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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Council on Friday Even ing, let May, the House went into committeo on the Local Government Bill. On the 32nud clause the rating qualification for a seat in o local council was raised to L.50; and on the 34th clause, publicans were disqualified for being members of local boards. On the 73rd clause progress was reported ; and the House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly on the same oevning, Mr. Andorson stated that he intended to communicate with the persons who had taken out loases for new industries ; and, if they were prepared to employ vino.drossers and immigrants of that class, he would take care that they were brought. By a late mail, a Melbourno firm had sent home for 20 expe. rionced manufacturers of tobacco, under the immigration roegulations. In answer to Mr. Mollisoli, M~r. Johnston said that only a certain, amount of publio works could he gone onwith at one time, nso the: reoveuo oamo.in.: The worlks at thd Public Library had been stop...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR" FRIDAY, MAY 8, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

7 FRIDA.T It:AT S2e53. A stBJEcr of Iast importance to North Gippsland i at this moment occupyng the thou:hts of many of those who have 'nvested Isrel in c landed property in this district- Which :s or wich is not be our fa.ure port ? The question is one of vital anortanýse, ?ad wC not ta be rashly or incons:dera:elv decied non.- On the one haid wee have the lakes, with all their vrenamed dicualIes; again we have Port Albert, abound ing in rested interests, of which the Governmenthas not the least share : and thirdly, we have the long-closed and much-maligned Welchpool,which has now, for the first time, after a struggle of ten or more Fears, as serted its right to pre-eminence over all other Gippaland ports. Facility of carriage and cheapness of transit is to the landowners, miners, and producers of North Gippsland of paramount interest to all others. IRt will increase the value of land-own ers' investments, ,ive miners cheap food, and when all the other outlets for produce fail, en...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

MISCELLA NEOUS. The price of the 41b. loaf at'Emerald Hill has been raised to 7d. A public holiday is to beoproclaimed' in honour of the marriage of the Prince of Wales. Mr. James Allen is about starting a daily penny journal in Adelaide. Several tons of honey have been par- t chased in Adelaide on Entglisl; accdunti, at the rate of 3d per lb. Thirty-four licenses have been irssued in New South Wales for distillingbranidy 1 from wine or wino refuse, the produce of the distillors own vineyards. ' Mr. James Blackwood has been ap- I pointed president, and MIr. Phippa Turn bull vice.president, of the Melbourne t Chamber of Commerce. The Riverine Association is now fully I organised. Upwards.of £5000 has bheeti already subscribed, and £1000 -more is expected. At a printer's festival the following toast was given :-' The editor and the lawyer-the devil is satisfied with the copy of the former, but requires the original of the latter. The attempt atcoi mocmorating Cook's landing in Port Ja...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

TOWN .TALK William Henry Foster, Esq.,Commissioner of Crown Lands at Omeo, has been appointed Land Officer for that district. We should like to know if the Alberton d s- Road Board is going to bridge Monkey Creek ! if not, why not publicly acknowledge their disability to do so? It is, indeed, a miserable position to be place in, to have to acknow ledge their own inability to do what they un- dertook to do, but it must be an infinitely more wretched feeling to know that they are incapable of governing their own actions dur-   ing the temporary absence of their permanent chairman. We can fancy how that gentle- man looked on his return, and saw the maze into which they had worked themselves. It was infinitely more ridiculous than Sancho Panza's governing of the Island. It will be well for the lower District if the Chairman again can whip the awkward squad into some form, though we doubt it much. A very few months since it was our painful duty to record the death by acciden...

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RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

RIVERINA. se We copy the followiin article on the hi claims of the Riveinsa district of New Ci South Wales to becoin? 'separate co lony, froni-the' V`ctoriien of: the lst May i " We hsaaeno hdsitetion insprononnu ciog the sepairation" and' independence "c "movement" now on foot in a portion i of the Southern districts of New South W:ales, to be a downright instilt tothe' common sense of all intelligent :men, and a flagrant attempt at self-agran disemont by a few insignificant,hutities, who, nevertheless, have had the wit, k or let its call it, rather, the andicity to inveigle half-a-dozen men of acknow ledged status into the swindle, but who will certainly in the end have to blush for their companions. If it were not for the fact, that under the most redi. t ctlous and deceptive representations the public have really beCen led into reeartlinc this echemle tIr the erection c l ofan independentt " Rfiverino" colony as a matter of importance, an should not have troubled ourselves with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

