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MR. RAWLINSON'S REPORT ON THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

MR. RrAWLINSON'S REPORT ON THE OIPPSLAND LAKES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPI1LAND TIMES. Sin,--When a nian has, really got something to say thich he honestly beholieves is for the public welfare, he is morally.,bound to conime forward and state his opinion mantflly, regardless of what anybody mnight think or say in thoi matter;, but, On. the other hand, when a lman rushes into print and flatly contradicts the opinions of mnio who have well studied the subject they have written about, it becomes himn to think well welther he has given the suulject sufficient consideration ; but when a mant writes an official 'report, involving the greatest interests of a district, which 'carries ovidenco in every line, that he has gone to no trouble to - properly undierstail the qi 'tint be- i fore reportinig on it-ths oli olliii. who. ever lie mnay be,' dnserves public ccn- t sure. l3uti when this official not only shows that lhe knowsvery little about the subject he reports'on, but takes the unusual c...

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

Monthly Sale at Stratford. \ ONDAY, 3SiD AUGUST. 15 Head of brAken and unbroken hlorses 15 Head of Mixed Cattle Stiurplus Stores, Furniture, &c., j : And 'all Goods entered prior to sale. J. SE WEL, "Auctioueer. Monthly Sale at Rosedale. fqHURSDAY, GTm AUGUST. 12 Hpad of saddle and harness "forses . .. :----12-Head of Milking Cows; Steers; Lot of superior Farming Implements, Generail Mlerchandise, &. And all. Goods entered prior to sale. J. SEWELL,' Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 18iT JULY, Sale by Auction, S :SEWELL is instructed to Sell, at ,- a i. the Yards, Foster-stieet, oi the abpve date, a` 12 o'clock sharp, 15 Saddle and Harness Horses. 3 Milking Cows 1 Horse Dray, nearly new 1 First-rate Bullock Dray And ..:::.A few Fruit Trees. No reserve. SATURDAY, 18TH JULY. SSale by Auction, .A he IT.HAR-DWRE COMPANY'S ".:ir- Show Rooms, at 2 o'clock p.m., .About 400 Volumes first-class Books. No reserve. " - J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. . D. M' CO L. E, Auctioneer, - STOGK & C...

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ELECTORAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 July 1863

ELECTORAL ACT. The Noew Electoral Act is now become a inatter of such pressing importance that we have, for the information of our readers, published the following extracts of these clauses which most directly interfere with the libelties of the subject. Let all, however, re member that the 1st of August is the last day of registration and the 1st of Octubor,the first day of the old voters losing their franchise : The Act divides the electors of the country into two classes-ratepayers and none-rato payers, The names of the former, if appear. leg on the burgess-roll of any borough, or the voters' roll of any shire or road district, will be placed on the electoral roll without any trouble to the parties (ooe. 56), it being the business of every town clerk, and every shire, council, or road board secretary t: transmit between the lot and 12th of August in cach year a certified copy of the local roll of rate payers to the district registrar. The non. ratepaying electors must be at the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

RETIRING FROM BUSINESS ! DANIEL rVi'GHEE B EGS to inform the inhabitants of SALE and North Gippsland gene rally, that Ie intends returning to Europe, and now offers the Entire Stock at the Very Lowest Cash Prices, as the whole must be disposed of with out delay. To parties furnishuing, this is an op portunity seldom met with, and the whole has been re-nmarked, so that visitors can ensure themselves B.RcAIs. Parties owing 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 from this date, unless to complete former orders. Terms in future, CAse. Raymond-street, Sale, 1st July, 1863. Valuable Town Property, IN RAYMOND-STREET, SALE. TO BE DISPOSED OF, by private bargain, the BRICK PR'MISES occupied by the undersigned as an IRONMONGERY & FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, being a Shop 20 x 30, and a Room 10 x 20, both in use f...

