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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,648
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,350
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,728
...
115 AnnieR 441,183
116 cmdevine 440,421
117 Kiefer 437,579
118 Wendy 433,043
119 elclare 432,494
120 raewilson 426,249

433,043 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,203
September 2019 1,422
August 2019 2,346
July 2019 638
June 2019 3,586
May 2019 8,012
April 2019 5,576
March 2019 1,927
February 2019 1,963
January 2019 11,132
December 2018 8,617
November 2018 7,858
October 2018 10,821
September 2018 3,836
August 2018 7,172
July 2018 7,063
June 2018 9,234
May 2018 5,071
April 2018 11,862
March 2018 16,537
February 2018 11,413
January 2018 4,413
December 2017 12,105
November 2017 13,988
October 2017 21,557
September 2017 13,281
August 2017 1,946
July 2017 2,637
June 2017 1,846
May 2017 191
March 2017 282
February 2017 210
January 2017 1,525
December 2016 215
November 2016 614
October 2016 3,630
September 2016 6,355
August 2016 435
July 2016 6,605
June 2016 3,389
May 2016 38
April 2016 528
March 2016 1,495
February 2016 10
January 2016 742
December 2015 298
November 2015 1,181
October 2015 794
September 2015 4,497
August 2015 350
July 2015 2,550
June 2015 1,774
May 2015 1,383
April 2015 2,785
March 2015 4,600
February 2015 1,914
January 2015 2,602
December 2014 234
November 2014 1,306
October 2014 5,185
September 2014 4,376
August 2014 3,113
July 2014 1,621
June 2014 1,149
May 2014 2,015
April 2014 1,915
March 2014 1,204
February 2014 796
January 2014 1,096
December 2013 3,736
November 2013 2,092
October 2013 2,479
September 2013 4,732
August 2013 5,576
July 2013 1,947
June 2013 1,699
May 2013 2,194
April 2013 2,900
March 2013 115
January 2013 1,257
December 2012 2,989
November 2012 5,066
October 2012 96
September 2012 1,244
August 2012 907
July 2012 587
June 2012 1,543
May 2012 4,404
April 2012 1,058
March 2012 845
February 2012 670
January 2012 1,707
December 2011 2,475
November 2011 2,698
October 2011 5,095
September 2011 1,295
August 2011 3,120
July 2011 5,418
June 2011 4,306
May 2011 3,872
April 2011 7,512
March 2011 2,385
February 2011 1,859
January 2011 1,760
December 2010 7,544
November 2010 2,201
October 2010 2,063
September 2010 1,410
August 2010 925
July 2010 896
June 2010 2,202
May 2010 1,168
April 2010 3,155
March 2010 1,734
February 2010 1,023
January 2010 3,865
December 2009 3,932
November 2009 740
October 2009 1,033
September 2009 4,208
August 2009 1,626
July 2009 589
June 2009 105
May 2009 25
February 2009 1,437
January 2009 309
December 2008 494
November 2008 3,396
October 2008 5,322
September 2008 2,029
August 2008 910

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,782,446
2 noelwoodhouse 3,896,967
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,329
5 Rhonda.M 3,094,715
...
114 AnnieR 440,161
115 cmdevine 439,641
116 Kiefer 435,852
117 Wendy 432,769
118 elclare 432,494
119 raewilson 426,249

432,769 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 4,203
September 2019 1,422
August 2019 2,346
July 2019 638
June 2019 3,586
May 2019 8,012
April 2019 5,569
March 2019 1,927
February 2019 1,963
January 2019 11,018
December 2018 8,606
November 2018 7,858
October 2018 10,704
September 2018 3,836
August 2018 7,172
July 2018 7,063
June 2018 9,234
May 2018 5,071
April 2018 11,839
March 2018 16,535
February 2018 11,413
January 2018 4,413
December 2017 12,105
November 2017 13,988
October 2017 21,557
September 2017 13,281
August 2017 1,946
July 2017 2,637
June 2017 1,846
May 2017 191
March 2017 282
February 2017 210
January 2017 1,525
December 2016 215
November 2016 614
October 2016 3,630
September 2016 6,355
August 2016 435
July 2016 6,605
June 2016 3,389
May 2016 38
April 2016 528
March 2016 1,495
February 2016 10
January 2016 742
December 2015 298
November 2015 1,181
October 2015 794
September 2015 4,497
August 2015 350
July 2015 2,550
June 2015 1,774
May 2015 1,383
April 2015 2,785
March 2015 4,600
February 2015 1,914
January 2015 2,602
December 2014 234
November 2014 1,306
October 2014 5,185
September 2014 4,376
August 2014 3,113
July 2014 1,621
June 2014 1,149
May 2014 2,015
April 2014 1,915
March 2014 1,204
February 2014 796
January 2014 1,096
December 2013 3,736
November 2013 2,092
October 2013 2,479
September 2013 4,732
August 2013 5,576
July 2013 1,947
June 2013 1,699
May 2013 2,194
April 2013 2,900
March 2013 115
January 2013 1,257
December 2012 2,989
November 2012 5,066
October 2012 96
September 2012 1,244
August 2012 907
July 2012 587
June 2012 1,543
May 2012 4,404
April 2012 1,058
March 2012 845
February 2012 670
January 2012 1,707
December 2011 2,475
November 2011 2,698
October 2011 5,095
September 2011 1,295
August 2011 3,120
July 2011 5,418
June 2011 4,306
May 2011 3,872
April 2011 7,512
March 2011 2,385
February 2011 1,859
January 2011 1,760
December 2010 7,544
November 2010 2,201
October 2010 2,063
September 2010 1,410
August 2010 925
July 2010 896
June 2010 2,202
May 2010 1,168
April 2010 3,155
March 2010 1,734
February 2010 1,023
January 2010 3,865
December 2009 3,932
November 2009 740
October 2009 1,033
September 2009 4,208
August 2009 1,626
July 2009 589
June 2009 105
May 2009 25
February 2009 1,437
January 2009 309
December 2008 494
November 2008 3,396
October 2008 5,322
September 2008 2,029
August 2008 910

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 311,213
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
190 lpcurley 279
191 TessieMelle 279
192 jlally 275
193 wendy 274
194 toddy11 273
195 Fernando147 272

274 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2019 7
January 2019 114
December 2018 11
October 2018 117
April 2018 23
March 2018 2


Recent corrections

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WALHALLA. Thursday, July 5. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 12 July 1866 [Issue No.527] page 3 2019-10-16 22:31 solicitors 'and two barristem.at.law having
mado a descent here, were engaged on beo
half of their clients, all with various. fortune.
