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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

COMILE1RcIAL. MELBOURNE MAIRKETS. Kaye and Butchart's Stock Report. Fat Cattle. -This week the market was again well supplied with- stock; 1210 were yarded and sold, chiefly to tile trade, and a few country buyers. Best cattle sold at from I5s to 17, per 100 lb.-one prithe lot, very heavy, from Mlorocco, averaged ab'out £8. Prime bullocks ranged from £7 5s to £9; good do, £5 to £6 10s ; medium to inferior, £3 to £4 10s ; best cows, £5 10s to £7 ; good do, £3 10s to £4 17s 6d; inferior, £2 to £2 10s. There are reported to be large drafts on the way to market, which will tend to reduce prices for some. weeks still further. We sold, from Bushy Park, 155 bullocks, at £ 12s Gd; from westward, 48 bullocks and cows, at £2 5s to £6. Total, 203. Calves-115 in, which sold very well. Dalmahoy, Campbell and Co.'s Report. Pat Cattle.-This market has been very largely lop sl:d , 1910 heam having passed the yards : and the trade being very full from last week's purchases, bought sparingly. Prices ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

TOWN TALK. Holders of occupational licenses are requested to take notice that the 18th of June next is the last day for lodging applications for pur- chase. As the Land Act is inexplicit whether the last day is the last at the office here or at the head office in Melbourne, we would recom- mend intending purchasers to make their ap- plications within such period as would   their applicatiomn to be lodged in the Mel- bourne office previous to the day named. There is no want more acutely felt in this district than the want of female servants. Advertisements constantly appear in our co- lumns for general servants but no applicant ever appears; and never since Gippaland was first peopled has the scarcity of female labour been felt more than at this moment. Within the last seven years we have altogether re- ceived as our share about one hundred female immigrants, and of these we do not believe that there is one left unmarried, and many of them would now be employers of femal...

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NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS TO 31ST MARCH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

NORTIH GIPPSLAND AGRI CULTURAL STATISTICS TO 31sT MARCH, 1863, It afTords us no inconsiderable plea sure to find from the Government sta tistics of this year that, notwvithstanding the unusual aridity of last spring and sulmmer, our productions of cereals have not suffered to any material extent, and that the acreable produce far exceeds the most ardent expectations of our farmers, and will, we feel well convinced, conm pare favourably with any other agricul tural district in Victoria. We have now before us olio of those voluminous sheots containing the result of the labours of the Government statistician for this district, M~r. G. Ferguson, to whom we are in debted for a copy, from which we take the following extracts :- T''e total quantity of,, soad land in North Gippsland on tho.,3lst lnit. was 122,219 acres. Of this quiantity, 11,322 acres were rented, and 103,482 acres on closed. The alienated land is held by 278 holders, giving an average of 440 acres to each holding, and an e...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. Thursday, 9th April. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (Mel0 a CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday, Oth April. lger's Crook may now be considered as nently ottled uppn, tho majority of tho being in working order. The sinking Upper end of the Creek-that is, from ahip Junt on--as. been found much r than was expaoted, in some olalms run ling as deep as 13 feat. I am sorry to have to report that several of those claims have not yet struck the run of the gold. This would appear more disheartening fromn the labour required to bottom, but the holders appear in good heart, and certain of coming on the run. It can scarcely be expected, where the flats are wide, that this can be easily accomplished -it is a mixed matter of chauce and hard labour. The lower end of the Creeook, below the falls, is turning out well, and the gold is much easier got than at the upper end of the Creek. This arises from there being scarcely any strip ping. I have heard of no great finds, but the minors appear satisfied with what they are do. ing. The gold is of a...

