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POST OFFICE, ROSEDALE, 1863 ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

POST OFFICE, ROSEDALE,1863 ARRIrVAILS. rALS Aonarrn A- : :s Orr:c--Fr~m Mel bourne. Diade2no. M-e, and Traral4;o on Wednesdare, Fr~is, r nd SanndvJ, at 7p.m. From Sae on Tuesdys, Fr?rays, and Sundars, at 2 p.?a, nd on londsys at 1 pm. From Port Albert on Sndayrs at 1 p.:., and Fridaya, at 2 p.m. From Tararille on .Sanisys at 1 p.n., and on Fridays at 2 p.m. From the Bald Hill and Dannel?rs C:ee ~ n Fridayeat I1 am. DEPART URIE. MAIts CLOSE A: :Hts Or:ct-For 'teboorce, Dlandenon;. -oe, and Tr.-a?: o en Tues dars and Fridays, a: I pm., od on Smad r days at 5 p.m. For Sale on Wedne?day?, T"Frday, and Satur days at 6 pn., and on Frdaye at 9 a.m. For Poe ASrt ,rTend-Ta.rerie en Weda=d=ays and Saturdays, at 6 p.m. For the Bald Hill and Donellr'a Creek on Mondays at: noo' S~.-N\o stamps ??d or letter, delivered or registered on Saeno i HENRY LUKE, ?astmater. January Srd, IBSC

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK:' (RiOM A CORRESPONDENT.) : 'r: Since writing my last letter I have seen some twenty men who have been to the new rush, and fourteen out of the twenty intend' to return, as some fair prospects have been got, still, from all appearance, the ground is patchy. I have soon to-day a splendid sample of gold, very coarse, got in the Thomson River by a party who ere out prospecting, and who de claro that before. long there will be a great rush to it, but it will require eight men to a elaim, with £50 each, or more, as the river must be turned. Althogh the,apurs are first. rate, still there is not sufficient ground of that sort to last any time. I am told that the dirt will pay for sluicing from top to bottom, and "I am assured that half-poniyweight and peony. weight pieces are .common, there being:very little fine gold, nice shotty gold being gone rally got. The reefs are looking very, well here, but very little doing, as there is no sign of a crushing machine as yet, bnt I...

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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) January 26th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

(FROM ANOTIUR CORRESPONDENT.) - January 26th, 1863. You will oblige by inserting this in your next The Government have certainly given us three policemen-most wonderful I to pro toeta population distributed over an area of fifteen miles-but we have no magistrate as yet. I suppose the revenue cannot support one, but I mean to say that if we had a magis trate, and if the police did their duty, the revenue of this place would amount to over £1500 a year. I ask how many of the store. keepers, or shanty-keepers, or diggers hold a license i Very few; not one in thirty. Then again, we have men hawking goods about; have they a license 1-Not they. Again, how many packers have a carriers' license 1-Not one. Well then, Mr. Editor, if a man comm its a crime, we shall have to walk to Sale to give evidence-a pretty thing that, seveuty miloi and seventy back, at a cost of ten or fifteen pounds, and a week lost. Here we have a fine opening as any could desire for de veloping the riches of Gippsland...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

TOWN TALK. following reply is wa believe one of the usatisfactory of all the unsatisfactory a which have been from time to time o members requiring information from nch of the Government service.' Dr. asked a specifle question. Mr. MI Mahon by an assertion which is. totally at o with the question asked. Dr. asks whether a certain sum of lapsed was to be placed on the supplemontary es for a certain object. Mr. MeMfahon s the information demanded, but that steops were now being taken for g money on the Port Albert and Sale Dr. Mackay wants to know if money is forthcoming for the 'purpose, but Mr. on shuffles a reply by saying, "the wore then in progress," at the same owing well that he had not one penny mend for the purpose. This answer at satisfy us; we want the sum of which weas allowed to lapse to be d, and the least Mr. Melahon could no would be to condescend to inform kay whether it was the intention of ornment to do. We are now as much ark as we were before the question was We k...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT LIBERT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

MARRIAGE.                   At the Fulton, Sale, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. W. S. Login, Donald Macleod, Esq., of the Ridge, fourth son of the late Archibald acleod, Esq., of Bairnsdale, to Lillian Mary, second daughter of the late R. A. Cunninghame, Esq. On the 15th Jan, 1863, by special license, at St. Andrew's Church, Launceston, by the Rev. R. K. Ewing, Murdoch Macleod, Esq., Manager of the Bank of Victoria, Maryborough, Victoria, second son of the late Dr. Alexander Macleod, of Inverness-shire, Scotland, to Malvina Ann, eldest daughter of James Robertson, Esq., Launceston. *P-T. I: ŽteX---' -, C'T I'.TeI C' =:.>E te t . r.~szr~s?- ei3. -- Tit e. r. i! G~r Fa-' eee_ toLelett i rrr S=d.Feb. ie Vea L-elr eet S:.^t's3 a~ ottE te ' Et S: ?.^'"i hte3--3.S E, ~ =ext. llr-:;. - Jr.zeto 1' a__. 1"3_ aI? ,n. C.r, , CL s T. e Rpei.J. xFitha :2 / Fa l-t..e t ettt Bil3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

