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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

s. Tsro.,-Te following, quotation i? ortein, but..wronglyv, ;ttributed, tb BKirk 'White; :It really ocuenr it,; i aplty.ot onarv's taand is.. : sl? ele?? se as, ol. ?usio -:hatjt charmns to'isootho ilthosavage To softeti regkp' or. bend a .?notted olk.a I'rvs eddthat tlin?g, iu;iiinints hivei moved, And, as with living souls, lih? beeu informed, By imtgi n?m..er?,- ad :persunsivo a ltoutd. `'OAiiivonAsr a 'V I -Le=Li yoear' Cali fornia mtldo 700,000 gallons oft wine. This year. the'yielil will be o1,000,0,0 golol~ts or; moro; .and the ratio of in crensai wilI be alarge o"t6i for threu'.or four years., .Tho question of wind casks is not a trifl to tito indnstrial interests "?L the: Sti to.Ala California,' 28th .. ar . ..h ). ... . . .

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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DONNELLY'S CREEK. June 17th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK, (Yaon A COII LCSPONDENT.) Juno 17th, 1803. Nows from this place was not of much into rest for the past few weeksl, but now I snip pose we shall have somne deceled knowledgo of the vanluo of our rcofe. A month moro, I think, will see the mnchine at work on the Albion the one for the Crinolino ought to be ready as about the name time. 'Tlhe crook clamis are not doing so well as I should like theso flow lnst ooks, but weo have ohd a great deal of rain to utop tile slliciers, and the sprs are beinbg mre uWork.:l.l thie p,I,le thulght, fur very goa.l gall is bei: tofa- I is thiml -in frct, sonme are muchl better thl tareeh claimns, while the relos are still looking up. In Billy'., the prospector of the Albion, a twelfth share changed hauls last week at LI5), the only transaction that I cmt learn has taken place, people seeming to stick by their shares ats long as possible. In the White Star It.eof the stone is lookinh richer and riohoer-in fact, there is not a reef like...

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LATEST NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, 12.30 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

LATEST NEWS FROM NEIW ZEALAND. rFiRO TnE "AGU0s" TaELMGAM. SYDNEY, SATURDAY,.12.30 A.M. By tile steamer Prince Alfred we have dates from Nelson to the 13th instant. On the 4th instant, the troops, under General Cameron, proceeded to Taitarni manka, at six o'clock n.m., and opened fire with the Armstrong battery on a native redoubt. The 57th Regiment at tackted the rifle-pits, oni the right of the position, driving the enemy into the re doubt. They then.fixed bayonets, d stormed the redolbt, killing every na tive a ithin it. Colonel Logan and Captain Short claim the'honour of having been first in. ''The men behlaved well, and nothing could resist the impetuosity of the attack, Colonel Warre's party pursued the flying enemy. The brunt of the action was borne b the 57th, and General' Cameron compl meoted themn on the spot, caving t colonel should be proud to command i'" fine a regiment, and adding, ," Well done, 57th !" The Armstrong guns did good ser vice, as didl Colonel Logan's part...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

ýl .TI-ILa:O - hu Wrr the prospecte of North Gipps land, but more particularly of the middle district, are to be under the new Local Government Bill, is now a subjee: well worth the considera tion of :l1 classes resident here. The Government of Victoria, in an ticipation of the passing of the Local Government Bill. and its being in force by the ]st of July, made no provision for the repair or mainte nance of the main roads in the esti mates of this year. They have, ho, ever, placed a large sum of money in reserve for the use of the new District Councils or Road Boards ; and it is only through these local bodies that we shall for the future be able to obtain any relief from the mud-holes, broken bridges, and other obstructions which now impede the trafzfc between the upper and lower districts of Gippdland. In the first place, the Local Government Bill is not actually compulsory. Should we desire to remain unimproving, and not take advantage of the pre miums offered by the Government,...

