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

TO BE LET BY TENDER. TTHE IIOUSE and GROUND lately 1 occupied by the Into J. G. IR. J.GrTFOoT, Esq., deceased. The House contains four rooms, with kitchen, larder, and out-houses, with a verandah all round. The premises are new and in good repair. The Grounds contain fifteen acres, comprising a well-furnished garden of nearly one acre, and containing a selec tion of choice fruit trees. The above property is situated within one mile of the Post Office of Sale. .:.enders to be received until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, 20th May, and to be addressed" to the care of .ir. W. PaNrra, Solicitor. Desailly Street, Sale. . The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. 'WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Administrator. Sale, 28th April, 1863. L·' ·I: 'ii· SDISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Selling Off!!! It Melbourne Cost Price, LARGEandVAREiD STOCK I of Drapery Goods. Wines, S its, .and Prorisions, a of the S - BEST QUALITIES BARNIETT& CASTOR'S STORE, Bald 3ills. .£300 Reward. A REWARD ef THREE BHl SDRED...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MISCELLANEOUS. TO THE GRAND INQUISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

2T0 THE GRAED IXQtI2OE. ST V. s- JEEEIE Oh! Eithar D?ries L-an , phase to as;, Wlty crnes thaD 3 o S f £ Les ,m Way aa?teat -hs=o a?Cs the raismt hana Of efiSnrl rni.t3. a * z? aisrae n?eas EVs, An3 >ra their pas snd clhels, sad ar P1 p-F rom tlla-a v, ,eIrer -n o : seaeh ATh ?Pepa??hnasepwa ?aeto atch? : i-ad sesm-s kinauam 4at acanxta the Sndd?rs ? ~e smanat wac people ata?e A-st they hrl o the ga is -oled asew Ra? t a d f flao frming thee deat SaB0ee that ans am e siush ina sne n Sgoadided aniaers n osl ante saren Des t, tht re 1-Gesoh e 3in s t a mda na! ? shi Z e' h Poesr m asde aomaes reop a .Sh i as s tia espy thaied of eniost Paoi ea toali thaeda feats pale topole. . yt fear the srea hy oein to nt if 2na Of a a da3es slesaa iadme thaie's Iraremw nt h d kw our paaa assansuf 'Wici meae fS q aMy isn rneose, qae ihe , sa the tges, tIhe and ad oman shatrcal the raee temn ma i ten minta - taea sig each ; wre eathe ry ai 3eoraacar fwherbicitd as katd dre o 3e, Dchd bDaies u land...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

the Newsppeir ,Bill. For the rst tiiii?? wieally feel that the liberties J . b of the country are endangered, and :hat. the present raid against the press` is merely the forerunner off qthler ard more retrogressive restric-1 tions, Following the amended elec-j toraltact so closely, the policy of the Government has become- so patent, that t hose who run may read, The :Electoral Act; though fair in the ab stract;' will pric tically disfranchise the -larger nmthber of miners, and this disfranchisement will be made doubly sure by the withdrawal of the country i press from circulation amongst the mining districts. 3r. Ireland ought to be well aware of the face that. printing machines fol low, every - extensive new rush as surely ,s (digging stores and public houses,and thit. miners- look upon their i ?eekly ne?sspaper ais done of theid greatest luxuries - which' they are pornmitted to 'enjoy. TThey will now, however, be robbed of both thoir franchise and their local papers, and: mande to...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

TOWN. TktK -7-- .:ondif: th: e a29:? acn m?2fU tohe h e ptsua to liday is onoure her ?aj?es? s birhh daey end wishing to unite the festiwitri" of the ce lebration of the marriage off the Prince of tWales aah the Painceas Aleiiniads with the. eomnmenorasC h of the natal dar of our be lored Queen, the inhabitants of Sale and its initiltare caled nmeetingef the loyal sub jees of this loyal townshipn , to be hell on Jonday, for the purpose di considerin; sehleh is thenbe htwar ot dig honour ton bath ous sions. We hear of ilu=ieatnE, Eals, ban quets, concerts c, bin; tac , o4 bat we feel assured that in whatterorshare it is deter mined tocelebrate the c Pmnsomariooan of beth dare in on? that Sale will not be besind any other portion of Victoria in giving; epressiaon to that loaalty o f i -ein= whilch is the birth right of every tre-borm Briton; and the near approach of the two festive days will enable them to be unitei in oo? without anr breach of etiquette; c-d -we fool in the union tha...

