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

TO TUE EDITOR OF TCE IrrarA.ND TIMES. SI,-I believo that it is generally considered good manners to waive Lll critiques on meetings convencd for the purposo of local business matters, a\ud that even when irregularly con ducted, as these matters very oltten are, duo allowanco -must bo tmade for the want of debating powers of anon whose businoss habits prevent them f.romns at tending spouting clubs or stludying parliamentary precedents, though the latter would certainly bo no very in structive employment in this colony. " Possum Jack,"' who last week alornned thoe olumns o theo Guardian with Ihis efflsion, has, however, thought other wio ; lbut what couhl Ibe expected from such a cognomen ?--just wlat is writ ten, annd no mIore. It is not my place, sir, to sc.urgo the manwho has thus'ibolkeinallf therules of modern society-his i'gnoriinc is'his cl excuse, and in that ignoirance we will ti allow th t man to luidiridiat' ' Io desig iates himsielf as a.stranger, and 'a a E stranger ho ha...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRINGER'S CREEK. June 25, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

STRitNGEa'S O REEK. June 25, 1863. Since I forwarded my last communication, a good many miners have left the upper por tion of the Creek, and, in fact, I may say it is deserted with the exception of one or two parties, who appear to be determined to winter it out if possible, confidence, however, is not altogether lost inc the deep ground, for Mr. Edward Jounes and four others have r e taken up the ground deserted by John War burton and, Co., and have got out a very fine sample of gold at a depth of 23 feet. Sh ould the ground at this depth prove ipayeble, others nmty be induced to take up a good many of the deep clhims which have been deserted. The lower portion of the Creek still continues to yield good wages, and there is no doubt if there is ansything like a dry winter that the manjority of the claims will turn out well. The right hand branch of the creek is ag.ain in tie asecondnl.t. Shrrc~vod's and Neville's parties havo done very well the last fortnight. I informed you in my ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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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 — 3 July 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. ' Wo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. ' TO THI EDITOR OF .TIIE GIPPSLAND TIMES. ' Siln,- Ino your leader of the 19th inst. you liive made a quotation from a report which you ascribe to Messrs. Wright, Robertson, and Co., of Dunedin, whereas t Messrs. Driver, Maclean, and Co. are the aitilhors of it, Tho report of'the former t firnm is's :directly. pposed to that of the latter, we trust you will insert what they really did say. Messrs. Wright, Robert son, and Co. report, under date June 1st, the following :--" Referring to the uncer tainty of a1 supply of cattle from Gipps land, we extract the following from the Arqus Agricultural Report of Wednes day, May 20th-' An effort is being made by some of the ownersof cattle in Gipps land to show that pleuro-pneumonia has not reached them at all, but it will not succeed ; for, if we are not misinformed, the disease has been in that district for months past. The exportation of cattle bo...

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The Gippsland Times "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1863. TnE attempt df the late Government to imitate the famous coalition minis try of England'in 1853 has been, as was expected by all thinking meri, a complete and thorough failure. The one accomplished everything it un dertook, the other has left every thing unfinished. Victoria can now boast of a pauper Treasury, a Land Bill in such.a state of confusion that even its own propounders were anxious to turn and take shelter un der the bill they had themselves found in operation, The School Bill has been rendered as nugatory as, the Newspaper Bill, and nothing is now left for the new Ministry to erect a political structure upon but a mess of incompatible debris, which must be swept out of the House be fore any Ministry can again at tempt to keep a majority. Too well we know how a large section of the House were pitchforked into its privileged recesses. The Victorian Association lent its powerful aid to buy human flesh and bleeod at the last general election, and only t...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

SMISCELLANEOUS. TOE LATI HfENRY LANOLANDS, Esq. -The disease of this gentleman took place on Monday. During a period of neaily 16 years, Mr. Henry Langlands led a life of quiet and unobtrusive useful ness in this city. Born in Londdn during the year 1794, he was, therefore, at the tine of his decease, 69 years of age. A linen-draper by trade, at the age of 21 ho changed his residence from London t to Glasgow, where he contin.:ed for up wards of thirty years. Ho landed in t this colony on the, 1st January, 1847, and immediately became connected with his brother in the Port Phillip Foundry. During Ihis residence in Glasgow, Mr. c Langlands was identified with every a public measure for ameliorating the con- r dition of his fellow-mesn, lie took an t active part in the Catholic Emancipa- t tion, the Reform Bill, and anti-slavery movements. In this colony his course I has been the same. He took a leading t part in the anti-transportation movement, and was one of the twelve who contri bu...

