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SALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

SALE PRESBYTERIAN II CIIURCII. The annual general ?u?eti?g of the Pra-hy terian Church, SRle, was helld onui uesday evening, for the purpose of laying before the eon~ regatiou their financial statement for the year. The d managedrs very wisely and successfully enclea roored to combine the practical with the agree able, and, in conjunction with several ladies of the congregation, suocceeded in imnparting to their lt statement of facts and figures all the character of a social friendly gathering of Christians, met together to rejoice over the lproglcss their Church was inaking in this iportion of Australia. A few ladies of the congregation provided the refreslhments, and the hearty p manner which over 200 people seemed to appreciate their efforts woo the best conlpli nlent that could have been paid their zeal and success in performning this self-imnposcd and highly laudable duty. The church presented t gay or rather happy appeorance, everyone seem ing to enjoy themselves. Mr. Loecl, i...

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

Auctioneer, 6TOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, SALE. SATURDAY, 29rIar AUGUST. To parties Furnishing. Builders, Farm ers, Dairymen. and others. D II'CO)LE has been instructed by a the importer to sell, at his rooms, Desaillh-street, on Saturday, August 0Dth, the foilowhing G,,sil : Kerosene I.amnps, Table Cutlery " p. B. P. Spoont, ?ob.ks, Cruorts, Slices, <e. B. ,U. Coffe'o and Tea Pots, Dish Covers, Jugs Do. half-pint and one-pint Ale Mea sures, glass hottoms Do. set Spirit Measures Glass Mucs,-F. P. mounting ` `.-Japanned and brass Chamber Candle sticks B. M. and brass pillar do Washstands, Brushware, Door Mats ;Bedsteads, Paperbangings 2 Doors and 5 pair Sashes Corrugated Iron, I, 7, and 8 feet S:.: polting, Ridging, Le O'lif? Cutter,)ithl extra knires Shalt and leading lrnnlme .Milk Pails, Sieves, Dishes. Churns Buitter Prints iand Scales And a variety of other articles too nu pierous.to particularize. IT'UESDAY, 1ST SEPTEMBER. 1 D . M'COLE will sell by Auction, at b S...

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

gAtL TO MnELBOURNE. fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY. estrill be carried to ori frome Port Albertat 80s, each. ght-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par eg?\ over 200 ounces, lAd. old, for shipment, muost be entered o Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. e day of sailing. etura Tickets............... £5 Available for 14days. t r freight or passage apply to NBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., rf-street, PortAlbert. I goods at conigrices' risk, when ed. All goods discharged, if not ved from the wharf before 4 o'clock will be stored at consignees' risk expense. a e FRENCH'S VE-HORSE COAH . FARES. Albert to Sale .- £1 10 0 Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 10 0 1 to Bald H111 .... 015 0 AVES the CLUB HOTEL, SALE, every WEDNESDAY morning, at ] in., and returns immediately on al of steamer, . ... G. FR. CII, Proprietor. .B.-All Parcels "by steamboat" aded for the " Express Coach" must ddressed care of lessrs. Johnson Hood, Port Albert. c4ap c CONVEYANCE will leave the CLUB HOTEL the BALD. HILL, ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKEITS. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co's Report.-Fat Cattle.--Contrary to expectations, the market l'ti been fully supplied this week, 1388 having come forward. A largo proportion, however, were of inferior quality, and about 150 head of this description were turned out unsold; good and prime realised fully l?st quotations. Best bullocks brought £S to £10 10s; medium do, £5 to £7 ; inferier do, £2 to £4 ; best cows, £7 to £S 12s Gd ; mralium do, £4 10s to £6 ; inferior d o, COs to COo. We sold 152 head (prime) from the Ierl. of Williami Robertson, Esq., Cc!er, at an nvr.tge of £9 for bullocks and £7 3s for cows; 149 head of Messrs. Stickle and Lyall's, from Western Port (mixed quality, bulocks £6 8s, cows £4- four bullocks in this lot were very heavy, and averaged £13 7s Gd; also, 75 bullocks for the iHon. William Nicholson (good quality, light.weights), at an average of £7 Is. Total sold by us, 370 head. Fat Calves--ll16 penned, being a fair supply. No alteration ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