riny debt seiumonase or the other small fry,
the legal cookery Ot which occupieaso muich
time. One of the most important eases to the
Tno case was opened by Mr. Bushe for com. I
plaianut. Mr. S nith, barrister, of Wood's
The cane was dismissel, on the grolnd that
Act, he not having had sullicient time to plro
ecrtificate of such registration. Thus the
T' LoEndoT Q. M. Co. v. Exlcelsior Q. M.
Co., of Donnelly's Crook.--This was an ac
Pifine, appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. Bushe
important evidence. lMr. Smith took objec
defendants had received duo notice. The
application' was granted until 15th August
next. Costs; £20 17s Od,
SkbyaI:Mlnti'Q.M. Os: v..HendonlesQ.J.
Co.-Encroachment. Mr. eiishe for' plain.
drawn ; £10 Gs costs.
In consequence of the many rumours our.
rent about the discovery of a valuable roof
at Russell's Creek,'Mr. R. T. Burr, a gentle
make a tour of inspoction of the place men
tioned. His report is not favourablo to the
hopes of .' Speculator." He states that on
Iproceding to the locality, about three miles
down the creek, lhe was shown a large hole
full of water; this is where the roof is said
him; lhe saw nothing to denote its existence
on either bacek. He states it to ho very
doubtful if anything like a roof, properly so
called, has been 'found there, although gold
bearing leoaders have been discovered in tlhe
opinion that if at any time a quartz roof is
found there, it will bo at a depth considerably
848 oz., of retorted gel fromn 220 tons of
TheSouth GippalaindOompany aronorget
ting into good working' order, having coin
menced stoking. They are. about to pnut
more mon at the work,, and are obtaining
The North Gippsland edntinuos crushing,
arid the tables are looking bettor: than
hitherto. .
The Shamrock Company's iaose ?have a
tunnel about 30 feet along the reef. , The
about 3 feeot.
I-July 0.
The share .market has 'been very dull
during tihe week. A good donleandl for Girl's
Rooeef shares still exists ,last sales realised
22s. 6d.; this'price was the result of a
forced sale, in consequenco of their being sold
may; however,' be confidenitly, expected
during the wneel - Other mining companiesa'
Stringer's .Cioek Tramway Company.
Shaes, can be obtained .in this ontorprisi at
208.
No 8, North Coben'seReef., (Wellesley).
It is just rumoured that they have "itrntk.ci
roof 3 feot:thick; but tliis requires~ confirlla
tion. :
solicitors 'and two barristers-at.law having
made a descent here, were engaged on be
half of their clients, all with various fortune
any debt summonses or the other small fry,
the legal cookery of which occupies so muich
time. One of the most important cases to the
The case was opened by Mr. Bushe for com
plainant. Mr. Smith, barrister, of Wood's
The case was dismissel, on the ground that
Act, he not having had sufficient time to pro
certificate of such registration. Thus the
The London Q. M. Co. v. Exlcelsior Q. M.
Co., of Donnelly's Creek.--This was an ac
Point, appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. Bushe
important evidence. Mr. Smith took objec
defendants had received due notice. The
application was granted until 15th August
next. Costs; £20 17s 6d,
Royal Mint Q.M. Co. v. Hercules Q.M.
Co.-Encroachment. Mr. Bushe for plain
drawn ; £10 5s costs.
In consequence of the many rumours cur
rent about the discovery of a valuable reef
at Russell's Creek, Mr. R. T. Burr, a gentle
make a tour of inspection of the place men
tioned. His report is not favourable to the
hopes of ' Speculator." He states that on
proceding to the locality, about three miles
down the creek, he was shown a large hole
full of water; this is where the reef is said
him; he saw nothing to denote its existence
on either bank. He states it to be very
doubtful if anything like a reef, properly so
called, has been found there, although gold
bearing leaders have been discovered in the
opinion that if at any time a quartz reef is
found there, it will be at a depth considerably
848¾ oz., of retorted gold from 220 tons of
The South Gippsland Company are now get
ting into good working order, having com
menced stoking. They are about to put
more men at the work,, and are obtaining
The North Gippsland continues crushing,
and the tables are looking better than
hitherto.
