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CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 January 1857

CENSUS. The (following' letter, has been addressed by the Census Commission to the various municipal and local bodies throughout the country:— . Census Office, Melbourne, , , : December, 1856. . Sin,—. ' "■ ,; : 1^1: The Commissioners being, anxious to avail themselves of the local information and influence of various public bodies now established throughout the country, as.one important mode for-securing an accurate and'satisfactory census, I am requested to solicit your valuable co-operation for ' ' 2. In their communications : hitherto with these various public bodies, the Commissioners have experienced;,the greatest readiness to forward their, views, and I therefore'address- to you the following instructions, in full'confidence.that you will co-operate in this national undertaking; . •3., The duties on your part are. chiefly of a- supervisory ' character. They will consist in selecting the . Enumerators, agreeing to their, remuneration, and > in ; finally certifying that the ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 January 1857

THE : NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPE DITION. :The Brisbane correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald, writing on the ,17th says:—" I am happy to he able to inform you that the North Australian ex pedition, under the conduct of Mr. A. C. Gregory, arrived at Brisbane, all well,, yesterday afternoon. It appears that Mr. Gregory, not finding the Tom Tough at .the Albert River, and having plenty of, provisions for the journey, struck right across the continent for this part of the colony, as it will be remembered his instruc-, tions authorised him to do. The journey from the Albert River appears to have been .very expeditiously performed, the party arriving at the station of Messrs. Fitz and Connor, on the Dawson, on the 22nd Oct. From the Burnett Mr. Gregory addressed the following letter to the Government Resident, which was received only a, few days ago:— Burnett River, 4th Dec., 1856. Dear Sir,—I avail myself of the more rapid movements.of the mail to acquaint you that the land party of the ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 January 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (I'OUT ALBERT). Januarys.—Village Belle, 127 tons, Uaptam j Cooley, from Geoloug, in ballast. Turnbull and Co., agents. Januarys.—Storm Bird, r.a.s.x. Co's. steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserli', from Melbourne; pas sengers—cabin; Mrs. Colson and family, Mrs. Randal and Misses Randal, Mrs. Chartress, Mrs. "Willis and daughter, Mrs. J. Turnbull and family, Messrs. McMillan, Webb, and Paseoe. •Steerage, 13. cleared out. January 7.—Village Belle, 127 tons, Captain Cooley, for Hobart Town. exports. January 8.—Village Belle, for Hobart Town; 50 head cattlc. sailed. Jan. 8.—Village Belle, for Hobart Town.

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 9 January 1857

, : :ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. 1 ; 7 MISCELLANEOUS^-f.n : Marshall 0'Donnell and his colleagues have resigned the Grovernment of Spain and Nai'vouez has been'appointed presi dent of the" Council. The Commanded in-Chief had dis- ! missed Cornets Lord Ernest Vane Tempest and William J. Birt, of the 4th. Light Dragoons, from Her Ma- . jesty's army, in consequence of conduct unbecoming officers' and gentlemen, and subversive of good order and; discipline. . ' The ship Tw'onthe, from' Rotterdam; to Madeira, had been seized by tvyenty three Malays, who formed part of .her! crew. When off Madeira the Malays' revolted, seized the Dutch crew','fasten-1 ed them in the cabin, set fire to rthe' ship; and escaped' in two boats',, taking provisions with them. The. Twenthe' and her crew were rescrue(l'.by'.tlio'Ta-\ lisman, and taken into'-Rio Janeiro1: - ij' The question of the Sound dues-is!" settled, England and Denmark having!'< come to an agreement: The! land! tran-i sit duty is to ^jr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rTHE Poi,fc 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 £0—Steerage £2 5s. . Wheat 9cl. and Oats Gd. per bushel, Potatoes 20s. per ton". 1 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, -100*03 • ■ -';"Port 'Albert) 31st Jan., ;1856. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. IN order that all .may have aiv opportunity of hearing , a preacher of such evangelical sentiments as the Bishop: of Melbourne,. Mr. McAnlis intimates to his hearers that lie will have no service on Sabbath first, at Tarraville in. the morning, or at Port.Albert in tlie afternoon: ; There will be service, however, as usual in the evening at Tarraville.at 6 o'clock;?,116 i TO THE INHABITANTS OF STRATF...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

