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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
GIJEAT REDUCTION IN THE PRndE OP BOOTS & SHOES.' SjST. RE.CEIVL'D, .at the GIPPS J LAND :'M1 ART,t;ex ". Redan," from Bristol, 10.?trunks of superior- made U: K fb: - SBOOTSlAN'D: SHOES, of every descripjtion,:which will be sold at a Great Reduttion bn-former prices. NOTICE. I R. W. LEGGE',o VOCAL CLASS L' UVl will meet in future on TI-UItS. DAY evenings, at Mr. JEssos's, York street, at.8"15 p.m. Sale Cometary. IT having been notified to mne that seovetal parties are in the habit of Breaking down the Fence round the Salo Cemetary, to sfford ingress and egress for their Cattle and IHor?cs, Take Notice, that on and after this date, all such Cattle and Horses shall be IMPOUND. ED when T'respassing, and the owners I'IPRUSECUTEI) to the utmost rigour of the law. DANIEL M'G IElE, 11on. Sec. 4th June, 18(3. Lime, Lime, Lime, BUGGY CREEK LhIM11 WORKS. First .clas, Lon,: to be had of the un. uderoigued tfr Ia. GIl. Ipt bushel, or of Mr. Sa.?tm.;b .litchnr'r, York-street, saleo, for"...
ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY WITH THE APRIL MAILS. ADELAIDE, JUNE 14, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY WITH THE APRIL MAILS. TROM TIE " ARGUS" TELE5OlA~I OP 15m Jo.u. ADELAIDE, Juoc 14, 4 r.u. The Penitnsulsir and Oriental Com pany's steamship Bombay, Captain Methven, nrriy.Sd at the Sound at eleeon o'clock p.m., on the 9th instant. She left Galle on the 25th ult. Captain Reid, ItN., Admirality agent. - Passengers.-For IIelbourne; Count de Castlemrnine (Viscount Castlemaine ?), Madame Fonsica and child; Sir Greville Smyth, Cnptain Paul, Captain Tyler, Messrs. Coombe, Ockenden, Bgtler, Donulas, Taylor, and Rleader. For Sydney : Mr. and Mrs. Alger and two children, Dr. Kenwick, and Mr. I[eussler. The 'I ombay experienced strong south-east gales throughonut the voyage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
TECA TO IMJELBQ OIY NEei fiae screw Steamsiii ICEEB1 A ` save I 'o: oirt, AI ert every the Customs before 10 o'clocka.m. the day of sailing. Return Tickets ......... ....... . Available for 14 days. For freiglht or passage apply to URNBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., 'harfIstreet, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when nded. All goods discharged, if not moved from the wharf before 4 o'clock 1., will be stored at consignees' risk! d expense. a co Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT.: FIVE ILOIISE COACI-I will leave the ROYAL EXCHIANGE OTEL, Sale, overy WEDNESDAY at arm., carrying passengers to meet o Steamer, returning immediately ter her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers and Parcels Booked rough fromn Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILE Y, Agent, Sale. TAlOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port lbert. SIIPSON and NEILLY, Agent, SFlinders street west, Melbourne. FRENCHi'S SFIVE- IOR3E COAOHw FARES. ort Albert to Salo .. £1 10 0 ort Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 ale to Bald IIll ., . 0 1...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
BIRTH. &nbsp; On the 15th instant, at Grassdale, Sale, Mrs. Richard Quinan, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 16th instant, by special license, at Saint Paul's Church, Sale, by the Venerable Arch- deacon Stretch, M.A., William de Tracy, third son of the late William Moore Tracy, Esq., M.R.C.S., late of Hill-street, Berkeley Square, London, to Adeline Grace Widdrington, only daughter of John Widdrington Hall, Esq., of Castle Hill, Sydney, New South Wales. Divine Service will be held in tlhq Presby terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday inext, at 12 o'clock lioon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m. Also at Bairnsdale, at 11 a.m. On Sunday next, the Ven. the Archdeacon will (D.V ) conduct Divine Service at St. Paul's isn the morning at 11.30, and in the evening at 6.30. The Rev. J. Firth will cos.u duct Divine Servics at Rlosedals on Sunday netr, in the mnornit tt 11.30
THE WEDDING OF GENERAL TOM THUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
THE WEDDING OF GEtERt .L TOI TtIIE-3B. t The Nei. York ju:r n'.s of t:e 11;ri ,escription. li Tra:I ?tha::i: fl .h ,. of tile nlupis te oCe c ,r.e Tom thu:nb, ahwse p.eron_0l aFp :ear: e ,hen e: :ibirtlc :mnr. , years in this count:rr. de.ub. less yet li g n h :i: e : .. ,ry ef many ,r f our re-ders. 'i:is remirkihk. I, arriae w?as ceebratei a:t G uce Church. Bro.d-way, - the 10:i is .., :h cere many beiv:1 pierif e b. '" R'"." . :. " Wiley. of ?hi.: eto:t .n::e;ut. l. as sis:e id b h I . Dr. "ay!or," of Ne Y or: :. P .? .sa -' over tire a n.. ce: cants of the tridegro 1:-. it ma: be ,t t.e1 that the brideo, .Eis Lav'nia Warre-, ia lineal decen ed lit f the W arrens of revol autimary mna:ry. ,:he n as bora in Midd-e i:or ,' Piy::wsth couity, Mass., O.tober 31, 1-42, ..1:! is, therefore, now 21 'years of ae. Until L'aviia was a year old, she ;.,s of the usual size: from that tim-e he icrea ed in stature slowly, land ctased growing et tir.ly when she was tin rears of oe. \iss Lvilhia ...