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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

HOLLOWAY'S OINT, CIRCULAR TO TIIE SICr The first hoslital sren itedical anthors of Euriope sdr unlparalleled anti-inflammatorv i ing properties of this Ointment. mcnts danction its use in their military services ; and the masses country, and throlughout the world tile utmost confidence in its curaliq pcrties. It penetrates the sou, irnflammation and corruptioln whi~l, lie the external evidences of disc neutralizes the fiery elements lwhi and exasperate the malady. RHIEUMATISM, SCROF'UtA, EP PELAS. These are among the most terrm agonizing diseases, yet in their firms, and when seemingly in, they invariably disappear under a vering application of this sootbiiig, antidote to pain and inflammation KING'S EVIL, FEVER SORES JOINTS. In cases of King's Evil wvlierc r waters, lotions. and every recipe pharmacopceia have proved usel Ointment will accomplish athoroun Fever Sores heal quickly urn influence, and its relaxing efect contracted sinews is truly wnnderkf DISCHARGING ULCERS. A-most re...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

MIISCELLANEOUS. Lndies in North America are con stantly being arrested on charges of comn plicity with the Soutiherns. An Itallial confectioner, nged-forty. eight, has died from excessive smoking, which, according to his medical ad viser, " had unlquestionnhly produced disc.so or nervons paralysis ofthe heart." The casket in which tho freedom of the city of Londonl is to be lpreeinteI to the Princeo of Wales promises to bo a very elegant production as i work. of art. It is in the cinq?e-conto style, to be executed in gold and enamel. M1r. and Mrs. Charlks Ketar are to sail tar Meltlnurne in Jnlr. - - A FLOA.TPlO IIOTrt..-The Dictator, a s'e.mbit now ihnilling nt `New York to ply Ietween that city and Albany next nrnlmer, will contain :.50 state rooms. She will be the largest' river steamboat aslont. :- General lntler hid madle a roerch at .New Turk, in which he FSverely.de .:nonncel the Brtilsh Gvernment and aristocracy, and nrge l that intercourse 'hwith Englani l shnil cease. It i...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

TO ToH EDITOR OF THE GIPrtLAND TIMES. Smn,-Permit me, thro' the columns of your valuable journal, to expose a few of the inconveniences and grievances with which a digger in the Gilppsland Ranges has to put up. Any person who has been up hero at all must be aware of theilr isolated position, and a few of the hardships they have to en dure, oft-times being compelled to live on ahort rations, and in tmany instances, if you get meat you may consider you have one of the greatest luxuries of life. lint it is not of this I wish to com plain, but of the shameful neglect of the Government in not providing for the protection of the miner, his lifo and proplbrty. In cases of dispute he has uo one to appeal to, unless the Commit teo formed here. Even then this Com mitteo have not power to demand miners' rights, nor havo they power to put a man on oath as to the case in dis pute. If you go to Sale to the Warden, hoe either has no power, or he will ad vise you to haro the dieputo settled by the ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

