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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.-January 0. ieers, s, 114 tons, J. Patrick, from EMel. bourne. Turubull, Howden, and Co., gents. rSqonrs.-January 9. Keera, from Melbourne: 20 cases geneva, 2 hbds whisky, 1 hhd rum, '14 lhda ale, 8 boxes tobacco, 14 mats, and 13 bags sugar; 14 pkgs tea, 1 qr.cask rum, and suodry free goods. ExronaT.-Jannary 7. Eclipse, for Hobart Town: SO head cattle. January 10. Keerm, for.Melbourne : 24 oz gold dust. Gleoncoe, r Hobart Town. CLEARnD ou't.-January 7. Eclipse, for Hobert Town. January 10. Keern, for Melbouno. _ Glencoe, for Hobart Towr. ssILED.-JRuusry S. felen S. Page, 217 tons, T. Spring, for HIo bart Town. Eclipse, 1S0 tons, J. Calder, for Hobart Toiwn. TJ sanuary 10. Keer, 114 tons. S. Patrick, for Molbou. r. Jaunary 13. Glencoe, 159 tons,.T. iLang, for Hobart S'osin. Passengers-dabin%: Mras-Fiher and 2 children, Miss Fisher, Mrs. M'Dougall. '

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POST-OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

POST OFFICE, SALE. STABLE OF THE ARlVA'T AND DEPARTUIR OP INLAND UAILS, 1862. anls nrrire atl On H our thisOffice from' . ' MIr.nonnsl Mon. Thur. & Sat. . 9 am ROSEDALE 1 l> DANDENOSNGa i Maila close a 'On , r this Ofi.co for . RosiAIr" ' ' . ' " DANDENONGQ J ,, . , | | TAInRAVILLE ,, ,, , , roRTALEnnT I" STRATFo Miondays & Thursdays p.m. LUCKNOW 1 . " . , ' ON~o JOH1N D. LEESO, " I . Postmaster. Pot O cl e Sale Dec. 5, 1O61. thia Offico for floor 1rsrounsE. Toeo. &E F. 11.30 Sat.,S p.m. ROSSDALE' » i ll " DAHN OS » o , l, , i ll l. ALBEUTON „ l ) l ScTiOIroiu Mondnoy & Thurodayo 7 p.m. JOHN D. LTSESON, Postluoatcr. Poat Office, Sple, Dec. 5, 1SG1.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

COI~MERCIAL. SIELBOtIrFE MARKETS. Crons AND FLocn.-Our Melbourne markot reports shew that best flour has again reached L15, with an upward tendency, and a pro spective demand for England and France. Thelatter country, it is said, shews a defioiency, on its last harvest, of fully one-third of its crop, and the estimated requirements of the two couitries is stated by the Murk Lase Express as being over sixteen millions of quarters. With such markets open to them We may expect shipments entirely to cease from California, and it will only be higher prices which.can induce Adelaide to continue her shipments. The cost of sending grain direct from South Australia to London or Havre is a mere trifle more than sending to IMelbourne, whilst comnmission charges, rent &c, are not qutite one.half. A margin of fully 3s. per bushel, which now exists, it is expected will fully pay for risk and insurance, and in. duce large, shipments to the old country. Our last advices from England showed ...

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CROOKED RIVER. 10th January, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 10th January, 1862. I am sorry that I have to comimence thie week's letter by again complaining. of the non-arrival, per this mail, of the usual number of The Gippsland Times. Several subscribers have complained to me on the matter, but I was unable to give them information where this neg ligence lies. I, however, trust we shall have them regularly for the future. Since Christmas little work has been done on the River, and only now are some of the miners getting steadily to   work again. The claims latterly opened down the river are, on average, paying wages, others have turned out very patchy, and one or two have been altogether abandoned, but, I believe more from the men not having suflicient capital to work them, then from giving them a fairtrial` . Old Good Luck Creek is being re   worked in many places, and some of the parties doing remarkably Well. I have not the least doubt"but a further number of those ol...

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

TO THE EDITORn or THE OIPPSL.D? TirES. Sin,-Tlhe meeting of the members of'the Mechanics' Institute, to be holden at the Cohrt House on the 24th inst., will, I hope, give birth to noew feelings and 'inew energies conncected iwith the lrogre's of thle Institution, and stimulate the old committee to throw off the lont of armour :with which they were so long encased, alike inimreginable to reason and conviction; anrid thuis some real anxiety may 'le generated which wuill upset'all the doings of hole and corner hiietii'dg, and a general spirit of." Westward lio." animate tlhe wlhold society. Whcn I recolect the philanthropic spirit whichl first gave existence to these iustitutions, I .iast. indeed regret that npathy, and selfishness which rdigned suiipreie ailongst the nieneilers at SYle, ind ;ootild call to their miinds the origin iind growth of these great miioderi redgcnbrators, amidst the mantiifnetuiing districts of Enlghitid and Scotland, i where they were firti .esttiblilihed for...

