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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

: Central &St»aS!iavcn miuiiciiinl Cunncil. The rogular mooting of tlio abovo Counoil was hold at. tho usual place of meeting last Tnosdav, at 2.30 p.m.— Prosont: The Mavor (Aid. D. Hyain), Brerotnn, Emery and Walker.— Tho minutes of previous meeting wero road and con firmed. — Correspondence; Inwards: 1. From tho socrotary of the proposod Juvonilo Industrial Exhibition asking for the co-oporation of tlio council and supporting the project with tho in flnenco of its mombors. [Aldorman Forsyth took his seat.] 2. From tho Treasury for statistics as to : rates . collected. 3 and 4 stating , that £72 2s 2d ondowment, and £84 3s 2d special endowment . had boon placed to tho credit of tho. Council. — Petition: 1. From James Armstrong, E. Pooloy, and P. Ryan, praying for tho gravelling of tho footpath from tho bridgo where tho work was loft off. Petition received on tho motion of Aldermon Broroton and Walker for consideration later in the mooting. 2. From John Lamond, praying for. ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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The Government on the Irish Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

ITIic -nOV«rti»ac»t -»n the Si'i.sli Question. Tiie policy o£ the Govornmont on tho. Irish quostion ; is, now tlint' wo havo dono, with Mr,. Bradlaugli for a whilo,; and tho oloturo romains to bo'disoitssod, the ongrossins: subjoct of.talkors and scribos. Tlio notion of /To IIoiiso of Lords has .by' no. mqans addod to;tn^ dignity of. that august assombljr; v To - sty -tlio, least,: -it; is occontrio.V Lust ^umreorj^whon tho Land Bill | camo - up ii'onV' thb '.Cohnnons tlio Lords had,- if i not;:tho mditidnalVthroclj, at loast two rational | courso s; of p'i'Oce\lurq/ Tlio Lords might havo nccoptcd 'tlio bill, as it slood, mado of courso aii grimace, but lia'vo swallowpd it wliolo.' This woulcl havo boon a popular courso, as displaying anv onlightonod sympathy with tlio opinion o^ tho country as oxprossod by tho Lowor Houso. Tho poor would liavo boon sot down as sonsiblo mon who, howovor thoy dislikod it, accoptod tho - ' inoritablo,' and tlioir Honso vvonld havo greatly gained in pr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

Cricket.. . The roturn matoh botwoon tho Pyroo and Cam-' bownrra crickot clubs, was played at By roo on Saturday, 22nd April, and rosulted in a win for, tlio for tho formar club by .23 runs. l-or Pyroo Mr.Vj. Smith played a grand innings for 20, M r.' P. Ivoniiody coining iioxt with 19. which ho ob tained in a fqw minutes. Mossrs. R. Baxter and J. O'Connor inado 11 each bv 'ood nlav. Tho doublo figures for Cauibowanu\ woro mado | bv Mossrs.. A. : Gordou and D. lhurgato, tlio formor making 14, and tho lattor played a fino . not out innings for ,18. Appondod aio tho scoro'n : — ? - PYREE 0.0. lSTINNINnS. 2.VD l.VNISOS. P. Kennedy, run out ? 0 b Fmscr ? ? ? ? 10 J. Smith, q Gtm1ou,h lfrascv 20 vmi out ? ? 0 T. M'tfee.o Hrndie, b ]lico ? 1 bPrascr ? ? ? 1 It. Baxter, o Thunjate, b Noukes ? ? ? ? 11 o narvisou, b Gordon... 7 It. ltjiilio, b Noafccs... ? 0 b Gordon.. ? ;...... 0 T. llrodic, e Prnsor, b Gordon 1 b Gordon........ ? ;j J. O'Connor, c 'W. Gordon, b ?A. Gordon ? ? ? 11 h.o.v. ...

