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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

MISOELLA.NEOUUS. Th;i Ars lns at lat led the way inll talting notice of Gipsland gold-fieldl s We e itrnet the following from a leadehr on the ldd-fielili of thi colony; puolidshill in' that jtrn:lln of the 25th ilst;-"Nsw digtings also nare coitinually added to the list; I i lippshianl, a district is now being rapidly opened tip, t id;l enmied of i as a .goliidlldia few years ago, hut which t, proinises.to rival Bendis.o and Balliara', and doub!le tlhe extent of the knoiwi ari- ri feriltlan ditl?dof tha'colony.;.This larls Ii division of Victoria lies soutl of the t Snowy.,o, ontailnsand that p'rtion of the e. DpivhiigH lrange in which the Yarra takes a its, rise, stretoehing down to tohe s;n, It extends from Western Port By on ithe I, west, to 'tle imarch .with Newi South at VrWales on the east, andl enmpirises a area rt etlual to that portion of the coilinyhiclhi emnlraces all the oldler gold-fields. .It is n corsel hby, noble rivers, snme of tlhem pi niaviglhle, and its; scenery...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

" EXCELSIOn." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31S 1862. THE interests of all classes in Gipps land' are now so thoroughly indenti cated, that each individual of the comnmunity is more or less connected with the full development of every resource which the district possesses, neither class claiming preccedence, but, joining hand in hand and marching- forward; over conririg all difficulties which staind in thbe way 'i6f ifiprovement,anid forming' a bond of united brotherhood, liel together'by the ties of inutual welt fare and the hop6 of futurbeiTdvaneo ment.: Gi.ppland no}v,.po Besseo? within itself-to at greater extent thiin at any- other' period*-the advantages of both, supply and consumption.; .oui-; rich -pasturages. -and.- fruitful firms yield-the, one, and, amongst the minors on our mountain stronme roe find the other. Whatever, there fore,. advarnces. the moans of. con sumnption must assist in,.producing supply, and, with the increased demand. for the fiui ts of agriculture, follows the enhai...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

TOWN TALK. It is with much regret, `though unticcom panlod with any saiririro,' that we h'avo to ro. late a case of ot.icking -p. which occura#l thie week on the track from e yfield to the Bald hill, On WkVednesday aftopnropni botweenl two and three o'clook,'Mr. Woi bbor, of Doemolly's Creek, neeompanied by another man.and.q littlo ýsuy;'lsf tlihe4tld Hill'in inn American bnggy for Side, wlo1t about four miles from the Inter place, in lice ing thenslh ia sirubby portliou of t!e way,.they worctddlonly arineted in their lirOgrola by 'flve men sn hoer.bienoh, armed with rifles and platols. WeVubboer aln hiaupgrt wroe compolle to come out of the convoyanee and wore takou about a mili In the bIth, and there robbed of all the money they had abou. them. From Webber they took about £100, but we Irav not heard the amount of money taken? from the other. The'bush rangersthe then tied the parties to a tree and left them, but first giving them' one pound as they s.lid, to pay travelling expenseO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

JOPD.N IDIGGNGS. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. .Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. 2u je c Pack and Saddle Horses. R. SEwELL holds a SALE, by .L Auction, every SATURDAY, of Pack and Saddlo l[orses, at Sale, at Twrelvo o'clock. s. Ua c SATURDAY, 1st NOVEMBER. Sale by Aucti.n, AT the Turds, Foster street, at ."l- Twelve o'clock noon, J20 head of horses from Maneroo. No reserve. ' J:SEVWELL, Auctidneer. 'MONDAY,. 3rd NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction, 7T the '=arlds, Foater a etzst . Twe.lv 'clock noon,; : Milking Cows, -.Brsken in thoroughly quiet. - .I E?IWELL, Auctioneer. WTYEDNESDAY, 5th NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction. J SEWELL, has received instruc a tions froin Mr. Rlobert Gibbs to sell by auction on his premises next to Mr. Jacobs, Sale. witlhouit reserve, .20,000 bricks," in lot to suit pur-. chasers '2 milking cows "' 1 mare and fal. &c., &c , Ac. SATURDAY, 8th NOVEMBER. Sale by Auetion.. J SEWELL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

