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OUR OPEN COLUMN. CONTRIBUTION No. III. AN O'ER TRUE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

OvR OPEN COLUMIN. CoNTRmoUTION No. III. AN O'ER TRUE TALE. ,r THERE I1 A TIDE IN THE AFFAIRS Or MEN." The time or placo in which the following incidonts occurred can be a matter of little importance to your readers-onough that they have occurred, and that my earlier scenes are connected with one of the many pastoral counties in the East of England. My father being one of the chief actora in the following tale, it becomes o matter of necessity that I should say something about hin previous to introducing myself ; and it is with no little pain that I have for the first time to partray to the world the faults of a parent, nor should I now attempt what must appear a breach of one of the most peremptoryof all Divine comr mands, did I not believe that I owe a more urgent duty to my follow men, and that I am fulfiling my obligation to the world in thus depicting the fatal consequences of the want of entire confidence between father and child. IMy father was a small landed proprietor re sid...

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

Sale by Auction. SAT JRDAY IcT , A-.cE.. I n tha e Ir .-: : :. f.· .3 , . By order of :he OZ-: Asinee. Sa2e By Aiu,tio. rI J SEWtELL Z- i, rCcda to .Se at a Sthe Taris, o-- er-c eWt, on tnhe abase d" e, . crier of cne oiid ll Assignee, lbz 9 bixed Cst:!e. ii 3 head of li.. -. SI 13 Pigs. No reserve. S110D AT, `TT AP.RIL. 1 'sale by Auction. E S:" SW ELL i ins iaeroted br 1th V GIPPrrisu He Lt2 Co nsTr on IO1ND4AY, "20: APRIL, a e?:ve ?i o'clock anm., :e who:e of their o:d stock, consit.re of Plougth, Ii-rox a, C.i-. _,;-c - i era, Pote. 'S:.:vr n'; _ a .a " sortie? .of reo--: Ir.·=nonze-r. The attention f Far.zers and thers{ is patisv iaz ca :.ed to t'' no. im parnt sa. ,as hoe stock mus I be cer-e-a c wio:to et reserve. " See L:ndc . ~treliminarp oti . - Sale by Auc won. T SEWELL las reeived ism:-trc irnsI I t~ tsll oan e-lv dy,', of which I due notice will be givea, The Prize S:'em Thre2z- M!ce-line, IRetcn & P-c: ;re' Pate:.t. Now at wo-rk in the dhtrict. PP.E'LIt ARY A-0...

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

STEA '" TI MELBOURNE. mlTE fine screw Steamship IKEERA will leave Port Albert every I FRIDAY. 2orsecs oill be carried to or from Port Albert at '30, each... Freight--Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lud. Gold, for shipment, must be enterea at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on thoeday of sailing. Return Tickets...... .......£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply- to TURNBULL, H1OWDEN, & CO., 'Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not reinoved from the wharf before 4 o'ctock Ipi;, will be stored at consignees' risk aitd expense. a c Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COAChIt will leave the ROYAL EXCI-IANGE HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at 6 a.m., carrying passengers to meet the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked through from Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port Albert...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

COUMERCIAL. MELBOUHSE MARKETS. W. E. and A. S. King's Repot. Fat attle. -- full supply of all desa-ipions, which met a declining- mrke:, oa-ing to the heav spvly i of the previous week. The trade w ere well Supplied, and the des=nd was, therefore, very lase week's ra?.? We que.--Dest pen?! a bul?aks. from £7 to £ 10 I; seoaed de, from £4 103 to £0; beat p13 cons, from £d to £710s; sea-nd do, from £3 153 to £ 1 53. We sold 1a spd a -:or covs, fram 'e s. Smoith of Gippsland, at from £2 17Ta d to £f 2S Gd, average £4 93 Id; aLo a smail lot of paddock cattle, at above quotations. 1 cow, very prime, £9 5s. Calves-The veal market has been fairly supplied, and the demand good for the beat descriptions. We sold a few from near Tow-n, at from 27 63d to - 42s 01 Fat Sheep.--This market was sup plied far in excess of the demand, which was very limited, owing to the heavy supply of the previous week. The trade bought very sparingly, and had noLa few graziers come forward at the close of the mar...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

