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ARRIVAL OF THE BEHAR. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [VIA TUBAL]. Per Reuter's Telegraph. LONDON, 3RD FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE BEHAAR.t' LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [vIA TUOAL.3. Per Router's Telegraph. LONDON, 3RD FEnRUAR. ' Thi Duke of Cuburbg la acecepted thle Greek candidature. ';i Discount i per cent. Consols 02 ow-.it January 31. - Large exports of porter are reported. Produce generally is steady. Cotton is reported a penny lower. Thte Great Britan sailed on- the "2Sth-......_ of Januiary. Said Pasha is dead. The Emperor of the Freneh has made'. adirectoffer of meditation to Waihlington A general insurrection has taken place in lusitan Poland, and serious conflicts have occurred beween the insurgents and the military. Martial law has been pro claimed. A Mnuratist conspiracy has been dis overed at Naples. A misunderstanding has occured be tween Englandl d anrd Brzil. e'ive Brazi lian vessels have been seizel by order ofour Government. NEW YORK, 12rn Jaxaanr. The repulso of the F.ederals at Vicks bnrg is most complete. Theo troops have all re-embarked and retired. The Governor at Kentucky has de...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR OPEN COLUMN. CONTRIBUTION, No. II. EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

OUR OPEN COLUMN. CorTnooitroN, No. If. EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN LONDON. The following paper is from the pen of a gen tleman resident in this district.' It was origi nally intended to be the introductory chapter to a work which the author intended to publish on the colonies ; having been led, however, to devote himself to'the work of the Ministry, he has abandoned the idea, and we now present our readers with the work in its fragmentary itats : "Having, in the good providence of God, arrived safely in England, after a residence of nearly eight years in tho- Australian colones, and having a considerable deal of Ieizuro time at my disposal, I thought I could not em ploy it to better purpose than in recalling some of the " ups and downs" of eight of the most eventful years of my life. 'I am well aware that, however interesting such a record might be to myself; I cannot expect it to be equally so to the public at large. Still, not beinga traveller takinga hasty trip, but having resided in vari...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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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 — 27 March 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves rosponsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TIIE EDITOR OP TILE OIPPBLAND TIMES. SI,--In your leading article in the Times of Friday last, respecting quartz crushing, I beg leave to remark that you have been laboring under a mistake, and stating what is (using a common parlia mcentary phrase) cot in accordance with facts. In the first place you state that " a Melbourne gentleman came over at my solicitation, and the result of his visit was that a quartz crushing machine had arrived at Port Albert." This is all news to me, and nothing of the kind has ever taken place. I will now venture to give you a more correct version of the circumstances connected with quartz crushing in Gipps land, so for as I know and believe. T hat Melbourne gentlemen, Mr. Smith, whose face I have never seen to my knowledge, came over some two or three months since, at the solicitation-I believe-of Messrs. John Arabin & Co., of the Crino line and MIcu...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

COADLERCIAL. 1ELBOURNE IhoruKErB . W. E. and A. S. King's Report. Fat Cattle. -The cattle market has been supplied with the email number of 750 heod of c ttle, but a lot expected to arrive to-morrow, will make up the number to requiremeute The quality of most of the cattle was better than usual, and coasequently hi h rates can be quoted, althouh rates of last week were barely 1maintained, taking weight and quality into cnsiiaeration. We quote best bullocks, very lrime and heavy, £]1 to £11 15s; do do ordinary weights, L9 to £10; second beet, £7 to £h ; beat pens cows, heavy, £3 10s to £9; do ordinary, £7 to £7 10s, second do, £5 10: to £0 lus. Calves-the veal umaret has been modemratly supplied at prices about the snme as lot w-eek-Fat Csres are worth front 30 to 40C.. .Dalmahoy Campbell and Co.'s Report. Fat Ctt!e.--The supply up to Weldesday amounted to only 7d5 head, as, owing to the floodn, some lots intendied for this week's market could not get forswar.L A draft of 2o3 head is...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

