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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST-OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLA.D MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. JMails arrive at 0 Hour .hisOflise from Melbourne ... Mlon. Thur. & Sat. 0 a.m Rosedale ..... . » , TIrarutgn u . u... ..., Weutbury..... ., .,,, Russell'sCreek . ,, ,,. ,, Dandenong ... , ,, p.l. Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thurs:lays 3.30 Trranville...... ~ » » Port Albert ... " ,, Yto'rolllnaYu Isrnolm Semtfoni ...... Mondays & Thurd'lays 0 p.m. 13airnosdle.... ,, Buptlhen ...... Omeo.......... . , " Mfils cle at or this Office for Q our Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11,30 Sat 8 p.m. Roedals ...... ,, 'IrT ralgon ...::. ,, Russell'a Crael i , ,, ,, Dandonong:. , ,, Alborton ..:.., Tuesdauys & Thursdays 7.30 Tarraville..... ,, . . fort Albert ... ,, n , YarramoYarram ,, Stratford ... Mondays & Thursdays , iairnstlalo.... ,, Bruthon ...... . ,,. Om.en ..... . , JOIIN D. LRIItSON, Posm1aster. l' st Olinc, Sale, May 13, 1812.

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO THE HONROBERT THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO TIIE ION. iOBP.nT TIlltisoN.- A nrther serious i ,aecident occurred on the ilelbourtie and o lItighton ~ hnilway line yesterlday morn- d .ini. 'lThe ficts appear to bie Iriefly as follows :- The enginile irawitng the 1I.1,5 ,v train fr, m tlrighltoul gt r if the linlle near ;tlle BHench staltiln, alnd a special (ueIF peager was sent off.tol tllhe rad station,l, ilnforlilllg thei ntllllrities of tihe .i'lrt. t 'They appear to have lbeen of.the ofl inion tl ,that the Brighton engine wquld not be able to get on the line, and s a:tcated tie 12.25 train, from il.elbourne, in due L ,course. Unfortmintelyt J:eever, alout i ihalf-past twelve the mishap whichl lhad .occurred at iBrigh.ton .was recti.led, and i ;that train proceeded on to, town. The i onllserilnetice wvats that the two trains 1 Citle into collision with frithtfil force It -in the deep .enltilg on the Melbourne side f.tlhe Elsternwick station, having imptrl dently passed the siding at that a station where t...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The principal sufferers by the late collision on the Brighton Railway are, we are happy to state, both doing well. Mr. Thomson is progressing more favor. ably than was at one time anticipated; and the engine-lriver, Mattinson, is also improving.-Arqus. 26th May. The Hlon. J. Fawkner has been giving a lecture on the " Reminiscences of the settlement of Port Phillip." The next lecture is to take place on the 6th of June. WVe can only say with Cowper, that when John next lectures, " may we be there to see." The horse market is brisk at present, more so tlan it has been for many monthls past. Good backs especially are mulnc inquired after, and good stock, horses are also in fair demand. Very few really good'horses have Ioeen brought to market lately ; in fact, the horse stock of the colony generally seems to have fallen off in tquality in a most unnconnt able manner, nottvithatandting all the first class .entirea imported, and all other efforts nmade for i!mprovetment. Th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

SHIPPING ILNTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. Anniv?n.--May 22. KeoI( , s, lid tons, S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turubull, Ilowden and Co., ngents. I.?rT01TS.--May 22. Keera, from Melbourne: 20 cases Geneva, 53 pkgs. tea, 1 qr.-cask and 6 cases wino, 6 cases claves, 159 bugs sugar, 6 pkgs. tobarco, 8 hhds, and 10 cases beer, 2 blibd. brandy, aud sundry free goods. ExPronTr..-M-ay 23. Keera, for Melbourne. 500 ozs. gold dust. May 24. Free Trader, for lobart Town: 83 head cattle. cr. n:oE oUr--Ily 23, Kecm, for Melbourne. May 24. Fee Trader, for Hobart Town. sBArLE.-May 23. Keern, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Malbourne. May 20. Free Trader, 200 tone,. J. Thom, for Hobart Town.

