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

R.. G. CUR.TIS, Engineer, Plumber, &c., Sale. EGS respectfully to inform the residents of the district that he has commenced business in the above line, and trusts, by strict attention to all orders entrusted to his care, to obtain a share of patronage and support. Steam, Fire, Garden, and Beer-engines, Water closets, Lift and Force Pumps, Gas and Water Fittings, on the best and latest improvements, made and repaired. All orders left at the PosT-OrrtcE will be attended to. Sale, January, 1863. 2j 10s TO LET, OR a term of Years, the SIR HENRY BARKLY HOTEL, situated at Woodside, on the Port Albert and Sale Road. The house is well finished and in perfect order, and dcing a profitable business, and con-. taining every convenience which can be required for carrying on a respectable trade. Also, A Forty Acre Paddock, with per manent watter. Apply to HENRY JONES, Woodside. TO LET, THE GRASSDALE PADDOCKS, within a mile of Sale, about 400 Acres, well-grassed and securely fenced, late...

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SUPREME COURT. Sittings in Banco and in Equity. Before His Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth. IN THE GOODS OF JOHN GEORGE RUTLEDGE LIGHTFOOT, DECEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

SUPREME COURT. Sittings in Banco and in Equity. Before His Ionour Mr. Justico Moleswortl. IN THE GOODS OF JON GEORGE RUTLEDGE LIGOTFOOT, DECEASED. Mr. Bunny moved for a rule for the curator to administer this estate, and mentioned that two applications had already booeen made, each on the part of a creditor, and an order was made on the 5th of February; but nothing had been done under thaut order. The deceased was a clerk of petty sessions in Gipps bind, but, it was believed, had no rela tions here. IIe lhand, however, friends on whoso behalf the curator was now apply ing to the Court, Mir. Thompson, M.L.O., and Captain Carey, the police nagistrate of that locality, and the affidavits of those gentlemen shoved good reasons why this rule should be granted. The pro perty of the deceased amounted to some thing like £3:,000-personalty £1,000, and the real estate £2,030. Tile real estate would go untenant ed and be depre ciated while these creditors were squab Ibling over their rival cla...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

TO TInI EDITOR OP T'EE UIPSSLATND TIMIEB. Sir,-Can you inform me nhy it is that the memorial relating to tho anne?ation of the Bald HIills wit' the Jericho district has never been oont to us for aignaturol The time of liconsing is nnv drawing nigh, and as yet nothing has been hoard of the momerial which Sale in an vainglorifying manner solicited as to join in. As well as I recollect the names of the party proposed to draw up the necessary document wore Messrs. Ross, Hart Pettit, and Topping, and, I believe that, up to this moment, not one of them have put a line of it to paper. It is too bad ii the Bald Hill people are to be sufferers through the supinouess of Sle. Please try and stir them up to their duty and you will oblige the Bald Hill publicans and spirit dealers. I am, Sir, A DEALER IN SPIRITS. Bald Hill,; 4th March, 1863. ~---*--t

