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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnOr?vn.-Oct. 15. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Them, from HobartTown. Passengers: five in steerage. Turnbull, Howden & Co., agents. Oct. 15. Keera, s.a, 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel bourne... Turnbull, Howdon, & Co. agents. Oct. 22. Glencoe, 159 tons, .W. Johnstoi, from Hobart Town ; .passengers, two in steerage. Turnbull, Howden, & Co., agents. I5PronTa-Oct. 15. Free Trader, from Hobart Town, 1 ton potatoes, 4 bales woolpacks, 5 hhds beer, 1 case drapery, 1 keg wine. Oct. 16. Keera, from Melbourne, 5 hhds llqr casks and 2 casee brandy, 2 qrcaska whisky, 2 hhde rum, 4 qr casks and t cases wnoe, 33 pkga beer, 57 bags sugar 1 bag coffee, 6 cases old tomr, 26 pkgs tea, 11baogs rice;, 8 cases cider, 6 pkgs tobacco, and sundry free goods. : Oct. 22. Glencoe, from HobartTown, d ton potatoes, 1 bag rice, 1 box soup, 1 hhd beer, 2 boxes candles, 2 tombstones. ExoRTS-Oct. 17. Keera for Melbourne; 629 oz gold duet. - Oct. 18. Free Tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

BALD HILL,DONNELLY'SA ND S FULTON'S CREEKS. ON and after MONDAY, the 6th NE October, CARVER'S "ARGUS At EXPRESS" will leave Rosedale:.every Monday, at 6 a.m., arriving.at Don- Los -elly's Creek on Tuesday morning All Letters must be posted in Sale by . 8 p.m. on Saturday, addressed , via Rosedule, thence "per Carver's Argus Express." GENERAL POOL, D AY and NIGHT at the Club Billiard Room ! TEE MELBOURNE BANKING kno' COMPANY, Gn (DEPost'r aD Discour) r)eq Corner of Queen and Little Collins fl Streets. N PROPIETOsS : well J. P. Bear, Esq. o The Hon.Wm. Highett Hugh Glass, Eaq., J.P. M.L.C. as a T. Chirnside, Esq. The Hon. Captain brar SimoaStaughton,Esq. M'Mahon, 3LL.A. will Thomas H. Bear, Esq., J. P. -- LIABILITY UNLIMITED. DIl?COIaS: Sale P. P. Bear, Esq. I The Hoo . Cap.M'Maahon Frederick Cook, Esq. soLrcrron : R. W.Nutt, Esq. The above-named gentlemen have j formed themselves into a private Banking Company, under the above RA title, for general discount and loan business, and the...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

MISCELLANEOUS, We learn that a new rush has taken place in the courseo of the week to a gold field discovered on the Yarra, about 101 miles frotici Melbourne,. On Tuesday last some 203 miners were on the ground but we are without. information as. to the prospects thny have obtained, T~he road to this rush is tbronXh D)andlenonag to the Bnnyip, fifty-six miles, and thencd to Bark Hut, nine anIt a lalf miles e the second branch of the Terwin, seven and a half-miles; first branch of the La 'Probe seven miles;. second branch .of the La Trobe, five miles; the Granite. Cave, nine miles; and thence to the Big Ynrra (thle new rush), ten:' miles-or, forty eight miles in all frot' thelBunyip. It is witlhin two miles, of tliao track to' the Jordawnknown as Hglies's, and isenot far froml Jericho,. the atices on to that township being-to the -1 Crook, seven 1 miles (whero a tree is airkied ": , '.with a " W. under it, to deatoe the. neigh bourlthod of water); thenced to' the Springs; seven niles...

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THE CHAMPION PRIZE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

TirPi OFrAMPION PRIZE ANIMALS. iaoet Tutr itsta's JOOanat. in our present: 'number the portraits of " the two champion animals at the late show of tie Port Phillip Farmers' Society are given. The prizes, which are silver cups of the value of.£50 each, are offered oil the followingr terms :-Tobe given to the animal whicf, ic t the opinion of the juldges, is possessed of the highest order of merit of its kind, and; when thrice awarded to the same auital 'to become the property ofexhibitor. Tlhe.ie'conditions have now been fu:filled. by ."Prince Clharlie," and the cup has i conisequently passed - per manently into the jossession of his owners, Messrs .1' an:L iL. Macintosh.- " Prince Charlie" has won tnumerons first prizs inl the colony, an.l was also the winner of the first prize often sovereignls 'sl hest entire draught hllitre exhibited at the IAte sho;w. lie is a dark bhay, and was impni rted from Seqtland by, Messrs 1. asl iE. -.lacintosh.. Il.e was ireihb Ctrr'.lin;lere.n Obrueir...

