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SYDNEY STREET CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

SYDNEY STREET CHARAOTERS. That fcrlorn individual^ who drags out a miserable existence by howling *' prawns' about our public thoroughfares is certainly deserving of special notice. Misanthrope iB written in overy line of his features. The crowded city, teeming with a population 'animated with aims, hopes, and occupations rtf (no mnfit ninaraa AriornMt/iM !-»*» -t*»* ^«A ui iuv buwub xAivv*--n uuainvicii Uiln UUli UUt7 aspect for him — tbat of a world, in most instances, stolidly indifferent to the attrac tions of bis prawn basket. Slowly he paces down the street, casting cynical glances in all dirpctious, while bis hoarse cries go off like minute guns. Casual by standers he accosts by introducing his basket in close proximity to their face, and sbbuting his war cry ie a startling and un comfortable manner. Occasionally he en counters a drunken man, prostrate on the pavement, and craving feebly for 'more beer ' or ' 'nother nobbier.' Him the prawn man also, accosts, bawling his ' p-...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT IN HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

JPATAL ACCIDENT IN .HOBSON/^ BAY. One of the most^aistressing accidents that has ocourrod in' this port for several years past (says the Melbourne Aj/e) took place on Saturday, and resulted in the loss of rive lives. ?Between 6 and 7-o'clock in the morning, a party consisting ofMr. E. N. Oonradi, a stevedore, his two sons, aged six and eight 'years, a man named Robert Lancaster (who was in Conradi's employ), and Mr. O. E. Percy, a Church of 'England schoolmaster,' left Williams town in a large' decked ' boat, the Olutha; and went some two or three miles down the Bay to fish. The wind ' blew' all day from the north, and occasionally there were heavy gusts, which were some what dangerous to boats under' sail. The excursionists passed the lightship and went round to the fishing ground at tne south of wuiiamstown about a mile from the Botan ' ical Gardens. About 2 o'clock in the afternoon they were in company with another fishing boat, belonging to a man named Elliott. Observing a squal...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PEABODY AND THE POOR OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

MB. PEABODY AJJD THE POOE OE k LONDON. ;???...? Mb. PeAbody has- addressed .the following letter to his Trus'ees :— ?«? London, December 5i 1868. My Lord' and Gentlemen,— I beg to acquaint you who have so kindly under-; t'akeu the management of the fund set apart: under my second deed of gift of the 19th of April, 1866, for the benefit of tbe poor of London and its vicinity, that in pursuance ol ??w. an1 intention which I have entertained since tbe creation of that fund, I am desirous flow of ttfaing to it a further' sam 1 of £100,000. In contemplation of this I purchased about tbree years ago a ' tract of freehold building land of about fifteen acres in extent at Brix tbn.tiear ifceCity of London School, easily accessible, and within a few minutes' walk of ' frequent trains to and from London. This land has increased in value, and can now be let on 'building leases of eighty years/ at rents producing about 8 per cent, per annum on the cost, which is £16;285 Ifs. 3d. This laud I pro...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

WEW ZEALAND. Br the arrival of the Egmont steamer, wo have papers to the 13th February from Wellington. A slight shock of earthquake was experienced there at. a few minutes past 10 on tho morning of the 11th. It lasted ; about 30 seconds, and tho vibration seemed to travel in a 1 northwesterly direction. . iXhe .Wanganui papers appear to be very much annoyed that Colonel Whitmore did not succeed in capturing Tito kowaru as well as his pa. The Wangamd Clwonicle of the Cth ultimo says:— 'On Thursday Colonel Whitmore, with the Arawos and a detachment of the mounted constabulary, made a careful reconnoisanoe. The ArawaE threaded their way by one track and the mounted men by another— both of them very steep and difficult— and met together on the top of the spur .?opposite Wereroa pa, where the skirmish of the previous day had taken place. Not. a native was to be seen. The party moved along until they came to where the spur ter minate in a sheer precipice, from which they had a view ? of ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORDER OF KNIGHTHOOD IS THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

