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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

BIRTH. On 6th March, at Bairnsdale, the wife of Mr. F. W. Drevermann, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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CROOKED RIVER. 7th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) 7th March, 1862. I fully expected to have sent per this mail a full report of the Mining Board elections   I am unable to do so through not having re-     ceived the Omeo returns, which I expected yesterday. I however trust to be able to send them by next mail.   Things are looking dull on the Crooked   River, and, although some of the old claims are being re-worked in the banks and paying   well, there is not that energetic spirit shown   which might be expected from some of the prospects got. I attribute this in a great   measure to many men not having sufficient means to re-open a river claim, as well as to the storekeepers having altogether stopped credit dealing to strangers. It is generally believed here if a company with capital and worked by thorough miners would once set in, they would be well paid, and also be the means of caus...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

LATER NEWS. General Cameron has resigned his office of Secretary of W\ar in America, he having been appointed Minister to Russia. A telegram from Turin states that an agent of Cardinal Antonelli has been arrested at Leghorn. l)emonstrations are taking place in Roime in favor of King Victor Emmanuel. The Pope has just recovered from a slight at?lek of fever. Closing Consols 92~ to 93. The lirectors of the Australian Agricltural Comulpanv are unable at present to recommend a dividend. John Forbes and Co.. warehonsement of London, have suspended payment. The Black Ball liner, Indian Ocean, has been wrecked at Annestown, onl the Wexford coast. No lives were lost, but all the cargo has been, which was valuable. English extension of the money order system to Victoria commences on the 1st February. Tenders have been called for in Eng; land for one million six hundred thousand Government six per cent. debentures, the announcement of which reduced the present debentures half per cent. A meet...

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ARRIVAL OF THE R. M. S. NORTHAM, WITH THE EUROPEAN MAILS TO 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

-ARRIVAL OF TIIE R. M. S. NORTIIAAM, WITH TiliE EUROPEAN MAILS TO 26'Fr JANUARY. We take the following summary of 'events from the Age : No particulars yet to hand of the anissing December mail. Passengers to Melbourne by this mail:-Rev. Dr Pall, Dr llector, Messrs Creswick, Douglas, Little. 'Guinness, Duerdin, Capeot Alford, 1 Captain Weston, and 2dr and MIrs C. 'Griflith, in the cabin ; and the Leopold Family in the second cabin. The arrival of the January mail brings tontitrmntion of the surrender of the two Confederate Commissioners, and that there is to be no war. The English Government has accepted 'the surrender as satisfaction. The English 'troops arrived safe at 'Canadh. The Canadians, however, were armed to the teeth. The Pope declared on New Year's I Day'that he will never.yield an inch of !territory. M. Fould has introduced his budget. A gradual reduction of the army is to be brought about. The death if the y)tong Prince Jour, of Portugal, of typhoid fever, is re lpor'te...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

LAND` SALE. A public salo of portion of the property of the late Mr. It Fitchett; situated in the town ship of Sale, took plcen at the Club Hotel, on Tuesday, the 18th inst., by Mr. Burrows .auctioneer, Port Albert. The attendance was not very numnerous, and the bidding was con fined to those lots which were expected. to nmnko good business sites; the highest prices being obtained for those with a frontage to Y'ork Street. The following are the netual sales; some lots were withdrawn owing to the bids not having reached the reserve price, and for others there waLs no bid owing to an injudicious division of allotments : Allot 12, see 3, 2r, D. J. Leesos, £06 Allot 3, see 15, Ir 2i0p, J. MoNatighton, £38, Allot 4, eeb 15, Ir, ,J. MeaNaghtn, £42 Allot 5, see 15, 1r 20p, J. MeNaughtou, ££41 Allot 8, see 15, ?', S. Christenson, £100 Allot 9, sea 15, 2r, WV. H. Bray, £80 Allot 10, see 15, 2r,'A. Douglass, £03 Five lots of allotment 2, sootion 15, having ,a frontago to MoAlistor Street, ROf...

