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

STEAM TQ, AMELBOUUNE.: "1. will leave Port sooa after arrival. areeast will be carsied ta or from Port Albert at,,0:a, each. 1eigl6t--:-ld,"2d. per oifulce. I'ar ·celes over, 200 ounicec,t ljd Gold, for shipument ,must be ebtered atthe Custome before 10, o'dioclk a.mi .on the dayj ot 55itig.'.C' ucri:, :,nC z,ýL ForC freigti or tiasistae. ap ly; tu fURNBULL, HUQWDN,s& CO, Ptharare llbert 0.,, Ii0 SAll goodsat, cotuisgnees riu4 w hen' 4!Ionded. MLýgods discharged, ift uti .±ETEAMER T6 TtR MI CliEUL Alfredi d~tD £ 'the Li' Tfrobe v3fiUlg'dre '1'uieslay removnwinvath ho'cloarf'lort , for the' wibdre or Fn nb'con:, a :ine ik ·gab:ta n ,,,dissita~ t "L RE : Ilr L..Cb e rlibi ltPosi.segr ! lehy jl g(0p) per ton t .. .n:..v :atL"' l+ tit:ý1 $TEAMoAR1DI L THI'fltXITCIET,.J sc.Exihange H1otieale, wbieg to 'nlurm .his friends knd the publi th 'tbeis ,Fouir re "Beid eiarryig he iani), lealves PuortAlbertavery ° foriiday, t 6 o clock am auo riving at Sale the : In, qconic:tinow rithth a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MR THATCHER AND MADAM VITELLI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

M11 THATCI1IT t. *AND MiADAMt r1TIj L LI. During the last week we have been entertained by these two popular singers, who have played six consecutive nights to crowded and delighted audiences Mr Thatcher's well of invention seems to be continually overflowing in the shape of local 'acule. many of them not taking more than a few minutes to com- poet, and occuirrnce:s' of the rUIroft.recLnt. ,late t trond into tatirieni rhine (irn)t u3. in m tit (lit y.CQir c . becmLuh kuwut, W jn' of ju !jin I.cai C'clebiitcs vi Salo" introduces many of the public characters who are well known; and their eccentricities delicately but iot of fenuively handled. A little duelling withi red currant jam, adil a ,caso of arson against two puppies, two of the inulc ilents iutrodniuced, mitdieidiuiderible Iailhter.. "The solitary _diggcr ..who voterd forI Woo o!. at the (0roked,' Itivor;; an im prompti colposition' iptroducing tho burning of the.correspondent and odior of the QnWian itn effigyg, was alto Mui...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1861

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30, 1801. THIE LAND SETTLEMENT. Oux election oificluded, we cauiot help drawing a comphrison between the ac erbeticaaeirtions of MIr. Woon andl theo satild -and hutnanising pictures drawn by Dr. Mlacxy on the probable future uf,the agricultural'.lindu'if Victoria. The late Attorny-general starts with She premnisis laid down' by the adro cates oflarge pastoralleases, "i that all men cannot be farmers.' T'hat this propoaition is true enough in the gene ral, we admit;,but that itij true in the particular; e; in conlonr writh all think ing men; must deny If all calnnot be farmers, ýsome my;, nrhilst by keeping the beailainds locked upl from tlhese we deprivethie country of thu Adantaages lof'theqirodnctions of its bwn ýsoil, and w'a shut outtffroit lieeilred tradematn _r itditerrisnyg ;teraculturaliet, the mean.s offindipg homes amidst our rui. ral districts, and making secure proper ties for tbemselves' and provision for their families. Farming, as applied by ri. Wood...

