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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TOBACCO. Very many hundreds of acres will be crmpped this season with toibacco, and this will involve a question of profit or loss to a large section of the agricultural public. T'h season so far has ben un- t favorable to the very earliest sown tobacco, I lut "the cost of seed' beig insignificent in t itself, and especially so in comparison with t the magnitude of the return, further sow- t ing should at once be made, wherever t there are grounds to suspect that the first 1 ones have failed through the severity of the weather. The seed, if the weather be not.warin enough to germinate it, will lie safely in the ground. for a conshlerable time', if only due care has been takeni to preserve it from frosts; and .many ex perieticed growers recommend thiel, it he early sown, lint the advantage of doing so before the weather is such as to cause it to start, we have good reason to question, antd it is a practice that, until prove. by local experience, we should not be disposed tob advocate...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TO To aEITaO o THe O aIPPest? NTIsics. SiIn,-The, Gaisrlir o of .last week publisheda commuinicationi from Rosedale, --a very' harmless efflsion in its way, if it had not referred to the nmail contractor, whose phnctuality has been the surprise of every one who knows anything about the state of the Melbourne roads. The.writer, in al attempt to eulogise the postmaster at Rosdale, coniplains'ofhis 'hving been disturbeid at three o'clock is the " ilorning to rcceivo? tlie mails This I know to be a very punpleasant'circumstance,, more par ticularly if the air ias a.little frosty, when the blaniketis would be mulds more con sonaiti ryiil the postmaster's wishes, but it would: i?e as ivell i' uliblic, attention was nsot driawii to ishe' aillhia' lbdn in hid time. ,You ktiow,'sir, tilhe Postmase Geneial makes nosh alloi'aric for bad roads, ihey are no excuse for hot duly carrying out the contract, and a special declaration was made with all the mail contracts this year that in no iinsthnee...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Sept.4. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRrvEo.--Sept 4. Keera, s.s., 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel bourne. Turnbull, Howirden and Co., agents. . uPORTs.-Sept 4. Keera from MIelbourne : 7qr. casks and 10 cases whisky, 113 eases- Genera, .l1 pkgs. tbbacco, 4 bags rice, 100 bags sugar, 35 pkgi. tea. 11 cases 1 qr. cask and 1 hhd wine, 18 hhds and 11 casks beer, 4 pkgs coffee, 8 kegs spirits, 3 cases cordials, 1 hhd and 1 qr cask rum, 5 cases gin, 1 hhd 3 qr casks, and 5 cases brandy, and sundry free goods cxsEPORss-Sept.4: Free Trader, for Hobart ,own : 88 head cattle, 100 sheep. Helen S. Page, for Hobart Town': 93 head cattle. September 5. Glencoe, for Hobart Town : 88 head cattle 174 sheep-skins. -. - Keers, for.Melbourne : 68$ ozs.gold dust.. S" . sLF?cn oUT--Sept. 4. - Free Trader, for Hobart 'town. ... Helen S. Page,for HobaCFrtJfown.: - Sept. 5. Glencoe,:for Hobart Town. * Keera, for Melbourne. - sAu.oD.-Sept. 5. Helen S. Page, 217 tons, T. Spring, for HobartTown. :Free Trader, 20...

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NEW GOLD DISCOVERIES IN NEW-ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

NEW GOLD DISCOVERIIES IN A accond edition, of 'the jMolbourno Age of Friday lot, announces the arrival of the City of Hobart from .New Zeiland, bringing news of considerable excitement prevailing in Dunedin, owing to tio discovery of a new and exceedingly rclid iggingeswithie 110 miles of Duiedin. Thlie folloiviig oextracts are from the Otag3 Times of the. 21st, 23rd, and 26th August. ) The Otago Tineas of the 26th says:-"' The exoitement respecting the Dunstan: Diggings continue, andTDunedui is' fast being eiiunded of its artizin population. On every.liand may be seo:ebuildings and public works at a stand, tUill, deserted by the workinen, whilst here and there a foeble sounnd from an unfinished building, proceed from the hammer of a solitary wivorlkman, wmho more cautious or less mmiiuaous .tin is compnionso prefers to continuo at l is o '. which if less' aluring, is more sure in its results than the mad puitr of gold. Four nstomoro loft Dunedin for Waikouaiti yesterday,- crammed w...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

