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

COMMERCIAL. Fioun, GRAIt, &c.--Mr. W. Lawrence re ports: There is not much to report upon, nor any change to note, within the currency of the past week. Business to a fair extent has been transacted, and prices 'remain almost stationary. The weather has set in wet and stormy. Rainfall to a considerable extent has taken place, which will do much good, ad vancing agrictiltural operations for the season. It may be well for farmers to understand that, in selecting wheat for seed, they should sow such as White Tuscan,'Talnavra, and like large transparent sorts, these being more sought of by buyers for England, while they are better adapted for this climate The Distillation Bill, introduced by the Government, having for its object the consolidation of the laws relating thereto, and also having a primary purpose for the establishment of distilleries within the colony for the manufacture of spirits from grain, roots, &a, the growth of the colony, and also from sugar imported...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. IMPORTS.—May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ruronrs.-Moay 7. Elipse, from Hobart Town : 6 pkgs, fur. niture, 200 feet timber, 2 bales sacks, 1 car riage, 1' pair harrows, 1 plough. Free Trader, from Hobart Town: 2 tons bay, 2 bags twine, 6 bo=es washing soda, 11 boxes apples, 2 bags barley, 1,700 palings, I horse. Glencoe, from Hobart Town : 800 palings, 15 bags lime, 3 tons bay,.1 case jam, 600 feet timber. May 0. Keera, from Melbourne: 5 hhds. and 6 pkgs. brandy, 2 qr.-casks and 3 packages whiskey, 25 pkgs, beer, 14 pkgs. wine, 28 pkgs. tea, 59 bags sugar, 16 bags rice, and sundry freegoods. cxroaT..-May 8. Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town: 91 bead cattle. May 9. Reera, for Melbourue: 625 ozs. gold dust, and sundry free goods. .. May 10. Eclipse, for Hobart Town : 81 head cattle. Free Trader, for Hobart Town: 88 head cattle. M;ay 12. Glencoe, for Hobart Town : 89 head cattle.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. We have been informed 'hy Mesers. William Clarke and Sons that n new gohl-field has been disncovered within a very short distance of M'elbourne. The C prospectors, who are at present loth to disclose the locality, have taken out miner's rights to secnre themselves, aid, t upon so doin,' hlave shown a quantity of gold, part of which 'consisted of a nugget of 10 oz. in weight. A very serious accident ins occurred on the Mfelhourne and Suburban railway. Two trains-tihe 9 5 from Brighton, aind thle 9 35 from Melloirne--c'me into collision with each other just at the spot where the single diverges into the double line of rails at Jolimont. The driver of ench train enw the other ap proaching and slackened speed as much as possible. Tihe down train sholld have waited until the up train hlad passed the jniction and got upon the other line i of rails; but owing, it is supposed, to the i small power of the engine and to the L impetus possessed by th.e heavy train to d which it ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 7TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

PARLIAMUINTARY. - of LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. li WVEDuESDAr , Tra MAY. In answer to a question, adj Dr. Evans stated that he had called for a report as to the establishment of a night mail to Eglagh, Ararat, and Pleasant Creek, in connection with the pas lBallaarat Railway, and that the report \uts unfavorable to the proposition, far the the winter season at least. He wouhld aI take the earliest opportunity of arranging Re the mail in questionf as desired. rcc Dlr. Service called attention to the in subject of a complaint uanate by a person the named Wishart against the trustees of prs the cemetery, and read a letter from the sil secretary of the trustees disavowing the no action taken by one of their number- nis Dr. Macarthy- and agreed tlhat Wishart was entitled to inter the remains of his the late wife in the ground he had purchased wi in the cemetery. lie ttusted the Comu- G, missioner of Lands and Survey would cai take care to ascertain whether the views ox of Dr. Macarthy were sh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

MARRIAGE On the 3rd April, at Christ Church, Canter- bury, New Zealand, by the Rev. C. Fraser, William, fifth son of the late James A. du Moulin, surgeon, of H.M. 30th Regt., to Emily E. S., eldest daughter of C. Fearon, Esq., of Kiehuagua, Parramatta, N.S.W. DEATH. On the 8th inst., at Boisdale, Gippsland, William, eldest son of William Foster, Esq., Barrister-at-law, formerly of Sydney, and nephew of John Foster, Esq., of Hobart Town, Tasmania, aged 39 years.

