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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

2MELBOURNE iIARKET6. Srocs M.Rn'rt.--cesasrs. W. E. and A. S. King report tho market to have been badly supplied with quality suitable to the demand for the season ; hut otherwise the market.acas crowded with second-rate stocklhlich were sold at ruinous prices. The feaw tock of good quality shown went at an advance of last week's prices. Good qtsality meat was sold at 8a Cd per ewt. On Monday, 23rd December, Ray's cattle were Fold-tS4 bullocks, at from 11. 70 6d t`'4l.: averaged 21. 2o.; 119 cows, at from 11. 10n to 41. 15s; averaged 21. Js. Gwynne's cattle were sold, 240 bullocks at from '21. 12a 6d to 41. 10a : averaged 31. 1a; 67 corvs, at from 11. 9s to 41. 2s 6d: averaged 21. 7a M. On Tuesday, the 24th December Lang's cattle Were sold, 162 bullocks, at from It. 16s to 41. 17s 6d: averaged 21. s, Lang and Incapherson's cattle were sold, 44 bullocks at from I1. 15i to 21. 17s 6d: averaged 21. 2s.:4d : 27 cow averaged 11. 17a 2d. Fair bairn'a pattle were sold, 61 bullocks, average...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. SALE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

3ALE MARKIETS. Mr. Sewcll report. haring sold at his yarts, Foster Stroct, on Monday last, 19 head of horses, principally unbroken,'at an averago na 51. 7a. 10d.. they ware of a medium and inferior description. The former ranging from St. 2. Sd. to 101. 10s;, and the latter from 11. 16e. to 81.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

LOCA L I.lTELLIGR.VCB. Boxiig D cy sports have now bedcoe as n familiar as household words, and once the d festival of Christn so is passed, one and all appear to throw off all aIpearanco of labor, and dismiss from their minds all care and thoughts about the every day business of life. Pl~tsnro, and duly pleasire, seers the object of pursuit, and, .like the butterfly which has just brut its pieson doors, pIeoplo osall grades, and in ill shades of c;,lor, nietyb seen bLczzing about in overy: direction, dipping into the sweets contained-in the calyx of eocietyiand eijoy-in al thho. ti atF :0-, u'_ T?z now and ten a f3w, with an r e'eineieat. appetite for the good-things of this life; who live aulfored themselves to lie led fidni the path of eoolerartion, are plac etin the same unenviable aosition in which the beo in the honey jar is represented by the fablist, A~iop, and havc to pay the penalty of the surfeit, when, with clogged limbb and enervated arms, they lay stretched in ustter h...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

AGEICULTURAL AND HORTI. CULTURAL SOCI-TY'S T± 3sy, 1&h Febroay, S Clas A. HORSES. 1Bnlod 5" on, lsetpred £5 5 0" 2 Do do 2nd do 3S 0 S3 Do .-e, lst ps 3 83 0 4 Do do, 2-d do 1 10 0 5 D:a-A: 5 ai n, 1sta prie 5 5 0 6 Do do, 2nd do 3 3 0 7Do Dare, Ltp*Pze 3 3 0 s Do do. 2d do 1 10 0 9 2rr.Drgzt.Col, 3rIt.--2 2 0 10 D? do, 2-d' d 1 1 0 1i YeardIzr.I nDt Co., lar=- ri . . 2 2 0 12.D " do, d do 1 1 0 13 2r.Drr-t~ E y,-:tr-u,2 2 O 14D D do. 2ddo 1 1 0 15 Year2io D szoh: Fily, lsttre . . . 2 2 0 16 Do do. 2n ddo 1 1 0 17 Drz-ht ~zre and Foel, .2 2 0 IS Do do 2nd do I 1 O le& Best ig IC zsing al;k 3 3 0 CL1as B. CATTLE. I9 Bert Bll 5 0 20 Do C~c.ids Ha-E r3i S 3 0 21 IDo do DI-:tm 3 S 0 22 Do do Devon S3 0 23 Do GC-~of any Breed 3 3 0 24 Do Cl:=:ia?- Hee-.ord 2 2 0 25 Do do DIrb-:z 2 2 0 26 Do do Devon 2 2 0 27 1)Do do 2 r. oid l!erefcrd Bail 1 1 0 28 Do do Do Drhim Bll 1 I 0 29 Do do & Devon d- 1 1 o 3) Dtoddo Ird I .rd Heier1 1 0 31 Do do do D=zrim do 1 1 0 32 Do d...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MELBOURNE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