MOUNT USEFUL GOLD' FIELDS. : I ( nou R o W', o on oitrsro'rconr.) Our miners have now set in farily to worl,, and the iwholo? oroek presents o all the apo penrances of a, prosperous diggings. We hlve had within a few drys a large influx of miners, but a Tvry limited number remain 1 her, ai all'thoi ceoek claii aroe takteni uip, and there is "no hiring of i:abho R s . j.iet. Many of the claims are turning out well'. I hlvi heoird of asnmuch as sixty ounces being takenoo out of ono'paddock. This, however, was a piece of good fortune Which I have not heard of being equailed, as the creek is very patchy, without t~nyicontinous lead'; on the whole the miners appear well satisiied with their prospects; and very foe' grumblers are to be met with amongst the .claimhold crs. A little township is al ready formed at the base of the hill, and so closely areo tloe canvass tenonients: packed together that it is almost impossible to find a. passage for the horaee to pass through them. Thoe 'declt ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TO TOE EDITOc O TILE GIIPPSL'AND TIMES. iSn,-the little splenetic article hi the SGuaredian of. the 2ith ult., stating that Cobb.'? Co. were about' to run a coach From Port Albert via Rosedale to the river Thompson or LBald Hills, I can assure you was never contemplated by any one con nected with Cobb's coaching 'concern. It is true that a gentlemen was over here from that establishment, but it is also true that he saw nothing- here to induce him to put coachles 'on any Gippsland route, nor under any; circumstances would they attempt it unless there were either ttwoor three steamers a week from Melbourne to Port Albert. I hae : this information from the fountain head, and therefore it may be. relied oni. As to a coach via Rosedale, I expect it would be something like 'th'e ivain:;attempt of an impetuous Tarraville gentleman, .: who, having got ready a wagon and four horses, advertised it as a coach. for Rosedale, but suddenly cooledlinh his zeal :when he discovered there were no pas...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not h old ourselves responsible for the opiuiuns of our currespondents. TO'THR cDITOR OF' TrIcGIPrSrLAND TIMeS. S rn,-I was mnuch surprised at reading your notice last vweek of the treatment the tramway petition received in Sale, but in this matter' I believe that there is only one person' to blame, and that is the gniitleman who tdok.it in haild, and'iiever made an attempIt at gettinig it signedl. I much regret that such ari unpleasant circuinstan:e should occur, ai it is more to our advan vantage to ,have cheap traffic thini it is that of South Gippoland. Under any cir cumstances Port Albert must have our ocean carriage for mariy years, and it is little matter to them whether the goods are taken away by bullock drivers or sted'i engines, whilst to us it is'of vital imeportanee to have' cheiIp and iquick car riage. It w'-as only in last March that we believed if,,we received any monetary value for 'oui wheat -it must come throngli .Melbourne, and we must now r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

JORDAN DIGGINGS. j SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. 20je c Pack and Saddle Horses. 'R. -SEWIELL holds a SALE, by il Auction, ever'y SATURDAY. df Pack and Sadille Horses, at Sale, at 'Twelve o'clock: 5s c SATURDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL will sell, by auction, at 1 "i-Foster i treet, S:le, on Saturday. 13th September, , Pack aed-Saddle Horses 1 Dray - :. Spiri'i? Cart-r: - 2 Sets of Harness 1' MeatSafe b Q0 LatIhs: s. .. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. Sale by Auctior. S SE ELL will sell, at the rooms i. Fpster; street, on Wednesday, l7th September, A miscellaneous Lot of Goods. Sale at Twelve o'clock; SATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. Sale by Auction Of aluable Hotel' Property at. Bamrns dale, River Mitchell. ILL b`e sold by Public Auction, - at Sale, :on Saiturday, 20th September, at Eleven o'clock, by order orfthe trusftes,- iinder a-deed of assign mentfrom William Fros...

