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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862
FOR SALE,. SGENERAL ST ORE, 7iROCIERIES OF EVERY DES " CIlIPTION it the LOWEST POSSI LIBE PlICIE, sound and gen' uilne. 1) Ii API I NE in great variety. This DIepar tmet will lie largely nuglnented~ in a tlew weeks, .Mr. S. having just gone through to Melbourne to select per sonally the Winter Goods. ('iOCKERY in largo variety. IRO N IONG IS Y, including Sauce pans, Ten - kettles, Picks, shovels, Spades, American Axes, Nails, Tin ware, ke , &c. BOOTS AND SHIOES. This De partinent is well supplied with every 'description of iirst-class goods, which, for price and quality cliinot bo sur passed. "." The remainder of the Summer Stock Selling offa DEAI) BARGAIN Smith's General Store, FOSTER STREET, SALE. FURNISHI. G & GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, S ALE. 'ITE GIPPSLAND HARDWARE COM PANY beg respiectfully to call the attention of Settlers, Builders, and.Parties Fuirhishing to their exten- ? sive and well-irranged Stock of the undermentioned Goods, viz.: Spunging, foot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862
-Dai'TO IMI LBOU'RINE tUE fine screw steamship KEERA S.will leavo ,Port. Alberb .every .IDAT 6, Y reight- dd 2d.:' peroince. Par cels over 200:ounces; 1}d. Gold,.forsllip!ient, must bSe entered the Custonms b'.fore -O o'clock 'ani. n the day of sailing: I Return Tickets:...... ........£5, Available for 1.4 days.' For, freight or; :passage a apply to . UIlNBULL, 11OVWDEN, -& CO., harf-sireet, ,PortAlbert. All goods at consigubesit risk when ided. All; goods idischarged, if anot, moved fronm the wharf before 4:o',eock' .m., will be stored at;consignees',risk, d expenise.:: 'a TEAMER' T& 'TH LMIITCHELL AND TAMIB.IBO. . -IIE :sie~ner ENTERIPRISE, Alfred SMorrisby, Coninander, will leave o La' Trobe Bridge "every Tuesday oring, ~t 7'o'clok, sharp, for the eve. F'RES FARES: , ' 0 Cdabin Pasaseigers , .. , t 1' 10s.' Steeirage,.. £I is. (1zcludnl re slmnients.) FREIHT. : Thirty Shillfiiga (30s.) per ton, payable, on delivery,. Parcels,2s. id, , IMcARDELL & ]tAPIIAEl...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862
,LOCAL NEWS. We haveO very serious and very just com plaints 'from RoEedale, that though they aro now provided with a petty Sossions, minus a court.house, that as yet nothing has been clone towards forming ia police station in that town ship. We feel sure, however, that if the mat ter was brought fully before the Police In-. spector of the district, that some arrange-. ments would at once be mode; We perceive by advyortisement in our columns of torday' issue that a public meeting tois beeoon called of the householders and, land owners residing butwien the Latrobe river and Bruthen Crek;, for the purposo of forming a loadl Board, which )will include that dlistriot within its boundary. Self:grvurnment in any form shall at all times hIavo our support, and any nsistarcd io canl render will be freely accordledto nid, in its eatablislhuent. We do inot pieosurie that this niovomenet, however, uhadl aiy such object, buht merely a step to. vwards getting rid of the Tarraville influence irnor...
SALE GENERAL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862
SALE GENERAL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. Before His Honor Acting Judge Armstrong, and the following Justices.:-Alex. Arbuckle, John D. Smith, R. T. Firebrace, L. Bolden, &nbsp; and W. Pearson, Esqs. ASSAULT. St. Clair Adams, charged with assault with intent on the person of Andrew Kennedy, at the Crooked River, on the 18th March last. The following Jury were sworn : George Duncan, John Cobain, Daniel Orchard, Alexander McDonald, James Crichton, James Avernon, Percival Lloyd, James Douglas, William Williams, James Hyam, Robert Gibbs, James Davey (foreman). Dr. Coombe, the Crown Prosecutor, opened the case. Andrew Kennedy, sworn. Is a miner on &nbsp; the Crooked River. Knows the prisoner. Lives about 150 yards from me. Prisoner has no professed occupation. On the 18th March &nbsp; last prisoner was outside his place between five and six o'clock, he had two pistols in his hand, he was in altercation with a drunken man. I asked him what he intended to do with t...
