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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

Monthly Sale at Stratford. O- X[ODAY, s3D AUGUST. 15 Head of broken and unbroken Horses 15 hlead of Mixed Cattle Surplus Stores, Furniture, &c., And all Goods etecred prior to sale. J. SEW\ELL, Auctioneer. Monthly Sale at Rosedale. THURSDAY, 6rt AUGUST. .. 12 .lead of saddldie and harness '12 Ie:.d of Milking Cows, Steers, Lot of superior Farming Implements, General Mlerchandise, &e. . And all Goods entered prior to sale. J. SEW\\ELL, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 25TH JULY. Sale by Auction. Ti the Yards, Foster-I.reet, at 12 o'clock noon, 20 Head of First-class Saddle and Ilarnes Horses. J. SE WELL, Auctioneer. D. .r CO0L E, Auctioneer, :I STOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, SALE For Sale, A SPLENDID S.ISIPLE of SEED OATS. PL Also a supply of SIIEEPWASH TOBACCO, at Melbourne Pricea. Apply to IIF1 CHARLES SEEHUSEN, 13ruthn,. (?1 ENUINE PORK SAUSAGES :FOLR SALE every Saturday, and BEEF SAUSAGFS daily at the " SMITHFIELD," Desailly-st. Sale. For Sale, IBo)T S: 'STAION, GIPPS .LV...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 24 July 1863

C.i1\E1MThLCTAL.. brtIF o~n:;ls`:rfnlrl·:Ts. ]iiye anjld futcluiIt'a Ilitoat. Iot. C ttle. T'h tc n lily of th ut cattle rolht lfornwad thin neuni cci o t1w 1.4 tits of hint, mot lota uiulig vey gjc.d soi lI hey. 1500 wind were ynruclil, 1.1.41 IsenthlJ' dirl~csed of to thle ttude att vcnii .ciidtl urnieB, rrnidnuicý thne qIulity. 1 i e t t iinnio, tin lid oli to £8 15s; goiLod ditio, 44 11,,1 no .t0; lighnt anii inifnic, £1 10s iii .i3 lobot 0cc si I:5 05 t £7 2a iel; linwud ditto, £4 to £5 ; inferior and light, £1 10a to £3 10i. Since lkst report we have sold--20 cows, M.r. Parker;, avenge £4 15s ; 155 bul. locks, SIr. James Eutchart's, average £5 7is. Total, 355. C.dves.-A ve-y light supply, only 53 Leing ytarded. W. E. and A. S. Kiog's Report. Ft Cattle -This market is in the same crUowded state as ih .,u een for some vee?.k, and u ith-out any ippareat elmuce cf ano iipruovement. The supply consists af about 1i O3 head, of c!hiefll good and prima quality. The demen.id sea not eq...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AND INOCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

PLEURO - PNEUMONIA AND INOCULATION. Fonol THE F.LOtM P' JOURNAL. The following extract is taken from an article on Pleuro.-peumonia and inozal:atioo, published in the Farmers' Jo;?sal of the 2tht imtant : The disease in 'wistion beinr, in the fash ionable language Sf the Lda, "acclimatised" in Victoria, it is not surprising that the means of coping with it hss become the most common topic of conversation amongst stock-owners of every grade. In whatever direction we turn, the proprietors of stack-wwhether of fifty head or of ten thousalu-are disc:ussing the merits of inoculation. Those who have tried it under cerefil supervision and geod :nnagem?ent, with one accord pronounce in its fivor; and sune being the case, we mony usefully inquire into the value of the evidenoce thus voluntcered, and the extent to which tlhat evdence warrants the general adoption of the practice. It will be re mlunbered that inoculation forpleuro-pneumonia h:ua been opposed fromn the first by a large num ber ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

TO CORPOCSPOXDENTS. Wfe-ennnot insert the l etter of " ab ther Native." atit dnecs Ut c1mtain the propwr uiume aed eddiers of the wlieer.

