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ADJOURNED CEMETERY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

ADJOURNED CEMETERY MEETING. On Monday the adjourned meeting of those desirous: of arranging the taffairs coindoted .with'eth Salo, oemotery' took. ,placeain the Cour tsHousH i Capt Caroy) in the char. ' ,%The: C~C hi4rdn then read the proceedinmli f the ormer meeting, The memorial Ito~ His. Excellency, drawn up by the sub-committee, was then read and adopted on the motion of MIr. Rowlinson. Mr.: Parker then proposed a vote of thanks to the sub-committre for having prepared a memorial which seemed so tholroughly to meet the necedsities of thW'case. The proposition was unanimously carried, and after the'usual compliment was accorded to the Chairman, the meeting separated. ,The following is the memorial referred to : f"To His Excelleony Sir Henry B.irkly, ICO.B., Governor of Victoria, &c., &o., &c. " Sale, Gippsland, "July 14, 8062. "May it please Your Eicolleticy,- At a public mseoting duly convened and held at'the nCourt 'louse,o on, the 7th .day .of July inst...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

M11SCELAINEOUS. GAnaitr caAT TIE Axe CitcLK.-An aeffir, occiirre4c ol- Saturday, which, though hbarin'.a seriiu- naspect at first, turned iut most Ildicrously. Rumnr ,iehig rife that this Antipodlean Dick 'ITrpi and his colleagues. finding Nen. Sounth WVales ti, hot fir them, had paid Victiria a visit, anail coinion report lirther etatilg .that they are working th'ir.way. from the Western di.rgiaes downwards in our directioni. Captain D.ula, ceith a vigilanice which does himn credit, liad been Ior solm days out with a mounted patrol of tiur menn s?,rilng thel various approaches to Sandhurot, and on Saturday, afternoon, between the town and the. Axe Creek, the party fell in with a sitout rollicking cabaialero, Well ionntedi "hii, froin a certiain jantitiless aind dasli--to say niotlhing of a manst ihuticeelihy "loud patterli" df lhat--t the excited : imagination of the gllaiit superintendentl, anlswered very, fiirly tio the description of Qhurdiner, or isomne of his gangniinnilc ccoi...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

LOCAL NEWS. We find by lie Melbourne pipers that th, decision in the claim of Buckleyagainmt th Government, arising out of the letting him the lands of Chillington, after 'an adren, verdict in the Supreme Conrt, lhis been at lUst delivered. The results of the Specid Commission's investigation go far to .relien Mr. Buckley from any blame in the'matter but it can neither restore life, nor can it gie position or liberty to the victims of the grom and culpable maladministration of the lai by the Government. If Governments are a amenable to the law as individalsh, then should Mason be at liberty, and some of the olficia, whose blameablo neglect has caused the ruin of one young man and the death of another, be made to fulfil the remainder of Mason's sentence. We copy the following from the Melbourne Economist of the 19th inst.': " The manslaughter in Gippaland arising out of the disputed ownership of a cattle run will be fresh in our readers' reoollectiont. The claim to the run lay betwee...

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THE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

TIHE HISTORY OF GIPPSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. No. III. We liave now spoken of all 'those diggings, which are situated on the north-easteru district of Gippeland, except those on Wombat Creek, a tributary of tho Mitta Mitta, and, we believe distant from Omeo about thirty miles. These diggings were discovered loat sa!munr by some Omoe prospectors who were. gold.seeking on the Snowy Flat, which borders on the heighloring colony of New South Wales. Here as in all other Gippaland gold-fields, the digging is shallowiv and the metal is principally found in the beds of the creeks. We believe that there are about two hundred men at work, and that the averalge earnings is about 1Ss per day. It is expected that next bummer will more fully develop these diggings, and miners say that an extensive gold.fiehl exists.in that 'neighbourhood.. At present the miners suffer much from cold, and the working cannot be carried on with that energy which is necessary to ensure profitable returns.. We must now take ...

