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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

" riesh:ona" Ff.IDAY, 35M ~CI 7, 1562. TIE mela?zholy news received on Monday morning by the overland mail from Melbourne cast quite a gloom over our little township. The announcement of the death of PRI?cE. A.LBERT, on the 14th of December last, brought a univrrsal feeling of regret, and every family mourned as if for a member of their household. The shops were all partially closed, the bank was shut, and the Scotch and English church bells rung a funeral knell at inter vals during the day. It is a matter of some congratulation to find that even here, amidst the wilds of an almost unknown country, far re moved from the precincts of civili zation, and surrounded by a rising generation whose ideas of regal state is of the very vaguest nature, we still can share the feelings of all British subjects when sorrow or affliction approaches the throne of Great Britain. Whilst we regret the untimely decease of the Pisxcn CoxssiT and bear willing testimony to his amiability of disposition, hi...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

1 ? iTO M{E~ BOURNE, fine screwy steamship ICEERA ill leavo Port Albert soon after vill in cariied to or from Port .Albert at 308 each Gold, 2d. f e? 'oib oc Par is over 200 ounces, 1d.i fd? shipment, mist be' entered ustoms before 10 o'clock a.m. ay ofsailing. rn Ticketis.. .... .i..£5" Available for. 14 days. : freigh ' passago apply.; to Ob, I~dovi)EN, &, CO., treet, PortAlb'ert. ods at consignecs' risk when All goods dischargod, if not from the \'harf before 4 o' iock 11 be stored at consignees' .i-isk nse. ac. [ER TO THE M ITCHELL Aib TA?O.d. leamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred rrisby Commanale'i, ~\ill leV\o robe Btidgo every Tuesday A? 7 o'clock, sharp, for tho FAItES: Passengers . lO s. - o - . . .. £ 1 Is. ncludinq refreshmentas.) " REIGIIT : y Shillings (30s.) per ton payable. n delivery; Parcels, 2s. (td. ARDELL & RAiIIAEL. NO TICE. RS. DREVERMANN, HERON & CO. being ap gents at Bairnsdale for the aumor, will take delivery of, ent for, all Cargo. a e O2AL MIL...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

COMMERCIAL. I.EL DOL'MIE 3IfAEETS. Mir W. Lawranc report-s .-There are few changes to note .=ce Satsnxiy. Imporis of brseadsta are light, and principoiiy from our own seaboard. The?e is a slight in-ease_ in oats. The e ntos are 53 tons four, and G;03 bshels wheat for Sydney-. S&me d~espions of So3r -ae on the urn in favor of e ser. Wheat is un:=hsn e; a isiul Vpred of Ca-ioe.-rni and a larger lot of old acolonal have c--saol hands at cnottions. Oatss are in e.d demand, and prices tend unpwa . .sey is dcl of sae. &-a is in rasher better reues? : Holders of nalt ar infert t aimsUt qai ng unilf later E.glish nea=.-. O-,her artiles are unchangedi EsZia n i e i is of aoor and rain at the pat of l le :srne roso 2t3 to 26th Fe:ruary, incusv* .-.- -- : Sarin Aus -d::, z an. l Tzsmnxan, 13 :os=; ' eia ern, ato~ri), 123 t?ac. Wr.-t: Sath AastL-r2ai, 6 buabel; Tclnoxan (coastwise), 160.3 busles Ca*as: Tz as~ 2?3: ~t S shl. Earley: TVt-n ( .nasawses l 9, 693) bashei. Bran: So;th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 7 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS. A correspondent from Russell's Creek sends us the following account of the diggings then. He says "The prospectora of Fulton's reef have sunk a shaft on the reef 00 feet deep, and have struck water so that they have been obliged to abandon the work for the present as they have not suficient capital to get the machinery necessary for pumping." IIe con tiuuns, "the reef is second to none in the coloiy, and is as beautiful a scam of quartz at that depth as lie ever sas. The proaec. tors ame trying to rmise caepitl to proceed as they desire to go to a depth of Gd feet, The quality of the stone appearing to improve as they go further down. There are several rushes just now to creeks lduling into Russells Creek, sad also into another gully four miles below running into the Taugil River, one of the former gave a prospect of six pennyweights to the dish, and on that lea.ding to the laugil of half an once to one ounce to the load; the creeks were searce of water and barely work. ...

