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PASTORAL PROTECTION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

PASTORAL PROTECTION SOCIETY. An elabqrate statement of the claims put forth by the pastoral tenants of the Crown appears in a pamphlet lately issued ■ under the sanction of the Pastoral Projec tion Society. As the question of,comperi gation. is almost certain to occupy the early; attention of the new Parliament, we present j . our readers • with the " following; succinct: statement1 from the pamphlet referred toj "r^hjle; the,'Pfistoral'Protection .Society | is prepared,tp.-prpye, thenexistence and : ex- 4 ;tent of ,the,i leg'alvand equitable .claims ofi 'squatters,; they aire also '. .prepared -to vmeet •; in, ;a;liberaL spirit/ any * propositions twhi ch j may be made by;competent<authority-'for! a fair settlements"-the (question, and as a! basis. of such a; settlement they submit' the * 'following', propositions •) >tvt 1 > .That the' Pastoral1 Tenants1 of 'the' Crown;,,inVictoria .;r]ioklutlio:>iposition! of! • ?f OccupantSi ofnGrown iLands;": either ''by 1 "...

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LIST OF SALES OF STOCK AT HOBART TOWN DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

LIST OF SALES OP STOCK AT IIOBART TOWN DURING' THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1856. 219 sheep, ex Ant, j w^leis > . l' ' (ewes ; 22 head cattle, ex Mary Ann 259 sheep, ex Tasmania 148 „ ex Donpedro 55 head cattle, ex Retriever 490 sheep „ : 64 head cattle, ex Glencoe " ^ » T> 154 sheep „ 4.3 cows ex Macquarie .i „. 62 head cattle, ex Eclipse •3 cows •„ • 68 bullocks, ex H. S. Page -, 4 cows „ 1 459 sheep, ex Tasmania > 219 „ ex Ant - 53 head cattle, ex :Mariposa:v - , 25 ,, - ex Flying- Fish 39 >ex Mary, Ann .. 2G8 sheep, „ 1 •. 400 „ ', ex city of Ilobart 39 head of.cattlej ex Cosmopolite 452 sheep „ ••.. 401 „ ex Tasmania £ 1 1 13 1 1 8 12 •9 to 9 „ 6 „ ■0 '0 0 6 1 4 1 1 16 10 1 3 •2' '6 13' 6 , 1 , 15 , 13 .9. 0 - 8 0 riO' '0 V <9'!10 - 8" '0 ! lj.j'2 -0 '• .l-l-"0 <0.„ 0.,, V> ■0}„ 0J 0 1 2 2 13 9 17 13 .7 10 12 13 10 ■' ao-'i7--'J6 ,r;i3' .0. " •, 14 15 r-i5 • 2 ■11." 10 13 15 ' -17 ■ 3 • 2 '18 '.o> ■SAXES DURING -.APOtlL;1 1/ 8' 13' 0 19 i 2 INSTAN...

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

: ; NORTH AUSTRALIAN : ' ' EXPEDITION. ; ! His Excellency the Governor-General ;lias directed' tbe publication, for general, information, of tlie following' report of'the proceedings of the North; Australian- Ex- ' ipedition, from 12th August to 24fcli Sep tember last. . North- Australian Expedition. ; 1 "Victoria River,,North Australia, 24th September, 1855?' Sir,—I have the honor to transmit, by the Monarch, viA, Singapore, an abstract • of the .proceedings of the North ■ Austra lian Expedition to the present date. - On ■ the I2tli. August> ■ the Expedition left Moreton ; Island, and; on the,'1,3th en tered the inner passage to Torres' Straits. After a- • somewhat' tedious passage we' reached .Albany Island on the 26th!; sighted Port Essington..;on,the,:lsti September;* and f cleared; Clarence; Strait at noons- the,;fol- ^ lowing .xlay;jbiit,;:o\ying vtov.the^great ;in--' draught;of. the deep.(indentations! of.^ the1' coast, the.. Monarch, so .gi'eatlyi deviated'f from the.dire...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 18 April 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW GOLD FIELD.—During the last few days some parties have been engaged in prospecting the country bordering on Corner Inlet, although quite unprovided with tools necessary for the purpose, they succeeded, in a creek called Stockyard Creek in finding gold. They obtained as   they describe it " the color'' in every dish of earth. The sample we have seen is   good coarse gold. We understand that it is the intention of the Port Albert Steam Navigation Company to send the Oberon on an excursion trip to the neighbourhood of Stockyard Creek ; when, parties     anxious to satisfy themselves of the exis- tence of gold in that locality will have an excellent opportunity of doing so. SUSPICION OF HIGHWAY ROBBERY. —Alfred Herring, discharged at the Dis   trict Court on Wednesday week, on the charge of being concerned in a burglary, at the Ivanhoe Hotel, on the Heidelberg road, was again brought up on Friday by...