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COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

COMMERCIAL. TO THE IKtELBOURNE.STOCK AGENTS AXD OTHEI'S. Sale, May 30, 1862. We have made arrangements with the stock holders of Gippeland, by which we shall be enabled for the future to publish a list of those parties who intend forwarding fat stock to 3Melbourne for sale, with the date of start. ing from their stations, and the number pro. posed to be drafted. All stock-own'era in. tending to forward stock will please to send at least seven days' previous notice to this office. FAT SrocK proposed to be forwarded in July :- . No. July Wim. earson, Eq. .......... 200 24 John.Kiog. Co., The Ridge...... 200 t 26

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

SIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.-July 11.. Keera. as., 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Howden and Co., agents. July 14. Eclipse, 180 tons,.J. Calder, from Hobart Towt. - Passengera-cabin : 3r. 3Jorrisby, Mr. Ware, and one in eteeragi. Johnson and Hood, agents. July 15. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thoem, from Hobart Town.. Turnbull, Howdeu, and Co., gen's. July 16. Glencoo,259 tons, W.Johnson, from Hobart Town. Pisseunger-Captain Lang. Turnbull, Hosnden,and Co., agents. O tnonTs -July 11. Keera. from Melbourne: 3 hhbds and 2 qr. casks brandy, 7 qr. casks and 10 cases whisky, 2 hhds ruin, 24 pkgs. wine, 24 cases geneva, Smases ochnapps, 67 bags sugar, 42 pkga tea, 5 pkgs. coffee, 1 hag rice, 2 cases bitters, 2 plgs. tobacco; 57 pkgs. beer, and sundry free goods. July 14. Eclipse, from fobart Town : 3 cases beer, 1,case boots, 1 bale leather, 1 bag barley, 1000 feet sawn timber. 10J tons hay 1 horse. Helen S. Page, from Hobart Town: 1 water cask. July 15. Fre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

BIRTH. On the 14th inst., at Clyde Bank, Gippsland, the wife of the Hon. Robert Thomson, of a son. Divine Service will be hold in the Presby terian Church Sale, next Sunday,athalf.past 6 o'clock p.m.; also at Stratford at 12 o'clock noon, and at Rosodale at lo'clock n.m.

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UNSEEMLY BEHAVIOUR OF A CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

ITN EE3rELY ItR1A.\YTO R OF A CLIRGOY MAN.---I very much.. regret ,having to mentioln an unpleasant incident which occurred at Trinity Church on Sunday last. The incumbent, the Rev. C Booth, is.in the habit, when any chill renl shufla about, or.do not seem to pay any attention to the sarmion, of pasiiing in his discourse and command ing their removal, fhis was all very well and only resulted in a dozen or two families ceasing to attend the church, but on Sunday last the reverend gentle maei created more disturbance than the children. Fixing his eyes on two "little ones," who were perfectly quiet, and the cause of no annoyance to the congregation, he stopped his sermon and ordered them out. These juvenile rebels, probably not comprehending that this mandate was meant for them, did not obey, upon which the " trustees of this church" were called' upon to put threm out, The trustees, not precisely lilting to be created impromptu beadles,.made no sign, and M.r Booth informed the congrega...

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HEALTH FOR A SHILLING HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. HEADACHES, BILE, LOSS OF APPETITE, AND LOWNESS OF SPIRITS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

