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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mail arrivo atour. this office from Mclbourne ...... Wcd. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandenong ...I I » » Traralgou ..... ,, stbury ......Tu.3 p.m. IStratfor O ......... ,. - ;; , Bairnsdalo ...... . Port Albert...... , 3 j - m. Alberton ......... ,, , Tarraville .... .. » ,, Yarram errain » Mails close at this office for 0n . or. p.m. Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Dandenong .... Tra.utlgon ......,, ,, Westbury .... ,, Sale ............... W'd., , p11. Stratford...... - lnirnsdalu ...... - Omeo ... Port Albert...... Alberton ......... . ,,i I Tarrmvillo ...... Ynrll h Y"l rall ,, ,, N.').-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registce ed on Sundays. IIENTRY LUKE, Postutaster. Ilosedale, 9th April, 1082.

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL—1ST MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

PARLL\MENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COI'.CIL--!s t st. The G,ldd Exp:rt Duty Act Anmend mneat Bill was read a third time, and Mr. 'I:'Biell rmeved the se, ?n r,.n inc of the Crotwn LIa1 un Sa!es Bill. .\r. Fa\kner oliected to several classes in the Bill. lie was in favor of, immi.ra ini. lut was adverse to appr, pri.::ine one-fir:rh of the land revenue to ini?t?trrti.,n ,a rp-,es. Mr. l,.if'. il-joctel to the selection of i l:t.,l termina:ting at the expiration ofi MIr. C,.ei supp rted the second reading of the Bill. Mr. A'Beckett briefly reviewed the ,ill. and expres-ed his intention of making some amendments.. MIr. Hull would vote for the hill. 1Mr. Black nalito,ther disnureal with the hill, but voted for it rather than the Ministrv should le emharasse,. Mr. Power andl Mr. Strachin both addressed the lHouse. and expressed their intention of voting for the Bill. The second reading was carried with out a dir-iei~n. The Acting-President annnunc'd the receipt of a letter from Sir James Palmer ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

" I:XCOLBIOI." FRIDAY, M1AY p; 1862. WmrIsT woe condolo with our Suth Gippsland neighbours on the decline of ngriculture in thflt district, and regret that they should have to complain of want of energy and Imanlagement amongst their farmers, we cannot permit their statement to go forward as "'a practical illustration of the Laud Question," as the Argus - d declares it, or as an illustration in any tI way of tie egriculthirl statistics of Gipps- ti land generally. \Ve really have no wish to crow over our southern neighbours, nor o to put our prcsperity in appolition to theirs for the mere pleasutre of showing p their poverty an .l our wenl:h, but for c Gippsland, North and South, whole and ri undivided, we deem it is our duty, lest t1 the poverty stricken returns already pub- r lished may be taken as an example, to tI shew to sime extent the productions of a North Gippsland. Presuming that agriculture is the first I step in civilization, it behoves us to place it in the van of all o...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

LOCAL NEWS. Another party of five have just returned from the neighbourhood of the Jordan dig. gings, This party was led by Mr. Archibald Campbell, of Glencoe, and consisted of Mr. J. G. Riloy, book.keepor to Mr. Clark, of the Royal Excanugo,Jeromiah Conma, bettor known as "Jerry the mailmuan," and two others. From the inforination we could glean from them, the Jordan diggings can easily be made fromc Sale in eighty-five miles, and for considerably more than half the distance a good dray track is to be had. Mr. Campbell;, who appeers to be well acquainted with the part of the country where these diggings are situated, followed the eourrse of the river and saw its turbid waters mix with the clear stream of a Gippsland river, which must be either the 1hompson or the Glengarry. This at once shows that the.surmises of Buntino and the miners are in error, and that the Jordan is not a tributary, of the Yarra. Mr. Campbell will start oagin, without making aniy delay hero, to try anotlher t...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. (Receive for the month ending 25th April, 1862) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

