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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.     TA NTIVY ! TANTIVY ! For the first time awakened the echoes of the ancient woodlands of Gippsland on Saturday morning last, when that energetic son of Nimrod, Mr Standsfield, threw off his pack of fox hounds, at Merri- man's Creek, to hunt, not the subtle vermin, but the fleeter and more dangerous kangaroo. Could we spare room to indulge in recollec- tions of old associations which the music of the "pets" called to our memories, we should willingly do so, but circumstances oblige us to postpone this to some future date.         Last night we had a treat at Sale. Mr. Thatcher, accompanied by Madame Vi- telli, and Mr. Livingstone, pianist, gave an entertainment at the Royal Exchange Hotel. Madame Vitelli sung several Scotch songs with much feeling and great power of exposi- tion of the national music, but her great hit of the evening was A Che le Morte, from Il Trovatore, which she re...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

77-l lb 'Editor' of Ihe. Giipprland ,Tin ra.. Sir, -, have a: great: re.+pir Lc -for, tlia old Uuardian, haviuo baeui euai 68+ri~id r truarn itii `hriet `nuniher, but I '.itkes u .f the. uardiin in the -Nurth-,li peluad lekfitiozi JA11u tieet ia, 11r Lditur;, the nLrit`re iii, tliut; piper oitiraly aularepie sul-tiff ti elehihiga, apthi t iplt itd auto uiita,11. op~ieiona~ - ci -tile: urth- ,:-&ippaiaiid eleetura. I aay thin adtvigedly, andi , IaY ni hualtatini if priiItllg (i1 is almust a grest-hei.t iilraaiv), tht ~t, t~r'Uj M1ueka%, LL. U., % ii go iii with a sweep. A' O LD ELECTOR.;.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

- - SA-iCHO fTHEpsoperty of richard Bennison. -.. i serve- Smares? this season -at M°tjrly )owndi T=1erms :-Three gui nseas eachjiAnarb paddocking fivei siil higsj;pereek. `Every; sareovwif be _taken pntwithountresponsibility. . F- IGOia E3--* Sancho" is by "Touchit Toiid~iiý"by --l-,thuriel," out o: cttia b " tcf oot"heri. dam daitel ±!a oroner," b~irCfaion, " lthurins j sWrTouchato.he, the beat and moit itic'siiuistsallini evei known upon the Sbr eIiii b`Cm," who --b.yietas erienry.' "zancho's" da? Z' . oestj, b y- the- imported Englist bl?:dbIaes?,=? rough,7 breda b., bf od 0Gnr q 61" here dam L'ady-oftheoLkke by--.Wanderer," grat?dama thorough-bred, -imported -b3 Batclhelor. -?31odest3"wasthe winnes of it race in Taa--mbin anid two' it Victoria. y..... - - IB r. h . s-iimitid nitimber of mares wilyl ie o letaei, early application li necessary. ` e`palei (e be paid before take n away. ..... -.. YOUNG-:EMJIPEROR W TILI-stand-at Green:Hills, near Syale, this season; and will travel...

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NORTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. MR. WOODS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

NORTH GIPPSLA.ND ELECTION. M:u. Wons ??Tere.e. A very numerous attendance of thIl electord taet p;rsiant to advertisement at the Club HIotel, Sale, to hear Air. J i. \Woud' a politil"o?i pinious otn th topics of the dvy. The large roota wa incurvenientt y crowded, whilst a' _Cni niderable unmltler who were .nablle r gain ndnmiltance, gathered,l roudl di, opin wi?itlw,, prv, ,ntin;, the free cir culation of air in the room whlich, be. lore~tle close of tIe ? meeting, resemble, the black. hole.of .Calcuttt, alno4t suff. eating both nudlience and speaker. 'I'll clineir was uoeupied by John King, Esq of..t!o Ridge, who requested" thatr thl meetintg would accord to Mr. Wood th, iame opportunity of expressinig his ipo litidenlviews without interruptiuuon hitl they did to Mr. Parker andDr. Mackoa Mr. Parker proposed that AMr. Woo shoold.ilddresr, the assembhlage, from thi Iblcr?ny, but this was overruled ..... :ir. WoModtheri:said l.c ,ught tof'ffe. some arjoingy -for- nrtt 'b ivig viiter ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

