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STRINGER'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN COelRlESPONDKNT.) The road at present in use to Stringer's Creek branches off from the Donnelly's Creek road about 200 yards beyond Barber's Restaurant, which is about 10 miles from the Bald Hill. Tlihe distanco from Barber's to the Deep Creek is about 7 miles, and not a bad road. This creek, I believe, runs all the year, and at the time of our crossing was about three feet deep. It is rock-bound and romantic. After leaving this creek the mountain travelling commences, and the remaining 8 miles is about the worst I ever travelled. Some idea of it may be formed from the novel plan adopted of ascending its pre cipices by holding fast by the horso's tail. We came across some beautiful native pheasants on our :journey, and arrived on the reefs about nightfall, where we were kindly received by Mr. Carver, who showsed us over tlhe ground on the following morning. There are 18 claims taken upo north of the prospecting clnim, and 5 to the south. No. 13 is the...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. In a mmnasterv' of the Levuit, there is a monk thirty.five years of age, who never saw a woman. He has no recul lection of his tmther. 1 t Wake up here, and pay your lodg. Inlg," said the deatce n, as he ml edll a sleepy stranger with the contribution hi.. Boutra.n.--Whetl the Enelish were ,ood Catholics they usn illy draink the Pope's healt i it a full glass every day ialter dinner--au bon perq; whence the word bumper. 1 ratlher interestiing case of "friend. ship." as it is called oiln ne side, but of " public fraudl," us tho jtlge called it, c.:nne to li ht in an interlpleadler case in the Collunty Court, 13allsartt, on Satur. day, in the case of R11n,,:all v Onslow. It nppeart, from the report given by the Star, th[it the plaintiff had levied under I jaulgctent obtained, when one Hiigh Caniphlell claimed under a bill of sale whi ichll Ipirplrted 'to: e security for £200 of lawful 'Britah nilneyv" had anad ru oiveod ,by the defendant. It turned out..' however, that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

fO0 TIMBER MERCUHNTS and ! Others.- For SA.E. STEAM SAW-aILLS, On the banks of the River Tambo, North Gippaland. 33 acres of land, title Crown grant, all fenced with three-railed fen sing. Also, 7 nerln' hults, I large store, Blclacksmnith's shop and. tools, All advantageously situated on the above ground, THE SAW-.MILL is fitted with one of l]ankin's hori zontal engines, high pressure, two egg-boilers, 10in. cylinder, 2ft. Gi n stroke of piston; fls wheel 8ft diameter nominal 12-horse powver; force andi lift puls, Twenty-six feet above level of water is a reserve tank capab'e of hold ing 30u gallons. MIACHINERY consists of 30 x (i0, vertical frame fr logs 4ft. tin. diameter; self-acting reversible traveller, 3011., with flht and loose pulleys; cast iron circular-saw bench 'or 1Gin cut, with loose and fh?t pulleys, Tramiroad and truck in connection with vertical frame-traveller. Timber-shoot to wllarf, and waste do. to furnace. This is the only saw-mill in the dis trict, and command...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

PARLIAMENTAKRY. In the A,,emhly, on Wednesday evening, 6th instant, Mr. Loder gave notice of n motion on the subject of Her M'jesty's right to the gold in the soil, and mining on private pro perty-generally. In answer to Mr. BEookle, Mr. 3PCulloch said no application had been made to the Government on the subject of pensions tunder the recently drawn up regu lations. His Excellency, "however. had per mitted him to say that applications had been made to him for pensions by the two heon. membara for Villiers and Hetesbury, and sub sequrotly by Dr. Evans His Excellency had applied to the law officers for th-ir opinion on a certain point, and warrants had been sent to his (.lr. ?ICulloch's) ,ffice. to have the seal of the colony affixed. The law officers had advised that the Government could not refuse to allow the seal to be affixed, as de sired. In answer to Mr. Eo'Csnn, Mr. Grant otated that he hoped the Local Government Bill would libeome law in the courseof the following week. and ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

