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

AD VERT.I SEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, COM MR JVC! IN a 1ST FEB., 1856*. rpHE Port Albert -Steam -4- Navigation Gompanyfs-lfinp': new .screw steamer STORM" BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will ■sail'from.' the .-Company's-.WliarJ-V-.-ibi: above. Piwt every Friday, at'11 a.m. punctually. , ' Fares—Cabin ;£5 Steerage J22 5s. , Freight, per ion £3 For Freight or Psissnivo n]>pl y to ■ ■> WM'. DO.l THIRTY, Manager, : 127:03- Port-. AlW.rfc, 31st Jan.y JSQt). ' NOUTirBKN ASSIIRA NCJi COMPANY LONDON. EsTAnr.isn i!D 1830. JNCORPORATED l»y Act of Purlisi •■4-.'.mont, for Fire- and Life Assurances. Capital £],9o(.),700 siorliny. TURNBULL and GO, ■14-012- . •. Sub-agents, Port Albert ' J. J. HART, Gf) ftr W TSS ION A N]) FOIIWA IVD IN CT' AC! 13 NT, GENERA L STORES. PORT ALBERT. , 19-0] 2 ■ ' ■■ CAUTION. - A NY person found running cattle or horses' off Mr. ■ John Pendergast's runs near Omeo,: without first; giving.-the necessary notice will be dealt witli as. the bnv directs. THOM...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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POETRY. HARVEST HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

POETRY. TIAHVEST HYMN. •'Gon of the rolling year; to.Thee ■" Our song shall rise, -whose bounty pours, In many ft goodly gift, with free And liberal hand, -our autumn stores; -No firstlings'of our fioclc we slay, No soaring clouds of incense rise, But on thy "hallowed shrine Ave lay 1 , Our grateful hearts in sacrifice. .■".'Borne ton thy- breath, the lap of spring, : = - • Was -lumped with many a blooming flower .And smiling summer j'oyed to bring: :• The sunshine and the gentle shower;. And 'autumn's rich luxuriance now, The ripening seed,.the bursting shell, : The golden sheaf and laden bough, ; The: fulness of thy bounty tell. ! , "■■■ No menial throng, in princely dome, : : Here waits a titlediX/ord's behest,' But many a fair and peaceful home v. ; ^ , Hath won thy peaceful dove'a guest; ■ No groves orpalm our fields adorn, . No myrtle shades or orange bowers, .But rustling meads of golden corn, And fields of waiving grain are ours. . Safe in thy carc, the landscape o'er, Our (...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE NEW DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 February 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE NEW DIGGINGS NICHOLSON RIVER.—At this locality   there are about 40 miners. Owing to the very recent. discovery of these diggings we cannot assert what will be the probable yield of gold, suffice it to say for the   present that nuggets from ¼oz. to ¾ oz.   have been found, in fact, the general show of gold is very coarse,—the quality from all appearance equals any obtained in the Colony. OMEO.—We hear from a reliable source   that there are at the present time about 100 miners on this Gold Field, between 70 and   80 of whom are located at the Livingstone Creek, and the remainder at Swift's Creek.   The latter spot has turned out much better than anticipated rivalling the Livingstone in its yields of gold. The following is an   average of the present price of provisions on the Livingstone:—-Flour,.£9 and £10 the bag of 200 lbs.; tea, per lb 3s.; sugar, 1s. ; tobacco, 8s...

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ENGLISH SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

ENGLISH SCRAPS. Proposals for peace will not be listened to. Lord Palmerston finds t.lie Parliament sufficiently warlike to support' his policy. There is a split in the Cabinet. 'The Colonial ' Secretaryship had been offered to the Duke of Newcastle! It was refused. Mr. Labouchere is now the man. He is a Whig'—favorably disposed towards America—and a supporter of the war. The Post-Office is still vacant. Mr Gladstone has been lecturing' again on the colonies—" coming' out" liberally— independence —" election of our own Governor," &c. The Bishop of Melbourne was to leave England in December. There was a strike of factory operatives at Manchester. Bread dear. .Riots in Hyde Park going' on. A new loan of £80,000,000 proposed. The son of Sir J. Page Wood, who served in the Naval Brigade in the trenches before Sebastopol, and was wounded by a grape shot, has had his gallant conduct spontaneously recognised and rewarded by the authorities. Lord Hardinge, the Com mander-in-cliiefj ...

