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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

*rora*ir=r'-gffi«wi»reAL»j -■*—rrrmiOTTrimaii ;^ntei^io ; °-3: At about two o'clock on Sunday? mofty, tisitteA;vby-can.-aw^ul gale of <]\yiu.d;.}tWcit <^nUnue,d thi'ou&iiput. thejwjlj'ole day, and though it did not con pn- :,Iytonday .qjiji; Tuesday °J'6r "s trbng J:\vindjp, accompanied by abundance o£_rain.;, no" injury, as far as we can leaSTi^ai ^rijsent. , ...... _ |SiUurday^f|ffP^^Mifit^afr'S'tCTraay; _tliat |E eraTcl .H^l, near ^mblo ^vn fSLwaig on Sund^, Jtuit very proymenti^ly^fhe^^^as no one wind is ■ safiLto,:Wve been not less than-. 40- IbsVt^Jikj§4^r^)t.; ' Tliegbarome^I< down to, j2,9;30,,,*S^ome hou3es'~iny MeK SUI «^8»VOJpj£t. , .. •nS«di,-JB9rt bourne^sufcre.d. also,>• and part ot a, new? i 1vy-"V i u i ■ vonfMi)ii)i,a church at'.St. Kuda^vas blown tloivn., , - ;,MAILS TO^GR'EA ^ : In our last, we. .had,,a-ifew remark.s,on, Ui • .cn.'.iti -jfcsiuJ:\ioif:j3i-.',sv-■ rasro ban ithe 'inconyenijrnce.simeiiGs.l by distnnrr arts ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

LATER- EURqpEMJ.r NEWS:1' — 'The. i'Roy.iVl' (iSlfarT'a^T rived.on the 5tli instaiit,'- with: news tohthiv 20th: August, whichV'isrffifteen-'claysVrlatei-jj than .previous advicSs.'n5 sA.lth6.ugh'.tte ne.wfei is generaUy interesting^ yetv-.there iscnp^h-jl ingp of grave, .importance, liut 'Ave: are? aL-jJ ways, gratified „byx Rearing; from 6" home,"n as.:>veU:ias-fvom;_abroad;'5iridIiiw^tl@birnofc;j that our reader have similar fetjliiigS). an^lg hail - the- arri vals—from -ti me—to-time-with equalj ]|le^^^e..^all.?|^'Spid^|b @n densej anrtf jfla'ce llje^re Itjfenp, 'tjlf^^ms which" appear.(to-^s .jto,p^sess, tii^,grejjte|t slialr. endeav^\,to ^m.ljracejtueJaiiggst^paee^ and includ^ihei^eatest^vanej^ 'of in-' formation, j' _ J _; ... __ riuesiaes a- igoocuy-'irumoer on'catyn rpas mediate anfl-'-stefcragSfi\S S fct'O ff/Evl3.G. 'The fRoyal, [CJiwrtev.^ ai'nvecl'^tLi^erpool; on);lthy>12th:A«gusfc^p(i-tl/e\n^7)^'Car«^ ifZ^at^^Plymouth, on^j.fche.'19th of;.£jje same^ m.opth., , , ...

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GENERAL SESSIONS, ALBERTON, November 12, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

GENERAL SESSIONS, ALBERTON, „• November 12, 1856. Before the •• Chairman,-orbes,t Esq.,) Capt. Carey, .7.' C. Tyers,-Di^jHed-i ley, ancl Lieut.. Slade. ' /• ]' • Tiia Queen against John Russell for. felony . The pusonei was infoimed against foi having-.in July■'lasfeielonioiisly.is.toleb.tliree.v dooi s and two window sashes from an, un occupied idwelling'.ihouse'at , .Tarraville;--the property of JpsephrHone, Esq.,- of- Hobart Town"there was;a;second;count.charging the; prisoner with havingv recei.ved the^irti-. cles, knowing th«m to have been stolen! .The -prisoner pleaded-' not puilty. < ■Several: witnesses1 "weie called on, behalf of the Grown, amongst tlie niniiber Mi-. Burn; thf!/ alleged agent of Mr. Hone,: who; failed to establish his principal's title to the property; ■ whereupon tlie counsellor :for j the priscnpr urged that the case for tlie prosecution failed,, inasmuch as the information 'did not disclose to whom the; property 'belonged:' His Honor concnrring...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

