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

. ROYAL IEXCHANGE lORSE BAZAAR, AND LIeiry and Bait Stables. SSEVWELL begs to inform the ihnba a bilints of Sale, and. the districtof Gippsland- generally thanthe has taken a lease of the above stables, and trusts, by conducting them on an improved principle, combined with'civility, atten tion,- and clieapness, to-merit n shaie of public patronage. N.B.-J. S. will have constantly on hand Ilorses and Vehicles for sale or hire, at lowest rates; also, Horses broken .to. single.. or,double. harness. SATURDAY, 7TH NOVEMEIBER. Sale by Auction, . T the Exchange Sale Yitds,:at 12 . ' o'clock noon, 12 First-class fHorses .. : : 6 Milch Cows. J. SE WELL, Aietioneier PRELIMINARY NOTICE:. sale by A""ction. -1 SE1VELL has receivediinrtratibne a- ffromnshir. Jons TuaIoxis, tosell, at tho-Exchange ,Sale Yards, on an early " day, of which duoe notice will be given, the first draft out of 100 Horss, con sisting of : . . 25" Head of well bred 'Colts, :suitabld for first-class hbacks; lightibar ness, ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

EAM To M ELBOURNE. I fine screw Steamship KEERA Swill leave Port Albert eier\ &AY, es will be carried to or from Port Albert at,30s, each. ht-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I;d. Id, for shipment, must be entered e Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. e day of sailing. eturn Tickets.:......- .... £ Available for 14 days.. r freight or passage ,apply to INULL, HOWDEN, & CO., if-street, Port Albert. I goods, at consignees' risk when d, All:goods discharged, if not ed from the wharf before 4 o'clock will hoestored at consignees' risk exspense. FRENCH'S VE. HORSE, CGOACH. FARES': Albert to Sale .. £I 10 0 Albert to Bald Hill . 2 0 0 Bald Hill .. .. 0 16 0 AVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, very WEDNESDAY morning, at 6 and returns immediately on arrival steamer. G. FRENCII,'Proprietor. B.-All Parcels "by steamboat" ded for the " Express Coach" must dresscd care of Messrs. Johnson lood, Port Albert. ESTAFETTE LI?E COACrES AScommenced runningoncn a week between POR11 ALBER...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

COM1MERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. J. Sowell reports the stock market as tolerably brisk. No doubt a great improvement will be made as the roads get better, so that the mariy crushing machines now waiting to get up to their labours may have fairly set to work. The under mentioned prices may be taken as the value in this market :-Horses: First-class draft, from L20 to L35 ; second quality, L10 to L20 ; infe rior, L5 and upwards ; light harness, best qua lity, L15 to L25 ; second, L3 to L15 ; inferior, L5 and upwards; backs, first-clss, L15'to L20 ; second, L8 to L15 ; inferior LI and upwards. Unbroken: Good, suitable for haoks, LG to L10 ; inferior, Ll and upwardls. Of working bullocks he'has sold several teams during the week, and the following prices may be taken as the market value:-First-class, picked, from L12 to L14 a pair ; second-class, LS to L1S. Dairy Cattle, in full milk, are in good demand. HIe has disposed of several at the- following prices : Good, L5 to L6 ; medium, ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 November 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE OIPPSLAND TIOME&, .SI,--A report?;being current that we are the porties who charged the: repreentatives of the latePort Albert mailman £3 for taking the mail from 'the Hill Top to Sale; please allow us, through your columns, publicly to deny such statement. We had nothing whateverto do with any passenger traffio during th?last fOod We are, Sir, .Yours respectfully, S-LINT.& ,VAASSEUR.

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

TOWN .TALK. The report of the meeting held at the Bald Hill, ori the subject of 'a Road Board, will, no doubt, astonish: many of our readers. It is quite evident the Bald Hill people have mise understood the action of the Sale and Tinamba landowners ;and though we perfectly agree t with the Bald Hill meeting " that we would 1 be much better without them," we canu ; fol- I low out their argument " that they should be h much better without us." At a public meet I ing held at the Turf Hotel for the purpose of e forming a boundary for the Middle District of I Gippsland, the extension of the district to the t Dividing Range was suggested by some of the t Donnelly's Creek miners, and was thought- I lessly adopted by the meeting, many of whom now regret that they have burthened them. selves with roads through a large district which I would be totally unproductive of revenue. It I is therefore a neater of surprise that the Bald Hill folk should now ask the miners to throw away a chance of h...