The Shamrock Company's lease have a
tunnel about 30 feet along the reef. The
about 3 feet.
July 9.
The share market has been very dull
during the week. A good demand for Girl's
Reef shares still exists last sales realised
22s. 6d.; this price was the result of a
forced sale, in consequence of their being sold
may, however, be confidenitly, expected
during the week. Other mining companies'
Stringer's Creek Tramway Company.
Shares can be obtained in this enterprise at
20s.
No 8, North Cohen's Reef (Wellesley).
It is just rumoured that they have struck a
reef 3 feet thick; but this requires confirma
tion.
WALHALLA. Thursday, July 5. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 12 July 1866 [Issue No.527] page 3 2019-10-16 22:23 IVALITALLA.
(PRoM OUR OW CORRESPONDBNT.)
Tho great event at this place is most un
questionably the wardein's day. Mr. Warden
Foster has opened his Court hero this day.
It having boon smoothed and the' duty very
Quinan, who being hero some time previous,
iosued a nlumber of summosooso-about 70,
thus saving moch valualeo timeo for the trans.
array of logaladvisers, was, to our cnaecuu.
tomned visions, somewouhat formiildablo--three
WALHALLA.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
The great event at this place is most un
questionably the warden's day. Mr. Warden
Foster has opened his Court here this day.
It having been smoothed and the' duty very
Quinan, who being here some time previous,
issued a number of summonses - about 70,
thus saving much valuable time for the trans
array of legal advisers, was, to our unaccus
tomed visions, somewhat formidable - three
CROOKED RIVER. Grant, July 6, 1866. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 12 July 1866 [Issue No.527] page 3 2019-10-16 22:22 In glancing over'a portion of your leading a
That your prognostications regarding this I
district will, are long, be fully borne out by 1
facts I am perfectly certain; for, although I
making its way on its own merits and under, t
every 'disadvantage, yet there can" be no
sooond opinion that our quartz mines are now
in a healthier state and of considerably more c
valioe'thast they aver were since this place
was first diseoverq.l. There is no doubt that
Crooked River shares, with some few excep-l
tions, are an unsalenble article; but that does'
iot prove that because they are unsaleablo
have sustained by abandoning their interests I
which ,were abandoned by Melbourne people
enterprising miners with almost invariably i
payable results, and there is not the slightest t
held shares in reefs here will find to' their
cost that they have in msny instances aban- i
mention several which-have occurred lately
matter; however, under the circumstances I
of some of the new discoveries-or rather t
certainly advise people having shares not td
Separation Day passed off very, quietly,
closed during the lay, no other difference
,warned the lovers ofTerpsiehoro that Separ
ationlDay had doparteod.
, The Yankee's -Day passed even quieter
appearances, I should imaginoe our population
of wooden nutmegs. .
The past week has booeen a remarkably
'also a blank. This is, I believe, the first
congratulate ourselveos on the well-conducted
The Mornmgton machine finished crushing
for the Jolly Sailora (St. Leger), the yield
from which is considerably less than thie lasbut
crushing. This .was unexpected, as tiio
tributors fully expocted it would slhape bttar.
Thie amount of stone was also loss than was
some of the tributors performing' the Jolly
Sailor In too liberal a manner. This may
also in like manneor account for the indiflo
the reef must have boon taken out muoh
lower, than was noecessary The amount of
stooe crushed was 30 tons, which yielded 18
dwts tbo-the ton. The machine will this
w?ek be engaged orushing for thed Glen Ora
tributors.- They will' have about 30 tons,
but from the appearanoo of the stuff I don't
Tihe washstone has not boeo packed as yet;
the, saute. They have driven into the old
oarkingse, rid ,will, Ilbelievl'o,' ahrtly com
Smonesinkisig :seo-as- to lmovo; ho roof to
wate'r level; . I have been fnformed lihat No.
G West had struck the reeof. ,o. 1 Weost is
looking exceeditgly well, asd 'No. 1 East
have also struck good gold..
Tho Britannia chi is now crushing the
Tho, Globomachino has iilnshed crushing
for tbhe 1Rso andd Cro'n., The amount of
stoio crushlied was 20 tons, which yielded
I oz. 3 dwt, to the .toa. Mr. Nevins, the
Globe manager, informed me that mdree gold
would be 'as soon its heo was enabled to effect
some alterations in the. saving apparatus,
which at presoaent is aiything but perfeoot
Next week they will crush for the Piinco of
Wales, and the weak following for the Rose
of Australia... This' machine will, I expect,!
be now; constantly employed. Mr. Nevins
intends giving the working- men having
get parcels of stone crushed. This is a stop
in tlse right dsriction, and will, I believe, hb
the cause of all claims near, the ,inachino
The Goad Hpe haveo this week crushed 73
i amn informed that this company have do.,
laroed a thirdl dividend of s. per scrip, mak,
ing a total of £1 Is. This' does not at first
seem much, but when you'consider that iu
was several thousand pounls in debt, and by
amoeult of £1 Is per scrip have been paid, it
is; .1' thilnk, quite sufficient to enable the
Good' Hope to be classed as one of the best
companies in'Gippsland.