TOWN TALK. The trgufa still continues its raids angainst the stock and station.holdera of Gippaland, and even goes much further than it has ever done before-for it asserts now that they had infor. mation of the disease being in Gippalaud sere. ral weeks before they had made it publia.-. We have no doubt of the many appliances which the Melbourne .Argus has for obtaining news, but we can hardly believe that it has yet found it necessary to employ espionage over helds, or to place spiea within the sacred focns of the faimily fireside. The writer in the Arg:as says that our anger woudl be lmuch gseattr-er at le.st Letter foundtd--had they ipubi?hid nluch earlier than they lid the rea. firs on c hi h their opiriotn slU balcd. In first place, rw t were not augry-our feeling partook rnrre f sorrow than anger at the reiterated falsehoods of a pecisl writer1 who, . r . = 't i g, a . r ee -. - i, t ' f a l s e i l l,:Z ', h a : c:i:,e' .i_- =-s o of is own Lrin, an.d 0 ent the-e al':t te rvo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsiblofor the opinioas of our corrnspondents. PLEURO.PNEUMoNIA. TO TilE EDITOB OF TIItE OIPPSL.ND TIMES. Ste,-! beg to make a few remarks to the cattle-owners of Gippsland, on the disease which has lately appeared in some one or two herds iti North Gipplsland. I shall confine myself to those affections most cot mants to cattle. First, that this fatal visitation is not " pleuro-pneumonia," but acute inflammation of the lungs, or pleiresy, the cause of which is as follows: -Colds are prevalent in the brute crea tion, which, if not removed, will cause the affected ones to sicken and tdie, and that rapidly. They take cohls from wet attd col weather, such as was expe rienced in the middle of last February ; for by chilling the sorface of the hodty asi midul determiiation of blood to some ii ternail organ is thil collsequenice, which frequently terminates in acute ihflatnoma tion of the lungs (the lungs beilu. more liable to suffer thia auvn o...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA , ' LNG. On ?londay evening last a meeting parties interested in preventing thie bs pleuro-pneumonia in this district was t i the Royal Exchange otel. The att was by no means as large as on a preias casion, nevertheless the great cattle in t of the district were fully represented. Ross was called upon to take the cht, that gentleman opened the meeting by I the purpose for which it was eallet meeting, the chairman n aid, was conres the committee appointed at a previous inug, for the purpose of expldainng the adopted by them during their tern of Since then a considerable change had' place-the Government had, to an t taken the matter into their own hands, b pointing a conmmissioner-ansi there0 en longer a diffterence of opinion whichexuie b to the committee representing that porti the district south of the Avon. Os1ing9t changes which had taken place, it might be better to have a committee which n represent the. whole of .tho district L Chairman then called on the lion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

SATlD.-1 Y, JUNE, sale by .&mtioe, AT the Y-rd., 1,2:Cr- :rcet, + 19 , o4 cIv'A n v.-, 15 Ise J .. .n ii 7s:,.3 e3s llorse J. 6E IEL L, Ar?ti±neer. MONDAY, s.a JUN . Safe by Auftioa. SSE tELI. aril sIl, at his ooms; s Fe r s re, on the above date, Ar Ir;.e ss;rta.utnt of (Gereral Grur-y, DIapery, Irctn -. .mongery, c. N., reserre. Sile at l2oclic. WANTED, .: ' E'NDERS for EEramraG a SEoP and: DWLLING in York-treet·- Pians, &c., to btr aid at my offae. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. D. VIt'COL , Auc,,tione'r, . TOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, SALE , :OT'CE To Farmers, Carriers, and Others. i " IIE undersigned has f,r SALE some 1 splendid uprtanding heany draught COLTS and FILLIES. . First-rate light harness and eaddle :: . 3'COLE, Auctioneer, ; Desailly-st., Sale. ' :ALEX. L. PEARSON, Stock and Commission Agent, SA.E. ? L. PEARSON has for SALE 2" ... A weligraseed IUN, capylsbe of carrying 5000 sheep. Also, 200 Sitore Bnlliae.ks. 100 do. Coue. u:: da. allock3-, - 27 sWorkin ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

IAI r 'o IV IELBol RRNE. S I1 fine screw Steamship KEElIA I Will leave Port Albert every orses will lie carried to oor- forn Port : AlJtiat e?cs; ea?, ;' ar-; e eight-flold, 2d. per counce, Par' ? els over 200 ounces, I?dl. SGo?ll, for shipment, mnast:le entered tihe Customs before 10 o'clock a.in. the day of, sailing. Return Tickets ........ ........£5 Availablo for I, (llays. SFor freight or passago apply to INBUIJl , IIOWDEN, & CO., rhaf-street, PortAlbort. All goods at consignees' risk when ded. All goods discharged, if not noved from the wharf before 4 o'ctock t., will be stored at consignees' risk d expense. c Telegraph Lino of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FIVE IIO SE COACH will leave the ROYAL EXCIIANGE OTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY at am., carrying passengers to meet o Steamer, returning immediately er her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. Passengers . an. Parcels Booked rough from Melbourno to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Agent, Port Ibert. SIMPSON ard NF1...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