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Sir Henry Parkes in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

Sir Slcury TPai-foca.,. in America., v. Sib .Hemiy; Pauices arrived in Now -York''on ? the 9th:Fobiiiary. ' Ho was ' interviewed on tho. following; day by. a reporter of tho :JSew Torlc Tribune, who reported as follows : — Ho is a largo, distinguished-looking; man,, with flowing whito hair and beard, apparently ?: about GO years of ago. - His manners are thoso 1 of a pronounced ;Englishman. v In convorsation be makes .himsolfiyory agreeable, and carries ! tho subject along easily-mid : intelligently. In -speaking of New South Wales, he said; laugh- ; ingly ; I. don't -think: you pooplo 'know :-as ; much about it as you do. of othor . things, -and .you. will: ;:bo.-started '.whon;I tellvyoiiithat it is''.;the:ricbost , country in- the, world. .' With a- , population, of ; about : S00;000 wo ; last '::year,: ha'd.:taA,y surplus - reveniio,. that wo did not know, wbat'to do with, of .7,500,000 dollais.' :: Will you givo mo other statistical figiu-es ?' -...'.'.Well to begin;:witlr, Now...

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A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

A. EH. Association. Last Friday afternoon, by roquost, a spocial mooting of tho mombors of tho Agricultural and Horticultural Association of Shoalhavon, was held at tho Tomperanco Hall, Terrara, soon aftor tho hour of mooting, 3 p.m. Thoro woro upwards of one hundred mombors present. . The Prosidont, Mr. W. Lovogrovo, occupicd tho chair. .?Tho. Secretary placed in tho chairman's hands the following, which was road by tlio latter : — - . . :'.Kinm,v A. & JI. Association, ' Sir,— AtlrLst meeting of this As.sneiatinn the Httm of £Gwas voted for tho pnroliase of nmmnnition to he used in the de struction'of Jlyinfr foxes in this district, mul I nni directed to enquire whether your Association will co-opernto in this mat ter by either joimnir tho' expenditure to bo organised hero or tjiltinir separate action against foxes that iriay havo tlieir rendezvous in ydur bwri district.' ' . . .. .'I am, etc., etc., 'JASIKS SoMRUVlliKK, , ? : ::r- ?? ?., :^ 'Secretary.' .''Tho Secretary,' ...

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Education in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

BUdsicaiiuii in tlic 'SJnUctl. states.-. I Cbrtaiit tables recently ?. proparodf; ;by ;rtho National Bureau of Education, and. submitted' to tho Sonnto by Mr. Blair, of Now Hnmpshiro, oxhibit in a 'striking form tl^ illiteracy preva lent in various part of - tlio Union. . '.iAccorfling to those tablos; thoro aro in tho country 4, !)20,-.lol porsons,' ton ?yoars of ago and ovor, who cannot road, and .0,239,053' of liko'ngo who cannot writo; | Of, thoso who cannot 'writo 3,01fl,0S0 nro whites, and' of ; thoso wlio cnnnot road tlio gfoat bulk, aro J in1 tho iSoutorn /Statos.'SiThus,' thoro:. ; nro ; in i Alabama 307,279 porsons who cannot road,' in Arkansas .153, 229,. in- Goorgia 'W0,GS3,' in Ken tucky. 258, ISO, in! Louisiana: 297,312, in Mary land;] 11,387, ill-Mississippi 315. G12, in North Carolina 307,890, in South Carolina 321,780, in Tonnosso 394,385,: m Toxas 256,223, ' and: in Virginia 360,495. This lioavy, .porqontago ofi illiteracy is, of courso, oxplainod by tho absonco. u...

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HE DIDN'T TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

HE DIDN'T TAKE IT. Hb said he waB looking for a suitable holiday present for hia girl, and aftor the stationer's clerk had shown him boxes of writing paper, gilt covered volumes ofi poetry, scrap books, fanoy ink bottloe, and various other thingB, ho finally lod him up to a pile of albums, and announced : 'Now, then, hero is tho very thing_ you want. An album is a gift to be appreciated ac an Limes, tmu Liiu ginu urn »?»»)? about 'em.' 'They put photographs in cm, dont thoy 1' ' That's what they aro for. Your , be trothed will placo jour photo here in the first page,' ' Yes,' ' On tho next will bs the photograph of her noble father. Then oomos tho fond mother, followed by aunts who died of quinsy, and unoles who got killed while coon hunting. Then strings along two or three bald-headed babies Bucking Btioks of candy, and tho wholo winds up with tho pioture of the old friend of the family, who used to trot your girl on his knee when she hadn't a tooth iu her head.' ' Not by a durned ...

