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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 — 12 June 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. do not hold ourselves rosposuible for'the .opiuions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE OIPFaLAND TIMES. SIR,-I have more than once asked I myself the question, why there should not he a Sale Philharmonic. The con cert given the other night at the Mecha nics' proved that we have a considerable amount of musical talent among us ; and I if so, we may surely desire that it should be cultivated and further developed. If a Society were formed, the first year's subscription would both provide a stock 1 of music and ptly for the use of a good- i sized room at the weekly practice. We I ,should require a conductor, whom we I would doubtless find in one resident pro fessor of music. His expenses might be met by an agreement on the part of the Society to assist him in occasional concerts, of which he should receive tie benefit. If a few nersons interested il the musi cal advancement of the district will meet together and discusi the subject, the So cietv may be launched...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. The first hospital surgeons and medical authors of Europe admit' the unparalleled 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 country, 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, disease, and neutralizes the fiery elements which feed and exasperate the malady. RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA, ERYSI PELAS. These are among the most terrible and agonizing diseases, yet in their worst forms, and when seemingly incurable, they invariably disappear under a perse vering application of this soothing, healing antidote to pain and inflammation. KING'S EVIL, FEVER SORES, STIFF JOINTS. In cases of King's Evil where medicinal waters, lotions, and every recipe of the pharmacopcia ,have proved useless, the Ointment will a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRINGER'S CREEK. June 6th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (FROI A COIIRESPONDENT.) June Gih, 1863. There haln so little change taken place in the workings of the muin Creek, that toy news from this portion of the dig gings will be very stale this week. The bottom portion of the Creek still conti nues to turn out good wages, and a few claims have given some rich paddocks, and very hcavy prospects haveo been got. The upper portion of the Creek, where the stripping is isuch deeper, is nearly deserted, but the majority of those who have left have taken up ground on the Thomson, which will no doubt be the Gippsland el dorado neot suummer. There are not more than 100 miners remaining on the main Croeeok, giving you some idea that a good number must soon bn on thi r spurs eto the Thomson. The right hand branch lhntauirned out very mnuch better th,'i Was expected, Charley Sherwoodl's and Bnffilo's party being among the lucky ones. Tie goldl they are getting is of a heavy and very superior description. Although this Creek is taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

STEAM TO iVELBOU URNE. THIEfin e screow Steamship KEERA 1 will leave. port 'Albert every FRIDAY. , orses will be carriefl to or from Port Albert at 30g, each. Freight--lold,' 2d.' per ounce. Par eels over 200 ounces, 1}d. Gold, for shipment; must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets...... ........£5. Available fdr 14 days. For. freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, .HOWDEN, & CO., 'Wharf-street, P.ortAlb.ert. All goods at,consignees':; risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'ciock p.m., will.bo stored at consignees' risk and expense. ' Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. A FIVE .HORS COACH will Sleave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, every. W DNEBDAY at 6 a m., carrying passengers to meet the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Fares .. . .30s. Passengers and: Parcel's. Booked through from Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agenit, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Agent, Por...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

BIRTH. At the Fulton, on the 10th inst., the wife of A. L. Pearson, Esq., of a son. MARRIAGE. At Glenmaggie, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. W. S. Login, Presbyterian Church, Sale, William Bain Ross, youngest son of the late Sergeant Donald Ross, 21st Royal Fusiliers, Tain, Ross Shire, Scotland, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Ewen Mclntosh, Slate, Inverness Shire, Scotland. No cards.

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

J " icrslanh < ir . Tug Mrellgme Arqus. of the 4th instant, .a:ai}n allu des, to pleuro pneumonia in Gippsland, and this time, in terms so explicit, and, at the same time, so untruthful that we cannot, in justice to the district, permit their statements to pass with out contradiction. "A proclama tion," says the agricultural article of that journal, "l!as been issued, declaring the portion of Gippsland south-west of the lakes, and the La Trobe and M'Alister rivers to be still a glean district, thus cutting off a rather greater part of the occupied country than the settlers themselves Sished. But no. number of procla mations will make a distriot clean if it be not so, and from what came out at the meeting on this subject a couple of weeks since, there is little doubt that the contagion has been already conveyed to the very port, ifunot to Tasmania and New Zealand, a consummation for which the cattle, owners in those places will not thank us, but one which will effectually ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

TOWN TALK. U The sum of L92 10s. has been allocated to the Sale Mechanics' Institute for the purchase of books. This munificent gift will enable the committee to considerably extend the sphere n of usefulness ,f this already useful institution, h by providing a largo number of the best and t most instructive works of the preseut day. At a meeting held on Mfonday evening at t the Club Hotel to consider the reply of the t Chief Secretary to the municipal petition. Mr. Itoss was requestesd to take thechahr,which he did, but owing to some mieunderstauding. he after a short time res'ignd, and Dr. reek took the chair in his place. The petition was returned on account of some techuicalities, and a committee was appointed to get these cor rocted, and forward the amende.l petition to the proper quarter. The meeting then ad journed for fourteen days to receive the report of the committee. A voto of thanks having been given to the chairman, the meeting sepa rated. Since the. meetingthe committ...

