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COMMERCIAL TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

CO3IMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May S30 1862. We have made arrangements with the stock holders of Gippsland. by which we shall be enabled for the future to publish a list of those parties who intend forwarding fat stock to Melbourne 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 aotice'to this office. FAT Siocr proposed to be forwarded in July :- . No. July Clyde Bank...'... .........;;...... 200 10 John King & Co., The Ridge...... 200 12

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE PROPOSED OPENING OF THE SALE MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

TIIF PROPOSED OPENING OF THE SALE MECHANICS' IN STITUTE. Tule ereection for the Sale Mecllhanics' listitution is now rapidly apprlchingl towards that period when it will lie delivered out of tile hInds ifthe Ibihlers into thlose of tile comlitctee, whenl the .entlem n composing that selcction from the subscribers will have to -undertake tile respllsibility of clering fior the public with the putblic money, and when it will be necessary for them to sink all the petty differences, which may have existed prior to the cmpletionl of tle buildin:, into a general desire to pro mote the original objects of the foundlers, and to carry out the intentions of those pitillathropitts whto first gave these institutions th?e name of " Mechanics'." It has unfortunately been tile flct w1hat promoters of Mechanics' Institutions Inhave, ill mst instances, in this colony, overlookedl tile primary ol-jects of that ought to hie great "co-operative adlit cidientinnal establislhments." Thie origin of these ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

THE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD*FIELDS. No. II. In our last number we had occasion to refer to the utter ignomation of all our mining interests in Gippaland by the Govern ment; nevertheless, we at one time received an assistance from them forwhich we have no reason to tender them any tribute of gratitude. At the commencement of thie year, 1860, thie Snowy lliver g,,ld-fields offered considerable inducements to our miners, aind the threatened exodus from Victoria gave rise to a movement amongst those interested in the centrnlisation of trade, which had some influence in further developing the nuriferous country which lay nmidst the cisalpine mouintailn to the south of the great dividing range. A prospecting Board, under tho.auspices of the Government, was immediately formed, and to' Gippsland, then a terra incognita to them, it was proposed to send well equipped parties under expe rienced leaders to seek for the precious metal. The object of this association was, we believe to attract ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. Jericho, July 2, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. (ruOM OURn OWs cOREsrPONDENT.) 11 Joricho, July 2, 1l52. Having crossed the Aberfoldy, our track P lay up a very steep range, about two miles in n height, over the crown of which we proceeded, enr route for the first point on the Jordan, which o has been named Violet Town. I was ac companied by Doln and l-Portugueso Joe (.Er. I'eEvoy's mates), the latter being a very experienced and intelligent bushman. The scenery was grand in the extreme-range after range towering over each other on the right, until the great dividing chain ovortopped them all. The snow was so general as to make one feel acntually cold to look' at it, and when Joe told me that over that range was Mr: Porter's ' track, I mentally resolved that Mr. Porter would never find me on it. ' On our left the feature of tihe scene was Mount flw Bnw, alnd more beautiful sight it was never my good fortunu to witness. It was about midlday, ancd the oesun's rcs fell full upone tihe behller portions of the gia...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

" EXCCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1862. IT is now some months since a public meeting was held at Sale for the purpose of rewarding the first party who would, withii six months, find and clear.a track to the Jordan gold fields. This fund still stands un awarded, not one of the claimants having been able to perform the latter portion of the obligation with in the time specified. A committee, chosen by ballot from the subscribers, have now, however, to decide on tile claims, and to those gentlemen we may fearlessly leave the duty which they have undertaken to perform. believing firmly that it will be done with strict impartiality, and only afcer a due consideration of the merits of the several claimants. It would not become us to interfere with the duties of those who have 1been appointed to decide on the claims, nor are we at all anxious to pre.jludge the several rights to be rewvarded, but we are desirous of showilng that all and each of the three tracks discovered must prove highly be...

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JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, May 13, 1862. POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, May 13, 1862. POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALEI. Mails arrivo at this office from On Hour. Melbourne ...... Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandloong ...... . . . Trramlgon .... W~stbury .... Sale .............. Tues. ,, . 3 pen. Stratford......... Ilairnadalo ...... Olneo............. - Port Albert...... 3 m Alberton ......... Tarravillo ...... Yarrnua Yarram - Mails clo.e at this office for On Hour 1)01. Melbourno ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 L)iadenong ...... ,, Traralgo ..n ...... Salo ............. Wed. , p.m Stratford ......... . - ]airnsdilo ...... - Omeno ............. Port Albort...... , Albrton ......... .. 'Tarravuille....... Yarram Yarram ,~ - , N.B.-No stamps sold or letters delivered or registorod on Sundays. IIENItY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 9th April, 1892.

