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

EAM TO MELBOURNE: EfiOe screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every bAY, = ? will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. ght-Gold, 2d.. per ounce. Par-. cela olver 200 ounces,. lid. old, for shlipment, must be entered h Customs before 10 o'cluck a.m. he day of sailing. Return 'ickets............ £5 Available for 14 days. ore freight or pasoago apply. to ENBULL, HOWDEN, &. CO., arf-street, Port,Albert. 1 goods at consignees' risk when ed. All goods dischtrged, if not oved from the whart before 4 o'clock will he stored at consignees' risk expense. FRENCH'S IVE - HORSE COACH. FARES : Albert to Sale .. £I 10 0 t Albert to Bald Hill.. 2 0 0 to Bald Hill .. .. 0 15 0 EAVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, every WED?E?DAY moring, at 6 ,and returns immediately on arrival o steamer G. FRENCH, Proprietor. .B.-All Parcels " by steamboat" nded for the Express Coach" must ddressed care of. Messrs. Johnson flood, Port Albert.. E ESTAFETTE LZQWE COACBES AS commened running once a week...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Analver-Octebe-r 22. Keern, R.s., 114 tons. S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Howden & Co., agents. Free Trader, 20~6 tons, J. Thom, from Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howden and Co. agents. Lombard, at W eldlpool. but not reporte;l P. onTrs.-October 22. Keem from Melbourne, 44 cses gin, 1 pkg hops, 6 pkgs dried fruits, 27 pkgs beer, 14 pkgs tea, 89 bags ougar, 33 bags rice, 5 pkgs tobacco, 1 hhd and 3 cases brandy, 3 qr casks wine, 7 casks cider, 1 qr cask rumn, 1 qr cask whisky, and sundry free goods. Free Trader, from Hobart Town, 3 kegs gunpowder, 11 tons potatoes, 5 tons hay, 30 bushels lime. EXPOnTS-October 22. Helen S. P'age, for Hobart Town, 85 head cattle. October 23. Keera, for Melbourne, 1599 ounces gold. October 27. Free Trader, for, Hobart Town, 88 head cattle. : CLRARED or-October 22., Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town. October 23. Keera, for Melbourne. October 27. Free Trader, for Hobart Town. sAILED.-October 23.: ' Kate Wateas, ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE STEAM PLOUGH IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

THE STEAM PLOUGI IN   AUSTRALIA.   Exactly two years ago the steam plough was first introduced to this colony, and a sufficient   time having elapsed to permit of a thorough   trial of its merits, we propose giving--what we know will deeply interest many of our readers-- a brief account of its performances. Although   landed in October, 1861, it was not till the   January following that it was publicly tried ; but then, both at the farm of Mr. WADE at Bel- ford, and at the Model Farm, its power and   rapidity of execution were conspicuously shown   Mr. GRAHAMa next removed it to Wahgunyah, on   the Murray, where, both upon his own farm, as   well as in breaking up new land for other resi-   dents in the district, its services have been   largely in request. Shortly after its arrival at   Wahgunyah, it was set to work...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 October 1863

TOWN TALK. On Monday next a public meetingilsta held at the Club Hotel, for the pnrpossa considering the present state of the roads ts bridges of North Gippsland. This isinded an important question, and requiresneither narrow nor contracted views in its contid4 tion. Though the apparent object of th meeting is thus widely stated, we bclieretlt the real object will be to ascertain the genIal wish of the residents of this district asothe outlay of some L3000, part of the sames L10,000 voted for the purpose of asstion i repairing the ensualties resultiun from the winter floods, of which sum the formcertnel amount is one believed available for Gipps land. On to-morrow the second match of the e. son will be played by the Sale Cricket Club, on their ground adjoining the township. 11, match is to consist of two elevens chosen by the first and second captains-the losents pay for the refreshments. The committee of the North Gippsiod Yacht Club will meet on next Mondayst thI Royal Exchange Ho...

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

SOYAL E~CH? YGE gO.s z BAzAA i, tYD Livery, and Bait Stables. SSEWIFLL begs to inform the inha #J bitants of Sale, and the district of S ippeland .renerally that he has taken a· lease of the above stables, and trusts, by condnreting 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 eonstantly on fiand Horses and Vehicles for sale or ]hire;, atiowvest rates; also, Horses broken to single or double f arnesas. SATURDAY, 31st OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. I' SEWELL is instructed to sell by P . Auction, at the Exchange Sale 'Yards, on the above date, 15 Head of lHors^s 6 Head of Cattle. In the lot are several good saddle I fhacks and colts.. Sale at 12 o'clock. TUESDAY, 3RD NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL will sell:at the Exchange a :Sale Yards, on the above date, 10 First-class Hacks , Sale at 12 o'clock.. PR- ELIMINARY NOTICE. Sale by Auction. J SEWELL has recpived instructiops, p.1 from Sir. Jot...

