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LATER NEWS. SYDNY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

LATER NEWS. SYDNY, FlIDAT. The Claud Hamilton brings Auckland nuews to the 3th ult. A general rising of the natives occurred on the 17th July. Theo next day they attacked the military escort, and a skirtuish took place at Brury [Drury 1], boeroe 'reported. The MaIories lost seventy. Slight skirmishes oc curred daily, Cameron had made a sccret expedition to Parapuro, where the natives were reported to be in force. On his arrival he found that the natives, having received information, had de aelted their whares. Several volleys were fired from the scrub, and a number of natives were seen upon the hills, where attac was impossible. A batallion of the 18th Regiment and a company of Royal Eugineers had arrived from England, per Norwood, and had at once taken the field. The papers confirm the statement that the Maories had got in the rear of the troops, thus compelling a change of the basis of operations. Grcat fear of an attack on Auckland still existed. A proclamation had issued, warnin...

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AN ECCENTHIC MIBER [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

lscct Iro Itr'm-.A little time ago u i~ed illi i 0 I lfnr'quin and niejmllioneire, I tom lived itt it houitlh upl)ttIIIdl8 ef 1,000 13bbt, i h01 ole lenltti~tllo lletht increasedH~ 4 multipliedoe aiu u aurn iii larlour, kuitchlen, bedroom ; th only dr·iaw Luctek to their mOlulity being the daily nk fur euelu iuud:viuuul 411419 Lau kcd the RLuud U etndc helt fuor ýi t~ttad Uuur ue u tsoueuk thue uld gi uhuUd uto treep, out intu the etruet to the Okiuuo which routierud trout hie null. repaote,8

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

THE WAR IN NEW ,ZEALAND [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] . (rouM TuE: AoGUS OORrESiONDET.)' SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. The Kate brings news to the 30th of July. Numerous murders had been committed on settler's families by the tluories, cheity \Wai katos. General Cameron was advancing inWanikato territory, The natives were pursuing their old tactics. They would not meet the troops, but continued to harass any detached parties. Two slight skirmishes had occurred. A por. tioe of the 65th attacked a body of natives near Drury. The Maorics fled. A detach. ment of the 11th R0gimoe?t surroudced a number of natives who lyd just murdered two selttlers. A short conflict ensued. The na. tivres broke, and took refogo in the scrub. Three soldiers wore killed, and two wounded. The news of a general engagoment was hourly expected when the K?ltu sailed. -- I tel ligeoce h.ul been roceived of a body of 1,000 Mliories en route for Aucklad. The people of the town were expecting an attack hourly, anod requeotel suffli...

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

PARLIAMENTARtY.: In the Legislative Assembly on Friday, the 14th inst. : SALE COURT-HOUSE. Dr. Mockny asked the hon. the Com. missioner of Itailways how soon the erection C of the court-house at Sale would he proceeded tl with, for which money was voted this session G of Parliament I t Mr. Grant replied that plans were being prepared, and teuders for the work would be called for shortly. TELEORAPII LINE TO OGPPSLAND. Dr. Mackay asked the hen. the Chief Secrc taly how soon the construction of the electric telegraph to North Gippsland. for which a t sum of money was voted this session of Parlia. ment, would be proceeded with I? He said he had beei informed that the Government did t not intend to carry out the work. Mr: M'Culloch replied that the hou. mem ber was misinformed. The Government in tended to carry out the work, and tenders were now being called for, for a survey of the beat line over which to carry the telegraph. In answer to Mr. Gillies, Mr. Sullivan said, a lmodification ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

BIRTH. On the 20th August, Mrs. H. M. Pearson, of a son. TheVen. the Archdeacn will (D.V. conduct Divine Service on Sunday next at St. Panul' in the morning at 11.30, andl in the cveuing at 6.30. The Rev J. Firth will conduct Divine Service at Stratford at 11.30. Se'vice will be held at D neluily's Creek on 30th Asugut. Divine Service will be held in the Presby. terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next. at. 12 n':,clk noon. anl at half-past 6 o'clock p.m. Also at the RIl Hill, at 11 o'clock a.m.

