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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 January 1863

TO TIE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. SIr,-In order to prevent travellers from Port Albert to Sale from being subject to the insult and annoyance my-... self and several friends sustained at the   hands of an hotel-keeper on that road, I'., should esteem it a favour if you would; ' kindly publish the following state-ment:- On Mondlay morning last Clark's, coach left Port Albert for Sale with   sixteen passengers, including five ladies. We had the misfortunate to break down at about half-past eight o'clock in the:'. evening, when within about six miles of McPhail's public-house, Merriman's a Creek. The ladies were then sent on in. the coach, accompanied by myself, to seek accommodation at the above hotel, our fellow passengers agreeing to follow~: on foot. Upon reaching the house, we were met by Mrs. McPhail, who received,. us in a most discourteous and rude,. manner, being told by her that she did not know whether she should accommo date us or not, that she...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST FROM THE DUNSTAN. 8th January, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

LATEST FROM T-HE DUNSTAN. inc [From the Daily Times Correspondent.] yo 8th January, 1863. enll Unforeseen circumstances have inter- of fered with the departure of your cerres pondent for the Lakcoutitry, ~hnd he wr is therefore enabled to send a few more me lines from this place. The news is not pr very brilliant, but it discloses .some rin very interesting facts substantiating P previous reports. First in importance is the continued prosperity that attends every effort in thI the Lake District, and so good is the li news, generally speaking,that the ma jority of our trading community are St rather turning their attention to mining than business pursuits. The i gains reaped in enterprises, where capital is almost a nominal item,. coin pared with the vicissitudes and ti fluctuations that attend any business, of are so inducing that most people of already engnged in business upon ` this gold-field, desire to have a share w i in the golden harvest that is being he Sgathered in. You may...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

Shi ENGLISH NEWS. tl The newsa by the Overland lail, leaving w England on the 26th of November, con- c tains few matters of interest. The pro- k ceedings in America were, up to the st latest dates received, without a record of tl any engagement between the beligerent troops, whilst the general tenor of the t Federal organs has been of a much more pacific nature than usual. It has now been pretty well ascertained that the Southern army far outnumbers their 1 opponents, and that, besa lea having a much larger force in action, their re sourcea also.arestill without any appear ance of being exhauscted. Tie Nortllern journals have for the first time opened their eyes to these facts, habut they yet, when at all, merely glide over the mra terial construction of the two armies. One is fighting voluntarily with the feeling of enthusiastic patriotism, which glories in laying down life for the t protection of its country, whilst the Sgreater number of the Northern army I are more hirelings lig...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. HELP! HELP! TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for th opinions of our correspondents. ti HELP I IIELP II la TO THE EDITOR OP THII GIPPSLAND TIMIIE 8mn,-On the first day of the present week the Yen. Archdeacon Stretch very forcibly ai pointed out the light in which the ministers b of religion should be regarded by the hearers Is of the Wozd, relying strongly on the precept as ti coming from the Great Apostle. May I take b leave through your columns to refer to another 1 of the teachings of the same authority-his s admirable exhortation to practise the cardinal virtue of charity. The news from England , by last mail should lead us to inquire in how w far we exercise individual and communal b charity I Perhaps the question will suggest or itself to Episcopalians in the general con-. fession: "we have loft undone those things at that we ought to have done," but it is not yet too late to remedy the omission. At the present moment the cotton districts of England present a state of t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF TITE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Si R,--Can you give me any informta tion as to who the person or porsons were who some weeks since dug the large excavation in the centre of 1t1ay. mond-street, I presume with the inten tion of clearing the stamp, which still stands as a molnument of laziness. Prob ably ihe lucky man got paid fir hi~'Wrklr bethre completion, nnd nlay now Ibe Iaughing at the philnthrropists who put their hands in their pockets for the public benefit. I certainly hope, if something is not immediately done-either the stump removed, or the h ,le filled in-the matter will be brought before the proper nnthorities, when the perpetrators vould doubtless be treated as any other persons who commit a public nuisance. I, myself, have seen more than one serious accident occur at the sipot. Trusting the proper person will at once see the necessity of attending to the matter, 1 remain, Sir, Yours obediently, PRO BONO PUILICO.