Ml'LBOURSY .'? S.,. The Ti7Lea correspnidltL iL Viptoriu. is Mr. CuAA.?.Nt, of Canadian nuLdriety. Tliegan. tl Is iin who acteol its. " go .btween"' from the Ieb Is to the Britiah Coverimooit; wholi:beog uis Einglish careerr with an agonoy frout l'APltlsuu,t id ended it by being appointed i jnuidoi i row. Zalanlld-a roe?ard for searot iorvice's ritndered," We noecd nol write s biography of Mr. C. x.?a" . Those to whom; byomemmry or realing, the erilodi we havr advertod to is f.tmillui,, are not ignorant 6f hii antecedents. But hit eitroer,in thid colony mnay rnot ho as gooeiildly knowiu. After repoeatedi attempts, he oicceedel in obtilning a" seat: in thiro Aseombly.. and thiln bebaimo At?irnb?.oi?yir1 it, i Mr. 0 S?,Na,,assy ecound Administration. Ho brought discredit ll the Government tihruglh haviug,,iu cono juqotipn with another Minister. of the Crown, M ,IIevae Mi.Liea, hllaunoied, by. a very questlonable rprooaaes , a loan and' in?sancCo comiany, aind their first trais?nation?...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

TO TiE EDITuol OF TIIC OIPP.LA.'D 0ltII. ULleIt S it.-Iau thisi c 000onunniu ) tiilon toI youo I plac, the ?-loualen lix 'sr, instead of la.t, oheig at the a:tliliool itntead ol .I old I elandl. It is as fl llow, oind cli-I sists of two parts, viz : A. Dr. Mackay was brought staggering into tho House-.a broken rib, we believe, ows the malady he labored under. 13. In Mr. Cathic and Dr .Mackay extromas nay be said to meet. Tho?e gentlemnen, it is well known, hold widely dilftreot views on at le.to' otie subject, but b Ith hive s Toered a miSnihaI of a similer nature, ealoh hiving had the misfortone to break a rib. The one fell from a gig, the other into the gutter. A nold II are extlrects. front. this day's Agqe... A fra'l its lealing article Ii froml its oneiw of the day Yo0ur taste nail fidelity as a Ipulic j3oreolist mly perhaps prevent yaiir iis0rtingt i'o tlhe intl;u th OlplOrter of ? ort'l Goippslaolo thlse preeios e'xtracts., illt.cosiadlering tlitat ,it jll'ristlll:i s titunes...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gippsland Times. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1861. EXCELSIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1861. EXCELSIi)R. W h-iave "endcavoured in tIis, oti first publication fir 1802, to make alterations in size and distribution of matter, which, we believe. will be more c ,nducive to the general interests of the districte than the publications-tli.he past year. We still ssuroe our ireulers of our stedfast ness in the missionai?e have undertak!icn, and will aostinoeorit' owu?rlrd-cunrse in the cates cnf trtt literty, win hilet.I it gives ?tsiial .rtglts to all,- can- only exist amuid-t a people obedient to the laws both of Gol and mati. We have ad .pted, frr a motto; the imperishable word, ." Excelsior,' with the full belief that whilst the worlil is moving onward we most not lag lbehind. that as Gippshind aidvatices, we, a mere spot on its fair bosomi, must advance too, and with our motto on the banner we will- be coerced t'nmake omoreim provements, unttil Viictorir= shall find our district and ourselves second to none other in the colonyv Tlhe Tinids will still l...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 January 1862

ANY person, knowing the where-   abouts of Edward Downard, of London, who came to Australia about fourteen years ago, will confer a favor by sending his address to his affec-   ionate brother, Henry Robert Downard, Royal Charter Hotel, Melbourne.   1 jy3, 10. A MARRIED MAN, from Scot- land, and just Three Weeks in the Colony, wishes engagement. He is thoroughly competent to do any work on or about a Farm. For testimonials, Etc.. enquire of the officer in charge of Immigration Depot, Palmerston. Presbyterian Church, Sale. The Congregation usually assembling   in the above place of Worship are   informed that, in consequence of a   serious accident to the Rev. Mr Login, the usual services must be interrupted, but that Public Worship will be con- ducted by several Laymen of the Con- gregation, at the usual hour of meeting, until a ministerial supply can be ob- tained. THOSE favorable and willing to join or ot...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Rules and Regulations [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

