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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 February 1862
( cM'ijO Uift1 ;H r IIi." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1862. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The communication of Mr. Haines to the National School Board has not, as yet, lost any of its sting, and various reports are in circulation as the real intent of Government in their future dealings with the an- tagonistic school boards of Victoria. If we could gain any information from Mr. Wood's statement, during his canvass here, respecting the in tentions of tice Government, we may presume that they were, to a certain &nbsp; extent, favorable to the Denoini national system. Mr. Wood ap peared to have much consideration for the tender consciences of certain classes of Christians, and sooner &nbsp; than arouse their religious scruples he would tax the whole community to furnish schools for particular sects, where not only dogmas con trary to the ideas of two-thirds of the colony may be taught, but where that hereditary dislik...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 February 1862
MISCELLANEOUS. The Yeoman says that they &nbsp; Gippsland and the Murray districts &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; will bestir themselves and go into the honorable distinction at the wo show offered for the production of best samples of grain. We are inform as yet, but of one sample of wheat forwarded from this district, which from the farm of Mr. William Craig, Nuntin, but several others may h been sent without our knowledge. is certainly a supiueness anont finrmers, in contending for prirzes we sitec quite sure that .t will II before such a liberal inducement VI0 again hehl out. Largo salcs of flou, have beenciff at Adelaide at I1 lbs. for best bru Wheat was in considerable domnaa 4s. 7d. to 4s. ad. By. tioe Avon? from Califrf.ni Syodnov.'weo.liivo news to the Novenlbor. Tho-United States delfend the arrest Of the Soiuthorn missioners. Nothing had tlransp that' date which, would lead tot, positlbi'of War wittilEngih d. ' 'Thi, Federal army. has taken1 Royal,.n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 February 1862
ON SALE by the undersigned (at reduced rates) in bond, or duty paid Brandy, Martell's, pale and dark Rum, West India, O.P. Whiskey, Scotch sud Irish, iu bulk and case Geneva, best brands 'Old Tom," Burnett's," and "Booth,s" Champagne and sparkling Moselle Sherry, " Campbell's," "Cozens" .and otlh-r brands, in bulk and caes Port, " Ofllcy's." " Cockburn's," in bulk and case Colonial Wines, viz: Espanior Muscatelle Malvasia Alabar Fogoso Bass, No. 3 Ale and Porter, Byass, Bass, and Allsopp's "Cordials, in bulk and case &c. &.-, H. G. BEA.RD, SWine Spir erchan^ : RAYMOND STREET, SALE -All gooda delirered free with n'four miles of the Post Offce, Sale. GEORGE HASTIN GS, LICENSED SURVEYOR, SALE AN.D PORT ALBERT, I Apply to leArdell and Raphael, Sale. *qALE OF SPECIAL LANDS AT SALE, GIPPSLAND. On 18th February, 1S62, at the Court House, Sale, at Eleven a.m. SALE. 4 allotments in Sections 38, 51, and 69, containing 2 roods each. Upset .price, £25 per acre. LoNsGFoD. Situate...
THE NEW BYE - LAWS FOR THE BEECHWORTH MINING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
TILE BEECIIWO1TI[ M?NING ])ISTRICIT. At i mcctinig (f the mining htard of the mni.iig district tof Ilicocht'rth, begun a!ld hohlen aIt thle otllie of theI Ioard, nttt i, hIieccihwi ith, in tfll, hill district, on Ihthe ' seoutt " Jh llly of , , one thount:m eight hullaelt.il nut. Eixt\' two, it is ordaipcd .hvy the oaid'board as Itllows, that is to ?aLy :- . I I;T.ELAW XXVIII.--SI ZES OF CLA.IMS. ,lie-l?wt t I tlulllhctl ed (iV.') i t, of hell Bee:lworth itMinitg IBoard, ftoro cldutso 1 to. clause 0, in the wordi hollowing, " Ordinary claims shall 1 ot exceed one hutnndr ed b~ ans hltndritl I tei,".&e., &e, :?i?ill be anltc d ti;'i'" i? mere!,yV antmlu!led antl repealed, and the following uREU stituted in lieon thereot: I. Ordinary clihms shall not exreetd one hun!dred feet by one hundrod' feet fit tIour iten, eighty-six feet bIy eighty.' seven.feet for three men, seventy, feet by seventy-oQre feet for two men, and fifty feet by. fifty feet for one man. 2. .A dry ban...
