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STRINGER'S CREEK. 4th November, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. (rnoo A cooncsroior.ax.) J 4th November, 1863. t It is so long since I forwarded you any news o , from this that you no doubt surmised I had either i changed my locality or disappeared in sonime of the late severe floods. Such, I amn happy to say, is not the case, but I have, however, been sufler ing from severe illness, which, up to the present time, has prevented me forwarding my usual communications. .. to writin inlaxst, we have been visited by some of the most ýntnucnmne senOsn t oi,, - land, among whom I noticed Mr. It. Flirebrace, J.P., Mr. Win. Pearson, J.r., Mr. Montgomery, J.P., the Messrs. De Mloulin, and several others. I must not forget our respected Road Engineer, who arrived like one of the woonded from Bull's iRun, having, I am sorry to say, had no less than two capsizes between the Bald Hilla and Stringer's Crelek. This gentleman appeared to treat these nmisfortunes with the greatest nonchalance and good humour, and with the exception of a severe s...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

ROYAL EXCIIHANGE HORSE B3AAAR , AND Livery and Bait Stables. - :SEWELL begs to inform the inhba - sJbitants of Sale, and the district of Gippsland generally that he has taken aTense of the above stables, and trusts, by conducting them on an improved principle, combined with civility, atten tioni, and cheapness, to merit a share of public patronage. 1:B.-J. S. will have constantly on hand Horses and Vehicles for sale or hire, at lowest rates; also, Horses broken to single or double harness. SATURDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER. CALE by AUCTION at the Exchange S Sale Yards, 8 First.class [lacks Sale at 12 o'clock. SATURDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction, J SEWELL is instructed hr Mr. J .Tots n T'oaAs in sell by Public Auction, at the Enchnnge Sanie Yards, on the above date, the first draft out of a large mob, consisting of 20 Well-bred Colts and Fillies, all in good condition, and suitable for backs, light harness or coaching pur poses, being for positive sale, without reserve. The attendance of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

STEAM TO MELBOURNE.   THE fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY, Horses will be carried to or from Port   Albert at 30s, each. Freight—Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par- cels over 200 ounces, 1¼d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered   at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets... .... .... £5   Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TURNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, Port Albert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m. will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. FRENCH'S FIVE - HORSE COACH. FARES: Port Albert to Sale .. £1 10 0 Port Albert to Bald Hill . 2 0 0 Sale to Bald Hill .. .. 0 15 0 LEAVES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale,   every WEDNESDAY morning, at 6 a.m., and returns immendiately on arrival of the steamer G. FRENCH, Proprietor. N.B.—All Parcels "by steamboat" &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 November 1863

FURNXITURE. N0 e SALE,- by IIOOTIH andCO., eoster~street : lorsehair seated Chairs(Scotch sweep hacks). carved aud highly finished Soths & Conches, richly carved, spribg stofted, &c Cedart Chairs aid P'ables Basin Stands and Dreassing Taliles Chest of Drawers Cheflioneers Loo Tables Coloiul Cedar oas., Straw Jlattrassues, Palliasses &ct [lhe wholoe ot which will be; ;said, Decided BA tiG.Nd fo tarhci, or llij ove twenty poundsi three muinth urecilit,'in approved bills. fAGUIRE and CO., 26 KING S ST.,. MiaLnounsic, have on Sale Ameridan Mining Boots, of every lescdilption, manulactured ox pressly for,these colonies. Raymoind Street, SALE. WINES Sr SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY, PINE .ALES. GOO D. STABLI G. A WELL-GlRASSED PADDOCK WITH PERMANENT WATER. JAMIES HARGRAVE, PaoPRIETOR. Ship Inn, Port Albert. DONALD McKENZIE, L AS much pleasure in intormoing his Frienids and the Public that lhe has taken the above well-known and capacious premises, which lie iitends, t...