THE GIPPSLAND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 April 1862
THE GIPPSLAND GOLD- FIELDS: accounts from the Jordan diggings are again this week highly favorable. A party from thence, who came down to find a pack track from Russell's Creek, told us that all parties were doing very well, that there were between 1,500 and 2,00 people on the diggings, and that they were beginning to be very anxious about the winter's supply provisions, as they believe the main dividing range will be impassable during that time. We presume there is not much use in advocating the opening up a trade between these diggings and the productive part of North Glppsland, as our people ? we supposed to be most interested ? matter of being able to dispose of their ? seem utterly independent of such ud rathr uido.the o vnt of l io t?n ..coon- : ribuot a suite towards stch anuobject. Sevoral opphland miners who have gone to the Tord0snaro'doine very -well; but they havra t real dicad of the winter and being shut out t frem supies by flootds. Tlhe fav' BIw- diggings, icluding R...
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
POST.OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive ato this oetce from On lour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandeog .. ......... Tus , ,, Trarulgon ...... Wes-bury ....,, Se . ........ Tues. 3 P p.m. Beir.'dale ..... " - Omeo ........ - . Port Albert...... 3 p.m. Alberton ....... Turrmville ...... ,, Yarr Yarram ,, Mails close at On flour. this of ice for p.m. Melbourne ..... Tues. Fri Sun. ".30 Dandeuong ...... ,, ,, ,, Tra.lrgon ... Westbur .... .. , Sale ...............w t p.m. Stratford...... - Bairnsdale ...... - Omeo ............ Port Albert ...... ,, , Alberton ......... ,, Tarrarille ...... .. . Yarrummn Yrram X.D.--No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered on Sundays. HENRY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 9th April, 1562.
FROM PATRICK NOONE TO TIMOTHY MURPHY. Tipperary Hotel, Melbourne, 20th April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
FROM PATRICK NOONE TO TIMOTHY MURPHY. Tipperary Hotel, Melbourne, 20th April, 1802, Woll, Tim,--An' hero I am again as nate an 1no a ra a now pitaty--just dreosud in my (ld clothes, an' no longer like a polisloman ath a tiitouber stuck to me coat for fear ed lose: the gato o' me. Well, I whi ot thinkinglof tdcin' a run overor to see you, ' how o,'r gettin on, when I happens to _ot three or four of the boys who ticed me t to stop in town, fora cotiple of days, had t all the silteos that were to be soon, and go Iho,Parlymiotf Iouso whoero Pit. Lalor and o?nay O'Sho 0ssy, , an,, Pat Coahtello, and I'the rest of tho Gooldon Valo boys are to be 0ud 1.uat the Parlymliit had, like the heatre, taken a holiday, so we were dissap. 1010e0 of both, It appears no actore, who. or parlymtnt men or play cotors can, amuse 0 counthry on fautin weok, for folks it dooen't :e withthhoL cootstithuoion at all-ao they a0 only to manl: up with a dhrop of the craythur instead, for tht ls.no sh,-at least Ss o...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPELAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
OORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE GIIPPLAMD TIMES. Sin,-Willing to correct a reply to a corre spoldent inl thie Guardian of thoe 18th, I am still unwilling to pormit my name to appear as a newspaper correspondent, and will con. sequontly, under a lommnl de ?tplme, simply inform tile Editor, who appears to be totally unacquainted with terpsichorean lore, that the polka was first introduced into Paris, in 1839, by Professor if. Con-l lon, and , soon, through Jullien's p~opular music, became a fivorito dance. The polka, or polanaise, is a Livonian peasant dance of ancieont origin, and was often introduced on the stage prei-ioas to its adonittanco into an assembly of amateura. There is n110 con. nexion between the polka and omazourka, in fact, tile latter ldance, as d.lnOd twenty years ago, is na unlike the vllgar romping dance now known by that lame, as it is ulliko the moderl polka. Neither tile mazourka nor the polka were, after their first nooelty wore off, over admitted into th...
