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POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

POSTAL CO0MMUNICATION WITH THE JORDAN. A inneting weis" held at the 'Colirt-hnure at Sle on. Mond ly last, eonvo?ed by the Chief. Magistrateo on raqtni?tion from n number of residents of this portion of the diastrict; f.or the purpose of petitioning the Government for the establishamet of poistl comnmltnictition between Sale :nd' the Jordan. ,The meeting we a'well attended byrfHflieopriseipnllyj cut nedted with the oteresto of the dastrsot -in . the maoeti|g reqonated them to choose a it. r, Ross having been called tq the Choei, Mr. J D. LEstox, Poutrna ter, read at 16ttet from the Secretary of the Gener.d Post 011"oe.' which heI thought naight. obviato thie;necessity of the object of the meeting. The letter was hlitang for information as tot the nearest route, disltinco, anzl probable expelnse, of the proposed mail. Mr. MaoKazE banid that the letter evidently sholed the intentiuonof the ptosi ta lluorities to establish a mail, but that at it would be much better to have a metorial ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

" IMELBOURNE MARKKETS. FLouR, GRAIN,-&e. Mr. William Lawratice reports :-The con. tinuous wet weather much obstructs businees, while it has put a stop to agricultural opera. tiosn for some time past. Should it contiiue,. it will disarrangbe thl usual ceo;rse of field labor, aind probably limit tlio sowing of cerenles and eventuate in a lateuharrest. The nadvices hy the English .ay imUil ard.:ofa [mixed character as retardas weather, cr~psiaund plices.. Tb h MirL Lane £L.aipres of the'1D1th alyhtbliis8 remarks:" Thu .?ost 'welknpiifisl ,rosl d ay heavy er ram, the weather lbscese ore genial. A check his -tlhus beels given to th.': ciop. andl the preolect of a very early harvest is diminished; but there remaius ni general forwarldness in' thea earliest sown linces 'of whent sad other corn." While that of the 20th May adds--"The weather of the past week lhas imoslily hbeen ra w adiid cold;' ith' some 'sharp :shoera ; but. the . diniaiihed temperature may beneficially keep baick...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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EXPLORATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

EXPLORATI3N FUND. A public'meetitn wit. held a the ioRnyal Exelhna e on Monday eveiogi last for the p!!' pose of ho'nri:lg the dacino!ni of thae ommnittee appointed by tbe subsoribioa to the Jordanu Exploration Fund as to the division of the proceeds. Mr. Darver was voted to the Chair. Mr: t. Toprpro, as co-vener, aldriessCdi the nmeting, lh o id. tlht, lifter due consideration andul mncl trouble, they had comrns to the con. clitpion; that' not one of. the foir claimints hInl, in point of timue, comeo within: the.origi nal resoltiio of six owee.s, aid that the comn mittc? believed that all. the p tties deserved to be ove rally: rewardied, aild' thaint ny of tlern had e:irnod an ounoont of nlore thal doiable tho iwhole aunbcriptiona. He, there fr, , came forward It p the piat if the com mittee:to resitn the tliat laced ill them, anii ,would calt ill eMr.i Rus td explainlr nre fully their' eoomniendationv' as to the distribution of the fuid.: SM3r. ioss then said that all the tracks I...

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OUR MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

OUR MUNICIPALITY Otit '?uillecipality scheein, '.w'his ht.i to hnave daino so much= good to tlht township, n "tlhe 'way of? converting ca:lstl inlto :.trets, hai ve hee, brought. to an etnd b' rns'nifair dihonep-t repre ellntations ts er w'rlie made out of the mouth of men. We are charged with either f arging or else mnanlichturing a number of Inames to the petition Geait to the Executive for the purpose .f forming- a Town- Council Ilere.* We deny mot lio.ositively thia nacet itiOai, and we assert tha:t the initiators of tiIh Scheme are so thoroughly beyond such a supposition, that the thing is nut only impossible but most absurdly ridiculous. "'Tis now true enough that a counter petition 'was got up, but whence it originated, who were the movers;' how many signatures it con tained, and what were the grounds of opositioi, re items of '-ich [itlr thei majority of tlh itnhabitants com prisiligl the wealth ??d intelligetlce of "Sale, ior anv'. buit th? .few narrow minded individuals ??...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND [?]LAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