CROOKED RIVER LAND REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
CROOKED RIVER LAND REFORM LEAGUE. A public meeting wvs htld at only'o Hlotel, Crooked River, on the 6th Februery, at eig!ht o'clock pani.; to reckive a communication from the Land i?efoin? LGagne.. Mr. PonTur was voted to the chair, and, having explained thu object of the meeting, he read a communecation from the Land Re form League. Mr.: ArDsusox addressed the meeting in favour of the principles adyocatecd by the Leagtio adid concluded byj Inding-" That a Branch Reform Leagne be organised at Crooked River to nid the central league with funds and o r?io' means." The motion was seconded by M1r. Mlnunocn; ani uinanimously carried. A. branch lea?to was then formed snld an cxecutivo commoittoe appointed, after which a vote of thaiss to the chair concludesd the mecting.' . The comnmittee ofhe League the League then met aid adjourned putil Wednesday night (theo weekly mail night.)
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLLY. In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday 111th Inst. the Hlouee went into Committee on the Land Bill. Mr. Duffy, in askinig the House to..consider the second portion of the bill, commencing at clause 10, would reiterale tlhat the Gcvernment had used the best means in their power in the selce:ion of the ten millipn acres, that the four million acres proposed for settlemaent within three months. were mlore thanl had be 'n taklen up in a quarter of a century, and that though two millions were to be always open by the third. provision, the amount need not be festricted to that aftual number. MRr. L. L. Smith pointed out the desirability of including Philip Island in the area of agricultural land. Mr Uitfy stated that the Gorvernment intended to leave this island, as under the Nichclson Land Act, open for sale. In reply to a question by Mr Gray, Mr Duffl stated that al! lands not included in the ten millions of acres were liable to be sold by auction. In answer to ...
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Subscriptions for 1862 a-re now Due, and an early rem-ittance is requested. On Sunday isext the Right Rev. Dr. Pennr, ishop of Melbourneuo, will preaclh at Stratford, and on the following Sundhy the Bishop will preach at Jitsedalo. Service each day to com mence at Twelve o'clock. Divino Service will be held in the Presby. tencln Church, Sale, at the usual hour, twelve o'clock noon, and half-past nix o'clock evening.
SALE TURF CLUB AUTUMN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
ALE TURF CLUB AUTUMN RACES. The excitement generally produced in North ipsland during tLe races has not existed to t extent this season which we have tuessed on previous years. With two or ree exceptions, the North Glppalanders are ficient of that spirit. which is required to e racing' men.. They think more of tening a bullock than impraving a breed of roes, and would' rather .ido after a wild 11 than go to see a race. However, " every. e to his fancy !' as the old woinnn said when e kissed the cow, and so we will leo these odding cirnuadgon??djoy theoir :stock yard dilst we go to see the races. VEDrnSD.LY, Flken DAY. The race course did not present the same y eppatanceb thlis diy .which we expected, ter witnessing the numbers collected at the icket match and horticultulrl show. This, course, is easily accounted for, the paucity entries has taken from tie excitement of e recos, and walks over destroy all the easures of the day. We regret missing one the truest auid most plucky of ou...
SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
Judgea-M-ears. Gardinerand p?ad, Best coarse-woolled ram, W. Pearson Do pen of fine woolled sheep, Ay. ps' Do do coarse do do, ?V.p Do do 10 fat sheep, W. Pearson. We regret much seeang such a poor sheep, and cannot avoid remarking on crease of this stock itie' disatietr i exhibited were good of their kind, buti class there ought to be a much more, ous collection. It is very prolable tin year we may lave a better show, ys told that several owners and le?sern are about to adopt shaleep farmaoi Judges--3ersrs. Gardiner and 1ld], Boar of any age, firat ptizee P. e )I Do do, Lecond prize, J. 3L w Sow of any age, first prize, W. Thomsr Do do, second prize, J. Cobaia Best bhar pig, 6 months, J, 3. WCiloa Do sow do, do, J. 3L ilsn. PoUo.ay. Judges---Messrs. Gardioer add nold Best Cochin Chian cock and pasr i Johnson. Beot Spanish cock r?in pair heqs, Thomson . Best Bramah Pootra cock and pair ht' M'Ardell. Best Dorking cock and pair hens, W.1j Do Turkey cock and pair hens,.W. Sa Do gander ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