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

UBLIC MEETING. ing of several of the inhabitants of eld at the Royal Exchange Hotel, on gof the 20 inst., for the purpose of d to consideration the withdrawal of a rei tion of the licensing district of Sale, di g the withdrawn portion to the Jo proclaimed licensing district of onor Ross was called to the chair. H. an, having read the advertisement A eared in the Gippseand Times, called promoters to come forward and ox ir views on the important matter e them. vAr said that he was the person d the meeting. That, having seen ouodary in the Government Gazette, be t some steps should be taken to uch an anomaly as placing the Bald o licensing district of Jericho. He an 1 on Mr. Pettit to show where thea D venient boundaries should exist. ?. W. PrrrrT, having read from the o0 o new bousidary of the licensing f Jericho, proceeded to show the utter I such a boundary, and its thorough ability, and also the inconvenience to cl would put a large number of people now in the Salo licensing distri...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

TO THEu DITOR O TnHE GIPPSLAID TIMES. Stn,-I suppose you are aware of a subscrip tion having been collected by a number of the ladies of the district some months since for the purpose of rewarding Mr. Loggo for his past services as organist in the church. This was done because at that time thoe church com. mittco had no funds at their disposai for that or I boliovo any other purpose. HIowover, thanks to the ladies, the money was collected and forwarded to the treasurer, for the purpose of being handed over to Mr. Legge. The amount collected, I understand, was about £30. Now, Sir, I know thatyou will be naston ished to hear, as I was, that Mr. Leggo has not as yet received a single sixponce of the money. Perhaps, Sir, you could find out the cause of this detention, as I know that the a wish of the ladies who collected it was, that it should be immediately handed over to Mr. Loggo. In my opinion it would have been r ehotter for the ladies themselves to have pre nouted it, but it seems...

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

ANNUAL MIlEETING OF THE MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE. The annual general meeting of the members of the Sale MIeohanio's Institute was held on 16th iust., in the hall of the Institute, at 8.30. p.m. 20 members present; Mr. Reos in the chair, The Seeretarf,' aunualereport was read and adopted, and a vote of thanks passed to the retiring committee for the zeal they had displayed during the past year. Mr. J. Johnson, M.LA., was re-elected President; Messrs. Dawson and Ross Vice-Presidents: Messrs. Chester and English Joint Secretarica; Mr. Charles Reece, HlEn. Treasurer; Mesirs. Atkinson, Dunn, James, Jensoen, Leeson, McGhee, Mclerrow, Parker, Dr. Peck, Price, Sibbald, Topping, a committee; and Messra Duval, and Rawlineon, Auditors. Mir. Chester brought before the Meeting the question as to whether the Institute should be opened on Sundays. After a long dis, cussion it was ultimately proposed by Mr. James, seconded, by Mr. Sibbuld, " That the Institute be closed on Sundays. As an amendment, Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

T6.A TO M ELBOURNE I1B fine screw Steamship ]KEERA will leave Port Albert every RIDAY. ornes till be carriedito lor from Port night-Gold, 2d.- per .ounce.'. Par cols over 200 ounces, li?d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered i the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing. Return Tickets................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to URNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., harf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when uded. All goods discharged, if not emoved from the wharf before 4 o'clock .m., will be stored at consignees' risk' d expense. aoc STEAMER TO THE MITHELL AND TAMBO. ]IIE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Mlorrisby Commander, will leave ho La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday, oraing, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the bove. FARES: abin Passengers ............£1' i10 0 teerage .................. 1 1" 0 (Including ref.reshmennts.)' FREIGHT : o Bairnsdale, per ton,......£1 10:'0 oBruthen (includingeartage ... from Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 . 0 areels........

