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LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

LOCAL I A. letter, in our column stoekowuers of OippslaOi good reason, of the bred Power, Rutherford, spd agents of elbourne. f]' are .theso.-Sometiomo wishing. to destroy the racing cattle for prioritdy of sale, arranged that t mornc or} Tuesday 1a0 owners of stock or their lots for theiir places it agreement was 0l'. Ur when to bring in ftllOr or blowing them, eadtW baying a chance of Pa appears, did not pleat with whom Power, lh alleoged to have somfe they desired to go 1bt and ridioulous system first hshow, firsi alo insure a priority of show their cpttlo i9 for Mio?daY's sals, some of the e.ptOns the yaree, besides l exponse of keeping towl, and runntinglf first show, Our mineod to. join, in and we have.no doub will'follow their s5s We are ploasel to buon established t, 1 productions of the.i bulioae tlhat asyo?n lippalaud blttor tpe of .our small s oe is through soest ,s° neans will moat euOtI We are happy to announce the tion. R. Thomson iaprogressing better thn was antici el...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

TUESDAY, 1st JULY,. In the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria. At Law, No. 603. Ji·twecn John Juohnsnand John Ilood, trading at Port Albert under the firm of Johnson and HIood, Plaintiffs, And Geo:re Barnes, Defendant. N OTICE is hereby given that under and by virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued out of the above court, saud directed to imo as Special Bailiffto execute the same, I will sell, or cause to be sold, by public auction, t tle ..Royal Exchange lintel, Sale, on Tues day, the first day of July, 1862, at the hour of One o'clock in the afiernoon, pll the abshove-named defend:ant's right, title, and interest (if any) in and to the following pieces or parcels of land, "'ituate in a Cou'nty unnamed, Parish punnamed, 3jichell River, North Gipps a4d, ,.olony of Victoria, unless this "pxecutiou be previously satisfied, SAlotments 7 and 8 of section,3 on plau of subdivision of part of 1g;4 ..ection, and known as the Mitchell townuship, being the property of George Baraes, on...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

TA.ELCS OF TrIs ARRIVAL AND DEPrArURe OF I-L.tND O atILS. 1869. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at On HIour hiOfi from Mlelboourne ... .Mon. Thl}'. & Sat. 9 a.n Rosea;dle ...... , •Tr. I l no ...... Westrur...... , ,, , Rlussell'aCreel, Dandenong ... Albertnn ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 3 30 Tarraville..... Port Albert .. Varram arran T a Bruthen .. Omeo....... . Mails close at On . fHour this Office for "Melbourae ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 SatS p.tm. Rosedale ...... n " Tranagon ...... ,, , Westbury....r ,, Rnasell'sCreek Dandenong ... p.m. 'Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 7.30 1hrdavl.. ..... + " .. , Port Albert ... ,' Yttram Yarram Stratford ...... Mondays Thursdays Bairnedalo..... ,, - " Brlnthen . O eo .. JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, May 13, 1S62.

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALe. Nhails arrive at On011 this ofice fromur. felbourne ..... \VW4. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dtndononog ..... ,, , " Troaalguo .... ~ » Westbury ..... Sale .......... Tues. ,, , p.m. Stratford......,.. ,, - ,, , Iairnodalo ....... , - ,, Omleo ............ s - ,, Port Albrt ..... - ,, 3 p.m. Alberton .. . T .. .. ,, ,, ,, Tarravillo - , , .. Yarratn Yarraml -: I Mails close at this ofllco for On or. Melboprno ...... Tues. i. Sun. 230 Dnodenloug ...... . , ,,, T railgon . ». - Ss .tbury p., Jairna .I .. . tr Oio? ? ......... . ,,. PS rt Alberd... - ~ A'librvtr ....... 'I'rnvillo . oi um Yarra , N.B.-No stamps sold or lLttqrp delivored or rogistoled on Saodaypla 1I1ENIY, LUIKE, Poitmasterl. Rosedale, 9th April, 18Wi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. Sale, the Nearest Township to the Jordan Diggings. ? RlIE GIPPSLAND IIARDW\ ARE _ COMPANY particularly direct the attention or Diggers and Packers pro ceeding to tile Jordan and Jericho Gold-fields to their present Superior Assortment of Miners! Tools, Etc., Consisting of American L sntd Dl handled shovels Collins's driving and sinking picks Do. American mn.os and tomahawks American pick and nxc handnles Strunk pr?-.vloeting pins Sliuicing or'ks, 1)0 nnd 10 prong Gold sieves, lnowers, ninnoets, bags Avery's 6 aill 8 oz. g,,ld scales .Single and double barrel guiln ]levolvers, powder and shlot Strong galvanised iron ondl zinc bImuckets . Assorted tinwaro Sale and Port Aib)ert ;lOoml C I.PORTERS OF LE u c rOFt.- m - hos oF tngtiisb rCanmnriwn THE GIPPS LAND HARDWARE COMPANY, LAMP OILS, AR D-AR3 PAINT OILS, n " " A'lN Ildte Lcad,,b Colors, AGRICULTURAL R NB rON D }IE PAPERHANGRNGS, IMPLEMENTS Etc., Etc. BBII CROWN BAR IRON AND STEEL, FIELD AND GARDEN, SEEDS. WILL...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SOMETHING FOR GIPPSLAND FARMERS WHO WANT HEDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

