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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

BIRTHS. At Sale, on the 30th September, Mrs. John Macmaster, of a son. At Sale, on the 4th instant, Mrs. Daniel McGhee, of a daughter. MARRIAGE.   At Clydebank, on the 5th October, by the Rev. Mr. M'Girr, Louis Jensen, late of Bjergbye, Denmark, to Margaret Connor, late of Gowran,   County Kilkenny, Ireland. DEATHS. On the 1st instant at Tarraville, of scarlet fever, Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr. Richard Thomson, aged fifteen years. At Sale, on the 3rd October, Joseph, son of Mr. John Macmaster.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

TOWN TALK. A meeting at the Turf Hotel on last Monlay for tihe purpose of estah!iihing a Yatcht Clinub in North Gippsland gave most satisfactory promise of tho very best results. Twenty six gentlemen in the room snbscribed towards its formation, and we be!ieve the list will be largely added to as soon as the establlishment of a club is generally known. The meeting held oun lat Monday for the purpose of petitioning the Government to have a line surveyed between Sale and thile sea board was a nunanimous as niny meeting conld be, at which there were no dis''ntient voice, libut, at the same, there was a lack of interest in the matter, which evidently showed that the feeling' existing here is not yet quite matured as to what bIenefits mty acerue fromn tile work. A lorge section of the cmultnunity look with soipicion on anly n oveentt which has any appearance of antagonism to the permanent opening of thle lakes, while many others ielieve that with tile roads as they iare that they are suf...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

GIPPSLAND SOAP & CANDLE WORKS. mTER:NER& KLUX, in the OLD V BRE 'ERtY, at the rear of the Catholic Chapel, Foster street, Sale, have always on hand, of their own make, the best YELLOW SOAP, at :35 per cwt, and is 6d per bar; as also the best T'llow (CN\ DIES. MELBOURNE MART. BOOTS AND CLOTHING, MELBOURNE PRICES ! 3. I'U_? R A r &, CO,, RAY MOND STREET, Next door to II nna's li:ekerv. 1 RODER, COOPIR, S YORIn-STrIEIT, near the Bakery Casks bought. j All orders promptly executed. DIGGERS' HOME RESTAURANT. S ILLI.AM\ BRYANT, in returns ' V ing thanks to these who have so liberally patronised the above establishment, begs to assure Miners and Others sojourninl; at Sale that his house is constantly supplied with the very best viands which the district can produce. Board & Residence, per week £1 1 0 Single Moals .................. 0 1 .6 DIGGERS' HOME, Raymond-street, Sale. Important Notice. f BEARUP, BOOTIAKEII. fl* desires to inform the inhabi tants of Sa...

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ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING. An adjourned meeting of the landowners of Ri ddle District and Tinamba was held at the Ilotel on Monday last, for the purpose of oIdering the advisability of adopting a pro sd amendment for an extension of the boue ryal lptd at the former meeting. The HIon. scar Teorso. took the chair. The Cn.tnuxx said he apprehended that all parties assembled knew the purport of the ;tin, and he would merely read the adver nmet which alas published in the Gippland ea, nontainieg the following boundary : teuded on the north-west by a line coammenc 1 t at paint on the Macalister river, one mile re the Gln:falloch pre-emptiveu right, and ng northeast till it intersects the Avon r; thence on the north-east and north by the n river to its conflux with Lake Wellington ; he east by Lake Wellington, to the mouth of a Litrobe river ; and on the south and south t b the Latrobe and the Thomson river, thence from a point on the Thomsou river by a bearing north to the point of commenc...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

10 TU11: 0ITO OF TitE GIPPSL'AND Tl)MEO. Sit,--I have been led to umndertLomd that an attmpt is about to be ma:de for the introduction of cattle from the MIclbourno sido of the country into this proclaimed clean district of Gippol:nd, and from which locality the New Zealand G(o veonmnent have strictly prohibited olhiplments. I therefore think that omeo stelps ought to bo takeon by the public to provent that from taking place, as it would not only stop the New Zealand trade, luot also toost likely caus:i that horrid dise:as calleld plero-lpnellololloiaL to beo introduced into your districte, whieh would he most ruin0u0 to any settler, both large a'nd oll?!1, in the locality. I am, Mr. Editor, A WELL.WISIlIEIl. Of TO TIIE EIarron Or 'Tre GlPalr aND ToIt:o. Sta,-Tlie Aryor is a m?Ost :'itonidshi news; paper-the number of their advertisements, the he number of their pages, but, above all, their per fect and extensive systerm of obtaining infonna. tion, is sometimes most surprisisi' Some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

