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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 29 May 1863

TOWN TALJK. Theo relative value of the sheep and cattle stock in Victoria, we are well aware, prepon derates largely in favor of the former. This district is, hojverer, an exception to the gene ml rule, and while we hare only some hrJf dozen doebks of sheep in the district, we hays some hiiicdredsof thousands of cattle. Allow ing for the difficulty of legislating for isolated localities, we must still believe that in a dis. trit like this, almost wholly dependent on cattle and gold, we ought to have some pro tection to both. A Warden we have long and anxiously sought for our gold-fields, but a Warden we are obliged to do without. A Commissioner ef.Pleuro.pneumonia we want, but if we get one appointed, we must pay him ourselves Surely no one catsany it is fair or honest for. Government to pay a sheep inspec tor over £400 a-year, and to make us pay. for a cattle inspector ourselves. To us the cattle interest is equal, if not paramount to. all other interests, and yet the country is sa...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RESOURCES OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

:eTH REESOURCES OF ENGLAD - - LAND.". . t MIJ. Egene ChOltard iakes the following t remarls ion La Presseson the revenue re turns for.the past year'in England: What constitutes the force, the moral and materil power of a nation, is to be able to face unforeseen difliculties, and to pass throahll theom without serious trouble or profound perturbation.. When 100,000 sepsys rose like one nmai, with theis arms, their mmiitioss'of war, their parks of ar tillery, and their well furnished pay chests at thle first sight of the thin cake and the msst'-risns lotus, it was thought that British domination in India was at an end. Ia In the course of six months, with a Ihad- I ftll of resolute men, and two or three en- A ergetic generale, England re-established t her anuthortty in India, and sith two or three intelligent adminis- t trators gave it a new existence; such as it may be said, without illusion or exaggeration, before a quarter of a century shall have elapsed, will make that pro li ,iou...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

OMEO. (rnaoe.A coIasnCro:DITrr.).. On Monday, the 25th tMay, a return cricket match was played here between the Up 'nd Down Creek meno, which ended in favor o ':Ih Up Creek by thirty-seveu runs.' li fI?:llo in areo the scores : DOWS, COECR.. 1ST SNIN.as., Wright, b C. Hodgson ................. Judge, a & 0C Hodgson ......... t. utchiuson, b Foter ........ Law:r.: ce, b-Foster .......... 0... . ' ;.. O F. Iutohinson. b C. Hodgson 4;...~.. :'i Kelly, c & h Foster .... ......?: Crrae, & b C. lodgeon ... . ' iorrells, run olt . Matzen, not out...... ? ',. O'Meati, b C. IHodgeon.. .: Kruso, b C. Hodgso....i....... .... ... . 2 B ,es .............,.,r.';. · ?..L.'; 2:: ? SHutchinson, b Latham t...... .... Lmwrnce, b Latham. .... .i..o.:ý.` F. Itltchinson, c Morgan ..... .. "17 Kelly, b Morgan. ...i ,.;?: 2 Cnsn, hit wicket,-b C, Hodgson....'...' .ai Norrel lb w, b C. Hodgson ........ , 0 Matzen, at C. Iodgso........o...'.. ... ..; . 2 O'Meara, not out .........: 1 ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE PORTION OF GIPPSLAND DECLARED A CLEAN DISTRICT. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

TIHE PORTION OF GIPPS LAND DECLARED A CLEAN DISTRICT. PROCLAMATION. BPy !lis Excollency Sir HIenry Barkly, Kligh Commander of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Captain-GOncral and Governor-in. Chief of tho Colony of Victoria, anal Vice Admiral of the nsame, &c., &c., &c. Wheroeas by an Act of the Parliament of Viotoria (Numbeor 130), intituled, " An Act to amed! art Act intltitled An Act to prevaent trhe further spread cf the diqease in Cattle called Plearo.paeuantonia," it is aanongat other tltings enacted that that he Governor in Council may, by Proclnamtion which shall be published in tbo Government Gazelltte, deelar any part of the colony in which the said diacaeo is not known to exist, a " clean dietrict," and shall by ouch 'Proclauintion deficm the bounlariie of every stch distriot, and after ouch publical tion no cattle, unleas certified to be frco from diseaae by r coammisaioner appoiuted for that prarie,, :laidl 1,! traerr ia to any such di.triet...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

