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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
TI'4GrQG APrrTCAr -"'My*,"! Faid a printer:to-hisIh wrethenrt, . ' ermit me 2 em .-. yon ;" when the termegnnlt imme ditely maden ---- at him,' and ::lnnted her g~ between his eyes, which, put his head in pio, .'.This conduct.",said the galled typo, lookingtt at helr, is without a fl.1': *
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
Co ME'LGRCIAL. . : '' MELBOURNE MARKIETS., Mesers..W. E. and A. S. King report --Theo cattle mar ket lis been flly iupphied, but owing to eist weoek'& sarcity the endeimd 'wee brisk, and late quotattions were fully main tained for good and necond-rate quali y, while inferior atck 'fel considerably. We would advies our j:ontituetnts.?hot to 'seond any but gobd.:atock. Best pens of bullocks have realiosed £1Q_.7ead; do .cows,..£9 15s. .One large lot of bullocks from lippeland averaged £6 12s Od.' WV "soid threeo from -the Ridge £10 19s, £10 5s, and £8 15s. The veal ,laurkot ?lia beon hinvlly" supplied,' and prices full considorably; "boat quiilty. brought 3Ul to 40e. The sheep market liha been fairly oup. plied andd a good amount of businesso tr.inu acted at about hIst ivek'l's rates. A few half bredd Le'lceters brought 214; good wethers brought 18ai 1619is; good quality wethears; ight weighta, 17a to 17e,6d. : .: FLOP.n, GRAIN, &O., Mr. W. Lrarico reportse:-'-There ha...
THE WORLD'S FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
THE 7ORLD'S :FRLEND HOLLOWAY'S OI8 CURE FOR PILES AD FISTU9r Inflammation of sensitive pas A filastils, nd such like painful dloeas,' pil Euc cases; beo dislated by judiius Pilse -ere., man'. days .have e?"wod • iiosptent will .experience ae dt de~rdo of ones from' this treat t ?I[ are equ allysuitable tob both a eesauhr COUGHS,:COLDS, ANDASTi?I, These complaints of the chest coe on alaerming frequency. The Olutiuenton th aiseluounlyben rbbed athle ast twicea nih d thn chest--ind -between the' sho.uuld0 thl.violence ,of all ,symptoms will . give way, the breathing become IIgr Oly the oppression' Ies. No medicines arem' elicient in cheat complaints, none can be ured with equal safety and certainty. oth? Pe and Ointmnetrsiaccnmpbyniedy tie, and simple directions for using tm'emae A MAN WHO REFUSED TO HAVE 11A LEG OFF. "?Frow I?e KilrushAdrertiNer,.ruse 2,l1ý B>'Dsm?s.tces Cox, EsQulan, Uaghtrrc In the:Board.on, at Kilrueh, that he .? " ir ? .?. hadb.edn o l the Infirmary a, actiall...
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
,The noxt County Court will bo :l la len :Sale on Fliday, thoe24thi6fI elolteir erit'Ai edinmonseos must be l aoiued ni d eernlyd peo before the 0th of Ocoiber, 1862. Amongst thoe prize medals afornled by t coinmissioners of thoe Great ,lEahibjtio,,p twier pleased t eso the lname'. of ''J. Johb, Esq,; +oiirburniPari, fr niise beef, whlacic? aucli paised for itos excelloece, both in the saving and quality of the moat.; i . ; Mr. Sa0uel Carver; who has etabhhised private miaiial hetoon and Doniuely', Creek, will be onabledto eupply that ocality, as well n' the Bala '.lle,?'d all othrl inter voning places with nthe iippland Tilas. lr. Carver leaveo Silo cc ovpr O dlondy end arriveeiagam onevery Fr dua'.. o}e iderlptand that it bein catei labtio2el givig' iwotierconcert at the Mee -loceiP stitoite abou tieth 24th 'of dOctober oeeit e wli:cl time h Genoai SeosionE Cuirtil1a sitting. I'riom the ientire eneces of the ht concert, we .look Tlorwa`rld oitli: pleai?Pi.t another teie t '??.': ....