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

BIRTH. On the 18th inst., at Sale, the wife of W.D. Atkinson, Solicitor, of a son. DEATH. On the 15th inst., Charles Haveran, the beloved son of John and Isabella Haveran, aged 18 months. Divine Service will be held in the Presbyterian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 12 o'clock noon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m.; also, at Rosedale, at 12 o'clock noon. The Rev. Mr. McGirr will celebrate Divine Mass at the Crooked River on Sunday, 25th ; at Omeo on Sunday, 1st February ; and at Sale on Sunday, 8th February. The Ven. Archdeacon Stretch will celebrate divine serevice at Sale on Sunday next. Morning service at eleven o'clock, evening service at half-past six. oyS lstz eess o .4-- =3-:= r °'4? of ia- -a c. =' y vi -l =p { f~~~·EY.~~~a T3C~

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SALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

ano SALE POLICE COURT. the Thursday, the 22nd January, 1863.   N. Guthridge, A. Arbuckle, W. Montgomery,   Esqs., J.P.'e, and the Police Magistrate, on the   Bench.   QUEEN v. G. CANTELOW.   Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Patten. appeared for   the Prisoner. ale This was a case of larceny remanded from   last Thursday, and of which we have given the   proceedings in our last week's issue. Mr. Patten called a witness in a rest of   judgement, and, most certainly, as far as   appearances, ,went, we have never seen a   witness who showed a worse face, accom-   paned, nevertheless, with a most unblushing   countenance. This witness, Hassett by name,   or by titular acception, we know not which,   kissed the blessed BOOK which contains the   revealed word of all Christians, and deposed &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

J. D, LEESON, WATCHMAKER, _ JEWELLER, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, Librarian, robaccorttst, NEWS AGENT, B 8SPECIAL ArPPU:NTMENT, FOR TIIE MEILBOURNiE AND LOCAL NEWSPAPERS. Foreigrn Paprrs Supplied. Agent FOR TIIE AUSTRAL.\SIAN FIRE AND LIFE INSUIRANCE COMPANY. Foster Strut. Sale. CHAS. R.EESE &. CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, Stationers, TOBACCONISTS, NEWS AGENTS, AND GOLD BROKERS, Raymond Street, sj c Sale. TOPPING, Saddler, Raymond Street, T ISHES everybody to know Sthat BARG'AINS may be had in Ladies and Gentlemen's SECOND HAND SADDLES at his estalblish ment. 1t1 24j mRE NORTH GIPPSLAND R AGRICULTURAL AND HOR. s TICULTURAL SOCIEL'Y'. THIRD ANNUAL EXItII I'ION will be held 1 on TuesDAY, 3rd March, 1S63. S[The followinz Pries will be awarded, or as near thereto as the funds of the Society will admit of.] CLASS A.-HORSES. Se. d. , 1,-lood Stalion, lot Prize .... - 5 o 2 Do do 2ud do ... 3 3 0 SDo MSate. .st prie ... 3 3 o 4 Do do, 2d do ... 1 10 o 5 Dmugh: Soal:io, 1st prze...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. Si day! Tue MAurnAGe UnrattroNr.-Ts not d the whole prograineno admirably ar- i ranged for carrying out tile principleof tal female ascendency, Iad n;aking' arua It i feel particularly small ? If ever a m1An hu, thoroughly appreciates the parainld ai- Iene plication of Hlamleti remark;;" 1 col,l pres he bounded in a nut-shlell," it is en this sort day of martyrdlom, incorrectly cnllael yp, "the happiest day of his life." A wed- A ding is a grand female triumph, in nur which all tihe women present virtually yes join in saying to the bride, " Remember vol yon are a woman. England expects you tit will do your duty. Keep the man it down." ,If the brido's thoughts were nea uttered they would run thus :-" Look ai at ms, my follow women, and applaud fell, ile. I am going to be marrioel. A man his is leading me. He is the captive, not of wli imo bow and spear, but of arts and wit imnachinations. Come and see the sacri- it fice completed. The formula is that I te must submit m...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