THE "INVERCARGIL TIMES" ON PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
TIE " INVEROARG}IL 'L'IMLES" ON PLEURtO-PNEU3IONIA IN ren GIPPSLAND. the As we are aware that all elrsse? of cat-tr tle-owvners in Gippslandl r are naxiouely lcoking for the opinions of the New o" Zealand jorunals, as c, the plroba bla ane tin of the Ortgo Government relative rn r to the. disease of pleuroi-pneuno:aia im- h in puted by the Argus to exist in this dis - trict, we , foy thu tollowing extract from the loader of the iiovercayil Timer mn of the 5th inst. :-- In .o 1 A very short time has elapsed since it we endeavoured to show that Southland L re would derive considerable advantage n nr from an alteration in the cattle importa- p, 1- tion rules. We urged that the restric- as e0 tions at present in force were calculated to to exercise a baucful influence on the bi prosperity of the Provicc,. and we re- o1 n, comniendied that importations might be allowed from Gippsland, that part of CI Victoria having hitherto been perfectly ,. d free from pleuro-pneumonia. By the C( I, la...
A PEOLIFIC GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
A Pourirc Go.AT.-. Ag .t breoneingai : to Mr. Stephen Yi:,lC'rt, uf Spring Gar-1 deins Pretn, !:,e y gave birth to no less than sx ki.',s. A USEfC" C'o-lsIST.--ThI - Kyneton Guardian appends to a n oice of the i vital sta'tims of the distri;:, the follow ing:-'- Asan instance Cf the ratiitivy with which this por:ion :f Vicoria is b- i coming penpled, rwe may s:ae, oipn onr: own anthority, that a young man, 34' years of ase, l;si his thirteenth cuil .i presented to Ihin the oth-r day." TUE Pfr ryTSiA.kx CIUI:CHI. DALLA. r~A.--T'h ' crtiionoyi of i;iieiting the ] ter.- Mark Dixon into the Pre'bvterinai r : ministiV tmk place last Wednesday at c :the Pr1-'rterian Church, Smeaton, ntd Swas mn.'t nnmeror.ly and res-ctably I -: s ttendt.-lic0arat Sta-, .Tuie G. A -SCTci i rP.Ko PA:ts.-At ther Batis d ine B.r n-.-.n.ii , rra t;: fir;-: ,irett:.il- . w:' wooded l.k1P, .:,; v .:y:u:, ;,l be icen atji aboin4 o'ciAck i:. the s;t.ierf';on tie Erm- if peror and EuI r:-.", hi.r -i uc', accom- i p...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
MISCELLANEOUS. :I.M.S. Harrier sailed from Sydney. on Saturday, with 150 of the troops ordered for service in Taranaki. GAs AT IOLeuWOOD.-We hear from : a reliable scource that preparations are on foot in Inglewood for the purpose.. of forming a company for supplying the town with gas.-Bendigo Advertiser, 5th June. Somt revolting disclosures haveo been recetitly made in Melbourne respecting th3 doings of the " Beardies," or, as they designate thenmselves, " New Israelites." ' Two partics have been fined the sum of £50 each for hlving on their promises amidst thu Dandenoug Ranges nsome-,: distilliig apparalus and wash ready for , e rnnuing through ; the worm was miss T. nhe floods at East 3allaarat, Taradale, and other places i thie western districts ,t of Victoria have lone considerable da SInmage to propertyin these localities. Lin more than one inatance, huian, life has been sacrificed. ce Several petitions praying that the -.r ' :o ul Licensed Victuallers Amendment Act e many be ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