" SHIPPING .INTELLIGENCE. . ARRIVED (PORT- ALBERT^. November 9.—Macquarie,-schooner, 130 tons, G. Harrison,, from Douglass River via Mersey. Turnbull and Co., agents. November'121—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Co's. steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne; pas sengers^-oabin; Messrs. Forbes, Noel, Duncan, J. Callendur, Hart, Doherty, Buckley, Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs. G. Turnbull, and Mr. and Mrs. Macarthur. Steerage, 10. CLEARED OUT. November 12.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Laiig, for Jloburt Town. " IJtl'OKTS. , , " November- 9.—Maequarie,--frora Mersey; 105 tons coal. ' < * November 1.2.—Storm Bird, from'/Melbourne;; 6 hhds. rum, 4;do. brandy, .Kdo.-.alCjilOx-ases gin; 10 cases wine, 1 qr. cask whiskey,15 cases ale, 2 half tierces tobacco,r34. bags sugar," 3 chests tea. • uxi'ours. ' November ] 2.—GJencoe, fori Hobart- Town ;.v60 head cattle.. ,, ,, • «■ - , ,, ... . SAILED,. > ■ ' . ; Nil. . ■ "J "

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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AMENDED LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

AMENDED LAND-REGULATIONS. In a supplement to the Government Gazette the following' regulations, having1 reference to the selection of country and special country lands, which are unsold by auction, were lately published; It will be noticed that after the formal proclamation of such lands, and at the end of the term specified, they will be open for. selection in the - districts in which they-are situated j... and if there be a branclrof ,the Treasury, or Survey department* there' they can be paid for at once,', with out going1 to Mel-, bourne,'as has been the case hitherto :— Surveyor-General's Office, Melbourne} 24th October, 1850. His Excellency Majoi-Ge'neial Macar thur,'s with the advice of the'Executive •Gouncil^baWdh'ected^thej-qM'qmulg-ntionf.bf;-: the; folio wnigv; amended ireguhitions/fors.the? selection, of lands of the ,third class, viz.*) country lots,' including such as are desig nated special country, which have been ex posed, to sale by public' competition and not sold...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' 'STEAM TO MELBOURNE, PT^HE Port Albert Steam': .-*- .Navigation' Company's, fine. ; .-.■■■ new' screw, steamer .^S'rORM1 BIRD, J. B. Sydserfly Commander-will sail from tlie Company's iWharf^for.'- abpve; Port every Friday,'at 11 a.m. ' punctually". - -Pares—Cabin £o—Steerag-e j£2 5s. <: Wheat 9cl. ancl Oats 6d. per bushel,, " ' Potatoes 20s.'per torn Pi eight on othei things,^£2 per ton. > '"'Gold, for. sliipment^must'-bei entered/,at ithe.Customs beforexlO^o'cloclfAjM :toii day 1 of sailing-.'' *. For Pi eight or Passage apply, to s> WM. DOTTERTY, Manager,' - 1 -na , Pfij f- Albpi t, 31st Jan , 185G. HE: adjourned'halfssyeai:!/'- meeting;1of ; ■ tlie'Siiitreliolders^ob'tljeTPort Albert* ifcjteam:iiNn.vigntionCompany will -be lield :«nt Port: Albert- on-'Friday, the :il4th> Nov.-^ 1856, at 12 o'clock noVm. >By oi-dei"^ '• > W. DOHERTY,' Manager'.1 Port Albert, 5l)tli Oct., 1856. ' 41' .* PUBLIC NOTICE. "J rpiTE-Steam Ship,^St.orm^/Jird,\- ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. GOOD NEWS A GOOD ROAD TO MELBOURNE AT LAST. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. GOOD NEWS! A GOOD:ilO*YD TO "MELBOURNE AT LAST. 'To the Editor of the Gipps Land Gua d a Sin,—I am rejoiced to Jearn, upon good au thority, that ' our enterprising Surveyor-General has determined not to allow : another- summer to ; pass without a strong effort to develope a new; road between your magnificent districtiandi the metropolis of Victoria. An entirely new 'routo' is proposed,, based upon the : discovery that it is quite* a fallacy to believe that a chain of moun tains interposes a barrier between your, district and that of Western Port The present winding and ; very circuitous roiid ; the gullies," '• of dire remembrance, to all overland travellers, after crossing j thet Bunyip river, (en route from Mel bourne) and approaching the almost level eoun-; try,-ex tending eastwards along the skirt of the original bed of the great inland basin, now the " Great" and " Moe" swamps, suddenly diverges to the north-east and north, apparently recklessly to encounter obs...