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OMEO. April 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 April 1863

OMEO. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 4th. Mr. Alexander Walker, the arbitrator ap- pointed by the Board of Land and Works, and Mr. Edward Kerr, the arbitrator appointed by the County Court Judge, arrived here on the 20th ult., and proceeded the next day to hear appeals against the assessment on runs in this district. The following decisions have been made up to the present time :— Cobungara : Paralow and Meighan, occupiers, reduced from £96 to £50; Joseph Day, arbitrator for appellants. Omeo and Mount Leinster : J. and J. Prendergast, £300 to £150 ; same arbitrator. Bynnomungee : M. G. and T. Worsted, £96 to £47; W. C. Jack for appel- lants. Tongeomungee : M. Hervey, £288 to £120 ; W. Thomson, of Airly, for appellant. Bindi: M. Hervey, £153 12s. to £130 ; same arbitrator. Omeo: W. G. Walker, £612 to £450; same arbitrator. There are some nine appeals for North-east Gippaland to be heard by the above gentlemen, but I shall not know the result in time for this post. We have been f...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

" Escacstos." FRIDAY, APRIL 24; 1863. TIrIE wiv kcltt-?l'oa aI-rproblemS, Is daily disclosing truths connected with the lakes and their eflux, for which we cven as believers of a safe harbor being obtainable were hardly prepared. When Mr. Mar shall, some nine years ago, came in the entrance from the sea with a shale boat, people looked wise and said "1 they hardly thought it possi ble," whilst others, wiser still, shook their heads declaring " that tho' he may have got in that he could never get out," and we have ourselves heard it asserted that even the very sharks which got into the lakes were afraid to go out, fearing the swell of the southern ocean would dash them on the beach and bury them in sand. These and a great many other foolish things were said about the lakes, but we always traced them to ignorant or interested ,persons. iThe adventure of MIr. Marshall's boat was, h6wever, soon hidden by the more daring exploit of Mr. Campbell's schooner, which, with a full cargo sailed...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

TOWN TALK. We have been r?quested to state that there are now lying at tho police station at S?le I plans and specifications for new police quarters, nitchen, &c. The plans and specifications r:rrtved, as we . er told: on the 16th, and the acceptance of the contract was to be declared in Melbourno on the 22nd, giving little or no time foranyc.utractor in Gippsland to put in a tender. This is the consequence of with darwing advertiseoments from country papers, and exemplifies all we have previously eaid on the subject; On no less than two separate occasiors during the General Sessions held since our last publication, have juries represented to Isis Ionor Judge rcewer the inconvnieience of the wrotchcd building in which the court woas held. tis HIonor on bothl occasiona promised to att:end to the rOpreseCutatio as soon as he had got bac to Melbourne and sad llhe wondered m'uch that somenthing had not 1been done erc this with the sum of money placed on the eatimatos for the pur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

STEAM TO M ELBOURNE. I111E fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. S1/orscs will be carried to or from Port Gol'd,; frhihiat: 8t ,iiti?tb?fentoroI at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets.... .... ........5 Available for 14 days.. For freight or passago apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., TYharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods -discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'ciock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a o Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COACII will / leave the ROYAL EXCIIANGE HOTEL, Salo, every W~VIDNE?SDAY at 6 a.m., carrying panssegbrs to eudht the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked through from aMelbourne to Sale. J; G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THIOS. BU.IROWS, Agent, Port Albert. SIMPSON and NEILLY, Agent, 81 Flinders street west, Melbourne. FRENCH'S F...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

COM?IERlCIL. MELBOURNE MAlRKETS. Kayo and Butchart's Report.-Fat Cattle The market would have been over-supplied, and a still farther fall in prices this week, only that several mobs avere either withheld or forwarded to Geelong and Ballaarat. The supply to hand (1023) was amply saflicient for the wants of the trade ; and yesterday there was an advance on Monday's prices of say 10s to 12s Gd per head. Prime builocks ranged from £0 153 to £7 15s ; good do, £4 10s to £6 ; medium to inferior do, £2 15s to £4 ; best cows, £5 to £6 ; gocd do, £4 to £5; inferior, £2 to £3. Weo sold for Mr. James Butchart 250 bulloce, averaging £5 5s ; small ots (20) frosm'£4 to £6 15s-total, 270. Calves-A full supply, of 115. All sold at fair rates. We sold for Mr. Ieys. 52 from fSs to 40s; sundry lots (10) from 10s 6d to 27s-total,'62. Fat Sheep-10,000 in, and about 3000 more round the yards, for which there was not room-tho fullest market for a year. Few of the sheep to hand were prime. The better class...