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at. thisoffice ro m On: our. Melbourne .... .. Wed... Fri-, Sun. p.m. IDndenong..... Traraon ... " n . Westbnry v-.L Sale.·r.:. . a. ,, 3 p.m. Stratford....... - _ , Bairnsdale ...... - ,, Omeo ............ , Port Albert...... 3 p.m. Alberton ......... Tarrille .... - Yarram Yarram tails. dge _at. a cst On H oIur this office for p.m. Melbourne ..... Tues. Fri Sun. 30 Dand aon o...... ",,,,,, Westbury ..... " Sale .............. Wed. , ,, 6 p.m Stratford......... - t i oairnsdale - i" Port Albert... Alberton..... .. , ,,' Tarraille ... Yarram Yarram \..-So stamps sold or letters deliovered or registeod ons Sundas " -n?' '? 9t? ?.?r? .?sO -

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPATURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TABLES Or THE ARRIVAL AND. DE.PAOTURHIB O hxuLxiSalMics, 1803. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails arrive at On 1H ir hisOffe from , Melbourne ... M -eon. Thur. & Sat. 0 a.m8 Rosedale ~......, Tmramrlgon..... : » " _ ° , Weastbury..... . , o t ,q " uasaell aCreek ,, ,, ,, Dahdenong ... o, Alberton ......Tuesdays & Thuradays .3.30 Tariaville.....? . . ., PortAllbert Stratford ..... "Mondays & 'Thursdays 6 p.m. ilairnslale..... ,, flrutlh u .... ,, . . Ooo.......... ,, ,, MLails close it this e On IIour Melbourno ,.. 'Turs. & Fri 11 30 at 8 p.mi Rueducle l I.. .. Dadenu ong ... ,, t .r i, p.m. : Alborton ..... Tuesdays & Thurladays 7.30 T irravillo..... . " Port Albert ... ,, . , Yai t.nYa rr.am. Stnratford ...... Mondays &'Thursdays ]Laiiiedale. ... ,, ,, 13autlanu ... j,, ii Omaoo ;....... .. NoTc.-Lottors are forwarded to Port Albert, Taraville, &., via Rosedalae-elosing at this offico on Saturdays, at 8 p.m. JOHN D. LESSON, Postmaster. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

VICTORIA FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office-S2, Collins, Street East, S Melbourne:. The Honorable Heniry Miller, 3M.L.O., Chairman. Capital, £1,000oo00oo0. Also, V ICTORIA LIFE AND.GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE. Head Office--82, Collins Street East, Melbourne.:-'' The Honorable Henry }iller, M.LC., Chairman. Capital, £2,000,000. Fire, Life, and Mlarini Insurance effected-upon i?asonableternis . JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agents for Sale 1VIcardell and Raphael. 1i a 19 a YORK STREET BAKERY,. TN returning thanks for the very liberal. support he has received since commencing business, begs to in form his customers and the public that, from the improved facilities in his now establishment, he is prepared to execute any orders with which he may be favored, on the shortest notice. Flour, wheat, and other '?roduco taken in exchange. First-class bread' alwvay on hand, fresh baked every day. Bread suitable for travellers, &c., &o. Dinners Ba...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

M1LSCELLANEOUS. The I iTamrillo, E Spelcttor of ;Angin: t 29th, says : -At extensive.kangnroo lhunt. took pIlace in,: the neigltbourhllod,.q(f, Enmeralla, on, the station of Messrs. Messer and Cumphell, at lwhlih, all thet neighbouring s.ttlers nhssistod. A stock-, yard ten feet high, had been built, into which the game were drivpn, when they. wore despatched with .waddies, to; tho. number of700. The kangaroos in this, part .of the country are probhbly. more nsumerous than in anyv other part of the Western district. *. We understand ,that this hunt is. only, pi eliuinnarv to a grand: batite, wlichl is to come off in a fortnight.,. The Victorian of.the 5th inst. extracts:. the following flowery benedictions, from a correspondent's letter in refreincc??,it' Miss Joey Gougeiinlien s. generous offer, to give the entire proceieds of herbenefit for the relief of the distresned ,in her nativecountry:-'- And- Miss Gou;en-o hoini! kind, generous, good-hearted,, Irish girl ! unselfish, sclf-d...