COU3IMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAI\, Ce. (Rcrirc fr thie rmoath ending 25th April, 1062) On rdieieswirg the transactions of the past i mouth, there is not much to note beyond a dull and declining market in breadstutfS, and a more steady nml slightly improving feeling in horse feed, &c. The weather continued variable till the middle of the month, a severe drought, lasting almost from the 1st operations, and proving most disastrous to the pi.torl districts in a erarcity of water to sustain stock. After three days' heavy rains loast week, soving of oats has been rapidly proceeded with, while wheat is now being put M. The imports for the past month show a considerable decrease in breadstuffs, while other articles havo not much altered; for the present month the imports of flour reach 000 tons, wheat 16,000 bushels, oats 35,000 bushels while the exports are of considerabnle magnitude anud importance, the principal portion being breadstuffs sent on to England, anid consist of 510 tons flou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

BIRTHS. On the 2nd inst., at the Gippsland Mart, Mrs. James Davey, of a daughter. On the 29th April, on board the steamer Enterprise, in Lake Victoria, the wife of Dr. Bull, Bairnsdale, of a son, still born. Divine Service will be held in the Presby- torian Church next Sunday. At Sale, twelve o'clock noon and half past 6 o'clock evening; At Stratford, 12 o'clock noon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. C. REESE & CO., BEG-to inform their Friends and the Public that they have RE.MOVED to their new Premises in Raymond street, next door to MIR. HANNA, Baker. allap c MASTER AND SERVANTS' BGREEEMENT FOV..MS FOR SALE, -t tje Jfalcri fdtuscum. B EGS to iniform the Inhabitants of NORTH GIPPSLAND that he is now prepared to give Lessons in Theoretical and Practical Music and Singing. A VOCAL CLASS WILL BE FORMED IMMEDIATELY. An Instrumental Class is also in course of Formation. All Persons desirous of joining either of the above (which, conjointly, are intended to found a Philharmonic Society,) are requested to communicate immediately with Mr. W. LEGGE, Post Office, Sale. Pianofortes Properly Taned and Regulated. allap MONTILY SALE OF STOCK TI R. BURRO WS, Auctioneer, begs 1l to inform the settlers in she upper district that he holds a monthly sale 6f stock on the second Tuesday- in each month at Iillie's Leaf, near'Torraville, where good and extensive paddockage ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL—2ND MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL-2so MAT. Mr. Mitchell laid on the table a re port and diary from Commander Normin, of Ile steam sloop Victoria, on the late exploring expedition to the Gulf of Carpentn rin. ,Mr. Rolfe called the attention of the Conmissioner of Rajilways to the number of free passes which had been issued to civil servants. Mr. Mitchell stated that he had given orders to issue paeses to the civil servants on the Ballanrat line during the holidays, but his instructions had been exceeded in a most "extraordinary and unjustifi nble " manner, and free passes lhal been i-sued to other than Government officers. The report on the Real Property Bill was adopted, the bill was read a third time, and passed. Mr. M itchell then moved the second rending of the Bank Notes Bill. Mr. A'lteckett opposed the bill. Mr. Favwkner supported the second reading. Mr. lolfe and Mr. Power opposed the bill, and Mr. Strachan suplported it. The bill was lost by a m,,jority ,f one. The Plenro-Pientuonlia Bill ...

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MR. CROOKE'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

MR. CROOKE'S LETTER. The Melbourne Economist publishes a letter addressed to that journal by Edward Crooke, Esq., of Holey Plains, occupying no less thant six columns and a quarter of rodomontade against all and every class in Victoria except "The un-     fortunate squatters." He commences   with a detailed history of squatting since 1837, and proves, at least to his own satisfaction, that, from that date to this, his class have been unfairly dealt with. Governor Gipps and Mr. Boyd, have coone in for their share of censure, and the Bishop of Sydney of those days is whipped up at the tail of the hunt. We, not possessing that practical knowledge of New South Wales politics which Mr. Crooko professes, must, in this matter, bow to his decision as the climax of colonial wisdom, and , throwing by all other authorities, adopt his in lieu of better. We will, therefore, allude to the more modern application of his as- persions against other classes in V...