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MELBOURNE Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

M7ELBOURNE ll4ARKtETS. Foun, OGna~ls, &c.-Mr. Wm. Lawrence reports :-The corn market is without much change. Wheat is in rather bItter request, while flour has firmed in price. In horse feed less activity is apparent Th'o markets in the various gold-fields indicate a generally improved tons. At Beechworth it is thus reported : "The price of wheat has materially inmproved, and ia corresponding rise in flour will certainly follow." At Ilhclaant, '! the flour mnarket remains standy at last week's: prices." Sandhutst. -" Thlere has been a fair demand for tice best bramds of Adelaide floir, of which the markot is bare." The list cdvice from Otago state that good Adelaide ,flour, was scarce, and, to' sell to bakers, worth £17 t10 to £18 per ton. Imports of flour for the week are light-oats to a fair extent; potatoes heavy, while the exports are limited. Flour is saleable at quotations. Wheatt Supplies are short, and a greater anxiety exists on the part of buyers to get into stock,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

IMPOfRTERS OF LArS OF y,?r - Derscriptanou. ý:glishb&uikt riran THE t T D GIPPS LAND HARDWARE COMPANY LAMP OILS, IARDWYARE . aEn s. 31PAINT OILS, no Wlite l cad,,& Colors, CL PAPE., H ',NGINGS, IMPLEMENTS. -- o-,;- E c.,Etc. BhII CROWN ?3AR IRON AND STEEL, FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. WILLIAIVI 3DDIER.TY, BAIPNSDALE, j FFERS for SALE: Brandy in bulk and case Whisky and Run Geneva, Ohld Tom, and Bitters (Boker's) ,port and Sherry, in bulk and ctse Champagne, flock, Claret, and Sauterne Porter and A,le, in pints and quarts Cyder and Cordials To.bacco (Barrett's, Anchor, and Flat Fig) and Cigars Tea(bik.), Chests, Ialves, andCatties Sugars.-Loat, Cossiporb, Counter, and Ration Candles-Sperm and Tallow ;Soanp Pickles, Coffee, Pepper, Mustard, Salad Oil Starch, Dried Apples, Currants, and Raisens Salt-Coarse, Fine, and Tptblo Lobsters and Salmon Rope and Cornsacks Arrowroot, Sago, Pearl Barley, and Split Pease Matches, Vestas, and I.N.E. Flour, best Adelaide. x 5 my c GOLD BOU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

'TUESDAY, 1st JULY. a theo Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria. At Law, No. 6003. 13ctween John Johnso ,nad John Hood, - trading at Port Albert undler the firm of Johnson and flood, Plaintiffs, And George Barnes, Defendant. TO'I'IC]E is hereby given that under .. and by virtue of a writ of fieri whcias, issued out of the above court, ind directed to me as Special lailill to i execute the same, I will sell, or cause tl to be sold, by plublic auction, at the tl toyel ]xxchanIge Hotel, Sale, on 'tiles- IkI day, the first day of July, 1862, at the hour of One o'clock in the afternoon, all the above-named defendant's right, t:tle, and interest (if any) in and to the following pieces or parcels of land, situate in a County uunnamed, Parish C unnamed, Mitchell River, North Gipps land, Colony of Victoria, unless this execution be previously satislied, Allotments 7 and 8 of section 3 on plan of subdivision of part of said section, and known as thle Mitchell township, being the property o...

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SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 26. Before Arbuckle, Esq.; J.P, W. Mont gomery, Esq., J.P., and the Resident Magistrate., The defendants in the remanded eases of sly-grog selling were called, when the Bench said that the cases of Rushton, Reed, and Jones; were dismissed, as the spirits had been served during their absence from home. The case of McDonald v. Smith was then proceeded with, when Samuel Wain Was called as witness for the prosecution. Witness was examined by Sergeant McDonald. -I am a laborer, residing at Traralgon. I know Lang and Campion. I saw them some while back but do not know the day. I saw them before I went to Smiths at the More well. I saw them at the Moe bridge. I went with Campion to Lear's, where I had some thing to eat. I stayed at the bridge all night. Campion Lang and I camped there. I did not see Smith on that night. I went back to Lear's and had some breakfast. Lear asked me to have some. I then went to Mr Smith's with Campion and Lang. Had bread and beef...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

