"A disastrous fire broke out in the premises occupied by Mr. Stanway, at Port Albert, about three o'clock this morning, spreading with terrible rapidity until the shops and ..." The Argus, 13 Feb 1878, p. 6, 'Extensive fire at Port Albert'.
George Stanway, Victoria Dining Rooms, Port Albert. Board and Lodging, 20s per week. Meals, 1s. Beds, 1s. The best accommodation in the Lower District. N.B. --Agent for the "Gippsland Guardian." Gippslang Guardian, 'Advertising', 26 Oct 1868, p. 1.
POLICE. PALMERSTON—FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1864. - (Before C. J. Tyers, Esq., P.M.) ABUSIVE AND INSULTING LANGUAGE. - Gippsland Guardian (Vic. : 1855 - 1868) - 2 Sep 1864
"John Haggerty appeared on summons to answer a charge of using abusive and insulting language to George Stanway. ..." Gippsland Guardian, 2 Sep 1864, p. 2, 'Police: Palmerston -- Friday August 26th, 1864'.
Established 1853. Victoria Boarding House, Port Albert. G. Stanway (late baker). Meals, One Shilling. Beds, One Shilling. Board and Residence, £1 per week. Separate rooms for married couples. Gippsland Guardian, 'Advertising ', 4 Oct 1861, p. 1.
"James Lush was brought before the Palmerston Bench, charged with having stolen, two red blankets, one white ditto, and one counterpane, the property of George Stanway, Boarding-house keeper, Port Albert. Gippsland Guardian, 2 Mar 1866, p. 3, 'Police'.