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THE ROAD TO MELBOURNE, To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

THE ROAD TO MELBOURNE, To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. oui,—xii nui.y .ue or. service- to -many, of your squatting .supporters-- arid •- others; -who, in -.taking: their'stoclc to: the Metropolitan market, lire pe riodically compelled to wend their weary way along'our present execrable road to Melbourne with - fagged and hungry cattle, .fasting- usually from- the Postman's Yard;; to; .Mount rArrurat creek,'-(ncarlj' four'day's .^journey) to know that after surmounting 'the toils arid dangers of the 11 Gullies," they*ean refresh their stock by dri ving over three miles oh good open feed and take> a short cut across the-horseshoe bend of: the road, to Connor's Buriyip Inn. avoiding about eight or ! nine miles of chiefly boggy road, with numerous deep watercourses;-,the labor of getting through which, tells,so ,frightfully on the condition of all stock taken from Gipps Land, and seriously dc-<' i preciates their value, as contrasted with stock of similar quality...

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THE ROADS OF GIPPS LAND To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

TI-IE ROADS OF firPPK r,a"Nrn To the. Cditor 'oJ the .Gipps [Land Guardian. — ■, Sir,—-In any disuussion.which; hinges upon ia. m'atter of opinion, it is important that those who . are to judge and decide should be enabled to as- . certain how far the advocates of each side of the question are worthy of reliance. In my'remarks upon the subject of the main roads of this district, I have afforded the public this oportunitysby at-, .taching, my signature to thorn, and as it is gene rally- known that I have, been', resident in the district thirteen; years, and during that time my pursuits have compelled meito become'personally acquainted with every footof thecountry^affected by the line to be adopted, I may claim some right to be heard on the'ground of personal experience. If my oponent will unveil his modest physiognomy your readers will be able to, judge whether his opinions should carry equal weight. His facts are easily'disposed of. . • The real question at issue is, which is the be...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 14th November, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

«0.tp.ps % a nft (^uartrian, < Friday, 14tli Nuvembur, 1856. Our readers'will perceive that our Lead-; ing Article .this week has given,.\vayvto matters of general:.interest and, frotn.-the. same cause we are ' unwillinglyi o1jliged>! to; omit tlie markets. ; ■ '< mo y»io fiu *<»<« J i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. Tp GEORGE- DIXON HEDLEY, ESQ., J.P., TARRAyiLLE. . : T^STE, the undersigned landholders and i'j'v householders, being- residents in the' Alberton Road District, herebyrequest, that you will convene a meeting of the landholders;, and : householders in the said district,'to form a District : Road Board, for the purpose of superintending, provi ding- for, and completing the; construction,, repair,. and maintenance of the roads in the said Road District and for carrying out therein the provisions of the Act of the' Governor and Council, ,16 Victoria, No. 40. - William Howden, landholder S. L. Disher, landholder - . ' Henry Black, landholder James McDerment, householder • - "v James J. Hart, householder John H. B. Gurney, householder ■ James Neilson, landholder -" : •: < Robert Adams, householder J. McKenzie, householder . • ■ Samuel Taylor, householder - '•s;s. •• ■ W. H. Disher, landholder ' " James Davis,1. Woodside; landholder ' Michael Monaghan, landholder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ^IMMIGRATION REMITTANCES. . NOTICE; TO THE "PUBLIC. PERSONS wishing'to bring their rela tives and friends from" the ' United Kingdom to Victoria, can secure passages for them in vessels chartered by Her Majesty's Government-on the ■ following conditions: 1.-:The persons' to be 'brought into-the Colony must be in good healthj free from all bodily or ^mental defects;; of good moral ■ character^ sobeiy industrious, and in the habit of working for wages at the oc cupation specified in the application forms. Children under the age of fifteen years must be accompanied by some competent person who will take charge of them du ring.the voyage. 2. The names, ages, 'relationship, mar ried or single state, occupation and address ■ of the persons tor whom passages are ■ re quested, must be furnished by the appli cant according to the accompanying form. Christian Name and Surname, at full length.' Ag$. Wheth er Mar ried or Single. Rela tion ship. 'Trade or . Culling. Address, at',...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

