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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

BIRTH. On the 4th instant, Mrs. H. W. Stead, of a   daughter.  

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

FLOYD. (Frot Orpheus C. Kerr Papers.) Felonious Floyd, far-famed for falsifying, Forever first from Federal forces-flying, From fabrications fanning Fortune's flm?e, Finds foul Fugacity festitious fame. Fool! facile Fabler Fugitive flagitious ! -Fear for futurity, Filcher fictitious I Fame forced from Folly, fuiding fawners fled, Feeds final Failure-failure fungus-fed. -cBy Captain Filliacs Brown, EAkerire. ,_ The Parliament is to re-assemble on the 4th of August. -. The Archbishop of Warshaw has been imprisoned in his own place. - Consent it UIUlini Cu?tolIu, but not to comlntno folly. . CuvRosITr.-Looking over other peo pl's affairs and overlooking our own. Dillon, the bush-ranger, who escaped from Mudgee Gaol, has been recap tored. - Webb, Hare, Forrester, and Berry pleaded guilty to rubbing the Bungan dore mail, : The Adulteration of Food Bill passed through committee of the Legislative Council on the 30th ult. A correspondent of the Yeoman sasi that pleuro-pneumonia is graduall...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

TO THr EDITOR OF THE OIFLt.AND, TIOY . SSn,-I?avitig oceasion:.r'ecently tp visit Stringer's Creek, I took advantnhe e of the opportunity to make myself n-a qnainted with the stnate of things there,I and much regret being under the neems- t sity of remarking that thile chronic want of energy and enterprise common to Oippsland is again standing in the way of its prosperity. I found, as you are already aware of, auriterous reefs needing machinery only to o?rich the claimn-holder., as well as benefit the entire district. The claim holders are making every shift to hohl on until machinery arrives. Store-keep ers and packers also are waiting for the I sanme good thing to happen, all apparently helpless till some o1ne with more energy or enterprise malkes his aplpearace to do for them what they seem incapable of doing themselves, while in reality:it lies e very much in their own power. As you already kinow, I as well as d others ilhae devoted both time and money n to exploring the Gilppsl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

MfISCELLANEOUS. : Why is a dandy liken venison steak.? Because he is a bit of a buck. : Mon aned actions, like oljects of sight, have their points of perspective; some must be seen at a distance. A lady waes asked at the Sprin.s, during the past season, how she liked " Crabbe's Tales ?"' I never cat any crab's ails," she innccently replied.:;;. . Professor Schwabila claims sto have discovered signs of vegetation in: the mt1onn. BRtllier's Correspondence "says that the Sultan is coming to 'Paris at the end of April,nnd that he will be lodged at thei Elysee. The French Imperial Academy, of lMedicinse, at its list sitting, elected Pro fe.si)r Faraday foreign asssoiate of -thl t body, by a majority of fifty-two votes to one. Six S:atchmen in the late rifle mateh of Adelaide wvith Sydney have chsllengad six Englishmen. The challenge has been accepted. Ilis Excellency the Governor attendedl in tohe Legislative Council, on Tuesday evening, for the purlpose of conveying the Royal assent to ...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

PLEURO-PNEU.?MONIA. TO TII EDITOO OFi TiT OtIPP3L..D TIMES. Sn,--On the 23rd Tlue I addressed you on the above subject, which was sent out to the public of Gippeland through your next issue on the (ithh of the sanoe month, since which time there has not been anyone come forward to contradic myt assertions then put forth, \which induces men now to again put my I land to paper, so th't tle citi l]-owners of' Gippalnuad in ?el "rat';l m , tltrotugh the melldiumll of' tIh loth . a: ,f of course interested, newspaper, b, ,cluall.y ceOr t ain that the mala., is o .c small a por lion of the 2Vort i'l4 o lsl d cattlo is or is not the mueh-., rea hd pIpleuros-eu stotta. As I said before, in my opinion the disease is nothing more tihan an attack of acnto iniuuitunvltion of' the lungs, I pleuclr y, or somld other int!e?i'td Ie. r anugemet, entirelt dil'critip from ppleu'o-pnteumnoni.i, whhich I hope aon I t trust, for tihe welfarie of thl splahndid ftttenlin district, will soon be extint. I I ...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. CONTRIBUTION NO. VII. EPISODE IN THE LIFE OF A DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

