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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

.IMELBOURN] 7'A.RKlIETS.B "W E. and A. S.Kings epIort. Cattle. The marklo tt pened w'ithl a moderate supply of meilim'qualty cattle; which'went o with con oideralblespirlt, iuion a draneolate intes, The demand:ias good, owing toitlieomarkets of late having been moderately sipplid. We: quote be iit beef nat 25s per 100.1bih. or.boest'.pens of r bullocks at from £9 to: E10 15 ; good.do; £7 to' £8 seaonl'rate do ,f£4'-10s to £5 10a; best poi' cows; £6 '10s to £8 ; good "do, £4 10s to e £5: .Calvis.-The niarket hasbeen lightly sup. plied. Best calves made 50s to 55s. Sheep. Thleinarket seas very heavily supplied, and, the demand -light,-owing to-tho:full markets oflat having` lessened :i. ,,The quality of-several of the flocks was only second rate, and they hadl to be Cleared off to grazier.. Best;wetlhera made 10s to 17r; good, 13Gd to 14st Ge. Stor Stock.-There has been numeiro'ls inquiries for goqd conditioned lbullooks for shipienitas also for,graziers, and 'we could dilsose of lar?...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

BIRTH.   Septomber 14, at Myrtle Cottage, Sale, the   wife of Mr. William Guy Bull, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

NOTICE. ,T a T Meeting of the Trustees of the I. SALE CEI11ETEItY, held at Sale on the Ist October, 18t3, Mir. \W.1. WILLIAMS was authorised to COL LECT ALL FEES for burials, &c., due on behalf of the Sale Cemetery. JOHIN L. M CAREY, Trustee. Sale, 8th Sept., 1863. NOTICE. -TNLERS all Expenses are Paid U within one month tfrom this date, on the BULI,()CICS branded U, now runling on the LINDEN')\W RUN, they will be SOLD to defray exp:nses. A. & W. HI. SMITLI. Lindenow, 19th August, 181i3. SNY person found TRESPASSING on the BusirY PARK or STRAT FORD STATIONS, after this notice, will be Prosecuted as the law directs. N. MoARTIIUR. MELBOURNE MART. BOOTS AND CLOTHING, MELBOURNE PRICES I 3. MURR.-AY &. CO., RAYMOND STREET, Next door to lanna's Bakery. Enlargement of St Paul's Church. TIE committee of St. PAUL's CUnonc are now taking the necessary steps towards hohling a BAZAAR during Christmas week, fin aid of contem plated additions to the Church. Pend ing the fo...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

i' tRI.PAY,'EPTE YBnIt R18o.1i8s8a?: JPtz rg)yers of tbis Municipality have m of.tlieir choice;: and, the names of ;the seven successful can dilantes irb now before the public. We will not at presient say whether, in our oiihiion, the electors have done well r ill; we prefer deferrinb g our .judgeient until such time as we have got f.cts before us. Individual merit hal little to do With public actions, and seven very worthy the men when incongruously associated for might make a very poor Municipal re( body. Whether the sevcn gsntle- am men now chosen to sit round the A municipal board will make a really ing usefullocal body remains yet to be proved, we however trust that at ,, the termination of their office they tie iill be able again to stand before the their constituents, confident in having honesty fulfilled the dutie t committed to their change, neither having by wasteful extravagance er squandered the public revenue or by parsimonious economy entailed the necessity of future l...

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MUNICIPAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

IMUNICIPAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF COUNCIL. LORS. During the period which interveneo be tweon the pubbicalion of our last issue cd Modlay evening, when the nomination of Councillors were to take place, considerab! excitement existed in Sale, and many ap peared to be very anxious as to the result of the first Munoiipal r:l-cti'o. Long beforettl hour naned for the meeting, a largo tunl?t of per.oos ihad collected round the Club HoIti anxiously awaiting the commencing of pro. ceedings. At 7 o'clock, however, so mano persons had assembled that the eh irmot availed himsel f of hisprivilege to ldj,.crdthb meeting to a more convenllic placeud, ;d, Scrdingly, converting Mr. Frenche's staira int a rtiostlum from wo Ohencea to address l -Ate: n. blage, he told themo thht he wmtod give the. Sten milnutes to adjlour to the hall °f th a Meefhanic's Institute, whtee he woIIld meet t them and coouience the buslies of thi 0 meeting. On arriving at the Me1ichanie's, et found the reo:n already fillet...

