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A DIGGER'S REMINGISCESNCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

A DIGGER'S.REMINISCENcES. " How I came to Asetralia," saga Jack, "well I guess it was a'queer go which brought me here, but, as I promised to tell you all about it, you shall have it just as it occurred. I be. lievo it is usual when telling a .story of one's own .lif to begin with the pateeJfinillas, or, lihd. beena Virginian instenalof a down-right Yaukey, .I might have traced my. family to a Fairfax or a Harrison, but, not having be longed to -th.t aristocratic state, I cannot go further buck than my' poor ol. father, and all ,.I can, ay..lf :!ry.-?rogesitorpissithat if .all ho nobles of'thlino'asli'Cdld lirollde'eia oiuehreial I goodness amongt all their histtorycrowned 3 ancestors was was corentratedalone in my old governor, they smightindeed, be proud of their descent. "Well," continued Jack, 'I. was, one of many sons, and the usnal fate of some one of a large family is the sea-the lost refuge of the L det'.tuto-the school for all who have ne glected the routineo of the curricu...

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

JORDAN DIGGINGS. 3 SEWELL, -Auctioneer, has con t . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, obeap. Apply a`t the Ocee, Foster Street, Sale. ." 2oje c Pack and Saddle Horses. l,-R. SEWELL holds a SAI.E, by SAuction, every S.\TUROA), of Pick and'Saddle Horses, at Salt, at Twelve o'clock. 5oS c MONDAY, 13th OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. - SEW"ELL has received instructions from David Turnbull, Esq, to rubmit to Public competition, on Monday, 13th October, at the Royal Exchange IIotel, at Three o'clock p.m. 5 Lots of Land, with a frontage of 25,feet each to Foster street. 4r 1ornerlAP;,qfe# taoster-street ."- ?'--i:? "'7. :and -F6itee 'to'-York-'street 1' 'lLot 66 feet to York-street 2 Lots 22 feet each to York-street. A plan of the above may be'seen at the Auctioneer's office. SATURDAY, 11th OCTOBER. Sale by Auction. OHN SEWELL has received in .structions from William Mont goraerv, Esq., of the Heart Station, to sell, by public auction, at the yards, IFosfer street, o...

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

TO I1 BLBOB NE. T fine screw Steamship KfEERA will leave Fort Albert every" .: c DAY. l g will be carried. to or; from; Port b, ht old, 2d.` per ??oue o. :Pa ?? eels over 200 ounces:, l d. Id, for shipment, most be 'entered i Customin before. I0, o'clock ai;.i a day of sailing. b ~ sarn Tickets.... ... .......; Available for 14 days: ~ r freight or: paseage i apply.to NBULL, IOWDENl' .. .o C;; rt-streett PortAlbert. ?: I goods' 'at.consignees risk when1 d. ll 'goods .iscliharged, if not red from the wharf bofore 4 o'ciock will be stored at consignees' risk. expense... ::: . . a , I t AMER TO THE M ITOHELL AND TAMBO " ''7 E slemer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Iforriaby Coinmnander,?,ill leave SLa Tiobe Biidge ;,very: Tuesday. ng, at a'clok, sharp, for -t'he ·I ' . ,'o - el FAR'Es'i S a Passengers :.......:;£1 10 ; 0 , rage .................... 1 1 0 s (Insludni q refrgeclnsenes') n s n : FREIGHT, , a Birnesdale, per toni ......£1 10 0 rathen(inclidinngcartge 2 0 ia om Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 '...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 3 October 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. TtiGRaiYDIOGER IAND TnH l MINIOTER. -LIi thei days .when the late 1Rev. oMr. Goidon was Milnister of the parish of Banff, Sandy 'Allister was minister's man and gravedigger. Sandy was rather a queer charmcter, and had a decideil predilection for dipping deep into the bottle. Ont these occasions he was, of course, never ftound; was " down a drain." One day the minister was re 'quiringSandy, and knowing that Sandv % as employed in digging a grave, his reverenice repaite I thither. Sandy, how ever, was engaged at his potations in a - neighboitring public-house, and could not he found. This naturally anntoyed Mr. Gordon ; and going back again 'in a short time to look fi,r him. he foundtl himn at work in the grave. "Now Sandy," said Mr. Gordon, " this sort of tlhint will never do; you have often protnised to menid, but .i'u're niot a bit better. If you don't repetnt of these ways speedilv we will be fi,rced to discharge you." " Oh, 'Sir," said Sandy, leaning on his spade,"...