ENGLISH & FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
ENGLISH & FOREIGN RjEWS. The Bombay, with the English and Foreign mails, due on the 10th, arrived in Hobson's Bay on the 8th .instant* The following sumniaryof cvents, which have occurred since the departure of the June mails, are compiled from the latest European and American journals:- The Princess Alice was 'married to Prince Louis of Hlesse, at Osborne, on .the Ist of July. The marriage was as private as a state marriage can be per mitted.: The Queen appeared in deep mourning; there were no marriage bells; no firing of cannon'; all was quiet s and subdued as became the marriage ceremony of a child who had so lately met with such a heavy bereavement. SParliament has framed an act throwing the poor rates upon the country in cases where they exceed in the parish two thirds of the average rate. The funds for the poor in Lancashire had been well supplemented by private subscriptions, :but great complaints were made respect Sing 'the apathy of. the Cotton Lords, who! had amass...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
MISCELLANEOUS. T?IIr Muirray steamer :Settle? f r:uerly' J reported na. having b:' en sinaued. ain tl sunk,"la bee, 'g?ot afl ar, nmli from ai r survey hehl'lupil her,'it appears that she I lins sustained very little damage. s0 SL'ao:E Nuroor.-Cooisierasble excite meiit. has beeni chuseoti at Maryboroug hby. a the report that.a very large nugget has a been discarered. On inquiry it was as certained that a nugget- weighing three s hlundred (300) ounces had beeen found on P some new ground in close proximity to the p townslip. Large numbers have visited the R spnt, and all the vacant ground has.been t taken up.- -Age telegram, SeptemFer 10. tl 'l'ate Nrw L,?n AcT.-" There has"n tl -seys the Gelon9g Adverthaer--" been at ia great lhulub in town this last day or. twr, anst the greant land saloe at Camperi down on the the Illtinit... The slquatters wlise runs ar aredvrtised have obtanied legal ndvi, e on the subject, and re iinform. edt that the dtiiffy hlia la;,, that wan to c prevent t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
N E '.W S T'ORmE .' BOOTS' ND SH OES, A ,very. Largo, Assortmout, to hand Sifen's Wellingtons' Bluchers.- SWatertights ,' Abclo ^ Boots, elastic sides . -: Walking Shoes ,; -Carpet and Leather-Slippers.' Ladies' Cloth Boots e . K, J id Top ,: Leather Boots .,,. Black and Colored Cashmere ,,, id .and.Satin .... ,?, Ptent Leather and Carpet S. Slippirs. Children's, :all seizes Stout:Leather Boots , ?loth Boots KidTopsh." c-_ .Kid and Leatlior,Shoes?: Bootees.;, isF,." 1w ackdnzie. &.~oss.; REGATTA 01?` LAKB WELLINGTON. Committee. . . ? W Th omso Esq;:' J. Johinston, Esq.. W. Pearson, Esq.,. W Cunnngham, Eaq., SCarmpbell, Eq".; J. W. Jos, E , ... M ;CJ.Campboll, ELq', 'has. Reese, Eq, E. Raphael; Esq; .- W. Montgomery, Esq. F. Wo bb, Esq., IL McAlit Ecre, Lq. J e ,- D a v a y, E s : .: "' " . Stewards. V. Peron, Esq., .W+ Montgomeiry - Esq, -,Hobbs,.Es?.,; ;:..,_W-Thomson,:Esq ., V. Doherty, Esq., . fI Raphael, Esq., ,. J: Campbel; Esq; J;o Campbell; Esq,. . C. Roeso; Esoa r;:q...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. THE GREATEST MIRACLE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the Sopiious of our correspondents. THE GREATEST MIRACLE OF THEi ?.' ?.fI TEE7l'I CENT URY. .. TO TUiB EDITOR OF TUE OIPrSLLND TI1IES. Sms,-When one sees a strong powerful man t ierform feats of strength in accordance with 1 his physical 'development, it excites in the C mind no feelings of surprise, it being meiely tho natural working of cause andi ffect, but when, on the other halnd, we behold an astlleitie worn- out old einah performls some feat of strenglh hich eeould only be expected fromi a man., in vigorous hidthl, we are, - naturlndly, antni.ihedl , eild- will be ready, in . all likeliholod, to attribute it to one of two causes, eitlher Lhatt it in one of thoase fitful bldants which ifton prece.lo dissolution or that a minclicl has beoe, woloked one the dyilng man through some of the; hlitdrcd'iandone qucek mnidiehiei of the age in whlich we live. ' I was led inlto. thse 'relections and sage coni oluslons, sir, a few d...