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ENGLISH & FOREIGN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

ENGLISTI & FOREIGN M. EMS. The cabilot at Wnshingon is, of course, do. sirous that the charge of depriving Europoand the world of one of the great necessaries of life should cease to be valid. The immense in. teroet of England, and in a scarcely less dgreeo of France, in the export of cotton from the South cannot but prejlid co the commercial classes of oth countiles against a govoeament which -appears to be the oholn?lo to the world'stinado. : In spite of the effected i~nd:frronco of the Nolthorhera to European oph?ioi on the war tllhe must feol that with the grow ing embarrassmonts of our manu'ao turer and the d'atross of "our, working classes there must be an incrcano of bitterness agahmst themselves, which mliay produce inconvenience and ove ldangot. It is desirable, thereforae, to show that not they, ut 'tlhir' opponents, are the real witholdera of the cotton supply If they can seizo a po , and open it even nominally to the, trade, they i f thereby take away the grounds...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

The Gippsland Times. " EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1861. OUR MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.       Fully five years have rolled by   since the first establishment of a   Mechanic Institute at Sale, and fully   five years of neglect and mismanage-   ment have aided in crushing its na-   tural tendency to progress. Ushered   into the world lke all other Gipps-   land clubs and societies with an a-   most fulsome amount of adulation ??? ??? promises of a future and ??? ??? greatness surpassing in usefulness the ancient academies of Athens, and rivalling in distribution of scientific knowledge the schools of Berlin and Heidelberg. The Sale Mechanics' Institute made its humble debut in a wattle and daub hut, situated at the southern end of York street; its     birth was indeed humble, but its an-   ticipations of f...

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

sir+ MISCELLANEOUS.'-A dly i estern cditor i~vites his friends r at his bleauitiful' retreat." If all everi be in 'battlo, they will u? J? s haltio an opportunity. Wit0 est-country editor asserts that he S, borna gentleman"' Tl'heo; utnmost I izt; . y ordinary peorson-can clait is S was born agoentle-baby. Iv O'Flaherty said, that his ,wife to , city ingrateful, 'fori" wh 1 A d herli she iadn'tý b raig;t tler cod nd now sho's covered with oem\' ¢g" oldier being asked ifi heo. met .l ucli hospitalit;y while,hot was in Sreplied t"Lhat ,hq, was inylho . I nearlyb all the atimeo' he wna ebr`ir en Jemii ia wenit to sclr6oolshe$ r liced whyv'tlo' ibunibaclioelo; niis a r. "Ij edauso,'"sho replied; ":it to r ingular that they don't;iget o °( numbeor of Chineos engaged in spcculatiops in Vctorisa, is tte in alluyial diggidg,8 in quartz Id c3+ýB ~ ~ i When doe' theo farmero a 'n't with great rudeness.. towards his corn? .Whei he pulls its cars. At a tdowirhinetihg.it ,was: recently ! voted" ...

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

STOCK FOR SALE. 1I 00 STORE WETHERS, froin 1200 2 to years old, in good endition and perfectly sound. 150 Head of STORE COWS, from 3 to 5 years old, free from disease and quiet. Apply to .cALLAN 3'LEAN, ,Glenalladale, Sale. January S, 1S62. jan 31 WVANTED, Horses and Tip Drays at Stratford. C. F. COX, Contractor, Stratford. A 1R. DUNCAN CLARK begs to i inform owners of horses that be has now procured the assistance of an experienced driver who is prepared to put young cattle into his break, and can most confidently as-sert their being carefully attended to. Terms can be known on application at the bar of the Royal Exchange Hotel, Sale. THE ANNUAL GENERAJ ME ETING -of the NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICUlifTURAl and HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY will be held on Tuesday, 4th February, at Four o'clock, at_ the Exchange Hotel, to elect office-bearers, audit accounts, etc., when a full attendance of Members is requested. CHAS. R. SIBBALD, RIon Sec. Sale, 7th January, 1862. SALE M ECHANICS' STITUTE. The An...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

LOCAL NEWS.: c Electors mustreomemberthat there il; be noo collectors of voters' names sent rolmd by Go-. vernment this yeari and that all persons qua-t lifted to be placed on the Elooctoral Roll must opply to'the registrar of the distrietand fill p bi the nccesssuy forms to enable them -to xer- d; cise the franchso. Thie present Government p, being, no doubt, anixios to disfranchise as R many of the milling population as they can Ic have es iently attempted by this means to carry their :Co'ws into effect. We trust, how- t1 ever, that the miners, -n'wiirig full well the value of their united voices, and the responsi- a bility which is attached to :cveys indisddeal member of a state, is ill by their active energy Iastrate any attempt to circumscribe the number of electors, and, by the formation of disisions and registration committees, create a more perfect electoral roll for 1862 thah has appeared under the old hireling system. Let them also recollect the words of Sir Robol? Peel, t...

