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

BALD HILL RACES. TO be held on the 26th and 27th December next. SrEwaa S: Mr. Barnett, I Mr. Alle; John Brown, ,, Knox,. W, est, ,, Bickey. -1a9e, Slartcr,-Mfr. John BrEmnwn. Clerk of te Course,-3lr. Win. Buntine. Treasurer,-3r. Allez, Secretary,-ar. Cooper. Frast Dar. MAIDEN PLATE.-Of sMereegns, for all horses that ihave never won an advertised prize; one and a half miles; single event. PnBcCAss' Pcasc.-For all horses; weight for age; two mile beats. SELLrFG STAsEo.-Of sovereigns, for all untrained bornes; tbhe winner to be bold for £4O0; weight for age-if for £30 to be allowed s71b; if for £20, 141b ; and if for £15, 171b one mile heats; the winner to be sold imme diately after the race-the surplus, if any, to go to the racefund. Po'sRacE.-Of sovereigns, for all ponies 14 bands and under; one mile heats; catch weights. SEnon DAT. Tis PACEEco' Puss.-For al horses that have been packed for two months on 32tEvoy's track previous to the races-; weight for age ; onamile heiats. Tan T'w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

gEA TO MELBOURNE fino screw Steamship KIEEBA will leavo Port Albert every, C AY. S rcill be carried to or from Port Albert at 803 eaol. h. i ;. -.Jold, 2d. ?pr ounce. Par4 eels over 200 ounces, 1jd. Idfor shipment, must be eterei o Customs before 10 o'clockam n a day of sailing. 11s eturn Tickets..;....:..:. . ek Available for 14 daye.:s Sfreight or piassage apply to .NBULL IHIOWDEN P& ±00, de rfstreet, PortAlbert. I goods at consignies' risk when d. All goods dischibrged if ndt ved from the whairfbtefore 4 o'ciock will be stored at consignees'erislk x apensa. a Ig EAMER TO THE MITCHELL' AND TAM3BO. S steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Mlorrisby Commander, will' leiave a Trobe Bridge every Tuiesday ag, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the FARES : :: Passengers: ::..1 10 0 rage........ .. . .... 1 0 (Includisrefs2 het ( ;efr a; FREIGHT':Si airndale, per ton,..;..£ 10 4 ,0 ruteapcludan'gcnrtage LI': am Tambo _Saw Maills) :.2 0`:0 eIs......... : :. 0... O 2 6 Freight payable on delivery:i1 MIc...

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

JORDAN DIGGNGS. JT SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con. .stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, *heap. Apply at the Omce, Foster Street; sale. 20je c - Pack and Saddle Horses. t MR. SEWELL holds a SALE, by IYL Auction, every SATURDAY, of Pack and Saddle Horses, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock. 6ls c S SATURDAY; 8th NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction; . T BEWELL has received, instruc- f tJ g tions from Mr. Rowlev'of Rose- l dale to sell, by auction; at the yards, Foster street, Sale, at Twelve o'culock 7oon, 5S 6 upstanding colts 3 fillies , saddle hoirses. No reserae. rc TUESDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction. .   J. SEWELL has received instructions from Mr. B. Winch, to sell , by       Public Auction on the ground opposite       Greenwood's Turf Hotel, on Tuesday,   11th .Nov., at 12 o'clock noon-   The frame-work of a six-roomed   house, containing a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

BIRTH.—On the 4th inst., at Reeve-street,   Sale, Mrs. W. H. Vize, of a son.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

TOWN TALK.     Some time since we alluded to the alleged survey of the lakes by Captain Cox and Mr. Wardell, being at the time pretty well con vinced that no such survey had taken place. Since then we have, at considerable trouble, extended our inquiries from various channels, and are now assured that the sketch forwarded with the Land Circular is not a sketch of the entrance to the Gippsland lakes, but a faithful sketch of the entrance to the Snowy River, and we challenge denial either from Mr. Wardell or any body else who may have ac companied him. The channel to the supposed Lake Bunga is nothing more than the old bed of the Snowy River, which runs from the east ward towards the entrance, whilst the true lake Bunga is situated a long way to the west ward of the entranc to the lakes. At the entrance to the lakes, which is confined to one channel, not two, as represented in the sketch, there is no bar iartially dry; nor does there exist any sand island, wh...