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARATURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

TADBLI OF TUC ARRIVAL AND DEPAATURFE OF ISLAND MAILS, 1802. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mail arrive at On Hor hieOlfico from nflo Melbourne ... Mon. Thur. & Sat. 9 a. m Rosedale ...... 'Irarlgon..... Westbury..... Ruesell'sCreek iandenong ... p.m. Alberton ...... Tueslays & Thursdays 3 30 Tarraville...... Port Albert ... YarramYarram Stratford ..... Mondays & Thursdays 6 p.m. Bairnsdalo..... Bruthen ..... ,, Omneo............ kF'ilh clos at On Hour this Oco fo On Iour a m. Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat 8 p.m. Rosedale ..... . ,, Traralgon. ...... ,, ,, I Westbury . | Russell'sCrek ,, , ,, Dandonong ... , ,, ,, Alborton ...... Tuedoays & Thursdays 7.30 Tarravilleo..... Port Albert ... Y wramYarram Stratford ..... Mondays& Thursdays Bairnedalo.... Bruthon ...... Oneo .........

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

BIRTH. At Raymond Street, Sale, on July 4, the wife of Mr. John Sewell, of a daughter. Divine Service will be held in the Presby terlan Church Sale, next Sunday, at, 12 o'cluc:, noon and hlf-past 6 o'clock p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

EDUCATION AND BOARD, T HIE TEACIER nat STRATFORD S begs to inform Parents a~id Guardians that he is prepared to re ceive a few youths as Boardersd Good pry'greLd guarauteed, and terms ruasn-u able. 6je o VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE, JU?E, 1862. 'TE respectfully beg to announce the Arrival of our V' inter Stock, Complete, and that we are now well assorted in all branches in the AND SHIOR1E 3ERPA:RT-M'EN{T . Having succeeded, through our own Direct Importation, to secure G;ods combining DURA BILTPY with the L.test Styles and FASHIONS, we trust, by offering the same to our Customers at prices nt exceeding those charged by any Melbourne house, to merit a ceutinuance of their patronage. Om c ýBlanielt, 3rmtig k, Lt. BEAR'S HORSE MARKET. FREDERICK REED, Proprietor. ANDREW ?AIGARTHUR, Salesman. T11lIE above old-cstablished and cen Stral :ale Yards and Stabling, at the corner of Queen and liourke streets were opened for business under the above management on Monday, bth Mlay. Daily Sales are held ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. A correspondent at Sandhurst wishes to have the attention of owners of cattle directed to a mode proMpoed by hiu of enabling them to receive somethlig like the trite value of such animals as it imay necessary for the future to have boiled down. According ti the gener.llv received estimate, a Ieast of seven ha!.- " dredweight will only give a net return ,f about -2 for the tallow and hitle, a.t-er deducting boiling-'doxwin expense_, cost o 1: carriage, &c., ait allowing nothing fr the meat; but this, without the bones and fat, would in a small animal weigh about 01b., and from it 30lb. of concentrated I essence might be extracted, worth at the lowest estimalte 4s. pr lb. The cost of the process of extracting this essence is set down at 1is., so that the addition of £5 4. for the meat alone, would bring 1 the clear return from such an animal up to £7 4s a minimum price that would be most satisfactory to cattle owners, if they could only be certaiu of getting it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

TEAM r O ;IM ELBURN E . fEline arrow Stea ueluipb KEERA. will "ieave:'Posit Albrt'' eviery orsesC ill be carried to or from Port Albert at S30s, each. eight-(Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I-d. Gold, for shipment, mnst be entered the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. the day of sailing. Return Tickets .... .......£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply ,to INBIULI, HIOWDEN, & CO., hsrf-street, PortAlberL. All goods at consignee's' risk when ded. All goods discharged, if not moved from the wharf before 4 o'eclocek n., will be stored at consigneqs' risk d expense. a TEASER TO TlLE MITCHELL AND TA1BO.. LIE steamer EN'I'ERIPRISE, Alfred Morrisby Commander, will leave La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday ruing, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the ye. FARES: bin Passengers ...........£1 10 0 eerago ......................... . 1 0 (Including refreshments.) FREIGHT : Bairnsdale, per.ton,.:.,..£1 10 0 Brutlhen(icludingeartago roem Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 0 reels...........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