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

NiSURE YOURi FD LINGS ilr . T the Anst'ilasi a iFire .and Lifd, Insurance Company.., J.: D.i LEESON, Agent. FEIfiU .RY 14. VTALE?TINES in endless variety. Strictest Secrecy. ' J. D. :LE ESON, S... ancy :Museum. Presbyterian Chirch, Sald. TITE IREV. 11R. HTAGGENAUR is expected in Sale during the present week, and will in the mean time supply the plaied f the ?lek.. M~? Logiu. Contingently thd usual Servides will be resumed. ' SALE PRIVATE ASSEMBLY: fHE FlRST: ASSEMBLY will take place on FRIDAY, the 24th inst., at 8 o'cloclk p.m. iipronpt;ri ' By order of the Comminitte. £1 RE:WA'RD, D ' L OST.--From l neS lq, a BLACK S MARE with a pRdWN YEI1R LILG -COLT, Mearb, . branded.d . oml near shoulder, MI off shoulder. Colt branded B near shbililelr, F ,(with. half circle under) on oil shouldebr: WILLIAM BARNSLEY, :. Satle'.:". IIEREAS the Bush was Fired:on Sunday laset close to and on the southeirn side of the Tliomson Bridge, rinsd gain in: several 'p!nets yesterday afternoon :on . the Sale...

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

B Rlne scrow steoliship 1KEERA will leave Port Albort- soon after aes will be carried to or from Port Albert at 80s, eachc. ht-GOold,' 2d pero;unce. Par o Ctoms beforo 10- o'clock a.m o day of sailing. i r freight or passage apply to NBULL, ' IIOWDEN, ? CO., rf-street, PortAlbert.;: : ,, 1 goods at consignees' risk.when a. All goods discharged, if not ved from the wharf before 4 o'mcick will: bestored at consignees risk xpenseo. ac AMER TO . THE - . .MITCHELL A. ND TAIBO;,. : ; B steamer'ENTERPRISE, Alfred Morrisby; Commander, will leave a Trobe -Bridge every, Tues'day ag, at 7 o'clock,. sharp, for the FARES:'" ' in Passengers .. . 0llOs. erago .. ' .. • 1 1st (Incliuding rafreshmenis.): . FREIGHT.. hirty Shillings (80s.)'per ton . payable; on dehlivyery, Parcels; 2s. Id.; McARDELL & RAPHAEGl. SBRS. DREVERMANN, CAMERON & CO. being ,ap. d. egents at,. Bairnsdalo. for the 'Steamer, 'will' take l'dlivry' of, yment for, all Ca?go. n a OYAL "1f1A'IL ." MAIL. COACH for BIA...

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POLICE NEWS. SALE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1862. Before the Resident Magistrate. ROBBERY FROM THE PERSON. W. H. CROFT V. H. MACH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 17 January 1862

POLICE NEWS. SALE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1862 Before the Resident Magistrate. ROBBERY FROM THE PERSON. W. H. CROFT V. H. MACE. Prosecutor, sworn, is cook at Heyfield. Was at Sale on the 9th inlt.t Bought two- watches and. a chain on that day. Lost one of the watches on yesterday, the 10th. I was in Mr. Clark's bar and had some nobblers with prisoner. I fell asleep, Was awakened by Mr. Riley or Mr. Clark, who told me that my watch was stolen, and that prisoner had it. A constable-was called in who: took prisonue naw~y. I gave £i lOs., for the W?'atch, with?ut the t:hain -and I never williiigy piirted jpossessioli oft' it to prisoner or any,one else.,, . George Riley, bookkeeper, Royal   Exchange, was in the bar on yesterday afternooi. I saw prisoner and prose cut~i there. Prosecitor shbwecd me a, watv h 'previously;. lie said ,ho had bought:it from Joseph Furnival. Pro seeiitor was iisleep when I cinic in.to the bar. IHe had the chain dangling round his neck...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

TO THE EVrTO1 O1. THE GIPPSLAND TIYMIF. Sln,-Thl Board in Melbourne, in reply to my reiterated solicitation for an inspector to vi:it us to investigate mntters here, " not I1cjlg, in a position to send down an instector," ant,,the local patrons neither answering mily leter of the Ist inst'mt, wherein I ask them to state 1 the cause fotr my di3missal," nor allowing .the. meet itg to be .held (see advertisemrent in Gippslaned Guard Jean of the 3rd instant), l.appeal to you, Sir, to enable 0me, through the mIce.diust of the press, to bring befire. the public the following, and in so doing, I wish to say, that unlike the patrotns; I am pre pared to prove m/y charges whenever they, the patrons, choose to hold a public meeting, for the purpose. They are as follows : That the patrons havs neglected their duties in never visiting the school aod co-operating with the teacher in its mannlgerllellt. That the children of some of them have appeared at school dirty and with torn clothes, whil-t t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