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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 — 20 March 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves rosponaible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TlHE EDITOI OF TIE GIPPSLAND TIMES. StR,-Somatime back you) complained strongly about having 'flourilbroight frob?' MAflbouruo to Sale for the use of the Blacks. In doing this I belioved you acted fron a due sense of the fallacy of bringing flour into this district at a cost of over £30 per ton, while it could have been brought hero at very nearly one half that price. You were not tlhen I presume awaro that the flour sout down was not fit for human food, and that the contractor, who over he may have boon, knowing it was for the blacks, and the lovornmeot Store. keeper knowing it was for the blacks, and all other parties knowing it was for the blacks, thought it no sin to give the very worst nitialo at the very highest prico. From the contractor to the carrier, overy hand through which the flour passed made money out of it, and now the flour lies at Bushy Park or some othoc relief station ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 18TH March. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (VROO5 Tle AUaUS). SYDNEY, Fnrmay, 18th ,M.rech, The nanme of the man returned from the blacks is iaorrid ; all the survivors of the Peruvian were well treatoed, ,ut died in a few years, from hardships. lie reports that the blacks are greatly afraid of:the whites, being continually shot indiscriminately by the latter and nativo.police. IHe purposes endeavour - ing to obtain Government aid and sanc tion to devote himself to permanent mediation between these two races. The Government have rewarded the blacks who assisted ilm, Mr Lee, the agent of the Queensland cotton Company, of Lancashire, is pre paring to form a plantation. A nugget weighing thirty-two ounces has been fbund at the Britannia claim. A t Kiandra snow has set in, and the mountainse dre white. The Australian Jockey Club have re fused the nominations of Mormon and Dispatch, as being too late, for the Rand wick Handicap. FORBES, FaIDAT. Patsy, alias Patrick Daly, one of those who stuck up Sub-inspector N...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Owing to press of late advertisements,we have been obliged to otrit the Omeo Police news, which arrived late lat evening. It will appear in our neut issue. Divine Service at St. Pul's Church, Sale., n Sunday next, will be taken by the Ven. Archdeacon Stretch. Morning Service to commence at 11"30 a.m.; evening do., at 6"30 p.m. The Rev. J. Firth will officiate at Stratford, at 11i30 am., and Mewbura Park at 5 o'clock p.m. Divine Service will be held in the Presby terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 1i o'clock noon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m.; also, at Tranr?gon, at 11 o'clock am., and at Rtosedale at 4 o'clock p.m.

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

Oew Ironmonger Establishment. S--'- -- f . ee :` " Qi - _- =;,--s e. - di. = _TeZ Irons_ ger O E st a btli sh m e nt, iz Soap & Candle . ianufactory.: E\:E?R and ILi de re -to ? n si :Storekee?pe rsand the in- -`C habitants eneratnll of Gippsiad that :hh2:ZTx[4' C t'e.f z7C e:?f.. tc. Ie the, are no- prear? d . to t pplI Ti. 'ow C&aex.rs, anuft=et_-red in a sup rior rmanner at their establishment rI hede the " aurora 31ills.' The- also Sdesre to state that ther will be ready Ito sapply Sou? of tdheir own manufat Stre in abort one .onth from the pre sent date. As the for-eoing articles will be of a first-class description, W. and K. hope ther will receive the p-tronage of the Sinhabitants of Gippslid. s Fat and Tallow taken in Exchange for Candles. 13 27mr sa IrvTS. HAV7ITNS SEGS to intimate that she has com menced an ELEItENTARY SCHOOL, and is also prepared to r receive a few Juvenile ostders, Thompson-street, Sale. 13m13r £300 Reward. A REWARD of THREE HUN DRED POUN...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

MISCEL LA LNEOUS. 1 Mar. Wood stated to the Legislative Assa?nbly on the 13th that the draft of a u bill t.i regulate the police force has been printed. It had been proposed in that a bill, among other thing+, to enable mem a bers of the force to exercise the right of voting, and that ri.rlit hald heen conferred I on them by the Electoral Act.-,Argue, S1arcll 14. a Mr. Levi will, on 'hursdny next, move in the Assembly that,'in the opinion of a the Hlouse, it is desirable to encourago the discovery of ne.v gold-ficlds; and Sthat, fur that purpose, the Ilouse resolve into a crommittee of the whole, in order p that an address rnight Ib presented to the Governor, praing lihat the sumn of £25,000 shoenl he placed on the addi it tional Estimates, fir the general purpose of encouraging the disic.,erv of gold f, fields; the amount to be applied in snms al of.£5,000) for each new goll-tield that might lie discovered in 18S, and that is might yield 50,000 ounces of gohl dalrintg a the first a...

