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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

TEAM TO I1iELDOURN; IE fine screw Stcamihip 'KEERA ,will leave Port Albert`, every IDAYo run tcil? Le card 45reit ighbt- Cold, d 2per ounco :Pa cels over 200 ounceso ,:,fd' ' ':d old, for. shipimeti; :ieist beL eiiteed he Customs beforel10 '6 clolla am. the day of sailing. Return Tickets...: .........:X5' Available for?14days -' or freight or' -passge apply -to IRNBUUL :UOWDFN' &',"- CO., harf street;, PorbAlbeli;t:''' ll goods at ;conign~ees .iislc twien ded. All goode dislihrge d,; if' not loved from tlio wharf before 'o' cioclk nwillbe storedl: at consignees'.isk EAMER -,TO,~ , E: I;?ITCHELT " . A.ND TAMBO. ? ....;: rlE' steamnr iENTERPRISE, Alfred ' 110Mrirsby Comaidaeri will laive' Lav Tiobe iBridge eviery 'Tiicesdiy rning,1 at 7o'clodek sliari, for the h ".::; - FARES:. .. . . .. bin Passengerts ...;. ';£1 10 0 erago .. ....... .. .. 1 1 0 (Tncludinaq sfrefie eneis.) FREIGHT Biiirnsdale, per ton, ....£1 10:: 0 Bruthelin(iiclidii?g ca rtag ';.. .' : reii leobo Safw l il...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MONEY ORDERS. SALE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

* MONEY ORDERS.: SAL. E POST-orFFIcO! . Money. orders may be obtirlead at this noftie and made payable at the following Post OffiJes in Victoins-a Aranmt , Echulc 'c Prhran Avoca Emerald Hill Richinoad' Bailarnt Fryers Town Raglan Bacebur Marah Oeolong Sandhurart Beechworth: Oborae ]n , Prt Albert" Belfat.? Hamilton , Srr"per Paint [Belvir Hawatlhrr S,ailh Yarra Benalln Heathcote St. Kilcda Brighton r Hexham. . , Streatham lBrnrswick Kihnlro Tialbot, i Back Carisbrook Kynieton ' Creek. Castliemaiuea Lonnwood.: ' :Tarniailla Chiltern Malden , Torradah l CliIies "'l.ryiurigh' Walgnyah; Creswibok' . 'Ialelbrtirnb "Wae gahtt?" .'a Dndenon`g l NlwingloeooiVWarrnaanbnole Dayleafo?ad Pleasant Creek.Willtamstnrvn' Dunully Po,rtland Yackndaiandih Rateý jof:Coamisdon ia For any mrau not exceeding £51 .. .. ixpence .Exceeding . £5, but. not exceeding' £10, One Shilling Money Ordere may be obtained payable at the following iPost Olilce in Soren, Aus. Adelaide Kadina .Port Adolaide Allinga Kaaya...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

M1SOELLANEOTJS . From a bin rnp!iieal sk teh of ,r Amliroae TKvte.. Mf.T,.A. which pnears. in the Leader of Siittirinv lant, we learn that thait gentleman: is thl .hitfh6rto unknnwn.donor of the m inifieent sumn of £,1000 towards 'the find for the exploration of the interior. Tt will he remembered that it was "this don1 ationwhich caunnel so large an na'mint of oublic interest to be :take o iin the' matter. and- whic~h resulted in the expeditionr, under- Burke 'and WVills? The eame. authority valsostftes that?fr Krte, I~ s ihe olior, of the huindr;il eiiiuiea :gold prize cinps,. whitcih, foi I several "ears npanst have luen5 p'reented foir various olijerts iiniler' thename .of SThe Argul ' goldl rii Onph," : The hljturneil meetiid' of.izentleman finnoiiralle to the formitinn 'ff the i pro psed Horse and Rattle Iinsiranee COin pinny took plnce at, the' RBuh. Timn hlast niiht...,lr. -A. Ml'nartin was called tii the chair, and imaie Isome lobservations on the areg.nt neeeuitlyfdir, ndl...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT THE BALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