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NURSERY RHYME FOR THE CRAWLEY SPARROWCIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

NURSERY RHYME FOR THE CRAWLEY SPAIPOWCIDES. . SPAnnow alvuDERt.-A country paper of this week has the following announcement : - -' Crawley Sparrow Club.--The annual dinner took place at the George Inn on Wednesday last. The first prize was awarded to Mr. J. Redford, Worth, for having destroyed within the year 1467. Mr. IIeaysman took the second, with 1448 destroyed. Ar.: Stone third, with 982 affixed. 'Total destroyed, 11,941.. Old birds, ;8033. ;yotung ditto, 722; eggs, 2559.' " V:,lhio killed cock-.spatrows? i:: I,", stiid three men' of Crawvley With my cliub in my mawilev, ?.1killed Cock sparrosw , Who saw hist die ? :; AudI blessed spirrow-killer, s:4As I sasw him dio." Iheo'll dance on hlis grave? f," said Mr. Sl ' W'\ith Greetn-fly, and Rsd-bug .WV'll laicc on his grave." . Wlio'll wneop for hic loss ? " I," sai yong W lheat-shlidt; "' Fruit, and Flover-bu*l and root, We'll weep for his los." -Pundc. Jit CourEso's SiEcon Vol.eUiro.-A correspondent of the dail says:--" Iin this...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not-hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsiblo fur the opinions of our correspondonts. DEPARTUIE OF THE STEAMER ENTER PRISE. TO TOC EDITOR OF TE GIPP3LAND TIIES. Sin,-Excuso iom for thus troubling you, but knowing that you have al ways boen favourablo to tho navigation of tbo Lakes, I trust you will publish a few notes taken on board tho Enter prise on the last trip through the Lakes. 'Sieo ever I have been'in Gippaland, I have been impressed with the importance of water comma nication between the Metropolis and Sale. We havo to pay a very heavy amount of cartago and freight for all the goods coming into North Gipps land, when, if we had direct commulni cation, we could save at least threc fourths of the present amount. Know ing ail this, I haove avays been very anxious to see the entranco to the Lakes, and thereby rest satisfied that it wai possible or impossible to accom plish so itmportant a matter. An opportunity at length presented itself by the depatrture of tlhe steamer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

LAND! LAND!!! -TCraOR SALE Firrht j-Ac 33 A:-1b Terms e::r Jamns D ve r d Co., J'OT'1C re i e herb gen, that by - i v3-n; re by tray o concei a 'e ed s~s ment beain date the I~T -Cviirflday of 1.,:~ CJ -D-I 1-3". and -ad bet \in E-... n Ilob-eri Of' WpyCr .n the dsrito of Gri-pland. -i1 the CO:'I of o i~ori-n, lae keeper n: hi~dl1 Hillin t of the ta-rn flxcr T~rrnbul \1 W'f I-= B: !. B n~efl b-, hnof Pc: Albet. n th sad d tri ct. toa:' snts.r sznA George Ross, of Sle. in the. sati dt --e mrerhante, therenarer Cahled Sru-e-s oft thescond part;: arnd tlhe -.everal other person.s chose narres n c.-alsa re ~surb~er hid .in afixied to the slid in-ele en-re, Mring - 'S ortihe 1 a3d Edli-n liebisor, of r`hoe third part : It'all~l and i cn~uiar the real an personal estaCrifld ethet Rc h ver aindwherl i seter of him the said Edwin Hl0o1c I (wea-ring app~iA~ and ne-ece~srries to an count n o't r erceeding L25 only e-i opted), were, or the consieration= *baerern rne nirie, sri-nated, released ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

