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

SALE BY AUCTION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25.. P ACK AND SADDLE IlORSES, Also, Fnenitnre, &c., and a Lot of Sundries. SALE AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. IORSEBREAKING. J. SEWELL, T AVIN G made arrangements is now prepared to receive horses - to be broken in to saddle under his own inspection, when they will meet with every care and attention. No charges made unless satisfaction goen. , MrB.-GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS FREE. FOR SALE, by the undersigned at lowe rates Guaranteed Gippsland Flour. k Damaged \\'heat Prime sample of do IIay, Oats, and Pollard. J. SE\VELL, Auctioneer. PACK AND SADDLE.1HORSES. A few for Sale by Private Contract. J. SEWELL, A uctioneer. WEEKLY AUCTION SALES. t SEWELL .begs to itlhrm the l'Public that le intends holding a Weekly Auction ~sde of General Mer chandise, Boolks, L'urnitg'e, &tc., at his Sale Rooms, ]foster-stre'et: Parties dlsironus of dispasing of any description of Iroperty will litl this a ready way of realicing its marketable valu...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

CR. RESPONDEN . Weo do.not hold oursoh'oa r.sponoiblo for tho opinions of our corrospoplnnts. . It is pnrticularlq reqhcated that kttera for the TinteJ maI bU h ddrossed to.tho ErIrowooly (Without mentioting any Intou), in order to ,preooutpConfusion.: All ,co'oiniiotltiiins iiltonded 'for insertion tnout bo authenticated, by tho nme uo nd. nddross of the writer-not necessarily for 'publication, but as aguauanteo of good faith. We cannot ulndcrtako to roturn rejected cont Inulnicatioi?. TO TO Tr: TDITO orF Toe oIr1r:rW TUZE(. " And who with pious.hand ohall 'baying .Tho floweors sh chorished-soow-drops cold Andl violets that unhooddt spi'lng' To,scatter o'er hor.hallowed mold." Sir,-On yesterday-hoin?onltbbath day, and having no serviceo (`not t very uitnusatl occurrence) in our little church -I sotrolled towards the burial grouini, believing that the contemplation of 1 man's last resting-place tends to chasten I the mind and elevate our human na turn above the scenes and strifes of...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUMOUR OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

ilTMQUR OF WAR. A wiSn th i r. woud have m::.e it.f:e:ca tn--:re f ?:r-:r''a than on any otherof the Br:-ish " :-i .: To whant that i n?eice :eo' 1 e , i- me. alone can densr.'ate, b:: i:s hi.:-iz:e ;, -.ff?ts -c uld be i, :;.e vc-:-, Li. ; _. . .. -ree p.jukido. Ainbria:- -e nursenry f pr:ivatr~ .,i t- . i"::. and :her e .ieem_ .- p _--_c c:-acter : nected hth the :.:. :a_.:_.. ,4 t'=: e: tinent which ?-re a shtae s- rmr:L freo.nm t tu the cIl:A: - f !:Ae2 ?- i r -:rs wh!h will ev?:r - e :t: ` - a t. cr?sus enemy.t, n :y mv i with aw,.', :hey imay be a: wa-. Thi-e cx te.ve seab?ard of the ur:hr?. co-.:ni_ " send forth sue h: i e: , - .i!a cra^::..v . ers . mar, e, to.. like a - :..- - mos-tacs, they %1:l bI: ,me tr-,l-_">,m if hot dangerwus. * p :oduce mahmis chief t;o ur mercha::t marine. I3oids:.d the fal-jous weadth of same of our cities ri i_ themm ahisct, s canm ing our water-, arnoyviun our traders, a:,l now and than makia-g a rich haul ftfr-n some of our gold .hips. The e...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

