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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

- Pigeon Shooting. The four Hi competition" for the Player Cup took place at " Lealholme"'on Wed nesday afternoon, when some good shoot ing took place. M. S. Caram secured a " leg in" for tho trophy,-killing all ten birdsj ~W. J. Player taking second place with one less. Several sweeps were 'fired off, resulting as follows No. 1, N. S Carrum 1, T. Freeman 2 ; No; 2, W;-J Player 1, . G. Lush 2; No. 3, W. J. Player 1, <3. Lush -2. r 'Below -will be found the scores for the competition:— N. S. Caram, 24 yds., 1211212121... 10 W. J. Player, 24 yds., 0211111211... 9 J. Sandow, 24 yds., 0002111210 ... 6 G. Lush, 24 yds., 0101011110 6 W.'McBwen, 23 yds., 0100110121... - 6 T. Freeman, 23 yds., 1012001210 ... 6 G: Miller, 22 yds., 2200101011 " ... G J. M;tclnt03li, 21 yds., 0000100100... 2

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

DKPAIiTORES. July 13.—Investigator, steamer, 345 tons, Anderson, master, for Adelaide, Cargo—25 tons Bullion, B.H.P. Coy. July 13—Adonis, ketch, CO ton3,JGlynell. master, for coast. July 13—Gainbier Lass, ketch, 46 tons, D. A. Dineon. master, for coast. ; July 13—^Cadelt, steamer, 92 tons, Johnson, master, for Coast. July 13—Sir W. Foster, keieb, 29 tons. -Pope, master, for coast. • - - July l;$—Kobert Burns, ketch,'43 tons. Kaaon. master, from coaat. * £ July 13—Msvry, ketch, 33 tons, Rossor, master, for coast. Juiy 11—lirittannia, ketch, 25 tons. W. Burgoyne, master, for coast. July i t—Mary Jane, kotch, 9 ton3, Lawson. master. for*coast. A July l'i—Wstlyama, steamer, 1713 tons, P. Barry, mastery for Sydney. : Cargo— COO ton3 bagged ore, John Darling & Sons; SOO tons lead, B.H.P.Cey.; 10 tons flour, Adielaido Milling Coy.; 30 tons chaff, various shippers.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Admiralty Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

Admiralty Gout. ^Wednesday. July 13 _ . fBcfore Bis Honor the Chief Justice.] Sarah AnnCowan v. the ship Akkie Thomas.—This was a claim for £22 10s., for daninga to the Intercolonial Wharf, Port Piric, alleged to have been wrought by the ship Annie Thomas. Mr. 6. J: R. Murray, with Mr. W. A. Margarey, ap peared foil the plaintiff, and Mr. J. H. Gordon, with Mr. J. Duncan, for the ; ship. The case for the plaintiff was that on or about October 23, 1897, the ship Annie -Thbmas, was ' lawfully berthed at the Intercolonial Wharf, on tho under* .standing that she was to be shifted when required. She was ahiftsdj > and jon the dato aboro mentioned was being brought back to her former position. The ship was being moved stern first towards the wharf, when a - stiff south-west breeze which was blowing caught her bow. Two line3 were run out from . her . foi ward quarters, and two from the stern. By one of the stern lines a donkey engine was hauling the ship. along, and the whole of the wei...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Invcrloehy bavyrio, 1,339 tons, Milne m.sstcr, froru Antwerp. Republic, ship, 1,2S7 tons^Lercb, master, from I'URet Sound. >'ntal Quecu, barque, 230 toas, Da vies, mnstw, from Uobart. Flax Crafts — Hawthorn, Maid of Australia, Lady Daly, Success, Young Chief, Maty lewis, Tarn O'Sbantcr, Bronghton, NormanTiHc, New Arrival, NtjJcebco- and Uribea.