TO THE Eprrtn OF Tuef GEPPSLA D TIMEs. Si,--Being a plain business man, I am not fiond of newspaper correspondence, and had I the will I have not the time. But I am now. forced,, in ..y, ?mn de fence, to protest against the Po?t Albert mails, wh ich are npw forwarde by Rosedalo, being sent ik na Rosedalie bag, and not in scaled bags directed respect ively to Port Albert and Sale. The ppostnaster at, Rosedale is in the Saneo businCes which I am myself, and I do not think it right that he sholld havoe itier(veillanee over imy corre spodencee, anid thereby ascertain, to a considerable extent, my business. Mlind, I do not charge the post master with doing so, knowing well that lie is falr above such prying curiosity, but it is neither right nor just that an opponeut in trade slhoul have tihe opportunity of a thirty six hours exiamuination of omy letters. I am, Sir, A STOREKEEPER. Sale, January 23, 18i2.

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ROSEDALE POST-OFFICE. MAILS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

ROSEDALE POST.OFFICE. MAILS DUE. From Sale, Port Albert, and Tarrille : Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, at 2 o'clock p.m. From Melbourne :--W?edesday, Friday, and Sunday, at 7 o'clock p.m. ?IILS CLOSr For Melbourne:-Tuelay, Friday, and Sunday, 2 o'clock p.m. For Sale, Port Albert. and Tarrarille: Saturday, Wedneesry, and Friday, at 8 o'clock p.m. N.B.-No stanmp s8ld or letters deli-cred on SuHndaE-. HE-NRY LUKE, Postmaster.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

TO CORRESPON UDENTS. WVe are obliged to refu=e insertion to a letter signed by a " Father of a Fatni!y," compl.inini: of the late appointment of a monitor to the National School here. We cannot contceive why .1r. English oho uld be bamled for the acts of Patrons, under whom he holds his own appointment. A corresponldent desires to know on whose information the post otlio actet in altering the late arrangements of the Port Albert and Sale mails. We must refer our currespondent to Mr. Banche, Inspector of post oftices, for the information required. One of our little imps declares that the informant mr?t halve stuck-at the paons asinoruam. An American Federalist is anxious to know how is M[elbouine and Hobhson'a Ity defended. lie continues that we manny expect soon t,, see the stare and stripes floating over Victoria bridge. Surely our Yankee friend forgot that we have eleveu English batsmen in the colony. and though they cannot "lick all cre.atin," they can whip all the Yankees who wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

TOJ OUR S BSCRIDRS. Th-e f-ri5C'i 23; I2 are :.w Due. 1aid " a-ariv rem""'ne' iS re~iuee"e i

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Assembly, on F evening, the Specter announced that Excellency the Governor would attend at Legislative Council, on Tuesday, to grt assent to the Bills which had already the two Houses. A Bill brought in by Mr. Rihe aeord greater facilities for the sale of acl wine was read the first time. air. ceals smove( that me ouse itseff into committee on Tuesday to co0s the following resolution :-" That in orde carry out the purposes of a Bill to the Civil Service, an appropriatioun be out of the Ccnsolidated Revenue to p. for gratuities and allowances, to which of of the Civil Service may be entitledbhcle M-r. Haines then made his financialI ment, reviewing the finatcial position d. country for the last few years. Ile c total deficit in the expenditure for 161; L120,000, and the estimated expenditrn ISt;2 was L3,10l,46, or LS6,95^ lea thsy preceding year. A rather laer er expenim for salaries was proposed in consesquo some alterations having been mad is u sca...

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POST OFFICE SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTMENT OF INLAND MAILS. 1862 [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

POST OITICE, SAL-E YLoZ or aE BSITL -sD lPiAERZrs OF0 PcsEj --z i D "n . TAýAwos is 11 DIF2308rs o = Thor ' S;. 3 OSEDAo.L I; r At.aO~ros , > TAE3A lLL n t Pooari-Ls T STATrroon Iatys- & ThuraT 4 p.m. Lccnsow OerrO ______ MoiLt close ca'. O Hcr this OfQe for ELBOCO Tues. & F.L 11.30 Sat. p.. A.LBEB TO „ n TAREATZ..E „ „ „ n , Poe: ALrnTa , I STAIrrOEn Mododays & Thursdays p.m. Oeoo ,, ,, ,, JOHN D. LEESON, Postm.Pster. Post OSce, Sa!e, Dcc. 5, 1561.

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