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ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

ISTIMATlES OP IREVENUEs VElRN?EN'r OF VICTORIA. i The fullowing reiport of the ebf itelms of intldrdst which the governme proplose to reduce and reorganise, is5? densed from the Argusaf the 30th JA The detaildd estimates will be l?de forwardl to with anxiety by s everal I~ vernmient officers, amnotight which cl it is proIposed to effect a saving of i quarter of a million in salaries alone. ClHEI SECRETARY'S I)EPARTM1E. The total expenditure of this depirtmti for 1802 is estiniated lt Lbf4,882, ag? L66O,681 proposed in 1801. The vote the Legislatiae Coiincil i the saine as that i last year, but on the votes for the Legiabhi Assembly it is lees by itearly L?00. l t Speaker auffidrs a reduction of L300, charitian of committees LIO0, and the cletf L100 each. The serjeant.atarims dis"pp0' from the list' altogether, but reappears, n proanmo, an one of two "clerks,' whtO salarias are respectively L400 and L300. 7tb reader and the rdadodr' assistant ani also &?i pdieod with. " The R...

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DINNER TO DR. MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

. . . . --.. .--. .. - -- . - " - DINNERI Tl1 DR. AiCIK;Y. On YVeduaeday last a diinner was given to j)r, nekany at the Itbyal ExI change Iotel, to cCulebralo the return of that "gentldtmm aie meIaber for North11 Gippslrmd. 1hr. W. I[. Smith occupied the chair. About fifty sat d(own to dinner. After: the :tm1su loyal tonsts were drunk the chairmano gave " the geast of the even ing, Geoirge i\laclay l sq L. L D.," and coagratnitledm the inhbitauts of North Gippsiland on the trimp'nant majority obtained by them for thie liberal cause. Dr. Mackay, in and eloat returned thanks and Nannklia i principles, and his pledges to t them dirin'g h' phlalinntary H. he warmly tlihnknled the tonsti, for their support, and trnsteu tlit should not be disappointed in his cacy of their local reqiirefieliti; he that cothmiteteeh wuould be furme variios localities for the purpose of ding on what w.as wl6h t vqmred fo district, and enjoined 6h than the cessity, of .petitiueinig for. ht s wanted. Tlhis wou...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

OCAL INTELLIGLYCB. Sx. 'Cn5fAt¶T CLUlb.--Wo are glad to see that our new Cricket Club is progressing. the memabcrs meet often for practice, and are thpidly inmproving, A match will be played on Saturday next at two o'clock. Weo hope that the members will muster in great force on the occasion of thoe 'first match of the season ; a better way of celebrating the birth day of the Prince of Wales could not well be devised; antd we shall have much pleasure in otir next issue in chronicling the result of their maiden flborts. ON Thursday morning a number of Dr Mackay's friends accolpan;ieil him part of the way,on his route to Port Albert, and having passed the Glengary, gavohlim three cheers on the hill ovbr the crossing. Dr. Mackay can have tnr reason to regret the warmth of fool ing disllayed to him both at his iparting and during his stay. We wish him success id his Parliamentary lahecr. Wntrasr we demand justice oa adimnidals, we should be at least as merciful as we could, and not reso...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

MISOELLA NEOUS. The 1righllbn Ean ldei*c reports tlitt a poat mnorlem examination of Lord Campbell took plhco. This private proceeding is now becom. ing pretty piublic; odd tinoig itbdr thiing ie faculty speak of the enormous weight of brain 'oi tho Lord Clhncellot'. ::It weighled 53 ounces anid a quarter., Cuvier's who the largest orver' known behig 5' otmiccs, but not healthy like Lord'Camplbells. The average weight of brain is 40 ouiicees. X1 CAor OFr JUeri N.-W Whon Sir ioinryond Lady Barklyonterid Burnt Creek, her lady ship' was presedted by a miner with a pickl(a very smull one) with .whiclh to' mArk out e. claim. Her ladyship scratched off the four corners,'and lhVing bebn pobiested ivith the niecebsary pegs, fietd ileo at neach horner. ITaidly had she completed this, wlien a digger stepped fodai?l d an jumped the claiml, and requested lher ladyehlip to pr'oduce her miner:' right or he would appeal to, the Warden, Captaii iAnderson, who ws' ait hand, for right of posseshloid....

