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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
MrIt. Devoy has un de an alternation in hIP trank at the rocqnot of the pi'coerae ath1 itred It to be brouaght in " lioint; abont eigLh mils from Jeriaiho,'?n the Jordas- n lvor.' H b, thaobifre, oleirod the -ei buli to the Aberftldy, ahoi Is no river at all bd4t simply ceck, and it is not prdbable thliero will over bany n dmifllt.y in rossing..:' To this plnce the road is available for dinys; nud otly oiglht miler, according to Mr. McEvlny's: ccoanrtt arnoen to beo travelled between thoro and tlhe 6ing. The point on the Jordan rheti thl truck ntis in eiglitrsalls frointe toe Lown. hsli ofAr c ;ta It is eviduent lhi the Jalnleson peopl, e re ghllnning to dulbt that the Jor~iu can be .eit supplied fromn their side of the dividing -:ago A pioneer hna been sent thriugh, .nijoinltly by a puldican and storekeeper at he Jalnieson, who has written back informing iis employers that the road from Sale is the ueat, and that goods can be purdchsed here ullnitely cheaper than on the other a:do....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
All' TO M LBOURNE. fine screw steamship 1KEERA will leave Port: Albert every~ Y. will be carried to or from Port -hlbernit a8t e8achcýoa. ? ?i t=Gold, 2d. per ounce Par els over 200 ounces, 1id.,. ,for ohipment, must' be elitered Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. day of sailing. urn Tickets..................5 Available for -14 days. freight or passogo lapply to BULL, IIO\VDEN, ,? CO.; .street, PortAlbert.' oods at consignees' risk when All goods discharged, if not d froni the wharf before 4 o'clock -ill, be stored at consignees' risk,. ease. ano _IE1 TO TH E MITCHELL AND TAMBO. steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred orrisbv Commander, will leave Trobe Bridge every Tuesday g, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the FARES: Pasaeigers ..........£1 10 0 a ......................1 1 0 (Including refreeshments) FREIGHT : rnsdale, per ton,......£1 10 0 then(includingcartage Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 0 ............ 2 0 reight payable on delivery. MeARDEjLL & RA'.PHAEL. . RONALD M'DOUGALL, beingrippointed our Ag...
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. slail arrive at On this o?.ce from Hour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Daudenong ...... Trar.;on ...... \eVtbury ...... ,, Sale ........ Tues. ,, ,, j3 p.m. Stratfrd ....... . - thiru-dale ....... . - Oeo ............ , - Port Albert.... - 3 pm. Alberton ....... - T.nruville ... Yarram tarrat -. Mail; clo=e at thin office for On Hour. p.m. Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Dandenong ...... Trurilgou ...... n Westbury ...... , Sale .............. Wed. , , Gp.m Stratford......... - B irnsd, ..... - Omeo ............ - Port Albert...... -,, Alberton ...... Tarrarille Yerrnon Yarrami N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered in ."undag. IIENIIY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 9th April, 1S62.
TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
r:nL' O OPr TC Ar.onrvtA A-CD DC ttnCCL O POST OFFIC ESALFE Mni2iý.uri v, at On Uno-r \odbXmurn 1 StUun Thnr. s S..t 3 ncm WCestht) rp. . .. r Rusaeslt.C'rek a .. .. n f)L'desnog " .... Aiber en . Tuesdays & Thursadyc 3 }TarrayiSle..: " 4 Port Albert.. ITamnrnrsm 4Stratf.rnl... MonIr & Thursdays a p.m. S3.xiredlnte ... .. Bvtheu Omen......... Avila clnue at On Hour this Office for nm. i I Mrlwbomrne ... Tmn. & Fri. 11.33; Sot 3 pill. Rosedale .. , . .I 1 Tmr~algon. We-tburv...: Rlns-elia Creel D~mndenmsn= : -, J .r. .. p.m. Aklertoe ..... T.mCIa&mv Thlurnlts 7.30 Tarmr~e...t ý. .r , Por. Albert ...: Yamraml~arronm -. ," r Stratfoid.l Mon.odaya & Timuredny mirmmsl1s e;. Brtthem... Onmeo .... , . JOHN D. LHESON, P'ostmaaater. Poet Offce, Sale, May 13, 1$G2.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE, 9Tn MAY, 1862. "/fE respectfully beg to nnnounco the opening of several ship ments of Winter Goods, and are now well assorted in all branches in the ~4bRAPERT0, G RIMEO AND B·OOT Having succeeded, throunh our own Direct Importation, to secure Gorld comibinihlg I)U It.\ BI'LTY with the Iatest Styles and FASIIIONS, we trust, by oflcriing the same to our Customners at prices Int exceeding those charged by iany Melbourne [louse, to merit a ceutinuaiuc of their patronage. 9m ca 1 huj&i , E 43r 41r, ý( (o. -• . . O N SALE by the undersigned: Flour, best Adelaiide Brands Brandy in bulk, Martell's dark and pale Ditto, rase . ditto, and 11 and R Itumn; in BullIg3Vest India Ditto, in case Geneva in cases and half do. Old T'on, in cafes, Bitters (Staunton) Chlampagne, Hock, Claret, Sautterne Sherry, itn bulk antl case Port . do. do. Ale, Allsop's, in draught, hogsheads and barrels Ale, Colonial, in lihogsheads a'ad barrels Porter and Ale in bhttle, pints an quarts...
THE BATTLE BEFORE CORINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
THE BATTLE BEFORE CORINTH. (From the New York Herald of April 9.) One of the greatest and bloodiest battles of modern days has just closed, resulting in thcompte t rple te of the enemy, who attacked us at daybreak on Snday morning. The battle lasted without internission during the entire day, andi was again renewed on Moioiday norlling, and con tiiuned nlderided until 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when tile enemyIV c.nnmnced their retreat, and are still lying towards Corinthl, pr'saed by i large force of our cavalry. The slaughter on both sides is intoense. W'e have lost is ktilled andl \lwounderd and missilng froul 18,000 tol 20,00 ; that of the enemly is estimated at frinn 35,000 to 40,000i. The fight was brought on by n illdy of 300 of the 25th Missnnri lReginent, of General Prentiss's division, attacking the advancedl guard if the rebels, which were supp ised ie t h b e e pickets of the enemy ill front of our caiups. The rebels inaledlitely' advanced on General Preoitis's division...
SALE POLICE COURT. (Before the Resident Magistrate) PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
SALE POLICE COURT. (Before the Resident Magistrate) PERJURY. John Lang and Josh Campion were arraigned &nbsp; &nbsp; by Sergeant John Macdonald, for perjury com mitted in a certain charge made by prisoners against Peter Smith for illegally retailing &nbsp; spirituolis liquors. Peter Smith, sworn.-Keeps an accommo- dation house on the Morewell river. Knows prisonor Campion ; dos not know Lang.- Saw Lang in Court. Was at home on the 4th of April. Defendants were outside the house that day. Did not supply defendants with any grog on that day ;did not receive any money for grog supplied them on that day. There was no whisky on the premises on that day. They camped outside. Saw them at 8 o'clock in "the morning; they left .about halfianhtnor after. Cannot tell who'was with tlein. Do:es not know everybody wlin camps ouetide the hose. Heoardt prisoners give their evidence oil th little of May. That evidence was nnut trie. Cross examined by prisoner. Was never convic...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
TO TuE EDITOR OF TIIC IPp?LA.ND TnM?s. Sn,--It is with no ordinary pleasure that I have undertaken again to address you. In this case it is with reference to the kindness andil devotion, for no loss terma can you use, of a gentleman living in this locality. A brief sketch of the incidents as they happened may induce those posso?sing the sealo ability to bo actuated with similar feelings. About three months since, a man, of the uname of Edward BUia ogirdle, had the mijfor. tune to be kicked by a liorýe. With his leg hlot. totod and broken, he lay all ight, not far froim the M1ornwell Public llouve, in the bush, with. out a cover or protection of any sirt. The next day he was founit and taoen to Lear's Eagle Hotel, whoer every attention has been paid him both by Mr.anld Mrs. Lear. Doctor's weore thought of, talked of, and snut for, but all to ni purpoce, the manme was poar, shame beho i~ idt :on lsuffering humanity; but a true friend ~was at hand, a gentleman, who tended the sick man ...