" rsrr*OIL" FRIDAY, 2tARCH 27. 15cs3. THE subject of a municipality ap-! pears now to have died a natural death, and it will be only when too late that people will find out they' have allowed the time to slip through their hands during which they could have secured to themselves a corpo rative power which they can never again hare the opportunitrvof doing. Within three months we will find ourselves in the unpleasant position of being part and parcel of a Road district, whose interests will be widely at variance with those of the town ship, and Sale will be coerced to contribute largely to a fund in the disposal of which it can have very little to say. There is now no blink ing at the question ; Sale must at once, and quickly too, decide whether it is to have the control of its own taxes, or whether it is ready to hand them over for the purpose of making bye roads and bridges, whilst the township streets are left in their present wretched state. We have seen quite enough of the syste...

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AMERICAN—LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

AMERICALN-LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Our intelligence from New York is down to the 12th of January. It ap pears that the Confederate army with drew from Murfreesborough in good order to Tallaborna, and was at Shel bvvillo on the 5th. The Richmond Despatch of the 6th, says that by this movement General Bragg has thrown East Tennessee entirely open to the Yankees, and that if Rloseeranz once gets possession there 200,000 men will not dislodge him. A week of desperate fighting at Vicksburg terminated in the defeat of the Federals. The attack was most determined, and the resistance obsti nate in the extreme. The Federals fought to within two miles of the city at one time, but were driven back by a superior force under General Joseph Johnston. Whole regiments and bri gades were engaged hand to hand, and batteries and fortifications were taken and rataken several times. The fortifi. cat:ons extend fbr six miles to the rear of the city, and were defended by up. wards of 60,000 men, a large propo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

. .- .. - - Hanna's Bakery, Snel_=e _?? d? NOTI'E. R-,x 1-_ LL T _, ':es S-=_ Establishment, ,OSTE- , ST-EET, SALE, s ?.:2 -?; -- = -'<---2 :=2y . - - A C re Az ntr:! of r r-nex Sc7=r c , F-JaceaeCi of .-. Beet 0- - 9i`. Tu _-.ow C acQaxu*R- "'-"ird T-i a e- be de t. TOaM xi- T ev~ aN Sto a-p of ;ahdei oanua r -_ in:-, arc, :_.an-eh f-, a d the Pre r. inhabitants of Gieppland.h . i Ft and Tallow bahkenr in EclTang for ar -M. ± " Candles= . =- re -mr - d.B. eg to EDPOe ".UN ` -ilbe: A?,?' E_ to any Person or Persons who wil give ill each information as will lead to the e- restoratione or recover of a TIN BOX s and its CONTENTS, as stolen from the at Arpply- -4at thre ._ .. [s KI o.a ,,e thycwllre iv h-l" ~ p e of~ th. ,e itsHiead of.ce Gi Mlbrne. B r anch Giploadn or elehere S 30Rher, , art. Sto -yv Person oGzPerAon h" o-l- l g-.i i sc hin formgtion as wil- led tbof t ath ,o- il roceioe the PoAgoeu torfthia. Sinhdin of th of Gisapan be he i and ollow ira in Etebone for i C...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

S- - rE :ce-e=----o- e m s.. -_ -- _-_- - ti arz w the o - ? at . re-.A: ... is -jbe n h?--?se u-= ie J .- c:r, red _,? e -e. Lidlw's nvetion, whih _ fz s e i a 5e i i.'ray thros-c -',d lke w---er to a?. nd req t'rel c-aht, D are -f he ve;.,a fe __ pateurtd Lri:n: "mpheýet= in tho - --country wia:h h = proved of nmbch prac s- tieal us+e.-3f . A- L7. :t To A.cco -Th-ere will be much mor e 1 to?-c. har-. ste, thin s-=as- thoa w n-1 at one time tho:ght po iib:e, ht as the y bharvest -ill be late there will be greater ,n. difficultr-in drying it. Arti:=,a ml ans ,,n may be probab;:y ncessary. In Ger bi maany and Ameris light esmulde ria g of fires are lighted in the drying shed, but en these are rnot permitted to blaze, as tee injury weoul thereby be done to the ot tobacco. The dificultv that at one re, time existed- about curing tobacco ensems 'he to have been already overcome, by those at who have grown it a couple of seeasons, -o- and this should encurage the wavering, e. and lead to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

