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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

DEICNOIE oFý UOI1tOLIN1I. -. 1nIn should rocoivo it joyfully nut grntvthily ats i strilciifg prauf tlint it` it physically iuipossiblo for lovely wouan'ito contruct n 'bnd habit.--PuflOhr.··

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Sept. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

SHIPPING INTELLuGENE. PORT ALBERT. AniVEcD.-Sept. 21. Keer, s.s, 114 'tons, S. Patrick, from idel. bourne. ,Turnbull, Howden and Co., agents. nsronTs.-Sopt 21. IKeen from MIelbourne-1 hhd lqr cask and 1 keg brandy, 1 hhd and 1 keg rum, 9 pkgs tobacco, 2 qr casks whisky, 45 pkgs tea, 3 qi coosks wino, O lbng rico, 14 pkgs beer, I cose coflbe, 91 bugs sugar, and sundry freo g6ods. xr?PlrT-Sept. 22. I il. crAimAneo ou -:Sept. 22, Kooris for"Ielbourne;' .a? l? oss.-Sept. 22. Keoea?, s, 114 tou?, S. Patrick, for: Mfolbourneo.'

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

nABLES r Te ARRITAL AND DEPARTURE o0 .- IOLA1D usL, 1862. -1 POST OFFICE, SALE. Hails arrive at : On Iour hisOffie from Melbourne ... Mon. Thur. & Sit. 9 s.mf Rosedale ...... , Traralgon..... ' +I Westbury;.:..' - . | , RusselsCreek . n Dandenong ... -1 " S- .p.m. Alberton ...... Tuesda a& Thura? ys 3.30 Tarravillo:..... Port Albert YarramYarram ,, Stratford ..:... Mondays & Thursdays p.m: 1..B ir sad da e...... I , , , Omeo..... , OMila close at On lour this Office for ' n?a I p.m.a.. Aelberton ..... Tues. Fr. 11.3& TurSdat8 7.30 Rosedale' .....:.-.,l -', ." "t - "l " Tarraoille..... ," I Port Albert... ., . ,, I,,I YarrelmYorrom Dandenong "". " +- , I ,» I ,~ : ,,+ p.m. Alberton .. .:l Ttuesdays & Thursdays 7.30 Port Albert.... , ,, | ,, S'YarramYarram , I, Stratford .....:l Moday &a Thurdoays , B3ulrndale... :. ,, . " o Bruthen .... , ", i, Omeo .. , NOTE.--Letters are forwarded to Port Albert, Taraville, d&., via Rosedade-c...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

S ",*-EXCELSIOR'. .... FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 186s THE New. Zealand rush is now all but defunct, yet, during the short pelriod of its existence, it has pro duced an amount ;of. misery never equalled in the whole history of gold diggings.- But a very few days have passed since the:whole of Dunedin was in one ferment-the populace were told that gold existed in such quantities at Hartley's diggings that any one wishing to make a fortune had only to proceed thither and pick up a bucket-full of the precious metal. The Dunedin papers were filled with exciting details, for which they had no authority-the very Go vernment itself condescended to give publicity to'untruths' and to state ments which the prospectors assert they. had never' authorised them to do-but the reverse has come, and, quick th'ough it has-been, the results ai'e fedrful to' contemplate. As a caution to those who are now halting betweenh two opinions, we quote from the latest accounts received fr6rii the Clutha and Dunedin,...

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THE CLUTHA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

TIHE CLUTIIA DIGGINGS. (r?o:r tkOic aoalo ADVtrTIESc. sver. 17.) At a time likethe present, i hen the inhlic mind is in a ferment over the late tinewts from N"ew .Zellal, and a a sort of general stampede has set in townrdcl.those diggings., informaiuon from persoi s whod. have visited the spot, and whose testi iansy is of the most disinterested character, altd hearing on the face of it nothing but truth, will, no doubt, he icceptedan monst" ----.. valuable. Our itnformant, .M'r llarliottl; an ohl and h;ghly-respected resident among us, together with one of his sons, returneld l t Motinday evening after a nine months' trial of the Necw Zealurod dig gimigs. With regard to the point of attraction, the ground recently discovered by Messrs. Hairley and. Riley,- lihe saas that about three 'weeks since, htearitg the news bought down by those prospectors, lie and n p:arty lfct Weatherstone's for the ClUthal.. \When withini about eight or tea r - mile': of the locality, one of the party went...