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. The Mermaid arrived in Hobson's Bay on Sunday last bringing- five clays later European intelligence. AN OTHERGREAT BATTLE. A victory lias ■■ been • gained over the Russians bylthe Turks in Asia Minor, led by Omar Pacha. The battle, it is alleged, lasted five hours, and the , enemy suffered severely. The scene of the conflict was the river Ingour, the passage of which the ene my disputed, with, according to one account, 10,000, and to another 16,000 men. The Turks, under their brave commander, waded up to their armpits in the stream, and although the Russians were partially '• entrenched, they • sustained a defeat, and left 400 dead on the field. The Turks lost 800 men. The'Ingour, on the banks of which this battle ■ was fought, rises in the Caucasus, and falls into the sea at Anaklia. The army under Omar Pacha' numbered 20,000; but the passage of a rapid river in the face of an enemy so powerful, has added to the laurels of the Ottoman Genera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENT. WOOLPACK INN, SALE. "TJ^UN CAN CLARK, ih' returning bis' , sincere thanks to the public of Gipps Land for the very liberal patronage tiiey ' lhave shewn him for the last two years, begs to inform them that he lias recently enlarged his premises, with the view of.' affording' better accomodation for private parties from the surrounding country dis tricts. By the most unremitting attention to the comfort and convenience of his cus tomers, whether strangers or otherwise, D. C. assures himself that he shall still enjoy the friendly support of the Gipys Land public. N.B. The choicest selection .of Win s, Spirits, Liqueurs,. ifcc., . always on hand , and at the most moderate pric<?.'v Gentlemen and travellers from fhe'in-1 terior or lower 'districts will .find , the stabling' accommodation, paddock/ certainly not .excelled by any in > the { Colony. 180*0

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RURAL CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

RURAL CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. Kitchen Gardo.ii —Examine the beds of keeping- or bulbing- onions, pulling them as soon as the tops decay. Sow seeds of the late and early kinds of cabbage, coleworts and brocoli1; also sow without delay white and yellow turnips, if they were not sown tlie 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 lioed, 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 plantai 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 g-rattans if foul should be broad sheared, scarified and harrowed to caiise the weeds to vegetate in order that they ma...

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MEMS FROM THE DIGGINGS. BENDIGO MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