AMERICA. GREAT BATTLES BEFORE RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
AMERICA. : -antr- mrrt rsOir3an ~arso.,v. We' have this month to report the occnrrence before Bichmond ofa series of sir days of battle-from June 25 to July 2-with such dreadful carnage as is scarcely known in modern times. At the date of our last publication, while M'Clellan was cautiously continuing his preparations against Richmond, Beaure gard as anniounoced - to have suddenly evacuated his position at Oirintls in rTennessee, but whither he had gone was i merely matter of conjecture. It is now .clear that at that time Beanregard had been summoned to join the army under the direction of Jefferson Davis, while other 'outlying Confederate contingents were required to do the same. By this rapid concentration, skillfully executed and daringly used at a moment when theo unsustaii.el force under MA'Clellan found itself compelled to abandon the right bank of the Chickahonmin, it-was confiden;tly expected that the capital of Virginia nuight be delivered .from the threatening presence of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
JORPA.N DZGGZNtGS. T EWELL, Auctioneer, has con ; , tsautly on Sale, byPiivate Con tract, PACh and SADDLE HORSES, hobeap. S --.:Apply at tli-t Office, Foster Street, , Salt, . - ,2je 5Pack and Saddle Horses. S . SEWELL h.olds a SALT, by A-Y ction,, every S-hTURDAY,: or Pack and Saddle Horses, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock, 5 a c SATURDAI; 20th+ SEPTEMBER, S, Sale by Auction. OHN SEWELL has i een insiructed - fj" i ýOto se!l;l, h;y auction, oin Saturday, 21 September, imimediately 'after the sale of property-in the estate of-William 'Frost, S l'" 'ontages to F oster ..and ?ork ? reets, i dmiribly adapted'' for business pnrpose.?: Also; 5 :aeres oflaud, and ' ;:``- '1 hal acre ait iIosedalo, . Bothfcentrillysinuatedi SATURDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. ' Sale by Auction. r O- l j SEWEXIJL hill sliimit ,:to p?j: , bic ;- competition. ori Saturday, S27stl September, without reserve. .. 6 saddle andllarness horses ; ". t°.t .1 Family Car, nearly new: Double set of new- silver-mounted .. -harness,--- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
SreUA :TO M 'iLBOUn 'i dAlteratiion in 'dai'a of Sailing for eptenmber. (1H3 fine screw Steamshii,,KEERA j will leave Melbourne .. Satiirdiy, 20th, at aon. FPortAnbert c aotdte fill, e s or Albert at 3Oe, raco:. Yreighb--cold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, I d. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock ni.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets................. £ Available flr 14 days. For freight or" passage apply to TURNBULL, II1OWDEN;, O., Wharf-street, PortAlbert: : All goods'at consigmeos isek,:when landed. All goods discharged,,if ?ot removed fiom the wharf beforo,4 o'cbeck p.m., will lieo stoed at coisgnoeei ' risk and expenseo. o ATSMBR TOTU MITOHEL ANDjiTA3BtO c' HIIB ieamer ENTERPRISE, il'fred: Lh: Morrisby Commander, >will leave thLa .;Trobe :Bridge every..Tuesday: iorsiinin, at, 7 oclock, sharp, for the 'o....:... ES Ca.in' Passengers:... .:,£1 10 0?.:! Steerage . na...... 1 (Including` .eoeea1snent.) a)' 'FREIGHT: To Bairnedale,...
The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 September 1862
;FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER.19, 1862. THE first stp iii the ad;ancement of any new. country is fromn pastoral pursuits- to agricultural. For this, assertion wehave'got the precedent of every known civilised nation which has existed?.-from the beginning of the world tto the present date, :and towards this state of progression North: Gippsland, has made a great stride during the last few days, when over fifty .thousand acres have been purchased and leased under the new Land Act, ._This distribution of the. people'i (lands has. been particularly favorable,. to, the small capitilists; the. allotments~,.were of:,mo.derate size,and thle drawing was so arranged that it *becaoie- a~d imipossibility for anyL:one "perorio to iioriipolize any very externded portion of the country, unless he' afterwards purchased from "the fortuiate posse'sodr laud which may:have adjoined that; which lie had previously drawn for himiself. But a very:few months have elapsed sincei?-e. feidfes-i thbat thhe then existingT ...