1E1ALTIU 1'Ojj7 HOLLEOWLOWy's Z HEADACHES, BILE, LOSS ppp AND LOWNESS OP SPIBIT Those Pills require no lnterru,,,o b?siness or plensure,.they cnt .ill , bowels, strengthen the stomach ,S a 011i. a healthy ntion of the liver, %'he e4 purify the bleod, cleanseo the'I lnh b Qn nerves, and invigorate the whole ll They effect a truly 'wonderful e!' debilitated constitutilon, a. th ge ,iealthyi apetite, correct ii.dlge.stif t1 bile, giddiness, headaches, and p4al'!" " the heart. ,. ( WEAKNESS AND DEDILITy SIn cases of debility, languor, and nees generated by excess of any kind mental. or physical, the effect of thie'e P? in the highest degree brecing, -in11 oed'restorative. They drive froi tho? the morbid iause of disense; t es digestion, regilate all the s'cretionsbi . nervous system, raise:tliho ptitent'e. I, bring bck the frame to its pristine Qcl, vigour., The lncreas te nth e t they secure Icrfetu dige ston to a11 ,di and releaee the v*I fron °tall diet, . a SWORD TO FEMALES; There" ...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

- " E RXCESIOeR" FRIDAY, JULY. 18, 1862. A DEPUTATION from Gippsland, self constituted we believe, waited on the, IIon: the Chief Secretary;' on the 9th inst., with the object of pressing the claims of the district on the attention of the Government. Ushered in by Drs. Iledley and Mackay, it may be presuined that the deputation was very. favorably received, and.consequently that some amount of good mih, be expected to result from the nterview. We will, however, lay the answers: of the Chief Secretary before our readers, who will, we dare say, take them for what they are worth. In reply to Dr. Mackay's appeal to the- Government; shewilg the necessity of opening a road from North Gippsland to the Jordan, and his reference to the memorial already forwarded to'the Governor, "The -Chief Secretaty observed that the memorial referred to had been handed to him by the Governor. He considered'the prayer reasonable and moderate, Pnd the case one 'which the Governlnenti wold It glad to meet, Th...

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

SA?E CEMETERY. TO THE EDIWUR OF TIHE Ot'I'SLAD TIMES. Slt,-l- your publication of theo 1 zth inst.. I perceive my namne inserted na one of the trustees of Sale Cemetery. I beg, therefore, you will give this a place in your next publi catiori in order to correoot tha error, as more than two.yeirs haveo elapsod since I resigneod my trustoeship. It ituy perhaps bo .cunsiderod expedient thalot I ould sttle '?y reasouns for resigning the sold trust. I will, therefore, endeavour briefly to explain theta. I will comlmence by iniforming you that I wnis appointed t trustou Without my consent, but agreed, however, to act at the instance of two of my brother trustees. For more than two years I acted also in the double capecity of Secretary and Treasurer, during which time the cemetery land was securdly fenced-the ground kept in order-aecount nand report of proceedings duly rendored-auid, idleeo; every thing relating to said cemetery. properly msannged. As above stated. I had acted asl Secretar...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

AMtERICA. The. news by the iteamer America, whie arrived at Qteetistowin lasti even in (Mlay 25), has beet looked tir in this couutry with more interest thani any iijitlligrnce expected sinde the settlement if the 'I'rent aflir. lBut althoulz the news brought is highly ihomprtanti the crisis is .till protracted. The great and inevitable battle between \I'Clllanu and Jeffitrsin Davis is still to be fie?lllt. and n~uaghlt.tnpplareiltly for the defence of Richulondl. Th'e statement whiclh we have inticed int a previous column, that the Culfederates had crosmedl the Jamnes liver, sand which led to the. belief that they had resolved tuo tbandon Virgiinia ti this enleliy, is liot referreal to in the intelligetlce just received,. On the cno trary, the CulfelderLates are re'setledl rs cllttilluig iall orderly retreat on the ipeinsllsili eteweenl the Yoirk and J.it1i?. Rivers, and o:1 the right bank of the Chiethaiiny. ,Ml'C.llhitt is saill to le within 22 miles iof Richnimnd, and ontil ibbo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. JORDAN MEMORIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. Woe do net hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. JORDA, MEMORIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. SA more wickedly false and lying statement than is comprised in the Sale correspondence of the'Guardiai of the llth inst. was never penned. Was it not that the object of the writer is so absurdly. trnsparent, I should have had doubtq,as to his sanity. The memo rial, though not by any means expressing the views of the people here in a sufficiently con cise or fore'ble mamner, contains nothing but a tit~- statemnlt? and never for one moment applied in aniy way to the Rhward Fund as being paid, to any. I do fancy the corres pondent's finger .are: a little itchy,-a little advoccy sometimes is paid for. How dare any man, though he had a face of brass and the tongue of a Judas, deny that Porter, Buotine; M'Evoy, "Campbell, Anderson, and others' expended both money and time in opening and clearing tracks, and yet this im pertinent Jack-a-napos...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. MAY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

