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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE: f ARK ETS. Dalmnhsy, Campbell, and Co.'s Report. Fat Cattle.-A very large supply came forward this week-in all 1514 head, a fair proportion of which were good and prime. In con eluence of the glut, prices receded from 20s to 30s per head below last week's quotations, and but for the tirale lbing mostly bare of stock, would have fallen still lower. Best bullo:ks brought from £7 to £0 15s ; second do from £5 to £6 ; in ferior from 40s. Beet cows from £5 5s to £6 10s; second do, £1 to £5 ; inferior from 20s. We sold 402 head from the Darling, belonging to Mesrs. Staughton. Brothers, at an average of £6 7s 6d for bullocks, and £5 G6 for cows. This draft brought the top prices of 'the week, and was much almirel both for condition and freshness, considering the di Lance it had travelled. We ales sold 75 rough bul lccks from Gipps!and, at quotations. Total sold bt, us, 477 head. W. E. and A. S. King's Report. Fat Cattle. - The market has b-en amply suppliet with all ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

DEATHS. On the 22nd August, at Plymouth, England, Mary Anne, the wife of John King, Esq., of The Ridge. On the 20th September, at the residence of his father, Eyre-street, Ballarat, Clarence Arthur Chalmers, the son of Dr. George Bull, aged five years, of diptheria.

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ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS, WITH THE AUGUST MAILS FROM ENGLAND. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, AUG. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS, TWITH THE AUGUST MAILS FROM ENGLAND. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Aro. 28, The Australian June mails were de livered in London on the 15th and 19th Au,,ust. Her .Mjesty has gone to Germany. The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Scotland. Lor: Clyde (Sir Colin Campbell) was buried in Westmiuster Abbey on the 22nd August. England, France, and Austria, have addressed three more notes to Russia whichl wera delivered this week. They are most courteous in tone, and expressedl a hope that Russia woauld accept the mix p,ints, and take measures to restore peace is Plolnd. If she does not, they will hold her responaible for whatever may happen in consequence. Earl Russell has recalled Sir James Hudson from Italy. The circumstance is causing much agitation in political circles. The Paris Presse states that a mar riane between Queen Victoria and the ex-King of Portugal is contemplated. The Rev. Jan. Roe, of Brnmeston, has been samnensed for detaining the mar raige certifica...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. The captr.in and mate of the'" Pride of the Yarra," tried for m ttIlanghtar for running down the " Favorite," near Dunedin, have been acquitted. : 'Every noble sorrow called forth, every tear ',ropped over the vices of the time, like : spring on the osummit of a hill, points to a loftier summit whence it proceeds. Miss Emma Stanley. whse seven ages of wromenodl-the majority of which sihe has herself witnessed--so amused the h[elbaurnites a few years since, is now starring it in Inver. cargill. It is said that Teddy Cohen is oT home on a trip of knight-errantry (errandry). and that the jewelled casket for presentation to the Princess of Wales is to be entrusted to him for presettation. In Wa?V lington. Ir'el, a new?lhy, in then a.t Pence sf oxcitiog news w.erea'ith to stimulate purchasers, went through the street crying lout, "'Nether. rcid by Stonewall Jacksol I" An excited gontlomal, stopped him with, "I the't Jackson woas dead I' " We!ll; so he is;but hl'gbhnsto in ...

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, AUG. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 October 1863

AMERICA. NEW YORK, Auo.14. Afflirs proceed very slowly. Roth North and South are making gigantle efforts ; the last, to resume offensive operations, with the resIntion of crash ing the other. Blth Preside'its call upon the people to respond to tlheir ap peal for fighting man, and both are en forcing a draft, as the volunteer system is exhausted. The North, it is said, hes already expended on the war a -slm equal to the national debt of Great Britain, and halfs million ofher citizens have been killed in the conflict. The relative positions of the hostile armies in Virgina have not undereone any material lhanges. The intense heat proclndes active operations. General Meade has thrice tendered his resignation; and General Grant is ex pected to succeed him. General Lee, with 150,000 men, and 300 pieces of artillery, is in position be tween the Rappidam and Rappahannock, completely commanding the mountain passes. Meade's forces are located along the north bank of the Rappahanneclk. It is ...