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A DIGGER'S REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

A~ DIGGER'S REMINISCENCES. ,cold, bluaterous, sleeti day leaves no very: pleasing' reminiscences: of , au , alpinC jouiney in Austrilia, more particularly when these unpleasant acoompanimouts are attendanit on eadrly thirty milke o dense scrub,'with a track so :.airro. w that th e snags touched the doese whlls, of herbngo' on either side," which ranupi.· groteeq?c forms from ten to ilfteen feot high, aud ovelry now and tht,; yieldhnigto the super lIacumbent weight o fenow wiilch rested on their matted tops, sont down miula. ture avalanches on the head of the traveller. Whilst passing through this scrab there is no place of rest, no water, no norins of kindling a fire-at least osiohl was the staste in which I found it when, in the latter end of last July, I essayed a trip from Sale to the Jordan; I had heard a great deal of tese traoks boefore I. otiated; jmuch had been said of the energy of the piouners, of the hardships they had under. gone, of the privations which they suffered, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

JORDAN DIGGINGS. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. . Applyabt the Ofice, Foster Street, Sale. 20je e Pack and Saddle Horses. M ,1tR1. SEWELL holds a SALE, by ~(_ Auction, every SATURDAY, of Pack and Saddle Horses, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock. Ss a SATURDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. - Sale by Auction. TOHNB. SEWELL will submit, to I Family Car, nearly new . Double set of new silrer-mountcd harnesas, - 1 set of tackling for entire horse 1 set of clothing for race.hors And sundry other go)ods. Sale at 12 o'clock. MONDAY, 13th OCTOBli, Sale by Auction. T SEWELL has?received instructions " .- from David Turubull, Esq., to s hub'mi~ to - Plblic competition; on Monday, 13th October, at the Royal Exchange Hotel, at Three o'clock p.m.. 5 Lots of Land, with a frontage of 25 feet each to Foster street 1 Corner lot, 40 feet to Foster-strect and 66 feet to York-street 1 Lot 66 feet to York-street - 2 Lots 22 feet each to York-street. :: A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

STEAM.,r- TO IN ELBOURNE StHE fine screw Steamship, KEERA .will leave. Port Albert vitli duha' `? dispatch .fteir her arrival from i iel-. Freight old, 2d per ounce. Par Seels over 200 ounces, lid. i Gold, for shijinepit, meeist be entered :.: ,.at tlihe Cuistbms before 10"o'clockli ami on the day of sailing. : Return Tickets..............I5 SAv4ailable for 14 day For freight .or passage apply to TURNBEULI; IIOVWDIEN& 00., :' liWarf--sireet 'PortAlbert:J "' , All goodsatc6nsigneos' irisk' Iwhen " .,. landedt- Ally goods`, discliarged, ifi not removed from the wharf before 4 ocdacik Span., will be stored at? coiisigieesisk and expense. r ac STEAMER: ;,To THE MITOUELL AND TAMBO. •m IE : m tesamer; ENTERPRISE; Alfred S1. Mborrisby.Commanider, will leaIo the La Trobe Bridge every 'Tuesday' ; ' moriig, it 7 :o'clock, sharp; foir the above. FARES - Cabin Passengers. £::. .. I :: 10 :'0 Iteerage . 1;.. 0 : (Iniluding refreshments,.' FREIGHT: To Bairnsdale, per ton,......£1:1"0 0 . ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 September 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The propriety of despatching a sur veyor to report upon the advisability of forming a road to the Jordan Diggings, by way of Yea, was brought under the notice of the Minister of Railways and Roads yesterday, by a deputation, intro duced by Mr. Bennett, M.L.A., mayor Sof Melbourne, Mr. Bennett said he had recently traversed the country, and lie wa3 satisfied that a road from Melbourne to the Jordan, by way of Yea, would be at least ninety miles shorter than the r.od by Seymour, Longwood, and Mansfield. Several of the gentlemen forming the deputation had been over a great portion of the route, and they were prepared to provide a person to show the way tl. anv officer who might be appointed to inspect and report as to the nature and cost of the works required. The making of thl, c road would be the means of opeling- up a largo agricultural district, which l would furnish supplies to the gold-fields; and a survey could be aecomnolihed r without much inconvenience, inasmuc...