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LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

LATER FROM AMERICA. The American news of this morning is important. General Mende officially announces to General Ialleck, under date of the 15th July, that General Lee adl his whole army had crossed the Potomac at Falling Waters, with the exception of one brigade oif 15u0 men, two guns two caiess,s, and a number of small arms, which were captured by the Federals. Latter intelligence says tlht 500 have been captured in. addition. General Pettigrew, a confederate, has likewise been kilted. The ''Trtune' says of this last morvenment that General Lee lihas not only carried off the spoils of his Pennsylvania invasion, but that the laurels of the campaign subsequent to his defeat at Gettysburg belong also to him: The latest advices trom Vicksbiug state that the parolling of prisoners hait been comlpleted and that they numbered 31,277. Immediately after the surren der General Sherman moved in the direction of the Big Black River, and on the following day fought a battle with General Johns...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

EUROPEA'N KEWS. The events of the American war throughint the month are full of variety. and if they have not vet conducted tn to a decisive recult. they have certainly brought as nearer to a consummation of some sort than we had previou-ly been. .The first great movement was that of Lee's army, which, estimated at 150,000 men, invaded Maryland, and. taking up a strategic position which commanded several important points, finally succeeded in isolating Washington. At this june. ture, when the dla-ger was at its height, General Ifooker resigned the command of the Federal army, and was succeeded by General Mleade, an unknown man. -but who hal the advantage of being a soldier and not a politician. Meade had no sooner placed himself at the head of the army than he pnt it into immediate motion. The Confederates appear to have gathered in their forces, and massed them in the shape of a triangle, the base resting on the railroad that runs between Chambershnrg and Ship. penburg, the apex be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

EAM.; TO MELBOURNE. 1; fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every DAY, sesa ill be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each.s :ght-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I-5d. old, for shipment, must be entered he Customs before 10 o'clck a.m. ho day of sailing. Return Tickets........ ....£5 Available for 14 days. or freight or. passage apply to IINBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., arf-street, Port Albert. 11 goods at consignees' risk when ed. All goods discharged, if not oved from the wharf before 4 o'clock will he stored at consignees' risk expense. NOTICE. E EXPRESS Line of COACHES are WITHDRAWN, in conse ce of the impassable state of the s. During the temporary suspen Travellers can obtain SADDLE tSES at the Club Hotel, Sale, nod obert Adams' Family Hotel, Port GEORGE FRENCH. Is, 9th Sept., 1863. CONVEY ANCE ,will leave the CLUB HOTEL he BALD HILL, on every MION morning at Ten a.m., returning TUESDAY in" time for Coach to the Melbourne Steamer at Port 'rt. 27m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

ROYAL EXCHANGE T EORSE BAZAAR, Arn Livery and Bait Stables. T SEWELL he,g to inform the inhan *J a bitauts ot Sale, and the district of Gippsland generally, that ho he has taken th a lease e~fhe above stables, andl trbsts; he by conducting 'them on an improved h( principle, conmbined with civility, atten- oe tion, and cheapness, to merit a share of Ri public patronage. di; : N.B -J. S. willrhavo coistantly on th hand IIorses -and Vehicles for sale or [ hire, at lovest rates also, tic Si Morsesw broken. to single for: double go :SATURDAY, 19ml SEPTEMBER.= Sale by Auction.: Ti; :T.SEWELL will sell, at the Erchange 'r tJ r Sale Yards, on the above date, -Ri 15'First-cla's saddle & harness Hiores Te r 8 Heifers, all in calf sot 4 ,First-class Milch Cows, with young on calves e- exi Sale at 12 o'clock noon. - so WEDNESDAY, 23RD. SEPT,.:: Sale by Auction at the TurfHotel. Jon SSEWELL'S weekly;sale i 1 il take An a, place at~ the Turf Bhotel, ointhe Jn ahove date :-Wit 10 Head of H...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

The fourth of the series of lectures in tie Meclosaie' Institute took place on Wednesday evening. Dr. Peck (the lecturer) took for his subject ' The Human IIand." Merely to say that he 'showed himself to be master of his sub ject, and that he succeeded in imparting a large amount of.information to his audience, would be to say no more than everybody previou.sly beliecved he would do. But Dr. Peck did more than that -he showed himself to be a master of the art of imparting to a mixed audience a very consider able amount of information, on a subject which is usuglly a dry one, in a manner so interesting as to rivet the attention of his hearers from the beginning to the conclusion of his lecture. The lecturer illustrated his sulbject with several finely. executed dingrams,which showed the pains lie had taken to bring his subject witlin the comprehen sino of his hearers. Prominent amongst them were the skeletons of the human form and the gorilla ; and certainly, so far as appearance ren...

