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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE 'EDITOR OF TH? OIPPSLAND TrOIS. Slm,-bIn reading over.your comments and report of the meeting that was to have taken place' at Roseddlo, on- 'theo 30th ult.,. I amn sorry to find that you have fallen into several errors, which I trust you will allow ote space in an early uitiblication to correct. - In the irst place as to boundaries. , It was never contemplated, by ame to extend them beyotid the Latrobe river, but, perhaps it may imower the purpose nmuch better to state what was contaliied' in the nionorial which would have been submitted to the meeting, viz.: roma the north of Bruthen Creek to the south of the Latrobe, river, a distance of thirty-one mtilos; eant by the sea cost, and west by the eastern boundary of the county of Mornington ; .n the north it could not interfere with the uunicipal boundaries of Sale, its being a dies tance of about four miles from that township,. .tud ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MR. CAMPBELL'S ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

Mlit. CAMPBELL'S ROUTE. . A. Campbell nd oneo of his party ro - from the Jordit diggings on Saturday. ng last, andl have again started, after a delay, for the purpose of erecting stores o grouot) at convenient stages. Mr. bell and Mr. T. Neilson, who was with both -assure us thiat the road is very for r than any road to the most accessible go 'in Gippaland hitherto .discovered, to uea their own wordls, it scems as if o hod oxertod her skill to make such a s of paosing by these, vast moutainu 't and by these deep gorges with which erroundieg district abounls. Both par. sert that the road, as note laid out,ois >et coach roadl if cleared, in Oippaland he distance (certainly not saying .much he road), and that they believeo we shall coa?;aes runnlug theor from Salo within onths. They report the miners are woll, in fact mn y aroe, Iu digging par. ,naking a pilo.' Mr. Campboll's wetro welcomed whlcrovor"they went, diggers and storekeepore expressoed pleasur in bolng able to got a road ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

:PARLI[AMENTARY. The Ministry have suffered another defeat. The system of intimidation attempted to be introduced with regard to those newspapers which do not hold correct opinions-but, instead of sup porting the Cabinet, prefer to pursue an independent course-by depriving them of their fair share of the Government advertisements, was defeated by the Assembly on Friday Evening. As we had anticipated, the H-ouse refused to be a party to'the introduction of such a prin. cipl 'of corruption into our political institutions as that which the Ministry had adopted for their guide. Tie vote for advertising purposes originally on the estimates for the present year was £4000. This, on the motion of.'Mr. Haines, was reduced to £2000. Of this amount £1200, it was stated, had already been expended, and it was proposed by the Minister of Finance to expend the re mainder upon those advertisements merely which are by lasw compelled to appear in the public journals-such advertisements to appear in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

FRIDAY, 11th July. In the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria. At Law, Fi. Fa., No. 901. Between David Turnbull and William Ballemy }lowden, trading at Port Albert under the firm of Turnbull, Ilowden, and Co., Plaintiff, And William Frost, Defendant. NOTICE is hereby given that under and by .virtue of a writ of fieri ficias, issued out of the above Court, and directed to me, as Special Bailiff, to execute the same, I will sell, or cause to be sold, by public auction, on Friday, the I Ith day of July, 1U82, at the Royal Exchange Hotel, Sale, at the hour of Two o'clock in the afternoon, all the above named defendant's right, title, and interest (it any) in and to all that piece or parcel of land, con. taining five acres, more or less, situate at Lucknow, Mitchell River, Gippaland, Colony of Victoria, being part of section A, parish and county unnanmed, . being-the property known as the Nelson Rotel, in the occupation, and belonging to the above inamed defendant, unless this execut...

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at thsoffi"eofion On Hour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m Dandonotig ...... . .. .. Trarlgon ...... Wcestbury .., Sale .... . Tues. , , pm. Stratford.. -. Bairnsdale .. .. Otoo .......... . . - Port Albert.... pm Albrton .......... . Tarnsvilloe ... Yarrom Yarrnm , - Mails clove at this office for On Hour.. Melbourne ...... Tues: Fri. Sun p.m. Daudenong .... ,, Trmralgon .... Westbury ......., . . Sale ............ Wd. p.m Stratford...... Bairnsdale ..... " " Omco ........... Port Albert..... Alborton ......... Tarmraville ... Yarram Yarram N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or rogisterod on suaduais. HENRY LUKE, Postmoater. Rosedale,; th April, 18p?. - -