SE?IPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. &aROtrE-SIay 30. Keera, s.ia 111 tons. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Howden & Co, agents. Glencoe, 159. tons, W. Johnston, from Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howden &i Co.,. agents. MaHy 31. Helen S. Page. 217 tonu, T. Spring, from Dunedin, in ballast. Joltnaoo and Hood, aJenta. lronRTs---Iay 30. Keers from Melbourne, 57 cases Geneva, 22 pkga dried fruits, 51' pkgs tea, 51 bags sugar, 8 pig coffee, 32 pk.s beer, 2 greasks and 12 casea wine, 1 hhd 2 qr casks and 4 cases brandy, .9 pkga cordiela, I beg rum, 2 pkgs tebacco, and sundry free goods. "lencoc, from Hobart Town, 2 tons floor, 5 tois hay, 5 tons potatoes, 4. bushels apples, 1 case hardware, 1500 palings, 1 bale leather, and 6 pkga furniture. E- noTs--Mi3ny 29. . 7i :: Alice Thorndyke, from Welshpool. for Dun edin, 215 head cattle, 4 lorsee, 2 maseshieese. 1 case bacpn. . Glencoe, for Hobart Toiri;71 liead cattpe, 13 ... ... . . bid s. .Alice Thorndiae, for Duiiiedan....

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

BIRTH. On the 2nd instant, at the Gippsland Mart, Foster-street, the wife of Mr. James Davey, of a daughter.  

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

J.' WILLIA1IS, , (Formerly of Tarraville,) DRAPER, GROCER, and GENE RAL' STORE-KEEPER, ROSEDALE, Good Assorted Stock, at Low PnRIES. 22m 0Ojo DREVERtANN; CAMERON, & CO. BA. RN SDALE, MITCHELL RIVER, i A.VE always on hand and for Sale a large and. well-scelectc stock of every article in WINES and SPIRITS, GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IRON ,MONGj34Y, Etc., which they are now enabled to, sell at greatly reduced prices for Csti. Traders .to the Diggings, Settlers, and other wholesale buyers, will find they can be supplied at I). C. and Co.'s with every, article they require on terms as advantageou: as at any. store in North Gippslaud. GOLD OUGHIT IN ANY QUANTITY. HIGHEST PRICE GIVSN. VICTORIA HOUISE, SALE. Large Arrivals of Winter Goods in the Drapery, Clothing, and Boot and Shoe Departments. TT affords us much pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Gippsland Sthat, having returned from the Metropolis. we are in a position to exhibit one of the MOST0 VARIED and BEST SELECTED. stock...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

NATHANIEL HAWTHOR? 0oS ENGLISH LADIEs.-I have been holding the pen over my paper, purposing to write a de scriptive paragraph or two about the throng on the principle Parade of Learm ington, so arranging it as to present a sketch of the British out-of-door aspect on a morning walk of gentility ; hut I find no pqrsonages quite sufficiently distinct and individual in my memory to supply the materials of such a pano rama. Oddly enough, the only figure that comes fairly forth to nmy mind's eye is that of a dowager, one of hundreds 1 whom I used to marvel at, all over England, but who have scarcely a repre sentntive among our own ladies ofautum nal life, so thin, careworn, and frail, as age usually makes the latter. I have heard a good deal of the tenacity with which English ladies retain their personal beauty to a late period of life; but (not to suggest that an American eye needs use and cultivation before it can quite appreciate'the charm of English beauty tatany age) it strikes me th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY FROM THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY .'FROMi THE ABORIGINES. At the leveo of Hlis Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, at the Exhiiition lUild ing, in lhonour ot HeIr Majesty's birt dny, a nunber of aboriginal nativea ten dered a loyal adldress, nd n vnrityv o presents, fr ,presentititnM to tnh Q'o?eo. It is said tlht the idea if thin " lovnl" expression on tihe part of the black follows was entirely spontaneoius, and, in tlnt clse, the fact is certainly of a very intercstiig dharacter. After the Board of Protectors, throtngh their Preidlent the lion. 1. IIeales, had introduced tlh swnrthy deplita;ioe, the chlif of otae of thi tribes c.ame forward witll tie ntddre.s from tih iborigiins.. It was inscribedi on vellum, and wa. written in the native aIniguagi , with lui initeirpre tntion in English 'iThe vellinu was ilso ornmlentled with nIpropriato po'n all ink s1ktchtee, one representing Fa nmin-min, with a blackfollow, lubrn, and children, ilii otiair' reiresentin"g 'a I ngaroo, an ect •c110e1, anda inati...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE PASSION FLOWERS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