Zt o . ..e. .883. 47 * r f- . ; Sa t: o a-it ant: U~e, -rId e M . l? lt f egirre,. Tr a " s E?? i- aeal? ssJi- s£ eal l, ds asm P~rre::ud ýreus. - iBr T enDA1T ' ,PRE I Impr' sal dSraig opLe* $e i. w, msasr tt .bnm . Y &/J}mss? ;. s irale. A"L CTIO" -t?:s's " tl~ "~i ?- O tza srmtl, ebo:R:ry , as ar eatra The Abpoeh an t 2 ae lrete Epfirti eL :tato'threiie S in tore9t bne o1l f ~t r eiteher a hsep or cat tl. s on!.n .i uhiers uren" gaorsed t' milin g her-d dds we and- ytae soe t pad k and dry-" n .a. aanra0..of " e foddr` --i i .l - on The sr~tock coe i? n of 640 eyrea of b enenrd cftsalab, ae iae"se pDrnoga 2" ;they aa d fe f eay ver,, -.eu years ude r Stock thores drat trees, utokrar4, tead witrogates tan apable of iok "g 2 O bieadt of else. There are ?uaie boe pabddt ,( aemilking herdo -paddoek tad yardc tear anddlcr and i arrnb which it a a srea of green SwThe ertoc consisth ona really well bred Jekd of sixed i-eesr the progeny of pareDureianf balltiu number h ny Lr00 be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

STEAM TO VM ELBOURNE. tflhIE fine screw Steamship KEERA I_ will leave Port Albert every iRIDAY. horses will be carried to or from Port Albert at O3s, each. Treight--Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par . 1-s over 9n^P'mncecs, lid. Gold, for shi?t';:l muist be entered it the Customlh i cfuro 10 o'clock a.m. onr tho day. o sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days.. For freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, ILO\VDEN, & CO:, TWharf-street, 'PortAlbort. All goods at consignees' risk when landed; All goods dischargod, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a o Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. . .h FIVE HORSE COACII will Sleave the ROYAL EXCORANGE MJOTEL, Sale, every WEDNEsDAY at Sa m., carrying passengers to meet. the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels 'Booked dthrough from Melbourne to' Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Age...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

SHIPPLG INTELLIGENCE. POAT ALBEET. ? f?-Ma.-?h 19. Scr. i S, 155 !?mCs, J. Pro=re., furon D-nd-r, ir tt> - J.dtert=, areat KE-=,_ E 114 :? . -, , S. P!trck, fran l.[o! bknar-' Ta,-b l rdt k Ci., o1a, ,ta. Free Tr7l er, 2 t6 to, J. Thomr, fLr2 Hobart To-n. T" s-l, H?wdea & Coa, :.ao?--Lo-ch 19. K-era ftom Me1bnunre, ' piga tobLacc, 25 p-_s tea, 40 b'-a rie, 45 b5a ?-?-r, 19 p?;s dried fr:1ns, 13 ira beor, i pIg c.fe, 1 or c 1 ban=dy, 5 cs=e crralp a d mndo- free Il.r-h 24. Fre, Trader, from Hobart Town, 5 tor. hyI , 1 plot e 1 cwt. jn-. Exzro---bhtrchi 21. Glecoer. for Hobar. Town, 70 head cattle, 4' hide-, S cwL talluw. s.L. D.-f-oa-rch 19. Gene.-l Jesuop, 194 tons, C. Hodne, for Kr-D , es., 114 tors, S. Patrc;k, for Mel. bourne. aarh 2 L. Glencoe, 159 tcns, W. Juhuston, for Hatrt 1 Torn.