JORDAN DIGGINGB. T SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con. . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE IIORSES, cheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. 20je e MONDAY, 14th JULY. Sale, by Auction. T SEWE L has received instructions t) from Mr. Hewitt, to Sell by Public Auction, on the premises lately oceu pid by Mr. Beard, on Monday, I4th July next, at Eleven o'clock, Whole and qr. chests of tea, coffee in 1-lb tins, fine salt, sardines, halt and qr. bottles vinegar, rice, bis cuits currants, plums, wax vestas. ginger, allspice; pick-axes, long and short hadled shovels, slucing forks, coffee mill, looking glasses. lamps, gunpowder, corn sacks, French bedsteads, cut; concertina, m __ us icstool. dinner bell, and_ a. large assortment of brassware. Also, twieed and bedford cord trowsers, summer suits, Crimean shirts, carpets, blankets, conter panes; feathez bed and bolster, n;ir mattrass, and beddinlg; diggers' knee boots; 40 volunes of books, white and gold tea and coffee se...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Reports for the Gippsland Stockowners.) Melbourne Stock Report, 2nd July, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 11 July 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Reports for the Gippsland Sockoewners.) 3felboirne Stock Report, 2nd July, 1802. W. E. and A. S. King report a bare market of stock. Owing to the heavy supplies for the fortnight, prices did not, advance as much as we expected. Very few cattle are on the way from the North, and we look confidently for better ratoes for some weeks to come. We would again remind our constituents not to exceed 600 or 700 head per week, but to keep up to that number. On Monday, the 30th June, we sold 53 bul. locks from the Ridge; very prime, at £S ISs 7d, and 45 do., from. !Ioley Piains, heary, but fair quality, at £S Os. Sd. " Tuesday, 1st inst., being Separation Day and a holiday, few cattle were shown. 130 bullocks from Fulham brought £7 73. Gd. Melbourne, July 3, 1822. Meesrs. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. report : Fat C.tttlo.-A moderate supply, amounting to 952 head, has comne forward ; the proportion of good to primne qudities was again very small, in the abseuce of which,...

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EARLEY AND LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

EAnt?r AND LAtrs.-When men of ;enius are to die young, they complete their master-pieces at once. M. zirt rendered up Ihis divine soul at 39; Raphael painted the " School of Athens" at. 25, and the " Trinsfi.uratihn " at 37 ;. Paul.Potier his" Bull " nt 22 i R"asii composed, the " Barber of Seville" whlei he was 23. " William Tell" at 87; and alterwards wrote no mlore. . Great artists, on, the other hanl, who are desti~c d to have loig lives, are slow in production; or rather they' produce their best things in the' decline of life. Handel composed his greatest' works thie "Funeral Anthem," " lerael," the "M essiai." " Sanmson," the " D)ettingell To Deanm," and "Judas laecesheus" after he was fifty-two years of age. Glek "had not conmpsed out' of lhisa immortal opereas when hle ia 50. IIavdn. wits an old man of 6(5 whli'n he- prirllhucd' the " Creitiot." lMurillo Uenni Mu Jl rillo only at 40 yearsa oI hge.. Po1lasin was 70 years if age whuenlie pahitid theth " Deluge," the most ,-poi...

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IN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

IN HOSPITAL. Ile was alone in the world. None pr,ono,iced his name. Few even s aeemed conscious that he was there. lie was simply known as " No. 23," and the two figures which alone designated his identity were painted in white on a black board, and hung upon a nail over the head of his bedl: two.nunterals which had so often served, anl wdre destined to serve so often again. merely to distinguish one suiff..rer from another. Alas ! where were all thos. over whose htads that little panel ha:d sIeeossively Ihunt ? I moiked at, it anl at hia. WVltat a wieck he was. I had known him in all the vi.oeur of youth and h:.lth. A spirited cavalry soldier, he was once the life and soll| of our marches ; fierce and couraetous inaitlon, ho wtas always full of gni.y atnd good humour. I loved him t vwell, for he had on many occasions proved his attachment, form ed under circumstances of great ettergelcy. And low !-I -tood at the foot of his bed; his vacant eve rested on my thee, and yet heo knew me...