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

SEXOELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1862. TiE Melbourne journals of last week have, for the first time, given us an intimation that, the qippsland 2imes is not, for the future, to receive any portion ofý,,the few Government adyprtiscments which are usually published in'~ Tis dis: t.F' To what weo are to attribute this slight to-the only North .`Gippslaid 'newspaper, we are at no loss to conjecture-it is nothing more than "following out the policy of the present Govern ment, which has determined to put all opposition under their feet. Individually and collectively they have a power which their present position places for a moment in their hands, and with this power they have determined to crush any attemnjt at the expression of public. opinion whenever it is antagonistic to their objcctsand interests. From the first formation of this unholy alliance we have inveiged against the action taken by the Ministry on almost every subject which they have introduced to the notice of the Assembly. Wit...

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SUMMARY OF ENGLISH & FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

BUM.1.ARIY OI ENGLISH- & FOREIGN 'NEWS. The amount' collected in England for the sutffrere by. the Hartley colliery ex pIlocion has reached to above £72,000, of which over £20,000 was collected in I .ootdon. An old lady, a native of Hayti, had arrived in London by the Etna, she is more than G 5 years of age, and Iler hair, whi.hl is represented as being like wool, is said to he upwards of seventeen feet lang. It is said that the old dame is intended for the Exhlibition. As usual, in Longford, where mob. ocracy is always ascendtlst during con tested elections, a fearful riot occurredl at the late contest between Colonel White and 'Major tO'ieily. The Pro testat t clergymen, says the Times, were ass0lited and Iarely esc sped with their lives, and the mob even condesceuded to attack their children and cruelly beat them. The celebrated Yelverton .case is ex pected to come to an immediate connclu. sion as fir as the law of Scotlantd is concertedl. lThe LordOrldinary will now, wit...

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THE JORDAN AND BEE-BEE GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

THIE JORDAN AND BEE-BEE GOLD-FIELDS. A meeting was held at the Royal Exchange Hotel on :Monday evening for theo prpose 'of hearing a statement from Mr. Anderson, a Crooked River Miner, who, with his mate Dungan and others, had passed over to the Jordan diggings, and who now kindly came forward to give what information he possessed, to those who were interested. Mr. Ross was called to the chair. The Chairman then said that Mr. Anderson was another claimant for the reward for the discovery of a practicable road to the Jordan ; that he had that day lodged his claim, with a description of the proposed route, but that he (the Chairman) did not think he was justified: in making it plblio until the time for all ap plications was expired. Mr. Anderson then came forward and said -as one of the parties who sent in a claim for having discovered a track to the Jordan, he begged to state that he and his mates left Sale for the Jordan on the 9th or 10th ult He was not aware until after he had exp...

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SALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 9. HENDERSON V. REED AND HATTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

SALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 9 HENDERSON V. REED AND HATTON. Mr. Atkinson appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Webb for the defendants. This case had boon previously befoer the Bench and adjourned for the production of documents. It appeared'that Mr. Henderson came down with a letter from Kaye and Butchart authorising himn to take possession of Bushy Park, and which possc.sion was never acceded to him by Mr. Donald McMillan, who is in charge for his brother. Itappeared, however, that Mr. Henderson discharged csnoe of the man who had been emialoyed there, amonllgst whlom cowere the two defendants, tile sles refusIed to leave unless. paid what \lalls? due to thaut for wages, and Mr. Hendersonl suronmloed tlhem for trcspass. On the former I appearance before the DBe:Ih. Mr. Webb con tended that a letter Carve IMr. Henderson nol right to take posssJilon, and the case was adjourned to permit of some better authortty being procured. At the Court, on this day, Mr. Henderson prnodtuced a p...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 16 May 1862