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SCHEDULE C. Form of Certificate of Right of Burial in the Sale General Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

ScUP.DLE 0, Form of Ccrtificte of Right of .Ruriao in thb 'ale General Ceeiterif.r On the npplicltiuo nof. '?;nd upin payment of Iho sum of thol;Trustees of the Suh Oncnenil Cmntery, in .toeons- of, end o nalltlcriscd ?- the A?t of Coucil' 17 Yio; toria NGo. 12, Iihvp oagroid 'to'i?'nt, aiid do heriby gront Onto tih satlt Ipermieionl to dig or tmake n grove or vault on that picco of ground, .feet.long by foot Ibroad, lying withlinthoe aid nco-e. tcry, npproprhited for hurial, and miu'kedl No, comlprt.. mctlot on the mop or.plhin f the sall cI uiilery kept by the said trustees, with I ipu l ,ln to erect or pnce on th sliodd piece I If? goundl it mnu IllJlOient or tombstono oin pay. Inellt of u?lch ciharges ias nily fromi time to timo Ie r st.liblbedl, And it is,ieroby do, lshIl he eititied to h!ave, maintain, and keep ip ce!Ih ult, l n?inlliinioct, or toiibatoeo alli. cording to thO terms of this permission, to and for lte svto and osmprato u~e of the oaid and his or their heirs and ...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS OF SALE PUBLIC CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

RULES AND REGULATI'ONS OF SALE PUBLIC CEMETERY. u All change; mout be paid to the secretary when orders are given, or before the grvound f or vault i speted. 2. Bt the Sth section of the Act, "Any r person 'takisu a vault, or erecting and placing a monument in the cemetery, by and with tle lpera ion of th trustees, undr theose tl!es, tand upon p.ayment of thle clhages therein mentioned, is entitled to have maintained and kept up a vault, nmonulmet. or tombltone, according to the tenor of such permisnion, to and for the sole and separate use of such person or poesons, and his or their heirs or represent.tives for ever." 3. Applications fIr permis;ion, to make a ?ut 0 r crer" a In,'.vtsuses'. ist the cecetery to be made to the trustees. A certificate of per mireiun will Le ,ttoln dl to the persu apply igg, on payment of the clharges set forth in schedule A. 4. The charges will be remitted for thbo burial of any persoa, on evidence being pro. duced statlisfctory to theI trustees that t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SCHEDULE B. FORM OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

SCHEDULE 1. FOnM O7' INTRUaTIoONS FOR ORATEB. Auswoers to be written opposito to the folr lowing questions at thoe timoe of giving orders. 1. What denomination. 2. If selection be made by the trustees or applicant. " 3. Name of the decensed. 4. Late rehileunce of deceased. 5. Roak of deceased. 6. Age of deceased. 7..From what pariah or locality to bp brought. 8. 'Minister to officiate. 9. Day of funeral. 10. What hour, and if unanl or extra. 11. Number of grave on plan issued,. 12. If a coummon grove. 13. If a famnily grave (not bricked), . 14. What depth and other dlimenosione. 15. If a family vault or bric graveo. 16. What depth. &c. 17. If first or csecond interment. 18. Naturo of diaease, or supposed cause of death. Signature of ltepreseptative or Undertalf , Order received'this : day.Io 18 , at o'clock,

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SCHEDULE A. CHARGES. Public Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

SCUEDULE A. ' ubic rares. £ a d Single interment in ground selected b~y.'trustees, including digging the grave (5g feet) for adults ... 1 10: 0 Children under 12 years of age ... 1 0 0 (And double the above charges if the ground be selected by theo applicant.) For' every additional foot sunk be-::;i yond 5) feet ... .....; ;. ... 0 5 0 Private Grarea. Land for graves, 8 feet by 4 feat, if" ' selected br the trustees :: : : 0 '0 Ditto, if selected by applicant'...:2.; 2'0, 0 Sinking same 54 feet .. . 1 0 0 For every additional foot ... :... 0 5: Land for family vaults, £1 1s.per feoot width up to 12 feet. Charge for each interment :.. ;. 1 ' Miscellaneous Oharges.; For iuterments not in the usual..:', ,l hours, an extra chargo of .. For perminssion to erect headstone :... '0: 'i10 For permission to erect half tomb ... 0 10" 0 Far permtissiod to erect moniment ... 1 0 O 0 For'iospecting plan ... ... ... 0..:; , 2 0 For copy of register .... ... , . 0 l5 0