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LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

LATER FROM AMERICA. The all Serene, from Paget Sound, brings Californian papers to the 1st of Janary ; the latest news, however, from SNew York and Washingt.n is to the 30th of December. The Morningq Call of the Ist of January says :- To-day, unless Presi lent Lincoln has changed his mind, the Government of the United States enters upon a new and very important experi ment, which is no less than the setting free of nearly three millions of slaves. This experiment, let the final result be what it may, will produce a great effect upon the fortunes of the war, and tend to give altogether a new phase to the struggle. The result of this experiment -I-- -I--e " I-"- T---- G.,r; zs'. fi=-, , ?e . *-' V=,= -. -s a- 6=I- rn Fah .... &O .L, _ a?, d r Athi?] arer. Ti~-c.=se st r ev-' tem S.3: eresoenieams ci. tav G :ta7t . h o2.: " re b e s r ' ,. Relief fo mi&N. teo a r eri d Y- -' _ -2g - _,t-:t Ge= a-, 0r.-sn th°e re-e ar tr'mer --F fiz., wi Oet hQ=-en e oo te G I an t: Wa c...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

1XjW 7ZEA-L - D. - : oe ? s ? _t e Tp7-_ ..c l r _ e :" W rev of :B _ _,c'w s a e"- e :zee retr , or -.: e'?-.,- a- a -9ra . I., . . .- '. . a Ir,- , 1. , e c:p n- of sccceis. ..Abu: 2,0) ra:s have arr"ired o-05 Mer'vrne, Sdnvey, a:3 Ta?=man'-a -within :he p-S f- dcavs, and t'he mOjont are alread. cn their w. up-,con?ry. It s just pos.--.le that this race is late enough in the sea-n. It is generally," anti cpated tlrt the Lake district mum be de-er-te in the winter, and should thi= prove to be the case, the population o-'ill have no alternative but to fall back upon the Dunst-n a .winter quatters, but there the river ;ocirkins, as already scid, are even no ws fully cccupied. SThe last Southland escort took down 1,05? oz. only, and the banks are under the necesity of shipping their gold to Dunedin, 3,519oz. hiving been brought Sound from Invercargill by the Titania, last week. S Two of Gardiner's mates, Charles and James Gilbert, have been apprehended, and are forwarded to Sydney. Ga...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

" EXCELSIORL" FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1S,3. T'Ia discoveries which have been made of the existence of quartz reefs on Mount Usefull have, up to this timn, produced little or no effect in increasing the amount of gold from that district. During the period which has elapsed since the Edwards was first found miners have been engaged in opening up the reelfs, get ting stone, making gutters, &c., and all the while waiting patiently for some enterprising individual or com pany to bring into the district ma chinery for crushing and extracting the gold. Had the miners waited for North Gippslnnd to undertake such a work they may have waited until a new and full supply of new blood was introduced into the dis trict, and more progressiveness in sured thereby, hIappily, however, there were s='- p_.-_-_,.. f3'.ll nh, _r1 ire viale o ohe so, ue l 3. ier secure- b --r "he wi.ntel -:a:in of sir. Josn bh p"uM-h , ofn area r!, came ov- ; ah the resurntr . erst-!h?_? ardred a: e onl i- y C "moiinne ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

TOWN TALK. Up to our atest date from Melbe!orne the-w wa.3 no news of the mail teaner " Bo ?lr.iy, with the E?tish mail The delay in the I arrival has cared coaderab!e inacirdtr toa pre.il in the MOelboure tra.de rc!es, bath SLrera and sllers being alike unwilling to enter inLt any new tr.asstiosn until ther ?r? placend in a psition to know the extent of shI p'ErEs to the c:?:iesr The Gr??ar ! FriIy contnina the fola.owing areptn of fsraue contracts for the Govern mncEt serrice in Gipps.d : Sae.--lay, L10 per ton; etraw, L3 per tn, D. M3?an. Traragegn.-Hay, .12 per t?n; straw, L6 per ton, D. Ca=pbell. St?adbroke..-Hay, L.12 per ton; E!ra, L' per ton, W. Craig. Stratfo?onL-Hay, L1O 10. pertan; straw, La per ton, \W. Craig. edal e. -Oats, Ps. 91. per bushel; trn, Is. I1 per bushel; straw, L 3 Ids per ton, D. Manson. iriczsalc-Oats, 11e per bushel; b-ra, ^a G per bushel, D. Hopkins. The Warrnaeihool F.rranior of the 4th March saye that the late rains will increase the crop tf p?tat'es ...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

