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THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. The following testimonial from the Packers who left Salo with M3Evoy en route to the Jordan, has been received by the Chairman of the Jordan Exploration Committeoe on yes.. terday morning. A privote communication which accompanies this says that a awsscrip. tion has been entered into by the packmon, who subscribed £8 to reward t'Evoy for his trouble and expcnso in opening up the track. From this it would appear that every day demonstrates the font that through Gipplslnd is the shortest, boest, and most practicable route that has yet beoen discovered to arrive at this new El Dorado. " Jordan Diggings, . . S16tli8 iftf802. 'We, the undersigned packman, hive reached the Jordan Diggings by M'Eosy'e road, asnd have found the track a good one, and are satis fied that a better track cannot be founod, as it keeps the waterahed between the Thomaon and MAliater rivers from Ileoylleld to Mount Useful, from thence to the Jordan, theroe' is but one gulley to cross. 1W estima...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

TOBACOO. Tobacco-growing appears to haveo re ceived some attention in the Murray district, and will, we have little doubt, amply repay the cultivators for their time and labor. Whilst civil war rages in America, and for some considerable time after, .we may expect very Ihigh prices for tobacco; it would, therefore, he well if our farmers took advantage of tihe scarcity, andt opened a trade for leaf of their own producitng, whichl is more easily necottplished while thle article is scarce and derar than when cheap and plentifil. We copy tihe following parm graphls as an incitement to those who may halt in their opinions as to tlhe prudence of attemnpting its produtction : Tobacco appears to Ihave been grown wvitih some success ini tihe Albury district. From thle Federal Standard we learn tlhat M' Mr. George Day, of Allbry, Ihas despatcheld to Melbourne oneo ton of Virginia tobacco, grown at his farm on the Sydney road. Ile appears pretty contfident of winning tihe prize of £40O awarde...

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The Argus of the 20th inst says [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

The Arnga of the 20th ilst. says -"The I markets have been steady today. Bousiness I has been tolerably active, without loy'chaugai *being 'iarked in prices. The rates for tobacco are altogether nominal. Flour and wheat are. still in demand, at prices sustaining sho recent advance. The Ringdlovo, fromi California, whose arrival at Sydney was noticed in this morning's issue, has a cargo of oats and barley. Sales are reported yesterday of colonial oats, in parcels of from 100n to 900 bushels,at 5s 6d. To day they are held for Os; Californian are now quoted at from Os to Os id." A speculative demand for wheat and flour has at lengtlh arisen, owing to. the advices received from England, from which it appeara that the shipments from these colonies would realize better prices than were canlclated on. Thus more vesiels are to be at once freighted, at Adelaido at least; and as thle quantities remaining on hand in these colonies are now known to be not very tsech in excess of our homeno requ...

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CHAMPION PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

CHAMPION PLOUGHING, MATCH. The Chanmpion Ploughing Match come olF on last Friday, in Mr. Donald Maneou'n paddock. There were only fivre ploughs in the field, including the two cumpetitors for the £10 stakes. The name of the ploughmen were as follows: John Cator A. Robertson (challenger) Rt. McGreggor Loyu (Chinaman) The judlges were Mesars. W. Thomson, W. Craig, It. Beuuisson, IL Swan, and John Camp. bell. The grbuind woas laid out by Ml. John Wilson, of Rose Forest, into equal portions of half an acre each, and at eleven o'clock the fiet farrow was opened. It way evident from the commsicement .ths both Riloirton'add Cater. intonded to whin if they could, n. they both ploughed with considerable coio and judgment. Soon after the ploughing began it was plain that Riitosul, twice a winner, was owled out of all chance,-hie plough was not p to the mark, and broke the groundrl too ,much. McGreggur's horses were bFroubllcsome; which completely desotroyed his chlance of tse takes, and John ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

" EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1802. Oun grave yard and its abuses have now become such a hackneyed sub ject, that all feelings on the daily desecration of the last resting-place of our departed friends have rcsolved themselves into a general burst of indignation at the utter neglect of all the decencies of humanity which has now become so painfully ap. parent to every visitor of the Sale cemetery. This is a subject thai. for many reasons; weshould not wish to speak of, again, but facts of such a gross and offensive nature have been exposed to us by respectable witnesses, that we dare not any longer place our own feelingi in opposition to those of our constitu ents. Who can blame the public for crying out shame at having a burial ground turned into an stock yard ? Or who can picture the feelings of a parent.wlien they are informed their child's coffin has been exposed by the serapings of a rampant bull? That this has been the case we have been informed on respectable authority, who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

EAM TO IVIELDB URNET E fnse stea li E1 ill lseave Port Albert every IDAY. res will be carried to or from Port a Albert at 808, eachr. at ight-fold, 2d. per ounce. Par eels over 200 ounces, d. Geld, for shipment;,niust be entered ito the Customs before 10 o'clock-a.m. bc the day of sailing. at Return Tickets...... ....... £5 Available for 14 days. Tor frcight or passage apply to lNBULL, MOWDEN, & CO., harf.street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when ded. All goods discharged, if not moved from the wharf before 4 o'ecock m., will be stored at consignees' risk d expense. ac TEAMER TO TME IITCIIELL t AND TAMBO. 11E steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred 1Iorrisby Commander, waill leave e La Trobe Bridge every Tlesday orning, at 7 o'cloik, sharp, for the ove. FARES: ahin Passengers ............£1 10 0 teerage ....................... 1 1 0 (Tnclsaling refreshlments) - FREIGHT: o Bairnsdale, per ton,.£....1 10 0 oBruthon(includingartage I from 'Tanbo Saw Mills)... 2 .0 0 arcels .......

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at this office from On Hour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7p.m: Daadn ogo.g...... ,, ,, ,,,, Trnaralgon .....,,,,,, Westbury .... Sale.. Tues. ~ n 3 p.m. Stratford..... , - Bairnsdale ..... ,, - Omeo ...... ..... - Port Albert...... ,, 3 p.m. Alberton ......... - ,, ,, Tarraville ...... - ,,,, Yarranm Yarram - ,, ,, Mails clare at r this office for ur. p.m. Melbourne ...... Tiues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Daadnong .... ..,,,,,, t Tiramg a .... it n Westbury .... Sale........... Wed. P.m Stratford........ -- ~ ~ to Bairnsdalo .... - f t Omeo ...... - , ~ Port Albort...... ,, Alberton..... ~ - ~, Tarraville ... - to Yarram Yarram , -x N.D.-No stamps sold. or letters delieored or registered on Sndaays. . IIENIIY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedsle, 9th April, 1862.

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

TABLES Or THE ARRIV.L AND W.aitTUOR OF0 InAYD sIo. rLs, 18(92. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at hiasOlice from OIour Molbourne ... Mon. Thur. & Sat. 9 a.m Rosedale . t r Rosedml g ...... .,,,,,, TraralgonW...... ,, ,,,, I Westhury..... Russell'eCreek , Dandenong ...t o p.m". Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 3 3990 Tarrarille...... t o r Port Albert .. ,, , , arranYrram ,, , Stratford ,.... Mondays & Thursdays 6 p.m. Bairnedalo...... Bruthen .... ., , ,, Omeo............ ,, ,, Mela close at On Hour this Office for a.m. Melbourne ... Tues.. Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. Rosedale,..... ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, Westbury .... lRussell'sCreet ;, ,.,,. . . , i , ,, Dandenong ... ,, ,, ,,,, , p.m. Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 7.30 Tarraville..... ,, ~, Port Albert ... ,,, , YaurnmYarracc Stratford ...... Mondays & Thursdays Birnsdale.... ,,, ~ , Brnthen ..... ,, ,, Omeo~ ..:......I , ,,It I S JOHN D. LEESON, Postmasater. Post Office, Sale, May 13, 1862.

