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

STEAM TO MELBOURNE. . PL E fine screw Steamship KEERA - will. leave Port Albert every FRIDAY, Horses will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, eack. Freight--Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par : ecels over 200 ounces, -'ld. - Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the jCustoms before 10 o'clock a.m. onthe day of sailing. Return (Tickets............ £5 Available for 14 days, For' freight or passage! apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN, .&,CO.;, W\harf-street, Port Albert. All goodsjat consignees' risk when landed. All .goods discharged, if not removed from thb wharf befor 4 o'clock p.m, will be stored at' consignees' risk ard expense. FRENCH'S FIVE HORSE COACH. FARES : . Port Albert to Sale .' £I 10 0 Port Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 -0 Salo toBald Hill .... ... 15 0 LEAVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, every WEDNESDAY morning, at: 6 a.m,, and returiis immediately on arrival of the steamer. S G..FRENCH,'Proprietor. "N.B.--All Parcels' " by steamboat" intended for the "Express Coach" must boaddressed ...

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

D'URIITURE. ii SN SALE, by BOOTH and CO., t Foster-street C Horsehair seated Chairs(Scotch sweep backs), carved and highly finished Sofas & Couches, richly carved, spring stuffed, &c Cedar Chairs and Tables Basin Stands and Dressing Tables Chest of Drawers Cheffioneers Loo Tables Colonial Cedar Sofas Straw Mattrasses, Palliasses, &c The whole of which will be sold. Decided BARGAINS for cash, or above tvwenty pounds three months credit, on approved bills. BAZAAR FOR THE ENLARGEMENT OF Sr. PAUL'S CHURCH, SALE. ]'HE BAZAAR has been fixed for l TUESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, 1 and followiig .days. Cu'rmnuTvloxs in Woni or otherwise, will be received by the Treasurer and Secretary of the Ladies' Committee, Mrs. PecKi, Islay Cottage, and Miss D,.wsos, Tuclyde. M AGUIRE and CO., 26 KING ST., MELnoUlRsi, have on Sale American Mining Boots, of every description, muanufactured ex pressly for these colonies. Raymond Street, SALE. WINES & SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. PI...

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

STRINGER'S CREEK. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) 14th October, 1863. It is with feelings of deep regret that I have this week to record the death of the discoverer of this Creek, Edward Stringer. Mr. Stringer had for some time previously been suffering from the effects of a severe cold, which it is now believed had settled on his   lungs. He was advised to visit Sale and con   sult with a medical man there. He did so, and on his return remained at Toongabbie, and said he felt very much better. During the night he left his bed for the purpose of getting a drink of cold water; when he was attacked by a severe fit of coughing, which broke a blood vessel, and caused his death. Immediately on this sad intelligence being received at Stringer's Creek,-Messrs Culver, Hinchliffe, Lourie, Jones, and about a dozen other miners started for Toongabbie to pay a last tribute of respect to the departed. On the arrrival of these gentle- men at Toongabbie, preparations were at once...

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

Z1O0LSB Bs. A AAr., Livery and Bait Stables. T' SEW\VILL )leg to inform theinha- 7 iji bitauts of Sale, andt the district of Gippslainl generally that he has taken p lease of the above stables, nut trusts, div condiutiig them on an improved 1 principle, roi.blIinedt with civility, atten tion, and cheapness, to merit a share of public patron:iage. N. B.-J. . wSill have constantly on hand llorsi.s and Vehicles for sale or hire, at lowevt rates ; also, SHorses broken to single or double .harness. SSATURDAY, 24Trr OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWFEL wLill sell, at the Exchange C J. Sale Yards, as above, at twelver o'clock noon, 15 First-class Horses 6 Milch Cows, ke, &c. IWEDNESDAY, 28TH OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. J SEWELL will sell at the Exchange SS-ale Yards, as above, 8 Good Hacks Sale at 12 o'clock noon. su SPRELLMINARY NOTICE. t Sale by Auction. i - SEWELL has received instructions cu G a 'froih Mr. Jous TuouLis, to sell, at in: the, Exchange Sale Yards, on an early tr bday,...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 October 1863

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At a meeting held at the Borough Chambers, Sale, 21st October, 1853, Present :-the Mayor, and Councillors Patten, Davey, McCole, Platt, Watson, Each of the Couucillors present signed the declaration required by the Municipal Act. The Town Clerk read a letter from the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, Melbourne, in reply to one from the Council, requesting that a portion of the expenditure voted for York street in 1862, should be handed over for the continuance of York-street, stating that the application would be taken into consideration after the Road Engineer of Sale had reported thereon. Mr. PLATT produced' and read an estimate made by Mr. Rawlinson of Works necessary to be done in the Borough. Mr. PATTEN gave notice of motion for next meeting:--"That an application be made to Government to extend to the Borough of Sale sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 of the Town and Country Police Act." Mr. WATSON informed the Council that several parties were in the habit of ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