MEMS fllOM' TUB DIGGINGS. B'KXblGO MINING INTELLIGENCE. r (JFrdln the lMinm/>jMeporter. oj the ' BmUigoAilvtiMm1.)... Two li^esj^wefe fbottoiriep at;the Iron stone ;Iii.il, aiid^not^a.; speckiOt golii was; found, at ..t^e^bb^llrvQf4(^t^w^^tJfhe paiv ties -however,;are, sanguine , of. success! in; driving. .. • - . In Eag'leTiawIc.'the mines •arid talk" cohMeiitly of Mviiig at! least- tw o! .year's work before them .vet. y.'iip " We understand' "tliafe\:3V£cS^^J:-'Sp>ive5^iarid. Mervin's quartz claim in Long' Gully, which -lias'-'-UeiBnpr8'if»(B'6fie'd^' for', 'several months, is giving, at 'present/ fair promise;' We hear of no new finds of qurirtz. The reports from sill 'the old paying; claims con tinue to he highly satisfactory. Water is everywhere aliundant. : Some very fine fossils in'Silurian slate of •of the trilobite, graptolite, and limnann'n tribes have been ^iown to lis' by Mi\ 33tir rows, collected by .him in the inimediate neighbourhood of his quartz claim in Iron ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED : (rOIlT ALBERT). February'9.—Mncquarie, brigantine, 130 tons Capt. Dodd, from Hobart Town. February 10:—Meg. Merrilies, schooner, 79 tons, E. 'Green, from Sydney. Passenger-—cabin; Miss Iieley. February 13.—Helen S. Page,, barque, 22G tons, T. Spring, from Ilobart Town, with four passengers. February: 13.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 'tons, B. White, from Hobart Town. Passenger—cabin; Mr. -Wilson. Febuary 13.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserfly from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Mrs.and Miss -Kelsal and 4: children, Mrs. Mitchell, Messrs. J. McPhail, Howden, and Bury. "Steerage, 1G. -CI/fcUtED OUT. February l-l.—Macquarie, schooner-'ISO tons, G. Dodd, for Ilubart Town, February 14.—Eclipse, schooner., 1'90 tons, Ti. White, for Hobart Town. Passengers—cabin; Mrs.-Johnson and family. • Steerage, one. ■ • .u IMPORTS. February 9.—Macquarie, from Ilobart ■■ Town; 1 hlid. brandy, 1 case drugs. 2 tons Hour,.! case toys, 8000 lathes, GOO ft....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, commencing'. 1ST FEU., 1856. THE Port Albert Steam -^- Navigation Company's fine jskt«xa»» new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. 13. Sydserftj Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fakes—Cabin £5 Steerage £2 5s. Freight, per ton £2 For Freiglit or Passage apply to WM/ DOHERTY, Manager, 127-03 Port Albnrt, 31st Jan., 1S56. NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY LONDON. Established 1836. TNOORPORATED by Act of Parlia ment, for Fire and Life; Assurances. Capital-£1,259,760 sterling. TURNBULL and CO, 14-012 Sub-agents, Port Albert J. J. HART, COMMISSION and I'OItWAllDINO agent, GENERAL STORES. ■ PORT ALBERT.. - 19-012 ADVERTISEMENTS. BOARDING SCHOOL, TAltltA CREEK TARRAVILLE:' IV/TRS. MARYWETPIER beg'S to inform1 -v4- Parents ancl Guardians of Gipps Land that she has now a vacancy, for. a few boarders, her •number, being- limited to •eight. The house is pleasantly . situated and commands a comfortable home fo...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 15th Februwary, 1856. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

t^ipps iCnntf ^tinrtumn, Friday, 15tJ> Febntanj, 1856. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT. Tt is only a few weeks since we 'had to de plore the death of Sir William Molesworth. He was the only minister who had held the seals of the Colonial Office, within our recollection, who seemed to understand the true principles of colonization, or the proper policy on which colonies should be governed. And we felt the loss of Sir William Molesworth to be the greater, because so very few public men either in Great Britain or Ireland had enunciated -any correct views on those subjects. Tu fact, if Ave may judge of the Statesmen by those who have been appointed Secretaries for the Colonies during the last few years, we are fully warranted in coming to .the conclusion, 'that they had hardly ever given the colonies even a passing thought, till the}r found themselves in the position of their supreme rulers. However, we rejoice to find that liberal and enlightened ideas respecting them were not exclusively confi...

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THE PORTS OF GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

THE POUTS OP GIPPS LAND. Before entering- on fclie consideration of tlie Estimates, in the Legislative Council; on Tiling day the 7 th insfc.-, Mr Snodg-rass made the following- statement., which elici ted the subjoined reply from the Commis sioner of Public Works :— Mr. Snodgrass, before the motion was put, would wish to uiil) the attention of the House to the unfair mode. in which the grants',of public, money had been laid down in these estimates. Nn, doubt motives might be attributed to him for calling the attention of the House to this circum stance; 'but' the.disparity.- was so remarkable that it required notice. Por the public works at Kil more the sum of ,£2000 had been put down, while for Portland,'a place by no means so im portant, the sum of .£12,000 was put down; and for Belfast and Warrnambool, £10,000. With the exception of Port Albert, Kilmore had the smallest sum allotted to it for its public works. He thought that/although it might be invidious to draw distinctions b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

