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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Aitiuvrcn (port albert)., | January 58.—Gtencoe, barque,' 'ISO tons, T. Lang'from Hobart Town, in ballast. 1 January 28.—Maty Ann, brigantino, 116 tons, G. Graves for Hobart Town. January 30.—Storm Bird, iva.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne., Passengers—cabin; Mr. and. Miss Collins, Mrs. Bradley, Messrs. L. Mason, Bennett Clay, P. Pavis, Junr., John j\IoUonald;/: Steerage,-7^ ' - cr,EAiir,D out. January 25.—II; S. Page, barqiie, T. Spring, for 1-Iobai t Town. January 30.—Melbourne, brig, < W. .Johnson, for Hobart',Town. ■ i' J an u ary 31.—Mary Ann,; brigari tine,' 11G tons, G. Graves, for Hobart. Town.. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. rosterj Mr/arid Jfrs.'T. Gordon. isiroit'J's. Jnmuu-y28.—MaryAnn, from rTobart Town; 9 bags, inigmy ,1800 pajing, 248 ftv battens, 1454 ft. qunrtcn-ing,250'bdlqs.VshinglGS,7lbags.lime) 1 case drapery;'l-pkgoi do.v 1 meat safe.' ;^ January;i30;^Storini iBird«froni-Melboutne^. lq,qr.>ciisk ' wliis...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. The Ocean Chief arrived at the Heads at a late hour on Thursday night, after a fine passage of 7 9 days. Amongst her passengers is Mr. Charles Gavan Duffy, late M.P. The more important part of the news now come to hand has been anticipated by the previous arrival of the Clasmerdem ' Movements in the Crimea.—The Moniteur publishes the subjoined ' tele-: graphic despatch from Marshal Pellissier to. the Minister of War— Sebastopol, Nov. 2.—On the'27th Oct., General D.'AUonville, with1 24 batalliorisy 38 squadrons, and 56 pieces1 of artillery; advanced on the road rfrcmi Eupatoria to: Simpheropol as far as the ravine of; Tcho-' batar. He found the Russians firmly1 es . tablished on the, opposite side of this ravine,' where they have thrown up an. entrench-■ ment, defended by 36 guns, all 32-pound.ers; some shots, fired from them at long range, : reached our ranks, and struck down several-' men and horses. Every attempt made.-to1 draw the enemy ou...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, lst February, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

#tpp0 (Suartftan, Friday, ls£ February, 1856. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. A Committee' .of, the Legislative Council'": was recently appointed for the purpose of i enquiring', into the subject of the Ag-ricul- i tural operations .of-the Colony,' and of; de-: vising' the best means ; for obtaining cor- i i'ect information .respecting- tlie various pro- * | ductions of the'rsoil. No .report has yet emanated from the Committee, and we' may take for' grantedits enquiries, have.< not yet been concluded. . We hope thmr: labors may be successful, and that they shall be alile to propose s really- good and workable scheme for the attainment of the object sought.; Statistics of, all kinds are useful, but those relating to agriculture lire pre-eminently valuable, because the support of the: inhabitants is immediately dependent upon' the products of the- land; and if <the. produce fall short of the . esti mated consumption, it is necessary to; re sort to foreign aid to supplem...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