PUBLI3tOJIEETING AT THE . BA LD HILL. A pnllic meeting was held at the" Back Creek hitel, on Saturd ly, at hilf-.pateeavels 'clock, '.m., for tho purpase of consideringa memorial prepared by" acormmittee appointed atn previous meeting, with the object of peti toning overtunout to grant a'aum;of money "ifficlieut to clear a dray track from' the Bald Hill to the various diggings situated on M'Evoy's track. .Ma.,Iooeua proposed, and oat. B??atrai seconded, '"That ~lr. Barnett take the chair,". which was carried uslaniliouly. - M3. BA.vacrr, having thanked the meeting for. the honour coferred upon him, at oince opened the busin?eas by readinlg ?ie memorial as follows :- " B.dd Hilla19 Octoberi862.,. "To the Hon. the Presidnilt of the Bo.uird of: Lauds in I? l Survey.. "The.humble menmori.l of the inhabitaits' of Gippolohid vlho -iae' MEuy'es trunk froeeSa.le to Jericho, aheweth- That the lineii q,ictis has bees cut to a width of four feet by privaite enterpri e, and he beoon open for pu...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

MOUNT; ;USEEUL GOLD' .,, .. FIELDS. (rsno ouR owN counsronrie .i)") 'Peace andd plenty have been the ruling features of the Mount Usefil gold-fiklds since I wrote you las.. There has been no. more fighting, but a great deal of dancing? ; in fact to such an extent is the latter carried on both on week days and Suaidays "that I understand one of the diggers; whose conso?eince wase pricked at those evil doings, wrote to a cleigy man at, Sale, ,representing 'the immoral ?1nd Sindoy.desecrating ? state of thing 'on l)one nelly's Creek. I don't know how far the rev. gentleonan's influence may extend all putting ani end to these unseemly Siiuday exhibitions, but I much fear that the trade is far too good to be given cp without a struggle. There is a heavy speculation, goig 0on ;1ni female part. nepys fordasing ; wages;,25e..to40s. per week, according to age, beauty, &e. A- t one of those dancing houses I am creditably informed that aver £60 wa taken on lastSlinday. Fuilton' Creek h...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

CORRLEsPONDENCE. We do not hold'blirelveo responsible for the opinions of our correspoidelts. TO TIOB EDLOnTofO To i OWtiFLAND TI5ES. S o,-I:know nio t uhow i to apologios for troubling you wih a' matter of this kind, eo. copt by stating that I know of no other means whereby I could no readily remove a wrong im. pressiou which seems to exist on the minds of the nijritiypf th e people of this district reo garding the late land seloction at FulhaS,u by 'Messrs: W. ai'ir and Cn opany. ' It has beeon- iindustriitllf leircolatode-by whom I know not--that I told the said Mesrs ..Pearsjor and' Cmpany. "'that I did not intend selecting any land at FullZ?m, and that it was quite im. material to me :vho got it." I had fully in. ended to lot thiesmatter drop, and to I.ar in ellence the injury which I have received at their handsi but 'tia so very annoying to have a falsie staterhentof this kind continually "dinned in onl's oara, that I fql bound to give it an emphato auial. D. eara, Parson &am...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

COUMMERCIAL. 3IELBOURN'E LMARKETS. esaer\. W E. and A. S. King a roport. There has been a decided fall in the cattle mnartet this week, notwithstandinig the supply being moderate, and chiefly of very fine qiiality. "This they attribute to the impres sion amongit- the butcli?es .sht, catFle are going to be as plentlifl ,during ..the seummer months Oa they, have been for the lasnt.ew asony,, and :they- are only, buyiing for home diate requirements. .We, howeier,' ares'i clined to think that cattle vill.keep up t'hniigh the summer, but that the market will fluctuate very mutih froim week t? week. We quote beat quality at 17 a'tl to 201 per 100i ; secoud do. 148 to 15a 6d. The veal'market has been moderately supplied, and late quotati .ha fally maintained. The sheep market has suffered a decline.from last week's rates, owing to the plentiful snpply of good wethers being birught forward. Best wethers brought 176s:6d to 18 d.' - Dalmahoy Campbell and Co's R.sport: Fat Cattle.-This week- t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

SSf?PPlIfG INTELLIGENCE. POR'. ALBERT. .: tR?VED.-OCtL. 10. " Keer .a, 114 .tons. S. Patrick,from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Howden, & Co. agents. IMPORTS -Oct.10. -Keera, from Melbourne. 14 cuses geneva, 2.qr, nCa.k, rum. 2):0 bogs .,gar. 51 pkgs tea, 7 ba?.ri ° e,1 hld lqr cask and 6 cses brandy, 43 pkga ee pt tobicco, 2 qr casks and I case whlsky, 3 cases old torn, 12 cases cor dials, 3 cases wine and asndry.free gJrie . , xe,.irs-i Oct. 10. . Keers for Meclbourne, 624 oz gn!d dust. ,LRARED OU~-Ct, 10. SKeera for Melbourne. . aatLED.-Oct 10. Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, for Hobart Town. --Keera, s a., -114 tons, - S. .Patrick, for Melbourne. : +_, ._ . .. , z++ +

