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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

MISCELLANEOUS.', AusTRALIAw IaoeNAnic.-We leiarn, through a correspondent of the Sydney Empire, that a comparative trial oft timber, has resulted in favour of the Australian ironbark. A series of trials of strength of a large number of woods had been going on for some weeks,, at the South Kensington Museum. At Paris, in 1850, the timber known as greenhart, of British Guiana, stood a strain of over five tons, and was the best wood then tried. That wood conse quently stool first for a long time, but. a piece of New South Wales irobark, -. tried at the South Kensington MIuseum, stood a strain of five tons four cwt. The woods tried were cut into cubes of two inches square. Amnongst the lost articles at the Great Exhibition are a set of false teeth, a wig, a moontache, and an artificial whisker! CONFEDERATe UsE OF FEDERAL TE?eonaPlI \?IREs.-The rebels have usel our telegraph wires in Virgins recuntly with even more signal success" than they had in Kentuckv, and with quite es msuch impude...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "[?]" FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

c.,sed since :he puh?:_!Ea:o1n of our men: ocf the pa.: year a dark and pirtea:ou_ cl:at ung over th1 -d-.:_:_:, n o:yt obscuring he fuire, .: ;.",-ing :he present wit1 omitna-: freos _ lnos of coming ill. na:ocard cir-ca z..ances appeared to -harve uni:e to cush t:at ,shi. t of enterp?.se which gave such evident pron rof fh= ex.tence a ver. few mo;nths efore. The excti g and "over-strainae rep rt_ o ff he = ea ler 9rhl a ifero s es of New Zealand had depopu.?.le our g-j'.- .d... t e smarket to which our iz2 roi,-u rsr locked for disrosal of t?i cro?' ? suddenly disappiared from amen _ them ; the lands were stll u-. er he lock and chain of perver:ei laws, r. the change from a panlazr to a con s-errative Minis:r ?earea to have added another an'l - : -rd br : the equitable se ie::;ent oft:at hu: vexed que,:in. o saying, ho. ever, can be more ~ rae.-- r.:7 true than " when :h'lns aa- e come to the lwor-thet are "re to men-," an to the worst : aey di co-n., .n. ih so short a space of, t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. Dec. 29th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. (rno OURwn OWN OORRESPONDENT.) Dec. 29th, 1862. In fulfilling the promise I made you in my last communication, that "I should write from the Bald HIillafter the races," I can assure you Sir, that I had very little idea thalt my letter should contain such pleasing news as I have now to communicate. When I first heard of the Bald Hill races, and looked around me at the raw material which might be furnished from Donnuuelly's and Fulton's, I anticipated that the maiden races would partake of thei character of Donnybrook, "where heads got broken for love," or of Knot Mill, where the "yokel lies on his back and fights till he can ,kick or bite no longer." Disappointed I cer tainly was, but 1 was what the world designate 'ngro eably so," which I suppose is just about as good a' way of expressing a negative sentence as talking abo'ut discordant chords,or the many other absurd but expressive idioms in our language. I have now much pleasure in say lag that the sald H...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

TOWN TALK. At a mnetin of t=!e Ra4o of Anoa turh ?al in i 'lboa--.e on yth 17th nst?a~ , it wau unt::i,-or r~i lvedr:.. " The: the foliowirg preltiutns be on--_i by the Coz-il of A-ri. cuhu-e to supp!eses: :ho.se to be o`ieoed by the Ptot Phil.?i FPA-U Ess ' S-r:ety Lt their next ?how, to be hell i e ue, in Mtr, is1863, 1?t p?s:nu.n, S bushels wheat ... £20 0 snd do, da ............................ 10 0 les: d, S b?ohel's n ............... 15 0 f d do, do ........................... _ : 10 lot do. S beshls EgEish bui.ey 15 0 2nd do, do ............................. 7 10 let do. 2 bt a : .................. 10 0 1st do. fhsi! eltl-,s-irits... 10 0 lIt do, d dra?.;ht aSe, I .~,el... 13 0 i:t de,d. por?r, do................ 10 0 s: do, the of teto msn i........ 10 0 :-i do, dat. ot~.er kid of wI3?l 10 0 W\e ?c,'.e:: hering of an ancd^t:e told by '-r. Fo-P'-eoe uhca IPt'o :s:er of Crkb, ehich we lgt now very j.ntly apply t i another w 7-. .1r. Fenc.te roeodrcd a letter by S Qt,?- .hipdii...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. The following report from Dr., Macadis,oii this 'subject, was read at the meetinrig~ f the City 'Council on Monday : "Government Analytical Laboratory; S "Melbourne, Dec. 22. ! Sir,---I have the honor to inform the Health Committee that I have taken into consideration the contents of a letter, forwarded to the committee by the Central: Board of Health, calling attention to the existence of pleuro-pneumonia in: cattle supplied to Melbourne for the purpose of consumption as food. I, ftid, on inquiry, that the statements therein set .forth are founded on fact.. and that cattle are now being sold in the market for slaughtering purposes, so far. advanced in this disease that the atmos plhere surrounding them is strongly. impregnated by the offensive fetor result ing from their breathing. I have further" ascertained that, in some cases, tie appearances presented in the carcases of these diseased animals in the slaughter ing-houses are such as to indicate that animals in ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGIN OF THE FOUNDLING CONVENT OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

