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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862

3Local ant Dw atrict N~B nia BSnAn DEBrTB' COURT.--The holaing of this Courthas 'been adjournedto Wednesday next, the 8th instant, owing to the uisual monthly day of sitting falling on New Year's Day. Ireswro POCIonC FORC .-Sizteen appiCastions were madeto the Bench of Magistrates yesterday for admis :aion eto the Police force, and the following wereappointed -RboateI Harpor, Richard Bower, Lawreae .Dowhang, and Thomas Muholland. William Greenaway was ap pointed Acting-sergeant, in the place of Sergeant Harris rTemoved to Leyburn. On Wednesday last, Constable Illiott was appointed a sergeant aice Sergeant umrrie re signed. InPoer ? To HODBERo?o ?8no.-By a notice puib 'lished in anothler column, householders are required to supply spouting to their premises which front on the S-aein streete, before the Istof'ebruary next. In default -o lthei diingao,'they will be proceeded against mnaer * ·tenowne' Police Act. FATA ACCIDENTn-On Saturday last, two ohildren, named John and Mary Rllen l...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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PROPOSED POSTAL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

PROPOSED POSTAL BOUTE. An efdortla being awade by the selers on the upper banks oftbe3Mary River.tolet a new mail ront op~ener between * rb orongbn~d Brisbane, in a directj.ouberly.line from? chisetwQ. Hitherto the contry adjicent to thbs Mary riear, about trhe twirsbip,. has been unnstoced, end its advantages haveC been hrievouply nuder-reted by a few persons sbohare been holdingehe run on speculation. The new land regulrtons have, however,uompelledtbem topell, od th.e coantry isi now being stocked chiefly with catte--byyonngand eMnterpr?ir.g'inete; many of whom transact their blsinesm with Ipswich.! Some of them a^re altoadiyaiake to the advantage' they wonld derive from trading with Mary bmough, as tkventy-Gre uni~t of water-carriage wonil ire available, vi.; to Tyro, Mr. Eaton's cattle -stattion. But the great drawback at present isthe entire want of mail commnnicatin,. We sholdrnjoice to see lthat want mendt' a n therefore .with great pleasure publish a letter Ifroa a gentleman...

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MORE TROUBLE WITH THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

MORE T?ROUBLE WITH THE BLACKS. On Sounday last, the 26th ultmo, a message w?as receiedl in town from Mr. Michael Doran to ihe effect that the blacks who had robbed him a short time since were encamped near his plats, and \that they intended to attack his house again that night. immediately on hearing the above intelligence, Mr Sheridan the Whter Police Magistrate, started with the Water Podice, and proceeded down the river to Doran's residence, where they found some blacks camped but none ofthose who committedal the robber,. Mr. Sheridan offered to leave sume men to protect Doran, but he refused to have them, stating tbit two men from Mr. Walker's were to stay at his (Doran's) during the night. On the way down the river, a black for some unaccOuntabhle reason ran away when he saw the Water Police.--they imme. i diately gave chase, and captured him, swimming across the river, be was taken to Doran's who could out inlentify him as one of those who committed the roobert. On iSnday even...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

MARYBOROUGH. cPa-se the Mwpboers Chrhamis',) PareaqrfScaoo r.Ib last mail from Brieisane, letters wereteeive4 by the local patrons heres from which it is underteod that .the Central Boird4twill do all in their power to aid in the establishment of a school in Mlaryborough without delay, andithat immediate steps wi-l be taken to that end.- hir. Maedonuell, 'the Inspector of Schools, will visit the. town shortly. . The Blacks have again been annoying some of our settlers on tile south bank of the nrer. It was reported io the police a few days ago that Mr. Dran's house had been entered and robbed;: seve ral constables at 'oicestirted, but were positirely unkhle to reach the spot, which is across the river, for want. of a boat, as no person would lend osne unless payment were persously.g!;rarteed by the constables, which of course they refused to do. The reason o1 this is that no small Oorernmetreaccunt is worth collecting, owing to the signing and noun tersigning, posting and re-posting...