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

SUICIDE On Wednesday evening last Edward   Fielding who had been for some time residing at the Shakespeare Hotel, and acting in the capacity of bookkeeper, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor, severing the thyroid artery and the jugular veins. From what information we can glean, it would appear that deceased was sometimes in the habit of indulging freely in strong drink, and that afterwards he suffered   much from the depression of spirits con- sequent on the reaction produced by abstinence from the stimulents which had caused the previous excitement. A few days since deceased had been drink-   ing heavily, and up to the time of his committing the rash act which caused his death, he had been labouring slightly under the effects of the excitement pro- duced by his previous drinking. On   the evening of the melancholy catas-   trophe, the landlord, Mr Swan, whose     kindness to...

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COMMERCIAL SALE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 November 1862

COMMERCIAL.   SALE STOCK REPORT. J. Sewell reports the horse market as tolerably brisk. He sold a mob from Maneroo at prices ranging from (unbroken) £3 to £8; saddle do., £6 to £12; Harness do., £10 to £16; horses suitable for packing would bring satisfactory prices; inferior stock difficult to part with exoopt at low rates. Cattle: Milch cows, broken in, with calves at foot, brought from £4 12s 6d to £5 5s., there is a good demand for this quality of stock, and prime milkers would realise higher rates. Several enquiries for working bullocks and store cattle, both of which are scarce in the market.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

T.0 INSD DTITO 0 T OP.0 OIPPSLA?D TIMES. SiSirn Haviug received a letter from a mate of; mine in New. Zealand,wlhich contains a narrative of lis doings since he landed in that ouhntry, I "think that .some extracts from it may be of some interest. to diggers who may have a notion ofgoing there. You have seen thie writer at Sale, and may remember hin as uan old Gippsland digger (aot ai old ninn), and, therefore, accustomed to mountain, stream diggings; and his opinions on digging matters carry some weight with his friends: "Yours, etc., A G1PPSLAND DIGGER.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

1 SCELLA EOULS. By the Prince C trl, whcich arrived in flubssu's Bay on the- 5:h, the news of Garibaldi's capture was corroborated. That General Stonewall Jackson had defeated General Pope, and that the Confederates were m:rching upon Wash ingtoan. The intercolonial rifle match between ten of the Victorian and ten of the New South Wales volunteers, came off on the 3rd instant at the Sandridge butts, when the New South Welsbtmen proved them selves to be the beat marksitent, having carried off the trophy by sixty-fire points in their favor. Colonel Andersont cotplimented the winners on their I saccess. - A case of attempting to extort mon-'y I by means of threatening letters was heard t on WVednesday, the 5th instant, before t Judge Pohhnlan. This case has for some f time cansed omsideraile excitement, fromn the prominenlt position occupied by a the plaintiff, William IIighett, Esq., MLL.C.,, and one of the directors of the 7 Union Bank. It appeared that a man c named Barrett accused ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

[Advertisement.) * TO THl EDIKOKR OF THE OIPPL&AND TIMEBS. Sim,--In your impression of the 7th inst, yourn correspondent at " Maount'' Usefid" has made a charge which-I chal lengo him to suibstantiate.- In giving an account of the late sticking-up le says-" When note for from Buckley's shanty, where the last invigoriting draught was taken,'.' etc. Now I beg to inform this would-he wag that there is no such place as.Buckley's shanty; and thlat.the parties in question never called ' at my house, which is simply an acconm- :` imodationi house for :travellers. to theo ,diggings. 'I shlould strongly advise this' very niddling gentleman to confine his' remarks, to Mount. Useful, and not to |make assertions that. he cannot prove . Apologising for occupying so much of: your valuable space, :,.":,f: S1 remain your IsptL L0, _ T -.N1 ,W ILS, t2._.

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

:MOUNT USEFULT GOLD~ b • FIELDS:.. . : (mra on W ow conncuroR P nn' .) 'Having indulged in a little unwonted humour in' my last communication, I rmuet this time, I regret to say, turn to a iore serious subject. T read in the Argus of the case of Chaney and the girl Eliza Elliot, who was engaged to attend at a- bar'at Donnelly's Creek. This is a subject I lhave before alluded to, in's general way, and I was'pleased b to findthelleading journal take the matter up t, on warmly. However, the editor of the Argue only writes theoretically; he has never droeamed of such scenes as are to be met with at 'Donnolly's or Fulton's. - The utmost b fertility of his imagination could never sup ply the details which may be witnessed at either of these creeks' on any one evening. I have no wish to exaggerate these scones of brutality, nor do I. wish to harrow up the feelings of the good withmorbid sympathy for all the females who -come up here, for.I. an assure you, sir, tie greater, number of them a...