LOCAL NEWS. he requoat of several gentlemen, who cen in the hablit of supplying' the r.e market wvith fat stock from' this t, we have this day published a registry; continued weekly, of cattle leaving and for Melbourne, and trust that those residing at a distance fromn Sale" will e advantage oof a correct' registry, being From our.own resources we cannot o the knowledge of the various drafts may be intended to be forwarded to t, we can only depend on the informa. vhick we now solicit from the various as in North Gipplanud., We .give our es free for the advantigo of the' district' e only require in return, correct and y notices. terday we received, as usual, ousr Gdvern advertisemonts, and, it.,nppearn all that ated now, 'i the Government Printer's ion to place tid on the list of approved uls, for this vwe'ha'd hpisilied, and we me there will not be much.difliculty in -y. It still sonms rtiher stro?geo that 0o hitherto' been in the receipt of circur and comininoications respecting ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 May 1862

S TEAM TO IVIELBOURNE. Ifl Hj line screw stelmship IKEERA i. will .eave Port. Albert every fo'rsee Stcil et, ,,. ri o',orr ,rorif Port Albert at 30s,'eacs.i:: Freighlt--flold, 2d. per 6unce. Par-. cels over 200 ounces, I 1l. ' Gold, for shipment, 'unst be entered at the Customs bforiee 10 o'clock a.nm. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets ..................£5 Availablo for 14 days.' For freight or passago apply; to TURtNBULE, 1 HO\DEN,t & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbort. All goods at consignees' risk when. landed. All goods diischarged, if not remored from the wharl before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a o TEAMER TO THE ITJECHELL AND TAMBO., IIE steamer EN'ERPRISE, Alfred 1lorrisby Cohmmander, will idave hoe La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday ruing, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the bove. FARES: Cabin Passengers .. £1 10s. Steerageo ...... £1 is. (Includin9 refreshments.) FREIGHT : Thirty Shillings (80s.) per ton. payable on delivery, Parcels, 2s. Od. ...

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REPUDIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

REPUDIATION. [Owing to the extreme length of Mr. Crooke's letter, we can only tax our readers with the infliction of one moiety in our present number, and reserve our remarks until the whole document is in the Ilnds if the public ] TO THE EDITOR-,OF TlE OIPPSLAND TIRES. SI,-I hoave observed your, article on my letter that appoiired in the Economist on 2nd inst., and if I wan merely replying to yourself I should request you to couaslt London Putlch, 29th March, 1862. You will there see his acknowledgement of the compliments paid to hint by the New York Herald, and, with his permission, I should beg of you to be kind eoough to adopt his answer as mine to you. But as your readers-if any-may not take the trouble to examine for themselves, I will ondeavour to assist them to an explanation. You complain much that I have written a long letter to the Economist. and then you waste nearly two columns of "your" priceless publication in "avoiding" the questionsbrought forward by me. I dare say ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

MllSCELLANEOUS. The ministerial plan of sending home emigration lecturers has for the present lallen to the ground, as the House would not gra:,t the necessary sum of £50O0, required for the purpose.. The principal reason assigned for tlie eftusal being the dissatisfaction at the Government haviing the appointmieut of the parties7a Dr Evans, in answer to Mr. Service, said tlhat Murray, one of the Moreington election conspirators, wasenotperminnentlt appointed to a past in the telegraphic departmentt, but. was only enmpluyed temporarily during the 'absence of all oflie'r. IHe said his emnployment may probably terminate during the course of a week. The .Arqgrt' privilogeease, is it appears, to be remitted to the Privy Council, Both the Speaker and Srgeant.nt-Arms have been served with writs. Thi, outse has ordered the Attorney-General to defend. The Land Bill has now pnasso, through all its amondtments, and would becotme immediately the lawt of the land were it not fitr the alleged al...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