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SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 5. Before J. L. M. Carey, Esq., RM. W Mont-   gomery, Esq., J.P., and R. T. Firebrace, Esq., J.P. SLY GROG SELLING.   Peter Smith, of the Morewell River accom- modation house, was charged by Sergeant McDonald with having supplied James Lang   and Joseph Campion with spirituous liquors   on the 4th April last, contrary to the Act of Parliament. Mr. Atkinson, who appeared for the defend- ant, pointed out to the Bench that there was a discrepancy between the day of alleged sale   in the summons and in the information, the one being the 4th and the other the 7th of April, and asked for a remand as his client had brought witnesses to combat the charge on the 7th and not on the 4th of which he knew nothing. The Bench then remanded the case for fourteen days. Charles Page, residing on the road between Russell's Creek and the Moe, was then brought   up on a similar complaint, being charged with s...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. Fraser hal introduted a bill r.i r the re?gulation of newsplper.s, whlihi I lproposes to ilihe it incuml ent on anll printers to mnink k no vn when callel, I upon, tie nliames f tie writers of ile t several artlicles whlich appenr in their t lpuliietions. 'This bill is aptly termed I te.l ..". f,!in B;HIl" I. ippsition to this Mr. L. L. XSiffin iis brAiing in even a mlnr. extraOrdinilry ciomlpolund a o lpresis qonclery in Iie slhape of a bill in alsolvo printers ifrom the nlecessity of I plitcinll their imtliprlit upon hooksnirl \n Iplla plilels. Thei ja;i.or if tile press, Mr. .1evevy, looks smlilingly on b1)ot, , no llinig an approval to Frnisr, and wliisperiig. to Li. L. credal JdideirsN. p \Ve recollect reodingl in orn orf Sninllet's c nove lsa description of a political dinalgule I between a baker and al napotliecary. 0 Perhaps tile politieal heroes nf the f Assembly may yet finll a colonial Smnolet to recordl their political wisdlom. a1d deride whether nil p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

TOWLNSHIP OF SALE, Gippsland. A PPLICATIONS iu writing dill i be received by 1 1. '1'THUMAS BURiRO\WS, of Port Albert, Auc tioneer, until the 1uth day of May, 1 SO2, for the purchase (subject to the conditions of sale, approved of by the Slaster in Equity) of the whole or anyi parts of the unsold Allotments of Land in the Township of Sale, belonging t, the estate of the late Riobert Fitchett, deceased, comprising Allotment 9 of section 3 allotment 12 of section 13, lots 1, 2, :1, and 4' of sub-division of Government allotment 2 of section 15, and lots 1, 3, 4, 5,6, 7,8, 0, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 of subdivision of Government allotments 1, 4, and 6 of section 16, directed to be sulp 'by the decree of the Supreme Court of' the Colony of Victoria made in a eiuse Turnbull v. Camp- t bell. Particulars and conditions of Sale and plans of the lall may lie seen on ap plication to Mr. Thomas Barrows, of Port Albert, Auctioneer, or at the respective oflices of Mr. Webb, solici tor, Sale, and M...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

suTPirI' G INTELLIGECE.. PORIT ALBER1T. A.lumvnn.-May 1. RKea:, s ., 114 tons, S. Patrick, from M[el. bourie. Tu:rnbull, Ilowden and Co., agouts. nOnrs.-M-- ay 1. Iee:l, finm Melbourne: 20 cases Geneva, 10 cs!:s beer, 60 bags sugar, 53 pkgs. tea, 9 boxes tobacco, 1 half-tieree tobacco, 41 pk1gs. beor; d p!:g cotlee, 1 qr. cask wine, 12 bags ualt, 25 bags rice, and sundry free goods. sxroaurs.--31y 2. Kecra, for Melbourne : 10 half-chests tea, 23 bag. rice, 6 ow. gold dust, :ud sundry free goods. tCL?ArtED ouT.-May 2. oerm, for Melbourne. S.AILED.-M-[o. 2. IKerm, 114 tons, S. Patric', for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 May 1862

STEAM TO MELBOURNE.   inE fiEio screw steannship' ICEERA i Will leave Port1:'A llbert every itorses oill be carried'to or from Port Albert at 0Os,.oed. reCight-l-old, 2d. per ounce. Par eels over 200 ounces, lid. Gold, for shipment, must be entered t the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m bit the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or" passago apply to 'URINBULL, HOWDEN, & CO.. lharf-street,. PortAlbort. All goods' at consignees' risk wheo anded. All goods, discharged, if not emoved from the whitrf before 4 o'clock ,m., will be stored at consignees' risk ad expense, a c TEAMER TO TIE IMITCHELL AND TAMBO. JIE steamer ENTE RPRISE,.Alfred 1 norrisby Commander, will.leave ie La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday orning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the eve. FARES: Cabin Passengers . £1 10s. Steerage o .. .. £1 is. (Including refreslcmecnts.) FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable, on delivery, S Parcels, 2s. dd. M~e.A-RDEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

SAL1n 0 STATION IN TI. ` sTrnR X DIsTnroCr. "\3essrs. WV. B. and 1A. S ' King report their hIavinig aod tho Lnko Bolhiu stntion, in tho Wetstern distrlctaof Victorin, consistingi of (340 ucrcn 6raiaod; with 24,500hcep, and sundrice in:Judedp2Y fdr the sauo of £29,000.