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

Heaiiag JTeiss. [By /'Ixo."] In my notes last week J stated Mr. Miller was second in t he • Port Cltib's • race, with : a ■ .bird bred by Mr. Brown. This, I am informed,; ehonld have lead—''Bred; by- B. Turner, . from Province ex Bine-Bell, and; flown to, Mr. Torn Brown's loft-.".; The lace frpm Mintaro flown in connection with the , North-Western Society , was,., not, the success sortie landers anticipated, the yelocifcy bt 1,465 yards not being considered fast .enough ■ when the . weather is .taken into consideration. Trne,-the ds>y was all that could be desired, and the birds: had the assistance :of wbat wind there. was,.bnt I am of :ogipion that 1,400. yards per minute is good enough unless the birds are favoured by. a gale of wind— an .item that: is considered- nothing , by any. fancier with a decent amount of experience. Give mc the r steady , plodder thaA is always there whatever the we.ither .iriay be, ..and pne . that can make a decent show without the assistance of a ga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

The Stcaxaers of this line; will sail Frod-Porf Pirie , M follows (cfrcnwaiauces permitting;) For V S.S; DAWN., fOST AtfOUSTA ^r.' t VHTT>AY JTLY EDITHBtiSOi , POET*At>£ISi41DB J (Passenger*, and Carw.} PABE3 To^OBT AUGUSTA, Saloon, 12#. 6d. To POST ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20s. i Steerage; 3d. Uaaad Trip Auijusta, Edithbur^h. i *»l Adelaide toefc to Ptert'Piric, 39*. - Regular Fortnightly Service. To \ ; •• POUT ABELA1DE I S.S. ERA, UEIifiOilBSG I • SYDSiry - . fSATCBDAT, July 2$ N KWCASTIiE and all I QUfeSN&ltANJ) Porta J ■ HOTS*,—literal Djscotmf off Steeraza fares to - ■ Queer tad Port*. , West Australian Gold . fields. REGULAR SUIV ICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. r<> ^ : BUVBUBY / EABLT. FBSSiA^TLT. C - GERALDTOX ami ) ' PsMeegers booked nght through to the Goldfields. All Freights ami Passenger fares at lioirut Bates. ,<»OJLLi doSii. COAlJ Be«t H.m*ehoH;:5n{tf n«, and Blacksmith's COAI> ropplieil ot Xortreat Prices, largo or small-quanti • ties. - ■ ...

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Mr. Hooley Explains. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

** has been interviewed 5e^pB^?neTOp«per representatives, and his explanations of Lis erif^r^ri^es and his present trouble j are: 4v£ry; interesting. " " " ; "1, > jjln-reply to one of-his tormentors, lie ssddji-^ , ' ..V C ■"■'"■ J':-': -"-My.-position to-day is principally due to actionV for which I am realty not responsible, - and the depreciation of the value of cycle securities generally. I am not insolvent." ■■ I have £400,000 to the good if the -^o^-«0y.-'i''^lised. • I have h^alf .a m|llionjqf freeholds," i - did you go to the ^ansrrnptcy Cotirt ? Ir "BecauseI.have all my securities jlocked up, j and I had. a run upon me. My. solicitor,; Beyfus^, has for weeks past tqtd:me T oaghfc to do so, and although I struggled against it? I came to the conclusion that he was right." ., : ArP_ you still interested in cycle companies" . j, W " To"ayery small extent; the estate ^^principally be freeholds—houses, lands, and cattle." j . • »'{"May-1 ask what are your * es tates ?"•,;k;:;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

BLOOD Yon? heart beats over one hundred thou sand trmfta each day. One hondred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. WHchisit? I If bad, impure blood, thenyonr brain aches. Too are troubled with drowsiaess yet cannot eleep; yon are as tired in the morning as at {right; yon have no nerve power; yosr fooq doss sot seem to do yon nrack good. r gferalanta, tornis, headache powdera, eas Botearey«ra: bai . t?sEL* It make3 the fiver, kidneys, oMn and feoirals perform, their properwork. It re moves all imparities from the blood. And it xoalqss the blood rich in its life-giving prop I v For wnoastsass tafeo Ater's Puts. They - rmaptlr. relieve and sorely core. Talce tbeia Ith A/oi'a Sarsaparffla: one aids tte oUiex. ■ "It lib " jast' with|a tfcp range of fVpbRbiiitj;that* owing,tu the tscajwity of liarea at Bucfclmd Fa?kt th& Waterlog Clip meeting will b© ran felled," " ^Tore's tie pity, H. A. :«5ss!W. GOODEs IMPORTERS" & GENERAL 'STOREKEEPERS; Stock as usual,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

