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MURDER AT THE MOLYNEUX. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

MURDER AT THE MOLYNEUX. From the'Otago 2mies of 22nd July. It is oui psinful- duty to iecord that all the suspicions that were entertained concerning lthe missing man, Andrew Wilson, having met with foul play, have been more than verified by the dis closures at th' inquest on the body found in the Molyneux. A murder of the most diabolical character is proved to have been committed ; the whole annals of crime might be ransacked in vain for an instance of an equally atrocious deed. The evidence of Dr Nelson concerning the injuries received by the murdered man is almost sickening to peruse. Six mortal wounds at least are shown to have been inflicted, and, as if to defy identification, the face was eniashed in, and battered 'out' of the" semblance of humtinty.--- A hort recapitulation of the previous circumstances may make the proceedings oftbe inquest more intelli .gible. Some six weeks back, Andrew Wilson left Dunedin for the purpose of visiting the Molyneux District, in search of lai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

TO :DJIGGERS. PARTIES on their, way to the ,. JORDAN GOLD-FIELDS will find OHBAP ACCOMMODATION et tho S Royal Exchange Hotel, Sale. VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE, JuKE, 1862. T.E respectfully beg to announce the Arrival of our " Winter Stock, Complete, and that we are now well assorted in allbranches in the Having succeeded, through our own Direct Importation, to secure Goods combining DURABILITY with the Latest Styles and FASHIONS, we trust, by offering the same to our Customers. at iirices not exceeding those charged by any Melbourne House, to merit a centinuance of their patronage. sm. latS. ek, 3rn.. , toe Watchmakers. ewelers. C REESE &O Tolibacconists. St atloners. VICTORIA :FIRE & . MARINE INSURANCE` COMPANY . Head Office-S2, Collins Street East, Melbourne. The Honorable Henry Miller, M.L.C., Chairman. Capital, £1,000,000. Also, V CTR0R LIA AND GENERAL V INSURtN CE'COMPANY AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE. Head Office-82, Collins Street East, Melbourne. The Honorable Henry .Mille...

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COMMERCIAL. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

COMAERCIAL.. TO THE MELBOURNE STOCK AGENTS . AND OTHERS. Sale, May 30, 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 log from their stations, and the number pro. posed to bt drafted." All stock-ownoers in tending to forward stock will please to send at least aseen dsya'p'revious notice to this office. Fa· STocw proposed to be forwarded in August: ohn King & Co; Tie Ridge....: 200 23 ----Do.-.--.do., -- do ........ - 200. 30- - MELBOURNE M'ARKETS. Messrs. W..E. and A. S. King make the following report :-The market opened on Monday with a full' supply of cattle of chiefly useful quality with a fair proportion of prime. The demand was slack and the biddlngs con sequently very dull; a alight decline on last week's rates had tobe submitted to. Towards the close of the week more animation was evinced and...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

" RC3LSIOD" FIIIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1802. T~if Jamiesoh-people aro, :it w?ald appear, from a recent public meoting held there, determined to make another grand struggl: l toit,_)ij possible, to keep the Jordan diggings within their boundary. They re present, by a sort of special pleading more sophisticated -than :.wise,- that a mail service through Gippsland is not required, and they aim at shewing advantagesto be gajned byl the Gaftney's Creek route .whichin reality ,do not exist. We do not. believe hat :Gippsliand wishes to interfereo: with their arrangements; we asked for a postal cboimunication between. Sale and the Jordan, and our request has been so'far attended to, that tedders are lnow called for the service, and the conitract, Iwe believe, will be entered into on the 1st of. September. It would, under such circumstances, be ridiculous on our parts to s'ay anything against the ;proposed mail from Gaffney's Creek, lut" we'do say, that if both are running, the commencement of the ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

M1SCELLA?NEOUS. I, Ayor- an CRINEsE Donne -At thie i1 Buckland, another Chinaman has sue i ceeded in robbing one of his countrymen, a storikeepgr, by a very old " dodge'." d lie brought a bag of shot wheighiug .170: to the .store, and asked the store s keeper to keep it for him, representing e it to be gold, He afterwards had ad Svanced to hin, by the holdler of this precious bag, on the strength of its con tents, the sum of £3u. lie coolly re I mained on the ground, but always re fused to have the goll sold. At length 1 the victimised storekeeper, after several. weeks, thought he would at all events know something of the contents of the bag, and, making a small hole in it, discovered to his horror that it was filled with -shot. On the arrest of"honest h John" by the police, he was discovered to be provided with a belt securely fastened round lhi wast n ith fourteen pounds of the same precious metal that h was.in the bag. lHe evidently was caught just as lie was about to carry on hi...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

* o 0vRs DiTOS 0r TO e o5tsrLAea -tIe. SI,-A. peltition is now being signed relative to a tramway from Port Albert to Sale, and as such a means of traffic would be a great boon to Gippsland,' it becomes the duty of every inhabitant to forward it as much as possible. Th.-.u.h such a country as exists be tween-th~ place and the Port no better means of communication could offer, and such an undertaking will certainly ultimately lead to a railway being constructed to Welchpool, which seems to be the best harbor the coast affords. From Sale to Welchpool a good Government road should be'laid out three chains wide, and in such a manner that the curves shall be suitable for a railway, good drainage provided, and the most favorable route carefully selec:ed with a view of combining both objects The tramway to" be laid on one side, and the road formed on the other, for the present. We-have not the same facilities for road making here as the other side enjoys-we have a soft bottom and no stone ...