HOTA1L EXCHANGE MORSE BAZAAR, .Livery and Bait Stables. S-Er-EW LL Iee-s to inform the inha : i) a bittants of Sale, andt the district o-: Gippaland generally, that he has taken s lease of the above stables, Sand trusts, ?-yv cornducting.. them on an inliiroved principle, rconbined with civility,iattenq titn, and cheapness, to merit a slare of SIpudblic patronage. N.B.-J. S. will have constantly on e hand Horses and Vehicles for sale or a Shire, at lowest rates'; ulso, r t H:or-es brokeh to siigle or double harness. : ..1 X ANTED to BJi; 100S'I'EERS. -,from 2 to. 5 years.old, milkers' ca lves prefered : r J SE\WEL.A, 'Auctioneer. - tl Potiatoes. SOUR TONSr of., Brown's River '.PurA?TOE just arrived. ' indej diate applicatioi. 1J SEWE LL, Atiuctmoicer. SSATURDAY; 10Ta .OCTOBER.. Sale by Auction. S SE WELL will sel?l,at ilthe Exchange?e a* Sale Yards, Foster-street, on the above date, b 10 Good Saddle Horses - 8 Unbroken Colts, and 6 1Milch Cows Sale at 12 o'cl ck ,:WEDNESDAY,, I4Tah ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

TEAI TO ELBOURNE. HE fine screw Steamship KEERA S will leave Port Albert ecvery fRIDAY, oraes will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. Freight-,Gold,. 2d.. per .ounco. , Parr. [-di iviar 00ounces, iea. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the lday of sailing. Return Tickets........ £5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to UIltBULL, I-IOWDIEN, & CO., Whirf-street, Port Albert. All goods]at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock r p.m, will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. FRENCH'S FIVE - HORSE COACH. FARES : aort Albert to Salo .. £1 10 0 ort Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 ale to Bald Hill .. .. 0 15 0 EAVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY mornilg, at 6 .m., and returns immediately on arrival f the steamer G. FRENCHI, Proprietor. N.B.-All Parcels "by steamboat" atended for the "Express Coach" must e addressed care of Messrs. Johnson ad ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

CORRESPONDENCE.           We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Sir,-Allow me to correct an error in your last number, wherein you applied some rather severe strictures on the chairman and councillors of the Municilpality respecting the application for the money left unexpended upon the Main Central line of road, for the purpose of having it diverted to York-street. Surely, Sir, you ought to have been aware now that the central road was so attenuated bofore that it actually reached to Greenwood's corner ; and that being once done, I presume it can be done again. The road is now in a state of collapse, and remains satisfied with having its termination at Flooding Creek, but should necessity again call it forth, it may be made use of in perfecting a highway to a place of business, as it was before in making a carriage way to a private residence....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

GIPPSLAND SOAP & CANDLE WORKS. W TERNER & KLUX, in the OLD V BREWERY, at the rear of the Catholic Chapel, Foster-street, Sale, have always on hand, of their own make, the best YELLOW SOAP, at 38s ?er owt, and 1s Gd per bar; as also the best Tallow CANDLES. SRODER, COOPER, YonK-STREErT, near the Bakery. Casks bought. je@ All orders promptly executed. DIGGERS' HOME RESTAURANT. ILLIAM BRYANT, in returns ing thanks to those who have so liberally patronised the above establishment, begs to assure Miners and Others sojournin:' at Sale that his house is constinly supplied with the very best viands which the district can produce. Board & Residence, per week £1 1 0 Single Meals .............. 0 1 6 DIGGERS' HOME, Raymond-street, Sale. Important Notice. ý%T BEARUP, BOOTMIAKER, e desires to infortm the inhabi tants of Sale and surrounding district, that he has opened his Nvw PitEMISES in York-street, with a well-selected stock of BOOTS and S tOES, from the best makers i...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LONDON, SEPT. 3, 3.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMI. LONDON, Srer. 3, 3.20 p.m. Drafting in New York resumed. The ppulace overawed by the military pre pairations. Fort Sumpter is furiously bombarded. The result is uncertain. Typhus fever is raging in Vickshurg. The invasion of Canada is under dis cussion by the Federals. The South recognises the lMexican monarchy. General Lee is strongly reinforced, and contemplates offensive operations. There is renewed agitation here re specting steam rams now being built at Liverpool. Russia concedes to Poland a special Constitution. The Frankfort Conference has ologed. The Austrian Emperor's opposition is modified. Queen Victoris' has had an interview with the Prussian and Austrian Sove reigns. In the Newcastle boat-race Cooper defeated Chambers easily. Illness pre. ventetd Green pullintg. In the prize fight, Mace defeated Guss.