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

.+: ; , t , im,. FRID.LY, OCTOBER 17, 1862. THE fact of the richness of the Gippsland gold - fields . and , their. proximity to the7 plaiisii f'ii', so manifest,'that any further .delay in opening good dray tracks to points as near the ioikirngs'as can .be ac= doimiplished is _hiihly 'censuralble on, the part of the Government, and is' bitily afuitlier re-assurance th~at fromin them we can never expect to 'iave iny-fair' orjjdst consideration of·he claims of any mineis' who may'settle in Gippsland.' Now that'thetiracks from the s'able portions of thi's dii trict to' the Jordan, Goulburn;iia?l the various tributaries of the 'l'io'-i son have .been, travelled upon,.we find that they ha?ie not only-become' more frree of ?'serub, liut- thit" the. bottom of the horse-ways; have' be oinme so solidified that there is, no longer any difficulty ih:passing over them. \\'e .are still, however, with. out a single dray track to one:of the gold-fields,-and, notwithstanding.the easiness and 'inexp...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

The Honorable RbeiFt Thom hsoC again elected as unemlicetco serve in Legislative Council for ti?' l?tero P without opposition. We ble ? e we a in sayit?l that the hon. giitie :nen's have balin a diily eppFiieateir in every division "of the prvicoiice aeatfy hae this. and thiat any oppiccitiif to his twouldhi.ve been eitrciify fit ie. Hi much we may have differed with Mr. T in politice,.we-must do him the justicet that whilst being a firm endcon?altact porterof hos prty, he hal ceder been ei' extremes, blitew a'wsya olctte l moB measures and .the. cnciliation ut uhige As a locdl meomberh ha?: fi eonA?, j3l membler of Cona!cil ctuld cb aearmatnd of tany subject whicclt:c oillc adcac iritere?t?e of ithisiportion, of tthe ?Eaetem vince, and we only-regret that astuchi not eat in the Lowver li ?use,.;hen hish would have beied of cicdtidbrl?ly tonare u us. " 1- . ... ': ::+.. The aicancy caused in the represeat of Soiuth OGippalnd by the resgntioe 0. D. iedley, Eeq., M. D.. hs idcdaed I J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

SE E E S SEEBSI! .. SOTOBE. -I" s Thisi is the last S month for Sowian'tanythinug 1ke Gen ranl Orjps, and-mWl9 Is minadethe. mostFof." Vide OardiAera' Altnan-ie ' Vegetable 3Maror, Cucuiembers, Itock and \Water Melohs, Oanions, Carritsi utul fl Ser, Broad Beuus, 'Etc., Ete., JUST ARRITED. At 1 ' Cr E E'S,' : 10o . -- ayniond Street. T HE MELBOURNEB BANKING UCOMPANY, (DEPSItut AD DisOxouTr.) Corner of QUieeit and' Little Collins 'Streetsto . * I: PPmn `iy -.1 J. P. Bear,.Eq. ITheHori.Wm.Highett Ifug.a G.Ia, sq..J.P.. I .L.G T. Chiriiside, .Eq. The Hon. Ciptain SimoudStalightgtn.ESq. , .?f*Mlahiou, LML.A. Tuomas H. Bear, lE. J.P. LIABILITY UN LIMITED. D IIRECIo : P. P Bear, Esq. ; I he. HoLi. Capt MMahn MASOAGRBn:' Frederick LCooi, Esq. B.UCITUR : I W.Kutt . . - - The tabovt-imiunedi gcltlemen hive . foriedl thenselIves into a private C i taiking o. uiipany, undler the abiive title, tfr geineral di-. unt aund loani hiainleiss, and the reedipt ot fixied deposits andd deposits. ' at cal...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN r NEWS. - The 'R.M.S.S. Madras arrives in 1i King: Georfg?s Sound on the 21d inst, - bad il Hobson's Hay ni the 9th. She Irirngs very exciting news bo,th fronl Italy and Amierin. By the Red Sea telegranm i e' hbath news to the 2ndl Septemnbeir. e The Etiglish news is almost devoid o " . any stirring incident, in her Majesty's speech at the prirogation of Parlitnnert it was Mateidl that she ionlld strictly col furni to the tl-ctrine of lletrality it thle affairs of AnIterica. This p rti,,n of ho I' pe-ch was receivedl every where hut in Amn-rica with satisfaction. The Prince of-\Vales is to he married to Princess AlxiaildriiRa of Denmllark at the coni -niencenlelt of the Inew year 31. Ripell., I late' 1.P for lIambethl hali been cont .ihteid tlr forerv; he has ique ndiered £300,000 in five years, Our traps are still to retmiln in Citiadsa, so as tials -rTe.tly foravly e alltingti-Vy whllich nimal itsclr- in' Atnerica. 'Thle ldistress ini SiLancahire still contin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

