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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1861

[ADV\ERVISEMENl.] TullE Governmnen being do~iirbdis ol afftorthding faceilitice to the Public fot' acquiring IVictorian Rnilwny' Debcntures of the Colounil Issuc, is mainkiug ariuugoumeuts tndo1r whieh l Jdc lsirotuu to iuu'uest any silun nuet less than £10, may ripply for its equivalent it Debuntureb (f £50, £25, or £10 denomination upon payiug a premiium of four pounds per centum, ftnd the proportion, of interest, if any, accrued at the timune of .purclhse. The sub-treasuries throughout the colony ivill be furnished with DUcbdlfiftres which will be therefro obtaiuuble ou the spot, imtnnediately upon appli t:atiou, provided tha:t the ahusntot applied. tor be not in. exiess of tact dilotted" to the DJisrict'; andi 'evetry iuforination as to the -nature and value 6f the stock'\vili be hilfrded to persons requiring it by the lReceivers anti Paylliiscersiu an :li'focality. The isutte of Debeultetitfebilil tinder this arrange nient, be limited to 'Jfi00,UU , itani the rate of prdiuiim w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1861. BURKE AND WILLS, THE VICTIMS OF RED TAPEISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1561. BUIX E AED WILLS, THE VIC TIlLIS OF RED TAPEISMI. "DIED from Starvation "! II as been re turned as the verdict of the Country on the remains of the heroic Bunn? and Wi~.s, to which is appended the condemnatory adenda of " the result of blundering mismanagement, cul pable neglect, and, thoughtless inac tion; all bound together in trammels of red-tape, so hampered and embar rassed by the details of office, as ren dered any attempt at rescue or assist ance of no avail, and by the slothful ness of its action, destroyed the lives of the first successful explorer of our continent." . To Victoria will belong the fame which attaches to the exploration from South to North of A ustralia; but to Victoria will belong the eternal and damning disgrace of having neglected to use the means which lay in their power, to lessen the dangers to which these . pioneers of civilisation n ere exposed. A few months since, and nearly all Melbourne assembled to witness the departur...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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VICTORIAN EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. JOHN KING'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

EDIiT 1 ON., JOHIN KING'S NARRATIVe. Mr..?lurke,. Mr. -Wills and 1; reached the l?ept,.nt Cooper,;'8CreCk,;on April 21st, about half-.past seyenin the ,even-" ing, withLwn camels---all that remaiiced of the xizi;'Mr.: Burke:itook with him., All the provisions, we thenlhad' consis ted of a pound and a-half of ,dried meat. We found the parity had gonithe same day, and looking about :fii '-ny nmark they might have left, fonud.r.tlhetree with DIG, April 21. Mr. Wills, said the party had left For tlidD 'Irjiiig. We dug, and found the phirit'of'storos. We remained four or flye days to r:ecruit and make preparations to gol down the creek by stages of four to" fio miles. a: day, and Mr. Burke placed a"paper in the plant, stating :what, were our" p:las. Travelling down the creek we got some fish from the natives, and, sonie distance down, one of theeanmels (Lands) got hogged, and although we reminined there that day' and-part "of the next trying to dig him' out, we found ou'r 'stirngth in sn...

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THE MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

THE MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. In the Legislatie Assembly on Frid' evening, the adjourned debate on the BudFd Na resaumed by Mr. Cummins, who took e. caption to the financial policy-of the Govew nemot beoonau it did not afford sufflcient B courmgolnont to the producing interests of the country. HII ulso expressed his surprise that the lovoernneut luid not brought down " amon(ld Ilad bill in nccordeice with th? )promnla before the present time. He sho", therefore, vote for the .mendment cf the ho3, membtr for Kilmnure Mr. Flit, in suPf?.' ing the motion of the hon the Treasurer, he did not reiquir to address the Hoeue onlrder toexplain the vote he was about to ~#* aince in voting for the present 4 ministration he would be only fulfil1 the pledgte made to his constitu" Ho would: nottenter npon tleou question of whether thoe-romission of a portion of the export duty oangold wes politic -orequitable, but he maintained that by the proposed romis sion a certain claea of the communiity was favour...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

