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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

LOCAL INTELLI YOE. MtLECTORaL ROLL.-In repl 0 the numee Tons enquiries as to whether electors put on the roll in August; last, l have the pover ;of voting at thseoihin election, WO .transcrib clause 22 of-th'"R' stmtion' Act Am.ahdeint," promising?'that' clause 20; ofthAo ame act, tn 'dais th ims allowed th.?Registrar for having: the' endd''roll printed and forwarded to the ret ing officer : '"The.Clerk of Petty Sessions ,when the: lista'lisive been revised, as afore d, transmit them to the registrar of the divi n for which .suchlists-have been prepared' on .be?te'th" `22nid'f the months of June, S tember, p?d December, respecsively,and t Registraron the receipt of such listee sal. epare :a.al-. phabetical list of the names cont ed therein, and'trBainit a copqithereof li e- form as. nexed to.the Retaeuing Offier. thir,dtist; which liit; when so received by t e Returning Officer, shall be appended tq" and - shall be deemed and~be'.acted. on ali part of the Eleetoral Moll of the distr...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ABRIVED. Sept. 20-Glencoe, 160 tons, T. Lang, from lHobart Town. Turnbull, Howden, andiCo., Sept. 21-Keora, ns., 114 tone, S??Patric, from Melbourne. Turnbull, Howden, 4nd Cai, . ,gents. Sept. 21-Eclipse, 190 tons, J. Caldefrdm Hobart Town.. Passengers: Cabin-- esa Allen, teaars. Simmons, Blake, and Moseas.; IMPORTS. Sept. Q..-Glencoe, for Hobart Town; 5-bags potatoes,1 bags bran 3. tons ay pkgs furniture. ) " Sept. 21-- rs, from .Melbourne,-70 cases Genevaj:20-cases brandy; 1'lowo tirdl qr. tie., -1 case and 0 boxes tobacco, 26 hhds. 6 brls. 18 cases and 20 caksa beer, 63 bags sugar, 51 pkgs: tea, 5cases ginmand sundry freegoods. Sept ,21- -Eclipse from Hobart Town, 3000 pal gse,0 empty tierces, 1 boxsj oap, t1 cask .earthenware, 1 coase ina, 1 case fish? .t p Kee, for Melbourne, 998 ouncesa of Geld'duast. sqot. 22-Hears, s., 114 ton,,S ,Patrick, Uor gelbonrne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

flSHE fine.Screw .;steariship tEERA, JL will leayo Port Albert- soon after aoroas ioilb?ecarried o?e* 'fom Porn t "' 1fbert at 30. , each. Ereghb?.-Gold,a2d. ,per: omunce:, Par , ; ,,;cels over 200iounceo, ' t d. ý.i .; r~ i ? L,.ýr··I i ", i :i:, XIr L G4old, for shrpmýtu, ;must b,e ntered ait the :Customs before 10 o'clock e.m. on the day of 'sailingI"- .. . - Wharf street; PortAlbert: " a' t I All goods antbonsignees':risk'iwhen landed. All goods discharged, if not removed firom the whiarf before 46'o ciock p.m., will, store atconigneesrk and expense. ?,: ".. ' a . '14, ?d .i: ? r' { "TEAMER TO THE ,MITCHIELL AND. TAMBO ". , .. ...; -flHE : sleamer,, ENTERPRIS Alfred S:,tMorrisly Commander, e lwilldeave, the Lai Trobei':Biridge every='Thesday" morning, .at . 7. o'clock; sharp)' for the above? d,.. Ia cabin .Pisenglers : '.` £1. lOs:i Steerage ., 1;?..'. . iw.£1. (Inczding"refreahnments.) ,F,-EIGHRT ,3 -, I, - i .P. Wilaige 2(Os.) pgrton . ,,,i",1 payable on deliver,, - :+. 4 afi ...

