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

THIS DAY, - Sale by Axcticyn.o 11 J SEWELLwisreceiveA inrras > s from !r W. G r woois to se inFiF ai-, 23 "a, Wea Yards~a Ye zlme,-., at 144 o eio-, noes, .S saps .llikh Cao,* with vnirg ti Calvess at (oct. 3o N errsrre. i s1ATURD , = STi. MAT. Sale by Ateaion.s pSEWELal -i ll n., at ;he at "Fostr knon t pr , ~ e 1a Head .rs ssdukM ti 3itre dst t ';v ."n ' S ebf ul u iL To i':se'ldoa sa t c~ 'Josx tx =sofsnr c®f aso ad. s-A feroa of -as~j ad s W rzl n theirk A T e B-, lSHOP r~TE'"o DSf-the P ,above of Baa,'ama h i byr 1ro ta 14 " tmca shi Frge land. Foan-t~c 'to: Adjea- 1, Stork. and wBanl heSoE niiri - - " 537 : ,"". ea'vtsale. - B tAL E X . L 4 e 3 1 S A-. WM I O ~ b i Stock dand Coma rhn ;3 h.age, -.9 a O~t fA" - -+ .3E amp.rlre 11 3sen ha -ctars-- ire don c»-oiwa· za- Ana .-Id5 wa Tll saT`l ` e, s-t GIPSLjST1 D tt = T.cb T AE .TIRE HORSE, "XO T·~s~Hi~?ir, 4 laiiaainassosaaaid-~i~ Potlrs, C atoines, carli - La ana jltree: frceaIsah; are', r~~ng Qe OU D smalt uitale fnrSe ed.is...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 May 1863

3fELSO U1,3 N-RKEXPIS Firn, Gasrr, k M:. 1<. Lqwr ane Arte- Te c . g t c_ .:=e L to e irt the sase de?ree of raness w?hih L hasnrke it fir Several eeks n tcesirelr. Bioretadt s stendily advance ai voalu, Cwhfs moot descriasoze of horse.eed maintain usoal stendiness . Oalt hris s tlony reaedad. lEay andp ppiteshavro aois.i din Ta , rie asing to a glut in the mtarket The oengli nutiho ?nal, par Notanm , bthrings no Tery satidatoy report of the corn market. The imports of foreign produce into th Uneit ed Kingdnm bibs obeef Se erature ft Twy the local produpers;? tbl, in acountry e.re i eages a ae ,is a subjectof remarl which beas pertinently upon the evils ?hich are e?tailed upon thee clolisres by the recent nimportation of, breadstuffs; from itlifdri and the heavy, shipments of c'ats which-are nouw taking place in Holand for thii market. The Mare-Lane Lepreanf` 16th; 3farch thus remarks :-"Open coipetition has certainly ;illed the soilof foreign countrien to n unprn. iceden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

IN the Estate of CIIARLES GEO. I STEPHENSON, late of Omeo, de ceased, to whose estates an order to ad minister has been granted by the Su prenie Court of the Colony of V:ictoria, to the Curator of the Estate of Deceased Persons, pursuant to the Act of the Parliament of Victoria, 24 Victoria, No. 112, Section 22 :-Notice is here by given,- that all Persons having any debtsi. claims, or demands against or upon the Estate of the above-named deceased Person are hereby perempto. rily required, on or before the Fifteenth day of June, 1803, to submit the same to the said Curator at his Office, 59 Temple Court, Melbourne, for examin ation, in order that if found to be. cor rect, the same may be settled and paid, the said Curator hereby giving notice that he will, on the twenty-second day of June, 1863, proceed to distribute the Assets aceordijgg to Law, and thereafter the claims and demands of all creditors and' claimants not coming in as afore said wvill blip excluded as against the said C...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