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OTAGO. COLLISON OF TWO STEAMERS—GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

OTAGO. COLLISON OF TWO STEAMERS- GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. (Frito THE DAILTY TIMES, JULY 6 ) Betwoor five lnid six o'clock on Saturday evening, the steamer Pride of the Yarra, a small iron screw.boat, took on board, at Port Chalmers, from forty to fifly passougera for Duoedip ; and oo' familyr (tih Rev. Mr. Camlp' bull's) consisting of nino souls, fromn on board tho ship Matuakla, which hdltd only the previ ous daly arrived in tl?m?u i .from London. At the hour of starting it ?was dark, and tho evening being peculiarly dull there was a dilliunlty in eoactly estototitig the number on board, or recoguiziug the pers'ons. The( majority wore oil deck, but the hldies, ijclh ding Mrs. Camlpbell, the wifo of theo Rev. M. Caompbell, principal of .tho High Sclhool, DutI) din, soght wha· ir'oved to be the iatnl sholter of the cabin, alMog with her hu.band and her fivo young and interesting ohildron, atteoded by two maid.lprvauta, Faity -Finchr and urY ktobort~, Ig} t41 .asamti place wao se.ted a tir...

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THE NEW ZEALAND PORTS OPENED TO GIPPSLAND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

THE NEW ZEALAND PORTS OPENED TO GIPPSLA'ND CA' TLE. h' is eo,,ie pleasure to refle.t that, nlt. svithstanding thu eflhrta of the Arhqcs to e?ttblish thlie prevalence of pl'uro pn(iuuionia in 0Gipplnd that that they have eutirely failed ii their iitentiunt of d.,ing us more Ini-chief thain n mere tei rlorary exclusion firom the Otagon alrkelt. This exclusion, we are hamplpy to sn', exicts tn longer. 'TIhe Goverin mient of thalt iistrict, after having made a tuiit ncarchiii inquiry', his with draiu the prohibition which related to Gilppselid cattle, and have again thrownl opein thieir ports toall shin.ents from this distuict which hacv been 'xamiineid and passedi by the iispeetoir % e have tin doult that the spllendlid .odlition of those cattle which here in r'ansilu when the ,rohlibition wits made, atld arrived after the invidtious 'ipo'rts of theI Melblourni .4rgus h:tl been madet public ii l)nedin, hadl much to to inl brinting anhout this satislihetorv ehange ; am it i ttort have i...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK. 23rd July, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

D)ONNELLY'S CREEK.. ,.(rFst, A connu "rou'ar.) 23rd July, 1863. Meagro news this week .again, still every week brings us nearer to, what I trust will becomoae regular oee,?ly com lltnialtion worth readilng and knowing of what the reefs are doing. I trust to be abli to get the result of every crushing. McMillat?i's' chlne has been ctuslhig since 16th for No. 1 Edwanls' Reef. All the stutl' is what is called rubble, but the result is not known just as yet, as they have not retorted. The supp Isitie is that it runs 10 ozs. to the ton, or oven more. There is, however, some dispute between the reefers, thiugh 1 cannot ascertain:tha cause, but the Wardes is on the ground. I underaltaed that some one has been saying in Sale that the White Star Reef is ouly a shell, but I thiilk he either never stw the reef, or that ha knew nothing about reefs, for a shell to extend and be di.tinctly tr.iacl a diatasnce of five or six miles is at rich idea. The Crinolineo nachine will be at work, I beliove,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

3 TO iVIELBOURNE. fno screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every Y. will be carried to or from Port Albert at 80s, each.. -tlold, 2d. per ntce. Par Is over 200 ounces, 1}d. for shipment, must be entered Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. ary of sailing. ra Tickets.................£5 Available for It days. freight or passage apply to BULL, IIOIVDEN, & CO., street, PortAlbert. oods at consignees' risk when All goods discharged, if not I from the wharf before 4 o'clock ill be stored at consignees' risk ese80, a c graph Line of Coaches. ALE AND PORT ALBERT. IVYE HORSE COAChI will ve the ROYAL EXCHANGE S, ale, every WLUsNEsuAY at carrying passengers to meet ?auer, returning immediately r arrival. area .. .. 30s. iigers and Parcels Booked from Melbourne to Sale. RILEY, Agent, Sale. S. BURRO\VS, Agent, Port SON and NEILLY, Agent, dors street west, Melbourne. FRENCH'S E-HORsE .oAoH. PFAlRES. lbert to Sale .. £1 10 0 Lbcrt to tBald Hill.. 2 0 0 Bald 11111 .. .. 0 15 0 -V IS the C...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED—July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

