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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862

TEAM TO MELBOURNE lIE fine screw steamhalilp KEER Ai will leave Port Albeit every JDAY. raes will be carriedto or 'ro Pot Albert at :i3,s;' eachi. ight-tlold, 2d. per ounce. Par. cels over 200 ounce-s, Itd. old, for shipment;, must be entered he Customs beotre 10 o'clock i.na the dclay of sailing. eiturn Tickets .;...... .....£5 Available for 14 days. or freight or passage apply' fo INBIULI,, IIOWDIN, & CO., arf-street, PortAlbert. I II goods at. consignees' risk when ed. All goods ;discharged, if not oved fromt the whilrt befort o6'cinek , will be stored at consignees' riuk expense. . , EAMER TO TO'HE G1IITRIELL AND TAMBO. E stenmer EI'EIIPRISE, 'Alfred Ilorrisby Comnniaider, will leave aI Trobe Blridge every 'Tuesdtay ng, at 7 o'clock, sharp, tor the FARES: . in Paasengers .. £1.10s. rage .; .. .. 1 . (Includinq 'e/reraslhenls) FREIGHT , Spay?;bl, on delivery; P'arcels, 23. id. N OT'1IC E ISSIS. DIRIEVERI.ANN. CAMERON & .O.. ,Ieing op agents at lairn'iilisle fir th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 April 1862

LOCAL NEWS.   Farmers here need not have much fear of a   decline in the price of wheat and flour, in fact the tendency is decidedly the other way.   The exports from Melbourne last week were,   to England 47,000 bushels of wheat and 200   tons of flour, and to other colonies 160 tons   flour, should these shipments continue they   will soon relieve Melbourne of its dead stock,   and prices will be sure to be well kept up.   The last quotations from the United Kingdom   leave a large margin for profit on the prices   paid here, and it is very probable that next   mail will bring further orders for shipments.   The last and greatest blunder of Govern- ment red tapeism was made known to us by   the publication of the Guardian of Friday   last. Amongst other supplies sent over to  ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

POST-OFFIC., ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at O or this oflice fromour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Daudenoog ...... T rralgon ...... W\estbury .... Sale .............. Tues. ,, 3 p.m. Stratford * ......... - - Bairnsdalo ...... , - Omieo .......... Port Albert ...... ,, ,, 3 p.m. Alberton ......... T.rraville .. Yarramtn YTarmmi Mails close atH this office for On Hour. | p.m. 3Melbournoe ...... Tues. Fri. Stull. 2.30 Daudenong ...... ,, Tlestburg ...... Sale .....:......... Wd. pt. Stratfordl...... - B.tiiusdale ...... - On, eo............ - ,, Port Albert...... ,, Alberton ......... Tarrovillo ...... Y'rr?tu Yarrtnu N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered on Saqndavsn. o- s HEl RY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 9th April, 1162.

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TOBACCO MANUFACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

TOBAICCO MAINUFACTORY:. (From the Argus.) Althlough work hllas only just "lecn dconlutencel, a visit to the tobacco factory of the Messrs. Lmnghnan,i in Little Loiasdalc-street, \;ill- servo to give someic idea of the importance this branch of industry is likely to .assuane, when the rai .umaterial, the tobaccb leaf,' comes to be gro.wn in sufli.icnt quantity. Even now Ireparations are nadle fior turniung out two tlons of thie nlaufactured article a week ; and it is cxpectedl thalt enoughIl of the leaf can be pitrehiased to allow of that quality beinlg prepared for con saitunption tithrouglout the remainder of the year. 'Thle quantity miny not seemn great at the first glance, but it omust b, remembered that manufactured tobacco is a valuable commodity, and to prepare inch ton, sixteen illn andi some forty eight boys are employed for.. a week., 'r'he store now ittled up for the pu!rpose is large enough to alfford ooml for the c preparation of eight tons a-week ; and it is hoped that ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1862. A "PRO FORMA" ACCOUNT SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

