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MATCH AT BILLIARDS BETWEEN ROBERTS (THE CHAMPION AND HUGHES—1000 UP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

ROERTS (TtFE CIIAIIPIONi AND t RIUGHES-1000 UP. L' On December 10 an excitiug mnatch was played at. Robert's rooms, Savilleohouso Leicester-square, in the predcnce of a very t numerous assemblage; in fact, the' large saloon was crowded, to'use a strong plhrase, to the ceiling, ah is always the case when the I chanipion 'plays a athatch. On this ocesion, Mr. Ifobrts gave Charles HIughes 3I7 points in 1000, Roberts was in fine play, Hughes being evidently: tilid. Roberts comWiouced early with a 50 break, when .£70 to £40 was offered on him, .aul it was thought he would 'score the thatfirst 100, but Iughe pulled oit with a I, and so .far disaplnitoreii the champion's admirers. In the second 100, however, Roberts, in his own peculiar Way, got up to the spot,. and imade; a fine breakpf 160, landing 10 and 13 spot-strokes in this break. Hughes now made a 21, 2:1, 20, 21, &e;, and Roberts brought off a 41, and closed his break with a scientifie dolble battlk; he then had a 30, 21, ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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POST OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

POST.OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive atj On Hour thli office from I Melbourne ......! Weid. Pri. Su. 7 pXih. Dandenoug ...... Tiraalgon ...... Ruseul's Cree.. - - Salt .......... Tues. ,, 3 p.m. Stratford ........ . - Lucknow ... - Omeo ............ - rort Albett...... ,, . , ,, 2 p.m. Alberton ......... Tarraville ...... ,, Yarrarn Yarramn , Mails clote at On .our. this office for Melborne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 DaCdenog ...... ,, 1 ,> Traralon ...... lRusell's Creek.. , - - Sale .......... Wed. , 7 p.m. St ratford ......... - Lucl;now ......... - Omeo ............ - Port Albert..... Albertou ......... Tarniville ...... Yarrain nrratni . N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered to Sundays. HENRY LUKE, Postmasta r. Iosedale, 20th February, 1862.

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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

S(ROM ANOTBniien fORRESPONDCaT.) It may be iuteresting for many of the Timtes readers to hear that the Emily Ellen arrived hero on Tuesday last, from Melbourneo, with a full cargo for Messrs. Drovermuan, Cameron and Co., with the excption of a sodawater machine for Mr. Jamnieson, Sale. The' little craft will take a cargo of produce from hero and Straford ,to Melbourne. After another trip or two an Insurance Companiy, in ,Mel bourne, will insure at a moderato premiunm. I may also mention that some parties, not favorable to this navigation, have tried every means to make the plucky owtier'of the craft give up his enterprise, having, for instance, written to the owner's relations exaggerating the dangers of the coast, lakes, &e. Mr. Roadknight's son is, with another young sailor, in the craft, and it speaks volumes for the practicability of the navigation, that a gentle. nrian, lii'inig leosk to the entranco, entrusts his own son in the craft. , "I have also to inforth you that...

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

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

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

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opiioons of our correspondents. It is particularly requested that letters for th Ties many be addressed to thle EDITOn only (without mentioning any natih), in order to prevent confusion. All commouinications iittetided for iisertion must be nuthonticited by thlie name and address of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We cannodt undertake to teturn rejected com mulications. TO Te? EoITOR OF TIE OGIPrELAND TIIES. Srn,--Beiilg at Bairnsdale a few days ago, and hearing that a Court would be held ther6 that day, I thought that as I had an hour or two of spare tilit on my hands I wodld pay the temple of justice a visit. Accordingly, the locality being strange to min, I inquire? its whereabouts, and onas directed to a barn liko edifice, on entering which, the first object which mot my gezo was a now official in a blue coat and spotless white inexprodsibles peranmbulating up and dlown in ...

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CROOKED RIVER. 18th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FOam OUR OWi. COREScPOrnenE T.) 18th March, 1802. I received the report of the Beaochworth M?niing Boird election immediately after .tho departure of the mail for Sale., The report is copied from an olffoial one, onnd catrie to hand vid Omeo. 'I annex"tho nnmeso of the;dan. didates, with thel numbers polled for each : Mr. J. G. Graham .8 ' 1l 11 23 ,,.P&ter Grant'... . 0. 11... 10 .30 A^',, A: II. MIntyro :0 . 0 .0 0 ,, . P. Newnan 17 14:1 i1 45 You will perceive that Mr. Nownan was reotiined by a niajoi.ity of fifteeni over Mr. Peter Giant, trhe had a majority of five over Nownan at the Crookdd .River. , r.'A. If McIntyre did nct securo a single' olo. Mr. MeFarlina, who discovered the locality where Stewart, Heildrio & Co. have been working, haA returnod,'iand is I, satisfied with what prospects he has ohtiined there, that he is roturning with efilllioe, pir,,i?ioan to last for sos.o time. lie di,1 nit tell me the lis. taneo from hero, but' ii amigui...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

SIIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARinr.?tD.-Miarcbh 1S. Glencoe, 150 turs, T. Laug, from FTobairt Town. Pasaeigers - cabin : .Miss 3Jessup. Turnbull, Howden and Co., ageuts. March 20. Keem, a , 114 tions, S. Patrick, from Mel. bourne. Turnbull, HIowdenu and Cr, agents. rtronrs.--March 1S. Glencoe, from lHobart lown : 1700 palings, 5 boxes green fruit, half ton potatues. 2 tomb stones, 1 bag onat, 1' package furniture, 30 fect timber. March 20. Keear, from Melbourue : 10 cheats, 23 half. chesIts, and 13 boxes tea, 10S b?gs a lgar. 4 bags mrialt, 43 bags rice, 13 caaes geevar. 5 cases biandy, 2 cases and 1 sack ceic, 2i hhds, 9 caaks, and 3 ciires beer, I half tierce. 1 cash, I box, and I packaga tobacco, 11 cases whisky), 6 cases wine, and sundry free goods. rXroanr.-- March S1. Glencoe, for Hobart Town : 0i head 'cattle. t.EAR.nn our.--March 21. Mecra, for Melbourne. Glencoe, for Hobart Town. sartrna.--Marih 21. Ker?ra, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Melbourne.

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

TLBLS OF THE AnRlIVAL AND UEPARTUIURE U INLso DUAL3, 16S2. POSr OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at On Hour thliOfice frion n Melbourne . Mon. Thur. & St. m. ioujedlle ...... ? Ta'algo u.... , - Danludenll6lng ... ' Albcrton ..... Tarrnville ...... ' lrt Albert ... p.m. Stratford ..... MondIlTa & SaturIdav 0.30 M'eflourne ... TJuC. 't Fri. i 11.30 Sat S.p.li. Dandeong .... ,, ,, I Alberton ...... TIU Iri oII °, ...... | ' , ', on Alberto .. , ,, , Stratford ...... iolaays &Sturd ,, Luciknuw ..... Omo - 011,wo ........ JOINI 'LEESON, Postumater. Post Office, Sale Do:. 5, 1861.

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

T?1OlA Cc.O!-TOBAOCco S TOBACCO! Of the following Descriptions ean only be had of C, REiESE & CO., RAYMOND iTREET, SALE. Genuine hdrrett's Twist, Gs. per lb.; Swan Twist, 5s. Od. per lb.; St. GeorgF'd Negro Twist, Gs. Ud. per lb. Atlantic Cable, or the non plus ultra of all tobaccos Cameroui's Solaed Victoria aRid Domestic Aromatic Fruits and Flowers, or real Virginian Roll Tolacco .The above,are warranted all to be of tho Best Virginsian Learf. Turkish, Birdseye, C;vendish, Honeey dew, N erohead, Kanater, in great variiety, cut, atnd guaranteed to be of the best quality, }ions as. to 8s. per lb.. The Cigar,Departnient consi?ts of = Los Dos Carba:jalssl , 'El DeTsignio, La Fidelidad, Ugue " Ormoud, Swiss, Manila, ilanºias, and a variety of othersi Also, a Good Assortment of tie best Snuffs, consisting of- -lardham's ho. 37, Black and Brown Rappge, Scotcli aifd Scented Scotch, PIrinces Mixture, ~ndii Genuine Lund. Foot or Irish Snuff. The stopk of Tobacconist \Vare is, withou...

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THE MESSRS. BREARLEYS' TANNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

THIE MESSRS. BREARLEYS' TANNERY. In copying the following from the Geelocg Chronicle we feel nuch plea sure in having to congrat'ulate the i Mcssrb. Brearloy on their success since their first enterprise on the Tara river ° in South Gippsland. It appears that c they have been fortiunate iii removing 1 to i neighlborhood ivhceio there was more roem for their skill and energy, and we wish them every syccess in their I uildertaking. "On thli pl6asant Ibanks of the I3arivon River, between three had four miles fronl the Market-square, and on the southern shore, may be observed a large tifctory, with a tall shaft or I chimney standing out like a land-mark for the spice of twenty iniles around, and a collection of butick 'and wooden bhildings, which gives an impression at first sight that it is the nucleus of at thriving village springing up. Seven years ago the banks of the river at this spot were as free from any, appeariance oit civilization, or settlement. as in the time of the tlrst a...