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NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

NEW ZEALAND. wit OTAGO. to By the Blue Jacket we are inl receipt. ieel of intelligence from Otago to the 15thl inst. 'The news from the gohlfiehls is sni nninterestilig. We give the following the items frotm the Witness of the 15th lik February :- bel 'Teu GoLnrIeLD.s.-The following tll table slews the total amount received th from the goldfilole since their first dis- W, cavery, together with the several escorts for the present year: oz. dt. 0 Aimount received by escort up to January 0 ........ ............ 228.078 10 tli Escort Jauuary 16 .................... 11,472 15 r 23 .................. 11,155 0 os 30 ................. 10.310 0 I February 6 .................. 11,780 1 13 .................. 10,151 15 tr From Waipori, January 30......... 1,080 0 in Total by escort............ 284,031 1 sil Torta exports of gold up to the tv end of 1861 ........................ 187,065 0 9n Exported in January .........0...... 65,64 7 at Exported in February, from lst ] to 14th ...................

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POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

POST-OFFICE, ROSEDALE. Mails arrive at On Hour. thi office from Melbourne ...... I Wed. Fri. Sun. 7 p.m. Dandenoug ...... ,, Tra-algoan ...... Russell's Creek.. . - - Sale ............. Tues. ,,,, 3 p.m. Stratford.......... , - Lucknowo......... Oneo ............ - Port Albert...... ,, ,, ,, p.m. Alberton .........' Tarraville ...... , Yarrau? Yarram ,, Mails eloe at; On Hour. this office for p.m. Melbourne ...... Tues. Fri. Sun. 2.30 Dau!denoug ...... Tranlgon ..... Russell's Creek ., - - Sale ............... Wed. ,, 7 p.m. Stratford..... - Luckuow........ - ,, ,, Omeo ....... - ,, Port Albert..... ,, ,, Alberton ......... Tarravillo ..... ,, ,, Yarrnm Yarran ., N.B.--No stamps sold or letters delivered or registered on Sundaes. RIENRY LUKE, Postmaster. Rosedale, 20th February, 1862.

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PATHRICK NOONE TO IMOTHY MURPHY. LETTER No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

PATIIHRICK NOONE TO IOIOTIIY MURPHY. LETTER Nb:; I: ' Wihtle's Buildings, Melbourno. 7th March, 1862. Titu my boy 1'and how do you how is all beloingin' to youl And, faith, but I'd like to give you a my fiaht, only I'got into the company end Mr. Wiritle; who says it would'st Sgood :of my health, so I can only a scratch of my pin in return. And 6at0 token, you know how party I Ito whoen I sat on the turf stool at ty side of the ditch and learned and Fluxionas from ould Mat. VWhoola ad, musha I thoro's more than one of sort hero who lrned in the self same but they" tack a big 0 to the name thor gave 'em, and, besides, tlira out and h's-bad look to their taste for amed of their Moliehian origin. But d I nearly forgot what I was golrng to at, but there's a groat dotty blaggard over my'shoulder all thie time for foear ite Anything might injturo my ulght's its mighty partiklar they are entirely y shtato of health. If I was Olueral arts or the great O'Connell, faith an ,]it pay no moro att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Subscriptions for 1862 are now Due, and an early remittance is requested. SNOTIC E. 1-. C. VW. NICIHOLSON is nu thorised to COLLECT ALL DEBITS due to we in Gippaland. Ilis receipt will be a sullicient discharge of the same. C. MARSHALL. Sarsileld, March 7, 1862. Xl4mr4a A GENERAL MEETING of the AGRI1CULTUI?AL SOCI'TY twill be hell at the Exchange IIote] TO-M1ORROW, the 13th instant, at Four o'clock, to make arrangements for Ploughing .\latches and other busi ness of importance. CIIAS. Ii. SIIBALD, lion. Sec. Sale, 14th March, 1862. xt4mr

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THE SETTLEMENT OF THE PASTORAL LANDS AND THE MEMBER FOR SOUTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

TIHE SETTLEMENT OF TILE PASTORAL LANDS AND THE MEMBER EOR SOUTH GIPPS LAND, Whilst awaiting'tho result of the debate on the settlement of tie pastoral clauses of the Land Bill, a fortuitous circumstnaco ha brought before us the declared opinions of the Doctor, IHedley of three years since, and which we now copy verbatim, believing that they are so superior in proposed advantages to the country, ill the.disposal of the pastoral lands, to the settlement now offered by the Land Bill of the present Ministry, as to be well worth the consideration of soOT constituency, and every representative of a constituency, in Victoria. Had Dr. Ieleey boldly brought, forward his land scheme, a scheme of which this:only forms a unit, w? believe Ies would now have been eon of tho leaders in a cause on which hangs the futura progress of his adopted country. y' 7 give Dr. Hedley's ideas as relates to the settlement of pastoral lands, fully believing that we do not commit a single breach of faith in brion...