W\e do not hold ourselves responsible for tlhel opinions of our correapondents. TO THE aDITOUBOsTnE OIPPoLAoD o TI mES., Sti,-3Referringto your leader of the-, 22nd * Mr. Johnsoni did tnot wait upoin, lth l.Eecil yewt .Mr., Tlison and Mr. Kin, nei ther dit 3r lioonimsoago' 'kith, MA; King butMr eirbroce wont'with mo to adviso the Th d - Sc gogtod thata :division of the district" wiould leave " a clean districtialit of ;whichi enttlo n.might h1 shipp foro . Otago. bubscquently -Mr. Gib'sso of' *Dalmahoy, Cnmipbell annd uCo. nnl waited upont'the Under-Sccroarv'to ,enquiro whether tlhe Govoriiismot-i an-' tended to appoint an'Tispector. Yours truly,.; . '.' \^.; , -W. E. KING. :[ r autliority for insertihg te' names o Mr Thonison'and Mr.;John-. son, as forming a portion of the depu tation to the Government, was deived from tho agricultural- article of' the" ; , Meibourno Weekly Age of tl-e15th Sinst., inii which both these gent'limen'e i names wore mentoned anaccomipanuyinj--, , Mr.Kin...

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THE POOR-HOUSE, OR EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

THe P'OO.-ltOSE, WO M ,IG.'ATION. There are, ir. ppe Cr, sixty girls in tile WVatorlord W\alkhoule, where, on an overage, they have each resided the past ten years, at nn average cost of £5000, or at the rate of 600, it year : so the chief officters of the establishmeit inform us. These creatures have littlO or no hope of over obtaining empl'oymelnt ill this connl try, blt they' can he transpll;atetl to Atne rica for abo'ut £500, or o?le year's sllup port i w tho workihouse. Theo iajority of the gardianus seilet to be in favour of their cmligration. We thiiik they' are right.- aWeford .'eu's,

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

FRIDAY, MAY 29;1863. llowvvmn strange it may appear. it is nevertheless true, that we have someti-pos te; go from home to get news. A better illustration of the truth of this aphorism could hardly be found than in the following quo a tation-from the Melbourne Arqus of the 21st instant :-" An effort is Sbeing made by some of the cattle Sowners in Gippsland to show. that . plouro-pneumgnia lnas not reached II them atall,' but-it will not succeed, Sfor, if we are not misinformed, the a isease ias been in that district for somhe months past, though every ex ertion was used to cheek the spread of it and to prevent the fact from becoming known." News, however, may uhifortunately be either true or false, and in this. instance. every worlI and oevery sentence is, we are Sourid to? say, untrue. In the first place, no effort whatutoever has been °. made to show that pleyuro-pneumonia s: has not reached us. A public meet ing of those most interested has de clared that it had appeared in the di...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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OMEO. Livingstone Creek, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

`(trenot an CoaanESrvoDE T.) ........ Living'stone Creek, ay 18. ( The ocontinoed fine weather, alt!hogh ini Iuieal to mining operatiols,. boas enmoled the Omeo Crickeot Club to keep "ho field much later than uanal ; and one of the mono spirited and beotcoutested matches of tltho~enipn was played on Saturday weook, and resultei in 0no theor victory to the Down Creeker, asaohgown below. Since my lost thoero has beer nothing I of interest to report in either th0e Poiice or I Wardens' Courts, but the errest of Mitta Mittsa Jack, of horse-stealing notoriety, mroy load to revelations that will give employment to our Police Magistrato, and show the n0e csity of forthwith cstablishing a Police Station, na re. commended by bim, on the lino of ?ad from here to Snowy Creek. We wero recentlythreoatened by Clippsland qluattr willth having a clitary cordon drawn round this district, because a few cattle were brought from the Nitta ,Mitta side to be slaughtered hero, in conoequeuce of the sot. ti...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. May 18, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK... (Fnos A conrESPOnDENT.) May 18, 1863. There is nothing of importanco to report from this Creek this week ; but as I expected' and informed you in my communication of the. 18th April last, many of the claims above the junction, whoere the ground ran very deep, have been deserted. John Ilawkes (alias Ger man Jack), however, is an exception, for altho' his ground ran more than twenty feet deep, he was not intimidated, and has been rewarded by bottoming on a splendid sample of rough gold, the smallest piece of which weighed over a pennyweight. This has made the holders of claims having deep ground more sanguine, and there is little doubt, if the weather continues fine many of (if not all) the deserted claims will be retaken up. The reefs are looking well, particularly Hinchecliffs Prospecting claim, Culbert's No. 1 North, aqd Matoerton's and Warwick's-all of which are getting out very ricd stone. Mr. Culbert is tunnelling on the side of the hill. and is getting out p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