•. (Bafeof Adelaide)^ ...» Wishes to intimate to the residents of Port jPirieand surrounding districtthat sliei* is prepared to,execute orders for jLadies and €hiId^n'a;Costaines in the, Latest ? Style& Perfect fit guaranteed.^ | Costumes froiu 10s. - 6d.- t Tcimskfiash." Morenceifcreet (next to Christian Chapel) Port Pfrio^ : . j .Prevention of TyjpJ^oid.l; rpHE new PATENT BERKE i FELfe FILTER, JiigWy recom mended and used' by .the Health Officer (Dr. Stewart), .will filter 25 gallons of pure water per ihour. To be ,seen. in operation tnd, obtained at: the, establishiaent; of J. (J. LEWJS^sole; agent -forj ?ort Piriei I I; .";''C^/Ril^OEM:AKE)^^aQPPER^IXii.^.lRONFOUNl3Ci^:'''' ■ Ii.. ,V. ,, "...,i 4 QAL.\/Af^lITE'O . - MANUFACTURES OF ALL KINDS Off ' •• ' 5 r • ' , ' ; ->"■>**< PpVn.l^^CH,... COOKING STOVES; TAILOR'S STOVES, COPPERS ANB^CASINGS^mBATi^ tTOVES GALVANIZED; WARE, WIND MOTORS, &c., &c., <&c. / ' '' M &l...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

A series of matches was'fixed on Saturd.nylast, between teamssepresent ing the;: Adelaide; Orroroo, Yanyarrie, and Pork l'iria Defence Rifia Clubs. The conditions were 200, 500, and 600 yards, seven , shots at eacb, two sighteta, seven inea aside, and S;A.N.R.A. Rules. Un fortunately the Orroroo and Yanyarrie Club could only fire fire men. The weather in the country, as shown by the scores, was anything bob good, while Adelaide was fortunate in having a good i day, and consequently, pat up a record ] score. For - the sercn men their average I is 90 points per man, and the five men i averaged 91. Following are the scoresi ADELAtDEBHXE CLUB. ' 1 200 500 600 T'tt M. G. Hipweli 31 - 33 31 95 W. H. Arnold .31 31 32 . 94 T. T. Lake 30 33 30 93 6. Howi.fc 31 30 31 92 W. H. Miller 30 23 32 85 E. So.tman • 31 32 27 90 W. H. Galliford 3! 26 28 85 215 208 211 634 PORT PIBIE BIFLS CLUB. N; Howett 29 28 30 87 S. Webster 27 26 31 84 G. Williams 31 29 21 . 81 W. Perry 27 25 25 78 M.-Murphy 29 25 2...

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The No-Confidence Motions. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

> Ths STo-Gosfl&csee Sfotisas. The Kingston Government lias sur vived the no-conSrlcr.ce motions, and the conntry will nofc be -orr£. Split np into factions a^ thc present ^arlia' ' roent, isno imv combinationihal coold be got together wonld have command ed a sufficient majority to carry on the bnsincss of the " conntry: snccess falhy aml a now Slinisfry meant a new policy, and another g<eat waste "of time lit (.iscaasin^ it- As matters are now, Parliament will Fettle down, and tbo Kingston Government will be able to get through soma of the c-efnl measures wliieb are-included in their programme. It is under stood had the verdict of the KonBC besij s&dyerse to pressat administration an appeal to the coma-,, try w«uld have been resorted lo. Had this been doRe there is little doubt ; that Mr.^Kingston and his colleagues ; would have come nut on top, - for the; i cocntrv realizes that, notwithstand ing his faalts, he is the only possible leader at the prese...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

•FA MAIL i^H<fesl§NTS/ '.VV ; |sB^m§ss:iours frcgtt^^.nn tm 8 pjn$:. 'd^yj"^cipW'Saturaays/^hya it is open! Tfissmwsrm;®^^ /Money Order Office from .10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ' ' ' ' ' *s Sayings "Bank . Ageiacy, from 8.30 a.m. to; 7.30 p.m.; arid on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m. \ • *; The office is open for' a: quarter' of an. hour for the delivery, of letters after the arrival of the mail on Saturday evenings. j On and after "Wednesday, April.' 1st, mails will arrive add close as follows• r" ,V" "vi; ^n- abbjvaii, - 'J'com; Adelaide arid' Offices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. - " 'I , ; From Adelaide and intermediate offices; at'4,55'p.m.*** From Broken Hill at'10.13 a.m. __ V From Petersburg and intermediate offices; at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. • : -From Telowie and tort Germein at 4 p.m. From Solomontown at 6.35 a.m.,. 9.15 a.m.» and 4.15 p.m. . • From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at G.20 a.m, , ... _ s DSPARTUEE. . For Adelaide, and intermediate offices at 10.5 a,m. and.4....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