THE'NOMINATION. On Friday last, thedsay:, appointed I (orthe nobminationr of codndidates for the.representation of North. Gip'eaJnd a large nuimber of person: assembled at the appointed hour at the hustingse'. T'lie returning oaffi?er, Mr. Ros, having commenced the proceedings by. reading the ?:rit'and' reque:tiangi the' nasenmbge }to give a fair. hearing t ayy person who might address therm, called oti the electors! to n :minate ai'' After some little hesitation amongst,:; lte supporters of the twoecandi lies w eMere in t fi e d iet' asadecided;: !.iatha ;precedence should be-determined- I lodt. 'fr. Parker then Gii natre i GeoP Mackay, Esq. L .Dii' as a ut and proper person to represent the onstitot . eu!ey of North Gippelahd in Pirliament, ' and after a few remarks, ?aii ho, iwould: not detain them anylonger,under the ecmruhitig rays- of the :sun (which+, at this ti ie, vae n as alost isitilerahh) but, as thdir busineas there that day. a,?r to nominiit:e a fit id iproper per: son...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

Albert , 0; .each. sni .i.: -wg.-poi .. "d, , 2d, per osunee SPar. : cele over 205) ounscv,.i5i *dsol _ tfýy dayf s[il ing;". .... i e freight or patsage ai~ E1th fs trcet, ortAlb erte c .e :-gOidB ?t copslgnees5 .rink..when J?! All gobdi"'dichar ed, if not wided fr?om the whar-fbsflor 4 o'.idck p;-u awill be stoied:t: consignees' ii.k· t -txpensi. . :. r: : i:, d,: for ..l>,ipi.. .f, n t fbelen t - ER ITOM~ITE, MWfHLTCBLL, A 'AMN ABQO. .: ,--E. .nwaier,,EN.T'ERlPISE Alfred, 1 6 ob Cr every 'Puf1 alave iog, i ut oclo k, sharp, for the" (In fruding t re fo araen? e.).. Spae Pablr? uAlbevery. , .goods m rt . clParc els. ' ., .. he MeARDlI1 L & RAPHA.E,.. J e.o'Allngtiod -dsl chrgedic, *if no S Rdil ,Cs o ea ce'onf nesr R, ,OYAL: M: EIL. " I.ogeCs toi ,yErd'yhrn te'rtrg fi fM teb"?o na- leaves Port A'lberteverySFAriday, cloc. a.m.,,narrivig watllleai ay d returnin fromd lo on ieconnectidn w?ith 'th 'aliivbo, Mr. ohertyb a Beveryio Wenesay ''tud lirdsv reurn,,fimtlirltptE ".l...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23, 1861. MR. WOOD'S SPEECH AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

WEDNESDa Y OCTOBER 23, 1?i1. .MR. WOUD'S SPEECH AlT SALE. W z have repeatedly heard of Mr. WooDS talents as: a speciat pleader, spoken of in.terms as eulogistic as we bec lieve they-hai? well merited. :Still";we certainly did not .expecrt thatni he would find it'necessar to ibring his speciosity forward so ?prominently to.:explain his reasons for uopposing the:present (o?o vernment. anil iheir 'ldhi polis'. Mr?. Woo's e speech, on .Thlureday evening last (not that reported hir the Guardiai, .Extraordinary) 'isoiie ti ane ofspecious arumuentsisiphicttcalreasoiti g, hiiftini' and sliting;i he .af ist re?Tid 'n-MDr. Brooke.itid the maladminsitratioti of the Land Act, and seemed to have entirely obliterated fr6thi his 'memory his o n: his 'own political career, subsequent to; that act coming into force w?hen he held oifce under .the Nii:hnhsotiadmiiniinui tration, and.was 'colleague of 'the-J alu administrator of the: realLaiind Bill,?Dr: Greaves,iwho, when:at:the head bofthie Lands and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1861