SOauETneso TOt GrPPSLAND Fst tEnts wto \\'.tT EDIGEs.--The Ovens 1'ribune has the following Iparagraph under the hand of its \Vangaratia curre jlpndent :-- A castor oil plant, gro.wn at Oxley, by Mr. E. \Wiils, has this year yielded half-a-bushel of ?eeds. This is one of our resalurces, the dtvelopmelst of which has so fir escaped attention, but now that the firuecrs are beginnin.. tuo turn their attention to other things lie sides oats and wheat, it stands se nle chance of being cultivated for prcsfit " The castor oil tree formls, whenl thickly sownl, a biennial hedge. Its ceeds will supply the plants, and, at the caine time, i prolduce n rich harvest, well worthy the attention of growers. Th'le editor of the Charleston Courier hall made another trial sos cottion seed coffee. and thinks it will do with an i onion! MIr Johnston stated in the Legisiltive Assembly, on Friday evening, that the (overnment were not elnp.wsered byI the existing law to interfere with the traffic arrangenme...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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EXTRACTS FROM THE EVIDENCE IN THE CASE OF BOWIE V. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

EXTRACTS FROM THE EVI DENCE IN THE CASE OF li BOWII~ V.WILSON. S From the A rgos, of 30th and 31st May. q Fr,:n Dr. WIL.LIA. M CCEAt's . evidence. I remember the ease of n Antonio Vicardi. In July, 1860, he 2 was shut in n da(lark wooden dormitory it in F ward which was the place where c the sick were kept. Both of his legs ai were greatly swollen, and covered Jc with foul ulcers. Thev were not clean, and they were without poultice or d dressing of any kind. 'he wooden A dormitory was six or seven feet long, C by fur or five feet wide. It was a iI small, dark, ill-ventilated place. I ti remember the case of John Monckton. j lie was found in a similar place in 1 July, 1800. lie was suffering from dysentery-his stool was not removed- t and he was eating potatoes and mutton chop. When I told Dr. Bowie of it, Slie said the patient would die, and it did not matter. Another lunatic, Snamed Germain, was found in a similar state. Ilis head appeared to have been blistered the previous day, b...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

PARLtLIAMiENTARY . In the LeAislitive Ceitil, cn Tu-s lay, the Iisheries Bill was read a first tile, andl a Imesslage was senlt to the, As:uemlnil to the effect itht the anlleldl iIn?Ints ill the Curt ,nus Act Aimenlithnet. lill were agreed t,, although thi COuncil begged to record their dissent to the dulctrine tlhat thyv had ino right t". iuter'Cre with money bill.. The Land Bill was they passed through commnittee, the various clausei agreedl to without iany alteratin, andl the third reading inide tan order of the day fur Tuesdeay next. The nljuries Bill, and the Coi sililated IReveiue Bill were then read Sa second time and passed through com Inititee, and the Preferable Lien oni Urops Bill read a second time, e in the Legislative Assembly, tlhe Speaker announced that . he and tihe Sergeant-at-Armsi had been: servedivitlh writs in an actini of lalse imiprisonment, at the suit of Mr. Dill. Leave was given, fir them to appear, and the SAttorney-General was instructed to defend the a...

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The Gippsland Times "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1862. BOWIE V. "THE ARGUS." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

" ExcaL5.IO." FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1862. 3 BOWIE V. " THE .ARGUS." Cxx it be possible that such things I have existed in-the latter portion of the nineteenth century, as have been proved to have occurred during the hearing of the notorious libel case brought by Dr. Bowie, of the Yarra 1 Bend Lunatic Asylum, against the ' proprietors of The Argus.? The very 1 examination of unbiassed witnesses is enough to raise such a cry in Victoria against the mismanagement I of lunaties at this establishment as to be heard over every civilized country in Europe. Shame! shame! on such proceedings; aiid all glory to T'he Arqus for their exposure of them. We are not 'in a position to know who is most culpable, but we know that Dr. Bowie has donned the cap and who shall prevent his wearing it?! The evidence brought forward by E The Argus in support of its state ments is not only disgusting in detail, but .makes apparent an amount of cruelty which would have disgraced I the Inquisition of Innocent III. Can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 June 1862

