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

COMMERCIAL. IMessrs. Kayo and Butchart report :-F.at Cattle-Last week's supply being followed by a heavy stock, this caused a great depression. In fact, orlinary cattle never were lower. A lot of prime, sold on Wednesday, ranged from £4 12s 6d to £6 15s for bullocks, and £4 5s to £6 2s Gd for cows. Number in, 1365 ; of which country buyers took a portion. l'rices -For good bullocks, £3 to £3 15s; low class ditto from 23a to 40s; cows about the same. We sold-Oven's River, 148 from 23s to 44s; Port Fairy, 180 at £3 15s round; odd lots, 20 from £2 to £4-total, 343. Calves-103 in. We disposed of 97 at-for prime, 34s to 35s; ordinary, 18s to 30s. Fat sheep--The market was very fully stocked with about 8000, none of which were prime, arising from the bareness of the country near town. Good sheep will be high if this weather continue. IBet wethecrs ranged from 15s to 18s; medium do. 12s to 13s; light do. 9s Od to 110 Gd; ewes 9s 9d to 12s. We sold 4 half-bred wetliers, fattened on the natu...

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

CAM TO MELBOURNE. E fine screw steamship KEERA will leav?: Port Albert every. AY. es will be carried to or firomn Port .Albert at 30s, each. ht--Gold, 2d.',per .ounce. Par 4.1a,over::OQ0wnglif),lqd. :,L.msbeforo.1O o'clock a.m. o day of sailing. eturn Tickets.............£5 Available for 14 day. r freight or passage apply to NBULL, IIOWIjEN, & CO., f-strcet, PortAlbert. goods at consignees' risk when d. All goods discharged, if not red from the wharf before 4 o'clock will be stored at consignces' risk xpense. a c EARER TO THE MITCHELL AND TA~IBO. E steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred ilorrisby Commaander, will leave a Trobo Bridge every Tuesday ing, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the FARES: bin Passengers .. £1 10s. ecrago . . 1 is. (Including refreshments.) FREIGHT : hirty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable, on delivery, Parcels, 2s. 6d. McARDELL & RAPIIAEL. NOTI0E. ESSRS. DREVERMIANN, CAMERON & CO.. being np. ed agents at Bairnsdalo for the Steamer, will take delivery of, n...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBaLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. DMr. Fraser gave notice that on the nm next evening he would ask whether gi Mr. H-Iowitt's party would be disbanded it on their return. M[r. lWood, in anaswer i' to a question, said that the case of the at two individuals who were sentenced to TL eighteen months imprisonment for per- A sonation at North Melbourne was under el his consideration, and he would announce cc his decision next week. T MIr. O'Shanassy said that the des- si patches of Walker and Landasbrough, e received by the Victoria, would be laid p on the table in a few days. They were b, now printing at the Government printing si office. P Mr. Fraser called the attention of the si Chief Secretary to the fact that the p appointment of the Board, recently tl formed to inquire into a charge of con- a spiracy against Sergeants Brown and n Kelly, was said to be illegal, as it had It been constituted of Commissioners, who fi were heads of departments and the c friends of the, Commiss...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. tEDNESDDAY, APRIL 2. Mr. Mitchell, in moving the second reading of the Gold Export Duty Act Amendment Bill, said he was aware that hon. members were opposed to the reduction of one shilling an olnn:c, but that they were aware of its being part of the Government policy, and that they must be thoroughly aware of the serious consequences likely to follow its rejection. Mr. Fawknier considered thie gold duty a reasonable impost. It was not a tax, but a royalty. However, rather than trust the goveremont for a second time into the hands of a." low cla.s Ministry." whose endeavors to elevate the cannaille at the expense of menu of property had nearly ruined the colony, lie would withdraw his opposition to the Bill. Mr. Straehan supported the 1ill, anlli contended that the duty ought to Ie abolished without delay. lr. Feollows addressed the oe ouse in opposition to the objects of the Bill, but said it seemed to be arranged that the measure should) pnass, and therefore i...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

I MISELLANEOUS. BATrLAAAT R.tLwA.-''lhe official inspection and opening:'ofthe Geelong and Ballnarat Railwany line took place on Monday. The Engineer-i,-Chief, llMr Higinbotham, the Conmissioner of Railways, and a number of other genitle men, travelled by a special train right through from Geelong to allaenart;, lnmcheoning at the Mloorahool. The rcsult of. the inspection was very satis factory. As we.have before anomunced, the line will be publicly opened on the 10th inst. Tl:*'It iler,BOURNite 'AND Sunur.n.t RAItLwAY CoLPaANY nhas ceased to exist, except iiin liquidatio. On Monday, at-noon, the roomsn of Mcners Fraser andt Cohen were cronwdedl with mercantilo men-- most of themn being attracted to witness the consumnination of the company's misfortunes. After reading the conditions of ais', the upset price was announced at £46.700, this bein in fact the amount which would sulieo to satisfy the reduiced clhims of the open creditors. The first bill (the anunounced limit) was made by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