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

-ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S I)EPAR1TMENT. On last estimates the Atttrney.General "asked (and got) some L16l,200, dr more. `This' :yoar the total of the estimate fOr the deiliart mont is L139,458, or a dedrenie of :127,751. It has not been pro lokd t6 \'t lesse money ifor the jud~es. , da' sti'dti hna taken place, for t1e purposoof Ie hed c t, d its ef. fect Ias beon to chaiigl t(il chin flerk into . secretary, and to ledoi th a cos atf tis "law ofilcers of the Crown, as comprised in diii-' lion 26, from considernabl over ,4,060, 'to to L3,05., The Crown Solicitor's division is set dovn at L3,688, ah ag inst 1'4,110; and he Prothorotary's 'at L2,630, , j a' aiiast 2,000; while thlsefsteriin Elquity rises from 1,420 t6 L1,474. ' The Chidl C6minimiionir of Insolvent ' Estates ha?o be'n reduced from ,200 to 01,100, anudhi6e dcdaatinint is ishdv stimated to coat L2,360 ini place of L2,740. he ehariff'of lMelbouineo lsharcs the :frtitno of the chief commissioner of insolvoncies, but o department ...

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POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

POST OFFICE, SALE. TRABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPIARTUB OF IXLAND MAILS, 1861. M1sils close at On Hour this Office for IELBOURNE Wednesday &Satunrday 6p.m ROSEDALB TARALGON AIsErTiON. Tuesdays & Fridays 8 p.m. TARRAVILLE PORTALBERT STRATFORD-.L LuCKNow OMEO Nails arrive at thisOffice from On Hour MIIrLOURNE Tuesdsys.&Fridays 64.p.m ROSEDALE TARºALOON DANDENONO TARRAL5 Lp PoRT ALsBEsT STRATFORD . -- _ FOH7 D. LEESOF, Postmaster. osat Office, Salo, Aig. 5, 486i1. NoTm-Tlis dfloic closes at 6p.m. uOn Tues days and Fridays at 8 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

.JTIE undersigned have been appoinft .. ed .Agents for "The Gippeland Times"- I.elbourne, Messrs. Gordon and Gotch. •Stratford, Messrs.: lroyd Brothers. Bairnsdale. and Lucknowo, Messrs. Dreverman, Cameron and Co. sarsfleld; Mr. Charles Marshall. Boggy Creek, Mr. Bruce Baltour. Rosedale, Mr. Paul Cansick. L'arraville, Mr. I. .. Listeon. Port Albert, Mr. F. Dural. Sale, Mr. J. D. Leeson. Divine service will be hold '(D.V.) in the: Presbyterian Church, Sale, on Sabbath next, the 10th inst. Service to begin as usual, at 12 o'clock, noon.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

BIRTH. Nov. 1st, the wife of Mr. W. H. Vize, Chemist, Sale, of a daughter, stillborn. MARRIAGE. At Sale, 31st ult., by the Rev. W. S. Legin, Gillespie Ferguson, third son of James Fer- guson, late architect, Isle of Skye, Scotland, to Catharine Manson, second daughter of Wm. Manson, late farmer, Caithness, Scotland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