ORDES OF KNTGHTHOOD Itf THE COLONIES. A despatch was received by the last mail from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, stating that her Majesty has been graciously pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood upon the Hon. James Martin, ex-Premier of this colony, and upon the Hon. Terence Aubrey . Murray, President of the legislative Council. It has been also notified to his Excellency, in the same despatch, that the Hon. Charles Cowper and Mr. J. - B. Dirvell (formerly Atterney-General of this colony), have both been' created, by h°r Majesty's command, Companions of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George. We are given to understand that the honour of Knighthood has been conferred upon Mr. Murray at tbe express recommendation of his Excellency Sir John Young, made before be left this colony. The patents are all to he forwarded from the Home Office, as soon as the necessary formalities shall have been complied witb. These advancements of Messrs. Martin and Mur...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PARKES AND MR. W. D. L. MURRAY. (To the Editor of the Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

ME. PAEKES AtfD WtE. W. Dl.i. MURRAY. ( To the Editor of the Evening News.) Sir, — Surrounded by the privileges of Par liament,— aware that in putting foiward a statement of a malicious, untruthful, and libeious character from bis place within the Legislativo Chamber, be is protected from the punishment a court of justice woul.i award any scoundrel capable of vilifying his neigh bour—Mr. Parkes thought proper last even ing in tbe moet infemous (ntnner to drag before the Dublic of this colony domestic mis fortunes of a peculiarly distressing character having reference to myself, and to give pro minence toprocee^ings that were taken against rne in another colony, which resulted when I: had passed the fiery ordeal of j'wiii-'pblice-ofHce examinatibn8 s*nd three Supreme Court trials, in a maimer: that left not a taint or blemish upon my honour. Permit roe to ask you, distressing a« it is to my. feelings to be thus compelled to re-open the wounds that time was aerVing' to heal, to afforJ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FALL OF A HOUSE IN GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

FALL OF A HOUSE IN GEORGB-STSEET, SYDNEY. At a few miuntes to 12 o olook, on Monday morning, February 22, the floor over the shop occupied by Mr. R. Thome, grooer, of George-street, opposite the Markets, fell with a great crash, and buried several persons beneath the ruins, but fortunately all were got out alive. No sooner bad the 'floor fallen in than a large number of persons were attracted to the spot, and those set earnestly to work to remove the debris and release the persons who were -buried beneath. Ai the time of the occurrence Mr. Thame was in the office engaged with Dr. Anderson, of the South Head Road; and in the shop were Mr. Moses, of Windsor ; Mr. Robinson, collector for Messrs. Lent-month. Dick* insbn, and Co. ; and Mr. Thame's assistants, named Lucas.'Pepper, and Whitehead. Two others, named Grimwood and Franklin, were bImo about the premises. Mr. Walter Bradley, the auctioneer, and Mr. R. Brownlow, the owner of the premises, had just left the shop, as abo a young wo...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MURRAY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 5 March 1869

MR. MURRAY'S LETTER. We perhaps owe an apology to Mr. Murray for referring to his letter published in last Wednes day's Evening News, refuting the scandalous attack on that gentleman made from his place in Parliament by Mr. Parkes, .under the shelter of privileges as a representative of the people — privi- leges conferred for the purpose of protecting those who hold that important position from the conse quences of fearlessly upholding the public interest, but not for the purpose of ripping open the wound inflicted on an iniured man hv a worthless and profligate woman, and certainly not for the pur pose of enabling a member of Parliament to wreak ?his vengeance by publishing garbled and satanicaliy selected passages from a newspaper report for the -express purpose of damaging one who merely dis charged the most undoubted rights of citizenship, by assisting to expose a disgraceful plot got up by interested and duly rewarded person?, who were encouraged in the congenial business such ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE SELECTION AT TARRABANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

