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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. Library, Parliament Houses, 26th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

TO TII EDITORI OF T1II OIP'PSLAND TIMES.' Library, Parliament HIouses, 26th March, 1802. Sm,-I take leave to refer to the enclosed extract- from your paper of last Friday. It says "Dr. Mackay, as usual, voted directly " contrary to his pledge on the Educational " Question." I shall not now refer at large to your con stant misreprescitaution of anic I merely now try to set you right, and ask you to tell theatruth, if you are at liberty to do so, .and if=you cannot do so, I have to ask you'to permit me.to do so for myself. The occasion you refer to is evidently the vote on Mr. Healca' motion to grant supply for six monlths only to the teachers of both systdms-the National as well as the Denomi. hational school systems. The ostensible, and, I believe, the real object of this motion of Mr. Henles was to try and force the Government to adopt some uniform systemu of education. If this result could have been brought about by this course, I would have voted for the motion, and, indeed, earl...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. It in particularly requested that l~tters for the ' ?Thzes may be addressed to theo EurTol ply (without mentioning any name), iin order to provent confusioln. All communuications intended for hiosertion must be authenticated by the namo and address of the writor-not necessarily for publication, but as aguarantee of good faith. Weo cannot uidertake to return rejected com I?tunicatioOns.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, Dec. 5, 1861. POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, Decc. 5, 1861. POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arriv at n Hour thi office from Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandenong ...... o ,,c, TtLralgon ...... Russell's Creok.. , - - Sale Tues. ,,, 3 p.m. Stratford......... Lucknow........ , Omneo ............ I - Port Albert...... ,, ,, 2 p.. Alberton ......... Tarraville ...... , Yarrcai Yarram ,i Mails close at On 0our. this office for p.m. Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 D)andenloug ...... Trtalgon ..... Russol's Creek.. ,, - - Sale ............... Wed ,, 7 p.m. Stratford ......... - Luckloo......... - , Olnco .. . Port Alberte..... . ,, Alberton ......... 'J'arraville .... Yaran. l ;t 'arram N..--No stanlp sold or letters delivered or regioteied on Sunilay. 1IENI1RY LUKE, Postumaster. Slosedale, 20th February, 1862.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

to LOCAL NEWS. ea SWe copy, from the Melbourno Exanmnesr,. the following pro foramd account sales of one thousand quarters of wheat shipped fromn i Victoria to Liverpool as furnished by Mesars. th .Mlkin and Co. of that port. By this it will be seen that the charges only amount to 1s. 6ýd. per bushel, including all expenses. It appears thet there is no allowance made for damaged grains or loss of weight, which if we i put down at 61d. per bushel (considerably di above the average) we shall find that the actual charges to a shipper are considerably Pr under those previously estimated. We are rather surprised that with such a margin for profit much larger shipments have not been tc made from Australia than has yet been.: Profornrd account sales 1000 quarters (480 lbs) 0 Australian white wheat, per- from Mel- ec bourne, consigned to-, Liverpool. 1861. £ s. d. S Dec. 23. By sale of 4800 centals f white wheat, weighing 00 lbs. per bushel, at c' 14s. per 100 lbs. ...... 3260 0 0 ji £ al.d...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

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

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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"Jericho Township, Jordan River Diggings, March 9, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

" Jericho Township, Jordan River Diggings, ,March 9, 1862. "I left Melbourne last November, intending to try what success 1 might have on the Upper Goulburn diggings. I remained on tile Dig River for about five weeks, without obtaining sufficient gold to pay expenses. I heard of a rush high up on the Goulburn, and started for it, carrying upwards of fifty pounds weigh?t-a mountainous country and no track. However, I arrived and found all the ground taken up, so I was obliged to move on. I picked up with some strangers, like myself, in searchl of payable ground We dis covered anothier streamn; I named it tihe Jordan, it being such a very hard road to travel. We got a payable pros pect, about sixteen feet sinking; since then the whole district has been rusher'. This river is taken up for fifteen miles -payable, I believe, for the greater part; and llnumerous other creeks are being worked and opened every day. Mlly claim is at the junction of one of those crceeks and a level piece of g...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