LOCAL NEWS.       economst, of"the Dth of.Moy, has, we   leased to find, obthiiicd better informs. as to the cost of shipping:. wheat, to on than the pro forma acount salon which "had extracted from tho ,South A ustralian or, and whichi ppe e'od on the 25th This pro forma eccouih t sales was sly intended for some ulterior purpose, iso it must have resulted from thorough nee of all matters connected, with the eido in London, As we. deem it of importanco to all' growers of wheat to I uaitted with the antual charges of Srind dispd?sigr of graini iniEngland~ v publish the amendd statement of thde tis, which is not only entirely con. ry of our opinion, but much more tory to intendling hipprs:-" Iti olir tf 2th March we extracted from the Age erma account sales of Australian wheat, n had boon prepared by Meessrs; 3fakin a ocrdt, of Liverpool. On the 25th o extracted from the Soutlh A stralfia another of ,the same description, d by a part...

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

ITi. S.ITII rsce just. opened up and ready for b T inspection the following Winter Goods :- bu Ladres' Cloth Jackets and .ill Alantles. Gi Ladies' Fancy Wincey Dresses. ch Plain Win inerys in all the newest thi shades, go Cobourgs and French Iferinoces. Smith's General Store. B LANCKETS, Flannels, Coun ) terpanes, Pilot Jackets, C Tweed and Doe Trousers, Flannel Shirts, Worsted Sox, American Pegged Boots, Bluchers, and lWellingtons, Et SMIITH'S GENERAL STORE, dtJnm JA1IMES DAVEW &.CO., WHOLESALE AND BETAIL Drapers,, Grocers, &c., GIPPS LAND MART, FOsTER STREET, NEXT TILE POLICE STATION SALE.. C A LARGE assortment of Boots ,Clothing; Glass, :Earthenware, &c., at the lowest remunerative'prices. COUNTRsYORnDERs PUNCTUALLY ATTENiDE TO Goods delivered free within four mhiles of the Mwonsehip. HAYES & CO., General Butchers, FOSTER STREET, 11AKE this opportunity to thank the T inhabitants of Sale and its vicinity for the liberal support awarded them since co...

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

CHALLENGE. I ANDREW ROBERTSON, the winner of the First Prize at   the North. Gippsland Agricultural Ploughing Match, held near Sale on the 14th instant, having heard some remarks as to the quality of my ploughing, am now open to plough any man who has ever ploughed at the Annual Ploughing Matches of the above Association for the sum of TEN P'OUNDS. "Five Pounds to be lodged at The Gippsland Times office on or before the 23rd inst., and the balance paid on the day of the match, say on the 30th instant, each party to choose a judge, which judges will have the power of choosing their own umpire. The entrance-money to be forfeited if the parties entering do not pay the whole sum, -say £10. The match to take place on the Sale Plains, and the scale to be not over 6in., by 9in., nor less than 5in. by 8in. dl6m c TENDERS W ILL, be RECEIVED for ERECT- ING A WEATHERBOARD CHURCH, on the Catholic Reserve, Stratford, until the 30th instant. For particulars apply to MR. MONAGHAN, Nun...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

TO TIIE EDITOn O rTIIE OIPP3it.ND TIMOI. S111,-Will you kindly permit toe, through the tmedium of your journdl, to express my ldeep gratitude to Mr. Kent and Mrs. IBuntine for the i lvaluable assistonc. relnered by thom to my wife, when dangerously ill, during lly absenlce froml hotme. I was called away oil pressitg business to S:le, and during my absence my wife won taken with tie pains of labot:. No one was near to reldler her tih -atsistauce she required, and she atinht htvo died had not ?Mr. Kenot- providentially pIossed at the tiuome, who, on heauring thie screamsn of tny boy, and having ascertained tlle cauose, ollt spturs to his hIorse, ntlll rode oT for nasistance. On his way he came tup with Mrs. Buutine, and having told her thie slate of the case, she, with a kilnteos I shall never forget, at once took one of her horses from ther team, and rode back to my abodo, and to lter careful and assidtlous attention to my wife do I believe that, under Providence, shte was spared to ...