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

A?IM: TO M ELBOURNE. Sfigne screw Steamship KEERA aill leave Port Albert every DAY, sC will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. ght-Gold, 2d. pbr ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces,,,ld. old, for shipment, must be entered he Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. he day of sailing. Return Tickets............ £5 Available for 14 days. or freight or passage apply to t R BULL, HO\VDEN, & CO., < arf.street, Port Albert. .1 goodsnt consignees' risk when led. All goods discharged, if not I ned frotm the wlharf before 4 o'clock c ,ill bo stored at consignees' risk elpense. FRENCH'S IVE. HORSE COACH. FARES : Albert to Sale .. £I 10 0 Albert to Bald Hill . 2 -,0 0 to Bald Bill .. .. 0 15 0 AV ES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDA.Y mornling, at. 6 and returns immediately on arrival e steamer G. FIIENCH, Proprietor. .B.-All Parcels " by steamboat" ded for the "Express Coach" must dressed care of Messrs, Johnson lood, Port Albert. E ESTAFETTE LILQE Or COAC XES ASccmmenenc...

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

ROYAL EXCHANGE eOR?s BA ZAAR, Art Livery and Bait Stables. T SE\IFLI h.tgt to inform the inha I a bitants of S-e, and the district of Gippiland er?:rrasi that he has taken a lease of the a ove stables, an .trusts, by cuncir'tin, thtau on an irulrovedl ?;rprinciple, co. ned with civiity, atten tiln, and cheainess, to merit a share of public patrouase. N.B.-J. S. will have con-tantly on hand Hlorses and Vehicles for sale or hire, at lowest rates; alsi, Horses broken to single or double : harness. SATURDAY, 17Ta OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL will sell, at the Exchange • * Sale Yards, Foster-street, on the above date, 15 lirst-class Saddle and Harness Horses Also, 6 Superior tlilch Cows Sale at 12 o'clock noon. MONDAY, 19Trt UCTOBER. Sale by Auction. J TSEVEI.I. has received instrltetions from 1lr. 1o00DHOUSE to sell, at the Exchange Sale Yards, on the above date, at 12 o'clock neon, 12 Firt-class Hacks. P.sitively without reserve. WT 2ASTED to IUjY, 100 STEERS, S rom to 5 years ld...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

TO THE EDItOR OF THE GIPPSLA.ND TI?E& . SnR,--I trust you will not consider me as inter fering unduly in cazling attention totthe extract from the Olago Daily Timaes, as reprinted in the Gippsland Guardian of the 16th instant, having reference to cheap railways. Mr. Adams' scheme is the only one which I have yet seen that would be suitable for thisdis. trict, or which would be capable of construction and have any prospect of durability at a reason able outlay. The estimated cost (L2200 permile) would require to be increased by about L1200 for this district, owing to the ballasting costing L700 per mile more than hle has estimated, and a.provision required of about L500 per mile for culverts and bridges, and for the repurchase of alienated. lands through which the line; would require to be taken. The value of good and sure means of commu- -.: niation is too trite'a subject to require comimenti here ; ut before closing my letter, Iibg stron lf tode precate the attempts which h...