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RACEHORSES FOR CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

RACEHlORSES FOIR CIIINA. -It is stated that Golden Pledge will hlave ~il:helail alier tne St. Le er, havi .g leen pur eliiiedl: I hv the svno .part ies wirho have bunlit Girdener, B13'kstine, Millionaire. Inveaiiintnt, l[.d;lington, and other hlliod stock t hlii: yvear. ' The peninsular anmi Oriental :teamshipal Peru from South-. salnjton on tlhe 20th Anagtit, had as part of hler-cargi 3uctkst .ne, Investment, and 1lthoitre, dIestined for C'hina. It has. however, been, hscertaiued that Invest mnieit: diedat sea. . This' will lie .a sad li i td is hslwner. Mr Deint, a mIerchant in Chiii, ilihovgave ir Mierry L3,000 fori, th.i horse. : Dictator was s;il ',;n Auinst 20 lat :.Stockton, to go to Chini. ['lie plrice is said toi be.2,0O0) ;uitiens. A" 'rniousc resdl if thle.obserance'. of itleal ,iid ireguiltiiis came to light ?mn Satniiail , A. thiet w?ho hal . been con demnedl':by [ithe Bnlliivyon m'agistranite tir' stelint somdin: tiifcle ii raim JUidie lt??i ra'.',kitilhe;, reslitelv '...

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LATER NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

LATER NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND. (rBOM THE ARGUS CORREPONDENT.) SYDNEY, THUMSDAT. The steanier Claude H msiltin has arrived with Auckland news to the 1st Sust. - -. - General Cimerni had almst conm pleted his arrangements, for thie attack in? Meremere. The new tnnhoat has gone uip the \Vaikato River. The ;lMaries ineffc. tually endeavoured to stip her. They had two pieces of artillery. which comi miniledl the steainer. One shlt striuck the turret, but did n,,t pierce it. 'The anlri guns were well served, and the shoit were well aimned, it is supposed by E lrol,eal gullliers. : The loss at Mlanku is heavier than was rip.rtedl. Li.-nt?enuats Percival aid .Nrmal, andI Privates \Vurthin;gti,ti W\illitmt-otn, PRser, Ohbern, Beawick, and MIG livill, were killed. T'he 1 la ries still threaten Tiramak i, bit there arare ffl:cient troipe there to keep them away frim the settletmeits. - 'rThe Dmet Blinistry hli resiinedl. Mr. F'ix lha frmed a new G,.verninent. hise colleagunes are Messrs. Woo I, ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

At Sale, 29th October, 1863, by Luther c Simmons, Esq.-Trespass 2d each. 705 Brown and white steer, B and B over off rump, notch f off ear. 706 White coow, snail horns, like' E in b circle off ribs, CM near rump. 707 Yellow and I ,white heifer calf, illegible brand off ribs, rope o round neck. 708 Red and white heifer, like a T over A conjoined near shoulder. 709 Red and I white cow, like FL off, ribs. 710 Brindle and e white poley heifer, like 1I off ribs, and R with a blotch over off shoulder. 711 White heifer, like e JP off side. 712 Red steer, like JJ off thigh. 713 Red and white heifer, JD conjoined near I shoulder. 714 Black steer, white face, like EL t' near, neck, (the L to left). 715 Red heifer, DD F off rump, like lIP off back. 716 Red and white cow, 0 0 over 0 off ribs, E over B off rump, D off shoulder. 718 Red and white calf, progeny, no brand. 718 Strawberry cow, a in diamond S near ribs, and rump, AHC off ribs. 719 Straw- s berry calf, progeny no bralnd. 720 Yellow an...

