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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
COMMERCIAL. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. Mr. W. Lawrence reports :-The weather has improved, and with it a slight reaction is perceptible in the demand for breadstufit. Farmers being too busy to forward supplies of wheat a better demand has sot in, and more anxiety is apparent on the part of buyers to oppertte. The Marchioness has arrived at Sydney with dates from San Francisco to the 18th March: at that time advices ,from Asetralia had reached, down to January, showing that these markets were closed to California for breadatufts, although a sufficient margin remained for oats and barley. Heavy floods had impeded agricultural operations, destroyed property to a great amount, and with the still more serious consequences of the loss of life. The English March mail advises an unexpectedly dull corn market, through the continuance of heavy supplies of ill.conditioned wheat being forced upon the market. The Mark Lane Express of the 2ith March thus remarks :-" The past week has been the roug...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
SIITPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AURIVED.-May 16. Keern, a s, 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel. bourne. Turnbull, Howden and Co., agents. May 21. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thom, from Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howden and Co., agents. - agents. Ironrs.-May 10. Keer, from Melbourne : 35 bags sugar, 00 pkga. tea, 1 hhd. beer, 1 keg rum, 1 keg brandy, 2 qr.-casks and 1 keg wine, and sundry free goods. May 21. Free Trader, from Hobart Town: 6 cases and 2 casks apples, 1 bag barley. EXPORTS. Nil. CLcARlID oUT-May 16. RKeem, for Melbourne. SsAILED.-May 14. Olencoe 150 tonse, T. Lang, for iobart Town. SMay 10. Keera, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Melbourne.
SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
SALE POLICE COURT. &nbsp; MONDAY MAY 19. &nbsp; Before Captain Carey, R.M. &nbsp; SLY GROG SELLING. (Remanded from the 5th Inst.) &nbsp; SERGEANT M'DONALD V. S. PAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Atkinson appeared for the defendant. th The evidence at tie previous examination being road over, the defendant owas produced tn and gave the following evidence :-- . I recollect the 2nd of April. Lang and &nbsp; Campion came to my house on that day. There &nbsp; was also a woman and a little boy. Patrick &nbsp; McGovern was there with a dray. Lang aitrnd lhe Cnlmplion came in and nasked for a drink of wt water. I told themo I had to'carry water three tic miles oi my back, but as I.knew Lang, I anid of I'would give them some; they then.nsked for it liard stuff, and one of theni soid btnlndy, I said wi I hliad none bit if I had I would give them a .drop. McGovern, who was there at the time, fo thenl went out to the d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
DREVERMANN, CAMERON, & CO. BA ? N SDAL E, MITOIHELL RIVER, IH AVE always on hand and for Sale a large and well-selected stock of every article in WINES and SPIRITS, GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IRON MONGERY, Etc., which they are now enabled to sell at greatly reduced prices for CAste. Traders to the Diggings, Settlers, and other wholesale buyers, will find they can be supplied at D. C. and Co.'s with every article they require on terms as advantageous as at aniy store in North Gippaland. GOLD BOUGHT IN ANY QUANTITY. HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN. VICTORIA lEIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, L.1000,000. Agents for Gippaland, 4IlARDELL & RAPHAEL,, Sale. FLOODING CREEK DISPENSARY W. H, VIZE, CITIEIIST AND DRUGGIST; 1RAY MOND STREET, SALE, Opposite the Presbyterian Church. WIIiLIAMI B RYANT, BOAR.DING HOUSE, Raymond Street, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Sale and its vicinity that he is at all times ready to get up DIinners, Sup pers, Etc., Etc, in the very best style. Hlis ii ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE GII'PSL.D TIMES. Oi1 Sin,-I do not know whether you will con sider the subject matter of this letter of too private a nature for pililication in your jour- Yo nal, but I rest 1my claim for its insertion on i the grounds of the charge against me having t been made in the open