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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1856. THE COUNCIL'S EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

THE BENDIGrO ADVERTISES,. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 186G. THE COUNCIL'S EPITAPH. The checquered career of the Legislative Coun cil of Victoria has at length been brought to a close. , Few-assemblies of any description have ' passed through an existence of such ignominious failure, and have approached dissolution with so little public regret as the Legislative Council whieli has just closed its account with the country, It fell to its lot not merely to excite the contempt and the distrust of the community, but even to out live its toleration. Dr. Owens only spoke the truth, on Wednesday last—a truth echoed by every intelligent man in Victoria, that " the . Legislative Council stunk ;in the nostrils of the public," For the last few months it has actually cumbered the ground, doomed to speedy extinction by in exorable destiny, yet clinging with pitiable eager ness to life, to the disgust of.friends and foes. It might, at least, have inspired respec...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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BALLAARAT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 18th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

BALLAARAT. (from our own correspondent.) , 18th March: 1856. "St. . Tatutck's Day.—Yesterday, being 'St. Patrick's Day, was observedjby a lavge portion of our citizens as a holiday, and although, tlio wea ther was very rmpleasant, yet it did not much in terfere witli their sports and pleasures. From an enrly hour crowds of diggers were to be seen bus tling about in all directions, wearing shamrocks in their hats,—the natural emblem of old Ireland,— appearing in high spirits and on good terms with every one. It was pleasing to witness so many hundreds of. industrious, well-dressed people enjoying themselves, and I am happy to say in a manner too that few could find fault with. Inithe evening several balls and other entertainments came off and were well attended. .Altogether! St. Patrick's day on Ballaarat passed over very agree ably, and, .with a few exceptions, our Irish fellow cittzeos conducted themselves in a yery friendly and creditable manner. : Charles Gavan Duffy, Esq.—A meet...

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WHO IS TO TAKE CARE OF THE SICK AND THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

WHO IS TO TAKE CARE 01 TIIE SICK AND THE POOR ? ; There is probably in sublunary affaire no evil without a concomitant good. Take the case > of the unfortunate ^Wilk'ins,'adverted to- in our " last, issue, as an example... To this mail, sick' even jto the extent of being-incurable, the authorities j of' the "Diggers'Hospital" will not give an asylum^ as being incompatible, with the laws,of the Insti tution ; and the Municipal Council can make 110 provision'for liiin, on the very adequate grounds that they .have .110 funds to nppropriate to sucli d purpose,-nor any, building with the necessary apl pliances of medical and other attendances, (to justify them, in undertaking the care of, the sick, with all its heavy responsibilities. Looking to oiir local resources in these.-matters, the question is forced upon our consideration,—Who is to take care of the sick and the poor 1 With regard to the sick, the case is not despe-: rate, . for "we have an i Hospital' Supported by Government ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. FOKT OF MELBOURNE. March 10.—Flora Bella, from Sydney lltli instant; • Starling, schooner, from Manilla 18th December; Cham pion, s.s.s., from Portland 18th instant, with forty-one passengers ; Emily Jane, schooner, from Sydney 10th instant, with seven passengers; General Wool, barque, from Wellington, N.Z., 5th instant. ■AILED. , March 19.—Ellen, schooner, for Lnunceston ; Sebini, ^-.schooner, for Newcastle, N.S.W.; Fenclla, steamer, for Lannceston; Electra, ship, for Batavia; Clarence, steamer, for Lannceston ; Qtteeu, steamer, for Warnam ■-"liool. PBOJECTED DEPARTUnESl ... -Fob London.—New Great Britain, 2nd April; Kent, in May. Fob; Livebpooi!—Marco Polo,'; 35th March; Boyal Charter, steamer, in April; , ■ i ; v.. For Liverpool via Cape of Good Hope.—Mariner, ]*.cdrlyl. . • '• \ ' ■ ■ * 'Foh Sydney.—A steamer every Monday aiid Friday ,.;at„ noon; Blue .Jacket, Wanderer, Xittle' Pet, Golden '[.Spring, Fettercairne,,Emily Jane, early; , Tor Newcastle, N.S.W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