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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM L'; THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [tro0 THE A ?G ? TELHEGRI The steamship Rangatira arrived at Glenelg at f!inr I.p . yesterday, after a passage of ninety-nine hours from King George's Sound, briinging the South Australian portion of the English Sep tembelr mail. Th9l dely in the arrival of the mail at Galle was caused by an accident to the Poonah's machinery, and the overflowini of the Nile stitiping the railway traffic, which will likely be further impeded for the next four months. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Seer. 26. The Australian July tlma:ils were le livered in London oil the 16th and 17thl September. The war feeling in Englandl against Rtussia is greatly increased. 'rihe Russian reply to the Iast notes is cold atnd repelling. It rejects all further negotiations for a peaceful settlement of the Polish quertiotn. -The Confederate Government has re called M\r. 3Mason, their Commissioner " in London, on the grotund that his :oll tinned residence in England was neither ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

CRICKET. :n The return match between the Bairnsdale anded" Sale Cricket Cluth- wa' ,played at Bairnsdale on Friday last, the 13th instant, and resulted in a B victory for the lUIirnsdale Eleven by four runs T only. We may safely say that this game w. s the J. best and nost closely-contested match ever planyed iP in Gippsland. From the inccessantrai that had L fallen, it: was at one timne feared that the match J1 could not have been plnyed on the new groundatr the Mitchell, but the: weather wos fortiunately I fine for a few days previous, and Mr. Bnte, the captain of the airnsdale -club, devoted every moment of the limited spare time at his disposal to the improvement of the space selected for pitching the wickets. The Saleclub having won the toss, put in their opponelits, and Messrs. Bishop and D. Campbell went in to the bowling of Ilessra. Dural and Carter. Duval was deadl on to the wicket, but Carter did not settle down E to his work until after three overs, when his it peculiar t...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

TOWN TALK. Wednesday last will, in all probability, boe remembered by Saleites-wd hope long after Sale haS become a large and flourishing city as the d y on ohich the first Mayor of the Borough gave his first civic bnquttet to, the burgess.' The'occalion which cdlled it;fortl was the installation of 3Mr. Guthridgeos Mfayor. for thu eniuing year, liccording to the require ments of the new .Municipal Act. The coto. piny assetbled 'to luncheon at the 3flayr's residlence at bout 2 o'clock, p.m., :and the shlides of evenintg cl sed aroundl them before they separalted, elch, otne high!ly satisfied with theirMayor and his hosplivtlity. Of coirsee there wals the usual spleechnkting, i attnd the usual tmasts on suchl occ.teiotns dly pro posedl nd rei. ponded to. " The Mayor's bho-elh" brolghlt forth a well-merited eulogin '? .from Mr. LRalinson, lattd th.at, as well so the " C ounci:: lors of Sale," wat receirnil in the mosot cordli:,l atul hearty tm;tuner Iby the ozsembly. The tmertn y of o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. A VOICE FROM SALE. "O ! for that warning voice which he who saw Th' Apocalypse heard cry in Heav'n aloud !" TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. e do not hold, ourselves responsible for the opinions of our cocrrpspondents. e A VOICE FROM SALE. . m "'01 for that warning voiceo'hich he who saw I ' Th' Apocalypse heard cry in Heav'n aloudi" of TO TUIB EDITO UOF TIIE OIPPSLAND TIMES. hC Sin,- Never in any period of the world's 'his- of tory was such. oa warning more needed than the it present. But can remote, almost unknown, and in almost much-neglected Sale expect to send abroad that voice, truthful though it may.be, that would ir arouse those who, by inhaling the poisonous es fumes of the deadly upas, are stupified orblinded al to their most vital, most important interests.-- w It is most remarkable that Africa at a very early o0 period of the present era becameithe hot-bed of tl some of the most pernicious errors, and Africa in d the nineteenth century through the month of one P of those whose thirst for lordly dominion, autho- aI rity and power, has ever caused them to stand g; out in bold and striking contra...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

OBITUARY. With deep regret we have to announce tihe death of the Hon. liOIIET TIO?OISON,i.L.O., l ohith took place at his residence at Clyde lnh at 10 o'clock on Sunday evening, the 15th instant. Mr; Thomson had been in ode on the prcvious VWednesday, looking in his usual robust health: On tie following dls, however, he feit indisposed, and mSore recently the disease assumned the form of croipelns, which terminated fatally. Mr. Ihlmsola wsas amongst tile very first settlers in Gippsland, having taken up Clyde 1Bank run in 1841, and has ever since been inti. mtely connected with both the progression and politics of the district.' Mr. Thomson ?as elected one of the members of tile East ern rovicein n the first Parliament of Vic tori, and has ret~ined Ilis seat ever since. In 18i0 he was appointed chairman of com miltees in the Legislative Council, which plpointment he held, at the time of his dcase. The announcement of the lamented getleoman's death hs east a glooml over the lwhole .d...