SANCBO l.E property of Richard Beunison. S wll serve mares this season at Myrtle Downs. Terms :-Three gui neas each" mare; paddocking five shil lings per week. Every care will be taken but without responsibility. ProDIGr..-" Sancho" is by "Touchit Touchit," by "Ithuriel," out o: " Actual," by " Action." her darn sister to "Coronet," by " Caton," " Ithuriel" by " Touchstone," the best and most successful stallion ever known upon the English turf, wasgot by " Canel," who was by " Whalebone,'" out of " Banter," by " Master Henry." " iancho's" dam "Modesty," by the imported English blood horse, "'Besborough," bred b, Roderick O'Connor Esq.; her dam "Lady of the Lake" by "' Wanderer," grandami thorough-bred, imported by .attchelor. I" ,:Modesty" was the winner of 25 races in Tasmania, and two in Victoria. K.B.-As a limited number of mares will only be taken, early application is necessary. All expenses to be paid before taken naway. YOUNG EMPEROR ') ILLastand at Green Hills, near FY Sale...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. Sir,—Coroners inquests are no doubt highly necessary, and it is an established fact that they cannot be conducted with out a jury of twelve individuals, who are supposed to be of a deliberate turn of mind, and give the case due considera- tion. But why, in the name of all that is just and honest, are the same, or nearly the same jurors summoned every time. There is an old adage that "time about is fair play," and surely in a town ship like Sale, there is no necessity for soliciting the same body of men every time. The duty is not so pleasant as to induce people to sit upon the jury. But why, I ask, are numbers that I could name, (business men in particular) never to be seen on a jury ; is it favoritism, or fawning, or cringing for something in   perspective ? And why are some let off upon please of business, while others, whose business is more important, are inexorably refused the same boon. I myself saw a sample of this. A con- st...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. Sir,—Elections are at all times most exciting; but it rarely occurs in small outlying districts that so much enthu- siasm prevails as was manifested at the Crooked River on Thursday last. Mackay was the password ; and the rdistlt of the poll will shew with what hearty goodwill the miners availed themselves of the opportunity afforded them of proving to Mr John Dennis- toun Wood, and all others of his oily craft kind, that they are not to be be whedled out of their suffrages by men kicked from the representation of other districts. And moreover that they are endowed with sufficient common sense to elect an honest man, or, at least, a man that so closely resembles one, that to doubt his truth would be unpardon- able. But, Sir, the magority, great as it was, (107 to 1) would have been in-   finitely greater, had not our wise legis- lators thought fit to shackle the consti- tution right of voting by manhood suffrage by t...

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THE SALE EARLY CLOSING SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

THE SALE EARLY CLOSING SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times.     Sir,—What a great pity it is that some of our shopkeepers will be so blind to their own interests, and act so unfeeling to their employees, as to keep their places of business open until the time that, according to the old adage, "all honest men should be in bed." I do not mean to say that all are alike in this respect ; there are some who have feelings of humanity in their bosoms, and have profited by the lesson of Howard and Frey. But there are other stoney hearted men, who, engrossed by the love of gain, and eager in the pur- suit after riches, refuse all compromise with those who wish to close at an early hour, and will not listen to the   "voice of the charmer, charm he never so wisely." Who I allude to is pretty well known ; but lest any doubt should re- main on the minds of the readers of this epistle, I will inform them that he is the man who lately changed his En...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1861. THE NORTH GIPPSLAND RETURNING OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

k WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 18S1. THE NORTi'. GI1'PSLAND RE TURNING OFFICER. WhAT is a man of standing? We are at a loss to know, and should be glad ii the enlightened Editor of the Arg~ u would condescend to explain his views on the subject, that we may be the better prepared, oin future occasions, to canvass the appointect of honorary Government officers in our district. "Mr. Ross," says the leading journal of the 28th ult, "is a man of no tanlding in any way," and continues " even if his social position had been good." Now we conceive that the resident partner in the largest' and most extensive, if not the most wealthy mercantile firm in N6rth Gippsland must have considerable standing at least for honesty and truth fulness.' These are in thoerselves tile ending features of " a' good social posi tion "; besides, Mr. Ross is a man pos sessed of no mean intellectual powers; his education very far superior to it umber of. tile class from whence the Argus would draw their returning offi c...