ORIGIN OF THE FOUNDLING CONVENT OF PARIS. There existed in the seventeenth century at Paris, upon the port Saint Landry, a building, poor enough in appearance, which was called the House do la Couche. It was there the only refuge-the only asylum--which .a open to orphans-or to poor ,little children abandoned by parents too miserable to feed and educate them. With a heart affected by thoe depriva tion to which he saw them a prey, the Archbishop of Paris, thought of causing to be placed in several chunrches of the capital, largo nurseries filled with these miserable little creatures, The design in stimulating this charity was noces snrily to call for alms, and it was with the aid of these alms that the institu tion was maintained well or ill, where was granted to its dependants a Ihospi tality so pitiful that very often they were seen scarcely clothed, shivering with cold, having their little delicate hands quite blue, and their little lips pale and chilled, in such a way that it was ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

Pack and i-ddle -or-es. iAnai` 1 rz*r sALTED-, Pa.. -D _ S-l ''.--- s -2 r _?_ 3 T rdle so'adac l e ...MODAY! th ?3A?~ET . the SEv se crt ~ thei- c^-.. rI i?r_ C--re . sPIE: --a. - ds,. Goery, CasG - r Proe , an a.'- t_ ' E r~ae-tdr cr?Žo- n_ g s __ i Grassdale Sale. T BE SOLD, b!r z=fib b? 33R. BULEOWS, ai E?rem clain a We Ts?ar, the eri-teh tf J;r. Cims 3aes m -1-e:= $.s a The - raonspal Sale., " , TO an bf Saer, dn ber, gas, Sii t tankt, g onerals tgg. &eayte ,e I?a 3 oteEe ground, . to·esh id fae, a qo'oe Sirth p e e i raziEy of otber e s,- the popertv of Mr. Trh frtneitun e r eoneSi of the uaaJi Japen±ral ow dcions, tnd .j oinh it eryinr imphen-V omfizen,b wseloeBr toad sure, side Catalo~e ,. to beotaned at 31. PATEEN'i oEe, 1, rn e fpSectl reqeu , t Ajpproted Bills at two month, s jrct's ! nid1e in ete , forio orfthases T· iomZ s o , GrdeYE n ar nd P add yk Clearing Sale o O? GEEREAL MTEREHAODISE, BALD HILL. TIE WHOLE STOCK, consstug 1 ofGrocerr, Country Produce, and G...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 January 1863

CO3DLMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MKRKETS. *fessr. . r and .L S. King's rreort. Fat Cat:.---A smaller number of fat cat!e thLn the usual supply, whi:' owing to the de'and for Chri=-tis beef, went off readtly at advanced.rcst.:, esoo,: ly for the beet quality. Euleks best: ;pen, brought from £S to £9; go?l do, 6o to £7; midUling do, £4 to £5; caws, best p en, -o 10 to £t7; good do, £4 to £i 15s 147 prime lot of cattle were s~lt, £7 1s bulao'-s; £4 10s cow?r Fat CAlves-A- lrge number of e vies were disposed of at about t week's rates, y be 3 to ; inferr, 13 to t's; inferio 20r . Fe:. Sheep-The market wc a fully supplied with good, ba3, and tidifT'reut sort? ; s rea were generally tati.,f:ory, the demand being very good for beoo qulit:y roethers. Beat we:hero brought fr.m 13t Cd to 14t; good do, ordi nary wei.ght, Ida to Ia Crd. Lamibs--A large number of tombs were disposed of ; the demand for prime quality was brisk, and an advance obtaineod. r--t lambs brought lUs to 153; good do, 10s to 11s. ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

