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PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

PORT ALBERT. [PrnoS A comiOSPONDENT.) No doubt, sir, but you, in conjunction with the greater number of those interested in the progress of Gippsland, must have noticed the libellous and defamatory article which was some three weeks since published in the Gippsland Guardian, relating to the wreak of the Victoria;and the rottenness of I her timbers. I have no wish to impute dis-.. 1 honest intentions to either Captain Spring or I the H.arbormaster, nor would I pounce on them and say, that they have. been willingly led natray, but, knowing that "None are so blind an those who wcone see," I believe that, in the multiplicity of bones of vessels wrecked at Port Albert heads or bar, that they have clutched at the first relic they could find, and brought a piece of the Dew drop, or Sylvanus, or Isabella, or Thistle or Meg Merrilies, or of the many other vessels which were wrecked at that ill fated port. In fact., any thing would have done, even though it were a piece of the lance with whic...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 30th March. Before N. Gathridge, A. Ar[?], and J. Ingliss, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 30th March. Before N. Guthridge, A. Arbuckle, and J. Ingliss, Esqrs.   Charles White was fined 10s for committing   a breach of the peace on Saturday evening. Henry McAndrew was charged by Senior   Constable Scanlon with indecency on the previous evening (Sunday). Fined 20s or   seven days imprisonment.     Bryer Thomsom was charged with being I found drunk in the public streets on Saturday   (28th March).   Defendant was charged with a caution, it   being his first offence.   BARNETT AND CANTOR V. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.   Mr. Patton appeared for the defendant. It appeared that Messrs. Barnett and Cantor of the Bald Hill, purchased twelve   pack horses from the defendant, and that they had got all the horses but one, which was not delivered. One of the plaintiffs having been informed the horse they wanted wa...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

it is stated by on Elinbulnrgh paper that notice of appeal to the l[m10s of Lords in the Yelverton eoeo has been given be the acetits of Sanior Yelverton. MIr. . F. .Maguire, AI P. for Dnngar van. hais been fr t the tird time elected I.ayvr' of C(ork. Thll Pril'e of Wales has been marle a neinb,'r iof tihe M3ir'ehant Tailors' Com pany tnil the Fisllhmmllers' Coimpnly. A statne l tl the late eenry Cockburn, the emrinert Sleh clijudie, Ihas intst been ld in the Parliament-house, Edin The Unins T11nk of Enl?lind and France (liniredl) have alnnounced their intentll i In et o enllllllcie Operations after February 1, v.'hmn ihney will La pro paredI to err" on, 1 h,,i in Paris and LIdion, all the business of nan English Ibank. 'Itel. ci.se of !'he Q ?,len iv. Taylhr andl Curtis, in whhih cnvicdioins were obhlitled lat er r es aist htrr"lir fr iThies agilst the Land Act. eCile btfore the judlges of the Suipremle Comrt ye.tl'td y, on poilnts re lervelld y the plll,'e at the trial, for the de...

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

ro TIE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAED TueSi:l Str,-Sale, nay Gippsland generally, owes you a lasting gratitude for your, well-timed leader last week, urging us to " be up and doing," and place our sBlves under municipal government.-' You are aware, sir, this is a subject I have taken ulp from time to time. \Wheit a municipality was first mooted, I was a strong opponent; and although I amn reluctantly compelled to sound my own trumpet, I believo I was the occasion of its ultimate failure, conscientiously be lieving that the town wals not sufliciently, advanced in population an, imnportantce for self-taxation, an opinion eindorsed by gentlemen at that time more experienced and competent in public matters than your humble servant. But nowv,!'sir, a change has come o'er " tie spirit of our dreams." We have seen Sale in its past, let us look at its present, andcontemplate its filture. Its present augurs well for a brilliant bore, after. Ours is a town of no meon impor, tance. Strangers at a fir...