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THE PRICE OF THE GRAINS OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

Tnw PircE: oF Tnid'GAb?s or WA~ . -hA friend. from chiildofod, of Maishal :Lefsvre,'Duke of Dantzic, 'whbo lad n6t run so brilliant a careed as:ihimsolf, came to sec him at Paris Ua'11 lniarshnla re ceived him warmly, and dlodged him in his hotel, when the frietid could not cbeso his exclamnations upon the rielhness of.the furniture, the beauty of tho. apartments, and the. goodness of thle table, alkays addiig ! " Ol !hlow ipipy', yo0 iror !" "' seo you are envious of what I ave," said the marshal; ".well yonishall 'hnvo .the things at a. 'btter bargapii than Ihlad; corne. into theb'ecourf Ill fire at you twenty tiino s with a gilln itt thirty paces, and if I.lon't..kill youiall shall bo your own, Whiat! youwolt't -Well; recol lect then, that I hrivo beens lihot at inore tlhan a thousand tltlnes, anti much nearer, before I airived where you find mo."

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARREnn D.-Oct. 2. Keora, .s., 114 tons, S. Patrick, fronm Mel bourne'. Turnbull, Howden and Co., agontas Oct. 7: Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, from Hobart Town, Johnson & lIood, agents. rSIPORTs.-Oot. 2. Keera, from Melbourno, 12 hhds brandy, 20 caes gin, 17 pkga ten, 4 lhhds boor, 1 cose whlsky, 30 cases geneva, 2 plogs tobacco, 100 bage sugar, 3 qr casks and 1 case wino, land sundry freo goods. Oct; 7. Eclipse, from Hobart Town, 1 ton potatoes, 1 pkgo leather., . . .Exonm--oct. 3. Keera, for Mlelbourne, 506 ozs. gold duest. Oct. 8. Eclipse, for Hobart Town, 81 head cattle: CLEARED OUT-Oct. 3. Keera for Melbourne. ; '::Oct.'8. ".:A . :' !. Eclipse for Hobart Town... own. .. Oleho?o, 150 fobis, . Johnston, for Hobart Town. . Helen. S. Page, 297 tons, T. Spring,; for Claionce River, N. S. Waleis. P.rsengera cabini 'Mecsrs. Peck: Statham,iBoulton; Minter, and 13 in steerage. Koera, a s., 114 tons, S. Patricl, for Melbourone.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MJARKETS. Mo?srs. W. B. and A. S. King's reporb. The cattle market has bee?i moiderately sup-_ plied, the number on fMonday sod Taineday boeing 1450, of these 1020 were chiefly of gooad quality, and the remaining 430 wore store cattle. The demand was very slack, and the bidding dull-tlhe trade only buying for their immediate requirements, so that a considerable decline took place. Best bullocks sold at from '£8 to £90 and cows £5 to £6. We sold 149 head, from the Ridge, at from £5 7rs d to £9.: average, £7 4s 5d; and 10 cows, £5 2s 6d. The veal market has been barely saipjlied. Pirne quality in demand-good calves sold at from 35s to 458. The sheep market has been moderately supp!id, but the dimand was too slack to ensure good prices; in fact. a declihe had to be submitted to. Bost wethers brought from 17s 6d to 19s Od; second, 16s to. 17s. l[esare. Dalmaho'y, Campbell, & Co. report: Fat.Cattle-Total supply, 1233 head. This number being much in eicss of ...

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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 — 10 October 1862

CORRESPkONDENCE. P \Ve do'not hold ourselves respotisible for the opinions of our corrcepondentsc . " i ., TO THE EDITOR O THE iP nSLtAND TISn.B. t ..S?. ,--The. sudden changee wvhich have come so rapidly upon u? i Gippalandhave pro.l ced some anxiety as to the future progress or retro. al gression amongst the older settlements. That h tt a cause for this anxiety exists, I will not for An oi~ moinenit deny, but I asu alio convinced it that a means is still left in thd halads of those who have tnnad'laide higvestments iii certaei tk localities by which the threatened danger may lb be averted. The rise and fall of townships in a to new country s1 not booed on any arbitrary rule; they are generully mere matters of accident, a eadden diversion of ia road, or the discovery of a now gold.SI.ld, ind the villago becomne a thing tlt ht',is onver ua. iu to reuamno the posil 'tien which it oiico eccapi~d. We have here P many instances of. this before us. A very .foe years ago, and Alt. ortnu w...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