Mr. Thompso i, b patent. saving apparatus
is, I am` informed, about to la tried at
Chines,' nd' vill iii about a month be pro.
minently before the public ;' aidsthat it will
Another now reef, has been diseavecol this
neuw find ii Good Luck Creek, near the junce
tion 'df the two 'branchels. A prospecting
claim has beao rogistorel by Mooney, who
has named the rooeef the luvinciblo. It is ro
ported' to 'be amazingly rich, but dificult to
got at. I have been shown some specimens
taken from the roof whichllook remarkably
well, and the gold very coarse. The prospoc.
tors have bared the roof for some distance,
and it shows an averagoe Wividth of about
ighltoeon inches:
I have beeon informo:ls.that some of the
In glancing over a portion of your leading
That your prognostications regarding this
district will, are long, be fully borne out by
facts I am perfectly certain; for, although
making its way on its own merits and under
every disadvantage, yet there can be no
second opinion that our quartz mines are now
in a healthier state and of considerably more
value than they ever were since this place
was first discovered. There is no doubt that
Crooked River shares, with some few excep-
tions, are an unsaleable article; but that does
not prove that because they are unsaleable
have sustained by abandoning their interests
which were abandoned by Melbourne people
enterprising miners with almost invariably
payable results, and there is not the slightest
held shares in reefs here will find to their
cost that they have in msny instances aban-
mention several which have occurred lately
matter; however, under the circumstances
of some of the new discoveries-or rather
certainly advise people having shares not to
Separation Day passed off very quietly,
closed during the day, no other difference
warned the lovers of Terpsichore that Separ
ation Day had departed.
The Yankee's Day passed even quieter
appearances, I should imagine our population
of wooden nutmegs.
The past week has been a remarkably
also a blank. This is, I believe, the first
congratulate ourselves on the well-conducted
The Mornington machine finished crushing
for the Jolly Sailors (St. Leger), the yield
from which is considerably less than the last
crushing. This was unexpected, as the
tributors fully expocted it would shape better.
The amount of stone was also less than was
some of the tributors performing the Jolly
Sailor in too liberal a manner. This may
also in like manner account for the indiffe
the reef must have been taken out much
lower, than was necessary The amount of
stone crushed was 30 tons, which yielded 18
dwts the the ton. The machine will this
week be engaged crushing for the Glen Ora
tributors. They will have about 30 tons,
but from the appearance of the stuff I don't
The washstone has not been packed as yet;
the same. They have driven into the old
workings, and will, I believe, shortly com
mence sinking so as to prove the reef to
water level. I have been informed that No.
5 West had struck the reef. No. 1 West is
looking exceedingly well, and No. 1 East
have also struck good gold.
The Britannia machine is now crushing the
The Globe machine has finished crushing
for the Rose and Crown. The amount of
stone crushed was 20 tons, which yielded
1 oz. 3 dwt, to the ton. Mr. Nevins, the
Globe manager, informed me that more gold
would be as soon as he was enabled to effect
some alterations in the saving apparatus,
which at present is anything but perfect.
Next week they will crush for the Prince of
Wales, and the week following for the Rose
of Australia. This machine will, I expect,
be now constantly employed. Mr. Nevins
intends giving the working men having
get parcels of stone crushed. This is a step
in the right dsriction, and will, I believe, be
the cause of all claims near, the machine
The Good Hope have this week crushed 73
I am informed that this company have de
clared a third dividend of 5s per scrip, mak
ing a total of £1 1s. This does not at first
seem much, but when you consider that in
was several thousand pounds in debt, and by
amount of £1 1s per scrip have been paid, it
is, I think, quite sufficient to enable the
Good Hope to be classed as one of the best
companies in Gippsland.
Mr. Thompson's patent saving apparatus
is, I am informed, about to be tried at
Clunes, and will in about a month be pro
minently before the public; and that it will
Another now reef, has been discovered this
new find is Good Luck Creek, near the junc
tion of the two branches. A prospecting
claim has been registered by Mooney, who
has named the reef the lnvincible. It is re
ported to be amazingly rich, but dificult to
get at. I have been shown some specimens
taken from the reef which look remarkably
well, and the gold very coarse. The prospec
tors have bared the reef for some distance,
and it shows an average width of about
eighteen inches.
I have been informed that some of the
TOWN TALK. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 10 January 1866 [Issue No.450] page 2 2019-10-16 22:09 atten, and Davey; committee, Mesrss.
. F. Liston, Dr. Iedley, G. Gellatly,
ghegan, P. Platt, W. J. Tricks, H.
censary in the above list, an some con.
asvisable for one person to hold more
following communication has been re.
the trustees of the Sale Botanical Gar.
t.in.aid for purposes of fencing and im-.
am directed by the Hon. the Commis.
plying, on behalf of thoe tree
the Botanical Gardens- at Sale, for
lbs respectively'; while a wether, only
old, wenti fully up to 70 lbs. This
well for ther fattening' qualities of The
tion.
'arra, of Happy-go-Lucky, has just
from Melbourne en routelfor Strin
eek. He brings with him two quartz
machines, one for tihe Brittannia,
other for the North Gippsland Corn.