-THE PASSION FLOWERS OF LIFE. The setting sun was sinking fast Behind the heath-clad moor, And as he fell, his rays he threw Upon a cottage door. An old, old man sat in the porch, His grey head moving slow, For eighty years had round it wreathed Theircoronal of snow. A grandeur to his aged locks By the bright sun was given, Shedding a halo round his head An if ' twere ripe for heaven. IUpon his knee, by boisterous play,. To slumber deep beguiled, Th::,ere slept a flower of God's own laud .:; dading little child. A little tiny velvet hand SVithin his own was pressed; little tiny golden head Le eagtlinig on his breast. Theoold, eohl man with trembling lip A blesing breathid of love; :ndd nul am I thiat old iia'?ir?er :r dd : Recorded stands above. 3I Though "Time the Reaper" on his brow His silver hstaiip ihd set, -And heaves cail:ea, one link of goid Bound earth ito eaven yet. Of gold i yes, even angels bow Before that influence mild: God's dearest, purest gift to mann A loving littl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

M\ . ISOELLANEOUQT :,; TIJ 1 F rhesk;hans besei p; n tiiitl jihle oft the Ctuttty atiG:,at:iF e-.>. ':Mr: L ,.li Smith's naddrcss~ oClio ele~t-, tots Soudi th Ilourke ais leriin ited ly the ,.alB raiicrs iStarn "ai "the -lnat dpa ` Tlhe 'i emnustrationF "throiilhmiot f:ritsT liniia i-honoir! of' the' Royal .tinrriage_ wero of-the iotost loyal character.. . ... ` :'Mr; Selwin,. the Government Geolld; . gist; ,is alblt t'tpl"irceead to Europe on twelve moiuths leave of absence. Theo Esecterol Act Amendmenit Bill arlnd' the' istric t Coualils Bi1. lTre read' a third time and passcedeli tlhe SLegislative Ass~embly on the 27tlh May., A correspondent of the 1Miner' siys Ssays thllt' Mis. John M Kerral, of Roke: iood .Tiietion' hias giveri birth' to: oine booy aid twlo gihs. dloother and : ff ' apis are '1dpelt well. " r ;-Several samples at cottton g.rowinnl different districts of Vie'ricti havoe ien exhlibitedl in Mlelbiorrne the rietep~?6fh persons experiencled in the cotton trade n ...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

PLEURO-PNE UJIONIA. A bill intituled "An Act to prevent the further spread of the disease in cattle called Pleuro-pneumonia, aod for other purposes," ihas beau introduced into the Assembly hr Mr. iHoward and .Mr Suodgrass. This bill, as it now appears, will serve to lesson the difii culty whi ht llpreselt exists of preventing the driving of disJc.:ld cattle through portions of ditricts which may be perfectly free from disease though illchiledl as usclean by procla. motion. Wa c py thI , proposas.l bill,, and woe havol lie ld.nibt bu; that our r'reldera will agree with uis in lloping thit it will iu.t willth as littl delay ao p:jsoib! in passing throuIgh tile Legiolature. 1. The Governor in Council is hereby nlltlhor iead from time to time to appoint comlnis. ailners to carry the provisions of this act into oeffet,and to roleove ally of such coll.eois. io1lo"rs, and to appoint another or others in his or their stead. II. BIefore any commissioners shall exrerise any of the powers give...