PRIESTLY AUDACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
PRIESTLY AUDACITY. sure VE copy the following paragraph from state .the COristian Times, of the 12tl of A April; and though we thoroughly ignore secte the nnti-christian spirit which is so rene apparent to as in the tone of the article of p transcribed, It now furnishes us with it ti an additional argument against making into a trade of religion and carrying its if t hostile spirit to the yawning grave. part " An occurrence has been brought ecifl under our notice, of which we presume feel more will shortly be heard in one of the hod lawS:courts, but to which, in the meau time we wdeem it well to direct thle atten- it tion of our readers, and of the Protestant wee portion of the collnlunity inll eneral. ffo On Saturday or Sundlay Ibut, a married woman, a ora l n. Catholic, whose int n Shunsbaid is a Prcsbyterian, died at Ilaw- er thorn, and arrangements were mnade fr- s her interment int tie Melbourne General Cemetery, in a purchased grave, where and r previously the remains of a dec...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARnRIVED.-Arr11 17. Keens, os, 114 toea, S. Patrick, from 3Mel. bourne. Turnbull, Howdeu and'Co, agents. IsroRTs.-April 17. Keers, from Melbourne: 20 cases Geneva, 75 bags sugar, 2 cases aco?e, 26 packages tea, 19 packages beer, 9 bags rice. 2 cases tabacco, 1 qr..cask and 2 cases b'andy, and sunday free gaocds. eZPORTs. CLr.eP.r orT.-April 17. reert, for Melbourne. s.atl.n.-April 15. Glencoe, 159 tons, T. Lang, for Hobart Town. April 1S. Keera, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Melbourne.
TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
TFBLES OF TH ARRIV.tL .AD DEPARRTUfE OP LtNOD uiLLS, 16 i2 POST OFFICE, SALE. .ail,- arrive at O o thiOfdle o Onfoo - Melbourne Mon. Thur. & Sat. 9 Snm. Rosedale ...... Traralgon...... , Dandenong ... Alberton ...... Tarnturille.... Port Albert .. p.mt. Stratford ..... Mondaya & Saturdays .30 Lucknow .... Omeo............ Metll close at this Office for On _our n.m. 1 Melbourne ... Tue. & Fri. 11.80 SatS p.m. Rosedale ..... Tror..on .. Daudenonn ... ,,,,,, Alberton .... , , Tarrnville ...... , t , ,, ,, Port Albert ... , ,, ,, Stratford ..... . ondays & Snturday ,, Luckuow ..... , ,, ,, Omeo ...... .. , , ,, TOHER D. LEESON, Pvstmaetey. Post Office, Sale, Des 5, 1861.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
. .-- ... rar COMMIERCIAL. Alb Tan Pon Fiorn, Gulats, &.- Mr. Wam Lawrence Stre reports: The Corn Market has shown some Luc odicatious of a slight reaction, not only in town,. but throughint the vr.riouis mining districts a more firm tone is preceptible in P flour. From the New Zealand go!d-fields latest adviCes state that good flour was -carce, and prices advancing; in horse-feed Mai a steady active business is being done, some thi descriptior.ns having a tendency to advance. - The imports for the week show a great falling D off, while te exports are more than usually Tra heavy, and of considerable interest, in the We. esipmint of upwards of 47,000 bushels of wheat and 2.)0 tons flour to the United B Itinglom, and 160 tons flour to New Zealand oun and New South Wales. The shipment of Por 44,000 busihels of the wheat to Liverpool Tar is made by a house largely connected in the Vat commercial anl shipping business here, and - possibly in fulfilment of orders on account of Ma ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
AT IV' G 'EE ' , Ploughs--Hornsby and Son's, Sellar's, Grey's, and Ransoms & Sim's. Harrows--Howard's, Law's, and Pagas's. p LIE Advertiser. has every confidence -1. in stubmitting the above to Agri cultutists, as they are all fromn first class Makers, and are ?aurranted GOOD. A Large Assortment of Garden Inple snenls and Dairy ZUtensils. Raymond Street, Sale, d I lap c 4 N AI)JOt)URNED MEETING of -i those interested in a tllGAT'r 'A on Lake W\Vellington will take place in the Ryal Exchl:nze tIotjl on the lst of May, at Three u'clock p.m. in 18 2lap NOTICE OF REiIOVAL. C. R.EESE &. CO., I3 G to inform their Friends andi the Public that they, have It~[SOVrlD to, their new Premiuses in Raymnol street, next door to dI. B IlANNA, Baker. atlap e I i W AR D. SOS)ST, a DARK BAY FILLY, 4J branded D S off shoulder, star on forehead. Whoever will bring her to the Club li-tel, Sale, will receive the above reward. GEORGE FRENCH. 11 25 c Something New I: CANARIES FOR SALE. AT TIH...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