The machine for the Blrittannia is of
e-power, and the one for' the North
ndt . horse. Both will work'ten
I stamps, and are fitted for both
g ands pumping. It is expeted .they
roealy to. commence operations in
hree months.
resting or eatisfactory. Nothing seems
too high or too low for tbhei-frm 'a
r. A gentleman residing a short die.
out of Sale, gives us the following ne
ltle for some purpose, at a late hour,
a manner that excited bis eospicion.
ick a match to light his pipe, and watch
wanderer, the moment the lighted match ,
his eye, he took himself off " full chisel".
Green Hills Road, with the 'tother after.
Thus they continued for nearly a, mile,
direct for it, and soon behold what he
ed to be the suspiclous "Individual
ed, by the throat, exclaiming, "Now
t you-you - rascal I" But, to his
derment, instead of a-man, he found in
rme-where certainly no such goods ought
-inatead of the thieving biped he had
is still a mystery. No doubt this is.
olice are on the alert.
sinity On Grant,- however, observes the
led River Chronicle, there are some cha
rs who can accomplish anything In a small
SLtely, the timber stocked up in the Camp
rte for the new lock-up diminlshed in
Oession required. Light.*nger practice
-supected, and the police waent in searachb,
ircturned unsteuesanfl. Dnrlug Thursday
I half a dray loualu was brought back and
I tudor one of the constable's windowas'
thief is snplponed to have eased his mind if
his conscielece.
he Ouardiia mentions that on Wedneseday
l about six o'lock a fire biroke out in an usn.
pit house at tihe rear of Black's store, Tar.
ll, and before the flames coull be got
a ts destroyeld. The origin of the fire we
Snnabh to learn, but are glaul to say Mlr.
saucceeded in saving his furniture.
epecial general meeting of the sharoe
ders of tihe South Crinoline Amnalgamatel
Spany was held at the office, Melbournon
Wednemlray tb o 3rd int. Tlhe Argua re
a that the following resolution was car.
unanimously :-_,That the making of
angements for relucing the quiartoa of the
T pany he loft in tho hands of the board of
ectr'a it leing undersotooil that, in the
eat of the Concord Company offering no.
ru fal'orablo tritn tithan thoso nmado, the
ra rceCl to call for tenulers for the ores.
jai .?clijtrm." ..-m
Adelaide telegrams published ih Saturday's
atten, and Davey; committee, Messrs.
. F. Liston, Dr. Hedley, G. Gellatly,
eghegan, P. Platt, W. J. Tricks, H.
censary in the above list, as some con
advisable for one person to hold more
following communication has been re
the trustees of the Sale Botanical Gar
t.in.aid for purposes of fencing and im-
am directed by the Hon. the Commis
plying, on behalf of the trus
the Botanical Gardens at Sale, for
lbs respectively; while a wether, only
old, went fully up to 70 lbs. This
well for ther fattening qualities of The
ation.
Yarra, of Happy-go-Lucky, has just
d from Melbourne en route for Strin
[Cr]eek. He brings with him two quartz
g machines, one for the Brittannia,
other for the North Gippsland Com
The machine for the Brittannia is of
e-power, and the one for the North
nd 35 horse. Both will work ten
f stamps, and are fitted for both
g and pumping. It is expeted they
e ready to commence operations in
three months.
resting or satisfactory. Nothing seems
too high or too low for them-from a
r. A gentleman residing a short dis
out of Sale, gives us the following ac
ble for some purpose, at a late hour,
a manner that excited his suspicion.
ruck a match to light his pipe, and watch
wanderer, the moment the lighted match
his eye, he took himself off " full chisel"
Green Hills Road, with the 'tother after
Thus they continued for nearly a mile,
direct for it, and soon beheld what he
ed to be the suspicious individual
sed, by the throat, exclaiming, "Now
ot you-you - rascal I" But, to his
derment, instead of a man, he found in
arms-where certainly no such goods ought
-instead of the thieving biped he had
is still a mystery. No doubt this is
police are on the alert.
cinity On Grant, however, observes the
[Croo]ked River Chronicle, there are some cha
[racte]rs who can accomplish anything in a small
. Lately, the timber stocked up in the Camp
rve for the new lock-up diminished in
occasion required. Light-finger practice
supected, and the police went in search,
returned unsuccessful. During Thursday
t half a dray load was brought back and
l under one of the constable's windows.
thief is supposed to have eased his mind if
his conscience.
The Guardian mentions that on Wedneseday
at about six o'clock a fire broke out in an un
[occu]pied house at the rear of Black's store, Tar
[ravi]lle, and before the flames could be got
, was destroyed. The origin of the fire we
e unable to learn, but are glad to say Mr.
succeeded in saving his furniture.
A special general meeting of the share
holders of the South Crinoline Amalgamated
Company was held at the office, Melbourne
Wednesday the 3rd inst. The Argus re
ports that the following resolution was car
ried unanimously :- That the making of
arrangements for reducing the quartz of the
Company be left in the hands of the board of
Directors, it being understood that, in the
ore favorable terms than those made, the
ard proceed to call for tenders for the erec
machinery."