[ADVERTISEMENT] TO TIE EDITOR OF TIHE OGIrSlk.NDý TIMES. Sin,-Understanding that a public hall was to he given in honor of the Prince of Vales' marriage at the Mechanics' Institute ol Tuesday oven ing last, I provided myself with a partner, nod presented ourselves at the door for admission. My money (C1) was taken, but no ticket given mne, and, to my surprise, after anitinlg a few iinmeolts, m oney was returned and admission denied mo. As this was advertised as a public ball, I should like to knew who are the parties that refused me admission, and on wl?at grouinds they, did so? .. Know. ing my respectability to be fully equal to either tradesmnien or couifter jumpors, which the leading men in Sale can gua. rautee, I should recommend the parties giving public balls in Sal lobr the future to advertise the names of all those who. will be admitted, in order not to mislead the public, or clso to get fitt\ilg men to conduct their balls. Yours, etc., A DIGGER. Sale, 27th Mays, 1863.

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, MAY 19. WAR AT TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

: NEW ZEALAND. (raox Ten AncGUS coRReroNDET,.) SYDNEY, &tu~ 19. WAR AT TARANAKI. War hns broken out. Taranaki news to the 4th of May. just received, states that in the end of April the NIaoriea gave notice of their intention to stop theescort. OnaMonday, the 27th ult., the Tarannki natives way laid the military escort, and shot dead and afterwards tomahawked Dr. IHope, Lieutenant Tadgett, and irx privates of the ftlh Regiment. No provocation had been given, and the sasault was un-. expected. Great excitement.exists. Totaia and Aperahunn commanded the Mleories. Private Kelly, the only survivor, states that when the escort reached the Wairan it was fired at from the scrub, twenty yards of. The soldiers returned the fire, and extended. At last the.only three left nlivo were surrounded by about, thirty natives. They retired firing until relief canme foin Tariawaila. Kelly is badly wounded. General Cameron has been ordered to commence active operations. The Wailrktos have driven ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

STEAM TO IIELBOURNE. lIE fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. hjorses will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. Freight-(fold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lid. fGld, for shipment, must be entered Sthe Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day o' sailing. Return Tickets............. .....£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or 'passage apply to TURNBULL, JIO WDEN, & CO., Wharf-street,. PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods dischargedif not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. ac Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AJND PORT ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACH will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE: HOTEL, ;Sale,,',vv.ry,:,WoNEsapAY at 6 a.m., carrying passengers to :meet the Steamer, returni?g 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. SIMI...

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Health and Cheerfulness, PHILOSOPHY AND FACT. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS, THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

Health and Cheerfulness, PHILOSOPHY AS,' FACT. EHOLLOWAY'S PILLS, THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKS The blood is the life.sustaining agt. It furnishes the components of flesh, muscle, nerve and integument. tomach is its manufactory, tile arte nd veins its distributors, and the iuts' he channels through which the we matter rejected in its production, is.e poelled. Upons the stomach, the circa! and the bowels, these Pills act stimul ously, relieving indigestion, purifying' fluids, and regulating both the secreti and the excretions. THE NATIONAL COMPLAinT Dyspepsia is the most common dei among all classes in this country, assumes a thousand shapes, and is primary source of innumerable dangerous maladies; but whaterer type or symtptoms, however obstinate resistance to ordinary prescriptions yields readily and rapidly to this sea and unerring remedy. SICK HEADACHE WITH LOSS OF APPETITE. A certain cure for headache, lou appetite, and low spirits. These P may be taken without danger from et cold...