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THE CEREALS IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

THE CEREALS IN THE INTER NATIONAL EXRIBITION. At the banquet 6f the' Bath and. West of Eiiglaid- Society, held on Thursday last' at the ;Wells, Lord Portmian, in reply to tlitotas~ of his health as " Presi ~lent of thie Royal 'Agriculturhl Society," thus referred' to" the show o'f cereals in the International Exhibition :- It has been my.duty to serve as one of the jurois in the present Internationale Exhibition, and in the course of that duty I have had to form an opinion on the agricultural productii of the World. First;,wo had to begint with the British exhibitors, and I must say to mysorrow that I haveo nodoubt the jury will report that the cereals and legumninous' speci moils sent to the International Show by the British 'producers are nbither'well shown nor good in quality.' :I ask why is that? It is because, not only iin this Society, but in tihe R'yal"Society like wise, we lhrve for so many years devoted our attention' so colmpletcly to tlio breed of animals and the improvem...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1862. GOVERNMENT NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

FRIDAY, SEPTE31BER 12, 1862. GOVERNMENT NEGLECT. WHAT we have so long anticipated as being the'necessary consequence of Government neglect of the Gipps. land ;gold-fields, is closer ai halhd than we had previously believed possible ; however; it was certain to cbme at' last,'aid wo were'noe un pripared drf 'the. sudden emigration which must follow the discovery of the Dunstan and Hartley gold-fields in New Zealand. Victoisa; ever anxious for inimigratiohn-paying large sums yearly for, bringing inex perienced labourers into the country' -apparently cares little for them .whence' once; landed, but, by the grossest ;negligenco of, their wants, permits: them to be enticed away by the over-wrought reports of New, -Zealand journals, and a specious pro mise of otheir colonies to protect; those interests which were most no-. glected here.. Some. months 'siice new and rich gold-fields weredisco vered in :Gippsland-the .hardy' miners found their way into the, mIidst of oir mountain fastinesse...

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THE NEW LAND ACT LOTTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TIHE NEW LAND AOCT - LOTTERY. Tns`nhalpiest feature in the progress of Gippaland was fully developed on Wed. nesday last, being the first day of select. ing agricultural allotments under the ??w Linds Act. On that day the re. proachful term of The Terra eroy. nilo of Victoria was for ever bur:ed is oblivion; the starless night of desoh. tion had passed, and monopoly and op. pression werd burled from- their throne Buit a sort tiime'aselajsed vben society in Gippaland:was divided into only two classes-the occupier of rat tracks of land, and the labourer oho tended his flocks and herds.. Thereins no medium, the labourer, who, in many instances was of'equal-birth and edu,n tion with his employer, had no induce. ment to save his wages, h' 'had n . outlet for his small capital, land was al round and about him, blit a ponderous lock forbade his entrance on those areas whiclh ore held h-'llrivilep, tenants :of .theo crown. Times harei however, changed in Victoria; a ; idhdl `ý clsass-that c...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

On last evening, we saw a gentleman who had just returned from the Jordan. He brings the news of the Dandenong party having made their way into the diggings, but he does not known; anything further of their route than that the men told him they had got a good track from Dandenong to the Buneep, and a very difficult one for the re-   mainder of the way. The distance is said to be about ninety miles. The miners had just got comfortably to work with the re- turn of dry weather, when they were again disturbed by the snow floods from the   dividing range. During the brief interval of working, the claims were turning out splendidly. Provisions, owing to the decrease population, had become more reasonable           an they had been for some time. The miners are in good spirits und full of hope for t their future propspects.     Our readers are no doubt aware that 10,00 place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