SandhurstJjDire otory. . '/A jBIJOTT'Sflate of Birmingham) "Australian Hotol," ,«rL White Hills-road. Aa ordinary at pue. o'clock* ,.daily,: . ...... Gapr30 .' A DEL AIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. Jx. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENBIGO HOTEL, Bridge-stroot. John Harrioy, propriotor. CO. M'DONALD, Lfcmonade find Soda-water' # Manufacturer, Hcrae-street. Late 0. and J. • ty'DonuId. I00PER £ ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall ' Mall. marl DMACDOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridgc-atrcot. — ■ 627jun6 • WALL,; Bosquet and Raglan Streeta, White JJ Hilla Hnmlot, 7th. Wbito Hill. . /I W. HANCOCK, Weighbridge) . Proprietor, and .\T«, Cteueral Comminnion Agont, next the Post Office.' HOLUNaSWORTH,.Plaqiber, Glazier, nnd Paper : Bangor, House and Sign' Painter, Market-square. ) TTOWABD'S DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and JJ. .: Qinger-beelr Manufacturers, Hargraves-atreet, vfjandburst. 209c • TAMES CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy if. .street. • " JAMES' BOONE, M.D. Offices: on Pall Mall,' ; a...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. We have still to report a steady demand for draught stock, of •which description our market lias been hut poorly supplied during the lhst'week, and what few we have offered have sold readily at fair prices. Holders would do well to jive this market a1 trial. We disposed of ft mob of unbroken saddle and coach ing horses on Thursday last, realizing £15 10s. per head. ■ /Tip carts'are in demand, and in many instances, for a good article, extreme rates have been paid. -The following are our quotations :— ■ ' Common hacks, .£10 to £'20; good do. and light har ness,1 £20 to £35; good draught, .£*10 to £70; heavy 'do., none offering. Tip-cartsr±'22 to £32, according to quality. ..-i. .* J- L. MACPHERSON & CO., Auctioneers, ■ Horse'Bazaar, l'nll Mall, i : :.;iSandhurst. 20th March, 1800.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

BIRTH.           On the 22nd instant, the wife of William Hoskin, Short-street, of a son.               DIED.   On the 10th instant, at the Golden Square Hotel, J. W.   Donnelly, late of Sydney, aged 40 years.  

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.     SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR.   Advertiser Office,   Friday Evening. Gold remains at £3 17s. 9d.   Bank Gold Office, 20th March, 1856.     Mr. Bannerman reports :--- Gold-dust has remained at 77s. 9d. since Saturday last. Large parcels still continue to be offered for sale, and the competition for this article is unabated. Further ship- ments of sovereigns to England have taken place during the week, and while the present ruinous rates for gold dust remain unchanged; every vessel may be expected to carry them off in greater or less quantities. The rate of exchange on England has been further raised in Syd- ney, but, notwithstanding the loss sustained on this de- partment of business, there is not much probability of another advance being made on this side, and we may therefore look for a sudden and serious fall in the price, of gold-dust shortly. The gold market still r...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 20th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 20th March, 1856.   In the Long Gully, the miners are making great preparations for the winter, both in putting up their winter habitations, and erecting new puddling machines. Towards the head of the gully a large number are now being built— in fact, to walk along the gully, you would suppose it was a mania that had seized upon the inhabi- tants., At the slaughter-yards, a new yard is nearly completed for pigs and sheep ; at the top and down the partition-fence, pens with roofing are built, being about six feet square, so as to answer either for pens or piggeries; the whole is enclosed with a very compact slab fencing about five feet high, and is on the slope of the hill, so that it is drained with very little trouble. In Sparrow Hawk Gully many are at work, and some are, I believe, doing very well. From here across to Kangaroo Flat little but puddling is going on.   The quartz reef known as the Ge...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 19th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Barnard.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 19th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Barnard.)   Larceny.—John Purcell was brought up on this charge.   It appeared that the prosecutor, George Alfred Hens- berg, a miner living at Myers Flat, had bought a 60-gal. cask, which he brought to his tent, and put a private mark in it in the inside and 0n the outside. On Tues- day morning last he found the cask, which he had placed at the stables, gone. He was induced to go to Sailors Gully, and there met the prisoner, and saw his cask cut into two tubs, both of which had been used. Yesterday morning he was working in Pegleg Gully, and saw the prisoner using one of the tubs, which he recognised as his. (The tub was produced, and the complainant re- cognised it.) A black man, who was working with the prisoner, absconded previous to the arrival of the police. The brother of this witness corroborated his evidence entirely, and identified the cask as being his brot...