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[?]K OF THE CITY OF SYDNEY. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

KI OF TIHE 'I?' <,O??, SYDNEY,. S AIUd AT., re o'clock, the City of Sydniey; Gabo Island, the night being the wind, light.: The captain a quarter-past twelve.. A C ro two o'clock the firatfficer t up, the weather having become' twas supposed that they were miles off Green:, Cape: and the or greatersecurity; directed arn of the coursoe-.one poimt off o had gone after to look'at" hen the alarm :was 'given, s ahead." He called to astop ack her, but 'immediately she md all efforts to get her off uitless. All the passengers and, a got ashore':without any con. ` optains Garrard anud-Ashmore I great aasistance. 'The vessebl went down as- the "last' boat I captain (who had' to be forced wreck) left her. A p?rty'went I Id By iii four boats, and sent' I to the otherse, in which, they I optly aided by the authoritioes people of Eden. The Hiunter' sent for from 1hlerimbulat, came' id brought all on to Sydney. engers have lost everything but 0s on their backs, except Lynch i0on, who s...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

TO TlE EDtoOR or THE OIPPSLAND TItES.. Stm,2.l have waited with some little e patience to see in your columns that some 00 of the influential individuals of North Gipps.' trs land.had called a puLlic meeting to take into consideration the report of \V. W. W\ardell, Esq., on the possibility of opening un our lakes, or that at least some one of them, an by the insertion of a letter in your paper, to would hare openedi the eyes'bof the 'public lt to the fallacy, of,a,iarine surveyor.havig, in the space of about two hours, madd a to surveyiof the entranceo to Lake:Kirig, hut,' " alas, no such notice has'.leen taken. Thlere fai is a supineness. exhibited which is post all credence. Will the inhabitants never. Po a?ake to 'the natural advantages of -this district, but allow every article'of merchan-l' disc to be taxed from 1.0 to more than 100 per cent. for carriage .and, freight, whilst we possejssthe means of obtaiuing goods as cheaply as the merchants of Port Albert. Our southern neigh...

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SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

SYDNEY, Tu"nnr. :. ails by tle City of.Sydney o?a men have beano: pprehendeid at st, usped' if:,the lateo' mail , and remande.o ` The hiorse of shot under him befoire e i ould er. has been obtained by tie boring at the Southern Cross' Leaid sh has taken place .toBillabonlg; rich qsartz-reetfhas bean dise . 'hPlre is also a great roush to. g Flat. Asoembly was counted-:out last i the question ofcosmponeation to hisoh . . ' .' ther petition has aeen presented comnmutatiin of Spier's sentence, Lang and others. The Governor u answer.-Arqus, 10th Oct.

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[?]NING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

NING OF PARLIAMENT: Friday, the 7th inst., .the third ment of Victoria assembled for eing of the second session.., In t gislativo Council the President, c i F. Palmer, took the chair at two c . After the usual prayer was f he arrival of His Excellency the nor wa announced by the usher. I minutes after, His Excellency. d the House, accompanied by General Sir Thomas Pratt, and. led by his staff. ' legislative Assorpbly having been eoned to the bar, and in attend-, I Exo?colEt o deliered the foi: 'Mr. President and 'Xonorable Gentlemen of thb Legislative I Council,-- " "Mr. Speaker and Genitlemesndof the Legislativo Assombly,- r" n calling you togetheirfor the dos- 1 of business, I anticipate that it e found that' the meass'es passed 0o during the last session will tend ially to shorten 'the'period to be ted to your Parliamentary duties, that you will now be'able to direct Cattention to several subjects of a tcal character which have hitherto been disposeod of, altlough their saing imp...