TOPARErITS AND.OGUARDIANS. ' ,TANTED, an intelligent Youth V na fin A PPRIEN'TI'Ii. Apply to W1iL H. . "VIZE, Cheotist, Raymond Street, Sale: al lap A 'R S @LE, GENERAL STORE, SROCF'RTES OF EVERY DES T CIIPTII N at the LO\1ES'I' POSSIBLE PRICE, sound andigen uine. SDRAPERIES in great variety. This Departlment will be largely angmented in a few weeks, Mr. S. having just gone through to lMelbourne to select per sounlly the Winter Goods. CROCKERY in large variety. IR1N ONG lERY, itncluding Sauce panus, Ten - kettles, Picl;ks, shovels, Spades, American Axes, Nails, Tin ware, &ic., .*e. BOOTS AND S-TOES. This Dc lpartment is well supplied with every description of first-class goods, which, for prico and quality cannot be sur passed. ." The remainder of the Sumnmer Stock Selling offl DEAD BARGAIN. Smith's General Store, FOSTER STREET, SALE. M.?. W7. iEG B REG to inform the Inhabitants of NOIT'L'li GIPPSLAND that he is now prepared to vive Lessons in lTheoretical and Practical Musi...

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JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. [?] Sale, [?] 1861. POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

:JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. I'OST-OFFiCE, ROSEDALTE. Mails arrive at this ofice from On -Hour. elboune .... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandenoug ...... ,, ~ Trlnalgon ...... n Vestbu y ...... » ,, , Sale .............. Tues. ~ n p.m. Stratford.......... ,. -- » airlsdale ...... , - Omeo ............I , ort Albert ..... ,, , 3 p.m. Alberton .......... , Tar?;ville ...... n Yl'rr.un Tarram 1 MFails close at this office for Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Daudeog ...... ,, ,, ,, ,, Traralgou ..... , Westbury .... Sal ............... Wed.,,,, 6p.m. Stratford...... airnsdulo .... - Omeo............ Port Albert..... Alberton .......... Tarravillo ...... Yarram Yuarramr

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OMEO. April 2, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

..,. . OME Q. S ('roat r ia o6 o noRnti Sronn.)' I am soriy'agin to reco rd fatal ccident whichI hIIponend near to Toagoo station on Sstuinay last. A mob of store cattle, from Omoo station, hid reached Tougeo, ca route to lelbourno, and had'. started early in the inornlig, ahed lno of the piick horses sund denly turned back towards Tr'geo yard,-the manr in charge, Samuel Wardn, rode off, and :edeavouring to turn the pack horse his horse foll, and crushed him so severely that his deithl ivhs aihnost instantaneous. I "ari not aware wohat "steps were 'taken to hold an inquiry as to tihe cauoe of dleatli, as or' Police 'it strate is "still absent upon l'ae,; and having no Resident Justice in the neighbour hood, when anything serious occurs, we have oiil3y to 'rait paticutly ;ild allowv matters to take their ceourse, without the inhabitants of the district take some decisive action upon the matter, and draw the attention of the Govern ment to tlre neglect with which we .are troetcld. :' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered on Sundays. HENRY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 0th April, 1802. BRANCH BANK OF VICTORIA, SALE. TlHIS BANK will be CLOSED on Friday, 18th April, 1londay. the 21st April, and Wednesday, the 23rd April. All the above being public holidays. allap NOTICE OF REMOVAL. C. 3.~5SE & CO,, BECG to .informn their Friends and the Public that they have REMOVED to their new Prem?ises in Raynsond street, next door to MR. IIANNA, Baker. ' antap c A G EN T L E MAN, thoroughly versed in General Tuition is open to an engagement in a Private Family. Address B.A., ollice of this pap.r ,whereereferences can be obtained. al lap e PERSONS FAVOIL3AII,7 to a S IEGA'TTA for 1863 are re quested to ŽMEET' at the IROYAL EISXClRANG II OTEL on ''Thursday next, the 17th inst., at Three p.m., to appoint Stewards and arrange pre liminaries fbr carrying out the fore going object. a Llap TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Subscriptions for 1862 are now Due, and an early ...