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Health and Cheerfulness. PHILOSOPHY AND FACT. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

Health and VCheerfulness. PHILOSOPHY AND FACT. HrLLOWAY'S -P.LLS, THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNEaS i The blood is the life-sustaining agent, It furnishes the components of flesh, tone muscle, nerve and integument. The stomach is its manufactory, the arteries and veins its distributors, and the intestines the channels through which the waile matter rejected in its production, is ti. pelled. Upon the stomach, the circulatioa and the bowels, these Pills a:t stimultane. ously, relieving indigestion, purifying thi fluids, and regulating both the secretiaol and the excretions. THE NATIONAL COMlPLAINT Dyspepsia is the most common_ disis, among all classes in this country, It assumes a. thousand shapes, and is thL primary source of innumerable and dangerous maladies; but whatever hil type or symptoms, however.obstinate itl resistance to' ordinary prescriptions, it yields readily and rapidly to this searching and unerring remedy. SICK HEADACHE WITH LOSS OP APPETITE. A certain cure for headache...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

The following favourablo reply has has been recqivcd in answer to the Municiln d Petition forwarded from the inhabitants of Sale : " Chief Secretary's Oftice. Melbourne, " 26th June, S163. " St--I am directed to intimate that the substance, prayer, and ignoatures of tho amelnded petition froth Sale, for a runtici. pality, wvill appear in an ear}ly iuo of tho Gorcrnmentnt G'1:!t. " 1 lvo the honorto be, t ir, " our nmost obedient servant, ".J, Moon-. " N. Gutlle-idge, Esq., J.P., Sale." As for as the Eastern Province is concerned, Gippsland pever gets a chance of proposing a representative. ' seat is now vacant, caused by the appointment of the lion. Mr. Hervey as Comminn ioner of 'Public Works in the nerw Ministly. This intinati on comes to us on the 2nd, and tihe ominaltioni takes p1,lace at Scy. tnur on the 7th of July. We do not believe thaet thrso is any objection to Mr. Ilervey's represnctation, but had there been, Gippslald would be shut out fronm making any attempt at opposit...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN CONTRIBUTION NO. VII. EPISODE IN THE LIFE OF A DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

OUR OPEN COLUMN. i Co.sTvR urIors No. VII. EPISODE IN TIHE LIFE OFl A DETEC TIVE.' The records of policb experience are so th fraught with the marvellous, and teem with such instances of daring exploits and linir breadth 'scapes, that in giving them forth to the public who know little and care less di about what the members of the profession lo have to encounter and undergo in the detec tion and suppression of crime, they really look like the work of a writer of romance. " Gou tonien living at home at ease," who take their morning paper and peruse its columns over their cotloo or chocolate may, on casting their eyes over the police intelligence, feel im- hi mensely relieved at seeing that some notorious malefactor, who for years has baffled all detec- t tive wiles and laughed at and cast dust in the i nrgus eyes of justice, has at last been taken. i It the exuberance of his joy at the safety of hii plate-chest, he may pass a " whatua-clever capturu" encomium on the oman who arrested...

