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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862

TEAM-' TO MyiELBOUNlI. LEE fine screw steamishiP 1EERA will leave Port Albert soon after rival. 'orses ill be carried to or front Port 'Albert at 0Os, eddL:. reightbt?ol d, 2?i P oitce., Pair cels-over 200 6~nc6e-'tl?; Gold, for shipinmeib, must bo entered the Customs beforo'10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing. Return Tickets.................£5 Available fdr 14 days.. For freight or passage app URNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., harf-street, PortAlbort. All goods at consigriees' risk when nded. All goods dischairged; if not moved from the wlharfbefore 4 o'clock im., will .lie stoibd at consigneeo' risk d expense. a e TEAERT0 THE ITCHELL AND TAMtBO; |IIE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred - Morrisby. Commander, will leave im La Trobe Bridge every Tuesdiy orning, .at 7 o'clock, shairp, for the oeve. FARES: Cabin Piss?ilgers .. £1 10s. Steerage . .... . 1 (Inwluding refreslhments.) FREIGHT.: Thirty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable, on delivery, " Parcels, 2s. mid. IcARDELL & RAPIHAEL: NOTI...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 February 1862

THEll ANNC.AL EXHIBITION OF1 TIlE NORTil OIPPSLAND AGRICUI TURAL AFND' IIOrTICULTLhtRAL SOCIETY. At the Cricketcrs' dimter, held on Tuesday everniog, Mr. BDason said " tlIat it was a proud day for Oippsland." Whilst we re-echo the assertion'of the worthy president of the Sale . Crickcters, we mitst say that it was a proud day for Gippllaondin n moro important way ,thln in the mere union of the two districts in a match of bats and balls. Tlh show in the Botanicali lescerre, being thu second of the Society, gave reality'to the ecistence of the enterprisc whicdl'now exits'amoogst caw agrl. culturists, and forms a subject for edugratula. tion of which we, as well as others interested,I must naturally feel proudl-demnonstriting, 00 it does, the mrpid advancement of the fihut and 1 greatest aclhievemenot in the growth of any country. We can well imagine the wonder with which those whose avocations fihand placed them for manoy years in rural retirement, dis. tant from the busy mecnes, and ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

TO T1t EauITOR or0 TIiE eIPrSLaa TI]lFS. ST,-The hydra with its hunidred heads and its thousand tonguch which han so lone and so freisly indulged id its venomous, filthy, and ipiteftl luhurience in And around Sal whilst travelling idt its coat of darkness, was suddeoal arrested the other evening by the insidioils ilonster giving veiit to its venomour spittle through the mouth of one of Joht O' hartassy's J.P.'s. Iuridite and cleanrheaded as are the class from which the great O'(h ! chose his justices, ate have here an examph which is dnexceptionable-ho lives on scandal. To you, sir, he would make an invdldable re- i porter; his food, his very drink is flavoured by the oviparous vod'i-ii, and frolth 'very por- P tion of his body it pours forth afresh after un. P dergoing a process of "cadiitegratuioi, rendering its poliati more nohiods, its lavouIr more loath. some; arid its very scent a disgusting memo a rial 6f the obscene, and filthy, and wicked a source from which it derived its ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

TO THE EDITOR oF THtE oIPPrLAND TIMES, SIa,-I have hitherto been fortunate enough to escape all connection with law couhrts and newspapers ocept as a subscriber to the lat ter, and I am even now vetij reluctant to soake' my first aplieraneco as a correspotilent to i public journal, but I thelik when you peruse what fullowi tliht you will ncktiowledge that I should do so in order that my character may remain unstained by the stigma erhlich has lieei sotight to lio cast upon it. It is unnecessary for me to give ill detail the circunistatices 'hich resulted in the acci dent to Itr. Beard. I therefore come at once to Saturday the 22nd inst., at about 1 pun., whisi I was requested, at the Club Hotel, to state the history of the accidleht. I was in the oct of doing so when one of Her fMajesty's Justices of the Peace entered the room, and, hoaring the subject of conversatiol, said "that it served us both right as Ieitler of us were capIable of driving." I treated tlhe ob. scrration as a jo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

CORRESPONDENCE: We cdo not hold ourselves responsible for tho opinions of our correspondents. It is particularly requested tliat letters for the Times iuay beo ddreosed to the Eort on oly (without mentioning any name), in order to prevent confusion. All communications intoended for insertion must be authenticated by the name n qd address of .thO writer-not necessarilx for publication, but as a guantutec of good faith. We canoot undertake to return rejected com munications.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