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CROOKED RIVER. Crooked River, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Crooked River, June 20; The old Crooked is at last really be ginning to feel the effects of the Jordan rush, and the European portion of our population are leaving fast. However, Chinamen are coming in from Omeo daily, so that our population may become as populous as ever. We have had several claims in dispute latterly, which compelled that bright official luminary, Mr. Wills, to visit us   and his decision in the case of Gamble and   Party versus the Prospectors, has generally   been considered most unjust. Fromn the   commencement of the case he was, ap-   parently, prejudiced, and ordered the cut-   ting away of a dam. belonging to the Pro-   spectors, which has been erected nine   months, and which will actually put a stop to the working of the claim on that portion of the river that has not been previously   worked. A race f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

CLEARING-OUT SALE AT MGdHEE'S, Raymond Street, Continues till Ist July, 1802, T HEN it is expected all parties will have availed thenmselves of the very great Reduction in Prices. TERMS CASH DURING THE SALE- ONLY TWELVE DAYS LONGER. Tempus fuqil I Sale, 19th June, 1862. 20je SEEDS. FIELD, FLOWER. and GARDEN SEEDS, in Great Variety, at n2n c M'GHEE'S. R. TOPPING, N returning his sincere thanaks to his numerous Friends and Cus tomers for the very liberal share of patronage which lie has received from them since first commencing business at Sale, would assure them that his exertions shall be untiring to merit a continuance of that amount of public confidence, which Iho lhas hitherto been so successful in securing. R. T.'s Stock, on inspection, will always be found to comprise a selection of the very best goods as follow : Saddles.-The long and increasing popularity which he lhas en joyed for his Colonial-made Satddles of all descriptions is a sutficientguaranteeo as to their quality an...

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A CONSIGNMENT OF WI[?] OF THE DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

A CONSIGNMENT OF WV '['0` Tl E DIIGERS. TISDIRnECTED ..plilanthrobjyllly or quiently induces onppositereultal toil intendeod hy. the benevolent boil periencedl initiators. In no 110 e (110 hans this been brought monre forcli fore us tlhan in thle goodl-natured of MArs. Clhisholm to relieve at classes of females in England fro wretchled penury and starviation whlichl tlhey are snrrounded. Thl of Mrs Clhihioln's mnoistken ldenof porting into Victoria femoles un011s 1 thle wants of thleo. colony is clredy well-klowno to need any e.xpositi tihe Iharrowing details. We oshouldl iave snuliposed tls inioerohloe failuro of Mrs. Cli: consig llnments if ivomen...woul b beeno a suickient warningo to s0a lovers of notorieoty who may d public applnouse nandl aploce amoni lienofieeorslof mankiod, from gqle peroiinoentiog one n tradle inothe 0t portion of the hiiuman fnamily. pnaupers' corner in thle Alllhoorne tory-the onnd-hlouse-andl. tIe re of infamy in- thlhe .purlieos of our le twns uaffrd su...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. A Goon D.iv's VWOnt.-A carriago has been manuftacttredl, placed on the railway line in Manchlester', laden with goods fir the international Exlibition, andl arrived in Lonldon, all within twenty*Ibur Ihours of the " puddling " of the first "pig" of iron and the sawia; of the.first log of timber.-illustraled Nreeos. A Dexarvxo MINER'S GOOD Fon-r trun.-We often hear of the vicissi tudes of a miner's life, snid how the poor man of one day.is the rich man of the next, but we think that few in stances of a sud let change from hope les3 work to fortune can. be found surpassing the one wo record to-day. A man named Simon Grant has been prospecting for the last eight weeks in a gully known as nMiddle Gully, near the top of the Inkeranan Lend. Ige continued to prospect this'grotnd, in spite of the hardship s Ihe had to undergo, as for manny weeks his earnings did not exceed two or three shillings, and one week they reached eighteoupence. On this income he had to support a wife...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