TEAM' TO. :VIMELBO U"R:NE. 1lE fine screw Steamship 1CE EltRA hill leavd Port Albet? L'every RIDAY. wic ill be clrrioed to or from Port SAlbert "at 80, eat;hj ' . reight" -old, 2d. plerC ounce.it" Par cela over LOC 200Q o jeet ;y 'od' for ,tnpment,n iilit?5-lieýt iitered thIe Customs beforel0: o clock a.ni the day of soiling. , fleturn Tickets .... .. .t., Available for 14 days.:. ' For. freight or "pneiagne'anpply" to, UIINBULL,: llO\V OIINIi CO., 'bhrf treet,, PortAlbert. ;: ,All goods :at .conisigneest, risk when ,aed. All goods.: dsichaarge!;, i':nql t mioved from the whnarf betre, 4, o'-ocko r.; w'ill b'e stored at, consignees?.ras ,id expense. : " . . " a "1 ,": STCAUER TO Tim .M' ITCHELL AND .TAMBO, :. : l steamer 1N 1llPREl',E Alfred ao rrisby "oaiaaianiader,'ill? luiw h'I' wTi b& T ro iaiiliga evtiry Tuesday orting,'at'7 o'clock; alharp,tfor. tlhe bove. ' ,bin Pioss ngr.rs £ 10 0 I r . .'1 1. FREIGHT ; o Bair??ilale,1 t?i in-:. ."'"£1r 10 0 olituthen(inilud i'?'arta...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

MARRIAGES.     At St. Paul's Church, Sale, Gippsland, on 24th inst., by the Rev. P. K. Simmons, Edward Swan, late of Sittingbourne, Kent, England, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John   Carmichael of Alva, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Home papers please copy.   At Christ's Church, Tarraville, on the 27th inst., by the Rev. J. C. T. Stretch, John James, eldest son of Henry English, Queen street Works, Redditch, England, to Julia Maria, eldest daughter of Richard Bennison, of Myrtle Downs, by Sale. Divine Service will be held in the Presby- terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 12 o'clock noon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

TO Tile enDIOr OF TUE oIPPSLAND TIY53!. Szo,-The in divsdiality of the dolghty W'E of the OGdrdian hrvipglately been ascertained in a Polico 'Court'e"eso abetwohn a young sprig of the ?aw, and the champion of the proos, it has been no miatter of surprise to thoaoebehind the scones that such a sub-lead' r as appeared in the Port Albert paper sho'uld hearo been published in that journal. The attack oxn Mr. Ieallott is nothing more than a vile anid libelous asporaion on the character of a quiet and unobirusivo gentleman, who, though he may heIve an ambition to enter the councils of the conlony, ie not for thati cause to have his private note tortured into crimes, his personal appeoqramce made an object of ridicule, and even his very, domestio establise. menthbrought from its retirnemeont and made th.onij]ject upf puliicreproach.: \With ouch an :editor, n eply: isn foibidden to Mfr. Hallott thlreuili thab :journal. o s'it:i.woellkunw' the" private sploeen which gave origin- tA the foul....

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THE MAGNETIC TELL-TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

THE MAONETIc TELL-TALEt.-Thiis instrumenut, the invention of Professor Whentstone, is attached to some of the tnrnstile at the Exhibitici. It is worlkee without battery power'ofany kind. The eloctricity is generated by a 'magnetie machile of pecualar construction. con nected in sel mainner with the axis of the turnstile as to discharge n-current of its own force at each revolution of the stile. Thius every visitor, in passing through it, unconsciously and telegraph ically announces a fresh arrival to the financial officer of theComnmissioners, in whose rooms are fixed the instrumtnents Tor receivinig and recording tleeliberiied current, which latter iscindueted thither biy a linu of copper laid along the building, hetween these instruments and the turn stiles, anII metallically connected to eael. alan.su TUE VENTRILoquIsT.-Some years ago, one Moran, a'slater, posisased thle faculty of ventriloquism in a very extraordinahry dcegree; fromn the tops of the houses he could aedist travel...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