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

CRINOLINIANA. (Prom rBlackwood'e Ja.lagbine for June.) You ask lne, gentle cousin mine, To praise the beauty of your eyes; And, trust me, they are fair and Gfus As are the stars of Paradiso : Bright scintillations. of the soul That stirs my inmost being, sweet, Fhin would I lay, without control ' My heart and homage at thy feet. One thing alone retards the sign Forgive me1-'tis thy Crinoline I ~ No devotes of art am I; Nor would I wish my love to wear That scantiest of all drapery, . That.Venus rising, fresh and fair, r :.e:' From out the warm cEgean wave, Cast loosely round her rosy limlbs,? ..When all the Greces welcome gave, .! And Nereids sang their sportive hymns,', But there's somo differnceo, I opine, 'Twixt diaphano and Criuoline. Another Venus once I saw, A young Caffrarian from the Cape ; And Bond Street swells surveyed with awe' Thlovast proportions of her shape, Jet-black aud woolly was her hair, And damson-hued her bounteous lips; But more admired, beyond compare, Were ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

JJt &ilfrill!Il MiýIti. . FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, '1863. THE amendment to the Duffy Land Act is what we suppose the Eastern Market orators would term a most liberal bill. A payment of five shil lings per acre, with free selection, and a rent of half-a-crown per year for six years, gives a right to a fee simple of any quantity of land up to 640 acres. This is liberalism car riod to its utmost extremity-that is what is called liberalism in the anti podes of Great Britain. Further examination of the bill will, however, throw some grave doubts on the libe ral intentions of the devisers of the amendment, To make a purchaser owner, lie must be an actual resi dent, and besides he must, within three years, lay out a sum equiva lent to one pound per acre in im provements on the land. At the end of three years he may dispose of his right, title, and interest, but up to that time all such transfers are ille gal. Acts of Parliament containing penal laws which can be evaded tend much to destr...

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

SATURDAY, 22ND AUGUST. J SEWELL will LET by AUCT'I'0N * the IREFIIESIIMEN I' TENT ai theensuing Agricultural PLOUGIING MATCH, at his -ards, Foster-street, on the above date, at 1!2 o'clock noon. For particulars, apply to the Auc tioneer. SATURDAY, 22S D AUGUST. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL will sell, at the Yards, Fe oster-street, on the above date, 15 Saddle and liarnu s Horses. Sale at 12 o'clock noon. .SATURDAY, 29Tm AUGUST.: TO CARRIERS, PARMEPS, AND OTHERS. Sale by Auction. ISEWELL is instructed by MIr. J. la TAYLOR, of Warrigul Creek Sta tion, to sell, on the above date, at the :Yards, Foster-street, 15 Head of heavy Colts and Fillies. No reserve, Sale at 12 o'clock noon. :'SATURDAY, 29Tm AUGUST. Sale by Auction. J SEW'ELL will sell, at the Yards, e . Foster-street, A. few good Cows, just springing. MONDAY, 31sT AUGUST, Sale by Auction. T SEWELL is instructed. hby the .a consignees to sell, without reserve, the undermentioned Goods : :: l Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Candles Pickles. S...

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

EIM TO M ELBOURNE. fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every AY. es will be carried to oi from Port Albert at 80s, each. hbt- bld, 2d. per ounce. Par- - cels over 200 ounces;, 1Id. Id, for shipment, must be entered o Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. o day of sailing. eturn Tickets...............£5 Available for 14 days. r freight or passage apply to NBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., rftstreet, PortAlbert. I goods at consignees' risk when d. All goods discharged, if not ved from the wharf before 4 o'clock , will be stored at consignees' risk xpense. a e FRENCH'S VE-HORSE COACH. FARES. Albert to Sale .. £1 10 0 Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 to Bald llll .. .. 0 15 0 AVES the CLUB HOTEL, SALE, every WEDNESDAY morning, at in., and returns immediately on al of steamer. G. FRENCOH, Proprietor. .B.-All Parcels " by steamboat" nded for the " Express Coach" must ddressed care of Messrs. Johnson Ilood, Port Albert. c4ap e CONVEYANCE will leave the CLUB HOTEL em BALD HIILL, on every MON...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

COIL'IEROIAL. MELBOURNE MAIRKIETS. Iaye, Butcthar and Co.'s Report.-Fat Cattle. -9177 were yarded, the most of which were little lots from the various. paddocks in tie vicinity of town ; very few country drafts for ward. There wooas greater competition, and the prospects for the next three weeks are decidedly good. Best bullocks fotched from £7 10s to £13; good do, £6 to £7 ; fair and light, £4 to £5 5s; inferior, £2 to £3 10s; best cows, £7 to £8; good do, £5 10s to £6 15s; fair and light, £4 to £5 ; inferior, £1 5s to £3 10s. We sold since last report as follows :- 190, Mir. A. Cunningham's, from £2 to £6 Os; 135, Messrs. Curtain and Tobin's, bullocks averaging £7 12s Gd, cows £6 10s; 100 do do, second draft, do, from £1 10s to £8 ; 180, Mr. James Butchart's, from £1 10s to £9; and 10, F. Anderson's, from £3 10s to £5 5s ;-total, 615 head. The low class cattle sold by us were pig-mecaters. Calves.-43 in, which were sold very well. We sold 10 inferior from 21s to 25s. Messrs. Dalma...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1863