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPA*TUIIE OF INLAND UAILB, 1802, POST OFFICE, SALE. Maile arrive at hia0flice from On It - .Ialbourno Mon. Thur. & Sat, 9 a.ni Rosedale .... Traralgon. ,, Westbtury..... r » Russell'aCrook ,, , Dandenong ... p.m. Alborton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 30 Tarraville...... ,, ,, Port Albert ... YarramYarram Stratford ...... Mondays & Thurcdays 0 p.m. lairPdale..... Bnruthel ..... Omeo............ Moilo close at O our this Office for Melbourne ... Tucs. & Fri. 11.80 Sat 8 p.m. Rosedale ....... . Traralgon ..... Westblury... ltRoell' Creek Dande.nog .. » . t' Alberton....... Tiesdoylbk Tulaya 7.30 T lraville...... , T'ort Albert .. ,, Yat ramYarram Strotford ..... Mondays & Thurer4tys B3airnsdulo .. , Bruthen . O ........ JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster, Post OtTe., Sale, May 1, 1086.

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

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. SiR,-The " non est" of a warden, or of any form of Government protection in behalf of the rights and privileges of the diggers on Crooked River, ever since the place became a gold-field is proverbial. On the 6th May my claim was "jumped," and, as I have reason to believe, I was illegally dispossessed, I set off to Sale with the view of laying my case before Captain Carey for redress. Captain Carey, however, referred me to Mr. Warden Wills at Omeo. In the course of a few days I reached Omeo. It may be observed that at this stage I had travelled a distance of 250 miles. On coming before Mr. Wills I stated my case. He, of course, first of all asked me to produce my miner's right, which I did, dated 6th May. The same date as that on which my claim was " jumped." After a few minutes' perusal, he replied that as the date of my miner's right was the same as that on which the " jumping" occurred, I had "no case," and forthwith dismissed me. This way of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

U MPFS OF · IMPORTERS OF 5P. I Ent 7rriptiott n pit a i s h k h u r r i c a tt L I P O I L S . ARD RE GIPPS LAND HARDWARE COMPANY, LAMP OILS, 93 f mPAINT. OILS, .AD . AD I17fitel ad,& Colors, AGRICULTURAL, ] I ll ) PAPERH ARGBGS IMPLEMENTS, ' Etc., Etc. EBII CROWN BAR IRON AND STEEL, FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. IMVPORTANT NOTICE ! IT is an every-day complaint among Farmers that too much Farm _ Produce is imported from Melbourne when it could be had in the district. They are 1quite correct, for many other articles are imported which might be bad here at about the same price, and one of these is BUILDING MATERIALS. D)ANIEL .LGFHIt'EE' having been told that the high prices him prlevented parties froni, making their purchases at Sale, and tbrce.-them.to send to llel bourne, has determined to test these remarks, and now begs'to announce that he will offer TIVI BER, DQOORS, SASHES, ROOFING, and every requisite of House-building and Furnishing at such prices as shall satisfy the most f...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Another he-ass has rrecently been imported by Mr. Wilson from t'atalonia, in addition to the one which arrived some weeks ago from the same quarter. The latter, which reached here in tuch wretched condition, is now in first-rate order. The animal, which has just arrived, is a very valnable one of the kind. ' Eacli of these Spanish asses stands fifteen hands high. Tlhey aro strong-boned and muscular, and we can not but look upon them as valuable additions to our stock ofuseful animals. We hope that when the next agricul tural show takes place, the four talua ble stallion donkeys now standing at Arundel Farm wvill be brought forward fur exhibition. [We trust Mr Wilson will riot forget his European friends, who may like to see a Victorian ass. Acclimntiz:ation in England may do much towards improving the breed. Mr Wilson can always catch a fine specimnen at the east of Bourke street on any night that Parliamentary privilege may b,.discussed.] A great deal has been said l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

BIRTH. On the 7th inst., at the Fulton, the wife of Alex. L. Pearson, Esq., of twin daughters, the youngest of whom expired in a few hours. Divine Service will be held in the Presby- terian Church, Sale, next Sunday, at 12 o'clock noon and half past 6 o'clock p.m.

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1862. THE MELBOURNE ROAD TO THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

" EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1862. THE MELBOURNE ROAD TO THE JORDAN DIGGINGS.. W fiend by the helbourne papers of last week that a Mr. Sullivan has made a claim for compensation to the Governnuent for cutting a track from Melbourie: to the Jordan diggings, and that Mr. Duffy, as the mouth piece of the Government in that de partment, has promised that compen sation should be made as soon as the track was completed. We are not quite sure how far Mr. Sullivan will be able to complete his track over the Dandenong Ranges, but we feel convinced that a large portion will be covered with snow during winter, and quite inaccessible for drays. As far as the interests of Gippsland are concerned, we have no objectiori to having a road formed from the Jo"dan f6o Melbburnie; but we entirely doubt its practicability; the country between the head of the Jordan and tho heads of the Yarra is fearfully broken and covered with show, and: without 'a -particle of feed on which. either bullocks or horses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 June 1862