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A MELANCHOLY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

A MELANCHOLY CASE. Very.: pahiful circumstanccs were dtlisclosed in an inquest h'-Id on Friday afternoon by Dr. Youl on the body of a married person named Evans, found dead, or dying, on the previotis day, in her house at Catherine street, Riclhnnond--all the ,nore:painful that it is-probable these lines will disclose to the relative most nearly concerned the heart-rending circumstances of the case, .B3y the evidence of a married woman named College, residing immediately opposite to the house occnpled by the decease,l, it appeared she came to reside there about two montlhs sice. hler hilshand, an employ, apparently a clerk, and said to be a member of the volunteer force,' engnged somewhere on the Victorian lines of railway, was in the habit of cominl home every Saturday every Saturday evening, returnitng to the scene of his labors on the following Monday morning. Mrs Evans dil not associate, very much with her neighbors, but in conversation, a few days since, site toldl rs College t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. The comnnimic~ation from Bruthen will appear in our next.

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PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

PLOUGHING MATC. Tihe annual Ploughing Match of the North Gippeland Horticultural ant Agricultural Association took place on. Wednesday at Mr Mansoe's paddock, adjoining the Heart Station. The assemblage on the ground was at no time of the day large, and the interest displayed was less encouraging than or former occasions. It may be difficult to account for the apathy shown in encouraging the most vital step in agriculture did we not know that the neglect of the "civilizing plough" arose from some extraneous causnoes, and not from any want of feeling the importance of improving ploughing as a means of still further advancing the art of agriculture. We cannot avoid alluding to the abseince of some of our `rineecipa farmers from the field. 'eVe missed several who were very much interested in the ploughing matches of last year, and Whose avocations should make it incumbont on them to improve and hold out improvements, by every means in their power. We are quite aware of the feeling aris...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF TilE OIPPELAyD TIMES. Stn,--In your issue of the 9th inst. you found it convenient to use my name. I would treat your remarks on that occasion, as I have hitherto dodn, and as I intend to do in future, with the most supreme contempt, did not truth compel me, for the sake of publid peace and charity to eontrradict your series of gross falsehoods. In the first place your "Catholic Corre spondent" is not a member of the Roman Cotholic Church, but some persot wantonly assuming the title. In the second instance you are wrong in saying that I stated that the teacher of the FNatioual School was placed there to'proselyto. Ie is forbidden to do so under pain of dis. -missal froin tile charge of the school, and yet he has on many occasions done so by com. polling Roman Catholic children to be present at religiors instruction given by members of other denomirations, which I can prove f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

TEAM . TO jYI.ELBOURNE. E fine screw steamship. ICEERA r .4cev>P o t AbLi rt 2every ors?s snill b'e carried to or: from Port .Albert at 30s, each.' .. deight-told,;2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lI d. ' Gold, for shipment, must be entered t the Customs before 10` o'clock a.m a the day of sailing.': L Return Tickets...... .....£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to -URNBUL, IIOWDEN, :& CO.; Vharf-street, PortAlbert : All goods at consignees' risk when anded. All. goods discharged, if not eemoved from the wharf before 4 o'ciock .n.,, will be stored at consignees 'risk ad expense. ' . ' a e STEAMER TO .THE MITCHELL; AND TAMBO. : 1HE steamer EN'ERPRISE;'Alfred Morrisby Commander, will tlehie he La Trobe Bridge every .Tuesday orning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the bve. FARES: Cabin Passengers . . £1 10s. Steerage .. .... 1 is. (Inclusdinq refreshments.)' FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings, (30s.) per ton payable. on delivery, Parcels, 2s. 2 d. MncARDELL &...

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