CORRESPONDENCE. To'the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sir,—In your issue of the 12th insti, J find ft letter signed " James'Fisher,";and; in reply thereto request you will allow mo, from no other motive than what is prompted by a keen sense of rig-lit and wrong-, to state most positively that Dr. Lightfoot did not swear Fisher proposed to give ten shillings to aeharitable Institution, neither did he say anything* which could possibly, by the greatest stretch of the imagination, be construed into any such meaning. ■■■ I may; remark that I was present throughout the trial, in which I took much interest, and distinctly heard (and have a sound recollection of), the whole evidence adduced on both sides. ■ Let Mr. Fisher remember the homely proverb " Those who dwell in glass houses should not throw stones," as he must remember that Mi'. Tyers statements on oath, supported by documentary evidence, were somewhat at variance with what he (Mr. Fislier) repeatedly Swore to. ! I am, Sir, Yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS'. Eligible site for a Dairy. Farm. -TO BE LET ON LEASE.' I j 0/30 ACRES of .land, situate on the . margin of Bourkejs ;Morass,^ in\x=req-\ t}ien,parisli of,j Yarram,r. Ytmgml/fflstapt about,t\vo, miles from Alberton, iand.about six froin Port AIbert.( ; „ f Tt, i i. A nevor-faiYmg su pply..of.. ^vater canjbe obtained from the. Morass, about'air acre . of which > is within the boundary.,,of the land.' V r i , - '<! i It would be Jet to a^resppctablc tenant on thcMiiost reasonable terms.. Application to be maclc.to,,, " ■ •'■'MnW. iWTLTON; Jack Rmdet, near Alberton. ,. n&tYcm " ■ : "£ \ t 1 - <•* .< Any person - felling' trees -,or stripping baric on-tile- above ■■Iand>(section-'1L)> after this notice will be prosecuted. 99'0 ACRES ., of i ipriirib; ;agricultural Tt.I/V land; for sale il* one ,loc;. terms very easy. .: The. .land.iist,situated within four miles of Alberton on the Sale road; Apply by letter,to , WILLIAM C...

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PRACTICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

PRACTICAL EDUCATION. Th e efforts which have already, been made for the education' of the people, are highly creditable to the colony of Victoria. We are even .now- immesurably. in. advance of our mother • country in this particular. England lias been a settled and civilized nation for more than a thousand years, and yet,-''-up- ;to the present -'hour,- she has not been able to establish a system of national education. < The consequence, lias been the prevalence of the most degrading1 ignorance among the great mass of the population, and the further consequences of wide-spread crime, demoralization,1 and debasement. Of these latter, we have, indirectly, and to some extent, .been, made the victims, and our fair fame has-been--.- tarnished4 in the eyes of the civilized world.: This'error— we should almost be inclined to call it crime—of our mother country, :in neglecting to provide a liberal and enlightened system of education, for the people is, and will continue to be, ; ...

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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

THE REVENUE The buoyancy of the public revenue mnst be a highly gratifying- circumstance to all classes in the Colony.' The expectations of the Treasurer, in his late statement, that there would be a surplus over the estimates at the end of the year, have been fully realised, the nett increase on the general revenues being £314,447. Ihis increase is entirely derived from the Customs Department; all others exhibiting a decline. The nett increase in the Customs revenue is £432,280. The principal items of decrease are, —gold revenue, £45,456; assessment on stock, .£11,595; fines and forfeitures, £'3,608; fees, .£6,018; land, £4,708; miscellaneous, £27,873. In tlie gold revenues of the former period we find £39,821 produced by the granting of licenses to dig; in the latter the miner's right, which, producing less revenue, gives infinitely greater satisfaction. The falling off in the fines and forfeitures, and fees of Court, would appear to indicate a more general state of prosperity and...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SOIREE, TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SOIREE, TAHRA.VILLE. The Soiree .at Tarraville on this day week was attended'with the success and i enjoyment usual to such meetings. After the customary agreeable preliminaries were disposed of the Revd. T. McAnlis, on the motion of Dr. Hedley, was asked to pre side. The Chairman in his address dwelt on the desirableness of harmony and good will in the district, and expressed a hope that he would yet: see the pacification of Gipps Lancl. • He then referred to the improvements that had been made in the building1 in which they were assembled, and expressed a wish that he had as com fortable a place to conduct his other ser vices in. Ho concludcd by remarking -that-they-were met at the beginning of another < year to congratulate each other •and bid each other " God Speed". At the close he. quoted the following appro priate lines:— ■ Ring out a slowly, dying cause . And ancient forms of party strife, : Ring in tho nobler,modes oflifo >• , v ■ With swee...

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VICE-REGAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

VICE-REGAL ARRANGEMENTS. Hie following has been published in the Government Gazette:— " Government Offices, Melbourne, 1st January, 1857. " Tlio Governor directs it to be made known,, for 'general information, that lie will be liappy to receive those persons who may wisli to see him, on Monday and Thursday in' every week, between the hours of one and three p.m. , ; "At the same time his Excellency wishes it to be .understood^ that gentlemen from the'. country or 'any other persons wishing- to communicate with him personally, on business: which, vvill'adinit of no .delay, will be received on any day, or at any homy that he may happen to be in town, and disengaged. ; % : ; ' • ' By-his Excellency's command, "(W. C. BANCROFT, r "Aide-de-Camp." " Toorak, 1st January, 1857. "Lady Barkly will be at home for the reception of visitors on Tuesday and Friday in each week, between 'the hours of two and four p.m. ,• , . , >■;?' " Visitors calling,,on other, days are requested to inscribe; th...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