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MYSTERIOUS MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

M. YST1ERIOUS 1URDEa,. ra14 ie a sne, nor. I3. Thui trial of .T asinh" Grinishaw, for nmurder, was the only-cash boeard li'f,.re f Mfr. J nstie \oulesworth, at the Criminal , Sessions of the Supreme Court, yester day. Our readers have been already made acquainted with the main facts of this case, and, as was etpected, it proved to b' of a moust interesting nature. The prisoner was a man evidently belonging to a respectable class in society, who lived in a small house very near that of his daughtor and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. dfayger, at Greensburoingh, near Heidelberg. Some months-or more since, Mnr. Mhavger had for a servant one a.ltrgaret Mitchell, the daughter of a firmer re?iliiig near, and Grimshaw beini a wi'l. ver, and withal of i weak nuIl exeitable i.-ti.re fell in love with her, ii 5itoe of tihe difference in their years. \Yhust traieired between them does not appear very clearly; but eventutally thi girl left Bre. M.1yger's service, and wintihdnle to her father. Grimseh...

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MATRIMONIAL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

MATRIMONIAL PROSPECTS. BY AN OLD BACHELOR. Felix \Villiers seas my first and dearest friend." He was little as a boy, and little as a man, the only thing great about him was his heart, and that was large enough for an elephant. He had but one fault, and that was a desperate one--he was always in love. Jilting did him no good if one woman played false, he instantly made a declaration to another. Fair or dark ,short or. tall, fat or slim, were all the same to Williers;. his heart was like a carpet-bag-you;could cram any amount of love into it, I used' to tell him it iSonld be his ruin-so it was-that is, it will be. -When he inarried I cut him. Self-preservation is lie first law'of nature, ahd I didn't know but matrimony was catching. I called him a, fool, and he said I was a brute. I ?ever saw Felixfor twenty years afterwards. Last Sunday I had the blues-I do have them sometimes, particularly when my shirts have no buttons and I foundl two in that state on the day..to which I allude. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

3ORDAYA DIGrGI -W5. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap; . Apply at the Office, Fostir ? Street, "Sal :, 20je c Pack and Saddle Horses. SR: SE1.ELL holds a SALE, by Aucti-m, every SATURDAY, of Pack. and SadJle Hiorses, at Sale, at Trelve o'clock. 5, c "T ANTED to purchase ThreeTeama of Working Bullocks. J. EWVELL, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 25THn OCTOER. Sale by Auction. A T the YARDS, Foster Street--I . Pack and Saddle llaosss, Colts and Fillies. -Two, flogskin Sadlles, qne Side Saddle, one Jockey Saddle, Bridles, Ient-slfe, &c.,&i. V.:.. Sale atc Tw'l'lve o'~llo?Lck J. SEWELL Anctioneur. SATURDAY, 15th NOVEMBER. lRe Frest. .1 elEon Ilotel, Luckn:oW. i Sale by Auctton. THIIE.Trustees having arranged the morrgago of Me1sss. Turubull, J iHowden, & Co. on the above premises, C will eauseo them to be offered by ipublic auction, at the Royal Exchange Ilotel, Sale, on Saturdr", 15th November, at 12 o'cloc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

STEA TO : IELBOURNE mIE line screw Steamship:: ICEERA ., will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY... . .iC i torrees will be carried to or;rqm tPort Alberi at 20sr. eac 'stole, ,uoI4dýi A\4a usbfbentered at the Customrhs'befo 10 o' oelak ani. en the day of sailing. Return Tickets...;.......... .... 5 Available for IA days. For freight or passageo '.apply to TURNBULL, 110WDEN, ", CO., Wharf-street,: PortA1bert -:- " All goods at coiisignees 'riskl when landed. All 6goods'diseliarged, if n6t removed froni:the wharf bliforeo' r'iocoiork p,m;, will ibe stored at consighnees' risk gaid expenee.:' . .. ,a o STEAMER _TO" THE "ITCHELL' AND TAMBO. T IE steamer1N '.iSPFRISH, Alfred . Morrieby Cooimninddr,; will .:leave the Lia Troibe Bridge every, Tuesday morning, at 7o' ,look,bsharp;,for the above. F.: :ARE S:: "-:'., ::. .t Cabin: Passengers :.:'..;:;'£1r . CQ:10 Steerage .............. ... : 1 . :1, c0 (Inoluding refreshqlenmte) = FREIGHT :,;, , ,::. To Ilairnedale,: per iton,.....£1 £ 10i :0 T...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 October 1862