PARLIAJtE.TARY. WEODNEDAT, -NOV.xOBa 6. In the Legislative Assembly, 2Mi A. . J. Smith took the oaths and his seat for Castlemain. Dr. Mackay (introduced by Mr. Ireland and Mr.-'Loader) took the oaths and his seat (on the opposition side, below the Gangway) for North Gippeland. Mr. Nicholson presented a petition (which was read) from the Melb .urne Chumher of Commerux adn.tthe Ministerial financial scheme, as re.irds the alterations of the tartif, andi the imposition of wharfage and other duties. Mr. A. J. Siihh. asked whether Ministers proposed to pension the sole survivorf the Victorian Expedition, to erect a monument to the memory of Burke and Wills, and to in. atitute a searching inquiry into the causes why relief was not afforded to the survivors of the party at Coopers Creek 1 ' Mr. Heades said it was the intention of Ministers to erect a monument to the memory of Burke and Wills, and to institute a search ing inquiry as to why relief was not afforded when it was so near at ha...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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POST OFFICE, SALE TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

PUST OFFICE, SALE. TAILS OJ TER ARRIVAL LID DErARTURU O F ISLAJW M AS, 1861. _ Mail, close ate On Hour this Office for MKLeoORXB Wednesdayy &Satun3n a 6 p m ROSEDALS ,, ,,. t, DLoziRoKG Tudays & Fridays iS p.en PORT ALDER STRATS'ORD !n » LocK.Yow ~ ~_ Mails arri,. at Onatur thisOffice fOom IELBOtRNU Tuesdays & Fridayns 8p.m ROBEDAL ~, » DANDIouNols TARRAVUIL5 , STRATFORD , ' Luosbeow ,, 05EO» ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

fJlHE undersigned have been appoint 1_ ed Agents for "The Gippaland Times: .Afelbourne, Messrs. Gordon and Gotch. Stratford, Messrs. Ltuyd Brothers. Bairnsdale and Lucknoi, Messrs. Dreverman, Camerou and Co. Sarsfield, Mr. Charles Marshall. Boggy Creek, Mr. Bruce Baltour. Rosedale, Mr. Paul Cansirk. Tarraville, Mr. I. F. Liston. aort Albert, 'Mr. F. Duval. Sale, Mr. J. D. Leeson. Divine service will be held (D.V.) at Strat ford, on Sabbath next, at 12 o'clock, noon, and in the Presbyterian Church, Sale, at 6 o'clock p.m.

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JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

JOHN D. LEESON, I'ostnmaster. Post Office, Sale, Aug. 5, 18?1. NoTa.-This office closee at 6p.m. On Tuel days and Fridays at 6 p.m.

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"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

WHAT'S IN A NAME ? We are bound to believe there is a great deal in the name of Sale : sold when some eight years since it was brought to the hammer by the Govern- ment under a name which nobody (but those in Government secrets) knew. Sold when its best lands were alleniated to within one quarter of a mile of the town boundary to monopolising pur- chasers, more than one of whom resided   16,000 miles away, and now doubly sold by the treachery of the man who has unblushingly broken his solemn promise to the constituency which   electeed, not him, but the principles he professed. Successfully has the Vic- torian Association worked ; successfully did the Secretary perform his mission here, and now the supporter of the amendment agaisnt the Ministry is des- pised of all men. With double-faced innocence did the denizen of the "city of the traitor" bring his treachery to his rural victims. A mild and im- placable advocate of the Ministerial programme ; he suited ...