SEXCELIon. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, i~1, WHZEN the last Parliament of torii 'all~cated'td this district ' sum of £10,000 as its due pro petr of the grant passed for the co ntroe? tion and maintenance. of the 3i Central highways of the colone,,+ felt that, for the first time, the at of Gippsland hadireceived that i sideration which they deserved, a, we looked forward with. pleasure to the fact of being no -longer shelved oi.:merely assisted: with that prsi moniousness which.has ever. chara terised ..the :miserly ',grants h.c have hitherto:been 4aoled out ~td n vith: an unwvllingness that mad their very ac'eiptanice painful, U1. fortunately, however, a large portio of this.£10.000, which is not yet ex. pcnded or only partially so, wa diverted from the course which Be should have deemed: its legitimate purpose, and consequently but really verylittle benefit will accrue to the district by.the apparent munificence of. the grant:. In the.first place, from thd want? of our having' any interest ...

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THE DUNSTAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

THE DUNSTAN DIGGINGS. The fillowing letter has been firwardel to us by a gentlem i' who started :for the D'unatnn .with the' first rush.: and upon whose jdgmnent aidl voracity "we can rely: As the first claim wee took up on the east h.ink of the Molyneux was 'one in whliclh thlere were few boullers, initi consequently easily stripped. We sbsnr Scollected the warllh-dirt, which wi' ' hIul" hiDajed realy. fir' cradling; T started vesterday, iiteiading to proceed up theo west side to-day as woe have noticed dur-: S ginthio last week hundreds g?ing up that side; and few, 'conmparativlye, ro banks, but the cast heing the first reachd ' is the more, croi?ded,'ench new comer trying that first. On starting this milorning; I fbund thlint finie the lo?it'en dlays quite a township has growir at:the month of the gorge. Stores, bliitchers, tinkers, and doctors are there. .Every tlhing is ldenr. Flour, 2s per. pou'il. To-day, there was none to be nhtained, but there are many dray's on the' roed. ...

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THE JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

THE JORDAN. ' Wecopy the following letter from the Argus of the Gib inst., which fully bears out what we have already said on the subject of a warden for the Jordan gold fields. We are afraid that the dilitoriness already displayed by the Exequtive in this matter Will'do a very serious injury to'the prospects of the miners on those digginigs and also iender the duties of A warden when appointed much more arduous and less effective than if proper order had beehi enlorced from the earlier settlement : "TO THEEDItOR OF THE AROtUS. Sir,--As I amn disposed to think that it is only through you all public grieva nace are to be remedied, I must ask you to wield yodr pen on our behalf. We, the miners of this gol li-fle.l, are in a most peculi.ir position. The' Govern ment and theiir lfficials seem, as it were, struggling hard to disiwn si, 'and "tlirow our claims to protection of the ordiuiry, kind ovcrbilioeard .. Every day our social atmosphere is thickening, impetnling riots becoming mote...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

.MOUNT USEFUL GOLD (venoc oURtowa cons urO DENT.) Since my last communication another reef. t] bos boont disooveredriin ning paralle 'liothait a previously mentionod .;y me and already, cluains to iom oextet'aryo taken, up. I eav, aomp speonnctn of tihe stone which were.plen-I 'tifully studdd .with:gold, and fully equal, if I not richer, than those which wore taken from 0 the first reef diseo?ored. 'Thero is some talk of ?aichinery beiog iiumediately provided for the workingof this rof; and, frobmall the in formation I can glean, the parties corcerncdin the propo''ed undertaking nioafully' equal to the task., ..What with'reeft and new creeks there seems I to be a'never-failing source of wealth in this ldistrict, and I 'haive now completely altered the opinion I at flkat formed of the-temporary character of the working,. A-lfost overy day some new creeks are declared p~yabll, and our gold-fields are now becomingwidely: spread and covering a vasto. pace The populatioi altogether canno...