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PAYING FOR THEIR SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

PAiTcGo roR T'rta S -srPA'rt.-Tls friends oftheSouth, in England. have paid. this fnrttight. npwards ot I,S0.0'0 for their hearty syvpathv. They hohl the Cnnfederate lrn n of three millinns, and it has this icvk toncled 35 per cent. di.connt. and if'nnw worth in the mRrket anhbout l, .25?5o00, or a little less that, three millions gr.enhacks, which bear n' intertet.-~ pedtator. Mr J. J M'arshsll. Rs Vie-cofnsal of Spain. informs Spanish sul.jecta residling in this colonn tlhat. " in pursiu-ine of in, structionI received from Her .Maj.aty thei Queen of Spain, a snhscrip!iion list is now' open at the consulate in aid of the memnril to he erected at Madrid in honor of the distinguished navigator Christopher Colnmnhns" The Orange election between Marti,, and Cowoper is e?esing conasilerbtle ex citement in Svdiey. The . Terald telegram-the ln~oest yet tra?smitted in the colonies-with the entire speecheR of the candilates, contains over 8t000 words. The latest news sIva thlt Martin was de...

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TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

TOWN COUNOIL; ?resent: His Worship the Maty)r and ancillour Patten, McCole, Watson, Bouni.+t. i Davey. , The business ctmnenccd withl the insttlla. not His Worship for thu e,e.suing.yea r., It, pr oposed by 3Mr. ParT .' , and secndeld Mlr. W4TsoNe, an:d carried unnimoIusly, hat His orhllip Neolhemit h Guihridge, ., e Mnyor for the etinuintg year.". he minutes of povius meetnting were then i and tonfirmed. ett ere read froml Inspector Geneoral Worke informing tho C'otincil'thatt the oite tihetew Court Housendolther public build - 'auould be in allottmenut I aind 10, seUtion e wiehed for, Frmn George Mackay, Esq. A., t tie tame Eflect ; anl from the Hu,. Chief Secretary, informiung Council that Dog Act had been extonded to Sale and atted. From Mr. J. Ste.avcol, Rioalds atid idges Department, stating thati thie Distridr ad Engineer ihad been written to, to state o repairs necessaly to be done through thei eBils. Also ftomthe liIon. the. Chief I etly, stating that there twas ino fund fo...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

NOTICES TO 'CORRESPONXDEI TS. Correepondents are informed that, in order.to preserve the strictest: secreey, it is our practice, when the writer wishes it, to re-write all com monications, so that the knowledge of the authorship shall be confuned to the. editora room. All eommunications intended for insertion' must be aidressed to " the editor," without specifying ny.name, ani mnst be authenticated by the nao-e ant address of the writer, not necesosrily for publication, but au a guarantee of goal faith. Notices to withdraw alvertisements must be sent in, at latest, on Wedneuday. - It is particularly requested that- parties sending advertisementa will be particular in "riting the number of insertions plainly on the fece of the advertisement, as all advertise. meuts uot so marked will be continued until couurerun.lnde.l. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are requested to be made in writing.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

BIRTH. On the 14th inst, at Stratford, the wife of Mr. Thos. Lloyd, of a son.   The Ven. the Archde-acn will (..V) con. duct Divine Service at St. Pil's Church, Sale, in the morning at 11 30, and in the evening at 6.30. ,The Rev. John Firth will conduct Service at Stratford at 11.30. Service at the Jordanl on the 29th. Tne Itev. Mr. IMcGirr will (D V.) celebrate Mass in Sole on Sundaj next; the 22nd inst.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