SALE. rFROM ' OUR .OWN C0iilli3SP0NDENT.'l; The following- report relative to the Omeo gold fields lias been, circulated about the township- and: locality during-, the: past two days.'; I will endeavor to give it1 you just as I heard it, although it must, he understood I do not answer, for its: truth. . I will just add, .however, that I should be inclined "to give every credence to it, had I not known that one of the parties, busy in its circulation, has . raised*: the cry of "wolf" before. There are now upwards ■ of , 300 people at: work on the, Omeo digging's, and many more are on tbeir.iway up., . Gold is found in considerably more than paying, quantities. One poundia day is freely given for laborers. Living costs only,£1 per week. , . There is no Commissioner,; Police officer, or person of any description representing,the.Govern\x=req-\ ment on the groundj or in the ■ neighbourhood. • It is but just to say that one of the par-, ties I mention is n gentleman of undoubted integrit...

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PREDICTED FALL OF NAPOLEON 111. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

PREDICTED FALL OF NAPOLEON 111. In the autobiography of a Wesleynn Minister, just issued in Canada, we notice the following calculation, which is very curious. ;It was communicated bv a Frenchman to an English friend. Fail of Robespierre in the year ! 1794. Ilepeat 1794 in single figures, and add the whole, and you have the fall of Napoleon I., 1815. Repeat as before, and you have the fall - of Charles X., 1830. ■ Repeat, and you have the fall of the l)uko of Orleans, 1842. Repeat, and you have in this year, Louis Napoleon will fall, 1857. Thus:—• ■ • • '' 1794 1815- . 1830 • 1842 l 1 : l l 7 8 . 8 ' 8 ' • 9 1 3 -4\x=req-\ 4 5 0' ■ 2 • : 1815 1830 . 1842 : 1857:;

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE, i ■ V . . 1 . ■ i'., : «; ■ •: .v Bush FiRE.-^-A very extensive, bush fire w.is raging on Friday,, iu the neigh bourhood of the Bald Hills, near the Race Course, and a considerable amount of pro perty was destroyed. "We have been un able to obtain full particulars of the rava ges, but from the best information we could glean, there were five', acres of cut hay belonging to Messrs. Rankin <ind Douglas, totally destroyed, and the farm house lately belonging to them, and now: the. property of, and occupied by Mr. Turner, our \police: magistrate, was Jin some danger. The fire had also, it was. stated,spread,,toVMessrs....M.nlr'sfarm, and srreat consternation' prevailed among:) the farmers ;an<3 settlers around. —•Bulla rat Star. Asotheiv Quartz Reef.—We. have just leiirned that a fourfclirquartz reef lias been discovered in the neighbourhood of Europa Gully.. It lies to the;north swest of the gul.ley, and is said to lead 'towards it. A; large...

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ENGLISH. INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

ENGLISH:. INTELLIGE NCE. We subjoin, a- few. additional extracts from ,the papers brought by the Simla. In a speech by Lord , Palmerston<. at Manchester occur the following observations respecting Russia:—." The duration of peace must depend upon the honor and fidelity with which its conditions. are fulfilled.' I trust that that Power which brought upon itself - the- hostility, either active or moral, of all Europe by aforget\x=req-\ fulness of international rights and duties, —-I 'trust that that 'Power, having1 concluded a'treaty,' Avill observe -that tivaty with -faithfulness,> and then, no doubt; peace will be'of long duration." The Times thus remarks on the above:— "Memorable words—well weighed, and gravely > uttered,—words honourable to the, Minister who speaks them, and ;sure to be supported by the unanimous'concur\x=req-\ rence, and, if, necessary, by the equally unanimous action, of the nation to which they are virtually addressed." : At the new sales of co...

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SIR HENRY BARKLY'S FIRST LEVEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