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THE MONSTER STEAM SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

I TI-IE MONSTER STEAM SHIP. I [Trom the L'eiswre Hour. 1 Our readers 'are awaretliat there is now growing' into form and shapeliness, lipon ; the 'shore 'of'.fche'Isle-of Dogs; ' opposite to . the town of Deptford, a fabric of'enormous dimensions, which has laterly beg'un to as sume the proportions of a ship. Unlike all' other sliipsj'however, it has not been cradled' in docks or suspended'on frame work, but ■built on the - solid earth1; and from < this <cau'se,' as well'as from the 'uncouth appea rance it presented for many months, that t;portion of the ! public who ■;passed" up• and nlown the river between London and Green wich we.io slow^to'believe that' it "was in tended for a ship at'all. Gradually the •huge mass-began to speak for' itself':' the' ilofty,walls that threatened" to enclose an ,'extensive.\foctory, .or.' unite,:in a rangeiof i.warehouses, :or a ^formidable fortification, < i vanished by degrees behind an'outer cover-1 ing,' which, ...

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ENGLISH SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

ENGLISH SCRAPS. The Czak's entry' into St:. Peters-' buk(J^A; letter from' St. Petersburg, an the' ConsUtuiioiiheip g-ives some account of the1 Czar's^entrairice into St! Petersburg after liis journey to the Crimea. ' It says : " When the Emperor :made! his'solemn: en trance into the capital,; His Majesty was accompanied, by Count Orloff, Count Adler-> berg, '• Baron de.Lieven^Baron Bari'atanski, General Rudiger, several :of the ministers,' and among them Count .Charlesule: Nessel rode, and a number of .senators and other: high functionaries.Tlie'first four had ac companied the Emperor in his toiir. through the southern"provinces, and: the others had: gone to receive him at the railway terminus. at Klopin. The Emperor had amved fi-om the south three days before at Tzars : Itoe, Selo, where he had stopped: to1;take some repose, and he now entered;, the;, capital jin;, the midst of .the ; most brilliant:: cortege.\ Before proceeding :to the; winter,, palace/ where the Empress Maria...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 25th April, 1856. JOHN KING, ESQ., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

<@t'pp8 ilnnJj (©uartftan, Friday, 25th April, 1856. JOIIN KING, Esq., M.E.C. It is a -pleasing and hopeful. feature in young' or -' old when the disposition • is - so moulded as to .be, -not only willing- but anxious to receive information, however li mited or however large:- It was thus wo reflected while we read tlmt portion of Mr. King's letter in which he proposes to "give us such information as we seem' to lack ;" and, as we imagined there was docility enougli in us to be willing to receive infor mation^ we ratlier anxiously continued onr perusal to find it. out,when, lo ! and behold the deliverance amounted in sum and sub stance to the following ■ " Now I must inform you that Mr. Snodgrass is tho Chairman of' Committees. 1111 rl sitting as such, lie would not have an opportunity of speak ing to the vote for Kilinoro when that item was before tho-'House, therefore,before taking the Chair lie alluded to the small sum on the .Estimates for that place; it would.have be...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

