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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

COACHING PLANT IN GIPPSLAND, For Sale by Fublic Auction. THIIE undersigned will can?e tohe' I SOLD h- PUBLIC AUCTION' at Sale, on SATUNIDAY, the 15th day of AUGUST neat, at 2 o'clock p;m.. the whole of the . Stage Coaches, Horses, Harness, S&e., used in 'working the :EXPRES.' and TELEGRAPH lines betwe-en nale and P r Albert. Also the good-will of that road. Those Lines of Coaches ,i~lht be enoducted to great advantage. and con? siderably extended by an enterprising man. The Coaches are in good order, and the horses all seasoned, having been regularly worked mn that road. Full particulars can be ascertained on applying to Mr. Fintncu, Club Hotel; or to Mr. ILEY, Royal Ex change Hotel, Sal. GEORGE FRENCH. SM. IIOWDEN. Trustees in the R()11,1'. TOP!PING, cau Clanrk. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. NOTICE. -. ' 1 HE sale of the ' Express" COACH-' 1-ING PLANT, adertised to take place on the 15th day ,f- August, isill not take place by ' pllliC au dtiiin.: Th pIlant is still open for sale ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

SALE OF .CROWN .LANDS. Tho followmhg CrovLYn Linds iro'dvertisad for sale, by pblio aUction, on Tuesdiy the alit djiy 4 September. selt, o tho Court Hiouso, Slle TOW1~jLOT&~ .',i~~ '" S( ,rITUpset prio-8 tper ce. t s TTanilots; being nllotmenis'f1 t 10 I f'setidd 933 bucln nniozifizog~t'von'riod e.; I.Lib ouliti:i z:. ':3l> r ,. f ' x f1.11: c l f"1

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

The Re. Mr ?if 4Cirr, 7i11 ceelebrmte Divine Service ti Shle oniSiilday ttie tih(ineftant, and ht ])oimellv'B Cieek.on Satmiday the 15th, ,Leing the fea?l bflthee .seavilptin alnd on Sunday, the 6th ,. ... Thviine Sericevtill he held in Ihe Praeby terian Chtlrch,?et Sal?'?on Sundny next, at 12 o'cloci-knoon, nnd-at hnlf.pnst. 6 oclock p.m. tAlso'at .Stetford at. 12 o'clock non. Thie en the Archde~ien Mill (D.V.) neduct )ivine Service, on Emnday next at St..Panl's in the morninig Ft 11.30, and in the evening 0t 6.30. ,-'ho,-lev , J.. Firth -will c..ndct Diviine 'Servic?n athe 1uld Hill oii tld 9th August at 11.30.

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

CONE of: teI gretes nvacks to Gippslanrid ithlit?a? t?to one time ha.ive .·re had _credit .for:the-actual returnsP ofi our gold-ields; [. Miners iavo pet d ioned, tramesmen . have retitione'dl ci"A landowfir ers liae pe itiio?ed for an escort, but an escort, further- than'.-a solitary policeman was never to:be got,,: WVe inay' well aklkow it is that .there js. an escort by lthieJaniidson fr:od ood'ij Poirit and the Jordan 1, Public-report says --though public report ofter, tells un?iuths-it .is because the late Chief Secretary was the most exten oite storekeeper in the district. 'Thiis maybe true or it may not be so, bt we kn?ow from our own.lnow ledge, tlidt mincinlerof the firm of Perkins sn?d Company openly de. fled Gippsland to be in a position to I have any weight with Government V as long as his relation, cousin, uncle, I or what, he did no: say, held the reins of the executive in his hands. v This, it appears, was no idle brag- no vain boast. An Escort was pro- t v-ided for J...

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COUNTRY LOTS. COUNTY UNNAMED, PARISH OF NUNTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

r:i, CO.U\.TYjLOTS.; titi .4 +CoI~t TYUNorA ag~iPsz lOFiNQNTIp;'irr( Siteslced'fronn onebt0' Ca ir aeiit a'dbutA of tihe E Cowaskeip" of Stratfard,;o: taC e o'ad le;:oS . U. lieet pvricer£bper nacret :t';+: it: Lot1p Allotionnti ee:yecidn 151B,31t ,Or 32p L'ot.20;;Altatontuast2'acctnnn15 B,':38Oo' o,+ LýtI 21" AllolineitiLaebtiun'15BB;1'39ii ;utct+ L'ot 22. AllotiueptJ'4' ndleetoi lB; 38eajl''"!~'~ .Lht`23'.Affii~znitl 5i'sclinin 1&B, 34A:Or: 32p: Lot 214 Allotment 6, eotuanf 1;5fB, t3a.e ,i Lot'25 Alloumeont 7, autidon 15 B 38 Lot On) illotrnerqt'8r1eeoC u 2 Et; 33 >2 'o Lot, 27. Allotment 2; eeotio:n: ii A,' 38nl' : s+? f CouNT~s N nl'ee~cnr .psj on ;1AA.DS.l Ooisaý Si&Calded) anite soii tl:bank- of eA&River A' van; Sadjoining the pre enijpiteeaecanio of Eagle Ya e. '' _ f ,!tUp et price l" per acre;_,"; ';n g Lot 28°Povtnon35;;1041Or 21- r.2p k"{ Lot z29.iPertion:3a;DOo .Ooemonth,-allowed' ko're ove (flinlo;rin l;t' .1;' = sgii ?i.p '1 4 11 1 vib I 010W...