TOWN' TALK. , The importance of preserving the bervie herds of dippsland from contagion Is once mor prominent liroughtibeforeru ba y ss dure of the Otasgon Governmcnt, in subltilng to the wishes ofe the people there, for the ad."" mitting of catl.q shipped at Port Albert into : their ports.. ippaland has now'the entire monopoly of the :foreign cattle trade to b "' Otago anod Tasmania, and it only rests with: themselves to keep it.- It ought now to be considered by the atock-holders adutyofpara. mount importasceto got a cattle inspect?esp. pointed for 'this district, and to watch wit c Pleuro°paineumon?mt ct,-'rro m private lfor 1. matioa received, we ares inclined to the be'it tf that a considerable number of store eattle e , working bullocks will be brought from iofected I districts into this during the eneuing'samm . by the recent purchasers of land under the new Act, and with every draft, however well or carefully examined, a threatened danger Is brought into the very heart of ou...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

TO Tilt EDITOR O1 TUEO1P'8L&IO TWEI. minnyArnileselomtwo' .,Iird wide anid mnrip niles ii Idon ti~cit'ýrout h undere-: wood ot a' h, uor'h lnhl~luhLiio, ohir b.rn end sttih sritlýirkt eontcviltedl n'iti to trhidl any hance otf; pa'si ilg thiongh wirhout the atid of a tuihniawk or bdlllook4 sunh.. is the, deosrirptioa d n ,v ono of the.Tordan trckewlhethorsit be Porter'F, or MecEvoy's, or, OaitpbueU s;' nod from suIch a state arises dangers alm:)st to', horrible to contempl:te,' and yet such, as, in all probability, will he r:ealise I hiefre midarlummr's day comes, round. Fires haveo already-appeared in li hitly timbered ahd dry scrubby localities, siil lthht,'they-will shortly extet:nd.to, .the ?ountain, ranges, we must believe. Minesiw', ho are settled about ini the mountain gorges, desire fire that they may be able-to prospect the country with greater ease,: and there can bei very little doubt but that if the fires do not- take place by accident, that the milers will set t...

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To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

To Advertisers. In compliance with the -requ?est of several miners and others residing' at' the :Jjirdan Donnelly's and .Fulton's Creeks, &c., &c., we have consented to publis? the whole of the Boechworthi:Mining Lawe which are ap. plicable to Oippaland in our journal. but, that we' should not- at, the same time shut'out nevws from our subscribers who are not immediately interested in mining, itis our intention so to divide the nmatter as to ex tend it over it lo.st thire nurmhnors. During the publication of these laws, we have maile arrangem?ent for furni?iing a large number gratis to the minero on the above goldflielde, and.we would beg, to draw the attention of ad gertiscje o this fict; as it'orfers to themithe advantage of, i coniderirably siicroasod cirolao tion amongut the goldl-flelds on both sides of the Dividing lingo, and thus become a mutual benefit to putisa .trading both hero and. there. Our publiction of next Friday will contain the first division of th...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

.O in EDITOR OP Tn~~ Orht'rLD ?,?se. "Sir, I beg yo will permit me, throughl le colhimu's of' ou' paper,;to draw the Ituntitien of the revenue departlnent ':t heli numiber of grog ghs}nties which ar? polit exisatenc at n1d1in 'lthe neighbhour hoed of the' TBald Hill Iii:n'fact, nearly every blioau. ,iells ?sptrit, ' the great6er p?iton of rihicl? is some .vile compound hllich set peop'le mad; 'detiroytiig the' healili, nd th!iything but contducive to the moral welfare. I have no wish to turn informer,: ut I klow' ,too well the con .!equenc 'to in?hrsa of tlihi unrestrained .le of spirits;; it hans ruined thousaiids, .l ent '?Iuls nenI Injury' not. only .on the draduler, tiuý' also ott their minate, besidies 'tligatn example'lto the youiger miners, hicli they aroe often .oly} to.reaitly' to folw. '1 holie", sihi.s t:luisetr 'may. lie a Wrninl? to theso'inliceinsed dealed,'6as I .hotitll nurldo regiit thnat thlly slinihld incurur a pehinl f?rom tfoll (d.itgFout'iealling. th i ill..ie ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. (NOT) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