L GENERAL SU\IJMLR?Y, LONDON, APtur, 27. :1 ar probable between the Great Powers il Rullssia, and between Eng land and A ecricn, Her lMajesty continues i: good health. The Prince and Princess of W\ales are everywhere receiving enthusiastic recep tions. Prince Alfred is quite recovered. Princess Louis of -Iesse-Cassel gave birth to a dt9ghter on the 5th of April. S .The HIouse of Comlhions has vqted .£580,000 to complete the sum required for the Prince Consort's mnemorial. Sir G. Cornewall Lewis, Secratary for-War, died suddenly on the 13th, 1 Lord Grey is appointed his successor, and the Marquis of Hartington, Under k Secretary. s Anxiety prevails in England pnd ex , citemont in Alperica, as to the prospect of an impending rupture between the two Governments. The Federal Govern mont, with a view to divert public at Stention in America from the feaorful re verses sustained in the conflict with the d South, is inflaming the popular feeling p against England, and there is the chrtlItee...
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY JUNE 19, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
FR?D.AY) JUYiU15t " 1863.i, Oun pleuro-pnieuimonia meetings, as sisted by the rArqus, have consum mated the mischief which was so eminently to be direaded from the injudicious, action taken in making a mountain out of a mole-hill. It is not denied that pleuro-pneumonia has been .for some time on one sta tion in Gippsland, yet we are at this moment uinaware whether it is the contagious disease or not, and unless assisted by certain facts of contagion having beenr communicated by the diseased beasts to other cattle, we have grave doubts of any peost nortem examiner being able to say whether the disease was contagious or not. 'ThIe mislhap which we dreaded is now accomplished, and the New Zealand ports are proclaimed closed to Gipps land. Such being the case, it would be ungracious on our part to re proach any party or parties with having, by apathy or ienention, in any way aided in this undesirable result I but we must say that if the few large cattle-holders who reside to the eastwar...
Health and Cheerfulus[?] PHILOSOPHY AND FACT HOLLOWAY'S PIL[?] THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
Health and Cheerfult PHILOSOPHY AND FAC HOLLOWAHY'S p TIHE EXCITING CAUSE OF Sp The blood is the life.susttaini It furnishes the components of muscle, nerve andl itegumme stomach is its manufactory, th and veins its distributors, and th, the channels through which matter rejected in its producti pelled. Upon the stomach, the and thebowsels, these Pills a:t ously, relieving indigestion, pm; fluids, and regulating both the and the excretions. THE NATIONAL COMPLA Dyspepsia is the most commu among all classes in this c assumes a thousand shapes, r primary source of innume dangerous maladies; but s type or symptoms, however oh resistance to ordinary pre. yields readily and rapidly tothi and unerring remedy. SICK HEADACHE WITIIH APPETITE. A certain cure for headae appetite, and low spirits. TI nisy be taken without dangerh cold. and require no testraint ness or pleasure. They stret stomach, and promote a healthy the liver, purifying the blood, the s:.in, bracing the nerves, ad ting the sy...
