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HOW STONEWALL JACKSON DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

HOW STONEWVALL JACKSON DIED. 0 (71RO TuE RICHNOND INQUIRER, 13hT rAY.) General Jackson, having gone some f distance in front of the line of skir- c mishere, on Saturday evening, was re- f turning about eight o'clock, attended by his staff and part of his couriers. The ( cavalcade was, in the darkness of the c night, mistaken for a body of the enemy's g cavalry, and fired upon by a regiment of of his own corps. lie was struck by three halls, one through the left arm, two inches below the shoulder joint, shattering the bone and severing the chief artery ; another ball passed through the samne arm, between the elbow and the wrist, making its exit through the - palm of the hand ; a third hall entered r the palm of the right and about its mid ile, passing throuh, and broke two bones, lie was wounded on the Plank - Road, about fifty yards in advance of the enemy. He fell from his horse. and wasts caught by Captain Wormley, to whom he remarked, " All my wounds are Iy my own man." Ile had g...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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NEW ZEALAND LIVE STOCK. August, 18th 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

NEW ZEALAND LIVE STOODl August, 18th 1863. Messrs. Driver Maclean and Co.'s Report. The only importation was 150 head of cattle, ex Srhah Jekan,, from Twofold Bay. This vessel brings the first shipment of cattle from that port and unfortunately experienced unusually bad weather on the passage; consequently lost a large proportion of her original cargo; those landed are very fresh, healthy cattle, and are quite equal to any we have received from other districts. Fat Cattle.--Only 55 head have been yarded during the week, which were sold at our yards at from L19 to £25, which we consider quite equal to our late quotations, as the cattle were light weights and mnedium quality. We have on several occasions reminded shippers that this market will not hear large shipments, and at this season cattle cannot be held over, without losing greatly in condition. We will sell to morrow a draught from the shipment, ex Schah Jchan, from Twofoll Bay. We quote good quality beef at about 65s per 100 l...

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MR. MORTON'S PROPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

MR. MIORTON'S PROPOSI TIONS. (FeoTHICE OEE.LOO . AoDVEITISEII, .UO. 31.) We are afonid that Mr. ieales does not un derstand his own Laud Bill, and we are flr. ther afraid that a great unny of its blunders will remain uudiscoveread until it has become , That MJi. IHeles does not understand the bill becameo very evident in the course of Friday nlight's debate. The hill as at first pintetd would have compelled the selector of more thal one allotment to reside u1pon every one of thoe at th esome titlme, eo thnt while avowedly conferrinlg the right to select 6410 acres inl every year, it actually, by rendering it an impossibility to fullil the couditihns, tied the selec tr down to onl allotnelt, whatevor the air. of it might he, fur tltreO years. If the " Iriosh Adlmiuistratlton had maode siuch a bllun. der it would have boon set down as I "bull." It is probable, howuvor, that if the bill had pasood in this shape the courts would have Interpreted it so that the common law rigi.ts pi of t...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. September 9th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

STRINGER'S OREEIK. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) September 9th, 1863. I expected when I forwarded my last com munication, that the reefing fever on this creek had nearly subsided. Since then, however, gold has been struck in No. 23 North, Cohen's Reef, and the main reef struck in No. 24. This has put the shareholders at the upper end of the creek in great spirits, and the old hands who are well up in reefil.g matters say there is no doubt whatever but this already proved extraordinary reef runs into Fulton's Creek. I am not yet myself particlarly up in reefing afl'airs, but I believe there is every credeuco to be placed 'in the' faith of these prophets. During the last fortnight several miners from the Jordan and Bee Bee Creek have visited us, mostly tith the view of speculating. Some of them bought iut. quartz claims on Coheu's Reef, and put on men to work.for them. Others havo remained to work.their own shares. - Among others who have turned reefers, your readers are nearly all acquaint...