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SIMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

SIIILES. As set as a fish-a: dry as a bone; As live as a bird-- dead as a stone ; As plump as a partridge-as poor as a rat; As strong as a horse-as weak as a cat; As hard as a flint-as soft as a mole; As White as a lily-as black as a coal: As platn as a pikestaff--? rough as a bear; : As liUgh as a drum-as freeas as the air;. 'As heavy as lead-as light as a feather; 4stealy as timne--ucertain as weather; A.h~t.9 nas ov n-nas cold as a frog; Asy'g ass alark-as alck as ia'do1; As slow a'the tortoise-as wif?tas the wind; I As t'te as the gospel-as false as mankind; As thin as a berring-as fat as a pig; Aslproud as a peaoc'k-as blithe os a grlg; As savage as tigers-as mild as a dove; As stiffas a poker-as limp as as a glove; As blind as a bat-as deaf as a post; As cool as a cucumber-as warm as a toast; A- ~lt as a floundor-as round ass ball; A's bluait'as a hammer-as sharp as an awl; A' red ass ferret-as safe as the stocks; As bold as a thief-as sly as a fox ; As straight as an arrow-as...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

MISCELLANEOUS,; Tue REJOIOINms tar MlELBOURNE. - Thelio 19th May, 1863, will doubtless be a red-letter iday in the future calendar of. the colony of Victoria-a day that can-, not be forgotten by those who were privi leged to join in the splendid ceremonial, by which we have commnemorated the nuptials of our futnre king. As a mere sight, it was magnificent, but much meore. so as a demonstration and proof of o.rl loyalty to the Crown, and attachmaeiintto? our motherland. Splenididly, ihdeed,' did the democracy of Victoria -testify? yesterday that. loyalty, and lovei . demonstration that had so.littloetime . given for preparation,: and..yetPo certn plete, marks the unantimiit4 of lyalfee-i:l ing that animates the, ppplnr ,heart;: There was .but" ote diawbact ktio the festive enjoymonts and rejoiciqga ofyes, terday,.'in .the u?lucky. delue. tha .marred so much of pageantry ; liutb?t e resolution:that cahsed so many toblirivet pi the " pelting of tlhe pitiless :storm," only spoke the mor...

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THE MARRIAGE FESTIVAL AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

THE MARRIAGE FESTIVAL AT SALE. Neither our isolated position nor the dice tanca of our situation from the din and noise of the world has hod any elect in palling the natural ardour which pertains to every Eng. lishman, when any great event occurs which is connected in any way with the throne of Great Britain. It therefore creates no sur. prise to us that the interesting events which have lately taken place in the Royal family should have awaked in the breasts of the rcsi. dents of Sale a spirit of loyalty which was barely apparent to themselves until roused by the exciting reports of processions and illumi. nations at home. Phlegmatic people, hol ever, when once aroused from their lethargy, generally fill the cup of enjoyment to over flowing, and imbibe such draughts of the in toxicating compound as to surprise those con stant pleasure-seekers, whose minds are ener vated and whose tastes are cloyed by overin dulgence. Tuesleay last was the day fixed for the cele bration of the marri...

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SURVEY OF THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

SURVYE OF TIIE GIPPSLAND tit LAKES. so (From the Gorernmestn Gazette of tho 15ith May.) The following Report, from the Dis- o trict Snrveyor of Gipspland, to the Sur- be veyor-General,'is published, as the sub- n iect is now of so much general interest. t Thsa suggestions- of this officer cannot sill but be entitled toovery serious considera- i tinn, seeing .thnt .they are the ,result of po matunrd consideration,; based 1iuponi,.fn,[ ;, thorougnh knowledge of the: locality and t a loin residence in the district. sn , DistrictSurvev Office, Iof ,- ?le,2d April 183.ie Sin',-I heo' ito inform you thdt iona- 'in cordance wii? youri.receiivd intructiions Ado I prtoceed to the' entrance of tlio Gilpsp. L land Lakes, miid coinpletecd- 'with lall. possible dspaltch, a "nsirvey parin''of: u which, togetherswith report, I liiavdnorw e the intnor of forwarding for your 'infor- r mation. 1 The question ofekeeping open a per- i mnanent entranice to the extensive lakes ti and rivers of Nortli Gip...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. CONTRIBUTION No. V. A VOICE FROM SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