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A DIABOLICAL VILLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

A DIADOLWCAL VnLAnre.-Oao of the most diabolical acts of fraud we have ever heard of,. was, we are informed by a correspondent, whose truthbfuluesc we cannot doubt, perpe* trated by a farmner residiog not for from West- · bury, about a monthago. Itappeara that thisya very unscrupulous former borrowed eight bags ,4 of prime seed cheat from a neighbour; and he duly returned for it eight bags of opparently good wheat for milling purposee. But, on ex omination, it was found that at the'bottoin of each bag there was a portion of wheat pickleditdf : with bluestone, andl possibly with that and areenic, for seed. Fortunately, this wos disco= verod before the sebat wes delivered, as it to might have booun, for milling purposes. Theot t effect of some seven bushels of poisened vhelat ground up amongst the flour for use h the Westbury District, would,nodoubt, have been productive of beneficial results to the under tlkere, but fatal to many who might unwit titngly have used it for food. On bein...

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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) 4th November, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

(FROM ANOTHER COnRESPONDENT.) 4th November, 1S63. Last week lhas been one contipued storm of hail, rain, and snow, but the wenther to-day is fine and warm, which I trust will continue, as we badly want a change. Tim Connor has found a new reef, which he has named IKerry Tim's. lie lshowed me some stone from it, which looks first rate. In your last issue but one there appeared a letter from this Creek, signed " Rowdy Digger." It appears to site that becase I Ihave interested myself about the interests of the miner, I am to be abused for it. Never mind, I am big enouglh to bear it all; bilt I smust saytthere is less truth in that letter than there ought to be. Another letter also appeared in the sane issue, signed " Pro Dono Publico,'" and a more wilful tissue of fallsehoodl than was contained in it couli not be written. In the first place, I may be more Inarrow-mninded or biassed than the writer, but uwhat I say in my correspondelico is truth, and nothing but tlhe truth, for I cant p...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

TOWN TALK. The Mayor has received a letter from the Board of Land and Works, stating that, is accordanc with the expressed wishes of a majority of the inhabitants, the Courthowus and public buildinge should be erected elm teservres No. 1 nod 10 in Fosterstreet, be tween Rayvmond and Desailly-streets A memorial has been forwarded to the Government by the Town Council praying that the site now occupied by the police, with the boildings thereon, in Foster-street mAy be granted for the use of the Municipality, nod the erectioa of a Town Hll. During the last week the floods in North Gippland lhaveo been as high as any time duo toing the winter. Traffc. both at Sale and Rose dale, is still continued by boat, which is the only meanns of crossing the backwaters of the Latrobe nod Thomson. The state of the reads are such that ery little progress has been made in getting machinery on to the reefs. There iare no0 four quertz-crushing batteries awaiting the goeing dlown of the rivers, of-whicht...

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TOWN COUNCIL. Wednesday, 11th November. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

TOWN COUNCIL ' Wednesdoay, l11th '.v smber. I Present The Moyor, Mlcss.tlaojtten, McCole Bannisao, I'lait nod Davey. Thie minutes after last meooo g were read and confirmod. A letter woo read from IMr. . Stevenson of tihe RIoads and Bridges Department, informing tho Council that no money could be spared rrom the grants of Inst year towards making York-street. As all the money in hand would be required to ropalir the damagea done by the floods. A letter from Dr. Macky was read respect ing the sito of tho new Courtl-house, stating that there weroe so many contending opiniolns that the Goovernment had determined to act on their own judlgement. A letter from the Crown Land Olfice was also read merely acknowledging the receipt of the Council's communication on the same subject. Letters containing namples of books obd designs for seals were read from Sands and MIcDoug.all, and Blundell, anbd Ford. on the motieon of Mr. DAvcy it wao non--' that the OttlctotpL account be kept at thu 3Bank o...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

COMMtERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKIETS. W E. and A. S. King's Report. Fat Cattle. !Pyhe %market has been supplied with about 1000 head of fair average quality, and during Monday prices had an upward tendency; but on Tuesday, owing to reports that numbers were coming forward during the next few weeks, prices fell to about last week's quotations. We have to quote best pens of bullocks, L6 17s Gd; second do, L5 to L5 15s; best cows, L5 ; second do, L3 10s. Calves-Only 67 came to hand, and were sold at from 20s to 30s. Sheep- 7195 were penned, sanid for best wethers, unshorn, 1its Gd was obtained. One superior lot (O'Dea s), shorn, brought 14s. Lambs-2642-- very heavy supply, and in consequence of whliclh prices fell severely. Best quality only brought 10s, second and inferior, from 5s Sd to 7s. We sold a small lot of Mr. J. B. Chirnside's at average rates. MosDAY, NOV. 9. W. E. and A. S. IKing report about 900 head of good useful cattle shown for this day's market with other's waiting for to-...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARIoEDn-NovembeOr 6. Olencoe, 159 tons, B. Johnston from Hobart Town. Passengers :- Cabin : Ir. Hartam, Miss Harrison. Turnbull Howden and Co. agents. Keena, as., 114 tons. S. Pntrick, from Mel. bourne. Turnbull, Howden & Co.. agents. A.RIvED-(\Welohpool) November 6. Eclipse, 180 tons, H. Adams, from Dunedin, in Ballast. Johnlason and Hood, agents. Oregon, at Welshpool. but not yet reported. IMronTo.-Noveember 6. Glencoe, fromn Hobart Town:1 ton potatoes, 3 boxes soap, 1 hhd beer, 1 coos apples, 4 busheabls barley, 4 bushels wheat, 5 tons hay. Keera from Melbourne, general cargo. zerooTr-Novembler 6. Keera, for Melbourne, 410 ounces gold. November 10. Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town, 84 bead cattle. CLEARED OUT.-NoVember 6. Keera, for Melbourne. November 10. Helen S. Page,Efor Hlxort Town. SAILED.-Noveabir 5." Swordflsh, 155 tons, J. Roberts, for Dun-. edin. Lombard, 208 tons, J. E. Driver, for'Hobart Town. w Keera, a.s. 114 tons, S. Patric...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. Ilar'rars has started from Ade laide on a colld explorion expedition. A new rush has set in to Chinaman's Flat. andi another to White Hills. The .Melbhurne annual Regatta took pla -e on lMonday last, the Prince of \Vales birth day. Robberies tnder arms are becomin, much more frequent in Victoria; no doubt one uraited by the success of the X.S.W. l ushran.ers. The Alabama had only left the Cope of Gisd Hope sixteen hours when the Vidal. Federal steamer. nrrived them i;n pureslt. It is expected that the All-Enoland Eleven will arrive in lMelhourie about the middle of next month. Sir Charles Darlin' plre-idedl at the ninth annuial tieetina of the Church of Eailand t Missionary Society held in hMellbourne on the 3rd inetant. A match for £1000 aside is to comei off on the ist week in April next, between Barwon and The Rose of Denimark. Distance one nmile; weight for ane. Dunedin papers of the 26th ailto say the olil-tieil discovered near Dunedlin was vieldinog favorabl...

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AN ENGLISH SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF DISEASES IN ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

AN ENGLISH SOCIETY FOR THE PRE: , VENTION OF DISEASES IN ANIHALS. Announcement is made of a Society for .the: Prevention of Diease amongst Domeetio Animals in England. The prospectus deolares that Live Stock Is destroyed especially by contagious disease, in the United Kingdom, to the extent of at least six millions sterling per annrum. To guard agaist the ruinous results of the prevalence of cattle and sheep plagues, - astockownera have relied almost entirely on - the ready sale of their diseased animals, alive or dead. They have thus materi.dlyfscilitaled the spread of contagious asections; and it has bren estiwated that no lesas than one-fifth of the mnet unually causuaned iu the British Isles is from diseased animdls. It is believed that the only rational method of precventing so heavy a pecuniary loss to the nation, end so nuach injury to the people; is to investigate and prevent the maladies which destroy our live stock; and this can only 'be effected by co-operation. Hence the...

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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 — 13 November 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. TO We do not hold ourselves responsible for the DE opinions of our corrssponden:t. keepe - vouri TO THE EDITOR OF TIE GIPrrLAND TIMsE. " Ea. Szn,-It is said that when Dr. Johnson first the heard of Boswell's intention to write alife of him, cause he answered that if he thought Boswell really wives meant to write his life, he would prevent it by nnd taking .Bosirll's I disce When tile idea first possessed me of writing to piey, you a letter criticising the proceedings of the to gi meeting anent the Town Common on Saturday long night, I felt somewhat in the position which recr poor Boswell" must have felt had he known Dr. the Johnson's intentions-and I appeal to you and to cau the public, after what was witnessed at that plac meeting on Saturday, .whether it would be safe will for any man to expose what there transpired, two without running sundry rislks of life and limb lonl which few would care to encounter ; but as I not can do it without being known beyond my car b...

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FOURTEEN DAYS LATER BY THE HIMALAYA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

FOURTEIEN DAYS LATER BY THE mIMALAYA. The Himalaya, en route fronm Ceylon fr Newr Zealand, with troops, arrived in lfobson's Hay on Monday afternoon, and : bher we have been placed in possession SoF'Eotropean news to the 10th of Sep. teomber. On the present occaion she .bhas brought 819 rank and file of I.M.'s 50th Regiment, besides several of the officers' and men's wrives. The followinz extracts contain the most important items of int..lligence : GREAT BRITAIN. His Mfajesty the King of Prussia visited the Queen on the oIst September, at Rosenan, CGlaurg. The king arrived hb special train from Baden at Oeslan and remained with Her Majesty two hours and a half. when his 1 .jesty took leave of the Queen and drove to tthe railway station, acconmpanied by Prince Alfred and Prince L.uis. His Majesty was attended by only an aide-de-camp. His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Austria arrived at the palace of Coburg I on the 3rd of Septembler, when her Majesty the Queen, their Royal High nes...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

" EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Is, 1803. EVERY progressive change in the social or commercial position of a cemmunity brings its own peculiar exigencies. These exigencies some times develop themselves slowly, and the requirements are provided for before the provideris himself aware of the new phase which his own call ing has assumed. At this very mo ment we have instances of this pro gressive change in North Gippeland. Our advertising columns show that the « Share-broker" has crept in amongst our business acceptions, and we believe we are correct in saying that the heaviest mercantile trans actions which have taken place in this part of the country during the last fourteen days, have been in miin ing shares. The greater number of these transactions have been in claims in Cohen's Reef, Stringier's Creek. Why speculation should tend towards the reefs in Stringer's, rather than Donnelly's or Wvood's Point, is very easily accounted for, and in nIio more concise a manner than by saying, ...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. Donnelly's Creek, 8th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

DONNELLY'S CREEK. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Donnelly's Creek, 8th Mov. Sm,-My reason for writing you this week is not becauso I haveo any mining particulars of molre than usual interest on Donnelly's Reefs. Mr. l'Millan's machione is still stopped. Mr. M'Millan has gone to Melbourne, however, nod I hear is bringing over a first-clahss engineer to examine his manchine. I believe the machine, with the exception, of the ripple boxes, is ns good and as perfect as it is possible to be made. Thn Crinolino is hard at work, but the proprietors do not choose to make their rotumrs public-consequently there is little known abont what they are doing, but everybody here belioeves they are doing well. The other claims are, more or loes, raising stone, and nnxiously awaiting the arrival of rn.. in .......- ..eu C,.... iu n e~et w nr- eramanna...ta wherever lie may be-will have nuews to tell whichi will waken up all VictoriLa. outas I said, Mr. Editor, this is not what I writo to tell you about-my ob...

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TOWN COMMON PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

TOWN COIMMON PUBLIC MEETING. On Saturday evening a public meeting of the burgesses of Sale wans held at the Club Hotel for the purpose of considering the charges published by the Managers of the Town Common in the Gippaland Times of the 6th instant. The meeting was called by Win. Montgomery Esq., J.P., pursuant to a numerously signed requisi tion presented to him by a number of burgesses who were dissatisfied with the proposed rates. Mr. 0IoNTooEs nv read the requisition and requested the meeting to choose their own chairman. Mr. GEDDEnns proposed that Mr. Montgomery be requested to retain his seat. Mr. lMoNraounea said that he was obliged to decline, having mnade a previous arrangement. Mr. S.ee s propidss that AMr. Ross take the chair, which proposition being duly seconded, Mr. Ross in aeeptieng the cll, said that lie trusted that those persons who had been pro meters of the meeting, and had resolutions to propose would oanftse themselves to the object 01 the meeting, and not be l...

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THATCHER'S SONGS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

THATCHIIER'S SONGS AGAIN. The following letter has been handed to us for publication, in reference to the lato court case of " Leeson v. Dicter" : "Melbourne, 7 Great Bourkeo-st. East, " Wednesday. " DEn LEEsos,-We were four days getting to Melbourneo, having to pot into Rabbit Island and Western Port. Our friends were alarmnned about nus. I sincereljr regret there is any misun standing about the songs. I promised them to you before I saw Dichem, and gavre thenm to Dicher merely to copy, and trust lie will do so and give the originals to you, as I am uonder obligations to you for miany acts of kindness. Please read this to D)icher, and I am sure heo will give you the originals, especially as it lwas an oversight of mine. We hlad an awful passage. I shall be in town only three weeks from this. Mrs. Thatcher sends her respects. " Believe me, " Yoours faithfully, C IIARm s R. TnATCnERn." NoTE. -The italics are Mr Thatcher's own.

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SALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. On the Bench-The Mayor (who sat alone during part of thle hearing of the case); A. Arbuckle, W. Montgomery, and J. Allen, Esqrs., J.P.'s. Donald M'Donald was brought up on re mand, charged with forging and uttering a cheque for £12, dalted 27th Septembnler, in favour of Mrs. Quigley, with intent to defraud the Bank of Victoria. Mr. Patten defended the prisoner. Benjamin Flint sworn -I am a carrier on the Lakes, residling at Salo. I know the pri soner, but not intimately. The chequee now produced, signed Ben Flint, in favour of Mrs. Quigley, was not drawn by me, and is not in my handwriting, nor drawn by my authority.   Cross-examined by Mr. Patten-I have never   been to prisoner's house. I know Mrs. Quig-   ley, the daughter of Mr. Aitken, of M'Lellan's   Straits, and now the wife of the prisoner. I knew her in February last and we were on intimate terms. I at one time gave her some money. We never lived...

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