COMG3ERPCIAL. 3MELB0URNE MA?P.KETS. Imahby2 Campbell and (C's LIeport. Fat Cattle-The sopply this week has been towe rate, 1095 head being the gross number to hand. A portion of these were of very in ferior quality, but there wos a fair propoa?ion of useful cattle; and we dis-psed of one draft which, for breeding and quality con bied, anrpassed any that have stood ia the yarda for'many a day. These were the pro Teerty of Wrn. Rabertson, Es., of Coc, ar.d realised from £617s 63 to £l0 for bu'!!:':s and from £5 13iS 6I o £10 1i3 61 for e?cs. making £8 Pa 2d all rm-d-the h hehte are. ?nge of the season. Go-d useful b?_:".et. broughtt from £L 10s to £7 lo ; do. c'W.. from £5 to £6 1Os; se.ond and infer.-r of both sexes fnro 21s upwards. The de _ind, on the whole, was hardly so go>-1 as we ex petted, from the oderate E::;ply, n3d o:ly the beet brought a slight aodrace con Ists qdio Sations- In addition to the c?ove re?esol 102 head ranzed, at quotations. Fat Cai?ve-Oaly 55 head came f...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—June [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

-SHIPPING ISTELLI3EXCT . : i. TPORT A3-L-BT. Keezas, 114 toIrs. PZ-:. r. . J=me 1. Tree Trao , ( ; o-., J. -r --= EH . bae.St . oz m 15 .s--Ju-e 19. RI bead c::1e. .tFne Trzder, for Hca.-u TowE n Si Cl GZenc5e, fr Hobuta To--wn Sta h pea d s.Xaam-June IS. Lauzcesoson. H!Lipo.b Tosn. J.=e 19. K-'-er? I. " KSee-,adc r4 11- s .CPM , f - . .,. .. J--. Ja . Fde ad-, fr Dreti oL, G e''' .e o, W. J.ohno, fr JToe ?. Free Trade, 2, te2=, J. Th.-., for D aca. Town.L

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 June 1863

MARRIED. On the 24th inst., by special license, at Sunville, Gippsland, by the Rev. J.T. Stretch, John Baillie, eldest son of Hector Henderson, late distiller and ship-owner, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late William Child, Esq., of Salisbury, England. No cards. DEATH. June 25th, Matilda Harriet, second daughter of Mr. James Davey, Foster-street, aged 14 months. On Sunday next the Rev.-John Firth eifl (D , ):eo & et 1t)rie Sorce at St Prw.ns if. the' mann "at 1U.3. and inth eretin; at 6,3. like ~A1reo33aa rfl cu~n 3c ri Ser-voe at Stidodz eo2 S~,vr' nod; is the tnienvat 1IS) Dix-Zoe Siar wil be held in the pr-9, P - teni.an Chzi-cb, at Sale, an Saniay next, at 13 o 3.303oo, an] at haliE-past 6 o cle p2.tn AI L t Ise d till, at hlai-pant 11 as. CFfiP Et83.~~y dr~ ___r~3 co

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

- TO ToI EDITOR OF TIIE GIPSLA.:D TIMES. SSrn,-You are, no doubt, aware that grog shanties exist to some considerable extent on the diggings, and on.all the roads leading to them. Many of these are absolutely necessary, and as they in jure. no one, but those who drink their c.-myounds of vitriol and water, nobody seems to care about stopping them. Such, however, is not the case'on a main line of road, where there are already a sufficient number: of liensed. public houses, each one -of which has cost the owner a consi dedible sum of money in building and furnishing. These houses each pay a liceise to Government for permission to sell spirits, and are besides bound to keep certain accommodation for man and beast, aswell as being under snperveillcnce.of the pplice. Now, - between these public houses there are no less than, three grog selling shanties, where spirits are retailed as pponly ass at the public houses, and where people trarelling the road stolp at in preference to'the legiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