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GOVERNMENT GRANTS TO GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

GOVERMIENT. GRANTS TO GIPPSLAND. De?r.?o the passing of the estimates fir 1863, there was one night of smore thi:n ordinary excitmentu . A large sumn of money was wanted for the pur pose of forasing a telegraphic communi cation between Melbourno and Gipps land, and an active dleb.te ensued, dur ing which the impartance of this dis trict was prominently urged forward, proving the necessity of insunediate ac tion being taken in promoting the work, this time, however, the Minis try were on our silde, and the exrChief Secretary, Mr. it. Ilealee, in the Opposi tion. To a casual observer it would seem as if the o:se party were really the friends of Gippsland, whilst the other was its bitterest enemy ; baut to us it was apparent that the whole ques tion resolved itself into a iminieterial measure, and as such the sum of £ 10;000 was placed upon thq o etimaes fioaor-, structiug a line of telegraph between M[elbourne, Sale, and Port Albdrt. f.rom the beginning to the end of the debate, we sa...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

TOWN TALK. The Argue of the 22lt 2Xuy gsain treats I t gely of pleues ipaUllutn oa is Ctippsslaudt, nsod give; acoloring to al. our prccceditgi heroa, wihich, we are quite 051c, is not o*rs-scted bsr anything that reallyt d odta!; hlace at any pub. Iec ebce:ing that Ihas bcc hc d ill this 1'Inili t. T'O o who ore acccpont.'d w'ithi i Lc t s of t he ppreararlrs'e li t,c ti-coc, is 1 Iha fatj~rar L 1''n focsc tjecldifon. iciccac of the 5rfepo pubI' hcIt b3' thecc must come from an unreliable source, and is evidently dict!ted by most unworthy motives From the gricultural report of thei Ar{/s of the 27th u!t, we take the following extract, which in itself proves the maliguity of eith a the writer or his prompter :-" The police are in charge of two lots started together from a station on the Mitchell, andafterwarda sepa. rated on the road. one of these lots being al, lowed to have the disease, while the other is stated to be clean, only beeause none of the animals in it are apparently in...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

OOREnsPOŽIDEŽTOE:1^ " " i WVo do not hold ourselvea reinonuibl .foi'th opiiluns of our corronepoidents "'.' TO TUI C3tron or' TttO GIeetAixDT Ilj . Sit,-That p7rtion of youri titfe 6of' the rcjoicintur at Sale oii thlever-to:6ý e renmecrel 2thi of rnv in Vhi ,to ? i yon retinark j?n iltechiange in thoclin'actor ofd the population hn lortlh G-ippald within the ep ice. ofn verv few years, did not escape my itottice; n;Id iR['a well ni others, who rcmeinmlir *oir flrif- pnlii' asseniblngo ot illb Giree Wditle'raice course, mutst join t sithl ?il yio', il ' declare thlnttiEo prtign oii'otl:yeoid n i' i ilt' the Guardian. (thIe firbt anid theni tih onlv roe riler of fivews it Giiplpilandlj \?ii on tltht 'ayo to ho' ic, eeil illh his wifi and his childlren jirhig nild Itilt ig liddlitioinal ([ cannot say lustre, for 'tllt wnhld' iot express whlat I nmoao bt)ucoimffrit to thel sceno of our restivities. I amn now, sir, about to tell you flactas whiellh hv?' revealed to) meo nod t( otlior 'h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

SATURDAY, GTIt JUNE. Sale by Auction, AT the Y. rd.s Foster-street, at 12 o'clock, noon, Saddle and lIarness Horses. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, 1iTr JUNE, Sale by Auction ..... Important and unreserved Sale of Prit tie, Horses, Waggon, Dray and lIar. ness, Allotments, surplus Stor.?, &c. at the RO;rD.ALE lOTEL., D.osedale, T SEWELL has received instruc S) tions from the Proprietor, who is eavinlg f6r New Zealand, to. sell by Public Auction, at the Rosedale Hotel, ROSEDALE, on Ts?iuDs.L, 11th day of Juse, at ten o'clock a.m., about 40 Head of first-class Dairy Cows and increase, a'ibroken, and ot a very supe-ior description.. 12 Head of broken an'd unbro'ken 'Horses. SAmnerican W\aeon. 1 Dray and 114tre.s o --.And a lot of ourisea Storcj. Also, 2 of the most valuable Allotments of Land in the Township. &e., &e., C. The attention of parties in search of good dairy stotk, and others, is parti lauhrly called to this most important sale, on accou.t of the ow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