Adelaide telegrams published in Saturday's
TOWN TALK. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 10 January 1866 [Issue No.450] page 2 2019-10-16 21:57 atten, and Davey; committee, Mesrsn.
atten, and Davey; committee, Mesrss.
TOWN TALK. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Wednesday 10 January 1866 [Issue No.450] page 2 2019-10-16 21:56 S.TOWN TALK.
Intelligonooo reachid Snlo yesterdoy that De.
0 Cohen's (Golden Fleece) struck the roof on the
bth of January, and that it 1h all the oppep"r
sces of.helng very rich, as gold can be aen
plentifully distributed through the stoneo Ae'
counta differ oa to the width of the reef, blt 1
Inohbon seems to be the truth. All agree, haeM
ever, on :to it. rlobnesa.
The oscort from Stringoer's Crook, bwhich
'arrived yesterday, brought down 2500 o.' of
gold, which wero lodged in the Ilnuk of
There is now at tholB?nk of Victoria, sale,
Creek dllggings, weighing about 68 ozs. The
gold is nuggoty, in pioces of from 1 to 12
ounces in weight, and was obtained fm
shallow alluvial workings by three men d o'
are reported to be now out prospectitg f?r
fresh ground. Doggy Crook ih 0lhoit twenty
miles distnnt from lBirnedale.
A meeting of the North flipptl"ad pitldnf
Soolety was helld on Monday evenin'g la,, f
the purpose of adopting rules for the ,ldnni"'e
of the socieoty. nd for the election'f ofT 'e
TOWN TALK.
Intelligence reached Sale yesterday that No.
5 Cohen's (Golden Fleece) struck the reef on the
6th of January, and that it has all the appear
ance of being very rich, as gold can be seen
plentifully distributed through the stone. Ac
counts differ as to the width of the reef, but 18
inches seems to be the truth. All agree, how
ever, as to its richness.
The escort from Stringer's Creek, which
arrived yesterday, brought down 2500 ozs. of
gold, which were lodged in the Bank of
There is now at the Bank of Victoria, Sale,
Creek diggings, weighing about 68 ozs. The
gold is nuggety, in pioces of from 1 to 12
ounces in weight, and was obtained from
shallow alluvial workings by three men who
are reported to be now out prospecting for
fresh ground. Boggy Creek is about twenty
miles distant from Bairnsdale.
A meeting of the North Gippsland Building
Society was held on Monday evening last, for
the purpose of adopting rules for the guidance
of the society, and for the election of office
THE JORDAN AND BEE-BEE GOLD-FIELDS. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 16 May 1862 [Issue No.42] page 3 2019-10-16 21:51 THIE JORDAN AND BEE-BEE
allowed for aslpli|ations to be sent in.
Sale, 12th May, 1862.
THE JORDAN AND BEE-BEE
allowed for applications to be sent in.
"Sale, 12th May, 1862.
LOCAL NEWS. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 16 May 1862 [Issue No.42] page 3 2019-10-16 21:48 At the Ploughling Match dinne;r, r. WV 'T
Dawson, the Chair'man, in introducing the
toast of. ?is Royal Ilighuesa the Prince of
Walke, feelingly alluded to the blank which
had been left in thee.Royal Family slnce the
agriceiltural meeting. He said that Prince
he ans a great experimetnal farmer, and that
dote as much or more, for the farmer than
th Ricdeipt and Pay Office, Palmerston..
482 Kinley,.James, 10a., Bundalngunal
" Cuddihy, Daniel, 10a., Bundalngnah
SAllen, John, 10a., Bundaliguuh
'" ,O'H i;:Wiliabn, 10a., Bundnlagnial'
SFIallheOe Patrick, .10a., 'Bundalaguah
Rawlinson, Thoanas.Ellis, 5a.; Rosedalo
*" Luke, lepry, bn., Rosedalo
" Turnbill, John" Fowler, 5a, Rosedale
" Riutoull, George, 5a., Rosedale.
We hear, but lo.not vouch for the truth,
that the ely-grog iaformere are 'going to turn
raouindni their erployers and snio for wigeae.
We should not wonder at anylthing which
informers may do, and in this case it wiill be
only diumnond cut diamsond.
Tho ,Stratford Bridge is, at last opened for
accidauts'hnve occurred in crossing the Avon
during the time` the'bridge was undergoing
repairs..
or a residednt constable.'! We have severd
A br1each of priilefe, no corresponding patron
is brought nagaiust the editor of tie Guardian,
having availed himself of imformation obhained
trust, for the honor. of the press, that this
will be able. to'stoor clear 'of the allegations
now made against him. , Information is at all
times welcoine to jodirualiats,: bt weawould as
as ,if. we: wore wholly unconnected with the
prhess.. We cannot, however, avoid saying that
tho leader in the Guardian of the 2nd and the
9th, bothi on ediucation, display an amount of
inconaisteiey which we did not expect from a
educntional system free from clerical trammels.
