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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

MARRIED. On Thursday, the 16th int., by the Rev.   Mr Login, Mr John Sewell, son of the late Dr Sewell, of Burgh, by Sands, Cumberland, to Hessy, second daughter of Mr Duncan Clark, Sale.  

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

r IOnIGd*INTELLIGELNCE fTHE , Ct5rIfitr i IN AEnICA. Amoeicarchews to the 15th June, hasi been 1 received. The latest intelligenoe is of a more important characteor thau any that has yet been reccoved.since the conimoncoment of tiohe war. The Southern forces have, it~sipicars, I evacuated Harper's Ferry in great haste, after i destroying all the Godernnent property; they coild,' iid carryhig mawy with them what was t ioitable." They attempted, it is said. tobreak ido\vn the lliwy hbridge, but failed,. hether through want of proper material, or because the Northern forces were following closely ini the eirciet, is liot repored; Tlhis'retreat relieves the City.of )Washilgt?n fiornithe daiger of an. ataclk on that side.. The Sothiern troops a 'o only now in force' directly south of the capi tal,i nd the last newse is that .the confederates were dotermined;to conceutnrto their forces at Manasoeh's Gap 'TJinction. They have abanl donAil the line of the Potomac, and have gone a little to'...

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THE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

TIlE : B1(''If FOR Tr0ICE 0CIA . : i IONSQ.II I.I P Ihe r tight fol. the:. Cliampioin-hikp of the Prize Ring botweb~n IIurst'nr d Mace eime off oni the 18tli Junol; n n island in the Medeway{' d The. Tines gveo. the "followidug siclening' account of theo. encounter, -tL The. contrast between the two-men .as they entered the 1 ring was even- more startlingly dispropor. t tigoatoithanitliat beotwcou Heeinn and Sayers., Hurst aeiod nearly six feet three inches in a height, and weighed sixteen stone, while his c gigantic lnid swarthy 'chest and limbs, on a whichi the nmuscles stoodl'out in great folds tV acdu kinots like bosses of bronze, nade his figure look even larger, and more formildable, if possible, thli it was ,in reality. Looking: at hiasmoBosive, proportisne, the. ovidences of C tremendmisstiungth, as -the thews and sinews ti crept: iaid rolled with overy movement, one I fdlo i'-kind of fascinating terror, lhichl h changed to'almost sickening apprehension. for P the fate of th...

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ENGLISH MEM'S [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

*.":rw: d NOGLISISME'PS: ' Tho following infonintion il token froniA' the r o the inLh inetant,,p ut owing to' the deteeition of our Overlaind ninals, wa not received in time for bUlicbtiou in qur Iast. .The ilalcuhtlh arrived. tq lo jelg at cloven, m., after n rapid pasag.o of ninety heours. 'The Peniinlar nud Oriental Ste:mer Sal sette, Captain Rogers, arrived at King Georgo'e Sound,;at ono p.m., on thic 5th of-J:Auust She.left Golle at;'pnouonothe-20tlhJ.ly. Cnalp ,Tit s .heud, Alu?iri tiinit ai s r liverC NewLeinnTl5on:tlldPi: *. ,Thd Cliureh 16at6 Abolition Bill ivs'oejected by the aeakitr e'c tstlget.ot 17-" 4"; votnog for! it, and;;27 ,aganit; ,Oiean g :,citement pro. The '11b p tdgblr, , int·l?dius"; apez] Duty RoeganibBill,. pasae .'tlio:Lords, anmd riecolved tlit k Asb r, 'o'' "W I A terriblaonnflpgat, to- on the banks of thin Tliama,,nt' Solithwark,:h?t? destroyeddproperLy to thue extent of £2 500,000'in value. "Mr. 'B;ihrbiooil, dtr¢?oti of tihe' +Fir" Bhi'ido, wvas Idll...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wheat, Victorian, per bushell, 6s 3d to 6s 6d     Ditto, Adelaide, per bushell, 7s         Oats, Colonial, per bushell, 4s to 4s 3d Ditto, Foreign, per bushell, 3s 7½d to 4s Ditto, Scotch and Irish, 3s 9d     Flour, Adelaide, per ton, 1.15 19s to 1.16 10s   Ditto, Tasmanian, per ton, 1.15 10s 1.16             Ditto Victorian, per ton, 1.15 10s to 1.16     Ditto, Gallego, per barrel, 40s 42s   Hay, best, per ton, 1,6 1.7 Ditto, inferior, do 1.4 10s to 1.5 10s Potatoes, Tasmania, per ton, 1.4 Ditto, Victorian, ditto 1.4 to 1.4 10s         Onions, Victorian, per ton, 1.7 to 1.9 Cabbages, Victorian, per dozen, 2s to 6s       Hides, not salted...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21, 1861. OUR POLICY. The question has been so constantly asked, and the enquiries so perti-   naceously adhered to, " whether we belong to the ministerial or anti-minis- terial party, " that it has become a duty which we consider now full time to perform, and at the same time, to make known for the satisfaction of our friends and enemies, that we belong to neither party, we support measured   rather than men, and that our judge- ment is not pinned to any man's coat tail. We recollect Moliere's play, and like the hypocrite Tartuffe, were we   so credulous as to take other people's   judgement's in place of our own, they may chest us all, and wear a spencer. We neither belong to the Victorian Associated, nor the Land Bill Conven-   tion, and neither the one or the other can influence us against the great and glaring wants of our fellow colonists, nor induct us to advocate any cause   which ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   Howerer general may be a reporters em- ployment, it is certainly seldom thought necessary in these un-exciting times amongst pulpit orators, to send a reporter to listen to the address of a pastor to his congregation,   consequently, we cannot of ourselves say what   may have taken place at the Roman Catholic Church on Sunday about elections and can-     didates for election, we certainly heard a por- tion of a politcal lecture read by Mr Parker, from Clark's balcony on Monday last, pur- porting to have been a true report of an ad-     dress delivered by Mr McGirr from the altar on the preceeding day, in which the Rev. Gentleman warmly declared his advocacy of one of the candidates, and without positively coercing his congregation, he strongly recom-     mended and expressed his desire that they should vote for Mr Johnson. If such is a a true statement of what Mr McGirr really did say, we cannot r...