Rules and Regulations. The Sale Turf Club Rules and regulations will be strictly adhered to : No person will be allowed to enter or run a horse unless he is a subscriber to the Race Fund of at least 31. 3s., and no hore will be allowed to run unless he is the bona ide pro. property of a subscriber to the Race Fund of at least 31. 3s. If of a member of the Turf Club, II. will be sufficient. For the Scurry, and other Post entry races, a subscription of If. will bd re4irsif . No entries will be received, unlcss on the distinct understanding that all disputes, cluaims, objections of whatever nature will be decided by the stewards, whose decision shall be final. No horse entitled to the stakes, although a winner, that has been shod or plated by a blacksmith, who is not a subscriber of at least 21. 4., post cutry horses excepted. The general entries for the above races will take place at the Club Hotel, Sale, on the evening of Monday, the 17th February next, before a p.m. All entries to b...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Rules [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

Rules. XIX.-That no lhargr shall be umale to comlpetitors or exhibitors at any exhibitions of the Sociuty, but every com~etitor shall, if reluired, pruro to tile satisfaction of tile t'm.lunitter, that, the article or subjc?t for {wardlcd by him for caompetition for a prize ha; been in hia po~-e.oion for six imontlh next prccetling-the chow; failing in which he will nut be allowed to compete ill reapect of sauch article or subject. XX.--'rhat no prize will be awarded to any compltitor for any fruit or vegetable not grown by himuelf, nor for any flower or shrub (except nlw or rare plantal which ah.ll nut bave bure il his passu:.iouu for two months ,:ir toeil .ai xh ition. CII.\I LE It. e1IJ.ALLD, !Iha. icc.

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CROOKED RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

CROOKPD IVEIL. Mr. Percival Lord i., authoribed to receive Subertpti.,us and Acxouut. duo to the Gip14 laud Thiro. He Will also b eupplied by eere trail with copice for sale.

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Regulations to be observed by Exhibitors. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

Regulations to be observed by Exhibitors. 1.-All articles or subjects intended for competition or exhibition must be delivered at the building in which the exhibition is to be held before 10 a.m. of the day of exhibition, and be placed i ? their position therein before 11 a m. 2.-The Judges will, at 11 a.m., pro ceed to examine the merits of the several articles exhibited for competition, and to award prizes; and their decision shall at all times be final. 3.-Exhibitors will have free access to the building, with such assistants as they may require, until 10 a.m. No person nill be allowed to remain in the exhibition building between the hours of 11 and 12 a m., excepting the judges and the non-competing members of the committee of management. " 4.-Exhibitors to deliver to the Se cretary a list of the articles to be ex hibited, and distinctly label all plants with their scientific names, and, in the case of new and rare plants, with the name of the place of which they are natives, or...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

NORTII GIPPLt\ND AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY'S SECOND ANSUAL EXHIBITION. Tuesday, ISth February, Class A. S hORSES. 1 Blood Stallion, Ist prize £5 5 0 2 Do do. 2nddo 3 3 0 3 Do Mare, 1st prize 3 3 0 4 Do do, 2nd do 1 10 0 5 Draught Stallion, 1st prize 5 5 0 6 Do do, 2nd do 3 3 0 7 Do- Mare, 1st prize 3 3 0 8 Do do. 2nddo 1 10 0 9 2vr. Drght. Colt, 1stprize2 2 0 10 Do do, 2nddo 1 1 0 11 Yearling Draught Colt, let prize . . . 2 0 12 Do do, 2nd dol 1 0 13 2yr. Drght. Filly,lstprize 2 2 0 14 Do do, 2ud do 1 1 0 15 Yearling Draught Filly, 1st prize . 2 2 0 16 Do do. 2nd do 1 0 17 Draught Mare and Foal, 1st pri . . 2 2 0 18 Do do 2"nddo 1 1 0 1S.t Bestweightearring.lackr3 3 0 Class ý. CATrLE. 19 Best Ball 5 5 0 20 Do Colonial Hereford 3 3 0 21 Do do Durham 3 3 0 22 Do - do Devon 3 3 0 23 Do Cow ofany Breed 3 3 0 24 Do Colonial Hereford 2 2 0 25 Do do Durham 2 2 0 26 Do do Devon 2 2 0 27 Do do 2 yr. old Hereford Bull 1 1 0 28 Do do do Durham Bull 1 1 0 29 Do do do Devon do 1 1 ...