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POST OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. this o e fro On |Hour. Melbourne Wed. Fri. Sun. . adenn.ong...... , . Russes Creek... , - Sle ............... Te. , ,, p.m StraIford ........ - , ?n:Lorr........ ,, ,, Omcn ............ - Port Albert..... ,, 2 Alberton ......... , Tmrcrile ...... , Yarram Yarramj' ,, , Mait clo?e at: Hour. this office for Hour. p.m. Melbourne ......Tue. Fri Sun. 2.30 Da.deno ...... ? , Triealon ...... Rusell's Creek.. - Sale ..... ..... WdL ,, , 7 pm. Stratford......... - Lucknow ........ - " " Omeo ............ - Port Albert......i Alberton .........? ~ ,, » Yarram errain ,, N.B.--No stamps sold or lettero delivered or regitrreted on Sundaps. HENRY LUKE, Postmaster. PRoedale, 20th February, 1562.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ouraselves rosponsiblo for the opinions of our correspoudents. It is particularly requested that letters for the 'Timcs may b1 addresseO to the Edrron only (without mentioning any name), in order to prevent confusion. All communications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to returu rejected com municationa. TO TIE IEDITOR OP TOII OIPPSLAND TIMES,. Su,--It has becomo a sad and serious] question with me to know what I am to do with illy wheat this year. The digginga do not now contain one fourth the population of last year, and there is still a large quantity of old flour in the district. I am not the only one, Sir, that this question concerns; nany others are in the same fix as myself, and we are so allied by our dealings that it will affect others as well as ourselves. I ask, Sir, what are we to do ? I am an advocate for...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

IELBOURNE. (reoM OCts OwS COBBESPOrnDESr.) A glance throughithe metropolitan jours trill shew you that matters have not bec less flat and stale since my Last But then ono nalsu operandi in vogue in Melbot. which country districts might imitate r advantage. I mean that when the u0 matters of importance ore in so quies3 t state as not for the moment to need atteds People occupy their time by shooting Echl which will turn either to individual or pul' advantage, or both. In this way wt t Melbourne.Salting Company commenece, more latterly, the scheme of Mr. Burstall, secure fortnightly direct mail commuuictai with England. - The Inst has been before the public in the shape of report the first meeting held to. consider Burstall's proposals. Since thea the coe mittee appointed at that meeting have h:td interview with Mr. O'Shanassyand Mr. lIB and tie result has been that these init have, on the part of the Government, a; to support a Bill gamr.nteeing four per onl the subscribed capital, p...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

SHLPPL.\G ITh LLLIGENCE. POET ALDER . aas:rrja-u"-; 13. Ketraa 114to:: . boarae. Tcrnbfi , He a- andi Co, a _st= seers.. f .m Me'.bo-:.^ 2 L -. " C cast <, aLd 1 csee b zady, IT an_~ id 14 ~L eo ar, 13 tbar r:znt, 10 4 .aLC 1 s14t, :ad 7 btrrý t , 1 c:. e z J 3r. seek s;zr I bag c--4t a, I ba.li a : r ICS d bs 1 nh~s3and Iv 4.ci-cr,~ cc3 CL5-z`an !I:,dlrf free :Xd hat ^--'kcch 14 Frer Trader, fr H."b rt Tc'rri 17 Le3 harshf ltr.-ac FL(Cra, iC~r Elde~bcrrri : 3? w :M dll! AFree Trader, for Haberc Torn Miarchir14. Scem, for Mreibaerar. Keera, 14 tow, for March 15. Free Trader, 246 toys, J. Tecee, ic HabarI Tona.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

TO OUJ SUBSORIB3ERtS. SI'ho. Subsuriptionu for 183-1 are n&.v Due, and an e arly remittance i* re+3osted.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

COMM3ERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Me:as-. Kaysa -a Batc=at report : - F.' C ttle-1,314 head were yarded and sold. The balk in were light cows and rough bu-locks. On Tuesday prices were low, because the quality was wan.ti. On Wed- - nesday the qu-try improved, and for medium iasss the price -wa much better. To-day a prime lot of Colas catte w~e eered, and had to submit to a redeiern of nearldy lOe rr head, although heavier weight` than la?t week's. Prime blo-- sold franm £6 to £7 10s; medium do, £4 to £5 5; inferor do, 2 10s to S 3 10s; best cow?, £5 to £ 5s : medium do, £l to 1 4s; infere-r do, £1 1-i to £2 10s We sold 53 busnOcks (Anderson e) average, £4 la Cd. Calveir-A perfect glut; 221 in. Inferior, from So to l1s; good, 25s to 41s 6d. We vsod 3? a: tbee prices. Fat Sheep-Good ueality very scare?, and con eequently an advance in prie- Pine asheep 4 are likely to keep up. Number in 6,,000 ; of which the trade tool 5,f., ehipp;ers 20-,. country buyers 201; unsold 2.9. We eold for Jo...