SIIIPILNG INTELLIGE CE. PORT ALBERT. ARnIVED--July 23. iKeera, .s., 114 tons. a. Patrick, from lel bourne. Turt-nlll, HIowlteu & Co., agents. IurHTs--Juiy sJ. Keera, from Mvibuourn., 2 hhds. 0 or-c.sks,. 4 oc:aves, and 3 cass wine; 5 qr-casks, 5 cOes ;ad 2 Legs bualdy ; 6 bags miat, loS bLag sugar, I 1:ge hops, 10 plkg' taolbco, I3 pkgs ten, 2 qr caoks anid 12 aoes when.y, 120 Lbgs tice, 1] pkgs dried fruits, 5 pl?t cotuee, 10 pg.s beer, 12 caes geneva, :ud sucdSy free gauds. zrori.Ts-July 23. Oregon for Duundin, 190 head cattle. July '4. Keera, for 3deblour .e, 7 ounces golL CLEa.itEiD UT-Jul3 23. Oregor, for-DIni -lin. July 24. Keera, for Melbourte. SAtLED.- July 23. Helen S. Tag:, 217 touns, T. Spring. for Hobart Ttw'n . :, .a . T . July .r24. Ieera, s.s., 114' tons, S. Patrick, for MIel bourue. July 26. Oregon, 396 tons, W. J.:- Wilson, from W..lshp.ul, for Dunedin. Passeugers:- cabiu tlis. Mloris, Mrs. Harris, anud 4 children.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

DEATH.   On the 26th July, at the Little River, North Gippsland, Duncan McDougall, aged 71 years.   'I 1eVen. the Airc! lc'eonill (DV.) e:'tdnrt i:it.c Servicc tt Suiday text ai St. Poutl'e it. the noort:1tng a t 11.34' nl in to e tl e'ocoto0 ot 6.30. T'h4e hot'. J. Firth tell cotte Divine Servico at flirtdole ttt the 23rd A'gytt. at 1174.30. Dieivine oe: lice will he l4.1: at tite1 B1344 Hill (ii t the Dili Auguot at 11.3ot. Divlil:e Service will he Iheld in tt ie Preolty. tcri:4o Ctiurc·h, at Slel. oil Sundiahy test. att. i2 o'clck nceon. ito! it hal411.) :04 6 o cloeck p.t. A'so at Stretfordi a. 12t,'clckh u4.(:44. unit at ,retlealO at h4411.!440at 11 'clock a m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

ROBERT TOPPING 1_JAS very great pleasure in intinat L i ng to his numerous friends and customers that' his SADDLES, manufactured at Sale, still continue to receive that nuqualiliied approval for which they have ever been celebrated, combining as they do trhe very essen tial qualities of comlort, duirability, and cheapness, to that extent which is so rarely to be met with, but so very desirable to be obtained. A good supply of the above ahaysva on hand, or. mIrdo to order on the shortest notice to any desired style. The flarness, and in fact every other department of the business, will be found to receive that amount of attention which io hoped cannot fail to give perfect satisfaction. ~ Ladies'and Glentlemnen's second hand Saddles always on hand, and taken in exchange for new 'rues. Notd the address: ROBERT TOPPING, Next door to the Bank of Victoria, Sale. Raymond Street, SALE. WIIES &`SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. F'IN ~ LES. G-OOD STABLIN G. A WELL-GRASSED PADDOCK WITH PERM...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE OIPPTrAAND TIMES. Sle,-In a late issue of the Times you invite publio opinion upon which would be the cheapest or most advartageous made of traunit to the inlhabitaots of, North Gippaland (I pro. sumo you to Inmeo. the inhabitants generally, not of Sale only) to be in the enjoymcent of the inestimableo dvantages of direct commorciul comulnuicatlio with the world without, by redleri?g the lake ontrance navigable,or to be saddled with double charges (i.e., for tramway anld so carriago.) I beg to give an anuswor to your inviltation after the mannor of tlie Scotch, by respectfully 'requesting you, sir, to answer the following questions :-oFirst-If it is pos. oible that the Mtlbournites could be p1anuuaded or cajoled into the belief that it would be much to tlheir pecuniary ndvantl to to rlinl quish their preont foolishl nomalr of loading nod dilohorgi?ig crgoeus at the Mlelbournio wlharvep; in lieu thereof to erect .whlrves outside the Pout I'hiUip Hlads, to,t pay. ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinion of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. tl We do not hold ourselves responsible for the l, opinions of our correspondents. h TO TOOI BlDITOl OF TIll OIPPSLA.ND TIM9. 5 . SSit, - Having invited correspondence con. C nected with the lake or train-road question, I - beg leave to give you a little of my experience as f an advocate of cheap communication between c North Gippaland and the Port. In the firt place, I would have you to take for granted that - there are only two interests in North Gippsland t which would be affected by'cheap carriage, and 1 at the same time likely to contribute towards its I establislhmnent. These two classes are the agri culturist and the merchant-the mere pastoral r occupier carea little for cheap carriage. I will now, sir, see how far the interests and the sym- t pathies of the former class are with you. I have j been a good deal amongst the farmers and small 0 proprietors of this district, and I find that, almost to a man, they are opponents of cheap carriage. They cay, and with...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