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SALE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th June. A. Arbuckle, W. Pearson, and J. M. Allen, Esqrs., on the Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Stnrday, 6th June. A. Arbuckle, W. Pearson, and J. M. Allen, Esqrs., on the Bench. William Besoff was arraigned under a charge of cattle stealing from the Taberabbara run. Sergeant M'Donald, who prosecuted on the part of the Police, said that the graver charge had been withdrawn, but that he amended the police sheet, and he now charged the pri soner with having a portion of a carcass and a hide in his possession, for which he could not satisfactorily account. Mr. Atkinson, who defended the prisoner, protested against bringing the prisoner up on the second charge. He was prepared with evidence which must have dismissed the charge of cattle stealing, but he was taken by surprise, and he had no means of communicating with the prisoner so that he might he able to bring forward evidence to acquit his client of the minor charge. The Bench, however, decided that the cases were so nearly identical in proof, that they would proceed with the inquiry. John Reed, mounted cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

SMITH'S GENERmAL STORE1 W H. SMITH has much pleasure in announcing to his Friends and the SPublic in General that he has Just Opened "up a Splendid Assortment of NEW. GO . ODS.. Suitable for the Season. A. call will satisfy any one that the variety is excellent, the prices moderate, - and the articles genuine. W. H. S. selects his Goods from the Largest Importers in Victoria. VICTORIA. HOUSE, SALE. Large Arrivals of Winter Goods in the Drapery, Clothing, and Boot and Shoe Departments. IT affords us much pleasnre in announcing to the inhabitanta of Gippaland that, having returned from the Metropolis, we are in a position to exhibit one of the MOST VARIED and BEST SELECTED stocks ever submitted to public inspection. Through our intimate knowledge in the trade'and our long experience with the requirements of the district, we may safely assert that our present Winter Assortment will retain for us that reputation we have hitherto possessed for keeping the MOST 31 DERN and USEFUL descript...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

MONDAY, 1-5711 JSE,N Sale by Auction. j' TO CARP.IERS, FARMEIS, AND 0THiSl. o0: I- o J SEWELL has re-eired ipstrce- i2 Sticns from Mr. JazEs TArtLO, rie. Warrigul Creek, to sell by Puboic Auc- ; tion, at the Exchlane Yards, Foster- an street, Sale, on the o. tre d-te, the first res draft of 50 head cf Cuilt sad Fillies, namel r, .25 Head of drauht Colts and Fillies, somee uitbe for lig'h harnessr and coaching purpo-.'iS. " Positively without rrserve. Sale at 12 o'clock, non . cin For Eale, tifi BB ULLOCK DRAY (Sydney make) an d Tarkling for six bullovl;!.- Price moderate. J. SE-WELL, Auctioneer. D. . S C G OL ME, - .Auctioneer,' rmiG: roN_" AGENT, is -'IF- -- . ---fft ,,,Tt 'l -M'COLE, AUCTIONEER, ha "JD for. Private SALE a Team of Nine Working BULLDCKS, all iq first rate condition. ---------------- I I. OTIC: rec To Farmers, Carriers, and Others. as -- to TIIE undesigned has for SALE some is -J splendid up-sanding heavy draught COLTS and FILLIES. At -Also, First-rate light harness ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

COMMERCIAL. i M3ELBOURNE iMARETS. W. E. and A. S. King's PReport.-Cattle.- e The market has been again over-supplied d writh inferior and second rate quality, which met with a?ery slight demand, and had to be f old at low prices. The upply of really Oa.-and prime cnttle was short. of the demand and the few that were penned brought, if anything, higher prices than last wceek's rates. We qqote bey' pens of bullocks broulght £8 to £9 10s; se-ond do do £5 to £6. Inferior sore rates-best pen of corws, £5 to £6; second do £3 10s to £4 10s. We have sold t 194 b?nd B.got's at £3 15s Sd bullocks ' £3 Is 5d cows; also 194 head of cows from Gippsland at £3 10s 7d. Calves.-The veal market has been largely supplied, and chiefly with inferior calves; good to prime may be quoted at 35s to .40l. orses-There has been a large amount of business got through since. our. last report. The attendance of several buyers for the Neo Zeala nd, Indian and other markets has had a beneficial effect on sales, all...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