TO T?E EDTrOR Or TIE irLfSLAND TLUEES . I Stn,-In your issue of 9th October, a letter o app.:ared, the generosity of which attracted my a unlounded admiration. The talented writer v favours the pu.lic with an assertion that few, if I any, of the reefera on the Albion have any know. r ledge of, viz., the wish to remove the Post-olfice t and Police to the reefi. Allow me to inform this l gifted individual that from false premises false I deductions will arise, and that the next tim he h t feels disposed to exhibit his kindly feelings ! towards an unoffending but vigilant member of i the police force, like the senior constable hero, I strongly urge him to confine himself strictly to truth, the possetnion of which virtue, I regret to say, has not made itself manifest in the highly talented epistle in question. He states that he believes the senior constable has spoken in favor of a removal. What a serious indiscretion to Swish to better his local condition ! well may it merit the severe...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents are informed that, in order to preserve the strictest secrecy, it is our practice, when the writer wishes it, to re-write all com munications, so that the knowledge of the authorship shall be confined to the editor's room. All coammunications intended for insertion n.ust Ie addre:sed to " the editor," without specifyiog any name, and must he authenticated by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Notices to withdraw advertisements must be sent in, at latest, on Wednesday, It is particularly requested that parties sending advertisements will be particular in writing the number of insertions plainly on the face of the advertisement, as all advertise ments not so marked will be continued until countermanded. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are requested to be made in writing. s,:Divine Service will be held in the Presby terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 12 o'...

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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 — 30 October 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not hlold ourselves reopoooiblo for tho op'inionos of our colrn opoodento.. TO TOOB EDITO01 O Till OI~'O'LOHD TIM1:T. Sxo,-It ln3 now beromne nqocetion of vital imoporlnce " What is to ho done with the runt Lono i" Whotever miieono of tnmwiit wo odopt between Northl GippoloInd i\tlo thle «Cn, thin 1'Pont Lo>ne, or noono other mornss eCqnally lotal, rises to intcrcelt nolr p~rogreos. Thlrose 01(0 hove coo oulereit thre oub~jet mooit ea~rlitotly, fed its onp~or t:meu moost ocrionlysl. TIo ooohoa 00I cx~c n rooal scebno oiii;"lvis;ollol, in thle tiodols will, from timne to time, ecoor it, inld often reldcr it iinpon. oille. To bridgO it Ioronoo very lorg Ino CpnaCI oiil it coold nut leo ocaly for torllc for somo yeard to none. In tldo dilomono, Mr. Editor, an idea Mtruc me which, I b.liev?, is at least worthy of serioust eonsileraiou. I am not suiifienti of an engiieer to pronounce authoritatively as t its practica- a lility, but no ono, can deny its simplicity...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

TO T?E EDITOR OF THIE GIPPSLA\D TIMES. Srn,-Your correspondent, whose letter ap peared in last week's issue, must, to my idea, be a desperately biassed, narrow-minded individual, between whose calculating faculties and the word a truth there must exist avast chasm. Being an old resident on these reefs and Donnelly's, I cannot, without doing injustice to myself and the inlas- I bitants, here refrain from giving vent to my indignation at the base misrepresentation made to you. For the better information of your correspon dent, I may truly state there are forty claims all being worked on and about the hill called Ed wards, or Albion, including the Mount Useful line of reefs, and that the inhabitants number over 360. I very well know the ingredients of the pill which has caused yeour correspondent to" vomit forth so mnuch on tile Albionites. The matter is simply explained tlhus :-We have, up to the present time, to loqk on at the mail being conveyed past this flourishing township down t...