' TOWN TALK. The tender of Mfr. E. James for the erection of a stock-de and police buildings in York street 1hm been cceptedl. The amount being £2,685 10s. For the third time we find tenders called for the turvey of a telegraph lito from Mel. bourne to Port Albtert, via Sade. Perhp.lp there ma.y be some luck in the ito ge :uutlber 3. but the time allowed for receiving tenders --until the 31st August-is too short to leadr! tos to believe that there is any reality iin the advertisement. Should the contract, however, be accepted, we hope this time that we shall have no " Discontented lfarryl" nor Sale SBusy' Dicke" running about with petitions in thuir'h told, to get the line ear led by some. friend's door and away ft om some others,wholt they do not rate in that category. Gover-t. ment only want the chance to get out of the outlay. If we wanted any further proof of the rich less of lEd.vards' reef and the evenness of its vahle, it is now fur tniched by the result ,f last week's crushi...

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AMERICA. INVASION OF THE NORTH. NEW YORK, JUNE, 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

AMERICA. INVASION OF THE NORTH. NEW YORK, Juar, 13. Affirs are goiig in on more decisively in favour of penice. ileetiunrs hive been held inthei Northern States, an I resl-d tins passed eonldelmning the Govern mnelt for proseiutilg the war, nreipng, peace it any price, andl dminaudinl that f the wishes of the people he respected. ithe accountls of List in ntl's proiearl ings, as repirted by the Federal Gr vernment,are not reliedl in iyv the North .rlere themnselvies. Anthentic replrts say thllt General Lee's army, nnmlierl . Ii 10 ),000 mne, en pp)itedl by an immense cavalry force pnder General Stuart, is on the siove tmwards \VWincihester mndl Har per's Ferry. The greatest alarm -pre. 1 vails in \W\ainlgton. Preliminary ar rangements foir the enfrrcemenit of the I conscrilptioi Act had led to a breach of the pence and then mnrder. It is tlhought Government will nt llie able to carry ouit tleo' neasnire. The vilunltryv eniitlient t iof the black population is nov the grand I ijlea a...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. August 10th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK,. (LuSlo A conLtESPOxDENT.) August 10th, 1863. Ere this reaches you, I expect you will have heard the result of the first crushing at the Ed wards' reef--5 tons, result 327 ounces. This ought -to give courage to a large number of miners to try their luck, as one and all agree that these ranges hohl inexhaustible wealth in quartz. If my prophecy holds good which I made ten mouths ago, next sunmmer will be the proof. At that time, from my former expe rience, I said that river mining would be but as a speck on a hill to what quartz mining would be, and half my words have already come true. On Friday the Crinoline commenced their trial crushing. Of course the result will not be known until a cleaning up. I have heard that the reefs on Stringer's are looking better than even these up here. It is a great pity thst some wealthy company do not put up machinery--it is a crying shame, and will be a lasting stain on the charac ter of Gippsland for ever. Now is the time to stir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

THIS DAY, 'FIIDAY, 14TI AUGUST. Sale by Auction. J SEWELL will sell, at the Yards. S"Foster-street, This Day, instead Of Saturday, as usual, 12 Saddle ana Harness Horses. Sale at 12 o'clock noon. SATURDAY, 15Tm AUGUST. To Builders and Others. Sale by Auction. j SEWELL is instructed by P. II. a 3M'ADELL, Esq., to sell on the ground, corner of lla moand and York streets, at 12 o'clock noon, "The. FRAMEWORK of a COTTAGE, Containing Four Rooms. The Timber is all sound and well seasoned, and can be easily removed. Terms, Cash. No reserve. WEDNESDAY, 19TH AUGUST, Sale by Auction, -AT THE TURF HOTEL. .?T .SEWELL is instructed to sell; at S-. the TUarF Hor.s, on the above date, 12 Head of First - class Saddle and Harness Horses 8 Superior lilch Cows, newly calved 6 Prime Fat Cattle Lot of larness, and S uudries too unmahrous to mentiop. Sale at 12 o'clock noon. SATURDAY, 29Ta AUGUST. TO CARRIERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. Sale by Auction. : SEWELL is instructed by Mr. J. J TAYLOR. of W\Vrigul Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

