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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

LOCAL NEWS. It is with much regret that we have to report a serious accident which occurred to Mr. H. G. Beard, wine merchant, when on his way to the races on Friday last. Mr. Beard and Mr. Platt were in a chaise cart, driven by the latter, and when near the race course gate the horse either started or fell, throwing the driver and pulling the reins out of his hand. The horse, finding himself uncontrolled, immediately started, and Mr. Beard becoming frightened got out of the back of the cart, but on reaching the ground fell, when a carriage coming up close behind, passed over him injuring his head and dislocating both ancles. Our resident, or rather non-resident, magis- trate returned from the Crooked River on Monday evening, and sat on the Bench the next day, when the following case was dis posed of. W. Pearson, Esq., of KilmanyPark, summoned the road contractor, Mr. Cobain, for wilfully setting fire to the bush in fulfilling his contract adjoining the Thompson bridge. It appears t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

TEAM TO M ELBOURNE. lIE fine s6reir steainshi' KCEERA will leave Port Albert soon after val. roes will hb c2rried to or from Port Albert at 380s, edch, - ? i: " C ov er'2.. oun"o.ces,'",.' ;d old, for hipmenbt nmol be entered he Customs beforoe O o'clock a.ti the day ot sailing. eturn iclkets ......... ....;..; . 5 : Available for 14 days. or freight or passue apply to {INBULL, HIOWDEN, & .CO., art-street, PortAlbert. ll.goods at consignees' risk when ed. All goods discharged, if. not oved from the vliart before 4 o'dctek ., will be stored at consignees' risk expense. a c TEAMER 0 T'HE M ITOCHELL AND TAMBO. IE steamer ENl'EIlP RlSE, A4lfed Morrisby Coinmainder, will "leave La Trobe brilge every Tuesday dung, at 7 o'clock; sharp, for the ve. FARES: abin Passengers .. £1 lOs. teerage .... .. £1 Is. (Includinq re/reshmnents.) FREIGIIT : Thirty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable on delivery, Parcels, 2s. (id. leARDELL & RIAPIIAEr. 'NOT:ICE. ESSRS. D.R EVER M AN N. CAMERON ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

COMMERCIAL. " MELBOURNE MARKETS. FEoor, Gaxer, &c.--Mr. Wm. Lawrence, -eportz :-As the usual monthly review of the corn market will appear in a few days, it is not intended to give any extended report, but merely allude generally to the state of tbe market. The non-arrival of the December I English Mall operates in Eome degree against business. Imports are light, and conined to brend--.~s from South Australia. Bran comes more freely forward, but the demand is Ftll to a fair extent. Exports of flour and oats continue to be made, while s?ne parces of wheat are likely to be shirpel to New South Wales; prime milling preel have sevaned 2d. South Austroliao is held for St Cd. per bushel. There is a silghtly -increased demand for imported flour; oats -re more inquire~ for, Californian having been o!ld at an advance over former week's quota. tions ; prices of other articles are unchanged. Estimated imports of flour and Grain at the part of Melbourne, from 13th to 11th Februza.-, nel...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 February 1862

LAND SALE. Sale of special Lands in fee simple at Sale, Tuesday, 18th February, 1862, conducted W. T. Dawson, Esq., District Surveyor. SALE, COUNTY UNNAMED Upset price £25 per acre. 2. No o.Ter. Allot. 18, sec. 38, 2r., 121. 10s. L. J. Jensen. Allot. 10, sec. 38, Sr., 121: 10s. J. age.. Allot. 10, see. 51, 2r., 121.10s. L. J. Jensoe Allot. 11, son. 51, 2r., 12l.10a; 'M'Kenzio and Ross. Allot. 12, see. 51, 2r.,12l. 10s. M'Konzie and Ross. Allot. 13, see. 51, 2r., 121. 10s. l'Kenzie and Ross; Allot, 14, sec. 51, 2r., 121. 10s. 3'KeIuzie and Robs. Allot. 15, sooe 51, 2r. 12i1'10' 3'Kocnzio aud' Roes. Allot. 16, see. 51, 2r., 121. 10s. lar'eiiio and Ross. ': . Allot. 17, see. i1, 2r,2ll. 10s. I 'Kenzie and Ross. . . . Allot,.18, sec. 51, 2r., 151. s. C. Soehusen. . No offor. . Allot. 1, 'sec. 0, 2r.,121. 10s. WV. do T. Tracy. 0-23. No offer. i. Allot.'10, see. 60, 25.,1210. 10s. 1. do T. Tracy. Losorona, CouNTY UOAMEuD. ituated at thei Loidg Waterliold, abut five miles south-east of Sal...