DI TO IELBOURiNE. fine screw steamship KEERA. ill leave Port Alberb evor?; Y. will be carried to or from Port Albert at 80s, each. . -(old, 2d. per ounce.. Par 'ls over 200 ounces, lid. for shipment, muast be enteredl Customs before 10, o'clock a.m. ay of sailing. rn Tickets................£5 Available for 14 days. freight or passage apply to JULL, HIOWDEN, & CO., -street, PortAlbert. oods at consignees !risk when All goods discharged; if not d from the wharf before.4 o'clock: ill be stored at consignees' risk ease. .a c: [ER TO THE M ITCHIIELL AND TAMBO. steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred orrisby Commander, wvill leave Trobe Bridge every Tuesday at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the FARES: Passengers ............£1 10 0 e ....................... 1. 1. 0 (hIncluding refreshonents.) FREIGHT : rasdale, per toi£,......£ 10 0 then (includingeartage Tambo Saw Mills):.. 2 0 0 ... ...... O 2 '. right payable: on delivery. -McARDELL &_RA PH AhAE,. NOTICES. SRONALD ?'DOUGALL, being appointed ...

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THE WORLD'S FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

THE WYORLD'S RIE HOLLOWAY'S OINTMEi A CURE FOR PILES AND PlTUg~ Inflammation of eeislate ?r fistulas, and onch like painful diads presently relieved, and uu.tin.tel r the pioper and diligent use of tisl tr healing Ointmn.t. whoao netL1?comi such cases, boe Rsiated by j•dicio Pills:-ereu maty dlays hoave el, nlxious patient will expience aw degree of ease from this trc ..eai are equally suitable to both eee,, aged. .eI COUGHS, COLDS, AND ASTIII1. These compladnts of the helet come pp niariuing frequency. The Oinment ?r assiduously be rubbed at leant ..ie the chest and between the sho.ulde the;violence of all synlptoms Will give way, the breathing become lot r the'oppression less. No medicines sn olacient in chest complaints, nonesln t with equal safety and certointy: and Ointment are accompanied b v and simple directions for using th. vo A MAN WHO REFUSED TO HAYVEf LEG OFF. " From the Kilrnle A drcrtiser, Jane 21, otnJAMrIs Cox, EsqutnE, \Mngisten? in the Board Room at Kilrush, that ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The ('amroon .chnola hill 'll asseil thraaua h ail its stage, i thI . l.egi.hlativ t'oaInnaIl vetern 'ivwithout a.nenmlissent. .Sao resols;te we-e the n.aab."rsa of th.Iat Isouae u muaako tile hill law w'il c ttl.?n.d delay: that athly rtlahsed every prolp'si tilon for the alteratil of the luiae?sur', w'is:he lr he lI ropc..tissa ;tinae from. the ariejas or the pre.-uimea l opalneats of0 tlhe hail. ''To this cause mtisat he uttri ibuttd the eireuiastalct i atlat Mlr. I Ilsles was ttulahle a'iar, l J Mr. llllie, who took ciharge of the Ilea-ure, t., ulfil his promise to M r. Dtit1' to alln thl e l i 1tll :l;luse. The inltenlded a na 1:neia- n'at was to ladil to the power.t of the liaturd ol'Euc:ttion,-power not amerely)' to appoint Ical ed em auittees atnd estabih. h local schools but '` toL.'blncur ina the appiaitmentor sucll coin.nittees," andi in "* tla eotabbalshmentt of such sahlouls." M ,.a. Il lh essa yved to fulfil the paromise gi'vea b' tlha, aauthlr of the bi...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Assembly on to 'I'ues.lay, alter s ino conversation as C to the very unsatisfctory mode in which the electoral rolls were compiled, V the Gold Mining Leases Bill was pa1seal si through its remaining stages. and, sent to the Upper lHouse. A Bill flr the purpose of authorising a loan of , L300,000, for the puIrpose of repairing the Geelohing railway, and improving r the curve et the GeelongJuncti,n, was , read a second time and commiittled, after a determined opposition from the '1 members interested in the " Pivoa." tl Some additional itemsa of Supply were voted, and the salary of Mr. Gurner, . the Crown Solicitor, ref'used, on the ground that lie had refused to obey the instructions of Parliament, prohibiting him from taking fees, and had sent in inproper and ilncomplete returs of the , sums actoally received by him,. The I louse adjourned at half-past three fl.m. Iln the LT.gishltise Council on Wed nesdla, the: reply of Sir HenHory HiBaRkl to the a...