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THE WORLD'S FRIEND HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

THE WORLD'S ?FRIEND.,. HOLLOWAY'S: OINTMENT A CURE FOR PILES AND FISTULA .Inflastn ation of- sensitive parts, _i.ils flatulas, and such li'like painful'diseases may il lpieacihtly?' relieved and:ultimately cured by the proper and diligent uoe of this cooling nan heiling Ointment. whose action should, i? such cases, be assisted by'judiciosa, dsesef Pills :-ere many' days have :elapsled :th anxious patient .will experience a wonderful degree; of case fronm this treatinent. Ti fl are equally suitable' to both' sexes, and sl ges, COUGS,CODS, COLDSAND ASTHRIA. These complaints of.the chest come on with. alarmig.. freque!ncy.. 'The Ointment should nssidouusly be rubbcd at leaut twiuesa dayon the chest and behtween the shoulders, whea the violence of all symptoms :will 'gradually give way, the breathing become longer, and the oppreslon.less. No. mendicines are more eltciont in chest complints, none can be used. with equal .safety, and certainty.. Bth Pill and Ointment areo accompanied by v...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

MOUNT. USEFUL GOLD SFIELDS. (iROS OUR OWN CORRnErPONDENT.) Since writing to you, the new rush which I then sekef has been fully established, anr miners larnum nlcma' hrv o eay-aoeri towards there. " This creek, which is ten mile; nearer the Bald Hill than Donnolly's was dis covered by a man of the nano of -Fulton,"an old digger on Russell's Creek, and the disco verer of a quartz reef on that diggings, oil which, however, he abandoned his claim for this side of the country. Already there are nearly 500 diggers on the creek, and by the time you publish this it is probable that there may be double that number; indeed you may be sure of a very large population being settled between the Jordan and Sale before the new year sets in. An abundance of stores hat already been sent in to Fulton's by the Bald Hill packers, and the miners are now at work as if the diggings had been months in operation. 'Before long Mount Useful will present theo'appearance of a mighty ant-hill, as, from informati...

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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 — 3 October 1862

CORRESPONDENOE. Wo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF Tiu OIPPrLAND TIMES. Smi,-Yon have malo, on several oc casions, allusions to a memorial signed at Sale for the purpose of, shewling the Government the necessity of having an escort laid on between .the Jordan and your townahip, and thence, uniting with other branches from Omeo andl the Crooked River, to take all the gold down to Port Albert for shipment by tile treasury. Now, sir,.I must, with regret, let you know the fate of that memorial.' You are aware.that the docnment was brought to Sale by Mr. Robert Turnbull, who got severnl signatures appended tor :it Bit 'ot' being aible "to6 devote' l i much timd to getting it signed as he should have wished, lie left the memorial with Mr. Roderick Mackeizie, who kindly tendered his services .to get it signed. ..It appears that whilu. in this gentleman's custody, hT" entrusted the document to a third party, who, fir reasons best kn...