SHIPPLNG INTELLIGiENCE. 1JI1T A LBERTT. ' Analuzv --June 4. Keera. s.s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, fronm MIe! be?o-e. T-rnbu1, Ecdnu 1 Co., ejen3s. June 6. General Jesup, 191 tone, C. Hodge, from Hobart Town. C. Hodge, agent. mutnOns-June 4. Keea from Melbourne, 57 cases genera, °_ pkg' dre I fruits, 51 pigs tea, 51 baog sugo r. S plgs cFfee, 12 pk s beer, 2 qrcaslss ad 12 cases rwine, 1 hhd 2 qr casos and 4 co. tr-nndy, I keg rum, 2 pkgs tcbrcno, and sun. dry free goode Ju· General Jessup, item Hobart Town, 10 cases apples. .0woc:--June 5. Seers, for Melbnurne, 2597 ounces gold. June 6. Loebard, for Dunedin, 69 head cattle, 4 horses, SO pigs, ?N) geese and turkeys, 6 goats, and 10 calvos. June 9. Swnordfsh, for Dunedin, C1 held cattle. June 10. Helen S. P~gn, for launceston, 82 head General UJssup, for Hobart Town', 70 head cattle. CLEaRZD or-June 5. Keer, for Melbonni:e. June 6. Lombard, for Dunedin. Jcne 9. SwordfBsh, for Duulin i. June 10. Helen S. Page. for Lacnceto.: :. General Je...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 June 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. A CRINOLINE TALE. —A good story is now going the rounds of the town res- pectinga lady, the extreordinary ainplitmle of whose crinoline got her into a " fix" when leaving a clhurch in the western township, on Sunday evening last. It steels that her crinoline stuck fast in one of the porches or inner doors of the buil ding, where she remained for some time immnovably fixed, tugging and struggling to pull through, and threatening destruc tion to hoops and a genoerl cdnlapsa of extolded garmenets. Ultimately she had to remin i near the door until the congre gation had passed out, when steps were taken to release the devoteo of fashion fron her volulntary captivity.-Ballaarat Star, Juno 8, ErECTno VTEOTaTIO c-A salad, colt slating of mustard aid cress, Pays a re cent writer, may be prodsuced by means of the fellowing process:-Im:lmecee the seed for two or three ldays iii dilated t oxymuriatic acid a,fter which sow it in v a very light soil, and platce over it an metallic ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

P ARLLT, MP-T! RY. In the L :. atvre C eutl?, n the t0dt I Sir H Ic-r z':rc-i '. t. ano ,eS ,e sented to hei Exe-1:c., rpry::g for the pnoduction ,f t.I c-re.:sv'ncC e and pap-s i reopeciOng penoie s to respo?nibte inis::-te. The hon. member a o aro r s:e.:in re questing Mi e s:e. the oper ations of .ymy re;tls:,ns on the su:jc:t .::il! the paperes lrdbeen dib c e- 0. y .P. rirt en.Laa r. Fawkner sezonde4 the motoi. .Nu' penosion shabuli be gorta--, exceptnlg un;i:r extraordinary ci cuIea c t- e. a : ? . acitcheii went over the history of the tiesti. a . ' -Sr. Feli rws reco n- en-ei the l-[ ,u.: not to interf.ere. It was the i-teati'n of the Ca. esitution Act to p!ac??e the v;, aitsn as to r-en-ions -v.ed the coat-en. of Palivme:at, and no go od cqid arle Ir- asr e .sae: ing gie:e to the mrooioen. Mr. Coae th-ought pentsins should be abo. iiated by bil. A.f:er s:-:e cbsercvaiens in reply froc:u Mr. Baerre. STIe moteaa ws ag-reed to ,o fifteen to The Ho?se then went into committee o...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. [VIA SUEZ.] LONDON, MAY 6. 3.30. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

LATEST TELEGRAM, [vIA SiUEZ.] LONDON, M&a 6. 3.30. rp.m War remours abalted. tRussia hoa replied in a conciiiatory manner to tile notes of the three powers respecting Poland. The PeterhoTff' mail has been sur rendered Ie thle Federal Government. T The Fcdleral attack on Charleston ended in a crushing defeat. The Chuirch-ratoe Abolition Bill has been loPt by a majority of ten. Sir Ilenry.Barkly is trannformod to tho, Governoisliip ' of 'tho' liuritius. Sir Chiderl., I1bligu, SwuccCdi th e1t Ou" Ver.lllntent of Victoria. Th'IO utli1 ial ifl .I y into the wreck of It 11.S. Orphene hat& terniiiitAl in her IJos hoibln attributel ti to t he wnt of proper pilotnge arrari crneutq. We oIi, at tire opening sale, were fully a peon"Y per pound lower. B.uitt; rote tehrm per cent.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

2 ir Rý,NDýrr jiS2 ilgricoln."-rhoiab. ýsdcrts ur l' lectiot on the 22nd instant were not with drawVn at thie date of the last Govorertcti Oa. ;ette received by us.