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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 — 6 November 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. ti \Vodo not hold ourselves responsible for the t opinions of our correspondents. t TO TOE EDITOR OF TIE OIPPOLAND TOe S. - b Stn,-Ilaving o'few cattle running about the Municipality,. I anxiously looked for your .aper of.last Friday, expecting to find there tho' pro ceedings of the Council Board no to what steps hil been taken with referenceo to the TownCom mon .; In this I was much disappointed, as I could not find any report on the subject. I was at the, same time rather? astonished to find cer tain byo-laws published,' and signed by tio. out of the three appointed to net' an committee for the maonagemnt' of the Town Comon:si Oni enquiry, I find that Bthesrrules or .ye-laws had never been submitted to the meeting of council lors?; that none of the councillors, unlessthe two committee. men, profess to know aminthing about the matter ; and that one of the committee re. puidiates all connection with the advertisement. Such is the present state of the Town Common, - t...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

.. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. :Correspondents are informed that, in order to preserve the striect.st secrecy, it is our prletice when the writer waishes it, to re-write all com. munications, so that the knowledge of the authorship shall be confined to the editor's room. All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to " the editor," without specifying any name, and mnst be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, not necssarily 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 advertiseo. ments not so marked will be continued until countormanded. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are requested to be made in writing. .The Ven. the Archdeacon will (D.V) con. duct Divine Service at St. Paul's- Church, Sal...

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TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

TOWN COUNOCL. On Woednesfay the usual meoting of the Council took place at their rooms at seven o'clock, p.m. Presout, the eayor ; Couciliors D.avey, Platt, Dennison, MI'Cole, & Watson. Several reports from committees of the Council were received. Mn PATrts brought forward a motion to the effect that the Council co-op orate as far as possible with the public meeting held on last Monday. This was seconded by Mr Platt. n,. PATrrn presented a memorial to the Goverenment for signature of the Council, praving for one or tw slhallow boats to be placed in the care of the police, with hooks, drays, &c., which shlould at all times be available in case of floods. The momsril was adopted and signed by all the members with the exception of Cosnoillor Dennison. Mn PLA?r brought frotm ai proposition pray ing the Governmentt that, in the evoent if a change of site for the proposed police buildingo the land in Foster street, with the present buildings, be granted for the site of a T...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

SEXOELSIOI. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 G1863. IT must'be a source of considerable gratification to our readers to find thl t.we have' at last' a Victorian Minis try.who not only acknowledged the dornmant resources of Gippsland, but, at the same time, step boldly forward to make these resources available. Mr. Sullivan's letter published in our issue of to-day, demonstrates clearly that the present Government are not going to sit tamely by and see the exodus to New Zealand, without making an attempt to arrest its progress. It is now proposed to cut tracks through the dense scrub' which surmounts the dividing range between Jericho, Omeo, and the Cobungra, by which means miners will be enabled to prospect both sides of the Alps, and thus make their way into the largest, perhaps the richest, mining district in Victoria. Nearly all the heads of the rivers which flow from the southern side of the Alps have been superficially examined, and payable gold discovered. Want of tracks has a. ways been th...

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BALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

BALD HILL. The following report of a public meeting, held at the Bald Hill on tle 3rd instant, has been for warded by a correspondent for publication:- Minutes of a public meeting held at the Back Creek Hotel, Bald HIill, on the 23rd instant, Mr. W31. Ii. Ross in the chair. The CIInAnmIra stated that the object of the meeting wasi to consider the measures adopted at tihe Sale Road Board meeting. That which chielly concernled those present was the boundaries pro posed at tile Sale meeting. Those boundaries comprised all that vast scope of country from Like VWellington, on the east, to the Dividing Ba!nge on the west ; by tie Latrobe and Thoim son rivers on the south, and by the Avon river on the north ; which includes all the West Gipps land gold-fields, as well as the township of the Bald Hill anrd Jericho. The great distance of these places front Sale, and tile heavy expense attending travelling throurgh tie ranges, actually denies us tile privilege of lhaving a representative I at...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

CRICKET. On Saturday last the Sale CricketB le played t their second match of the season, between two elevens chosen on tie field by Messrs. Patten and Iutchison. The day was delightfully fine, and several visitors were on the ground. As usual with every meeting in Sale, it was some time I after the appointed hour before the cricketers mustered, and it was folly half-past 12 before t play was called, Patten's side going in first.- The tirst four wickets went down for a notch of four, when Mr. Patten went in and brightened u up the game a little by scoring twenty ; and cith the assistance of Mr. Dieher's twelve, tihe eleven mnade the small score of forty?-two. At this stage t of the game IIutchison's side were at once vain glorious-Webb talked of again repeating his 76 made at the Avoca, and of his trmelndouasshoot els, while English cried hurrah, and IIutchison asnd Webb came up to the scratcl smiling.-' IIntchison's smile was, however; suddenly changed at being put out very sharply...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

