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THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. Crossing Place, Aberfeldy Creek, June 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
:THrE. JORDA?N DIGGINGS. (rliO OUR OWn COnRRESPONDENT.) Croasing'I'lace, Aberfeldy Creek, dune 27, 1862." That there ore difficulties to be surmounted before reaching even thus far oin the way to Jericho. cannot be denied, but there aor none whieh phyeical strength.nnld moral resolution cannot overcome. Steep ranges, thick scrub, ice, i?in, and snow, make one tired and un. comfortable, but that is all; you get through them, for they do not render the track lm pasible. And this is the result of my journey by BM'Eiy's track of which I proceed to give you a brief description. Leaving Sale, the road is through Fllham and, Ileyfihld, round the palings of the home station. to the latter place, and through the white gateo." Iere everybody goes' wrong, there being a broad wheel beaten track stnraight in front which is naturally taken by all strangeor. ' Instead of this, the track to the left, going between the river and the miona until the enld of the litter, whore you ocres the flit and st...
COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
COQMMEaOIAL. TO THE 3MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND UTiIE,tS. Sale, May 3), 1862.. i We have mad:learrangomonts with the atock holders of Gippaland, by whish we shall be enabled for tihe future to publidh a list of thosm parties who intend forwarding fat stork to [Malbanrno for sale, with the date of start ing from their stations, and the number pro posed to be draftod. . All stok-ownere in. toealing to forward stock will ploeas to send at least soven daya' previous notice to this office. Far STOCK propoaed to be forwarded in Joly:-- ' No. July Clyde nk .............. .......... 200 10 Jouh King & Co., The Ridge ..... 200 12
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
LOOAL NEWS. During the nweek nltmerous pc Skeepers and others, hare corne~d i ,newly formed trckas between the J?t. Sale. All parties who have travelled n any of the Gippshmld routes are incon better thant those farot the Janieonel the diggers are nlo' naturally turning 3 I at thi saide of the country as theplie whence they are to obtain future Ii Our own pacekmen must be wtrell ti?d the results of their journeys, as tIhy atny a day or two when they return hot are off again to the Jordan. This alo that there cannot be the searcity of fd posed on the tracks, otherwise the would want a much longer spell that : ow get. We understand that nccenew 'houses are about being erected on di tracks, which will be of causider.tbleaeic to parties travelling, and we haie nll but that the owners will carry on a psr trade. The packimen colpthiln thit allohw £3 1 5a. for geld and that it onlyrn £3 12a at Sale, a dififrence of nearly! cecnt., whilst at the Jamieson and ll the full. price is obtained. ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Report for the Gippsland Stockowners.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
MELTIOURNE 3MARKETIS. (Speciul Report for the Gippsaluel Stockowners.) ,Messrs. W. E. and A. 8. King report the market to have been supplied with a smaller unmber of cattle than we have had for the l?bt fortnight, the quality, with the exception of two Gippsland lots, being in!ferior. oumpe. tition was dull owing to the demand being satisfied with the oversupply of last week and absence of country buyers. For one very prime lot on Monday there was fair comppoli tion. On Tuesday our sales consisted of large, rough, unLful bullocks, which went ol' at an advaence of 10s to 15s a.hoad on last week's closiug rates. To day, Wednesday, the 25th inst., we have a very prime draft from Oippso land, for which we look-for at further adiaco in prices. On Mfunday, Johnson's, 150 very prime and heavy bullocks, from Gipplanmd, averaged £7T I2 s 2?, anld M'lvoys, frcom Murrnumbidgee, averaged 05 fair bullotks, £3 17s, about 30 bullooks, very inforlor, £1 t5, T- ---?--- -'.'_- * " = .."" _ =_ N . ? -...
LATEST FROM THE JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
LATEST FROM THE JORDAN. JlI. U.tlenr~hi, retlurnled lt a tevnilnl lfrom the Jurl:n. 11ie ely that lt new\ rush has b-enl made to the Aborfihlyv, on. whliih there L r'o now about one hin Ired nmen diLgiin aiud pro)pecLti,?. Thji river is not above tixty milets trou SaleI; oII l Tlino of ,amp:fblI'd trawk. Ailtlher rush has also taken plalce below the junltion of t1h Jordan wi?ith the 'llhompi.on, lllabout twenllty miles nearer Sile than11 ,lrieho, but the difll I.ty3' of getting 'atin!ll II much aglainst the minersio , whlose prospectl are otlher wise good. .lr. Campbniliell reports tile diggers are all duing well on the Jurdan. At present we know notlilg of Mr. Cnampbell's track, but we see by anr aidvertislmellt il nor columns of to dlay that ikr. Clark, of the R iyal hxtCh (n(go intends startilng a coach by thlat track as far as Towngabbie, of the capa bilities of which we will give a nimre extended notice net( week.