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

TO THE EbITOR OF TU?E OIPPsL.tn TIrES. Stn,-Haviing riieifed aolbttorifrom a friend in New Zealand relating.aume of his ex periences at the diggings there, and, thinking that saom extracts from the samo might be interesting to seaio of the 'raders of your very valuable jourual, I inclose a few for pub. lication, if you think theni worth the space : " Dunedin, 21i1 Jan., 1862. "Dear - , I will now say a few woral Aboult New Zdoland. I must firat toll you that of all the places on this earth this one beats them all for rain, mach hills and holldiva, and soarcity of wood. Whlen we were at the dig gsigs (\Wiiltahuna) "we had to go about four miles to hidctiiro firewodd, Which wasi of the most miserable doescriptiosi-nioro scrub. We lia, flint to cross the flat uii to our kinees in nitid, thda cross the W.ibsltiu'o up to our waists in water, and theii climb as a h aldt lierliondifula soiitautdits as oiur iaids and knsies liefore ive culd get 'iiny, nd' thoen such wood that whoen ou had m...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

S fttltrral of .lrintrc llbrrt. \No. vulgar .pomi alnd vain parade were to be lavised ulpon one who, by the highes:t intellectual gifts of mind cultivated to the highest degree, by unhounded aniahility, by ia loe of all thlings great and beautiful, and bv,.the constant I)ractice of the truest domizstic virtues, had enobl;tl tie Co:art to, wichl he was called, ..itid wbn,. thle st!p'cOne affectiat' of the whoile natio.l ,t prinhce lilke this,,i, man like thlis dir not standl in need of ai toich-llight funeral, or of those itedittaial Ipageutries so loved andl courtcd by other monarchs ; he kiew that he had left beljild him an exatm ple,of domestic,virttie anld the highest .fifimentof duty, the memory o' which will live in the hearts of all, which could not be itncreased by anything thllt the pomp of fimerals could1be stow.. All was ..simple,l,as became his calm nstd ililysojllic ,lild(. , There was no,osteltatious lyitrg ill state : a short an d beconl1i'g procession from the Castle,...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

rAnLB OY TU7 ARRIVAL AND PEPrATUOO OF INLAND MAILS, 1SG0. POST OFFICJE, .SAVL. 3iailsorrrroaa Oi Hu tbiOtfico from Oo Melbourne ... Mon. Tbnr. & Sat. 0 am Sse(liot .....oedolo 1 ]).mndenono .Alberton .... n n ~ Torraville .. rort Albert . ~ ~ Stratford ...... Mondays & Saturdays 0 30 ilckroillO ......., I , o rl be r ..........*. .. r Mrilst clsae .t o ir (lin this Office for nlelbou nen ... TTres. & Fr1i. 11.130 Sat 113 p.Im. Rosedale- ......1 l r 'Irtrcrlgolo ..... At lroak .... air n ~ TOrra ill....... O rnoo JOHN D. LEESON, PostnIaster. 'r'oot O2cc, Sale, Dec. 5, I901.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

CORRESPONDE OE. We do not hold ourselves respinslibl for the qpinions of our correoponollts. it is particularly reqIested that lettear for the Tines nay bhe addresscd to the EoInTO only (withoott tientioning anty name), in order to prevent cofllulion. All comtunlcations intended, for insortion punst bc lathelnticatod by the namo and lddress of the writer-fnot necessarily for publicatio!, but as agnantruteo of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected comn' ianicatious.

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

IP)ST.FICE. I OSED.&LE { )JaiJs amri a ta lrrlbxtrneW.. od. Fri. Sun. 7 t m. I..:s 11'0.. n ,. ............... Tua. :La O;rrct ....~......... » - 3 o..... n . 1r CX*s Zl t On Hoar. Ilef e ...- Toes Fri. S. ° Luckn-nrd.._.......I n n l!miU .»__...». - n n Port t Tarraville ..._f » » r Yr. Yarmraw ., 1 r _.B.-::o stamps. sol or letters dnliere l ore rezited ao d 4.L H&'HY LLKE, roetrnsste . Rowerlzle, 20thr Febuersr. )3r?

