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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

do 'r-::",t 'li -rado rf iatheirx o-' t' c le ,Aj't and 7":1atr~te i lstateet Cl -til i ha-.-,t Sr. "i- :;n7Enrsr d of their V cur r aders can answce me the f/5Aloving qIzlesiurI -- T"uring the land nle t.rr- a did a uI~tir o te 1hO I ..iln near ýI "dle a buyier irrun th e 'Nle tr' S ir:? a (Ire om rf mnoney he c i;lia·i·.lil retrain from rlddin ' " Did that Mlelheulroa hinv *r orucri~rr is w.itiidraw from tle iJell and ;ace the Courrt-housee e If such money weuu odfere, i.; rot due offer a criminal act Iam, Sir, a Fi curr tl 3. Sale, 11thFerury iG3

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS IN FEE SIMPLE AT SALE. On 10th February, 1863. SUBURBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

SALE OF CROWNL LANDS LT FEE SIMPLE AT SALE. On 10th F.ebruary, 1863. SUBURBAN LOTS. COUNTY UN5NA0II, PARISH Or STRATFORD, Situated within a mile of the town- I ship of Stratford.-Upaet price £2 10s. per acre. Lot. 1. Allot. 6. 5a, 50., Thos. Logue. 2. Allot 21, 13a 3r, 50s, J. A. Rawling 3. Allot. 49, 5a, 55s, SilvesterCavanagh COUNTRY LOTS. CoUNTY UNNAMED, PARISH OF BUNDALAOUAH. I Situated from three and a half to four and a half miles south-west of the town ship of Stratford, and about two miles east of the River Thomson.-Upset price, £1 per acre. Lot 4. Allot 1, see. 20o, 118a 2r, no offer 5. Allot. 2, see. 20n, 118a 2r, no offer COUNTY UNNAMED, PARIsH OFr IOUNDELLAII. Situated from four to nine miles west of Sale, and from one to five miles west of Mr. Jones' pre-emptive section of Fulham.--Upset price £1 per acre. Lot 6. Allot. 31, 5 lr 19p, no off.r 7. Allot. 33, 80s, no offer 8. Allot. 31t, 78a, no offer 9. Allot. 35, 141a ir 3Dp, 61e, J. James 10. Allot. 36, 141a Ir 38p, 51s...

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LATER FROM AMERICA. SYDNEY, FEB. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

LATER FROM AMERICA. SYDNEY, Fee. 6. The Glimpse has arrived at Aucland, from Now York, with dates to the 2nd December. Butler had seized and closed the Bank of New Orleans for soending half a million of dollars to the Confederates. Davis states that if iM'Neill shot the men before reported, lie will hang the first ten United States officers taken. The Federals were on the north side of the Potomac. The Confederates were determined to prevent their crossing. Jackson had been recalled, to defend Richmond, where a number of troops were being collected. Slight seirnmiehes had taken place ne'r Frederiksburg, but nothing deci sive. I1'Clellan was still shelved, and his dismissal was demanded by Halleck. Burnside appears to have been amas sing troops for a final struggle. It was rnmoured that an English war steamer had gone afterthe Alabama. Immense mnhbers of transports ware collecting on the Potomac. Lincoln's Message was delivered on th lest December.-?Argus, Feb. 7.

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POST OFFICE, SALE, 1863. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

POST OFFICE, SALE, 1S63. LnTraL. S ý__ .A.f --- an .-as Omrv - F-m Fri b-,ne, P-r.e., Tra2?,n, WReot.r .R e n C .no, ad Dandsn; on M:andys FRom t .k. r:, T.m-arile. A braton. and Tr?a? TYr-.n, on Taesys and Ftr. S--zt?t-. Bralle, Brathen, and Omen, on loa-ayds mad Thurarys at o p.m From Bld Hills and Donnelly's Creek on Fidays, at 1 p.m. DEPARTURES. LaLs CL0s aT -ats OrrPIc-For Melbourne, -Trralgon, Westbury, Russell's Creel, and Dandenon; on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.30 am. and Saturdays at S p.m. For Alberton, Tarraville, Port Albert, and Yarram Yarnam, on Tuesdays and Thursdays al 7.30 p.m. For Stratford, Bairnedale, Bruthen, and Omeo an Moldays and Thursdays, at 7.30 p.m. For Bald Hills and Donnelly's Creek on Mon days, at 10.30 a.m. NorE. - Letters are forwarded to Port Albert &c., &c.,via Rosedale, by the mail c!os ng on Saturday at 8 p.m. J. D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, lst Jan., 1863. POST OFFICE, ROSEDALE,1863 ARRIVALS. MatLS Ar.rrEt a ?a ts OF...