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SALE GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

SALE GENERAL SESSIONS. The Criminal sittings commenced on Mon- day last, before his honor, Acting Judge Arm- strong, who presided in the absence of Judge Wrixon, who was taken suddenly ill when about to leave Melbourne for Gippsland. Mr. Prendergast prosecuted on the part of the Crown. The first prisoner arraigned was Hugh Macree, who pleaded guilty to stealing five one pound notes and other monies from the residence of James Patten, lodging-house keeper. Sale. Prisoner was sentenced to 12 months hard labor on the roads. Edward Downard and William Terry were then charged with assault and robbery from the person of John O'Brien, at the Crooked River on Easter Sunday last. The following Jury were sworn :-Messrs. J. H. C. Wilson, B. Winch, E. Barber, J. Widdowson, W. Latham, T. Morley, G. Bird, J. Jacobs, J. Crichton, D. McColl, J. Davidson, J. Leslie, (foreman). The prisoners were undefended. Mr. Prendergast opened the case for the prosecution. John O'Brien deposed: I was a miner at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

SANCHO filHE property of Richard Bennison. , will serve mares this season at tyrtle Downs. Te'rms :-Three gui neas each' mare; paddocking five shil lings- per. 'eek. Every 'saro will be takenibut without responsibility. P:ipi? -"E.-": Sancho" is by "Touchit Touchit,': -by, "Ithuriel," out . o: ': Actual,"' by !Actrcon.'" her dam sister to ,SCoronet,'"by " Caton," ",1thurel"' by : Touchstone," the best and lmosi successful stallion ever known upon the English turf,,was gotby ' " Camel," who was byp. Whale'bone," out of " Banter," by ,'M aster Henry." " ancho's" dam ".Modesty," by -he imported E'nglish blood? horse,. 'Besborough," bred b) PRoderick, 'OConnor , Eq.-; her dam "Lady of the Jlake? by " Wanderer,' grandamcnthorough-bred, imported by Batchelor.. ",Modesty" was the winner :of:,25 races in 'Casmania, and two in Victoria. - "N;B.-As a limited number of mares will'oily be taken,' early applicatidn is anecessary. il eapen- s to be?paid before taken a Tay. . - - - YOUNIG EMPEROR ...

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ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

ASSAULT. William Johnson was then arraigned for as- sault and attempt at violation on Sarah Sta- pleton, at Sale, on the 1st. April, 1861. Prisoner was undefended. Sarah Dean, alias Stapleton, was sworn. I know the Prisoner. Saw him on the night in question, about nine o'clock. I was in bed. I was awakened by his pulling the door open. I struck a light, and screamed, and called for my nearest neighbor, Mrs. Lee. He went out- side and held the door, and said I should not get out that night. I put on part of my clothes. He asked me to take a nobler. I I told him I would give him in charge of the police. He answered that no b ----- trap should catch him. He said nothing more at that time, but went away. I went to bed with my children. The walls of my residence were calico. I was again awaked by a sound like some one creeping along the floor, the candle was lighting and I saw this man coming through from under the bed, he had ripped the calico close by the bed and came in under it; he j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

TENDER)re1i'nvited for the erec L tion of a gallery &c. in- S3t. PRiul's Uhurch, Sale. Tenders to be sent in not later than noon on Saturday next, 16th inst. Plans and specitications may be seen on application to Mr. Riaphael. ,TENDEIRS will be received until noon on Friday next, Nov. 15, for abont'8U rods two rail fencing, and 46 rods paling; Particulars on appli cation to Mr. English at the Schools. TO LET. MARINE RESIDENCE, beautifully situated, at the old Old Port, Mulberry Bank Cottage, containing four rooms, with detached kitchen, stable, &c. For particulars, apply to H. B. Thomas, Esq., Port Albert, or Duncan, Bros., Sale. TO WHOM IT MAYi CON.EI?N. HIIEREAS a black mare, branded Y ,with S above it on near shoulder, my property, has returned, with her yearling filly foal branded IB. I hereby give notice of my intention to rebraud the said filly foal. FRANK HALL. Deloine, Nov. 12, 18011, JAMES WORSLEY, Blacksmith and Wheelwright "BAIRNSDALE. ' All Orders punctua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1861