EAM TO IMiELBOURNE. IE fine screw Steamship ICEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY. ses will be carried to or from Port ... Albert at 30s, each. -. ight-t?old, 2d. per ounce. Part eels over 200 ounces, bld. old, for shipment, must be entered he Customa before 10 o'clock a.m. he day of sailing. return Tickets........ ........5 Available for 14 days. or freight or passage apply' to KINBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., arf-street, PortAlbert. 11 goods at consignees' risk when ed. All goods discharged, if not oeed from the wharf before 4 o'clock ., will bo stored at consignees' risk expense, a c elegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FIVE HORSE COACI will leave the ROYAL EXCIIANGE TEL, Sale, every W\EDNEsDAY at im., carrying passengers to meet Steamer, returning immediately r her arrival. Fares .. .. 30s. assengers and Parcels Booked tugh firot Melbourne to Sale. .? G RILEY, Agent, Sale. 'llUS. BUItO\VS, Agent, Port oert. I?IPSON and NEILLY, Agent, 3 Flinders street west, Melbourn...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

rnCO0MMElROIAL:. i? ELBOURNE nfARKETS. Kaye, Butchart and Co.'s report. Fat Cattle. 085 head of cattle were yarded. Such as were good bold better; than for some weeks; fair medium stock fetching fully 20s a head more A large proportion of the stock submitted to the hammer were small, light to inferior. There is every piobability of the market for the next fortnight being better, from the heavy stocks on hand being exlmusted, and the late inclement weather preventing owners from investing. Best bulloeksbrought from £6 10s to £7 5Is; good do, £5 to £G ; light and inferior, £3 to £4 10s ; best cows, £5 to £6 10s; good do, £4 to £5 ; inferior and light, £1 10s to £3 10s. We disposed of as follows: 210 :bullocks, for John Johnson, Esq., of Newburn Park, average £6 1s 6ld ; 95 bullocks and cows, John Pilmer, Esq., average £6 and £4 is 6d; 130 bullocks and- cown,..Godfroy-,Jlackinnon. Esq., average £6 5s anld £4 2s; 40-Wartman, Esq., Total, 465. No heavy. prine cattle forward. We shall sel...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnnrVcn-Augn-t 6. Keera, .e., 114 tns. S. Patrick, from Mel. bourne. Turnbull. Howden & Co., agents. August 10. Helen S Page, 217 tons. T. Spring, from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood, agents. - AIUntD (Welshpoal)-August 5. Ittde Waters, 580 tns, J. Calder, from Dunedin, in bl:last. Johnson & llhod,ngents. Eclipse. 180 toils. It. Adams. from Hlobart Town. Johnsm) and Ho-,o, ngents. EXPOo:rs-Auguest 5 Free Trader, for Ilobart Town, 90 heat cattle. 17 hides. . Auglst 7. Glencoe, for Hobart Town. 77 head cattle. Eclipse, for Hobart Town, 78 head cattle. Keera, for Melbourne, 140 ounces gold, August 8. Beugal, for Dunedin, 210 head cattle. August 12. Kate Waters, for Dunedin. 280 head cattle. CLEAnRED OUT--Auginbt 5. Free Trnder. for Hobart Town. William Iill, for Newcastle, N.S.?., its bal last. August 7. Glencoe, for Iobart Town. Keeri, for Melbourne. , Eclipse, for Hobart Town. August 8. Bengal, for Dunedin. August 12. 'srl Kate Water...

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VICTORIAN TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

VICTORIAN TRAMWAYS. We have for some time been anxiously ex pecting to have some detailed prospectus of the proposed tramway between Port Albert and Sale brought forward by our southern neigh- bours. They appear, however, to be so dila- tory in all these matters, that we, for the satisfaction of our northern friends, now pub lish a statement of the cost of construction and working expenses of the Warrnanbool tramway--the only succesful line in Victoria that we are acquainted with. The following letter is written by the engineer of the line; and contain his many useful hints to projectors of either rail or tramways in this district.- We are indebted to J. M. Allan, Esq, for a copy of the following communication : " Warrnambool, 28th July, 1863. " MI. DEAn Sil,-In reply to your letter, t dated 17th July, I have very much pleasure in responding to your application for full par ticulars respecting the Warrnambool Trnmm. way. The tramway in question, one-and-a. quarter miles in length, w...