SHIPPING, INTELLIGENCE. A TillTVRD YTORT April 21.—Gloncoo,■ barque, :1 GO. tons,. T. -, Lang, from llobart Town: Turnbull and Co., agents. i April ,21.—irariposa, .schooner, 190 tons, W. Crouchor,, from llobart Town'.;'.W: Crouchor, agent. April 23.—Storm Bird, r.A.s.N. Go's - Steam er, 75 tons, J.. 33. Sydserff, from Melbourne; Passengers—cabin; Mr.,and Mrs. Buchanan,Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs.'and,Miss Pa!rr, Messrs. George Turnbull, John Jierres, Stead, Williams, and Morgan. Steerage, 2G. crj;,utnn" out. April 22.—Glencoo, barque, 160. tons, Thomas: Lang, for.IIobarfc Town.' • ' ' - IMI'OItTS. , - < > •' ■ • ' April 21.—Gloncoe, *'from , .IIohart, ;Town; i l00; ft. timber, 5 bags Hour, 5 do. potatoes, order. ' ■ ■■■■.. April 21.'—Mariposa; from JJobiirt Town;- 1 ease apples, G,:bags; -flour, 5 bales hay; ;2. kegs vinegar, order. April 23.-—Storm Bird,: from Melbourne; ■ 1 hlid. brand}', Turnbull and .Co.; 1 hhd. rum, 1 lilul. whiskey, 2 cases do:, 1 octave) wine, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. THE following- Works may lie had in' a cheap form at the Guai'clian_ Office, Port Albert. Heir of Selwood Eleetra Landmarks of the History of England Southey's Ballads .Burmah and the Burmese Ruth Hall Roving Englishman in Turkey The Red Rover Irvirigs Tales of a Traveller Key to Uncle Tom's. Cabin, ... - ; Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry Attila . v. .. | Transatlantic Wanderings The Tower of London i (Dbriquest' of Mexico: (Prescott's) : Famous Persons' and Famous Pin ces ' The Crimea, with a visit to Odessa ■ Godolphin : The Disowned ^ Devereux | Mirth and Metre i Pictures of Town April 11th, 18DG. V (hHILDRENS-'BOOKS' 'on sale at the 'V'"Gipps land Guardian General 'Printing Office, and Stationery' Warehouse, Port ^Aibert,tare .... . | New Stories suggested by Old' Rhymes i The■,-Favorite Story Book . ' Bible;Stories ; , :.... • The Triumphs of Perseverance ; . • Aunt Effie's Tales ; J The Child's.First Book I-..,;. Forest Life, a Fisherman's sketches in...

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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE ■ . The Royal Charter arrived in . Hob sou's Bay on tlie 16th inst.y after a splen did runof < 09 clays !. - .She brings news up to the 17th February. The most important topic is the peace negociations which were to take place at Paris. We copy from the . Times of the 5th February. < Although the 20th is the day named for the opening- of the conferences, yet it is . believed that business will not really com mence till the 24tli or 25th. The sitting's of the Plenipotentiaries will be held in the Palace , of the Minister for Foreig'h Affairs at Paris. The Plenipotentiaries for Russia; ;will be M. M. OrlolF and Brunow. The period of the labors of the Pleni potentiaries has been. variously stated at from 10 or 12 days to 3 months. France, England, and Austria, are cer tainly anxious to get through the business, without any unnecessary delay and in well informed quarters it is thought probable that within a month at the utmos...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

COLONIAL' INTELLIGENCE. ^ - Disgraceful'" •;6"u.T^GB.^iAT'^rB^3Ei-rt: woony near ■ NEWCASTLE;—We ; :i'egret; to learn that, lately,''a'?riumHer of ners who recently left ('the employment of the Newcastle Coal find Copper ..Mining; Company on strike, were,.guilty 'of a, seiies of- disgraceful. oxitrages-.at tBiirwo6d,.>upon,' the new'hands who have been engaged to , fill their places. ■ Since the commencement of the strike the old hands have occasioned the company- -various -petty annoyances, with the view of endeavoring to bring the works to a standstill, but without effect. At length, fincling ' that the'company had obtained a sufficient-number-of ■-men from Sydney to work ,the mines independently of the men on. strike,!,a large body of the, old hands, armed with guns,'jpistpls/ crow bars, bludgeons, etc., proceeded from New castle to. Bur,wood, where 'about-forty or fifty of the Sydney men. were located, for the purpose of driving the latter >'out iof the place. Ort reaching...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