Au TO ]{L LBOURNL. fine screw steamship iCEEBRA vill leave Port Albert; every. Y. willbe carried lo or,,,yp. i tPort --Hld, 2d. peri oiedhc. i?Pa Is over 200 ounces, :* d. for shipment, must boi efitered Customs before 10 o'clocda.m:.' ay of sailing. rn Tickets..... ........£5 Available for 1h days. freight or passage ?apply to ULL, 1IO1\\DEN,., &,,; CO, treet, PortAlbert. ods at consignees': risk:whlen All goods discharged,. if, riot' from the wharf' before 4 o'clck I be stored at consignees' rislk asea. ac;.; At TO T1 E IJTCHELL AND TAMIBO. sener TINTElPRISE, Alfred risby Commander, will.'leave obe Bridge every Tuesday at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the. FARES: sengers .......... t 10 0 ................... 1 110 cludling refreshmenls.) FREIGHT: lale, per ton,......£1 10 0 (includingeartage mbo Saw Mills)... 2 0 0 ............... ..... 2 6 ht payable on delivery. cARDELL & RAPIAEL,. NOTICES. ONAtLD M'DOUGALL, ig appointed our Agent for bteamier at 3ruthen, will y and paym...

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THE NEW LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

TIHE NEW LAND ACT. This act havinlg been passe,1, will he brou .ht immediately into operation. We propose, therefore, without delay, to pullish a summary of its leading pro visions. First,-As regards the sale of land. The lanls, in the first instanc., to he' sold by selection are ?he agricultural areas, comprising ten mnillions of acres, four millions of which will be open fair selection within three months of the passing of the Act, and at least two mnilli ons acres ahall always be kept open for selection. ThIse are to he surveyued in allotments of lot less than 40, nor more than (640 acres. Whenll the survey of an area is complete, the Governor in Council will proclaim that the lands will be openl for selec tion within a period of not nmore than three months front the date of ,'the Irnelaanation; at the end of which period the lands may be selected by the first applicant. The'l application mast be in writing. in the form of the second schledale to the Act, and the purchase umney m...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

The following : ums .of money have beon placed oln the Estimates for claims arising out of, the Exploration Expedi. tion :--,2000 to ho invested as an annuity for lrs.,\Vills, the mother of the,oxplorer; £100 for,Dust :Mahomed, who was serionsly injnred. by a wicked camel; and £50 pler annum, for Mr. Burks's .nurse, an.ohl woman of sixty. five, whom he had promised.to support during her life,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

TO TIHE RDITOR OP THE oIPPBLAND TIMES. SIR,-In thanking you for the favor you have shown me, by giving my last letter publication, I beg you to insert these few lines in your valuable paper. I do not wish to answer SMr. Weir's reply to my letter in detail, no I do not see anything in it but a continua tion of Eelf-praise and foolish boasting. The facts of my letter are already too well known, I shall, \lherefore, not any anything more about it, but, before closing, I cannot but express the plenaure I feel when I see in Mr. Weir's letter this statement, "I was very much our. prised." , You know, Sir, that a surprise is the first syn)ptom shewn by a person when he, in a deep,nnd pleasant sleep, is suddenly called upon to perform his negligent duty, and I ailncrely hope that theo suprise may continue until le is quite awake and alive to the inte rest no well of his own as of the district in general. I also wish to congratulate Mr. Weir, with his little darling, the girl of fourteen yea...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

TO THE EDITOR or TuE OrPPsLAND TInES. Sia,-For my own protection, as well as that of other publicans, I beg to informn you of a circumstance which occurred on last Wednesday night. I had closed my house about twelve o'clock, and retired with my family to rest, when I heard a loud k'nocking at the door. 'I got out of bail, and, upon inquiring who was .there, I got the answer.of "'Constabulary ; we demand admittance." I immediately opened the door, when Constable Donnelly said " Your lamp is out." I pointed to. the lamp, which was at the time giving aeplendid light. Hennawered-" I did not know that this was part of your house, but if I haze not caught you this time I will before long." Now, Sir, I ask you or any reasonable man, is this condlct to be allowed ? Or are police permitted to threaten publicans in this way ? I for one will resist such oppres sive tyranny, anl will further represent this interference. of Donnolly in the proper quarter. I am, Sir, Yours. &e., DLNCAN CL...