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No. 14. AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY THE LAWS RELATING TO THE TRANSFER AND ENCUMBRANCE OF FREEHOLD AND OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND. [ASSENTED TO 7TH AUGUST, 1861.] (Continued from our last.) Transmission by involvency.—Certified copy of appointment of official assignee and elected assignee to be deposited with Registrar-General.—Upon entry of such appointment, official assignee and elected assignee empowered to deal with lands.—Insolvency of trustees not to effect beneficiaries. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

No. 14. a iit 'o0 iSriPurTritf'ALkWS RELAT ING TO TiE FRAlNBEZR AND ENGU~I BRANCE OF FI?EIiOLD AND OTHER 2 INTERBBTS flN. AlND... . AUssa TEgD O' Tra Aous?sT, 1861.1 jai tuueded )opyof appoint ment of'? Y Y end elcted a pSigneeto be depoeitedpolth td esl witr s a.so s.-IUrsol.enc2 -. :":fOu? i teiot to affect benesfciaries . .::??W?hb evebi such tra?usmissio. shall tBke place by .vntie of the insolvency of a regitered proprie tot, piaofiee copy or other duly certified copy ot the -ppoiutment of the official assignee of the insoleeant meita&rofr he appointment of such offi iale assignee,. and of an elected assignee as the case may be, or each othersoufficient evidence of such appointment or poiDtnents as he may require, shallbelft with :t~h.Reglstrar-GeCnero ; and he shall thereupon enter .smemorandum of the particulars of sucht appoint meet in the register book; and, upon such entry being made, it shall be lawful for. such official as ~lfg , or uotfial or elected asignees,'t...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

DEPIETURE. Jauary 7.--Clarence, steamer, 800 to?n? Deptain Cottier, for the Northem Portes. Passengers-Mr. and lrs. Tt B. Yates, Ml. and Mrs. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Praaer. Mr. and Mra ZEurich, Mr. and Mrs. Errasn 2leames, Kiss Yates, Mr. F. P Thompson, Mr.Croaker, Mr. D' Morrison, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Alexander anoh aon, Mr. Caston, Mr. D. Palmer, Mr. D. Longands, r. J. Crown, and I in the ateersage.

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SECOND DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

Swown Dir'i-uensni" On the second day the atteqndanek.i a dira bnt hit~i numerous as on the previou~Bay. ':1.T?-Pa;:aii3 ,& meoced ati Uo'eElcle, the stewards nagih B hjaDeabh The irt race wae- - : - The New.Earnn Wetter Stakes ef 8 noaes each, ABt) i6p. added.. T,.ice round and a dietance, for all elnti . Weight for age-8 yeero old, st~.Jlg. ls;' aild,lst lr iha. 5 years oLd, it. d~ihe. - nged4ll·tfiWbo, Entance, 14mw. Mr. Bramstoni' h;g. Lnaeir, n ~ed (O; ner)'.. 1 Mr. Ford's g.m. Snowdrop, 4 yean, li.Ob.:..: ,. Mr. BDron's oh~g. Shamrc, ag.. Us ll ( e B Mr. Haedidab icnda.ltlb1st nnmtd Mr. Gollinssn beg. t?ii r'Ol 0a e, ,I1t'tlb (A -, _ Maddef~t)p.B. . &-. Mr. Roea'eii~h.g. Omepaaay, ag~ Ilnt l~b'b (Eq 'ldc Mr. Pring'e bLg. Blak Eagle, agedlia b 016 Mr Seymom's br.g tuttet75J~cd iatIb Winterbottom) ..... "" Thelead wan taken hb Charled lleJyiwhowgn followed by the rest. When atl eo was taken by Launer, Shimrk and r o n.g, while Oharley actd as w'irppr.i. from home...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

