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

FURNISHING & GENERAL D IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, SALE. T IE GIPPSLAND HARDWARE COMPANY beg respectfully to call the attention of Settlers, Builders, and Parties Furnishing to their exten- M sive and well-arranged Stock of the undermentioned Goods, viz.: Spnging, foot, hip, and shower baths dis Children's gslvanised and oak do sto Toilet cans, jugs, and basins, in sets mo Painted jugs and basins wh Tripod oak washstands pro Patent tubular iron bedsteads, single and double Children's cots, all sizes Nursery fenders Colonial, camp, and Dutch ovens American stoves and tea kitchens Saucepans, ten kettles, and oval boilers. Gridirons, frying and stew pans Jelly moulds and paste cutters ime Soup tureeps and ladles pr B.M1. dish cov?rs, E.P. liandles nc Brass roastinig jacks Nye's patent sausage machines for private families French and ebony, handle tea and hall bells Spring balances (Salter's) Avery's counter and platform weigh ing machines American buckets, brooms, and tubs k Tin...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

" LsCEC.IOIL." FRIDI AY, APIt1., 11, I S5. A letter, published ii our last week's issue, has already done more to open tile eyes of the supporLtrs of National Education in this district than all the argumouts which were brought forward duriing the late de bates iii the Paililameut Ihouse on the educational question. A. A ore insi duous attempt to carry out the Denominational systeni under a new and mol0o general division was never attempted. by tile moist wily politi cian. The great object appears to us tP be to koep .Cathcc children from being contaminated by being brought into conjunction with other Christian sects, and to at once erect a barrier between them which cannot be broken (down in after life. It is a true axiom in political economy that individual interest must give way for a general good. The question then naturally arises-whether `the in terests of the colony are best cared for by having only'one system of education under one board of management, or two systems and two...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

TEAM TO IMELBOURNE IRE fine screw steamship KEERA. will leave ,. Port Albert every orses will be car.red to or front Port Albert at o0se each. reigbt--lGold, 2d. per, ounce. Par cels over 200'ounces,i1' dd. Gold, for shipment, 'must be entered the Customs before 10 o'clocl n.m. n the day of sailinig. Return Tickets..... ...£5..5 Available for 14Fdays.' For freight or passage apply to UIINBULL, 'HOWDEN, & CO., Vharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when nded. All goods discharged, if not moved from the wharf before 4 o'clock ..m., will be stored at consignees' risk d expense. ac TEAnMER TO THE M ITCHELL AND TAMBO. HE. steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Morrioby Commander, will leave e La Trobo B3ridge every ,Tuesday orning, at 7. o'clock, sharp, for the ove.' FARES: Cabin Passengers .. £1 10sO Steerage .... ;. £1 ls. (Including refreshments.) FREIGHT: Thirty Shillings (30s.)' per ton payable. ontdolivory,: .Parcels, 2s. Gd. M t:cARDELL 8,RAP HAEl,. * - NO..T?I_-LC.E....

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 April 1862

COM3IERCIAL. Ftovn, Gn.t., &c.-- fr. W. LPwrence re ports: The corn market .shows no activity in brcad-stutis, flower being dull of sale, while the current prices for wheat being outside the margin to which the generality of English orders are limited, few operations have resulted as yet. Hore-feeding grain is in active demand, with prices tending upwards. Th. imports for the week are light, wheat and oats excepted, which are on an increased scale. 'lhe exports are moderate. In South Australia an active business is being done in breadstu'ffs for export, while the New South Wales markets evince a better feeling, and a more steady business is being contracted than here. Flour-There is no change in demand, the market being languid in the extreme. Wheat. -Supplies come freely to hand. -Some few parcels have been taken for export, but they are so limited in extent as not to prods'ce any effect on the market. Oats-Supplies are more freely to hand this week from Tasmania. Prices re...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PETER PEEBLES ON THE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