NOTICE TO OOKRESP.ONDENTS. i ' b" H u" ; We take the opportunity of requesting'that all. communications intended for insertion should, he sent, early in the week, written.on onu siuk of:the pa- , per only; also that the name of the ■writerbe either < attached to the communication'or sent in confidence, otherwise it cannot appear.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Port Albert, Nov. 14, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

CORRESPONDENCE;;' To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Porfc Albert, JN'ov. 14, 1850. - Sir,—A letter appeared,in your journal of the '7th inst., in which I was charged, along' with my three companions, at Merri man's" Creek, with an offence -which, if true, would have certainly merited the most severe punishment. I hope to show you, however, in a few lines, that the charge 'brought against.us-' by the Prussian refer red to had no foundation in fact, and was solely to be attributed to the fancies, of a distempered m<nd. For the past sixmonths the party, of which I formed one, had been vexed and annoyed by the conduct of the'' Prussian and by his constant endeavors' to create ill-will amongst us. On the occasion' in 'question, Collins, alias Croflin/' had quarrelled with the cook: A young" man; one of our party, .went up: to 'him (and' re marked that, if he persisted in bis- malevo lence, the party wouldv be underjthe'disa greeable' necessity ofg'ivingliim- a- dip. in...

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Gipps Land Guardian. Friday, 21st November, 1856. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

<3 tp p 0 JL a a tr tta rtf t a iit Friday, 21.4 November, 1856: •THE- NEW PARLIAMENT! Parliament meets, .this, day. ■ {It,,is the first Parliament;' wholly' .ele.cted bjvthe peoplfe, which' has eVer assenibled^in^ic-• tona, and, as such, He hail, its*advent, i. and'hope it-may be ■■'distinguished: by < ma ture -wisdom and sage'counsel. ■ Momen-; tons questions are., to 'bedispnssofl, *v,rind deeply important measures.'considered, and the ■ results of the1 'deliberations wliichj are to be initiated to-'day.'will^'pr'obably affect this -young-countryjreither ■ prosperously or adversely, up toyit1 period., in' the • fiitnre when,: the present'actors' shrill' long-have ceased to feel'any !interesf •ihJ,'mundane : movements. But though we may not live to see the effects of-the 'measures-adopted, . we . should not be the less anxious -respec tingthem. - Indeed, we should rather be the more solicitous,^'otvit isi.principally in the adoption of those comprehensive1, a...

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POETRY. MAY WHISPERS. Listen. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

, POETRY., MAY WflTSPEES. ' Listen. ., To the sound.of the -rain-drops,'which full' from the wives, To the stir ofpthe budding and;,balm-scented leaves, _ , , ■ To the.song'of the bird as it cheerily sings. .. On the bough -where the nest of the oriole swings; To the murmurs which steal over meadow and lea, , v Here busily buzzes the " bright belted bee,"- ; To.the thousand glad voices which merrily say, She bringeth the sounds of rejoicing ahvay, • The merry and 'musical May! ■ Listen, All ye who inlangour. andi weariness lean ' ' From the casement which opcs<,on a landscape of green; . . - v. t ■ All ye who, ainid the earth's struggle and strife, Keep i bright the' sweet dreams of your earlier life, .. < ' < And hear the low breathings of; spirits which yearn ( . , . . . For the freshness and joy-of the past to return,. 'Mid the sparkling of dew and the sunshine of d"3'> , . •As hajjly.some .voice in.entreaty shall say, "Conie back to iny spirit...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE.' ' Muntham.—Muntliam is a tidy little farm, on the river Wannon,'" somewhat about the size of an English county. Its stock of horses would-furnish three regi ments of cavalry, and if-its, horned cattle were extended in Jine,they ■:would reach from London to York. . If the,sheep were deprived of their skins and. these; cut into thongs, and united/, :theyr.would -furnish a ielt sufficient to-; encircle 'the globe 5 -or if we suppose that, each furnishes; five pounds of wool, they : would supply ;a worsteds' line sufficient to reach the moon. 'If you had visitpd this farm a few years ago, you might have Seen: a:fresh-;gopd;lookingfman;' •witlr-sleev.es tucked.:up;and 'sweatingyljrow,> showing his men how to work, and al though his exterior denoted; something.su-; perior, yet you (admired his. industry, as much as his gentlemanly;- appearance.; Tlint man, was Mr. Edward. Henty, the' proprietor of those vast and almost? count less herds, and. that, was the ■ way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