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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA VIA AUCKLAND. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA VIA AUCKLAND. [BY TELEGRAM. FROM1 SYDNEY.] (PR00 TU? " ARnus" COIina:SI'OND.:oT.) SYDNEY, S.tOunD.tr. Theo N'va, from San Fanumisco, has arrived at Aucklaud, with a cargo of grain and pota toes. She brings New York dates to the 2dlh of August. 'Tiho atonamr Maddison, while loading amme. nition at Vicksburg, exploded, killing sixty persons. The Confederate armay was encamped near Frcedricrlsburg, under Ewell, Stuart, and Lee. There were rumours that Stuart had been relieved from thie command of the cavalry, aill IToid appointed his successor. D)i a?lectiou in the Southern army was in creasing. General Curtis had defeated the Confederate cavalrv under Lee. Goenelr Pleasanton was dead. The bombartlment of Fort Sumtor continued furiously until the 21th August, when it was reduced to la ass of ruins, unable to returnl thle ire of the ships. The iron-clads then movedl u,p abreast of the fort, and, in conjoue. ti, with Oilmrero's battery of 300-lb Parrot goun, opene...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. 22nd October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. (FROM A CORRESrONDENT.) 22nd October, 1803. Since I last wrote, it hs rained day and night, more or less, and is still doing so. The Aber feldy Creek is nearly 60 feet wide, with 10 feet depth of water. All the claims are destroyed, some of them so much so that they will have to flume the water, all the earth being washed away. The people there are crying out for a store and butcher's shop, so I understand M'Evoy is about erecting both, and I am sure it will pay well, although the road to it is a very bad one. As to this place, everybody is at a stand-still. The Creek is just as if it had never been opened, and is swept a clean level. Crushing is jiust as bad, the Crinoline being under repair, and the Bucktoucho not having half enough work just now-so I have nothing, in fact, tocommunicate worth speaking of.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

COM1MERCiAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messrs. Dalmnboy Campbell and Co's Report. Fat Cattle. -We have to report a complete glut this week, 1802 head having come forward, consisting almost entirely of good useful beef, and prices consequently receded fully 40s. belw last week's quotations. On Mon. day, however, the fill was s;ot quite so great. We quote-prime bullocks, from £5 o0s to £7 ; second quality do, £3 10s to £4- 10s; best cows, £4 to £4 15s; second do, £2 178 Gd to £3 10s; inferior of both sexes at noming! rates. We sold 243 head from Ioaligal at an average of £4 for bulloaoks and. £3 5s Gd for cows. Fat Calves.-Only 16 bead in. Any thing like good veal would have brought 40s to lKaye, Butchart, and Co.'s Report.-Fat Cattle-1802 lyarded, most of which were from good to prime quality and heavyrr weights-all from the Murrumbidgeo anil Lachlan districts. ri consequence of the. over-abundant supply, and tlhe anticipated glut, prices ruled much lewer, there being a depression of fully ...

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THE ABORIGINAL MISSION AT LAKE TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

THE ABORIGINAL MISSION AT LAKE TYERS. We take fron the Ohuroh Gazelle the foillowing account of the visit of Arch deacon Stretch to the aboriginal Mission at Lake Tyers. Having left Sale on a tour of a fort night, intended to include a. Sunday at Bairnedale, on the river Mitchell, atid another at the Omeo, gold-fields, [ found imyself on the evenilg of Monday, Sep tember 7th, at a lonely refreshment house on the Maneron road, some seven teen or eightnel- miles beyond the pretty township of Buthen. My bhsineass here had been to marry a couple, and it was lily original intention to have left the next miornitg by what is called the new road to,.Omeo, and gone na fir as the Little River. In coinyereation, however, somen Imenition wa Imade of Lake Tyers, and I it once enquired the distance. My host reported it as twelve miles (thouglh it proved to bie mach further), adding that he( judged of tll distancee by the fact that a party had a ortn nI o t hefreo started f.ir the iission station ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. A number of daggers have left Sydney for flockh1)ipton . .. Smot fearful murdr of the wvife of a dairy farmer, residing at Wooldsta k, took place on lnastVednesday week. The throat wnas ct and the ;body herribly.mmnaaled; the husbanad is detained in cusatody pedinlg the taql6st. SA. Nic P?.ace To Lve. Iv.-Briabnne is nni doubht a moat pretenrtious city. It pretend a to be famous woiliut gas, without water. owithoult so?orago, without any of the requal. sites in fact of a tentl-rate Englilt town.. One lhin to travel as far as Foirtitude Valley I to gladden his eyes with a view of a piece at' pavemnenat; and many are the accidents which i have been reported to usa, no arising from the ill-formed character of the streets. A person returning from his business, when there is neither moon nor Iamp to guide him, is apt to" f find his meanderihg audldenly brought to : close by a tumble over an unprotected bank. This man breaks a leg, that lman an arm, while a third has to sei...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

TO THE EDITOR OP THEG'IPPSLAND TIMIES. " Si6,--In a late number of your journal you drew attention' t a nosw article of manufacture t which had sprung up in Sale-namely, soap and I was in hopes, the enterprising manufac. turers would.have met with encouragement from all classes. I am sorry to learn, however, such is not the case, and it seems most unaccountable that articles of local manufacture, although of equal quality with those imported, are generally repudiated. Surely it is the interest of all to fosterlocal manufactures, particularly in the present isolated state of Gippsland. What is to supportouragri cultural interests, if our goldfields should fail 1 We have no product except cattle, which we can send to the Melbourne market in return for the many articles our mode of life renders indispen -able to us. : It is:only of late that Gippsland leather found a market at home, and not before our Mfelbourne neighbours discovered tlhat our tanners produced a better quality than was...