ADVEimSEMENTS. JOB PllISTISTG. Every Description of Letter Press Printing ISOI.UDIXO FOSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the .MOST EEASQNABLS TERMS, AT THE OFFK E Y^N 1st, January, I80G, the Gipps Land ^ Guardian Subscription and-Circulating' • LIBRARY ■ ' will be opened to the public, consisting' of Works by the following' authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt Marryat. Gait, &e., &c. ®£nii0. TO T1TE SUJ3SCRIPTJON LIUItAttY. £2 2 0: .. per annum. ' ,10 G .. .. per quarter. , TO THE CIRCULATING LI13RA11Y. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping' a book longer than a week will be charged one shilling' extra for every three days beyond that time. . fjgSgPN.jB. Parties receiving boohs will be held responsible for their good imping. Any boohs lost must be paid for; and if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. A Catalogue may be seen at the Oflice. Port Albert, 28th Dec. lSou. HAN...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The business transacted in St. Patrick's Hall during- this session has not been of very vast importance; and if we com pare the business done with the time occu pied in transacting it. it ■will'be .very little; however on Friday night a step in the right direction was taken.by Mr. Knight, who moved—•" That an address be presen ted to His Excellency the 'Officer adminis tering the Government .praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause a com plete Survey1 of> the coast from Cape Otway to Lady Bay to be-made. . He believed ^here :were large; mineral productions: on the other side of Gaps Ot way. Goal and- copper.-had '.been-found there, and there;-was .as; fine timber as in Van I)iemen?s.',Land;;»-...fNo;.vSui*v,ey. of the coast had been made; and the. country was generally believed to be a dense scrub, in consequence of those who had; hitherto at tempted the survey, not having' been pro perly provided. iVery recently some- par ties w...

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NAPOLEON'S PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 15 February 1856

NAPOLEON'S PREDICTION: The next year /will prove a. turning point in 'the'destinies of Europe. Since the close of the last war the civilised na tions of Europe and America have been making* repeated concessions to each other with a view to avoid war, and to cany out Author of our religion. Not so, however, the Czar of Russia and the Muscovite party of which the Czar for the time being is at once the head and tool. The Mus covite makes it a part of his faith, that Ms race is destined to overrun the civilised world, and to give law to the fair regions of the Southy from the swamps of St. Petersburg. Such has been the teaching" of the Muscovite nobles since the idea was first engendered by Peter the Great. Se cure in the fastnesses of their desolate country, the Russ has ever been an aggres sor. Sowing" dissentions amongst his neighbours, and taking" advantage of the division thus created to extend his sway. The territory thus acquired during the last century exceeds in extent the orig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 February 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. A OI-IOIOE SELECTION OF MUSIC . . . /^N'sale at tlie*- Gipps -Land'-jGriiai'dian General Printing- Office and Stationery Warehouse, Port Albert. HPO be obtained at tlie Gipps Land Guaiidian Office PHILIPS'NEW MAP of TIIE WITH MAP OP EUROPE and view of SEVASTOPOL, NOTICE. nnriE undermentioned parties have been appointed Agents for tlie GIPPS LAND GUARDIAN, And are authorised to receive SUBSCRIPTIONS for this Paper:—■ ALBERTON—-Mn. Stead. SALE—Mr. W. II. Smith. TARRAYILLE—Mn. Burn, Royal Hotel. COUNTY COURT. ALT. Forms required under the. County Court Act. may be had on application ai'tiie Oliice of'this i'aper. ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOKS just received and on sale, at the Gipps Land Guardian General Prin ting-find- Stationery!\Warelaouse~.., . ; Paley's Works , , • Robert's Oriental Illustrations., of, the Scriptures ' , -' , , r Daubig-nes_ History of the Reformation —(4 vols., in 2) , Bickersteth's Scripture Help , Paley's' Philosophy' * . ,j , The Soul Jeremy Taylor's Ho...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 February 1856