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THE POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

THE POLLING DAY       This day, which was looked for with intense interest and much anxiety by more than the electors of the middle division of North Gippsland, was ushered in by sol rising in all its splen- dor, and casting a cheeriness over the scene, which we almost thought gave assistance to the perfect good humor that reigned all through Sale. There was no bickering, no loss of temper, and no display of that bad feeling which so often destroys the expression of freedom which every true Britton should enjoy of recording his political opinions. At the mid-day adjournment to refresh- ment, Messrs. Lee, M'Ghee, Watson, and Parker ascended Mr. Clark's balcony to address the populace. The subject   chosen was the Rev. McGirr's sermon or     lecture as it may more properly be termed, to his congregation on the pre- vious day. Mr. Parker read a report, taken, as he said, verbatim, and Mr.   &...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

ELECTION MEETINGS.   A meeting of Mr. Everard's friends           was held at the Royal Exchange hotel on Saturday evening, the 17th instant, at which Messrs. Lee and Short attended on behalf of the Land-Bill Association, and Mr. Anderson delegate front the Crooked River diggers. Mr. Ross being called to the chair opened the meeting by calling on Mr Parker to state its object. Mr. Parker then read a letter from Mr. Wilson Grey, introducing the two gentlemen who had come down on the part of the convention, for the purpose of securing the return of a liberal candidate for North Gippsland. Mr. Lee then addressed the meeting. After a few preliminary remarks, he said he felt anxious to explain what was the true position of Mr. Everard, and why his name was on the poll for East Melbourne, and to do away with any impressions which the publication of a placard which be saw that evening may have on their minds. He ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

WILLIAM JOHNSON, Bricklayer. Please   send your address immediately to Page Price, carpenter, Post Office, Sale. WHEAT. PRIME SAMPLES WANTED by James Newham, Myrtle Downs   Cash on delivery. CANDLES.   GOOD Tallow Candles are supplied by the undersigned—warranted their own make—at 8d per lb, per box; for Cash, and delivered either at Taraville, Port Albert, or Alberton. Boxes to be returned or charged for. SCUTT & FORD   Samples to be seen at the Times Office. I, GEORGE SCUTT, a landed proprietor of Seacombe and Gifford, whose name was omitted on the electoral roll for the Western Division of North Gippsland, am challenged and coerced by a threat, frorm the scrutineer of Mr. Everard, at Rosedale, that if Mr. Johnson should be returned for North Gippsland, as member in the Legis- lative Assembly, I had better leave the dis- trict. Now I, George Scutt, being a residence   of twenty years, do require to know what ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 August 1861

AEEiSS of every descriptwo in ato, and nde to order after any desired st le AdieA and Gents' Riding Bridles of every knownkindnowr a ue. Whips and spurs of the best makers in great Sarietw. .Brses, Spanges, and every ot.er'9artfiteccead with the sddler? y busines at ROBERT TOPPING'S successor to McFarland & Sons, Saddler, &c, RAYMOND STREET, SALE. CIOCTRIA FME AND MARME -i SURA5CB -COMPAN Y. CAPITAL& L..000,000. Agets for Gippdiad, M'ARDELL & RAPHAEL, ENTs? Saddles made on the best G London trees, and of the best materials. good supply always on hand, and made to order after any de sire, style, or pattern on, the shortest notice by 80 - 3?TH TOPP0NG, Scness to - W'PARLAND AND SONS, Saddlers, &c. RAYMOND STREET, SALE STOLEN or STRAYED, from Grassdale near Sale, one brown entire colt, black   points, branded K on off side under saddle.       £2 reward will be paid on information being given tha...