DEATH. At Bairnsdale, on the 23rd August, James Russell, blacksmith, aged 29 years.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 August 1863

t TOWN TALK. SThere seems to be no end to the nutde 0 rich reefs in the neighbourhood of Jericho. r last Sunday week a party of miners, vI f climbing the Dividing Range, discoereJaein which for richness, it is said, surpaies ano p known in the neighbourhood. The reef ihcr by a creek called East and West Creel;, sndl thence a water-worn specimen was pill e Sweighing 4 ozs. 14 dwts., containing 31 ona gold. A party crushed 3i6 oz. of the CIq and from thence washed G ozs. 10 dwts. :ip of gold. Twenty-six claims wave been :re taken up on the reef, and where it hu k opened it is found to be well defined andk three feet two inches wide. The reef ku? called " The All Nations." On Wednesday an' escort from the b? HIill, consisting of one or two policelem couple of storekeepers, and a stlay recruit 1 two, accompanied by Mr. Pendlebury, aget t the bink, arrived at Sale with about'lhir fl undred ounces of gold from the to n 1 weeks' crushinga at Dunuelly's Creek irý 3 We have not been able to ...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. >' . The North Aurtsralian says that the Calcutta market efler s theom a remunuera tive return for the shipment of hore. .. A TtraectrUL Cour.t.-A femalei lnmember of the church ot f an eminent dissenting minister having safely passed through her nineteentth aneeuchement, her husband sent the following note to the reverend doctor to be re:dl befIre the congregation :-Mrs. A. having been safely delivered of her nineteenth child, she, with her husband, would return hearty and unfyigned thanks to Almighty God fur this great favour, and ask for a continuance of his blessings. AMr Mraegrego)r succeeded, on Friday, in getting inserted into tile Electoral Act Amendmneut Bill a clause provliding that miners shoanl, on the production of their miners' rights, be entitled to receive a voter's right without payment of tlir uutld faor, and althoulgh taken out t f it diffirent time frdm tlhe miner's right. Mr lliginhtllatlhar was again pressed to insert a clause proeviling' for ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

" EXCELSIOR.." FRIDAY, SEPT EMB ER 4, 1863. TrHost who have felt doubtful of the desire for local goscrnment in North Gippsland now may rest satisfied as to the probable success of the new Dis trict Council Bill. Already wehave three Road Districts'initiated, which will include the whole of the country between Merriman's Creci and the Ri'er Avon, and south of the Thom son River. Two of these boundaries will, however, be a matter of serious dispute, and a powerful antagonistic movement is already set on foot by several of the large landed proprie tors residing between the Glengarry and the Thomson. This large and rich district has been named by the proposed Rosedale Road Board as a portion of their district, but the pro prietors on the western side of these plains decline the honour of connec tion with it Board castward of the Glengarry, and claim the right of forming a Road District for them selves. Ilow far this move will be successful remains yet to be seen hut the object is plain...

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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 — 4 September 1863

CORRESPONDENCE.. r We do not hold ourselves responsible for the of opinions of our correspondents. tl -ft rO TfIE EDIroi' Ol TU G[LPMLAND TIlMES. f Sin,-You are aware that this is the day wherein voters for the Legislative Council ihi North Gippaland will have an opportunity of registering their votes for a representative. It is true that the iuraber of votes in this district will have very little weight in the election of a c member for the Eastern Province, but neverthe less each vote must tell in the general muster, g and it is the duty of every man to raise his voice I in support of the constitution under which he n lives. People, indeed, n?le more than ivsually careless in this election. Nobody knows much of either of the candidates. J. D. Pincock is, it C is true, an old colonist ; but no one ever once heard of his having done one useful or notable act since the day lie arrivedl. ie is now a can didate for the title of HIonourable, and, at the most, will make a very harmnless ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

T~ T?E EDITOR Of TiO OIP'USLAND TIU is. S?i,-At different periods letters have lp peared in the Timis c. ti'ng reicections on lMr. I A!!an, ao l'lcuro-pneumonin Commissioner. I believe it is the duty of impartial journalists to open their colu:ns to all who may have a grievance to co:oplain of which does not r come under the ordinary transactions of bu:iness I men. Now, sir, while I do not feel d:sposed to question the desirability of such a privilege or power, I muot, as a lover of fair play between man and man, publish my protest ag.tin;t a sys tawn which is too often adopted.of abusing public men in publie print, who, through the nature of their employment, are disqualified from replying in tile same manner. This course looks to mni like striking n man cwith his hands tied- mean, very mean. Of course I do not kl:ow who wr:tes these letters, but I happen to know a 'good deal about the matter at isue ; and perhaps sone day I might amnluse you with a full and particular account of a...

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GOLD IN QUARTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

GOLD IN QUARTZ. (VRO] TU E B?LLAAkltAT nIt, 28TI AUGUST.) The pirtion of the re;port of the Miniing Conmmission whiel will un daubtedly create the greatest surprise to those whll consider it carefully is that which relates to the yields of qIartz lodes at variousa depths, and this is pre cisely the portion of the reprt which involves the moast seritous conseqttuences to milling industry in Victoria. The Comnission has undertaken to settle authoritatively ai question which has been much disculssed, and if the aulthori tative opinlion expressed be really inll c cordante wiith the ascertained facts, it great depreciatilon must ense in thll v;lie of thle property of those clomptienia which are enlgaged in ciarryig oil large unniiulg operations 011 quiartz lide. 7We have tlurs thanil oce statedl our belief that we, in Victoria, are Riot irll poi. tionl at present to express anl opinioni an to the yield of our quartz lodes at great depthsl , and we enue timeo ago pointed talt thlat Sir Je...