PUBLIC NOTICE:--The Royal Mail     Coach will leave Sale for Port Albert on Thursday. 24th inst. at 9:30 -a.m., arriving   in time for the steamer. A MEETING of the store and, shop- keepers on the township is respectfully invited, to consider several matters in which they are mutually interested, at the large rooms in the Club-Hotel this evening; at 8 30 pm LIFE INSURANCE.           THE Northern Assurance Company, are now prepared to entertain Life Risks in Gipps-     land. On unusually liberal terms. Medical Referee. -Dr PECK. Sale. 'Turnbull Howden & Co., Agents. BRICKS. TENDERS will be received by the under   signed until the 31st,inst; for making   and burning 100,000 bricks on the ground, Mitcthell Towship. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted     WILLIAM DOHERTY. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

tPTBLIC DINNER 1 ILL o gveon to Do. MACKAY, at.the ' ROYAL EXCORANGE HOTSt Sale, THIS EVENING, Oct. 3QO.tl at half past snven, to celebrate his return to Parliament. Tickets loe. eahto` be obtained from the following gentleinon : . H. Smith, James Davey, t dward Raphael, DiMdOGhee, and 0. Italdtou: n Iý OR SALE.-Two staunch draft horses. a' and a flrt rate eaddle horse. Apply to Dunba Brotheros, Wine and Spirit Merchantse FriEE SELECTifIN BE1i ORIE PURCHASE. T AOITLAN bcKINNON intimates to the L rdstidents of $hl6 and'vktinity that he has eueodudod Mr. J. Taylor in the business of Dutoher, '1yd hopes, by a careful. eslection of mneats, couplod with diligent attention to the requcirements of his patrons to merit aliareof support. D'esailly Street,' Sole. -TO LET. T LE . kARINtE RESIDENCE, beautifully aituated, at the old Old Portl Mulberry Sink Cottaige, containing four rooms; with u' detached kitchen, ptable,&C. tpr partiqulari, apply to H. B.T.homas, s q., Port Albert, or u...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

o the A ditsorof fhe Gippi7latid Time,. Sii;-I have jiit received my eitra. ordinarly of hlieGuardisa coiutillitig Mr. Wod'sa speech at. Sale,) slid vith your permission, will venturtra few ruui nig' ti:u ienta upoij iL. Passing; his argouietiative but abuisive remarks. ipion the present miniatry, I cumno to that part of hbi speech whcre he aisk. "whether they (Lthe occupation license}d would prove beneficial, either to ithr individual or the countiry." This qiuesa tion he anwerhr limself by asserting (not proving that "they would " not.'. 'ow, althoiugh isFme people may think Mr. Wood: a colonial Solon, it *eemi the.country at large differ from this dog maiitic kuerttlo Hfow far the individual beniefits by thiese lieise is shewn ,by the I numbers that hiv 1 been takeniup near l T esewvere, ana is many instances by laiyeri; and tlat tiet measure- will prove beneficial to. the country-one thing-is" sure-lfad some such plan been in operation in timnes -gone by, we should hiave retined...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

e copy theoil lo inw :ia fm lettrre ceived by us, f-ymaa correinoonat wLu, jtiL. :1 outhere, was led away to oAdvewlo.iaud, by tht. over eaxcitud ruports oudiggelA'1nd tlie wdilnI misrepreorentation of suiapuwoiers: A.iter arriving un ilibourne, ur"co.wT Zcalailid biier oitbd mi and koi a good anoly oinre, I hitid en guloAsi ypeC " N ooga t uwga " o WU'anuciin, wtr . T whurlaled- in co·e itu nept., aud"µaey lad enough vi i1 already., -'bs popOs ale to. Lurlnng n huudreds,; for it was ucay l pawh in a gulsy where the gbod gold was aoooud, unamed alner the propbrieor, uLabril's tiuaiy,' und in crvery 'otoer Wirection you ra get teo culor whena you ail,. but iuthuog ,to pay. Parties of aix- or eight meon, aon ouuey to nurest, may make wage. and uthintg mo01e. dut bhe lrudhipsj to coonweo wlh 'aoca ry gre't. The wortiOga re all wet ciacuis, and beloW tou depto u0 ton ltse, canuot bt novoco or water. nuod cannootr be gort ne ur lve ori money to get buough etiaotwlwbull a billy nut water,...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