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ANOTHER CASE OF "DOCTORING." AYRSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 August 1863

ANOTHER CASE OF " DOC TORING." ATMSIRE AGiucrLTCRAL ASOCt Tto'. Wilth all the deserved snccess attend- I ing the exhibitions of our county ar"i cultural as-,ciation,, it is very painfll to know that that success is sometimes marrel 1.y the ma!practice. of those who compete anonally, either for di-tinction or lucre. It is now five years since the tunous, or rather, infamous. case of " doctoring" a prize bull by affixina arti ficial horns with cutta-pereha, startled1 the agricultural world, and engaged the attention of the local circuit for nearly a day. On that occasion the culprit wan fortunate enough to escape cnnviction and puishmeil t, throuah a legal tech :,iteniry al, y and successfully pleaded by hin council ; and while the result of :Le trill gave satisfaction to those sho ol ijcrcd to an individual being singled i.ut an the victim of a system only dis cI ov.rd in his person, every body suppo set! that the example then made woudl relieve all the agricultural societies in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

TAKE NOTICE. A T M'GIIEES is now offered a large and varied stock of GOODS, com prising : Ironmongery, in all :its branches Doors, Sashes, and Timber Paperhangings, 'Paints, Oils, Colors, iand Brushes Mattresses and Pillows, in hair, coiir, wool, and feathers Bedsteads . Kerosene Lamps,Chandeliers, Globes, Chimneys, Shades, Wicks, "Burn ers, and Trimmers Coziens' Kerosene Oil (at Melbourne price s) A first;class assortment of. 'Carpei Stears' Tools Also6Shoenmakers' Material-as Lasts; -Pegs; Heel-tips, knives, Gb., &c. ? ze?:oole Stodk. is 'eTred "h CO'ST PRICE: - :' ' Terms-CAsH. . " M ' 'G[lEE'S, Raymnond-st. Ssale; 27th July, 1863. Take Notice. H IIE. remainder of the STOCK now offering at COST PRICI at IM'GIIEE'S. Terms-CAsn. OBSERVE. ALL ACCOUNTS due to the un A . dersigned, if not Paid, or other wise arranged for by MoNDaY, the 10th of AuousT, shall be sued for, with costs incurred. DANIEL GI'GIEE. Sale, I7th July, 1863. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS ! DANIEL IVI'G'HEEE BEGS ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

MIISCELLANEOUS. Of all the Percy family the inoblest is Percy Vere (persevere); and' the most cr.:el Percy Cute (persecute). According to La Franse King George of Greece will remain for another year in Denmsark to complete his stddies. At the end of next May his marriage. will be.celebrated with thothird daughteri of Queien Victoria. W\T understand that a portion of. a field of wheat belonging to iMr. Wariier Barr, at Rossgloss; near 13alliihasike, is already in ear. Mr. 1Barr iti oniieof:our most energetic and .iutelligent farmers' -Wfhite Star. " :f ' :' TbIencse of-'Colonel WVai~hli?s been farther, adjurntd, als , r. Coun?iissoner , Goulbuirn, vilL?not .allow. hini to suir render on as ihnbakrupt;,unless thel £S'30;' . takoen away when he left tho e country is refunilede K; n The Qsen . l?s- given orders for; the appointment of R ar- kdmiral the Ion. Edward Alfred John. Harris, her. Majes ty's Mlinister.Plenipotouitiarv to the Swiss Confcderation, 'aud uoratio Nelson Lay, lEaq., ...