Court of J istice at Bairusdale, n1ml, considering your journal as n s1 vindicator of right and an exposer of error, cll I think I may therefore claim your courteous roi ncquiiescence I have been informed by a friend, who was in the Bairnsdale C.ourt of Justice on the 8tl inst., that Mr. Sub- col Inspector Palmer chose to deliver himself of let no little amount of vindictive tirade against po me on the occasion of Mr. Young claiming a tic mare that the police had wrongfully seized on suspicion of its being illegally sold (mildly, but liteally, stolen) by me to him, the fdllacy nt of which I will siew by stating the whole by particulars of the case. Mr. Palmer said that had lie not been at P...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
MISCELLANEOUS. Toe Cii.1MIP[nN RAcr.--The fellow iog are the entr'ies for tha fi lth ClIanpion IRace, to" Ibe run for ,in -Geelong in, Oetolrer lst : WV. Warren's b c Bayard, by Bolardo- Beoswing,3 yinra Henry Phillips' b.g Clive, by Clifton-,aged W. Fuller's id b c lEagle. by Premier,- ,aged H. C. Jeffrey's a h Colonel, by Cessack Edith, 5 yrs Rogei Kel.all's b a iEneas, by Boiardo Jersey. 3 yrs James lenderson's s ca h Barebone. by Indian Warrior-IlouLtnin Ma[id's dam, 3 yrs H. Hlowell's b m The Nun, by Boiardo- Matilda, 3 yrs J. lIarper's b c Barwon, byBuiardo-Jeanette, Syr . J. llendeorsos nus b Cainmden, by Wiarhawk Calliope, 4 yrs George Benneott's b g Lord of the Isles; by Sportsman--Lady qf the Lake, 3 yrs W\mi. C. Yuille'a'f Josephine, by King Alfred -Ruby, 3 yra A. t' Dunald's 0c. Younig Dutchman, by Bloiardo-a vagabond mare, 3 yrs Jamnes Henderasn's sus b Is Mormon, by Premier-Delaware Girl, aged E. De Mestre's h Is Archer, by William Tell Maid of the Oaks, ii yr's T. J. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
BIRTHS. At Strathfieldsaye, on the 18th instant, the wife of L. Bolden, Esq., of a son. At Sale, Gippsland, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. W. H. Smith, of a son. DEATH. On the 20th May, at his mother's residence, Milton Park, Christopher Gerrand, aged 24 years. The funeral will take place on Friday, 23rd inst., at one o'clock p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation, as there will be no circulars issued except to those at a dis- tance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
TENDERS W ILL be RECEIVED for ERECT- t ING A WEATIIERItOARD CHLURCLI, on the Catholic Reserve, Stratford, until the 30th instant. For particulars apply to MR. IiONAG HAN,Nurtiu, or MIR. I.OGUE, Stratford. dIl 23m CAUTION. A LL PARTIES having STRAY or OTHER STOCK upon the BUSHY PARK or STRATFORD RUNS are hereby CAUTIONED from RE?IOVING tl a same without the consent or authority of the under signed. Any one so doing will be prosecuted. WILLIAM J. IIENDERSON. dl6m c )250 GOD STORE WETHERS 2 EWES IN. LAMB. Apply Office of this paper The above are to be sold on account of the owner hav-ing no run, and they will be disposed of on easy terms. 13th May, 1812. dltim c WANTED. SRASS fora FLOCK OF SHEEP . for ONE YEAR or more. Apply at office of this paper. 18th May, 1862. dl6m e DURHAM AND HEREFORD CATTLE, WX E. and A. S. KING'will SELL, by PUBLIC AUCTION, at SALE, the'first week in July next, 22 Durham Bulls, 1 to 6 years 26 Durham Cows and Heifers 11 Durham Calves G Hereford Bulls, I to 0 y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
TEAM TO MVIELBOURNE. IE fine screw steamship KIEERA.K will leavo Port :Albiert'eveiry seas ill Le earried to'orA .om Port; .Albert at a80; each. ight-flold, 2d. per .ounce., Par-, cels over 200 ounces, 1 l.. old for shipment,' must be entered lieo Customs before 10 io'clock a.mn. he day of sailing. . eturn Tickets..... ..J .. ;..£5; Available for 14 days. ._ or freight or passage" apply; to NBULL, HIIOWDEN,'& CO.,. rfstreet, PortAlbert. I goods at consignees'. risk when ed. All goods discharged, if not red from the Wharf before? 4 acock will be stored at consignees' risk expense. a 0" AMER TO TIHE MITCOELL AND TAMIBO. hE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred iMorrisby Commander, i will, leave, a Trobo Bridlge every 'Tuesday ug, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the FARES: in Passengers ' .. 1 0s. erage ...... £1 Is. (Including refreshmentse.) FREIGHT :. bhrty Shillings (30s.) per ton payable, on delivery, Parcels, 2s. lid. McAIiDELL & RIAPIIAEL. N OT1.0 C E . N0',ICE..., SSRS. D REVER M...