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SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

SAL.E 11EUCHINIBCS' .INSTnI TUTE IEJXI-IBITION ? ;' The collection of works of art and nature whicla were so freely contributdi by the -ownere-toR-siatPsin-the --opening t..oL the. Mechanics' Institute`" wore so hidden from. hight on :tlhit: ovdnig thaat the c committee, coisistently csrryog ouit their anxious dosire to'pleaso everybody, throw.open the rooms on the followiog day to the public for the purpose of allowing more time and. better light to those anxious. to ;onjoy atreat which they never hkad an opportunity previously of doing in thise portion rof+ thelco'iitry.. Rioiding as we have boeen for soum y?crein this out-of.tha' world district, uwe were hardly prepired to find asch'a 'spledlid colleetion of oigravingo as occupied eo conspicuous a position on the waslsof, the Institute., Many of theseo orks were in their execution perfectgoems, and say much: for the rimproveinent which has taken place in that branch of, art within a verylfew years. It ie not'beveryone that can af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

STEmAi TO MELBOdURiE. THE fine screw Steamship KEERA Slil leave "Port Albert every FRIDAY. i "erese will 'be arried to or from Port S Albert at SO.; each). : : .reight-e Gold, 2d. per. ounce. Par-. eels over .200 ounces, I d.', Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the' Cutoms'before 10'o'clockia.m. .n:the day of sailing. Return Tickets.. .. ..£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or. pssasge apply to TURNBULL; 'HO WDEN, CO., *Wharfstreet,: PortAlbert - - :Alligoods at consigniees' risk !when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'ciock p.m;, will be stored at consignees' riski and expense. ?- no STEAMEBt TO 'TIE MITCRELL: AND TAMBO. THE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred _ Morrisby Commander, will leave the La Trobe ; Bridge every Tuesday: morning;, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the. above. . FAIRES Cabin Passengers ;...i.;..£1 10 0 I Steerage ........................ 1 1 0 (Including refresiments.). - R.:FREIGHT: . ' T Bsairnedale,.per, ton,;. .. i.10 0 " fffir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

JOCULAN DcI GINcGS. T SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con s etatly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. . 2je c WEDNESDAY, 20th AUGUST. 20 Store Pigs. Sale by Auction. J SEWELL" will cell, by. suction, s at the Ygirds, Foster Street, on Wednesday, 20th August, without res?erve 20 Store Pigs. All in prime condition, and by Mr. Wilson's Prize Boar at the late Agri cultural Sodietv's Show. Sale at Two o'clock sharp. SATURDAY, 30th AUGUST. - 15 Head bt'Horses. Sale.:by Auction.... T SEWELLT; has ieceived instruc -.-: =.t o n-' f.or'on-F ý1r? M'DoLgall; Little River, to sell, "by-auction; on Saturday, 38th -August, without 're serve, - . - 15 Hlead of lorses. S- In the above are some fine colts, and several broke in, suitable for Hacks or I1'ackibg, all in prime condition. .Sale at Ohe o'clock. 15 22 S ATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. Sale by Auction Of Valuable Hotel Property at Bairns - dale, River Mitchell Will be sold by Public Aucti...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 15 August 1862

