi[4 1 ' Sale and Melbourne, overland, every Tuesday at 7 p.m. ,, ,[}_ 'r, 1 / } -i-imWiirq h-m-i Letters, posted with.stanijis of insufficient value affixed '■ cannot'bd forwarded.';' '! '. ^ r -Ir v;k'". v , r A-single.rate, under lialf an ounce',', for/nny place1 in the "colony-beyond .this township 4d..'f .^ ,-jftfpr'ytOUU' 'it'*" ■ A single rate, under half an ounce, to places* out,of the v colony Gd. JU.ftt *ifl • ■' "■ All letters for registration must be presented at the Ofllce not later than half an rhoiir 'prior.'to'tlie closing of themail by which it is 111 tended, to lie forwarded, '-(i'' Hi' • i'ostagc stamps can always he obtained at the Office; on that account, therefore,-it:is requested'that!iio'bhe'fwill pic Msnt unstamped lotters. , f, j , <i;&lt...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Saturday, 15th November, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

COMMERCIAL. INTELLIGENCE.:; MULBOUPiJS'J? MARKETS. Saturday; <15th -November, 1S5R. There has been ia fairisteady'business^ done during the week in most descriptions of mcrchan dise both with the interior and llie town. "Flour at the Melbourne Mills—Fine, • £23 to £24 per toiv, seconds, £21 to £22; Chilian, £21; Haxall, £29; Adelaide, sold privately, at £21 10s. to £22; and a-cargo* of- Californian, by auction, brought £14 7s. Gd. to £15 10s. Bkas, at the mills, Is. 9d. to 2s. per bushel. . "Wheat bought -at the mills, at 8s. to 9s. per bushel. " V .1 ■ ■>-. - *• ■ • - Oats, Colonial, 9s;1,Gd. to 10s'. per bushel; Scotch or Irish, Gs. Gd. to 7s. (if prime samples). Maize, Gs. lo Gs. 6d. per bushel. Hay, new crop, good and trussed,-.£10.to,£10 15s.; prime 'old,'£11'to £li'10s. per ton, stained, £4 to £6. Wool.—During vthe pastLwcblc' -about 1,700 bales have been submitted to public'competition, j and prices reali.so.l were, in,ladvancei.of..former , sales. Superior clip...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COUNTY COURT. The November Sittings of the County   Court of Gipps Land were held at Alberton on Saturday the 15th inst., before the     Judge J. G. Forbes, Esq.   The following cases were disposed of— Dought v. Croucher made a remanet. Scutt v. Abson For the plaintiff, Mr. Gurney; verdict   for the plaintiff. Martin v. Maxwell. For the plaintiff, Mr. Gurney; verdict   for the plaintiff. In this action the debt   had been paid without the costs, and the cause was tried only to secure costs. Hobson v. Kennedy.     This was an action 'for rent of fart of Ori-'s Survey: ■ Counsel for plaintiff Mr. Combe, Attorney Mr. Gurney. For.tho . defendant, Counsel Mr. Pridliam. ; Verdict for plaintiff for .£46. ■ • Disher v. Abson. , .An action-for goods supplii d For the plaintiff, Counsel Mr. Pridham, Attorney Mr. Gurne}'. i Verdict for plaintifF <£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. TUSTReceived,; a splendid assortment of V the following- Boots and-Shoes, .all of the latest fashion and best make. • Ladies'elastic boots Ladies'kid shoes Gentlemen's Balmoral and elastic boots Gentlemen's dress boots for the ensuing1 Balls - Also a large stock of colonial boots made expressly for this establishment. J. CLEMENTS, TARRAVILLE BOOT WAREHOUSE, TA ItRA VILLE. In consequence of new arrangements J. Clements is prepared to execute orders for Gents' Wellingtons $'c., to measure in twenty-four hours. 59-4 Subscription Ball at Tarraville. TIST consequence of the Band not having-* arrived from Melbourne. by steamer, the above Ball is postponed until further notice. Tarraville, 19th Nov., 1856. 