CORRESPONDENOE., ' Wa do not hold ouraelves rosponsiblo for tho opinions of our correspoodents.e THE SOUTH-GIPPSLAND ELECTION. S- NOT) :BY An! ETONIAN. Thea roault of tho South 'ippoland Election, though eCactly wlih:at I'xoe6tod, hoa givon rise to somno extraordinary rports as Btothep real or imaginary candidituro of Mr. Roubert Turnbull. In fact, I am.told that that goatls maIl;ha renouncoilj alliconnoction withtho proceedings; and. ildonouncei thoe whole o" na pi1cblcaiu'oa dodge" If tlls is true, hi coin niittee omust *'hay«e'' been', ieithr most' cou' founidoelly taken in, or-theywere tho'mnbst deceptive of il' doceivero, haviog worked with. an apparent energy which far B'lrRpnosed'thoir opponene,' wivhilt their eiithiiiasni;. evidently, catching firo 'f'ro' tiheir over lieatod incogiina. tori, rearcd up. thir candidiato oa a molton Image which, they, were ready to bow down anid w6orebip. On Wednesdiy morning the excitement ncrenascd--the advent of the hero 'was at hncdl-tho st...

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MR. LEGGE'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

MR LEGGCE'S CONCERT' Mr. L?og- o concert, on Monday evo .in INit, in the Meohcl'lce Tnstituto, thouegh i decideld .uccas, as far as the performnted was coucrnied,a wis not so well attended as we had hoped. This.:was not owing -to any want of 'willinugies on the part of . the public to support Mr. Leggo or oenjoy the treat which he had preparod for them, but was. in a great, masure,; tio, ol'ct, of the genor.al gloom which had been cast. over so, many by thu'unfortuobts occurrence of the previous day, aoswell:as the inclement state of the wea'her which had sot in.at the on. timeljr hour when the company wore about to aasomblo.- The duty.which devolves up on us of noticingau amateur performance, though in this instance a very pleasurable one, is a'ways surrounded with considerable diificul tips, principally ensuing from- thi ne ous desire on our part to dp justice to the endeavours of oach individual to please, with. bout detracting from.the merits of any, which ve':ehould mot delcide...

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FATAL OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

-FATAL OCOURRENCE. One of thoseo painful anlddidtresning occur. renoes which coat n gloom over the s'?rroold-. inlg noeighborhood, and excite a largo amount of symop ,thy for theao lnmmodiatoly a?tncated with the fI.lily .of the ,nuIfortunate porpe. trator, took plco at AFlhn?m on Supldly night last, when thei prcprietor, J, W. Jones, Esq., by his own act, dolilbontily put n oend to; hsl lito by shooting nsulstlf through th hIaod with n rovulver. It' aipraiod that for somn0 ti.no Mr. Jones had lafulrcd conalderablo lo ipre.oln of spirits, whilo w?, +mnoh Ilnoreused by the ocoltoanlo;t conoeutnoult on the throwing upon furo sole tiO . Lh¢b~rgaJacltug? .1l'ot in which bin ruen was ituatcdl, andR by which pro. ccedling he lost noveral soutlon. of land almost immediately eontignois to his own residence, and which he would have bien anxious to pier. chase at almost any prioeif pit up to6pblic. competition. On S.turlday night last it ap. poared from the evidence of the household that 3Mr....

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

CO U MEROIt. L AL... IMELBOURNE MA.RKETS. Messrs. W. E. and A. S. King's report. The cattle market' has been but moderately supplied with cattle of chiefly good quality, which, owing to tho slack demand occasioned by the over-suripIiea for thor last fea. weeks, cold.with very little spirit, although at only a trifling decline upon list week's rates. .We do not look for any improvement in the market for a month or two, as the supplies from the north and west during the.apring and summer months are likely to he ample. WD quote beot pens bullocke, £7 to £7 10 ; second do, £5 10a to £6; beat cows, £5 sn to £5 15 ; second do. £4 to £4 10i. The veal market has been sup! plied short of requirements, and former rates have been well maintained ; best calves sold at 40s to 56s. The sheep market has been moderately supplied, and a fair amount of business done at about last week's rites-; beat wothere have been sold at 18. D.lmahoy, Campbell, & Co's repnrt.-Fat Cattle-The supply-for the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT. ALBERT. ... nnrvn.-Oct 23. Eclipseo, 180 tont, J." Calder, from Hobart Town. l Pasengers, clidn: Mrs. Johnson and servant, Mi?s Jmifeas, Mrs. Turner and two chil dren. Johnson & Hood, agents. Keera, a.e., 114 tons, S. Patrick, fronm 3el bourne. Turnbull, Howden, & Co. ogents. Exrowrs-Oct. 23. G Olenco, for Hobart Town, 90 heaid cattle.' Oct. 24: Keera for Melbourne, 396 oz gold dust. Oct 25. General Jesaup, for Hobaxrt Town, 70 head cattle. Oct. 28. Eclipae, for Hobart Town, 82 head cattle. sAILED.--Oct. 24. Free Trader, 206 tons, J. Thornm, for Hobart Town: Glencoe, 159 tone, W. Johnston; for Hobart Town.. . Keera, as., 114 tons, 9. Patrick, for Mel bourne. Oct. 27. General ,Jensup, 193 tons, C. Hodge, for. Hobart Town.

