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TUESDAY, 7TH JANUARY Before the Resident Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

TUESDAY, 7TH JANUARY,   Before the Resident Magistrate, MALONY V.   An adjourned case under the small debts act. Verdict for amount claimed, with 10s.   costs. BLACKBURN V. ROWLEY.   Illegal detention of property, viz.,   one mare and one colt.     Defendant said he had no objection to the delivery of the property, provided   agistment was paid. The Bench ordered the mare and foal to be delivered subject to the usual charges for paddockage.   AGABUS BARDIN V. SMITH. Clail!i of £2 c.age. Dcefdndant did not nappear. Verdict for fall amount, with Dc. Gd. costs. R. T. FIREBRACE V. DALEY.   Cullphlint of geoural disobcedienile under the Master and Servants' Act. The Bench cancelled the agreement,. but ordered 'wages to be paid upIj to t's diat, lces Is. Gd. costs. TAYLOR V. OAKLEY,   No aplpteiince.i Case disised. ..

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

POSEDALE P(ST-oYF7ICa From Sole. Port fbibor, o ' ' Tsr arr e Tue .ar, Fri3.oy, and Sundo, `_ ocl ,-: p.m. UFrom Metbo~rte :--Thjdb, FaIiio, and Sunda;, at 7 o'!clck p.n. MILL- Cl.O!EL For Melbourne :-Tn ooday, Friiay, and Sunday, 2 o'ckIz p.m. For Sile, Port Alkbrt. and Tararille &tomrday, W'ednc~dy, anId Frido, aS o toor p.m. Y.L.--Yo otsmpa 0o'"I or jell-ore- &rltrerel 0,1 SULUE Pya.r HE~flY LUK;E, rcoawla-tr.

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The Gippsland Times "EXCELSIOR" WHY FARMING DOES NOT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

" EXCELL ORI .? FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1Sl1. W?iY FAR3MING DOES' NOT PA Y. F.nM?sc does not pay !-it never can pay !-it never will pay in'Australia ! Such are the denunciations we hear sgainst agriculture, as an employment, alhmost every hour. Such the disc,, courageanat to tho,- men whose educa tion and onpital find no room for us:ful investment at home. Such the oft r.lpeatcd as.lert"u of ior r I:unse ray ne-cmýers-re sa-da rr Tr. i= '^ an~-. : --. .' - erT:.-wna a~s- -i - a..ea ca-e o i ar. G'.i'-y, -a- "e remem ~ enfi p-'- ==- - L -ot t --i m l re : -- .- to ;3 ,, any s - e_ :-.- . T- isf zu- ·aa- d:: :-- u-a=. v ' r=-.._z, te a~-Xr a- "'r- -. e'--v e ab t -- w= -t o by-zte-by, Me aoly '.-.,li:er.n -he:: fro-a er~ -eJ--a to afve t.cg.,xts - I s= f.-n thui .?aentv, sare. Bu -r. i e: eB-ki- e.a -- z a. grow, p ethorIc, his harvar.- get ] d prti:,n to hia cai,-,ife-.io r t raa ous ] h fr.i-t. Tseary -t : ax-=di ceredde- o e n d=?l of ln vbrer for fdvi er of wages. r Bf t there are oil...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

LOr AL I.YIELLIGEotC The tira omach of the reaping machines which wax adlerthed to cwme oed:t Saturay, did not attract that amount of attention which it was expe'ted. It in easy to arccunt for this app?rent apathy when we recoetlct that all the ;armers are more or !,0s bast juct now cutting their crops and that a daybe absence may never e reoovered. The ;-carLainty of the weatheI durn i; hare,: in Gippstand nmkes peope very. char2 of iwas?ing time, aod it was a nm:ter no e?rpr ie to us to fiEd only two machises on the gro-nd, and of which two one was of' totally differeit conastrc?cia to the other One of thece machine was the Adelaide Atrl per and thraeh-r, and which Lh.s eridently I eeUconside: able sn.-f.ictien durinz the shor thine it les toeen a: wor: in thin d&_tri'. Thee :i:Ltfries are now i?'ceustant t:. in South Aus -ralia, and are much prired, not only or their l:ihtnes, but aleo for their de-patoh in houlinrg groin, without the expens anj tru3ble o: c etiug etmrw. ...