£300 Reward. ` REWARD cf THREE HE\ ? PRED POUNDS will be PAID - -v P ..n Cr Pe-res wh wO will svei on as w --ead to thed ret t~-:zir .-r r-veJr of a TIN BOX i" a-d it? C mONTESTS, F s:olen from :he God Oake of the Ba=nk of Victoria at, the Bald H i. near Sae, on the nioht of the 2nd i stant, Number o:f stolen notes known~ a Apply a the Enw or VICTeats at its Head c= ee in Melbourne, or s its 0 Branches in Gipp'acnd or elsewhere. c Bank of Victoria, Sale, 11th Decem EDWAPRD G. HAR.ISON., PGEryE.AL LLA-AGE.L 121 c National sank of Australasia. L szoinc-rnst` Act or PSi .'xrZ. Capital, £1,000,000 in 200,000 Shares of £ 5 each. NTOTICE is hereby given that al 1 BRANCIH of this BANK has been OPENED at SALE, Gippsand, under the management of -Mr. 31. WEST RICHAIRDSUN, for the transaction oi Sne'als Banking baine-"s Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at followin rat?es:- 30 days' no:ice-.... 2 per cent. 3 months......... ? , 6 a.. nd pwards4 - Highest Price Given for Glld. Drafts i;s=d pay...

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KINGLAKES INVASION OF THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

iNG LAKE-S IT- ?~ION -?, THE CPRIM3EA. Mr. Kinglake's preent 'rmo! e-= end with the brnh of tae Ama. Bis .ye erinata of the battle is .that of an eye- t witness; for he was with Lord PCis . throgh the day; and Sat on hors Lc , it his side, as we gather from an inti dental ere es, -on the knol in thei be~t of the Russian position, to which the English General was s=trngely a.nd foram tely eard LD the ino.pe-rtvy of his hors, and where the Entrish were panted, whih, at the mou cste -. moment, turned the asy. O co-2s , ane pair of eyes csid not see ever? event and incident 0o so exean3-d a: field. But where Mr. King!rse was ! _not hiaself sa ern--itness? he hs evi dently calleteod the faes hby mhio au almost mincirsopic inquiry from ith~ 1 ,who were. The retr:t is a de-c:pron of a battle uneq 'edi a f;r as w~e knrw, i:n hlyo? ib !;e~ .ire, l fos io irr , ai'. which it b-..:,s be'sre ýe r, '.r n pteoa .of .?h reaotis to a 5 i -= 1 a1. r he di a ofi wae can hrr!o 6cut: a' p:,s;.6an7- I_:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

T;r Sale, . AND lSOME PAIR of Pidal .i PONIES, cheap, -broken to side saille and harness. Apply J. SzaWrtL , AOctieneer. Business Sites.:. , A EW- GOOD AI.OTMENTS Sfor SaLE, cenral-rl siruated in the Tosuhih of Sale. 1. StWELL, AuindiseTr LLEX.I L. PEARSON, Stock and Commission Agent, I SALE. ALE-.PEARSON has for Sale -I 200 Store i?lloek? ) Bre, in the Dis S 0 lOdo cows:, :j triek.. 120 do bllock., bred in 3Mnansro: I0do owsa Bred in the D' 300 far wethers S 250 Store buiiocks and 2:3 store cows, bred on 3 aeroo,. ?a she. cows all broken in toaiarl. s Iall ovr- andu wsas old:' For Sale, STIP DRAT, use-l for Genal 1'statoes . 1(. lIE tlBFSOL h A qanit s of good TEe 1sat Hg., Ihandsome, aet Lts-ethree n tomineies a:,nh fut-ritiheicakii tt. o -geer with Saddle and BVidle: To go in harnss 2. s . Pa ?RIUa B :PiOTO?S?a oE n JA AM "P.i d C3. DISSOLUTIONiI O PARTHIRHIP. Wuebourne Cost Price, dira'm r:T osWi A E DEits and: :iae-oNr alI ? he 3EST QUALITIES EAºTT CA2IT13O SSTORE, N future all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

TEAM TO -IV ELBOURNE. ?1I[E fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FlIDAY. IlbrssC will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. ireight--Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par Secels over 200 o?ines,.:&l d.... : Gold, for shipment, must be entered :t the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. ,,n the day of sailing. Return Tickets..... ........£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passago apply to T'URNBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., I''harfstreet, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when a?:ded. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk nd expense. a c Telegraph, Line ,Coah es. SALE AND. PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COACI- will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at 6 a.m., carrying passengers to meet he 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, Por...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

COMMERC IAL. IELBOURE MARKEITS. let !this reek wer folly s~ie with both .shep and . c -tThe Ittr aintaine fa:? pinem, nsieing the number oared blan so fairin excess of the demind. About 7500 sheep were placed, and of these 5500 were baht vi the trade, at frt 16 to ies d r eoat q a~i y; anda s to ? 15a ?a serona qesliy. 1900 e? s bengtby oastr fyer trcl w sriyailPsiano3,'ir "irmebea': ds of and si only be mandert ·yia .t ery high £SSto #a ; gigt bat usefrl quality at from r4_5s #o r5 WeBds lld 1 ead. from ove £55 s"6 for22 ?r? as; alas 19 head, at ae. sa ir b feoe loeta and £5 Es ;s for can - Soare pr hers are in co sidezable demand, and wse hae atseral peureasrrs Young ewes ahe m ot ote rd- l zser requiring to in. duce holders Ca sael. Stole cattle are in fair desnnd. .Twebave sold 1000. head of equal asers, at t210s for bullocks, and£2 for cas. Sta ions-There arefew ofering, but we hars serelf to dispose of privately. The demand is briskaongILb The: New Zealand marekets continue hi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 8 May 1863