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SALE CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

SALE CRIMINAL SESSIONS. The Sale Criminal Sessions were held on Monday, the 27th inst., at the Sale Court   House before his Honor Judge Brewer. Crown Prosecutor, Mr. Armstrong. The duties of both were extremely light in the Criminal Court, there being only one case of horse stealing. THE QUEEN (AT THE PROSECUTION OF' A. H. McINTYRE) v. SWEENEY.   The following gentlemen were sworn as a jury : Messrs. Swan, J. Rintoul, G. Rintoul, Bain, Ross, James, Hiam, Douglass, Gellatly Davey, Ross, and Pettit. Mr. Armstrong   prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, the prisoner was defended by Mr. Atkinson, solicitor.   Alexander Hamilton McIntyre deposed that he resided on the Crooked River. That in the month of November, 1861, he lost some of his horses (of which he described the brands), among which was a grey one, branded WJ off   shoulder. He searched for them about a fortnight. Found the grey horse outside the Court at Wangaratta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

Sale Turf Club Autumn MVeeting. 4th, 5th, and 6th March, 1863. STEWARDS. J. B. Firebrace, Esq. J. D. Smith, Esq. Wm..Thomson. Esq. George Hogg, £sq. John Campbell, Esq. -FIRST DAY.-Ira 3fJac. MAIDr.Em PLATE.-A sweepstakes of SL each, with 301. added, for all horses that hare never won an advertised prize Weilght:: 2yrs. 5st Slh; 3vrs, 8st 41b; 4yrs: 9st 91I; yvrs.. 10-t; 6 and aged, lust 41b. tOne mile and a half. Scunt STAKES--Of 151. for horses that hare never run for an advertised prize. Winner to be sold for 301. Any surplus to go to the futuds. \\eights not less than 7st. One mile heats. Post entry. STRnAL ST.?EEs-A sweepstakes of 41 each, withl351. added, for 2yr. old colts and fillies. \Vei hts, 8st. One mile. -'Ilac HlUorDL RACE.- Of 201 W 1iglhts not less than 9..t. Winner to be sold for 301. Any surplus to go to the funids ;:nce round-over five leaps, ftr.t i61nin height. Post ntry. Q. .qTTats' PuttiE-A sweepstakes of a41: etar,.i 4 : l?li,led;: 2 -miles. W Veigitts' 2)ry,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 October 1862

TO TRE EDITOR OF THE GIPPrLA,5D TIles. eSIR,-Some short time ago lereelad a repirt on tl entraiicee of the blikess by Mr. W\Virdell, Inepector=General of Pl. t lie Work-, and by. his lescription of the entrance, I thought thattle had actually been thlere, but, on reperudin? hi report. Sfilnd it coensiests mostly ofl a private cniversitiol betwedsi Mr. Wardell, the Port Albert Harboru-master, and one of his b?tat's criow, liut We nl know wht a favoerahble dLe'riftioii the Port A Albert pjdoille givo a6. the entrance to theI lkles, without MT. 1Wirdell gone.t theere foVe if rdfitio fo - lief( " ii b?tir're "tlcet tbey areltot j 2yt'to clo'sb'thei'r ' eritiince f r the b iheelt fntheri ir. c WVahlell's (henara.') rep rt'sany "that odi. two occsieons only' hIavetisv ie succeedeed Ie inmentering from seaward, one drawing 5 ,ir, the other three feet of water, and that bothl are now completely locked in, p each attempt to get .them out to sea t having failed" Now to othissttement I most gi...

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