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A LOST OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

A LOST OPPORTUNITY. A CiiHvklandib who hod put in two weeks at tho Flats oamo down on tho boat yesterday on his way homo. Among his traps ho had (something in a box whioh olaimed considerable attention, and a man finally approaohed him and Baid : ' I see you oaught ono.' ' xea.' ' Going to tako him homo 1' ' Yes.' ? 'Was it tho lorgeat ono you saw up thoro P' ' Oh, no; this is only a young one.' ' Going to tamo him, I presume.' 'Well, I guess so.' ' Did ho bite you f' 'Bite mo? Why thoy never, bite. You know what sort of a bird that iB, | don't you F' . 'Of ooutbo I do. That's a St. Clair Flats mosquito, isn't it ?' It waa a splendid opportunity, and the temptation was great, but tho Buokeye waa a truthful man, and he sighed. heavily as ho replied : , ' N — no, sir. That is a St. Clair Elats mud hen. I didn't soo a 'skeotor ovor half as large aa this.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

£3- Meetings to lie Held. i Good Tomphir's Lodgo moots at Nowra, April 27, 1S82, nt 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

' ' , Iliawam ^ciirn KiiviR»iiou Company. = TIME TABLE. n ?. f Evorv Monday, Tuosday, and ?From Sydney. I .j,-lillay ^ghti nt n. I'roin QroonWoll'l Monday, 0 a.m. ; ?Tuosdnyj 'S Point. ( p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m. ; ; EARES ; -£n1-iig, SOs^Httituru (Cn!»lii), IBSJh'; ' T &t«ew ige, S3s-6«l. ' No Pigs or othor Livo Stook will bo convoyed . by tho stoamor leaving for Sydnoy, on T'uosday nlturnoon. E. MANNING, MansigOT. J&uglish 'feiccttislt and Australian.-.: , CHaarilere*! Hgnitlc.'1 TpilE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tho s _| future Lo conducted in tho NEW PllEr: J SES in-Kiughoru-stroet next thoPrasbj'torian . ?chuich. 110 BT. E1NLAYS0N. Managor. i Nowra, 12th January, .1881. . . ~Il. UlAJST glby, co'ivE3vrxssxo3sr i, AMI) PRODUCE AGENT, TASMANL1N JAl! ^ FRUIT UJiPOT, 92 SUSSEX-STIIEET, , _ Y D N E Y . ROBERT MEmiJOHif , . ( 'Lute Thome and Meiklf John, J- . ???;? Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, ; Between King and MarkotSfcroots, : ? .? SYDNEY. ' W. iX A L I , Gener...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

TTo Wur Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. THE Published every Tlrarsday Morniiis. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1882.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

Slioalliaveu Shipping: IntcUiecncc. EXPORTS. Por Illawarra, Captain. J. Gardo, on tlio 10th ] April, 1S82, to Sydnoy : 19!) kogs of buttor, -13 i chooses, 8 pigs, 24 ensos eggs, 1 1 coops and 7 j boxos poultry, 4 packages loathor, 12 bags j maize, 1 caso wild ducks, 1 caso tallow and sundries. To Kiama: 210 spokes, 1 balo, lot timber. To Wollongong : 1 bag maizo. Por Illawarra, Captain J. Gardo, on tho lltli April, 1882, to Sydnoy : 170 kogs buttor, 54 ohoosos, 5 baskots fish, 4 casos oggs, 2 casos honey, 5 coops poultry, 1 bag bacon, and sun dries. Por Allowrio, Captain G. 'Walker, on tho ISth April, 18S2, to Sydnoy, 07 pigs, 103 kegs buttor, C calvos, 14 coops and 3 boxes poultry, 1 1 bags mnize, 13 cases oggs, 2 parcels, 1 bag potatoos, 3 bundles skins, 2 bags bacon, 10 hides, 1 caso bacon, 1 cask tallow, and sundries. To Kiama : 28 pigs. To Wollongong : 1 cow. Por Illawarra, Captain Gardo, on tho 17th April 1882, to Sydney : 41 kogs buttor, 2 casks tallow, 9 pigs, 2 tins honoy, ...

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WEBSTER AND BURR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

WEBSTER, AND BURR. Mb. Websteb used to tell, with great zest, an incident in his professional life, to illuBtrato how past studies may prove of great service in an emergency. While practicing in New Hampshire, a black smith employed him to detend a contested; will. The case was Buch a complicated one that he was obliged to order bookB from .Boston, at an expense ot auaols., ia order to acquaint himself with and to settle the legal principles involved. He won the case, and, an the amount involved -waB email, charged lodole. for services, and was, therefore, largely out of pocket. Many yoars aftor, when passing through New York, ho was consulted by Aaron Burr. *' I have a very perplexing case,' said Mr. Burr, *' which I cannot disentangle. I know I am right but see no way of proving it in oouri,' Mr. Webster listened, and found tho prin ciples identiual with hiB early aass. lie stuted them in Huch a luminous way that Mr. Burr excitedly eaid : xiavo you ueon oouBuitea Beioro, Mr, Wobsi...