STEAIM TO MIELBOURNE. TlIE fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albeit every FRIDAY. jlorses wsill be carried to or from Port Albert at 0B0, each. Freight(-Gold, 2d per ouince. Par cels over 200 ounces, :ld. • Cld, n p: priub-ioos-sba onteard ,t the Customs before 19 .ocloeka.n.., on the day, of sailing. Return. 'rickets..,... ........:. Available for 14 'days. : For freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, HO\VDENN & do.;' Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees':'isk when landed.. All goods :discharged, if not removed from the whar f before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at co'nsignees' risk and erpense. " Telegraph' ine of 'Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT.' n FIVE HORSECOACR .will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, every WVENsD.iY at 6 am., carrying passengers to meet the Steamer,. returning ? lmodiately after her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked through ifrcm 1tielbouone to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURRO WS;i Agent, Port ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

,aMELBOURNEL WAoRK1$TS D.nlmahoy Crmpbell and Co: s Report. Fat Cattle -This week 27tli Miy, the seieip il did nut eacced 1155 head. On'?onday 'the atten danc?of . tuypra ww large, and biddingsin oro epiritol than last weekol ard an in provemeut of fully 10:por lieet.wai obtai'ed throughout. On Wednesoda the Femojinaer of the, oupply o epened, a;nd sanlesiowroaeffected at °ibbitt tlj·aime prices asN the firot day. We q noti pirme' ens bullo ks at from £7 to £8 5sa good, do from `£5 s. to £6 5s; inferior to sioand do, from £2;5 to £4 5s; primo cows, from £510a to £0,15s;.good dg, from £4 to £1 15s; inferior to aegond do, from £0 15s to £3-5:'" at Calves.-Tho :slpply amounted tio 10 head. : We have no alterition to notice in pricea.. Prime quality brought from 35s to 41naieco nd do, frornt I5 to 25e - ; -UCherles Brown's eReporLt,iA) CBitltti .-Tjn supply thiuwieeuk 27th hay 1155 hed; wa more moderate then for. sormp yeokn poet, but etill' byond t. e o. equireme? . of the.-trade ,The ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1865               SCARCELY three weeks have elapsed   since it became generally known   that pleuro-pneumonia had appeared     on a station in the north-eastern por tion of North Gippsland. This un pleasant information, as maybe sup posed, caused considerable conster nation amongst the stock-owners of the middle and western districts and prompt action was taken by these gentlemen for the purpose of testing the feeling of the district as to the best means of confining the disease to where it had originally appeared. and staying any further spread of the contagion. A public meeting was accordingly called, and the ap peal responded t6 by one of the larg est assemblages ever met together in Sale. This meeting was made up of cattle-oawners of all classes, from the :proprietor of a, milch cow to the owner of vast herds of fat and s...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 5 June 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES . SIR, -In your last issue you noticed that the "Ariel" cutter had tried to come in the entrance or the lake. Allow me to inform you and the public that such is not the case. I was down at the entrance at the time the cutter sailed past. Mr. Roadknight and several friends thinking it was the cutter chartered by Dreverman for Bairns- dale, took a walk down to the entrance to see her come in. There was little or no surf on at the time, and she could have come in with perfect ease and safety had she tried, but she sailed past without making any attempt to do so. About a week after, I saw Mr. Stirling at Mr. Roadknight's station, and asked him if he had seen anything of the cutter, when he told me that the blacks said there was a vessel a-shore at the entrance to the Snowy River, the cutter having evidently made the same mistake as the Victoria, when she was down. The smoke seen and supposed to be from Roadknight's station, must have been from Mr. St...

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