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THE AGRICULTURAL CONDITION CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

ITiE AGRICrLTE1 UL CONDITI0S (Frotn the rLAs u Farmeis IadL. Tnrnz is one admint - ai laist hi ' extended geraphiciI mi0~ythst iir outlpin. Pais will alwssi be distdrbe0 c uis, elmenn or Pt mahich mac ineflue e! thers. fl nosy with some ,par of lii Repubic. The Pm o States of the from their dsltanre, whatez oay. eenepthis, arm ahut oat i2n a ' from any' idantancltioa with. CC? participtuon in, the &-1t 11.3w &-'reriun the :.Ž ihrc aý 'Ie?l o mixed. popildtieon:,of California in, I " however. scarcely Amorican in' its character; for in that state are congreogted, more than d in any other, mn of all itatious, and especially b Europeans and and Asiatics. The greed for l gold has beeoon the attraction- that has drawn th6m'there, and has, nottled a population in t .California, including the eastern alopeof the Sierra Nevada, of about 700,000 souls, besides v Indians, nearly all acquired, within twelve year. But the i .onoto of .go.ld i iging palls, esplcially with the lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

STOCK FOR SALE. 1 2 00 STORE WETiERS, from 2 to 5 years old, in good ondition and perfectly sound. 150 Head of STORE COWS, from 3 to 5 years old, free from disease and quiet. Apply to ALLAN M3'LEAN, Glenalladale, Sale. Tanuary 8, 1562. jan 3 L PACK and Saddle Horses.-A few well-broken in, for sale, by RICHARD BENNISON, Myrtle Downs. T TANTED, Horses and Tip Drays V at Stratford. C. F. COX, Contractor, Stratford. W ANTED, a Waiter and a Sian as Boots. Apply at the Royal Exchange. - R. DUNCAN- CLARK, begs to . inform owners of horses that he has now procured the assistance of an dxperienced' driver who. is prepared to put young 'cattle into his break, andI can most confidently assert their being carefully attended to. Terms can be known on application at the bar of the Royal Exchange Hotel, ONEY to be advanced on Freehold . Property £400 £200 £150 Apply to F. WEBB. Solicitor, Sale. 2~th December, 1861. MELBOURNE Fire Insurance Company. Head Offices.-26 Collins-street west Melbourne Jo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

SAL'I 1hECHiANCS' INSTITUTE. The Annual lfeeting : OF the I EMIDERS of the above will be held in the COURT-HIOUSE, on FIJDAY EIvening, 241t1 iust, ant Eight o'clock punctual. Those who intend bccomting Mem S·l[ A' NNUAT, G N: E RA AL M[EETING of" the NORTI. GIPPSLrANI' A'GRICU[LTURl L and. 11lORTICULTUTAL SOCIETY will .be held.dn. Tuesday, 4Ith February, at Pour o'clock, at the E':change I-Hote!, to elect ofice-bearers, audit aeconutls, etc, when a full attendance of Mcmbors is requested. CIIAS. R. SIBBALI), 1 oli,. Sec. Sale, 7th January, 1S02. Preabyteriaif Cliurch, Sale. , C I d iog ni u~tioinsiulll ssedinhliitg T in the tlh:b),e' ple 'Xf:\' di ship are infirmed that, in conseqiitence of a t seriou, aeciilleut to the 11ev. nlr. Login, r the u-al cervices tmust be? interrupted, butt thaltPublic;:Vorshtip will be con s ducted by several Laymen of the Coui -gregatiou, al tIhe usua?l hour of tmetiug, t until a minlistcrial utpply can be oh I taiucd. ` Vresyterlan Church, Sale. F lIIE...

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

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Sir—It may be very interesting for an uninterested looker-on to see a fel- low on horseback, swaying first to one side and then to another, like a ship in a storm; preparatory to his making a somersault and kissing old mother earth, but I assure you it is a very un- interesting event for the party most interested to see the earth rising to meet him, and to feel his head rebound   like an indiarubber ball, his eyes cast fire like a pair of lucifer matches—and on getting to his feet, see his steed to the bush "Flying frantic   and far," kickup up a dust be-   hind as if half-a-dozen bush fires were at his tail. Let them "laught at   scares who never felt a wound," Mr Editor, but I had the misfortune the other day to receive such " striking " proof of the disagreeables attending a fall from a horse that i can safely   affirm it is no laughing matter, and, therefore, take the trouble t...