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POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

POST OFFICE, SALE. 7IrDLa'OrtTIro ARRIVAL .AiW DEPARTUU5 OF 3 .)t ,-' xA~x MAiLS, 1801::.. hasil close at I our this Office for _________________ hIKELOrusNE' - Wednesadays & Saturdaysi S p i itOSEDALE .;," {- ; ` ii TAXOALOON DANBRra a ,, - u ,n ALncaRTOi Tuesdays & Fridays 8 p.m. TAURAVILLE.I "::_. "" -"i,.' .. "P00TALTEcaRT STRATFORiD' " LOOKNOW s":i ;' , :_,; =r' ` '" ' LuOceow MTail arnrrvo at ." thisOfflco rom O H MeLaouacv JIJ - Tuesdays+& Fridayi --: B1 p m RIOSEDALS "' " TAliALOON DANDENONO" _.". . . TARRAVILLE ?ýýn. ý"`~ . .,, - PORTAS s A .r.ncact " STRATFORD 5, ii LuasNrosv:1 S ,.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

.JELBOURNE lPRODUICER uIARKEE." Wheat, Victorian, per.Uiashel, Gsed 64o 6sa Ditto, Adelaide, per bushel? 6s 9 ,, OaterColonial ]per'buhel, 4s to 1 4sd Ditto, Foreign, per bushel, Is $d to 3s Oýd Ditto, Scotchiaid Irish, 3s Gidto si' d Flour, Addlside, er ton,-L.rto L.1O10s . Ditto, Tasmania, per to, J1l?10& t~ L.1i Ditto, Victorian, per to, L14 10as to L15 Ditto; Gallego, per barrel, 40,8', :, ..t? Hay, best, per ton, L.7 to L.8 Ditto, inferiorydo L.4 10es to E. l0s Potatoes, Tasmania, per ton-" Ditto, Victorian ditto, I.6 to L6 10s Onions, Victorisn, perton, L 7to L9O Cabbages, Victorian, per dozen, la to'3' : Hides vqt.etsted,(eah~ ) Os to 10; ' i:: Ditto, iun dried; ditto, Os to lOs 6d Sheepakins per lb. d to 7d

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

ELECTION MEETINGS. -A meeting of the miners of the Crooked River was held at the Crooked River Hotel on Sunday afternoon; about 100 miners were present. The meet- the following ?as' a "opy:'-?_ ' . IPUBLIC MEETING., - W the undersaibned members of Mr Everard's Committee hereby     to a public meeting to be held at Bull Town, on Sunday, the 15th inst., at 4 p.m., to consider who they shall sup port as their candidate at the coming election. A. H. McIntyre Wm. Thomas W. Ross R. Pilling P. Ferguson H. Davison And 20 others     Mr. Smyth proposed that Mr. Davison take the Chair, which was seconded by Mr.Cooper.       The Chairman then informed the miiiers for "what purpose thie meeting had been convened, and called upon Mii. Thomas to move• the first reso Inution. týa-r.CThomas then made a few we marks;" and proposed the following ,resolution t-" That we regret exceed iIly, that at a public meetin...

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Editor of the Gippsland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

To the Editor of the Gippsland Times,     Sir- Can you inform the Crooked River miners who Mr. Lee is? (I allude to the Mr. Lee who has become so erously popular in the North   Gippsland metropolis during the last       few days.) Only last Sunday the miners on the Crooked River pledged them- selves to support Mr. Parker or any liberal member whose integrity 'they were assured of; but, after, the the straightforward expose Mr. Anderson   has given of Mr Lee's political dodges, his chances at the Crooked River are. very limited.         If Mr. Lee expects to be returned for North Gippsland, I should cer   tainly, advise him, through his Mel- bourne influence, to have the Crooked River polling-booth removed to Sale, for, unless this is done, Mr. Lee will be far behind, where Mr. Johnson was   and I do trust the voters ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

SANCHO " ' . mE perty of .Richard Bennison. -J- 2will - eerve mares this-season -at Myrtle Downs. . Terms :-Three guij neas each mare ,paddocking five shil lings per week. "Eery care will be taken but without'responsibility. PzDIoron.i-" S3~icho"-is by "Touchit Touchit,~'-" ;- by .;;thuriel,"- - out 1 of "aun-' :opn. " h am " sister to "Coronet," b'"Caton," "Ithuriel' by " Todiihtbhe?' t best and most .uccessfullstallion ever ?? kin?odporilthe English turf,. ?asgot by " C niel '"iwho 'waseby t' Whtlebone,' out of '"Banter," by i"Master'Henry," " Sancho'6"' dam ' Modesty," by the imp orted'''Eglis h blood horse' " Beaborough;' bred -by. Ro~derick .O' Conor :sq. ;"Iher' dam "Lddy of the: Laker', by "Wanderer,'t 'mgandam thorough-bred, imported, by Batch'elor. "Modesty" was the winner -of'25 deies i?t Tasindnia~find two in N.B.--As a limited: number of mares will only be taken, "early application is mecesasny.* .:i, ::?. ,.. - `" -A-esxpensers to- bepaid efore takens aweay. , O? NG. EM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