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EXPLANATION. [The following letter was excluded from our last week's issue through press of matter.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

EXPLANATION. [The folowing letter was excluded from our last week's issue through press of matter.] TO TIE EDITOR OF. THE OIPPSLAND TItES. Sin,-Having declined to give any explanation to the committee of the Sale Mechanics' Institution as to my conduct in taking my seat at their Council Board on a late occasion, I shall now, withl your permission, state the following facts ft.r tie information of tile public in general and the memonbers of the Institution in par ticular. Prior to the annual meeting in JTanuary last I stated to several members that it wees not my intention to take any r'art''it the proceedings of the, lnsititioni for the current year. At the annual meeting I was elected as a member of committee without my knowledge or consent. I took the eatliesr opportunity of informing the hoen. secretary that I wouldnot act. The secretary requesied a written resignation, I declined to give any other than a verbal one under the circunstances. 'A special general meeting was called t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

TO TCE E)DITO OF ril. i'PP1Jsl,.LD TIMiS. Sin,-Allow me, through the medium of your valuable paper, to reply to a letter I saw in the issue of 4th July, viz., some grumbling storekeeper, or whatever he may be, speaking about the publicas on the Gipps land Road. He asserts to having sent a man and horse-both in low condition-on a very bad road, viz., from Russell's Creek to Mel bourne, with barely sufficient money to take him to the end of his journey, or, as he hiim self states, with bare remuneration for his service, he-the aforesaid grumnbler--ask where are our consciences, if we have any ? I wonder where .was his conscidncql then, or if he over had any, to send a poor man and still poorer horse on such a journey I . I wonder that he was not shamned to make such aboast, -but I have heard of some people who have neither, shame nor conscience, and I daresay he is one of them. It is some where about two months ago a man came to my place ; he was leading a skeleton of a horse. He in q...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

i TO ThIe EDITOR OF rite GIPPsi.A5D TIMES. A St,--Many thanks for your remarkl . on the openiin of the 1.ech,:mies' institute; , and .ilso. allow me to present you with a revised e.dition of the parngraph that ap peared last week in your "local" cluIn.. I t may he the means of at least doing so.ne " On Thursday, 7th -\ngnst, a ierr in " teresrig reunion will take place in il, great room of ther Sale Mechanics' I' Istintot. 'lThe sh-conmmittee, upon " whom dvo!cves the charge of carrying " out the arrangemneits. have not Vet " fully mnattred all their plans." One ,f our subs. Iha been ildefatigahly egngaged dring the pa.ti week at hli pleasing task of pumping; the result of which has iihdred us liot to commit our si lves by publishin~g any defitite course of i actiin. " But the fIllowing will lie the general " features of the entertainment :-'lena ' and coffiee will he s',rveld In each visitor fi o entering, and the delicacies of tlh " tea-table will renain en permanence.', In order ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. (Special Report for the Gippsland Stockowners.) Melbourne, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

3MELBOURNE MIA.RIKETS. (Special Report for the Gippaland Stockoutners.) M 3Ielbourne, July 8. "fessrs. I)almaboy Campbell and Co. report : Fat Cattle--The market opened on Monday with a very moderate show of cattle and with every appearance of a small supply for the renmaiondr of the week. In consequence of the small number offered last week, a Large number of buyers' were in want of stock, the attendance was therefore'large and biddings spirited, and an advance of fully 20a. per head was obtained. Prime pens, bullocks, brought from £8 to £10 5s, do. cows, from £6 to £7 10s; second quality bullocks, from £5 10s to £7 10s, do. cows, from £4 to £4'15s ; infe rior, at a alight advance on late rates. We have sold 212 head from Gippoland (Firebrace's) all bullocks, at from £5 5s to £8 S5, averaging £7 all round. Fat Sheep: A full supply was bffered'on Molidaybiuitcoiog to tlelarge attend ance a brisk trade was done at about late rates, good wethers being readily sold at from 18s to 18s O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE, JUNE, 1862. W TE respectfully bog- to nnnounce tie. Arrival of our ' Winter Stock, Complete, and that rwe are now well assorted in all branches in tlie' BRAPeRY, CLOEraN AND Beeof - HIaving succeeded, thronah our own Direct Importation, to secure CGoitds combining I)UI A ilIAlTY with the Laitest Styles and FA.S IiONS, we trust, by oflering the snmie to our Customners at prices not exceeding those clihared by any Melbourne Hlou.e, to nierit a centinuauco of their patronage. Watchmakers. ewellbrs. C. REESE &C:CO SALE. E. Tobacconists. Statloners. W ANTED a.GOOD FARMING t " MAN. None need apply' but those who thoroughly unldii6rtaild the Farminigl Business. 'Apply office of this ipt.pr. 4j'ARIM TO LET. RTENDERS will be received up to the J. 21st July, for the IEASE of 108 Acres rich Agricliltural *Land;'.about Four miles from Sale.: , Fuirtlher'pr ticulars, apply to Jl'AME DAVEY ,4ND Co., Gippslaud Mart. 11 25 jy Farm for Sale or to Let. 1 r\{ ACRES of RIC...

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