AMERICA. For the last few weeks the interest 'felt in England in the news from America has been concentrated upon the elections in the various Northern States, the issue of which, it was judged, might he of more importance than that of any military battle that was likely to be fought. We now now know the general result of these contests. In the state of New York the Democratic, or (as it is now pretty frequently termed) the Con aervative patty have obtained a great success. They had a clear majority of 82.000 in tihe city of New .York, of 8000 in Brooklyn, and of nearly 10,000 in theiState. Tihe Congreessmen elected in the Empire .tate are 17 Democrats to 14 Republicans ; the Assemblvmnen are 42 Democrats to 24 IRepublicans, and in a few weeks the administration of the State, with a real power second only to that of the President himself, will pass into the hands of Mr. Horatio Seymour, a lending Democrat and oppo nent of the Washington, Cabinet. In New Jersey a Democratic governor ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCESIOR" FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

r aAT, JAYZRY °s. B15 Norm.CG is more tireesomeir anor int than haian cstantilr to hat - er a- ar at r-e same surpid blcl head. w.o either -will no: learn. or willd no be aunh: the eais:in: difference tbetwe.n rt and wronr. To us it has been a mst- painful duoT to have so coustain : to reear to the evarons inceS Itences wh:ch hare _o frenen:1 em ana:eI fro= the several oCes of the different; d·epart;ment of the Crowrn, invo!rlig as. many of them hare dlne. the mast vital interesu of Ginnsland. Marn of those inc.:,sis:eancies have lo-ke i so absurdly ridiculous that we should have believed tha" they resulted from ig'orance and inexperience, and for sMme tne we tried in vain to tea.h the red-tapi:s- in the hea- d o.tces same:hing anent the ge'ara phy of Gippsl anI. We entered on the teaching p-"nciape with a goad heart, we ursued- the task .iteh energy, and never onD-e racilla:e from our intention, and for some con sid-rable time hoped we might be abe to make at least one, if not more...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

TOWN TALK. -The Gceralr Ss?.' , the Year IS?-, in ep.?d, wql b, h ,,t e a: . on F?,:ry the ;:h A.ii of April next, i ea Fr.,?n the i:h day Sp c:ar; a: Po "nr:; .. o: W.lnes.y, the t2:. d:oy f Ai,, an% .x v, h the 1:hS d: y ?f S.:e.nber. We hxre efam heard lit,:e a.nete: of .x. s e:? :_ i ?is , >:U , d rl,?.1 br a'e- -:'nrjke"ep r'-ili at J'ridL; t e oar 4r.v:. * of a ei ?.",A. , as abre ,so:::?:tn. to. s'$e tp ; fi ior to nets : .xi. d ;ce'* ituret the Xli. lan KS?l I of I' dr i en ot "'z .nn -r xtiU ci, ;ols, site: is ri: trn-i- to cArt the i::; - a - . r tta .:.ýr: s.:il 4:i ~3L6hT ýi ·e-T - Y,- .. -- - -ass - SL t'0* i epetttlt, "a s1!; .it z;.~-lr S-.e fiw eO3 0. eZ0t L1 Z'0 :_- Tr 3 .jlt iLt r' °.:.: _+Y- ,i t"-'0 1:.e '723 ;n tare a -- 'A :_t: I-t thefi· a.Ta <cfimf .s cf ;t o`jL i7C r to 3x = at t ! ýtr .,t wo ey e E.!--T r :at, -4.r 0L: Jt 4ZeI "1 tti~e o al y toLo 0 , nw I i2o2 0 S:7-11 nr g~ltiit-j 4: e ~ ~ ~ t '0r- a .eta i;..'=7 of oz-.'~ r-'- £7·-3 i·e~t E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