A MORAVIAN OLD PARR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
A MonuvrAN OLD rPAnn.-The TT'anderer ofn Vienna states that the now cure ,Fl'Neselhldrlf, iii Iloravia, having beeu inforumed.that a peasnnt was resa dine in, the. neighboring, village of Cztl lude who . ?;s in the 147th year of hi"'i.i. ise,' IIan ivitation to limn to dine with hain; naul a tthe asme time sent a IIa-.If InIti: gig to c. nveC, hiii. The. oldl ui anecelptedi thi in.itatipn to dinner, hlotreilhsad tinh icrri.iic, aiid walked to ithe cuIa'a Ihotae. - Ile stated tlat he lied pa?ned heo greator lpart f his life iu the cottageo which lhe then og upied, tlint lie lad beeoona soldier, and hed remarried at the :ago of ninety .Miilk,?ind s ad libtoes have boen, lie said, hislhioC' nourishineat:t :' far many yearA' I ss.
TWO DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
TWO DAYS';A,,,L TER NEWS FROmL AAMERICA. The Stately brings aNewvYork dates to the 18thl July.:, , . Baton IRogge has not been taken. M'Olellan, reinforcoed;intended tltiing a new. route to Richtmonol,: nhg the Jame:s River; , nvailht nhimself of the assistance of the gun-liontsu It ,ans reported that Pope threatened the. Confederates. ,,flank.; :-,Tho. latter have- retired fifteen, miles, formn the Federal front. Should Pope from 'a junction .witlhMIOlellan,.thoy Wvill cut off the Cooifederatel . from Richdmron.r' ". Price has crossede the ?tisesipipi,: :Te minority of.-'the :Border Staths' menbera had. drawn up: a messag' to the President, stating that, as the leader of the Southern party hadI offered to abolish slavery conditionally upon foreien reucog.itin,, they would recomin r mend their c. nustitents ; to -acce, SLincoln's oemancilpatiou scheme.-Arguo a 22nd Sept.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
JN EWýTRO STOE. , BOOTS AND SHOES, A. very. Lahirg .Assortment, to.hand Sen's Wellingtons ,, iluhei r ,, Watertights ,,.. Aneloeloots, elastic sides ,, Walkiilg Shoes ,, Carpet and Leather Slippers. Ladies'" Cloth Boots I . T,.id Top ,,. Leather Boots ,, Black and Colored Cashmere , Kid' and Satin I ,, k Patent Leather and?Carpet .: - X'" .:.? Slippers. Children's;, all sizes : S3tout.Leather Boots : : Cloth Boots Kid Tops Kid and 'Leaher Shoes lBooteos. Elvackeizle&, Ross. Watchmakers. Jewellers. C. REESE&CO., SA? LE. : a Tob acconists. Stationers. VICTORIA HOU SE9 SALE. PLA?TSHEK, BRAS? C, & Co, Wholesale and Retail; rapers, Clotherand General outfitfterse A Largo and Well selected Stock in indies', M1en', or Childran's BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. -' Licensed Forwarding Agents., TURNBULL, HOWDEN & 00., Port Albert. Storage for Goods Free and Bond. 3ORBDAN DIGGINGS. JAMES DAVEY & CO., )EG. to call the attention of PACK 1) MEN, DIGGERS, an...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
COJIMMILRCIAL. M1ELDOURN1E MARKETS. MeaRrR. Iy. , aand A. S. Klig's Report. Tho cattle market has been fully supplied with good and prhno quality. The domand throughout was good and last weeks rates were mantoitand. We tuik thed market will keep dinn for sdiu weeks to come yet. We quote--Best bullocks at £9 to £10 ; second rate, at frotm £ o 10s to £S 10s; best cows, at £7 10s to £6 10. One pen of very fine cows brought £10 10si . We sold, for John Iing and Co., 154 bullocks at £S 6s 4d; 46 'do £3 18s 5d; 97 cows, £5 1ls 4d. The ceal market has been moderately supplied. Best, crlves may be quoted at from 40s to 42s 6d. We sold a few very fine at the above rate. The sheep market has been moderately sup plied and the demand fair. Prices, _if any thing, were a little below last week's. Bst wethers brought 20s to 22, good do I7i to 1is. Dalmahoy, Camupbell & Co. report '-Fat cattle-A full supply came to hand, number. inug 1247 head. The bulk, hoowver, consistcd of good quality, ...