CI-IURCI-I OF ENGLAND MEETING. A numerously attended meeting ' of members of; the Church of England,1 was held on Wednesday evening last, at the Ship Inn, Port Albert, to take into con sideration the necessary steps to be adop ted in order to procure the services of a clergyman of the Church1 of'England, to be stationed at Port Albert. Mr. W. A. Moore was called to the cliair. Tim chairman opened the proceedings by a few remarks on the long time which had elapsed (nearly three years) since the Church of England service (which lmd once beeu regularly held "in the Township) had been discontinued; lie referred to the growing importance of the ;;Port, and the number : of Church of England people living : there", and their desire to have the services: of their Church resumed, as evinced by the attendance that evening, and. by the sum subscribed towards the stipend of a clergyman for Port Albert— viz. £134. He thought there was a good sphere of usefulness open for any zealous, .•earnest C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, COMMENCING 1ST ■ pi313., 1856. HIE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine 'new screw steamer STORM BIRD, J. B. Sydserftj Commander, will sail from tlie Company's Wliarf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin £5 Steerage £2 5s. / Freight, per ton £2' For Freight or Passage apply to . WM.' DOIIERTY/Manager, 127-03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. Reported Gold Field at Corner Inlet, rpi-IE Port. Albert Steam Navigation Company, purpose sending the , Steam Ship "OBERON" on an excursion trip to ■ Corner Inlet, remaining there" oneclear day, of which further notice will be'given. By Order, WM. DOHERTY,' ' " April 17, 1856; Secretary, iP;A.s.N.co. 269-2 ANN CUFFLEY, who expected to meet William. Cuffley. on hoard the Steamer on Wednesday last, is now residing1 at Davis's Boarding- House, Port Albert.: 274 A clioice selection of Music on:'sale at the Gipps Land Guardian ; General Printing- Office and Stationery Warehouse, Port ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ALBEllTON. . Police constable Frederic Logan was on Wednesday last sentenced to 3 months, imprisonment for drunk and disorderly conduct. It appears lie was discharged from the force at Sale, and sent down to Alherton by sub-inspector Christian to de liver up his accoutrements. As a means of raising'the " wind," ; he found it conve nient to call at almost every house .on the way to borrow money, and commenced his dissipation and violence at the Bush Inn, where ;we: believe he. was overtaken and arrested by Mr. Pearson. SUPREME COURT, April 15. Micliael Gallagher was indicted for having, on. the 10th March, feloniously broken into the store of Messrs. Schiller and Thiel, of Tarraville, Gipps Land, and stealing1 therefrom a variety of, articles of drapery, wearing- apparel, and a cash box containing' certain moneys. A second count charged the prisoner with receiving the same, knowing the articles to have been stolen. The prisoner pleaded not guilty as to the burgla...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 25 April 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Appointments.—C. Mac Mahon: has heen appointed Chief Commissioner of Po- lice in the room of W. H. F. Mitchell, resigned.—Colin Campbell, to be Secretary of the Denominational School Board ; R. H. Budd to be Inspector of the same   Schools.—P. K. Simmons to be Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths for the North Gipps Land District.   Public Convenience.—It will be seen by our advertiseing columns that Mr. Burn, of the Royal Hotel, Tarraville, has commenced running a conveyance from that place to Port Albert; we trust the public will mark their appreciation of this convenience by a liberal support. Flour Mill.—Our readers will learn   with considerable1 interest that it is inten- ded to erect a flour mill, at Tarraville, by a Company now forming for that purpose. We believe the required capital will be immediately raised, and the works com menced at once.   Sale of Horses. — At a sale of Horses belonging- to Robe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. £1 REWARD. T OST from off the Steam-boat Storm, Bird, on Wednesday, 23rd inst., a BLACK LEATHER PORTMANTEAU, about a foot and a half square, containing sundry articles. Whoever will brin^ the same or give information to the Police Office, Alberton, will receive the above reward. 281 STOLEN OR STRAYED, A CHESNUT Mare, from the Com mercial Inn, Tarraville, branded WH on near shoulder, yj on neck. Any person giving information respecting the said mare shall receive a reward of £3, if strayed, or £5, if stolen. 279.2 OST a CHEQUE of the value of one hundred pounds, drawn by\x=req-\ John King, Esq., on the Bank of Victoria, Melbourne, in favor of William McKinnon, dated April 14th, 1856. The public are cautioned against nego\x=req-\ ciating it without communicating with the undersigned. 285-2 JOHN LOYD ROBERTS, Port Albert. NOTICE. ANY person claiming, a bay filly, two years old, star on forehead,; and two white feet; branded, to all appearanco, with an iron hoop, in form...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