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THE DOGS OF SALE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

THE. DOGS OF SALE. TO THE EDITOI'OF TILE GIrPPLAND TIMES. " Oft in the stilly night," when lovers whis per their soft tales, when the wise think, and the weary seek repose, the attention is arrested by the barking, howling, and growling of a pack of dogs that prowl about the streets withoutahose or a master, to the great annoyance of the peace able inhabitants. These highly-privileged deni zens also hold their meetings in broad day light, in.the public streets, the object of which none can undentanz but the initiated. Suffice it to say that the inhabitants and passers-by are both annoyed and disgusted at what they are compelled to witness. If Jack Spade or Tom )ra yman, by holding a glass too often before their eyes, gets smeserised to that.degree that they see the world go round and round again, and at the sight of their own discoveries iawl and elhout for help, at this critical moment humanity, stretched to the fulllength of six feet, is seen .tetepping forward to conduct the poor...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNS M1ARIg(ETS. W. E. & A. S. King's report, £7th Atug.-Fat Cattle: This market lhes been only moderately sup plied, the utnnter yarded oel the two first days being oely about 1000 head ;a large proportion of the cattle being prime. Prices declined, the demand was very slack, and bidding dull, owing in a great measure to the inpression that a sup ply of carease meat would arrive at the end of the week, as was the ease lb:st week. We think, however, that this will not be continued, as the trade here will altays prefer buying and slough tering their own ;. and the prices realised offer no inducement to carry it on,-so that we hope to see prices firmer. .We quote best pens bul locks, very prime, at fromt £8 to CO9; good do dto, medium, £6 to £0 15s ; second rnte do, £4 to £5; inferior tdo, £3 to £3 .10s; best pens cone, very fine, £7 10s to £9; good to medium do, £5 10s to £6 ; inferior do, £2 to £3. We eoll, for Mr.. Duncan C.nampbell, 30 head, at £3 12s 11d;...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

SHIPPING T INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnnrvED-August 27. Keers, s.s, 114 tons. S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Tnrnbull. Ilowden & Co.. agents. F1es Trader, 2,00 tons, .1. Thom, fronm Hobart Town. Turnbull, Iloudeu, and Co., agents. August 31. Glencoe. 159 tons, 1V. Jolhnstone, from Hobart Town. Turubull, Howden, and Co., ageuta Itprauln--August 27. Keera, from Melbourn,o , 1 hhd, I qr cask, and 1 keg rum ; 3 qr casks. and. 8 cases whiskly, 2 bhds..3 qr casks, and 25 cases brandy ; 5d oases genera, 14 pkgs tea, 15 pkgs dried fruits, 153 bags sugar, 11 pkgs tubacen,. 9 pkgs beer, 22 bags rice, 4. lpgs coffee, 10 cases cordlials, and su ndry free goods. Free Tloder, flstsn IHobart Town : G tons hay, 95 tons potatoes, 10 bags lime, 10 bags brmu. August 31. Glencoe, from Hlobart Town; 1 ton pota toes, 1 box idrpery. 10 cases fruit green, 1 case boots, 1 box soap. EXPl'OTS-Aiugut 23O Keera, for Melbourne, 316 ounces gold. September 1. . Free Trader. for Hobart Torwn: 0S head cattle,...

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MISCELLAN EOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. Inspector Brennan has captured Truit and Magintis, bushrangers near Yass. A rather stormy meeting of the de positors of the Provident Institute was held on \\'e1desdcay evening, at the Trades Hall. The convenera of the meeting didi not seemt to have any de finite object in view-but after a noisy debate, a resoluetin was passed confirm ing the naction taken at a meeting held at the Mechanic's Institute, on the 17th iuntant. Mr. Downie then brought for watrd a. proposition for the appuointment of a sub-cuultittee, to act with the assigtnees, and oversee tlhe steps they tolk, in order that the largest dividendl possible might be realised fr tthe credi tote, the remulnrationt for this service to be 10n. peir cent., oni the aiontuttofall ividendsa vecr 1Oa int the £t. T'lh meeting becttme vtrr' di.otileirly in the discttussion of thin mItionl, M\ich it linall\ rejected. We may st.te that a formal applicatiui n s i:udtle, ontt 'lu'isd-l , to iIMr. Justiec lnirry, in chiuimb...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

TOWN TALK, We are glad to hear that the increase of the quartz reefs on the Western diggings had induced some of the Crooked River miners to extend their prospecting. A prospecting claim on the Dargo was registered here on last Monday, and it is stated that the whole ranges between there and the Crooked River abound in reefs. A gentle   man who came down from there this week he saw gold in the stone of one reef J on the Crooked River. We hope that th will afford our northern gold-fields   ment to proceed in their work, as there probability of finding out as good reefs eastward of Sale, as they have now got westward. So very few appear to take an interest election of a member for the Eastern P we beg to remind qualified electors that will be taken to-day, at the Court-house between the hours of nine a.m. and four p.m. p.01n. Melbourne Punch says the electors Eastern Province are going to musicial representative in the . P. HANNA (piano). Our P. D. says afrai...