SIIIPPING DITELLIGENOE. PORT ALBERT. AORIVED.-MRay 29. Keern, a s, 114 tons, S. Patrick,.from 3Mel bourne. Turnbull, plowden and Co., agents. Helen S. Page, 217 tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood, agents. Glencoe, 509 tons, T. Lang, for Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howden, and Co., agents. June 1. Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, from Hobart Town. Passengers-cabin : .. Johnson, Esq., Sir. and Mirs. Ridlv, Miss Moore, Master \Yilson, and two in steerage. Johnson and Hood, agents. ?rronrs.-.May 29. Keera, from SMelboune : $5 bags esgar, 65 packagea ten, 1 hhd. beer. 2 qr..casks wine, 1 keg rum, 1 keg brandy, 1 keg port wine, and sundry free goods. Helen S. Page, from Hobart Town : 2 mats coffee,1 qr.-cask wine, 10,000 feet timber, 1000 palings, 3 cases jam, 1 boiler. Olencoe, from Hobart Town: 21 tons hay, 175 feet timber, 6 bags oats, 10bags brag, 13 boxes soap, 500 palings, 32 bushels lime, 1 can naili, 1 can oil, 1 case lahunp globes. June 1. Eclipse, from Hobart Town: 1 qr...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

1ORRESPONDENCE. pt We do n .t bold ourselvea responsible for th t opiulos of *ur crrlesp..ltdolts. TO THE EDITOIR O Tan Ul'Pst.A\D TIMES. tl . SIn,-Referring to a'lettr signed by al six of the principal stock agents in Mel- v. bourne, respecting a circular addressed to Ia them by Messrs. Power, ]Rutherfead, and d Co., We, the undersigned stockowners g in Gippslhnd, beg to otfer'the following remarks :- " By that letter you will see that an or- it rangement was entered into by persons b conducting sales of stock (Messrs. Power, Rutherford, and Co., aniongst the num- ti ber) to the effect that no such sales should ti take place on Mondays, and that on Tues- n day morsiug lots should be drawn for d priority of pens, thereby rendering ii un necessary to show cattle previous to that tine. Fromn this Messrs. Power, Ruther ford. and Cq. have withdrawn, alleging as their reason that it wisn found prejudicial to the interests of their constituents. Now, the object of the arrangement was r to...

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COMMERCIAL TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

00COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Salo, May 30, 1862. We have made arrangements with the stock holders of Gippsland, by which we shall be enabled for the future to publish a list of tho4 'parties who intend forwarding fat stock to Melbourne for sale, with the date of start ing from their stations, and the number pro posed to.be drafted. All stook.ownera In tending to forrward stock will please to send at J?ast seven days' previous notice to this oflice. FAT STOCK proposed to be forwarded in Joune:- ci . No. June. W. Pearson, Esq., Kilmany Park 200 0 John Johnson, Esq ............. 150 10 A. L. Paraou, Esq....................... 200 11. Clyde Bank......................... 200 12 John King & Co...................... 100 14 Edward Crooko, Esq ................ 100 14 Three drafts of cattle, of .wljcl we ha4'no previot? notice, pas.gd through Sale on their, iqay to Melbourne, since our last publica. tion : A. W. M'Leod, Esq., Bairnsdale,.:. May 31. D. Ballan...

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THE ROAD BOARD MEETING AT ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

THIE ROAD BOARD MEETING AT ROSEDALE. Pursnaut to a requisition, signed by some inhabitants of Rosedalo and its neighbourhood, direeted to J. L. HI. CLrey, Esq., a meeting was convened at Mr. Cansick's Hotel, at lRose. dale, on Friday, the 30th inst., for the purpose of forming a Central Rnad Board. 'Between forty and fifty persons were assembled outside the hotel door at one.o'cloc!, but at that time there did not seem much probability of forming a meeting, as no hour had been fixed in the answer to the requisition. Between one and two o'clock the lteaident Magistrate, apparently wearied of long waiting, proceeded to a table placed at the inner end of the long wide passago in the hotel, the audience being accommodated with seats ranged lose to either wall. Taeo worthy magistrate reaol the reqii sition, and requested the meeting to elect their ovwn chairman. XMr. 0aCnooK,ef Holey Plains: inmodi:toly stood up anld said. he opposed any meeting beintg formed on that requisition as it wa...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