In our last issue 'w co?pied from the "con
tracts accepted,. in the Gorernenet Gal zette,
the acceptance of a .tender for the Mitchell
punt by R. Kiempte at the rate of thirty.two
shilings for the'year 1802. When we did so
we merely copied the oivdrd of the Gazette
rerbatim, and then made the best exceise we
could for the seeming falling off. A 'corio
aspndent at Bairnusdal has, however. "kindly
communication which we. gladly publish to
show that there is really no actual decrease ii
thoconsumptionof tho north eastern district:
'. Bairnsdale, May 12, 1802.
you are mistaken with regard to 'the Mitchell
River punt lease. It. Klemtz had thie leiase
fromn Jan nary 1, 1852, to the 23rd of the same
year 1802. The present lessee is Mr. O. Rose,
are also erroneous, the steamer has never boon
up the Nicholson 'Rivur, and the carriage being
only nowi £20 per ton from Port Albert to
ateamer to Bruthen for Omeo for a long timne.
trafie between this andOmso."'
foura truly,
: · iJ.. D."
At the Ploughing Match dinner, Mr. W. T.
Dawson, the Chairman, in introducing the
toast of His Royal Highness the Prince of
Wales, feelingly alluded to the blank which
had been left in the Royal Family slnce the
agricultural meeting. He said that Prince
he was a great experimental farmer, and that
done as much or more, for the farmer than
the Receipt and Pay Office, Palmerston.
482 Kinley, James, 10a., Bundalagunah
" Cuddihy, Daniel, 10a., Bundalagnah
" Allen, John, 10a., Bundaliguuh
" O'Hara, William, 10a., Bundalaguah
" Fallahee Patrick, .10a., 'Bundalaguah
Rawlinson, Thomas Ellis, 5a.; Rosedale
*" Luke, Henry, 5a., Rosedale
" Turnbull, John" Fowler, 5a, Rosedale
" Rintoull, George, 5a., Rosedale.
We hear, but do not vouch for the truth,
that the sly-grog informers are going to turn
round on their employers and sue for wages.
We should not wonder at anything which
informers may do, and in this case it will be
only diamond cut diamond.
The Stratford Bridge is at last opened for
accidents have occurred in crossing the Avon
during the time the bridge was undergoing
repairs.
Rosedale is, as yet, without a police station
or a residednt constable. We have several
A breach of privilege, as corresponding patron
is brought against the editor of the Guardian,
having availed himself of imformation obtained
trust, for the honor of the press, that this
will be able to steer clear of the allegations
now made against him. Information is at all
times welcome to journalists, but we would as
as if we were wholly unconnected with the
press. We cannot, however, avoid saying that
the leader in the Guardian of the 2nd and the
9th, both on education, display an amount of
inconsistency which we did not expect from a
educational system free from clerical trammels.
In our last issue we copied from the "con
tracts accepted, in the Gorernenet Gazette,
the acceptance of a tender for the Mitchell
punt by R. Klemptz at the rate of thirty.two
shilings for the year 1862. When we did so
we merely copied the words of the Gazette
verbatim, and then made the best excuse we
could for the seeming falling off. A corre
spondent at Bairnsdale has, however. "kindly
communication which we gladly publish to
show that there is really no actual decrease in
the consumption of the north eastern district:
"Bairnsdale, May 12, 1862.
you are mistaken with regard to the Mitchell
River punt lease. R. Klemtz had the lease
from January 1, 1852, to the 23rd of the same
year 1862. The present lessee is Mr. O. Rose,
are also erroneous, the steamer has never been
up the Nicholson River, and the carriage being
only now £20 per ton from Port Albert to
steamer to Bruthen for Omeo for a long timne.
traffic between this and Omeo.
"Yours truly,
"J. D."
LOCAL NEWS. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 16 May 1862 [Issue No.42] page 3 2019-10-16 21:37 whe tys e much to be regretted when any
time, ot to public highways injttro private
iag lbt ad we believe it is only the durty of
cts. i argo of such works to alleviate and
I reoer injuries have been committed.
Se now allude to are those on the
agh G' ad, which absolutely forbid our
eceioed our old frienid Greenwood, at the
Sside, , for a nobbler.. Ali at'tempt to
t recoi s door facing tShe Stratfdrd road
r being risk of drowning, whilst the ap.
enses the Doisdalo road endangers a
only wwhen coerced by constant
ed at that oovernment can at any time
gnored er open draiais,; id it requires no
los hoavr ad patien'ce to got even a culvert
e this tit actly require to " kill a bishop "
les been tetion against these man traps,
.RVe I "shocking nccidcuits" nre really
I insure the 'piblic from the
.1 D 1 itfalls when travelling at night.,
i le scone occurred when, leaving
their se onrt on Tuesday last r. r.Patten,
tnds the ndefending those parties informed
ty those ts take up his ha?t, but no hat
riois go d, one something resembling it
Let ah. but the real Simon .Pure was
at was to be doun. The lawyer
it of the j not g home without one, but
thile bri the policeman who was in the
again to en are always in the way-called
epathetice hat belonged to one of the in.