. n.rrr-r G- SLTELLIGENXCE. ee1, r. _, i:C -. 1 4y e 0 T-= " A -l- .-Z H?e-?, -?-=_, S?:s.-- C or. SGience . I. -i - 1- {3 cIhe ? 2,, 9 cishe- :Ck , 1e3 ?as Ge C D OnApr il7. e , fr nbonre Ton box boots, 'Fr, T csr, s.O- thou-and pin. Th , 2 6Ee:4 c.., , to b etonr, 11 p?'ka apparel, ro-April 4. t 'a, .fr V'ebovrne, 4 oz go'.d. coL&niEn our-April 4. Seers, for 1elbonrne. -.rze.-April 2. Free Tra&er, 20'3 toas, T. Thom, for April 4. neerS, t., 114 tos, S. Patrick, for Mel tbone.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 April 1863

TOWN TALK. We regret to perceive by the Melbourne papers of 3Monday last that the great colonial raijway contractor Mr. J. V. A. Bruce, of the late firm of Caraish and Brace, died after a few hours illness on the previous day. Mr. Bruce, as a public man, will be long regretted in Victor:a, where the active part he had taken in all beuevolent institutions was fully appreciated by evrery class. Lately, he took an active part in promoting the Lancashire, the Scottish, and the Irish relief funds; rand, during the oul leisure he had enj ayes for many years, he conceived and carried out his F iageuious schee. "A newa way to pay old debts," for the help of the asylums, hospitals, t and other beerolent institutions of Mel bourne and the neighbourhood. These labours had earned for him the respect and gratitude of the public, by whom his untimely death will be felt and mourned. The deceased was only in his 41st year. We believe it to be a fact, and a most dis graceful one it is to all concern...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ho it i-s ?ieble f.or a opinion of o c an o r: . snnoe t ie t ohe 1 N : and Stba ri ce- r.?re a.r 9o =i, a?-r fore-p - one to n7"" o?t. eiret ti e Cf fewa of tenang Epae ores the Stratfodi bridze-has heen den. Tie teapproahes to Y oanh bridge ha?e been carried away, and it is impossible for any one to t he a cam -Le of a.y Sort alonr the road wienhont t-'-:g dawn the rails and drit ing ? hrnogh thd e r djrog th padd.heir Strado f~rd bridge is in a roan pitiable plight, and really dangeaos for -au one to nass over with a vehicle. Tmow, sir, these are plain fromacs :Po Th road between Stratford and Sale is at this mand cent ionl m sable. The only way of taking -a rehicle between these two townships is by pfoling down sthe rails of for he San or ectsr. gaig, and driving through their paddrt of ri-, which are private property." Thus the main cent ai road from Peri A1 bert to Stratford, ibirndg le, I a ruten, and Omeo is for the present ed up for the prese and t...

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AMERICAN NEWS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

AMERICAN I?E?S ,'.,: N1, (From the Argus Telegram of the 9th April.), SYDNEY, TuunsDAr. The Mary Nicholson brings papers to the 2nd of February from New York,,td Washington news to the 81st of January. General looker has been nppointed Coinm mnlder-in ChieT'of the army of the Pebtol inae, alid Generals Sumner and Fe1inikly are replaced by Generals Crouch and Smith. The cabinet it said to be divided ta t f -- -' r T e~ a! eý! :ixý-1+*z- =~ re-em The Desr1KIoi ?- mr-sin Isew Th e Fhaina uft L lrzim , &sA eh prauesz c!T a TUu d &a es eamsL yr Waths t ~es &earz~-~zseA ui~p arwa~t 4fo of he n e The _° lrril azjwC a etra rýe c ts S s eaarstl; o two' and FS >-:='t. ?.LI nýpisZBe rdiW uG z 2E:_. also ELat dtf eat G w rýý~ip i~o~ Be~the: bT i fuSjr Per s Vie- i-. s'.5- 1 snea_ e s .:L- e =ý Pa. _ _ zv3 s dea s - o! 4 x a:=- --:: ars Dereghs zreb e13._ r _1r :tr=: cst * Js ~ -r r tFin her yts -ro'coal hr -.i=JIL Lg.~ ed airen.G~-~.· z.II1~ 2~-1~9~J. The Frexe enzpi ...