Id: .,i"MR: T. WHITE " -! . : P.ROFESSORlOOIFMUSIO, -::.:; 'aso Foae TeNon & REPAIRER,,J " ' From Wilkie's ,-aelbourne. " S Mr.Whit's tay-.will be limited, 'an early, application isrequestedI .Ordoisl will bo received at Mr. J, D.,Leeson's, Sale. (ifEkf)ERS are invited for the rection of a "i gallery`&:? iii' St Paul's Church Saela _Tenders tobe' sentin obt later thiiid Thursday, Octol?r 3. i.Plans anid' 'speci?Icationi s mniay:b. seen on application to Dr. Peak. NE, W SBTOR, SALE. a LA, 'clai s: agamnsthe Firm cf . _ McKezide,? , .D ie, &c ,0& Co. gare requested to be'sent in for +iminiediate ftmer. s :""M i . wp 5,.ie ;'ctL i..i '`l" b.: tlf; ' SBOUT. half+ ii tdii'o f well-cured. B achb a liantily if; Butter. i Apply to P. , Bule)P rot, et. P .os a 'STO LEN O R"S T R A-T ED: L OST, near the`,"Nicholson?li94et ~i J Red Bullod?kdock horns, branded W:G off rump. Three,.poguds ?ia?i?rd will .be. paid.to.any._one returning.- the said bullock; oritf stol...

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ENGLISH MEM'S [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

The causeoof the-delay ,in the arrival of-the mail?was, tlioe breaking down of fthe fe?inseuld and'Otiental Co.npany's steamer in-the Mediterranean. '.,Thel ews,-received extends to the Lord ~JohdRussell has been trans ferred to the House of Lords with the ttitleiof Ear c paaer " made ato ' sassinte ,the King1 of tn undlerstanlin"has alieeii comet'o -betefeoie Austria: iihd ~ irnlidco iiionse quence at which the renichit/rop 's'Wil' be withdrawnn fom Rome' u im f S'Iord'-EBlgin-- has = been -.:appointed SGoiernor-Geineal.:of .Ihdia, vies Lord Canning who'?etuirns home.:u'i i?iMr,: Western wood'has "boen elected membl?e:.for 'Li,rLhdu:iii "tlihe pi?c of LordJohn :ItuesBljr;,.°i i "?,i . Th:? troidpsbi' li:'Nithe.n States of America lhavo igaiiiod son'mo I adViatago ovier the Sdutherns in: Virginiai. • :;'All the European sovereigns have been idvited to the approaching coroiiatid;i of the li ing of Prussia. A·ntither destructivo fire .has taken place in Tooley street. 'Theo Rev, John ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

T H, unidersigneihave been.nppomut Times*- , .MelbourneI~ i'esers?i Gordoon. ad Gotch r , "i ,.it Stratford,-.Messrs .-noyd" Brothers: - Bairnsdale and Lucknoto,, Messrs. Dreverman; Canmeroi aind Co. ,,arsfield, Mr. Cliareis Marshall. Boggy Creek, Mrf Brue B13alfour. Omeo,,,Mr .! 'Pearson:u ' l'.i1 Rosedale, Mr. Paul Cansick. eq'araville, Mr. I. P.r. Listnt , .Port??terti`,"r ,.'Dtijal' S'ate,'VJ. -D 7Leeson

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The Gippsland Times. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1861. MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