TO TriP EDITOR OF THB otrPer.A TinmS. Sin.--On lnxinxg-DAy lh.t .n viiitina the enuise. I wn vlrvy mtch slnprisedl t see the Agricultural Sciet's Slisow-tenl serving the uirpose if a.pnltlican's 1on0tlh, and, on making die inquiry h;, it cime to be so and upon whose nuthority it wa« lent, I finid that it was thb ork of tso r illree of the subscribers hon hadl takPn it u'pon themFelves to do. rs, wirlinut asking the conspnt of the proper persons.. Now Sir, I Ihink thiis highly unbecoming.' If people subscrihel towards having, a tent for one particular purpose, to that one pnrpose shnnll they ndhere,, or if ihey will lend the tent, at any rate it ida only due to the subscribers.that their coiseit. should bea akei. I.. - am, Sir, ,, ;. , : Yoors, S. ArRICO:lA. Plains, January 3rd, i1803. .;i: .

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ROAD TO GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

ROAD TO GIPPSLAND. : Theo aecomlpiitying report hns bein received from Mr. Assistant-Surveyor a M'lDonald of the progress he has made with hi:hsurvey of a road t? Gippsland, fromd allock to Merwell.:', S Surey'Camp Yallock, 4th December, 1862. Sir,=I have the honodurto fornward herewith a plan of my survey for a new. line of road from hnelbourne to Gipps-" t land, via Oranhbourne and Yalleok, whteh I propose shall diverge from the Lower r Gilipeland road at Totbin Yallock bridgere , andl join upon the upper road at the I Morwell bridge: t t Irnin ampli nace with your instructions, I made it my 'dtty tto keep' alonithie l)ividig" Rainrýen taslk of great liffi- t cnlt,' on iecoriit of tie irregnlarity of ttlhie contr; iid of. the denisity of the scriib.: ha vei neertheless succeeded1 i cchnphshmg atit;nldpt.ost happy: to stli'" that,l with the exception of a fer plnicPs, nin excellent road may, when cei'rid;,?b had to Gippslanhl. -The range, as von will observe on i tlie plin.'is' cro...

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CURING OF HAM AND BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

CURING OF HAM AND BACON. 1 The Sydncy Morning Herald furnishes an article on the curing of colonial meat, from which we extract the following' account of the rearing, feeding, and curing at Mr. 1 James Maniing's establishment in Two old lliy. This is, as far as we have seen, the first exponent of the initiative process of curing bacon and hams which assimilates with the great ham curers of Europe. A due know r ledge of the proper use of the nitrate of potash r commonly termed salt petre, Pnd the pressen are the great secrete by whichl the heaviest bacon pig may be cured in the middle of sum- o mer. The course afterwards variec accardiuj a to the flavour required for the hams, whether a Westphalian, Durham, or Belfast. But, for ourselves, we recommend twice a-day. rubbing f and turning with a mixture of one.third brown sugar and two-thirds of the coarsest salt, which must not be like a great deal of salt coming to I this country "fishy tasted." Six weeks of this treatment will make h...

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STRATFORD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

STRATFORD RACES. 'On Noew Year's eve the people of Stratford and its vicinity appeare'l to become suddenly aware that they hal arrived at the festive season of the year, and as yet had atken no part in the amusements which usually take place at Chriatmas tide. Not wishing to be behind their neighbours and anxious for a little enjoyment near home, a few p.arties met. together, and, having decided on a sace as being more consonant with the tastes of the majority of the people, the tocsin was sounded and a meeting called at the Sir Emerson Tennant Hotel, which was as well attended as a few hours' notice would lead the most enthusiastic to expect. Mr. Ionaghan was called to the chair, and the business for the race day properly arranged. About £40 was subscribed in the room, and the following officers chosen:--Stewards, Messrs.W. Thomas, f. Munaghan, J. Cameron ; judge and treasurer, Mir. Frankenberg ; Secretary, Mr. Percy Lloyd. On Thursday the race-course' was well attended, and a cons...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

TOWN TALK. We munch regret having to announce the death of Dr. J. G R. Lightfoot, who died at his residence near Sale on Monday night last. Dr. Lightfoot was for many years resident in Gippaland, and will be much regretted by a numerous circle of acqunaintaces, by whom le was respected, not only for his private virtzes, but also as a professional attendant. During some months Dr. Lightfoot has been in a declining state of health, and his last illness has been one of long continuance and much suffering. By his death the situation of Clerk of the Sale Bench of lagistratea has become vacant. The funeral took place on Tuesday last, and, notwithstanding the short notice which those at a distance received, it was attended by a very great number of persons, including many old friends who had come a very considerable distance to the last obsequies. We find by the Weekly Age of the 2nd inst. that that journal has so tortured our remarks on Mr. Mitchell's assurance to Mr. Johnaso "that the su...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