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SUBURBAN LOTS. PARISH OF STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

SUBU1 ' N.AtIBWltr:i a rS RRD: ' , !Adjaaazan thetboflthip of St'r~afdrd aia the" ý{' '1.. iz`"totlt lcver ts x il . n r . Jjyuii / Upaar ib , 2r0b`as' a ..2 1 e mscit"' Allotniooita'4 708; anid' t1h.f0 containing 5 `acres' mnd n16mg 2 onunu ae &S aada ~~ it11 oti~i'I'Io R COUurzr Y UNNAED, I'ira Oasi0 fB NDALaauru.t &ituated, am tky soiith bnkoaL athe Ao River, s. aehyou~jceit to. thee towvashojo oj Stratjorot. ,.[t SUpst puce £20 l es a aro., 's; Lot 8 Anllotuict 47 ,.sadtzeo.9 415.oii" Lot 17J Allotmaot,12J aaotton"'g;'Oa; :,tdg,o0 Lot 18?Alt utao'nt 13,1 aectio.iO1Oi,?

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

TO ADVERTISERS. .It is particularly reqtii-sted that parties sending dveitisements will l)e particular in writing the nlinhber of inisertions ?n lnly oii ithe fii:oflthlie dierifienierit; as all Adrertine. mrenti not o insrhed sill be coitisnied ntil ;ciuntefinncled To lprevint,? mistakasp all notices of witli rmal are requelsted to bei mide

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

DEATH. At Port Albert, on the 31st ult., Annie, wife of Mr. Robert Adams, master of the schooner Eclipse, much and deservedly regretted.    

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CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

CULTIVATION, OF TOBACCO0. The season for tobacco sowing being imow't its height. We extrict the fsllowliig liitrudd tions reiatirve to the ?olslre of that l?,u' front the Farmer's Journal: 'iVithsreferenca to tho oultivation ofltsr bocco, a greait odeal hs beso learnt from ithe. experiouco of the Inst two seasons. As in the case of the vine, thoere will ventually be ili' Ausotralian system of management,--onie iri sing from the exigencies of our clitate. In the cultir'e and management of tobacco exist differences quite as great as in the case of the vine; the Gormanl plan ditfris from the Virginian, anid nsminr di "ereuces exist butweon the pectices creve of ndj,,ininsg states. It is chiefly with regard to the harvesting and ouring that practices ditfer, and as this will form the slbject of a futuro article, we shtl omit further notice of that part of "our :atti ject for the present, and coninef u our Obseorva Lions to the raising and growing of the crop. SEED, SEtD BnDS, AND SOWcea...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

MISOELLANEOUS. , The Melbonrne correspordent' 'of' teli e ' I'irmilton Spectator avss :-"It is a fiact ' i'hich' has nio 'previously been' stated:' T :I believe?,thnat: Iti.esre: Spiers' anid P;nd f: spenti ver £14,000 in tliefr' cricketing :: specnlaiotion. ''What they reali'ildthiyye . linive .nevebr told:,and requgsied: tltho who neceesarilyblicame acqiiinintedl with "r' the receipts never:t? ',liviilg' the .secreti : `Nnt whethIdr M;r. George Marshall' will ' : nmaingesR evervtith in" imdre ecoromnicnllyor i cantnot say, hIit it is: certainlvyt a bllidi eexperiiolait tdo hrini out ?cd;inil lot: ii c'ricketersa iti itlie fic° ofut the :neeertaiiilte: .i eicomndicilire'inidelttal to'i he vi-iti ?flthi'-?>'. irst elevjee r +a+ · l ." r· w 2 trced .its jtiIcoplet 1! edhe codintr of hRinir te! ' , praen t .yenr: . twi(l ha raivf ii to lhose .who, helheve iiiat vilitteers havll e "ltre itnelLb r ti list year, wlhen tlhey.i3$ iutta'iji~in coin pIaratively, in ,adv t?iea lioth tf the...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