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BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 May 1863

BRIBERY.:AND:' CORRlUPTION: IN AMERICA:. i A very protty story of bribiry ani 4, corruption reaches: us thirughth; medium of tho Times, ilhich thus ep 1it mises itI" S",The roadlerwillrreqiiro litle introird - duction :tob r 'SiSimoni CiamerionGGe eralin the Federhl Army cciSecr etary' of W ar, iand,i:ctual. I Minister,ait ithe ' CouLrt of St.` PEterebitr under Prei3 dent LincohAj Goveriment Thi g.r- : Llenian, it appears; ias' eBedingly desirous of being returnedlit the Fed-'' ' oral Senaite 'bfor the State of,Penns'l vanin. ' Parties were, p et y evonly:' balanced;, tlioight not so' veinl.'t -hr:i wvhat: a? Democratic: candid'ate'! ?eeed? : sure of. iinning,.' uless`a' nietnes dcould': ." - be found of keeping inway a Dediocraic voter .or ttirning a hDniocatie vote~l Among the electors'. rwas' ! 'Mr" ,.T;` J efferson Boyeri a democrat in polihts, whoo ;contemplated 7lihe ?&approachinz. struggle.rith'an interest pecuhali y his ow n.:n-short h'e: hd:coiicdived?the idea that ...

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

- .7---:: ThIS DAY. By Order offia Ce sf- Co-rf = af_7 Sale by Auction. .-- SEWELL will sell, e the Ytarn. s. tj Foest treet, This Dar- at 12 o'cloek noaon br order of thie BaiiE 5 Head of brwken Horses. Ter?ns csso-Xo o zeserr-e SA-TURDAY,-16tH 3MAY. J Sale By Auction. f SEWELL has received im?rfc .f tions from Mr. CaUwroZs, cf "--witaita t'the slightest rserre, 30- esida of broken and unbroken S- . s . :* . _ i ;" . SF r-- **: - f.r- o bl-.sh's ,?- , S a /,E,-: .... . -:? o :;. . : - AME ?AY' -.1 pSXTUoAY, Ira MT. Iet, -^ LCH COWS ad- HEIFERS. ._ " 'SEWELL, '-Actioneer. 3 . -fSANE DAY., s' m ?'tSale by Aruction- r , -T SE WELL has receired i?;truction -I fromI Mr- KxsG, of 'antid, to sil . by Auction, at the Tards, Foster street, 10 [Head of Fir si'cBss iaS.dle sad E;.Barness lirses. No reserre. ONDAY, Isra MAYI .alely.A'EcfaaL;.. ' I S: SEWELL 'I.T l st , on 3londayr, S:t ;t l. ooEl , sFoster streeat 12 o, -.O " i ok k o ,'ý*A la* aend *( ; veloii ed stock of :roceTies, "Wioes an...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

HOLLOWAY'S OINTEltBT. CIECUtLAR TO THE SICK. The first hospital surgeons, and medical authors of Europe admit the urparalieied anti-inflammatory and heal ing properties of this Ointment; govern ments sanction its use in their naval and military services; and the masses in this ccnntry, and throughout the world, repose the utmost confidence in its curative pro perties. It penetrates the sources of inflammation and corruption which under lie the external evidences of disezse, and neutralizes the fiery elements which feed and exasperate the malady. P.ECU-Tal, SCROFtULA, EP.aI. PELAS. - These ire among the most terrible and agonizin_ diseass, yet in their worst forms, and when seemingly incurable, they inrariabh: disappear under a perse rering app'ication of this soothing, healing antidote to pain and iui2nmation. KING'S EVIL, FEVER SORES, STIFF JOINTS. In cases of King's Evil where medicinal waters, lotions, and every recipe of the pharmasopaia have proved useless, the Ointment will ac...

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STRINGER'S CREEK May 8, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

STRINGER'S ' OREEK. (FmOm A OtRESPONDENT.) -May 8, 1863. This Creek is likely to become fhmois in flood notoriety, for on Friday last the rain again set in, and continued without intermission until Saturday noon. -By this time the Creek had rose very nearly as high as the first oollhere, considera ble damage blo done. The drains which have teea put inl, and which were considered strong enough to resist the flood races, which were cut very wide to carry the water. when high, have been fiound useless. There is no doubt but this last flood will cause many to leave the lower end of the Creek, where the difficulties to contend with are still worsT -fbr not only are thli floods to be con tended with, but work cannot be resumed for eight or ten days, or until such time as the Creelk is low again. T']he right hand branch has also suffered fromi the lute rains, and has prevented those who rushed it last week friom giving this Creek a fair trial. A party of six who have been working on the Th...