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LAND OPEN FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

NDa ^ - ri5 " : a = '. C _ Ls+3 am--, L C` Sri~C51 r ssta i 1 S5~L- SL I.- r -m3-1TZ _ Lfr-ir A. --- c1z z'+ e t aids~ dii iz~1=to 7.~ -eSi~~-~ti I i D-i i ".+., -_ :T.-.= J per " 'lIene Yid, .ý"_'r '2 3L L ^ 2' "3ý fi iT ý3 a =ipe d ý3 sa1D~d v~LL ri's' znr~ftj as~E-n~t ~ ,rep ~ ?o S n -1oe OOr id 9n a- r-i d : d-ir de fn vi 4:I · 1StL r.==° 2d Lam, tom =.: ==wea a= aid i Sae B2ne, cci law H.m a`=e. t 16 -= -=e orUe; eu o % r per:ir oo dr_.a &±-e ea; d Yz ý r:brL ý Sbooid7^ý 4d rb~ E a -, e-T iiiZ Ie aoi ~ ~ ~ ~ 47 a_ io~- S4, 75,s,~i7 ±!Oero PýneIi oýe __»_:e 3 z -3cen to a 1 : , o . pito, ai teze Li 2 e pz. nf Iri i _ C3 t 3~$eee±~ ars 7L~38~iI3-S12 "Fi Deii Sttr~e7 o7 70~r71

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LATEST TELEGRAM. (VIA SUEZ.) LONDON, MARCH 5, 4.35 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

LATEST TELEGRAM. (VIA SUEZ) Loessox, MAnca 5, 4.35 .Re. The French mediation is positirvely rejected by the Federals. Confederates. cordially acquiesced. Army active. Attack on Charleston abandoned. Savannah is threatened. There is a Ministerial crisis. Lincoln adopts 'a' conservative policy, Seward remains [in office]. M'Clellan has resumded the command of the army. A general con scription bill has been: p~issed' ":iAn nuthorized issue of letters of n!arque has taken place. Gold is at a piemium of sixty-three. The Polish insurrection is gaininhg ground; Enrope sympathises. The Prussian Chambers deprecate the codn vention with Russia. The wool sales continue. Sydney wool is fhll one penny lower; Mel bourn, three half-pence. The Bishop of 'Tasmania has resigned: Consols, 92x. Money active, Arrived. - Donald MI'Kay and Ratson. Through the courtesy of .Mr. Wil " liam Howden we have been supplied,:: with the tomse News and Melbourne papers to the 15th lnst, from which weo': extract the ...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. March 8, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. (nRO A CORREBrONDrENT,) SMarch' 8, 1863. Mn. EDIToa,--My news this week is short but good. The creek claims are looking up, and surfacing is going ahead. For a long dis tance down they are paying well, and holders appear content; and I think, now that we are well rid of all the rowdy characters, we shall got on much better. I soo that throo-fourths of the grog shanties are shut up, which looks well for the people that are loft on the creek. Thu reefs are doing better and better--the prospectors on the Albion have struck it richer than over. You and your readers can form some idea how rich it must be, when the own. ors are putting their stone in bags, and keeping it in their hut for safety. It shows that it must be rich when they are afraid to leave it on the claim. The White Star reef is looking richeor still than it was-not a stone can be,got but is covered with the precious metal; and No.1 South have hit the gold too. I hear no. thing from the now creek, near the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

STEAM TO MELBOURNE. TIIE fine screw Steamship KIEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Horses will be carried to or from- Port A.llbert.ftt 80s, eaclc.. ic'ighlt- ;old, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lId. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., Vharf-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 no. Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COACIH will l. leave tho'ROYALf ?EXOIIANGE HOTEL, Sale, every WEDN?SDAY at G a m., carrying:.passengers to meet the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Pares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked through fi',n Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