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GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 September 1863

GENERAL SESSIONS. The Sale General Scsions openel l In Friday last, before his Honor Judge retwer, ir. Arm. strong acting as Crown Prosecutor. O'ing to the wretched state of the roads, it was lato inn the day when the Judge arrived, and th> court was not opened before three o'clock. T`io folb ;lowing magistrates were on the bench :--D. Ballontyne, A. Arbucklo, and W. Montgomery, I Eqsrs.: ·M;. George Sircet was arraigned for forgbry, in having altered a cheque from £2 to £22,-with the intent of defrauding Ferdinand Dural., lIe Wos also charged with uttering the same, know ing it to be forged. The prisoner pleaded not ! guilty. Mr. Armstrong setted the case for the Crown, and at the same time censured thesdrawer for having left so much room at the left-hianaiide of the cheque, as it was an inducement to crime to throw such a temptation in the way of any person. Prisoner was undefended. Lemuel Bolden deposed as follows :-I am a squatter, residing at Strathfieldsaye. :I know the pri...

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THE CONFEDERATE SHIP ALABAMA ON THE AUSTRALIAN COST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

TIHE CONFEDERATE SIIIUP ALBAAIA ON THE AUST1LLLIAN COST. The steamship Hero (of the Black Ball nnd Eagle line), Captain Clarke, arrived yesterday, after a remarkable passage of only fifty-seven days from Liverpool-a passage only exceeded by that of the Great BIritaun (fifty-five and a half days) in 1859-60, and that of the Simla (fifty-six days) some years previously. By the Cape of Good IHop.e pape?rs (20th August), we have news of the arrival there of the Alabama Confederate eruizer, and of the Georgia, one of her cos;orts, in Simmon's Bay. The inhabitants of Cape Townseem to have been greatly excited by thle visit of these ships. The Alabama, on the morning of her arrival, captured the Federal barque Sea Blreeze, at the entrance of Table Bay. The latter had a cargo of flour on board from Boston ; and, after taking as meuch as ihe wanted (lptain Semmes offered the remnindler of the floer to the Governor for the poor of Cape Toe'yl, but the gift was refuced. Thle .l1ah Iuna had pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

ESTABLI3HMENT, RAYMOND STREET, SALE B EGS to announce that he has com mbenced business in' RAYIt IND STREET, nearly opposite the Times ollice, and from his knowledge of the require ments of the district, acquired during the last five.years, he flatters himself that-he will be able to give his patrons entire satisfaction. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles : Scotch Harness made to any desired style ; Light American Butggy Harness, of' aiy required pattern ; and all other articles of Saddlery will be manufac tunrd on. the premises by himself. . All articles in his line will be of his oun mannufacture, and sold at prices which will defy all competition. Observe the address : M. CAMPBELL, RAYMOND STREET, SALE, Nearly opposite the i'imes office. Depaltment of Trade and Customs, Melbourne, September 8, 1863. IIE IMMIGRANTS, classified as Sunder, with their wives, and in some instances with one or two chil dren, are OPEN for ENGAGEMENT at the Immigration DIepot. A pplications can be made eith...

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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 — 25 September 1863

CORRESPONDENOE. ; e'u o not hold ourselves responsiblo for tho opinions of our correspoldecuts. TO TIll: EDI)TOR OF Till; GII'I'SL.ND Tl'IMFt. Sin,-In miy I:t cn:.ionicaitiou I endeavourld to point out to the lMunicipal Cmnluil that woo to be, altl now is, that they would be called, upon to expresl an opinion with reference to our coll tmunicatjon with the tea, nud also ao to the pro per botidaries for tho proposed Road Boards or I Diatrict Councils Sico then two meetigs hfirae bein hed , adil there re'two Disl itr't lloieed in 1 embryo and if we carefully obsei"e the action tken by at lieat one of theae Bodrd, th advie I tendered to the Town Council will be found lot,to be. wholly unnecessary ,- The first bouni: dasry proposed by the.Western Road Board in eluded the'road between' Sl.e and Port Albert; lbeteen the Latrobo' Bridge '.nd- lerr'uiesa Crelek '; and even one of their chief epoli caen hirated that if they could get possession of the road Wbiceen Sale and Port Albert-that t...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. A public meetinlg of tholaudowners between the Tlhomou led Latrobe rivers wals called by Mr,. William Pearsot, J.P., ou Friday, the-18th Septetuber, at the Glenmore Accomrmodation House, pursuant to requisition, to consider the advisability of forming the district comprised within these two rivers into a District Council, There were fruom fifty to ainty person? pr. cent. MIr. PFseanso opened the buslue.,s by road-. iig the advertiseLuelt coUveniog tho moeoetilg, an'1 reqlestillg theit to lappoint atlvhirelltiu. Mh'. EDWAnD SrI'IOULE proposed that Mr Williamn Pearoon retain the chair, which being eeclonded ond carried, Mr. P'~EltsoX exllained that a meetin?g had been heItl the loy prIt'Veloius ut ltusdule for the purpose of forminlg a lrlad ouard for thi., 1Vest ern District, arted ats thue iropse branedlay ioch.ded them, they had ia perfect right to be preosent, and to taklie part i thie procceetlinga ; but as the present meuting was aldeelrtised ts solely to COssult...