M ISCELIJAXEOUS. Bainnnm has engaged a Miss Lavinia - 'Warren, who appenrs along with Coin itadore 'utt. The pair tvgethor do not weigh 501he The Kiev. - licoton, an Episopalian cclergyman, of about sixty, has been or dered to tursintai 'n ille ttiniate chtitd, by Isabella VhlYUtImo01, of Ilalwlesbnry, sged _twetil -eno. wIhein he is sworn Io have seduced while' prihli ring to render medical aid. TI-a.Lt s. i C.ar'r . kr-' i aijicO.-The trial of Thlinias Gi dI'vy the well-known landlord of Lthe q I Hotel, on the leechertlh anld Chil tIrn roan], coin neneed on the baicclluorth Cinvnit Conrr on 'TuIsd. Hle was defenders by Mr. -lichie. to wharnm it is slid the suist of 2t 1 ll)llC'l \nss paid is retnillinll fee. le hcmint the 'lrat elnaracltast'al 'a-yu Iti ir and a half, 511 the jlli lil.. I-n retired to Vltlsi Elcr tlleir rdict. Xs the-\" had not greea1d whluen tile Court rose, they were jowchl up for the ni lht, and altogetlher utude'vo'at aI Oil t~illlnlit t ofsCteenl hours and Ia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

.THnIS DAY. Sale by Auction. TO BREEDERS. SEWELL will sell, at his Yards, F loster-.trect, at 12 o'clock noon, Puri-bred Darhan and llcreford C.ittle. 1 SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. Sale by A uction. r T the Yard., Foster-street, Sale, t A 5 15 Head of llorees. Ili At 12 o'clock noon. MONDAY, 27th APRIL. Sale by Auction. T the Rooms, Foster"street, at 12 o'clock noon, Toeus, Sugars, Coffees, Candles, Pick les, Sardines, Soap-powder, Bis ,cutts, &c. Also, fl ess' Porter, Brandy, Geneva, Port, Shecrry, &c. No reserve. SBusiness Sites. F . EW GOOD ALLOTPIIMENTS for SALE, centrally situated in '.. the township of Sale. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. WEDNESDAY, 29ru APRIL. Sale by Auction. In the Estate ofJonu G socE Rocr . EDGC LIotrFsooT, late of Sale, in the Colony of Victoria, Clerk of Petty Sessions, deceased. SSEW\ELL is histructed by the "i administrator ;u the above estate .to sell by Public Auction, at his Yards, Foster-street, on the above date, at 12 o'clock noon, About 1S he...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

BIRTH. On the 18th of April, at the Warrangarra Crossing, Mrs. Edward Guy, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. On Wednesday, April 22, at St. Paul's Church, Sale, by the Rev. John Firth, W. T. Rowe, Esq., eldest son of W. Howe, Esq., of Naringhil and Glenfyne Stations, Pitfield, to   Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Ven. Theo- dore C. B. Stretch, M.A., Archdeacon of Sale. On Sunday next, the Vn. the Archdeacon will (D.N.) conduct Divine Service at St. Paul's, in the morning at 11'30, and in the evening at 0?30. The Rev. John Firth will conduct Divine Service at Stratford, in the moruing at 11'30. Divine Ser?ice will be held in the Presby terian Church, at S.lce, on Sunday nost, at 10 o'clock noon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m. Also, at Rosedale at 11 o'clock a.m.

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MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

The noverld pFiiosinrir v who ,ecre ,eieited during thfe ecesienes woro<beuliopt oi s y when hid ilouior piss ILt 1 ello ving son= tences: Jamonas Nolan, provloni eonvietionproved sentenced to two years on the roads William Synot, sentenced to twotv mouthls iu MeIlbourno Caol. Jauiea Wilson (two previous convictions), ti?cet-of loeave fromn Potridga, sentenced to o~ght yea:s on the rotad, cumulitivoe on° his original sentenco. Thomas Madden, one miouth in Albrton GCol. Samunl Cantello, two years for stealing cart, one year for stealing harness, cumulative on firt sentence. Edward Miller, sentenced to three years on the road. William Dawes, sentened to two years,with hard labour. Thos. Curran (provious conviction proved), sentenced to two years, with hard labour. This closed the business of the criminal eos sions.