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

THE Undersigned have on sale, in bond and duty paid I3randy, Martell's dark and pale lRumn, \Vest India Whiskey; Scotch and Irish, in bulk c and case Genera, J.D.K.Z,, first qiality, and li other brands Old Tom, Booth's lind BuDrnett's hI. Champagne, ntoselle, and hock, 1 La dozen e?ses W Claret, Laite's, and Johnson's (St. for Julian) Sherry, Duff Gordon, and other brands, in bulk Do do 1 anud 3 do. ca.sc ens Port, Ofiley's - grape, in bulk the Do Quarles Harris, 1 and 3 duocn eot cases Cr Ale, Bass and Co., Bartoli-on-Trent 38 Ale and porter, quarts antd pints, ltytsis and Bass Cyder and cordials, in bulk and * case tr Vinegari Chalnpion's et About 15 tons superior corrugated be galvanised iron, to be sold at at low figure. An extensive sind indreasing tride enables us to offer to the public the Or very best wines and spirits " obtainable, at a considerably reduced price. DUNCAN BIIOTIIEIRS, York Street Sale. a JOHNSON &. HOOD, w PORT ALBERTP, A HATE ON SALE: Wines, Spirit...

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

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TIHE NORTH GIPPSLAND S AGICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL PLOUGIIING MATCH will take place on a day in MAY, of which due Notice will be given. Prizes of £5, £3, and £2 will be awarded to Horse Teams, and a First and Second Prize of £t and £3 for Bullock Teams. LONHDEIRS of LAND suitable for the £ PLOUGIING MATCH are invited. 'rTenders to be left with the Secretary on or before the 5th April. CIIAS. R. SiBBALD, Hion. Sec. Sale, 30th March, 1S82. x'li mn c NOTICE. D EBTS DUE to MESSRS. BLAIR I Sand HAYES prior to the FirSt of November last not liquidated before Wednesday next, will be proceeded for in the County Court. F. WEI3I. 20th March, 1802. x2lmr TO BE DISPOSED OF BY TENDER. SIIE STOCK-IN-TRADE, Goodwill, HIorses, Cart. Harness, upon the premises lately occupied by Mr.B EAR?D, Spirit Mercha'nt, Raymond street, Sale. ''endlers to be sent into the office of F. WEBB, on or before Wednresday, ¶ the twenty-sixth day of March in stant, where further particulars will be a...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The opposition to the present \linis terial Land Bill is daily dying away. People have got tired of the subject, and, wearied by constant delay; they are snerly all anxious to have the Bill pass and take fresh action on the result of its ?torking. The barque, Summer Cloud, from Liverpool, was discovered to be on fire on the 6th inst., at Adelaide. Only a small portion of her cargo had been discharged. She was towed by a tug steamer to the Noith Arm. anld then scuttled. The orighi pof the fire has not as yet been discovered. The opernltic company, at the Tileatre Royal, appear to be well supported, and tihe production of first class muisic is duly appreciated by the Melbourne savaes. Vitncent Wallace's opera of Lurliue is reprcsented as a decided success.. 'Int answer to a question, put by Dr. Mackay to Mr. Dulfy, in the Assembly, tihe President of the Board of Land and Works replieid, ' That he would take steps to ascertain the practicability of opening a communicatio...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 18[?] POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

- C .. -til ;S. L. C j OMCE, SAL \ri-g a..-e. Oa _.Y--"- _ :..,r a.ttrr r'ýý=..... L c: aoa ..-..- , li Iour I'' -r - - "c Fi 13 ...... S- JOHNJ D. LESSON, Postaster. Yos:O~ce Sal, De 5, 351

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PETER PEEBLES v. PATHRICK NOONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

TER PEEBLES v. PATIIRIOK NOONE. asia Enrtron,-I haie been a reader o' Gippaland Timte frao the Tory first num. an I ant willin' to admit to my no sma' cation, an' therefor, I tak a sort o' interest 15 management an' general wealfare, an' that reason, I tak the leberty to write you the present time--no for the purpose o' -tin, or anything o', that sort, but, merely 10 ya a little friendly coonsel in a private idential sort o' way, Blair particularly in rence to a corresponldent ye would seem to ta'e, p iwi' by the name o' " 1'athrick lne." Noo, Maister Editor, I needna' tell that a mau's kent by the company he s, an' why ehoudna' the same general I apply to a newspaper ? Yo maun never at, Sir, that yer payper airkolates in an eat God-fearin' community, an' therefor ye o be crefu' aboon the ordinar aboot who k up wi' an what yoe prent. lisa l'etrik Noon seems to me to be a credit sebody, but, a acuaidal-lovli' mischief. i loon. I refer malo partiklarly to the e t Way in which he speak...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