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
S" :tis [ iei r." - FRID.YT, JULY 4, 1302. TILE ope ling of the present year gave forth little promise of either increase of agriculture or its natural cxico:nitant, trade, to North Gipps land. Farners had still in their possession a consilerale quantity of the last season's crop for which no probable outlet existed. Store keepers had either to take agricul tural produce in exchange for their goods or to sell on long and 'doubtful credits. and, morcy circulation was considerably- circumscribed by ia system of barter trade which would have necessitated the sale of our surplus grain at ruinous prices, in order to realise any monetary value for the quantity which was not re quired for our home consumption The fruitful harvest of 1862 added considerably to the surplusage of 1861 : attempts were made to test the Melbourne market. and by that means to arrive at the actual value of the cereals which were already becoming a burden to the district This trale was a last resource ; the want of...
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at this o from On H Tell urn ..... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.an. L z.d?.brong .... . . Tr au ,,»u ...... 1 ' St brytr ........1 , alOn ............. Tue. p.m STarratile ....... Ye; ptus Y.arnal _ Milsd! cl-e at ithis office for -On Hour Oi1.1 .d...e ...... - 11 .Melb ut Tr...... Fi. Su p.m. Da-.lenon? .·..·.* . Tnumbul .... We-stbur .....? SIde .. T . .p Strt officrd ...... - \felb,urne... Tues. " Fri. Sun. 2.:IO D.Esrsd,,le ...... - Omeo .. ......... Stratfordc ....... » » » airn.~lr.... . Port Albert...... Albertou ........ Tarrarille .... , ?raTm TYarratn , N.B.--No stamps sold or letters delivered or vegisteled n.. u:nda;ys. lI ?Ie, LUKE, Postmaster. R'. Rosedale, 9th'April,'18b2. " .
TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST-OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
,Lntr.: 9r TI. ARRnIVAL AND DEPraiTUoR Or I.NLAND MAIL, ISI2. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails i rrivo at On our hisOllice from ?Melbourne ... Mon. Thur. & Sat. I a. In Rosedle ...... ,t , ,, , Trarnlgon ...... WUetbury...... lindmIll'e Croee, Daudaenong ...( . . . ~n .llbeorton ...... Tuodays :& Thursdayu 3 0 Tarratill. Po,.t AlIort ... Yarain Yai"ral Stratford. u o lays & Thursdays 6 $p.m. adrnodile ..... Bruthou .. O no .......... P3foil cl1a, at On Ilotir this Ofice fdr Melbourne ... T",es. & Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. Itoye ... ,, Tarraville..... Port Albert .. You rarnYarram Stratford ...... Mond,,y & Tur y ,, BUairnsdled... lruthen ... Oimoo .. JOUN D. LII.EON-, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, May 13, 1802.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
DEATI. On the 27th June, at the Fulton, Mary Cunninghame, infant daughter of Alex. L. Pearsonl, Esq. Divine Service will be held in the Preshy- terian Church, Sale, next Sunday, at 12 o'clock noon and half-past 6 o'clock p.m. Also, at Stratford at 12 o'clock noon. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
TUESDAY, 8th JULY. th DURHAM AMD HEREFORD CATTLE, hb all .rT E. and A. S. KING will SELL, pa S by PUBLIC AUUTItlN,. at SAL E, on ''uesday, Sth July, at Twelve o'clockr noon, In Lots to suit Purchasers. sti The Auctioneers need hardly remind M the Squatters and OGrziers of Gipps- i, bind of the necessity of "gooid 1a breeding".in their herdrs. Well-bred hi, Cattle commnandl the attentioin of the th Butchers and insure high prices, th while the inferior and ill-bred are tti unsealable. alr 22 Durham Bulls, 1 to 6 years tl 26 Durham ('ows and ileifers to 1L Durhanm Calves lil 6 llerelord lBlls, I to 3 years th 9 Ilere'ford Cows and H1eilers p 3 Hereford Calves. These cattle have lately been im ported fotom Tasmania frotn the cele brated.herd of ,Theodore lartley, E.-q, th of Keriry Lodge, Tasmianin, and are sit now on view at IllE [lIDG B. to d23mn4jy o BEAR'S HORSE MARKET. se FREDERICK REED, Proprietor. ANDREW M'ACARItTIUR, Salesman. I 1E above old-established and cen t tral Sale Yard...