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EXTRAORDINARY CAPTURE OF A BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

EXTRAORDINARY C..APTURE ' F A"" BURGLAR: At th EaHt C llcgai'od Police Cuiirt Robt. Dawson wtas chargc?da ith burgiarcouslyt break iag tito the premises of r. Phdilhps, a pawn rokr ltappered that, on the morningept Thursday, Phillips was awvoke by. a.ingultar noise on tho roof of his house, and, fancying; .it might be some one breaking in, he wvoet up stnir?rtaking a p st9l with him to.support his courage ? ieVlu bhgot into;the upper tene niet;,ho iobalerved,two legs hanging through the?ciliig... Phillips naturally became. trema. lonely excited. aud,'amidst hurried threats and wavinge to the legs and feet to retire, lhe pro seated dcanis end made aaiatteriipt 'to flie, but in vain, for 'the pistol- was in' league with the burglar ; perhaps it recognised ant old master, and! rifnsed to noat in concert: with the cap. Threats and warnings were renewed, hit with. out ,reht t; thelegs'atill remunined dangling from the ceiling Phillips then ran down stairs to getarinotlher weaion:'l Hoear...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

TOWN TALK. A correspondent on Donnelly's Creek informs us that a new reef has been discovered in a line with the Crinoline, on the opposite range, and that ten claimshn have already een taken op. We have no return of tile cruslhins at Don nelly's Crc-lI this week, nor do we expet. any until after the escort is set fairly to work. Woe hear, however, that thoe Edward'a still keeps its average, and that the Crinoline's second crushing gave a better return than the first, ,The Government Ga:ette of the 4th inst. tains the proclamation of tile Extension oIt Public Health Act to the Muenicipal distrit Sale. Mr. Buckley's claim for losses entailed by t Chillington rul were reduced by a comuilitte1 the House- from, L1,123 to L500. -In the Governmrent Gazette of the l-' appears the appointment of William T, n Dawson, Esq., District Surveyor, to be Cla;l? of the Municipal meeting, to be held on ylor evening next, at the Club Hotel. Several cargoes of store cattle have Ieen l.; ped from Eden (...

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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 — 11 September 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We o not hold.ourselves responsible for the opinions of our coirrIspondents ro TidE EDITOR OF TIIE GuPI'SLAND TIMEs. Sin,-Ere another number of the Gippsland Times is published, the inhabitants of Sale will have made their choice " for better for worse" of their Town Councillors-and that much of the future of our. township depends on the wisdom of their choice, very few will be disposed to ques. tion. I have a deep interest in the welfare of this flourishing township, and I take this oppor tunity to caution the electors in this matter. If we have the good fortune to select men of sense, and men of proved honesty,. to represent our township, they will do much to forward our interest and the interests of the district ; but, on the other hand, if we elect a parcel of boobies, we shall soon have the 'Municipal Council. turned into the drivelling scene of squabbling and quar reling which for some time so disgraced the com mittee of our Mechanics' Institute-some two penny-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

ROYAL EXCHANGE $ORSE BAZAAR, AND Livery and Bait Stables. 7 SE WELL begs to inform the inhba aJ . bitante qf Sale, and the district of Gippsland generally, that he has taken "Ailease of the above stableas, and trusts, by conducting them on an improved principle, combined with civility, atten tion, and cheapness, to merit a share of public patronage.. N.B.-J. S. will have constantly on hand horses and Vehicles for sale'or hire, at lowest rates; also;, :: -o 1 iHorses broken to single or double harness. SATURDAY, 12Tr SEPTEMBER. Sale by gAuction. u- SEWELL is instructed to sell, at 4t1 the iExchange Sale Yards, on the pbovoe date, without reserve, 12 First-cliss backs. 10 Good colts and fillies, ini first-rate order. & Fat cosvs and bullocks. .8 Milch cows, with young calves. hc., &c., &e". Sale at 12 o'clock noon. WEDNESDAY, 16x'n SEPT. Weekly Sale at the Turf: H1otil J "rI WIILL will sell, at the Turf -. . Hotel, on \Vednesday, as under 6 Mili cows, broken qu...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