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CURIOSITIES OF PRIVATE LIFE IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

CURIOSITIES OF PRIVATE LIFE IN SCOTLAND. A trial, which was brought to a close in the Court of Sessions at Edinburgh on July 28, may perhaps throw some light on the causes of the remarkable amount of ilegitimacy for which -Scot land has an ugly celebrity. The " pur." suer+' was Mliss Rebecca Craig, a very good-looking young lady of aboot 30 yeais of age, daughter of a respectable medical practitioner, and the " delftder" was a Mr Thomas Tesnant, banker, ironmonger, seed merchant, clothier, in surance and landed proprietor, a gentle. smur of about £1000 of yearly income, and of the mature age of 50: Both be longed to Strathaven, a town with be tween 4000 and 5000 inhabitants, and the market town of a largo agricultural ;and pastoral district in the middle ward of Lanarltshire, In June, 1861, the I pursuer gave birth to a child of which lso said the defendor was tile father, a asatutent which le appeared not quite to believe, though hI offered to settle for the support if shoe mad oat...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. 14th October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

. . DONNELLY'S CREEK. (BmOM A CORRESPONDENT.) 14th October, 1863. Noews this week is very disasrous, inasmuch as on 31onday, at 2 p.m.; it commenced to rain, and did so incessantly until 5 a:m. oni Wednes day. The consequence is, that the creek is higher by nearly a foot thau .it was last February. I suppose the Thoinson will be up again, and the machinery for the reefs stopped. The loss by this flood will be very heavy, especially to creek claim-owners, and nonr dams and!races will have to be cut before washing can be proceeded with. The reef claims are also flooded by surface water, so that altogether.we are at a stand still. I am happy to say that some eight more claims on the reefs have struck the gold since my last letter to you, and there is every chance of more on the same line doing so-; besides which another new reef has been taken up not half a mile from the Crinoline. So when fine weather does net in, we shall be busy as bees.' - :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

SALE CRICKET CLUB. On Saturday last the first match of the season was played between two elevens selected by Mr. Patten and Mr. It. IIutchison, when the latter won in one inlings : 1st ItTrsia. Patten, b Duvall........ A. Campbell, b Duval. 0 J. Flint, c English...... 5 Quthridge, b Carter.... 2 J. Taylor, c Chester.... 6 Jamieson, c Carter...... 8 Pendlebury, b English. 7 Martin, b Dual......... 0 Shanley, not out......... 1 Dycher, ft llutohinson 2 Topping, do .............. 1 Leg-byes............ 2 36 2ND INNINGS. c Webb.......... 21 c Wriggleswortht I 1 Duv:al ......... 2 lbw, b Englislb. 9 b Duval ......... 0 c English........ 9 b Duval ........ 0 b Carter,......... 0 b Duval ........ 8 do. .......out .. 1 Byes 2,wides 2.. 4 50 MR~I. II. IIUTCIISON S SIDE R IIutclhison,b Campbell 1 I)uval, run out.......... 21 Carter, do .:............. 20 English, b Taylor....... 8 : Webb, b Flint...:.....:. O • . `'.:- ? 1 Wrigglesworth, do...... :. .. Borne, do ............... 4" Fitchett, c...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

SALE OF CROWN LANDS. In pursuance of the fortieth section of The Land Act, 1862, the Board of Land and Works hereby give notice that a public auction will be holdeu at Eleven o'clock of Thursday th the nineteenth day of November next, at the of Court house, S.de, for the sale of Crown Lands in fee simple. b _ Such land.,J ill be offered in thie lots hereinaftr specified, at the upset price afflixed to each lot respectively, and will be sold in fee simple. st A deposit of one-fourth the price at which each lot is sold must be paid by the purclaser at the time of sale, and the residue of such price must ni be paid within one month from that time. TOWN LANDS. SALE, COUNTY UNNAMED, Pt.RISII O SALE. Upset price £25 per acre. vt Lot1. Section 34, allotment 1, 2r. th Lot 2. Section 34, allotment 2, 2r. Lot 3. Section 34, allotment 3, 2r. CI Lot 4. Section 34, allotment 4,.2r. Jo Lot 5. Section 34, allotment 10, 2r. fo Lot 6. Section 35, allotment 3, 2r. Lot 7. Section 35, al!otment 4, 2r. ...