SHeIt' Vsnsos CA rrrAL-Sovernl of the stockowners neor Albury. whose runs have bncc infected with pleuruo pineutonia, are mhingill pacparatitns to •place shoop on their rims. Messr's. 11lmaurin are about to commence by putting 17,000 sheep on Yarra Yartra. Should thisa movement become generil, it will lh' of' iinnicnse benefit to the .district, fur whereas only fivo. tmn were formerly etmployed to Ilningh' the Yarra .Yarra hord, upwards of tthirty will roW o engagd ?ttenoding sheep ott the samo trun.-OQeue Tribunet. ' Suoc(trsb 'tu'tr.trnTiosT A CIurr.. A:Spanish journaljustarrivedstateethatuo Oewer than etigttl-oitl CChrilatian naltes were cnferred on tlh son ofl the Ifhn'o Don SobealiCt1, i his recent b;allim.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
CRICKET. d Tuesday morning presented a Lbuy scene at b Sale. At an early hour carts of all descrip. a tions laden with field and garden produce w might be seen wending their way to the agri-. cultural reserve, where the emulative strife of t a public show was to declare who were the o most successful candidates for the prizes to obe awarded by the North Gippaland Agricultunal 1; and Horticultural Society. Nor wa~ this the only friendly competition which was to be an attraction of the day. The flannel jacket and colored caps which were to be seen flitting about sheaved that the cricket mania had reached isolated Gippsland, and that idle at l last was aroused into a sense of the importance s of cricket, not only as a national anm.senent 1 but as one of those great bonds of union which binds all classes of Englishmen to each other, and whilst it does not break down the eicting cStes of society, it nids in pro. ducing the feeling that all men are born free and cqLal, anl that it is only...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
CIIURCH OF ENGLAND. On Mdonday last the Lord Bishop of the Diocese met the trustees and committee o Saint Paul's Church, Salo, at. two o'clock Dr. Peck in the chair. Various communi nctions of ;importance were made by the Dishop rearding their, duties and responsi bilities w~hich sjornea to surprise some of those present. The ioext subject of discussion was the resignation of the Rev. Mt:iSimmous. The iB!j lb said hle would accel]: itis resigna tion, and as the trustees will also do so, the end of next month will probably find Saint Paul's Church untenanted by an ordinuued clergyman, unless the people bestir themselves and proceed immediately to the election of another inoumnbent. The people, i.e., the members of the Church, who are subscribers of, at least, L.2 to the ?~irch' or parsonage building fund, will have to elect two of them solves to act as a Board of Advowsou, andl may present the living to a clergyman who must also be a,?lovedof by tihe iishop. At the generan meeting of...
ROSEDALE POST-OFFICE. MAILS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
ROSEDALE POST-OFFICE. MAILS DIUE. From Sale, Port Albert, and Tarravillo:- Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, at 2 o'clock p.m From Melbourne :-Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, at 7 o'clock p.m. I AILS CLOSE. Fur Melbourne :-Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, 2 o'clock p.m. For Sale, Port Alboet, and Tarrarill?: iaturday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 o'clock p.m. N.B.i-No stamp sold or letters delivered on Sunldays. HENRY LUKiE, Postmaster.
POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE Or TIE AWRTVAL AND DI..PATUfRE 07 ISLAND MATIS. I 86' InaiLs arrive at On Ho thieOf"ce from 3MElt.onacr... l3on. Thur. & Sat. 9 am. .ROSEDALE ... , ,, 'TaRAtLmOY... DASDEOnYo... ~ ty »l ALmERTO .. TAuRA'tLLE .. PooT ALnERT., t .m,, STnATrona ... Mondays & Saturdays G 30 LJuctKos..... 'O IEO ......... Ideila close at On Hour this Office for _ fcr.SounEu... Tue.& Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. ROSEDA E...... r; rr I rr Tn.nrLtoo ... , , , DA?oDEsON ... ,, ,, A.LsbnroTI .. . , TARRAVILLP... PonT Ac.nenr. SrnATrronD ... Mtondays & Saturdays 8 p.n.. LucKNow.... OMEO............ JOIHN D. LEESON, I'Potnnster. 'Post Office, Sale, Dec. 5, 1861.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
CORRESPONDENOE. lW6 do not hold ourselves roeponsible for the opinions of our corrospondonts. It is particularly requested that lotters for the Times may beo nddressed to thoe Eniton only (without mentioning any lrnne), in order to prevent confuseion. All communications intendedl for insertion liioat be authenticated by the narme and address of thle writer-nob necessarily for publication, but as n guaurotce of good faith. We cannot undertaike to return rejected com mlunicationls. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. SIR, I, a miner on the Crooked River, also, a subscriber to your paper, was surprised in the looking over the police reports to find my name figuring in Co. with Thomas Willoughby in the prosecution of two men for the stealing of wash dirt. I beg leave to state that I never was a partner, or anyy way connected in part nership in the said claim. - By publishing this you will much oblige &nbsp; Your subscriber, WILLIAM MORROW.