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NEW ZEALAND GOLD FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

N' "W.,ZE LA-D+ ? O Fl1E,+ , i Tho following io a leadjng articlo from the Witness ofthol 0th inste.-; -i " .:!" i1.: ?: As ws ws,iatunirlly ,to be 'xpectcd;, the neows of r theOtgOi? Gold fibldi is 'ha4ing nld ebff'ot ti ponithe lAbor iriket 'of'the adjoiningg ~nd nIoighboring Proainits I; Tie Province of Southland, hbeng in fact partof Otago, .was rtho firt tot safer a loas osof population. Canterbury bhas coitribtted .to incrense the number .of diggers, and a few persons }have found ,their way;fromeVWellington. "The preds of; Ceuterlultya has begun to idiscus :thle •question whether or not the Otago' GoldGfelds will disturb the relations in that Province of tmployerea;'nd!employbd; and :the lerllingion Spectoi' rem6nar&s; if the news fronim\tago be confirmed, considerable numbers will leave thatPio:Pvihe for Otago, as .the :inforinatioii which had already. 3beoneradceived had pro duced great excitement amongst the laboring clapc?g The 4ducrdtherr. roecomnmendsa the 0siori...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCR.. ,PORT ALBERT: VA August 23--3artha Ellen, 124 tonshE: Hill, from Newcastle, N.S.W. Turnbull; Howden, &Co., agents, August 24--Helen S. Page; 217 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town-t P~isengers : Messrs. Howard. Milluard, Carter, and Johnson. Johnson.& Hood, agents..._ ..... TausuC24-Free Trader;,200 tons, J Thorni from Haobert Town. j Turnbull;, :Hwden, & Co., agents.: August 22-Glencoe, 160 tons T. aiig7, from Hobart, Town. Turnbull, Howden, & Co, agents. August 25Eclipse, 190 ton, J. Calder, from RHobart Town.' Passengers: Cabin- Messrs. 'esailly, and Walker. Johnson & Hood, agents. August 29-Keera, as., 114 tons. S:Patrick, from 3hslbourr. niroars. Augu t? 23--3 drth° Ellen fio Newcastle: 180 tons soal. s -: - - August .24-Helaen? . .SPrge,. from Hobart TowdnA !2 tons hay, 2 pigs trees, 60 empty ,kegs, 1cask whiting and 1 casoepictures. - .: August. 24-Free r?Trader from !Hobart Town :18,000"feet eawn, timber, and 5,0...

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POST OFFICE, SALE. ABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

'`S. " t'POST'OFFICE~,SALE. '`" ADLoJ;TflEIIE.RAAIVAG: ArD'DEPºATURc 01. " ISLAND MAIL8. !I85E.t: -;· MUebrosOat!.: 18 --I Hour - -_ HeQoa~n c ·`oeo-·st-- ": : '''pii_.. ; ;.:(Hou this Office for - Mfzinouu Wednesdayi' Saturdays Op.m BOSLDALY . .,r4 ': c - i r TAAuiooe " _ u DaowcelOxs , ALRE5RTON1'_ .Tucada a & ýý.riday e'pi "` ~LaRro.;i ;I~~i y q 8 p. i~j ym. TAssRAILLEy " ,. . PORTALDEr " ,r , STRlATYOD r nD Imauon owt ,,;fr's.i: Osnono Mails arrive at , n lou thisdfficofro HELBODANYý1 t,Tueadagy & Fridays.,' 6j p so ROSEDALB . DANDTNUN6 ý.; , ý ."ý _ n TsRRA VILLN '.i" r~'. PORTALBE .: t ) 0MblNu w "", ', r' r ",r a r : , :. JOLHN'D. LEESON, Poatmaste.- - Post Office, Sale, Aug.6., 1861. Nort.-This offica lo-os at 6p.m. On Tues. days and Fridays at 8 p.m. IHE uudersigned have been appoint J ed. A gents for" ' e. Gippasland Timhes--< ''Melbouin'e, Messrs.: Gordon. and Gotch. S tr6/ifrd, Mesasrs, Loyd Brothers. .Bairn'dale and Lucknolo, Messrs. --Dreverm...

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PUBLICANS' QUARTERLY LICENSING SESSIONS. September 3rd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

PUBLICAN'S QUARTERLY LICENSING SESSIONS.   September 3rd 1861. (J.L.M. Carey, R.M., and N.C. McLeod on   the bench.)     The following new licenses were granted:- A. F. Hopwood, "Commercial Hotel," Bairnsdale. Wm. Martin, ''Bulgaback Innn", Squirrel Forest Gellie and McLean, "Iguano Creek Hotel," Iguano Creek.    