SIlIPPLNG INTELLitGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AneIvrD-A-guslt 13. Keera, .s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, from liel bourne. Turihull, HIowden I Co., agents. 1t.PonTs--August 1J. Keera, from Melbour .-, 7 pkgs tea, 64 bags sugar, 1 qr-casks, and 2 casas brandy, I qr casks 2 cues wine, 7 pkgs tobacco, 9 pkgs dried fruits, 13 pkgs beer, 3 bags rice, 1 pkg hops, 2 qr.-msks cordials, 1 pIg coffee, and sundry free good. ExPOnTS-Augnst 14. Helen S.. Page, for Clarence river, N.S.W., 43 horses, 2 drays. CLEARED OUT-August 14. Keera, for Melbourne. Helen S. Page, for Clarence river, N.S.W. SAILED.-August 12., : Eclipse. 180 tons, R. Adams, from Welch. pool for Hobart Town. August 14. Keera, as.., 114 tons, S. Patrick, for. Mel. bourne. August 17..: Heled S. Page. 217 tonsT. Spring, for Cla. renc river, K.S.W. 'Passengers - Cobin: Mfeare. Stltham, Minter, )laweson, Culrie, Cromley, Hedley, Mercutt ; and 22 in steerage. August 12 Bengal, 479 tons, T. Sivier,`rom Welchpool, for Dunedin. `. , Kate' Waters'. 5...

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A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

A 1ARD CASE. A correspon.lent of tha Ball.barnr Slar ,f Tueiday, nilcer thie sigjature of Juslitic. Amator, gives anl account of the f.llowing hard cisc--" In eastinlg a glanco over your p lice reprt of tho 3rdl AugXut, I there sec thint LiHry Jncksmo, firmeirly a hawker, nwdl well tknown in U.dlaarat, hldiA ia cionspicu inu dCpl?:iie amn tile ;uiin a oii'c rini cui)tlnit Icra. If" vt refer to youir is.-e'BofO(ct. last, you will -il nd the a'me mwin t-inding hli trial fir horse stealinig, :ii sentuinccl to live years on the rouds of the cl,,ny, a eentelce pias'. d F\or eie if tl ,v chrges preferred :tlinsit hiin. I remcimb)er iearitg the unhappIy nt.r. ask fur a post )pwmnnllt of theI their ca-( in o?nler to iprolcre e itnesfts fr hii dlefence, whlici I .tihad int beei aecoriled iin his first ttild. 1 Thlt reqist wa.i gar;la t, nmd the fol. t lo\ing siasiins (i)Dectt!b<i), when tried a ..cin , Jiikstai's iuticncle w.is so Sntis Sf.atorilv pi.rvel, t, b.t.h jiui.e antil ji...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

.t ? " EXCELSIORl" - FRIDAY, AUGUST 2s, 1863. d it Tis conversion of Sale into a Muni cipality has suddenly raised this township above the level of all other townships in Gippsland. We no longer rank amongst the ham'ets of the district, VWe have burst the chrysalitic shell, and stand forth a ifull blown town, with councillors, chairman and all the other para a phernalia therounto belonging. To , arrive at a position is however mucl easier than to maintain one, and it c now remains to be proved whether r Sale is.worthy of the honors which 9 have been heaped upon her, The benefits to be derived from muni cipal government are by no means arbitrary, and very many times the expected advantages are turned into certain disadvantages. In nearly every instance where this has been the case it has been entirely owing to the carelessness and neglect of the rate payers themselves. They seem to forget that the Municipal s board is not or ought not to be a spouting saloon. Councillors meet to tran...

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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 — 28 August 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsibl for the opinions of our correspondolo s. TO THE EDITOR OF THE OPtILSAND TIMEsi. SIR,- Observing several letters and advertise. ments lately appearing in your paper, signed " J. 31. Allan, Pleuro-pneumnonia Commissioner," I beg to call attention to the following facts, op. posed to the satam : It is illegal for the Commissioner,to fix Sandy Creek as a boundary across which cattle may not come south, without inspection ; or to advertise that front 3rd August no bullock-teams may cross Stastford Bridge, going south. This letter is not only illegal, but unjust, as in many in stances the owners of the teamns lhad paid for uspection for six months. A Commissioncr under the Pleuro-pneumonia Act has notpower to diride as unclealn district, and dictate to owvners of stock how" far in an un clean district they may travel. All cattle may travel in an unclean district in any part of it, and at any time, a Commissioner having power to inspect c...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. August 24th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. (FROm A COnneSPONDENT.) August 24tn, 1863. Now that the winter is passed, its effects are seen on the road to here, which is strewed with fallen boughlc, and in some 'places knee deep in mud. This is entirely the effect of not clearing the track a proper width at first, as neither sun nor wind could get at it to dry it-indeed any one at. tempting to take a dray up just now would have to send men up before them to clear of the tim. ber anul fill up the great holes on the road. I have not heard what the washing up of the Crinoline's first crushing was, but from the ap pearance of the amalgum, I believe it will have turned out about four ounces to the ton. The Edwards reef still continues to yield its usual avernge, bt there is a great difticulty in getting to know.w?luit gold is turned out, as the reefers are quite without protection, and there kehig no escort, they are afraid to say anything about it. If an escort is not established ?,on; I. am afraid that there wil...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