TA.LLS OF TEII ARIIVAL. AND D)'P*T RILEOF ISAISU ? ~IW. 1sO(i. PO T OlFICIj, SALE.O Mails lrri at i ra hiOdlice fro" On 1 Melbonrite ... Mon. Thur. & Sat. a.nf Ronedule ...... ,, l'nrnilgoin...... ,, ,, " H exthlry .... ,,,, , , lIus ell.? ck ,, ,, nr ,, baudenng ... ,, ,, ,, I.m. Albertan ...... Tuesdays & Thursdaye 3 30 Ttrruville ...... , Port Albert .. , " ' YarrtuaYmtraI-n Stratlfrd ..... Mondays & Thursdays 6 p.m. 3lidrnsdale..... " Brutheu .,.... I . Omeo........... iMile clnse at On ]our this Office furour a m. 1 Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat pn:1. Il..edle ...... . I ,, -, - .n s , Trsngoln ...... , Wetbury... , Rlus-ell's Cree ,,,,,, Dandenong ... U, ., Alberton .. Tuesdays & Thursdays 7 90 Tarraville...... N Stratntfoitrl ..i: tondaye & Thurasd ",, Bairusdale. ..` Brnthe e... .. ~ . ~ Omeu ....... I ,, i JOHN D. I.ErKSON, P'ostmaster. Post.Oflico, Sale, May 13, 1862.

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSiiDALE.. MaIils arrive at ' this'ofco from On flour Melbourne ..... Wed Fri. Sun. 7 r.r.. Dlandenong... , ;, i Trmrlgon"..;.;. ,, : " Westbury ...... ,, Se ......... Tues. ,, , 3 p.m. Stratford ......... . Iaii'nsdale ... , - ,, Oiieo ............ ,, - Port Albert...... - , 3 p.m. Alberton ... .....- , Tarrnvillo ... Yr.rrom Yarrao - Maits clo'e at this omce for On II our Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2. Dandeuong ....... ,~ b , T'rurganl ..... , ,I Westbury ...... Sle ............ wed . p.m S?ratfordl......... - Dairnsdlo ...... - Omeo ..... .- s I, Port Albert..;..: Alberten ....... Trrn ville .. , ,, Yarnn Yorram N.i.--No stnmps sold or l]tters 'delivorod' .ri regilotued IIo .londas. HENIRY LUKE, Postmaster. fIcs~ele, Dth April, 1802.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

BIRTH.   At Bairnsdale, on the 13th inst., Mrs. A. W.   MacLeod, of a son.   Divine Service will be held in the Presby-   terian Church, Sale, next Sunday, at 12 o'clock   noon, and half-past 6 o'clock p.m.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

VIC TORIA' 'HOUSE, SALE; Jntu , 1862, E respectfully leg to nnnounce the Arrival of- our V Vinter Stock, Complete, and that we are now well nssorted in all branches tinthe Having succeeded, through our own Direct Importation, .to secure Gonds combining DUltA BII'TY with the Latet .Styles and FASHIION`, we trust, by ofelring the same to our Customers at prices not eiceeding thoso .charged by any Melboarone louse, to merit a ceutiuuauco of their patronage. D1m c 1 tn`ij rtr i ` :Z3 i f Watchmakers; ewelers aC. R.EESE & CO., , Tobacconists. . itationers. OPENING OF. THEi.SALMECHANiCS', INSTITUTE. Sf'IE Committee have much pleasuire I in announcing that, they. will OPEN the NEW IUILODIŽNG with at On Wedn:sday, August 6; 1862. A nuinber of Cilriosities, 'Objeets of Art and Scienee, Pictures, &u.. &i., hale been kindly promised,. And, During the Evening, Several Musical Selectionls will beogiven by ", Fl gentlemen Aiiateurs. The Chair to ble taken at 6.30 p.m.' ' W...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS.   CHINESE BENEVOLENCE.- The China- man who has been so many months in the hospital, suffering from dislocation or fracture of the spine, is now about being sent to China, the funds for the   purpose being raised entirely by Chinese. The injury has left him a helpless   paralytic, and is one the partial care of   which reflects credit upon the medical officer of the hospital.- Ovens Adver. tiser, July 15. MAKING A STAND.- Yesterday morn ing all the hotelkeepers in the town obliterated the word " hotel" from the fronts of their buildings by means either of paint or calico covering. This circum stance having excited our curiosity we   proceeded to probe the mystery, and ascertained that the hotelkeepers of this   district have deterimined to a man not to take out the retail license this year. It appears they are disgusted at the   incapability of the authorities to put down "sly gr...

