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LATEST MELBOURNE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

LATEST MELBOURNE NEWS       Our Melbourne mails arrive at such unseasonable hours, that it is impos- sible to give any more than a mere synopsis of the events of the week, and for this, we owe thanks to the kind- ness of our Post-master, who, long after the hours, which should be dev- voted to his duty, has gone to the trouble of sorting out a Melbourne paper for us The great subject of this week has been the indecent scenes at the City Baths. In one case, the superintendent was fined £5, and for the other, he has received the odium of every respectable person in Melbourne. Parliament was opened on the 30th August, when the Hon. Sir Francis Murphy was re-elected to the speaker's chair         The members of the Assembly on the ministerial benches numbered 37, and on the opposition, 32, seven members were absent           &amp...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. Referring to the prospects of a new rush to the New Zealand gold fields, the Bendigo Advertiser attributes the migratory propen- sities of the miners to the fact that no inducement being offered them to settle on the soil, they have nothing to attach them to the country, and says :—" The present Minis- try and their newly propounded land policy have made their first step towards facilitating the acquisition of land and homesteads by the people. Give people homes, and you convert them from mere birds of passage into citizens. As the population becomes settled, the temp- tation to rush hither and thither will become weaker and weaker Until, however, the   settlement of people is accomplished by a reasonable reform in that land system which has hitherto had rather a repelling than an attracting influence on the population, it will always be easy for a few speculators at a distance, and for the fraternity of ship brokers in Melbourne to get up ever and anon a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

NOTICE.     Unless the grey gelding, branded ST near shoulder ; the bay geld- ing branded JO near shoulder; bay   mare, branded SN near shoulder, left at   Dutson Station on account of the late Daniel O'Hare, deceased, on grazing terms, be applied for, and the expenses paid in relation to such grazing, before Friday, the 20th September, they will   be sold at Sale at twelve o'clock on   that day McNAUGHTON BROTHERS. Dutson Station, September 2, 1861. NOTICE. All parties to whom Mr John NEIL, of the firm of Thomson & Neil, is indebted, are requested to furnish their accounts immediately, as Mr Neil is about leaving the district. Sale, August, 27, 1861 CANDLES     GOOD Tallow Candles are supplied by the undesigned — warranted their own make — at 8d. per lb., per box; for Cash; and delivered either at Tarraville, Port Albert, or Alberton. Boxes to be returned or charged for. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

.D AC]K and Saddle :H0orses:=-:A few S well-brloken in, for sale, by RICIIHARD BENNISON, S i::.Myrtle Dowris. FIVE POUNDS REWARD LOST or STOLEN from Sale, on or about the 3rd ins, two Kan- garoo sluts ; one black, smooth haired, the other brindled, of the staghound breed. The above are well known in the district Any one delivering them to the undersigned shall receive the     above mentioned reward, and any per-   son detaining them after this notice, will be prosecuted     WILLIAM FOSTER.         Boisdale, 26th August. SvrCTbRI FIRE AND MARINE INS.URANOEC COMPANY. .:'JA .T 'T?"JDT. , CAPITAL;, L.1000,000. •Agents fr Gippslatid, M'ARDbELL & RAPHAEL, 0 . LSale. Sjl E proprty 'of Richard Benison. ' ''ll" se'ri'e iiaeis this ?sea8ori'at 'yrtleoDwnsli Te~ii : -Tiree igdi neas each mare; p?iddocking' five shil ,lings per week -Every care will be mtaken,but without ...