MI SOELLANEOUS. The correspondent , of . the Talbot Leader states, that sevaen immigration lecturers are to bhe sent to Egland,: and that the appointments,have been prpomised to the following persois :--Messrs. V. Pyke, B. C. Aspinall, J. B. liumnfray Lieutenant 'Amsinllc,: Messrs Lever, IHughes, of, the National,. lank. and Cpowderoy. The Bard of Agricullture of Victoria has offered a premium of fifty ipouds for the best design and .speciticntion for a dwellime-house miand farm steading for n farm of 160 ncrec, under the following counditions, .viz :-Designs. to embrace dwelliiig-house sad ,kuitable offices for mixed lhusbaindry,lhaaving accouitnoldation for cows, lirses, ,ilt nshpee, and 'adpted to, the climate of, the countrv. Specili. cations to be given for i'ouglt oshlar nad ston'e, alsn for bricks' an I woo l, (rough wood. slabs and round timbler.) The buildings on il inlch scnl',, Imid block plan 5 inches to 10' chitins.' The prize designs and specifications to become the pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
The Liverpool and London 'Fire and Life Insurance : ,ompany. • ý /2. II. G. .BEARD having been l appointed Agent for this Coni pany in .Sale, will receive proposals fbor Fire and Life Insurances, and give all inbformatin required. W. M?0RRAY ROSS, Resident Secretary. YILLIAM B RYANT, B OARDI N-G H OUS E, Raymond 3treet, BEGS to informl the inbdbit?'ats of . luale and its vicinity that he is at all times ready to get up Dinners, Sup.' per.. ,tc.,. Etc ,, in the Very best style. -lis Estcat urant , is supplied witli:h every delicacy the season can produce, and Hot Meals can be obtiiined at any hour. 1His Baking Establishment Is conducted as u sual.; hest Bread.: French Rolls, and Confectionery of all sorts on hand. MIND !-THE DIGOERS' IIHOE, RAYMOND STREET. TA?YEBO SA.W 1N£LLS. IT ARD WOOD. Flooring Ionlrds .., ]Ss. per 100 ft. VWeatlher lotards ... 17e. ,, ,,, Lining Boards ..... 17s. Battr o? ... .... .. 10.. ,, ,, Quartering .. 8s. ,, do 3x2 .. 1... , ,, ,, Any timber, 20 ft. and u...
ENGLISH & FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
ENGLISH & FOREIGN NEWS. At the Australian Banquet, held in London on the 12th February, the Duke of Newcnstle, isi speaking of the rapid t rise and vast trade of the Australian colonies, gave the following. interesting particulars of their present flourishing i condition:-They possessed a population t of 1,250,000, a reuenue of the corn paratively enormous amount of £6,500,000. They carried on an export trade which occupied 1,500,000 tons of shipping in the carriage of exports valued at £21,000,000, while the imports 1 amounted to £25,000,000, of which no i less than £l6,000,000 came from the t miother country. (Hear.) These ficts i disproved the idea that colonisation was i a lost art, and also proved that colonies r were of uso and advant ,ge even inl tile low pecuniary aspect of the question. Within tile last 10 years no less than I £100,000,000 worth of gall had been I exported from Australin. and principally I to the country. '1'his remanrkabloe operation thad been cond...
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
AC Bippalrnitt ýVins. t " EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1562. Tnr constant reiteration of -com plaints of dulness in, trade consse quent on the alleged decrease of our ' gold-producing population, induces t an inquiry as to the truth of either one or other of these common asser tions which have now become as household, words amongst all classes o in North. Gippsland. The premises I laid down would primarily lead us to investigate the assertion of a falling off in the number of our miners. That a dimunition in numbers to any material extent has taken place we most positively deny. That a dimu nition exists at all we very much I doubt, and facts more plainly demon strate that a considerable increase has resulted, rather than any more than a temporary falling-off has existed at any one time. . If we permit the idea of a falling d off in the mining population having taken place, weo must admit that A there has been a considerable in crease in those who are occupied in 2f other employmen...
PETER PEEBLES NEARLY DROONED IN THE COURTHOUSE IN SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862
PETER PEEBLES NEARLY DROONED IN THE COURT "HOUSE IIN SALE.~ , 1 lAsterEn Eltros,-Did:ye hear o' my acci dent 1 Of coorse ye did-it's been the crack o' theh:lail toon ever'since. But as there has been mi.represelitations 'anrd insinuations I'll tell ye exactly hoo it happened. Having. some little business at the Coort house,-I. ns there aman theli rest-but no being aware.o' the dipth o' watter inside, I slipped and fell plump o'or head an' cars, an' I verily belleve I v.ad line been drooned but for the richt sort o' men bein' in the richt place at the richt moment. For instance there was Waldeck, wh ltdived. for me an' brought me to the surface,-an' Wl'bb, who came man fully to his aassitince. Armslrong, wi' great dilficulty, pulled me out, and the Resident Maglstrate Uireged me to a plahe o' safety. Lightfoot .then ran for a doctor, but, as I recovered afore e le cam back, he "dryly" remarked that the seoudin''for the doctor wase a regular Bull, and' then he laughed like a good onse...