SALE BY AUCTION. . e. T. kew1"On:;; TZTAS 'received instruction's to submit to -V -pubhc.competition, at_his Sale Room,; Albertoii, j On TUESDAY, tlie Gth MAY, ' ' At Twelve o'clock, • . An assortment of 'Merchandize,' comprising' pickles and sauces, earings, pipes, hammers, candlesticks, ipearl barley,,-almonds,[ meercbaum pipes, double barrel.,giui -in' case, cpiadrant, saddle o-ivths, bridles,, boys and gent's jackets and coats, prints,jbon\x=req-\ nets, leggings,: hosiery,lustr.es,, cart, harness, picks and shovels,: sardines, double and single blocks, - teapots, Napoleon and water-tight boots, tea .trays, saucepans and kettles, tbs'ether with a miscdlaheous lot of small articles in hardware, ironmongery, &c.,&c. ' '• ! J ALSO, Two excellent "saddlo^and draught'horses One mare and foal ■: . m: . Terms at sale. 277.2 TO * FARMERS AND, OTHERS. SALE BY AUCTION'., E. T. NEWTON Has received instructions to sell by public auction, at his Sale Room,; Alberton, , On TUES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

NOTICE. THE undermentioned parties have been appointed Agents for the Gipps Land Guardian, and are authorised to receive Subscriptions for this Paper:—: ALBERTON—Mr. Stead. MELBOURNE—Gordon, Gotch, and Co., 99, Collins-street-west. SALE—Mr. W. II. Smith. TARRAVILLE—Mr. Burn, Royal Hotel. TO ADVERTISERS. DVERT1SBMENTS not exceeding 10 words will he charged Is. 10 words and under 20 - - - - 2s. 20 ■ „ „ . 30 - - - - 2s. Gd. 30 »> 40 - - - - 3s. 6d. Advertiseinentseaceeding40 words will be charged as follows:— 1 inch - - - - - - 4s. 6d. 2 „ - - - . - - . 8s. .. 3 „ - - .... . 10s. 6d. And 2s. will he charged for every additional inch for each insertion, A discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on advertisements inserted.'for, three months, and 25 per cent, for any further period. Advertisements will be continued until countermanded, unless otherwise specified in the order ; and no Advertisements can be withdrawn after noon on .Wednesdays. No verbal instruction'' can lie attended t...

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POETRY. SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

POETRY. SLEEP. I saw a maiden passing fair, "Within a bower she slept; Above her summer roses were, Around her mosses crept; And, as I watch'd her slumbers sweet, And view'd her peaceful brow, I could but to myself repeat— That maiden's happy now. I saw the warrior on the field, . And slumber clos'd his eyes; A heavy sleep his eyelids seal'd,. Beneath the open skies. He thought not of the dangers past, . Or foes that round him crept; When I my last glance on him cast, lie still as soundly slept. I saw the shipwreck'd seaman lie, Upon the storm-beat shore; The tempests-winds sped swiftly by, And danc'd his bosom o'er. I saw—yet still, his sleep was calm— The waves around him leap; I said—Oh! what a soothing balm,— How beautiful is sleep! I saw. the friendless , orphan sleep Beneath the woodland-bough, Ilis lonely heart had ceased to weep, Tears were forgotten now! The breeze that wav'd his locks on high, And curl'd them round his cheek, Though murmuring sweetly through the sky, Gould...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 2nd May, 1856. SPEED THE PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 2 May 1856

ICantr #twrt3mn, Friday, 2nd May, \$oQ. SPEED THE PLOUGH. Some short time back we received,a letter from a, number of working men in Mel bourne, desirous of information respecting lands open, to .selection, ifcc.,. in, this: disri trict. In tlie last, return from the office of the Surveyor • General we,;find the follow-: ing lots 'announced— ; . . In the parish of Yarram Yarram, situate from 3 to 0 miles north of Alberton,. there / are 21 lots, varying- from 10 to: 294-acres, and from £1 to.£8 10s. per acre. , • .,■■■ At llosednle, on the Latrobe; river, .there are 8 lots, varying* from 15 to 166 acres, all at £1 per acre. . Adjoining' the township, ofSale, there are 21 lots, varying- from 66 ;to 200. acres, the whole at £1 per acre. In addition to . the foregoing, several. agricultural portions will be . offered for sale, at Alberton, on the 16th instant, as advertised, viz.—12; farms, varying- in ex tent from 47 to 245 acres, situated on and near the Welshpool road, on the west ba...

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