TOWN TALK The absence of any definite plan or place which the communication between the interior(?) of Gippsland and the seaboard could inproved does much to frustrate the object which all have in view, if they could only once ---ee as to the best means of accomplishing   -- required end. One week we hear of a ---road to Port Albert, another, the opoening of the lakes, whilst a third advocates a canal. Could(?) we concentrate our interests in any one of these, it at least would give the scheme a   more feasible phase, but until we do so we be like a house divided against itself, and as such cannot stand. A tramway would, we believe, have very general support here if the ---- question was decided, but we do no not   go so far as to say that North Gippsland would be satisfied if it did not extend to Welchpool. (sic). Some importers have no fancy for Port Albert where they have suffered very heavy losses by the wreck of the Thistle, almost the ent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE. PLATSHEK, BRASCO-, & CO., Wholesale and Retail Drapers, Clothiers, and General Outfitters. I Large and Well-selected Stock in Ladies', ,Men'.~, or "children's BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. Watchmakers. . ewellers. C. REESE S& CO., Tobacconists. Statloners. VICTORIA FIRE & MA-RINE INSURANCE COMPANY.. Head Ofice--S2, Collins Street East, Melbourne. The Honorable Henry Miller, M.L.C., Chairman. Capital, £1,000,000. Also, VTICTORIA LIFE AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY AND SAVLNGS INSTITUTE. Head Office--2, Collins Street East, Melbourne. The Honorable Henry Miller, M.LC., Chairman. Capital, £2,000,000. Fire, Life, and Marine Insurance effected upon reasonable terms. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agents for Sale MVcArdell and Raphael. 1 a 19 a TRACK TO THE Jl3MAN.? fIfHE SUBSCRIBERS to the RE I WARD FUND are requested to and in their Subscriptions. GEORGE ROSS, Treasurer. A CARD. 1 WOODS, RAYMOND STREET, SALE, House Painter, Writer, Grainer, and ...

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GENERAL BUTLER v. THE SOUTHERN LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

GENERAL BUTLER v. THE SOUTHERN "LADIES. "Ono of !thoe moat amusing opisodes in the statistics of the civil war in America, is the following 'roclnmation issued;by the craven Geoeorl Butler : " Headquarters, Department of the Gulf, "M.ay16.. -. "As officers and soldiers of the United States have boeen subject to repeated insults fro'm the women canlling themselves ' ladies of NeWiOrleans,' in return for thomost scrupu lous non-iteorfereuce and courtesy on our part, it is ordered that hereafter, when any female shall by word, geatiro, or movement, insult or show contempt for any officer or soldier of the United States, she shall be regarded and hold liable to' be treated as a woman of the town plying her avocation. "BuTLEr, ;Major.Gonoral." As the Satlrday Reviei remarks,-" it is difl: unit to believo that a civilisod man can have wvritton it, or that clvilised noun can have boon found to carry it out.' Wea should like to know who is this.Goneral Butler, or whether he is any family co...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

ITALY. The great ceremonial at Rome to. celebrate the canonisation of the Japanese martyrs took place on Sunday, June S. The ceremony occupied six hours, and was attended by 14 cardinals, about 250 bishops, and the diplomatic body generally. Letters of June 8 from Rome give full accounts of the cere mony. The illumination of the church with 15,000 candles seems to have been a failure : The efect was not brilliant; so vast are the proportions of the church that it was in comparative drkness, as if taus of the fourth magnitude were glittering faintly. Seen from without, the walls had the appearance of being inlid with bright mosaics, while the smoke of the candles and of the incense gave the interior the areara-nce of a vast theatre in a thick London fog. The lighting up was a decided mistake, and the less said about it the better. As to the assembly in the church: Nearly 400 mitres were here assembled, a eih?t whih h the world has not seen for centuries, and perhaps will never see a^...

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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 — 22 August 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. . We do not hold otirsollos roaponsible for th opinions of our cýor'ospooidontl. . STO TOE IDITOR OP TIIB OIPPSLr.ND TItES. -STR,-nWo havo now every week a number of strange'buyers of agricultural produce who camo down to Salo, and Stratford for the purpose of taking supplies to the diggings. Theso men buy bacon, eggs, flour, oats, barley, and, iri fiet; almost aniything-that is edible: Now air I am only a small fanner, and am residing some distance from Sale, I have no chance of meeting with these buyers, as they would never think of coming to so small and insignificant a place as mine, whilst so many large agriculturalists are around where free paddocks and other accomodation can be obtained. I must, therefore, sell my stuff to'a stotrekeoecr, or spend nmutch time and money in looking after the buyers when thoyg'oiinto Sale, and thatu it ip-with:mnuSlr trouble 1-cnri' get- tdie to come to ny place. I kIow, sir, that in England every little town has its weekly imark...

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TO THE [?] Sale, May [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

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The Gippsland Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1851 [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

27.1,A a aaUT.U3S'2.£S5L TS civiL ws:e 2 Tend. Amenie <jbe&o a- nesr,.trds Se:r *f io MrsL zh. -I'=rs dr:ek ; &it leastL~ libiki~ & e z T'. ^-w-^ i *" --2TI --FM i T · r''-e -stse fs-er==su s -aT r ~'i S&-- :2. *"-A Ta-5-. =ilk * dT - "edj-i-T ;^fn'f.s -3S StSar aji -7& TeES--Tss- ftss-scas: *if s'trsE-^a-s es.a to -uitc . *s S SI ^ n-.-^i 31 5-,= P-5 e-S--S3 ^"Tf - S SILt^ isc asiysr*.-ib ?-se -=mgx:ies:52r1 .. -. -r e -TT -= s la 7i;rt^) .J-sI a · ~k '^T-:-ear i-J^) ja^ ^S -se assi i-= ~zz j z:Sa££ _r_ -^di-*':?. i ir"-th iz* fit s II flmrF 2 :2 1 r --- s a 212-- It is ra-aadi^ -r=-- ra -a. -nes *±2:- *Shirs 23e -.53=2 -SZa wr: i- pt.-~:; *^'-J- T^_-a~~-*7 _. sa.1-~ -T~ri- asr3_i ~~~b ~ ~ ~ - -= vr~j~R~JI 5~i exce a- as ·IrI ~-E -tIEP de- Exit 0 -ifes .·.-i= Tr-~'~~~- -7 7T;--LE- ·i"s~L"~.'--~ e--mc TL-hrp _ikhi si zit L a Ei-& -t21f e-Whs-f :-:i .E e t i:-- ___-____ _ Ja"s " :-5m re 2C_~ -C- illearC E i~-ar. -fie 7if faed...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