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
TOWN TALK. W. Butler, Esq., late of Landsborough, has. been appointed Police ,sfagistrate and Wardcen at Jericho, Jordan gold-fields. The following gentlemen hawo been ap. pointed managers of the Bundelagua Foar mer's Conmmon :--,fessr. John Cobain, Wm. Merry, and James Smith. We have much pleasure in calling attention to the exquisite caries de risite now executed by Messrs. Vize and Duval, at their establish. ment in Iltymiond-street. A largo number of these.petit portr?its are now on view, many of which represent, with a truthful reality almost unsurpassed, severdl of the leading persons resident in and about Sale. A visit will well repay anyone for the time spent, and likewise give the visitor an opportunity of getting his or her likeness committed to paper, from which an endless number of copies can be .be taken, and sent at the rate of a single post tage to any part of the world. Lest persous should tlhink we praising too highly these productions of our townsmen, we refrain fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
• r-? - ?,- -- .. .. . . . .. .. .. . 'or sale, I ULLOCK IA .\Y (Sylinev make) J nand 'l'ackli:n for six bullocks.- ' rice moderate. J. SE«WELL, Auctionler. Auctioneer, STOCK & COIMMIISSION AGENT, ;,_&lt; -S A t E NOTICE i, Farimers, Car:rier, and O1iera. f ti : _:i: E indersigned has fir SALTE some S. ld.; ` splendid upstanding heavy draught ?t:L;i. and FILLIES. Also, First-rata light harness and saddle lIOR iES. D. COLCOE, Auctioneer, Desailly-st., Sale. ,- : . PEARSON, ;St?\ -fyCom hi Sto1-nt Ient, SALE. A L. PEARSON hlas for SALE : SA well-grassed RUN, cappble of carrying 5000 sheep. Also, 200 Store Bullhcks. 100 do. Cots. 00 do.' Bullocks. 2 " Working Bullocks, - 100 Fat Bullocks. 2n lots-to suit purchasers. .GIPPSLAND MART. . TONS PRIME POTATOES on SSALE. JAMES DAVEY & CO.: : Seed Oats. :;: SPLENDID SAMPLE of the , ' ,above on SALE, at the GIPPS 4'.ND MART. 268e Important to Farmers. .it OR SALE, TWO WINNOWING 111MAClHINES, on the most im '.r ob'rveda p...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. leye 4 d Butchart's Report. Fat Cattle. again thid - h tlie? ipply beetn large 1033 head, most of which wore of inferior quality. Such as were good, fully realised our eipectationa, best beef touching 20s per 100 lbs., whilst inferior may be quoted as low as Gs Gd per 100 lbs. So long as the market is inundated with such rubbish, prices must be depressed. We sold, for John Johnson, Esq., of Mewburn Park, 200 good bullocks light weights, average, £7 Is.; cows and culls, from £3 10s 6.1 to £4 10s; also, 20 headt from £4 to £4 15s. Calves.-92 in. Sold at far rates. We sold 5 at 20s to 57s Gd; 25 at 31s to 40s; 6 at 20s to 21s. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co.'s Report. Fat Cattle.-This week a vory full supply amounting to 1533 head, chiefly of second to inferior qnualities, came to hand. At the open ing of the sales on Monday, there was a good attendance of buyers, and the competition was as spirited and prices as satisfactory as last week's, for everything of a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 June 1863
SIIIPPINCr INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnulvrD-June 11. Ieera, n.s., 111 tons. S. Patriek, from lMel bourne. Turnbull, IHowden & Co., agents. t?lronTrs-J-une 11. Keerm from Melbourne, 2 hhbd, 1 qr-cak, n.d 1l cases bt:rdy, 13 caoe gil, 5 qr casnk wlue, 10 qr osl;s ntld cases whikey, 7 pkg tobacco., 21- plh teo, I btugs sugar, S5 p.gs beer, 3 pkgs iLed frulits, 2 Ostc ?alllee, 2u5 bags lice, 1 qr ?csk ruin, U cases cordirls, and sundry free gotls. r!lPoiTs--Jiue 13. Kate Waters, itou Welsbpool, for Dunedin, 350 head cattle. ceanRED our--Julne 12. Keera, for Melbourne. June 13. Ktle Waters, for Dunedin. t.5tLEt).- Jutot 110. Swordfish, 155 tous, J. Roberts, for Du. uedin. Juine 12. Keero, e.s., 111 toau, S. Patrick, (or 'Mel buurue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863
SLACK & CO., Victoria. Store & Post Office, DONNELLY'S CREEK, H AVE-the LARGEST and BEST Assortment of all kinds of GOODS on the Creek. 20f 22my DUNCAN BROTHERS, -Wholesale Wino axd Spirit .lcrclhants, Sale. A.'.:, . A a Ld. . WOODS, RAYMOND STREET, ' SALE, House Painter; Writer. Grainor, mnil Palperhanger. 'White washing;i Coloring, Ac&e., Ac. Cari'ia)rj Paintcd on the most Reason! Sablea Torms and with Dispatch. Licensed rPorwarding Agents. TURNBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., i?ort Albert. Storage for Goods Free and Bond. 19s c W?atchmaker and Seweller, FosTkr STREET, SALE. MR. E. C( ANDERSON. FOSTER STREET, SALE, (Opposite tho Club Hotel,) ? ENE RAL REGISTRY OFFICE !. for Male and Female Servants. _30j e -'tI.UE T E -RE3 1., FOSTER STREET, SALE. CHARLES EYES & CO., Btld Sill, Wholesale IT'iie c5 Spirit .erchants and General Storekeepers. 17o17j BARNETT &S CANTOR, BALD HI LL-,: Tl'holesale WIine aid Spirit ilTerchants, and Gcneral Storekeeper....