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Burrawang and West Camden Farmer's Club and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

EEisFrHivamg ;t»nl Wcwt €at!B«lcjs Ji'ar- I rner's £luli ami &gHcultairall Society. Ox Wednesdaj' .-imd Thursday ; last, tho third ?show,. in connection with tho above society,. was- ?holdiat . Burrawang, and all things considered,' ; may'bo.said to.have been fairly .successful. ; .; On tho first day tho attendaucd reached; about 800, and ;on tlio second day fully 1500 ;;woro , present, amongst whom W'cro-a.largo sprinkling [of„,;, ladios. Bosidos tho 'exhibits ? thoro1- woro a number; of ? side-shows, ; otoi, on tho :ground ?;'v'-;Tlie.iakings at tho : ontranco; gates on both ?days; amounted to £o7, which is a vorysatisfac - tdiy .auioun t considering tho number of mom kbers:; entitled ; to; family tickets. - Mr. Thoinas; Seoiy,' tho; obliging and enorgotic socrotary, and sovorai memoers ot. committco. wero untiring in -their - ofEorts, to; 'convonionco.-tho- ipublic, and rbring.jthe show to a successful. tei-mination.' ? ; ? ' ?Mr.; . Tamos Elliott and Mr. . Tamos Cullon h...

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Miscellaneous. A GENEROUS COMRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

[?] A GENEROUS COMRADE. ? Overcome with strong drink, two men foil into a wrangle, on tho wharf, and 'thonoe into n fight; and thoy woro fighting savagely, nnd tho wharfinger had just drawn his kuit'o— when two policemen camo upon tho sceno. Tne sailor surrendered to tho ofllccrs.of tho law without opposition ; but not so tho other; thoy had to fairly knock him down to avo.d his knife. Rum had mado him crazy, Tho two mon wero locked up, and on tho following day brought up for judgment. ?The judge head tho caso, and aftor listen ing to all tho pros and cons, as givon by tho by-standors, whom tho oilicershad brought up, and by the offieorB themselves — ho was ready to administer judgmont. 'lo tho eailor he gavo a sharp roprimand, and put him on probation, allowing.him to go about his business, his captain becoming surety for hiB good bohaviour daring the remainder of his stay in port. Tho wharfinger, whoso offence was far morn irnivo. in that, ho had drawn n. flnrtfll V weapon, and ha...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Darling Harbour Proposed Railway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

[?] ?Flic IDni-Bius' iitt«rJ-usiv a»j'op«!setJ Miiilivny JlSxleiwion. . In a leading articlo iu tho Daily Telegraph of tho 17th instant, in commenting on Mr. W. Frasor: Martin's viow of this (iuestion; ':that journal says:— , ' 'It soems to us that, tho Govornmont. aro not. justifiod in going on with tho Pyrmont oxtonsion'; : till* thefy. havo thoroughly ; considorod .tlio caso as ^tiVby.'Mr.VMartin;*«.','Ho.iih(-ldlyJi.'ohaUougo8.-tlio- Govornmont to - purchaso . for s two .millions tho. yoryVland- .which tho Dopartmont j .ostimatos to,i cost fvom oight to twolvo millions. Suoli a' chal- lenge caunot bo .allowed to vpass unnoticod. . , If: it cansbojshown tliafc'Mr. Jlarhn doos not know ' what ho,is . talking about, lets liim takoitlioxon sotpioncos ofihis tomority ; but if it should tran spiro that tho olTlcors of tlio Eailway Dopartment aro so radically wrong 'in thoir - ostimato :of the ivalue of tho land, what rolianco is to bo placed; I iupoii- their othor ostimatos P'.This is...