ISBPING INTELLIGENCE. Kvez, ss, 114 : ass S. fsaicc, frc Mel b ~ r· b TrJ- , Has--4 en & Co., g -: Eobrit Tow. Tu`,afl Howdem & Ca, moim-3=zy L Xt~" Ema 1 e~bamxa 41 ptg :ems, 63 ugss S7 bgs rite, 3 pgas trbato 1d h~nuc 2 r c sdib'Ecr, 55 pk s bea, 2 qg cib 5ead' 3 dy, _1 zbops, 5 pigs load fxt~ 2IQ~ q 36 e~ .r T me', 1 ~ foye , 2S ses rcas aa d siaz, 1freg 00ee S cest a , n 9 tne potzae 2X pa5 gs. ALIWL-lrzy 1. L . aS 1lims tasS.P atnl k for me-, XEme, -154. tans, J. Ca1&r , for Xobir Toau Pt~eo (d n - Mr and 1n lrveML td£x. aid buspr, amd! ds dzw

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PRINCESS ALEXANDRA IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

PRINCESS ALEXANDRA IN ENGLAND: : Slemoraable amongst tho white'days ia Eng lish history.wi:l. be the o7th' Matiih, 1864,' Upon that da:y tho, Prnioeo Alexiadra of' 'Schleswig - Holstein :Sounderb'rgGlckoburg, noss Princess of Wales,mide her pibli entry into London: WV o ha lolwhere gven a detailed account of this mgin lf icot reception, which, in'point of spleadi ur and enthusiasm, has no parallel' Ineour i an, ls':.:" jr No country but Enigand could proisuce the uoccession of marvelIous scenes whih;greeted the eyes of the Princese ono heor! oute fromf Grovesoed;thro?ugh Londonuit Win dsoa The decoratious ens trophies which were scattered in profusion long -the entire road, t.i1 tvot, proparations'which were alroadyt malse fo ,the celebration of the nuptlals, nd the display ofd power and steiilth hih rose abouti her in n thousand vaiioty of. forms as she advanced were in themselves sufficiently -striking ; btu that clemont of greatness which muit have been most surprising to her, an...

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DEBATE ON THE NEWSPAPER BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

- DEBATE ON THE NEWSPAPER BILL. The debate on the Newspaper Bill on - Tuesday evening was one of the most remarkable of the many extraordinary debates which have occurred during tJhe sesion. It hit?, however. slhonn up men in thir tirue colors, and practically demonstrates to us how frequently the gailled jade has wincedunder the lash. The Miiaistr has, however, determined to inite all their strength, and to mea sure weapons with the press ; and Mr. Irelard, as Attoirney-General, being an honorable man; and one whose character being perfectlyfreefr om all licentiousim pitattthast b en chosen to lead the van. Tir:? eland;in moving for econd read ing, said "in' conequence of suggestions made to-him by frieds on both sides of the House, he had consented to make se?e modifications in the provisions-in fact, he required nothing more than to a imilate the law-of inewspipers hhere with those, of.~ oland, and place the 'press of the coloniy in the same position i it warin that countir." In ...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. (VIA SUEZ,) LONDON, APRIL 2, 4.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

'' : LODON; Arni.'2, 440 r.r. A idebateli hs 'tokeiin pinac in the House of iLord's on" American aflairs. Lord Campbell aidocatd: the recognil tion of.the Southern° Confifdoracy Earl IRussel:advocnted'p?efedet?:eiitrality; : The Polish inriurrectiona is rvitually ended.'-: . Prince William of: Denimark has been proclaimed King of Greece.? :, . .: ¶There is ;nothing of mnportance in the American news: "Glaveston has been attacked unsitccessfull ': Lord Palnmereton has been'handsom?ei ly: feted in .Scotliand; and installed ais Lord .Rector of thle University 'of Glas goew. HLohas received the freediomiod the city o`f; Edinburgh:b- He visited Greenock. His various.spoeciesi wero masterly. . Prince Alfred has arrived -at Wiid.' ,Revenuo [increase ?]; ono million.o'"' Deparo ?uie. -l Cossipore aiind Kaen

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. CONTRIBUTION No. IV. IT WAS NOT ALL A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