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REPUDIATION. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

REPUDIATION. (Coninued from our lasoot.) SAgain, at Port Albert, I once' saw in the lloustrated Ntewsoome plates of sections of the Great Eastern steamer, then the wonder of the world, and as they were photographs I thought themr true, and I rashly ventured in company to remark that alio was a complete tyke in. That she would never make the twonty.fivo miles an hour then so confidently expected'from her, and that she would roll in a mnunner thaot would surprise some people. Why should she not be built like other vessels. By what patent disregard all the rules of science and experience thot had, in the course of centuries, been on expensively obtained I Here was a thing with no gripe, no keel, no bilge, nlo rise in the flan floor forward. Her dimensions were equnlly ridiculous, and her fittinge, aspropoed, also,--120 feet noross the paddle boxes, I think, 080 feet long, 80 odd in the clear for beam. Besides 'lie? immonso paddles, sah was to be acecomntodated with a tier of piceaninni...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.-June 5. Keera, es., 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel. bourne. Turnbull Howden and Co., agents. June 8. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thoem, from Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howdoen and Co., agents. fluonTs.-June 5. Keera, from Mfelbourne: 31 pkgs. ten, I cose and 2 qr.-casks wine. 78 bags sugar, 2 pkgs. tobacco, 1I casks beer, 5canses peppermeot, and sundry free goods. June 8. Free Trader, from Hobart Town : 15 boxes soap,. 6 bags potatoes, 200 palings, 1 ton hay, 3 sails. Exronts.-June 6. Keera, for Melbourne: 502 omz. gold dust. Juno 10. Free Trader, for Hobart Town : 99 head cattle, 100 sheep. CLE.AED OUT-June 6. K?eer, for Melb?orne. SJuno 10.. Free Trader, for o,,bart Town. SAILEo.-June 5. Glencoe, 159 tons, T. Lang, for Hobart Town. June 6. Helen S. Pege, 217 tons, T. Spring, for Hobart Town. Keera, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Melbourne. Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, for Hobart Town.

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LATEST FROM THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

LA'TEST FROM TE JO . On. Welnesrdy several thrinel firomi the Jord iii!, disposed' of their wares .t ni pri"es, flour, £. per 1g', A number of.people were' SQnio with 'pecks of goods -with only their aw gas. ,'i e i known on the diggillg8 ferlN is .lerter's trackl, anl (illi wos'ca unllderstall , is nccessl to · triii thi lty-fivo IrileL d workings, , It is ai ciurios fc hours previous to our p1c on the diggings, flour, "hic vincing previously, stoo li' leg,; but as soon as ti yl, lanil flour had arlrived, thl i rnhliyof wo re ilh o teorest?tl :bourn aide inmundiatcl to tG per binag Ioweveor out erg appear uitlfied1, slid s111 ' horltl.' ne,,' ith ianother supply. n1l also some cInversation will r ihliac1aV, whoI had coilno frlo urnc vid tdie Jimi'ison, andtl whlI ,I fruo tile latler place o:er til ,l ralli''g visitiln tlle valrioll Sat h. lth sides, andll ho canm ' to Sale w Mith Mr. l.lIyd,'ol lorlld thers, r llswere I' tiruiiini the dig"ings. Mr. Malckay, v wl l inl Iliclent. gen...

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COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 80, 1802. We have made arrangements with the stock holders of Gippsland, by which we shall be enabled for the future to publish a lish of those parties who intend forwarding fat stock to Meolbourno 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 notice to this office. FAT STocc proposed to be forwarded in Juone: SNo. June. John King & Co................. 100 14 Edward Crooke, Esq................ 100 14 J.:W. Jones, Fulham'............... 200- -19 W. Pearson, Esq., Kilmany Park r 200 20 R. T.-Firebraoe, Esq., Heyfisld... 250' 20

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

LOCAL NEWS. We are given to understand that theopolice have received instructions to make a return of the number of 'louseholders within the boundary of thle propioed municipality, of Soiye. We'hear from head quartors that a few. iudividuals ou tie outskirts of the parish are making a strong opposition to defeat thle ob. jects of .the m iuispal peotition,;' and we can will" believe , tl? thti ariseo from no other cause than the objection which all near mihided people naturally possess to pay their fair share of taxation.' Patriotism is a very fine thing until it touches the pocket, which seems to have a powerfuli effect over their boasted love of advancement. - Selfishness and the cash box have a strong sympathy :for each other. .~uoh parties do not appear to take into account. that thie permanent vahlue of their holdings are oihancod 'at last fourfold by their proximity to the toivnuhip, and that it is as much their interest to forwmar.l everything comnected with the municipality a...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS. FLoun, GRAIn , &c.-The business of the past week has been much intrferrld with by the, continuance- of unusually heavy rains, causing higher rates of inland carriage being demanded. Imports are to a fair extent, while exports show about 25,000 bushels of wheat, and 36 tons flour to the United Kingdom,; and 80 tons flour and 500 bushels maize to New Zealand. Considerable ship ments of wheat are also being made from the ontports of, New South Wales. The Government agricultural statistics continue to create coneiderable interest; , the lessened producti6n of wheat as compared with the average of former years, and about 170,000 bushels deficient in last year's crop in South Australia,. taken iii conjunction with the exports already made from both colonies to the United Kingdom will probably tell upon prices before this year closes. Flour.-A moderate business lha been contracted; some vei'yordlinry, descriptions quitted at auction at extremely low rates does no...

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