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PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Council Aug 26, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

* PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Council, Aug. 26, al The Electoral Act Amendment Bill was re- re committed, on the motion of Mr. Mitchell, cc who proposed a new clause making it a tiu- I1 demeanour for any person to pay for carriage b hire at elections. The clause was negatived, tl and the bill reported and read a third time, g and passed. tl The Railway Mianagement Bill was further considered in committee, and reported. f The Couucil then adjourned till Tuesday t next. . In the Legislative Assembly, In answer to Mil: Casey. Mr Grant said Mr. Brady had sent in an in- t complete plan of the Coliban Waterwrorks i Scheme, to enable the Department of Works s to ask the Lands Department to reserve lands ri for the purpose. The completed plan would not be ready before the middle of September. I In answer to Mr. O'Slhnassy, Mr.: Verdon said he had ascertained from His ti collency that no oflicial answer had been sent home to the Duke of Newcastle'sdespatch on the subject of the Imperia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

"NI U G G GE T:" THIS well-known Stallion will stand I this season at ROSE FOREST, .Sale. Terms: £3. Payment to be made before removal. A good paddock is provided for 30 days, after which Os, per week will be charged. Every care taken, but without re sponsibility. J. M'C. WILSON, Proprietor. THX PRESIDENZT. S1 S powerfuil Thorough-bred Horse, L by The Premier (imported), out of Buffalo G.d, by Wanderer (imported), will serve mares this season at KIL MANY PARK. Terms, £3 3s each Mare. Good Paddocks prov ided, but without responsibility. Three shillings per week charged for grazing, after notice has been given that the mares are stinted. Payment before removal. WMi. PEARSON. Kilmany Park, 27th August, 1868. THE IMPORTEI) CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE, PRINCE CHARLIE, Winner of the Port Phillip Farmerse Society's Challenge Cup, W ILL stand this 'season at the W MITCHELL RIVER. Terms, £8 Each. Every care taken of mares, bubtwith out responsibility. Al. MACKINTOSH. 10 Stand this Season at Bair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

PETTIT and CO., Auctioneers. Valuators & General Commission Agents, 7"DEG to intimate that, having com f" p!at ,ed thb, " I'EW AUCTION AND COM"MISSIOTN R100MS, IRAYMOND STREET, they are nwo prewpad to reerivc GooD: end every desLcriptiuu of M1Il1cn.lrsl. E, for- sale or stol:lge. " Large andl ritable Tards are in the course of erection, for tie weekly sale of Horses ail Catt;e. They would al?, draw attention to n aplprlachin, sale of tlosri:uot.u Fun.ilt?u, &Sc., of which fulrther paIr ticulars will appear. ..L FRIDAY, 1lIL SEPTEMBER. p"ELITIT' CO. -ave received in l strttious to sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Ilinmond-street, on the above day, at two o'clock, p.m., a qan tity of First Class Colonial Made Furniture, of the very Lbet tLainucture. The I urniture has been little used, and is W-4' 'ow. i perlect order. It comprises the "fllowing articles : Hiorse-lhair Sofas :' ledar Tables . Do, do Dressing C(hellioneer Wash Stands, cedar (single It double) S lorse-li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1863

AM TO MIELBOURNE. gne scrow. Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every AY. w?ill be carried to or from Port - -TalT r at 3ao acc. t-tHold, 2d. per ounce. .Par cels over 200 ounces, lid. d,for shipment, must be outered Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. day of sailing. urn Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days. freight or passage apply to BULL, IO\VDEN, & CO., street, PortAlbert. goods at consignees' risk when All goods discharged, if not d from the whari before 4 o'clock will be stored at consignees' risk pense. a o FRENCH'S E-HO R3E C AOH. FARES. lbert to Sale .. £1 10 0 Ibert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 Bald 11111 .. .. 0 15 0 VES the CLUB HOTEL, SALE, ery WEDNESDAY morning, at , and returns immediately on of steamer. (G.:IFRENCH, Proprietor. .-All Parcels ",by steamboat" ed for the "Express Coach" must ressed care of Messrs. Johnson ood, Port Albert. c4ap c ONVEYANCE will leave the CLUB HOTEL BALD IIILL, on every MON mornine at Ten a.m., returning ESDAY in time for Co...

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