OUR OPEN COLUMN.. N Co5TmrmuTlox No. V. t A VOICE FROM SAL'E.." What .a joyful day.was Tue'esday much to be remeriibered by old and yoimiqg. First tliero -wastheoloyal and orderly procession, which marceled ex ultingly-as if for the aehievemcnt of some great object-to plant that tree which is theio trno emblem of .British hearts--on the beautiful site of Sale, so that the tale may be told to our chil dren's children. Then next came the fine fat roast ox-yes, England's dish, the roast beef acid plum-pudding ; and what a happy crowd was there to par take of the joyful festival ! From the grave dignitary that ministers in sacred. rites down to the chubby-checked cherub r puking and mewing at his mother's breast i and fron the stern-looking ma gistrate severe dowq to that brawny hand which wields the hammer or the pick-axe, his country's wealth ; from the rustic maid up to groups of the t fairest of the fair-all, all seemed to try to add to each others' happiness on the joyful occasion ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

SATURDAY, 30TH MAY. Sale by Auction; T SEWELL will sell, at his : Yrds, ? e Foster.street, on the:above date; 15 lead of.superior :Saddle and? iar aes 'hlorses= ", ithbout eserve .MONDAY, sT J T E," sale , by Auction. To be sold on account of :Joa CeAta n ix PRocRon; late:of Baliasrat, Cuhe"t mist, y order of the Contractor.' T:SEWELT is instructed to sell; orn o * the ground, Foster-street, adjoin aing the new Bank, the SHOP built on 1 aecount of the above partr, coutnining large front room 12 x 14, withbasck rooms, fire place, &c. For particular, apply to the Aue-' tioneer. 'Terms easy at, sale. , No reserve. : MONDAY; sr JUNE. , .:Sale by Auction;. albTA SEWELL will sell, im nedin teic after the. property: in: Foster-at:, at his Rooms; :t- . . A ,large :and well-assorted stock of .;:-Groceries, Wines, and Spirits, &c. ' "?:A miscellaneous lot of Goody : 1 ALEX. °L. PEARSON, i Stock and Commission Agent, i - - SALE. ALEXAN DER L. PEARSON has for Sale;--. 70 Store B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

BIRTH. On the 27th Mary, at Desailly street, the wife of Mr. W. T. Sprod, of a son. MARRIAGE. On Thursday, 21st May, by the Ven. Arch- deacon Stretch, of St. Paul's Church, Sale, Gippsland,Victoria, John Fisher, formerly of Wurtzburg, Bavaria, to Margaret Trainer, daughter of Bernard Trainer, farmer, county Armagh, Ireland. Home papers please copy.   Divi e Serdic wtill hb held iitthe Presoy terian Church, at Sale; on Sundiie uiext, at 12 o'clock. ioon, and at hknalfpast o'clock p.mi A1a4 it Stratford, at 12 noon; and the Bald Hill at half-past 11 ob'clock a.m.' . The Rev. Mr.?IMOGirr will celehbtio divine segrice at Stratford on Sunday nuxt, the 31st iustsnt, beirig Trinity Sunday, and at tho Roman Catholic Chulich, Sale, at 11 o'clock on the same day. The Rev. Ir. ?GOirr will preach at Dounelly's Creek on Sunday, the 7th of 4une..

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

COJ1,r-A'-Z "--: -- . MELBOURNE -MARKETS. - 1, -. 1 'Messrs. Dalmahoy Campbell, and Co.'s re port-Fat Cattle.-The supply entered at the. yards for sale amorunted' to 1,930 heads about 1,400 head of which lhave been sold ix the yards, and about 200' outside; during Mon day? anaid-Wednesday; the' remainder.being ipenned for sale onp Thursday Most of the lots offered were only second quality, and I prices ruled throughout' lower than they have done for some months. We qute good ,bul locks at from £5 to£0 '15s;. second: quality, do, from £t l s0 to £3 15s, ; good cows, from £4 to £4 15s : second quality, do, from £2 ?s to £3:. Only a rery few prime pens sold aboye' thqee quotatiois.' 'We him sold .3i head for Messrs. ?3veridge and Kerr, at an avenge of £3 Is, cots sad ballocks: Fat C?lvees.'-7? head came to hand. We: q'ote best q.uality at fropl 30s to .40s; second' quality 'do, fro 16s to 25s We havesold a lot at from SOs to flUNEDI LIV STOCK MARKET.:r oDriver, Maces andn o's a rpo for...

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