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PUBLIC MEETINGS MEETING TO DECIDE ON SITE FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

PUBLIC MEETINGS. a MIEETING TO DECIDE ON SITE FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. Pursuant to requisition, a public meeting of the residents, houoseholders, and proprietors in the Borough of Sale, was held in the Court. G house on the 19th inst., to take stepsin decid. i ing which was the most eligible site for the h Lock-up, Court-house, and other buildings about to be erected in Sale. ft Slr. GUalosnnog said ho'hadcalledltlhis meet. t lug in answer to a requisition, for the purpose of deciding on the most eligible site for a local 4 Court-house, andl other public buildings. Heo I had no personal interest in thejmatter, and, therefore, he would be the more likely to nct in his position as ehnirman with impartialityy; but lie swas Ulost auxious to see some building erected where they could hold their court meetings from dlay to day. lie would call upon the promoters of the meeting to pllace some resolutions before them. Mr. VIZE proposed that Mr. Gutlhridge take the chair. Mr. GUrTnrnar said ...

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CORRESPONDENCE TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

S CORRESPONDENCE. We do not old .ourlves responsible for the OpInlonI of oar coirespoudents Sio, Being a constantrede'roft your paper, r I was' rIirised to see the insult which your cor respondent has.ofreredto the European popula ion o this gold-field I ineed not quote w)at ie did say for it s but toowell impressed on the minds of thepeople here. I sm only one" clit of the many whom' your correspondent htsu , lieen pleased to insult,: and knowing thaLt I do?i not merit n aish treatmeit, I am 'induced to ad- % d<es you these lines,1tiistiig yoo will find thiem a plhne in your paper. iI wouldask yur correspondentwho discovered`: , these diggings 1 who cut the tracks I who paved the way, for his long-t.i!ed pets, in the protec. lioni of whom he seems to take delight I and lastly, who si?pported him (for I believe he is a." store keeper) before the Chinamen coie here.= Perhaps your learned correspondent, in some of your future numbers, will favor us with a disser tation, com...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

" ECF.IATOBR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1863. TnE important question of Road Board boundaries seems just as filr off a final settlement as ever, and, notwithstanding that already three public meetings have been held in the Middle District for the purpose of coming to some satisfactory con clusion, none as yet has been arrived at. The subject of union or disunion is, however, .set at rest for the present. A general disinclination to take in the main road from Merriman's Creek is the apparent motive of disunion, as well as the want of proper provisions in the Act of Parliament by which a fair repre sentation. could be insured to all portions of' widely extended and thinly populated road districts. The action taken by the meeting on Monday last has been a surprise to many, and. to none more than our selves. We cannot avoid expressing ' our opinion of the consequences of taking in such ari extent of alpine country as they have done, without considering the greater necessity which existed of i...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

COMMIEROIAL. MELBOURNE MAI.RKETS. SKaye, Butchart, and Co. report :-Fat Cattle. -9038 tolhand, a very moderate supply, and 200 expected on Thursday. Prices were not in ad vance of lost week. We quote prire bullocks, £7 10s to £9 ; good do, £6 to £7 ; fair to in ferior do, £3 10s to £5 15s ; best cows, £5 15s to £7 ; good do, £4 to £5 ; fair to inferior, £3 to £4. We sold 272 of MIr. Parker's bullocks from £3 10s to £9. Calves.-30 in, of which we sold 8 good at 4is to isn and .1 of Mr. Anderson's at from 25s to 383 Gd. Total, 22. Store Cattlec.-We have old 350 lbullocks and spdyed cows at 42s Gd and 40s.. W. E. and A. S, King's Report. Fat Cattle. -The yards have been well supplied with a fair proportion of very good cattle, for whichl the demand was good, anld late prices were well maintained. Inferior and second rate lots were dull of sale, nld were ardl to clear out at a slight advance on store rates. Largo lots are now en route from the north, an we monst cau tion our constituent...