60 BULLOCK TEAMS. TENDER,S wanted for hauling immedi ately 200 Piles, .at,Welshpool.'' The tenders to be addressed to CAPTAIN THOMAS, of the Franlclyn River ,Saw Mills, at Adams', Ship Inn, ■Port Albert, on. or before Wednesday 26th instant. The lowest or any tender will ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. In' the Legislative Assembly Chamber fifty-six members had assembled at the ap pointed hour. Those absent or who ,'ar-t rived too late to take the oath of ,allegiance/ were Drs. Evans and Owens and Mr. Davis. The proceedings were, witnessed/by a-, bout 150 strangers : but a large crowd had assembled outside Parliament House, ex pecting to see the Governor, arrive in state to open the Legislature./; They were disappointed then, but it appears they would be gratified by a grand procession on Tuesday last. . At twelve o'clock precisely the procee dings were commenced by Mr. J. Barker, Clerk of the Assembly, reading the pro-' ' clamation convening the Parliament. At ten minutes after twelve o'clock Co lonel Farquharson entered, and requested the members of the Assembly to attend in the Council Chamber to hear the commis sion tor. opening- tJie Parliament read. In compliance with this request, the members left the House, and were/absent; seven minutes. Immediately a...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The new, Parliamen t was formally opened by commission on the 21st inst. . The Commissioners were His Honor Judcce Bar ry and His Honor Judge Williams. ■ The whole of the Legislative. Council were assembled in their Council Chamber at twelve o'clock. ■ There were not many strangers present in the Council'Chamber during the pro ceedings; probably not more than fifty or sixty/C At seven minutes ■ past: twelve o'clock, His Honor Judge "Barry and His Honor Judge Williams, entered the Council Chamber, the Members rising to receive them. His Honor Judge Barry having reached the presidental chair,' requested the Members to be seated, and desired the Usher to request the attendance of the Members of the Legislative Assembly be low the bar to hear the Commission of his Excellency read. The* 'Usher • having, retired, in a few mi nutes the Members of the Assembly, headed by Mr. Barker, the Clerk of the Assembly, entered below the bai', and took their se...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). ■ November 22.—Pair Tasmanian, schooner, 15G tons, B. White, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. November 22.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. B. Wolfe, from Hobart Town; passengers—cabin; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Miss Dawson. Stee rage, 4. Turnbull and Co., agents. November 20.—Storm Bird, i-.a.s.x. Co's. steam er, 75 tons, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne; pas sengers—cabin; Mrs. Koberts, Miss Whitburn, Messrs. J. McEarlane, W, McEarlane, Ar buckle, Carpenter, Lett, Burrows, and Haldane. Steerage, 14. CLEARED OUT. November 25.—lair Tasmanian, schooncr, 156 tons, B. White, for Hobart Town. November 25.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. B. Wolfe, for Hobart Town. . uiroKTS. November 22.'—Eair Tasmanian, from ; Hobart Town; 5 cases candles, 1 case matches, 1 caivoil, ' 1 ton flour, 1 box arrowroot, Mrs. Black. - November 22.—Eclipse, from Hobart Town; 1 hhd. brandy, 1 cask do., 4 cases whiskey; J. J. Hart; 1 carriage, 2 horses, B. 0. Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. IN future we do nob mean to admit any Advertisements bearing- a like charac ter to those which have from time to time appeared under the cognomen of Betsy Prigg, as it does not appear to us that any g-ood end is to be attained by' encouraging-, the growth of low satire, since it can only afford gratification to minds unhealthy and depraved; and produce disgust and contempt in those possessing common decency. Guardian Office, Nov. 22nd, 1856.