To the Heads of Families - - - RESIDING IS - - - PORT PIRIE AND DISTRICT. ARE YOU AWARE -that PHARMACEUTICAL akb \ ,8 .1. Kl STTTI FABilLY CHEMIST - - j Ui U. 1 1 -J.1WV3? IS ESTABLISHES IN Alexander-st., Port Pirie (Three Doars ~from Central Hotel) Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. Ijarso Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus. Hta rated Catalogue post-free. '■

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

; 'Railway:. TinMklM^ PaSSENGEU JlEKS - POBT PlBlE^ TO ! 1A rApBLAIDB..- ; .'/ V ;[ { '/ | To. Adelaide, via Petersburg; an$ '1'efOivie } Ellen^Street Station at 6.50 ».m.-j/Central Station at"7 a.iri".' * "'* i To Adelaide; ,via*;Blytlil and Gladstone. I Ellen:-Street>Station>t.Jp.20.a.rn.Centra ®tati6n ; ''':*■?■?J ; rV IVSBroteri HH1, via'fPetorslitirg1 and Terowie^-. Elleu-Streot'^Station' at! 4.40 p.m.; CentralStatioi^-at^.a&p.rai ,v . To ' J^dolalde/ 'via"'Petersburg, from Central Station.only, mixedrtram at 10.50 p.m.: ' % " ..4BKIVAI.S. V ,/ ' From iclelaide, via Terotvifl pjid Peters burg to Central-Station only| mixed train i.at 440 a.m. >*? w*y, \ r ; Prqin broken Hilly s and 'jTerowie, via PetersbuVg. Central Station^ ?io.^.a.ni.; [ Elletf-lStfe&t Station atnOI13 a.m. j -rl^ccm A^elaidajvia Blyth aiidrGladstOne. !Ce,ntrair;Statipn- at ^.iT-p.m^'Ellenrstreet Station.at .455 pan. , , •• , From Terowiej Petersbtirg, and Northern. SSystem^i ICentpOl^...

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Commericial Report. Recorder Office, July 16, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

Cosimerrlal Report* I Recorder Office, July J6,T 1833. Wheat (Pi. Pine) per bushel ... 0 3' 8j JDo. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 3 6 Do, (Gladstone) 0 3 5 •Bo. (Georgetown & Laura)... 0 3 » Flour (Uonn£ry) ... ... ...1010 0' D6. (Roller) .~ ... 10 lo 0 Bran, per bushel •••9 9 2 Follard, perbnshel 0 0 10 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton .'. 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... 2 O 0 Butter (Pfc Pirie factory) wholesale 1 4 (Jairy) ... ... ... 0 1 4 Esiss, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 1 4 Ham, per lb. 0 0 9 Bseon perlb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 8 Larclperib. .,r ,>? 0 0 9$ Cheese,per lb.- ... Q 0 8j Obkbs, per cwf.... ... ... ... 0 J3 0 Poirtois. per tea. ... ... ...1017 G

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

. Smpore Suffered for .'three years, ~ Mr. F.-"Westall of Mtcham! So/ A'nstralia, ' sends as. hisporfcrait which shows a-smooth anil healthy condition of the skin. Bat lid baaliadtlie following experience;. " For the past three years I have been suf fering from an eruption of the body. I had medicalattendance andhadmedicinetotaka; fcriedail sorteof rcediMo Mdf ottiaJseaned 'mKaha ma UfA inns a IinmTam - T 'fea A - m by a friend'^Iio had. received seat benefit from It. ?I did so, asd after taSungonly two , bottles the itching leftae sndlfeit better in every ^vray. I continued ta&ingtfcaSarsa-. ■ parifla and altogetliertoo£sixt>ottIes. lain now free from the ejnpSon and can est and sleep -asf --well as I -fever did in'my life;' It is ' n?w abonteightmonthsstaca Iras'cnred.so. £ am sore 1 can ssy the cure is aperffianent. one." gcr. eaRaBpaHon tefra'Pr/ Ayei'g Pillg. They - -TW&Ti.iinanaiiB OorixsmgnCiss iriSs holS, tl:«"rt';annnali meetings ion. W^jdnes day August 1...