BTo the Editor of the Gippaland Times Sir,- 'e beg, tiaroligh thie mnedini, of your. paper to warn the public with. regard to the prospcting clainis ori thi Tingil an'd Thomsiulsi lvers' Ther; ýre 'ertaini: parties who have takeni i prospecting claims in their own nianie.. after whi.sh theyhawk the otlier share .about the country, stating that they hart. ibtaineid prosects of so many penny Sweights to the isha; buit when thi. truth is knowni they have nout realide;, rt mniany' specks. B iBis means dlify ?aiso sums igf.;mof ey uitoi i kýj them.inii ratiohsl ud by the labor of the.hoiniet man,.imake their-claims 'flire valuable. who, iafter his ioaney is spetit in ratiohn. is obliged to leavri, as he tiantiot earn hli, food; and loose lis mioney, t time, ansi labor, ithrough the goas deception o: these men., .Now, . we merely wish tilo state factsl that ha ve hafapened to u, within the last six weeks. One Captain fI'Donald came to uale and stated tlati heihad taken no a prospecting cl...

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FAMILY IMMIGRATION FOR VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

FAMILY XhIMIGRATIO\ f VICT5IOIA. Wee extract the fIllowing fromo t 1ehlet written bor, Mr: Loa erah X 'ifiI'VIwinotgrateoz Cur Every Marhisowli rhigrio " i n'kal~el ra~te: rt3ere t6"tis g~r o9mro'Ietgtlro tt6 fottura phidicit '"Tay plan ,upon, whic. I ajb' Slarge:populatci ato t ur Ihai h u f -,One moiety ofi the proceed of the waste. lands; shoiold:be ap be ajecla lrdveoisioez n the eand Saes h imsiigratlpn perpoeeab. 4d: ,io 't Anu'Inmiigtlon ill abhduld he ie providing thai the 6ilzleijid of 11' shall be conducted by a local bard of persous,' appointed 'by 1thi Uorhee.r Council;l ali Mii ey iaccauing toi ration Fund -to be managed byt Ue Thei board ith! tihe coinsent uof he Goe tis Council, oibt g appoinitu or u cofaidrinr g iagent n Great Britan he Hloe. Comumisiouers, and a s retar al staf resident hber. "The jriociyl of Asloted Imin should be generall similar t that al regulains No:1 April 15, bhich tomtnacitablea tqe basltiofo ayl for the i anagoupt of thisa intereat,sad boar...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

zb 1 j'ditor of the Qippslnd Timesl Sir,-- e ishallfeel obliged if }yui Will contradict in: your next issue, a 4tatemeht appearing in this uiorning'. Eitraorfiinrjy of the iGuardian, thtu lie "Frece Trader i does not return t. this port at present.. We, as agents fua the vessel, haven received no such in dtructions, and, we believe; she will.re turi as .usual after haiding lier preseeii nirgo in Hobart 'Townu.-le are, &c. TUiRNBUIL HOWDNIN & Co. ort~lbert, Oct. 21st., 1861.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

SBIPPINGO ISVTALLIG2XCs. P0112" ALBERT.; IUUYED. Oct. 25-Reece ae ;14 cone, T. rier, from Melbouzue.' Oct 23-Keer., from Melbourne, 2 qr choik brandy, 8 tido rum., ,10 , aesabtotters, Cu bass " 2`g psi cau" ;ale,-4 pkga tobacco, 17 PfL 't4, 4'pkga csuoLs, iad isry free goods. _ - _-- _ . srtoasTS Oct. s4=U. B. Dean, for LUunctaton, '40 head cattle Act.4 6-Kgeea, -for Melbourne,' 1018 Oz goltdust. -.ý - Lui our3felbourue. .Oct23-Wdhlam os~, as 74 tons,;J.O. Onc0. 2-16=.ssa, e 114 tones, CJ stncii for elbow - Oct. i jman - 2.Toe_.J McEahor for asncestons e. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