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

AMERICA. NEW YORK, Arnpn 10. Nine iron clad Federal ste.mners crossed Charleston Bar on the 7th; moving :p the harbhor towardls Forts Sumter and Moultrie in single file, to attack those furts. In the -pass?ge eup tie hlarbour a complete network of ob stenctious stretching right nerosa the diferelit channels was discovered, ren dering it imepossiblo to pass. Tllp en gagement then commenced, anti lste;l two hours, when the fleet hald to retreat with five of the iron-clads seriously dam aged ; one of them sankohortly afterwards from the damage received. Daring the last thirty minutes of tile engagement the firing is described as- being terrific, never before equalled in warfare. Three hundred Confederate guns, mostly Whitworths, poured a concentrated fire tpon the fleet. IIad the ships not re turned they woull, certainly have been all destroyed. One vessel received ninety shots, and was horribly riddled. Another received fifty nine, and another fifty-eight; while the turrets and pilot ...

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Holloway's Pills are the best [?] the world for the following [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

Ilolloway's Pill. are the bi rI" the wcorld for the folloein'Jy Ague Female Irregui Asthma laritiesa Bilious Corn- Feversof 0ll plabints kinds totclheson the Gout Skin ead-ache Bowel Corn- Iadigestion i plaints . inflammatio0 Colice I.Jaudic I Constipation of Liver Col the Bowels plaints i Consumption Lumbago Debility Piles Dropsy ltheionaftisml Dysentery Retention of Erysipelas Urino Fits Sore ThroJts Sold at the Establishlinlent HorLLOWAY, 244 Strand (n"er LlAlnon ; also by all rerpect?l Dealors in Medicinea throilgh10 w.rld. , Thro is a cousidlorablo a"" the larg: r siz7 N'.B.-Directions for the g)i".o: in every disorder are ll te1"l rriuted aud published by G"'0 T'n alPrarA~ x TMl uE

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, APRIL, 27. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

COMMERCIAL. b LONDON, Alrto,.27. v The money market durilig the month 0 has been generally steady. Oa the 23rd it of April, the Bank of England reduced a the Ininitunin rate of diseout from.four 0 to three and a half per cent. d The arrivals of specio have been I henvy. The demand for exportation is 5 less than usual. tl Australian Gove?nmnint gecuritids in ti good demand, at advanced vilue, for it steady investment. " Itevenno tables to thde end of March It are satiefactory. The total rdvinue for ( the year ending 31st March, 1862, was £ti9,671.000.. That for. the year just passed was £70,603,000. This increase f completely illustrates the stability of the I count ry. Mr. Gladlstone unfolded his budget on the 16th April,'to a crowded House. lie spoke for thrce.hours. Ills exposi tion of the financial system, at home and n abroad, was considered one of tho ablest c analyses ever heand in the -House of s Commons, The ditty on tea will be re duced from is. 5d. tols., and the In- a com...

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863

CONTINENTAL NEWS, FRANCE. Paris has been bewildered during the week by rumours of wars. Napoleon spends hours daily in close study of the maps of Prussia, Poland, and Austria. Orders have been sent to all ports and naval arsenale, that iron-clod vessels, when ready for sea, are to rendezvous at' Cherbourg, and a report is to"be for warded to the Emperor imlimediately on the reserve fleet, as to all thidi,' neces snry for its eqnipment for active service. All this seems to Imtoken war. ' In consequence of a misunderatandimn between M. Folild, Minister of lisance, and his colleague, AM. 1lagnse,tthe lntter hIns been removed from the Ministry. Additional troops havo been scnt to Mexico. ITALY. Intelligence from Rome indicates that the Popo's health isfailing. The M[organatic union of Victor lain- Si manuel with M[ademloisello .Rosina, ,n vei druinuer'.s daughter, but now elevated (to the rank of a countess, is un fail II accompli. l Signor c.riai, lately Premier of Italy, pr is dying. ...

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