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

AMD THE J.OInAN. TO TE EDITORn OF TI GI cra.LAsND Ti?S:;. in. EmTronr-Can you illnform me and thepublicgenerally, why theoliove-named Foad-that I nma say all Gipps!nld aore nore or leas interesteu ijn-hns not been cleared out in a proper manner ? I Imean more particularly that portion of it belween the Iid llisla niil 1)omielliv's Creek, in which I feel tile more irte rested. I, as well as othier partie?, have invested large amounts in qarltz erulsh ing machinery, o00 the faith of that rota being properly cleared out ; al nolw that the maclinerv is at Port .\1!iiet, and on the way up to the iBad Hills, It my great anntoyn rce eald murtiliearti I pannot find a carrier with II team of bill Jocks and dray that will undertake to go £-mile beyondl the Bahl Hills. noa no team pan do mullch mlore than draw an empty dray through the many large trees that aru left on, aud tlhrounh the mlilll, f the miserable narrow line of road Iild off. Aro' re, I.who are so much interested, to be thus dupe...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TOWN TALK. VI_ ont Io. - E~ 0 o I lh tip' _= zto f c '--"o c'-lr _rf i cc, to I.ive qant1n c ci ea I : c}ý u 1-; _ Tres of tie St c :: sI ; f hheL emo t.1 ý. o -oz, 3 I cots? cc=_ -z ý4 a stt::c r:sU r n l -_ f.o --oo.o an . O= C 55 :.1~ c~-:, e e:eds.th!d ·a eI 9 *e-, ?'n'ieei ,z ___ o--' '' =__r a` rt!3S owe a r- ;'ecsn c:r it- _o n'_i- J iP~- =_ý4A~ ca- ps= : PF.I cribs :r n TA - 1 L3-S 1 5th p'__7.1? Cn7 t ef thaL.To..c (J3-" t 1.6. ." toe ree : cý b. q b,~ rn T0'e days Yoe Tro'nz e iwu Joro' ns^ci c s .na:a~ hi+oa haa::'. wit &T o*ect clsi 5 J ~ r-e, ossoes i7 all to dareri !Lirez -z boca t b. Youro" =as: C`5el' (~ttt I"LBE th Us Lft ST?1iU The '6 Tes For Tlr7'. cf Jesoeo C030 u s -" 1 =%z isOhio 1 s_ S iA cca .._=ao wcn . We re't orno tatin tbS to'a On' the h m-' cad r in tha t in eec the!t's saon' T00rae, her ba re Gpot ~ aW'e to Uos ben ^ 1 ath'.n this afnllo 7I Sof wionk We th^eta orney other i thisoc' m We tre-r dou :t the tool)'.J 10 15f0:cttc th *~e on r.I o f on...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN CONTRIBUTION NO. 11. EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN LONDON. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

.OITR :OPE]N COLUMN. Co'efvnvuton No. II. EIOHT EN MONTHS IN LONDON. (Concluded front our last.) [The following paperis 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 tlhe ?thor intended to publish on the colonies ; having been led, howrevr, to devote himself to the work of the Ministry, he has abandoned the idea, and we now present our readers with the waek in its fragmentary stato.] Time sped pnay very pleasantly among such entertaining company as were to be foupd in the Model Ldlging House in Old Compton street. All manner of subjects were discussed, and a yory large amount of intelligence ivasbrought to bear on them. It was squnite a treat to soo the large assembly on Sunday night, all formed into little tea parties, and enjoying themselves in the highest degree. Every one had his own little coterie, and I had mine. One of my friends, an Edinburgh young man, was quali. fying himsplf for a minin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

THURSDAY, 16th APRIL. Important Sale of Squatting Prop.rties in Qippsland. Hinomungy, Tongeomungy, and Bindi Stations, With About 4000 Head Cattle. P o,O KIRK, and Co. haye received ., instructions from the proprietor, t aithew Hervey, Esq., to SELL by U CTION,at3torton's [Iotel, Bourke lsreet west, Melbourne, on Thursday, 10th April next, at two o'clock, Those valuable stations in Gipp.latld I known as HIINOMUNGY, TONGEOMIUNGY, &BINDI adjoining each other. Together with About 4000 head of really first-class cattle. Thlie above will Ibe sold in three lots. Thte first lot will consist of HI~TO'lUNGY, containing about 36,000 acres of beau f tiful undulating country, very lightly timbered, and well adapted for either sheep or cattle; it is watered by the Livingstone and Mlitta Blitt Ritvers, as well as by waterholes, so that every portion of it is avail;ble. The iraproveunents, which are erected on the plre-empnltive section of 6410 acres of first-rate agricultural land, compri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