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

CONTINENTAL NEWS. FRANCE. Napoleon has been severely repri manded by the Ultramontane bishops of France for interfering with the voting at the recent elections. He states in reply that bishops. and archbishops are not empowered to deliberate together or pass resolutions without the special per mission of the Government. POLAND, The Russians continue to adopt bar baros, meastires. Several engazements have taken place, resulting in great loss to the insurgents. Railway andt tlegraphic communication betwe.en Warsaw and Cracow is interrupted. The National Government commands the insurgent chief to avoid regular engage ments, and to follow guerilla warfare. 'The sutfferings of the people in Warsaw, owing to the state of siege, are described as intolerable. In Ru:ssia, public feeling denounces the conduct of the Western Powers, es pecially England, and urges the Emperor to insist on England setting free the Irish pnpntlation, "groaning under her yoke," befiore dictating to Russia in relat...

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THE ZOUAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

TIHE ZOUAVES. pini Ol.r iI mat ils from home speak of anyIthing r but place in Iurope. Anoio. are beling raie.l On in every E?ompire, and every State il making pIrepar.ationa for dCfenle, or Iggression. A. A itr this moment, pirlhapi, wiles coiicriptioo is in the vogue, ndil coerced soldiey .are raised both iin America and Ilausia, it ma.y be interniting to chi our readers to know who or what wore the corpa which served so sctcetssfolly tinder the bll French flag in the C.imoan w.tr, antd gave old such nwondorful proof of their bravery while me fighting sidle by oide with our own troops :- firs In the month (if August 1830, General tdi Chlausel took the commulanll of the Frencll Oi army in Africa, the mtission withl which he was charged not being veryeasy of fulfillment, wi nor oenl very cloerly defned. Hae fund on himself It the head if a reducedl anrly, with- yo out precise instrantiuns; aurionude.l by il-. tL" trignes as d various diffialtint; having before oi hi n unknon ow cont...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

' EICELSIOIL" FRID.LY, 02TO3FR 16. 1863. TWuE. the Government placed L.10,"00 on the supplementary estimates for the purpose of assist ing in making good certain damages produced by the unprecedented floods of this year, we were under the impression that a fair division of the money would be made, and that Gippsland should receive an equita ble share. Our expectations how ever were, it appears, without any foundation, for, as yet, not a con tract has been called for bridging the punt laneor repairing the bridge over the Stratford river. We know not where the fault lies, but it lies soenowhere, and the sooner we can place it at the proper door the bet ter. If the Roads and Bridges de partment have wantonly squandered the whole sum in the restoration of one or two heavy works, we cannot think they have acted justly to the remainder of the colony : and this, we believe, is the fact, and not as has generally been stated, that no proper representation has been made of the damages sustain...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. THE NEW YORK CONSCRIPTION RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

NEWS BY TIIE MAIL. THE NEW YORK CONSCRIPTION RIOTS. This terrible episode in the American civil war Ias passed offfor the present, but it lo?s left behind a very ule, y feeling amnong the Federals and theit partisaus in Europe. The details of the dreadful outrages perpetrated during this carnival of crimne .r nacv before us, but, as with everything elas relating to this unbrotherly struggle, the real origin of the ostblreak is involve I in uncertainty. Each ipaty reiptlilates thle respoienibility, nd uat tempts to east the odiuml upon its c)opponents. The Republicans allege that the riots were organised by the " COppethe.ds ;" and the Democrats, in their turn, recirhiuate by a. cribicg the eruption of rowdyism to the incessant lcppeoda of the abclition press to the malignib t pesaiois of the magnitude. All witnesses, however, appear to agree ona oine point-that tihe rioters consisted ailast ex clusively of Irishmei n of the lowest and moat brutal type. A great number of p.rsonis coe...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

TOWN TALR. In addition to the qunrtz cnrusin, that are now there there thr.s.e ready to be erected on the reefs, ai1 state of the roads ill pearit oflh: placed on the ground. B.Esde t ' Epoken of, we hear of two mnrebei The readiness with which machin, o"fered hIst, we are given to noder the miners to feel very dissati fied first bargains, and they Seem entita lr that it was only a Tery te-,up:i, could induce any person to run ti, placing machinery on an untried re give this report as we have heýrl it, a caution t, those who are abolt o·i.. tracts itlh the miners thain with i. censuring those who may still e wishing to break their engagmrm s. It is not at all imprlullethat hi mee a thriving hamlet close to 3 Bridge. Alie.dy the nucleus is a the erection of a piublic-house and, I latter just erected by i3r. Calpbell) are genur.,lly tLe first beginunig ofi At townships. It is also pmihbl!e tht a office will be establisher there, and , R.ld Hill ,mail from S.de vwill be ctrri Tinamba r...