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OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS UNDER RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION LICENSES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

OCCUPA'TION OF CROWN LANDS UNDER RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION LICENSES. Referring to the Schedule of Fees of Occupa- tion Licenses, under 24 Victoria No 117,   published in the Government Gazette of the 23rd May, 1861, it is hereby notified that licenses for the occupation of Crown lands for residence and cultivation will be issued by the Board of Land and Works in accordance   with and subject to the following regulations and conditions, viz :— REGULATIONS. 1. The land occupied under a residence and cultivation license must be rectangular in shape, and the length of the rectangle must not bear a greater proportion to the breadth thereof than three to one. If the land is situated within a surveyed allotment, one of the sides of the rectangle must coincide with part of one of the boundary lines of the allotment.           2. Each application for a residence and cultivation license must be accompan...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 September 1861

POLICE COURT (Before J. L. M. Carey, R.M.) A somewhat complicated cartage case was heard by Captain Carey on Monday Morning, James Belcher summoned A. H. M'Intyre for £12 10s cartage of flour from Weir's Mill at Stratford, to Iguana Creek. Defendant pro duced an agreement between Belcher and him self, which stated that the goods were to be delivered at Squirrell Forest. The case was therefore dismissed. On Tuesday, the same defendant was sum- moned by Whieldon jun., who it appeared ac- tually carted the flour in question. Plaintiff deposed that it was optional whether the flour should be taken to Squirrel Forest, or Iguana Creek. After leaving the flour at the latter place, he met defendant on his re- turn, and the latter promised to pay him when he next saw him. Defendant denied this, and stated that he had been put to an expense of £8 for storage at Iguana Creek. The agree- ment before referred to was put in, and the Bench ruled that plaintiff could not get behind that document, a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT :ALB RT: Annrvs n.: September 5--Keera, steamer, 114 tons, S Patrick, from Melbourne. Passengers: Cabin-Mr. and Mrs. Firebrace, and two servants, Messars. Greig, Hallett; Montgomery,. McKenzie, and Buchnanan; .12 single females;\ 1 married couple, and-two children, .immi. .grants, in charge of Mr. Wilson. Steerage 18. Turnbull, Howdeni & Co., agents. : IMPORTS. September 5-Keers from Melbourne : 14 'hhds brandy, 2 hhde rum, .1 qr tierce tobacco, 59 bags sugar, 7 cases-porter, 3 cases coffe 1 ihhd ale, and sundry free goodq. _.. : : EXPORTB expoecra September 6eKees, for Nelboine, 8 oza gold dust. *r . Septeeiber G.- lencoes for Hobart Town, .90 head of cattle. 'CrinES 0015ou . Septeme8 6 Keeri, for Melbourne' September.--Glenc e for Hobart Town. - r t~Melbouirne. Plsnu Clc Messrs Myers,' Frier, Wmh.'l'eaon, A Pear son, Mr. and :rs. -iR homson and child Mr. and Mrs..Hopwood,. Msfl is OHara, and Mrs.f Christeon.__ 3 September. ,-Ecipse, 18 ton,. J. ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

THE G`OVERNOR'S'BSEEC Ii: Our inconvenient postal arrangements: have.;;' precluded the possibility, of our; being able toi publish the vicesregal speech ntil long, after,, ithas been in the hands of our subscribers... We will therefore allude only to those portions which are of more importni to this district but we may at the same time confirm what bin been repeated by every Melbourne and contry loural thati hias fileiii under' our' notice, the fact that the speech has, in nearly every instance, warmly advocated the whole of the ministeral-programme, m ut more partLcu, larly those parts which referto thenettlement of the unsold crown -lands:; We copy ,thet following extract, believing that the vice-regal authority from whence it has emanated will do much to do away` withi the too often repeated atsertion that cultivation'licenses aro e the result of demagoguish principles, and aro. the mere result of some conspiroy hatched at the corner SIt is with eatisfactlon that Iam aenabled to ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. Sir,—An advertisement has appeared in your paper, calling a meeting of the members of the North Gippsland Cricket Club, at the Club Hotel, on Friday next. As one of the few who paid their sub- scriptions last year, I beg leave to offer a few remarks. I would suggest that the subscrip- tion be reduced to 10s a year, and that no entrance fee be required. The great draw back to the success of the club last season was its exclusiveness, caused by the very high rate of subscription, viz: £1 11s 6d. The Tarraville Club, I may observe, by the way, a very flourishing institution, and a credit to the Lower District, charges only 10s a a year, and I believe this is found to be quite sufficient. We should, at that low rate of subscription, be able to ob- tain many more players, and the club would, with its really liberal constitution, be divested of anything like a class ap- pearance. We should then see many of    ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