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SALE CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

SALE CRIMINAL SESSIONS.   On Friday the business of the Cri- ninal Sessions was commenced in the   Court-house at Sale, before his Honor   Judge Brewer, Mr. Armstrong acting as   Crown prosecutor. Mr. Dawson, who was specially retained for the prisoner Hobson, charged with the Bank robbery   at Bald hill, was also in attendance. On the Bench were A. Arbuckle, John   Ingliss, N. Gutheridge, and J. D. Smith, Esqs., J.P.'s. STEALING FROM A DWELLING.   James Nolan was charged with steal-   ing two pairs of trowsers, three Crimean   shirts, two blankets, a miuers' right, to and a gold bag, the property of Charles   Herbert, of Donnelly's Creek. Prisoner   pleaded not guilty. 'I The history of this case, which was   reported in full in the Times at the time   of committal, are simply these :-During s last December the pris...

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SALE LICENSING SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 April 1863

SALE LICENSING SESSIONS. On Tuesday the annual Publicans' Li- censing Sessions was held at the Court- house, Sale. The following Magistrates were on the Bench :—Capt. Carey, PM., A. Arbuckle, N. Guthridge, L. Bolden, J. D. Smith, J. Ingliss, W. Pearson, W. Montgomery, R. T. Firebrace, Esqrs., J.P's. The following licenses were then granted without opposition: Michael Goold, Bald Hill. George Gibson, Bald Hill. John Ryan, Merrijig. Alfred P. Hopwood, Bairnsdale. Russell Hosie, Bairnsdale. George Day, Bruthen. Ronald M'Dougal, Bruthen.   Duncan Campbell, Taralagon.   Peter J. Smith, Morewell. Charles Marshall, Sarsfield.   Nicol Brown, Shady Creek. Joseph Bain, Glenmore. Henry Miller, Westbury. Isaac Lear, Moe. John Cummins, Russell's Creek. Joseph Varney, do. George Steadman, Heyfield Bridge. Catherine O'Meara, Stratford. Samuel Swan, Stratford. Joseph Jackson, Tarwin, George J. Riley, Royal Exchange, Sale. William Greenwood, Turf Hotel. George ...

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POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

POLAND. In the House of Lords, on 20th Fob ruary, Lord Ellenborough, in asking for the production of papers'from the Consul-General at Warsaw, relating to the immediate orgin of the present in surrection in Poland, and for commnuni citions from the Russian and Prussian Governments, remarked on the unex pected nature of the event. IIe had hoped, from the spirit of conciliatirn lately evinced by Russia towards Poland, that a reciprocal good feeling had sprung up. But the conduct of the Russian police had entirely frus trated such expectations. After having mand themseles acquainted wilh the political opinions of all in Poland capa ble of having an opinion, the police, on the 21st of January, without warning, seizedl and toro fromn their homes, in the most ruthless manner, for military service, not those who were fittest foru military life, but those whoso political opinions were distastefhl to themo. This was the cause of the outbreak, and in his opinion no other course was open to th...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 May 1863

TO TOE EDITOR OF THE OIPPSLAND TIMES. SmR,--Ii coming down to Sald this day from Nuntino I found the bridge in such an impassable stato that to continue my journey I had to lead my horse under, instead of over, the bridge, across Nuntino Creook. A cart which proceeded me had also to take the same course. This, I presume, will give.you some idea of the state of thoe bridge in question. The approaches to which are now so bad is to bar all traffic on the main road. How long this is to continue I know not, but unless dray men are permitted by the owners of private property to cart througli ':thir cultivation paddocks, all commnicmuea tion between Sale and Stratforl ii~'ish cease for the present. I am, sir, I IC lIAE!L ' MONAGHIAN.

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