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SCRATCH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

ScnATon M?Arct. A scratch mnatch w?a played on the D.C.O. ground on Saturday, between two Elevens chosen by the two Captains, to be decided in on0e lninga. •DAIR.SDALr.. S. Gibson, c Sonthou, b Bryar ... . . ,A. lHopwood, c lBryar, b Cufly ... ... 0 J. Bishop, b .Jo Wright ... ... ... 1 J. 1). Smith, Biar .. ... ... 4 Bate (Capt.), b Slholrt ... ... ... 4 J. Lawrence, b Wright ... ... ... 9 A. W. M'Lood, c llutchinson, b Wright :.. 0 W. Cook, c Oilly, b llutchiuson ... 0 A. Trail, b Hutchinson ... ... 15 Dorncn BIllintyne, b Wright ... ... 5 Jao. Flint, not out ... ... ... ... BIycs ... ... ... ... ... 1 Total ... ... ... 07 onreo. W. Lowo, a Cook, b D. Bdliantyno ... O 1R. CuIlly, a Lawrence, b Uishopll .. .. 4 -Thno. Bryar (Capt.), o Trlil, b Beto . 1. llutchi?son, b Ilishop ... ... ... 8 Jan. Wright, b lato... ... ... .. -W, Shot t, b lnihopt... ... ... ... I1 F. HIutchinson, b lllhop ... ... ... Thos. Liar, b ) t ...... ... ... Chlul. Lawrence, not out ... . ... 15 A, O. Willh, ...

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BAIRNSDALE. MARCH 7, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

BAIRNSDALE. (rnoa ouR owl'connRsPooanreT.) Mllncn 7, 1802. War or rumours of war have very little t do with disturbing the equanimity of our isolated village. America may growl. and England may belch forth her volumes of sulphur and charcoal, but Bairnsda.le, ever retired and still,- will look placidly on the silent stream which smoothly glides from the rich pasturages that lie amidst the valleys of the surrounding anow clad hills,and, despite thb political strife of Europe, and the threatened bloodshed of foreign aggression, resort to those innocent pastimes which were enjoyed bytheir forefathers, and, rather than mingle with the antagonism of politicad con tests, unite together in their national game of cricket. I my.1.w ell ask has nut the cricketing mania of Australia extended to Omeo I-two hundred miles from a seaport, and one hun dred miles front the scene of its contention to. day, whore man comes to meet man in friendly strife for the honor of'tusmbling over three "sticks in...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. AnRnvED.-March 5. Eclipse, ISO tons. J. Calder, from I!obart Town. l'aaseugera-cabin: Miss Luttrell, Mr. luake. Juhnston and Hood, agents. March 3. Kecra, a s, 114 tons, S. Patrick, from Mel. lmrue. Turtbull, Howden and Co, agents. March 10. Free 'Trnder, 206 tons, J. Thom, from Hobart Town. ]Pasengers-5 in steerage. TuLrbull, Howden, and Co.. agents. aIronrs.-Mach 5. Eclipse, from Hobart Town : 16 cases wine, 3 hhds. beer, 70 tierces beef, 4 qr.-casks wine, 10 bags oats. 5 tons salt, 2 kegs saltpetre, 6 tons wire and netting. 1 cask sodawater, 2 tons hay, 1 case buoot, 2 bushels apples, 1 piano, 6 dkhets tea, 1 pocket hops, 7 bags malt. March 7. eccta, from Melbourne: 1 half tierce, 6 casks, and 1 case tobacco, 131 bags and 1 case sugar, 4 hhtds., 5 casks, and 4 cases beer, 1 keg rutm, 1 keg, 2 cases, and 1 qr:-caslk brandy, 8 thests, S half-chests, and 16 boxes tea, 2 cses .-ld tom. 10 bags rice, 1 case bitters, 1 bag 1 case colfle, 17 cases win...