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THE ARGUS AND THE AMERICAN CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

' THE ARGUS 'AND. TtfE.' AMERICAN OONSUJ".. . .The fallowing is from the Aye :— " CONSULAR DIGNITY." ■ (To the Editor of lhe\Ai>o,) Sin.—Will ynn allow mo a short spuee iir your columns, to. set myself right with regard to tin article which appeared ill Inst Saturday's Argus, under llie hciul of " Consular; Dignity." I owe this to my country mid countrymen, iuid to ft generous people whoso hospitality I ahull never forget. a ■ ■ V 1.(1111, yours, &c., JAMES M. TA1U.KTON, " ti. S. Consul, Consulate of the United States, Melbourne, March J8tl), 1.8i\(l, i[cqi'v.] ; (Ti> the Editor of the .-Jri/us.) Sin,—It lias been suggested to me by some of un friends, that reference was made to me in an editorial under the head of " Consular Dignity." You will he good enough to state if such is the fact. I am, your oliedjent sei'viuit, (Signed) - JAMES M. TARI.ETON. U. S. Consul. Consulate of the United States. Melbourne, March loth, ISoiS. (cof?), (To James firloton, Esq., United Sta...

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CASTLEMAINE POLICE COURT. Thursday. (Before Mr. Harrison and Dr. Preshaw.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

f!ASTLT3MAINE POLICE COURT. .Thursday .. /Rflfore Mr. Harrison and Dr. Preshaw.) ; ' -The Conrt opened this morning at 9 o'clock f specially, to' hearths eases of the parties who hnd been charged with illegally working on reserved , Crown laijd. Mr. M'Donogh appeared for the pri soners'; Mr. Aspinoill for the prosecution, • The County Court requiring to ba opened at 10 1 o'clduk, and the magistrates having been summoned tpi that,Court in an appeal case there, it was agreed tliat the' £3sa be postponed till the appeal crfse hud , Jreen tried/ At 2 o'clock,, again the Coorfc opened, and the ,-firat case,called waa that of Thomas Thompson, iharged by.Mr. Aspinall vrith illegally working on read Crown land v [\Ve may mention the reason of Thomas Thomp son: being; charged, instead of William Adordeen, was that tho Committee thought It better that Mr. Thompson, being-a regular minor, there was some mal-arrangement on Saturday, and Mr. Thompson was the party who was intended to tost the gr...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 22nd March. (Before the S[?]pendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

: COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS: V Saturday, 29ud Marclu , , . ; ; (Before the Slipendiuiy Magistrate-). ... 1 . PisoitnuBLiEa.—-MurLiu-M'Ntt.mara plesileA guilty ;to being drunk'-anil 'disorderly, and Waaflntrf 403»/iOn the reqiicbt of his employer, Mr. MtJlisob', 'tbe.agrBeriient between.-..the.m was .-.cancelled' by . the^vSBencli.. Ann Spiers,. alius, Waters, <#«& vwlio^fciiA .been' foynd lying!oit ttieroad wea# tile Criterjou'JUotel. in a state of intoxication. Her plea was the tfesel'.rtbh of her . better half after leaving gaol. She woa.ciiijiniaseff with 4 severe caution. Deserter.—".Tomes Logue pleaded guilty * fo the charge of being a deserter from tha 40th Heginjerit. He had been apprehended at Ecliuca, bii'tlrtii Mrirrtly, au^. was ordered to be forwarded to Melbourne. *' 'j"'-.' * SiiAnn 1'BACiiqn.—.Tames .AViucLi.., wati;i plvargcd"|by Patrick Roche, with stealing ft .gwAg -frpm; tile. of, the-; Shamrock Hotel. Coni^ainant_-had^lefl the ,&wag!:iui....