;0OMMI3RCIAL INTELLrGTCXCE. ' " MELBOURNE -MARKETS, . There has been;no alteration of-unyimpor-' tance' in :th(i cattle market since • last week's re port. Therei have been .large nnmbers of. cattle ■ in, but.principally of inferior, quality, which sold nt prices from iG 10s. to .£10;1.5s. for bullocks, and £4 ••lOSi.-to- £<>' for cows. . Prime quality is is still on the rise. ' Sheep, first class'wethers sel ling -nt ISs ; isecond do. do.,'.14s; to lGs:, and" mixed,, 10s. • to.■ 13s: v Prime lambs still continue scarce. IIay Market. Saturday,12Glh January. : Since our . last;: report: no variation worthy of note, has pccurrcdj-cither as regards quantity or price. ■ / . > We have heard this week of hay'in stack having'been and about, to be put up for.public , competition, and it is very probable such -instan ces, will increase. . The high rents so easily paya- 1 hie when hay was. bringing ,£20 to. £30 per ton, are now beginning to press heavily on the shoul-. tiers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. □H3B «SL» 0LE> ZHC&L !35 ON SALE AT THE Weale's Rudimentary Treatises. ;Arithmetic Treatise on Mensuration ' ; ; The ' elements of- Plane' Trigo nometry.. .i: ■. Analytical . Geometry .and - Conic : Sections , ' , Mathematical Tables Mechanics '' Treatise on the Steam Engine Well-digging/and. Boring . Drainage of Districts and Lands Drainage, and ,. Sewage of. Towns and. Buildings...: Construction of. Cranes, and Maclii- I ^ nory' Tubular, and other Iron Girder ■ Bridges > Art'of Constructing and repairing Roads Masonry and Stone cutting Limes, Cements, Mortars,&c. Manufacture of .Bricks and)Tiles- •>. Art of,Building, ... Land and Engineering; Surveying Civil Engineering , ir.v • Architecture ;; Perspective ' - Painters Art, or. a, Gramniar of : Coloring. Introduction to the studies of Natyi-, ' ral. Philosophy., Chemistry 'Mineralogy : ■ ;' Geology . ' '. .. Richardson's, Rural Handbooks,. ^ "New'''Editions, revised anclertlarged j—eacli Vo...

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EDUCATION—MENTAL AND PHYSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

EDUCATION—MENTAL AND ■ / PHYSICAL. . Mental education means.the developments or expansion of ..the, mind. ,-It is-: effected s by means of letters,; books, 'pictures,:.and by oral and .written descriptions of. animate; and inanimate objects. The , education- of the mind commences when the dirst. smile; of intelligent recognition on the pn.vtof.tlie ■infant gladdens the mother's heart, and never ceases while .life lasts;, therefore the observation sometimes .made, that the child / begins his education when he is first sent so school, or. that it is finished when he leaves the seminary,: betrays an erroneous conception of what really constitutes edu- ' cation. ■■.■To. speak of a, finished . education is neither. more; nor less than; sheer non sense.. It is reported of Sir Isaac Newton, that'after he had perfected his wonderful, discoveries, which have immortalized his name, and continue to astonish and benefit the world, he said in conversation with .a friend,' that after all lie had ...

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POETRY. A MONUMENT FOR SCUTARI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

A MONJJJiffiNT, EPR:§pU^4RI.- . The following beautiful poem, which does not ) want the^qyotatioh^ofUhe'first verse/ nor the initials at the close, to shew-that it is from the 'Pgn,'$f<Afr. I?. M/Mjlnes; .M.P.y appeared finj-the TtmeV^6^^epieInbler, WtJi,V-T /J'iThe.,cypresses, of Scutari , . i " "In stern' magnificence,look dowi) . 'On' the lir'iglit lake and' stream of sea' I ' And glittering thpatre of town; :: ' Abpy,e the throng.ofirich Ijiosks, : Above the towers in triple tire, A^p^e the domes of lofti.est mosques,. ' ' Those p'inacies of death iispire*." Thus, years ago, in grave descant; The traveller/sang", those ancient trees That Eastern grace ^plights to plant" In reverence, of mari'^ obsequies: Bufc'Time'has'shed'a gol'den hazo'' • ■ .' 1 Ofi momoKy. TOund.:thei cypress, glooms, i^nd gladly;h$irqyjews the days, . Her wandered'mid; those alien tombs. . . r:fj ■' m:.) f; c i " 1 No>^',pther:^'assipn;rul^s,the.soul; t: • ^'d'^^tan'8/lTamUar.hame . ■ ' Arouse...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PREVENTION OF BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

LOCAL. INTELLIGENCE; PREVENTION. OP,BUSH-FIRES.. ,, At; this season vof the: yeav it may be useful to republish the provisions oi an act passed, in February, ,1854, entitled " An Act to Restrain the Careless Use oi Fire." < We direct.the attention of new arrivals es pecially to the . penalties the act imposes upon carelessness in tliis respect: Clause I. Provides1 that if any person1 shall ignite in the open air any inflamable material for any purpose whatsoever within two yards of any growing- crops of corn or hay, or any stubble-field, within ten yards of any stack of hay or corn during the months of November, December, January, or February, or if any person shallignite any inflamable. material in the open air whereby tlie property of any other person shall ;.be inj ured or; destroyed or shall leave any .fire in the open ail* unex tinguished, lie shall forfeit a sum not ex ceeding- the sum of fifty pounds, or be im prisoned, with or without hard labor, for any period no...

