HORSE STOCK.-Mir. J. B. Kirk has cleared out for Launceston per the Swan. The object of his visit is to purchase a superior mob of horse stock in this market.-Standard. BURNs. -The best application to burns is pure flour.- A book was written twenty years ago descriptive of its efficacy. As soon as the incrus. tation which the flour formed fell off, the wounds also disappeared. In fact, it acted like a charm. THE SQUATTERS.-We learn that official infor- mation has been received by Mr. LaTrobe, stating that the New Squatting Regulations which were sent home by Sir George Gipps per General Hewitt, and which our friends both in town and country will readily recollect created so much excitement and dissatisfaction, have been approved of by Lord Stanley, and are to be put in force on the first of next July. We don't vouch positively for the truth of this statement, but we have every reason .to believe in its authenticity.-Melbourne Herald.