OUR OPEN COLIUMN. Corrnrnotr)" No. VI? I. I'PISODF IN TIIHE LIFE O A Df'TEC. n TIVE. (Cotinioudt f,'om our lan.) .J After leaving the chief, I repaired 1t once to my lod4ings, and :in the qtiet of my own room endeavonredl in miy mind to establish a clue that might lead to the detection of the thieves; but iln what soever way I looked at the subject, or in a whatever light I placed it, I was just at the end of my solitary cogitatiois as mInuch in the dark us if I hlad never heard a word upon the matter. That the rob bories were the work of " proflessionals" I had lnot the slighitest doubt-the in for- { ration of the superintendlent was quite onoulgh to fully convince me on that lheand -but how they hald been ablo to con duct their operatious with so much secrecy, was the point upnl vwhich I was vainly endeavoulring to coljecture.- 'There was one point upol) which I felt thoroughlly convinced--that thei goodls had neither boen disposed of nor kept ini D-- . This was O . certainty in m...

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

Monthly Sale at Stratfcrd. ONDA1Y, Jit AUGUST. 15 head of brufkeu and nntbr-ken Horses 15 Head of Mixed Cattle . Surplus Stores, Furniture, &.,. - i And all Guoods entered prior to, sale. J. SE\\EI.L, Auctioneer. Monthly Sale at Rosedale. T?HURSDAY, GmT AUGUST. 12 Ilead of saddle and harness Horses 12"Head of Milking Cows, Steers; Lot of superior Farming Implements, I General Merchandise, &c. And all Goods entered prior to sale. J. SE\WELL, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, liTH JULY. Sale by Auction. A T the Yard!s, Foster-street, at 12 S: - o'clock noon, 18 Head of First-class Saddle and tlarpees Hoarses. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. D. - YI C L O ,' E, Auctioneer, SSTOCK & COiMJIISSION AGENT, SALE TUESDAY, 21st JULY. Draught Horses. " M:'COLE will Sell by Auction, i,,, at his Yards, Desaill--street, on Tuesdar, 21st July, at 12 o'clock, 15 iHa l Saddle and Harness Horses, some if them very powerful heavy draught Colts and Fillies, all young and in fine condition. Also, A go...

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

Es TAM TO ELBOURNE. n mlE ine screw Steamship KEERA 1 will leave Port Albert every FR' IIDAY. o IJrres Will be carriied to or fronm Port Albert at 30s, each. Fsreight-hold' 2d.. per. ounce. .Par eels over 200 ounces,.l d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs beforo'10' o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 'Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to It 'UI{NBULL,' HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if .not e, removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. S c Telegraph Line' of Coaches. SALE AND 'PORT ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACh will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, 'every WEDNEsDAY at 6 a.m., carrying passengers' to .meet the Steamer, returning immediately after her arrival. Pares .. .. 30s.. Passengers and. Parcels Booked 'through from Melbourne to Sale. J. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. THOS. BURROWS, Ag...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 July 1863