LIST OF SALES OP STOCK AT IIOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1856. '* 3 49 head cattle ex Mnequarie * „ 1 bullock ' „ * „ 102 sheep „ 't „ 10 bullocks ex^Dart ' - i „ 96 sheep ' „ f 5 389 sheep ex City of Hohart II 10 39 head cattle ex Retriever,1 || „ 17 cows ' || „ 143 sheep „ || „ 100 colonial sheep „ • * 14 70 head cattle ox Eclipse || „ 398-sheep ex Retriever ' t „ 494 sheep ex. City of Hobart - * 19 44 head cattle ex Mary Ann * „ 205 sheep '' § „ 214 sheep ex Tasmania *-21 53 head cows . exfMacquarieK * 24 307 colonial sheep * „ 100 f 28 514 sheep ex Gity-of'Hobart ' (- „ 3 bullocks „ " 29 63 head cattle ex-Eclipse * „ 1 COW • „ * 31 55 bullocks ex H. S. Page * „ 10 COWS „ . „ 307 sheep „ ~ Port Albert, Mclbour The Ports at £, 9 ,10 0 to 10 • 7 0 Average £ 9 19 4 15 0 0 14 9 )> 15 3 13 7 6 )>'■ 14 15 0 ;; 14 4 1 5 6 i) 1 '0 O < 1 , 5 0 » 1 5 9 7 10 0 )) 19 15 o • ); 10 19 "',7'" 7 6 )) ■id ' 5 0 10 14 17 ;-9 . •{ ■ it -is " 3 7 9 G 12 G }) '10 12 G 9 10...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 February 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE C'OUNCIL. Tuesday, Feb. 12. The Attorney-General, in reply to a question from Mr. Grant, stated tliat in the opinion of both the law officers of the Crown, The New Constitution Bill can and does possess all the force of law within this Colony. A Bill was introduced and read a first j time for the amendment of the Act by which Municipal Institutions were estab lished in Victoria Mr. Grant's Colonial Barristers and Attornies Admission Bill was, lost in committee. "Wednesday, Feb. 13. The Melbourne, Mount Alexander, and Murray River Railway Purchase Bill was read a second time and ordered to be committed. • The House subsequently -went into com mittee upon'the Estimates, and after much discussion and several divisions, a series of resolutions were passed, appropriating- the sum of -£100,000 for the purposes of as sisted immigration, one-half of the statute adults to he single females, one-third of the emigrants to he sent to Melbourne, one-third to Geelong...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARKIVBD ("POUT AM!EI!T). February 18.—Mariposa, schooner, 100 tons, W. Crouchcr, from Launccston, in ballast. W. Croucher, agent. Febitary 20.—Storm Bird, iva.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B.: Sydserfif, from Melbourne. Passengers—cabin; Mr. anti-Mrs. Davis, lie v. 1J. Verling. Steerage, 5. CLEARED OUT. February 19.-—Meg Merrilies, schooner, 79 tons, W. Green, for Melbourne, in ballast. Turnbull and Co., agents. •IM POUTS. February'20.—Storm "Bird, from Melbourne; 1 hlul. brandy, 1 case do., 7 qr. casks wine, 5 eases do., 1 hlul. ale, 4casks beer, 2'boxes tobac co, 2 bags coffee, 4 chests tea, 1G half-chests do., •3 boxes do., 39 bags sugar, order; 10'cases brand}', Schiller and Thiol. VESSELS IX TOUT. February 21.—Storm Bird, for Melbourne. February 21.— Meg Merrilies, for Melbourne. February 21.—Mariposa,-for Hobart Town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 22 February 1856

IMPOUNDING^. JMPOUNDED at Sale, 7th February, 1856, by Mr. Campbell. t 1 black bullock, ATL "near ribs, 3 near | rump 1 red ancl white bullock, EN near; ribs, D off ribs 1 black bullock, white back, WH off OH 0 rump, OH off ribs 1 red and white cow and calf/Jf off ribs JmaA 1 yellow cow, O off rump, IHT off ribs If not claimed and expenses paid, to'be sold nil 5th March, 1S56, HENRY R. MILLER, Poundkeeper.

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