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THE PROPOSED BILL TO AMEND THE LAND ACT OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

THE PROPOSED BILL TO AMEND THIE LAND ACT OF 1862. The following is a rsumdh of the alterations in the land system of the colony proposed by Mr. Ilcales' Bill, which, by its last clause, when it shall have become " an act," is to be incorporatud with and continuo in force for the same time as the Land Act, 1862, and both acts are to be read together. The bill contains forty.sovon clauses and six schedules. The first clause is moerely introductory, and relates to grants of sites for chulches, schools, &c. The 2nd clause refers to the sale of lands by ulcctiua; anld trmiu thi to heo 2Jth clause, the bill is devoted to " estates in fee, and lu.ases with cuvecnits of plre-mcuption." By or the 2ad clause, th'r sectioan of the Land Act dit oa 1S02, numbered 12 to 37, are repealed.- tra Tihe 'ad claucs, however, whilst lapealiag i nt these sections of the former act, rerrves ally or right e\hich may have accrued under them. ore The 3rd and 4th clauses especially reserve soo the righ...

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THE IN AUGURATION OF THE PRINCE CONSORT'S MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

TIIE INAUGURATION OF/ THE PRINCE :CONSORT'S MEMO RIAL. On the 10th of June the public cere mony of uncovering theo. commemora tive memorial; erected riot less as a perpetual record of the Great Exhibi tion, than .as a tribute to the Prince Consort, to whose untiring exertions its vast success was due, was celebrated at South Kensington with .every circum stance of stately pomp and royal cere mony. ..Tihe whole fete was well planned in its broad features, well ar ranged in its minute details, and passed off with all the success which usually attenids the public exercise of the fune tions of the royalty in this country. The Prince of Wales was iný tile uni form of a general officer. The princess, radiant and smiling as usual, vwas dressed in a pale mauve silk, with a rich lace mantle.. Theo.,Priincesnses Helena and Louisa were similarly attired. Prince Alfred presented a' manly figure in the most elegant of all uniforms- that of tile navy; and the two younger princes, Arthur .and Leop...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

TO THIE EDnIJR OF THIE GIPO'3LAND TIMES.' Stn,-Through the meduin of your journal, I beg leave to inform stock-owners and others desirous to have their cattle inspected by me, that from the immense demand uponmy time in distant quarters, I cannot afford to ride over runs, to look for or inspect cattle running at large in extelnive paddocks; and therefore I must request all persons requiring my services after this date will have mobs of cattle they wish to be inspectedin a small enclosure. I beg here also to state that I will in no in stance travel on the Sabbath, for purposes con nected with my duties as commissioner of pleuro. pneumonia. I have the honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, JOHN 3M. ALLAN. Sale, 20th August, 1863.

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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 — 21 August 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE OIPPSJLAND TIMES. Sit, -If there are any blessings in this life or in that which is to come in store for those who suffer wrong and neglect with patience and meek ness, then will the inhabitants" of Stratford, at sname period, inherit a rich reward. I am a stranger in this district, but having been over a very large portion of Australia,-and it has been my business to pay more than a passing notice to the state of the roads over which I passed,- I have no hesitationin saying that the road be. twecn Sale and Stratford has been for the last four months in the most disreputable condition of any permanent approach to any other town ship that I know in any other portion of these colonies. In fact, to see a bullock-team or horse team labouring and toiling through Nuntin forest -Nuntin forest, did I say I through mire and mud I mean, with trees standing here and there as land!m...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

TOWN TALK. It is now beginning to be time that we heard something of the extension of the Sale Town Common. By come error or misrepresentation, Stllo wac0 put off with a couple of hundred icres of awamp, whilst nearly ten times that quantity way lying wiete btweLv n thv l e h!o tuar. . ,.a:: the lnundala unlh common. This waste land had been applied for by petition from the inhabitants of Sale, and though frequent reference had been made to the Government officers here as to the advisability of the allocation, to which favourable answers had been returned, yet, up to this moment, we never heard one word in reply. The unclaimed Crown lands in the back-water, which should belong to Sale, are now run over by the caltle of Bslnda!aguah farmers and others, from which neither the Crown nor district derive one penny of profit. Should this continue, we consider the township of Sale is deprived of its rights, and that some of our best lands are made a common for a few cattle owners who have ...

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