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ENGLISH & FOREIGN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

ENGLISH & FOREIGN MEMS. A correspondent sends the following reimarkable story to the Dublin Bonenioq Mail :" This is the age of discoveries, and one of suclh a startling nature has just been made in an English county that it seems out of place in the region of sober fact, and to belong purely to the atmos phere of the three.volume novel. Here ure the circumstances ; the names for the moment I am not at liberty to indicate : 'J'he Earl of--- arr.ed not long ago, and brought his bride home to one of the ol famnily mansions which members of the English aristocracy regard with ans affectiori amountitg to venerltion. The 1a:ly; however, being :aore continental in her tastes, after a short residence in thie apartments appropriated to her use, expressed a wish to have a boudoir it the vicinity of her bedromn. The ,noble earl would .gladly have complied with the request, but, upon examination, it was found that the rooms, as sometimes happens in antique buildings, were so awkwardly ...

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COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

COMJMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. hiSale, May 30, 1302. We haveU mvlnrran;ensnts with the otock. holderA of Gippslaud. by which we shall be enablel for the future to publish a list of those parties who intend forwvardting fat stoez to ,,elblurns for sale, with the date of sturt lng from their stations, and the number pro. posed to be draltnl. All stock-owners in tending to forward stock will please to eand at least seven days' previous notice to this office. Far Sroc 'proposed to be forwarded in June:- . No. June. J. D. Smith, Esq., Lindenow ..... 200 25 A. OtI illan'e, Esq, Bushy Park 150 25 R. T. Firebraece, Esq., Heyfield... 253 26 J. Johnson, Esq., M3ewburn Park 200 20 John Kiog & Co., The Ridge ..... 200 28 July W. Persoon, Esq., Kilmany Park 200 3

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

31ELBOURNE M 4RIKETS. FLtono, OR+y. Ero.-Trans.ctions generally are limited; in flour anllimproved: feeling has shownoitself within the last day or twoe, grown cict' of recent largo transactions which have taken place in Adelaide, what ma:y result it is difliult-uto say; .thbe p-resulre to quit indiffer. ent parcels -of! coloial-madeo.. s hitherlo deadened the market, whcli now shows signs of returning animation. Wheat continucea to cornmmanrl nitention. Horse feed is unaltered. Itnmport~i of'bre.ulatuffl are to a fair, ?nd horse feed to an average, extent. Eppurts consist of ,30p-tons flsur to Otago, and 13 tons to Queenala d., Tith EIigliah advicos for April :to hand, per1;eiubi?oy. indicate a better feiling in the corn m;rket ; the weather had been unpropitis,to fir the crops, and fears were 'entertained as to tihe sufficiency iof foreign nelppliea of breadstuffs. The Mark Lane Express, of 21st April, thue refers to the subject generally :-" Tie pait week has variedl, the opening...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1862. JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

-- I FRID.AY, JUNE 23, 10G2. JORDAN DIGGINGS. T?n Jordan,-the whole Jordan, and nothing but the Jordan, is the all-absorbing subject just now in Sale. Daily arrivals further confirm the reports, which we have previously published, of the immense extent and richness of the country at the south ern side of the great dividinig range in the western portion of Gippsland. Gullies and creeks, tributaries of thle MlcAlister and Thomson, exist in abundance, and offer room and remunerative employment for thou sands, who are now barely making a livelihood on other gold-fields. The Jordan is no longer a myth, but a great reality, already over four thousand miners have set in to work on the Gippsland water-sheds, and, to use the exprossion of an experi enced gold miner, in whosoe opinion we have much confidence, " the Jordan is Forest Creek over again." We have no desire to exaggerate reports, or encourage people to leave good claims ori other diggings to try their fortunes at the Raspberry or t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ourseleves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862

doRRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TIE EDITOR OF TiP OIl'P.LLAMND TIMES. Srn,-Roferring to a lotter from, cortain stock holders in your is.iu of the 6th itnst., charging Measrs. Power, Ituthelrford anll Co. with being either the lesaooe of the Melbourno cattle yardla or intimately connected with the actual lessee, I beg to give such statement a mnost unqualifled coDitraditi'oi, that firmn having no interelt, pecuniarily or otherwise, in my lease further thiin may arise from the fact of one member of. that firm, Mr. G. II. Dvoenport, having kindly, in conjuncltion with Mr. George WuYtson, become my uirety. nal act which seems to :have brought a hornet's nest about his ears. Ii Mesirs. P'ower, Rutherford and Co had been inclined to prefer my inte. rest to that of their constituents they have taken a singilar manner of aho\wing their pre ference, as cattle. by the corporation regula tions (a copy of which I append), acnuot. b...

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