NOTICE OF REMWOVAT.. ,iR. CHIRISTENSEN desires to 1 intimate to his Customers and the Public generally that he has REMOVED the YORK STIIET BAKERY to his new premises lately erected in York street, adjoining the old " Wool Pack." 27 jo c f IEN POUNDS to TWO IIUN L "DRED POUNDS to lend on good security. WM. D. A1KINSON, Solicitor, Iaymond Stre-t. 27je c DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. I Tf yE BARTNERIHIIP hitherto SL existing.under tlfe style or firm of 1M'Pherson and Cameron, Stock hnldeis, Lo\ lands Station, Gippsland, was dissolied hy mutual consent on the 11th day of June, 1862. 'ITHS. RM'PiERSON. JOHN CAMERON. Witness: D.AnD TunoBauLr, J.P. 27jo EDUCATION AND BOARD. l1HE TEACHER at STRATFORD T begs to inform Parents and Guardians that he is prepared to re ceive a few youths as Boarders. Good progress guaranteed, and terms reason able. 6jeo NOTICE. I HAVE This Day made over to I IR. FREDK. HUT'CIISON all Debts due to me.. RONAID McDOUGALL. Bruthen, 14th June, 1862. IF all DEBTS due to...

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HINTS TO PACKMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

HINTS TO PACKMEN.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES.   Sir,-.In my Iast week's letter l attempted to give sonm idea of the stamp of horse required for packing purposes. Saddlery is the next important item which intending packmen should give their attention to. You have no doubt often seen small works entitled, "Every man his own farmer," and many poor men have lost valuable horses (perhaps their only means of asupport), through having faith in these cheap quackeries. On the same principle, when a packmen at tempts to become his own saddler, he is acting on the penny wise and pound foolish system. Pack saddles can only be properly made by a saddler, and, to be complete, should have breechin, crupper, and breastplate, a good surcingle is also indispensable. Many packmen drive their horses without head stalls, this should never be; a bullock hide halter should always be on each horse, so that the whole train can be immedliately tied up if anything goes wr...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 27 June 1862

LOCAL NEWS. We find by a notice in the Governmeant t lazette that Bairnedalo lock-up has been pro- t laimed a gaol within the meaning of the Act. Ve also hear that a gaol is very shortly to be t reoted at Salo, when, we presume, the old a ofamous lock.up, which at present exists, vill be'razed to the ground. We find, by the Geelong Advertiser, of the r 0th June, that 3eossrs. Mathews, of Geelong, ave enteredl largely into the bacon curing a rado, and have succeeded to their utmost xpectations in producing an article that has t otumanded a ready"eale at prices approaching a hose realised for English bacon and hams. 1 Erish butter is no longer an article of import, f atd we hope we may soon find that cheese a snd bacon of colonial manufacture will effectu i lly exclude the foreign import of these articles. The MIelbourno Economis, of the 20th inst.. t ,ublishes two account sales of wheat, sold in I London market on Australian account. One shipment from Melbourne realised 62s. per I pa...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Tirz -TourLoI "JODUILfE" PRO nIBITED.-Let it lie recordel to the Hlatini hIliour of the French plreas and people that the utterly abominable pro posahl of the Archihisehip of ''oulouse, to celebrate the Inneancre of Protestants in theat city .in 1652, by a " piroewcinon of FTolyv llli." and other rejoicins., ihas awakeneil so iniverel aen indiLlpntion a? to constrain the Emtperor to ilterfero with .a publih order that the ceremony mitet not take place in any shape what poe'r,. ThIe Allonileur of yesterday. after dCesribi ; the trigihtliful tragedy upIl n which the morbid, cruel, and chnctical mind of thie prelate dtwells Swith c-u -h di.gu-ting satislntetiuu, ats ' iit ,,rvious andi blotly epilsode of our nhcieint reli oiuns discord.," irloictnices aii t)leuiln llutl empllhatic interdict allailit the rites tientione iitI his w le eIIllt o rahle pastioral. 'The Archbishop of Tl'ilo ise, thicrtire, is disappoiniited of the wicked pleasure which lie hoped to ihave ili co...