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 23 May 1862
(et (iBtlattil (iCllu . of " m " EXCEsz.sIO." : tli Se FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1862. nI fu Ten scenes which haveoccurred in !t our Police Court during the recent w prosecutions for sly-grog selling,she o little indication of that progress of ci society in Gippsland which we had, dl fondly portrayed to our own imma ginations as the result of the ;in- i1 creased intelligence of the age' in which we live. Falsehood and per- ot jury as gross and inconsistent as ever occurred before the corrupt courts el of the Stuarts have been perpe- in trated. Titus Oats himself would be have to sink into insignificance at the P1 flagrant perversion of truth which it 11 has, for some weeks, been our painful ti duty to witness. Affirmation and 1 negation have been the tenor of the al witnesses' sworn evidence. No pre- d varication-no mental reservation no cloaking under the shadowy pre- r tence of twisting words and phrases, tl but direct and steady violations of b the sacred appeal " So help me, e: GoD,"-by d...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
TO TUE EDITOR OF TlE OIPsrLAD TrIMes. Smi,-From the renmrk appended by you to mny last communication, I venture to address you on a matter groatly affecting our inuterests, namely the wnut of a bridge or punt ncross the Glengarry at that part known no Miller's crossing, whero: large quantities of goods have to be carried over on a fallen log, which is often under water, and all animals have to swim the river at great risk, loss of time,' and expenso to their owners. We were given to, understand that a considerable sum had ,been placed on th4, iEsatnmates for the construction of a bridge,-,has this been with drawn :Our population it present is perhaps as largo and not more fluctuating than any other in the same area itiS Gippsland, and for the sake of a trifling sum, all of us have to pay heavily for the cartago of goods; and carriers more particulaily would feel the benefit. A punt would have been placed there by private enterprise, but "fer of Government exactions on tolls levied h...
NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. "The following account of the New Zealand gold.fields is taken from the Nelson .Examiner'of the 12th inst., and will, we believe, be interesting to some of our readers : There is no question so frequently de bated' here, and I presume, considerablv more so in Dunedin, as that of wheth?er the gold-fields will last or not. Panic stricken speculators; fearful as to that last investment in hoots, land-j.bhbers doubtiul as to,lwhether that corner allotmenit, for which they paid such an extravagant price, will turn up trumps, or become valueless with the collapse of the diggings, are alike anxious to define the future of Otago. \\hether during the next twelve months new fields will be discovered, or e hetlher, as in the case of the Port Curtis rush, the Government' of Victoria will not have to pay the return passage nionv of some ' of her truant sons, is a question most bhisi ness men desire to have answered, and one which, on their arrival here, they are pretty c...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
PARLIAMENTARY. nl In the Legislative Asseimbl on th Friday, the salaries to lie paid to to Government oBciall was Irou,.gl;t befire II the House. After ia lng discusitsion, the yr' Ministerial sclhemie aves adopted withlut i" any aelter , ation, ii einieIiIIIet inOreasini t the tI.iximtm of the lifth clhss lrnmi tr £180 to £200 being \\iltl:lrawn. a( 1 antller, i cllliln i tle llt txildllm ii . the di fourth fromn £350 to £:300, beicit teneatived. fo in lthe Legislatiye CouIcil, in T'l'ii'e- \V hday, after a long lan rIuiblin.i slpech Iby I C(lt. Cole on thie harb ur deteinervs, thei ' Laii Bill was brou.ght in the i lIs. c AlIr. Fawltner chllrg ld tile GoivernimII t tl \\ith altering the mnpil sice it had been, tl in the Cinncil ('hubeir, and aftl'r II t iung arttaihlle, progress wai rep ,rted, a allolltg': no progess hl:L1 been i adle. Il the Legishntive Assemillv. Mri Ireland informed the House that the a Judges had decided that MAr. Dill was i properly in cistody, and that the ,...
COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
COMIMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHIEIRS. Slde, May 30, 1802. We have mado arrangements with the stock holders of Gippalnmd, by which wo shall be enabled for the future to pul,lish a list of thoseo partics who i?lend forwa rding fat stock to ielbourne for sale, with the date of start ing from their stations, and the number pro. posed to be drafted. All stock.owners in. tending to forward stock will please to send at least seven days' previous noticse ti this office. T,'T Srocic proposed to be forwardel in No. May. W.MLontgomery, Esq., The Heart 200 31 The Ridge Station ..................... 100 31 E. Crooke, Esq., Holey Plain ... 100 31 J. F. Turnbull, Esq.. Loyang ... 100 31 June: W. Pearson, Esq, Kilmany Park 200 0
THE GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
TIlE GOVERýý ?AD VERT ISEIIEý Ito tdi Lngib:tivn AsqnnbY,' iliy, the 22nd intlnntl Dr·. MAClUAY 'nkaknd the 1'tt wvhicthr rit Wei3 thin c it the advertisemento ladl bee ultd Gi1petntnd Tmesa, thie inlr iinowpiipor pi'ihntnd, and trehin tion in Nortti Gipphitn i Mr. hIItIJh S ntitrod thinU quinits reni roiuit tlt no ipp nnan don bahanlf of The thin piuner' tadInt botin propainei b' A dportopen tl i o termnls tnate, n .in itter 1,0l0 thie (ovritnnilt Prililer otecive thiinmni tati(t byrO r V''Iii reply 9ieit tin to iwhiy ft ii te lbh l 'in' ,c ft d Tor (o ~i(Cd f lon! are which were to rcuijc Vt neat aieertiseclmlets, was nothliilg I r less tian a piece of legiseltive 1 V-o0e of these slilppery louiani 1 out of anll implied insult, ,tl t to the district we represellt. very nearly twelve uiotthl we uhurly received the Uuverient/t weits belougig ,to°our district. er applied for them, nor were we ,t ouch a proeeding wasree ecs l wre supplied with such is we/ were co0stiered to Ie usually...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF TOE -GIFOFStP ND TIMES. Sn,--I beg of you to insert these few lines in your valuable paper, knowing that you are a lover of truth. I cannot read the remarks you make in your lost paper about thile pros perity of North GippsInud without feeling it my duty to remind you that you have, with out mercy, dealt out a heavy blow to formers and others. Let me tell you, Sir. that you have seen the spilter and overlooked the beam. Iiad you salid we wanted a new mill, instead of now blood, I would have held my tongue, but now I will ask, where is the eucourage menut for the farmer? When he, after a long year's labor, has got his grmin ready for the market. there is no one desirous of specnlating in buying his grtain-why? simply becaulse there is no mill to go to where he can get wheat made into good flour; consequently, the fatrmer must run the risk himself to make the best of it ho can. lIe takes the wheat to the mill, but what does Ihe bring back ? Ile does no...