GIPPSLAND HARDWARE 00. _AVE made important alterations in their businelss, and are greatly enlarging their stock. BAR IRON. Blacksmiths and \\'heelrrights will find their wants anticipated by the lHardware Company. TIMBER. Builders ault Carpenters will find the stock at the lardware Company's store, such as will not leave it worth their while to order their Materials from Mel bourne. OILS, PAINTS, cC. Especial atteiti,,n will be p id to the requirements of the trade in Painters' goods generally. PAPER HANGINGS. A large stock of thlese now comtuig in, at prices commencing at Gd the piece. FURNITURE. Tie lHardware Company's st?ick of Furniture, especially Bedsteads, Mat trasses, and Chairs, will be tound worthy the atte .tion of persons furnishing. SEEDS. Farmers and Gardeners may rely upon being supplied with good seeds, it being a branch of business thoroughly understood. LEATRIER. A supply of Leather and general Grindery will be always oil hand. IRONMONGERY. The general steoc at th...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

PUBLIC MEETING, On Monday a public meeting, called by requi sition to the Mayor, was held at the Club Hotel, for thie purpose of taking into consideration the state of the roads and bridges in North Gipps land. The chair was taken by the M.aYon, who, hav ing explained the object of the meeting, called on the promoters to proceed with thehbusiness. Mr. GertaTLY said he would submit the fol lowing resolution for the consideration of the meeting:-" That the Alain Central Road through Gippsland, and several of the bridges thereon, hav ing been either partially sweptaway or materially damaged by the February floods, this meeting solicit that the L3000 allotted to Gipplshnd as its proportion of the L10,000 set apart in the supplementary estimates for the repairing of the damages done by the said floods, as also an esti mated balance of L2400 of last 1year's vote for roads and bridges in Gippsland still unexpended, be forthwith laid out in repairing thile said damages in the most judicious...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. , PORT ALBERT. ARnn'EtD-October 30. Keela, e.s., 114. tons. S. Patrick, from MehI bourne. Turnbull, Heowden & Co., agents. November 3. Helen S. Page, 217 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. Passeugere-Cabian: Mr. and Mrs. Crisp and family. Johnson and Hood, agents. annivt- -(Wclhhpool): November 2. Lrdy Young,g 18 tons, Win Morrison, from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood, agents. IMPORTs..-October 30. KeeIrafrom Melbourne, general cargo. Noveniber 2. Lady Young, from Hobart Town, 50 tons hay, 3 tons salt. November 3. Helen S. Page, from H'obart. Town, 12 tone hay, 5 owt. potatoes, 4 blood hounds, 1 crate fowls, 1 horse, 1 cart, 2 cases furnitufo, 1 ton coal. r.Xronas-Octobcr 29. Hydra, for Dunedin, 218 head cattle, 8 horses. October 30. Keera, for Molbo,rne, G0 ounces gold. October 31. Swordfish, for Dinedin, 01 head cattle. November 3. Lombard, for Itobart Town, 63 hbed cattle, Nov embelor 4. Lady Young, for Duned in, 180 head eattle. ?.\r in.-October 30....

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AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

AUSTRALIAN EXPLORA TION. Tlie visit of .Oaptina Cadell to the en traic?~l f the Gipplsland Lakes, with its aubenelicial result; must still be green in the'renmemrance of a great namlber of the 'residlents in. Gippsland. At that time "the Snowy River diggings were going ahead, end Victorians became tinmorous at the exodus of her best pro ducing chlis. Capt. Cadell was acrcor ditngly inducedl to. come down here and report on the facilities of the Snowy River for navigation, which report was subsequently mande with the veto of the fiortuniate .Murray explorer. appended that hafter hatvintg traversed a splendid river for somine fifreen miles, they had come to the.le plus ultra of their boat ing excursion by havinr r?nclhed a part I? the river, to awe Captain Cadell's own wi',ri '', over which a ealmon chuld not pane." is rocky and precipitous was the bed of the river. COptnin Cadell, n,,t content with the Snowy River, sought .the 'ntrance to the Lkes, and from his examination of the Ree...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. P The WVarrnambo",l Road Board have appointed the manager of the bank at which they keep their accounts treasurer, o at a salary of £30 per annum. The asperities of the Melbourne and ~Sydney cricketers appear to be softening down, and it now seems probable that a match will be played between the two colonies this vear. The teamnship Great Victe.ria, con trrt of the Great Britain, is expected to arrive in Hobsen's Bay in a few dan a. She was to sail from Liverpool on the 5th The appreciation of good acting is not so doubtful in 'Melbt~,rne as the leading journal would have ns to believe. The. Haymarket has been filled in all parts of the house to witness the representation of Henry VIII. Mr. Kean played Car dinal Wolsey, and Mrs. Keann Queen Catherine. The Argue of the 2nd says-Yester day was one of the coldest and stormiest days of this most singularly cold and stormy season. The weather, indeed, has been most unsettled since Sunday .week, the wind flying round the co...