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HOTELS ON THE MELBOURNE ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862

HOTE:.S ON THE MEMLIOUTNNE ?OAD. TO TIIE EDtIOR or TiIE OTIPPiTAD lilIES. Srur,--'lhronih the mnliumn of your influenti:il journal I would like to try the feelings. if not the consciences (if' they have any). of some of our land. lords on th e Melbourne road relative to their charges, wlhicih. 111ner101 the present state of our markets, are out of all reason. A short time since, a man, now in my employ. utlldrto k, tfor a slnall sum, to take a horse through to ,Melhourne. Rntli mlan and hlorse were in low con dition, the amount for the service snmll and most unremunerative. I-e left the \loe in the morning, and trudged on to. Brown's Drover's R?,st, where ho thought refrelinment jfor the horse necessary. On asking for some onts, he was informed they were 3s. Gd. per feed. Expostull tin was useless, so he inquired the price of half n bushel, twelve shillings was the reply. This wans the only alternative, so the poor fellow forked out and resumed his long and dreary journey with no th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do trit hold ourselver responsible for the opilorrs of our correspundents. HIINTS TO BUIYERS OF HORSES. TO TiLE EDITOR OF TilI O G'PPe..tnD TIai:i. STrt,-I hil iitielided that rIy ltLt week's letter should complete my cirre spondenlce wih you, but, pIassigr .1\r. Sewell's auction yard, the other day, I dropped in. Certainly a m, ley group were there -shorekeepero, diei rers. an I Ioniiescripts ; I eveu ntirce a lawyer there. T'lhe first lot rf horses ,ot rep were soll itulear aill eXecutirrr, orll. inll Ceinris.q. e. , broiugh seveiy-iier p" r cent. mire thin Ihleir real value. A fair lor atld Irv in eroans in had condition were text ofrfirer, wnrl, with toe eir twII exCr,·ti nls. coItl, serareely be giren away. I supprrse Ib cati.e they were rot s(old by the sheriff or Ihaili!i. My advice, however, to htovers ,of honrate is strt te) pierRmanent r.'sidenlts ill Gippslaud, fir.they ea-rider themselvest so well up to horse trarlieg that I shrill con:firte my advice ...

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A SHAM RAREY IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862

A SHLAM RAREY IN ROME. A letter front Ruime, dated Aptil let, cotltahis the f, llowint stry; r'The IEn lslith wil Americans in Rome have this week Ietn the victims I of a hox wo rthy of Battrnum. It was atlllltuncel that Rarer, the Ihrese-temer, I hal arrived, and that wittl prol er induce. I mellt hie would conlsellt to give all exhli. hitilt of his powers. As three-fiorths of tlheforeslieri in Hoomet belong to the eqastrian order, thanks to the glorious temtpt.ation?t of the Cetmpnttna, and as the R ,naln nbles especially court the Ih,.n urs oif a kntw'ledge of horse-flesh. there was no lack whatever of ten scullti notes lodged for the tetnptattionl of Rare ; and on Friday. in the Doria Ridin, schoIl, the exhibition took place. In the gallery were ladies, especially artist ldies, anxions to tttudy the boautifl .zrtup to lie ,rrmed by the noble horses and the splendid torse tamer. lChairs for the QteenI of N:uples were qtickly app.protpliatedl to better womwn ; ad lhad it lnot been...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862

SIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. an.lven r-June 26. Helen S. Page, 217 tons, T. Spring. from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood, agents. June 27, Glencoe, 159 tons, T. Lang, from Hobart Town. Turnbull. Howden and Co., agents. Free Traler, 206 tons, J. Thom, from Hobart Town. Turnbull, Howden and Co., agents. Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, from Hobart Town. Johnson and Hood, agents. June 30. Wil:iam 3Miskin, s.s., 74 tons, J. C. Boer from Melbourne. Turubull, Howden and Co., agents. mIPonRTS -June 26. Helen S. Page, from Hobart.Town : 1200 palings, 1 iagn board, 24 feet timber, 1 box candles, 1 box fruit. June 27. Glencoe, from Hobart Town: 19 bales lhay; 90 bundles shisgles, 42 bushels lime, 1 pkge: trees, 2 pkga furniture, 12 bags oats, NJO palings. Free Trader, from Hobart Town : 12 bales hay, 1 bag pcan 1 bag barley, 1 bag beaus, I bundles hawtholrn, 1400 palings. 1 bag maize. Eclipse, fronm Hobart Town : 1000 palings, 17 hags oats, 3 hhda. ale, 3000 laths, 6 bundles cooper's flags, ...

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