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

TO THE EDICOR o0 TILE CIVIOLAND TIMIES. Sru,-I beg to draw tho?oattention of the public'to the very dangerous state of Ifhe p proach to the Itosedulo bridge. It is evident, to make a permanent road, an embankmeont of earth must be continued above high water mark from the bridge to the hill, and addi tional bridging to suit the largest floods. This would, I fear, be too expensiveo. I venture to suggoat that a road cuustructed of strong planks, and elevated to the necessary level on piles, would meet the present requirements at a comparatively trilling cost. Rosedluloe ad the surroundiung neighbourhood hive r ontri buted largely to the revenu--surely it would not be toa mlsh to ask the oecessary fuuols to render the present bridge usaful. I beg, as apology for treapaseiog on your valuable rpcre, mvy .nxiety to preco:t less of life. J. S.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

TOW\N TALK. The followi'tg gentlemen have been ap. pointed regbitrara for Gipplland under the New Electoral Act:-"North Gippsland.- lEastetn: W. Doherty, Baitnedhle; Middle: R. Quinan, Sale; Westerl : II. Luke, postmaster, Ito.edale. South Gillppsland.-Alberton : E. Kolsall, clerk of petty sessions, Plhnerston; I'alneraton : David Duncan, Pealmetston; Tarravillo : I. Liston, postmaster. Tarraville; Woodsid' : I. Lltton, postmaster, Tarraville. Mlr. .itrict Surveyor Nixon, lhtho La lntuly mando it visit to the Ja ouieson and Jordan gold-fields, says, in speaking of the quartz reefs of the latter:--" Having recently taken o h our throtglc the Jordan Gold.felde, I have no hesitatioul ill pronouncing the quartz reefs of the dibltrilt the richest ind Inost peCllna llent that have yet been discevetcd in Victoria, the richlmne of Wood's l'oit Iteef (the only one yet fully developedl in the disttict) is fabulous. I have seon and handled bucketftul of gold, theu scult of a few dhya' crushing...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

TO TOE EDiron 0? THE Gci'VSL4MD TIMES. S111,-'\'j hanv now bleforo us tho opinions of two eo1)tlIoooo wboso abilition it is imipos olbie to doubt, noopoctiog thoe protibility of 0pcuiu0 commruoication botwecn the labko nod theo tn. 7Pho eotl1oe to E whomi 1 ref01r iro, .of couiOO, Monroa. D)awsoon and Rwhliji e 0n, who hanv givqn tihiootriionhy opposito joldaoenta on thi enhbjont, but whnoe viens are a, totoally dilfflreol, nRot who3o0 OpiULOi ara bh·rel ot ouoh ftcontly contrary praotniose?, thlt whtt liis euotoloto e I fromn them ouly rou dars colfto.iuoll worVo thltn ever, un ol lhown most cleu'ly that tile one thing upon ohichl they both agree in indispena.obly neceary, vIz. : :lthorolLh strcey of the ectronca and its npproachos, both from thie oc?u and lthe lakes. Ever sinceo my arrival in the diatroli I have heard a great deal about these laoes, and io colsequtceo of thio rg ollUl ts advaucollt . l r? nod angiust their beiong opoened. I wont t:o the ontoraoo anol ste the exit ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. Ou W doeado y evening a publie:neftopra hield at the 1 vyl Exchange Ho!el, S.lte, the purpose of formling a c.nnits to ea rage and protect the reogitrati., i of the libdl eleeturs of the ýIihl li D:.trict of North Gip; lahd. Mr. P'.sr., !rLving e bee rot ed to th' ?lla x;plainedl to tloie m riI; tiegreat ale. t:uce and ne1ce , ty of I:0r0 rn;" d!t his AIsLe i ae ii lee,'r. lb oad 1 hSl timne for re;is:3rti a w:as noxv grtt; very short, anl this neeti;O lo? been cdiled for th, piurpose of ta'ing se:a oteps as they might hdeem lineesn.ry to a?s:r the registry of those entitled to vote in arch Gippslaed. The Cairanu canolale~ l wolf inviting any geoutleauau .who hi d a reaAutiat to propose to place it before the meeting. Mr. D.tvn Eaid ho fully eoee,:rrtl in tb object of the meeting, as it wasofthe groatc importance that every man should regits ILia vote, and it min well worth an effurteirg made on their part to attain that result. B did not refer to any particular clas...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

It is calcultatel that upwards of throe thousnuld boolk an8 d pamphictn respecting the Amorienit war hiave already issudd Eliupt thJI pre)bss.