OUR OPEN OOLUMN. Coslnmuriosx No. IV. 0 - . IT WAS NOT ALL A DREA3. ' W Ahen he (Pilate) wasset down on thbo judgment seat, bls wife selit unto him, saying, Have thou .nothing to do with that just man, for I have suffered many things this day in a dream because of him."-Matt. xxvii. 19. In the general ecepticisms which pervade the nineteenth century, there are few subjects which have been more the object of ridicule than that of dreams. To admit that you had a lingering doubt that, after all, there might t lbe mom truth in a belief which has existed from tlhe creation of man, that dreams may be h the ' shadow of coming cevcnt," would be to t subject one's self to an amount of contempt that few imen or women would willingly incur. Yet few persons will deny that they have had dreams which were prophetic to a degree that could not possibly be accounted for by any reasonablo assumptiun of coincidonces-indeed, were many persons who are foremost with , their ridicule to confess the truth,...

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THE ALT MECKLENBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

THE ALTl MECKLENBEILG.i By i: Ailt IMecklenatorg frm San. Francisco, ireo avo news from Now York to Febrtiary 23rd ?nd ~snah Frauncisco to Febrnary'5dth. ''The follotving details, are from the files brought.by t hat.vessel: Theyl aro talkei fronh thu Eveising ..Bid-: letlin and 'Daily Alta Oal fowia, of the: 23?dd nid2Ath Februi ary:,-_.. :PROGPRESS;OE THE WAR'. STii: A-rAot or .VIcKsnBuRo.--Tho hill w?s opened at .-Vieleburg on:, the ,18th:.: On that, ,day " thie :.mortar ftleet moved down upoqnthe planoe nd opeiied' ,fire. Some cuinonadingensted, the re sult of.vliich was that the :mortar- fleet ,moved to a position less. exposed. We: haveo n'o information .in: relation to the n ovnienets on the Southern side. Banks, however, will be heard from at..Port Hudson before Vicksburg. " The firmer .Ilaco ;ill have oto he reduced: before he can co-operate with A1Olernaudi unlessi, iindeed, by, a land, movement, lie canr turn the positioni. Memphis,, Eebruary 21st.. viAdvies from the fleet...

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THE MARCH MAILS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

ITHE M CTAfRC IYAILS :-;ROI r EFUROPE. -The 'Peninsular' and Oriental Com panty's steamship Northam, Captain Col lett, arrived in HIobson's Bay punctually yesterday, at five o'clock p.in., from Galle, with the European March mail, in charge of Captain Ellis, R.N. Tihe following is a summary of the news: The marriage of the Prince of Wales and the Princess Alexandra took place at Windsor on the 10th of March.. Ier Royal Highness landed at i\Iargate on tho 7th, and was received with the most splended demonstrations of welcome. The passage through London was most imuo sing, the demonstrations of rejoicing hav ing been general and magerificiert. After the marriang ceremony, tile Royal pair retired to Osborne HIouse for a few days. Her Majesty was present at the marriage. The Princess is described as having made a most favourable impression by her beauty, grace, andlsense. The war in America proceeds slowly. Vicksburg is still besieged. The Con federatef were descending the Mississippi w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

STEAMS TO V ELBOURNE. ?ItlE fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. hIorses oill be carried to or from Port Albert at 80s, each. Freight-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par ceels over 200 ounces, 1d. 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, IIOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-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' riski and expense. a c Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COACH will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE 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. S...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. "J. Ryan" will appear in our next issue. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

TO COU 08E3p DE*Th. 3 a aill appear mo bneat' iue. 'On qundty nex tb+heien. the- Archdieaon irvi (qV.) conduct liyuve Serrice -at hoe dile, in the mornin at 11-30. Thce Rev. IohanJ9rth willconduect Diine Service at St. Paul a, in the morning at LS30, and in thne evening at 6 30.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

S131CO 1ERCJAL. -h? r en mror?ta iatsnr a . e poiaeim of last we. k a: ng?-ds bot hlminers and pimes. Cosedenlex pisrt orders fr lour could be executed, libt the ar intty oaf hupon,, (f. ties ciaas rreqre slangdsTn the way of operations In boise feed althongl m resettor has taken Place in irpee rtoSe trade ei.e .eest anxiety :togetlar rtoceOO lin . po?stoeiS gnist' ha. oc cunred, cmaing a seri. o redaction in their The.,Al 4f cfrestfbarg, wit dates to 24th Febrargy, , as arrived from California, ? ith in a tsorted ?rgeo ofd .- b.dey, wrte? t and flour, taking tide miarket eoea lelely' by an: prse as regarda the twou tteri rticlee. The prices gulg li e; as om parii i with those ruling in California for some eonsiderable time past, has offuhed no induceament (bptthse opo pasite) to merchants toqimportlbreadatuffa from that quarter. However, there may be some bidden secret in the mode of operations. oly known to the initiated. Cal nlating; the first costin California py; latest adv i e...

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