COAIMERCIAL. M. ELnOURNE .iARKETS. W.?:. eind A. '. King's leport.-Catttle The market h:ae been completely glutted with s~icep and cattle of good and prime quality, so much so, that seveill lots had to be sent to ink.nd markots, besides others being Lept back for next week, when we shall agni: have an over.supply. Considering the supply being so far in excess of the actual demnand, prices for cattle did not fall so much as wie expected at tfle oopening of the market. We quote best quality beef worth from 15s to 20s per 100 1s, or best pens of bullocks, very prime, from £9.to £10; good do, at from £6 15: to £7 15s; best pens of cows, very flue, £8 to £8 15s; good do, £5 10a to £6. We sold, from Gippsland, Mr. Montgomery's, 150 bul locks, at an average of £6 143; do, I cow, £8; 8 do, £5. hIr. Foster's, 88 bullocl;a, £5 lls; 107 cows, £'4 lls; 1 do, £8 S2 6d. IMr Cunniglnhame's, 48 bullocks, £5 13S 51; and.from Western Port, from Mr. Cl.iarl 's. Berwick Paddoclk, 8 bullocl.s, £7 7s 21 ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

TO CORREiPONDENTS, We hlve se\tt5.... mmmsc.,tonom includlmin one ifome Dr. M.ckay, t -:-+we %re u, vuihl ably oblig. d to postpono until our ?-u i;,,ue. ".Zanini" (query, " Zmnuei") can have his communication pulblished only as au advertise menet. The price waould be 30s. achinsertion. Divine Service will be hceld in the Presby terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 12 o'clock noon, and at half-past 6 o'clock p.m. AL.o at Bairusdale, at half past 10 o'clock ThoVen. the Archdeacon will (D.V.) conduct Divine Service on Sunday next at St. Pa'ul's in the morning at' 11.30, add in the evening at 6.30. The Rev . J. Firth will csnduct Divine Service at Rosedale in the morning at 11.30

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

I?RIDAY, :JULYi17, 1863. REGISTEnR Register Register Electors, recollect that you are now under a new -Electoral'Act, an aet hardly made law when it is in active force, compelling instant registration or loss of franchise. Government no longer registers electors - electors must now registeir. themselves, or they will not be registered at all. Now is the time to discover whether a man values his franchise, or only thinks it worth lha;ing wIhen the excitement of an electiu: makes h voter of some impoitance. Electors, let neither apathy nor indolence in duce you to delay registering this month-the first of August will be too late; and you must register. in the month of July--this month-or rest without being able to assert the right which every good citizen prizes. The Electoral Act, like every tlher act of the late Ministry, is a mass of incongruities. While it advocates quarterly registrations as a princi ple, it leaves as an uncertainty who ther, if a voter is not rogistered be fore ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

TOWN .T'ALK. The next County Court at Sale is fixed for riday llth SoItember ; the last day of enter. isg plaints will be Thursday, the 27th Aogust; last day for fillug summonses, Mon lday, the lot August. The idea of a telographlic coumunication etuaoeen Mdclbourne and Sale is qliite given up by' 1o lovernment. Mir. Heales opposed it fro the first, and he no sooner got into oflc than be withdrew the amount p. fqm the ervlice proposed. We believo the reason as. iglned is that tho0?ipople on the differcent lives of the Melboured road wer' not agreed is to road which the telegraplf line should Ie carried ovseer. The grant vwill now lapse, and the £10,000 go to make up the deeiciency ill the tent of the pastoral lauds. The followiug parties lhave accounts lying ?or payment at the Receipt and Pay O:lice, Port Albert : Bruce, I . Reed, J. 1I., 2 laig, IW. ltintoul, G. Eyesanod Co. . Sayer and Bray, 2 Flint, B. Sm?allmap, J.. Joines, ii. Sievensoiand Johnson Lightfoot, J. 0,R. I Taylor,. ...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. 8th July, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