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

PARLIAMIENTARY. The Parliamentary proceedings since our. last issue have been replete with matters of interest to every Victorian colonist, including as they do so many duestions in which are involved the future welfare of the colony. To give any more than a mere summary of the measures introduced would be out of our power, unless we were to reject all other matters which are of more immediate interest to our readers. The Local Go vernment Bill has been pushed through committee at a rapid rate, and all the unopposed clauses may now be consi dered as passed. There were about twenty clauses which were reserved for debate, but the greater number of these affected legal difficulties, and not any questions which either increased or diminished the proposed powers which were to be confided to the local trusts. As a parliamentary measure we now look on the Local Government Bill as a passed law, and with very few alterations which can have any effect on its princi ples as originally introduc...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

70 TIIP. EDITOR OW T[? GIPrTarAND Mrs?. SIe,-(Can you give your readers any reasonable excuse thr having lots 27 to 38 withdrawn in to-dav's land sale. I bought a map and paid my money, but I find the Government have cheated me out of the price,as both map and inder, are incorrect. It is surely unthir to bring persons perhaps hundreds of' miles to Sale for the purpose of buy ing land, and then deceive them by telling us at the last moment that the land is withdrawn. If this land, Sir, is given away at £L per acre, I fear lessly assert that the country has been robbed of £2,500, as I am now ready to take up every acre of it at £5 per acre. [ can hardly believe this is to be the case, as I know no one in Gippeland-.. except the original pioneer-who has any claim for services rendered, and £2500 is rather a larger sum than any Ministry would feel justified in givins to their firmest supporters. Sn expla nation is at all events due, and we must get one some way, it you cannot give it. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

S~~-~l-~ ~r :if tf :i.1 l - ~f~- -t;;rf A]N:2 £. TT.t~E 8AJM-Y D ALFt I F CL ' - L £ :'SZ~~ 3r.3- t·· 3- -~ -1 ---Z~ r: TS.: "c ý L ` C- ý t.:'E ý'._`:,'^,? `ý3=-o _ a r_ -Io f i 'f . r_. 7 sir r 1 uý-f= -'--LC- ... "t L kC-~ ILI-· i·a " J. J. LEAR, Saddler, e rravrills and oMssedall, 5L,-WAf E:OUS, A. H. RitchIe -slE s'I-- C1=S Cb As-a .: 11 &: Seet±i s. i . T -r - _ : to E aI-'? --2 - \ S- L z- 77--lEnisrt S M- - -, -I ' 1- 76LI 'C Stl« .6. g l i2 42 4 z i I !f r I-1-, -- - sCe :i es 1i A .y h . i ; t h . - r ri M -=ýr- - --* - s i --: : te^P-1,- ;13- : tlv l . iC-,11E '( Acr t 9 sr-s ?-- :S:i-A vr i-st r K:w i i'b: i? 2.st i FV*^ r'-s: Cr s =;-- it Sn»itr ;-. :. - *,r . . F -r LSi C;., Sm, 7&. i"st ^* - 's .ng "- -A treeps \Tjsci vmr zk i ,:pg17IL>Z~.~ > t-i Watchmaker and Jeweler, F - i3 ___ T f? Gi? LCA A`, - .,rýL CEL 2'T- C r~i AND HiD Mili IiSI~ ~3.I=; - - l~-t - L ~--i- ·- 3TI a- 0 D± b D-'± ram 1;, 1 r . ..:l ± -O T 1 .°" 2 G J n ti' D-r-o I~ * O 1 J:...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

PUBLIC MEETING AT STRAT FORD. A public meeting was held at Stratford on Saturday evening, the 7th inst., for the purpose of taking the necessary steps towards procu ring a town common for the benefit of the in habitants of that township. It was proposed and carried unanimously that Mr. Little take the chair. In. Penor LLOYD said that ho was the con vener of the meeting. Ho did so in conseo . ..... Vr ,utug received a letter from Mr. Bolden, of Strathfieldeayo, requesting him (Mr. Lloyd) to inform the inhabitants of Stratford that he could no longer allow their cattle to stray on his run as heretofore, as he had now to pay a heavy assessment for every acre which he occupied ; but, at the same time, recom mending the inhabitants to apply to Govern ment for a town common, and that he would willingly give up a portion of his run for that purpose, but, unless such was done, he would, in order to protect himself, be com polled to impound all cattle, after a certain date, that was found tr...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