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OMEO POLICE COURT. March, 6th. Before W. H. FOSTER ESQ, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 March 1863

OMEO POLICE COURT, March, 6th. Before W. H. FOSTER ESQ, P.M. John Collins was charged with stealing a whip, the property of Joseph Day. Joseph Day disposed that he lost the whip at Bairnsdale, valued it at 30s. Last saw it on the mantlepiceo of the parlor he occupied at the Commercial Hotel. Made enquiries all over the place, but it could not be found. From information received taxed the defend- ant with having the whip. He said "have you lost one? I said "yes." He replied, " Oh, I picked up one in the yard at Bairnsdale, and I made enquiry, but could not find an owner for   it." I asked to look at the whip, and he said " you shall have your whip." He then went away up the hill into the scrub, and I lost sight of him for ton minutes. I went to seek him and met him returning with the whip in his hand. He gave it to me, and when I saw it was my whip I gave him into custody. Sergeant King confirmed the above evidence. I The prisoner, who gave a very lame account of his end...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TO T4E EDITOR O THE GOIrSLAND TIMES. SIn-Will you allow tno to correct an prror in t} JIgter tlat appeared in your paper pf yesterday's date, o the. snbject pf the new quartz machinery, and signed y- . r. Mc3Millan. In the course of Iis remarks, that gen fleman states, " so Sfr as I ant aware of, aeCh machine is held hv a comntpany of pae.:'. Thiis.ia a mistake, so far as it re fers to the machinery for the Crin,?line tee'f, which is owned by a company of ¢Fi .. With regard to oar arranigeminnts witl} lr. Smitl,. I will say uuthnOi more than that the knottwl ";ue of them ii con Siled entirely to the company ; and as they cannot I.,suibly possess any publi, interest, it will tot lie wortfh while to mpblishi ther! merely for the purpose of flaonyiiig erroeous impressions caused 'y ' mystical hlnta."' I have the honor to be, bc, JOHN ARABIN. p.i~ Albert, 2.th Marchl, 1863. A Oonfidential Clerk of thel Hull iqhnl?ng Compay Iras been chargedi yjji enrhaozzling the sum of £3163 16s 9,1. H...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE GIPPSL.ItN TIlNS.I SuI i-aM. E rdit Bdlit it is li-nght- . ing at ,B`d~ iC? : ·mn untill mr sides. wvre ,i nere-indecl, iwled nrlur, I lua hed at ato?t lmng er i.,n ifter I was inot ablh. b t liear you writin.g about an tram way fromn the sea to Salo oclh, then, whait next ? And, again,,you tallkin . about mending what you call the main road I Why, man alive, if all the land froai the hill top until yon would go three miles into the sea right past the Port were put up to anction, it would not fetch halt the sum that would be required for making a permanent road along that distance. Then, sur, what in h the name of all that is wondherful is the use of it to yourself or to anybody else t6 be writing about what you must know will never hapon ? Can you not do at a once, as a bould Irishman would, spake n your mind out, and sany, ' Mind me, a boys, it is none of your patched-ip roads or imaginary tramways we want, at all, at all, but to see the great big ships. eail...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TO TuE EDITOR OF THE oIPPSLAND TIMES. Smn,-In your leading article in the Times pf Fiidey lat, respcctinig quartz crushing, I beg leave to remark that you have been laboring under a mistake, and stating what is (using a common parliamentary phraso) not in accordance with facts. In the first place you ptate that "a Melbourne gentleman came over pt nmy solicitation, and the result of his visit was that a quartz crushing machine had arrived at Port Albert." This is all news to me, and nothing of the kind has ever taken place. I will noweveture to give you a more porreot version of the circumstances connected with'quartz crushing in Gippsland, so far as I know and believe. That a Melbourne geitle man, 'Mr. Smith, whose face I'havo never seen to my knowledge, came over some two or three months since at the solicitation-I believe-of Meesrs. John Arabin & Co., of the Crinoline and Mount Useful reefs, and has entered into an arrangemncu witll that com pany to provide and erect a cru...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not held ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TII EDITO OF TIS GIPPrraIITD TIIES. A MNoIEoun LE R6DAcTUeo,-" An toinetto" wrote Inas week to the Guardian complaining that her lins band would not take her to the ball. Pardon nae, my dear Mr. Editor, hbut in my Ganllici ignorance I imagined " Antoinette" to be one of the mile sex, as ha wrote that he was acca bld and desole, instead of accablee and desolee, as a lady would have written ; and then he ends with mon chore editeur, which is not French nor anything else. It is too bad of him to ask that the managers of the ball should be impaled for neglecting to fence the entertainment in with exclusivenesa, and the presence of any number of the canaille should not have prevented the attendance of bne who not only murders the Queen's Eng lish, bhut also shamnefully distorts the lan guage of her august, nlly. LOUIS N'APOLEO1. Sale, 2nd Avril, 1863.