SELLINGC OFF ! ! Seaia Oz:!! AT COST PRICE. : E ? L?N BE.EG ees to- in - . e :I: dr o f r BsL·-: .3 24 Tl: ý. -rte : Co: ?. on C -VEl-e Age. I nn. ur cf. -"y P .t f-a; E S3 :??--0i 1aC:s , I, 17 G7. 1 . LIfR Id f R CE Cd. £ T. C.e ?nu-.s b .or t -- :., Z C. nO ot ,0I 1: -d £E n\. .nD " st ma: o- --c?mahis,- the nd rdf 11t1, If pole- for £L i10be ten- - L ,at -. yes r In 10 ,, to L1 ::s di toFLitt15 I303?: ,, to L,5 s.= I.r 0 ,? , to ?-- 9434 5? L 9 5l GOr if the l. o dies between 5ow c- the l"st four periodse, the pdlioy will be added to at !?e Age. Payee-- Age =P-ay_ =?en:_ - ? '"-eat SId pr cent. p nnum. r5 "1 17 1. 35 2 S (: 45 '3 6 1 : 9 '3312 9 5 4; 3 5 3190 1 port of Artrli, ofan DOman's Lnd, or Ne- e Pani holders travelling can a r re. If a preuc s fto, or in tbe eaen oatof yeath fThe rates ci wil harged in A?etrlid- are the me IThe 5 arious to L1,of es d In 0 ,,s to L.1,(,9) Ss o d In 0 ,, to L12.71 5; In 3 ,, to Lt,542 IN? Or it the life dism betwen any1 oa the IL flour per...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

the _?..-± ,..- j-- o ---s e ::- Nth=_ed frT m th e~ _m t "The Biheaio.ts .. ? o', ra s :-T -e ber_ conr'-ý rt e n Lt_ - he :prs t or a spt th raar.,inr c ^l 7ee Fi _ 1t tnhed. Te -?? of o?re T?e:I ren -ri?p unat 1o to. f-.m the B-aseem-s n- hve, rn p?:ol s.G:.:.:c5.,c-;ckag Arr-y £ ,. rter de d r Llz'? a darre The inh Eabants of Melbo rne ma: r -now bi Oe wgro tuare o the pr?'pe h cou i s-np c calwchwill t nh Wail t~d to rcedu t1he h. T?Ce ?- oe f es .The first hi e - me- c coa-i from the .Brankean mine m ! rlateered di ' fce -re near atla, a--G rn r in the Ba on Sauabrta The coal is described as of eed olent quait oy. A Gentleman from Iowa has obtained a patent for making wine from sorghum, which is said by connoissenrs at Wash ington to be equal to Madler:. It can be made so as to be sold for twenty-five cents. per gallon. fine quality of rum is also made from the same product. New Y'ork Economist. Australian timber appears to be grad dally getting into usein ship-buildingat home...

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UNREPORTED SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

UNREPORTED SPEECHES. i 3T. Cz- --s Js-,--Ss D--s 0x 1xt :N.B.-?3r. Pc.cs is well aware that many gems of oratory are cattere ia like pearls, &c., , in the Holses of Parliament,. and pass unnoticed through the natural stupidity of the representatives of the daily press. Has not Mr. L. L. Su-t a been most wickedly ill-used, and is not -Mr. D--s always shamefully misre ported--not to speak of those neg lectedl geniuses. Messrs. WaE---s and N-x--s! Impressed with a sense of the injustice thus done to some of our most able and rising politicians, Mr. Puscu has given a special commission to Tosr to protect distressed orators for the future against the inattentions of a bigoted and veal press, by the preservation of their speeches. The first fruit of Tour's exertions has been the reco very of the following suppressed passage in a late report of the Assetu biv's proceedings.] In Committee--3r. L..Lon in the Chair. JMr. D .-.-Thae reporters think I hue been nid-noddin for the last fi...

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ADJOURNED MUNICIPAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

ADJOURNED MUNICIPAL M-EETING. An adjourned meeting was hold, at the Club lotel, Sale, pursuant to a resolution adopted ot a previous meeting, to receive a report prepared by a committee and to take such other stops as they might deeol necessary towards forwardiug their object of having Sale proclaimed a municipality. fr. Gore?lasos having been duly elected chairman, informed those present that this was na adjourned meeting to receive a report from thecomuuitto appointed at a meeting held on the previoua woova, with reference to the most suitable boundary for the proposed municipa lily of Sale.. Dr. Peck had taken the trouble to colour the boundary proposed by the com mittee, and the meeting would perceive that it was nioro circumscribed than the one pro viously proposed. But the matter was now entirely in the hands of the meeting. lIr. Rosas then said that he was one of the committee appointed to prepare a municipal boundary to lay before this meetig. IHe be. lieved nearly all of th...