FREE SELECTION AT TABRAJJA1TDBA. At the Gundagai District Court last week, be fore Judge Francis, — Joseph Brookes v. James McEvoy. This was an aotion far trespass on laud ; damages laid at £200. Mr. Forbes, instructed by Mr. Robertson, for plaintiff; Mr. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Perkins, for defendant. The defence was — First, not guilty, and second, that the land specified was not plain tiff's as alleged. After hearing evidence, the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for £50. William M. Sounders v. James McEvoy ; trespass on land, £200. This was a similar case to the proceeding. Mr. Forbes, instructed by Mr. Robertson, for plaintiff; Mr. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Perking, for defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, £150. Horlow v. McEvoy. This was another action for trespass on land, brought by the plaintiff, who is a free selector at Tarraban dra, against defendant ; damages £200. Mr. Forbes, instructed by Mr. Robertson, tor plaintiff; Mr. Stephen, assisted by Mr. Per kins, for d...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CATTLE STEALING. On Wednesday, tbe 3rd February, Thomas, H. Thompson, described as a squatter of con* siderable means, was indicted at the Quarter Sessions, Port Macqnarie, for stealing sis cows, the property of William Rowe, and tried before Judge Meymott. The prisoner was de fended by Mr. Thurlow. The first witness called was *enior.eonsta. ble Bennett who deposed to the arrest of the prisoner. John M'Intyre deposed: I have known prisoner about eight years ; he has had the run near na for about that time ; I believe he lived at Boat Harbour previously ; the prison, er'a run is very swampy and boggy ; there is a creek in the front, and a swamp at the back ; from tbe Macleay you would have to cross a river ; I don't think cattle would cross ; I only knew one to cross before prisoner came there; prisoner acknowledges his brand tobe T on the rump, T on the libs, and T on the neck; he cuts the ear off, for an earmark.; I have often aaked him how he came to have«o ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

DISEASES OF- THE HORSE'S FOOT. A LECTURE was delivered in the Agricultural Society's Koeras, Lyons-buildings, George street, by Mr. JPaitte, on di8eBse8 of the feet of norses. The diseases which were dwelt upon by him' were three :— thrush or thrash, canker, aiidgreaBe. The firs:, thrush, was characterised by the lecturer as being of a fungoid nature,: and pJ im,*8Vjng the property, when it got a hold, of ej-reading and repro ducing itself. The seat of this disease was *aid jo be in'the cleft of the frog of the foot, and some of its peculiarities were its fetid smel), and its jiow^rs of corroding away. The fungoid* was' de6fcribed as' being of a fragile and soft nature, only to be observed in. iome tasesby the aid'of a microscope, and that the seat ;of the disease was in the sensible frog. Some of the characteristics by which this dii «we nay be known to exist are the smell, the foot of the outer frog being destroyed and decayed, and the discharge of a creamy icbor ona substance of ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREVENTION OF DISEASES IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

PREVENTION OF DISEASES IN CATTLE. J HE following w a bill introduced into the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Forster to continue and amend the Cattle Diseases' Prevention Act: — Whereas tbe Cattle Diseases Prevention Act of 1866 will expire with tbe present session of Parliament and it is nxDedieut to continue the said Act amended as herein after provided for a further period of B« it theref-ire enacted by tbe Queen's Most' Excellent Majasty by and with the advice and consent of tha Legislntive Council and L»gJ8lative A«SBmbly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same an follows:— 1. The Act 30 Victoria No. 11 intituled the Caule Diseases Prevention Act of 1866 is hereby re-enacted and continued for the period of from the day of the expira tion thereof subject however to the provisos hereinafter contained with rmpoct to tbe placing of imported cattle in quarantine. 2. The disease known as Texan Fever shall be dealt with as a disease within tbe operatio...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASES IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