UR OPEN COLUMN. request of several corrospondents we «ted an open column for the publica. riginal contributions, -Our principal doing this is to endeavor to create a taste amongst the young men of ct, believoing there is no position in y to which a man may not aspire, g thero is nolbotter preparation for sphere thti contributing to the f a nOwspaper. By this means con get aceuatomed to think, and soon xpress their convictions in writing. also enabled to compare their own the writOng' of others, by hearing elialsiols criticised, without the p being knowvn, they are likely to ,a tri knowledge both of their well n their redeeming qualities. tors a rely on the strictest secrecy erved. MYSTERY, snid Sin1 unto his servants, seek me a t h n a familiar spirit, that I may luiro'of her. And his servants lim, ehold, there is a womean that Endor."--aouo,, xxviii, 3. -I read the article in the Tines opied from the American Spiritual ,wit a much interest, and, while I am red to admit all that is ...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLDFIELDS. March, 14th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

M3JU.'a USEFULT GOLD FIELDS. FRION OUn OWN CORRESPONDENT. )larch, 14th, 1803. Some considerable time has elapsed since I bad this pleasure, and at one time I firmly believed that my last correspondeouc would have been the finis to my epistles. I must apologise, howevor,, for my seeming neogli gence, by saying that I have been at Starves tion Crooe, and daily expected that you should have to record that "our own" had "died from want of tucker." I dare say you will wonder what I was doing at Starvation Crook, but you must be made aware that there are more Starvation Creaks than one in Victoria. The creek to which I have given this hungry title is better known as Stringer's, but once there, and it is more keenly felt by my appol lativo. I can assure you that I have seen days when the four hundred miners assembled on that creek had not one ration per man to live on, and had not the least idea whore the next day's supply was to come from. You must not, however, draw your conclusions too ...

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

THIS DAY. FIGS " PIGS : PIGS :• Sale by Auctio0. - SEWELL hs -eIv'. it:.=e.:tion.s s f 1-om a.r. J. MuPZ ;:±o sell bi Vablc aenion, at the YARDS Foster treet, on th o-bo ve da:e, -0 Fz. 1 : :n :-e Pi-s. SATUEDAY, 'Is: 3_LARCH. Sale by Auct-n. 1T the Y1--, ..":e:-"_-_t, at 12 A fenoAg iha_' s a'l Ps-_ rs SATURDAY, 21_Et :]MARCh. Sae by Atz-tio J. SEW . - dims?~-~- ir crh _?*. - C*e Tear : C ---_ - Y?-_=. . MIONDAY, 23rd MARCH. S ate b- Arction. JSEWELLC£ ' , r-'/c .teliminarn Qotite. Sae by Aiuction. J SEWELL ah r. in -,-:dcwh i The Prie t- eLTe : T 3eL=-z c2,rne, iow at w in ? :e .- ALEX. L. PEARSON, Stock and Commission Agent, For Sale, A TIgET-RATE SHEEP RU-N >pah1e ef e-rri. t0, hel Apply' to A*z. "T PEA.R,., -r='e. TO "EREEDERS, s L . E. P.,PAS - i cS r _ rD. eav day, of weh dn.e * -e. w be .e n, amrm=be Cf pre rel IDnrbra u =sm Corws, sad Hei Her -.ý do-- ,. r:-2. POR SALE. A E O .UT s 'u ~y c:-i ng Bullo's, Sere- D?r'z Co-:_ sand a FPer Fz^rch dr-:L Hors-s. Apply to P. C. B...

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

TEAll TO M ELBOUR 11IE fine screw Steamship KEEBRA will leave Port Albert every DII)AY. ýrcESacitl:decartid to. or from Port ight--Gold, 2d. per : ounce. Par celo over .200 ounces, :.1d. Gold, for shipment, must be eutered the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing. Return Tickets ...........:....£5 Available for 1- days.. i'or freight or .passage apply to JliRNJULL, IIOWVDEN, & CO., hait-street, rortAlber. . All goods at consignees', risk when (led. All goods discharged, if not Loved from the wharf before 4'o'clock t., will be stored at consignees' risk I expense. a o Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT-ALBERT. FARES. rt Albert to Sale ... £1 0 0 rt Albert to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 e to Bald Hill ....... 0 10 0 CAUNCN CLARK EGS to inform the public that his Five-IIorse. Coach will leave the YAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, try WIEDNSDAY , at 6 a m., carrying 3engers to meet the Steamer, re 0ing immediately after, her arrival. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. T'GIOS. BURROWS,...