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MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

-*' .MONEY"ORDERS.,, . . ': , Money orders may ho obtained ait thia ofice, and made payable at the following PoBt Offlc'. in Victoria Ararat' Echuae "Praramn', Avoca - Emerald Hill Riqhmond aldlalrat Fryers Town Raglan. Bacchus Marsh eoelung Sandhurat Beechworth Oisborno Port Albert Belfast Hamilton Snapper Point Belvoir Hawthorn South Yarra Beudlla He\theoto St. Kildi' Brighton Ifoxhal m Streatham Brunswicck 'Kilmoro Talbot, , Back Carisbrook Kyneton Creek Castlemaino Longwood Tarnngulla Chiltern Maldon * Tarradale "Cluilo s MIiiryloidrigh Wa?hgtiyalh Creswick Melbourno Wangaratta Diandenong NewlnglowoodWarrnambool. Dayleaford Pleasant Creek Williamstown. Dunolly . Portland " YackandindaId: i te Conmmission - For any sui'not exceediig £i:.;......rixpende Exceading .£, but nobt exceeding £10, -.One . Shillin . .Moýaoy Orders may be obtained payablelat the followiig Post Officos ino SoUts Aus TRALTA: Adelaide . Kadina P ort: AdPaidee, Aldinga Kanynka' Port Aigusta Aiatou' -.: KapmIci...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

TvnLES O THE ARRIVAL AND.DEPASTURES 01 .INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mails nrrive at On - Hour his0flice from Melbourne ... Mon. Thir. & Sat. 9 a.m osedale ..... ,, ''ramlgon...... ,, ,,,, Westbury ."" Russell's Creek a n . Dandenong ... ,, p.m. Alberton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 3.80 Tarraville...... ,, Port Albert ... ,, ,, Yor'ramYarram _, Stratford ...... Monday & Thursdays p.m. Blairasdaled... ", Brutlhe ... :; Omeso...... ..,.. ,, Mails close at ' this Ofice for On . our a.m Meelbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat 8p.m. Rosedale ." ' ,, Trarlgbuo..... ,,,, ,, Rusell'sCrek ,, ,, Dandenong ;... " , , , I I p.m. Alborton ...... Tuesdays & Thursdays 7.30 Tarraville...... ' ', Port Albert; .. . ,, YarramYarram , . Stratford .... ?Mondays & Thursdays ,' Bairnsdale..- , , Bruthen .... , ,, .: ,, Omeo ......... Nosi.-Letters are forwarded to Port Albert, Tamrvillo; &c., via Rosedlo--olosing at-this olfice on Saturdays, ...

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ROMANTIC STORY OF A LIVERPOOL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

t ROMANTIC STORY OF . A LIVERPOOL WYOMiAN, Some three years ago thero came to reside near-Brixton, London, two sisters, of the respective ageg of tirwelty-one and nineteen.: They wereo bith pretty, anid they had- a qutiet, lady-like' 'grace of demeanour:'which rendered them very attractive. .'They were, t moreover, I highly nccomplished, and had every reqnisite personal qualification to'shine in society." There .was a mystery, too, about them vwhich to people of romantic imagination: only served to heighten the t interest with which they were regarded. Nobody k'ew what' the lidies were, or wlwhat were theiir "tintecedents." As fir "relatives,' they did not appear to have any, their establishment consisting sim ' ply of three'o female servants. They appeared, however, to lie in affluent circiumstances,' and their villa was furnished in a style of singular elegance. ''There was nothing flashy or ostentatious about it, buit everything was in the best possible . taste. Notwithaotandiag....

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. ! AOTHER " WAER"NIto Fnr Ne? 7.LA.eAD.-A miner who' for several years made Maldon his home, has just returned from an unsuccessfid trip to *New Zealand. Ito draws a gloomy pic ture of the present state of -Dunedin, saying that ill cisequendnco of the influx of so inany men who have impoverishled themselves at the dig ingts, not a jb of any kind is to be obtained, and that a number of those who arrived in Newv Zealand with heavy pockets and light hearts, are now experiencing the reverse, and are absolutely suffering from the 'iant' of the .necessaries of life, anid eagerly offer to work for their feel only.. Disaippoited men are very opt to give a strong colouring to such narratives as the above, but of this we are certain, that 1 all that glitters is not guld," and that there" is'suffiient r'easont fir pause before tihe miers of Victoria break up their homes and leave tried and remusner iative gold-fields, for the too often jack o'-lantern-like charms of distant rushe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