A DVANCE: G IPPSLAND GOLDFIELDS:, TO DIGGERS. CALL eat 3'GHEE'S, who Ias for sale: Shovels, long and D handled Spades, Collin': picks, sluicing forks. billys, tin plates, quart and pint pozs, frying pans, buckets, tents, gold dishes, cold scales and weights. magnets, pocket compasses, &c. (Oppofs: Prmi»-.a, Csrr, )) Raymond Street. Sale. SAVE YOUR RA.IN WATER: S M ' G HEE can snpply . HaBlf round and 0 G Spouting Waterheads, 2 2A and 3 inch Downpiping, 2 24 and 3 inch Shoes, 2 2j and 3 inch Angles, brackets, tubes, screws, and globe nails Solder and soldering irons, to make watertight if required 12 or 14 inch ridging Raymond-street, Sale, (Oppy"sL, Prety'friau Caurdi.) AT M'GEE.E'S. A HOST OF SUNDRIES. NCL7UDING fire irons, Ameri can axes, tomahawks, kettles, saucepans, ovens, boilers, tubs, sod irons, bellows, gridirons, amer and hair brooms, tea and coffee p.-ts, candlesticks. tea trays, baking dishes, milk dishes, 1=tter prints, dust pans, banister crushes, plasterers', ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY, 24, [?]. A LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

CT C ippa'an lt 3 imts. FRIDAY, JA.L-UARY °i, 1-'!. A LEADER. W.ATING for the leader, Sir.-Aye! -there is that imp of darkness again at the door of our sanctum sane torum" calling for the leader.--We are not informed as to who was the unlucky wight who first intro duced the fashion of writing leaders, but we wish him no heavier panish Sment than bbing placed as cnductor of a periodical in a solitary village without a stirrin: incident to awaken public curiosity or rouse the latent fire which has nearly ceased to burn in the breast of " our Editor." Nevertheless, custom has decreed that there must be a leader, and I though seldnm read and very rarely worth reading, a newspaper would cut as strange a figure without its vanguard as an infantry regiment without its drum major; but. there'si the knock again. so we must dash aways at something, otherwise there wi l be no publication o' the " Times' to-morrow. A subjectc-Aye! there's the rub. We have taken up every matter which has any dir...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED January [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

SHfIPPIN7 GNTEL LiGECE. PORT ALBIT. btII:-sa? :r-: .-r 1 1a t r _ : i ýs -Y..caea, - o_-;-; Free inZcTe , -v ::,a= ; ]&Il14 12p ,-i ___ t: ~e~,r. ~F 1 . L;-'Ip, 114 . -, S. P:..-:=, '_"i-:- E ýe ilia F.-)3- T -.3 - r !-"r be l o x , r CLTA"-J- C2 T;.--1 T ce r l-eT 'ID a. -r-it i; lowt re uo:·~ i...' .r~.. ...o n~

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

COMDERCIAL. Gt :S s~ Ft~-o-o-T~e r-- n =xrket ceo tlnues ham a!t ourilat quoi.ua, a^.-: "tho' Leif jU-g Is eaut-. i hoUd in'a -lbVrai-e, there does not mses, to be eozy alalcre is e he deaud for grin broe~ht to market. The addrer from Howe. Town a-d Lj~nce~hee are cf each the same'th oat ne w Sto ' to the gen-erl of all the mteat-a- The Ate'p.;aa ?as.t d ?d bthelsof rho , th Latter'p ip - La--a-' Campbel -an Co. rc?2'--Fa a t i : A boaty a'tir, a Tle:"' 15-'6 came ni OwFng to the limited =3C=: f oeeau-* done durne the holilar e, bO--rer wer tot odein; of wtei _ ueir r t)Xe = of their tuche, th~r' 'I w --therefor a -elý atandeaee of barer at, 'S oe. " e tb~ti day as ad-non of 1s rar et _ s i during the ra"ded of a thew et. gradually racedae, alea* at f u-l layer thane ut_,t Qeeta --u ns-hea bee:e-r biula beo from4L 4o toL Its; do co-w, froe 3L t 3! 17e Ed; seaee qal-'v bs~oues, Irom- 21. I5; to 31- i03; de coe, fram 2I1 t- .e0j'' inferior at low st a ra-o We hose cold e 44 head of It...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

DEATH.—On the 28th October, 1861, at Grosvenor Villa, Margate, Mr. John Whitcomb, aged 71 years.