TO TiEC EDITOR OF THeE OIPPSLAyD TIMIS. Sn,--I notice by your issue of the 31st January and the 7th of February, a cAution to bullock drivers not to trAvel the liew govern mnnt road fromn Brutliln to o u s there is ineither grass or water on the road, and that the teams that went up the new road about three weeks ago nearly perished for the want of &ater. Now let me ask you if yoAd would siVii a better watered road When I point out to you the different watering places after leaving Bruthen ? The first day's stage with bullock drays will be Stoney Creek, a distance of thir teen miles, where there is plenty of water, grassi rather poor; from Stoney Creek to Kore wiit Creek, nine miles, plenty of good grass and water, and for three miles along the road alter leaving Kerewut Creek there is abund ance of grass add water to the riglit of the road about three hundred yards; after leaving Kerewut Creek we come to the Tambarrt River, a distanco of seven miles, plenty of water and coa...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL OF AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS. 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

SABLES OF THE ARllIIVAL AND DIIFAIlrUTUci Oi 1r.io IlAILS, 13112. PO3T OFFICE, SALE. .Ncils arrive n Oi AHour thbiiO2uic face. Mtelbournie .. i m. 'ruima*. S Sit. 0 a.m. ]toaedclo 'Irralgon ......' ])culdencng ...,.,,,, I Albortan .... '1crriavlhle . ~, ]'art Albert .. Strutter,] ..... ccizelays & Satardyat' 11 30 *Luckuocw .... Omeo ...........la c i this Olfice for O H Sn.tn. - MelIrbourne ... Puma. & Fri. 11.3) Sat. S pc.1. BIfLcaucl ..Ilc. P1 .D)& 'Irtitolg cii ...... SrJlnncrlcung ... `Alborton .~ r 3'crt Allbert ... I itctfiul 'liadrr i:a i.Satnril y.a 8 pita. S~ntf.,rrl .....&.jtlt~~11·' n'rknoR' ,r "rr " JJfl1 D, LIF 'ION I0, onstccter. rlst 0J1c, iTle, D:o. , 10l.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

MELBOURNE. (rnoM oun own Coa.ES1PO ~ Timesa are very dull, aud tlo1 of people promenade the 'street that tie effect of thlese erna r is rather more visible in thel tear of paving stones, than in thlat shopkeepers. Wa have lots a strous hotels with spacious btI elegant young ladies behiind 1 decoy the thirsty pedestriu, bul latter does not possess the indi,, smun requisite to bring him fat(

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

S POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. On Hoo| r. Yrie re ......' *Wed Fcri. Sea. . pan. An3n ......, | ,' r.uoe c;rs Creel.. - - - i SA-le ............... Tuea. ,, 3 n.= Stratford......... .. - „ ,, Lucnowr ....... - O o .............. , - , Port Aloer ...... , Fi p7. Alberon .......... T.rrar.ile ...... „ - " Yarram Yarram , .Mails crose ate IH thi- offce for on Hoi Melboura ....... Tues. Fri. Sun. .30 Daudenom; ...... Tramietu ......j „ Rutse!L'e Cre . - -i Sale................ Wd. p Stratfridt....es-ed o Sund Omeo ............ - Port Albert...... ,. .Uberton......... , I i Tanurille ...... ,, ; , Yar:-m Ta rrar X..---o stamps sold or lettcra deliverel or registered on Sundays. HENRY LUKE, Poat?asler. Ros.i.le, 20th Feb-uary, 1S?2.

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LATE FROM ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

LATER FROM ENGLANR From the Arjzu of Monday, Foebru We translate the following fR: Conmmercial Gaetlle, Port Louis ritius), of D)ecember 30: " We have just received fro: lion. G. Fropier a communicatioz we hasten ta make publie: t1' London, Nor. "''rhe law ofliers of the havingbeenconsulted, have decid the act committed by the Ac captain was a viocltion:of the rig nations and of international h' insult towards England, and that faction will be promptly demandf "' London, Den " ' The Times and the lEorninl admit that probably' the No States will not yield to the dems England. If the Federal (hrem refuses satisfaction, the Enhlish! ter will quit Washingto ' "'The export of saltpetrJ bho prohibited in England.' " ' Paris, DI "The Austrian troops hare ee the Turkish territory, and heo stroyed the lines of the insurgent occupied the military road ? Ragusa and the province of ? The Austrian troops afterin' entered Turkish terzritory.'