TEAM H!( IMIELBOUItRE S11 fine screw Steamship KEERIA wlil leave Port Albort' every 'RIDAY. orass will be carried to or from Peort. : .fdlbert pt 80, eachcl , reight--Gold, 2d:per, ounce. Par cels over 200 ouces, lid. Gold, for shipment, must be entered . tho'Custonss b'efore 10 o'cldck a.ni.m : the day bf;sailing . Return eTicketS......:. ...... .£5 Av?pilable fo 14 days. For freigh~ or passagi apply to TURNBULL: HOWDEN;" & 0. Wharf-streoet,:PorTAlbert. All goods ant consignees' : risk whlen landed. All goods discharged, if not renioved from the wharif before 4 o'ciock p.m;, will le stored at consiguoces' isk and expuense- a c STEAMsn TO THE MITCHELL AND TAMBO. HTHE steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred ' Mdrriib;:'oiiianiider; ;vill' leave the'L ITrobo ; Bridge every Tuesday, morning, at 7. o'clock, sharp, for, the above. PARES: Cabin :Passengers' ..1..:.......1 10 :0 Steerageo 1 ............. ....... 1i 1 0 (Including refreshmeuns.) FREIGHT To Bairnisdale, per ton, :;..£1 10 0 To Br...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 September 1862

COMMEROI'L. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messrs. W. E. and A. S. King report :-The cattle market was barely supplied, scarcely 600 head haviiig been penned:off for sale, but the quality was generally- good; prices ad vanced fully 30s per head h' last week's per 100 lb. 1We ahticipate 'satisfactory prices for some time to comi.. WYe have sold, fromi the Ridge, 209- bullocks,- at an average of £8 14s 8d; and 14 cios at £6.15s 4d. The .veal market was as badly supplied, and high rates were obtained for anything like quality. We quote best calves at from 45s. to 50 s. The (supply of sheep was moderate ard, and, owing to the lack of cattle, an im provement was .effected. Best sheep sold readily at 20s ; seconud best, 17s to 18s. Messrs Dalnahoy Campbell and Co. report : -Fat Cattle-Theisupply this week has been much under the requirements of the trade, and consequently a very considerable improve- ment in.prices has resulted. Only 79i head have been offered, about 100 of which were Tery rough,:and...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862

i MOUNT IUSEEUL GOLD (rnox ont own'a onnEsroe DErn.). "IPhovo very little mining iewesto commiduni ;to thiln wck, ' xcept tht theminors gone rallyare, well end remuneratively employed. Tho groiund, biowefi , is pnfoaby, end conii quently the yieold.is finoe:tainl. Ilhaai liow{' evor, known one party to divido over 4Oze8.' for a wegk 'e, lnrqbutthtl,is b~ no moans a common occurrence . .. SWe,,,havo hno lose;, thonnthrreq townships: springing ;up, the greator portion, however, of the odretione'are nas yt ouly calido or'canvaes.a TheroeIs olo good houso'lii'prdcoe osf oeootioi, solidly built of slabs, and of coneiderablprom-' portions . this is to be the first-publiio'of the liggings, the owner; intendingto taifo, out a license for the solo of intoxicating draughts, Pvlcle is uow eW19 uwitliout tho over, ment. offleor's sign manual ino plnost ovo?y, oroction, whether tent or bark shanty, on the diggings. Provislans are a little moreoploetiful now than they have been, but there is stil...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862

SSO, TOO BDITn O TUE 0IPPBL&ND TIMES. SI,-I was witness tc a protty little dodge being played, at th1lind Offlco on Tuesday last. A young aspirant for landed honors,got scnt, out of the Court.houso for forcing his way in aftor#4 o'clok, when. the doors were closed. Nothing daunted, hoiyever, by ithe robufF, the juvonile spoculator placed himself at a windgw, got- into aocret communication ?itha a friend, pansseod Il?ls:papers so as to let his friond eeo what wairsantod, and the appli cation was duly lodggd:.tin, another name. Whattho res?ltl hasi , boen, I do not know no yeo, but most probably Lehall hear beforo you publish whether the "the artful dodger" was reowardod for his pains, ... SU a"ORTUNT, Sir,T~OT. lDE R AN UNFORTUNATE TIOIET.EOLDER'

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