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

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. DEAR SIR,- I trust I need not ask you to give publicity to the following   facts, as I feel confident that after a   perusal you will be but too happy to do so. About three weeks ago a young man came up to Bull Town from Jungle Creek, sick-he was a stranger among the diggers on the River, but   God sent him a friend in his time of   need. A lady in Bull Town took him in and tended to him as if he had been her own flesh and blood up to last Thursday night, when the poor fellow expired in her arms. About half-an- hour before he died, he said to this lady (calling her by name)- ",Oh ! do not leave me !". which were the last in- telligible words he spoke. But, in my opinion, they expressed volumes in proving how kindly he felt her unre- mitting attention towards him. For   three days previous to his death she scarcely left his bed side, and adminis- tered every comfort possible to be h...

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

TO TRe rEOITO OF T 'GIIrPSPatLSD TInES. SIh.--In your; last week's issue ap penrerl two eflitions. hearing the same sirnature, one of which wa.? herded I?xpltlanaition," and the other a running commenton a comnlmnicated p:u'agraph which appeared ini a former issure of arour paper relative to thile openinit of the Sale Mlechanlics' Institute. Now, Sir, I am astonished anid really sorry that such effusions shouldu ever find their way into public print, and that any mnot shouhl ie so-ftolish as to write .what lhe :calls an " Ex:lanation," every word of which Roes to prove that he has hbeen guilty df i'.nost dishonoutr able action. I nthat letter lie publish's tsithe world wh'?itwait previoughi known onl-tno.the committee.of the. Ian-titnte, a breach: of' trrust th?t anl m in who was not altogether lore t' the nobler feelin zs of our nature oulnb , be ashamed of. lre was bounld in Ihonour and hutsy, to say notlling of common seinse, rather to have, adxiously tried .to keep whl:it was st...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

* CORRESPONDENCE. VWe,do not hold ourselrca re.sponsible for the opliuilam of ur currepoudlolits. TO TIlE EDITOn OF Toe GII'PPLAND TIllES. Silt, -. ight I inquire what his be come of thlle ym lici|lalil Ifnovemelit ? Is it to lie nullIlbrrld i77 ig tile manlly wll ierillnt ilt abortive srclincies which n lew well-nmeilingl persons tried in ldo for tile *.Idvlleolelleit of North Gippllolad ? for I consider tiit nay progr.ieive Pate) wIlicl S.ilh. ns:tlile Cilitrl of Gippslani l (Ilth Stlill anill Norlh), Inay nilliae, is to the credliti awl holir of itfl wh.le district. But, Mr. Ediior, I have heard. that a sall cliqlte ave ber n tt wyork in \iel hI)lourile lo "ulldo illait tile Illjllrilv lave tried here' to effrrt ; that by fronduulent rplresentationls they 1 ' 1,17lVe il it appllear Imt halli the lumbiler of iaiis allixed [o lIt tIellloriil Werte either forgcirae or. .Inies (lh'qailllili (I tIroIutlh not halivilr gi.. iL'crssilry .lJtlloIi cnltiljn. °This is a grPJs, li1isstaltlei...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

"EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1862. .TiE labors. of, the :committee ap poii'ttd for the settlomient of the Jordfln 'reward fund have now drawn .to a close, and, curious enough,. their' resignation was the only. result- of their ,lengthened inquiries. This may seem a strange ending to: a lengthened investigation ofi:claimss for a reward, but we. feel well as sured that itr was dictated by pru denc, ind on a due considera tion of wlhat was really the duties they Ihd to perform. The 'reward fund was initiated for thbo'purpose of rewarding any pirty who cut. and opened the first and best track.rto, the Jordan w'itlhin six weeks from the commencement of the '"subsci'iptioin fund ; on these giounids~ivee 'pecopleoa?aked. to sul; scrib, anil' any deviation fromn the first principle laid down-i!,,origina. ting thoe ,fund would be a breach of faith with the subsribers. The truth is, that not one of the claimants were ivithlii the prescribed period,, and ci)asequently,, no l]egitimate claim c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

STEAM T MELB OURNE. m1lE line screiv Steamship :KEElHA. S. wlil leae 'Polt' Albert every FRIDA.Y. °, uraies will L carried to or from. Port S.. lbel at, 'lOs, each.: : ; Freight--, tIold, 2d. per::ounce: Par ..celaover 203 ounces,. : I .Gold, for: hiltnient, tum.st .beentererl. at the Cutonas be tire U0 o clock an!. , o the .day o. iliing. .' Return fIickets ....;. ......i . Availabl r.l lt.ar14 ?. i. For freiglit ir;, pnanca'e uapply to TU ltNBU tI;l, 110 tIN;". O., Whnrl-atreet, PortALlbr.i· S All goodrls nticoiiigneea'-r isk wlieui i laded.., All. gogds discharged, if iti iremoed from thie wluharf before 4 o 'ick. p.m,, will be otored utt lotnignieie risk Said expense. . .a SSTEAMER" TO "THL M WITCELL Tl1stnE ememE't'Elil'RISE, Alfred l Morrialy" Coaiimulderr; "wil leave the lIa Trobe Pridge every Tal'esday morniag, at 7 o'clock, sharp, .tr 'the above. FARES: Cabin 'Pasengers ...r.......£ . 10 0O Steerage. ... 1 L 0 (funclued ingqr reresonle, l).l FntFIGIit':" . ; jc. To Blairncd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

JODRDA1N .IGGIIGW . _SEWELfL, Attrtionetr, his clrs : J. staitly on Sale. by Privante Con trnnt, PACK and SADDLD IlirltSES cheap. Sr "b; Apply at the OfHie; cF ter strt Sale. 2(,ju c MONDAY, 28th JULY. Sale, by Auction. J. Sewell will sell, by auction, at his Yards, on Motndav, 28th     July, at Twelve o'clock noon, A mob of Horses from Maneroo, suitable for Hacks or Packing purposes. Also, 1 Colonial - built Spring Cart, by Fulton.   No reserve.           THURSDAY, 31st JULY. S- ale by A?uction. -. W' .L. S' wiL,:will'sell ,y publio ane t tioi u; at-his ynids, y 1rd Streit; SA d, Thursy,-ld July, ! Twelve rsu clqck noon,: Si ea 'n o'e rf LuTillocks, Bows, Yokes, and Chails. 1 Bullock Dray 6 Hedad tf 1-1trses,'broken to saddle andil lnilness '6000 Shingles; best. quality 1 Music-l;dx, ib good order. NOTICE. LEFT at the BRIDGE INN, on or      ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 25 July 1862