. L v; oafi'- , .+. .wra PE : a::: ; ;.4e .TEAMa1T aMELBOURNE. itmHrfa'ne screw steamshipi:KEERhA :w -Will.ledve Port Albert:!so6on.after. .Joaede iifl bofr'ied.Oc P to or "rmo>ort; C,,- to Albertilt .30, each,' ; agSi; IEreig~ht Gold,2d. per oumic ,tu:Pa1re *.-.:cdlb over: 200 ,ouncee, 1Ad.-wiq A 'dol.dfor'slipcment, musltsbe etitered at the lOusGtomsibefore 10a d'clock aml 'on thedaqytot sailing.iA '.Vs ini.rafib For freight or passageol'aply:-to' *TUHN.BULL, HOWDEJT, & 00, Wharf-street?:t; PortAlbei-rt : All gd6de8at c onignee.B lt wjen' landed, All: goods discharged, if not rem"dTr'ofi~i th?wharf beirVer'4'b'eock1 .p.nm;i 'vilrbe'stobed' at cosiees'-risl' randle'pensdO.'!':," ·,^ ,?1 +:-. ,';:,!'-o ?,*';',*'*.? ,u++?l tr: .q+"::?8- · : ,r " ISTEAMER TO TRHIN..MITCHELL 1ý4', tiAND :.TAMBOO "' "* ': T l 'tieafr /lINTERPRSEE Alfred S'"M.riisby C,,niri arie'r .' will lealve: theLUa -Trobe'r Bridge bevery!'Tuesday: moonihgat'i.7 oclok, sharp,, for;,the. zaboveir .iýe.M P i...

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1861. INTERNAL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

WEDNESDAY SEPTEt iERi 11, 1i81. INTERNALLCO.MTI5UNICATION., ThE attention of civilised nations has .always been directed tdithe .ioinotion of internal commiunication;and..the more so, the further they haver advanced in the social scale. One of our mbst emi nent engineers has hapryI remarked " that the extent of i ilisatioh attained by any niition'may bo judged byi the state of their roads." Tested in this way, we are i fraid;' that Giipslaudwould rank very'lows in tlheo sca, and but just one step adviyicedi fro~n Tinat primitive mode, ihenill iv oremployed in the care of. Jloc1s iidi-ader d, and internal communication mwas niore to be dreaded than desired. We have now, however, emerged from this, the first st'ge in the settlemientof every newcountry. Other employments have created, a necessity for traffic, 'and we need lage supplies of necessaries and lexuries ich a very few years since would have been deemed superfluous. To facilitate the istroilrct pn of these new wants, and to pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

tAr P0ST OFFICE"SALE.:;? .ABLE OF TIE AERIVAL A'D DEPARTUIEB O7 SLA2MND MLss, 1861: Ocail ete. t ; .: On H ur this Office for ou_ MELBOURNE: ednesdays &Saturdays p.m RossoAn : ^TAriaon : LLERTON '.Tuedays &"riddsý 8 . .DasomNon .LLBEETOZ! Tedy Frsd1Byu p in. TanRavnLrE , TADUAVILLE POaTALBEa »" Bravrono, Oseco j LearpNow ,,~u Mails arive at thisOfce fie os m MELBONB Tuesdrys & Friday; p .m BOSEDALE amolia Nrpt&f -ALDErToN 41 p.m 'TAAnaVXLL5 Porznn eS l' Agntfr" fksGviln '''"s* ;" !i: 'Ore A eLDEssT o 'SEATFiORD' ~. ` ii : . ý _» 'OsNUaOWs JOHN D L-EESON, .",. Poe . ostmaster. Post Office, Sale, Aug 6, 1861. e' f NoTE.-Th!5 ofce s'los at Sp.m. On Tueos days and eFridays at8 -pom. IWa sil,!Jri·r Cl~i·; arhil · *'" Ill .1i 'yHEun dera1tIged'havvebeen appoint 1oggy:Cgetek "for "Blrce aGlppeand Jfelhourne, Mlessrs. Gordon and 'Gotch.> :^ ; ;. *i'eratford,' Mreossrs Lloyd Brothers oeairdsiile', ani PLucnowi k Messrs Dreversan, Cnmeron andCo. - 2arsJtel ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