GIPPSLAND MIART. L TONS PRIME POTATOES on SALE. JAMES DAVEY & CO. Seed Oats. Si A SPLENDID SAMPLE of the above on SALE, at the GIPPS LAND MART. 268. A NOTICE. F OR the future, MR. ALLAN,Pleuro- L pneumonia Commissioner, will at tend Stratford and Sandy Creek on T Mondays ; on Tuesdays at Johnston's I Crossing; and at Sale on Saturdays. six In all cases twenty-four hours' notice th must be given in writing. at J. M. ALLAN. Sale, 18th June, 1863. co to NOTICE. ?TO CATTLE or BULLOCK Teams t . will be allowed to pass the pro claimed Boundaries,without a clean cer tificate from J. M. ALLAN, Pleuro.pneumonia Commissioner. NOTICE. - SMITIT, late of Sale, Auctioneer, L.s is hereby informed, that unless r the Property left with me in last De cember is REMOVED, and expenses A paid thereon, within twenty-one days from this date, the said property will be SOLD to repay my lieu thereon. GEORGE FRENCH. Club Hotel, Sale, 18th June, 1863. DUNCAN BROTHERS, ; Wholesale Wine axd Spirit .Iercha...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

S MINING: iNEWS? If there is any truth i;?f c rmmuni.: cation addressed to tho Argue, and which has been pullbslished in that journal of the 27th June. thel return from the reefs at Wood's Point,, near Jericho, just now opened, have fully, borne out the anticipations of the miners., The communication, which is dated June 22nd, says : "an escort loft here to-day with some 9000oza. of gold, thei great bulk of which has been contri buted by the reefs on Wood's Point. It was expected that Mr. MeMillan's steam battary would get to work this. week at Donnolly's. As may be sup posed the miners are all anxiety to see tile result of the first crushing. The ('rinoline reef machinery is now y rapidly approaching: completion. In- n deed, nothing could have surpassed the I energy of the promoters who, within a I very short period lhave finished and n erected a thirty foot water wheel by f which their stampers will be driven. 1 Miners of . considerable experience, r antl on whose opinions we can ...

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THE NEW MINISTRY. THE MINISTERS OF THE CROWN IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

TIIE NEW MINISTRY. (rBOe TiE GOVERNMENT GOAZEErr EXTRAOR DLTARY, 'UBLISOIED OF SATURDAY.) THE M?INISTERS" OF THE CROWN IN VICTORIA. [It is notified that the Governor having accepted the resignation of the late Ministry,] His Excellency has been pleased this day to eppoinlt- The lion. James M'Cull:ch, M.L.A., to be the Chief Secretary; George Higinbotham, Esq., M.LA., to be the Attorney'General; The Hon. George FrederickVerdon, M.L.A., to be the Treasurer; The Hen. Richard Heales, M.L.A., to be tihe President of the Board of Lands and Works, and the Comnmissigq r noo f Crown L?ads and Surray; ,The lion. Matthew Hervoy, I1.L.C., to be a Vice-President of the- Board of Lnsd and Weorks, and the Comnmissioner of Public "Works; The lion. Jamlea 'oodall Fcossis, .%14.A., to be the Coiiititsioner of Trade and Cue. toms ; The lion. James Forrestor Sullivan, M.L.A., to be the Minister of Mines. Tie IIon. Ja.les Macpherson Grant, M.L.A., sto be a Vicee.President of the Board of Lind and Works,...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK 24th June, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEIK. (nROM A CORRESPONDENT.) 24th June, 1803. News this week is short, but I hope next or the week after to give you an account of crushing by lcMillan's machine, as I under stand that period will act it in working order. I hear to:day that the prospector of the Albion his struck a golden reef at last. The Crino line bLays have got their wheel up, which is a floe piece of work, 30 feet in diameter. They 'will be ready for crushing soon. The White Star reefers are about getting up machinery Ca well, and the claim is improving, and I 0am sure that the returns from it will astonish people. The creek working is going on steady, some old claims being taken up again, and worked Witli satisfactoy returns ; and freah faces are making their applearanco up here, whether for reefing or fosbiching I dont know as yet. The rush to the junction of the Aberfoldy and 'Thomson I think will bo a failure. I have no more neaws of mining matters to report this £ The weather is tremendously ...

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