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THE MIDDLE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

THE MIDDLE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD MEETING, On Wednesday an influeontial meeting of landed proprietors took place at the Turf Hotel for thlle purpose of considering the pru dence of adopting certaii boundaries in the formation of a Road District for.the Middle District. The meeting was called by requisi tion to Wm Mlontgomory, Esq J. P,., of the HIeart' Mr, MONTGOMERY opened the busineso by stating that he called the mooting in accor dance with a numerously signed requisition presented to him by the land owners of the Middle District, who all appeared uoxious to avail themselves of the benefits to be derived from the noew District Cuoo cil Act. Mi Mottgonincy then read the requisition, and said that before asking the meeting to appoint a chairman hie would state that the area of the proposed boundary consisting of 130,000 acres, soventy thious.md of which were sold. Mr. Montgomery, having resigned his seat, and requested the meeting to appoint a chairman. M?[r G. GL.oATLY proposed that ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

"iTO rTn EEDro' Os.TnE GIPPrAAND TRaE. S:nI Though you 'are now so taken up with gold-seking aind quartz reef, you must still re. cegll thot,,our1 most permongut wealth exists in fatcnitil stock, and consequently'every facility should be given for supplying your market with such store cattle as you are not able to produce within yourselves. "Iitherto the cattle track fromi Maz?aroo o' s lIaablo'enough, thodghunever at any tilne good oe, but no serious impedi esto existed Ao briinig stock fi m' unorth of the Mtchel to the plaein. The, sale of land under the new Land Act, as well as the occula pation.!licenses, have now, lhowover, thlrbsi a barrier between the Nicholson and Lindeno?', over 'shieh there is much diffieclty in climbing. It wss our eistosm a few mouths since to turn off froms the Nicholson and Intekuow road, and drive aor cattle to the head of Clifton's Morass, where we were able to cross over a small bridge on to the ford of the lMitchel, ohere there is ahwoysa' good cro...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. September 14th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (0rnoM A COnnESPONDENT.) September 14th, 1863. Some eight months ago this creek was diis covered through the energy of Ned Stringer, and, from the prospects got, was to turn out the rich. eat creek that had been found in Gippsland. STwo morfths afterwards this very creek, which halt been so highly extolled a foe weeks proe viously, was condemned as a rank dolrer, and with seven or eight exceptions, the creek never paidl for working, although I am confident many creek claims were left before giving them a fair working trial. Stringer (or " Old Ned," as we all call him) still works on at his prospecting laimn, and ocoa sionally visits ime, and shakes his chamois bag at me, convincing me that things are still prosper ous with this deserving old vcteran. If the e creek did not turn out so well as was. expected, it was not Ned Stringer's fault, andl the holders of the richest claims on the reefs are indebted to n Stringer for the positlion they now hold. As it I is seld...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

ME, 7ILBOUIRNE LMA.KETS.: iW. i?. Band A?:. SKuisg's report.' Cattle This 3markete opened4 oni:Monday with a ery? short supply of pirinciilly second-rate and in feriore quality. A draft of the PPF cattle, from Colae were the best in the yards,- ad nide the.highest prices this year. On: Tuesday and .Wednesday different lots were pushed in, whichr eventually brought the number up to to the tisualesupply. Prices at the commencenient of thue week rose from' 30s to 40s a head, but declined again at the close of the market to about last week's rates. Good beef. may be' quoted at 25s per 100.1rb. Best pens lIlloclk at £9 to £11 15s; good do, £7 to £8; inferior and:second rate, £3 to £4 ; best pens of cows, £8 to £9; good do, £i to L7,; inferior and second rate do, £2 10s to £3. lWe sold odd lots cows,: £4 7s 64 to £5 ls. Calves-The real market was moderately u;pplied, and very satisl factory prices obtained-best calves at 403 to .5.0s. Sheep-The market opened on MIonday with a very short s...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. NOVEL DISEASE.-Thegentlemain Who caught a train is recovering. Mr Pepper is in Paris, teaching French machinists how to produce a ghost at the rate of L40 the lesson. TRIFLE FROM MARoArT.--The other day, a housemaid, having finished her dusting, in the house, was observed, from the sea shore, to be sweeping the horizon with a glass. SoME PEBsoNS ARE NEVER CONTEN TED.-" No, Sir, I shan't subscribe to your sick fund any longer. Here I have been subscribing for the last eighteen years, and I haven't derived the sligh test advantage from ityet. You must excuse me, Sir, but I object to belong any longer to a society in which the ad vantage is all upon one' side." ADVERTISro.-One firm alone in the city spends L.6,000 every twelve months in advertising; and another large establishment that had expended upwards of L8,000, reduced it (on the introduction of a partner, and by his advice) to half that sum, when the tak ings dropped off in the same ratio. They have since gone bac...

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