GOVERNMENT NEGLECT OF NORTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
GOVERNMENT NEGLECT O NORTH GIPPSLAND. tl:. have all ceen the h,ng strin?of tirns pit ity DrD. Maickhay on \edse and Thursdayv I st, tci the CG ,verllti relevtat ti tihe wants if Nrtd i ?llep and nothin,. mare. p rtileimly?. itself, to lor, nminds thai the fact,? all aid every tine if the attit'eraa rends cut Hul dry, aind knoav toi interlenteir before the quctbioitral askedl. 'W ca&n give tilheant sers i mucllh mollre tern' Illtd trllthfll I ,Ayt hls been done by either MIr. II:, li O'ShItalll V; or [Mr. Dilf\', nuiel ,e ha our renders tI say whetheril the trio c nt haove savedl liltiic of their ninh roanth byv ndrptint the some r?e We shell take' te qllestils advrit Dr. lMacklyv akel the Hnorable I the Presildent of the Beanrd of land \Vorke,--" If lhe will be acnd enoed recion lirnil the Govrernl ent to pi a Supplemelelitary Estilate a ellci slint of mn'iillly to empl.,y a comtie enlil err to survey ailnd rpel?t ont nlaking navigable the Cent ulielcaltir the (ii, lupwial w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
pB""S HORSE M'ABKET. FInErscEctK .Ee, Proprietor. AsDCnEtT .sac, aruwt^J , Salesman. TIII fli . a ,tht-e.ublise.l and cn T I I ER sin nll'jl e i n i C ^l.- l tral S::al1 Yrs n l o' St h?in_, r.t the serner of Qreen and I3,urk" stre"-t-I were .,pened for b:rsiness ,.'der th,. ,,hove mnanagement on Monlldar, bth Mar. )a;lv Sales are heldl and the busi ness i eneral;y will be en.dhceted so a- to insurt: that extensive patranaie a hich these well-knwn preiuises in times past cnmmnande I. ' he 'Yir.n anid aecnmmrnation (to which ixtrrnnsice rit erati',rne i ad Jdlitionr have )re,, r.:aeJ) for Ce intr" Inob-s of Ilorse.;s .nt l:hi;,orted Stock are most superior, and to this branch of the business the utmiost a:tention is paid. Account Sal-s promptiv -ettled. Advances made cis dtoik intended for early Snie. Sale-of ST.Ttro . A: DinDts Pnorert"r, and Irives ~IOCK solicited. Ofile.-'No. 3J'Little Collin3 street west. Jlebourne, 2nd June. ?tEntRENCES. J. P. Bear, I.-q, Queen street, .,el bour...
ROAD TO THE JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 20 June 1862
ROAD TO THE JORDAN. A public meeting of the inhabitants of Sale, North Gippsland, convened by Captain Carey, &nbsp; Police Magistrate, pursuant to requisition, was held in the Court-house, ons Monday, 16th June, at two o'clock p.m. William Pearson, Esq, Kilmany Park, in the Chair. "' TIo .Cias??stax ltate l the obje?t of the steatiag, as set forth.by the requisitionihts, to be to take into . o?nsidlrlrtion the propriety if memorialiuing GJvarnmant in riforanca to hlo Jordl.ut diggingl, as aleo to petition the Juovornmeoit to grant a eum of nmioey toxarda slearing a,ruadfruoi Solo to to Jordint gold. lolds. : The following roaolstion, s wsre severally ubhmitted to the mooting aitd 'unanimously carried .:-? - Proposed by Mr. Ross and seounded by Mr. McKenzie,-" That this" nmoting, counidoring :hat the wvholed of the Rn gos,, the watershud 'f which id Oippalahd, has been prroved by the .dovernment Prospecting Paitios to be auri. erons; that the sovera4 diggings and creeks ?rOes...