STEAM 'O MELBOURNJE. T' HEline seorew .steaeslip KE1UA .::willleave Port';Albe . sdon aftei' arrival.' . : " - floraes will, be. carried to or from Port , Albertitat,80s, ea)ch. '::+;:! Lr-eiglt ?(old;, 2a. per. ounce. Par . ceis over.:200:ouncee, -lid. : "G old; for shipment; muot be`entered on the da yof sailing. For -freight ;,or `passage apply , to. TUENBULL, HO WDEN,', & 0-O., Wharf-street,' tPortAlbert. : SAll goods at conrsignies',ilk when' nded., All, goods discharged, if-;not emoved from the wharf before'4 o'clock p:.m:; wll be stbred at conisignees rikhk ndlexpense. TEaMEit .,T HE.' ` MICHELL AND' TAMZBO. . HE steamier, ENTERBRISE Alfred Morrisby, Comtmindcr;will leave e La::Trobe o Bridge ove'y Tuesday orning; at '7 o'clobck, sharp', for the. Cabin .'assengers£' , 1 lOs: _ .teerago .o.n'd oi . :1: "e ' (TAhldiiag. s cfresb icte) ` , l0 ARDELI & Qp ryiigA I? J ROYAL MAIIM.: R. P. OLARIt, if the Royal Eeitbhngo Hotel, Sale, begs to m his friends and the publ...

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To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

To th? ,ditor of the Gippaltandl Tims. Si :,-People camnnot do without beef mid mutton; asn well dejfrive a ScotIch mann of his porridge or an Australian resident o',f his favouritto" grub," but 1 thiilk thit i'we ould 'ei'y w?.ll dispense with the luxury of having it slutiglitered ait oir. doors anld under our very noses and be 'cmlopelled to . submit l to thil sickening effluvia nrising from the rejectel portiuons of the carcass. Mea, iare.atiidl', streat snells, bilt tlr the Jant two da?t sfllere ha been; atll. otli elmnatting from an estalilihnment in joster-street, so utterly the reverse ol agreeable, tlit it . li't s aised those residing in tho vicinity, conisidlerable ainnolo\ti?e. We pro t .omfielled to sitlmit tfnitany utnoeances ,t I tllhink that this is one lwhich itie ilhaitabtts of the towiship ouglhtt tlo ilnist on Iaving rtlictiitdd no this ntisance has niow rlatd qullto i?irg eno?lgh, andt I,?ch too long foii the comfort ufthe inlhabitants of this portion of Sale. il...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

WEDNESDAY NOVEM1BER 20, 1861. .HE.bo3u~tAD pirtBiai:lof the exports from Port Albert .sheow a decided in crease in the.ashipments f gold. During the hut e veieeks ne i Goo iruces have been' forwarded to iMelbourne, and we: have no reason to apprehend that the average for .somb time to come w'ill decrease below a thousanud ounces per week. Our cattle trade'. with Tasusnnia is also improving; free from the pre :vailingepidemic, we are the only por tion of Victoria permitted to trade with Hobart. Town, and thus a market has been relopened to us, to which our trade has been long on the decline. Here we have practically demon atsrated to us the ,fact that it is only in products which, either from their con centrated value or consisting of flocks ?id herds that, with the present 'means io trafic, we dali. compete with other portions of Victoria. .Withl thousands of acres about us ready for the plough,l the colony ;would no longer have to look'to. South Anutralia or California for supplies...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE AT ADELAIDE WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE AT ADELAIDE WITH TIHE 8'PTEit1B.ER MiAt S. By' Electic T'elegraph. Thoe r'oig,?i Wonga; having on boand the Soutlh Australian pn;irit of the September flails friomt Europe, arrived it ANjilddii edar?y on Tlursday morning The P. and 0..Co n seiniliip S?l-: sctto irrriveod at .King Ge?ige;? Sound .at'4' p nm. n the 9th iilst.r "' e liad been detained at Gallo 'wanitiaig f'or the Endglish manil, which was lc behid time in consequeoice of having been stopped at E 1yp1t tour days b'y thel overllowiihg of tlie lin c Nile, which lnd aseled away a iprtioa iof' the raitlway betuveee A'1\ndri and Cairo. The p ssengers were fiur days in crossiig the deseort. '.Iýi Ai; tralian July n tiaila wei'e delivered ,n I.onlon oai the 1lth- and 109th September. Lori? Mliiok is to d.;cceed Sir Ed-: mundl Head, its Go eirnor of Canada. This is the firt oflice oirdi hliouck has ever held. The arnmy ii' Canada will be auiipp[oeiiibted byl : thrco tlhonsand inure troopt. It is` rnncure...