.DONNELLY'S CREEK. (RnoM A connosronDtrT.) 8th July, 1863. News this week much as usual. .The carts and drays whoso owners have made the con tract for carting the quartz to the machines have broken down on the road, so that for the present" we have had no croshing. Last Fri day night it commenced to blow until we had a perfect hurricpie. Such noisp or force of wind I nevo rheard or felt Treeos were blown down, as if they were rotten sticks. Then on M?ond.ay rnight, after it ceased to bloiv, it began tp snow, and blocked us up--limbs of trees falling in all directions; houses and stables (I mean the roof.) camne crushing down with the weight. Manly people had .very narro.v esclprs at. ditiFrent places on the Creek what with boughs falling on tle Ihouses, and roofs couing crashinrg on them in ther night, it was tremendous. We had eighteen inches of snow in 28 hourg. The Creek is up bank and bank. Everybody at a stand still. The mail-man was quite exhausted when he ari The White Star b...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS WITH THE MAY MAILS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE IMADRAS WITHI THE MAY MAILS FROM EUROPE.* rnoI TIn" AnoRGUs" TELEGRASM 0s 11T1. JULY. SThe,:Rngatira, with the South:Aas tralian portion of. the', ~ y Eur'rpeatt mails, arrived at Adelaide this tnorning .The following is the telegraphic sum uary of the neIws, traimniththd"by' -our own correspondent : GENERAL SUMiMARiY. LONDON, MA ,20.. The Queen left for Scotland on the 14th inst tnt and intends ret;urning on, the 7th of June. The' Prince and Princess of Wales are going a round of gaiety. The vacant Garter is to be conferred on EarlIGrey. Parliamentary news is dull. Better relations are es:ablished between Eng land and the Northern States. on the vexed question of international law. The proposal of .New South Wales and New Zealand to establish a. snail service via Panama are positively de clined by the British Government. The distress in Lancashire and the manufacturing districts is slowly decreas inL. Government proposes to employ 70,000 of the unetmployed on municip...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents MR. RAWLINSON'S REPORT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

CORRESPONDENGE. Wo do not lhold ourselves respoinible t~ the opinions of our correspondents. .MR. RAWLINSON'S REPORT. TO TH? EDITORi OF THIE GIPPJ.LND TIMES. Sir,-In taking up a newspalpr I generally turn to the le4ding article first, as I expect to tiad therein a piece of the current news ; but I must acknowledge, after perusing the first paragraph in your issue of the O1tlh instant, I became so bewildered that I had to dopart fromr my usual rule, in order to becomo acquainted with the matter that had called forth such an indignant prelude; and having found Mr. tawlinsou's report, I must say that " ungracious" was the mildest term you could-have used. For'what purpose does this laboured report now make its appear.nco, somu fiur nmonths after it should have been made public ? Is it because runour of late has it that Government, ashalind of their delays and mistakes, are at last about piaking an attempt to settle tie long-moooed and vexed question of the practicability of keeping. op...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

SAE TO IMIELBOURNE. E fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every AY. cs will be car?-ied to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. S.-?Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, l*d. ia, for shipment, finust be entered Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. day of sailing. etura rickets.................£5 Available for 14 days. r freight or passage apply to NBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., rf-street, PortAlbert. goods at consignees' risk when d. All goods discharged, if not red from the wharf before 4 o'clock will be stored at consignees' risk xpease. a a, legraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT' ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACIH will leave the ROYAL EXCHANGE EL, Sale, every WEDNEBDAY at ., carrying passengers to meet Steamer, returning immediately her arrival. Tares .. . 30s. sengers and Parcels Booked gh from Melbourne to Sale. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale. OS. BURROWS, Agent, Port PSON and NEILLY, Agent, inders street west, Melbourne. FRENCH'S E-HORSE C'O AOH' FARES. Albert to Sale .. £1 10 0 l...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