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TABLES OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF INLAND MAILS, 1862. POST OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

TABLES OF TI7E AnnlRVAL AD DEPARTURE Or ILA.ND MAILS. IS62. POST OFFICE, SALE. Mail atrive at O IIour tiiaOttico from ellobourne . . 3Ion. Thur. & Sat. S a.m. Rosedale ...... ,, ,, Tltnrlgou...... ~ » » I)andelang ... ,, , Alberton .... . ,, , , Tarravillo...... Port Albert ... , ,, - p.m. Stratford ..... olndays & Saturdays 6.30 Luckuow .... Omeo ..........,, , elila close at On Hour this Office for Melbourne ... Tues. & Fri. 11.30 Sat S p.m. Rosedale ...... Traralgon ...... Dandenong .. ,, . Alberton ...... ,, ,, I Tarraville... , , Port Albert ... Stratford ...... Monday & Saturdayvs Lucknow .... Omeo e ... JOHN D. LEESON, Postmaster. Post Office, Sale, Dec. 5, 1861.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messrs. Row, Kirk, and Co. report :-Fat c'attle: Over 1,500 head of cattle came to hand this week, which, with few exceptions, were of middling and inferior quality. There was moderate competition for the picked pens oat of each lot, but for inferior lees than ?tore prices had to be Eubmitted to. We quotebest cellocks £4 to £5; others fro:n £1 s upwards; beat cows, £3 to £4 ; others from £1 lSs up wards. Sheep have been supplied in sufficient unumbers to .meet the requirements of the trade. There have been but few approaching primne quality ; for one lot of prime heavy rweights ls Gd was obtained; for other des. ,-riptions prices ranged from Os to 13s Gd each. i)u the 19th instant, in consequence of the .x2piration of the lease of the paddocks at 'oaunt Aitken, tenanted by Messrs. Morton tirothers and Leach, the well-known short. horned breeders, owners and importers of the utlls Lord Iagl::n and IRoyal Butterfly the :ixth, we held a sale of the surthl...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS. The following correspondence between Dr. Mackay and the Minister of Justice has been received by us for publication : " Crown Lasw Offices, "Melbourne, 6th March, 1802. "Sir,-Referring to your letter of the 11th ultimo, I have the honour to forward, by direction of the Minister of Justice, copy of his minute on the subject of stationing a Warden and Police Magistrate at the Crooked River diggings, Gippsland. " I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient eervant, " A. W. CHOMLEY. " Dr. Mackay, M.L.A., Temple Court." "Copy of Minute by the Minister of Justice: "' I do not think there would be sufficient work for a Warden, if he were to have no other duties than to attend to the Gippsland gold-fields; but Captain Carey has been asked to report upon the best means of attending to the requirements of the miners. "'The writer of tie article in The Gippsland Times is under a misaipprehension in supposing that the inclusion of Gippsland within the Beechwlorth mining district has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE CO[MI[TTEE of the Sale ilechnnice' Institute invite TENDEIRS for the ERECTION A NI) COMPLETION OF A BUILDING on the ground belonging to the Insti tute. Plans and Specifications to be seenl at Mr. Rfeese's after the 13th inst. Tenders received up) to April I. (Blv Order) J. Cli?ESTTER,., x 5 19 nir i!on. Secretary. MIONTHLY SALE OF STOCK. -R., BURROWS, Auctioneer, begs 1'iL to inform the settlers in the upper district that he holds a monthly sale o strek on tt;e second Tuesday in each montll at Iilliu's Leaf, near Tarraville, where good and extensive iaddloclkage is procured. FOR SALE. 1.00 IlEADof MIXED CATTLE pi suitable for filtteing. A\pply to JAMIES AIlTIEN, M' Lennan's Straits. 1)ACK and Sadilo Horses.-A few well-brol;en ill, for sale, by IlChIAIA)RD BENNISON, IMyrtle Downs. QUPERFINE FLOUR, (Unoranteed, _ Prime Old Oats. Two-year-old lialf Leicester lir.es, for bale or EIchtage for Ewes, Iy RICIIAIID IIENNISON, lMyrtle Downs,. S ALTI OF COUNTRY L...