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION T[?]EATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION TIIKA.TRH. Notwithstanding the inclcmency of the weather ! on Saturday evening, a very lnvgc and respectable ■ 'audience attended to witness the first appearance of: the renowned Lola Montes, on liendigo. This i lndy is certainly untitled to the credit of doing ] more than we believe any other artiste in the ! Colony could effect, in inducing the careful in- ' habitants of the town and district to venture to ! the theatre on a wet night. She had evidently I excited the greatest curiosity and interest here, as ! well as at other places, iter reception on her ap- i pcarance was not, however, so enthusiastic as she j had expected, coming fresh as she did from the ! tumultuous acclamations of the audiences in the I Anmhitheatre in Melbourne. The neonle of I'en- ; digo are somewhat mn! mid reflective, and arc not I easily moved into (its of extravagant admiration, } though we believe their approbation is all the : more lasting and sincere on that account. j The perfor...

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MELBOURNE COMMETCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [?] Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

•V MELB'dUBNE ;COMMEPvC£AL INTEU.IGENCK. yavj.'ad ti .si,-: i* .y;; :.v .. , .Thnmlftv Evening. : .i lUliere'was very little doing in the gold, market to-dsy. /Tlie brokers',.buyii%:!ftite aoniinues at &:i 17s. Oil. pel' • jOOTjoa;'* iExpori duty was pidd on 730 ounces, for Liver •pt&ltfby life Marco Polo. • ■*—*Tmde-wns very brisk, in anticipation of the holidays, und large parcels of goods-were despatched on (heir wiij •to.ilie interior'-'.'The'tftfl cargoesofBaltic timber uhicto liifve recently arrived have changed hands at a slight advance On former rates,' utid tliib ,uiitrkci is brginiiiii.£ to- assume. a firiue'r'foiie. f AYith reference to Iho'Eiister holidays, it lias been tir '.rnngi'd '^tliat the C'ttitiutt House shall inn piti-licijwto io •tlieiii. su fur ns those officers-arc concerned who are itn ^njdiiitelf.eomiected with the shipping; iivnle. The (.•its •torn Hoitse; w'ill he opeii fur tlos|j;iti--li of business both •.on*Suturilayand Monday. 5 • ' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

■ TEE WEEKLY ADVERTISER, ^BUSHED . JEVEHV P KID A X ^ i'.'MOl; N fNG, At tjiiuvfici-? °ir xbjs " Bj'njhgo AbvEhTissiv' i '% > . - PuU _Mail; siurdhmst. : ^fjTOIS Journal ttilf'"'contain the latest iictv.s of lows] "•ytr interest, vp to (be TnHtr.etf pntiltettion, and copious ^xlracts, carefully selected, iVoia tlie Jilnropeiui jMpcr*, ^eiifivn to tho War ami its 'yrogrets, and outer .import .'.ant subjects. fhe Mining interests will hn carefully studied. and ,full reports rogpectiu# llio'in'mei «nd miners, from " our j .lOtVjh .Mining lU'poiler," jib well tis extract* from tlio va ■^ruiHS rtiihing j\'i|iors, will bo inserted in eacii issue. ■ ■■ jls it ii'intended to tnakv this No 17 .TjijjuuI «. i'tiitlif'iil <iiVbnieIa of passing <mmt«, <m extensive circulation ;i» '..Wffti'ted on the jrnliilicld.-i, 11s well us iu tho ugripultaral NlJUtiSas, where the /leHiliyo Advertiser has already'-a oitwlation. ; Agenetei ba*« been established in this colon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