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COMMERCIAL. SALE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

COOMMiEROIAL. • SALE STOCK REPORT. J. Sowell reports the "hoese market as being tolerably brisk. He sold a mob last Saturday of a very inferior description at prices ranging, a from-unbroken, £3 to £7 ; broken, £6 £10. Several iqiliries were made for a better class of horses, suitable for packing, ,et, owing to the absence of them, hewas not able to supply the demand. Parties having that description of stock, would do well to take the advantage of the market, as goodl remuneratike prices could now be realised. Cattle-A good demand for first-class milch-cowse and store cattle, but none wore offered for sale this week. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co.'s report.-Fat Cattle-This week the supply amounted to 0 1174 head, a large portion of which were of h very fine quality; notwithstanding that the supplies have been moderate for. some weeks, the number offering seedms to be quite equal to the demand, and taking the snipriority of the lots disposed of during the weeok into con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, SA L. E. OUNCAN CLAR K PROPRIETOR,: PRIVATE R00OMS rOR SFAMILIErS. GOOD STABLINGAT REDUCED RATES. Coaches to;Port.Albert, Bairns dale, and Intermediate Townships. 28mr c TUiF P HOTEL,: PLAINs. WILLIAM GREENWOOD . IN returnifig his most sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public for the very liberal support ho has received during a long residence in'tlie Upper District, takes this opportunity, to in. form them that his house has just un dergone a considerable enlaigemonlt, and will now compare with any. Hotel in the district for comfort and conveni. euce. Strangers visiting the Upper District will find the Turt Hotel a quiet residence, being situated oo nieile from Sale, on the Stratford road. The stock of ales, wines, and liqueurs \, ill be found of the choicest quality. A 0001)OD GRASS PADDOCK AND EIGHT-STALLED STABIILE. JOR'DANJ DLGGIZJGS. JAMES DAVEY & CO,, 1 El) to call the attention of PACK J MKIN, f1GIlJsItS, and OTL?EIItS proceeding. to the abo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

A I?lIs OL.ass.-The fol!owing may be dependedon as a rain glass: I have i used it ftr months. Get a common pickle bottle, such as is sold at every Italian warehouse ; fill it with any kind of water to within two or three inches of the top: plunge the neck of an empty Florence oil flask into the pickle bottle. Before rain the water will rise 2 or 3 inches in the neck of the inverted flask-often in three or four hours. If the weather is settled for fair, the water will remain not more than half an inch high, for days in the neck of the flask. It. never fails to foretell rain; and to day, 15th July, rose as high as the rim of the- pickle bottle, in the neck of the fl.tk. It may stand in or out of doors, in sun or shade, and the water never needs changing so long as it can be seen.through. Minal-is now green through l.)n- st'ndinlg. The oil flask must be clean:sed before the neck is plunged in the water. Sits and warm water will clear it of oil.-.lth~en-,eum. _-esEXATION OF Tr E lnft.tn...

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"Munroe's Gully, 17th Oct. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

S " Munroe's Gully, 17th Oct.. "DEin - ,-I am a bad hand at writing long letters and hate :thereforef always avoided therm, but, fr. -several reasons; I shall Ihave to make this on ex eeption to my usual practie.? . : . "I arrived at Port Chalmers on the 23rd, of September, after a fair passage, and found the state of things in New Zealand .very different from what I had~ xpeetced. Before ive left Mel bourne n?ws came in, as you are aware, which., set everybody inad,--that there wvas a new rich diggings discovered, and that the people were all leaving their different employments and rushing off to it. ' Instead of finding Dunediln de serted for the diggings,'. ' fbund it crammed with people; .who, like our selvee ;did not know what to do when thay. got there. 'The news from the Hartley diggings were bad, for hundreds had.returned and reported that the river t was unworkable on account of the floods brought down by the melting of the Isneow, and that it would continue at, the Ssame J...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

S TO!WN TALK. TA . On Tuesday evening, according to advertise. ment, Mr. Gibney, who is now erecting a bridge over the Macalister at Mewburn Park crossig;, attended at the Club Hotel for the 'purpose of testing the feeling of the business people regarding the proposed new track from Sale to the Bald Hill, and by which the traffic would be ensured to come through this township. It would appear, however, that Sale people are grown quite careless about the direction which any track may take as long as the trade is confined to North Gipps land, and that, as 'far as .they are concerned,, .willotagaintdre with opening any further roads to the diggings, hut. just rest satisfied with whatever track is adopted most by carriers, who, they feel well assured, will adopt the best and easiest to travel. In con tradistinction to this line of road, we find that a numerously signed petition for clearing the Toongabbi and Jordan tracks :has been forwarded to John Johnson, Esq, M.L.A., for presentatio...

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