SESCKBLIOL" S.:FRIDAY, JULY; 31, '18G8. 0AL Mondalysity stltieb pple of Sale were gratified with -a :view of the first results of. the quartz-crushing machinery lately introduced into the Mount Useful district by Mr. John Macmillan. It gives us much plea sure to state that these results were in the highest degree satisfactory both to the miners and the o.'ncr of the machinery, and consisted of tvo cakes of gold weighfng three lhun dred and twenty seven ozs., the pro duce of about 59 tons of rubble quartz, taken from claim No. 1 Edwards' Reef. Satisfactory as this return is, we 'are informed, and we believe cor rectly, that the quartz crushed was not richer, if so rich, as the average of several hundred tons which are ready for crushing. Mr. Macmil Inn's battery is now in full work, and the weekly returns n ill soon prove the value of the Mount Useful and Donnelly's Creek Reefs. Next week we are in hopes of being able to record similar pleasing results from the Crinoline Reef, and sh...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

TOWN TAL, On M1\onday lost the exhibition of t t of gold, weigbing three hunlred an ita et seven ounces, at the Rank of Victori,, il Ihe supposed, caused some little eciten of Sale; and when people heard that thit or the production of fity-nine tons of eniti tn quartz, many persons regretted tht th-y da not before this taken some action on thcij motion which had been convoyedl to them he L time to time through the Tinaes. It hah pslio been our greatest anxiety to furnish ours last ers with reliable news, anl faots habt e, t proved that in l.tud:ng Mr. 3Mitafciltieae i ti pri.e. we were not. influenced by l nyp, on feeling of admiration for hi- elergyof. die but that our opienious were formd eon no basis, and one thlt we knew culld ut I5, shaken by any probable issue. Mr. lhry uid has no:v been successful. and taonm.r fi will flock around him, but there are re O that supported hini through his diEflsltli 31 or even offered to him one word of encrt V. ment. Time, however, wora taln, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

S ATURDAY, ]r AUGUST. Sale by Auction. ST EWELL will allI, at his Yards. . Foster--treet, on the above date, pt 12 o'clock noon, 20 Ie'4d of First-class taldle and Harnees Horses. -It· - X OXDAY, 3r:D AUGUST. Monthly Sale at Stratford. T SEWEI.L will sell by Auction, at J- Stratford, on the above date, at 12 o'clnck noon, sharp, 13 Head of salile andl harness Horse, 10 Head of Mixed Cattle Miscellaneon s Goods. &c. S Mr. H. Dtcac.?s will receive entries for all stock, goods, &c., intended fot pale. fHURSDAY, GrTH AUGUST. Monthly Sale at Rosedale. J SEWELL will Sell, at the Yards p. a ofthe Rosedala hotel, ou the above Ilate, at 12 o'clock noon, sharp, 15 Head of broken and unbroken hlorses 3'2 head of Mlixed Cattle 3 Ploughs, by Cook and Ransom Lot of ;Sundries, too numerous to mention. All stock, goods. &c., intended for sale. must be enterer. at the RosCdale . otel by the day previous. FOR SALE, N-ONE Team of good Working BUL U LOCKS, and TWO DRAYS, with Ta...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