THE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
TI-IE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. No. I. A Brent denl has been sai ann.I written alout the GippaslanI goll-fields, lbut to niany, even in this district, the history of their rise, temlporary hfilure, and pro green is still unknown. 'I'he lificultlies attendling mining Operations in Gipp, laud have been hithertr very great. Our inilated pnsiti ,n, li-tatnce from a maurket, and the neelivitons journey wlicy h lhalI to bae udertakeii previlus to reaching the basin wherein the first discoveries ltiy, prevented an otherwise paynale and ex tensivoe ligril,'ns firom receiving at allny •ne -lime a- slffiint-.p, pnlantisio tioi lay hnre the riches of the hills and gnllies o hich sirroiitd Liviugstone Creelk. hnli,". thugh at the Mlurray side of the dlividilg range, has nalways hcn l:lked Ol as n GilppSlaUl gnldl-field, deriving its supplies throngh Port Albert or S tie, and Iiing more inmnediately connected with this district tha1 with i 13ecchworth, of which mniiiR c district it forms...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
JORDAN DIGGINGS. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has conl . stantl on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE IIuRtSES, cheap. Apply at the Ofice, Foster Street, Sale. 2' je c MONDA.Y, 7th JULY. Sale by Auction, A T the request of several of ny Constituents, I intend huldini a 10.S'ER T SAL of Ihousehold 'Furniture, &c, &c., -c., On Monday. 7th Julyv next, at the Aucti-on tu.,ms, LFoter street. Parties havit.t GHoods fr sale will pleas, tor ward thent in before Twclve o'clock on day- of sale. Sale to commence at One o'clock. J.. SE\WELL, Auctioneer. N2OTICE OF REVIOVTAL. /R. "CHRIST'IENSEN desires to -'--1l4ý"r intimate to. his Customers anl - " the Public 2'genterally that he lies R-EMiV\ED the Y'ORlK 8THE¶?El' BAKERY to his new premises lJtely erected in York street, adjoining the old " Wool Pack," 27 je c Ti1EN POUNDS to 'TWVO HUN DRED POUNDS to lend on good security. S\V~J. D. A'TKINSON, Solicitor, Itnaymond Street. 27je c £5 REWARD. A SIDE SADDLE having been stolen fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
TEAI TO Mi ELBOURNE;. 11E fine screw steamshilp :KEERA will leave Port Albert every, IDAY. rsee will be carried to' oiefroin F'ort Albert at 80s, each. eight--lold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces,, Ild. Gold, for .hipment, emast be entered; i the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m i the day of sailing. leturn Tickets ...... .......£5 Available for 14 days. hor freight or passage: apply to (lNBlULL, IIoOWDEN, & CO., harf.-street, PortAlbert. II goods at .consignees' risk when dcd. All goods discharged, if not loved from the wharl before 4 o'clock ., will be stored at consigniees' risk Sexpense. a c TEAMER TO THE M ITCHELL. AND ,TAMBO. iI? steamer ENT'ERPRISE, Alfred Morrisby Commander, will leave La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday ruing, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the . FARES: in Passengers ...£.....£1 10 0. cerage ....................... 1 1 0 (Encludinq refreshments.) FREIGHT: Bairnsdale, per ton,......£1 10 0. hearuthen (including cartage ram Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 0 cels......
YARRA BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 4 July 1862
YARRA BEND. The following verdict is the result of &nbsp; an inquest into the death of Charles &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jenkings, cab driver, who died in the &nbsp; &nbsp; Yarra Bend Asylum after three days incarceration in that still mismanaged establishment. The verdict in itself will fully explain to our readers the nature of the case, and the worse than &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; injudicious treatment which had been &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; adopted, and further proves how fully &nbsp; &nbsp; justified the Argus was in so boldly &nbsp; brining the abuses of that Asylum before &nbsp; the public. The Jury, too, have done &nbsp; their duty nobly, and a few more such &nbsp; verdicts would assist in making a clean sweep of all the imbecile...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TOIE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMSP.. Sin,-- could not help remarkingt a certain apathy which appeared to have rested en the Cemetery Meeting of yester day. Everybody seemed afraid to give vent to their feelings, and the whole ollf'ir passed off withou tt that demntnration of indignation which I previously believed would have been exhibited. This apathy, however, was nor real, nor did it arise from any want of feeling; the truth was that everybolvdy was afraid of asking tile qnestion, " What has become of the funds?" and the inquiry, if intended, was. delayed until too late. Now, Sir, I say the people have a right to a detailed ac CInma of receipts and expenditure, and I helie'"e the Government will insist upon it. Would it not be well therefore if a question was smonted at Ilhe adjournelld lleetint which would lead to iplncilgthe accounts in the hlnds of some one who had leisure to make t...