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

MISCELLAANEOUS. The most important lirinciple involved in the new Land Bill clause, which con Tbrs an enlargement and fixity of tenure iupon the squatters, was detinitely settled, Ias far as the Assembly is concerned, on W'ednesday, the extended period of oc 'copatiot being limited by a majoriy of one vote, to ten years. Messrs. Aspinall and Humffray voting with the Govern meit in opposition to the amendment moved by Mr. Service to reduce the period for which the lands should be given over to the pastoral tenants of the Crown for three years. The scene which ensued upon the annoinbeinont of the result of the division, mtoy be fairly said to have baffled descrilptidb. Most cer tainly nothing that occurred vithlin the walls of Parliament in the storisiest days of 'the land agitation, was at all comparable to it. For quite a couple of minutes the cheering and counter cheer ing vwas most vociferonus, not ifhere 'con ventional "hear, hearing," but vigo6ous hurrahs, such as the throats of...

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

Sale, March 21, 181i2. I THE undersigned, do hereby give Notice that after this date I will not bo re3ponsible for any debts con tracted by my WIFE, MARGRET DAVIES, she having left her home. 28 mr JOHN DAVIES. CIL CEE T. PUBLIC MEETING OF TlHE IN[IABITANTS of ItOSEDALE, its Vicinity, antd Others interested ini the Manly Gam'e ofOCriciket will be leul at the IROSEDALE 110TEL, at Seven o'clock p.m., oil the 29th inst., to take into consideration the advisability of forming a Cricket Clutb in the losedlale District. x 21 28 mr PRELI?iINARY NOTICE. HIE NO'RTII GIPPSLAND 1. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL PLOUGIIING MATCH twil 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 Tneanms, and a First •and Second Prize of £5 and I;3 for Bullock Teams. fI1ENI)EIRS of. LAND suitable for thl . PLOUGLI[NG MAT'CH are invited. 'i'Teders to be left with the Secretart ou or before the 5th April.. CIIAS. It. SIBBALD, Hion. Sec. Sale, 30th Ma...

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BAIRNSDALE. 23rd March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

BAIRNSDALE.       (From Our Own Correspondent)   23rd March, 1862.   ???ming a correspondence in your   ??? have the most cheerful intelligence ??? to yourself and readers, and those ??? cularly interested in the progress of ??? ppsland—that the enterprising cap- ??? -owner of the schooner Emily Ellen   ??? performed a most successful trip ??? ourne to this township. She arrived ?? nesday, the 18th inst., which event ??? an era in the future annals of this ??? township. And from the success ??? attended this trip, it is the inten- ??? owner of the Emily Ellen to con-   ??? trade which augers so favorably.   o of produce from this has already , 1 as return freigiht to Mlelboorne.o E rtst fooact shows what confidence d rested haver in this enterpris0. If 0i your more densely populated town- ii also to aim at a like enterpriso, the .d of the lakes and rivers of North. ti...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

€lKc (Bipjhw 1in mc. u EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1862. As far as the Assemblyis concerned we may now look on the land ques tion as settled. We do not believe that the Council will throw any ob struction in the way of the bill be coming law, as they will be only too glad to secure their mortgages on runs by the moans of a specific ten ure, which the granting'of ten years leases will ensure for that period, if not for ever-or at least so long as any rent is paid. For ourselves we are pleased that this vexed question has 't length taken some tangible form, and we congratulate the coun try at having in any way emerged from the difficulties pith which it was s'rrounded. For the result we must now await the practical work ing out of the bill, as on tlhe manner of its being placed in operation will depend, in a very great measure, its good or evil influences. We are perfectly aware that some of the most able men in the colony were united tgether in the construc tion of the new Land Bil...

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

LOCAL NEWS. A journey froih S~ole to Port Albert at this season of the year is all veiy well. 'The roads are dry, holes and stumps can be avoided, and with the exception of the sand hills, which are both long and steep, travelling is easy and safe; biit argingu prospectively, we tire sure sonme considerablo portions of the road are worse than ever they were, and that, this coming winter will very soon show. The road from Woodside to lillie's Leaf cannot be worse. It now requires some steering to get through, nevertheless, there seems no prepara tion for ninking it passable during the ensuing winter. A large sum of money has been laid out close to Tari-iville, but a great deal more has to be done before the highway is passable. In fact paying toll on Tarraville bridge, is paying a tax for what is to be, not for whnt'is at present. The trunk road between Wood siy and Lillie's Leaf is now coenpletely use -lass. Every few hundred.yarda the traveller sees before Ihin two long poles formn...