S TiH TO MELBOURNE HE fine screw Steamship KEERA T will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Bornes will be carried to or from, Port Albert at 30s, each. Frsight--Oold,.2cd. per.. oroag,., Par c:~ls over 200 ounces, lid. Gold, for shipment, mast be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets ................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TUIINBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a e STEAMER TO THE M ITCHELL AND TADIBO. THE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred SMorrisby Commander, will leave tre La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday morning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the hove. FARES:. ahin Passengers' ...........£1 10 0 terage ...................... 1 1 0 (Includinq refreshnments.) FREIGHT : eo Bairnsdale, per ton,......£1 10 0 )o Bruthen(includingeartage from ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

;iii ,LE:·n _ . -ý; - - _ r d .c0 i· ~~ 1·L; L'..~ -~ -r3ci L~n~it=T S. J. 5. r dpi.r f %` iýJ ct 7 Ca'.c, Fi l'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

MARRIED. On the 2nd January. at Sale, by the Rev. W. Login, Edward Stace White, of Maryville, to   Margaret Jane, youngest daughter of Mr.     Alexander Glen, of Glenfield. DEATH. At his residence, Sale, on the 5th Inst., J.G.R. Lightfoot, Esq., deeply regretted           by all his friends. On the 8th inst., at Sale, Mary Jane, infant daughter of William F. Parker.  

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

TO Tiit EDITOR OF TE1 IPPSLACD TIae9. SIn,-Your correspondlent signing himself " A Oippslaniler" places the niall to this place in anything but the proper light.' The mail from Sale never reached this place later than 4 p min.; the letters were ready for delivery half an hour after, and, if he had taken the trouble to inquire, he woull find that the down m il arrives at Sale at half-past 9 nm. foi" tie Mibl holrne mail the eame day. Now, Sir. if people would take the trouble to get at the truth befo-e they write, it would look better in print, and for themselves also. I send you an extract from a letter received this mail from the General Post-office " The mails from Sale and Rosedale, via Bald Hills, will lie due here at4 p.m, atnd leaves oa Thursdays at 7 s.m., arriving in time for the.mail to town on Friday I am;: Sir, THE "POST MASTER AT DONNELLY'S CREEK . t Donnelly' Creehk, Dec. 80dth, 1802: P..--Iforgot to say that I never:vet closed the nimail oni Wednesdaysat 6 p.m., althou...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

MISCELLANEO S. The fllowing notice, offering a reword,ei of £300' fair the apprehension of the partles concerned in the late Bank :of" Victoria robbery at the Bald Hill appears: in Tuesday night's Government G tzette: --" Whereas at or about nine o'clock in .1 the evening of Tuesday, the 2nd of no- t cember iistant, the store of Ge'rad Pen :t dlehury, gold huyer for the .Bank of Vic.-; 'toria;, it Sale' was broken -into, and the niidermentiontld property-taken from the , safe: And whereas the authorities of the o said bhank have offered a reward of three hundred 'pounds for information leading to the conviction df the persons guilty of-the offence above described : Notice is. hereby given that His Excellency the Governor will also extend lier Majesty's free pardon to any. person implicated in the said offence who will. give such information as shall lead tothe apprehension and couviction of the per,. sons guilty thlereof. The properrystolen is thus described :-Three canvas gold. bhg...

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POST-OFFICE, SALE, 1863. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

POST OFFICE, S-ALE, 133. JELIns Az - =5o rI- : r ý'i R s~r~is C we :.n : D - ~ ~- A~ i i'.-, 3, 1 Tyre W Tx : Scý TdLzý ; s=ý . :a C= 3 I FIar~ S.i· - ';sI LE-:t-r are f-r~r~.- ts P-~t ~J2 03u ~34 I:J~1;

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SALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 January 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. On Saturday James Nolan was brought up before the Police Magistrate charged with stealing blankets, clothes, a small quantity of gold, and other articles from Charles Herbert at Donnelly's Creek. Charles Herbert deposed that he is a miner residing at Donnelly's Creek. That on the 14th ult., the prisoner was at his tent on that morning. Witness went out early and re turned about 11 o'clock in the day, and saw prisoner laying down under the fly of the tent Witness went'out again, and returned between 7 and 8 o'clock in the evening, when he missed two pair of trowsers, three crimean shirts, one pair of red blankets. one purse, one gold bag, and one miner's right. The latter was obtained in Kilmore, and made out in witness's name. Witness also missed the other articles now produced. The whole were worth about £4 or £5. The gold in the bag was worth about 15s. Witness also deposed that he never gave any of the property away, nor did he authorise any one to receive it. ...

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