.T ETTEHS.detained!for. postage at the Post I i Office* .Port Albert. —White, Esq.y La Trobe Island, <kl. . Mrs. Rigby, Melbourne, 3d. J. PERRTS, Postmaster. ' ' ADVE RTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, rniljE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine ■ . new screw steamer STORM BIRD,- J. iB. S}rdserJtj .Oommnnder, •will, sail from the Company's. Wharf > for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. ■.punctually/ Faives—Cabin £5—Steerage £2 5s.•■■.! Wheat 9cl., and. Oats 6d. per. bushel,1 • '•• Potatoes 20s. per.-ton., : . ;:• •••'.Freight'on other things,:£2 per ton. ^ : Goldj fori shipment, ,must be entered, at the Customs before-10 o'clock A.m/ on day of sailing. _ . , For Freight or Passage apply, to.: , . WM. DOKERTY, Manager, •1-03 •'.. Port Allmrt, 31st Jan., 1856. ~ PUBLTC NOTTCE. - "" .rp-H-E Steam Ship, Storm JJinl, - being. about to undergo cleaningin Melbourne, will miss .one-.trip,.after■leaving Port Albert on the 28th inst., returning from Melbourne on the Otli D...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.;, Some time- ago we' gave ;i list of tlio members comprising^.the LegislativeC oun cil, and attached were the profession, coun try andrcreetl- of'encli as correctly as could be ascertnined;i :■ W« give below,;thenamos of the members who compose the Legisla tive Assembly, and 011 a future occasion: we may .possibly publish' similar particulars respecting them. The Assembly is-.com posed'.of. (30; members who are returned by 38 constituencies, as under: ■ Melbourne— Returning five members : Messrs. Moore, Michie, Sta well, Smith, and O'Shanassy. Geelony—Returning four members : Messrs.- Fyfe, Sladen, Read, and Brooke. Williamstomn—Returning one mem-y ber: Mr. Poster. Pvahran and St,. Kilda—Returning two members: < Messrs.; Sargood and Fellows. ■ • ' Coliinfjmood—Returning two members : Messrs. Harker. and Embling.1 • Emerald Hill.—Returning one membery Captain Clarke. ^ ' Hichmond—Returning two > members j Messrs. Evans and D. S. Campbell. Bviqh...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 November 1856

. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arrived (port albert). November 17.—Mariposa, schooner, ;190; tons, W. Croucher, frora'Hobar.t Town, in ballast; pas-' sengers—cabin ;';Messrs."' '"Weaver "and Clements; Steerage, 6. y^W; Grouchcr, agent;;;. - 25!; November i9.—Storm Bird, r.A.s.N. Co's. steam er, 75 tons, J. B. Sydserff, from Melbourne; pas-; senger—cabin; Mr. Thomas. Steerage, 8. CLEARED OUT. November 16.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, G. Graves, for Ilobart Town. ; ■ November 17.—Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons,' G. Harrison, for I-Iobart Town. ' November, 19.-^-Maripos*a, schooner, "190: tons. W.- Crouchcr, for Hobart vTown,, ;with two passengers. Lii <J ■} IMPORTS., November 19.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; 2 hhds. nim, l ' h])di brandy/G. brls. whiskey, 10 bags sugar, 1 hhd. ale, 1 case sherry, 3 half cliests tea, and sundry free goods. < ^ \ ; EXPORTS. November 16.—Mary Ann, for'Ilobart Town; 45 head cattle, 235 sheep. November'17.—Macquarie, for, Ilobart ;Town; 41 h...

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