Sere i. ?wk Je'SL . o SALE EY AUCTIOs. ? td Dr.-L,-R=4 G . a-. Sa1 roy :z2 e:. _.r, cr.fi xi a . roe toFrr_ 2z O:ne .J UL i , i :L~toe Cattle w U .S nOE, &rkiP. " F opol -z, 2 , TL 7 SALE, a F:,w -·-g aZ i Ii Aes, , is p'- or: ol S rALE, 3d C% ?zz BýEy LLO SLtore- CatteLr ~7 ALE." Iore CTtlLoe Ba S'R SALE, ba the ndeosi necd. ropln azhii-e O ,. IIODDINOTT, Sunrille. it Aprl, 1,h3. 3 24 E or Sale, £3 plated CARRIAGE HIARNESS Apply to Taowefa B yrcws, Auc tion Roomn, Port Albrt. 3 30a Wanted, WOOD. Par particulars apply to the Anoeo. MILLS. a £10 Reward. S ITOLEN or STRAYED, one Bay B oise, brawded TG on off neck, all four legs white, bald face, white ring round neck, white flank, and white Under belly. Une Chenut horse, branded CL on near shoulder. If stolen, £l2 will be paid on conviction; if strayed, £1 each on delivery to MR. 6TEAD, Sale. 3 24a NOTICE. Y V the Bay Mare left by TpaoxAs 1862, and branded DR on off shoulder, WN on near shoulder, he not taken away within twent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

TEAM TP IMIELBOURNE. IIE fine screw, Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every RIDAY. orses will be carried to or from Port Albert at 308, each. reight-(old, 2d. per ounce. Par .cels over 200 ounces, 1,d. Gold, for shiphijdht;,ibsgttie 'aterect the Cuiitoms before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing, Return Tickets ..................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to RNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., harf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when ded. All goods discharged, if not oved from the wharf before 4 o'clock ., will be stored at consignees' risk expense. a o elegraph Line of Coaches. BALE AND PORT ALBERT.. FIVE HORSE COAC F will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE TEL,, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at m., carrying passengers to meet Steamer, returning ilmmediately her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. S assengers and Parcels Booktced ugh from '.fgibourne to Sale. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. HOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port ,IPSON and NEILLY, Agent, Sinders strect west, Melbourn...

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The Gippsland Times "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

{ L (ippij llnn Uiimc. s EXCEL.IOtr" FRIDAY, APRIL 3* 1863. OUn advertising columns of to-day give us the pleasing iut~lligenice that our advocacy of converting Sale into a Municipal District has not been without its effect, On Monday next a public meeting will be held for the purpose- of testing the feelings of the inhabitants as to the desirability of erecting a self governing com munity, at which we hope to see assembled all those persons who desire the true advocacy of the town ship. Very many of our readers will doubtless recollect the pro ceedings which had taken place at the public meeting held for the same purpose on a former occasion. At that meeting there was no show of opposition, not an adverse opinion was expressed, and the advocates of the municipality acted on the unani mous opinion of the meeting, believ ing that the same good faith had been kept with them which they were inclined to keep with others. It wad no-wonder then that the people'of Sale who desired a Muni c...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

COMMERCLIL. ?MELBOURNE I~R IKETS. Dalmony Campell & Co.'s Report. Fat C.ttle. - The uurnber otTered this week amounted to 1410 head. In cooe lanence of thisaddition to the sup,lies, prices bhwe ruled 2lGd to 33 61 por 100l1b3 l.wer thiu last week's quotations. This fall is considered only temporary, and is the result of omeo lots in tended for last week being detained by the floods, and competing with those started for , ¶t, -I, : :L' f :`1 if -V... I_ - ! . ,-1 a-- C= . Z _r ai 5d a, nd,6- r..i , ai r: " I.L9'3 s - ý -,"-. t -GL C 3 =e ce..n. . -- i - ' 2.i .. t Cui ? B.l t r _a. cY. - teat' zu- 3 ,: D '-i. ._: z .cve :o-:y I(tr. at St- PA?!'?ci -ca- e in a? m:r0' :n- - s. . - -r 2 Hcranc-e av -.$.°. e G_ aa :1n7 -. :..ha i n s-.r rt- st I e . art wAreh th?, ri D an, D-- - '=e - To e t'e i P?I'S n Phe at: t ' ad W 11" lG thea n.e - hcr-e, a. .r ole. of . ind can col r- ee a - -e in a a t ^h =--o many 0 AI--eid d and d-ba ea?e t--D i p ? e se,- £ 'Oc1 --al to car o-to o til ...