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 28th November, 1856. OUR WANTS AND OUR OPPORTUNITIES. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

Slant* <&tiat'ttiaiT, Friday, 28tk November, 1856. OUR WANTS AND OUR OPPORTUNITIES. IMMIGRATION. : On tire 8th of August last we made some remarks on the neglect of the Go vernment in reference to. the immigrants voted for this district, and urged.the ne cessity of active- exertion on the part ,of the inhabitants-if..they.would secure their equitable proportion of. the labor intro duced to the Colony. Although the Legis lative Council voted 400 as the number of immigrants to be sent to Gipps Land, not, a single soul had arrived at the above date; and now that the year is almost en ded, Ave have had troo families and one single female landed here, and we suppose these are the whole we are to receive for the four hundred voted. In a late issue we referred to another of the crying wants of our district, namely, a " Tram road to the Lakes," and this week we again revert to the important subject of population. We think that if the people of Gipps Land will for once uni...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. - To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. | • The memorial of the inhabitants of Al 'berton, Victoria, and Yarram Yarram, published in your last number, contains statements which we cannot allow to go forth uncontradicted, so much are they at variance with the truth. The first paragraph-of the memorial is to the effect, that the part of the district proposed to be separated is that most des titute of roads. The meaning of this is rather obscure, (a remark that will apply to the whole of the memorial,) since it does not appear in. ■what sense the expression "roads" is used. Is it intended to apply to land reserved by the survey department of roads? or to such land when cleared, or only to roads, cleared and made? '••As every allotment of land sold by the Government has access to a road, there can be no room for complaint on that' head in one part of the district more than in another,. it does not unfortunately require much space or calculation to shew that the state...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. " For want of timely care, ■ millions have died of medicable -woynds." DR. L. L. SMITH'S VegetablePills. These Pills cure— , Bilious complaints Pains in the Iiead Diseases of the Sto- Lowness of Spirits . mach and Bowels Nervous Affections Siclc Headache Spasms Scurvy . -Palpitations . ; Gravel Dyspepsia Costiveness Peverishness Heaitburn Blotches on the Face Flatulence Skin.eruptions t -. Giddiness Piles Persons of an intemperate; habit will find great relief from these pills. As a Female Pill they stand unrivalled. Prepared only in boxes, at 2s. Gd..5s., and 10s., by Dr. LOUIS L. SMITH, Surgeon, L.S.A., and Member of the Medical Board' of Victoria, only'at 197, Great Bourke-street east, Melbourne. To be obtained from all respectable che mists in Melbourne,andfrom the following AGENTS. Gipps Land and Tarraville.—Messrs. Schiller and.Tliiel, Storekeepers, v Upper District of .Gipps LAND.-r-Dre verraan, Cameron', find Borch, Store keepers. Lucknow, Mitchell River, and...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALDERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Pursuant to notice, a well attended meeting of the landholders and househol ders of the district took place at the Tar raville Police Office, on Tuesday the 28th instant. Dr. Hedley, on opening the meeting, read the requisition and the clauses of the Road Act under which it was convened, he then remarked that in the course of the year 1855 a public meeting had been held to take into consideration the propriety of forming a district Road Board. In conse quence of the resolutions then passed, the Governor had proclaimed the district and fixed the boundaries, and from that time to the present nothing further had been done in the matter ; but no sooner had the notice convening the present meeting been made public, than it appeared that not one only, but two Road Boards were necessa ry. A meeting was held at Alberton at which a memorial had been adopted, con taining statements which was, to say the least of them, very loose and inaccurate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rriHE Port Albert Steam J- 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.m. punctually. Pares—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s. • Wheat 9cl. .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.Mi on day of sailing. For. Freight or Passage apply to : WM.' DOHERTY," Manager, 1-03 ; Port Albert, 31st Jan., 185G. ''ADVERTISEMENTS. GREEN WATTLE RACES. "PARTIES interested in the above Races are requested to meet at the Royal i Exchange Hotel at Sale, on Saturday, the 6th day of December next, at 12 o clock, for the purpose of appointing the time, weights, officers, &c., for the ensuing Meeting. Sale, 23rd Nov., 1856. 65-2 NOTICE. rpHE public are cautioned against nego ciating a Cheque drawn by Robert Morgan on the Bank of Victoria, Port Albe...

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THE DOOM OF THE ANCIENT RACES OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 December 1856

THE DOOM OF THE ANCIENT RACES OF IRELAND. Two terrible calamities fell upon :Ireland—famine and pestilence; and ■ by t hese two dread ministers "of God's. ■ great purposes, the Iii.sli race wore up rooted, and driven i'or:h to fulfil their appointed destiny. A million of om people emigrated; a million of our people:-died under these judgments of God. Seventeen millions' worth of property passed liom-;. time-honored names into the hands of strangeis. Tl) .v echoes of the old tongue— call it Pelasgian, Phoenician, Celtic, Trse, or Irish, what you will, still the oldest in Europe, is dying out at last along the stony plains of Mayo and the wild sea dill's of the stonn-rent western shore. Scarcely a million and a half are leli, of old people, too old to emigrate, amidst roofless cabins and ruined vil lages, who speak that language now. Exile, confiscation, or death was-the final fate -written on. the page of his tory for the much-enduring children of Ireland. One day they may reassert t...