PETER PEEBLES ,ON :TE MUNICIPALITY. M atnsrek Eitron,--I was votr. 8ortiy indld Be to observe by the last number of your p ypa'r thiat ytu h1d L aign emn Initted the verra groat indiscroyhun, of priutiu' "anothor lottor. frae that misle.erd rcal Patrick Nooneo..I really expcetoed bettor: thina fr.a? yo, an'. that yo wauld o' bon.m nair open to guid coonsol-but in yo ken the aulh sayl ' " That ne man may tak ti a h'orao to the wvator, but towenty whina gar him drink." I ga' o ye guid advio, an' if yo dimia see fit to profit by i!, tho foau' lips it 01 yor ain door--noly, I wash toy hR nda clean o't, Jr but I may bo permitted to.remark that the IN bold etiruontry with .which that smes Pat. J, Noone brags aibout his inequitouna on-gauns :miade ' verr.t alid stan' on end. Solonion tl says o ffo: that ' lattoieth his neigllbour epreadeth a net for his foet;" an' that's a sin ti I dintnahai the slightest intention of comn 1 mittin' on the presont occasion, but, notwith- p standing, ts ..I...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST-OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

TADBLES OF TI- ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF :: Mtso a ,ts, I 1802. POST. OFFICE, SALE IMails arrive Onour thisOllice from 3Iolbourue ... 3on. Thur. & Sat. .m itosedale ...... , , T'rralgon ..... ,,,, ,, ldcndlloug ... Alberton .... ,, , ,, Tarlnville...... Port Albert ... ,, Strationl ...... Mondays & Saturdays 0 30 Lucknow ...... OmUleo............ IMils close at this Office forour I m. Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.3O0 Sat S p.m. Rosedalo ...... , ,, ,, Traalgon .... Dandlenong .. ,, ,, Alberton ...... , 'Tarrnrille..... ,, Port Albert ... Stratford ...... Mondays & Saturdays Lucknow .... . ' Omeo t. . ..

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, TUESDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

OFi THE : ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, ToesnDY MORNING. The Rangotira arrived at Glenelg at two a.m., after a passage of 105 hours. TIhe':English Australian '?December mails I wereo' delivered in London. on the 17th and 1thl of February. The Queen continues in retirement. The Princess Royal had arrived on a visit., to ler. Majesty, as also Prince Alfred. A marriage treaty between Princess Alice and Prince Louis.of -Iesse has been published. There is'a rumnour of a proposed mar ringe between the lPrince of Wales and the Princess of Denmark. It is confi dently spoken of. (rOnithe 20th ofl Februjry the Albert Memorial Fund aiiounted.,to £35,000. The nionlumitt, by the express wish of the Qdeen, id to ble erected in Ilvde Park, o, the site of te Great Exhibition of 1851. Parliament was opened by, commission on the G0h of February. The Government have` issued instruc tions prohibiting any American ?var vessel from remaining beyond' 24h .hours in any British or colonial` port, :tilees detained...

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JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, Dec. 5, [?] POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

JOHN D. LEESO~, Postmaster. Prat Office, Sale, Dee. 5, 11. POSTOFFICE, 1OSEDALE. Mails arrive at On this office fran Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri: Sun. 7 p.m. Datldenong ...... » ~ ~ Traralgn .... ,, . Westbury .... Sale ............ Tues. ,, ,i 3 pam. Stratford......... ,. - , Bairsdale ..... . Otmeo ........... ,, - . Port Albert...... ,, , , 3 p.m. Alberton......... Tarraville ..... , ,, Yarram Yarram , 'Mails cloe at On Hour. this offiec'for On p.m. Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Daodenoug .... . » r, Traralgon .... ,, Westbury ... Sale .......... Wed. , , 6p.m. Stratford ...... - , Blairnsdale ...... -- , Omeo ........... - ? Port Albert.... ,, , , ,, Alberton ......... Tarraville ..... ,, ,, ,, , Yarram Yarram,, N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or:registered onri'Sundas. HENRY LUKE, Postmaster: Rosedale, 9th April, 1862

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VIA MALTA AND ALEXANDIA TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

VIA MALTA AND ALB ANDRf TELEGRAPH;I The Federals have gained fresh tdries. The Southerners are mhi alarmed. The Treasury Note Boc passed thile Senate.; Prilnce Napoleon, in an eloquentspieeo has demanded thle evacuation of Rome. r in Italy Ricasoli has resigned ie. could not ,agree with Victor Emnisanuti Ratazzi succeeds. Garibaldi is at Genna" SSr,taous oN A Sovaunra.' PRorPE.: Our ally the Emperor of the French he,his lserved.tlLat namewill pr come in fori seimo of that vi'upertien on the part of the Yanikeepr , oflhid the lion's share has lhitherto fallen lothb British" Lion. .Whlst abuse will th inewspapers of the United States notheap ulpoio the head of his Imperial lnjsiq in cormmentin upon ihae carennstance thus recorded in the Post:-" It appon that MTr, Dyton',thl American his. ter at Paris, seit iiia list of some twelty to'tlirty Amerrin citizens for preents. tion at the Tnileries on New Yenr'seDy; The represeitative "of the. 'nited .Stal lthereiipon, receivod. a nnte: from...