"" EXCeSIO." FRIDAY, MARCII 21, 1S62. THE auditors' report of the proceed ings of the Victorian Association has plainly demonstrated that this political society is also a secret one, that its receipts and expenditure are not to be made known to any but the initiated, that the report of the audi tors has been dictated by an amount of special sophistry unequalled in colonial history, and that the con stitution of the society, if permitted to exist, is alike as subversive of true honor and honesty as it is danger ous to the liberties of the people of the country. The objects to which the auditors' report was directed were as fol lows ; ," ist, Whether the original object of the Association had been carried out ?" . In other words-Whether bribery and corruption had been used wherever there was an opportunity of so-doing. " 2ndly, Whether the funds had been judiciously expended in the promotion of these objects ?" In fact, to make such inquiries as the following :-Whether it was pru dent...

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POLICE NEWS. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) Monday, 10th March. INTERPLEADER.—COTTO V. BENNISON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

Bundalogua, March 19. POLICE NEWS. (Before Captain Carey, P.M.) Monday, 10th March. INTERPLEADER.-COTTO V. BENNISON. In this case it appeared that the County Court Bailiff had, in pursuance of a decree in the case Bennison v. Omiong, seized a num ber of cattle and horses, which he found in Omiong's paddock. Coto claimed the pro perty so seized and brought this case for his recovery. The Bench dismissed the case, Ilis Worship stating that he had no jurisdic tion in thie matter. Monday, March 17. ARSON.-Omiong was charged with setting fire to a wheat stack, the property of James Macguire. It was stated in evidence that prisoner went on the previous evening to the residence of a countrymen named Te Scha, and borrowed a box of matches from him. A short time afterwards, another Chinaman named DeHong was awakened by the barking of dogs. He rose and went outside to see what was the matter, it being a moonlight night. Maguire's stack was about thirty yards from where he stood. He saw prison...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS. be We are glad to see Dr. Hedley voting with T Mr. Hea'es in the division on the Educational ti Question. Dr. Hedley has fully shown his v( consistency in this matter, and will, we have no doubt, ardently join in one general scheme R of education, not requiring the management 01 of two central boards with their accompanying di extravagantly expensive staffs -Dr.--Mackay, l as usual, voted directly contrary to his pledge P' on the Educational Question. o0 to The Municipal Council petition now having received its full complement of names we can tl have very little doubt of its ultimate success and trust that those who have taken the matter in hand will not let the grass grow tl under their feet, but at once proceed to act o in conformity to the law in that cause made and provided. It would also be well if house holders and landowers who have not yet signed b should imnmediately do so, and not send the O petition forward' with the mere number required by law. Some few, who ...

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

iEAMI. TO .M EL. OURE. l1E fine screw steamship KEIRA. aillledve PoitAlbert sbonh tifter "..lbertat 80s, ead?. ? msbfoe t cils, ov eri -· ··:( Gold, fdrislhipinot, inist biiteroth the . Customs before 10 'o'lo . - the dcay'of sailint Return Ticketsik : .....L. : Available fo i 4 days.: `or ..freight or'Cipassagoe apply "to 'URNBULID, :IHOWDEN,' & CO; Vharf-sitredt, :PortAlbert.'=:;- a All goods ait 'c6niighes' 'r'rslkc' li nded: All od ~ýdiseliarged ifiunQt emoved frbin the vliarf. before 4, oclbckl. in., will be stbred. at consignees' risk ad , ..- , e pnse. TERMER TO TIM SMIITCIILL TIE steitiner EN P' IRPRISE Alfred . Morrisby Comiai~ der;. will loep?' he La Trobo, Briige evdry. :l'ied ortxing, at o'clolk, bharp, for. th oCabin P sso?i?gers ': £. 1.... Ste raige. .. . is (n.liding9 rfresls,? id..eff :, 9%REIOAI' : . a' Thiirty Stiillings(Ost) per toi: ;,:-,-.pa'yable;.o . delery, , t.' T, . 'WYl ' Od ointie ageaits at BairnsidTle fdr the; above Steamer, will take deliver:....

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