I¶PORTS. Yarra Yarsar I baug, Balfour; i bandleraisise, case jams, eases, 1 keg, 1 qarter-cask vinegar, 8 cases oil stores, I box, 2 eases sago, I barel apples, 1 bag rice, I bag, 40 bage flour,2 cases, 20 bags salt, 387 bags sugar, i case, 1 sieve, 2 drums, I bundle basuckets, B iron potl, . bundles bullock bowe, I case, 1 bandle area, 1 bundle pans, 2 inrems oil, 2 8camp ovens and bovers, 2 bales, 1 cadse, 1 truss, acses, 2 hales, I parcel, 1 half tierce.tobacco, 6 kegs, 8 halt~hests tea, 4 halF" bheste tea, 'gssell: 2 trunks boots, I. M. Illidge; 4 'hlogslheds ale, H. Bland; 12-cases, I. and H. Levy; & Bones tin, 22 sheetsa gualvanised iron, Heit; 6 ases -ginger wine, 4 hobbs, 4 bundles loop, S* bIandles wre, -4 hal hestatea,6 cases elaret,~ 2 bags dbur, 11lbundles -.wire. 1 hogshead rum, I unbrter-sere e tobacc,_ .2 ee ~'n.Gra~j~asdiCa; ipard~8ctl,1c Beitssshs; W'lags' ~slt, 2 case, 1 keg, 10 bags lons, 2 tins potatoes, I case, Scases oilmen's stores, 1 bag pepper, I. ba...

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BRISBANE. Thursday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

.BRISBAN^o ^f ^ [BBox oUR OW COo The dllbsorbinegevent during hflat '^l S the week wea the Metropolitan Boaes.' t on the couirsewaa very large, and the etthg able, though warm. The Brat tadd asn start atll o'clock, but oinag to a!want efpunntlr the part of the .steward)s, sand the diffiulty th rienced in obtaming a proper eighing-onachio not start till There ere ere a number of tlemen from your town, resent, aind onatle,firet emptied the pockets of dome of the BrisbartesbItti the second day the latter succeeded in obtainsig a ot derable portion back again. 'Tltl rowd was Cot ittle-A orderly as might have beendesired. ::Mrfq A. EDoe, : Secretary to the Treasury; met with.a; id eamishap; E was standing alongside his liorse just iter one races, when sonme one gallopped ulI 't. e pet *ii knocked Mr. Dodwell violently tibthbe ,: immediately afterwards kicking l-oion _lltB r He was picked up insensible, and efseee of the SherilF, and Doctore Bell and OCetnan w. diately sent for. I am glad...

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

Eaosumltrchil. IrBWICH. The following wool has been reeved by Me~rs., W. Gray and o., for shipment per Woolloomteoo :-6 hales wopl, TB; 4 ditto, PD. The rollowing wool has been received by Messnre. W. Gray nnd Co., for shipmert per George KIdd :--40 baes wool, TB; 23 ditto, M&D; 100 ditto OHO; 29 ditto, GT1 8 ditto, AW IO itte, St' Clair. The following produce has been received and for warded:-From the stores of Messr. W. Gray and-Co. -18 bales wool, Mt. & Ly.; 80 ditto, Lowes 21 ditto, 9 bales sleeoskins, Chinelhilla ; 4 bales wool, J.A. 48 ditto, H&FI i 6 bales and 1 bag wool, and 4 bales akine, M&J. Fromthe stores of Messrso. Geo. H. Wilson and Co.-9 bales wool, E&L 10 ditto, MW ; 20 ditto, GD in diamond, Canning ?I?'owns; 81 ditto. EER; 6 bales sheepskins, TB6; 2 ditto, W in diamond; 7 hides, TW&Co. From the stores of Mr. B. Forrest-fl bales wool, TT over T From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hssell --80 bales wool, M'Lean. From the store...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

THE MUNICIPIAL COUNOIL The usual weeks: eeting took place atthe Couort bonse on Wednesday afternoon. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Tbompson, O'Malley, Warkina, Clone, Stanley. Tole minutes of the former meetings were read. Alderman Thompson said there was one objeetion to the minutes. It was expsessly.oaudesatood that the chalk ahould be eovered with gravel before amy money -as paid to O'Sullivan. The minutea were corrected accordingly. EaTO uOT arun. Alderman TJhompson eoquired it' Gvernment allowed the Corporation any sum for the eradication of the Bathurst.Bdrr. The Mayor said they did not; he believed that in for mer years a private subseription had been ot up for their eradication otnside of the town boundary. Alderman Clone said that Inspector Quinn unsually looked after the matter. The Mayor said be wonld see Mr. Quinn,and endeavour to get the barrs outside of the town boundary destroyed. EYMPLrToxEN Or LAsOBEn . The Mayeor said he had qauenstion to a.uk the Over seer. I?t was,...