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PUBLIC HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

PUBLIC IIOLIDAy. In acncrdance with a public req'lisi tioes, published in the Oippsland Times, of Friday last, a mnceting was held on the Monday tfollowing, at tlhe Sale Me chanic's Institute, for the purpose of fix ilig a day and making preparations for a gencral holidav in colmnemorstitn of the marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Wr,to.\3tr P,\rTrcc, Esq., was called to the chair, and the follow ing resolutions were unanimously car tied: It was proposed by )Me. JeArEs D.tvcY awl seconded by Mlu. Roncw'r Tor'to, "That Tueslv. the 2Nth inst., he kopt as a general hdlilay, ansd that all busi ness he suspeoded on that day, and that the inhabitants lh gonerally invite;l t. give demolstration to their loyalty.:in conmmelorationl of thlio marriage of the Prince and Princess of \Yales," Proposed by Ma. '. E, JrIwLTNsoa. and seconded by MIr. II. W, ST'rD, " That on that occasion, _the children of all the day and Sunday Schools in the parish of Sale, be invited to attend a treat, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

STEAM TO IM ELBOURNE. Tmil fino screw Steamship KEERA S will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Ihorses will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, cah 1.. _'. .Frcigl?--bold; 2d. per ounce. Par eels over 200 ounces, 1id. 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, HIOWDEN, & 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' risk and expense. a o Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE HORSE COACII will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE OTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at a.m., carrying passengers to meet hie Steamer, returning immediately fter her arrival. Tares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked hrougI from Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. 'T'HOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port lbert. S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

DIED.   On the 19th inst., at the residence of W. D.   Atkinson, Solicitor, Sale, William Delap, late           of Beltrasus, County Meath, Ireland.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Selling Off ! !! AT Milelbourne Cost Price, TIi1E LAlGE and VARIED STOCK of Drapery Goods, Wines, Spirits, and Provision, all of the BEST QUALITIES AT BARNETT & CANTOR'S STORE, Bald Hills. Seed Wheat FOR SALE, grown from IoonUnD L SEED, including Talavara, White, Tuscan, Farmers' Friend, White Vel vet, and Prolific. Also, Tarrarian Oars. Talarar is the earliest wheat in Australia. WMI. SMITII, St. Leonar:'s. 15m c LAND! LAND!!! FOR SALE, Eight -Acre Allot Snimets, near the lot.nicai Gardens. Terms easy. James Dafve and Co., Gippeland Mart. PAP ER 1INGGSO-Fresh Lat At 31'GIE E'S. ClNS G! GUS !! G "NS !:: S ingle and Double Barreled. ' At MGHEE'S. UST TO HAND, Fresh lot cf war ranted Garden 5Seeds, At M"'GIEES. c UST ARRIVED, Spl!endid Col lce:ieon of Meros=ene -amps, all kinds, At 3-GitE~i'S. £300 Reward. REWARD of TBREE HEU SDED P}OUNDS ill be PAID ino a- Person or Persns who will mire s '. -inf.r._a?.n as will lead to the -rest;r:tin .r recovery ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

The first 9spad&. of eaith u the I...,etaos line sas ta on Wednoesday ]?a i, the teighb-.,r1obd of the WhiTe Bills. Tho will of the late nRicda Green, the emnent hipawnSer, has been proved, and the persea ities solrn as being acder O.ot0. ·A Bill to extend the panishment of lcaging the grobters was read a second time an the 11th of Marein iahe honase of Commons. The erry. S&etiasr3 annones the deathofCarh e )i'Cnlga, a astive ar l-etterma>atrrd,ma tr Donedal, at the age t. 1-03 earrs. De~eaBse~ad his Senses per?fc to the atet ?. .&leanxz thoDoeany, l-A Iwaned ler a. renetly spean g . on the salary at taebed to a remore ? appointment to a mew jadge saia it was all moo3shine. Lord e ndimt`, in a dry. sarca?tc way, 2smin aedi: t? ay be so; b? t I haie a seon a DetiOhat, mo Dshine to igh it 6 yan wdindlike toseethe first qusarter of , o . 3n atao pt has been made to murder Mr. L Joe ITreident magistrate for 'Trsecaay . As ~r. Jones ors proceed n fnaim Th es to...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR" FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