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DEATH FROM DROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 December 1856

llHilBTT death from drowning. Di\ Marshall Hall, whose name stands amnn«' the highest in the walks of medical nnrl surgical sciunce in England, has re cunfly puljliahecl a new . theory inspecting' iv5|i!ivxia or apnceir produced by drowning. D r- I In 11 [»n i)' islie.s the foilow-injv i-nies for the recovery of-parties suffering from sus ppruled'animation, which will lie found to differ very materially from those circula ted by the- lioyul Humane Society of England:— NEW RULES FOR THE. TREAT1IDNT OF ASPHYXIA. T. Ssnd with all speed for medical aid, for articles of clothing, blankets, ifcc. II. Treat the patient on the spot, in the open air, exposing the faco and chest; free ly to the breeze, . except in too cold weather. I. TO 1JXCITE RESPIRATION. III. Place' the patient-gently oir the face (to allow any fluids to ilow from the month) ■ IV". Then raise the patient into the sit ting pasture, and endeavor to excite res piration— ■ 1. .By ..■snuff, hartshorn, etc., np piirjrl to the n...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 December 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. The farms on the east side of the Hop kins have as fine an appearance as any in the district, and promise well for the; coming- season. We have been informed by a farmer that a species of slug has at tacked the wheat in the vicinity of Wan g'oora.— -Wwrnambool Examiner. The liay harvest, is now rapidly progres sing* throughout tho agricultural districts. : Mr. Henry Elder has just' erected an electo-magnotic clock on his premises in Bourke-street, Melbourne, which is believed to be the first of the kind introduced into the colony. The watchhouse lisfcin Melbourne lately numbered no fewer than sixty-Jive cases, forty df which were for drunkenness and offences connected with dissipation! ■ [Crime is costly, degrading-, and destruc tive... Education is cheap, elevating-, and ennobling.]. The Legislative Assembly of New South Wales have unanimously adopted a series of resolutions against the proposed renewal of transportation to the northern part of. New South Wal...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 December 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE.1 The gold fields'of. the colony generally ■appear to be in a liig-hly prosperous con dition ; and if-' the yield may be estimated by th° quantity brought down by escort, it seems to lie pretty well sustained and equally distributed, on taking the average, of any given number of. weeks.. During the winter, and on some lata occasions, the diggers have suffered many and severe Josses; but they seem to be wonderfully buoyant, and soon surmount the calamities, however severe. Last '.veelc n nugget weighing 04 ounces was found atSawpit Flat, Nuggetty Gully, Fryer's Ci.eek. Some shallow sinking1 has 'latp.lv been discovered between Brown Hill and Eu reka, Ballaarat, and several large and handsome nuggets have been turned up, one of which weighed 207 ounces. A new patcli of auriferous ground has been opened at Buuinyong, called the Oeme.fc:*y .Diggings, from the fact of its including the bur'al ground; and in their searcli for gold the diggers Ijn%'(! actually disturbed...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 5 December 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 'ARRIVED (I'OUT ALBERT). November 28.—Glencoe, .barque, 160 tons, 1.. Lang, from Hobart Town. Turnbull ancl .Co., I ugents. v November 30.—Free Trader, barque, 206 tons; Capt. Thorn, from Geelong, in ballast, Turnbull and Co., agents. December 3.-—Maequarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. - December 4.—Mariposa, schooner, 190; tons,' W. Croucher, from I-Iobart Town. W. Croucher, agent. CLEARED OUT. December 1.—Glencoe, barque, , 160 . tons, ,.T. : Lang, for Hobart Town. 'December 3.—•Free Trader,1 barque,,206 tons, Capt. Thom, for Hobart Town.; ;• ■■■■■;. December 4.—Maequarie, schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison, for Hobart Town. l.Ml'OltTS. November 28.—Glencoe, from Hobart Town; 3000 paling, Fisher; 1 ton hay, Turnbull and Co.; I ton ha}', Gcllion; 15 pits, furniture, Lang; and sundry other goods to order. December 3.—Maequarie, from Hobart Town; 10,000 laths, 10,000 shingles, J. W. Jones; and sundry goods to order....

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We take the opportunity of requesting that all communications intended for insertion should he sent, early in the week, written oh one side 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. An Ex-Sergeant ot? Police.—His communication does not appear in our columns'as we are unwilling' to insert any thing' so personal even' though the author's real name be substituted for the' present signature; Can lie not seek redress from head quarters ?

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