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STRINGER'S CREEK March 31st, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. FROM A CORRESPONDENT, March 31st, 1803. No doubt the Sale people are in as great a myth yet about Stringer's Creek as they have always been about any new Creek opened in the district. I hear some amateur Mulnchausen has reported in the Gippsland Guardian that the Creek is taken up for thirty miles. Whoever this blatherskate is, he has never been here; and I would remind hi hlie is not benefiting the district by his fabulous report. The fact is, the Creek is not thirty miles in extent, al though a long creek. It is now taken up for eight miles, and good prospects have been got as far as the claims have been marked out. Those men who have set into work appear to have done so for the winter, as they are erecting substantial huts and cutting flood-races sufliciently wide to carry the Creek dur ina the winter. The late floods did considerable da mage, and several miners left good ground who had not the means to re main until they could set in properly. Those that put up...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TO THE ,ITOaR OF THE OGIPPLAND TIMES Sm, -- asn proud to see that you have once again aroused the energies of the phlegmatic people of Sale, and that there is another, and I hope a more suc cessful, attempt to be at once made to place this town under municipal control. I believe tile people of this township have shown that when they have made up their mnibida to carry out any object fir the general welfare of the place, that they are not to be easily beaten, and that it was only in the one instance of the former attempt at carrying out a municipality; that they have been forced to succumb to lying, duplicity, and deceit. I am not aware, Sir, that you are acquainted with the means used, nor do I think there are many here who know aught about it, but as I happened to be in Melbourne, and got a peep into the working of matters just at the moment, it is possible I have a little more knowledge of the affair. A very few days ago the Rev. David Blair most ably elucidated the effects of cha...

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TO THE SALE CORRESPONDENT OF "THE GIPPSLAND GUARDIAN." (Per favour of "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TO TIIE BALE CORRESPONIDENT OF "T E iGIPPO LAND GUARDIAN." (Per favour of "The Time..") SIn,-Allow me to contradict a lapsus lingoum in referenco to your correspon dence to the Guardian last week, stating that Mr. Legge's ball was, to a certain extent, under the patronage of the Com mittee of the Salo Mechanice' Institute. This is not true. Allow me to inform you that the Committee let the flail for all legitimate purposes, on the same principle as other kindred institutions. I have further to state that I do not know of one single member of the Committee patronisihg the ball. For the honor of the Institution, I take this opportunity of giving your uncalled-for assertion a direct contradiction. I anm, sir. A MEMBER OR COM\MITTEE.

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A VICTORIAN DIGGER'S ADVICE ABOUT NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

A VICTOrIIAN DIOGER'S ADVICE ADOUT NEW ZEALAND. The folloving letter from an expe rienced Victoria:l digger, located near the Shotover, has been published in the Age. -" I intend to sltop here next winter if the weather will permit. It will be bitter cold, and I am not sure that I can stop on that account. One thing I am certain of, and that is, that, we shall have to lay in a stock of provisions to last through the winter, as there are no means of convevance when the snow is on the ground for here. The country is very mountainons and for one mile of level ground you have twenty miles of malun talis, which are very high, and capped with snon all the year round, andl s? steep that we hIave to pull 'ourselves ip by means of the tufts of grass. In nimany places it is surprising how horses can get up with their loads as they do, but plenty slip and full down, and they are not worth picking up afterwards, as you nmay gess. You may ensily judge what sort of a place this is, when a man has...

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