Tlr Leippalnait dinnEs. " EXCELS0IOIL FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1862.. A "PRO FORMA : ACCOUNT SALES. A r~wv weeks since we copied a " pro forma" account sale of a cargo of wheat supposed to have been ship ped from Melbourne to Liverpool and sold there by Messrs. Makin. From long experience in the corn trade at that important port, we are perfectly aware of the legitimacy and correct ness of the chargesthore ooiumneratod. We must also presume that the ap proximate sums put down for thevari able charges of freight and insurance were arrived at from some reasonable data. From the character of Messrs. Makin, who are one of the oldest firms in thie corn trade of Liverpool, and from our own know ledge .of their house for oi'er thirty *years, we cannot, for one instant suppose that they, merely for the sake of inducing consignments, would condcescend o -tollouiail 'trickery; ur endanger the high character which, amidst poverty and wealth, fortune and misfortune, still adheres to "The Liverpool Mercha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

r CORRESPONDENCE. o c not hold ourselves responsiblo for thie ras ons of our corrospondonts. o IE k O DITO oW TII "OIPrCLAND TIMES. lble+ It is a matter much to beo regretted r lgin soo frequently leaves his pulpit oil cpied by a foreigner, whoso knowledge il+° age is so Insullcint as to'maunke it 1. for litoeners to sit and hear. I bear illto the goentlemn alluded to, but I any of Mr Login's oongrogation that or 9t h mu as to the inprudencoe of the S 0 ldopted, and it will be more than .t that the next time the Moravian S ary prO'aches in our church it will be to th I baches, I 0m, Sir, W\i'LL.\1vISIIR OF' MIR. LOIN'S,

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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

TOBACCO. For the information of agriculturists who may feel inclined to step out of the routine of colonial farming, we publish the foltuwing extracts from a pamphlet published about two years since by Messrs Loughnau Bros. of Melbourne, a description of whose tobacco factory appears in our issno of to day. " The developmcent of the material resources of the colony having recently attracted so much of the publie attention, I would rrespet. fully add amy mite in ondeavouring to'point out it source from which a considerableamount of emolument would accrue to the agricul. turist by the culture of tobacco, which has become an article of. consideramble inportance with us; and in doing no, I would briety submit an'ac curit of the mode of cultivation the soil and climate being' unquestioiably adapted for.the purpose. "First, select a piece of land, the soil of which should be of a rich dark loamy descrdp tion, irot liablo to crack or become stiffin very dry weather.. Select a small portion...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE OBITUARY OF THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

TIHE OBITUARY OF. THE PAST . YEAR. (From tihe Daily News.) Death has made great havoc this year within the limits both of our, political interests and sympathies, and of our own realm. Besides four Sovereigns there have beef deaths in several royal houses since that of the Duchess of Keat was mourned in this 'country, The royal family of Portugal ' has been sorely smitten; an infant of. the Queen'of Spain has died; and the Coent.and Countess of Montemolin in the otter branch of the family. The moiurnoful record closes .with our oswn great loss, by which our Queen. is widowed, and millions of us became mourners in an hour. The world's great calamity by death was when Cavour departed in June, just after he had seen the gathlering of the first Italian Parlia ment. . Poland lost her aged representa tive, Prince Czartoryski; and Russia her well-known spokesman, Prince Gort chakoff. We have to monrn our best \Vnr Minister in Lord Herbert ; and in Sir James Graham statesman whbse plac in P...

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SENRISE—A PROSE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

NtIfSE-A PROSE POEM.v . n, Quen-liko, steps .forth from her throne, and her flowing, robes of. light me by the glowing clouids, as by fir c ants, proud to milnister at the feet. of See I now she treads the glorious Ay of hecaven, climbing its lshining-steep, utting her footsteps on stars that sink e blue sea of the sky. The screaming ? luges forth frnou its rock.built homo, a the dizzy height of the beetling crag, pward sweeping on lusty wings, darts irc eyes on morn's rising beauty. Its ow quickened, it Vainly tries is swift-. ith the speeding day. The storm-tossed cr now strains his .weary eye o'er wide e of sea, and towards the east he looks ugiog gaze; and o 1. the clouds, faint at first, still redder grow, till now like in scarlet dress, they tell the coming opoeuiug day. The seaman's heart is nd cheerily he spreads the sails to catch ing breeze. Onward she marches o'er ep, deep sea, leaving her glittering foot on its briny waters. Old Oci'hn casts r wave.worn mantle of storms,...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

1AfDLLS O1Fll '160 AI1VAL .AND ntdlrVLUI: or INLAND MAILS, 1662. POST OFFICE, SALE. llnila arrive alt n Ito?? hris~tlice fo Ielbaourno... ,Mt. TIhar..Sa. & Sa m. Ilooeddrlo ...... 'I'ntrvdon.,... l3a,,denag' . Alborton .... '1'ariltillc...rav l. .. 1'vt't Albert ... ~ ~ ~ Stratford ..... 1y &foua S& taturdayo 6.30 Omnckow .... n Oineo .........o Xviln close t n ou thin Office for meolbonran ... Toma. & Fri. 11.30 at S p.fll. Rnsed~du .... I / Traralgon ...... Alberton ...... I'arrai'ilne.... - Poit Albert Stratford .... 1Mondaly & Satirldnyo LItuJItv ..... ~ JOHN D. LESSON, Poatamnatw -P'oet Office, Sale, Dec. 6, I861.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

TO OURl SUBSCRIBERS. The Subscriptions for 1862 are now Due, and an early remittance is requested. Divine Service will be heLd in the Presby. terian Church, at Sale, next Sunday. Service will begin, na usual, at twelve o'clock noon and half-past 6 o'clock ovening.