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A Battle Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

A Battle Soy&l. j Barton's acceptance of Pi eraier | Keid's challenge to fight him in his I own electorate is plucky, brave— j magnificent. Toby will probably go J under, as he has " taken on" the | greatest political adept and finest plat form man in all Australia on his1 own ground.": But his grit in tackling; Georgy-Porgy has aroused flTe en thusiasm of Federalists throughout i Australia, and, though he may; be I worsted in the encounter, should he make a deeent show against his gladiatorial opponent, the laurels will i be his. Premier Reid is playing upon i the provincial prejudices of: his people with; marvellous- astuteness, and Mr. Barton is heavily handicapped in haying not only to oust an extremely powerful-and popular man from his own constituency, but to educate them; ?up to a: certain standard of patriotism. King Division is the historic ground on which Sir-Henry. Parkes met his last defeat. On that occasion the numbers ' were—Reid, 608; Parkes, 4GJv; When the Co...

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Coursing. MOONEE VALLEY PLUMPTON. WATERLOO CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

MOONEE VALLEY PLUMPTOlf. / WATERLOO CUR In fine coursing weather the Aus tralian "Waterloo Cup meeting of the Moonee Valley Coursing >Clnb.was commenced on Tuesday.-The recent rains bad-rendered the ground in fine 'order for coursing,and<with'a splendid lot of hares provided, the sport turned out of the most interesting nature. "After, the reading of the card on Monday night Goldspur, wha wis very smart as a puppy, was backed down to 6 to 1, and he started si warm fayonrite for the stake:- : Hazel Girl/ who was well backed straight out on 'Monday, was drawn against Innis falleri in the first course- of the day, andj to-tlie surprise of - almost every; one .on the ground jwas heateti. t-1 The Sydney bitch-was led bylnnisfalleri, and before* iHKjsel Girl -could wipe'ont; tho/dpeiiw^^ points had lost. Odds !of ; r j2: 'were. Jaid;on the 'loser.: Black Ponglas, wbo is another from New Sonth Wales, was more fortu nate {ban Jp£eljtJirjr~ jHe^shOTved! great pace:inOKis gtf ^^...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898. A New Development at the Bore. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

^hc $ort pivic Jtecoriscr. Saturday, July 16, 1898. ; A Sevelspmeat at tks Bore. ■THERE has been a fresh -development at the bore daring the past few days, thin vems of soft white quartz having 'made their appearance. It is unfor tunate itliat this change shonldhave occurred: at: soflale. a -stage, and_at just about the depth at which it had been decided to discontinue opera tions. _It will be .for the Government geologist ' to pro nouncs as to theimportanceor other wise of the-new development* and if it is of an nnnsual ";or unexpected character it is to be hoped he will urge the Government... Lo fn»ther pr< s ecate the boring in order that the underlying strata may be thoroughly, tested. The thick stratum of gran ite or slate met with between the 500 I aind 600 feet levels continued with So ' variation^ for 260 feet, and had not the i change mentioned occarred vye should i. certainly not ■ have -advocated any further expenditure on the work. The i decided change in-.the...

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VESSSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

VISSSELS TO AUUIVE. Amulrec, barque, 1,329 Ions, Steele, master, from Kotterdain. Sailed May 28, 49day3nut. ; - Fulwow]. ship, 1,986 tons. Lowia master, from Hiitr.br/g. Sailed June 17i 29 days ■ out. Invercsk, barque, 1297 ton3, Langford, roaster, from Antwerp. Sailed, May 11, CO days out. , j John Eaa, 1-masted barque, 27H tons, Mad«eu, master, from Puget Sound. To Kill. Mary Augusta, sliip, 1.335 tou3, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Prince Robert, 4-maitol barque, 2654 tons, Hansen, master, from Pujjefc Sound. Sailed May 17 , CO days out. Biver Fallncb. ship, 15S6 tons, Young; master, from Brako. Sailed April 23. S* days.out • Wyclwood, barque, 1.216 tons, "Watson, master, from Antwerp,v aail«l May 7. 70 daysout. iVindsor Park, ship, 1,602 tons, Lambii' master, from Hamburg. Sailed June 7 3D days out.

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