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THE WORLD'S FRIEND ! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

TILE WORLD'SFIED HOLLOWAY'S 'OINTIMENT A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULA .Inflammation of sensitive Pr.o fiatulas, and such like painful diases p presently relieved, and untimately the proper and diligent use of this c?ol nd healing Ointment. whoseo action Shoul ga such cases, be assisted by judiciou , Pills :--re many days alve ela '40 ol anxious,patient will exporienco a w degree of ease from this treatment, Tnde arse eqally suitable to lboth sxoes, ao COUGHS, COLDS, AND ASTIISA. These complaints of the helist colli on Kth alarming, frequency. The Ointmenot oit assiduously be rubbed at least twi? aoud d the chest and between the should?rs?o the violence of all symptoms will .? hei give way, the breathing become logaer allI the oppression less. No mediciacs are moe eficilent in chest coinplniets, none can be e with equal safety anod certainty. Both Pilh and Ointment are acce0spanied by avrc ear1 and simple directions for using them.r A MAN WHO REFUSED TO IIAYE U19 LEG OFF. "From the Kil...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

" EXCELSIOIL" FRIDAY, APRIL 18, ls?0. After two postponements, which gave but little confidence in the ini tiatory steps taken to form a reward fund for the discovery of a practi cable route from Sale to the Jordan diggings, it was with no little pleasure that we found the third at tempt gave evidence that the energy of the agriculturists and others in terested in extending trade, was not quite departed from amongst them. On Wednesday evening last, a meet. ing was held at the Royal Exchange Hotel for this purpose, which demon strated the pleasing fact that some vitality still existed, and that the public spirit, of which we were once so proud, only lay dormant from its powers being over-taxed by aiding so frequently both with time and money the ,many wants which are incidental to every new settlement. A committee was appointed and a subscription list opened,-the latter fully. displaying the liberality of the donors and the anxious desire of all to increase the resources. of. the dis...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

AMERICA. General Burnsitle's expedition Ihas cop tutred Roanoke Island, destroyed the fleet, arid occupied Elizanbeth city, after a severe fight, with the loss of 1000 men on each side. The Federal troops in Teunessee have hIombarded and captured Fort Henry, seized the bridge acroes the river, and cut off the main commnunication he twcen llenlihtis and Columbus. Fort Donaldson is about to Ie attacked, and it is rulnoured thlat thle Confederates have evacuated Bowling Green: Great con sternation pr.evails; in consequence of these reverses being considered very serious. The American Government declares the closing of Charleston harbour to be only temlporary. The Sonthern journals now take a gloomy view- of the Confederate canso, ad invetgh bitterly against the despot: sti of tMr. Davis. Thotle debate on llte adldress in reply to the limperor's speech has led to a scene of great violence between the Legitimists and Liberals. Prince Napoleon attacked the Papacy in strong termts, openly ...

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THE "ARGUS" AND THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

TILE "Aflo US" AND 'PIIE ASSEMBLY. A. lengthliened Easter recees will give the Lawn Ofti·:clrs of thle Crotchl srltiriiinn\ · lo 'ie to to!:e referenice to all the li arierit racords on PVorliniuentary inter fdrettce ,iich the j'pri ilelg of thec Itrees, and th1IIe411 twe annot dlefenidl the iiiqus for desceneinhe to tile olattige of thlie Lit ' Otn-'o ) grog aelilnty, yet, t hltowling silde the coretrsi ene of uxpte'eioeniot]d its litter wniit of tiin of tie coltrtesies of refinted literary cumlpositiont, we not-I still adhlire to ifs present lhu of condtict, t and proclaim it as a brave stand made .u aghinst:tlhe aggressioi of al Assembly of the 1lost incongruous and incompatible n materials which lunscientific hands ever heaped togetlhe -'li a mnss. Many, indeed, to use tlie more expressive than elegant words of the .rgus, were pitch- d forked into the lhouse, but many more ° require a stable broom to sweep them a out. It is now. some years since the Assembly of Victoria have met...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