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POLICE NEWS. Saturday, 16th. Nov.1861. (Before J. L. M. Carey, Esq., P.M., P.M.) WHIELDON V. WHIELDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

POLIJE NRIT'V, Saturday; 1Gth Nl v,18i61 . i .(Beoforo J. .L.. Carey, Esq., P.M:i PM.) WIIIECDONjV. 1VEIiION.o' John Whislcion was bi ought uip on a chargo 'oa having threaiteued to take the life of his wife on the prevlious'evening. The Bunch ordercd himn to firod recogizanco to lteop the plaece for twelve months, himu~elf fobr £100 and two asiretis in £50 och. fBailwas procured. PF.ARSON (bailiff) v.NEiL?.u. This was a cese of iuterpleader to.prove the ownei'shlip of, a hormo seized by plaunttff under 'ai execution obtlmnod by Mr. Beonisoli against H:. Mu[akintyre. It appeared that when the horCse was cized, the defendahit " "ecliic ' to elixr the i.ccipt, bit prodiuc?d it a dayo ubscquently, it was alleged thoatth. sale nlias fradulent, ind .that the ?'ecofpt for the hor' was not written until after the day of seizure. The original vendor of the ltorrae to N'eilson beug ii the townsiip; the Ban?l iidjorined the case for half anl hour for his pieduction. At the i?ssittlin of the C...

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PROTRACTED LABOR [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

Pi ;OURACt?.TtiTsl LABOIR VIT A .EtIBER O'F TIIE EAIILY CLOSING ASSOCII1tOS I? ENGOlND. In 1842, several benevolent philnn throphists (alarn ied at the ieils rc3ulting fliom the then increasing . fashion of shoplinig a;tt night, and fully conscious of the pIeritiot?tud effe?t to tdll classeas of society which must accompany Ilat h iuts way fr..in homes and fniilies) tuited together for the purpsie of orln ing I society, which they tucceeded in nceconiplishiig, lunldr the Iname of the " Early Cldsing Association." , 'Thlis Aiessobit:ltioi"had litho money to expendl anld was backed 1~? i.?n mIlorO piwcrflol interest than the broad pirin ciples of jiiette? upon which it was based. Its object wasisought to be accomplished byonecilintion, krhlness, and persnasioni it took the terichiidg of Christ us its guide; andl its addith·hib in the great c6mmitercial towns of itiiglleral has full v shlewt the succcss of ieacel'lI e?tretty aulli mild conviction when opposed to inte?tp?ato opi?iithn a...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1861

PARLIAMCNTARY. .An "the r. 'gi'lnti.t i Assembly,' tlhe Speaker took the cheir at twenty t'nitutes past tu'o; oldoek After sonie tinit:tresting . licis irnary btisiness,• , Mr. Nicholson annoutlnced that the hllowting grttlmenn hod acceptid ollice, and had beeri appointqd to tie posts uti'ied?tiinelyi :- CIp'ef Secre tary, Mr O'Shouasiy; MIinistor of FinanceAMr. Haines ; Minister of Laud antd \.orks, Mr. Dull) ; Miniister of Justice anti Mlines, Mr. Wood ; Attor oiey Geieral. Mr. lireland; 'Cotimis silnter of Public Works, Mr. Johnston; Coomnissioneir of Customs, Mr. Andler soli; and thllat to himself hal beenl given a portfolio without office; to Capttin At 'pMohon.a seat in the Exdc.t tiye ; and thndt Mr. Mitchell would be the represqintative of the Government in the Council. On his me' ing that the. House do adjourn until the secondt of Jlntllifl including the cus tominry Christmas recess, to enable Ministers to go beIlore their conllstiten cies for rcielcctiont,. "Mr. HIeales pr...

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