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

TEAMI TO M ELBOURNE. HE fine screw hBiibXi gll EER. will leavoBor Albltkooafter; race will beacarried to or."from Port Albert at 30s, each eight-Gold,..2d. per ounce. Part cels over 200 ounces, 11d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing. or freight or passage apply *to JRNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., ,harf-street, PortAlbert. 11 goods at consignees' risk when -dd. All goods discharged, if not noved from the wharf bfored 4 o'clock will be stored at consigunees' risk d expense.: ' TEAMER TO TU MIITOIIELL AND TbrMBO. ?IE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Morrisby Commainder, will leave b La 'Trobe Bridge every Tuesday rning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the ve. FARES: Cabin Passengers .. ?t 10s. Steerage ... .. .. £1 is. (Including. refreshments.) FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable. on delivery, . Parcels, 2s. tid. McAlRDELL & 1RAPIIAtEI ESSRS. DREYERMIANN, CAMERON' & CO. being ap uted agents at Bairnsdale for the ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

LOCAL NEWS. Where South Gippsland and and North Gippsland begins is a mystery which none but the initiated in boundaries know anything about. On reference to the list of depas turing licenses, published to day, we find the Dunlop or Avon is the boundary for the squatters; on reference to our electoral roll, we find that Merriman's Creek, 30 miles south of this river, is the boundary for electors, whilst, again, the Glengarry is, or was, the boundary of the police districts. To continue, in reference to serving on juries, a resident south of Merriman's Creek, say at Stradbroke,   is bound to serve at the General Sessions at Sale, as being within the prescribed radius, whilst the same person was bound to serve at Palmerston a few days previous as being in the district of South Gippsland. We always do things in an extraordinary manner here. We send mails round twenty miles for no given purpose. We survey lands which are not worth the cost of surveying. We divide the whole ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]PASTURING LICENCES FOR 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

DEPASTURING LICENCES   FOR 1862.   [indec] the information of Licencees of [indec] Lands we have abstracted from [indec] Goverment Gazette of the 13th [indec] the following lists. The Licen- [indec] can be obtained at the Treasury, [indec] Melbourne, on or before the 31st March, [indec] paymment of tho prescribed fees. NORTH GIPPSLAND - J. L. M.Carey, Commissioner.   [Allan] James, Merrimingo, L10 [Allen] Benjamin, Wagra, L10 [Allen Benjamin, Kirkenong, L10 [indec]der, Robert, Genoa, L10 [Bennison], R. Mount Wellington, L10   [Bolden], L and C, Strathfieldsaye, L60 [Buckley], P.C., Raymond Island, L10   [Butler], Thomas, Deighton   [indec]nn, J., Roseneath, L10 [Chamb]ers, H., Sydenham, L10 [Cunnin]gham, R. C., Clyde Bank, L10   [Campb]ell and Co., Bairnsdale, L17 10s. [Crooke], Edward, Lucknow, L30. [Carwith]en and Steanrt, Glenalbyn, L11. [Desaille]y and Ballantyne,' Deighton East, L10. [Des...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY [?] 1862. (Before the Resident Ma[?]te and A. Arbuckle, Esq.) SLY-GROD SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

POLICE NEWS.   THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 1862.     (Before the resident Magistrate and       A. Arbuckle, Esq.)   SLY-GROG SELLING.     Charles Lawrence was charged with , selling spirits without at licence at Strat- ford on the 20th December, 1861, Mr. Webb appeared for defendant and Mr. Atkinson for the prosecutors. T. A. Bartlett deposed that she is   the wife of William Bartlett,     of Stratford. Recollects the 26th   of December. Mrs. Weir came to my house on that day. She asked me to go down to Lawrence's with her. Mrs. Weir asked for a nobbler for me, when it was given to me by Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Weir said she would take one her- self. The spirit given was gin. I then asked for two nobblers, which were given to Mrs. Weir and myself. I paid 1s. for them. I laid the money down   on the corner of the co...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 January 1862

SMIISCELLANEOUS. Cniait?r.--The natch betweecn the Eleven of All-England and the United Twenty-two -has caused. colsiderable a excitement in. Melbourtlc. 'A the k name looked on. Saturdaty Cotiing the t united colonists haid, most decidedly, the best orf itg and with twenty-tvo 0 men in the field the eleven champinns it will,- indeed; deserve the rianie if.tliev can maklte178 rubs, wluch they must it do to win, .At all events we have d done more than the Aniuricriicricketers could do. There the English team t were never onde lieatede, ?i'hilst lhere I their first innulgs'ris .beaten .b the c United Twenty-two's fiast and second. We have no doubt but the resumption of the match will beawaited for wi?thl much interest,, and that w?lhoievir wins c will well deserve the oration ,thiey re r sure to receive. The Australltin score r fotr thdfrst.iinnniigs was 1'3, whilst the first of the great Eleven was only 110. .s rThe Australian . ''wenty-two.. in the e second. ininiups maue 141:, desp...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIPTHERIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