FRIDi1Y, FKiR?UARkY 6. 1S$& Cot.trncixt at the first sale of; lands situated in South Gippsland, to the last alienation of Croewn property iu the Northern district, we know of Lo transactioxis which h.nve had such an important efect. on the advancement or non-pro-I gressiveness of this portion of Vice toria. The first lands alienated! from the Croan in this district aire the special surveys of Tarraville, Alberton, and Port Albert. All three of which have to this day stood a bar to all improvement, and the two first forming a nursery for poor cochering tenants, which would disgrace a Highland laird's property or an Irish squireen, and the last placing in the hands of one individual the only harbor which has vet been used in Gippsland. The first land sales were universally held in Melbourne, and we find that on one occasion that neither maps or plans could be obtained at the Court-house of Alberton, where they were advertised to be seen, because the custodian had made arrange...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

TOWN TALK. Murders are, we are very happy to say, of a occurrence in this locality, and, notwith ading the varied character of the miners d camp followers who come to this district, as been our good fortune to be able to say t crime has been of loss frequent occurrence than in any other district in'Victoria sensing the same itincreint population.' It , howeer, becomes our painful nduity to e to report one of those cowardly murders ich so frequently occupy the pages of Vioto journals,and which have given an.unplea t notoriety to this colony, and -a blood sty character to a class who are more ed against than sinning. About the 15th ember, deceased Thomas Evans, left Don 's Creek on his way to Melbourne, where ad some property, situated in Collingwood, which he said he wanted to look after. is reported to have had with him about ounces of gold dust, but, from his y industrious habits, he was supposed by to have saved considerably more, and o most probably the inducement. When ag Donnel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

SATURDAY, 14th FB.RUARYt Sale by Aucion. A t Tth Y Foster set, at S Twele ocl k moon, Pack a . d'e Ea-es M3il ting Cows, etc_ J. SE WELL, Aetaioneer. TUESDAY, 17th EBRRUARY Sale by Auction, .AfR. SEWELL has ecirved in 1 stracians~ f a=r~s .1'illiiant TS- sr, the 1i7. i.J--... at Ms yss, Ten head if h-se .. t ount ofthe C's~-edn s.--s byr C? den, G-..nder, 13- Trvme, et .. About Tyre an ? - "t=i S ,e, Sale to a -?ece : Twelve o cdle WEDNESDAY. 1th hBERUIARY. Sale by- Auc ~e . SEWELL i ^a R e .--. at 32 o'c='.. no:. sauces, :-, other gods nx : r:"s :o-:J reasentn. Wines and Spirits in lots to _-n"T purchasers -o Res.e-e: i FRIDAY, 20th FEBRUARY. Sale by Auction, J SEWILL, has received in?tre-? I . tions from Mr. Parker, precious to his leaving the .isc:t, to see. br' public auction, at h'i re? id' , Pear son street, Sa e,? hi: Bouseb~d 5~:dr=es And iAei| Co.,re - ri?ers-ceparr s. • . ....a .b-. , the i. of Sale to mnic_ a s :1 '. Februarxy, Di.soe of ._-:r Stook-in-1 trade a ,t"S o. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

STEAM TO MIELBOURNE THE fine screw Steamship IKERA T will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. .Sories iwill be carried tb or .from Port Al :d0t,..·4 o , 'each. , Freight-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, iHd. Gold, forshiphnent, miist be entered at the Custonis before l0 o'clodk li.ih. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets......... ........£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passag6 apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN,. & CO.; Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed., 'All goods dischared, if. not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' riise and expense. a Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FARES. Port Albeit to Sale ... £1 0 0 Port Alber.t to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 Sale to Bald Hill 0 10 0 DUNCAN CLARK B EGS to inform the public that his FiveHloree Coach will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale; every WEDNEsDAY at 6 a m., carrying passengers to meet the Steamer, re turning immediately after her...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