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SALE MECHANICS INSTITUTE FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. Sums already received £104 15 6 Mr. W. T. Dawson ... 5 0 0 ,, W. Montgomery ... 2 10 0 W. E. Bryson ... 11 0 S. Christensen ... 1 0 Messrs. D. i'Cole and Co. I 1 0 "The Gipps!and Times " 3 0 0 Messrs. Blair and Haves 0 10 0 Mr. G. Ferguson ... 0 10 6 ,, Sprodd ... 0 10 0 Messrs. Feely, Muir, and Ricketts, each 5s. ... 0 15 0 £120 1l 0

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POST OFFICE, SALE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

PtST OYF1c~E SA.LE =.=aSE u ;ý L w~~5t z l T,ýstr.=r ý n n » n 1's i e;D : ýa a M Hol lH~r ALuZ os: - n , lL7.zE;' 4 + ~ n n ~ Poorz .41zsn n ~ thE!j (ri,-! Ck f Lotr'tZ T=· &ttri'x~j~ --1 JOHN' D. LEES , Poea w: ls S E., Dee .5L

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

.I..yý ý. __L^ : ý - IC -«v :-'e. ".!' i__ '3L =r%_at J . CC- 2L, Sto 1- - r-. iu-. er.[ Ez J 1-jl %E. " i riLLý gip': 33 S fG;

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

CORRESPO.VDE.VCE. 1Wo .L? not hold ourselves ;rponsitle for the opiniosi of our corrotpollndet.ll? It is porticularly requested that letters ~cr the T'nr?ea way he addressed to the Ea Lrol? onlly ('ithott cnentionctg any onctce), ins older to prevent cofulsion. All commnunicntions i;tekided for insertion, must be authenticated by the nmloe and, address of the write'--not nccessarily for publication, biltta a guAraltee of good taith. We cannot underitako to retulrn rejectedlbool. munications.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

TO Till?, EDITOR OF THIE GIPPSLA:D TIoeS. Sli?,-It is at all times gratifying to the public and commendable in. the police when .thpl. lntter discharge their duties with rcequtiite watchfulness hiid'activity. There' are, nevertheless, such things as excess of, ztel, even in inatters right in tio abstraet, and assumptiin of authority where it dces not legitimately exist.. To the codmmission of these errors the'police, like all other mortals, are liable, andt it imay also happen that they even fidl short in that which it is their duty to attedl to. . . Now, as thesd accidents to otir police have recently occurred here, I crave a little space in our local paper to speak of them in the hope of their being avoided int future. '.. lest, ,Olbtoxtotr Zeal.'rThe law scays tlhnt peolio cannot camnp upon Crown lands, without rjsnk of interfl'erenc b the lilice, except they pay a licence tb that iitoent. It is, doubtless, quite rilht to ihsiit`'o the obseivance of this law whoieo, friix 'nutisb...

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WRECK OF THE OSCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

SWIRciUK OF THE OSCAR. This vessel sailed from" Iobson's Bay ojn the 5th of D.ecember withOi:3 passengersi calling in at thp'ow River. to obtafix a. pilot. The weather was brigli' and clear, and the .sea calm. It was aboit noons and there was a high sjimdiig tide." Ai slihc'r6ued the bar, she steamed, by Captidit Stewart's diiections, at halfl.peed. When inside, her cursoe was in a line witli the obelisks orh beacons erected to' shio hliowe to st'e clear of' theppit- sand her engines .were. ~opped to allOw vthe 'pilot to' boards Theipilot (Mt. .?l'idgiart) his 'been in charge of the station about a month, and was previously a st'rnnper lie was asked by the captain if he was quite sure of the channell He replied in the a'llihmitiveo qrde'red the helm to be put to starboard, aud' gave the word forfull speed:: A few minutes aftyr, tlie Oscar-which was then going cldve,, or twelve miles an hour,: 'irovo hard on to the spit. She gave a list over after.tho first col cussion, which caused ...

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DISCOVERY OF THE RETREAT OF ANCIENT IRISH KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

DISCOVERY COF TIItS RETRE T OP ANCIENT IRISII KINGS. ]nTraLINABLOE, Sir. 13.-In the month of Jity list I sent 'youa the par tictilai's of'somne ancient riegl orna ments, .W'hihcli id beed found by a countrymana,.and purhacied from him by Mles'srs.lynes of this town. The notice I then wrote attracted g'eneral atteiitioix th'roughout the cont'ry, and several parties 'expressed an anxiety to ob'tin tlie oi'iTenieii'ts, nhicli were of pure gold, and consisted of a crown and collar. " An initimation *is even sent through ,the nauthorities- under the regulations of Treasure Trove, d? mandfing the ornament9,' of course at taheii? pioper value. ' They have since been?publly exhilbited .in the collection of :tle: Dublin Socibty, and muich admired by, those who relish antiqua ris i researches. The' Messrs. Ilynes offered the countryman a handsome douceur, if'he would point out where he foinad the relies, but this the wily native knowingly declined to do, no doubt expecting other articles of v...

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