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FROM PATRICK NOONE [?] TIMOTHY MURPHY. Wintle's Buildings, Melbour[?] 7th April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

FROM PATRICK NOONI . TIMOTHIIY !MURPIIY. Wintlo's Bet uildings, 3felioa , 7th April, 1862. lMr DiEA Tlar,-An' shuro an' I s' have sent you a bit of a lino long ego, 0, meot an uuld friond hero who tould me to going to get his liborthy in a couple of anl' said he'd be thoe bearer of the epistle,: deliveor it hlssolf. And who ol'n art do thilnk it was but our ould acquaintanoh Coshtecllo, who used to live atent the c near the cross reads, in dear ouhl lll'. sphithem.n. Ooh, an' God beo goodt to ea what do you think they sent lhi hero lfor haythlins, nn' just for nothilu' at anll ldreosin' Azly Finegan, the lpipor, up to like a 'jiutleman,. nu' a tatkin' hini d0bo river wllth :a dozen othei boys for a?00 divasahun like, and, by dd I but t?loy I6 1 as drunk na Lanig?mn's oilld co\', lthe1' ý1 way, I neve'r hootid what the baste got g of, only so;m evil lispolosel neiglboOur that tlho fitslok which was poutred irntO, thlroat for the .oCllic- od betuno us ,a l]rno nl--was a a ly ;lhrlop w...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

Si TO TIHE EDITOR OF 0 E OP'51'oi''L .D Tc ES. O s St;-Glood inature, or whalt is generally a noderstood by these two, words, is as much out of place in an editor's sanctum as, an n 1 honest politician amonget colonial legislators; both are sadly out of place, and ofton lead .to ludicrousi1 exhibitions; producing' incidents which create an amount of risibility unequalled by the performance of a favorite comedian in -' s most:iaughllo farce." M:hsy I ask, Sir, Canit,beo possibl -that: you had1 read~ovcr even superficially our precious 'member, Dr. 3Iackly's: letter on' education. when you' ap. I pended the' editorialinote giviug tho' 16arnid knight of the croioked wig credit for :sincbrity and candour ?:.> Or' did :you: pern'it youtr over flowing benevolence so to drown all your other senses, that you felt a real pleasure in gently scanning the barely apparelled perfidy of youi' brother man I Surely nothing can be plainer than Dr. ,fackay's meaning. He, tells yoe hlie should like ...

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EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE OF THE FEMALE BLONDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPF. OF TIIE FEMALE BL'ON?DI.--Tho female Blondin gave a performance at St. George's Hall, Stonehouse, one night. The rope was stretched from the organ-loft to the platform, being at one end about 30 feet high, and at the other 10.or 15 feet. It had evidently been put up in haste, and was not at all properly secured. When she had got half way across the first time, she suddenly stopped and loudly called to have the rope tightened, as it was vibrating strongly. This was done, and she managed to get cleverly to the end, receiving loud applause. The rope having been firther, tightened, she walked back, and all present thought the miserable exhibition, which was certainly a disgrace to the town, to be finished. However, some men were stationed at the side ropes, which ran through tackling at each window, and the female Blondin again prepared to walk, but' this, it will be found, nearly resulted in her death. In fact, how she escaped was a miracle. She stepped on to the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

CORRESPONDENOE. Woe do not hold ourselves responsible for thoe opinions of our colrrespondonts. It in partiuolarly reqlested tha:t lettors for tho Times nmay bo.addreosed to thou lITOir only (ivitliolt mentioning any tname), in order to prevent confusion. All communicitions intended for irn?ttion must be authenticatod by tho name anal ,naddress of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as aguaratunte of good faith. We cannot undrta?ke to.roturn rejected,com I untllicatiofis.

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CRUISE OF THE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

CRUISE OF THE VICTORIA. The Victoria after an absence of nearly nine months arrived in Hobsons Bay on Monday the 31st of March. Commander Norman is preparing the account of his trip, which will be published in a few days. In the meantime a sort ofjournal of the cruise has been published in the Queensland papers, from which we copy the following passages:- " " The general aspect of the country about the Albert, as seen by the party on board the Firefly was not by any means tropical, although north of the eighteenth parallel, but quite Australian in its character. It is a dead level as far as the eye can reach, with scarcely a tree of any sort to be seen, except here and there a stunted gum. In the neighbour hood of the water-holes, however, are found she-oak and box, and along the river banks or tributary creeks (salt or fresh) are dense mangrove and tea-tree scrub, abounding in pheasants, parrots and cockatoos. The plains are, for the most. part, covered with thick coarse grass affo...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