NOTICE. Wo Imvo the pierstuv to iiilbrin onr numerous rcai'c that, luivinfr uomjilptivl'uli the lu-ccusfiry nrrnntjemeiits fur l't'M'Iiti'iuu" it DAILY TAPER worthy of the district, we hIus!1 commence to jiublkh Hit* flrutlhio Advt r/i.-i'r daily 011 Monday, tlio 7th of April. The f-n'/si'riif'inn lo llie Onilv .l'h-crli:u:r will 1),' t«"eiity-f!vo .shiiiinjpi jmr quarter. A seal-- i.t" Adverti; in*r charge a • viil bo published ill ii It-«■ d:i;s, by which it will lio m'ou tlint iv Inrnro raiucl ion upon present prior* will be nmde, especially fur lengthy advertisements mid froijiicnt insertions. : COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE, Proprietor nnd Manager, Mr. Henry Coleman. Third appearance of MADAME LOLA MONTHS. This Evr.xixo, Tuesday, March Sloth, tin: perform ances will commence with the successful comedietta, ANTONY. AND CLKOPATIIA: Antony, Mr. F. Fol irind : -Cleopatra, Madame Loin Mmites." After whieb, Song, by Miss Aunie Lewi a. To be, followed by TIIE LITTLE TODDLEKJNS. Dance by...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 22nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 22nd March. Present;: The Chairman, Messrs. lIoBken, Ensor, Wetherell, O'Conor, Rawling3, Knight, Robinson, and Bouran. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES. Messrs. Frost .and Roberts' application for four teen yards of the Victoria Reef was postponed. Messrs. 0. J. and H. Brown applied for fifteen yards of a reef at the crossing place Long ftully— the application was granted. DISPUTES. Bradshaw v. Aitcliison.—Joseph Bradshaw said that he had been in partnershipwith tlie defendant for the last eight months. A verbal agreement was made that the defendant was to put a man in the claim when gold was struck ;.on Molloy, ft former 'partner, leaving, the partnership, Mr. Harney came in ; he immediately insisted upon the defendant's putting a man to work in the claim at once.'-The defendant named a man that be would1 put in, but he (witness) objected to him, as lie was nn old con vict Harnov in consequenceobjeek'd to continuing to work the claim as the'defendant put no one in It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

Merchandise. ny,i,.,vjjA_Y. HAY. CHAFF. CIIAFF. '•'-■■NOTICK TO SETTLEUS AND OTHERS. POLLOCK nud W. W. DUN13AK haviujf v/;'Wmeil a Oo-pnitnoraliip under the niuno and firm • of ''"Pollock and Dunbar" are prepared to receivo con 1 BHjftmeitts of hay, com, anil other produce at thoir pre mises, adjoining thestoro of T. Nixon Clement, Hijjh 'rtreotv'Sandhurdt, or in tlie market and dispose of the • Aaine at a moderate of commission. The advantages 'tiVpiii'tics sending produce in tit onoo to this store, thcre 'byV'saying the time- now lust by curU and teams fro 'huontlv standing the greater part or whole of the day hi tho open market without elU'cting sales must be np ■ parent to o\crv interested parly. . P. •& D. hope by strict attention to business and .quick return of sales to merit a share of patronage. ' C47ct&W HOKSE FEED. •n'rHtiAFP-of tlio.best quality, on Snic at D. Macdou 1 ' gall's Britannia Store, Bridge-street. - - - - '■■■ 6S0csnt&\v T" PALL MALL T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

Auctions. THTS DAY. / Jones's Horse Repository, Pall Ma))., SJONKS will sell by auction, -'tVis dfty, • Draught, Imck, anil light harness hoixu.. Saie at. hull-past eleven, A.m. 119(5 WEDNESDAY, dCtU "MARCH. Ml!. S. JONES, Auctioneer, will sell hj Auction oil Wednesday, ^ifJtK March, at his Horse Repository, 1'hII Mall, A IVfsh moll ol' unbroken Horses, in.excellent condition. Purchasers will do well to take advantage of this op portunity. Sale at twelve o'clock. 721marC5 THIS DAY. H MARKS will sejl by public auction, This. Day, s 2.'>th iust., on tlio ground, One Horsu Puddling Machine. Together ivith - 2 Jams of water 1 large cradle. 2 wheelbarrows 1 pump Tools, &c. Also— A superior tout and stable. The above is situated in Eagle Hawk (fully, oppo site Simpson's Store. • Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. To be sold without lle?errt». T07mnr25 4 NEW- Puddling Machine and dam for Sale, yitii • J\. atcd about the middle of Growler's Gnliy. Tlie reason for eelliiu; is the owne...

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