., TO TO. EDITOR OP TIIOIP~idt5ia NJIM '. Fo Sln,-In your issue of last??eek' I oslidred a letter signed "Ceres ;cpmme?iitg ton he dvan- upp tages: that m ight accruo bythe encouragement of local manm?facture. Although;lsdo' t agreewith 1 all the writer has advanced, y;ctI consider the Wi subject deserves the serious consideration: of -all re who are interested in the progress and prosperity It of Gippsland. That the balaneru of trade, so "f " Ceres" alleges, is against the provlde,, tliero cannot be lrdoubt. The gold-fields may or may be not 'trove a permbnent resource--they are in P5 embryo, bust there is nothing hypothetical in the resources that may be drawn from our fertile -l plans lwhich, with the fatvourable el.mate we f enjoy, are capable of producing the raw material ni for almost every article of colonial manufaceture. 1 Industrial pursuits, therefore, should be encou raged to the fullest extent consistent with free to trade. Instead of the farmers depending only on oats ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. AMERICAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

• 2% =--- ..... .= '7 =..... T EUROPEAN NEWS. AMERICAN SUaLMALRYY. People at a distance from the sceno of con flict in America are apt to suppose, when an atoundlitig piece ofI news coinear in, that the war is approaching the beginning of the end. But this expectation h:ls been so often dinsp-, pointed, that we da;tmt whether the f.ill of Fort Sumter. and the shiaeUliag of Charleston with Greek fire, are li\ely to bring us a step' nearer to tile close tien we wore before. It appeiar, inded, that the FederalIs havei by far the heat of thie situaitim ; a;l that, with the exception if Lee'oar my on I l',iiiamni which is expected everv liour to inake a swoop upon Wasliington, the Confediratus tiu very nearly reduced to extremity. ..* ' Thie forts .about Fort S:nttor are strikingi It was bom.n.ara for uev~ei daya ly i a latteary -,f Parrott gnts, whichl p;~ine.l in .1500 shoiA:lis it the tunirrriedlnted distanc-i of 2g miles, 2623 if lhich-l tiol; effect. If this atateut ient be cri'rit,...

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STRINGER'S CREEK. 18th November, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

STRINGER'S CREEK. I (roUt A caonsro.nuogNT.) 18th November, 1863." 3 I have just returned from a visit to the flappy r go-Lucky Reef, which I believe is equal in rich- a ness to any yet discovered in Gippslandl. The prospecting claim is about three miles from String p Town (for this is the name I heard a friend of mine call our township the other day.) It is not far from the proposed dray-road to Toon gabbie-in fact, No. 8 South crosses Mr. Camp bell's track. Tie prospectors have struck the l reef nearly on the surface, which is supposed.to . run nearly north and south. The qiiartz are of ', a peculiar kind, and what are not generally con sidered gold-bearing, having a chrystalisendand honey-comb appearance. The pieces, however, tl which Mr. Jones, Mr. Atwood, and myself broke off the reef lhand coarse gold richly distributed throughout them. I enclose you a few small ti specimnens from this reef-I would send larger ones, bout the in convenience of forswarding them f prevents me. Th...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 November 1863

"' EXCELSIOiL" ------FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1863. ri -i-- -- -A. .RUMOUR has got abroad that some; cousiderable ;alterations are iritedided in the lind of. road by which the .Melbourne mail is to be con voyed. into Gippsland during, the coming year. Tenders have been invited for clearing a track from New Chum Creek to Jericho. and it is proposed, should the people of Gippsland agree to the proposal, to bring the mail from Melbourne. by the Jordan, Donnelly's, and Bahl Hill,l from which place a branch mail would be given off for Rosedale, and another for Stratford at the lMacalister tiridge. This is the iieieest scheme to more closely con nect Melbourne with Jericho and Wood's 'Point, and by such means, --so says Mr. Banlce, the Post-olfice inspector-confer a great boon on Sale. and RIosedale, by bringing in the mail at least 12 hours sooner than by the Melbourne road. We have no wish to quarrel with Mr. :Bance, nor in any way to.prevent thiat gentleman forming his own opinions, but, a...

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