TO TUE EDITOR O1 THE OIPPSLAND TIMES. 7Sl;" tlithisi, is carrysig out tihe arrangements for the Re ta on the Lakes in Deceimber, ilihatthe commilttee olght, in justice to thoseoýho. cdn" use a pair of sculls to ,have also a l'little sport i that direction indight outriggers or.boats. We conldl get thlen up from. theTerra arind I aould cart tlien upfrpbitthe ortas my. share in the procursngioftjwm. I think there may be sose bushmen in Gippslztsd Sthai may no iaive ihandledi a scull for many a year; but'lwho migiht yet not quite have forgotten oltl home sport, and be an:acquisition to die races. My suggestion I shal h la happy to see in the Times. I am, Sir,',, < SAILATEUR SCULLER. Oct.128t11,'1862. =`

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

TO.TiEDITOR OOF ToB!'OIPPSLAND TIncS. Ssit =Will you oligiemoe so far, as ito acquaint tie deputation from the Bald Hill respectingthle road iintended between Sale and thei Gippsland 'gold fields, and intro dnced to me' by Mr. Cooper, of the Bald ,Hill that, ;iminediately iafter writing to the President of the Board f Land and Sur vey, I.,vas uiifortunati seized wirtli a most serious atitacko nfenza, wich prevented me going ia tiwn.ta atteo d my' usual avocations, and, ocourse, I did not receive; Mr. Dffs a appointiment of a day for receiving .thle de'otation until after the time fixed hadlelapsed. I triust no inconvenience arose, in consequence of this accidlenti to tlhile depitation. I need inot say that I hallhbe happy to do all' in my power to'forivarid itheir moat desirable.ob ject, about, vhich, before' I heard of the. deputationcoming towll ihad spoken to the ClieirSecretary, and of vihich I have since written to Mr. Dulfy. I beg to rematii Sir, yours faithfully, : fl2GEO. MA...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

TO T55 oDITOR or TnE OPPBlLºD TIMES. Srn,-Will you allow me;through your columns, to correct :thee editor of the Guardian, when he states that the yard (cubic I suppose) of stgnei and the ton of stone are the same. I felieve, that if he will refer to any engineer's vadea medunz -which seems to 'be quite has deep in science as he ever attemptsa todive-he will fidd that one cubio yard (27 feet); of aveiragegrod metal is ailw a calculated as being equivialent totwI of t'one . But, perhsps, the editoai o tthe. GGardian knows more than " ttlir ,facadam ..or Howarid overlcnesh abeouet road metsl,'" and that, for his purposes, a yard and a ton are quits thi same. · : i I um, Sir, A CONTRACTOR. Tarraillei th Niovembi.i, 1805

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TWO DAYS LATER FROM AMERICA VIA BATAVIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

,TWO DAYS' LATER FROMf AM ERICA. ZA BTrraa.] The brig Carl, of Melbourne; Captain SLeverijlg ewhila arrived in the bay:.on Saturday last,, after a rapid voynge; o twenty-seven iha 5 from Batavia, reporta ilthe ilo glieh. inmail of the 4th of Sep teaberarrived at Batavia on ithe, 3rd t, Thae American news waa to te effect tibhat tie Soutlherneirs were stillsucacesefiu, the Federalists not, bing 1able to told their own. ' lhe Carl has brought no paporers Cap. "tain Beveridge lihaving had rino expectation of making so quick a passage, or of arric. Sing before thie mail due on the lo0th instel. The date to whichl ewas hae thus ibeen brought via Batraia is two dasve' nlter thianithat of the news telegria lled via ubal by the niail steamer.