DI rTII ERI A.. TO Tn rEDITOR OF TIE GIPPSLAND TIME.. The popular mind is easily affected and alarmed in matters of disease, and often very absurdly so. It frequently happens also that panics of this' descrip tion, both distressing, and injurio!l, are directly occasioned for a base purpose of gain or eclat iby i'hworthy members of tle niedical p'rofession, or by quacks and charlatans p?ofessihg to belong to it. At the present moiment a very con sidbrable amlouat of Alarm prevails in tle miids of parents in this dislrict in donsequence of the quickly coisecutive deaths of several children in Sale, and judging' from the number of anxioua enquiries that h.i'o bhee'i put to the writer, ..an impression exists that a frightful and incurable disease, called Diltlheria, is abroad, which threatens to swvedp aivy all the yonlg. Great names are often invented to conceal great igribranice and great blun ders, anl it is as well that the ipullic should know, from one having authority to speal', t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

STO CORRESPONDENTS. 'ALL. wishes to know if it is true that a Gippaland Coroner issued a warrant for sum moning a jury several hours previous to the spirit departing from the body which was to be made the subject of the inquiry. " Alma" had better apply to the police of the district where the anxious coroner resides, as we have neither means of information nor anxiety tb gain any on such an unimpurtant subject. " L'-The water on the bar when the Emily Ellen entered the lakes was 4 feet 6 inches, it being then ebb tide. The water at full tide wad between 7 and 8 feet, and is represented as being lower than at any time during the last few years. Dix-Prerogation is not to be found in either Johnson, Walker, or Webster. Per hapa "Dux" would apply to the editor of the Guardian, as we find the word used in the fourth line of his last leader. {

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROOKED RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

CROOKED RIVER. )rI Perci~ial Lloyd is authorised to receive Subscriptions and Accounts duo to the Gipps. land Times. He will 'also be supplied by every mail with copies for silo.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Subscriptions for 1862 are now Due, and an early remittance is requ sted.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do notliold ourselves responsible for theo opinions of our correspondents. It is particularly requested that letters for the Tizmes may be addressed to tho EDirroonly (without mentionuing any nme), in order to prevent confusion. . All colmmunications in tended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily for , publication, but as aguarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected corn nounications.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

- _ r.Ecr.i.sbIO ." FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1862. Aosr'ST all the blooming fertility of luxuriant tracts, surrounded by vast plains whose primeval covering has never yielded to the tillers' labor, subdividcd and intersected by navi gablo rivers, whose conflux united in one :unbroken sheet of water, pre sents a moans of inter,nal traffic un surpassed by any portion of Aus tralia, we aie still an uimiiuprnoving annd inefficient pcopje, wanting the energies necessary for the due ad i vancement of the district and the further devclopment of its internal resources. It is an utter impossibi Slit that we can Ias much longer in this dormant state,-the very luxu rience of our lands forbid it; they are bursting with plethora, and like Sternes "Starling:' they cry for liberiv. The difficulties offwinter car Sriage have to be again encountcred. the delays and mishaps of the roads have to be again triumphed over by double teams of oxen and additional horses, but no permanent under taking which would...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BILL TO GIVE GREATER FACILITIES FOR THE SALE OF COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 January 1862

AL BILL TO GIVE GREATER FACILITIES FOR THE SALE OF COLONIAL WINES. Tho following is the measure relativo to the above subject introduccd by iMr Richardson: VWhereas it is considered expedient to-give giCater fiacilities for the sale ofwines made from grapes grown in the cplony of Victoria. be it thereforo enacted by. the. Queen's Most Excellent .lajesty,. by :ad.-withtho . advieo-and - cisesilt of the Legikhitiv. Counicil and Legislatioe Assembly of Victoria, in this present Piarliament assembled, and by the "hutTiority of ,the same, n-b Sfollos : I. That from dind after thi passing of thib Act, it shall be liwflfid for every persoi hlohliig a ,onfe'ctioner'3 license or a refreshment licenise, in addition to the liqluor halready antthorised 'b be t sold under sitch "liceises, to sell and f displOse of colonial wines tisde from grapes growvn ini the coldny of Vieforia, such wines to be drink on the premises specified in such licenses. II. In other respects this Act shall be ieall and...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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