* EUROPEAN. NEWS. " IAYMJAILS. ' ..Thli mail arrived at the Port Phillipl Headls an Thursday, the 10th ilest at 2.30 aimn, lhaving sailed from King George's Soimld on the 5th. .he brings important news frlo Amnerica. where civil wair still contih.ueA to rage 'with anl intensity aointost unparalleled iniiino,ilern hitiory. We extract from the Home .N'ees tie latest accoints of the adlvace of the Federal ernly anl,.l the calpture, by them, of New Orleans. The English papers represent the dis tress nmotnigsn the Iullatinectlrintc dlistricts as very great, with very little prolspect of being nlleviated fui' thle present, thet stock of rotton is fasit dililiishing andwl prices rapidll n.lvancing. The preselnt stock of Amlerican, allat nml in Liver pool, is conpuilited at 1:S,00i hales; the price of New Orlea'ns middllin is qiutedi at 121d. per Ilb., the stock nfliat and in Liverpool in March, 1801, was 1,G6S,000 bales; price of Imedium inliliy, 7}d. p:ar lb. At IHavre the sticek is sai t...

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

STEKM TO . IT M ELBOURNE. (01 fine eretw ?Steamship KEllERA wlil leave Port Albert every FIIlDAY. horses will be. carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. Freight--Gold,; 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I}d. Gold, for hipmenent. mest be entered at the Cu.toll before 10 o'clock a.it as the day tof ailing. Return T'ickets ........ ....£5 Availitble for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TURNBUII,, 'IIOWVDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All.goods'at consignees' risk when landed. All ttonds discharged, ift' not removed from the wharf beforert o'clock p.m.. ,will be stared at conlligneea' risk and expense. " · STEIMEl 'TO THIl MITCHELL AND TAMBO. JI'IIE steamer EN'TEIR[PRISE, Alfred I .lorrisby Coninanuder, will leave the La 'Trobe IBridge' every Tuesday morning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the above. FARES: Cabin Passengers ............£1 10 0 Steerage ....................... 1 1 0 (Includinq .rf rershments.) FREIGHT ; To llairnsdale, per ton,......£1 10 .0....

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

3ORtDAN DIGGINGS. J SEWEL, Auctioneer, has con S. stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE Iu1RSES, cheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale.- 20 je e ;WEDNESDAY, 23rd JULY. Store rigs. SItR. SEW LL will sell, by auction, at his Yards, Foster Street, Sale, on Wledlesdav next, the 23rd inst., 35 stor6 pigsin excellent condition. No reserve. FOR SALE. rnIIE Right and Title of the 1 RAYMOND ISLAND RUN, situated in Lake King, nuot more than Eighty Yards from the Main Land, and about Forty Miles from Sale,-consist ipg'of Five to Six ''hous.and Acres of country admirably: adapted for Sheep. - Reasonable Terms. 'Also iOne to'rTwo Hundred Yearling I- er- andi lleifers, .0s: "d. per htad. Applyr inmodiately to - J} . W. SIMMONS. SSan Rcachl, or by Post, Ilairnsdale. 18 25jy. FOR SALE, SRLIE well-known favourite Blood 1 Horse "° Lucifer." " Lucifer" is a bright bay, blk. pts., stands 15} hands high, is the winner of 23 races-the New :'own Trial Stakes and the Longford Pub...