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSION." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
"'XCELSIO." IRIDAY, F1EBIRUARY 21, 1802. T''UESDAY last has fully demon striited what we have so often pre viously' declared to our readers, that. our arable lands are not inferior to any portion of Australia, ,and vc;y far surpassing. in richelcss of1 soil the greatest portion of Victoria. It is true Mr. SuIrcIOn, in his elassi fication of lands, only gave us a second-place, but then neither our- sclves nor anyone elso who had not it special interest in doing so, believed his report to be inure than a.mere hap.hazard statement, gained by the expcrince of riding some t fifty miles per day through the p cointrv. - t However, Tuesday last must have t convinced the most sceptical, if any u sceptic really existed, and proved ii that not even Adelaide, which, from ti superiority of cultivation, has raised v itself to the van in the production of f; r cereals, can surpass us in either ii quality or acreable quantity. a The rapid advance of agriculture p in North Gippsland we must attri- v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
Sale of Valuable Property by Private Contract. ,' R. SEWELL has several Shops, Srl Houses, and Allotments cf Land for Sale; also, a few Cottages, very cheap for cash. Titles guaranteed. n 7 f c NOTICE, I HEREBY give Notice that unless the Bay Colt, white star, white hindl fetlock, branded it on the near and off shouhler is claimed, and all expenses paid before the 23rd day of February n,-xt, the cult will be sold by public auction on that day at 'T'welve o'clock noon by Mr. Sewell, at his so!e Yards, Foster-street, Sale. ARCIII tALD CAM P'BELL. Glencoe, 2Stlh Jai:nar-, 1862. n 31 j 21 f MONDAY, 24th FEBRUARY. Sale by auction, i5 Acres of Land in the Suburbs of Sale. J SEWELL has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, on Monday, 24th February, 1862, at his rooms, Foeter street, All that desirable piece or parcel of land adjoining dMr. D). 'Cole's property on the Plains, Allotment 60, containing by admeasurement 5 acres be the same more or less; with a frontage of 10 chains ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
MISCELLALNEOUS. Id the match between the All-lEng la1nd and the Unitc? ''Twenty-two of Victoria and New: South .Wales, tie( English Eleven only' scored (10 in their first innings, whilst the 'Twcety-tiiwo made 101. '1 here was no wide ball in either innings. Tun, JUDno AND 'rui QUAtulin. They (the Qanlkers)~ had to lie nine weeks iuf thd prison before the assizes canife on; at which Judge Glynn, the Chief Justice of England, presided. When they were brought into the Court they. stond with their hats on, and " George. Fox. was moved to say to the Assembly, "?eace be amongst youi" " Who are these .you have brought in Court?" asked Judge Glynni of the jailer. '!Prisoners, my -Lord," replied the jailer. " , Whi do they not put off their hats, .then ? " ilqlirelt the Judge. But the prisoners. gave no heed to the iutimation. " The Court commnun ds you to take off your lit ats," sitd the Judge. "IThen," said George, " I spake anld said-' Where did ever any M1agis trate,. King, or Judge, fr...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
LOCAL NEWS. On Monday last a squatter, act a hundred miles from Trtiralgon Creek, was informed by a boy, who seemed to come down expres, tlhat two men had found a highly auriferous creek beyond the Morewell river, and were trying to keep it secret. This worthy squatter was im mediately in ecstacies, and with a chosen friend at once started, guided by the messenger, in search of the golden creek?. They proceeded accordingly, and after a ride of twenty miles found themselves in a very rugged part of the country. They, however, toiled on, still guided by their messenger, until they at last arrived at a creek at the sight of whicli they were exceedingly jubilant. But their Ropes were soon dashed to the ground by their guide declaringwith great simplicity that he thought the right creek was on the other side of the r,'ange and that they Were' wrong altogether. Accordingly they put about, and night comining on, had to camp as best they could. Next day they prosecuted their researche3, and...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862
COMd'IERCTAL. MELBOURNE M3ARKE.TS. Ft.on, Ar.ors, Erc--,Ir. Wm. I..-.r eporte :-There is nothing ncwc to rep-'rt thit tee'k in the cm-n Tarkret; the downwarde t-nd. ency, which evinced i:self a short time since in South Austinlia, has been stayed Lr the execution of sevetal export orders for Europe : at pre?ent two vessels are taien up at Port Adelaide for wheat and flour for Eogonctd 'he :imports continue unimportant, while ex ports of flour and oats are still being made. Flour.-There is no chane in demand or I pt-ces; buyers for consumption purchase only fIr immediate requirements, and in the ah tence of anything approaching a s?ec!.ttivc feeling, the market appears dull and inactive, while any pretoure to force sles rwould probabl.y tend to greater perplext y; some attempts to quit parcels at ?nction avre r' usual failec', and this followed up by continued reports lbe Etowed and inferences drown an to the state cf the inarket, tend to hinder and distract busi i?e s; on the one ha...