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TO-CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

-TO' -CORRESPONDE NTs. Lettors from J. S., Bruthen, and Mr. S.T. Webber' received too late for publication, bti will appear niext week:

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, PORT ALBEiftT. .narvaD.-0ot, 80. Helern S. Page, 217 tone, '1, Spring. frurot Brisbano, N.SW. Johnson antl liadl, agente. Keera, a.e., 114 tone, 8, Patrick, freom Siel. bourne. Turnbull, Howden, & Cu. agents.' Novembter 1. SAnanie Denton, 85 tons, J. MI'lachre,, fromn Melbourne. Tumbuli, Howden, aid Co., ,gents. nXPOeTt-Oct. 3i1; Keere for IMelbourne, 2 eos Iobcce, 2 qr. caske rum, 647 oz gold dult, and sundry free goods. o November 0. Annie Boaton, fbr Launceston, 40 hdnd cattle. AInLED.-Ot. "20. Eiclipee, 180 tons, J. Colder, for Ilobtrt Town, Paesengore, Mre, Mooro, Miss Moroe, 1 .Oct. 81. : Keeris, Is,., 114 .ldos, 8.: Patrick, for Mel' boiirne.

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A SCOUNDREL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

a. .t-4r'Ni'RRL,---l'h0 latle Sir, llrhprt Preel ep'k' -in rth- imonso of Cronise'' in in the year .I8li1 t the tillowinii. etfect W - ' When I wias' Cief Secretary of to I rela-M a smarder wasconntnitted between wi Caorriulc-onr-Suir and Clonmael." A 'Ur ai ---had a deadly revenoge towards a nm Mr - , and he employed four rirnir at inoe two gninc s eaclh to murder brim. T'lhere th was a roadi on each side the Rivern Snir, its from Cirrick to Clonmel,and placing two sti men on each road, tine escape of his thi victim wasa impassible. Ile was there- ice fore foully . murdered'; and the country fin wias so shaliked by this heirnous crime wl that the overnmnenrt offeredl a reward otf in '£00 for thedliacvoery ao each of the en imurderers. And can it be believed;" lby alided Sir R Chort Peel," that tihe rais- be ie.uit who 'lbrihabed the faul anurderers eti was thae viiry in iiiwh t came and gave the inforniihni roawhich l)l to their execntion; ve ans withl t'toe handlrls I paid, in may...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

MISCELLAANEOUS."" P ,EW. fIsbson, formerly a resident in Gippaland, where ,he occupied a respect. ir abl position as a Justiga,of the Peace, was comimitted at the M`elbourne Police Codiift"oni the 2 th'klt Tf0hliaving foeged the n'erlorsement of Mr. Pdrves to a draft' on LonridiTi Holioeen is already« undergoling a sentence' of two yenba r fir cattle stealin'g. -n Another necident happened at Boan- vi maris, near 01Ietteiham, on i Wednesday fo week last, resultinig from tho absurd w fashioi of venring erinoline, A femmal th named Emily Iigsnes, pmsein" clses to a fire, the fi.niiian caulht liher exteiuledl t Idress, wheI she vita sootn enveloped in a ml, hlarze., b it was firitunately rescund from ,;r, islihit' iistauit doe.+th: by il neliate w. assiatatice, which was at lhand. She is now lies'iui'the hospital, a martyr to the ,t vagaries of filsi i, andi suffers the l ss. in of lier pers.iail lieauty' ho ever, tlhron,;i' tli merely sitistyiiu the 15e0ing fancy of playing the butter...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messrs. W. E. and A. S. King's report. Fat Caettle.-The m rket has been supplied with a smaller number of cattle than usual, consisting of about 750 head of chiefly good usefulquality; prices advanced about 10sper head onlast week's rates, Beat Bullocksfrom £7 to £S; second do., £5 to £6; best cows, £3 10s to :£615s; second do, £3 15s to £4 15. The usual market has been fully supplied with inferior calves, which were sold at low rates The sheep market has been oversupplied with chiefly second rate, quality,. which caused a depreession in th' amirket for evni the best wethers, wrhich werie saold at 16s toi7 i6d. Dalmahoy Campbell -& Co.'s report.-Fai Cattle.-The total supply this week amonnted to771 head. Most of the Iota were useful, but nonse very prime quality Sales through out have been effected at about 2a 6d jer 100 lbs. in advance of last week's prices. We quote best pen bullocks at from £6 to £8; do cows from £5 to. £6 l0s; second quality bullocks f...