WEDNESDAY SEPTTMBER425, 1861. aMUNIOIPAL INS'Tl' rLIONS. PznRIAPs no subjecthlia so rapidly gained on thet public mind as the bene fits which accrue from local control-over local expenditure. 1 i.$sl l!as1beenlrcn-~ dered doubly\plain.by 'the wastefuli ex-2 travagance which' i hfkexhibited in every departmeiitof the government ;.io. many instances, the cost of spendiing?moncy. granted for local'iimpro~emeiiti, is greater .than thea; em ntr itself; ;icanEegnentfly, our monioslarte wikted, we are'S exhciAd. ef the am iuntd vwhiich 'cdul, isude' cheaper management, have bheep granted for our use, and inl very-few-instances is the work so iiell, or so eco.om .i. i2ml, & te; ·· - executed as when done under local sup pression. It would appear inviduous were -we to name any one department of our local publie se vice which is carried on in either a waistdfl'l or' extraitagantv manner. and waemuchldoblt that we could show that ny4ch 'chchargocould be.lodglit against any :of our gove...

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NORTH GIPPSLAND CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

NORTH GIPPSLAND CRICKET   CLUB.       A meeting of this Club was held on Friday the 3th inst , at the Club Hotel. There were only five members present, but about a dozen gentlemen attended, as invited by the advertisement. Mr W. Pearson was voted to the chair. Mr. Tracy, Secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed.           Mr. English moved—"That the sub-   scription to the Club be reduced to 10s, and the entrance fee abolished." Seconded by Mr. Tracy.   Mr. Gilleland moved, as an amend- ment—"That the Club be dissolved."   After some discussion, the Chairman declined to put this amendment, as being unfair to absent members.   Mr Gilleland then moved, as an   amendment—"That a meeting of mem- bers be called for that day fortnight, for the purpose of considering the advisabilit...

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PORT ALBERT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 September 1861

PORT AL3'IE 'T • nost our ow~ connasrPOnDEeiT. 'By the Keera, which left here on Saturday, for Mfelbourne; 'the oflcers of the bank had cleared out 1000 ounces of -gold, which, as is usual in those dches, was'consigned to the care of the Captain,- Shortly after, the managero the bank,, axccompanied by Mr. Harrison inspector,' anippiaed' with - a large travellin bag, whosoe plethoric dimensions seemed to b equalled by its super-abundant weight, as required both manager and inspector to get along. Mr. Willock, the landing waiter, I mediately. suspected ,that not, even'd genii man holding so responsiboe a situation as I. Harrison could require such an elaborate a nigement of toilet ne'eresaries" and'politel interrogated thab.,ecitleman' as-tothe pr ibility of there being some of the precious inetal contained in the seec; this, I,am tuld Mr. Harrissou stealily denied, and that n language more remarkable for its streng than its elegance. Her Majesty's represent tive was not however to be...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MA. RKET. Wheat, Victorian, per bushel, 53 6d to is Ditto, Adelaide, per bushel, 6s 3d Oats, Colonial, per bushel, is to lid 4s 3d Ditto, Foreign, per bushel, 3s id to 3s 9d Ditto, Scotch and Irish, 3s Sd to 3s 7d Flour, Adelaide, per ton, L15 to L.15 10s Ditto, Tasmania, per ton, L.14 10s to L15 Ditto, Victorian, per ton, L.14 10s to 15 Ditto, Gallego, per barrel, 40s Hay, best, per ton, L. to L.8 Ditto, inferior, do L4 10a to L6 10s Potatoes, Tasmania, perton Ditto, Victorian ditto, L.6 to L6 10s . Onions, Victorian, per ton, L7 to L9 Cabbages, Victorian, per dozen, is to 3s hides wet salted (each) 9a to 10s Ditto, sun dried, ditto, 9Os tol10s 64 Sheepskins per lb. 6d to l7d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

RHE undersigned have been appoint ed Agents for-'" T"c Gippsland Times Melbourne,: Messrs. Gordon and Gotch. Stratford, Messrs.'Lloyd Brothers: Bairnsdale anid Lucknow, Messrs. Dreverman, Cameron and Co. Saasfield,;Mr. Cliarles Marshall. Rosedale, Mr. Paul Cansick. Tarrdville, Mr: I. ;?` Listori. .Port Albert, Mr. F. Dural. &ale, Mr. J. D.:Leeson. .