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN t GOSSIP. A divorce suit of extraordinary inte- n rest, even in the very remarkable records of the Divorce Court, is likely to occupy the attention of Sir C. Cresswell towards the latter end of the present month, in which both the petitioner and the re sponent are members of the aristocracy, while the co-respondent is said to lie connected with a leading manufacturing firm at Sheffielld. The husband, the Mlarquis of \V- , the representative of an ancient Irish peerage, entered into the marriage state, it is stated, at the venerable age of three score and ten, selecting as Iis partner for life an attrac tive young lady, only twenty-two years of age. Early in last year, while on a visit to the Continent, the marclhioness became ecquainted at Paris with the agent and representative of a Sheffield firm in that city. ''The intimacy thus formed soon became of a very cordial t description, anld resulted in a corre spondence which was continued after the return of the ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

JOHN CLEMENTS, EING about TO LEAVE SALE, reque.-ts ALL PAR'TI IS idebted:l to him 'TO S1 L'TLE THIEIRI AC COUNTS fobrthwith, or they will'be handed over to his solicitor for recovery. - n29 0m AGRICULTURAL. AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEET ING of the Society will be hlhld on WEI)NESDAY, 14th inst., at Four p.n, at the Exchange Ilotel, to Revise the present Rules of the Society and to transact other Business of im- - portance. C1I.&S. R. S1BBALD, lion. Sec. Sale, 2nd May, 1802. NOTICE OF RElMOVAL. C. REESE &d CO., q, B EG to inform their Friends and de the Public that they have REMIO V E?Dto their new Premises in Raymond street, next door to M LI. 11[NNA, Baker. attap c SEEDS. IELD, FLO\VER. and GARDEN 1 SEEDS, in Great Variety, at n2mn a NI'GrBEE'S. C SEED WHEAT 'OR SALE. f ElIIE UNDEISIGNE D Ths a . Quantity of "Prolific" Seed Wheat for Sale, which has only beenr grown and Season, and has proved c itself to be considerably more produc- i tire than a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

PLOUGHING MIATOH. IIHE NORTII GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL PLOUGHING IMATCH will take place on WEDNESDAY, 14th MAY, in Mlr. Donald Blanson's Pad dock, when the following Prizes will be competed for: HORSE TEAMS: First Prize ... ... £5 0 0 Second do., ...... 3 0 0 Third do., ... ... 2 0 0 BULLOCK TEAMS . First Prize, ... ... £5 0 0 Second do.; ... ... 3 0 0 ENTRY.MONEY : Members 10s. Gd.; Non-Members, 21s., to be added rateably to above prizes. Ploughs to be on the ground by Nine o'clock; work to commence at 9.30. All entries to be left with the Secre tary in writing on the day prior to the Match. CIIAS. R. SIBI3ALD, IHon. Sec. Sale, 17th April, 1862. nl8ap9m m BACOO!--TO BACCO! * TOBACCO ! Of the following Descriptions can only be had of C. REESE & CO., RAYMOND STREET, SALE. Genuine Barrett's Twist, 6s. per lb.; Swan Twist, 5s. Gd. per lb.; St. George's Negro Twist, Os. Gd. per lb. Atlantic Cable, or the non plus ultra of all tobaccos Cameron's Solace Victoria and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

MiLSCELLANEOUS. S'ome' correspondence having appeared in the' Gippslandl Times relative. to the. origin of tlhepolka nuditsfirst introduction into the fashionable circles of Pa'ris and Lnldon, we now publiah the story of its origin as received. in Eiglaind when first brought out by J ulien.. Thlpse lwho may possess ' copy of the 'original polka; its published at 'that time ;by the, lpincee of conductors of dance nisic, will find a similar accdount: f its origi!itii niu intro ductory page of. the music. " Some whlerd I'bout the year, 1831, h. young. peasinit girl who ai iva ithe.sr?,i'o ofa, citizen of' Elboteinitz in Bohemia, poe' formed a dance of her own invention one Sunday afternoon for her special delec taition, and sang a'diuitable tune to it. The schoolmastor, Joseph N'eruda, wilb happened to be prescnti -wrote down the nmelody, andt the nev dance was soon: after publicly performued for the first time in Elbcteinitz. About 1835, it made its cntrance into Prague, and there it ...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

COMMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC. Heavy rains, succeeded by the holi days, have interfered with the business of the past week. The increased deo mand for flrst-class brands of flour noticed last week is still maintained. The English February mail, per 3stdrass, advises a firm market for breadastff;, with a sufficient mar gin of profits to induce shipments of .ustralian wheat to the United Kingdom. The AMark" Lane Eprsess, of the 24th February, thus in dicates the state of the wheat market, present and future :-"Judging from the present caim in all important places of import, and the eagerness to ship in the Baltic, there appears no doubt that at first open water we shall have considerable arrivals thence; and further on in the season, Odessa, the Danube, and New York may be expected to do their part. Still, ther are so many indications of low oteeks in the British country markets, that we expect, when March is over, to see some re. vival. with prices fully as good, or above pre sent ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

STEAM TO MIPELBOURNEE TlE fiie screw steamship KEi'ERA S.will ,'leavOe PortB.Albert every FRIDAY. : ' . .lorses. dlGbo carred to or?frem Port .Albert at, 3ts, eeach. Freigh?t Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, 'i ?d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on thio day of sailing. Return-Tickets...........;.;.£5 Available for 14 days. For, freight' or 'passage apply to TUIINBULL~,I HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at" consignees' risk when. landed; All gbods' disclharged, if not removed from the wharf before, , o'clock p.I'., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. . ac S i ALMrR iTO 'TE IMITOICELL AND TAMBO. FIHE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred' lIorrisby Commander; will, leave* lie La Trbo be Bridge eoery Tuesday ornieng, at"7 o'clock;, sharp,. for the bove. F. ARES: Cabin Passengers ;. lOs Steerago.', .... ' s. (Including refreelmenls.) FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings (30s.) Per ton' payable, on delivery, Parcel...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 May 1862

LOCAL NEWS. On Tuesday evening we were agreeably sur- prised by a visit from Mr. Albert Buntine, who had just returned from the Jordan dig- gings, after an absence of twelve days from Gippsland. The route pursued by Buntine was by Glenmaggie and Glenfalloch, crossing the McAlister several times, and from the latter place making direct for the dividing range, where he crossed a river supposed to be the head of the Golbourn, from thence reach- ing the Jordan, which he seems to think is the Yarra from its water shed being to the westward ; in this opinion he was borne out by the miners there assembled. The population is stated as being about 1,600, and of these the first who set into the river claims are doing well, whilst the others are not quite so fortunate. At present the whole of the sup- plies are derived from the Golbourn side, and have to be packed between forty-five and fifty miles across the ranges. The prices of provisions, when Buntine was there, are quoted by him at the fo...

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HEALTH FOR A SHILLING! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. HEADACHES, BILE, LOSS OF APPETITE, AND LOWNESS OF SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

IIEALTHII FOR A SIILLI! EOLLOWAY's WILLS. HEADACfiES, BILE, LOSS OF APPETrTE AND LOWNESS OF SPIifITS These Pills require no interrouption o busine.s or pleasure, they act mildll on t.o bowels, strengthen the sturnach, and promte a healthy action of the liver, whereb te purify the blood, cleanse the skin, borace th nerves, and invigorate the whole s?stern They effect a truly wonderful change i debilitated constitution, as they create a healthy appetite, correct indigestion, remuOT bile, iartddiness, headaches, and palpitation ol WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY. In cases of debility, languor, and nervoue. ness generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effect of these Pills i in the highest degree bracing, renovati, and restorative. They drive from the sy..t. the morbid cause of isease; re-estalish the digestion, regulate all the secretions, brace the nervous system, raise the patient'. spirits, ad bring back the frame to its priatine health san. rigour. They increase the ...

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

CATTLE. 3~ssrs. \. K. and A. S. King report the cattle market has been almost bare of any thing like quality. The first d'ly only about 35') head ef very indifferent cattle, very little better th.u store, were sold at high rates, considlering the description; and on Wednesday also only a smill number were sehown. Good supplies are expected next week, and after this week's scarcity, no doubt they will sell readily, especially the prime. We notice an increased demand for good cattle, which is likely to coutinuo for some months, until the northern cattle begin to conime down. On Tuesdl.y, Harvey and Cockburn's plain cattle were sold, bullocks averaged £4 5s 6d. We sold 217 bullocks, inferior quality and light weights, at an average of £3 1Ss; 6i cows, of same quality, at £2 19s 2d ; and the calves, at 35s Gd. The sheep marke', owing tq the very small supplies to hand or even expected, is, as we predicted, steadily improving, indeed good prices must rule until the feed on the northern r...

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