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HOW THE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM THE CRIMEA MIGHT BE ACCELTCRATED— [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

I-IQW T HE; TE tiE GRAPH IC ; NEWS' FRQM! THE; CRIMEA : ! MIGHT BE: A C CELTC R'A TTC D — } I » •" ''/'lit Dr. Dionysius Lar.dner, has addves-,! seel a lettev- to: the '/Eimes,! in which lie shows ho\Vii despatches long enough.to aocupy i six ; columns::'Olv; that .journal; might be transmitted by electrics tele-, graph'-in: two- hours. In support of- this assertion-he^nakes the foljo^ving state-' ment: " >Some time since the following experiment was' made 'under fh'e.'dir)ec tipri.of.Ms Levqirieivaiicl myself at,,the^ Ministry, of:., the : lnteriorj ; in . the. p'resence ol'j two,. CommissionsT^one ';o£> tiiq .Legislative Assembly,and.the other of. the. Institute.:—A. telegraphic, wire, was prepared whicli extended over, a, great p.ar,t, of -France,.'its^ two, extre'mi-3 ties, l)eing..brought;inib the room' where the'experiment was made. , The length of the wira was, 1,Q82, miles., ;.T(he arri val as^ell,as,the cjeparture of the des patch took place under, the eyes of the com...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

NEWS'OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The business transacted by tlie Council during- the week, not being- of an impor tant character we have omitted it to make room for more.interesting* matter. -.«• ' An; UNEXPECTBD- EiNiSH.^Speakirig'' of the tendency of temperance orators to set forward themselves: as previous exam ples of the blighting-, effects.of; drink,- the London correspondent , of the Inverness Advertiser says:—"This predilection was smartly satirized'the other evening- at a temperance meeting1. A person in the hall got up and said,My friends, three months ago I "signed the pledge. (Clapping-.,of hands and approving' :cheevs.) In a riionth afterwards my. friends, -I had a sovereign in my pocket—a thing-.. I never had - before (Clapping- and loud -cheers.)- In another month, my friends, I had 4 a good-* coat on: my back—a .thing- L never 'had before. (Cheers, and flapping much louder;)'- A loritniglit after that, my friends; 'I' bought a coffin.''' -The audience was going...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, : commencing 1ST feb., .1856. ■ rnHE Port Albert1 Steam' > Navigation Company's fine new. screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company,'s Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. , Pares—Cabin £5 ; ! ' - Steerage £3 5s. Freight, per ton £2 Por Freight or Passage apply, to WM. DOHERTY, Manager,, 127-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. ADVERTISEMENTS; . NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY LONDON. .Established 1836; JNCORPORATED by 'Act of: Parlia ment, for. Eire and Life Assurances. Capital £1,259^760.sterling-. v. TURNBULL and CO, 14*012 . Sub-agents, Port Albert PORT ALBERT. BAKERY. J. J, HART. : TOES and Tarts' ready' every day from 10 o'clock a.m. to 4 p.m: i Lemonade,- ; Gingery r Beer, ,Orangeade, and Soda Water. Rasberry. Vinegar.in;.'pints , and :lialf-pints. New Potatoes 3dL^ lb ;or 20s. <{f Cwt. Port Albert/21st 'Dec. 1855.11 ■ 19-012 TO BE SOLD1 "1 A/3 Acres, of good grass ground, in t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TARRAVILLE POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, 26th Jan., 1856. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.) CONSTABLE HARDING V. MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 February 1856

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Tarraville Police Office. Saturday, 26th Jan., 1856. (Before Capt. Carey, S.M., and Edgar Slade, Esq., J.P.) CONSTABLE HARDING V. MARTIN The complainant, Constable Harding, charged the defendant Mr. Martin, land lord of the Bush Inn, Bruthen Creek, with having illegally permitted liquor to be served to parties in his public house after the hour of 10 p.m., on the 18th ult. A whole host of witnesses having been ex amined pro and con., their worships con sidered the charge fully proved and fined the defendant £2 and costs. CONSTABLE HARDING V. SHERWOOD. The defendant in this case, Charles Sherwood, appeared to answer the com plaint of Constable Harding, who charged him with having obstructed him in the ex- ecution of his duty, on the night of the 18th ult. at the Bush Inn, Bruthen Creek. The complainant stated he was en route   from Sale to Alberton on the 18th ult., and remained at the Bush Inn that night ; that there were some drunk and disorderly p...