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COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. PORT ALBERT. September 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE PORT ALBERT.   There has been latterly, such an utter dearth of news, that I have considered it use- less to write you, and have contented myself with watching the progress of affairs in your locality. Mr Johnson's defeat took us by   surprise, as it was deemed hardly probable, and I may add, or desirable that so complete a stranger to the district as Mr Everard is could have successfully competed with your ??? ate member, and a very general feeling of disappointment prevailed here when the news   became known. Mr Johnson had, and I may say still has the good wishes of the majority in the lower district. Whatever may be the general feeling regarding squatters, I cannot but think that your late member would have been more serviceable in a local sense, at least, especially colleagued with Dr Hedley,     than a Melbourne merchant ; but, as Mr Foster observed "vox populi vox dei."     Mr Everard's re...

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OUR GOLD EIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

OUR GOLD FIELDS.     The Crooked River still produces       large quantities of gold, and the miners       are generally, well remunerated for their labors. Nevertheless, the New Zealand   mania has reached its distant valleys.     and many are leaving for that cotuntry. It is scarcely to be wondered at. that our mining population are so fond of moving about, and so unsettled. Hitherto   they have had no home for their families, no fond hope of realising a permanent settlement on the lands, where they may   rest, after accumulating a sufficiency for their declining years. All was a blank; but now; when facilities are offered, with a reasonable chance of realising a com- fortable home, we may fairly conclude that our miners will, in a great measure lose their wandering habits and become more settled and useful members...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.- A few months since, a movement was made by some of the land- owners at Sale, for the purpose of getting that township proclaimed a municipality, in ac- cordance with the Act in that case made and provided, viz., 18 Vic 15. The boundary then as now desired, was bounded on the north by Raglan Street, and west by Flooding Creek, and included an area of about nine miles square. At the time this was first proposed, an amount of opposition was got up by some of the surrounding landholders, who, for their   own aggrandisement, came forward, and by special pleadings, delayed the whole proceed- ings by preaching falacies to weak and igno- rant minds, thus causing a halt between two opinions, and bringing the necessary result of such an indermianate mode of proceeding by a temporary failure of the praiseworthy en- deavors of those who took so ardent a part in the advancement of the district. Neverthe- less, the late proceedings have shown t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

TEA. : iO: -,???BOU'RN .' l, .tinepscrew stetniship ;KEER S l "av Fort l"bert Boon after, ,d eapen. .•I .:, reight- (oli; ,2d:,poritoice,.ý.;Par, aeels ,_over 20q cup 8 ' iold, hfos tshipment? ?nst;b e red' t the Customs before r 10i a cploatmh thedneay of sauling,', I I ii or freight or. passage 'hippyit `to! harf strtet:+ 'Po e r,'"'or?tAtbtrt?" ti 2C,' . •k . oý Lrt . .?", e " B in all agoods at c .onsitgnleOrik .whe ndea. llgood'sdiscldl jaf.no movedfrom the drf rdin Mr e2 ce ill bed iored at consignes i . ..1iee ',(+ , ra :rr. svatr :ý ,i,, ýc. .- 'I:pA S E .·d i0)0 4II. ,3OU :; ". TEAMI, TO T? TIE' d 1cITCriEL "fl !uiJ ,:r rd S at :::ARES 0 a ..z. t .. to Saa.!. . ....4 0s. tIH" s -h·o'dtelamer, "NTEailielEAfiea sl tIsb Commn ler, ll l. hs La ortobe riion dgegdvery ituesdy rnig, dbot 7 clbi? hafrplfdOr'ithie bStedera d ly e . .. . e: .... : ;,3" ' edlovek that w-eigh wienchary gnd "(I :.cludn?! rfresk?, 1 ,,. '.; ihir;ity,.Shillings ? Os:): ,,per foh,'; ~,{ Eoclbtge Hotel, Sa ...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1861. OUR ELECTION DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

The Gippsland Times     Wednesday September 4, 1861. OUR ELECTION DIFFICULTIES. By the unfortunagte and unlooked-for insolvency of Mr Everard, we are at present unrepresented in the House of Assembly. The Ministry have lost a vote, and our local wants an advocat. What the exact position in which we now stand may be, we are not lawyers enough to say, and the opinions of the contending parties aro so thoroughly an- tagonistic, that from them our deduc- tions are nought. The circumstances of the case are simply these. Monday, the 19th August was the polling day at the several booths which were appointed by the Returning Officer as places where voters could register their votes for the candidates proposed. On that day, at four o'clock, all the polling places were closed; and on the balance of the votes there given, depended the result of the election. The distance between Sale and the Crooked River being so great; and the road so difficult to travel, delayed th...

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