PARLIAMENTARY. THE LAND ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863
PARLIAMENTARY. TIIHE LAND ACT A?IENDME\IT BILL. (rnon ThE ?,:CUS OF TnE 20Tin) Mr, Duffy, at twenty-six minutes to eight o'clock, began to address the House. Hle said if he interpreted aright the vote of the Hosuse on a previous occasion, the wish was, that ho should at that early period state the inten. tions of the Government. In doing so, he I was sure he would receive the sympathy of all t gcierous minds, seeing that the Government e were about to sever the relations that had attached a party of their supporters to them, and that on public grounds. He reviewed the circumstances that led tolthe introduction of the Land Act of 1862, and that induced the Govermusent to believe that the act was based on a just, a eeosible,. and a reasonable settle ment of the question. ;Since than he had never failed to endeavourito carry out the spirit of that agreement, and he would con tinue to do so until one party or the other withdrew from the engagagement, when he would hold himself at libert...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863
TO THE EDITOR OF Tilt GIPPSLAlD TIMES. SIn,-I am i'atheri urprised that the police have taken noanotico of the dis charge of fire-armtnusl nRaymond-street on yesterday (Sunday) during the hbur of the celebration of divine service, and o ithin one huildred yards of the Pres byterian Church. 'Whether this aflhir has come to thie knowledge of the police I know not, but as it oc€firred within lilfty yarde of t\he residence of two of the force, I may preslume that they have heard of the shots being fired. I be lieve the discllharging.fire-arms on. Sun day is pueislhable under the town and country police act, neverthllclea nume rons sportsmen are to be found about Sale on the Salbbath, taking no trouble to hide their gunl. The shot or shots, however, now umintiioned, were fired alhuist within the very prciLuetCt of the church, and l must have bier, heard by the whole of the congregation. I am, Sir, A LAYMAN.
A TRAGEDY IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863
A TRAGEDY IN HIGH LIFE. SI'Noi that the joyous days of masque rading and-revelry have passed away in Panriswehavetoturn to the sackcloth and ashes of repentance. Singular enough, tle very first day of Lent has been rar ked by a most painful and terrible event, •which has spread confusion and horror throughout: the whole Faubourg St. Germain..; The. tale is so strange, so filled with the elements of ronmlnce, that were'it not sure to become public in a. few. days, we should exporicnce some dr gree of BtIruple in recouiitti,.i ir.' Onrn f the fairest and mosmt wealthy o thi' ,lri'r- *' Sessei:who inhabit: the vast andi i ?iriinl.v ' . mansion- of the line .St .'1)D;)iilii'ic lini J lust . conmmittded. siititiide ;idr.:cir cnt co :L :: stances of.the most eexrtiraodii'ri nnt-ii.' 1 h i'ho yonngslaidy,-whbos botutyjrlhul n' ; readiy: -,becoinme. colclbrted,'i ws the - 'aliiihtor of the widowed Duchess - , n wlh,.t icdevtilng herself entirely to the ei ihipj'iess of her. two children, li...
ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863
ENGLAND AND AMERICA. 'The discussions inl Parliameut on the subject of our ' relations" with America place beyond all dolbt the 'periloas crisis in which both countries are placed. It is not alone that rashit and ill-judging orators on both sides of the Atlantic have been doing their best to fan the fl.une of hostility; b;ut that special cir eunistances have arisen to give point to their taunts and recriminations. Oa ilthe side of America there is the com plainst against Etngland for the assist antce which her shipbuilders have afforded to the Contfederates, by con. o structing vessels for therm; and on tihe part of England there is the ntuch more tangible. charge against America of seizing merchant vessels bound for neutral ports, and. sending them to prize courts, without sutfficient grounds, or, after inflicting considerable delay and loss on the owners, setting themt free again. So far as there exists any iusti fication for accusing the English Govern ment of showing favour to t...