TOWN TALK. The firEt crushin_ from no. 1 claim north on Edward's Reef yielded frmtn 22 tons of un. picl:ed quartz 136 ounces 12 peonay weights of gold. This was crushed at the Bucktouche battery, and was lodged in the Sale branch of the Bos. of Victoria on yesterday. The quartz crashing rmachine on the Crinoline was Eucceosfully net to work on the Iatter end of last week, we have nct as yet had any re'turns of the yield per ten, but have no he.itation in Fayitg that we believe it will Ie good. and fully equal to the crushings from the Edward's reef. It is now nearly twelve months since a numerously signed petition was prevented to the late Chief Secretary prsying for an escort to be esrtolihed bIetween Sale nod the Jocdan. Tis .petitin, however, proved of no ava l, and, ce?ecquently, much nd sedrione injurieo accrutd to this piticen of Gir alerd by keep. ing.-evered interests ohich sholuld natu raily depend the one upon the other. FIrtu. nately for its, however, the late ministry, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

SATURDAY, SrH AUGUST. Sale by Auction. AT the Yards. Foster -street : L 15 superior sadd!e and lhainess Horses. : .. .J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. S _ ONTIILY .AI.E of Horses. Cat 1 .t ile, &k.. at ROSEDALE, on the firt Thursday in every month. - J. SEWELL. Auctioneer. A "ON'HIY SALE of Jlos?ee. Cat .LVI tle. &c., at STRATFIORD, on the first 3lonlay in every, mnsth. : i'COLI, will sell by Auction, JJ at his Yards, Desailly-street, on the above date, at 12 o'clock, ,0 ;lend of ihst-class saddle and I . harness Horses, andti . A. fewv quiet Milking Cows, with STOCalves at foot. T,, Also, Preliminary .ot.ce. h~te . - ..... :e, and others . ACOLETO prt e ill sell by u urstion, Fr Sat h 'COLE has received instr on rti-ns frim the importers to Sell SbPnblic Aucdaton, on an early dayk, o hichdue notice will be saddiven and An assortmiet of Furnishlk ing Gods,t A fuilderst Ironmonger Gi and Dairy U t o f sils. er*o unted Ifales. To partLEX: L. PEARS, FNrm UCIS.; :rriT nd BthrS. S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

AM. TO i- V ELBouRNE. E fine screw Steamship 'KEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY. Lse will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. gght--cold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I1d. old, for shipment, mnst be entered to Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. ho day of sailing. etura Tickets........ ... .... 5 , Available for 14 days. . r freight .or passagoe apply to NNBULL, IIO.WDEN, & CO., rf-street, PortAlbert. l 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 expense. ac legraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACIT will leave tike ROYA\L EXCIIANGE EL, Sale, every WEUNeoDAY at carrying passengelrs to meet Steamer, returniing immediately her arrival. ares .. ... 30s. sengers and Parcels Booked gh from Melbourne to Sale. G. RILEY, Agent, Sale.: IOS, BIUR1OtWS, Agent, Port IPSON, and NEILLY, Agent, inders street west, Melbourne. FRENCH'S E-HORSE COACH. FARES. ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MALRKETS. W. E. and A S. King's Repnrt. Fat Cattle. -The market was more mde:ra-tey sup plied than it has been for the ?st ae k or two, and a lare rreportion of rough se-rnd quality attle were included in the number shown, which on the Erst dars numbered to 1353, prices. however, did not adrance owing to the butchers having large stocks on hand which will take some weeks to work off. One very fne let (90. Ware's) were old to-day. We quote-best bullocks, very prime, £7 to £8; good ditto, £4 15s to £5 103; second rate ditto, £3 to £3 "10s inferior, at barely store rates. Best pens cow-, very fine, £5 to £G; good cows, £3 10s to £4 ; inferior, £1 10s upw-ards. We sold-for Mr.-Peek, 30 bullocks at £4 1os: 103 bullocks, W.- Thomson, at £4 9s 2d ; S for Messrs. Thomson aind Canninnhame. at £4 13ts; 109 bullocks, M.r. Foster, £3 9s 4d; 60 cows, same owner, £3 6s 5d. Fat Calves.-Only a very small supply "of calves to hand, prices, nominal; a good lot coming forward wou...

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SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 3rd August. Before N. Gutheridge, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate. THESPASS ON GOVERNMENT WORKS IN PROGRESS. J. Box t. R. Boyle, P. Toole, P. Moran, and J. Cator. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Monday, 3rd August. Before N. Gutheridge, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate. TRESPASS ON GOVERNMENT WORKS IN PROGRESS.     J. Box. R. Boyle, P. Toole, P. Moran, and   J. Cator. Mr. Rawlinson, District Engineer, appeared on the part of the Board of Land and Works, and Mr. Atkinson, solicitor, for the plaintiff. Mr. Patten appeared for all the defendants. Mr. Patten enquired if the prosecution was a public or a private one?   Mr. Rawlinson replied that it was public. Mr. James Box was called by Mr. Atkinson, and deposed as follows. I know all the defend- ants. My brother and I are contractors on the line of road between Sale and Port Albert. I saw them on the 26th July. From information I received, I expected them to rush the works: On that day I saw four of them pulled up on the hill before they came to the works. I waited till about 12 o'clock to see if they were coming on. I then went up to them and asked th...