LOCAL NEWS. By the kindness of Ir. James Davey, wo, this morning, receiced a colpy of Wednesday's Arlus. The Land Bill has passed the third reading by a majority of 45 to 23. The only changes which have taken place, are the reduction in the assessmout from 2s. Gd. to 2s., and the alteration of tenure to nine years Mr. Higginbotham has been returned for Brighton, and took his seat on the cross benches. He declared his opinion that three years' tenure was sufficient for pastoral licenses, when the runs should be put up by public aue:ion. Our accounts from the Jolrdan diggings are so nnumerous and various, yet without really authentic statistics, that we are at a loss to know what to say about them. We have one lctter saying they are thirty-five miles north east of Basw Baw, we find another in thie Argus, stating they are on tile head of the Yarra, whilst a third boldly states they are on the Maealister, a fourth says they are still in doubts, and a fifth declares that they are on the ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Ase?ivr.--April 3. Melenu . l'age, -17 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. Jolmnon and lood, agents. April 5. Kecra, s, II4 tons, S. Patrick, front Mel bourne. Turubull, llowden and Cu, agents. April 6. aGloence, 15' tons, T. Lig. from Hobart Town. 'aoengeors-cabhrn: Mr. Fisher, Mrs. Sl'anughlin and child. Turnbull, IHowden, and Co., agents. Iluronrs.-April 3. Helen S. Page. lron liobart Town: 10.000 shingles, 1 case wine. April 5. Kecmt, from Melbourne: 5 packages to. hteco, 4 bags rice, 87 bags and mats sugar, t1 packages tea, 1 bag coffee, 7 bags mialt, 25 hhds. beer, 1 qr.-cask wine, and sundry free goods. April 7. Glencoe, from Hobart Town : 2100 palings 17 cases green fruit, 2 tons h?y, 1 table, 1 case pewter pots. r.xronrs.-April 2. Free Trader, for HIobart Town : 99 head cattle. April 5. Keera, for Melbourne: 500 oz. gold dust. April 7. Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town : SS head cattle, 74 hides. CLE.AED On rt.-April 2. r . ieo"!inae er; i oo...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

.IJLI.S OF THE IdIIIIVAL AND1 DF.ir&=lI OF IILASD ILIILS, lSd·. POST OFFICE, SALE. llails ;Ilivrt! Rf tlice froit On or J1'roro~~.lgoll.....:,,,,~ lthIdrnong .. T;arilvlle....... » » » . fIot Albert ... Strftolrd .......1 lolova .L Saoturda'.o G Luckuo21 ..... Oulco............. » » Moils close On tIlis Office for ou . Hour Melbornue ...iTuieo. & Fri. 11.30 Sat S p.1. Iioeedllde ...... , D2lOdenxoIlg ... Aiberton ..... I larravillc...... . i ' Port Albert .:.J Stratford ...ýiondayvo & Sotllrdays LuckIIotv .....2 O~lueR 2· Omen """"

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

BIRTHS. On the 3rd inst., at Holey Plain, the wife of Edward Crooke, Esq., of a daughter. On the 7th inst., at Raymond Street, Sale, ???

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JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

, JORDAN, DIGGINGS. The following :letter elative to the Jordan Diggings published in the Air.qs, of the 4th instant may be ~of soime interest to our readers : :: TO TOO EDaiOR' 0F TIHE ARGUS. Sir, -As the rush to the Jordan River is attracting some attention from the lower diggings, and nas the fugitive. reports whlicli occasionally appear it the Mel bo0irne journals' concerning the Upiper Goulhltrn are, for the msostpart, neither coimprehlnsive Ilor lecurate, somkn;details: of what promises to become Ian extenisive and ipermanenltlt field may be acceptable, to your readers. As to the situation of theJ.fordan noilting has as yet becn pirovedl by actnu;sl slurvey. 'Tie previiiiitg opiliill is, t at it is a tributlary of the '['hoimpsoit-sonme say fthe Glengarry; Ibut all agree that it :is a Gipps Land stream. Althonih'oltdy one ranllge separates it from the left-hanl branch of the .idillburn yet the applearance of the country is widely different. Instead of gnarled and stnted ppclir...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1562. Mr. Verdon gave notice that on Tuesday next he would direct the at- i tention of the Mlinister of.Finance to the financial condition of the colony. The House then went into Committee t on the Land Bill. Mr. Duffy said, in answer to Mr. L. L. Smith, that it was not the intentioh of Government to include any portion of Philip Island in the agricultural reserve:'. Mr. Bennett proposed a new clause in the Land Bill, that settlers might select land for their children. This clause was negatived by a majority of 80 to 19. Dr. Medley (in the absence of Mlr. Snodgrass) nioved a new clause, pro -"viding that any pastoral license may be extended for a further period of ten years, upon the run being made capable of permanently depasturing one half I more sheep or cattle than in its natural state. This clause led to a warm dis cussion, and Mr. Wood pointed out several technical deficiencies which would I tender it unworkable. Mr. Duffy ...

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