iSHIP?NG INTELLIGENCE. PORET IABERT. i rLn.--Feb. 5. K s -.--, 114 tcz=s S. Patrick, .fom 3MI ?.--'--. T--Zb:1L Ho-d-a, t Co., a3ent'. Fe S. - . F.-' T.-e, 25 t=-s, J. Thom, fL-o -- T?-2. T-----b', Eow & Ca, - Ge_-= J-- 1 ton». C- Holae, from G?Y.:e,.? - - :- J T?- s--, :on m H ,,a' . -.s -- EES:=cT, t h3zeo. 15 _- r : - -, -e --fee . 5. r Feb ---'- -e T-e' 'z-= $h.. Tomw. C3 ;o:a z Feb.-+-r 10 _ n .c D' T : ` 3 4 r .-51... _-=, --F?K 'C'-., AS. 114 r t- _ a-e - r ,e.-a f"-¢r D~·e-'*r, e I74 ome s = o d· F,- ar-~ r 1S. iY. :-a' f-- D x-c ea, - 1,- .c tte, a _.-.?.- _ - F T .i Fef.-?r I . ier-a, aS, 114 t as, P Str e fer Mel ban e~·;~~ S·i-~f~r:~ e - sq 10.

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BALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 February 1863

BALD HILL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)   "Roeef Reefs! Reefs I I" are now all tlhe cry on the Bald Hill, and since my last com munication severnl new reefs have been found within a few miles of this township. One of them was registered by the discover as Cohon's Reef, in compliment to the respected repro sentative of [lesers. Bonjaminl and Rapiport. Today another claim has been registered on the same roof, and some splendid stone brought hero as a sample. I.am .not certain of the exact locality of these reefs, but I can assure you they are not mnore than five miles away from Stringers' Creek. The reef claim found three weeks ago so near the Bald Hill (four miles) is still being opened by the enterprisiug discoverers. 11 Stringer's Creek has, after all, proved no ohicer, and a return rush has taken place, which, in point of numbers, exceeds the previous one. I was shown some of the gold yesterday,   which is heavier than any gold hitherto   found in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

...... 1-' i.b:_ = .iz Pr~"it, " ,iou e I s l a ' ' r E `ln g::k bO r i Slane .ITi~ SIs eB s LE, 3ey3 And aGero W,,s. , os7a.AD r2=icSE-, l. r !se:iwe_ 1 l l i - - -ub CM . -yea to come-- e s : , e!ery,. =at oery, rT= .e lS :, Fyany or-o S 0 PaGrt are ±eu-es3t to et Uh P Ibeeon SbErefore t3 -o t ,rilrun, ad after tLt date Al 11th' - Februs ary, D e h d their totheir - T --tr ad at S 'Pietor f col eti d on . ian Iso dr Sewellin, O Jewellery. R Ecs nd, Co. , Pipes, CeieSars inhe A efoe, thoy ay o sae t a----.s .... 7 J TO.D.w r ., a":Theboss e f ccsuis abe e thei 2 d os So lici Co iar , 2or coode ctis, C.,-- - sAll Persons aving Watches or Jewellery at C. .es and Co.'s are re quested to take them away before the d EaLy GOh IELe nt of tsale , grfl "'oae and vr. nWeaesary Oi, 1rh Feo , rrespcta rlu epr, l i' i to t , wthintr ietH , o toefro thei Bdaeg stldby ' ? r %r ethey lll , kepty. ew";te lr, 19 th l mrcner, Tob. a os Fipert , Citcu l , tF odroT. ApToys, NcffIICE - G Fear uster t t ...

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SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 16th February, 1863. Before N. Guthridge, A. Arbuckle, and—Ingliss, Esq., J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 16th February, 1863. Before N. Guthridge, A. Arbuckle, and - Inglise, Esq.; J.P.'s. James McCleary was brought up charged with vagrancy. It appeared that the prisoner, who could barely crawl to court, was brought   down from Russell's Creek by Constable   O'Connor, where he was discovered in a state   of the utmost destitution and suffering from illness, the result of want and starvation. As usual in these cases the Bench had no option but to make the poor wretch a criminal whether he would or no, and commit him to   Melbourne jail for three mouths. STEALING FROM THE PERSON.   William Synnot and Robert McFarlane were charged with stealing a watch and chain on the 14th inst., from the person of John John- stone. The prosecutor deposed that he is a splitter, residing near Sale; that on Saturday evening he came in to the township for the purposo of purchasing some rations; that when he came into...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

STEAM TO VELBOURN.E TmHE fine screw Steamship KEERA Swill leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. horses will be carried to or fromn Port Albert at 80s, each. Freight-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, 1Id. Colj d ,r.chi ; nt, nliuI bue ntered at the Customs before 10 o'clock.a.m. on the day of sailing. ,, Return Tikets..... ..........£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or" passage apply to TURNBULL, 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 c Telegraph Line of Coaches. BALE AND PORT ALBERT. FARES. Peort Albert to Sale ... £1 0 0 Port Albert to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 Sale to BaldIlill ... .., 0 10 0 IDUNCAN CLARK BEGS to inform the public that his Five-Horse Coach will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale; every WEDNESDAY at 6 a.m., carrying passengers to meet the Steamer, re-: turning immediately after her ...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