SINEW GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. We copy from the Melbourne Ar'guss two letters from the now Gippsland diggings, now known as the Jordan. The writer of number one comm unica tion 'is evidently in error as to the river on which the diggings are situated, as we know of several Gippslaud miners who were amongst the first arrivals, and who stated the stream to be the head of the Thnnpson. From wh:at we are given to understand, the diggings are not situated above forty miles fromn Russell's Creek, and we are only sur prised thab no exploration party has boeen senu ut from there ore this. We cannot conceive the necessity of getting supplies to those gold-fields fr?ln the Goulburn side, as provisions could be procured at a much cheaper rate front this, and we are anxiously on the look out for some move to be made in so desirable an undertakiug. Holders of grain hero vill have actually to tn dergo self-immolation under their own wheat sacks if they do not matke some exertion to open up a trade ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

TABLES OF THE AtIlIVATL AND DFPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1802. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at tisiOflice froml Ol Hour Melbourne ... \Mon. Thur. & Sat. 9 anm. losedalc ...... , , ,, Traralgon ...... 1 ,, Dndenong ... ,, Alborton ...... TarravillC...... , , Port Albert ... Stratford ...... Mondays & Saturdays 0.30 Luckiow. ...... , Omeo............ MI'ilS close at this Office for Oi Hour a.m. Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. lRoseldlo ...... , Trarlgon ...... , Dandenong ... Alberton ...... Tarnraville...... Port Albert ...,, Stratford ...... Mtondays & Saturdays Lucko w ...... Omeco ........

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

MARRIAGE.     On the 2nd inst., at St. Paul's Church, Sale, by the Rev. P. R. Simmons, John Wright,   second son of the Rev. P. R. Simmons, to   Emma, fifth daughter of John James, Esq., of   Hobart Town Tasmania.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) OMEON GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) OMEON GOSSIP. The past weok with us hero has been one of gaiety mingled with sadness. On Saint Patrick's Day we had races at the Dry Gully, and although neither iMormon, Plying Buck, or Flatcateher, made an appeoir ancc, yet the races were admirably contested. The New Rush Stakes were won by Mr. Cadell's Black Jack, rode by Mr. William ;fcNamara. For this event five horses ran. For a Gold Watch-five horses came to the sost. The winoer, Zouave, was admirably .idden by JMr. Michael McNamarm. The race for a New Saddle was quite xciting, as seven horses started, the winner of .shich, Mr. Worcester's chesnut, was rode by :mh owner, whose easy and graceful style of riding merited the encomliums bestowed upon hint. In the evening a free ball and supper was given at the Squatter's Arms Hotel, by Mr and Mrs. Simpson, which was most respectably attended, and a most agreeable evening spent' The great event of the we elk was the visit of the Bairnadale Cricket Cluh...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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OMEO. CRICKET. March 26, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

OMEO. (reOM OnR OiVN cORnESPOrNDENr.) CRICKET. * March 26, 1862. The return match between the Bairnadale Sd Omeo Cricket Clubs was played here at Friday, and resulted il a defeat to the Sirlsdale by 23 runs. The Rirnlsdale team arrived one Thursday on at Mr. J Day's Hotel. On Friday, at o'clock, tihe wickots wore pitched, and the irnedaleo men having won the toss sent their tponcnts to tlhe wickets, to the bowling of lhop and Ilate, who disposed of the wholi themrr for 31 runs. At the conclusion of o first innings of the Bairrsdalo team it war oved that the Omeo men were " there" at rwling and fielding-.the hast wicket down r 26. Things looked rather better for Omer thle conclusion of their seconld innrrings, i Inch they mn thlir score up to a total of 80, ten they weont to work and disposed of thoil als for 40 runs, making a total in two rngs of 66. il the evenimng the players met at diueln BMr. J. Day's, and continued till a Into hour. ho greatest good feeling prevailed durirng Ss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

[111I15 Partnership hitherto existing I between lIENILY BENNETT and (1 EN. JOHlNSfON, Storekeeper, of Livingstone Creek, Omeo, is this day dissolved by mutmutl colnsent. All debts .due bjy the said I'irm must bp ,rendered by thue 2th day of Ap ril next, or they Will not be acknowledged. And all debts due to the saitd Firm are re quesletd to be paid forthwith. Liviingstonei Creek, 0meo, 20th March, IG802. IIENIY IENNETT. B1EN, JOIINSON. \\'itness, J. lluOsb.wv. Smrlla FURNISHINiG & GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, SAL E. T E GIPP &ND HARDWARE i COMPANY beg respectfully to 01 call the attention of Settlers, Builders, and Parties Furnishing to their exten sive and well-irranged Stock of the undermention oods, viz.:- a Spunging, t, hip, and shower el baths : - Children's inised and oak do W0 Toilec eans,?as, and basins, in sets A 'Painted jug d basins " Tripod oak. wghstands Patent tubuI on bedsteads, single and doubl Children's cot , all sizes Nursery fendda st Coloni...