THE REWARD FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
THE nEWARD FUND. .0 T . RDITOit OF. TIIR Oi1PrSLLND TIMBR. SSn,--Can you inform nm what hao beconme of the funds raised for rewarding tlhe prospec tors of the Jordanu tr?.c I I'ait a subscribor, and, as such, hono somn right to know whether other. people wholhanva promised money have paid it,, and alao \wht w vs done with what was paid by the anbscribaes . Ian, Sir, . Yuur obedient servant, R. HENNISOiN. ' yriloe Dowts, Sept. 24, 1862. [Woe must refer Mr.' lennissn to the Trea. surei, Mr. 0. Ross, for the ilftrmartion lihe raquires, and nis doubt but tlihat gentloeman will hlly satisfy lins, or a;ny sabioriber, oi the sub. jt.-ED. G.L. T.]
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. SEPARATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not Ihid lloriuelvs reipoin ib'. fur the ( oupiniuis of iur curr, eslondeuts. SEPARATION. gei TO TIIH lntrtin or I BiSLr N TUL Ir . s Smn --I deire-to ask' the. inhabitaiuta of n Nyrth Gilppl~l.il, through your colu;neis, if i they have ever considlred the manuorin which tru their interests are being sacrificed by the lire- val sent Ouvernment of Victoria, in that earnest R apirit which its vit.il importahce idemanda it aI" their hands. I desire, sir, tu :lk : IIave they' not seen-have they not re.tdl tuicient to justify them in c.'nolnlhing that everything i pertainlilg to the dlvantitge or adTlvcetuent of by (;ipi)al.lnd is pirai.stently ignored by our thl latelrnal tienerucetet tid that, even where ne they dore not openly oplptu our honest leigti. It' tnite demands, they stoor to evado by trickery, as witness the inill from Sale to the Jordan ? SAnd I would further ask : Iaving maturely considered their duty under these circumi- n stances, are they prepared ...
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
TOWN ; TALK: ;' anti tis rather an extliadinhary fact thiat up to the moment, we havye aeverv had an ofiloial is d of Captaie Co's visit to the lakes. :It , aliod'a a os4ogarblo u Slandiog theria ,which was pmublishied ii atn Argus, and furnished, w. presude, by the to ping reporter of that papr,wiho, it appears, sal not at all immaculato, .having in a recon tnr e derived such information from:n subordi- in e, as turned the rholo tr.ading com uunity mu delbourne into aformaent at the sutpposed ck of a ship between Cape Otway and the rea oda. This report has not satisfied us oen suchin italquestion as tlihe feasibility of sea com- far nication by the Lakes with North Gipps. ncr d, and we consequently. dotermined to find me the troth of the matter beforo we, like our temporay, joined in calling the opening of lakes a bubble. Time, however, demon tes many difficult problems,,and time has coe we us that there are great doubts of the lfo toria ever hlaving anchoredr ff the entrance nm th...
MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. 24th September, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862
MOUNT USEFUL GOLD (rno OUR nOWN coRESFNENTo)ro i) . 24th September, 1862.' Since., llt wrote to you theo fine wea'thear l? 'ntiinod, which hle einabled tlie miners to proccedropidly; with their wdrks, 'and the whole, crook is now boginuing to assume the ippoarance of a hlighly prosperou' gold-fleld. Yoit arb, I dero say, aware that` Donielly's Creek would be more appropriately donomi. prated Donnlily's Digginge, an the upper por tion consists of various creeks, all tributaries of one considerable sized running stream which eompties itseolf into the Aberfeldy. All those creeks have been found to be auriferous, and are now in the occupatioun of differont parties of miners, nwho are either we~rkini i; the beds or making preparatious for washing s the baisks. 5 For some few days we wVore qite upset byh the news from-New .Zooelagd, Several parties immediltely, made preparations for absqtiitu, i lating, and a few sacrilfces n ore hmade of good c laims. Those sacrifices were, however, very...