L Watchmakers. . . .- Jewellers. 1 C. REESE & CO. r Tobacconists. S... : i;.?tationers. t VICTORIA HOUSE SALE. SPLATSHEK, 7BRASC,; & & CO., Wholesaile and .'tail Drapers, Clothiers, and Geneiral.": Outfitters. :. Large and Woll-.ele?ted- Stock in Ladies', Men',, or Children's BOOTS and SIIHOES always on hand. JORDAN DIGGINGS. JAMES DAVEY & CO., EG- to call the attention of PACK . -) MEN, DIGGERS, and OT HERS proceeding to the above Diggings to . their. Large Stock 'lof Drapery, Grocery, Boots; Shoos, Etc., specially selhcted for the Digging !ITrade, nnd now o?firiin at.the Leowest Remuuera tivo Pciicd for CASIL only. Gippslantd xviar, E?A.R TIIE POLICE. STATION 20jeo FOSTER STREET. M... JOHN WN.PETTIT, Architect & Surveyor, TNFOmR. IS the Public that, having I resigned the appointment lately hehld by him uider the Government, he has commenced the practice of his profession at Sale. All coininu'iations addressed to the SURVEY OFFICEU at Sale wi...

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PROSPECTUS OF A MEL-BOURNE AND GIPPSLAND CANAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

PROSPECTUS OXF A MEL- a BOURNE AND .GIPPSLAND CANAL COMPANY. C lthis prmpisedlto firmn R Cuompnv-fr tlhe c?nstr;ction. of.a, Canirl. fro n MIel hourne to Gippsland,l by "which. ;ta.t portioni of the ClTony, hertfi[;re unap proaclahble by land, aind diicunlt of access by- sea; 'will be : put in iinmediate pprxinity to the 'Metrop lis; the great an.'igable likes niid'rives pof that district. frqmi its furthect extremitv, will have an uninterrupted water co:mnnnication, and extensive tracts of the richest land now utterly worthless, will be converted, by:drainaao, intocvulnahle property. It lihas been ascortainedl that the lands proposerl to be ictert ected are chiefly rich allnvium, upon I,]ine clay subsoil. lience the works can be executed withb permanence and at a low cost. Thie Canal will cominneao at the . -" Mrdilloec Creek" .(where it empties Jt itself into the bay, fifteen miles south ofl Melbnliarna,). and will tlhen enter ther C 0rnrmi Swamp," andil through it to the adjiinin...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

TOWN TALLKK. The following notice, proclaimingGippsland a clean district under the Plouro.pneumonia Act, no 1l 6,;aoppeared, in the Goocre tilent -Gar e of( .the 3Oth ult Whereas, by an •Act of the Parlinenent of Victoria (Number 1 360), intitledl , "4n Act,to amoend an Act SintituledAe Acljto preven hefurtker epIcad.of the dfseaseincOdilln uik d Plediropeneumonia,' St is amongst :otller things'csacoted that thei Governor in Couincil may, by Proclamation w'-hich ?imell leO 'prbllslied in the Godernment Geazte, declare any part 'of :tlhe colony in Which the said diseeo' i hietkz oiw' to'exist, a "cleosirditrict," ind shhllb?byoii h Prodbla mation defuoe the boundarieh of oevry eibch distrit, iand nfter'such liublibation no cattile, iunlessecrtified to be free from disceasobi in O.aminissloner appointed for that putpoee, .ahall bo-takotrinto any: slcnh distrlot until Such Proclamation ia'rovoked Now therefore I; Sir Henry Iarkil, the;Govereor of Victoria, with the advica of the Execut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 10 October 1862

JORDAN. DIGGINGS. SSEWEL t, Auctioneer, has con, . itantly o 'Sale,"by Private Con tract, PACK and PADDLE 11ORSESi :.2Aiply at' tlie Ofi6, Foster Street, "`ale. "' 20je c Sa?;ck and Saddle Horses. . i SEWE1JL hbolds a SALE, by . Auction, evedy SATURDAX, of Pack and Saddle lorses, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock. ..... .S SSATURD AY, 11th OCTOBER;.. ,- Sale by Auctioni. U TOHN.SEWELL. has received in .: strictions from William Monut :gomery, Esq., of the HIeart Station, to sell, by public auction, at the yahds, Foster street, on the above date, at One o'clock;` 15 IIead of IHeavy Draught Colts " and Filliaes. S . The breed of the nbov'd is well-knan t:o eeryv'iite' the are by the best horses ever imiorted,' out of sonrd of the best drmight'mnares in the district, theretore further conmment isb un necessary. MONDAY, 13th OOTOBER. Sale by Auscton.. . SSEMW LL has received instructions UJ. from David. Tirnbull, Esq, to submit to Public- competition,. on Monday, 13th October, at the Royal Exc...

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