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HARE, THE NOTORIOUS MURDERER. HOW AND WHERE HE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

HARE, TtE NOTORIOUS MURDERER. HOW AND WIIEIlE HE DIED. The Canadian correspondent of the Scotsman gives the following narrative of William Hare, who was associated with Burke in the series of cold-blooded murders, perpetrated in the West Port of Edinburgh in the year 1828. About twelve or fourteen years ago, one of the E most popular and best-known men in Upper Cannada (from whose lips I have the following story) was travelling in the stage in the township of Eltfrid, in the county of Middlesex, C.W In the vehicle with him were two persons residing in the neighborhood. On entering into conversation with the one sitting next to hims, he discovered that he was the doctor of the district, and that hae had graduated at Edinburgh. Being himself a native of your city, the conversation naturally turned on Edinburgh aflfirs, and the Doctor having informed him that he had studied under Dr Knox, whose name acquired an unenviable reputation in connection with Burke and Hare, the circumstances ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

M1SCELLANEOUS. The English cricketers, "with the exception of WVells and Laurence, sailed tl by the Northam on Wednesday, thie 26th tiult. They were accompanied on board by a great number of the cricket ing gentry of Melbourne. Previous to , their departure a number of gentlemen lit assembled at the Cafe de Paris to say farewell and present to them an ad- o dress signed by the leading cricket clubs of Victoria. Mr. Pond presented S Mr. I. II. Stephenson, the captain, with " a handsome gold watch, and Mr. D. S. Campbell. on the part of Messrs Sands and M'Dongall, the publishers, pre- I sented to each cricketer a copy of the % volume of engravings of the scenes and si buildings of the colony-" Victoria n Illustrated." Mr. Laurence has sailed for Sydney to fulfil his engagement a. there, and Mr. Wells will return home by the ship Suffolk. 'The cricketers were loudly cheered by the passengers in the steam tug as the Northam weighed anchor. jo The Minister of Justice stated, on t Tuesday...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

(FROM soaNOTcr coRSProNDENT.) Smz,-The question has often been asked within the last two months whether or not the yiold of gold from our Gaiippslnd fields is falling off or not. We are compelled to answer yes, but at the same time must romind the questioners that our gold fields, like all others, must becomo worked out in time. The next question most likely to be asked, is, can we remedy thief Most certainly. By whlal means e Prospecting. Yes, says the questioner, but whore areo ive to goet our means from o I will endeavour to show you, Mr. Editor : Let those interested in the prosperity of our gold fields (and the whole community are if they only know it) assist in the organizatiol of a prospecting party. In a district like this nothing can be easier. It cannot be denied that the Sale tradesmen, and the farmers also in the localntity of Sale, have already felt tlI benefit of Mr. Howctt's discoveries. Let them then give what assistance lays inl their power. Mioney is not exclusivel...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

FIIIDAY, .1[',l, 4, 18;2. Fit. feverish oxcitemlent which existed during the dcbate on the Land Bill having ceased, the Mel bourne piress are now glad to take up any subject of minor importance, and coin a leader out of high lil'ed immoralities in Europe or any other subject which comes next to hand t that they can torture or embellish I into readable matter. The Land Bill t having so far advanced as to be be- a yond thie probabilities of defeat or cd material alteration, the three daily t metropolitan journals have, appa- n rently by common consent, agreed, f to await the result of its action, as 1 if dreading the responsibilities of; r again opening the ustn as toc its practicability or us Fi ness. Fr ourselves, we are now vithdunt asahte question in which we couldvfind mat ter of moment to interest our readers, and as far as our wishes are con corned, we hope we may long con- I tinue so, as it will enable us to fulfil i our mission as local journalists to t much greater effcct an...