MELBOURNE IRARKETS. Proun GuArm, &c.,--Mr WV. Lawropce reports: The business of the past week has been limited, in consequence of the departure of the English Mail, followed by heavy rains, the only matter of importance boigg the appearance of the 'Goverlnment Agricultural Suttistics, showing the last year's productions, which will be received with somie astonleshmnet by many who were led to look for dilflrent results; qoud, although hinted at in a previous week's report, the quantity and extent' of deliciancile were not contemplated. The following produlctions oinly show an increas : ---Wheat, 82,202. blslhels; rye.grnss and Lidorne hay, 800 tons. While the following shdiv a decrease :-Oats, 553,2851 biushels; brirley, 20,3?2 do; maize, 10,418 do; ryo, 238 do; ppas, beans, millet, and sorghum, 1000 i hay froin cereal grasses, wheal, oats, and barley, 56,313 tqns; potatoos, 20,25x1 do; onibns, 20,0321 cwt. Coipparing the prodceo of the two prricipal ceroals in 188I1 and 1800...

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SALE NATIONAL SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

.. SALE NATIONAL SCHOOL. The Patrons of the Sule, National School request the Editor of The Gipps land Times to publish the following correspondenco : '! National School, Sale, " 80th May, 1862. ." Sir,-I have to call your attention to the following resolution unanimnously passed at a meeting of the Local Board of this school yesterday:-' Resolved that in consequence of a letter signed by the Rev. Mr. M'Girr, in The Gippaland Timurs of 16th May. 1862, that gen tleman be requested to inform the Patrons what cases of proselytising he can bring against" the teacher of the National School, t Sale, and the dales on which such took place, I and the names of the children, as he states in f his letter, that the teacher has on many occasions done so by compelling Roman Catholic children to be present at the religious instruction given by members of other deno a minations, and which he can prove; also the Sdate and place in which the Inspector of National Schools made the statement to him.' i...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

TO THE EDITOR OP THE OIPPSLAND TtIES. Stn,-On perusing the last number of The Times, 1 was, certainly, (to use the mildest phrase I possibly canl) very much surprised at a letter which appears signedl .S. Christensen, Baker, Sale," casting very severe reflections on the millers of North Gippslatd. Under ordinary cir cumstances [ should have taken to notice of it, as I am perfectly content to allow all flour ground at our mill to speak for itself, but this letter appears at a time when we are anxious to push the produce of this district into a market where it is entirely unkios in, and where such an in.. trodilction as that contained in Nlr.'OChris tensen's letter is likely to be believed to the great detriment of North Gippsland flour, I consider it only due to the district and to ourselves to give the statements in the foresnitl letter ani unqualified denlial. Mfr: Christensen, in the first place, asserts there is no mill for the farmer. to go to where - he can get his grain made i...

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THE WORLD'S FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

T'I'HEWORLD ' HOLLOWAY'S OINT1hENT A CURE FOR PILES AND PISTULq Inflaiamntion of see?sitire?aas, fitstulis, and such like painful diseasrt s, presently relieved, nlid uutimatoly esusc , thie proper iand diligent Use of thirs ooling0 heiaring Ointment. wlIose acttio shtool such cases; be assisted by judicioush, l Pill .:-. . man.y ddays i?r e ll..d, anxious latient wrill experience a ?ou degree of case from thiis treatment. a y arc equally suitable to both saexs ae i ages. COUGHS, COLDS, AND ASTIIII These conmplaints of the chelst come on alarming frequency. The Oistmet hoa, assilduously be rubbed at leset tw a da thie chest and between the shoulderay the violence of all symptoms twill g give way, the breathing, become lonr, the opIiession less. No medicines are , cliciceutin chest compdlants, none can e e with equal safety and certainty. Bothls and Ointment are accompanied by veryd. and simple directions for using them. A MAN WHO REFUSED TO P.VE 1 LEG OFF. " Fror thie Xibl.usl, Ad.l...

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