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POST OFFICE, SALE. TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

,ABDLE OF THE ARrVAL AND DErABRTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1861. fails. close at On . I Ho, this Office for MELBOURNE Wedneasdays & Saturdys 6p.. ROsEDALE s I AALooN ' ,, DANDENONGO ". ., ALBERTON Tuesdays & Fridays 8 pO TARRAVILLE ~ t t PonrALBEaRT ,1 STRATFORD LUCKNOW O-ro ,, , U 1, Mails arrive at n Hor thiaOffic from 1esBouRss Tuesdays & Fridays 6(p.in ROSEDALE '• '?, ARALGON .. 'f DANDENONG ,, AERTON ,,' ,, p.m TARRAVILLE , ,, - PonT ALBERT ) STRATFORD ' , " " LUOKNiW ,, . u " ? S? Postmaster. Post 01ce, Sale, Aug. G, 1861. NOT.--This office closes at Op.m. On Tuos lnays and Fridays at 8 p.m.

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PUBLIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

PUBLIOC MIEIlEFT G S. A i meeting Was hIld at thld Captain Cook; Hotel, Sarsfiold, on Wednesday the 25th Septembier, for the purpose of considering the report of Mlr. Ilanniog. toiiin reference to opening: tleIo Lakes to the sea. Mr. Webb in the chair... : * 'The Chairittait explained the object of the meeting, and read tlhe report as printed. in?- the Gippslisnd Giiardian; also a letter froiif i Mr. Gilleland ;lion. Sec. of Conimitte at Sald; as welli as a letter; from .i r. . Driverman' to-* Mr. Marshall. M3r. C. Marshall moved, a'nd AMr. Smith seconide a resslution; "that AMr. IIannington's. reporl be not adopted by the meeting, inasmuch as it was inaccurate, and consequently unsatisfactory." SMr 'Mlacalister moved, seconded by Mr. McDougall," that stops be inmmedi ately imitated with a view to memori alisoe the Goviernment to send a competent engineer to survey" and roportoon the practicability of openiig and nivigating thel Lakes from the sed; -At a well-attended public meeting...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

- ELE_.ION MEETING. Apublic meeting tais Iheld on tlIe 22nd ult. in the long room of the Crooked River Hutel, to hear the 'reiprt of L?i. Anderson, who arrived there on Saturday afternoon with communications from Dr. Mackny'sconimittee at Sale. About 150 miners were present. Mr. Ander. son spokeo. for about an houri. He war heartily received by the miners, and loudiy Chcefetl. MIr. Davidson occupied.the chair. The following?resolution was proposed liy Mr. Mlofungue, and seconded by Mr. considers the etahtidct of Mr. Lee as, at the least, suspicious, and his, political integrity doubtful: We therefore pledge ourselves to do all in our poweu to.pre vent his retutl. Mr. Ross, of tl.?a.prospccting,party, then proposed the second itesotiiiotn, wlhich was seconded by Mr. Cooper : "'That "this 'meetingi considers, Dr. :M ackay as a fit and pfoper person to iepresent North Giplislsnd in the As sembly, ilnd this ttledtiig pledgo them. selves to use every:legitimate. means to secure his retur...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1861

ALI'SOELLANEbLS: New B13rtfen.-flAxINMAfcOIain.- mud desired meehanical dnaptation hs just bee ·patented by Mfessts Hancock, of Gloisttr anm London, and will, we think, be greatly prizei in olr dairy farms. It is well known that th great':difliculty to be. overcome in makin; butter. The machine to which we wish ti call attentibii appears to us to be admirabli adapted for that purpose, as by it the direc use of the hand in making butter is entirel obviated. Ifancock's machine is intended t, eupersedo the liand lamor irjuire red for making butter, and by using it any dairymnaid will be enabled to cool the butter, and to extract al traces of buttermiilk and whey from it d'urin the huttet woeathei, without, as we liha:aald touching the bilttei with herhand.s.: This w, considdr a" very great desideiatum in dairy fnrminig.. T.The maohii. consists of a cylinder, liaitig'stnall orifices at and about the bottom In this' cylinder a close- fitting pistoli is acted upon by i screw, which preaes...

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