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MISCELLANEOUS. THE SONG OF THE PRINTER. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

eri L= --L - fa vd'5_. -L"" -7. _-"lf f,. pi ,_St-e aT .. .;- f ? _----?- i= -> - =-- ~ -a-iL :.- -j ?_ _- :_:· l- :e si-et-- b- S e a. - s .. m - Isr .a .. ..a. . . - - - eS . "oe a.afse- f .. is. th S ::e ST ;Ie?- 2're ordrin the re~c ofl Asdinner. 0 t In I ein rr iei Lemr doz the SILTme. Ct o:Co ena xtrs ew cS? at.L% Y'nTO iSv tiS , p~u~tr~asc s-k f ria f~r ;50tC W1 ~ -e hral e deiter \ ne~ :,'ce t SEo-IL, A sinole r m annd ai ace o th rnl bere o 2 1S u1 clO 15 ir ai.z. "2. -- B.isr Ie h is m e ae oe i~ ief forto eha.l i o ".ne-w T'im 1me r?m e-us me 2 ic cLtm Snicron, in =ia cStns c re ciety the i e ir f thir sP ilu a ht 1 s- r , _r for e burpse oft gz nge a dramtic pefom San in ' 5the crse of a fweek S"then EC5ral lrex i n a leer ows I ottor Ansciat : ion sysr "tiha ias mti e2Lea Len u- oa the wari tei astc aortt e n ts outer Sates siaze s ar :r ed f to ae L ena ts rnar, etitroafe S ss. e q andt .o ed ie to bo worthes The whoalei t ro e o Kat6 wirl ota oe - to aie au-i fotr ...

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JORDAN GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

JORDAN COLD-FIELDS. A trip li in Sale to Jericho at this season of the year presents few of the difficulties which were experienced during the past winter, nor can these be ever undergone to the samoextent again. The track, or portion of it whicl~ isnot already cleared by Government, has been so well beaten down by pack horses, and the country so cldered of scrub by bushe fires, that there is little of either danger or difficulty now to be overcome in the journey. Withini a few weeks we may expect bullock drays to take goods to the Aberfeldy. and if some little time was spent in looking out for a better spur to travel upon to that now used, we believe that drays may be taken close to the Red Jacket. It is only bushmen who are acquainted with the effects of clearing a mountain track of timber and scrub, that can appreciate the advantages to be derived from ad mitting the sun and air to a road, and all who have any experience in these mat ters know that a mountain journey is deprived ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE &uRKlETS. Kaye and Butchart's Repnrt--Fa: Cattle 922 in, nearly all cf which were most inferior in quality. On Monday prices were about lot weat's, but to-d?y there was an advance of from S33 to 5Os a head on anythins decent Best bullock, £0 5s to £S; medium do, £4 to £5; best cows, 16 to £7 12 61 ; medium do 1 3 to £5; inferior bulloc:k and cows, 25s to 47,: 2 balloksa (prime) made £7 each. Woe coll-Prom Busby Park,' 2S0 cows, £2 123 =.l to £6 12 d61; for G?dfrey M'Kinnon. Esq., 35 bal!ocks (outside) at £7. Total 243. .Calres-An exeessivr supply, mostly very inferior. \e sold 16, accomaing to quality of l0. to.os : - Strationa and Store Stock-Sinn? last report we have sold the "Conargo," "Bvnonot,"'" 'orth Bonook." and "Old ~lan Plaiu" rans, uon the Maruutn bidgee district, without attck ; and ptacut, in the sanme district-l00) eawes, full-mauths-l, at 1' 6id ; S300 do, da, at 123; 4000 do, do, at Ia ; 3300 do, do, wcatcrn detrict, at Os. Total, 19,000...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting was held at Stratford on Monday night, to consider the propriety of memorialising the Head of the Department of Railways and Roads to grant a sum of money sufticient to clear and drain the road through Nuntin Forest. Mr. FoA?KEsERno , having been unani mously called to the chair, opened the busi.a ness by reading an advertise in the.Gippsland I Timnes calling the meeting. Mr. W. CnAmo Eaid thathowas the convener of the meeting. He believed that the in inhabitants of both Sale and Stratford were deeply interested in having the road made passable through Nuntin Forest, and that he had adopted the right courts in calling I the inhabitants of Stratford together in order that they might represent the matter to the proper quarter in the proper manner. There were gentlemen prepared with re solutions to submit to the meeting, and as he considered he had done his portion of the work, he would now leave the matter in their hands. Mr. T. LLOvD proposed the foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