PARLIAMENTARY. After a discussion which has occupied the greater portion of four sittings, tho second reading of Mr. Heales' bill or the amendament of the Land Act of 1862 was agreed to by the Legislative Assembly on the 19th inst. The debate on the subject was resumed a little after five o'clock, by Mr. W. C. Smith, and continued by Dr. Girdlcaton and Mr. Morton up to half-past six, the usual hone for ad. journment. When the House re-assemblod, after refreshment, at half-past seven, the only occupant of the Opposition benches was Brooke, but the supporters of the Ministry mustered in considerable streogth. The question for the second reading was then put in the usual form, and as no one rose to con tinue the debate, the motion was agreed to without ia division. The question was then put that the Speaker leave the chair, when Mr. Brooke, who had by this time been joined by Dr. Evans inl the Opposition corner, got up and prop'osed as anl amendment a resolution to the effect that the ...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. August 24th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (Fraos A conausrosDueT.) August 24th, 1863. . I As I have been absent from this Creek for the last eoven.weeks, andl seeing a very loegthy report from here in the Times of the 14th instoat, my views will, in some measure, be stale-however, I am happy to say favourable, for, since your correspondent's report, two more claims have been marked out south, and twelve north, on Cohent's reef, and gold has been got as far as No. 18. This is a remark able onigma for geologists, as I believe a quortz reef of this length and permanence has never before been discovered in the colony-lu fact, the holders in Nos. 25 and 28 are quite as sanguine as to the ultimate profitable results as the prospectors are. The reef which you reported as having been discovered at the lower portion of this creek is already deserted, the stone a few feet below thd surface not showing any auriferous indica tions to prove profitable. Howover, another new reef, which a great number of the miners were ...

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

NEW ZEALAND. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FrOI Ton ARGUS CORRESPOSDENT.) SYDNEY, Tnunsoay. We have seven days' later news from Auck land, or to the 10th instant. The steamer Avon, going up the Waikato River, was fired on by about a thousand natives on the banks. They were quickly dispersed by her Armstrong guns, and the steamer passed on without further interruption. SThe Masries hare four cannon, supposed to have been taken from the wreck of the Lord Worsley. The volunteers have been relieved from trench duty by the militia. No important movemants have occurred, heavy imins hindering operations. The Colonel of the 18th. Regiment has been entrusted with the defence of Auckland. A volunteer corps has been established at Wellington, under Major Gorton. Nine soldiers of the 57th Regiment have been committed for trial for the outrage reported last month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

EGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-To TI the ELECTORS of the EAST ERN PROVINCE. Gentlemen Having been nominated for the seat in the Legislative Council rendered vacant by the death of the lion. James Stewart, I beg most respectfully to lay befire you a concise statement of my views on some of the most important political subjects at present engrossing public attention, and to ask for your support, in case my opinions are found to be in accordance with your own. I am inclined to think that there has been too much legislation on several matters, and especially upon the Land question, but the present law requires to be amended, aud, if elected, I shall give the subject my best attention, with a view to a final settlement of the subject, and so as to ensure easy access to the agricultural lands by all persons really desirous to ftllow agricultural pursuits, without needlessly injuring either the linances of the colony or existing enterests. I am of opinion that the increased expense which has followed...

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WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. FIGHTING IN WAIKATO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

WAL IN NEW ZEALAND. FIGIITING IN WAIK:ATO. (FnoM TUE sonUTHEan CnOSS, AUG. 1.) On the 17th July the first encounter be. tween the natirvs of Waikato and Her 3Ia jeoty's forces took place, and, curionsly enough, two attacks were made on the same day, one by each party. On the Sunday be fore General Cameron had pushed his ad vauced-guard across the 3lfaugatawhiri Creek which runs into the Wailsato River, and may be said to he the boundary-lino between the native and European country, I-aving crossed the creek, the troops advanced a short distance, and threw up redoubts on a colm mnnding position. Hero the 14th Regiment weere coe.unped in some force, and oni the morning of the 17th they observedl largo bodies of natives advancing, an though to at tack our position. Colonel Aunsten at once ordered his men to be in rdadiness, and wao about to march out and attack the native, whell General Camllron arrived froln the c.cnp it Pokleno, nud halving ordered up more troops to the aupport of th...

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