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FLOUR, GRAIN &C. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

FLouR, Gnar., &c. The grain market continues firm, but with out any alteration in prices, except for horse feed, whiotiis 'rather enhanced in value, owing to the demand for New ealanid. Flour has been iaebrisk demaind, and some large transactions have taken place at Adelaide; 500 tons Hart's brand were sold to one purchaser at £13 per ton F.O R., and consider able quantities Lcave been shipped from that port for Sydny; 'ew Zealand, Queensland, Mauritius, and the Cape of Good Hope. The stocks are now reduced to a very small com pass, and it is expectel that next Lnrvest will find both Victoria and South Australia b.arer of breadatufa than they have buen for some years. Melbourne prices of flour are-town made, £13 'to £14; Adelaide silk dressed, £15. Cork butter is in dema:ad at aI 7d per lb., for the diggings; good bacon readily brings ls per lb.;' Onions are' worth 33s to 40s per ewt good hayis worth£12, and straw, £5 to £6 per ton. Several small parcels of wheat were sent t...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MIARKETS. fMessra. W. E. and A. S. King's Report. A bare market of only about 920 head cattle, and, consequently, a considerable rise in price for all descriptions. Some very good quality cattle went off readily at from 22s. 6d. to 27s. Gd., and for some special pens, fully 30s. per 100. Beat bullocks may be quoted at from £10 .to £11 5a; good useful do, £6 to £8; best cows, £6 10s to £7 12s 6d; good cows, £5 to £5 10s. We auticipate fair prices for another month or six weeks. when we may look forward to the northern cattle coming down, as the rains have at last fallen in' suf ficient quantities to produce fat cattle rapidly at this time of the year.- ,ye have sold 99 bead of Gippsland bullocks from the Heart at £5 10s. to £11 5s., average, £6 8s 8d. The veal market has beei.'moderately supplied with good Colac, the best of which went off at from 30s to 47e; we sold a few from the Heart, 'at from 271 to 42 '6d. ,The sheep market has also been barely supplied, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

Watchmakers. Jewellers. C. REESE &C O., El E Tacconits. . . tationers. VICTORIA HOUSE, SALE. PLAT SHEK, BRASCII, & Co. Wholesale and Fetail Drapers, Clothiers, and .General Outfitters. A Largo and Wall-selected Stock in Ladies', Maon's, or Children's BOOTS and:SHOES always on hand. Licensed Forwardisng Agents. TURNBULL, HOWDEN, & CO., Port Albert. Storage for Goods FrBe and Bond. 19 c 301.DAW .W DG4GGINGS." JAMES DAVEY & CO., B EG to call the attention of PACK M EN, DIGGERS, and OT tIERS proceeding to the abivo Diggings to their Large . Stock of Drapery. Grocery. Boots,. Shoes, Etc., specially slected. for the Digging Trade, and now oflfring at the Lowest. Remuuera tive Prices for.CAS11 only. Gippsland l £ art, NEAR THE POLICE STATION SOjee s FOSTER STREET. M.R JOHN W. PETTIT, Architect & Surveyor, I NFORIMS'tho Public that, having resigned the appointment, lately held by.hins under the Government, he has conmmenced the practice of his protfea...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR" FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

" EXCELSIORo FRIDA.Y, OCTOBER 3, 1302. What is td be 'done with the Land Fund ? - This is a question which is now becom?e of considerable -impor tance to this district. A very large amount of money, has been raised from the sale and rent of Crown lands, and how far this is available for local expenditure is an enquiry which-we think it is now our duty to make. The new land law in this matter, as "itis` in' its general con struction, is so loose that 'the Go vernment '6f the day may apply a large portion of the revenue to any favored district which they may choose, for'the purpose of construct ing railways or paying those bonds which weregiven on the security of the public lands of the colony. Let us now see -what the land law says as to the disposal of the land revenue. " The purchase money and rent will igo into .the.public treasury, out of which one-fourth is to be expended e on paying the passages of immigrants to keep the market supplied with labor, and fill up the places of tho...