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SIR J. PAKINGTON ON STEAM CULTIVATION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

STR J. PAKINOTON ON STEAM CULTIVATION. In The Times a few days ago, the proceedings C of a public meeting at Worcester, to promote at steam cultivation in that country, were re- tc ported. Sir J. Pakingtoni who, being absent on the continent, was unable to attend the 81 meeting, has written a letter expressing ap- m proval of the object of the meeting. He writes :-" The vatlo and intportance o' steam cultivation seem now to be established, and I Ia believe generally recognised, and it behoves in fluential supporters of agriculturo to consider how it may be best brought lnto general use. It is only large occupiers, or mon of large capital, who can afford the heavy cost of a steam cultivator for their own use; but I have for some time thought that a cultivator might be established in a district, and the ise of it be mixed, as it is niow done, with steam' threshing mtchines."-The Times, Aug 21. Pt In its tmonthly summary for Europe, the Ia Nelson Ex:camniner of the 13th says :-Th fr ho...

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BALLANTYNE V. CAREY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

BALLANTYNE. , CARIEY., , This was anmaotieonbrought by, Mr Duncan. Ballantine, a squatter, living ' at Summerlee, lear Bairnsdale?. North!I Gippaladd;, against Ciptain John LeMaroliant Caroypolicemni gis 1 trate of Sale, to'recover dani.ges for analleged illegal seizure of a mob of cattle . ' Mr Michie,, Q C., Mr Wood, and Mr. V. Smith were, counsel for the. plaintiff ; Mr. Dawson and Mr. Fellows w.ore retained for the defendant. The gcse for the plaintiff was, that on the 11th of May last the plaintiff started a mob of 100 cattle from his station for Sale en route to Melbourne. On the road they were joined by a mob of cattle belonging to a neighbouring squatter, named Smith. On the 13th May, the cattle arrived at Stratford, where an order was re ceived from the. defendant, directing the seizure of Smith's cattle. The two mobs were then separated, and the plaintiff drove his cattle on to Sale, placing them in a paddock there belonging to Mr. M'Ardell. On the 15th May, M'Donald, a se...

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NEW ROADS IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

NEW ROADS IN GIPPSLANDI it cirnrni1lrn ,!rent p1l5urc to find nnydltA'b E u rpO " I the io dtoiu, r,. I R ini frli1 the Idj1JJ nudI1ri tI;~c.ý Illilrc nn ) ll .ittl r to uH for Id. i purpos; the action in.J sigucd, so long 0$t do w1 On i i 0th ult. i letter was issued lae adls and Bridges Department, and :ed to the Mhnister of Mines, containing a ithereport of M[r. Assistant Road Engineer Stheo feasiity of a te for tric .i Chain Creek to Jericho, with a memo. Sr. It. W. Larritt, Inspector-General s, recomncuding the continuation of a rn Mlelbourno to Jericho, to be carried he Dividinc IlnsIge to Omeo and tie Buck Ir. Grat lhas stated that the work of ?trick to within nine miles of Jericho, ,st point to which it is problematical that i,,I vehicle can approach that township, ina proceedled witlh and he has also ended the carrying out of Mr. Larritt's s, shouldi there be any available funds Lposal of the department. Mr. Farrell es the distance from New Chum Creek to at 62 miles, and fr...

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SALE POLICE COURT. THATCHER'S SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. THATCHER'S SONGS. Thatcher may be gone, but surely his ghost remains-not Pepper's ghost, but the ghost of Thatcher, personified by Mr. J. D. Leeson. On yesterday a most exciting case occurred at the Police Court-one which has no parallel in the annals of this district. If we had not before us " the Bull in the China Shop," or " the Chinaman's Wife," the present case, however, affords us quite sufficient room for a few remarks on the value of the satirical pro ductions of Mr. Thatcher, and the vagaries of the Postmaster. The value of Mr. Thatcher's   productions shows that " Man does not gently scan his fellow-man." The poet's philosophy wants the practical ro sult-inan is rather anxious to scal the faults of his brother, and by that imeans hido his own infirmities. Thus it is that Thatcher's songs and addresses have become valuable - so valu- able that two lawyers were fee'd, and fully half a dozen witnesses summoned to appear at the Police Court on y...

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