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PRODUCE REPORT. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

PRODUCE REPBORT. (Monr aAND co.) Wool.--There was a full attondane of Ibuyers at our cntiaon this day, and upwards of 4110 bales were sold. Although there was more animation in the biddings than has lately been obsersble, we cannot quote prices as being equasl to the rates obtainable prior to the arrival 6f the last Enaglish mall. Sheepakins in limited supply.Abnat 1500 sold at full market rates, ranging from 7 to 9Od per Ib. Tallow.--Only 388 eas offered, all of which fouud buyers at from sa 3d to 40s. per wt. Sides.-Very few cotiing to hand. Prices without alteration. About 500 sold at 9a 8d to 13 6d each. Palcas CURRENT. WOOL. 5. d. a.d. Su rorcl? ........................18 to 2 li FairtgJo .................. 16 to 1 8 Low to middling.................. 1 8 to 1 6 Grease ...... ....... 9 to 1 0 Locks, pieces, broken woul, &c. O 8 to 1 2 , Hand-washed ........................ 1 4 to 1 6 Scoured .............................. 1 9 to 2 2 Beef.................... £84 0 0 to£85...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R. J. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

S ?&LL DEBTS' OOURT. WEDNESDAY, JAUASYSB. Before thePolioe Magistrate and Mr. B. J. Smith. Bankm of ow' ouSoth WTales ,. F. N. Lucad?ifr. Chnbb for defendant No appearance of plaintis. Case dismissed. " .. W. Hendreensd Co. ( . John Hawkiss.--8 1Is. d. for goods sold and dulivered. Plea, not indebted. 'Mrs. Hawkins appeared to? her husband, who, she explai?ed, was u. the country and ihad been for some time; hle was hornme for one day at.Ohristmas,.but opuld not stop any longer. She disputed the whole debt, saying that the goods were paid for at the time of purohsoe. For plaintif, £3 18sa. 9d. including costa. * W. Hendren e. JTames Colline.-N-o appearance of de fendanet. Verdiot for'plaintiffsol O..Ed. with:37s. 6d. .costs. Trustees of Toi, , 2: 6. l4.anL-Mr. Oh?nthh pi.irfiBe. Nao apposeane o defeodant. Verdiet for gslaintfa~ S~ I~ fs. O Trustees of Twine e. Aleoander Ealley.--Mr. Chubb for plaintiffs. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, o10s. Id. and i8s. co...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

MELBOURNE. Messrs. J. H. Clough & Co. report: Wool.-Slince our report of last week there has been no pnblic sales held, as the holidays intervening harve prevented it, buyers, however, being desirous of filling op their orders as far es possible before the closing .of the Europeanmil, have been operating for this purpons privatelyto a large extent, sand a very brisk lhasiness has Been the consequence. We sueceed in placing almost leity Jot?ffered at oarformer publi sales, bought in or withdrewn, besides other fresh parcels, and have disp~ised of nearly 1,400 bales by private sale at current rates. This brisknesu has been partisally ascribed by some per sons to the total destratwion by dre of the ship" Empress of the Seas," at 'Port Phillip Heads, with nearly 2,000 bales on boa#d. The ship "Livingstone," with 2,400 bales on board, became a wreck at OGuichen Bay; her cargo, however, we are informed, is likely toe all rees ,ered, or nearly so. T?allow.-We have disposed of aerer...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

Tau?Ra ?I, JANUaRY 9. Befor tbe Police Magistnrtae. Martin Maenamarm was fined £1 for being drank; in defanult 48 hours in.the cells.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

BALES BY AUCTION. FURNITUREI FORNITtPE II N OOCKBURN has sreeived instruections - t Sto ellby Publio Action, at hic Rooisn Niholas-atreet, TO-mORROW, the 11lth Iostant, at '41 o'clock precisely. 1 Double Iron Bedstead 2 Toilet Sets .I ?ngle Ditto 1 Kerosine Lamp ImP Btretoher 1 Cruet Stand SMattresss i Plated Tea Service 6 Cedar Chairs B Wire Covers I Ceder Sofa 1 Kitehen Table ,Cedar Tables 2 Clocks 2 Oedar Weashstands 2 Moderator Lamps Enives'and Forks, Table and Tea S?p?oons, Ale and Wine Glaeses, Camp-oven, B~ilers, Saucepans, T?ea.Kettles, Buckets, Water Bottles, Washing Tubs, .ad Irons, ~o, Ac. - Terms, Cash. 91 T?E CELEBRATED BLOOD STALLION S"SIR: CHABRLES," Imported from New Sonth Wales, TO BE BOLDBY PUBLIC AUCTION, TO-MORROW, the 11th Instant, 7 IM.OOKBURN has received instructions to rl 'Sll'by Public Auction, at his Rooms, nlooa-etrees., TOMORROW, the 11th JANUARY, at 12 o'clock preroisely, .THE CELEBRATED BLOOD STALLION ;I "S1R CHARLES," Imported from New South Wales. , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