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

COMMERCIAL, MELBOURNE MARKETS. Daltahoy Campbell and Co.'s Report. Fat Cattle.-This wesk a fair average supply, viz, 11i8 head, came forward, but by far the greater part consisted of second to inferior quality, the proportion of prima being small One very prime draft from the Westward averaged-Bullocks, £9 141i; eow3, £5 d ; goad to second qualiiies were sol.1 at about last wero's rates; inferior at a slight redu? tion; prime pens bullocks brought firo:n £9 to £10 10s (these were not so heavy noa lst week's top pens); secaud qu dity fraom £0; 13 to £S 10s; other q .litie.s fronm 3)s, up wards; good quality cows, from £7 to £3 10s; second ditto front £1 10s to 0 ; inferior ditto from 220. We have sold 210 head froml Mathoura, for E. F. Iogg, Esq, averaging Bullocks, £7 5s Gd; cows, £5 cs; thetop pen of the last brought £S. Also, 220 head fur Messrs. Bryden and Co. The quality mixed at prices ranging from £3 10s to £7 15s ; a few pens of stores at lower rates. Total sold by us, 430 he...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Sir,—Allow me to give you a few more particulars of what occurred on the plain (King's) during the lamentable flood, which did such havoc around us. I had just finished my breakfast, in company with my son-in-law, Henry Walker, when a drayman, who had camped the night before near our hut with his mate Fryer, came galloping to us to say that there were three or four families drowning in the backwater below, and there was no one to save them, or who could swim to them to try to help them. Upon this information my son and myself and his brother immedi- ately rushed out of the hut—they going down at once, and I taking an axe and chopping a long rope from my dray which had too many fastenings to admit of loosing. When we arrived at the scene, sure enough, a full quarter of a mile out in the backwater, which was by this time running at a fearful rate, and lashing and chafing the timber, stood eight beings who did not know the moment all would be swept...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. March 11, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 March 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] March 11, 1863. I have this week glorious news for Gipps landers. Lest week a new reef was found, but was kept dark until they had their prospecting claim registered. It is called the White Star reef, found by Sailor Jack and party, -From the very surface gold shows quite thick thlrough every atone. As yet it quite clipses Edwards' for show of gold, although on that reef they have this week struck some richer stone than over they had done before. Claims on the now roof are taken up for a long way, and men are going to work with a will. It has raised our drooping spirits, for, both mining and trade has been very bad here for a few weeks, but things will look up now. What a fallacy it is in people rushing to Now Zoaland, when under their very feet such rich claims are passed for a 'will o' the wisp.' I pro dicted long ago that this was a rich reoofing district; in fact I never thought much of it for alluvial, and you will find my prophecy true...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

: ' TOWN TALK. 7 Z34alald r a market for atnek of any I( longer of much avail to Gippsland. S latcot accoulut received good quality . ar been sold at Dulodin at i45,. per * Mesar. Wrliglt, lRobertson anl Co., e circular of tlhe 7th March, report tlh S th1" c-ttlt, Ox Kato Waters, from Port ci at L.10 10. A prico from which, do. Li I ftright, iusuranco, loss, chargos, and risk, will leave tile shipper between L.2 and L.3 as a net return for his fat cattle. The Dunedin horse market atill keeps up its uomi. nal rates for heavy draught stock, a description of animal which is not only scarce, but always in good demand in Melbourne at prices fully equal to those obtained in New Zealand. As to inferior stock, they cannot be given away at any price. And, if we may judge from a cor respondent of the Ballaural Star, light horses are of far less value than in Melbourne. The Star anys that they are informed by a person just returned from New Zesaland, that he saw nearly 400 horses put up for sa...

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