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LODGING HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

LODGING IIOUSES. The Australiall Medical and Surgieal Review for October contains a cloverly-written edito rial article on the " Operations under the Lodging-house Act," which has evidently been suggested by the official report made oil these miserable tenements by Dr. Macadam to thle Health Committee of the Corporation of .Meol bourne. It appears that in Melbourne as in many largo towns in great Britain, lodging-hous, e become a very diflisnlt subject to deal with, and any attempt at interfering with the liber ties of the subject would bo instmntly repelled with an action which may be suggestive of anything but salutory effects. This subject has of late years excited considerable atten tion in Eugland, and the noble example set by the late Prince Albert has since boae carried out by numerous phltanthropists and specula tors on a very extended scale. Wa haIve in cluded the latter promoters of model lodging. houses because it has been proved that some of these ereotions have returned...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

" EXCELSIOR" ." .FRIDiO;:OTOBER 30 s1863. TiE more we read and the better acquainted we be come with the new local government bill the more we are convinced of the inapplicability of a great number of its clauses to thinly populated districts. The bill was, we belicve, initiated for the best purposes, but yet its construction is such as to show that those who pre pared its details were acquainted on.ly with those parts of the country where Government had already con structed all the heavy permanent works, and gave to the ratepaye.s a district which wanted little more than making bye-roads and keeping main roads in repair. Had Gipps land enjoyed the advantage of even a second or third-class main road we should have little cause to complaini, and would .hare cheerfully under taken the charge of its maintenance, but, unfortunately, our main high ays have no claim to any classi fication except the indifinite one of being worse than useless, The main road bridges are also in as fearful a...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

CORONER'S INQUEST. On Saturday evening last the body of the Port   Albert mail-man was discovered by Mr. John Donaldson, floating in the back-water in the Heart Morass, within between two and three hundred   yards of the culvert on the Punt Lane. The body having been towed ashore, was taken in charge by the Police, who instantly communi- cated with the district coroner, and the hour of six o'clock the same evening was appointed for the inquest, which was held in the club-room at the Royal Exchango Hotel. At the hour named, the jury, having been duly sworn in, proceeded to view the body, which presented a most melan- choly spectacle, having been much discoloured and swollen from the length of time it had re- mained in the water (nine days.) The first witness called was Mr. J. J. Hart, who identified the body as that of Mr. Richard Charles Thomson, of Tarraville, and who further testified to the deceased's character for steadiness and sobriety. Mr. John Donal...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

TO THiE EDITOR 08 THE GIrrSLAND TIMES. Sin,-T-he dire calamity whidh has been so long anticipated by the inhabitants of Stratford, has at length arrived. The roo between Sale and Stratford is now impassable, and traffic is brought to a stand-still. .Nuntin bridge is a wreck, lurched over to one side-like a stranded s ship, and beyond tile possibility of repair. A few months ago, a comparatively small sum of money would have made it as good and as strong as ever, but now there is nothlingfor it but a new bridge. [Common fairness, however, compels me to state that I have reason to believe our District Road engineer has made repeated representations since the February floods to the head of his de partment urging the necessity of nmaking these repairs.] The temporary bridge that has been twice erected within a few months, is again washed away, and firmly jammed up against the larger bridge. The manner of crossing Nuntin Creek (which is situated on the main highway, be it remembered, of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

SH'S best STOCK WHIPS, and N MIALL HANDLE', at Topping's RICHARD PACKETT, Butcher, Rpsedale, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Ro-ED.%L and neighbour hood that he has REMOVED) to his new shop in Prince's-street, next door but one to the Post-oflice. N..--A stock of spiced beef, hams, bacosn, kc., always on hsnd, of the best quality and the lowest prices. Diggers and Packers supplied on the shortest notice. FURNITURE. O?N SALE, by BOOTH and CO., Foster-street : Horsehair seated Chairs (Scotch sweep backs). carved and highly finished Sofas & Conches, richly carved, springs stuffed, &c Cedar Chairs and Tables B.,sin Stands and Dressing Tables Chest of Drawers Chefioneers Loo Tables Colonial Cedar Sofas Straw l attrasses, Palliasses, &e The whole ot which will be sold Decided BARGAINS for cash, or above twenty poilnds three months credit, on approved bills. BAZAAR FOR roH ENLARGEMENT OF Sr. PAUL'S CHURCH, SALE. T HE BAZAAR has been fixed for . TUESDAY, 1Sth 1DEt'...

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