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GIPPSLAND LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

GIPPSLAND .LAhKES. (msoM TUN PUI3LI LANDOS, OoULAR, nO. 2.) Thb Inspoctor-Geoial'' ''of Publid Worlis having visitoel Gipsflnnd I.tlboi, hoo mado tho following report on hen s:thject of rendering tllem accessiblefrium the sen. Department of Public Works, :Melybourne, Anugut 30, 1S02., SiF,-:tl,do i'sylf the hoIiour to re port thliat in accordance with youiirt ii structions, I have examined the outlet to. the sea from the' Gipilsand lakes, ,fir tihe purpose of ascertaining the prac ticability or othlerwise of forming; andr : Mlaintainiing a permanent entrance, to these lkes ; and, if practicable, the pro bable coat. While at Port Albert, on my way to the laike entrance, I ascertainled that both thie iarbour master and one of his beat's crew had some knowledge of it; the fCrlner as it existetl some ninoteen years ago, and tile latter as it existed three or four years ago. From the intformation they afforded mi, it appears That the entrance has shift~m at least one mile, it an easterly...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

TOWN' TALK. Wo fnd by , advortlaemont In our olumns of to~daytkltt the Ioi3, fobolt Tbuglton, of Clyde Bank, is againO about to present himself for election as representtivehe lative Council for theEastern Pror which divisian he has sat as member fo0 lst six year, the last two years of wh has occupied the seat as 'Chairman of l. mittees. We are glad to find that the gentleman is so far recverd frol m " serious, accident that he. finds his.,il enough for the resumption of his dutie isel House. We have not heard of any oPputi being as yet O n foot which may ed?alger uo Thomson's return. We have received a preliminary propeý0 of a Melbourne and Gippsland Canal Cow" forwarded to us by Mr. E. 11 Lttot t secretary pro tem. The prospectus sates'tM it is proposedlt'fform a'company for the( mation of a canal between the hLead of navigation of the Latrobe River .and. Ooordialio creek,, fifteenminiles south of lh, bourne. Thoe traek of the proposed e?amh through tho iMoo' and Great, Swamp, n t...

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IMPORTANT REPORT FROM JORDAN GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

IiIPORTANT REPORT FPOm o s JORDAN G OLD-FIELD3. The fulbnwing highly im:)ortant inforijntion from the G(lipp.lanI .,told fields iLached theu President of the Board of Land andl Woriks in a letter from a Government official. lie futlst that it. is of a character which demiands its imnmediate publication: Sept. 12. I have been as fan as the Lower t Jordan, or "Violet-town," and was t obliged to return to assist in getting up my instruments and tents. t On my return, T visited the new rush I at Donnelly's Orceek, where those who I hase washed in arc well satiefied with I the resfilt. h:lvii g made at least one o:mlce of gold. per munll per flay. This I I amn quite celtsinl of. hriving witnessed the olperli'lm more. tham once, when more th ano iln.l a quarter ounce was obtained. There are filly 5,000 miners engaged in this district. Those who have claims I are satisfied;those 'who are in full working order are makninsg small fortunes.; Ilit the pnor_.felld'rs: wlio Slisve-naot obtsivied...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

to THE WAR -Ii AMERICA. is (reoao Teus SIYDNEY SMOuNING IICRALD S, 2Sr, 2.) e By the.Stately, Captain Witcherley, we i have intelligeince, .eia. Onlifornia, from s. New York and Vashlington, to the 17th r. ofJuly. e Unfortunately, telegraphic commsiaica* s tion had been stopped, since the evening of the ISth, a violent stortn at Omaha having a cut off the circuit. But for this untoward r event, we should have had three days' f later from the seat of war-viz., to the 1' 21st, our California dates being to the 2ond of July. The news is more exci t ting thano important. W\e quote as follows from the telegrams of thie Daily Evening Bulletin : - " Bahlimore, J?ly 13.--Pittsburg papers say that Magruder has been re lieved from his command. In his address to his troops, he said he was going to a distant antd important conmmand. The same paper says it is a matter ofcoiigritti lation that the position of Ml'Ciellan's army is in the hottest soil of Virginia, and outside of other troops it has...

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