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PLEURO - PNEUMONIA PREVENTION SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

PLEJRT - P;EUMroirI PRE YENTION SOCIETY. On the 29th Juno, at a meetiig of'the Comn mitteq that werq appointed by a Public Met ing, hehl at Sale, on Monday, the 22nd June, at which were present Messrs. D. Macleod, R. T. Firebrace, L. Bolden, Wm. Montgomery, Wma. COnig, P. C. Buckley, Wim. Pearson, James Peck, George Gellatly,,Wm. Thomson, George Roas, and J. C. J. Johnson, the follow. ing RRoolutious were carried, viz.:- Ist.-That the Government Commissioner be paid at the rate of L600 per annum, and to pay all his own travelling and other expenses. 2ud.-That a Voluntary Assessmente be con tributed, at the rate of 40s. per hundred head per annum for fattening cattle, and 20s. per hundred head for breeding stock, for the purpose of paying the Commissioner's salary. The words breeding stock to be considered as applying to all cattle over six months old which are not fattening cattle. A moiety of the assessment to be collected at once. 3rd.--That the' Committee do not con. aider it imp...

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

SATURDAY, 4vT JULY; Sale by Auction. T the YARDS, Foster-street : 20 Head of superior saddle and harness Horses. Bullock Dray, &c., &c. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. Monthly Sale Stratford. -MONDAY, 3in AUGUST. 15 Head of broken and unbroken Horses 15 Head of Mixed Cattle Surplus Stores, Furniture, &c., :`:And all Goods entered prior to sale. J..SEWELL, Auctioneer. S Monthly Sale at Rosedale. THURDAY, 6Tn AUGUST. 12 Head of saddle and :harness Horses 102 Head of Milking Cows, Steers, Ge-. eral Merchandise, &o.. i> And all Goodn entered prior to sale. J. SE\WELL, Auctioneer. D'. I 'COLE, Auctioneer, .:STOCK & COMLMISSION AGENT, SALE NOTICE , To Fprlners, Carriers, and Others. S HE undersigned has for SALE some "I" splendid upstanding heavy draught OLTS and FILLIES. . Also, " First-rate lighti harness and saddle - 'i!ORSES. , . : D. M'COLE, Auctioneer, Desailly-at., Sale. : m10 BEISSQLD, a Two roomed CqT .1. ; '' TAGE, ' ith' acre, in Thomson street...

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

AM? TO 1ViELBOURNE. SEllne screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY. ses will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. lght- old, 2d. per ounce. Par crls over 200 ounces, l1d. old, for shipment, most be entered o Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. 10 day of sailing: eturn Tickets............5 Available for 14 days. r freight or passage apply to NBULL, IOWDEN, & CO., rf-street, PortAlbert. I goods at consignees' risk when d. All goods discharged, if not ved from the wharf beforo 4 o'clock , will be stored at consignees' risk expenso. a c gar legraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACH will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE EL, Sale, every WVEDNESDAY at n,, carrying passengers to' meet Steamer, returning immediately her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. ssengers and . Parcels Booked gh from 'Melbourne to Sale. (1. RILEY, Agent, Sale. OS. BURROWS, Agent, Port rt. ?PSON and NEILLY, Agent, linders street west, Melbourne. FRENCH'S VE-HOR3E COACH FARES. Albert t...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 July 1863

COMMIERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messra. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co's re port.-Fat Cattle.--A full supply, viz, 1,145 head came forward. At the opening of the market, in consequence of last week's moder ate supply, there was a very good demand, and all lots pen?ed, including some of very middling quality, met with a ready sale at a alight advance on last week's prices. The second day's sale was also better attended ,t han usual, owing to the arrival of somesnpe. rior lots, sales of which were effected at even better than the former day's prices. We quote very superior primp pens, bullocks from £9 to £10 153; do, ordinary weights, from £7 to £8; second quality do, from £5 to £6 Ins; inferic. do, from 30s to £3 10s. No prime coswaoffered. Good quality brought from £4 10a to £6 ]Os; second to inferior do, from 30s to £2 5I-i Seven wo.kiug bullocks, very heavy aiod prime, averaged £13. We a-ld 101 heaid bllecks fronp the run of Mr. II. T. Firebrace, Gippsland, at an average of £6 8s Cd; al...