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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 — 24 July 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. not hold ourselves responsibl- for the ons of our correspondoents HI nIHITOR OF T1 GIrPPLAND TIMES. I hould feel obliged if you would nal through the medium of your valuable the clearing of a road to Strioger's from the head of lI'Furlano's Pluins I haeo lately blazed, as if it wIas cleared Id be of immense vmluo in ouablilg dig ld miners to obtain provisions at a rca o rate. The following is tho proposed riz. :-For the first 28 niles along the of M'Farlhuc's Plaina, il a W0.N.V. ion, to the river Thormpson, whereol there ry good tordilg-place ; and from theanc imloa along the nort h bank of I lut river ; amon-img the Duini;kehl Crotk, wlhicli i- mlso d filrdiu?.-l mce, iIil does lint r1ouir. ng ascendingli a sllght m pour folr amluotl - itule, Ikeephg a lmimm :am ,.ii t St'mit reek ill l N...W. direoimon,, for about 3 -lltokinig in all a totail disli co oi forty fromi Sale, being t godm lpctimnl reami, Scl?memd, for miaehrlitlly anld drayv of amiy iptimn. Thle riadi...

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A DUEL AT VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

A )DUEL AT VTIENNA. The capital uf Austria hat the reijutatici of Ieing one of the gayest cities if Europe but it achlom was so g v as during the ca.iriii just p.assel., For th period of tornie tlhat atIi lath all exiteonc., seemed dii'i,,nedtl in ome perpetual rounld of liancing, sieging, eading and ikidti?g, the v'hole p.ioulation getting aluostt ftantic in its thirst for plas're. Distiln guished among the many rich and noble fiuuilies who delighted is hospitality during this season was the house of Baroni Falkenstein, a gentleman of large private I;rtune in the servici of the Imiperial Govcrnment. It formed the centre of attraction to the most brilliant members of the Hungarian and Bohenmian arieto crney, and to numerous foreigners ie longing to the elite of the dilplomatic crops of the capital. Among the most assiduous visitors of the latter class were two young secretaries of legation, Don Enilio ieo hinruaga Vildowstla, of the Spanish "Embassy, and Count Reechteren van tRosand...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

T?E EDITOR OP THE OrPPOLOSND TIMIES. tI,-I have beforeomo your remarks on my ervations in'the House on the 30th ult., on occasion of the announcemeat of the new li ty. ' thid i not the opportunity to vindicate self from your misropresoutatiouis -whether do wilfully or through inadvertanco--a ent unexpected death in my family, thas so m?aned me that I must be brief. How er, in justice to myself, and that you may t be of injury to the district which I repro. at, I would ask you to insert the fullow' I went-up to the House one the evening in nestion, accompanied by another member, iso a general supporter of the late Mlinistry, nd.hbth of us having hoard that a combina ion was being made to force the lnew Ministry rematurely into a disclosure of their policy, *o both, oa supporters of the former Ministry, letermined to act in unison and insist on the tsahl time behig allowed to the now Ministry, ad that they should have the usual fair play. The member I refer to, Mr. Loader, did so xprc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