I .. EE BOURNE' MAKETS. s. . , Dalmaboy Campbell and Co.'s Report:; Fat: Cattle -The yard, were well -file en lMonday, which caused -.the butchers to look for a larger supply than actdally come forward. h T prices consequently reulng on that day showed, no im provement on, the decreasedrates quoted last week.., Prime bullocks brougit ,from £,10s to £9 12s;d ;.do, coycspfrom £ 10so to £8 2s 0d; second quality and medium bullocks, from 1£5 to°£0-3o'dt 10 dedws, from £4 to £5 10s; inferiorbulloeks and cows at'nominnl rateso On Tusodayeinly about 300 head r'ere penned; and the prices obtained for good. quality. showed an advane of- fully 2s per head ono tlhe above qu tations: We -sold on Monday 165 head from thel run of John Eddington; Esq;, Elephant Bridge, at lan average of £8 8s' 6d for bullocks, and £6 15s for cows. This was on of 0the finest drafts weha hve %een ii" the yards Tfor ma'y months. Total.supply, 989 head. Fat Calves. t-lnly' 22 head.ca'me in,, mostly middlisig qualily.....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.. PORT ALBERT. S ARRrED-September 3. Swordfish, 155 tons, J. Roberts, from Hobart Town. in ballast. J. Roberts. ngoent. lHargrves. 17.1 tons, J. I'Kellor. from Ho bartTown, in ballast. Turnbull, Howden nud Co .. agltas Roeen, s.s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, from Mol. bourne. Turnbull. Howden & Co., agents. ARRIVED (Welslhpool)-Sept. 2. Empress Eugenie, 875 tons, J. Eck, from Sydney, in ballast Johnson & Hood, agents. Hydra, 58& tpns, F. Stuart, from Melboumno, in ballast. Johnson & Hood, agents. p September 3. Eclipse. 1crtrlns. R. Adams, from Hobart Town. Johnsth and, Hood. agents. ExrowruT-Septemlbor 3. Glencoo, for Hobart'Town, 80 head oattle ,September 4, Keern, for lMelbourne, 2,086 ounces gold. September 7. Swordfish, for Dunedin. 61 head cattle.i Sept'oember 8. Hargraves,', for Hobart Town : 68 head ' Hydra, for Dunedin. 187 head cattlo, 2 c~nkss bustter.' Empress Eugenie, for Dunedin, 157 head cattle,20 horses. . ' : ., Eclip...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

DEATH. At Sale, on the 19th August, Duncan Mackin- tosh, Esq., late of Kinchyle, Nairnshire. Deeply regretted.         , Divie Service .will bhe held iut the':Presbey. terien Chuirch, at Sale on Suurday nlext, at 1"? tcl?ick e, noon, an' at hailFpteLt 0 o clock p n Also at Stratfor., at 12 o'cloclk dyiio ; - ' The Rev- J. Firth will (D. .) conduct Divine Sdrvice' in' Subday" eext'at St. P?l'sa, ifr the mairnling at 11i30, aid'ii'the 'venitig at 6.30., ?nd the Von. the'Archldedon ,wilh!eattend at Omeo. .:

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

MISCELLANEOUS.T [ prilueceJ Iiir, diouonti~illlld i,"r IinI~rlllH I riderts, auI from thin' aild iclir cilcu'. Iiica h hpli t nitgiries are I r~' n. --Lancc4, Jtiuc 13. i iTheAJrish Lord Clo'nmel nRse to say, " Wh.latevi~ryvon have to do in the,couree r fitli 'week, <do it.on mTomila. . T; Tlie'Oobn R'nd:ilMuri' .Adveroukeria a?av tlat Mr IIanna is tHe owner of pr;-i 'ierty valued at L.150,000. . .This cer tainlyV,ihows what mny.happen to a man,. in .Austrliia. . 0 airs OF AWAiRDS U tOe TRI LAND L Aov.-It,..was 'notified? in . ridivlit? . Gazette thiat with a view .to. the :adljitati inent of the cost anwarded' hjy..thle~ ar!n ! tirtiira ih respect .to- appeals uinuder.ithe 87th, :lnnae of the LandlActi :i86. 0C I iopiers ofi rnims nroerereqineted forthwith:i to trasutiit s?chi a*Inrdns a; ler 'cover;,; addlressedil.-.t the HTon. thlisPresildetiitif ihe ,BonrY of Ind-niend\VWoli's .i A SRossa.t -In ISM;3i.'Ro ,nhiin ,~-ing' ~ aiked iow ihe.liked RPaeanintl ;! o ,wn?; t :e...