7-- 1 5£? - - --" - o C- --- - W e r.. D.? e? ' =-- -.bs, promin? l, from £1-' of buol?l.-. evr bo-u hi to h?is 7.--et - One, pTor at a oa " fonpar at . We quote O) I o -? o c" . r a prie -?ot -o ? m -cin- - r ---. I l r s . . a?2'r ? y- ?o - aree s2olaboe at 1 -e:r.o " pre:s. Mr. er- a team, fr , WeLing n, of7 : ---:-s ev -brough to thise- - - -, r ,5 - . ".-. a a .rr-? o l o= - d r -' : r a C b c ds :r' -L quhJalt shle " -'L-Vrker? are : t so muc 1i reqet. z - r at z .r `--s ta m to r= win- a r par at 0 t-e-2 , 1e -.jr at 2 . .-i e na { t is be ti-dw c er-b c' .r --·-e?-o wr?-ea-" ta y h i :er--.a C',I t -l? .= 1' n"he i bto 'O5 t a,,.- - .e a. -*-- -ty r..- e. b. h- '-L - '."? 0 hmi u e-c e o r de'?e wa- • .en 1 b =" - = e-_r. t..--r~e ad .? u a'?l .y t-'le :a .-'t.: --de: it ., n-and a - - 'i-. t :.0l ' e Ev e :o - thede -' .tign ra b t1' Se - c)lb- c , e-- h r.- t:aie ?o ', th bspi r a n "me lU--' o ti l his at o . . c :ee to. i e-u a a" : a- . - bo. weose, the 5:21 hon -r rais...

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POST OFFICE ROSEDALE, 1863 ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

POST OFFICE,ROiSEDALE,1SO3 Matr s .r.nIVxr - :si Or'r:c--From 1Mel bourne, Dandenctn "c-e, and Tra-.r-dn, on Woedaeda}y, Fridays, net: Sadays, at Frem Sate on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sunda-s, at 2 p-m., and en Mtelaoya at 1 pn'. Fr." Per: Albert e: S=..ays .:1 pi.m.,and Flidays, at 2 pm. Frenm T.t;nvilo n S::nday at 1 pI.L, and an Fridays at 2 pnm. Fn.n the ild H1ill and Doanelly's Creek on Fricas, at 10 am. D PASRTCRES. 3.tIts, CLet-' .r7n a OrF I:e-For l?cilbourne, Paudt nol. n. M, and 'Traa!gon on Tues d.ay t nld ?.vays, at 1 p.m, and ca Satur. d ?ay at a prai, -as e Fridais at a.m. Per Por \': .??- .:;rI -Fr:ville an Wcedrtetys ,u:. stuSnla's, IS at I.tt. For the fidd llti and Dmnnelly's Crock eun Mondays at ntee: N.l.-No stamp- stl'd or letters delivered er reiaitered m ona rndays, HENRtY LUKE, Pseatm.uter. January Ir1, I..

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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM. ADELAIDE, FEB. 13, 1 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 February 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM. [PrOs TLE AtIUS TELEQIAM.] ADELAIDE, FEn. 13, 1 A.r. , The Rangatira arrived at Glenelg: at eleven p.m., after a passage of 106 hours from King George's Sound. The P. 'and O. Company's steamer Northamn, Captain Brooks, arrived at the Sound at six a.m. on the 8th inst. She left Gallo ...:onthe 23rd January, six p.m. Passengers for Melbourne-Sir Red nmond Barry, Mr. and Mrs. M'Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Paley, Messrs. Gibbs, Ro bertson, Wills, Heycock, Anderson, and M'Innes. For Sydney-Mrs. Baylis and children, Mrs. Wilkinson, Sir J. Cockle, new'Chief Justice of Queensland; Count Soela Messrs. Fleetwood, Stockwell, A. Herder, L. IIordern, and E.. Horn. The present mail was detained in London until the 29th of December, to :llow the public time to reply to the portion of the mail ex Colombo, which eached London on the 26th December. GENERAL SUIMMLARY. LoNeox, DEo. 20. Her Majesty's health continues to im prove: The marriage of the Prince of ..:Wales, in Mareh, is to b...

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