CO3MMERCIAL. FLoca, Go.tr, &c.--3r. Wns. Lawrence reports: This week brings no change in the state of the corn market beyond having to report imports over an average extent in dour and several descriptions of grain-flour and oats, particularly, being much in excess.- The exports are light ; parcels :of malting herley are being shipped to Tasmania. The weather of the past week has continued to alternate between heat and cold, slight showers and withering winds; the rainfadl not being sufficlent to.permit field labour generally; as the eeason advances it becomes harassing to the agriculturalists while the pastoral districts now suffer from a scarcity of water, in some ieitances to aln alarming extent. So soon as enfficichei moisture gets into the soil, famners will have a busy, season, and the supply of grain, &c., will be more limited. Flour. Imports amount to 400 tons, bceing about 310 tonse over the average of last five. nouths. mransactions are limited and prices a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

DVDiKio Sorvicu will be bold in the I'cely torinl Church, at Sale, inext Suuidiiy. Sorvice wll1.begii, as nianl, at twelve u'loek noon, and at lalf~llaot 6 o'clock avosslo .

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

TO OURL SUBSCRIUEU S. Tlhe Subscriptions for 18G2 are now Duo, and a, LOUI 11 cmittanco is icqubstod.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

BIRTH. On 13th inst., at Craigielee, the wife of Mr. Williaim Craig, of a son.  

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

PARLIAM1ENTARY. A petition was presented from.Fitzroy, complaining of the non-representation of that district its the Legislative Assembly, the electors being out-voted by those of Collingwood, with which Fitzroy is allied in the representation. In answner to [Mr Orkney, Mr. O'Shannssy said the papers of Wills, the late exiplorer, were considered of so much value that £1000 had been offered for them. It was considered that the annmount so offred slhould be given to the relatives of the deceased. In answoer to Mr flood, Dlr O'Shannssy had no objection to lay on the table a return showing the nationality of every, civil servant, exclesive of the police force, if the IIHouse should agree to the motion to that effect. IHe hoped, however, that any feeling on the suelject that might have arisen in the course of tihe debate would pass away with the debate itself. Mr. Nixon rose to snmake a personal explanation with reference to some remarks lo had made on Friday last, in the course of the ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. 11actarian camels have been success fully introulnced into California, and have proved themselves invaluable for packing over mountains and throu,,gh extensive arid plains where the want of water was before severely felt by parties carrying goods, and at certain seasons rendered almost impassable for animals of the equine tribe. These camels can easily carry 600 to 700 ls. over the precipitous an nd untainons country with which California abounds, and will travel on anything like a moderately undnlanting country at the rate of thirty miles a day with half a ton on their backs, whilst they only require to drink once iii ten'days. rTlim ASSIAIsIILT AN'D TIIt PRESS. 'The Argus has got into collision with the Lower House of Pariliament, and it is probable that the question, as to whether thie latter possesses the power of punishing those who infringe its pri vileges, will now be tested. The pub lisher of the Argus has been called to the bar, and has refused to attend. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862

BRANCH BANK OF VICTORIA, SALE. llI.3S BANK will be CLOSED . THIS DAY (Frid:ly), on Men lay..the 2 1st Aplil, mrid _\\eduesday, he 23rd1 April. The above being iuhlic holidays. al8ap A N ADJOURNED MEETING of ,'1. those interested in a REGAT I'A on Lake Wellington will take place in thln Royal Exclhaine hlotel on the lst ,f May, at Three o'clock p.m. n 18 25ap NOTICE OF REMIOVAL. C. REES.E & CO., EG to inform their Friends and the Public that they have IRltiMOVED\to" their new Premises in Raymond street, next door to MR. .IXNNA, Baker. allap e G EN TLE Al A N, thoroughly versed in General Tuition is )pen to an engagement in a Private Family.. Address B.A., ollice of this Sapar ,whererererences cai.be obtained. al lap e To J. L. iL ('arec', Esq., Police IMagistrate, Sale, SIRa S E, the undersigned inhabitants of ! V Gippsland, beg to request that you will be pleased to convene a Public Ieesting, to be held at the ROtIE DALE IIOTPEL, on Friday, the 30th lay of May, for the purpo...

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