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OUR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

OUR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. TO TIHE EDITOR OF TIle GIPP1LAND TI.rES. Sitt,--nMay of your readers, like myself, who feel a deep interest in whatever" affects our Public Institutions, 'nnst have felt considerable utlasilless at the attmenllts contahiielli in a letter from the Ilev. John' McGirr in your last issue. As a yieng Eotnlunl ty, there are several lamongst 11s who look with a degree of self-glorifieation on the future I IprOspects of ou1r rising towllnship, ni Swho are disp sed to think that the several institutions, already incorporatedl, are fol'rtlded on a liberal and ccintre-. hensive state of moral feeligli, as Iwitness our Churches, M\lechanics' Institute, andM National School. At a time when-the friends of the young and rising generation are called upon to legislnte for filturity, ill respect to educatti,on, anything affecting our pre- t sent itnstitutions, especially that sectilon t cl:minlg pnblic fitvors, shohll he nar- t rowly inquired into. It is not, therefiore, t to...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

TAOLe8 OF TIIC ASRRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at On IIo hisOfrice from Melbourne ... Mfon. Tlmr. & Sat. 0 a.m Rosedale ...... , ,, ,, Tmralgon...... , ... .,, Westhbusry...... ,, ,, ,, Russell'sCreek ,, ,, ,, Dandenong ... ,, t ,, ,, pnm. Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 3.S0 Tarraille...... ,, ,, , Pot Albert :'.. , ,, VarratsYarramnl ,, ~ . s.. Stratford ...... Mondays & Thlurdays 6 psin. IBirnsdale...... , , ,, Bruthen ...... ,, ,, Omeo............ n. , Mails close at On . Hour this Office for p.m. Melbtorne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. Rosedalo ... ,i " I » ) Traralgoel...... ,, ," ,,I Westbury ... ,, , I - R.sseell'sCreek . I p.m. Alberton ..... Tuesdays & Thursdays 7.30 Peort Albert ... ,, " YarramYarramn s Stratford ...... Mondays & Thursdays Bairnedale.... " t,, , , Bruthen ..... ,, Omeo ........ ,, JOliN D. LEESON, Postmaster. 'ost Office, Sale,-May 13, 1862. POST.OFFICE,...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

of LOCAL NEWS. as Pe would remind those persons who have t registered themselves as electors for ,rh Oippsland, that there is no collection ar voterS names for the year 1802, and that 6tt Snext Revision Court will be held on the 'tt h day of June next, for whlh noticesmust Coo served not later than the 10th of the same 00 ith. Forms for registratiot can be obtained t ,0 the Deputy-Registrar, at' the 'Court gle ise, Sale. The Revision Court fur the It "stern Division will be hold at Rosedale, bh lliddle Division at Sale, and the Eastern vision at Stratford; the latter is a veory O nuvenient arrangement for porsons residing er rth of the Mitchell River. A second Revi n Court should have been appointed for the an tern District at Bairnsdalo. The present sp pended Registration Act is.pqly another cu Sof disfranohising the mining population ve victoria, and the Registratiod' and Revision toe urts of Gippoland will now diafranehise very lao rly three thousand miners So much for co e tpres...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold oursaves c responsiblo for theo opinions of our correspondents. t TO THE EDITOR OF THE oIPPSIhND TIMES, l Smr,-Having boon on the Lakes for some time back, I have not had the pleasure of read- I ing any paper . outaining Dr. Bulh'h account of I the boat-accident oil' Lake Wellington neither I can I obtain done in the township with the full detail, whlich, I undcerstimd, occupied a column and ha-ltalf, but, shoduld it oll be of .the same 1 tenor as the abridgment in the Leader, which l I have before me, I nlust co'mpliineit Dr. Bull I on the brdllioncy of his inveotivo'geenis. The Doctor states that the bont begoun to fill when 1 sloe got on shore, and that'every wave made ia clean sweep over her. Both those as?ertions I are incorrect, as some timto after Mrs. Bulll and children owere landild, I, at her request,, went ill the boat ond brought out a favourito dog and two parrts antdo left some fowls roast lug on the gaff, which was lower,:d. Neither of t...