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COURSING EXTRAORDINARY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

COURTING EXTRAORDINARY The case of the Police v. Terrill and Watton,   arising out of a demonstration which took place on Talbot Flat, on the night of the 23rd ult., was heard before P. C. Crespigny, Esq., P. M., at the Talbot Police Court, on Monday last, and resulted in the acquittal of 'the prisoners. A brief review of the case may not be uninteresting to our readers. For some six months past a storekeeper named Whittle, who resides on Talbot Flat, was to all intents and purposes making love to the daughter of a highly respectable neighbouring gentleman, and gradually succeeded in ingratiating him- self into the good graces of not only the daughter, but the father and mother. Time wore on, his visits were not " few and far be. tween," nal he frequently had the felicity of attending balls and quadrille parties in, the company of the daughter, accompanied by her mother. A gradual change is perceptible in the conduct of the gallant Whittle ; rumour with her thousand ton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

Money, Money, Money. FOR INVESTMENT, the sum of r 1700. Unquestionable security required. Apply to Mn. PATTEN, Solicitor, Sale. 2nd Sept., 1863. M1Viss NESTOR BEGS to acquaint the Inhabitants of SALE and the surroundling neigh bourhood. that she has commenced The Millinery and Dressmaking Business, At DatuiomarI COTTA0GE, DI~DAs-ST., SALE, Next door to A. R. Mackenzie, Banker. Miss N. has with her. the latest FAsmIoNs from Europe, and any'orders she may receive will be promiptly exe cuted, at .the: most moderatet scale' o.' charges. : ... :' . - Ld Sale, 22nd July,' 18t3. le?,E E ?,r "TJ\ OW\ H ;PENNiY BECAME CA S,TOIIsUANDi"PO1UNDSd. - - LEE . .SON'. ,,4 ..Y. B MUNICIPALITY"OF 'SALE I !! 'Mr. J. D. LEESON'' ILL meete the RATFPAYTErs of the •/V MuNIciPA?. DIsTuLT 'of SALE .rbery..Day (Sunday's excepted) until further notice, ait the . 1ANCY MUSEC7YM, where he will address them on the stips= rior advautuges"to be derived bylEua-1 CIIA$sIo ant;the SAL.?.I'ANOY, SIUt, which hias nowv b...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

*''"iIOS5IOR." , 1:, ,,, S,RIDAY,:SEPTEMBER ti 18683: T?i:state'of the .roads 'bbtveeen here and fPrt: Al erThas:ifiow 'become a more serious 'iiitter bf enquiry than at inly pjrevious.tiine T'hat we want better roads to,,Sale no .one dares atteinpttio leong, but 'bow\ are they. to be got ?-"That is the question," and it is the great question for the residents of the Middle District. At this moment our traffic is virtu ally-stopped-our weekly coach has ceased- running, the drays intended for Sale have had to stay atone side of a creek whilst their loading was puntedover, and other draysprocured to bringtheir freight to Sale. Amidst all these difficulties, Rosedale, which can boast of a few energetic men, steps in and offers to carry goods over sixty-cight or seventy miles of road, from Port Albert to Sale, at a less rate than we can now get them over a, road forty-eight miles iii length, and on which road over £40,000 has been already expended by the Government. This offer, or bounc...

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NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. The following extract from thie Dunedin correspondence of the tAryns, dated 25th August, will give our readers some idea of the hardships which minors have suffered in that colony during the present winter: "The press of news daring the past week, both from the sent of war nod from our own gold fnells, hals Ieen so coosidenmble, that the local papers have only been able to meet the demand on their epacu by the frequent issue of aupplementary sheets. I wih I could say of all this intelligenlc that it is is asatisfactoly as it is ibundant. Unfortunately, with the one exception of fsvoorable news from the loghurn. or Morlta Ida diggings, it forms about ns disnal a chapter in the history of the prorvince as in likely to be read for nome time to come. In mty lust. letter, I quoted a current rumour of oad loss of life at the Dunstan, with theo reservation that thereo seetmed to bo reason to hope that it was to some extent unfotlllded. This proved to bo the case, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1863

EAM TO M ELBOURNE. E fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY, ?eswill be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. ght-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lid. old, for shipment, must be entered he Customs before 10-o'cluok a.ml he lay of sailing.. Return Tickets.......... .... £5 Available for 14 days. ,r freight or passage apply to ItNIBULL, HOWVDIN, & CO., arf-street, Port Albert. 11 goods at consignees' risk when ed. All goods discharged. if not wed from the wharfbefore 4 o'clock' will he stored at consignees' risk expense. NOTICE. E EXPRESS Line of COACHES are WITHDRAWN, in conse ce of the impassable stnte of the s. Durinv the,tenipora]ry stisp'en Trasellers can obtsain SAlDLE SES at the Club Hotel; Sale, and! ,beit Adams'.'Family hotel, Port St, GEORGE FRENCH. Is.l th Sept.; 1863. CONVEY ANCE will leave the CLUB HOTEL he BALD hILL, on every MON A morning at Ten n.m.,.returning UESI)AY in time fior Coach to the Melbourne Steamer at Port...