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OMEO POLICE COURT. Before W.H. Foster, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 April 1863

OMEO POLICE COURT.   Before W. H. Foster, Esq., P.M.   John Wallis was brought up on remand,   charged with stealing a cash-box, the property of Ben. Johnson, but the charge was not sus-   tained and the case was dismissed. The   prisoner on leaving the court was rearrested and charged with stealing a coat, the pro perty of Alphonse Alibert who, on being   sworn, deposed : I knew the prisoner. He was at my store about seven o'clock on the   evening of the 18th. He asked to see some coats. I shewed him some. I did not sell   him the coat now produced. To the best of my belief it is one of these I was shewing him, end which I left on the counter, but the private mark has been removed. That coat is   now missing out of my stock. I have not sold it to any one, nor has any person done   so on my behalf. I saw the prisoner in the police barrack yesterday, and h...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

CRICKET MATC.. On Saturday last the iong.oxpoeted just I at cricket, between the Bairusdale and 1ale I clubs, came off on the ground of the latter at Sale. A considerable number of spectators r had assembled to see the match, which, ac. cording to general opinion, was expected to be I a very close one. The Bairnsdale players ar-. 1 rived on Friday evening, and on the morning of Saturday they were taken to the ground in - Mr. French's five-horse coach. From the very commencement of the game, there seemed to c be something wrong with the Sale cricketers. They looked dispirited and out of humour, and before they took a bat in hand odds wereo betted against them, though on the previous t evening they were favorites at nearly two to one. It was fully eleven o'clock when the I wickets were pitched, and the Mitchell captain I having won the toss sent in the Sale eleven, Messrs. Patten and Peck taking the first bats, but their partnership was soon dissolved, as was every other during the ga...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

" ESQ-ESIOn." FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1863. SOs Monday last was held the first public meeting for the purpose of taking into consideration the advi sability of erecting Sale into a MIu nicipality, and it has been rarely our duty to witness such a numerous meeting at which there was so una inimous a determination to assist in 1 promoting the advancement of the interests of the township and its suDurve. mumongsa all those as-{ sembled, there was an apparent Searnestness and determination to let all old political feelings and anta gonism of classes rest in oblivion. Every body came with feelinus bt breathing peace and good "ill, andf a 1 oneness of opinion was the conse a quence which must overthrow any o factious opposition that may arise e with the intent of frustrating the objects for which they were as sembled. Amongst the speakers - were men who in other districts had worked long and earnestly in the J internal management of municipal e affairs, and who were now able to give the meeting...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

• MISCELLANEOUS. A Gentleman wishing to get rid of :: visitor, and not liking to tell 'hiti "There's the door," modified it thus "'Elevate your glogotha to the summit of your pericratium, and allow -me" to present to your occular demonstrition that scientific piece of mecJhanisni which' forms the egress portion of this apart nent !'- Riddles and Jokes. A ýVRETCOED LIrE.-Old Mfrs. Herbert,.. of the Lone Star Hotel, between Albury and Yackandndandah, sent for Captains Brownrigg last Thursday to take .her dying deposition. She had been heaten almost to a jelly by a man named M'Cov, who was living with her, and she hadl been lying for several days without food. This is the woman who was tried about two years ago for puttiliz her husband, iMorris Herbet, on the fire, whercby,:he. sustained injuries which caused his. death. A lilnk ' ........dig in the evidence and the woman was acquitted, but the testi mnnydisclosed a most profligate state of affhirs-the man and womar, going about the ho...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. On Monday last a meeting convened by A. Arbucklc, Esq., J.P., on requisi tion from a number of householders, was held at the Club Hotel, Sale, for thle purpose of taking into consideration tie advisability of petitioning tile Governor to have thlle township of Sale erected into a Municipality. The con veuer opened the meeting by reading the requisition, and requested them to appoint a chairman. Dr. Arbuckle woas then unanimously requested to retain his position as chairman, and the busi ness was opened by Als. N. GUnErinoe,, who said that the promonters of this meeting had asked him to take a part, and given hint the first resolution to propose, but, in trusting so much to a compnrative strangcr, lie much doubted their wis dom, not knowing enoeugh of the town ship or the feelings of the people, lhe could not say his mind was as yet so fully matured on the subject of a muni cipality in Sale as many others present. W\ith the working of municipal institu tions he was pe...