FITDA, 2-! . "-S3. r. THE copy of pleuro-lneumonia has now become so fmiliar in this Astrict, ;there is no longer any use in supressing the reports of the existenc e do the !is-s.'1 *ich have been for some time current in the district. For several weeks re ports have been in circulation that the disease existed some where, being, however, fully aware of the value of.Gippsland reports in gen eral, and knowing that the feeling iwhichiastigated some of those irich were mentioned, to us, was anything bit b ly. we abstained -urgiag publicity to any, Towar3stbelatter end of las-t: week, howererihese re ports had assumed a more serious aipect~ and statements were confi dentlv made that the disease was on Mr. ])esaily's run; and that Dr. Pe.?k and some other gentlemen had examined the cattle, and pronounced the'disease of that marked and dis tinctivecharacter that there was no dentin; the fact of its existence. Dependent on these reports, a public meeting was at once called, and, not withst...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the   opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Sir,—In the good old days, when all the deities were wont to assemble at the foot of Mount Parnassus, and naughtiy Pan used to set all the little gods and goddesses dancing, much to the horror of grim old Saturn, and to the.great delight f tlie ,.Perpsnichorioea nyii phs, ??hdid iiot core for the blushes of the -cliaste D:iana but who o;vhirled away i the.gyrations of; the polka or joined in ithe mazes of tdio gracful w'altz, as ,young ladiod are wontl;?l do at the present day. WYell;, it as .at this time, fdir it coudld be at no other, that a vb~y .ingeiious sort of seconid rate god conist?ricted a cnatin out of* clay -but as I said, he was only a second rate god, and was not able to obtaiit any portion of the celestial fire with'lwhich to give his figure life. This artisan god, however, who was named Promnoe theus, was a cunning dog, and...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

TOV T1LK. Ra tak:e the S.'1.. ^ý ck.:ac: f. -Tf ar px'?'" Ptrn, p' Uia!:e3 in :`.:a I:.'... -9 L.: . :·....` 2' ..l · , ......: Ie i. } __ t _`:,1 :1_11.: gr*~r -c .^1', ..:;.y .1 i:: ..::11:_::::5 i.: I?'"^., h)"S' a~ It..._ -.. .'.i ''i lm \l:C 1`.. I "t.1 'C! LS!dta :,,.I'vi rim.t s.~, as pron said: f . a ._ c-dr' cl ·-f·'- - 1~ii: L-l OL.Tr cA.ee-i i:: t O .- -. i.i _-? ELI! tede t~c - , it t . of PH! ; --c L-, 3 F L r.z14 z `-., j cwl-scf- !21- ~i "05' a 10 te Je er- ii-_ E3'~ D u o Os o_ _ the tore _: r? a of s c 3 ~ ""C' r he\sis rt3 I e ý. hjc. oz a T " Grist that htii:n Goa P'"e the Qleex. -· ~ s~~ 'i i j r i" 7- dTens-f He t;-·?, that in- P-- --' Iof e t t oid hula ;i:"_3 to s at : a i3Ting of It r us avia Lath hese Ez'-rh~~ n iLit e!- .S Tess is CI pI" a a trin Sn orthat :tab N't Gl·:od eLc.ri'C"'Q e z-4d,~w 1'lZ~ Oar sneba D-- alan-- in-'L 1L~thaths - wahol dC he n.& to e .arng toitia T j to .ao-r ;.t J3F "Crut ~ ~ ~ il It; L:;~ ~~ Or^~.j~Js~~~1-nh-'~ __. - -. No...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