.11 ssaio0n a viper touched the lawyer's
oet boxious tile dropped, and his
:c lora 'q IPression of horror, as much so
ot, irodetl hadh en encased in the covering.
sunrie, if 1 terick's skull, however,. that lay
A to s merely a hat, and not worth
tournel io of Corporal lTinn's, besides,
,I' on the ifornore's hoead, anid
Sgrou might communlate the 'Io.l
I0lboup Olithe spy system to'thoe article
et p he lawyer after the culprit, md
e forbidof the populaco outside the
t1tre r rhd to roetulr to tho Court
O return the lost ha to the
belbooir hasl got a dilrect mail to Port
e 00 fortoioately eait anot briig s~a
We odvid froi Melbourne which nrrlveo
cli to tl
ays much to be regretted when any
nt to public highways injure private
and we believe it is only the duty of
arge of such works to alleviate and
erever injuries have been committed.
we now allude to are those on the
road, which absolutely forbid our
our old friend Greenwood, at the
, for a nobbler. An attempt to
he door facing the Stratford road
risk of drowning, whilst the ap
n the Boisdale road endangers a
only when coerced by constant
that Government can at any time
ver open drains, and it requires no
d patience to get even a culvert
exactly require to " kill a bishop "
taction against these man traps,
"shocking accidents" are really
to insure the public from the
pitfalls when travelling at night.
ble scene occurred when, leaving
Court on Tuesday last. Mr. Patten,
n defending those parties informed
t take up his hat, but no hat
nd, one something resembling it
but the real Simon Pure was
hat was to be done. The lawyer
d not go home without one, but
y the policeman who was in the
hen are always in the way-called
hat belonged to one of the in.
d a viper touched the lawyer's
obnoxious tile dropped, and his
expression of horror, as much so
had been encased in the covering.
rrick's skull, however, that lay
was merely a hat, and not worth
tion of Corporal Tinn's, besides,
was on the informer's head, and
t might communicate the con
the spy system to the article
the lawyer after the culprit, and
ers of the populace outside the
rmer had to return to the Court
d return the lost ha to the
w have got a direct mail to Port
unfortunately it cannot bring us
from Melbourne which arrives
CROOKED RIVER. 18th March, 1862. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 28 March 1862 [Issue No.35] page 3 2019-10-16 17:08 been made sin·le the formation of the Crooked
Rliver Ilmnch leform League.
Mr. Cooper read the follosinug rep'st :- 1
"On the 5th of last month, Mr. Anderson e
received a communiication from the Melbourne s
Committee of the Land iheform League, re. I
Leagui on the Crooked River. Immediately
on receipt Of this oritutufiicntion, Mi. Ander. +I
son took stops to furtlhe the object requested, r
'ned a meeting was called for that purpose on
the Othb ist.; when a committed was formed,
consisting of .the followilng gentlleiclh :
Messrs. Montaguo,. S. Ross, Theil, Dickens,
Iogg, T. II. Cooper, J. Sullivan, Burrows,
Willolgbbhb , Rothwell, J. Taylor, ansd A.
McCnllum, with power to add tO their
unmber..
:." At the same meeting Mr. Hogg twas Olectod1
alsO carried, pro forma, that a correspondence
reqneenting circulars, with copies of the New
I South Wales Land Bill, to be sent' for distri
r bution, andsa meeting was appointed for the
, League. -
"Through the detention do th esaid circu.
lars for postage in Melbolurn the committee
5 been received, ,which wore handed into the
d treasurer at a committee meeting held on the
I 12th inst.
a " At the same meeeting it was carried ite the
r usual manner," That a public meeting should
e be called for this evening, when Mr. Anderson,
e assisted by Mr. Hogg, shbuld explain the
r views and intentlons'of the League.'
I- " Your committee have also, per the evening
e. mail, receiied the circhlars detained, which it
et is their intention to distribute amongst the
y mineis in the district."
it After a vote of thanks to the chairman, tihe
a, meeting separated.
g A ball took place immediately after the
r. Lengue meeting, oand everyone appeared to
r, well enjoy themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt
to provided a splendid supper for those inclined
a to enjoy the 'delights of tbb light fafitastlO toe,
s and a majority of the visitors did not separate
been made since the formation of the Crooked
River Branch Reform League.
Mr. Cooper read the following report:-
"On the 5th of last month, Mr. Anderson
received a communication from the Melbourne
Committee of the Land Reform League, re
League on the Crooked River. Immediately
on receipt of this communication, Mr. Ander
son took stops to further the object requested,
and a meeting was called for that purpose on
the 6th inst. when a committed was formed,
consisting of the following gentlemen:
Messrs. Montague, S. Ross, Theil, Dickens,
Hogg, T. H. Cooper, J. Sullivan, Burrows,
Willoughby, Rothwell, J. Taylor, and A.
McCallum, with power to add to their
number.
" At the same meeting Mr. Hogg was elected
also carried, pro forma, that a correspondence
requesting circulars, with copies of the New
South Wales Land Bill, to be sent for distri
bution, and a meeting was appointed for the
League.
"Through the detention of the said circu
lars for postage in Melbourne the committee
been received, which were handed into the
treasurer at a committee meeting held on the
12th inst.
" At the same meeeting it was carried ite the
usual manner," That a public meeting should
be called for this evening, when Mr. Anderson,
assisted by Mr. Hogg, shbuld explain the
views and intentlons'of the League.'
" Your committee have also, per the evening
mail, receiied the circulars detained, which it
is their intention to distribute amongst the
miners in the district."
After a vote of thanks to the chairman, tihe
meeting separated.
A ball took place immediately after the
League meeting, and everyone appeared to
well enjoy themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt
provided a splendid supper for those inclined
to enjoy the delights of the light fantastic toe,
and a majority of the visitors did not separate

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