AI TO ME.LBQOURNEi ; I, AY. illlloe sr tel 1C:ii"RAn it pil. zrid t`6 r from+Pn& rt ir |. 'omth' Whr o 1 , ' 'ulac tir e 'ltn ' 1 , hell'- d - t2 pea aiounciggr e' ri rvadble t 14 das.?'. I or freight ori pasaee,. apply',:t, - igoods a :conigee.e. risk.:wl hen Ail. Allgolids (tiliri ii 1g14,it ,'it oved frnm tiihewharil.brto rre'4 o' iok S ill.be sbtored.at consigiee'esrisk exlpeuin ;- "·. ' '** :. ." ac 'iT .L a "'ieit'reod e'ovMry;. ryi-gll si ,l'.te~ mDr E NI PtE'Alfred h 'ioe S btea e ofri; lllake:r;dwel "l<?tve o - -, I ýa,1'T ' ^Hriilge"'.y, eryry l'.f esddnyl I iring ra't ;,7'o'dllik,: .h; arp;-t'op ,the'' I ad . sym i f' . . a ll „Ir - I. 1 hin Pavsenigs?ir s ':...;l:: ££l 10:- 0 ,.* Ima^:+::,^::..^..;.,.?.'. +:'^-i0.. "".. ' helidi i}'* rr shhmetflsY: r ; :.';:.1, r. .... .. ..1 ', lo r sdile , d i to ni.,£1 10 0 i I :fr,"i 'lsl1o C aw b, l lsI-2I . 0 0 .eilith payable, ondelivery. "-MeA.'lDb l &h.; IA?, ET:l.. fiR. RONA rUi". L+DOVGATL;, ; bei ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 October 1862

JORDAN DIGGtIfGý. T SEWELL, Auctioneer, hasd con i: .. stantly on Sale; by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, ch -obeap. - -.Apply;at: the Offce, -oster Street;. Sale." ----. -- .-- -21jp..c _: ...Pack- and Saddle Horses. S' `T'-SEWELL- holds a-SAL-r by " : '1Auction. every SATURDAY, of Pack ahd Saddle Horsesa at Salei at ':Twelve o'clock.: :." i c , SATURD AY, 15th NOVEMBER. . . Re Frost.: S=elson ,Hotel, Luinuow.: S . Sale by. Auctions " HE Trustees having arranged the ' mortgage of 31Jests. Tnilbull, --lowden; & Co. on the above premises, will cause them to be offered by public aiuction -at- Sale on' Saturday, 15th S:ovember, at 12 o'clock. These eligible premises occupy a first -rate positiin for carrying on the public i4bu±assa-being in leosa p'ioxiityAto -:.-- Z J ;'iverfitchcll;anda' asitih b!b' c?t u land on which they stand comprises an area'of five acres, there is ample room .fur a small paddock or extensive garden, necessary adjuncts to a bush hotel. W. B....

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

. BEX(3ELSIOn.U FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1802. WmHLE ovory other branch of the Civil Service Departments in Gipps land is in a state of more or lens com pleteness, we are rather surprised at the- miserable niggardliness with whichthe Survey Department is sup plied 'with" opeorativo adjuncts; who may, under the diredtion of our Dis triot Surveyor, have 'becomeo; tho moans ot)much good to this portion of Victoria. At present the depart ment consists of a head and 'two assisitins, whlio are' coistaiitly em ployod in niaking returns about nothing, and replying to queries put forward by the rod tape gentry of the head office, who invent meaning less inquiries for.thq purpose of. fill ing uip their idle, hours, and. thus giving vitality to. an appearance of business which ini rdality. has no actual existence. ` In our idea, the duty of a District Surveyor-should be extended to a much larger sphere of usefulness than in merely report ing on the works of contract sur veyors, and taking cognizanc...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