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THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. ON W'rednesday evening Mr. Archibald Campbell returned again to Sale fromn the Jordan dilgings, and completely corroboratcs' the accounts of the pros perity of the millers at work there, as reported by Mr. Anderson and others. The population, he states, to be about 2,000 peopie, andi the ,distanco. from Sale about 90 miles. '"A bridle track, sufficient for two` pack'-horses abreast, haIs been clenied, except fir a short dis tnmce .at this end, anld at this his party nre inow at work., M?r. 'l'homas Neilson, iune of his rparty, who- : hais .been' .for some time both ,packing and carrying with drays on the Omen roud, says that he coulhl take 4,5i001 Is. on a dray to within ten miles of the diggings, if the road was cleared- of seflicient width. aMr. Oamplbell is now ready-to take with him any party, wlsho mny b?e ppointed by the Exploration Cotmnittee, for the purpoas of examining the di fferent routes, buit, as yet, he is thie only person who lhas given notice th...

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COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

COMING LAND SALES. The following Special Lands in Fee Simple are to be sold at Sale on the 13th of June, 1802. The sale to be conducted by W. T. Dawson, Esq., District Surveyor : 10 Township allotments at Sale. Upset price, £8 per acre. 10 Township ittotminnt at Traralgon. Up. sot price, £8 per acre. Parish of Tinamba, stunted adjacent to Mr Johnson's pre-emptive sections at Mblwburn Park, from ten to fifteen miles north west of Sale. , . Upae.price, .£1 perare. 24 lots of 80 acre's.iacla.- 8 lots of 78 acres each. 1 lot of 90 ucre?.'o lot of 154a.lr. 27p. 1 lot of 133a. Ir. 24p, On the 14th 1of June, 1802. 12 Township allotments at Rosdale, 2 roods each. Upset price, £Sper acre. Also the following lotsa t Wurruck Wurruck, situated adjacent to Mr. Pearson's pro. emptive section, Kilmany Park, and to Ful Iham pre-emptive section, from one to six miles west of Sale. . Upset pri.o, £1 per acre. Lot 13. Portion 1,409a. Or. tp. One month allowed to remove felne. Lot 14. Portion 2, 38a. I...

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THE "ARGUS" AND ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862

TIllo " ARGtSttU ; ASSEMBLv , 'I?in judgemenst in Mr Aill hedietlst itlte:ivere I, and, as expceted, tle decision is a BHaise:. It' may well lie: delivered this judemellt ansa er, and it iitplies all. R say," Mr. Justice CPAN case stands thus: The Jud that .Parliameut holds asut? a fish ponil or save a ne creditors'; and tlat they it to punish any attemp t ast withl the so-called prVlieOe imitation of the Great parlii Britain. Our Parl obliged to use the words, gnore, the idea),. compo0 whom ?-It is, it appear. Enough, that Don, bl O'Coater, and several portio6i' of its constituej, the result ? Maladiils miserable tyranny, a flse pnsitioih, and a thor5n all .the science of ap"o 'h'l}is.is the present Pnrla'"' the last and the greates represelitationI I Of its desire to say io more.l may exist a very biC Arqgrus may well argm2 of impn orting JLldges, tlihe .necessity of i"nnardtig ot all hjiglai:l, but a toria, who may matko die its great prototypet of nerecy with its porvaors Mir' J...

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