COMMERICIAL. MELOURNI E MhnRKETS. Dalmahoy, C.unpbell and Co. report: Fat Cattle--Theglut in this uarket continues hnll leices have Il!ca laiter tb;,n they have been luctn it t t-.is Et iSt I f? r tn1taty v a sg rust. 1772 head haveneretoufa ward this u eek,?Licl were q.,itttd tiith iiternle diftlculty at from Ste. to 20n, per :led under Ithe low rates hIlt quo.ted. The 1 tilch'rs having i ain y tiecl:a on he0:d. onmpeJititn fir even fir-t-ct.?-a lts w.rs atat mnlth diler ltan uiu.l, and it was olyh thtor:th the lsist?i:ee of ter-ial country buyr.t that stteontdl-:ilss ult l ilftiaiur Jults wele. ta-lt e;l out. We gqele btut lbulblcks at firtet L.5.to L.t; 1.O; a. et reyt suitetitr pens at ftmn L.7 to L.8 t1 6d ; eecond qtality do., froim L.3 to L 4 10 ; inferiordo., from LI 12, Gd to L.2 5s; vrey prime cons, at from L.5 to L6 1Os; goed do., ftum L.3 10s to L.4 ]0s vet ad to inflrier do. fltm 1.1 ]Ls a L 2 5 We t-ld 130 head fur E. J. HolaSg, Erq.,,and 460 head for Donald 1M'Crae, E...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 31 July 1863

MISCELLANEOUS.       The Great Eastern steamship, it is   said, has been chartered by Government     with an ultimate intention of purchasing     her.   Michael Tierny, a well-known steeple   chase rider in Victoria, lihas ben killed witl by a fill from ais hoise ii Duniledlin.c hi 'The ship Victoria fronti' Glasgow, pie witil 400 emtigrants hall arrivel.ii to I)iindin. The vessel has hean'plas'ed sy iln qlarantinlie, a case tf smnall-pox livyilg occurred drini' thin voiags.i c r S:ne of thet'lo,. seitese'6eprisisier o; incareerated itn D)iuitdihi gail, 'r n!nai sl - lhemnsilvm"' fi r'thi iipse'iolf defyiit' lil thi discipline.whilchit wais nice qn ii'?ti ienfirci I7ii'' w rig'- n i` tltihId'ri : " leailr ; hiwevier, hiy ':iscu tlhsridt r ; h of Cth' itd inii t .oie it' o t.?ai :t' o A CHARACTER OF THE AMERICAN   PRESS, EXTRACTED FROM THE STA...

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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

HOLLOWAY'S OINTME l CIRCULAR TO THIE SICj. The first hospiral surgeons medical authors of Europe admit It unparalleled anti-inflammatory anM a ing properties of this (lintmennt; gore 1 ments oanction its use in rheir hnaal e military services; and the masses in o c, untry, and throughout the World, ee the utmost confidence in its curatire perties. It penetrates the sources i.flammation and corruption ahich und lie the external evidences of disease, nertralizes the fiery elements halih I and exasperate the malady. RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA, ERYSI PELAS. 'These are among the most terrible agonizing diseases, yet in their na' forms, and when seemingly incura they invaNriably disappear under a Ir vering applica;ion of this soothing, heaL antidote to pain and inflammation. KING'S EVIL, FEVER SORES, STIR JOINTS. In cases of King's Evil where mediia ceaters, lotions, and eery' recipe of t! pharmacopauia have proved useless, t Ointment will accomplish a thoroughec, Fever Sores heal quickly under...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 August 1863

*OptR1& SPONDENCE.I:: l'etehndLi leliI'oorsolTCBes eponeobld for thes;, '' opilioos ot our corrpejpoudeotat .. * (TOi TBEOiDirTiOt O oTnS GIrt'OPLAoD IiaEa. T IS OO Sin,-It is'il two or threeaweeks ago ;when '* f-'0 ¼ oiaid seeral carriers from this neoghlourheodi - *--'-, ' pd ten oillins each towards tho saahry of thot Commisasioner of Pteuro pneumonoia, .uiiaei;3tail.^ ,; cog that ttois wou1l entitle us toihave our team 'l inspccted for the next. a^months, anid now, 1ee,8661',} : by the 7c'no of the o31at July that no bullbeel:lc teases well be allowiel to cross the Avon from the . * stratford slBdoe In case the. Commissioner' has '} A; power to stop the traffiC, I'shail want'iy mony qr i '.o backe ,; and' I ksow'tluit ',ositf. oftlheciarrers 'ini', * brood being taksn away from them in thian mn.;;'-, M'lr. ]Ffster, the law makers e.tf thsi( ss'Iawi^,/(.s msmt~b m? e nd; ^but -1.thiink thu Commissloner is ':' * going tea far, and bh muot not imiigine that the ibsoelioukdr...

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