PLECPO .P.NFrsiLOYýLT. '.' .afl.:cO ao -fl- lee:, toa3noptcn. r~~~~~te :.a cf~r-.-. ul.-li ·leuiDeun- c m 7G-.-.pe 1. B._:aaaa~ °)J) urnd 3 Oa tha ' n of _e. ZrPcak- , seoJnd t,_ Thsr.susl ?·~- r. G:l~tc, Ir. Gr~r'lass w ras unanii M a, a 3>-: -, reraeltt tL& 'o~-s~3- .-rr-TcI.-'o~i tu s i..:~e _ a~d a~stat-es1ti n-a-7 J _:hm :..ý aaa°.aa'au. t118T j 4. .eJ . c aa demHn 2:eee su;CC ~j i~...SS 6IB5.bmit "C,.a;. n .o::ib we f...a ,I. mn-Icr: nJ~--1__7g :; _J a r.UP'J e S e i e-tile ; .ý . u:h wt- _ , i:.a, Icad best e°.: o:3; r 2a';em 20 ten s: __. ?en~ti do 'I'- \1 r, ax :3:?s: et-n " hd beeu tue Tr-- -u.my e"azet:t> l pr C ns- a. < a~ -f . - ::2 at :~p1uru ..:3 Le :r!3 s.= Say. - 1,:: ,. L t eTal such -ob h __ h :.. _ ...a'arsieute_.I I- 'c' ~I.-' 'a a LCm szcucefria z;eth3e. rz;F~r. S .v a.: r D:. Pe., and the c a-ý· t. bs pleur.T c _m.,n11-~. iTt:; h33 t:._:: 75:.3.-abl 101 s:. _ c: tt e __..... , L : u»_; i .-. tats ]ohM Mr. 4.· 2.-:. th r-:.= -?h eattle,...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

PA .fLIAaIELNTARYI ELs-t iight; in cimiinistee,'the Lagis aiiv 'Asn?sil v rejected Mr;: L:? L. fiýith'- l-ntioi;to saep1plmeont tiie fun;ds of Incll slibds;s f'ir the purposes of thu ri,;icin?., the m ijurity on a hdivisioiis hIini twenty-four.to sixteen.'.Tho dis teisiio nnwas of 'a somiewhat anniiated dhliaractor?BMr." Don dcliiered in :ora tin, whliiiwan as supposei to be- in sup port if,. the o-intion; but, as the- hon. amin"bser:jpreserve ? his recumbent' posi tionn?il oiisoiioleit appearance itrii?g? tlie ivisioin, and thus recorded a" silent vote" with the noes, it. is to be .presu mcile thiit the ilrift of his o bservations wivssmisunderstood. " Some stray phrasea rised' by theo hnna meuiber us to the lift portance of Melbournle and the h sub urban' mlnliipalities; drewi Mr. W6oods to" his feet, iii ' towieringpaesioii :to deelaiin ag eaini.st Isflbouriie, ="ias 'being inarely: a collector of eustonis:i t;lil= gate? o?: the rtiiad-tle real proididcers hebis: the ~,ldihlide i...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA; THE SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

PLEURO-PNEUIIONI ; On, THE SlAU?OtTElt OF TilE INNOCENT. Thie bare mention of Pleuro - Pneumonia showing itself in our district, seems to have operated on the inhabitants of Oippsland much as wo would expect a rumor of a barrel of gunpowder, with i live coal in it, being ina roo. amuellst a number of people. The cahlt and collected would proceed qlietly to take thle ncoasary steps to protect themselves and others, whilst the excitableo nd nervous would rush into all manner of eccentricities, throw blamu on all aud sundry, tmaking matters worse, and confusion more confoutded. This is exactly what has happened with reference to our present cause of excitement. On the one hand, wae Ihvo a cotmmitteo noting with c.dlmness, consideration, and judgneut, and rapidly allaying the extravagant fears that were at one timte entertained with reference to the spread of the disease. They have shlown that, if it does exist at all, that it is confined to a very small and isolated portion of our dist...

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INOCULATION FOR PLEUROPNEUMONIA [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

INOCULALTIONeFOTR PLEROO .PNEUMONIAn :'r `. (raoM TUE rAUSEiIIe 5' JOarNAt.) ` " r As the i ahle of inoculation is till a matter of inquiry, and ias the faciutty' are didvided in onioni on its merits as a prophylactic, 'it may ni t hobe aiss to in quire how?it hias sucnceeded lately in that portion "of the' continent of Europe in which the practice originated. It will be remembered that we published some time ago an ccount of Dr. Williams' ex peritents at iasselt and Brussels, on the dairy cattle which are kept in those places in large numbers and under circumstances that would suffice, in our opinion, to ore. ginato any amount of disease. We glean from a perusal of the home papers, that great improvements have, since that time (1853-4), taken place in the practice of inocu!lation, which has reduced the per centage of deaths amongst cattle subjected to the operation to a minimum. Such, however, is not universally the case, one practitioner being more successful than another. Profess...

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