TO T E E EDITOR O. THE. GIPPsLATD TIMES. Sin,-I have not had many opportunities of eoeing the Tinmes newspaper sinco l.cms up hero, but, on all occasions that I hare done in, I was pleased to 'ee that you have so'strongly romonstrated With the Governmlent oni tb unproteotedsntate of these goldfields. Believo ite, air, thlt your depiction of tho rowdlyisa carried on here is not at all overdrawn: 'oi` the contrary; I -'consider you have been too lenient with the rPeep.o'.day-boyes who infest the diggings and are, in themselveo, a b:ir t all miners who may desire to work their way peaceably and quietly.: I amu, however, glad to let you know that Mr Inspector Cholmley is to'bestationed permanently here,, and that the Jordan district ia to be proclaimed a separate police district,',with a warden and resident magistrate. This I trust, sir, will improi~ our state of inorality not a little oand destroy the power of might over right which has existed since the very firast rush that topk plac...

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

SLATEST,.NEWS., , NEWS iý1J y thko~tiindneie~ otio hes 4opred o. toe TelegrapliaOath eve }avoreceived file of tljo Melbourne paperse opits the' The Argus of that date qootes the following from the Sydney Einpire 6f the 14th inst.:--" When the rn:il antd pa;s sengers arrived at Cairo, on their way to join the - Madras on the Red Sea, it was stated that +the telegram received at Alexandria announcing; as indicated last week inthe daily papers of Sydney, that Garibaldi had been defeaf?l" iaid takei prisoner, was a mere-fabrication. It yet remains to ba explained why Reuter's latest telegram did not. convey the con tradiction, but it is positively strited that a telegram, denying the truth of the report of his capture was received at C airo. r The frmal opening of the line be tween Kyneton and Sandlhurst was cole brated there on Monday. An immense crowd assinmbled in. Sandhurst' on that day, anrd the hotels were sc filled that it" was next to impossible to, obtain any accommodation. Bet...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. (eone OUR OWN CORnaESPONDEN.) The uiews thais week is of the most meagre description, being nothingn more thanu a more rescript' of former 'reports of men employed ellday in eluaieo or races, and spindiing their evenings in dancing ,hantiea, or any other spocies of a-musement which theo'grog.sellers can adopt for the purposaoof enticing the ex pen dituro of the sweat earned gains of the foolish minoer, You must not ' understaud, from:what I havesaaid,'that all our miners are of this class, which would, most decidedly, be a very unfair judgomont to pass on the body. The largest number are steady, persevering, and enorgetie men, who havo come tohusband the reward of. their .labor?, nand snre their gaini for a futuire day; bait there are quite eqoigh of the noisy.clse, first mentioned, to make themsnelveos applr ae iC they represented. th geoneral clirartor of. tlhe miners, whilst iih fact they are ;the :more frothy efferveacence which covers the more valuable...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

CORRESPONDENCE.` We do not hold ouroelves responsible for the opinions of our correspoiudcns. TO TH. EDIrn OF TdhE Ol.PPSAND O TIlE~-q '" Sli,-in your paper of 17th iriat. appcars a letter oig'dltJ.1..Joio m Xpsaagnir h in tlhe letter states that "a '' mpi.ct wasentered into by the iInlitter of oippiplanud inot' o oppoae ench otler in the purchase of their runs." I bog to give the statement a most positive deninl. I have also apoken to Beiveri squitters in the district, who all stato that they novei hoarJ of such a compact. . I Ae, - Sir; Your Obedient Servant. l L " " " I. BOLDEN. Sale,20th Otor, 1862. ......

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE IAhRKETS. Measra. V . . and A. S. King's report.- The niarket'was fully supplied with good cattle, w!l;ih; followiig last week's over.sup.: ply, bave. gone' oft:with very. little- spirit, although.wo think: lasts. week's rates were fully maintained. Our markets for the next fceymonth.. areolilkcyjto be -fully supplied' from the North and West; and consequently present rates cannot improve. We quote Best quality beef, at 15sa ,to 17s Od per 100 lbs.; good useful quality, at from 12a Od to 15s do." The sheep market has been well supplied, apd a fair business done, although at a slight reduction on last week's rates. Beot wethers brought 17s Od to 18sa d. In store stock there is a little more doing. ;We have soveral inquiries for good lots, which are easily disposed of, but the generality of the stook offered is of inferior description.' Dalmahoy Campbell and - Co's repdrt- Fat Cattle-This week amniore moderate'sup. ply, viz., 1050 head, came forward,, but in cons...

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