OOlThIERCIAL. M' IELBOURNE MARI ETS. K:nye apd Butchart's Report. FatCattle. A?oliot 1i6 have been already in,-the great bdlly: of lthem in miserable condition,. and 'sqld from ?0ato 40s ahead. The few cattle tlnt we?e fair beef sold well,-say, from 20s to 22s 'd per 100 Ibs. We shall offer to morrow '(Thursday) 200 good cows. We have slod, for Mr. P. Brougham, 178 bullocks and cows, light weights, at.L 3 120 Gd; also, 200 bullocks, fiout the runs of Messrs. Suttor and Report Cay, of the Dowling, at an avemrgo of of L.7 G 6d, the highest price obtained being 1.8 15s.. Calves,-- 4 in ; best, 85s to 40s : medium to inferior, 20s to 30s. We sold Mr. Johul Boaty's at 30s to 43s W. E. and A. S. King's Report. Fat Cattle. -The market has been heavily supplied with cattle, but the greater portion of them being only iniferior and seconid quality, last week's rates wcre fully maintained for the few of good and prime juality that woer penned. We quoteo best beef at 15s to 17is d per 100 lbs, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnnivED-July 9. Free Tinder, 206 tons, J. Thom, from Ho bart Town. Tunrbull, Ilowden, and Co., agents. July 10. Keera,. .s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnhull, HIowden & Co., agents. Glencoe. 159 tons, W. Johnston, from Ro hart 't'o~h. Turibull; Howden, and Co., ogeonts. . . July 14. Helen,S. Page. 217 "tons..G. Evans, from Hobart To n. Johnson and IHod, agents. "AnorVED (W~lshpool)-July 9. Eclipse,'180 tons, I. Adams, from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood. agents. o rxrOnTs-July 10. Keera,. for Melbournle, M10 ounces gold. S July 13. Eclipse, for Hobart Town, 7.5 head cattle. July 14. Glence, for Hobart Town. 80 head cattle. oLcanED our-July 10. Keera, for Melbourne. - July 13. Eclipse, for Hobart Town. - July 14 : :1. Glencoe, for Hobart Town. RATLED.-July 10. '. Keera, s.s., 11 tons, S. Patrick, for Mol bourne. Owing to the detention of the Port Albert Mail last week by the flooding of Monkey Creek. we did not receive our shi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

RETIRING PROM BUSINESS! DANIEL 1VI'GHEE B EGS to inform the inhabitants of SA.LE and North Gippsland gene rally, that he intends returning to Europe, and now offers the Entire Sto tat the Very Lowest ..Qh Prices, as the whole rhust be disposed of with out delay. To parties furnishing, this is an op portunity seldom met with, and the whole has been re-marked, so that visitors can ensure themselves BARGAINs.. Parties owilng him Accounts would oblige by settling without delay, as that would facilitate his arrangements, and all accounts against him must be sent in by the 31st inst., or they will not be recognised. All Credit transactions cease fromn this date, unless to complete former orders. Terms in future, CAss. Raymond-street, Sale, 1st July, 1863. Valuable Town Property, RAYjMOND-STREET, SALE. o 0 lBE DIOSED OF, by private' I bargain, the BRICK PREMISES occupied by the undersigned as an IRONMONGERY & FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, being a Shop 20 x 30, and a Room 10 x 20, both in us...

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WHERE SHALL WE BUILD THE STOCKADE! TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

WHERI SIHALL WE BUILD THE STOCKADE TO Tun EDITOl OF0 TH? E GtrlCLAD T?I1?. Btt,--I aI ratlier, surprised thiat you have no record of The -" battle of the streets" which has being going on this week. Sirely, sir, you must have seen how R1haydoid street frowned q(l Foster estreet, which, in return, curled its lip with dlsdain at its Celtic neighbour. 1 have not heard of fire arms being discharged as yet, but a constant battery of talk hus being going on. It would appear that Foster street, has become very proud of late; it even boasts of a town (sic) clock, and, consequenitly, Foster street cannot put up. with a jail or a stockade being ereoted there, nor is it right it should ; every yard of Foster street is wortih manyy sovereigns, and surely it ,would be extreme rudeness as -vell as an unwise proceeding on the part of the Go vernment to place a stockade, and pri. soner d upers, p rs,and police, on ground that. should be, -served for a more curtly purpose. "i" Raymond," says Foster ...

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