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NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Via California.] GREAT BATTLE AT FREDERICKSBURG.—TUIRTY THREE-THOUSAND KILLED AND WOUNDED. SYDNEY, 1ST JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Via California.] GREAT BATTLE AT TREDEsICKSBURG.--TIRTT TtREETTHOUSAND KILLED AND WOUNDED. SYDNEY, IsT JULr. By the Dashing Wave we have dates from the seat of war, ria San Francisco, to the 13th of may. A great battle has beeon fought before Fredericksburg. On th`e 2nud of . May General Stonewall Jackson attacked, with forty thousand troops, the advance guard of General Hooker's army. On the following day the whole force of both armies joined issue, and a frightful carnage ensued. The Federals lost fifteen thousand, killed and wounded. The Confederates acknowledge having lost eighteen thousand. The Federal General Berry was killed, Devins and Mott wounded. Hooker afterwards withdrew the main body of his army across the Rappahannock. Lee followed in pursuit, and this permitted Keys and Stoneman to advance towards Iichmond via West Point. Hooker, hearing of their successful advance. re-crossed the Rappahannock and occupied Fredericksburg; Lee, on the other hand, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

CLE1MENTS'S Boot and Shoe Warehouse, RAYMOND-ST., SALE. JOilN CLEMENTS, believing that Sale has now arrived at sufficient size to justify an effort being made to establish a BOOT ANn SUOE WAn.EHOUSE on First-class Principles, he has made arrangements with one of the largest and most fashionable houses in Mel bourne to supply him regularly with the VEnr BEST GOODS, at a price which will defy all competition. J. C. is determined to sell at the very LOWEST POSSIlLE PRICE, and to keep none but really FIasT-cLAss GooDS, in order to show the public that the boot and shoe trade can always be carried on to the greatest advantage by those who confine themselves to that trade only. eq. Several Trunks are now Open for Inspection at the BOOT and SIHOE WARE lOUSE in Raymond-street. The Order trade will be carried on as usual in all its branches. ON SALE by the undersigned: First-class Wellingtons Gents' Elastlh Boots Men's Bluchers Calf Riding Boots Boy's light and strong Lace-ups Ladies' Elasti...

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POLICY OF THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

POLICY OF TIIE NEW MINISTRY. The following is Mr. M'Culloch's address to the electors of Mornington: GEgTeEMENc,-Having accepted the olice of Chief-Secretory, my seat in the Legislative Assembly is now vacant, and I have the honour again to offer myself as a candidate for your suffrages. The circumstances under which I have accepted office are known to you; but I deem it right to allude here to the immediate causes thereof. The late Government, finding that the awards of the arbitrators as to the capabilities of squatting runs did not confirm the esi-. mate of the Board of Landand Works, brought into the Assembly resolutions for the purpose of setting aside all the arbitrations, by return ing to the former 'unsatisfactory system of assessment, This proposal seemol to me an act of gross repudiation; and, besides, it would have sacrificed so large an amount of the public revenue, that I had no hesitation in saying that I would give it my uncompro mising opposition. With the exception ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

" ExciLStsio?. FnrIDAY, JULY 10:sOs186. Soarn people have a riost ungracious manner of doing things, and we can not help thinking that Mr. Rawlin son'sReport on the Gippsland Lakes, delayed as its publication has been nntil after the oficial report of Mr. Dawson, is as ungracious an act to I this distriet as could well be pcr formed. I, c ha e no desire what-: soevere to impugn 3hr. fRawlinson's talents, nor, if we had any anxiety to I ( do so, do we belie e that we shouli. be justified in such an act, but we regret that Mr. Rawlinson should, on such a superficial survey as lie has, by his own admission, made of' the lakes, and on mere hearsay ever since, have left us room to challenge his local knowledge of the siubect on which he has written. Mir. Rawlin son, in the first place, owing to some obstruction in the red-tapeism of his department, refused to accompany Mr. Dawson in his official visit to the entrance of the lakes, arid appeared to rest satisfied with what lie saw on his ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