MELBOURNE PRICES OF FLOUR AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
MELBOURNE PRICICS OF FLOUR AND ,GRAIN. Flour-Tasmanian, country and town mado (Victorian), £10 10i to £12 Adelaidd, £12 to £13; llfgarey's and Hiort's, Adelaide, £13 10s; Californian, £10 10a to £11 per ton; United States, 37s per barrel. . Wheat Colonial, 4s 5d to 48 Od; Adelalde, 4s Od; Californian, 4 6dd; feeling sorts, 4s to 4 3d per bushel. Ots--Irish and Scotch, 3s 10d; Californian, 4n 3d ; colonial, 4J 4 4d to 4s 8d per bushel. Barley-Cape and Californian Feeding, 4s to 4s 61d; Molting, Os 6d to 7s per blshol. .Maize. 4s to 4s3d per bushel. Gram, £10 per ton. Bran, sla 3d per bushel
JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
JORDAN DIGGINGS. On Monday evening a mooting, rather has tily called, assembled at the Club Hotel for the purpose of opening the applications of those parties who had made a claim for the promised reward for the discovery of a track to thie Jordan Diggings. The meeting was convened by circular addressed to several parties, who were subscribers, of which the following is a copy: " The time in which a track to the Jordan Diggings entitling the finder to claim tihe re ward having lapsed, the tradesmne and sub scribers on the Creek are requested-to meet this evening at Eight o'clock, at Mr. French's Hotel, when the several claims will be laid before them. " CEo. ROSs, Convener." The room was crowded, there being con siderably over one hundred persons present, including several parties who had been over to the Jordan. Mr. Jamss DATer was called to tile chair, when Mr. Ioss, the Secretary, handed in tlhe following claims for having found the best and most practicable route. lie (Mr. Ross)...
The Gippsland Times. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
ýL1ý " I;Irtliliih ýtipll' " EXCELSIOR." FIRIDAY, MAY 30, 1862. WarEs we contrast the fiery debates 7 of the educational cmpirics of the Assembly of Victoria with the mild and simple advocacy of Joseph Lan caster in the great cause of" In struction of Youth," we cannot arrive at any very satisfactory conclusion C as to the result of the "Educational n Bills before the Parliament, nor can we understand why it is,. that advo cates of different schemes, all having the same object in view, should give way to those asperities which are now of nightly occurrence in the c Assembly: We have, at present, two Educational Bills before the House -the one introduced by MIr. Heales, the other by MIr. O'Shanassy-the s one the late Chief Secretary, the other the present. A still more ex traordinary coincidence,-these twot men, who have arrived at different periods to the highest pinlnacle of Victorian, honors, have both been I pointed at.as,having had little or no school education' themselves, and ...
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDAL. Mafils arrive atl O" n - ' ?l thin oflico from Hour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 "n." DuIdenTng...... , , WoStbury ...... S le ... T ue i. n ,, 3 P' u Stratford ....... . Oniro ..... - r Port hlUet...... 3 .'p.,. Alberton ......... TiirivillO ... Yarlaui larranm Mail cloe O our. this office for _ __our. p.m. .Melbourno ...... TTes. Fri. Sun. 2.3? Daudellnog ......... ,r ,, , TrulI gon .... , , Westbury ....... . . Sale .......... Wed ,, :: 6p.m. Stratford........ - Bairnsdale ...... - ,, ,, ,, lOmieo ... .... ,, ,, Port Albert...... ,, ,, Alberton .... ,, . Tarnlvillo ... , Tarra.n Yorroam N.B.--No stamps sold or letters deliveredo or registoied on Sindays. . " HENRY LUKE, Postmaster. Ilosedalo, 9th April, 1862.