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CRICKET MATCH BETWEEN THE SALE CLUB AND THE ELEVEN OF SOUTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

CRICKET MATCHi bTWEEN THE SA.LE CLUB. AND 'l'HE ELEVEN OF SOUTH GIPPS. LAND. On Saturday last, the 22dnd lust., the return match between the North and South Cippe. land cricketers, was played on the ground:of the South Gippslaud Cricket Club, at Port Albert. .The day was beautifully flue, but the attendance df visitors was not nearly so large as we expected to see. So much h;l been lately written abouo cricket that we are inclined to believe our 'readers are getting wearied of the weekly reiterations of the Colonial press. Vo will therefore eonfne ourschies to a iero areport of the scoring, and whilst we have again to record the defeat of the North Gippsland players, we do so with the assertion that it was their own fault, that they had. the gaino iA their own hands, and that from want 6f that constant practice to. gether, and concentration of interest in the game, they permitted the senior clubs to win the honors 6f tio day. 8ALr.-F-PIT INNINGS, IW Patton, b. Duval ...................

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

'STEAM TO IM.iELBOIWTNE ('mI finS screw stedlhnhip IKEERA L will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. 'orses tdill be cdrriied to or fom.Port - ». : ,-++ . l.er.ib0?eti; , eack M:"t , Treigl t-Cold, . 2d per "ounce. Par-. cels der 200.ounces, 1l. Gold, for shipment, must be.entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day'bf sailing. Rdeturn Tickefs.... ......;..£5 Available for '1~ dhys. .For freight or passage jpply+ to ,uIItNBtLL, IIOWDEN, &- C6., \Vallrf-street, PdrtAlbertt: All goods at 'consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed'froni the whairf befere 4 octlock p.m., will jifstore'd at coinsignees "isk and expense. a o STEAMER TO TirEP MITCHELL .. ND TAmBO. i13E s?teamr EN'lTERPRISE, Xfiehd 1 Mdrisliy Comiimander, will' leavo the.La Trabe Bhide'devery Tuesday norning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the bove. FARES:: Cabin Prsengdrs .. diOb. Stetrae; .. . ? 1 ls. (l-tlidtq trfrefsisents); FREIGHT : Thirty Slhillings (30s.) per ton payable 'abn~dllv...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 March 1862

COOIMERCIAL . MELBOURNE 3MARKET'S.- . I. FLoun, GO.sN, '&c.-M- r W. Lvrdonce t reports :-In London, on the 18th January, T the average price of Wheat was Gls 4d; the I umaximum price for best foreign, 75s per T quarter; in Liverpool, Californian wheat was R ealeable at Ss; it is therefore not unreasonable S to assume that prime Australian wheat L rhotild fetch is Sd to 9s per bushel, a 0 euflicient" margin to induce shipments fironm hence; two years short harvests at home, a secority in France, and the prospect of great T deficit in next year's Crop of cereals in - America, go for to colfirm the idea that low prices will not rule for some time to come, even with an average crop ne.t year in Europe. The impotl:s of the past week more properly belong, to a great extent, to that of .j the former, but not entered in time. They consist of, 150 tons flour, 5600 bushels wheat (the latter for transhipment to England), 3000 bushels oats, and 8000 bushels bran. The exports -are elsewh...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

TO TI?E EDITOR OF THoE OIPPELAND TIMES. Sin,-The Guardiant now seems to make a great to do about a tramlway from Sale to Port Albert, and supposing that petilc journal to be the represeutativo?'f the wishes of the people of the lower distrimt, we can evidently soo tlhat even condescendiug to circulate untruthe is not beneath, the attempts of the unscrupulous upholders of a time worn monopoly. Bolster up Port Albert as they may they cannot make it even a harbor of fourth rate statiding, except for wracks, groundings, and shifting channels. I have neither a wish nor a desire to abuse Port Albert, but if the ball is thrown by them I shall be sure to pdreserve my stumps, and rotaliate by a shooter. It is unnecossary for me to report all thed wrecks whiclih havo occurred at Port Albert since its first opening, including two steamors, by one of which I, as well as others, suffered considerably.I,.1. say let these .rest in peace as admoires po;r servir for somoautu're historian of the doin...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

TO THE EDITOc R OF TIIE 01PPSLLAND TIMES. Sin,-TlThrough the medium of your valuable paper we would like to caution the public, diggers, and storekeepers, against giving credit or lending money to three individuals who have just left this district: We allude to sou disant quartz reefers of Russell's Creek who, we believe, started for the Jorduan diggings on Monday last, leaving debts to various parties who could ill afford to lose by their impositions. They have been doieng pretty well in an alluvial claim, which they sold previous to decamping. These and such as these destroy all confidence between digger and storekeeper, and are a bane and curse to honest hardworking men, who may often, from dire necessity, require assistance. Cases of this kind here, we are happy to say, are uu. frequent, and, we trust, that this exposure will benefit not only the defaulters but the public generally. We remain, Sir, Your obedient servant, DIGGER & STOREKEEPER. Glongarry Diggings, 30th Mar...

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