FRAUDS IN FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
FRAUDS IN FLOUR. Attention has been called in the Adelaide papers to a case of selling flour under a false brand, which calls 'for some notice. The matter is referred to at length in the letter of our Geelong correspondent. A parcel of flour, .nmanutactured at Geelong, was at tempted to be sold, under thel brand-of tleasrs. DunIn and" Soli,-'of Adelaide The 1tand was discovered, and anr in. junction was obtaihtred restraining the Geelong miller from continuing lhi nefnrious proceeding. A correspondent writes as follows on this sr',ject: a Mr. Jolhn .Dunn, of Mount lurker, n old aund much respected colonist and miller, sends to l'nglau I1, and bas pre ptredi and sent out, machinery of the most approved and costly description, by which he produces a flour of stal ing equal to the best of the Adel ide brands, and which accordingly became very ready of sale inll this market; end his success wais thus cheering to him. Crusting to the good naime of his f l.or, he mtakes large priepitratio...
DARING ROBBERY OF THE LACHLAN ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
DARING ROBBERY OF THE LACHLAN ESCORT. A FROM THE EMPIRE). As the escort was comning tlown from the Lrachlan yesterday evening, about six o'clock, just as it had arrived at Engoura Creek, near Orange, it was intercepted in its course by two drays being placed across the road near Clement's fence. On the escorts comning up to the drays shots were fired from behind them, which frightened the horses, being young spirited animals, and caused them to shy off from the road and upset the escort, pitching the troopers and the gold chest out. About a dozen men then immediately started from behind the drays, and firing on the troopers, wounded them all except one. The bush rsngers at the same time carried off the gold with the mail bags. It is not at present known the exalt amount of trer. sure taken, but it had been anticipated that this trip from the Lachlan would have brought cdown an unusually large quantity to Sydney. As yet there exists no doubt but that the daring depredlators on this o...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
CORRESPONDENCE. \VWe do not hold ourselves responsible,for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR O To e 0 P3.LAnD TIMES. Srn,-it occurs tomie that the advocates of the Sale municipality movement have scarcely given due consideration to the groat import* ance of the suocess or failure of the memorial, now before the Governinent, as regards the henalth and physical well-being of the residents of Sale iad neighborhood. Asitwouldnppeanr that our only chainee of getting- the township properly drained is by the continued action of the, residents and the owners of property, and, na ths poisons'nepresonitdig thgae 'tvr classesi oliose to conalder their Intiireste. directly inimicaly; it is quite evide.t 'that nothing, but the establishmenot of a munici polity, will bring them togethdr and cnetpol tlhem; for their mutunal benefit, to act in uniann. Until this is accomplished we 'may revel iu mud and filth, and have our infant population thinned by diseaseo, as heretofore, and the...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
TO TRE inrron:oi O n Tne OtrPt.D TIMES. Sin,-t trust you will bs so kind as to pub. lish the following communication, which I would haveosout you beforo, but I was unable to write from the overfatigue and stariration winch I suffered in trying to follow a track to the Jordan which Mr. Albert Buntino said was cleared. I loft Traralgon on the 5Lth of May for the Jordan, having heard of such a fine track being found and blazed by Mr. A. Buntine. VWe reached tlheo diggings on the 23rd, but could not find Mr. Buntine's trick. We found several, one of which we were a week upon, but being unable to proceed that way any fur. ther, had to turn back. We found two man in the bush trying to mako their way, they had only lAibs of flour each of them. They had seen Mr. A. Buntine, who told them he badil finished his truck and had.been in at the Jordan and was going down to make a claim . for the promised reward,-he said they could not miss the track as it was all cut and blazel. The fsritheut Bunt...