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MINING AT RUSSEL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

MINING AT RUSSEL'S CREEK, Tho following is a special reportreceived by tho hon. tho Minister of Milnea, from tile police department, relative tothe progress of mining operations at Russel's Creek and the neighbouring gold workings : TrnralgonPulico Station, 26th Sept., 1863. Mounted Constable O'Connor, 1385, reports for the information of thle uperintendent, that l e proceeded to Russel's Creak, on the 23rd instant. on patrol duty. Miinng ope. rations have been checked a good deal by the recent wet weather, but now the claims nra ngain preparing for vork; some of the miners have heel compelled to leave for the Th nmaou, but are expected to return with the approach ing fine weather. A new gully has been dis. covered, and is yielding payable gold; it is situated two miles N. W. from Russel's. Those eogaged in working upon it, lar making ftrmi one to two oiunces per man per week, but the groludr is not of suimeiont extent to admit - mnor than abont thirty claims, but the ranges bout ar...

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THE LATE FIELD-MARSHAL LORD CLYDE, G.C.B., K.S.I. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

THE LATE FIELD-MARSHAL It LORD CLYDE, G.C.B., K.S.I. After a lingering illness Lord Clyde u expired on the morning of Aug. 14 at the house of his friead, General Eyre, at ti Chatham. For more than half a cel turv he had served his country in every quarter of the globe. But his honours at came perhaps too late, for lie was near t1 70 when lie received them, and three or al four years was too brief a period to, enjoy the repose which he had so nobly , earned. Born n the 20th of October, 1792 of b humble parents--for his father was a cabinet maker in Glasgow--he entered n the army in 1818, and became a lieu- f tenant in thie following year. How great must have been tie perseverance, tl the courage, and the discretion of such ac friendless and penniless boy to have tl raised lhimself to a peerage and to the t colonelcy of the i Coldlstream Guards canl be known only to tlhese who under stand the aristocratic traditions of the a British army. It is needless here to re count ill detail his...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

TOWN TALK. At a meeting of the Race Committee, hell on last Monday at the Royal Exchange Hotel, th following gentlemen were appointed stewanhfcr the ensuing year :-W. Thomson, John Coop bell, Jouln Hood, Jaies Peel;ck, and J. D. Smith, The autumn racer were fixed for the 2nd, ld, 4th, andl 5th of March. The only change oataj moment ill the progoamme for the comingnce from that of last autumn meeting is theadoopio of a welter staxes, In tle plat vset ,,L;eO. ' stakes, in the 3nl day's racing. These shka are to be made up hy a sweepstakes of 5 son each with added by the club, and tot ridden by members of the Sale Turf Club. Othe persons will be allowed to qualify as rides, a the payment of £3 3s. to the prize. Thetn sol:ttion stakes and forced handicap will be rn for on Saturday. The following are the entries for theJoel ht and Touchstone Purse, tile gift of N. Il. fne lend, Esq., to be run for on the third day olftha next autumn race meeting at Sale :-Mr. loe. son's b g Baronet, 2 yr...

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ROAD BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

RtOAD BOARD MlTING. cll lit compli nco withthe folleitig requiatima b to the Mayor of S.i., al ve L yiI uit'uut meeting was held at thoLTurf hIotel on Moati, lavt: " We, thie r'ulereignct ladolt iiers of North Ci Gippslatnd, request that you will c.ll a meeting L of the lanldowners of North Gippsalild, for the purpose of deciding on a bonutilry for ita lad Distriot, to be hold at the Turlf Hotel on M31ola day, the 19th October, 1863." The Mayor having read the requisition, th stated that, aviong complied with the wishes th of the requisition, he had no more part to take t in their proceedings, and requested the meet. ing to appoint their own chairman. The IIon. Iloultcr TtuoutsoN having been duly proposed and seconded, was then chosen aO to fill the chair. The CtAllt.ANs said hIn had much plinsure in presiding at no numerous antd influential a it meoting as Ihe then saw before him, and more wl particularly if he thought that they would finally 'dispose of the vexed question of tlhe ...

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