Efrjt Swiw0ata Cmt0im TERMS: SU.asch.rTozr.-The amount of eubrptla to the Quceselamd Times ii BSev Bhillings and ij4pne per quarter, if paid in advrdice.o.'Eigh4 SbillisgeSi* pence oredit. The quarters terminatejp, fhe?_*-8p tember, 8ist December, 8st March, andPOtlJane, at which periodsonlty can subscribers dealipe y gRiving notice, sad paying the amsuet d1pto, tha of the current quarter. Single copies, Sixpence. 'rvzwrsaamanrs imaerteed ae?ndieg .to the fol lowing scale:-- .. s.d. Two lipes.....:..................a1..... 1 0 Four lines ................................. 0 Bi lines .......:6...... .......:..:..... 2 Eight ies 80+..................:...... 8 0o. £Eydd? wnaitesleght ......... 1 .0 The fol64lo d sent allowed on all adv6rtite. menta nt n "<a ': For~6i smoeions? . ..... . 10p cent. 13 +- ,. ..a.... . ' . 26 ' . -..:........... f, All advertisesnente must specify o- theta?of them hre number of times they are to beinperted. orthey will "be obbntiiued tilltcounter...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

tjtppaing Ikntfliettnc. -a~-- ARRIVALS. January 6.--Yarra Yarrs, steamer, 500 tons, Oaptain Bell, from Sydney. Pssengers-Mr.and Mrs. Idlaw and 2 children, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Sheriff and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Ferriter, Bev. W. Wilson, Messrs. E.J. Windor, Iacy, D. M. Jones, W K Wright, Master Kennedy, Mr. H. J. Corbett, and o10 in the steerage. Janouary .-Telegaph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain Henry O'Reilly, from Sydney Jansuary 8. Passengees- Hcn. L. Hope and Mrs. Hope, child, end servant0 Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and 2 children, Mrs. Galliem, Mr. and Mnrs. A. W. Green, Mrs. Oaulfleld and son, Mr. and Mrs. F. Beames, Miss Cramp, Miss Devine, Colonel O'Connell, Messra. Deighton, l'Cain, S. Baston, Trifitt, Child, J. Allen, W. Younge, A. Buchanan, K. W. Fegsn, E. Chamberlain, Croker, H. Buttenshaw, P. Clark, T. H. Jones, E. 3. Hitchins, A. Hunter, and 24 in the steerage. .Tanuary 4-Micronesia, schooner, 0 tons, Captain Marsden, from the Marootehy River, with cedar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862

O. B. EBSWORTI{, WOOL BROEER MID AVCTIONEER, S-ALES eff~oted ,by Private Contrect or Pnblic Auctin. Advances made on Produce for i Sale or tlhipment Auction 8ale Day, EVERY THURSDAY. Circular Quay, Nlovember 1st, 1861. 87 C KINGSHOROUGHl, Draper, Silk Mercer, and .. General Outfitter, Wellington House, 629, Brickfeld Bill, Sydney, begs to inform hise Country Customers and the publio generally, that he hac taken those extensive premises as above formerly in the occupation of Messra. BIergin, M'Mahon, and Co.), where he respectfully solicits a continuance of that patronage which he received at his former establishment. Country Storekeepers supplied with everydescrtp tion of Drapery, on the most reasonable terms. 17 LOST, on Wednesday eight last, between Clay. street and Mr. Besser's Store, a SILVER WHIP BANDLE, with the initials, 8. H. L. W. 8. Whoever will return the same to Mr. BERSSER will be rewarded. 111 200 SLBS WANTED. MACKENZIE & BOWLAND. 84 W ANTED, SPLITTERd and FENC...

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