? .* ?'' BISEASES'IN SHEER ' : The followiog is r a biir to amend thP Diseases in Sheep , Act of 1866, introduced into the Legislative ? AeBembly by Mr^ ??; %be?eas it is i ?feVpYillin4;-tjbkt';tlje~ 6iiibAaB, in flbeep knowp . as catarrji' or influenza should be dealt with! under stbe provisions of tbe Disease ia Sheep' Act1 of' 1866. Be it therefore enacted bv the Qoeen'a Most Excellent Majesty byand w|th' tbe advice and consent of the Legislative Council anil Legislative Assembly «f New Sou tht Wale Ui Parliament assembled arid by the au ^ority of tWflameaB follows :-.- 1. Tlie! bnrepealsd portion of : the, Act seventeen ViptorJft number twenty-seven and tbe twenty-sixth and seventieth sections of the Diseases in Sheep Act of 1866 thirty Victoria number «ixteen4rehereby repealed. :^.!'$fltjl^ftp;;:jtbX'*^pHpiif and pro visionp hereinafter i declared the provisions of ;%he iaid 'Diseaiesin^S shall 4»e applied Carried out and enforced iu, respect of. sbeepjpfected witb.xjatarrh or ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The weekly wool sales passed off with much spirit. There was brisk competition for good wools, and one.parcel ot«i perior scoured realised 22£L, the highest pnoe obtained, at public sales this season. About «S0 weie catalogued, of which more than three-fourths changed bands atlaterates. Iewin and Tuekeb.-MJVT, 9 fleece IIMjK, «£«««£ at 16d, 7 ditto (Srds and locks) *t Slid ; MorbeUa, wUt U0, and 20 bales in small lots. ? lots sheepskins orougt ZJd,** ^awsi^iw JONES.-WJ. 22 fleece at»d, 81 greasy t J broken at 2d to *W» ML&Oo, 89 fleece at 184d, - *t ? m* todtam^a,T5 neeoe at 8a, I^at3*a,£x*ttt and 17 odd bales. 8 heipsUns -realised ?£$?? „. -j. . Moet and Co.— AN, 6 fleece at I2jd j MM,« greasy 6W i JDW, 7 at5id J,48flee(»atl^,^ieoesat7ffli;^,a6 scoured at 22Jd, 4 inferior at liSi; TN, 16 at MM; MP, U fle«i at lOJd- C over B, 15 at 12M, locks at H. and 46* $5£ to S^SEtol' SheepslSns realised, 2*4. to ' 0$ ^chIeds™ a-p W«mm.-« «f «f , f greasy jtf; HB in di...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD-MINING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

GdLD^MlNUfa IN VfOTOEI A. It is more than probable that tbe reports periodically furnished by the various mining surveyors and registrars in the gold-mining districts of this country do not meet with so large an amount of public attention* as (bey deserve.' They are not, it is true, either strictly accurate as to their statistics, or complete as io their facts— conditions that dan hardly be expected in documents compiled ' from in ormation obtained from gold buyers and others.' Still they are pretty fair appro*imation8tothe.trutb»:and . afford us the best kflbwledge'pf Jtbpjcoiiptrj'a greatest industry, , giving; us at s&me' time facilities not otherwise obtainable for ? com paring and estimating the valne nnd in fluence of mining enterprise, ^bic|^haye done ep much tqwajdjmftking the fortube and reputation bf VicioMa^ jA gleooe _at tbelast of tbeso official jiublicationsjltrbich reviews the events of the quarter Ending . with the month ot Septeoiber last, sbowS that the pro...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

SYDNEY STOCK MEPORTT Oot.dsbeouoh, Bdet, anb Co.— Fat Cattle: Extremely ?fihort supply, prices firm at last week's rates [ all tUe cattle wnungforwarS are in second hands, being bougbt up out side, so long as this practice continues there is no hope ofa; regular niafket or a steady supply; best beef 22« 6d per, lOOlbs. Fat Sheep : A very full supply, and puces nave riven wav fully Is to isfld on bestqaaUv, whilst low cUss: fheeparediUOfBule. We quote best wedden) Its 6d to 9s; 3 ^fiality 7s. We have sold this week.SOO (Sotoley's) ; «s id ; 4U0 ewes (Christian's) 7s 3d to 7s 9d ; 300 weddere 8a to 9s; and 500 (Jenkins1) 5s. fat Lambs: ttavefloldwell thia week, one sale about 100 from 8s .6d to 129.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE LEGISLATURE AND THE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