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MEETING AT STRATFORD [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 18 July 1862

MEETING AT STRATFORD On Wednesday, the 16th inst., a meeting was held at the Court House, Stratford, for the purpose of petitioning Government to lay out a sum of money on the Main Central Road between Sale and Stratford adequate to clear and make good the road through Nuntine Forest. The meeting was called by requisition   to the Police Magistrate, and that gentleman, on the motion of Mr. Lloyd, took the chair. Mr. W. Craig then proposed the first reso- lution,—" That the Sale and Stratford road, being portion of the Government line known as the Main Central Road, extending for upwards of sixty miles, and the only means of communication between Sale, Stratford, and other inland towns, is rendered comparatively useless in consequence of the condition of about three miles thereof in Nuntine Forest, and that as this portion of the road would be sufficiently improved for all purposes of traffic by draining and clearing off the timber, this meeting consider they have a just...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

TO THE EDITOR OF TEZ OIPPSLAUD TIMMi. S i,-- aving been l a member of a [Mchanics' Inlstiitte *at lione for years, aind livilg been benefited thereby, I have with nuch interest ,watched the prioress of the Institute established here since its cniiinml celeenlt, and I do assure voil I have been not a little surprised at the folly d splayed by some of the mnen who at linea' took uponi theimslves the diuties of'Imanageinient Sulihslquently, whenl the Illstitlte began to na-umne a longible form in the shalpe of a buildig, and more par ricularlY when I observed your very sensi. ile omid mnuch i tlIh lpoint article in a late issue 'of h/'e Times, settin'g forth " who are the men for whom AlMechaies' : Insti tutes werr ilterde'd," for whiclh I tender i?u umy siicere thanks, I then bergat toi hope that the In.sitltte wiis at last begin ning to as,ýin- its ovwn dignitv. FioIllv, leii g apprised hy your jiuroial that Ln'l Instit6te was s.- 'tn lie opeiied, and that Mr Daivu-ito and other gent...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

TO THE EDITOR OF TIIH OIPPSLAND TIMES. Sui,-lt. that " Goold old Times," whenl the " rug " was filled with eccen trio .effu-ions . ourn tlhe ".Jluseu of Fancy," the productiollt of M.r: J. D. Leieson excited quite itf'arore.amongst at eIertaii cla?s of society at Sale who are fonder o' iitndling their neighbouir's' business thati their., own, aind by even the more sedate they wve'ur lookettl upoll as micre liahrutleJs :pieces ofpl'uffery, writtien to crie:te notoriety, anll, taking the advantage.s of' corireslolioliddt, to atltertise ecbtaply... Mir "J. D.: Leeson is tot, Sir, one of these gentlenmei whlio wFite uInder HetituOus nihuIs aull dlIsire to hide .their unti'tus liviu .td iplictie kenI. No, Sir, hii steps boldly forward andt rtashes into tism breach, dete)m'uiiied, by the weighlt of his I.auiI nlld uosition, to , crusth all abuses, ' and to stand ihnenctilate as a retlruler of idl evil doings. Mr..1. ID. Leeson, it appears, Iaid not vt r fogotten his love of litera ture, a...

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COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

COMMERCIAL. TO TIIE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHEIS.' Sale:. May 0, 1862. We have made nrringemensts with the stock lolders of Gippsland. by which eo shall be enabled for thet'ftuioe to publishalist of those l?arties who inteIdd forwarding fat stock to Melbmurne for sale, with the date of start. ing from their stations, and the tmnber p3ro.d posed to be drafted. All stouk-.wners in tending to forward stuck will pleaso to send at least-seven diys' previons natico to this offlce, .FT rSTocK proposed to boe fiv?irded is July :- " o -No. July Wmn. Pearson, E q.,,.... ....... 200 31 It T: Firobrace, Esq., Heyfield... 200' ~31 '

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