HEALTH FOR A SHIRE HOLLOWAY'S [?] HEADACHES, BILE, LOSS OF [?] AND LOWNESS OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
HEALTH FOR: HOLLOWJA, HEADACHES, BIL , AND LOyNI; OF These Pills rcquir 154 business or Pleasure, tIh bowels, strengthen the oh 10k a healthy noction of the i, purify the blood, cleanse i h nerves, and invigorate th They effect a trme 5nd, debilitated roe stiuie al ds healthy appetite, correct bile, giddlinees, heodalcohds, the heart" . aaainrl WEAKNESS AND I In cases of delbility, langue p0es geoerated by excess ofn s mental or lhyical, th 1e 0 in the highest deeree b oi, nand restorative They dreie the morbid cause of diseaot digestion, regulate all the c norvous systenm, raise the pt bring bsactk the frame to it vigour. They increase th they secure perfect digestio T B food, end relcse the invalid ism diet, lll' A WORD TO FE3ii~ There are two pri0i Woman's life, which reuidi IDi jndgement and attention. 0 r1es at those critical times to tat lay the foundation of futr e Pills, safe in action, and e1i, g should be taken at ccrtain C issue will be marvellous bth to tie and middle ag...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
SHIPPING INTELLTIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.-June 10. Keera, s.s., 114 tons, S.Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnbull Howden and Co., agents. IxronTs.-June 19. Keer.o, from Melbourne: 20 cases gin, 90 cases genera. 18 pkgs tea, 1 qr..cask wine, 1 bag lice, 50 bngs sugar, 10 pkgs. beer, 1 bag soTeeo, 2 qr.-.aks anld 5 cases brandy, 1 pkge. tobacco, and sundry free goods. - EXPOtTS. Nil. CLeAner ourT-June 20. Keer, for Melbourne. eAILED.-T.un 2. - Keera, 114 tons, S. Patrick, for Melboureno.
COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
COMMERCIAL. TO THE MLELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. We haveo mlae arrangements with the stock. holders of Gippoland, by which weo shall.be enabled for the futurero to publish a list of those partios who intend forwarding faLt stotk to Melbourno for silo, with the data of start. ing from their stations, and the number pro. posed to be drafteld, All stock owners in tending to forward stock will pleaseo to send at loeast seven days' previous notice to this office. Far STooeU proposed to be forwardeod in June:-o No. 'Jusly W. IL Smith, Eisq., Liidenow.... 200 2 W. Pearson, Esq., Kilmaey Park 200 3 J. Foster, Eeq, IBoisdale .,...... 200 3 John King & Co., The Ridge ..... 200 12
PARLIAMENTARY. THE LAST DAY OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
PARLIAMENTARY. THE LAST DAY OF THE SESSION. In the Legislative Council on the 18th, SThe Acting President took the chair shortly after two o'cloclk. There was a full nttendance 'o mem hers, andt a large number of ladies andtl strangers were present, in anticipation of the visit of His Excellency to prorogue Parliament. On tlhe motion of Mr. Coppin, tihe Game Preservation Bill was passedl through all its stages. Hlis Excellency having arrived, and the mnembers of thle Legislative Assembly having been summnonedtl in the usual man ner to attend, thle Royal assent was given to thle followving bills: 1. Bill granting £122,250 towards tlhe service of thle year. 2. The Appropriation Act. 3. Real Property Bill. 4. Frauds on Credlitors Prerention Bill. 5. Goltl Export Duty Exemption Bill. B. Scab Act Amendmnent Bill. 7. Customs Laws Amendmenrt Bill. 8. Crown Lands Sale and Occupation Bill. 9. Injuries Bill. 10. Distillation Bill. 11. Goldl lining Leases Bill. 12. Common Schools Bill. 13. Rai...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Report for the Gippsland Stockowners.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862
MIELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Report for the Gippalfand Stockowners.) W. E. and A. S. Khiig report tihe market to have opened on Monday, the 10th inat. with upwnrds of 1200 head of cattlo, principally of primequality. About 800 were sold at better prices than could have been anticipated, lear: ing 400 of the beat for Tuesday's sales. The attendance of buyersa fromn the different in flaid markets helped to keep up the compe tition, and wOrked off a considerable number, otherwise the town trade would have been overwhelmed. We woncd adviose our Gippaland fricends to confne their wveokly supplies to aboul 500 head per week. fBtter.prices might then beo expopted.;, There is but littlu chalic of any great number of cattle front other quarters uctil the end of Auguaot, or, unless the spring nots in very early, until Sep. tombor. Boat ballocks sold on londay at fronm £7 to £8, nd cows, firomi £ to £7. WYo saold 102 bullocks from Linldouow, of good quality but light weiglits, at £5 Os 0d. Mr....