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A GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

A. GHOST STORTY. A young Germs, lady (itill living) had arrived with a pirty oL fiends ad ont e of the na:?t ro:tnowned litelt ill l.ri, alld ncatpiedl for her part an nlprtment on the firnt flnor, furnished with tutunl tnm nificene. Here oho lay awoke, long iater the hotel was wrapt in slunher, contentpl.ttiln- by the faint glimmer of her night-lhmp, the costly objects in the room, until, iiaddeely, the flliing d ,lrs opposite her t-'l, which ihe I tl l e arremi, firev open, auIl the chtmlt'r wai llth- wht i: a tright light, as of dry. In the mildt of thle thered entered a handtomon yiung tnut11, in the uitstdss uniforml of the French navy, having hi hauir dressed to the peculiar tat to n Ia Titts.. Taking i chir fromn the be laile. ho placed it in the middle of the roonn,?tt id lown, took front his poo~et a pin'ol with it rmmmrk able red butt aitl lock, lut it to his fortueho.l, and,. firing, fell back iip.i* rently dead ! Sitl tntteouttly t ithlt the explosion, the room ie came d...

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SOUTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

SOUTII GIPPSLAND. (FRon on oU O conReESPONrDETh.) Sta,-I suppose that it will be necessary to introduce myself to the public, and as you are to be the medium of my communications, so also hmust you become the medium of my introduction. To the public I shall for the future be known as the " South Gippaland Correspondent of the Times," and as such, I shall faithfully detail all circumstances of general interest which take place in this division of the district. I wish the public to understand that I am no gessiper 1 claim not to be a Gippsland Paul Pry-and neighbour Sleek maylpray louder than his neigh bour, or the d- 's comer hatch new mischief, without disturbing my equanimity of temper or inducing me to dip my pen once oftener in ink. Now, having thus introduced myself to the North Gippiland public, it will be necessary to intro duce the public to the scenef of mny future literary labours. Of the gulf which lies between you and Tarra. ville, the first town of any pretensigns you co...

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A VISIT TO THOMAS CARLYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

A VISIT, TO.. THOMAS," CARLYLE. ' In- a letter to:the 'Bosit' -Comaio wiealth, in i'.Tna sit tli lo .M, D. COnway.. thu-,' describes" his ,visit ti Thiomas Cairlyle :? , 1) cautyLYe's IHouise: -I a mtidesti .Iht iicisin apIrt frit lto gr.:? st whirl of friili ,l iosiiidess itiu iiiito t whois ?vnmdeshlyll " fltl.. r0 bi?: tOi thi't of ,t i rsti r . `i: i ibe ? lt'ltib eii the itii el ;etunal il ' s?irituts at tiktvity of "0th ai'rr'nt ieneratioiii 'lhi very honse' hl inhiabits is sinificiint ti hiin. He' Ipoints to the bricks mid msiortar;lpil'd up i i the, tntm ,if Qi?ui?in .iiTe, antl iireks ? l.at ii a strain like this:-' Look at 'these Iricks, sir, not o ,f tllenm is a lie. Lei IIa rick hie ,once honestly hurned, and the cemsent good, and your Wall will etand till thel triuup of do),n blhlws it down i TIlhese bricks are as sharp as the day they were pat up, and the tmortar is Inowl h I stonlle. 'h, l housites all around us crumble, the bricks in them were iade to crumble after s...

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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 — 16 October 1863

C 3t1 i E O NDE NCE. We do not hoIld ourselves responsible for the opinions of our cerespundents. TO TIE EDITOIR O TIIE O1P'.iLA.ND TIMe:S. Sn,--Some months since, you mentioned the fact of another member being required for the purpose of representing the mining interest of this district in thie Legislative Assembly of this colony, and for which I think you have a just claim to the thanks of the whole population of Gippsland, from the simple fact that it will benefit the whole, inasmuch as there are three large interests in North Gippsland alone to represent - namely, the mining, the agri cultural, and the squatting. And do you, sir, or any person with the slightest common sense, imagine that one member is sufficient to represent the three above interests with any credit to himself. No-I'll defyeither Dr. Mac kay or any other man to do it--no man an serve three masters, as long as man's present selfish nature exists. And when we take into consider ation the fact of tile miners being...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

NOTICE TO CORlItES .ONDETS. Correspondents are informed that, in order to preserve the strictest secrer, it is our prattice, when the writer wishes it, to re-write all corn muenlitiono, so that the knowleoie of the authorshi shall be confined to the editor's oom. All communications intended for insertion must be a.idressed to " the editor," without speciying; any name, and mu?t be authenticated by the name and aliress of the writer, not necesarily for publication, but as a gua-antee of good faith. Notices to withdraw adlvertisements most be sent in, at Latest, on We.lnesdcay. It is particularly requested that parties rending advertisements will be particular in writing the number of insertions plainly on the face of the advertisement, as alladvertise. me?t'n not so marked will be continued until countermandled. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are reques ted to be m ule in writieg. Divine Service will be held in the Presiby terian Church. at Sale. on S.tnday next. when...

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