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RURAL CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

RURAL CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. Kitchen Garden.—Examine the beds of keeping or bulbing- onions, pulling" tlieta as soon as the tops decay. Sow seeds of the late and early kinds of cabbage, coleworts and brocoli; also sow without delay white and yellow turnips, if they were not sown the preceding month. The early sown will now be above ground, and as soon as they are in rough leaf they should be rolled and harrowed with a light harrow, they • should also be hoed, and three weeks after re-hoe them, give them plenty of room, don't be sparing of the plants; sow also small salads, a small crop of early turnips and onions for winter and spring ' use. Plant some cabbage plants pretty thick to come in for coleworts, and make jilfmta tions of endive and lettuce. Gather seeds of' all kinds as soon as ripe, for if left too long the seeds > will fall out of the pods. Pea grattans if foul should be , broad sheared, scarified and . harrowed ; to' cause the weeds to. vegetate in order that they ma...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Moiieton Bay Separation.—We nre informed that Sir William Moleswortli mentioned to Mr. Deas Thomson, just be fore .that gentleman left London, that the Government had determined upon separa ting the northern from the middle district of the colony. The decease of Sir William and the return of Lord John Russell to the Colonial Office, may possibly postpone this measure; but it is understood to have if. been determined upon.— -Sydney Ileralcl. H Gold near Waiuinambool.—Mr. M. p W. Fisher, of the National Schools, and Mi, Roberts, wheelwright both of Warr '' nii ibool, have just returned from a pros ^ ] ecting tour in the vicinity of Cape Otway, 1 Wc have seen portions of some quartz giivel found by them adjacent to the coast g ana near Mr. Brown's station, Moonlight; g Head. They are strongly of opinion that ' If there are quartz rang'es in that locality, II :and that the country has every inclination • If of being auriferous. We would at;oncej If advise some steps be...

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

]jy the Electra, which left; Liverpool on the iOtli of November, we have English papers to .■that date, from which we make the following extracts :— 'THE CRIMEA. Wo have received advices from the Cri mea, brought; by (.lie Ganges to Marseilles, arul da,led Marseilles, T()l;h; and Constanti nople,-Nov.-f>:— I Iambnrgh, Nov. 1-J-. - A:- 'despatch from St. Petersburg annoim-. ces 1.11til. .tlits 'Emperor left Nicolaeif on 7l;li Nov. for thivCriniea, to take command in person of the army of Prince Gortschakoff. •• •.-.•Prom the camps beibre 'Sebastopol we : have letters to the :80th nit. All expecta tion of an attack from the .Russians had disappeared, and every one was busily, en gaged in preparations : for the coming winter. Owing to the large number of officers of both ranks who, now that the • eninpaigiv is over, have applied for leave of absence on "urgent; private affairs," the ; commander-in-chief bad issued a general order, intimating that tliey are still in tlie: presenceof ...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 8th February, 1856. BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

'Friday, Sth-Jfybrvanj, 185G.l" ;]J rjRTITS, DEATH'S, A 1VD , , ' MARRIAGES. ' ■WiwmiF/it'lilio circumstances of.the Colony| ■be prosperous or adverse people will g-et married. /'And'Lliey, soom determined to. please 'themselves, and ' marry iwhen they choose, 'Malthus an'd.'IMartmoau to tho contrary, notwithstanding. ■ ' PI icy will noil hoi bo del 011 od by tlio piospect of sick wives or. srpialling babies;; by hard* times or : the,wa,nt of- employment: "-; On- thoyrushin . the very face of consequences, the thought .of.''which :.would-haunt'the dreamsiamhdis- 'i fcurb tlio ,-sleoji of v. tlie .musty old bn.fccliclor «and* bhe)fnssy^/mwff lady of forty f ' 'There i can bo no question that in (his respect, at least, they cheerfully choose to obey God rather fclian?nif!Ji, and attend to tlio injnnc-;( tion of• the .Creator in preference to the mandate of'the, creature. Our fathers and. mothers: were guilty of (lie same innocent ,i indiscretion, -,and somehow or other .their i sons a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. HANDSOME PRESENTS!! nnHE following-new Books are just received and on sale at the Office of this Paper. 1. The Works of Eminent Masters; 'containing their Portraits v.and' Lives, together with choico samples from their Works, whether in Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, or Decora tive Art, complete in 13mparts at Is. each,—the published price. 2. The Popular Educator, the most complete Encational AVork ever produced, con taining Lessons in all Languages and all Sciences, with appropriate 11 lustrations, Maps, &c., 15 parts are issued.' ■ The above Works are suited for the Youth of the Colony, piore especially those in the Bush, combining' a mass of useful information with amusement. (f"\N 1st January, 1856,. the GippsLand Guardian Subscription and Circulating1 LIBRARY will bo opened to the public, consisting- of Works by the following1 authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickons, Lover, Gapt. Mnrryat. Gait, etc., etc. Sperms* TO THE SUBSCRIPTION' LIBRARY. £2 2 0 .. ....