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POLICE NEWS. Saturday, 2nd, Nov. 1861. (Before L Bolden, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

POLICE NEWS. Saturday, 2nd, Nov. 1861. (Before L Bolden, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate.) J. Lyons, cook at the Taralgon Hotel, was charged by costable Connor with being drunk and disorderly on the evening of the 30th ult. The charge was not proved, and prisoner   was discharged with a caution. Thomas Martin, under remand for horse stealing, was brought up charged with having stolen a saddle from Donald McDonald, stock- man to Angus McMillan, Esq. Sergeant McDonald prosecuted on the part of the Crown. Donald McDonald, sworn. I am stockman to Mr. McMillan, on the Wentworth. I know the saddle produced from its general appear- ance ; the tree of the saddle is broken. I rode in it for about two months. It is Mr. McMillan's property. I first missed the saddle on last Tuesday fortnight; saw the saddle the day before. Prisoner slept in my hut on the previous Sunday and Monday night, and left the hut on Tuesday morning. I missed the sadle before he left. Prisoner made no...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

CORONER'S INQUEST. FATAL OCCURRENCE FROM THE EXPLOSION OF A KEROSENE LAMP.—On the 29th inst. the District Coroner, Dr. Arbuckle, held an in- quest on the body of Margaret McKerra, who had come to her death through circumstances of an unusually painful nature. A jury being sworn, the first witness examined was George McKerra, who said.—I am a carpenter, and husband of the the deceased. On Sunday evening, between eight and nine o'olock, I, my wife, and a few neighbors, as was also James Smith, sitting together in my house. There was a Kerosine lamp burning upon the table, but the oil had got very low, and I went for some to replenish it. I put out the lamp and screwed the tp off. My wife struck a match and held it that I might see what I was about. I had no sooner commenced pouring in the oil than the lamp exploded, struck my wife on the face, and knocked her down. The floor and ceiling were in a blaze immediately, and I throw down the case of oil to assist   the deceased...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

AM TO MELBOURNE." E fine screw steamship KEERA . will leave Port -Albert ,soon aftor al. se woill lbo berried to obr from Port. Albert at 80,eai? - -: 'cel'sover'`bfotae@co j - Co ustoms before 10 o clock antu. he day of sailing. I or. freight or :passage :apply :to: INBULL, 1HOWDEN, & CO., arf-street, PortAlbert?" 11 goods at consigiceis' risk whenn d. All gbdds disch?arged, if nbt; oved from the'wvharf before .4 o'cck' . will be stored at consignees' risk. expense. AMR TO THE MITCHIELT AND TAMBO. I steamer, ENTERPRISE Alfried ;orri?tby Coaiinander, will' leave. La Trobo: Bridge, every Tuesday ning, at. 7 o'clock, sharp, for the ye. FARES: sbin Passengers £. l10:. tedrage . C1 is. (qhdldeinq refreslenieots:) " FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings '(30s.) peri ton payable 'on:dlivory, Parcels 2s d. McARDELts S I{?1Pi'HAEI,. ROYAL IbAIL. - R*. . OLAR1 , of. Use Royal Ecxchange Hotel, Sale, begs to Im his friends nid the public that Four Hdrso Coach, carryinig the , leaves Port. Albliet...

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OUR BURIAL GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

OUR BURIAL GROUND. "When summer comes the little children play In the church-yard of our cathedral grey, Busy as morning bees, and gather flowers In the brief sunshine : they of coming hours Reck not, intent upon their play, though time Speed like a spectre by them, and their prime Bear on to sorrow."—L. Bowles. How very many of our colonists here can date their very happiest hours as being spent in some church or grave yard in their native town or village. How many have received their first noblest and most humanising thoughts whilst pondering over the burial place of the rich or the great, the unfortunate or the unsuccessful, or mayhap sat and dressed a mother or sister's grave with those blossoms which were loved by them   when pining beneath some fell disease which, with unrelenting sickle in hand, gathered these household flowers,   blighted in body, but pure in spirit, into the joyous harvest of their benificent Maker. However, as we are not quite so ...

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