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OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

" 01T ROADS. The fillowing letter from John Steavenson, Esq., Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, to Dr. Mackay, has beec forwarded to us for publication: " Roads and Bridges Office, " 3elbourno, 21st March, 1862. ."Sir,--I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 28th ult.. eunclosing a report from Mr. J. Wilkinson, as to a practicable track to the Crooked River gold fields in North GOippsland, anod to express my thanks for the information aflbrded. "Mr. Road Engineer Rawlinson, to whom I have shown the document, states that for present purposes a small sum, say five hundred pounds, couldbe usefully employed in clearing and sidelings on the present track, but recom mends that before any large expenditure is incursed the country should be thoroughly explored. " Concurring in this view it is my intentiosn, if the requisite funds prove available, tO pro pose an expen-diture for exploration iin the course of the year. , "\V With reference to the requirements it your p...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. annlVu:D.-- March 26. Eclipse, 1SO tons s.J. COlder, from llslart Town. 'assecngers-calbi : M r.. Cole, servant, aml 3 children. Miss Cole, ,Misses lJames (2), hMr. Ashton. Johnston and Hlood, agents. March 27. Keena, sa , 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel. boutrne. Turnbull, liowden and Co, agents. March 28. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thorn, fromn liobart Town. Turnbull, Howden, and Co., agent. IstronTs.-M-arch 31. Eclipse, front Hobart Town : 10 bags oats, 1000 feet sawn timber, S cases green fruit, 2 cases eonfectionory, 1 case boots, 1 iron tank, 2 carriages, 50 bushels malt. March 27. Keera, from Melbourne : 1 qr.-cask cyder, 15bags sugar, 2 bags rice, 2 boxes and 1 pkgo tobacco, 2 cases cotlee, 4 qr.-casks and 4 cases wine, 5 barrels and 1 hhd. beer, 2 cases old tom, and sundry free goods. SMarch 28. Free Trader, from H[obart Town: 6 cat. hay, 10 bushels oats, 200 palings. EcxrorTc.-March 27. £ Eclipse, for Hobart Town : 80 head cattle. March 28...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

£5 . E W a D. A REWARD of FIVE POUNDS will be paid by the Trustees of the BOTANIC RESERVE, on the conviction of any person or persons found damaging the Fence, Sale, 4th April, 1862. a4.lSap CAUTIO1N. I CHARLES SEEIIUSEN, hnving , on or about the 15th of January, 1 1862, lost an order drawn by Mr. Juo. a W. Simmons on M1r. Johnson of Mlew burn Park in thvour of Win. Lambun, and dated 31st December, 1862, hereby caution any person from presenting the said order, as payment has been stopped by me. Bruthen, 31st March, 1802. a411ap SALE TUB. CLUB. TIIE QUARTERLY GENERAl, MEETING will be held at the ROYAL EXCHANGE HIOTEL. Sale, at Two p.m., on the 9th inst. WM. PEARSON, lion Sec. and Treas. Sale, 1st April, 1862. a4ap KEROSENE LAMPS AND OIL. THE GIPPSLAND IIARDWARE COMPANY RHAVE JUST RECEIVED a Fine Assortment of the above CHEAP and USEFUL LAMPS, including Dining - room, Hanging, Side, and Billiard do. Also, best Kerosene Oil, Wicks, Chimn ies, Ground and Plain, all sizes ; Globes and O...

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CROOKED RIVER. March [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 April 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 28, 1862. I again have no mining news of importance and although we have plenty of news of expected new rushes, those working on the River appear to be quite satisfied with what they, are doing, and prefer remaining where they are to leaving for any of the new ??? until they are properly opened. Isaac's Creek, situated to the ??? Wombat Flat, is now being worked by (some) of our old River stagers, who are getting the finest sample of gold yet obtained in the district, it is of a nuggety nature and a (delight?? ful bright color. It is to be regretted the creek has not been supplied with water. Mr. Isaac Mira, accompanied by ??? Freeman, are again out prospecting, and is no doubt they will be successful, for Freeman and Mira are good bushmen and great credit is already due to to them energy they have displayed in prospecting different creeks in the locality. I am sorry I have this week to [relate] most unfortunate occurrence which to[...

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