TOWN TALK. As we ircsu:ne th.tt it rwas a;s much fr the informnation of his constituency as for tint of the ltuse, that Dr. 3!ysncjy dclatred his de rotedlsete o*:t ftlitn:lt "I to the late Minsis try, we hlave muctul plsenure il disawhng the attention ofi the supparters of Dr. lseaikay to the nostorious debate of the 3tths Ju:n:, where the l]e.arned gentlemau,'a EpeCett iUlUIonntci the fact will be foum.d This w?as not the Ministry which Dr. .WacsZL professed to sup. port when returned, nor wat it the 3liuistry of twhich he professed to be the .tndidate. It was if we mistat;e not, the Ministry who turned out those whom Dr. Mackay had promilel to assist, and one of whose most active members was rejected in North Gippslsud, to make room for the worthy Doctor. Truly this last insult is worse than the first. The Dining Surveyor's reports in the A rgus funllsh Iut with the following particulars re. lating to the gold-fields in this district. It is an old oaying and often a true one " th...

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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 — 10 July 1863

COR?ESPONDENOE. We doo~ ot hbll otraelv? roesponsibl for trhe Li opinious of our ar'nspond-ents. :: : : CO TOG EDITO' OF '!IS GIP3at'LAI.D TIines. aIR,-T're selfish porwer of the gqunat tcr .has been, is, and will be the do.ui dant principle of Victoria; so lo u. a. it is suffered to exist ; nor are the lateral braenches of trade less affected by its per nicious intllence. It acts like a plague upon the whole country, an(o indirectlr I cripples the energies of multitudes whon would be othcrwise makinllg a respectable livlihootd. Now, I wish plainly to state what It coniceive to be an act of injustice. Four ?lay ago I bouhllt I heal of cattle from lIr. Craig, of NItin, aid imminediatel ga:s notice to the nlspector at Sale, Ibut to mny uttier astonishment he t dld me that hw: coul not inspect my catrtle until be ha:l visited Mr. Buckley, of South Gipps lanl, another person in the stame district, ai.l a person at 3Malfra, which wouhl take him; about six days (this was alout five o'cloc...

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REPORT OF T. E. RAWLINSON ON THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

REPORT OF T. E.RAWLINSON ON TIIE GIPPSLAND LAKES. The following report on the Enhtrnce to the Gippalaid Lakes,,by Mr. T. E. Rawlinson,wes read at no ordihary nmeetilg of the 1Royl Society of Victoria, held on the 22-th ult;: IREPORT. " Sn,--l. I have the honour to report hatS ing placel myself in ccmmunaication with Mr. Diutrict-surveyor D.avson, relative to making a surrey of the entranc to the Gippsltnd Lakest, as per your instructions of the 30th ult. "2. From tho correspondenco on the suob ject, which I have looked over, I learn that yeou decline to authorize any expenses, on the ground of' no funds;' and, in answor to my iluloitCs, Mr. Dawson informs mn that he does not feel authorizcl in iuneurring anyonpeoses beyond thos absolutely rlequred for his .ow especial sorvice; under which circumstances I : clied to absent myself fron tlho - Yt? or?eut duties of this district until In al frilter instructions from you .o. tol. t bljtio s nu opteld this course because the bst. visit, n...

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MR. HEALES' ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

MR. TEALES' ADIDRESS TO TIIE ELECTORS. We extract the following from iMr. lieaes' addlres to the ele:tors of Ealst Bourkoe B wn-oghs :. BIy the Ladl Act, 1362. Parliament sought to establish two great principles- 1. 'o promote aricultur.nl settlemeont. by 'oiffring facilities for placing the people on the l:ad on eavy terms. 2. To give sonrity by fixity of tocnro.to the pastoral tonants, and, at the name time, .to enosre to the state the advantage of an in creased rental. I am fully sensible that it was the inten tion of PIrliement to excludo from the ad vantages of free selection anol doferrol pay ments thoseo who, by collusion, and in defiance of tie expressed intention of the farm?re of the present Ltnd Act, have, nevertheless. seized upon large tracts of land in the agri cultural area. Notwithstlanding, however, nuch expressed intention, experience has proved that that intention is not embodied in the law na it now stands ; but that, on the contrary, facility hals been aflo'rdod...

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