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OMEO POLICE COURT. 2nd April. Before W. H. Foster, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

OMEO POLICE COURT. 2nd April. Baforo W. H. Foster, Esq., P.M. Thomas Toke and A. Lynn were again brought up on romand, charged with horse stealing. Mr. Pearson deposed-I was a store-keeper at Donnelly's Creek, but sold out two months ago. Am now employed collecting the debts I know Robert Hogg, of Stratford, Gippsland In May last sold him a bay mare, branded with a heart and S above on off shoulder. At that time the the mare was my property, and I produced the receipt for it. Have seen a mare in the possession of the police this morn ing that looks like it, but cannot swear posi tively to it. By the Court- To the best of my belief it is not the mare I sold to Hogg. The brands were the same, but smaller. Charles H. Hodgson examined-Am store man to Mr. Ben Johnson, of Omeo. Came here in June, 1862. Had a mare at that time. She was a black or dark brown mare, branded MR with a small B under on off shoulder. She was running at the water holes. I missed her about a month ago. She was bro...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MADRASS WITH THE FEBRUARY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE MIA.DRASS WITH THE FEBRUARY MAILS.. The Australian Company's steamship City of Melbourne, Captain Wilder, reached Glenelg at a late hour last night, with the South Australian portion of the English February mails, received at King George's Sound from tlifh P. and 0. Company's steamship la?rlrai. The following summary of the news has been telegraphed by our correspondent: ADELIDE, 12 P M. The steamship City of Melbourne, Captain Wilder, has arrived at Gloenelg, after a passage of 104 hours. The Peninsular and Oriental Com pany's steamship Madras, Captain Stead, arrived at King George's Sounad at seven a.m. on the 8th inst. She left Gallo on the 24th of March. Passengers :-For Melbourne-Tfr. and Mrs. Levy, Mr. and Mrs, Simson, Dr. Chalmers, Mr. and Mrs. Birch, Messrs. Barnett, Dnffield, Webster, Smith, the Brothers Klaer, and Leah. For Sydney--Mr. and .Mrs. Stuart, Dr. and Mrs. Bow, Hon. R. G. Herbert, Messrs. M'Ewan, lHutehinson, Pervis, Fletcher, Owen, Vignalles, Sutc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

Sale by Auction.. J OIN SEWELL is instructed by Me.- 'Brysol, surveyor, to sell by auction; on Saturday, at the yards, Foster street, swithout reseper, One American $-ring Waggon, corn fIlpl~e'nwithl c tlhions and two sets of Iarneso-, . One SpraingUIait and ?Iarness The above are in splendid order and nearly new. 2 Waggon Horses thoroughly stanch in any sort of harness. 1 superior draught mare, perfectly stanch, and can be strongly r." commended. She is in foal by D. Ballantyne, Esq.'s heavy imported S horse. Also, A miscellaneous lot of camp utensils too numerous to mneation. SAME DAY. ,: In the Estate of SOMES DAYI. S'of Omeo, by order of the Olliial Assignee. 2 5 Head of Horses, Including some first rate Colts, all in first-rate condition, and must be sold Without Reserve, to wind up the Estato. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock sharp. SAME DAY, B Y order of the Official Assignee, in . 1 the Estate of P. II. ý3I'ARDELL, One horse Drayand Harness. No reserve. TUESDAY, 21st APRIL, SS...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

SXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1563. Ir has b;cen our pleasing duty on several occasions to comment on the continued prosperity of North Gippsland and its gradual advance from being a mere squatting district to the much higher rank of an agri cultural and commercial community. During the last twelve months this advancement has been rendered more apparent than during any pre vious period. This is principally owing to the legalisation of the occupation licenses and the trans actions which have taken place un der the new Land Act. During the period mentioned no less than fifty 121 acres have been alienated from the Crown, the greater portion of which has fallen into the hands of practical agriculturalists. It is true that some portion has fallen into the hands of the original crown tonnants, but, as far as the interests of the district are concerned, it is much better that they should have had their share than that such men as Clark or Glass should get a foot ing in the district, In thu...

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