THE LEGISLATIVE AND TUB GOLD FIELDS. At last tbe silence so long observed in Par- ' liament, respecting the state of tbe gold fields, of the country, is broken. Thanks to Mr. J. Suttor, an event happened which has not occurred for some years. A debate has taken place in tbe Assembly, occupying, as we fudge by tbe report, fully an hoar, in wbioh two members of tbe Crown and an ex-Secretary for Lands took part, andr will our readers credit it — actually twenty-, four members were got together, and voted: oo the subject; under discussion. Of course, the gold miners feel elated at this unloosed tor and promising erect. As one of the few organs which represent that somewhat unfashionable and almost forgotten class, we confess to feeling no little pride at tbe bonor accorded and notice . given. When people have been snubbed and neglected for ft long time tbey naturally welcome, tbe patronage ana condescension they conceive their due. * Certainly, an hour's time in the Assembly once in som...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

vnj.nnrrs.NE stock report. DAi.MA»ey CAMruEM-ANB Co.— Be* beef, »7s«dpet m Ids. : (Wib. wethers, 12s each. Among others we sold 49 bullocks, prime and heavy weights, tor Mr. James Tyson, Hay field, -Gippsland, at from £10 5s to £182s6d, averaging U12 2s 6a .per head ; 15« for Mr. W. Pearson, fromKilmany: Park, atfi-om £7 12s 6d to £11, averaging £8 13s 4d per head ; jOcows and bullooks for Mr. Pearson, at £7 U» 9d. We uuote best bullocks from £11 to £18 2s 6d, second £8 to JB10, and inferior £5 to £8. We sold (outside) ^i ewes for Messrs. 'Severne Brothers, Bendock Station, at «s.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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LINES. SUGGESTED ON BEHOLDING AN ENGRAVING OF THE ROCK OF CASHEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

. LINES, SUGGESTED ON' BEHOLDING AN ENGRAVING OF THE HOOK OF CASHEL.* Eibb't old ruins! how oft among . Thy mazy windings I have played j Full oft-.in youthful days by-gone, ? '. To Haskins.f I, my penny paid. Tby hallowed walls contain no spot ; Which mem'ry has, ae yet, forgot. I see thy lofty turrets here, Appealing so to every sense, tfhat manhood fain would drop a tear O'er school-boy days of innocence — O'er days when Heaven sent no care, When peace and joy reigned everywhere. Time-honoured pile! could I but sing Thy story of a thousand years, When Cullinau, thy Bishop-King,? , {Surrounded by his holy -fleers) Bade tbe Bretons, in thy hall, Dispense the laws aright to all. Or when the chiefs around Boru, : In thousands thronged, and longing, -stayed ! To do him homage, justly due, . As cheerfully and nobly paid Ay, nobly paid by men as good As ever dyed a -sword -in blood. : O'Halloran, Nugent, O'Brien, .. O'Eourke, O'Grady, and O'Keefe, ' O'Sullivan.O'Shea, O'Eyan, And O'Neil...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 12 March 1869

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Fowls 3s to 2s 3d, duoks 2s to 3s, geese 5s to is Od, turkeys ?5s to 8s, rabbits 2s 6d to 3s, and pigeons Is to Is 3d per couple. Boasting pigs, 4s to 6s each. Butter »d to Is, lard 6d to 7d, cheese 6d to 7d, and baconJTd told per Ib. Eggs, 9d to l«d per dozen. Onus and lucerne hay 3s, oaten Ss «d per cwt. ; straw, 3s. Mai wSs 9d, oats 3s 6d. and barley Ss Jer bushel. Bark, 3s Pd to 4s per cwt. Cabjfomian flour [Golden Age and National Mills) is advertised ot 6s 3d per 501b. bag. Colonial best flour, £10 to £12 10s per ton. 'Wheat, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel. Newpotatos6sto8s;6nions 4S to « i per owt. Oranges «b to 6s, lemons 16s to 18s, pears art apples 4a to 10s, passion fruit 4s to 8s, peaches 2s 6d to 10s, andftuinces Sato 5s per case; grapes, 3d to 3d per 1b.

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