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SALE RACES. FRIDAY.—THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

SALE RACES. F?ernoa.-TIrno DAr. SatsTuiioCr.in IIlaeiolAC-Of £50. loia.nt nations to be madi arid £1 paid to thle Secrs. C tary at Sale on Siatrdaj; 4tlh .an., 1802, b-. fore o ip m. Weights Will ?e declared on the 8th Jan. Acceptaiices accompanied with four sovereigns to be made night of genera.l ietry. 1 1& iidil. W. Pearson's b g Viscount, by Van Tromiip 1 t W. Pearson's b g Prince............ .. 0 S ELL rNa Sr Kc.s-Of £!0 for horses that g hava ne ier run for an advertised prize, editil t. conditions anid allowances. Winneir to be sold for £40 ; ientered, to be aold for £30, i allowed 7 lbs.; for £.0, allovwed 14 Ibs. ' Any iI surplus to to go to the finds. Weights; years, 0 it. 2 lbs.; 3 years, 8 st. 6 lbs.; 4 years, 9 at. v 10 lbs.; 5 years, 10 at.; 0 years and aged, 10ost. 4 bs. One mile heats. Poso entry. L W: Smith's t g Boliv'r,agd, by BitoliVnr (920) 1 1 SJ. C. ampbell's Li'rry'(£30) ......... 2 2 W. Pearson's Frailty (£20) 4...... ... 3 4 Js. Douglas's a ro ........

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THE PROGRESS OF THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

THE PROGRESS OF TIHE LAND BILL. On W'ednesday. the l;9h,the Asseml.iv went into committee oil the Land Bill. On the llth clause Mr Gray proposed thire. first of two amendments which lihe intended to bring forward, namely, the alteration of the maximum area of sur vej'ed allotments from 640 to 320 acres. le saild he had two distinct reasons for so loing I the first was he thought it would earl to tavoritism to allow surveyors to urvey in large b:ocks; and the second, liant the smaller quantity would best assist hie preferenrrtial hioice which the bill ,vas rmderstood to giv;. He did not pretend to say that no blockir should ever Ie of ihe larger extent, brit he thought at this preferential time 320 acres should be helimit. Afterw?irds, it might be desir a lI to lidt no limit; but now intense ireference was givet to takers up of large doclks. Mr l)ufly pointed out that the name poweir existed utideir the Nicholson lct, but no Arei so large as 640 acres lad eser been rsti.Veyed to his ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

FRiIDAY, FEBRUARY _S, SG?2. Min. Dos, in the fulness of his belief of the sincerity of the present Ministry in carrying out the pro posed Land Bill in all its integrity, was actually led away so far from the path he had chosen that he, on more than one occasion, spoke favor ably of the bill in its entirety trusting to the better sense of the House to alter any obnoxious clauses detrimental to the interests of the colony during its progress through Parliament. To this idea, more understood than expressed, Mr. DUFFr gave an instant and positive negative. He said, neither he or his colleagues would permit of any alteration, the Bill must be accepted as a whole or refused as a whole; that they were dictators not solici tors, and that their dictum should be considered as infallible as if issued by the Council of Trent and sent to the postulates of the. altar in old Ireland. We, perhaps, too, as anxious as Mr. Dos to believe in the integ rity of, at least, a majority of the present Minist...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

II As an altogether admiranble and a autIsing attUmpt at aliteraltior , Ia it ianionvutllols nlitlhol' istolnished(l all andmirer: it oft nlitti'rtivo ability so?ie seasnrs esinlc hd' the suhjiuned sinuittlarly ttucceessltt spea ll ?i Surpassing sweat, serplhic strains, she sings, Softening sad pp? its.' synpathtetti stirings; S ?ical souil subduing soutnds, so atra.gelh south?tug; . Shesseems some saintly spirit sorrow simoothin( The English ji:n;ers say, that critnli I has dtliiiitishel rchurch arctoie tmdtlatiot at least 1i peli eur.; anul adv\ocate the lo?iring tiff that exlnpansive itattrial ,t Sinid:iys, witithot interfering ,ith i dies' plealsure dturing tlie remainlder' of the week, otherwise e ihe dres ex:ensiiu \wil have to resolve itsulf intu a ncew " Churdl i extensiont" society. Well, .Tuln,; dii viit take the iite I gave you to lMr. ismitlhers? i:lnttired i, gentlenviu of hIris rustic ,servut't. " Yes. Si'." repliel Juohn, " I tok tire lnote hut I don't think lie cann ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

-SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. .strrro-February 2). reer, s e, 114 tonm, S. Potritk, fr-om 3el? bourne. Turnbull, Howden and Co, agen:s. Febrn.r 21. Helen S. Page. 217 ton=, T. Spring. from Hobarn Town. Johnson and Hoad, agen's. Februa-y 24-1 Glenoee, 153 ton~. T. lang. from HoReba Town. Turnbull, Iowden and Co., egents. rro.s--Febrarr 20. Keern, from Melbourne, 52 eases genera. 1 cawe tobacco, 2?S cses wine. 115 patkag?s eager, quarter csk wine. I hhd gin, 10 cask? beer, 4 packages tewa and sundry free goois. February 21. Helen S. Page, from Hfobart Town, 2 caes furniture, 2 cases glas, 6 dases fruit, 3 :on hay, 10 bags bran, 1 case drapery. February 22. Glencoe, from HobattTown, 1,500 palinge, G to , hay, 12 bushels lime, 5 cawos fruit. tcroas.-February 19. Bella Vita, for Sydney, 93 tons bar:. February 21. Keera, for Melbourne, 500 oz,. gold dust. cLrA-rn or-.-Februry 19. fella Viota. for Sydney. February 21. Keen, for Melbourne. sati.n.-Febrnury 21. Keem, 114 tone S. Patri...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

TO OUR SUBSCRllERS. The SubscripLions for .1802 are fnow Due, and an early remittance is requested.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

BIRTH. On Monday, the 24th inst., at Williams- ville, the wife of W. Lett, Esq., of a daughter. DEATH. On the 2th inst., Mary, eldest daughter of Mr John McCole, York street, Sale. On Sunday next the Right Rev. Dr. Perry, Bishop of Melbourne, will preach at Rosedale, Service to cemmnence at Twelve o'clock.

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CROOKED RIVER. FEBRUARY 20, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FEBRUARY 20, 1862. Since writing to you last I have little to report of importance on the Crooked River. Things are progressing steadily, anr our present population may now be considered a fixed one for some time to come. The claims on the lower end of the River are now all in full working order, And those working them are quite 'an.autioi of succeas, ludddd faloty of them aoo payilng well; notwithstanding this a few shares ha"o oxchanged hldls during thd last fortnight. Two of the shareholders in thu Long Rose Company have sold out for £35 per man each. This will give you some idea that the   Crooked River has claims upon it sufficiently valuable to bring a good price. The election of members for the Beech- worth Mining Board takes place on Saturday next, the 22nd inst. Omeo and the Crooked River return one member jointly. Thero are four candidates,- Messrs. Graham, Newman, McIntyre, and Grant. Mr. McIntyre is not unknown to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

Sale of Va3uable Property by Private Contract. -R. SEWELLT has several Shops, HlI-louses, and Allotments of Land for Sale; also, a few Cottages, very cheap for cash. Titles guaranteed. n 7 fe MONDAY, 3rd MARCH. Sale of Valuable Household Furniture. Sale by Auction. A R SEWELI, has received in lt_ structions from Mr. Cummings, who is about to leave the Distri. t, to sell by public auction. at his residence, Desaily street, on Monday. the 3rd day of March, at One o'clock, "All his valuable household furmniture. consisting of rosewood cheflianeer, mahogany loo table, horse-hair chalirs and couch, cane bottom chairs, walnut work table and writing-desk, large and small en gravings, organ accordion, one set of tea trays and dish covers; fender and fire-irons ; china, tea, and dinner set; window cornice furniture, wine glasses antd tum blers, runmmers and glasses, two iron bedsteads, dimity and chintz curtains, maple wash stand, dress ing table and mirror ; dining and bedroom carpets with ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

MJISCELLANEOUS. A ,ratld review of the "Victorian Yolunteers took place on Saturday after nioon, 15th instant, at the Melsbourne race course, rrhen a very considerable number of the seight-seer- of Melb,,urne was attracted thither. Major-General Pratt, Colonel Carey, Slsjar Scott. Colonel Pitt, and Captain Biaucroft were present. There 195S volunteers of all arnis mustered; and most of the evolu tions were gone throurli with a steadi ness and precision which would have done credit to regular troops. No accident occurred throughout the day. CRICKET.-The match between the All England eleven and the united elevens of Victoria and New South Wales commenced at Sydney on Friday. the 14th inst., and was continued on the following day, when, contrary to all expectation, the united elevens defeated the England eleven- winiin with twelve wickets to go down. Specula tion is rife as to the cause of this mIost unlooked-for result, and soume have even imputed unworthy motives to the English playe...

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