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The nirliatiot of the letter izaed "Drvre cyld t d to np wble rd In theartiole alludel to, there was no iadnuatise of lt4me toiany party, and " Drisor, eridently aluraria; under a LitL impressises, is defend in: hrinif nst a mere :urmise of his own ruinful oesuzr- esees had much better be kept quiet than bLen; ojastasntly brought bnbre the pubiic.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

To THEe DITOR OF T1111 OISrrLAND TIMES., Sin,-In some respects your .articlo headed "Agricultural Society" was voer much to the point and in. some respects I faniicy you wre some little distance oii' it, but i considr you hit tho right way Ivihcl you 'cam down upon that foolish and absurd rule which dloclares that all exlibits must have been iti the owner's ibssession' for at' least sink,montlis preceding the show and inflicthiicertubii I alns add pet oltiec in case of nond.coiipliance. I do not believe, sir, that there are two men 'in the listrict who will not isy that sucho'a absurdl restriction is more honored in the broach than in the observance,but what astonishes md, and, I daresay, ovory one els,o is ho wit got there. For m?y part I can only account for it 1ii d0e may, and that is that somb enthusiastic disciple of Captailn Gros has libb?t at one time it member, and that he plottod in secret how tc convert the North Gippsland Agricldtural and Ilorticultural Society .lito hn a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

SHLPPLXG INTELLIGENCEL PORT ALIERT. melvinat-ebnxlr ::. bee a, s 114 t,,n, a Patrick frem MIel. Lenune. Turbotil, Howdei oie Ce, tienr t~r~s -Feb a-c 7. KEinfa from ve elfourne: I Uiida nd 5r. CA-,s orLrade, GO 1 se ; r, b rice, i nej w; 5i oeoke and 3 kdad. boor. 32 pkra tea, 1 Lr treadce, 4 bares malt, 1 !i tserse tS·?anto, aad ,undr r ee s c.i. Eros.-Fdzrn:are `=.. Helen S. Pae, foer Ilo.. Town: 3'! -! (lenoc e, for Isobar. Ton :I h7-ti ceile. Ketna, for Mel!burne: 551 on r-ld dr..;.. CLEuo-ED Ott-FSct '..- =`. Helen S. Pae. for lielut- Tiw5. (hlene, for obart TuOtr. Kecra, fur MIbaeurn . eutnw.-Fcrn rare 3 Keen, 114 ton, S. Patirk, for Hclloent. Helen S. Page, 517 lose, T. Spring, fr Heinrt Town Glenno, 15$ tena, T. Lan, for Hobart Town.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

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

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

BIRTH. On the 3rd inst, at Sale, the wife of Mr. Jno. W. Whitcomb, of a son. On Sunday first the Rev. Mr. Login will     preach at the Presbyterian Church, at morn-     ing and evening service.

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CROOKED RIVER. 26th February, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

CROOKED RIVER. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 26th , February, 1862. This week my mining intelligence is meagre   for things are going on so steadily that I have nothing of importance to report. I may, how. ever, inform you that the ground or creek on which Stewart and Co. havo been working for sometime on the quiet has been discovered by Mr. Thomas M'Farlane. I think it very pro- bable that a rush will take place in the course of a few weeks.       Captain Carey arrived here on Friday after noon. He was looked upon as a kind of Go- vernment official curiosity, so seldom have we had the pleasure of seeing a real warden here. And to this I attribute; in a great measure, our goldfields becoming so depopulated, for the majority of miners will not work in a dis trict where they cannot have the protection of a visiting or resident wardon.   The election of members for the Mining Board took place on Saturday last. Captain Care...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE COMMITTEE of the Sale Mechanics' institute invite TENDERS for the ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF A BUILDING on the ground belonging to the Insti tute. Plans and Specifications to be seen at Mr. Reese's after the 18th inst. Tenders received up to April 1. (By Order) J. CHESTER, x 5 19mr liou. Secretary. I T may not be generally known that J. i. LEESON'S CIRCULATING LIBRARY contains BOOKS to suit all readers. The terms are 3s, Gd. per Month. 10s. per Quarter. x5mr WTANTS A SITUATION,-A V OOK who knows his business. A Station preferred. Apply to MR. S. CHRISTENSEN, Baker, York street, Sale. x5mrc FOLLOWED the undersigned from Sale, on the 23rd February, a SCOTCH TERRIER BITCH. Owner can have her by paying expenses. x5mr C. DU VE, Rosedale. LOST OR STOLEN. mWO POUNDS' REWARD PER _ IIEAD.-Chesnut Horse, brand either AN or N A near shoulder, white star on forehead. Dark Bay Mare, branded V V near shoulder, with Light Bay Filly Foal. If stolen. £5 reward each on ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. LAicE LnrtARn uTI.-There is now to water whatever in Lake Learmouth, or what was once the Lake. The water has completely dried up, and persons can pass from one side of it to the other dtry-footed. A sort of fine sand is wafted by the wind from the bed of the Lake.-J1allaarat Star, Feb. 22. Have the courage to own altered opinions, vou have no occasion to be ashamed of the change. Have the courage to hear what your enemies say nit you,. you will learn secrets worth knowing. The Bill, exempting from Custom's duty all gold imported into Victoria from other countries for exportation, was, on the motion of Mr. liaines, read a Tarst time in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday week last, and its second reading made an arder of the day for that day fortnight. It is currently reported that the Emigration Commissioners have received their appointments, and that thereby hangs a tale. which may account for anroe extaordinary changes of opinion 'within a very few weeks. The rep...