PUBLIC MEETING—THE SALE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
PUBLIC. MEETING-THE SALE CEMETERY. A public meeting was held at the Court. house, Sale, on Monday, 7th July, at two o'clock p.m., pursuant to requisition, for the purpoose of considering the duty of the in. habitants of this district in reference to the diegraeeful condition of the Sale Cemetery. Captain CanREr, opened the proceedings by reading the requisition, and thou requested the meeting to elect a chairman. Dr. PECK proposed, seconded by the Rev. Mr. LoaIN, "That Capt. Carey take the Chair;" which was carried unanimously. The Cnsnat?aN briefly alluded to the im portance of the object they had met to con sider, and the urgent necessity of immediate action being takun ; but left the matter in the hands of the meeting. Dr. PECK, in proposing the first resolution, said--that, having lately visited the Sale Cemetery, he found it in a moast shameful condition. The fence was broken down in several places, and over a hundred head of cattle were feeding inside. The graves wreo lhterall...
THE JAMIESON [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
THE JAMIESON. ("r tm T?e lr,tts July, ?.) On 'T'uesday, tlhe _41h ult., It public neeting was' iheld at the Goul burn l-o.el. 'or the ulrpose of org:,i.ing a prospecting associatiio, tand of collecting i'unds in aid thereof. The attendance was pretty uumtert'os. Mr. ltappipo:t wascallel t tlhe chair, antd opened the meeting by remarking that the subject they were now called to discuss had been molloted ont a previous occasion, tbut at the reqluest of nItyt. who w\ereC not then inl atlltelndnl . the present meeting ?lll ibeen cvenedl. 'I'lhey intlst be" aware of the lnecessily which noYw existed fir their at once taking a stop of thist srt, to prtes'trve the welfare ,if their' township. '1 Tie pIopultion which last vert' was located ont the creeks antd rivers immediately inl their vicinity. h:dl beea harrie awtay by thi neew dis erveric s on the Jordan and iBee-Bee. lie b.ulieved, however, that there were na rich. ir even richer, deposits allost within the-ir reach otn stnme of the l...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
TO THE EDITOR OF TIR O[t'P.LAND TIMiIP.. " StI,-ln last week's Guardian the Sale corresporlent of that paper (who, I believe, is only temporarily employed in that capacity) made a most unwarrintalbl attack on e or two members of oarl Sale police. This unnecessary corrc spooldeece, which is believed by many to be private spleen, has been generady and most deservedly read with indignation. I have been a resident in i?ippslmnd for some years, and during that time I have never met. a body of oflicials who have conducted themselves with more credit and propriety than our police. I may tlso mention, in the whole of that period, I do not remember a single serious charge being laid against a membler of that body. I liiow nothing of the case Clark versus Donnelly, bit with regard to Sergeant! MclDonald he is too well known and respected to have his character impugned by ian armnteur p")ny.a.lier. -This aspitant for reporting honors his not confined his free opinions to the police, but has al...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
SIIrPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnaI?v .- Jily C. Keera, sos., 114. tl~; S. Patrick, from Mecl bourne. Turnbull, Ilowden and Co., gents. rurorns -July 6. Keens, from .Melbourne: 13 pkgs. tea, 2 casks ale, I case brualy, 1 pkgo tobacco, and sundry free goods. EXPORTS.-July2. Free Trader, for HIobart Town: 100 head cattle, 100 sheep. July 7. Keera, fdr 3lelboumne: 526 ozs. gold dust, and sunCr; free goods. CLF.eaED Oat-July 2. Free Trader, for Hobart Town. July 7. Keera, for Melbourne. July 9. Lapwing, for Melbourne, ria Corner Inlet. aILtoD.-July 5. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thom, for Hobart Town. July 7. Keera, as., 114, tons, S. Patrick, for 3lelbourne. July 9. Lapwing, 15 tons,'d. Austin, for Melbourne, via Corner Inlet..
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862
LOCAL NEWS. ng r with regret that the Minister he fr J. pD Wood, has mset with Iua c hilst hIuting with the [Melbournlc eli ich may probably rsalt in the lous he one eye. It appears that his horse nee g a fence, threw him, and that a ,or tdad the eyeball. The hon. adml VI ntl??a was not otherwise muel .gel .ha ces of wheat and flour are well maia lii d a general feeling exists that bettei :sl I be obtainable for these article ,ef lud of the presentseason. Adelaide le, has readied £15 in Melbourne. elf o firt oef the adulteurted spirit cases. in the Government have been lately Ioa raid, were tried in Melbourne las an co the retailers were filed in the , 10 b3. :od £3 3I. costs in each case. Die , are called for the subdivisional bol the following blocks of country clt Olppsland.-Oommencing". at point pel boundary of contrast block No. ica ht miles west of nortlteoast angle ofl an ,sid bounded on the west by line at we leatoaame northward to the south .h of block No. 01.31 ngar thc pr...