DACK aandl ?aaadi o6rses=l A few £ w;~ 4 en 'br k e uii uiffoi s ale , b y 'D i, 1RIbU~RD'BENNItSON, j rtle DIowns. PiVE 'PO1NDSREBWA D. S OST or S'iTOLENfrom Sale; on or Sabout, the '8td: inst, t two 'Kan= garoo slaiis'; oine black,smnboth haired, the othbr brindled, of the staghound breed. The above are, well known in the district. -Any one delivering tlhm to the undersigned shall receive the above mentioned rewiard, and any per son. detaining ;hem after this notice, will be prosecuted. . 6 8i nt':Y W-VIL IAE! ?OSTER:Th ]3oisdale, 26th August -; VICTORIA riF} A A; INDl IInSUANOE .COMPANY. ;' CAPITAL; L 1000,000. Agents for Gtippeland, M'ARDELL & RAPHAEL t B SANCHOfJ ;::';:"':1 FIHE propertyof : ichar B ioi . will serve mares :thisi seasoniat Myrtle Doivlne.' Teinis.:-Three *gui-. nea lih'i fnar6; pddd6ikiig fivd shil huge ;.per; week. Ever caro are ill be taken but without responsibility.:' PEDIGoiEE.- " SBncho'.is by'Touchit Toiucihit," "bIthsriel'r" -out: of A al,'-bys i...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   This week has again showed that the exten- sion of our goldfields is not, as many think, extending towards the great dividing range,   but rather aproachintg the low country, where good information had previously assured us the richest deposits were to be found. On Saturday last, a party of men under the leader- ship of a miner named Bracegirdle, took out a prospecting claim on the River Thompson, for which they received one months protec- tion from Mr. Warden Carey, owing to the present snow floods, it being found impossible to work the claim taken up. We have got the prospect obtained on this claim, and shall be glad to show it to any person who may desire to see the quality of the gold, and the quantity obtained from one tin dishful, taken from the a surface. The party, we be- lieve, has been nine months prospecting be- tween this locality and Rosedale. These men having worked their way through from Shady Creek, we may suppose they ...

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

aNSTftCCTION3 FO'R!TE'1L TTIVAIION'OF TOBACCO., The soil should be o'f a nich loamy` 'nature. 'Sow tha- ped insmall beds of, say three by six fe't ,,laying down a lhd' each week for three or fodur weeks.a The -reason for this is, tie fist sown may be affected- by frost, and the asecond or third may escape he earlier transplantingj in, rows three feet apart each ;eway--cannobe cfected, the better chance of -a good second crop. iWe recoinniend commoiecing;ito 'sow the latter part of''this iiionthl and next . .bVn 'thp aintsi aire €romi one to two feet in bi bt risi~earlh .toQQt;emv~ep her± Lhat, tdi'i'nil to seed nip of at th e top,as alslog any -small' ýshodtsi T\heri':thl'ieit]f: "isjfull grown cod j{e "fdc cttirng, a allow Itinge o speckle wil appear" Cu abjut tlhre inches from the giond and hang p tlhe whole stalk h bythe butt end in a dry shed, iihich nmuelt 'exclude esuti andd -et" iAhen hee leaf changes to a brown color' take odown iplck the lelf fi ntbstalk, and tie up in smal...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

AtISCEOLA VEOUS. _jTherakto 6ii t Iiwlich illil 'rlistiilotibii .is carred on in thoe neigiioarhooa of the gold. fields, ins dneoquenco.oft,the absence of a diborential dtyin ifavor of the home distiller iseyih gt ieiin 4 from the following i extract from'&i lotter,publisehed in i SaidiiuratitpaperT SHaving callod sonmie few weeks ego on a friend of into; i a;rrying onut bsiiense as ii tinamith I *as eittif e .by a piece of riachint e'rymonfe tud by him, rather larger thni tanything required for gpnotal `domieti 'see It excited my aepu Sj ion, and on inquiring,' he conodatly told meo that, he never made more proftabe wvoik a.nd the one I saw being Sthe fifth only he made, :ouching ftor a con. tihiiationti .of demnand at the iame time. Tilking the apparatus isaw as the vroeraigo sin'inade by him, n ad allwing each tihoinith, ot len igo ,t9 bhype been eqinally oc assfl In orders, Iam greatly nrpliee l that spirits are sitill sohiglinI price. I believe, ir Editor, thidtit' e i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 September 1861