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FURTHER NEWS FROM ENGLAND VIA SUEZ LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

FURTHER NEWS FROAIENG-, 'LAND VIA SUEZ 4 (6rO TIIE S. A. RE(tSTER., SEF. 17.):::' LoNDon, July 31. Parliament has been pror.nelsl. In the Royal speech the Queen regrets the position of Poland, and states th at a ne,,titatinn is-' taking place for the fulfilmnent of the Vienna: Treaty. With regard to America. she sees no reason to depart from continued neutrality. She hopes Japan will concede to the dea:nisl made opun her, tld prevent coercive meaOures. She wishes friendly relations with Brazil.: With reference to New Zoaland, she trusts by: wise and conciliatory meeasures, supported : by ndequate motns of repression, to secure order, and tranquillity in that colony. A referenoa is mrde to oan additional treaty with America for the tmo'e effectual suppression, of the slrve-tr.ude. The general prosperity of the country is Rtated to be tnimpaired. India is rapidly recovering from her late disastert. An. improvement is notice tblin social, financial, and commercial aspects. The Russian ...

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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 — 18 September 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. W o- not hold ourselves.responsible for the.,. sopinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOB OV THBE -GIPSLAND TIMES. : Sm,I do not think any person will do the inhabitants of Sale the injustice to'say tihstbho' destinies of this triving township had 'eer tlie good fortune to ie guiied by ;ny parlicii'' . larly wise or intellignt minds' Mein whol xve., oftlenimnes 'come forward- a lending m-ýsn!tb'l - to'o often in their public I actions' iesiblel mnroien pircel of silly schdol.bhova or wenk 'old' women than intelligent thinking nmeni isnd.: one thlig, I an ssorry toivay. could only be. too! often' perceived 'beneath the flimsy. foldsi of,? ignorance or hypocricy - self interest, the , almiahty dollar-and in ,such a contemptilh'?' peddlington way as to make thel beholder painfully: aware of the meanness of the'iudi:)l : Of corse I cold mention soes. manly ex-' crpfioiia, biut they are im.nunmeiioly smnll aa only to prove the' rleo But unqnestionrhylih .; awise men o...

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THE PUBLIC MEETING HELD AT ROSEDALE YESTERDAY. [COMMUNICATED] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

T?HE PUBLTCo EETIN.G HELD AT ROSEIDALE YESTERD:\Y. c:' i sS: CluXIC.tTED] A. public moeting of the, residents of, the ,Wecter lDistrict wass hell, pursueat, to; tro: qisition, on! T.ursdlty at the IR.sedale Hotel, Reso lle.ifor tlie: ipoip ?)lo petitlioninghis Excellency ihe OGvernor to proelaimas district within' certaiin lbolndairies: : herei)tafter .:inen tined, a' Rie?d Distriet:. :Th:i'mce ilg w?o I well attiended, thliiiglivner yinty" periodlo we re deterred freit eoiriaiiig the' :etrbl,'iwhichl had overfliwedri the' otlsew 'bioteweei thue two bridges Th ?hieottig iw-openedily'R. T. i Firebrice,'+q wtehol b? ll1 tliob 'iedting, nod. who; enthe moto of .l .TohorMi Milliat "1 secdeL:ad by Dr f B I Slinlionoe wits"requested t to retain, in sent t. ,:: i, -tt t' ': . Di. SIBeoxNes than prsposdilthe first resoe lotion : "' 'ait .i? petii to:uOove'oremeiit be' signed by t.he meting,; mtying thisth District Ried Bintrd beproelnnedeo tite ltioslity, , . t Mr.:.W PEitnso ,wilahedd to ,...

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