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TIME'S CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

TIME'S- CUKE. 'Mourn, 0 rejoicing heart! ■ The hours'live Hying, Each one soino treasure takes— Each one some blossom breaks, And leaves it (lying; The chill dark night draws near, Thy snn will soon depart, And leave thee sighing; 'Then mourn, rejoicing heart, The hours are flying! .Rejoice, 0 grieving heart! The hours' lly fust; With each, some sorrow dies— With each, some shadow (lies, . Until at last 'The red dawn in the east .Bids weary night depart, And pain is past. TJejoice, then grieving heart, The hours fly last! JJoiise/iiihl Words. Tins late. IIorwhlb Assassination in Irk land.—A- relative of Miss Hinds the late victim of agrarian -.outrage, writes us follows to tlio editor of Saundar's JSFaws Latter, dating ironi Killeshandra on Fri day niglit:—" I vliavo just returned from the scene of' .the late murderous attack upon Miss Charlotte Hinds, and found her -i still living, hut without the remotest, hope of recovery. Her medical attendants are of opinion that she may linger...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED(PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

SIIIITIN G INTELLIGENCE. Aiuvivi5r> (pout albi:ut\ ~ JFcbuarv?6.-^rStorm*Birtl, r.A.s:N.:(Cb's Slcanir' or, 75 .ton's, M. "Ji. Syilbcrfr, from Melbourne. PassdngcrsV^CabiiVV'Mi's^anfV'AIisk'J^iiSvsoJi", MissM White,'Miss Smith, Mi's, dud'Miss Campbell, Air: ^ anil 'Mi-s E 'Buckloy^ Jvli'j Mailcb,JMid John ;stonc^Mcfers; vTurnbull, J. McJven/jo, Lovcll,;i Schiller, McLcod, \V. Pearson. Steerage 5.( CIX.tltlM) OUT. A, ITobruary, 4.—Gluncoe, 'barque, T. Tiling, Tor ] Iobart Town. ; ' J ■ , i ' KXPOIiTS. ; >February 5.—Ciloneoe,, for Ilobart .Town; 68 'bead cattle, and 100 bheep.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

• cokkespo'nden ce. Tothc:Edilor ofihn Ginns Land-Guardian. -M Siu.U-I'see by1 youiv hist/IVirravillo'Police re-j port a case statcd'.the: Queen, v. McAlpme; .Mr;.? Mc Alpine's mill dam ;has boon complained . of . for j • some;i time,. - and > is";.t'no doubt/ a great nuisance, i .but soifur. from it being/lawful f.to cut away .that danv the proprietor^ on the .opposite side, of . the f stream cannot lawfully, take a Iced out of it.: ; v: But' Mr. McAlpine has: a right to have .two! . sluices ; instead of one,;, so that- he may. open the - cscnpe sluice when Yie'stopshis mil), and ho ought ! to be compelled to erect one;, the river would theni continue .'to*.flow'.without- interruption.;; ,!"= •' -J The case, the Queen v. McAlpine, was very i badly got up, awl, l am told, a i,?ird of a very > : gay feather was nearly!loosing his perch for not *, appealing witli a better tale (tail). '■ : J3ut I am fistonished the inhabitants of.Tarra- ; ville put up. with,:a much greater nuisa...

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