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MELBOURNE NEWS THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

MEllBOURtNE' RIVS., THE ALL-ENGLAND' ELEVEN. The overvictorious Eleven Ihaveoagin shewed their pro*Cless in Victoria, and the result of, this meatch Wvill' prove to inur young colonists that as yet they are unable to compete, as cricketers, with the mother country.. Ev"erybody -wvho' has had experience in Austrialia moust know sometliiig.of'colo~iial[bounce: .lobart Tonwl natives''think, that Stirmn Bay or the Dervine receives mioreship piing than the Downs oi': the Thtlui-es, iriul ylnlg, Mtelboturoites deemi Livelpool r Glistow na viyllages. com'pared to the Victorian capital. i o it is with their horso racing and tbaliiti elottiil menu tactures, and so it was with their cricket 'jittil.taught the Jhtllacy of their hounce We are quite awnoai' .tilat the Victorila playersare quito equal to many clubs 'in tho north oft nglntd, but that they are in any' waey approaching thon men of 'KentSurr, or ~Iussex, is as thorqughly iidiculous:aa that tho,Derwent contaias .s nuch ielinppiti g'as...

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

fISCE1,L.i.VEOUS. SThe total viiltao or the ?iunim"i:fii ut on1 all the-diggings of Vidt?uria is caliu lated At £1,988,722, and is 10el)resented by 823 steanm erfgines, averaging -15 horse power ealch, 3,073 pulddlipg machine 75 whinies 75 winis and pulleys, 1ti 4 whips, 17 house,.piumps, 183 allices ann toms, 121 water ?4hiels, and 19 hydraulic 'hose,, an liediý in 'qHnrtza nihing. Ig n qu?artz miniuig," thire' are 4510 atoeu engines, averaging' 1S horso power each, 2.1 water wheeols, t ? crulshil?,.:./iinlchini, 270 whims ahid pulleys, besides horse puIips, derricks, ald whips. The rush to Now Zealand is begin ning to be prejldiciallyV 'eli: 'ast tho eastern gold. fieds. It ia stiltetl that, itt leisn. 15,000 minors hav le ft Vic toria during lio:lhist tltr.ee months, and thero is every probability p9f,the rush coltinuing durinug the fiie dietlther. Winter, however, iill Lull i tale, pid weo miiy expect thosi who 'enn.clr:rk lheir 'way back, doing so during that sea5OU. An inquiry...

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POLICE NEWS SALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

POLICE NEWS. SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 6TH JANUARY, 1862. Before R. T. Firebrace, Esq , and the Resident Magistrate. William Bartlett was brought up, charged with illegally entering the dwelling of one Charles Lawrence, at Stratford, and stealing therefrom one gold snake ring, and two silver watches, the property of the latter. Mr. Webb, solicitor, appeared on behalf of the prosecutor, and Mr. Atkin son for the defence.   Sarah Anne Lawrence deposed that she   was wife of the prosecutor, that her husband was absent on January 1, and that on that day, between the hours of one and two . p.m., she left her house, and went to see at Mr. Humfries, who lived adjacent. Mr. Humfries' house was in sight of her own, and whilst standing at the door witness saw prisoner come from behind the house. He was running at the time, and his actions excited her suspicions, and she immedi ately returned to the house, where she found that three slabs had been removed from the hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 January 1862

TEII TOL:! IELBOURNE. IEIE fine screw steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert soon aftert rival. ?r?es will le,carriedl to o; froeazo're N Gold, for shiiet, must ' be ente.ed the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing.: .... For freight or passhge apply to EINBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., harf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when ded. All goods discharged, if not, oved from the wharf before 4'o'clock ., will be stored at consignee';risk d expense. a c TEAERT TO THE M ITCHELL AND TAIIBO. HIE steamer ENTERPRISE,: Alfred Morrisby Commander, will leave La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday rning, .at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the e FARES: abin Passengers .. £1 10s. teerage .. . £1 Is. (Including refreshlmnents.) .FREIGHT Thirty Shillings (30s.) per ton. payable on delivery, Parcels; 2s. tid. McA(RDELL & RAPHAEL., NOTICE.. SESSRS. .DREVERM A NN; CA-IMERON & CO.- being ap nied agents at Bairnsdale for. the ve Steniaer, 'ill. take delivery of, payment for, al...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. 1~ dtb not hold ourselves rhponsible for thC bpidious of f dur corrc?pondents. It is partidularly requested that letters for the Tires may l? addressed to the EDtron only (without mentiouiig ally itaim), inl order to prevcot ,c1nfusion. All comiuniccr ations ifitetided for i'isertion nmllt bh authentlctatOd by the nme anid address of the writer-not iieceesarily for • publication, butms a gtuarmitce of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rojecthid comr. lmunicatiols.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