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A RIDE FROM SALE TO DONELLY'S CREEK REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

A RIDE FROM SALE TO DON NELLY'S CREEK REEFS The country between Sale and the Bald is so familiar to every person in Gippsland that any description of it here would be sup fluous; and yet there are few matters for journey to Donelly's Creek which will the traveller so forcibly and so agreeably (esp cially if he has not been over the ground ab the rush abont this time last year) as changes which have taken place on our exte sive agricultural plains. Where this time   year we could have a scamper for many mu or the kangaroos, fences run like and the young crops are showing   dreds of acres of agricultural hort, if the silence and gloom which o long over this part of Victoria has ven place to   Tile pluuh:hl;y's whistle ý ad te mtilk.lntid','e saog," re the plought.boys in this colony Iste, or the milk.m tids sing. ai there Otfr ofploghsand cows,as welt as reaping a and threshing machines, and plenty S er citltciratiom. There is everything a~nge al...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

TO ADVERTISERS. It is particularly requested that parties sending advettisementts will he particular in writing the number of insertions plainly on the face of thie advertisement, as ill advertico. meuts not so marked will be continued uItil countermanded. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are requested to be made in writing. Divine Service will he held in the P'resby. terian Church, at Sale. on Sunday neit, at 12 o'clock neon. and at half past 6 o'clock p.m. Also at Baidrnsdale at 11 o'clock am.

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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM, WITH THE JUNE MAILS. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 26TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

ARRIVAL OF TH:E NORTHAM,. .Wi ' 'WrtI TIHE JUNE MAILS. FROM3 THE " AOGUS" TELEGRAM.] GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 26TI JUNE. tHer Majesty continues in good health, and now auppe:rs often in public. On the 1Oth Jnie, the ineau;uration of a stalin of th1e0 lute Prinde Cions.irt took place with the grcatest eclat. 'The PLrince anid Princess of Wales are everywhecro received with the great-. est enthllusiias?i . On the 24th June, a banquet was given at \VWilis's itomis by Aiistralian gentlemelt ini Londonl, to the neuw Go vernor of Victoria, who could not be preseLit, owing to llness. Notnith itandig his indisposition,l he intended leavinlg iu the Sutfolk on the 26th of Junie. The House of Coniiolm s has declined to discuss the Polish question uintil ltusuai: had nlliswelred distinctly the notes of the 'Three Powers. Great distress still exists in the mansul'fltulriulg distriltai. Fortnightly postal coinnuunication with Anlutrlia, via Gatlle, still 'llengages publlic ttention, and will like...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

" EXCELSIOR" FRIDXY, AUGUST 14, 186s3,' Ei ice .to inquire at this moment what would do the greatest amount of ggod to the greatest nwumber in Gippsland, we believe that the uni versal answer would be the establish, ment of an escort between the Jor dan, Donnelly's Creek, and Sale. At this very moment the greater part of the gohl produced finds its way out of the district without pass ing through any legitimate ohannel, and consequently is not roecognised by the district press, We who re side in a central posi ion, from whichl the greater umber,. if not all, the roads radiate,are still ignorant of the vast resources of our gohl-fields, and our reports can only be made up from the small quantity sold at the branch hanks here, and the results of individual discoveries which are too rich to be kept in the dar:k. IHitherto, this secret transit of gold may have answered .its purpose, but no'w that the results of ma?ichinery are beginning to be apparenlt, secrecy is at an end. If gold is ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (PER TELEGRAPH, VIA MALTA.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

LATEST INTELLIGENCE; (PER TELEORAPu, VIA ?ILTA.) The Northersn States have been in vaded by the Confederatenarmy. Wash iugton, Philadelphia, and lahlinore are.. nmenaced. Sttlirt'a cavalry. are at Chamnberahur.. There is reo.t conster nation. The states militia have been called out; bbut there is a reluctant res poene. The garrion of Vicksburg has been reintlrced by Johnston. It is rumoured that the French Emperor proposes a jint recognition of the Southern Coufedleracy. Russia has accepted the propositions made to her, and a iood arrauii.emntelll is expectel in the Polish question. Sir Joshua Jebb lihas lied suddenly. Lord Palmerato, is suff:rilg severely from venenuious gout.

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