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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. RELEASE OF THE SOUTHERN COMMISSIONERS.— THE DEMANDS OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT COMPLIED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

LATER NEWS FROM A ME RI C.A. RELEASE OF THE SOUTHERN C01 MISSIONERS.- THE DEMANDS OF THE BIIlTIStH GOVERNMENT COM PLIED WfITl. By the Albrecht Oswald, which ar rived in HIlbso(n's Bay on Wedlnesdav, we have Californian intelligeice to the 15th January ; and also late.r English and American news. We extract the following from the latest Californian papers : PnovEnwacE, January, 2. DEPARTUI?E of MASON AND,,?iIDEr.L. The British steam giun boat Rinallo left at 5 p.m, with Slessrs. IMason and Slildell and suite on board. The agent of the Government who superintended the removal of Iasont annd Slidell front Fort VWarren to the British gutl-boat, returned this morning. No papers were exchanged between the agent and tho English. commander, in connection with the delivery and recep tion of the rebel comnuissioners. Boston, 2nd Jaanutry.-Tho gale last night was more severe thaa any that has been known for years. Fortre-s Monroe, Ist Januanr.-Three hundred and eighty-four prisoners have leen ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. `e The telegram from Sydney, of Satur- eat tday last, to the Arqlus, contains new brý of tthe murder of Caputain Miller of the shlip Golden State aIt 'Tahiti, b. by Captain Dunn, of the ship Secret Jealousy is alleged as the cause.c. The New York papers have com pletely changed sides between the s middle and end of Deccember, atnd the CII New FYork lHerald declares that tlie Jrorld, Tribune, anld Times, art tt frightened out of their wits, and artn down upon their marrow bonies befort the Br'tish Lion. \ Bushranging appears again to bt prevalent inl Victoria. Last week thl residence of Mr. Simon Ciadden, nca; Learmonth, was visited by two armei: men, who carried away everythinto valuable which they could stow aboei them, and took two fresh horses instear of their own. Several other cases 01 sticking up have also been reported. Sunday is represented as belnt oppressively hot and dusty in Mel bourne. The thermometer stood at 9, in the shade in the Observatory, an:" at 1...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

" IaCELSiOR." FRIDAY, 31AlCII 14, 1862. PaItsU:m1so that ai judge, whether of the Queen's bench or of a police court, is the actual representative of the Crown of Great Britain during his period of sitting in judgment, and that he is not only empowered, but required to take cognizance of all matters which may be considered a contempt of court, or of the authority deputed by IHcr Most Gracious Majesty to all her servants when administering justice between the subject and the olicimled laws of his country. Surely, if contempt cai hle delined, we have examnples e:muugh in Gippoland of the grossest contompt for judges, police magia trates, and all others concerned in the administration of the law. A few days will find the General Session's Judge sitting in a building which conveys not only contempt of all temporal honors, but also con tempt of all decency, cleanliness, and order. We would willingly ask His Honor to commit the build ing for contempt of Court were we not well aessred that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 March 1862

S-J. UI: EYis 'utlitorised tor S r.ceiv. e all, e Moneye due'hpon ac-' aount of the'late Roy yal Mail Coaches. DUNAN 'CLARIK. Sale, 6th February, ~62. ' 7 a SALi, EREWERH. . N aliditipo to . Malt tiquore, the . id, i? for sale, Ginger Wn. Ra"pberry Vinegair Lemon Syri'ClOves.. o er nin andL Pins" leC , o 0 e I heneait qhul, ad at the It 1est priced. SRtALSTO. . Harvest, Beer rAY be had at the Sale T3rewery in quantities. not less than fiv, gallons, o good ,quality, at a.reducec: MIOE RIVER. I SAAC 'LEAR begs to intimate. that. the above liltel.isfins undergoing repairt, lintl. 'vill be 're.fiirnished inm tnediately. T'ie Wines hiid'Spirits wile be of firs"t-cla ss'iuhlitv,' ii piticnlsa attention ivfll: lie pid to b the "stable.' 'whdreo'the 'ieustn muderate'charges wil be exacted for. god 'eed lThe It'alddlocks ie well grassed an,: of c.mniderillle eit'pt, and good "stock. yards are provided 'for'dral'tig' cattle. Settlers anid Stddk'iitie twill find tb, 'hnitse to pitssiesss bcofi...

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