TO TOE EDITOR OF TIIB OIPPSLA\D T?? IES. Sin,-It must soon come to this, if it has not come to it already-at least in Nortli Gllipsland-that a man:innst live by his profession or. calling, what ever that may be. If' ho is an editor,'a lawyer, or a doctor, he'must study hard and wvork hbrder to keep himnself ilp to: the time :of day. If he is a grocer or a. draper, f~lmer, or-artisan, he must lay his whole mind to-his particular branch of ?rlido or occup.tion before he can have the sha.low of a chance of any thing like success. This fact is daily staring us in the face, and stamping. itself as a truism to our children ; but " Censorious" in last Guardian seems to cohtend for ait eiception to this common lot of inortals in Gi;ppslannd. With all duo difference to " Censorious," I beg to differ from him. , A 'minister" o'f the 'Gospel should be.a minister of the Gospel nhd nothiiig 'else. If lie cannot live by the Altar, let him stick to his farm, and his pigs, and all the etceteras, an...

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ROSEDALE POST-OFFICE. MAILS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

R*OSEDALl POST-OFFICE. SMAILS DUE. From Salo, Port Albert, and Tarravillo:- Tuesday, Fljday, and Sunday, at 2 o'clock p.m.. From Melbournq :-.Weduesday, Friday, and Sunday, at. o'clock p.m. M.A.LS CLOSE. For Molbourno :-Tusdauy, Friday, and Sunday, 2 o'clock p.m. For 'Sil,' Port Albert, and Tarravillo: Satuvday, Wcedaosday, and Friday, at 8 o'clock J.-Ndo stamps sold or lottora dellvorod on Sid I NRY LUK . Ptaster.,' HiENRY LUKE, PoAftsnaaer. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

CROOKED RIVER 11 [r. Percival. Lloyd is nutlhoriSd to receivo RubscriptioRs aiid Accounts duo to thie ipps. land Times.. } o .will also ho. supplicd bIy every olail with copies for sale.

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RUMOURED DECLARATION OF WAR BETWEEN ENGLAND & AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

RUMOURED DECLARATION OF' WAR ENGLAND &, AME'RICA. By the Indian telegrapll we are in possession of some extraordinary freaks of brother Jonathan, and such as may lead to very serious conseqeences. After the mail steamer left New York she was boarded: on' the high seas by anFderal ship of war, and two Southern Cor?imis sioners, iho were passengers, hrrested enda. tna~in back to A.lnrien. England, as. a nation, is outrageous nat the inisult, aiin a declaration of war was rumonlred whlln the latest telegram was dirpatcheld. It is quite evident that Americamunst eitlier nii?e n i all bmpa noloigyo r o tr frigates will soon make short work with the Amnerican cruisera, whichi. re now watching the Engliiah Channel.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

TO OUR SUBSCRIBESY. The .Subscriptions for 1S62 are now Due, and an early remittance is requostcd.

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AS IT IS TREATED IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AS IT IS TREATED IN SOUTHi AFRICA. Mr. P. L. Cloeto, father of Com Imissiouer Cloeto (for the Southern gold-field); lias add·escd the following remarks to the S. J . Herald : '1 Paviig repeatedly seefrt. n theo Australian papers. the ravages, 'that scourge amongst 'attle, the pleuro pneumonid, lins been, and still is com mittifig; mid having also soeen a rbpoi;t in the Melbournie ipaprs, wherein it is stated that the diseaise has baffllled all attempts to cure, I will not allow any further timeo to elapse witholit com mipnieating totlihe stockholders of your 'colbny. the pryfeii/d successlul cure we lit'ib cdiscolered in this colony for tlat dieadfnul disease ; and' although I do not.,claim to be the first discoverer 6f it,. still I was, I believe, Ihe .first who tried it and proved its eflicacy. Tihe cure is' simnily by innoculating every head of cattle oni the farm 'vith the idiseased lung of the first animal thiit' :has 'either died olf t, .'oi '(h;aving evidentl...

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