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BEECHWORTH MINING BYE-LAWS. BYE-LAWS.—[4th March, 1862.] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

ilBEECHWORTH MINIG BYE-LAWS.: °;Bxa.LAwa.--[4th March, 1862.] At a meeting of the mining board of the mining diatrict of Beechworth, begun and holdon at 3oleehworth, in the said district, on thli fourth daye of March, in the year of our Lord One tihsand eight hundred and sixty. two, it is ordained by the said board as follows, that is toay : BrT.LAw No. 1.-REErAL or EXISTING Bra-LAwe. Thatoall nd singular the bye.lawl hitherto framed and adopted by the mining hoard of Beechworth, and numbered from one to thirty (1 to 80), shall be, and tho same are, heroby annulled and repealed, so for as the same may be in force in the mining district of Beech worth or any part .tbeeof, Neverthleless sno ecstiog interest or prii.- t lege shll ibedi dutcd tc..bo c.:aated by the re- c peal of tihe bye-law under which such interest i s O~ccuipied or epjjuye. t' BYE-Lw 'N '2. C'LAssirj6dAvio c.ow R CLAM.'S;. f Claims shall be classified into:- el 1. Ordinary claims i.se, alluvial claims hot in the bed ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1802. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

" -___1 Exors on stn. iin~ FFRIDAY%'NOVEMBER 7718'2.` WiHiA next? "We mayell ask th qucstion, when we . find that two ministers of the Orowil hav it lalst affirmed tlhoe ecessity~of ;oenmg a .communtication bet~w.een;the agnedlf tural areas of Gippsland and the Jordan-gold-fields -Yet esuech -had been the terms of the reply to soven hundred requisitionists from Don-, nelly's and Fulton's Creeks,'throu h the deputation from the Bald Hi 1, which waited on Mr. Duffy and Mr; Mitchell on the 28th ult.;-a reply neither cloaked in official obscurities nor encumbered with:the doubts and fears of Ministerial responsibility, but given freely and promptly; as if finally urged by the conviction that there is felt at this moment an actural want of providing a new arena for the miners of Victoria, where thoey may profitably employ their labors, and thus prevent theocontinued emi gration of our best bone and sinoiew tdo New Zealand, or elsewhere. We can scarcely be blamed for. having consi derable...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. WITH A TRUE AND PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF THE STICKING-UP CASE AT THE BALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

MOUNT .=USEFUL'" GOLD'f ~'l . FIELDS. Wnc A Taus An PArTICULAnR Accou t o NT Tan Srciasa.ur p ias AT Tn BALD L.: (Poo oUR. OWN conREoPONDENc.) f I dare say you must have thought my last t Weak's correspondeuce as' situck up" in n company with Webber &,Co., but I can assure h yo0 that the valuable ddocuientt ,wae never I disturbed in its journey as it hoad nover set E sut 'however; the world "is= so givonoto a lying" thatI ctouailly heard I was Btiokluj f myself, with some 'scoro of 'othe'o Ind ed,'t such re the exaggerated stories going about that I fer i will arouse passionsa of gain n i1 men a minda which' would otheriso neyer iarve gained admittance into their,thoughts. r I am indformed that in Webber' , case sticking t p was nerather iourted than' otherwisetliit! , ~wa dirioli~nig all day at the Bsld Hill, fri; quenting shanties of, all descriptions, aond that' when 1 he, wanted"' to pny1afew shillings he ; ulled Out o roll~ of notes and a hag of geld t which he had with...

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