WANTED, a situation by a respect- able young woman, as House- maid or General Servant. Apply to Thomson & Neill. TO LET. Two Cottages, with gardens at-   tached, in the suburbs of Sale.   Apply to D. M'Cole, & Co. TO LET. For a term of three or five years, either together or separately, Two Paddocks, containing 125 acres each, securely fenced in with a three rail fence, situated about a mile and a-half from Sale, and known as the Square Forest. In one of the paddocks is a two-roomed cottage with oven &c., with a three stall stable, 40 feet long by 20 feet wide, and two loose boxes. Application to be made to Dr. Light- foot, Sale. FOR SALE. About half a ton of well-cured   Bacon, and a quantity of Butter.     Apply to P. C. Buckley, Prospect. TEN POUNDS REWARD will be   paid for information leading to   conviction of the party or parties who broke open the Time's private...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. b the IEdilor of L1 psith` psid, Timesc Sitr,-Vere. I ,t this tinie,,h Mel bourne,,nsl m an-pagst myp friends, I should treat the communication of Mr. Ahderson \?itl tlhe contempt it deserves, ?r;d even now 'Iho~lld do so, knowing that " Time, thi avenger, ~would over. take all hielidtfenl, 'anid'rindics?ert 6sy self with suffiLient,rapidity t.bnt,j as a caiididate foit thi hondr and responsi: bility of 'representfit a constiu iien ii Parliamnent, and, ,n a greast mcasures, responsible fot the ridttltof til en?asing elecLion,l I"feel' 'that'I.hv n: arigiht to iinpiill that:es~ib; lt:?fetiicl~?b~. on tihe present ioccasion, merel1y Ulii odrer, te gratify yi feiling: f contiliii; for the man who could give utteranceot suichl gratuitous slandets' ,iUW , ,.. At the fiiet ~tiiceit? ~ite-eltoredr Mr, Gay, aiid thb ielnd? l11 OCdiielnittee of M~ilboiuriie At`'AiMr iParkeris atse qunnt meeting, pn the 1hi inst I do fended tiiyself,'d and shcsfully, against Mrl Parker's itain...

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JOHN D. LEESON. Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, Aug. 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

JOHN D. LEESON, ·c'' I.Postninnter.. Poet Office, Spin, Aug. 5,1861.. NoTE.-This officeolosea at Gp.m kiOn Tue days andFidajs at 8'i PM

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE GUIDANCE OF LICENSED SURVEYORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

INSTRUOTIONS '1·OW"TIEJGi I-' DANOEIOF. LJOINSED U -1-0 "1VEYORS:' Tho Bonrd of Land aiad.Works has approved of the fo1'ollo4;i'instructious forthbo guidance of Licensed Surveyort when marking out allotments for applia cants for the occupation of Ansurveyed 'country lands under residence and cultivation licenses: ;'aonci' ter r'ieich esoundary tiee 'are t0 Ua :sarked?f-Tlhe boundary lines of anyallotment .consisting.of. countey lands not already come prised in f GoVerntent surre'y, mn?t be defined by a licebsed surveyor on the grouts by stakes, trenches. and marked trees, in the Linner ptesaribed in the general specification for contract surveyif1. ...Oonneclion-soith extingatireps.-The posi. tion of such allotment with reference tb existing Government surveys mast be deter. mined by a careful and well checked traverte made with't~e'atd of a"th'eddolito?e' d "thaid, and connecting one of the corners of the allotment with the nearest fixed point in the Government surveys. Peparatiho ...

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