*JO1U D. iL so , -_. 1'ostmaster. ost OfmcE, Sale; Aug. 5, 1i81. Nor.L-This ofiBceclos. at 6p.m. On'rsen. days and Fridays at 8 p.in. Tm E uTdersigped havo been appoint J. edjAgenta for, '.The Gippeland felbourune iessare: Gordon and Gotdhi Stratford, Messrs. Louyd Brothers. 7 JJairnadale and Lucknot, Messrs. Dreverman, Cameron and Co. &uswrield, ,lr. Cliarles Marshall Buggy Creek, Mr. 3rucut altour. Rosedale, aiMr Paul Cansick. Iariroille, Mr. 1. F. Liston. Port Albert., Mr. F. Dusal asle, Mr. J. D. Leesuon.

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POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

..P0ST OFFICE, SALEi 143LI O TUX 'AR3ZV4LL 4.D azABUZJ 01 LqL1aD MilLs, Uiad. Uaila close at 'On I sur Usia U la for - - JiObAih -, &Seturdaye TA3ILAVI.LL N.. »rdy 1. Poxr ALumni Hale mirne at thaOflce from " a Hour I 30UWU s Tnoedga'aFdaye *&p.m TORXIIAYIL ?oar ALUEar? lr~aizw '' " " N I, ,

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

CORRESPONDENCE.       To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. Sir,—All honor to North Gippsland for having told us our error. All honor to Sale and the Crooked River for their denouncement of the turncoat, Hedley,   the Secretary of the Victorian Bribery     and Corruption Society. You have taught us a lesson we shall never forget,     and we hope to profit by it. Wood, the squatters-terrier, and land agent for the   Tarraville Estate (which belongs to his family) would have just as much chance   here as with you. He has sued too many for rent ; and has tried the Irish extermination as well. Day by day the tenants of this estate are leaving here ; and no wonder Wood, the liberal land- agent (I may say part proprietor) drags   five shillings per acre per year from the occupiers of the Tarra survey ; for this   they get a five year's...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. "An honest man's the noblest work of God." Sir,—An illustration of the above   quotation occured to-day, which, I think should not be passed over in silence: A working man, named McIntyre, (very poor, and with a large family) picked up a sum of money, that must have appeared of the utmost importance, and that would have furnished his tent (he does not boast a house) with the comforts and necessaries it has long been a stranger to. With an uprightness of purpose be-     yond praise, he at once carried the money to the Post Office, and, quietly stating the circumstances, requested   that a receipt might be given him for it, and that steps should be taken to dis- cover the owner.         This he did without a hint of any ex- pectation of reward ; all he seemed to wish for was that the money should be placed where the owner should be likely &a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

1Hi ~erty , R:ichar:d Be2nison. ` il erve tnarenl -hihi 'neasu' i U.1 4tyrtle iDowni. -Terms, ..-lThreb gui neaa'each u0i3e; plddockiug five aMil li iigper week.' Eveiy saure will b. take#"tiut yitit But respotsibtlity. i t ni o st.-" bantatio" s by **Touthit Totictut," "by "ithlriel, out u. "Actual," by " Acieon." tier data slate, to "'Coronet," by UCriton,'" '"Ithurielt by ".'.ouchatone," the. best and liio. successaultaalliou ever kiiowu upOJu.tug , EIgllsh'tart,, wagut by:* Uilmel," wIo was by *:W hatboue,'' out of " ijanter, ,.by," Master Henry.' bancho' " due. "Modesty,'" by the imported 'Eglisha brood horse, s'.Bekborough,'! brd, bý Roderick O'Connor Esq.; her damn "Lady oft the, Luke". by Waudbrer, grandam thoroughbired, imported bJ Batclhelor t ".Modesty" vwa the winner; of 25 races id' Tlbmania; and two it; .IM iVicto~ria;·:: · N.B.-As alimited number of mares will onlybe taken, 'earlyapplication it -necessary . ill expenses to be paid before taken away. i YOUNG- EMPEROR -...

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