TOYN T-i III The Argus of the 6th tI gletter silged b a person uninealS respeecting the con'tructinl ,fA Mlelbturnerid the Btitana al the Jitrda. Mr. Caever Cta ll" track wae unsuitable, ut t at hahw'e track was the best thtce Now it imust be tiuderaod thatl Shaw's party were compelld to. Proute on account of its Leill snow;onolyfourfciterilp , afe Mr. lacatoy. have over yet reacd by any of their pnroposed track selves, we do not believe that an knew where the Jordan ais Ish t diitance which would have to begit having once passed the Iarta hr information we believe to be conet nasert that "up to the'time of Urh from the Jordani not a Single p colme over .the we tera spe rs?hl field, and- tht shotild there bh the riaiige thalt they ? ilv fltd thelea on theciteatern ide sunciently nut inanedssible to plrevent any bhuiia There is no t se in thus deceirv n tid delhayiig astppliea to the diger mnisattcrnenta., :The. Jordan h i theatre, .havinrg only one'eittlnte, 4nd its ouly approaelh i...

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A CLEARED ROAD TO THE JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 August 1862

A CLEARED ROAD TO THE JORDAN. Wasr ! anotlior .subscription ? We siauswcr yes; and oneio that will be heartily responded to. We want. a cleared road to the Jordan, a chain wide; if requisite, and liavo it weo will. We hive fnow quite'a new spirit getting into Gippsland; the scales have fallen from the eyes of the wpaslthy ; and those bcforc careless of events have become anxious to put their shoulders to the wheel and aid in giving the district a lifi out of the mire. Governiment have tacitly agreed to supplement our exer tions, and these ivill neilr lioe small nor trifling. .On:WedLnesday lest Mr. R. Turnbull told us he would subscribe £20 towards thie clearing of a road ; Mr McKenzio also, wihohls so often dipped his ihand itihis porket to supply our local wants, offsree £10.; maother gentleman vel[ liiowvn iii the district; also said lie would give £10, and would; liho believed, raise £200 for the purpose in a few days; ,the latter: was, un. connected with the aliendy overtaxed s...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 August 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TIE EDIron OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. SIna,-When a Government condescends to listen to backstair representations, from g that moment it falls from its higlh estatc to the level of a gossiping old woman, but when a Government permits backstair influences to interfere with its public dlty, k then does siclh a Government commit one of the blackest sins against our con- 0 stitution, and remains a foul plague-spot on our body politic so long as it is allowedl to retain tie high position which it so F disgraces. It A feather, when held up to the hreezv, will indicate as truly the quarter from i whence it comes as the ship which may lie driven before its power ; and there are certain comparatively trifling transactions k. which have lately taken place in our com munity, which as clearly indicate that all t, is not what honesL men could desire in an Executive, at the helm of our affairs in , Victori...

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CULTURE OF TOBACOO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 August 1862

L 5A:1'm''E! 1 ýaý ' a==I" Ic Er..A~ :AI . :, -=:a.A i. =X~ liaa~ Ura EItcv-m uii 2.w' Ts TA2Jzj y r -r Fs *Z T :: m L :r--.. 7SC ^e - ^^" A'ru &_ m1 ±a±L.. Win PA _ 2.== zLrres Zaw 2.2.2.2, LA C2. . 2.27 n-.' -: S ·L ri4Ee seL= ti. yt c cý^ý A:' 43 : "rL. -j ". i~ -3G~~E -~~~223n~

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 1 August 1862

TO TIlE DIT'OR OF THE GIPPILA\D TItE9.. Sin,-Thl scratpot uentinoed in a paragraph in your lust number and copiedl out of an English paper, was rrally preachedl fromn the Girand Stanud on the Melboullrne Cricket Ground. The mitiister was thu Rev. W. L. Rees, formcrly clerk to an' attornicy in Mel hourne, and lwho playedl s one of thu Victorian Eleven in lit Inter-Colonial Mantch in 18350. Uhaving had11 n call, he exchanged the lat f1r the Gospel, and isj now the shophllelr of a fold at Carlton. It was said hl ilntended to have further "improved" the victory by preaching a socruon oil the fulllvig Sund ty from the text ° And Rhoda stood at the wicket;" but circunmsttaces prevented his doing sno. Yours obediently. STUMPS. Sale, Jly3'80, 1S02.

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