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[?]LUE OF PUBLIC ROADS IN GIPPSLAND v. THE EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

,UE OF PUBLIC ROADS [ GIPPSLAND V. THE EX ENDITURE. I hot the toll gate ereotoe upon the Tarra bridge has, for the past year, had the of diverting the heavy up.country traffic the main central road, and causing it to ga therefrom at a point about a mile the township of Tarrville on to a road sand maintained by this Board and again g the main central road about a mile Port Albert, thereby evading the toll at villa, and causing serious loss to this in keeping in repair the said road, and pensive bridge erected over the Tarra t for the use of the rate-payers at ng."--(Vide Guardian, April 3. Lake the above extract from a dateless n, presented to the hen. the Com ners of Roads and Bridges by the ton District Road Board as our text, hat we are going to preach a sermon on bject,) for the purpose of showing that hole expenditure by Government in Gippsland has been a farco-though a xpensive one. We must presume that uthority of the Alberton District Road is not to be impeached, and we there...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

ANTED a SITUATION as MANAGER of a FARM by a person thoroughly acquainted with agriculture, and a good Ploughman. First-rate references can be bad in the district. Apply office of this paper. Oj 9a FOR SALE CHEAP. THE WEATHERBOARD) STORE, 40 x 20, with Detached Kitchin, lately occupied by McAIDELL, RAPHAEL & Co., at the Baldl Hill. Apply to JAMES DAVEY & Co., Sale; or CHARLES EYES & Co., Bald Hill. LAND! LAND!!! FOR SALE, Eight ,-Acro Allot ' ents, near the Botanical Gardens. Terms easy. James Davey and Co., Gippsland Mart. A CONVEYANCE will leave the N CLUB HOTEL for the BALD HILL, on every MIOXN DAY morning at Ten a.m., returning on TUESDAY in time for Coach to meet the Melbourne Steamer at Port Albert. 27mr e J, D. LEESON, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, Librarian, tobacconlu t, NEWS AGENITT, BY SPECIeL APPOINMEN?T, FOR THE MELBOURNE AND LOCAL NEWSP'APERt. .breign Papers Supplied. Agent FOR THE AUSTRALASIA? FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMP...

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ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

1 APRRIAL OF THE GREAoT le BRITAIN. .. S ENGLISH AND FOEEIGN YEWVS. e, P? OrC'- .-z-- ".-,-?:-L "--0-crO, : h_?.2;. Es-sys ?. o BRtrirs."-The Rev. Dr. fi l":ams and the Rev.- Mr. -Wi:ims, who ! were eI.c sentenced to twelve month' s~-pet:sian fto: -ot: '.u:ng : the noto r.cus volume of Eea-s aud Reiewrr, a -faed to give no:ice of appeal withi the i a o:tted time, )the a-c:sion of the Arche. a Co-rt v'ill Le carr-ed into effect. t 1 Ceorasrirtt COTTOS Winte Ts.-' I Fhae lately heard with sorne surp-se, but on excellent ar:hority, that the Confe- s iderate Governvent has been dcin" a very ; tconsiderable stroke of businessin this cou:.try, -ro gh the medium of it-I co ti warrants. These warrants are u de -akinns to deliver so much cotton, at a Exed price-in the case mentioned to me ' oi f from 3d. to 4d. per pound-so many 1 days after srht, at any of the Confederate r p:rs, tater the recognition of the Confe der-cy. Toat these warrants should be taken by our merchants and traders, in ...

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