JOE30DAh DICGINGS. J 2 . YDm. r trart, PACE -- ALL D- -SES, Pack and Saddle 8o-se. , E WIELL :,:lIs a SALE., - Stuncti=, ev.er SATRDAT , of Para and SAdle ior an seale, at Twelre o'cb k. a5 e SAT Dani. 7e, FEER1iyi - ~1 by A-,etn. AT the TYARIDS, Fosasr-sreet, 1 15 hea ;r&rmte and Thurkhea - -J. SE..ELL, Ane WEDNEl D, 1 S'~ FEBAR ARY. Sale b e ..tio. . T SEiJLL ir e 1s : his R-a at - o'eakT, a oars.. x ne anaV-- :,- r 2 .'Lt?5 o siT SATUrDAY .t =1F.tARi. tor nsle r R3APE R, :OIG RERLOC, +.LT- I --- a u ter:zi C sae eCot., a Ese o e as .. "Exstls ens?vae So sale ris fior e. o esn TGIPe StLAID b ART. A'ES DATnEY and CO. beg to l annougn that nher hai e pur habsed the entirea Sto or Geoatof, Dazm-z, eth , from the Trustee inl the te s - af r at a conside ble rdis?i nt onff e. sorez Pxxczs 1-which they intend ofering to the pubi r - l p At te i Aere Whoesalerices DPurchased in Melbourne, ad well se J a ES DAVE y and CO. beg to lected and bought, and intending pur chiser wlle eff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

STEAM TO M ELBOURNE 1T E 'fne screw- Steamship., KCEERA T will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY . Jrorses siil be carried to or from Port S'Albert at 80s, each. Freiglit--'old, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lid. Gold, for shipment, must be entered a :thio b ustoins befodrie (ltoclock a.ni. eoA the day of sailing. i Return Tickets..............£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or paseage apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignbes', risk when landed, All goodes discharged, if not removed from.the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m;;. will be stored at cdnsignees' risk and expense. . aec .1 Telegraph Line :of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FARES. Port Albert to Sale: . £1 -0 0 Port. Albert to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 Sale to Bald Hill ...... 0 10 0 DU)NCAN C LAR R BEGS to inform the public that his " ive-IIorse Coach will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at 6 a in carrying' passengers . to. meet the . Steamer, re tur...

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POST OFFICE, SALE, 1863. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

POST OFICE, S-lE 183. MLus A.rA2L SzOrflca-FromMel bsrhiz Rcse~i ~ Thr-~. - ie~-y F-uTss i , Cs 5:13 -,o3 aencr C From Iru t ' . L IT i= ·r. w s:4~b Z1s- ? j~Z £ Ozez , oertsý M&-i a- T----s -rs z Omer-, on r 1> . ' Z.= M 9- E.: 'S -k From B-'.-; a:' 'w.. D1ý :]rs Creek1 cm: Friio~s: ~m }f ar C~c 1_TZS Or n:. rar M VxTrLS Dia33eFn- on Tn nr-o an Fniyiac t 10).3') u3 J .:.^!°rs t _ p- . F~--r- TL1z- ar.I._. Port -TAbr, a'3d YS. rim Xsrmn. on a-Tt a-rj- d Tc ra iro rcr ::ý^? E: ra;s B tzes a3 Or~e C,3 Millra and Tý'nsrsly z 7.3 p.mn. For 11 its a.3 D =1-.'- Cren11 onfi € i nr I. 3) am.. NaL - L ter 5 r-e co-cantrded to Part &'e. n, E ., rbtIm, 3aoaine, b3 rLe mm7 cim-f :ý on Satlii S P.M. JuD.DLESSOY. Pas.a-ter. P.of 0.re, Sole, lot Jan, IS6.

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"BLACK MONDAY." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

"BLACK MONDAY." Last Sunday and Monday will be long re- membered in Gippsland, not only from the extreme heat which was experienced, but also from the fearful losses which were occasioned by the universal bush fire, which seemed to extend in every direction. Sale appeared to be almost in the centre of one tremendous fire, which continued its fierce ravages, gradu- ally drawing nearer and nearer the centre of the population, until at one time so circum- scribed had the unburned ground become that serious fears were entertained for the safety of the township. On Sunday the Heart paddock, which had up to that day escaped the sur- rounding devastation, became one mass of flame, which swept in a few hours every blade of grass which was to be found. Clyde Bank run also became a blackened mass, and every spot where the sun dried herbage was so found a few minutes before lent its aid in adding to the flame and smoke which almost drove the affrighted herds of cattle frantic. The Back- water,...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