AMERICA. The Southerners, on the whole, have had the advantage since last advices General Banks, who had fallen back on Winchester, was attacked by the Confec derates in force on the 25th May, and coimpelled to retreat, with heavy loss, across the Potomac into Maryland. The Confederates have thus regained posses sion of the "valley of the Shenandoah. Great alarm was. caused at \Vashington by the news oft"this sudden advance of the. Confederates,. and the -nmilitia was telegraphed for from all sides to rally for the defence of the Capital. The Confe derates, either i from want of means or kutnlede,' did not push on; and by the inter ad vides the pani: in the North -was suhsidiug;: Geend-l Fremont has since advanced into; Vjirinia; but.the Confederate Gene s ral J lckon was ccring him no iu''e trouble, having tice rocted the Felerals :it-h hear?; kIs cf men and baRCe. The Federal gcb:ats-, lIsonor and Galeaa were repo-el, after a tour hours' action at Fvrt Darlin', seven milest-rav Ri...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

TOWN. TALK. he following report of Mr. Murphy's explo. on for a route to the Jordan, `direct from lMelbourne sidlo, o oknractfrom the A nrgus ho 15th inst. The report, as will be seen, furnished by 'Mr. ,urplhy himself, and ns out all that we have, previously said as the impossibility of fndliing a track from norhther or western sidowhlich can be per ?et or open at all seasons. It appears to us ,after all, Mr Mnrphyhas onlyoomen on the Goulburn track kunown many years bofore by Oafney's Crcekwasdiscoverd, and now overed with snow as to be h uselcss for 2:-1" .r.'Murphy,the minng sifrveyor for St. Andrew's division of'the Cadtlemaine it, has just roturm d fioiii' ii journey rtaken by him with the viony to flindingia I ront t the t Jor01dauldiggings, !a', * nd shed us with the followinug particulars: ag through Eltham, he went to Tarra a on the Ymrra Flats, from whence ho wed the course of the Watts River. r going about twedvo or fourteen miles ho river, he branohed off and asecondol ...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

NEWS BY THE M AIL. The Norlhlam arrived in the Bay on Wednesday. We extract the following Summary of News from the Arbus : FNGLISII INTELLIGENCE. Tus Australian April mail was delivered in London on tile 11th and the 15th of June. The Queen had returned from Bal moral to Windsor, and had since gone to Osborne. Her l1ajesty's health con tinues good, but she still, maintains. the strictest privacy. ' The' Prince of Wsales :.hd rt'rifuned from the East. Prince Louis, of I-sesse, had also arrived in England to prepare for his nmarriage with tlhe Princess Alice, which is fixed to take place at Osborne on' the 1st of July. The Great Exhibition fills well, and the guarantors are beginning to think themselves safe. Tihe daily attendance has reached to 01,311. The Royal Princes and Princesses visit it nearly every day, Australian, contributions still continue to attract particular atten tion, especially the item of cotton from Queensland. The Times remarks of the colonial department generall...

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ROMANTIC AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 22 August 1862

P.OMANTIC AFFAIR. Alderman Besley was occupied at Guildhall on the 13th of June with an inquiry of a somewhat extraordinary kind. A young French lady, aged 15, named Marguerite de ia Tour, was brought up before him, charged with di-gunising herself in male attire, as was supposed, fur si nnlawfal purpose. The following is a report of the case : The young lady appeared at the bar with her hair cut short and parted at the side, and dressed in very light apparel, but in every respect such as a young Frenchman would have worn. Srgeant Fenning sid-About half pt 5 o'clock this morning I was with Inspector Leonard in St. Martin's-le Grand, where I saw the young lady siu.ng on the seps of the Queens HoteL I asked why she was sitting there, and ' she said b-cause she was fatigued. Aldermen Besley-Did she speak good English ? Fe;nig--She answered me very well in English, and I then told her I thought she was a female, notwithstanding her male attire, and she admitted she was. I asked her what...

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