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The following additional intelligence is from the Geelong Advertiser. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

The following additional intelligence is froml the: C leong Advertiser. AMEIIIC.L Advices hlave ,bce re ccived t L-, the 1P4il inst. ?Vitti riegard to jl F ederal army, they have done absolitely nothilig. They areo regarding ?a?hll,tlcr fro i'the opposite shores of.the lotomna, and they have allpwedt io itsost faivotur!i le easconi of tllo rear.to pl?s anw y .withonit strikiiig cz dcqsi p bocv., iThe tqiree great egcnts of the month-as there has , been no' Federal vicoqry to. rccodl-have, been, IPresidenit Danis's address to the Soiitliern' Congi'ess,; President lincolin's address to the Nortliern Congress. dlld Mir' Secrb-: tary Chase's laue and imnpotent financial report. Thei nddresses aslpw the supe riority or the Presidc;t of the Southi's. "to thei fanibing dlui d aneudedcinded o f thie President of the North, and which: proi;esiliini to obe quite luequnl to" the pnosition in whihli the votes of a demo-. eraey have placed- hinl--to bestill Liien micre rustit attontey; nlad thle...

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NEWS FROM ENGLAND TO DECEMBER 26. DEATH OF THE PRINCE CONSORT. PREPARATION FORWAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

NEWS E X , m . ,Ar.`A.J D ". G · .D TO S CE1IYBER 6. DE A TIi OF TIlE :. P;R IN E CONS ORT. :PR EPA IR T'ION , We& tke . the follo1m1 ' fC-oi the, second edition of the A?gus of Tiurdday I27th February:-Ti By: thoe,'Thomris" Brown, froml, .th Maurititis, which arrived at the Ieands at eight n.m., we have news from Eng land to December 20. Prince Albert died onl14th DeCoiiiber, of typhoid fever, an Windsor 'Castle.: The Governor of the Mauritius lasi received diustructions to .prepare fobr war. War l ad not been declared by Eng land up to !ho .25th DCeember last, but active preparations were being made. Tho': November 'Mauritius mail ar I rived, via,"Marscilges and Southampton,. Soni the .5th 'and 'lith February; mosb punctualljy. ... LONDON. DEohBERa ?20. The year has, closed .upon us in gloom and sorrow. Thoe Prince Con Sort is dead, and tho'niotioe is gathering up all its, energies for a troineihdous strug~le, lid a bloody war'with 'N,rth 1 America; should the misguidlid C...

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THOUGHTS IN A GRAVEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

TIIOUGIITS IN A ORAVE. YARD. Can we iiaginti that tIhe Salo cImeo. tery could have created in the mind oE ,Ezra Barker the stiblinti thouights which we have copied from his works? There is but one step between sublimnity rind riilldnle, antId id could take these embodied th!oughts and read themn withimi the precincts of the Salo bury ing gr'diind and riot ficel that lie was ridiculing thosewbho slept unconsciously beneath. Every wdrd-every line con t:iius a ceisduro on,those who have had the inanagement.of fnan's last resting plhce, and all united; declare the utter abse~nce of Christian sympathlvditplayed by those who stand as obstroctives in the way of giving our burial ground at least the appearance of dcceniy and order. "A visit to tho city of the dead? IWhen rightly improved, is never witlhow its halhlowefi inhflence on, the ininld and heart. Ilf'we are giddy woith the vanitie of thie world, if the present.life seems a ceapleos .exis~tence, where ..wwe may itirin;e, onl istirbo...

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