FR-iD.Y, F RUTARY . i::.3. Twa inon.=Stency which has di_ ti-=aishei the varioasiy defined boundaries of several departments in Gip?sland has, from time to time, a=ordedus some considerable amuse meat. To within a very short period, i: mattered rery little to us why Boisdale should be in South Gipp"land and Clyde Bank in North, all -we knew was that it was so as far as the Crown Lands Com missioner's duties were concerned. We had also one boundary defined for our police district and another for our licensing district, whilst in our jurors' district the same men were liable to be summoned to serve either at Port Albert or Sale. These several and anomalous divi sions, however they may have disarranged our internal economy, were in themselves of very little moment to us; our interests were still self contained, and they gave no room for the exercises of extraneous influences. Not so, however, are the recent definitions of boundaries which have been declared in North Gippsland. We are, ...

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THE PUBLIC MEETING OF TEACHERS AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

THE PUBLIC MEETING OF. TEACHERS AT GEELONG. There was a large and influential., meeting of the teachers of the town of Geelong and suburbs, held this evening in the Mechanics' Institute, for the purpose of considering the rules and regulations of the Board of Education. Mr. Andrew Burn was unanimously voted to the chair. A very strong feeling was expressed by the unanimous voice of the meeting, that if these rules and regulations were attempted to be carried out, and a system of payment by results intro.lnced, the efiect would" he the complete shutting up of nearly all the conntry schools, and the driving away of a majority of the most efficient teachers from the district. Besides passing certain resolutions, which I sub- join, the meeting approved of the idea of a great public demonstration being made, to enable our members to accord   fuller support to Mr. Heales, in his effort to force the Government to carry out his Common Schools Bill in its integrity. .\ The follo...

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ACCLIMATISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

LL1ML :37i ' LTO s r l:.: x : l ;, s~-.Z iv tip: aL W t tau~e thm pr&'Ua tbs. tbE nhY ~~e e theie ht r -vm v' far, MA 3a B aaiti rtj east =IT to et aroma r.. ~3 lr~e t 1a~te y b9's~e ' r zhr~va fvr ahrjik--= a. =a .r rFy e " t, the l' . OD;A r~nta Ott~~~ ~ loner i the aFxie of r *rut a ; xa l i;·-` rixllc n iil he 6:11 To Ahefr P~sY~WIr \vti'zti~n. tBtt .4 n-7 ' ir. ai;` 3 : c: &4 ---V be t .-1-l 7_` `_`1.11:. 5. Z -- -- i '-5. £- --.` ; L~ - aVa5 V".I :F.. : - J 1 J: I· - .4.~ I~ z;TIz~ r=- -~ i-T ____~

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MAJRKETS. Dalmahoy Campbell and C.'s Report Pat Catte--A full supply has come to hand this C week, say 1360 head. On Monday the quality o offred- was, with the exception of one lot, a rver second rate to inferior, and prices ruled to at abount previous quotations. The lots yarded - since then, however, have been in very good condirion, and the result of Tuesday and Wednesday's sals show that really good cattle will eommand fair prices. For sosme week's past the chloacter of the supplies has been on the whole very inferior; in fact, the SSaridty of feed along the diderent roads renders it impassible for any lots not leaving ther r relly prime to arrive here in anything like condition. One prime lot of bulls:ks from the westward, sold this day, brought fronm £7 to £o 10a General quotations G lo bullocks from o to s ? l3 ; se.?x:3 quality do. £3 10s to £5: inferior, from =Js upwarnis; prime eows, £5 los to £6 10s; good do, £i to £5; se:ond quality and inferior, fr...

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DUNEDIN LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

DUNEDIN LIVE bTOCK MARKET. Wright, Robertson, and Co, Sto-k and Station Salesmen, Dunedin, report : The market has been over supplied during the week with fat cattle. Several heavy mobs hrisug come to had imultaneously, causing quite a staFgation, and demonstrating a fact which our experence has taught us, that is either "a feast or a s- ie" in this market. Not fourteen days ago there was not a beast to behad, butchers hunting upll al vailable quiet cattle from dairy farmers in the neigh borhe.l Now we have on hand, somewhere ob?est 303 head of fat cattle from Wellington, Wansmmui, ad Gipsi~nl, which, if forced on 1 the market, must be sold at ruinous rates, bu'chers being at present fully asppledl. Fat Catdle-We have sold at our yards, a few fat and midding cattle from Wellington. at from £14 to £1;. Wequote primebeef, 553 to Ols; Seco?d qouaity, i45 to 533 per 105 lbs FEt Calres are n goad request, at from .Li Is to Li. Stere Cattls-Good herds are in request. We have sold on accou...

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