JORDA. DiZGGI~G S. Pack $a' Seal. He--ss. - nzL L D ='.; 3S .,b Ano u r ;SATTDAT, Tr?P's $ a. E::t '-, vKSE EAT-TDA., S&.i JAN.ARY Sale by Au**ct . By ca-e- --- . Hztwren, and - ýtz- 3- r '-i. E P :tSE e BL ati~·;i' iirhe , I :;L^L c li Ei Th"5 Thr"- Zo r- cio wSam= o- SleT O a o? . sL -. z te., r 3 iu -per,s : ~0~f lk 5 r 5. S -,- -, ,1_ A=T E?n P: S?.hz: n-??A T entD?, T Tin'.3, ?oAn. cQnt g a _ 1or.? usard O xt s off e Sale. APLERs, JGrOC-Er 3 1 &52. 16- . POE SALTE Eight O-Acr Anoi ..he flimer SLTjr 'GcT .:r anm DaE and Co., POR SALE. .EMt BDRU3c Ifro SN, an Tusee FOR SALE, Ha T a cerbe nt P ofer nerSaele of earntaing ) Ares, being Sup narbsa llotmentA a? , 31 ,urrol ded by a Sdbstanti, l Two-rnloed Fence, and Title Perenc. on Apply to Co L. Per so , Sale. Extensive Sale otrl t PrTa OA3OtanrnS DE a-, bOing Sob ie salnot er t hat they- aetie and E xde to emake Sto -eor Saole DRAeRY etod, GROm ted Try, &net month pErsrate o tain. aPeas onoerahe adison o: O ...

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COMMERCIAL. [?] MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 January 1863

1 . e-E af rg u aiisyr thes nn.r d -i r?-. Ter- qusa ---y, m the -hAi; , ezy Jb- cnhd as ? aez-i :?i.?-?:?rate, uh h-e .w a cW pdi-e aS Enry o1. ao w-r1a -tca sU -e Wodras=, 'i0g.s ftoc-. ra a'b-" az'i - =' s .- - : i-e :. 4h io2 a-- w o a, _.. :- " f -, `.er: -?, -11E'. .r;aC5 , 4 "s , Id Ws at- T-'ze ?.----' -3 ?-ac 1J tcc--c Sacte=- da, .'Lo2 -£2 i: 1 d5 o ,- X dUj to N h X -. -e= _ E: , f= the3e Z;. We lo. . c-n .- W au s .t-' Th oed IT h re.F et h?= a:'- st"n isome sir :eo 3-_h 1 .? ca i a .: r _ ~-.. ca e? s arbe t --2 - Daubzp-a -~- ? san Chea" Pae hr' b?Iea ':c-. :-he ,' aee riof ve s ! - :.t -.oehs to : ':? ~~ .f:c--s . e 7.,J - n ron-t ndn ef- e?- le ? Es:_ ed :, Lah " the ,f accyea h5[: h c. .. . ., c-.. -'1 0 ' . out t _ ei to f5 ISv; =-.? _; t - ., -Xe- Wc 5r.._ s?, f.e:h . - We - ,sie oil c3 n ca . er sly head l'n E !-.t he.e Lrate a sr'. or _here-- a oo.-to -y ihtsr en are f - ic--se : no t " ri to es e?htl i Fr e r- i I -- -ae i of b er Whet T hre a ery d ne ofof 3's...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

" EXCESIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY to. 1833. OuR Bald Hill correspondence this week contains the minutes of a pub lie meeting hecld in that township on the 1'4th inst., for the purpose of memorialising the Government against the unnatural connection with Jericho which the late procla mation of the licensing boundary of the latter township would force upon them. The meeting was attended by the principal storekeepers and other persons who felt aggrieved at being sent over a rugged mountain track of se enty miles for a license which could be procured in a few hours from Sale. The resolutions passed at this meeting show plainly that we were not premature in our action, and that any inconvenience which must arise would be felt most by the residents on the Donnelly's Creek road, the Bald Hill, and Toon gabbi. As yet we have no intimation of any action being taken in the matter at Donnelly's Creek, but we still feel convinced that the publicans and s:orekeepers there will, as soon Ias they have ...

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