SIR HENRY BARKLY'S FIRST LEVEE. His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly held his first levee at the Exhibition Building, Melbourne, on the 1st inst.' There were the usual guard ofhonor-and band in attendance. A dais had been erected for His Excellency at. the western end of the building. "On his arrival His Excellency immediately received the Speaker and members • of' the Legislative Assembly. His Excellency was attended at the time by Major-General Macarthur, and the other officers ot the Executive Council, his private Secretary and aid-de-camp, Colonel; Anderson, Captain Anderson, and the French, American, and Danish Consuls. • The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, then.read the following address/ which had been, adopted by the House on the preceding Tuesday " May it please your Excellency, the members of. the Legislative Assembly, in .Parliament . assembled, desire to convey to your Excellency the expression of our affection and loyalty to our most gracious Sovereign. . "We receive wi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AKKIVED (PORT ALBERT). : January 9.—Glencoe, barque, 1 tiu tons, j.. Lang, from Ilobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. January 9.—Mary Ann, schooner,' 116 tons, G. Graves, from Ilobart Town. Turnbull: and Co., agents. : V January 9.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons; E. R "Wolfe, from ..Hobart^Town; passengers—cabin ; Mrs. Johnson and Mr. J. Johnson, jun. Turnbull and Co., agents. January 14.—Storm Bird, l'.A.s.N. Co's. steamer, 75 tons, J. 33. SydscrfT', from Melbourne; pas sengers—cabin; Tiio Right Rev. Lord Bishop of '• Melbourne, Mrs. Perry, and Mr. Mo Go wen; i, Steerage, 2, . ^ CJ-EARED OUT. January 10.—Glencoe, barque, 100, tons, T. Lang, for Ilobart Town. January 12.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. . B. Wolfe, for Hobart Town. . January 14.—Mary. Ann, schooner,'/116 \ tons, G. Graves, for. Ilobart Town. , . , ' utronTS. ' ' ' ' s. January 9.—Glencoe,<from J-Iobart 'Town; 3 casks sugar, 20p0-feet timber, Disher; 4500. feet timber, Pisher. January ...

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PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA. COUNCIL, 30TH DECEMBER, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA.. ; COUNCIL, 30thhDecemberp,31856^ .. ■. "p; -THe President'!' foSEJ.'the1' bhEir". ""s' o'cltfck." ( ' , I •/< After! presenting' a5; i^'?r^urns^ "®r] Mitcliell. laid on :tlie table £Eef fiisfc «<» • fro'm ; Sir, ,Henry' SSrMy}'. ^nnounwng'itJi'd^ 1 lie had; assumed the office.1'of1■ Governor1 of the'Colqny^T " ;:: Tlie message having' bieeii: read 'by tlie Clerk, Sir. r Mitchell moved tlie' appoint-! merit of: a1 committee to prepare' ah address ;iii; reply}1 which1 was' agreed1' to j • and: tlie - address having been'prepared,' itHvas'adop\x=req-\ ted by theV'Hbiisej' after' which" it:rwfts ' su'g-; gestea tb'hftve a;'conferen^ sembly to have ar 'joiiit address, presented, but the '• 'Assembly Refused, liaviri g agre'ed to present a separate address.1 ' j '' Tlie; President tv^Senie.d;':''ia'j,-'.spe1aiioV: egaiiist tiie3i'etiu^\'6i;lfr;fEay^ wliicli'was • si gned ->'b-yr."W"illiam 'Highett; ^ndKwa's': re-ferried-to tlie fju&amp...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 16th January, 1857. ACCOMMODATION FOR IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

Hfintt <Suat*Kian, Friday, 16th January, 1857. ACCOMMODATION FOR IMMIGRANTS. All honor to tlie men who originated the movement in favor of accommodation for the immigrants landed at our port, and shame upon the Government that has permitted the existence of the present disgraceful slaughterhouse as the only place of refuge for the homeless and houseless wlieu first they sot foot upon our lovely land.. But this is in perfect keeping- with the neglect, amounting to contempt, with which our district has heen hitherto treated, and affords one additional evidence of the necessity for united and energetic action if we would have anything like a fair share of attention from the Government. And we hope the memorial adopted by the late meeting will he urged with determination, and pressed to a practical result. We were amazed beyond measure on reading the tail-piece of the letter forwarded to the Land and Emigration- Commis i sioners, and dated on the 26th of August | last. It was...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. SATURDAY, 10TH JANUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 16 January 1857

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Satunday, IOtji Januaiiy, 1857. • There-has been a brisk trade during' the week, a large quantity ; of goods having\x=req-\ been forwarded to._the interior;:.and itJs: now hoped that business'will continue'g'ood during tlie remainder of the summer; but if there be no downward tendency, it ;is scarcely expected there will be any advance in prices. ; Flour at the Melbourne Mills.—Pine, £19 per" ton ; seconds, £17; I-Iaxall, £24; Chilian, £18; Cnlifornian, £16. ' Bran, 2s. 3d. per bushel. '• v ; Wheat purchased: in the mills/at'6s. fid. to 7s. per bushel. , Pat Cattle.—Prime bullocks,.: £7 to -jBOj second quality, £o to £6M0s. : prime cows, £6 to £8.5s.; second quality.£4 to £o._ ■Fat Calves.—Sold in quantity at 35s. to 77s. Gel. per head, according to quality. Fat Sheep.—Prime, in lots, 18s.;■:and mixed lots, 9s.' to 13s. ■.>■■ ■ . Lambs.—Prices'range from 7s. 6d. to 12s. each. Store Cattli3.—One mob fetched £4; and another £3 10s. ■ : Horses.— Brisk business,: a...

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