gAIE TO M ELBOURNE. t fine screw Steamship KEERA td will leave Port Albert every DAY. t er will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. I -ht--Gold,"2.' pe ounce. Par= S otels over 200 ounce, Iid. old, for shipmenet, mst be entered ho Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day ot sailing. Return Tickets............... £5 8. Available for 14 days. or freight or passage apply to R IINBIULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., n rf-street, PortAlbert. , 1bone, goods at consignees' risk when Th ded. All goods discharged, if not lrtere oved from the wharf before 4 o'clock es;s ., will be stored at consignees' risk 5ijit expense. ac lioon l TEL, Sale, every WE.AY t er her arrival. Passengers and Parcels Booked ough fromaph Melbourine of Coaches. . . SARLEY AND Pgent, ALERT. is BURROWS, Agent, or and FIVE HORSE COACR will er' i leave the OYBL EXCHOTL, SALNGE Sis OT every WEDNESDAY morning, at s, am., carrying passengers to meet i Steamer, returning immediately er her arrival. .ares FEN , Proprieto...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

SIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnoRvEo-July 16. Keera, o.s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, from 3Mel bourne. Turnbull, Iowrden & Co., agents. tMrur'a--Juiy 16. Keera, from Melbourne, fr cases brandy, 19 pkgs tea. 48 bags sugar, S pkgs dried fruits, 29 hags rice, 1 pkg tobacco, 8 cases geneva, aund sundry free goods. rErorers-July 17. Keera, for Melbourne, 150 ounces gold. July 18. Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town, 82 head cattle. July 20. Free Trader, -for. Hobart Town, 84 hearl cattle. 1 CLEA 'DOtf-tntly 17. ,Keera, for Melbourne. - July 18 - iHelen S: Page; for Hobart Town. July 20. Free Trader, for;Hobart Town. , AOLuED.-July 17. ' eer", . a:, 114" tons, S; Patrick, for Mel. bournea:. - " . July 20.' Eclipse; 180 tons, R:'Adams, (from Welsh pool) for Hobart Town. iGlencoee 159 tons, W. Johnston, for Hobart Town. . July. 21. Free Trader' 206 tons, J. Thom, for HobaaR Town. t The body of r. Alexander Watt, lantelight house "keeper, Snake Island, w as discovered yesterday morning...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

S tSCELL.L NE'GUS. off Sieve'ir:l cases or rst-bite n t,,s h:te tea4 octu.llrr.d I .n the1 Du4 t .:iit: L. so: tLi T'P i'ri:n:o ,nu Prit4,.i N ..il.ap ou clh.j have arrivedll a Alex:iiilria. In Cllharleston tea is t; dollars or 2-1. Le, a pound. bei The Mtidgeo nsmil has been again cat: " stuik-u ." oi100i Ibloning _lt tlhe chl Jouit Stlck 3.ui.h Is been stoletn. Daniiel O'Coinneill, 4on of the repealer, crni hlas been alpointed special coiumiisiuner at 01 inicme4 tax. 4Hit Ali anvil hisA beeu cast at Shieffil. 18 wenighling 100 tna, by fir the largest casting ever made in England. em Inlpectr 4'Leio is still blIeily eni- at cagedl in the Lachlaln district arranging tei the ipolice to snppres Ibnusih-ranlgin ,. 4ul The ship Ann lBrighit ha:s arrivel at Ancklandi, with 903 rank iand filO of the al4, 18tshRoyvl lrish egiiment. Ila Tlho recenlt fl io:s have done serious wi injuries to theo ahe inneric nlo felitan,giir- s14 ing estublishments near (Geeloag. At i recent trial in Franc nl...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

_ - sECEL5IO5,"2 - FRIDAY, 'JULY:24;:1a65 " To be, or not to be.;-that is the question. Whether. tis --" But we must here emerge from the fiction of inaigination into the sober effects of reality. The question of questions which concerns North Gippsland most at this moment is, Whether a railhay to the Western Ports or a permanent entrance to the lakes can be accomplished in the shortest space of time. One or the other must be done, and that quickly, or wIe shall see our splendid district so over-supplied with the products of the husbandmian that, without means of transportation to the sea-board, we must resort to the expedients of the merchants of the Black Sea and Levant, and bury our cereal produc tions in pits, to be unearthed only when a general famine appears on r the face of the globe. Charles Dickens, in one cf his Christmas j works, attemp:ed to ridicule the words " facts and figures ;" anid though lhe succeeded in his attempts, so far as they applied to the sym pathies of h...

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