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WHITE SLATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

WHITE SLATES. A oeiiman, named Sohmidt, has patented a sohool elate whioh conaieto essentially ol a stiff piece of white oardboard, covered with artificial or paper parchment prepared by tho notion of Balphnrio aoid upon unsized paper. They are sot in the ordinary wooden frame, and furnish a cheap and indestructible slate, xlie ordinary size sells lor ,1U pten-. oigs (71 cents). He also makes a peouliar kind ot iuk for use with these elates, called ' children's ink ' (Kinder tint c). It is made of harmless mineral ooloura and a solution ol dextrine, and has an advantage over common ink, that the blots whioh ohil dren arc sure to make can bo easily washed out with cold water. The same ulato oan also be used io write on with ordinary ink or lead pencil, aud both washed off With a moistened sponge. When tho slates are iatandod for n»e with lead pencils they aro coated with water glass, whioh permits of writing upon ihe slate immediately after washing and while still wet. If in the ooar...

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A KEEN THRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

A KEEN THRUST, As illutBrating the universal homago paid to wealth, a good story comes to ub of two Toledo ladies, who met upon a recent scoial ocoaBion. Thoy had been in tha habit ol mooting upon the same ooaaaion for several years apd — passing on. This timo thoy met and obatted mo^t affably. Said number one to number two : ' How well yon are looking, Mrs. Blank. I think I have never seen yon loon so well.' ' Oh, yss,' said lady num ber two, ' but I think I shall bo better look ing next year if my husband's inoome keeps on inoreasing. Rioh ladies are always hand sorno.' And Bho Bpoke bo laughingly that it was not until, she hud passed on that the very complimentary lady was fully awaro of, the implied rebuke. — Toledo Journal,

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Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

: JSSe'ssrs. ifisaawy ami Co VMejport. . Fat Cnttlo.- -Thero was a full supply at tho Tarda last Wednesday ; 'best quality brought 18/ 1 'por 100 lbs: second class from 15/ to 1G/. . AVe ?disposed of 52 head on account of Messrs. Ryan ?and Crooppor at from £2 13/ to ,1'4 0/ ; for cows -and half-conditional bullocks at £'4. Tho mar ket continues firm for good quality ; lnforior is a shade easier. Store Cattlo. — Owing to tlio stato of tho feed, huycrs are oporating cautiously. : About. GO pons woro -oilbred .oir Wednesday, only n sinall propnition of 'which wore suitablo for fattening, purposes ; tlio bulk woro low-conditionod cows '» nd young cattlo, 'which 'brought lower - rates than on tho provious wcolc. Wo disposod of 210 head on account ol Messrs. Claucey, Ryan, StuelP)', Do Laurot, and Boor ; half fat cows ?brought up to '-10/; low-conditional, from 14/ to 21/d: young bullocks, from 39/ to 51/ ; young hoifors and istoors, for -.l 7/6: to 10/. Wo also -disposod of 154 s.oro . b...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

ComBMcrcaal iDateSla^citce. South Const West C!»iuilcii Cu oiicralivc €»iuii:niy (JEiiaiitctl). ?1 Sydney Makket Pkices. Bolow wo give general quotations. £ s. d. £ s. cl. Butter, bo^t, per lb . . 0*1 !! to 0 1 G 'Ditto, seconds ditto. . 0 0 K ,, 0 10 Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 7 „ 0 0 S Ditto houvy and tough 0 0 3,, 00 . 7 Olieoso, ditto ? 0 0 G ,. 0 O'SA Ditto 2nd and inferior 0 0 o ,, 0 0 7 lJigs, alivo, ? 0 15 0 ,, 2 10 0 'Calves, ditto ? 0 5 0 ,, 1 50 Hides, each ? 0 10 0 „ 1 5 0 Calfskins, each ? 0 I G ,, 0-1 6 ? Tallow, per ton .... 22 . 0 0 „ 27 0 0 Maize, per bushel . 0 5 0 „ 0 5 3 Wheat, por bushol . . 0 5 G ,, 0 5 0 Barloy, (English) ..0-10 ,, 0 4 0 Ditto, (Capo) ditto . . 0 4 9 „ 0 4 !) Oats, ditto ? 0 4 0 „ 0 4 0 Hay (oaton) por ton.. 10 0 0 ,,12 0 0 Ditto (lucorno) ditto., GOO,, 7 0 o Potatoos ditto .- ? G 0 0 ,, 7.0 0 Fowls, por pair' ? 0 2 6 ,, 0 30 Ducks, ditto ? 0 ;S 0 ,, 0 3 (1 Gcoso, ditto ? ? ? ? 0 G 0 „ 0 7 (' Turkeys, ditto ? 0 G 0 ,, 0 14 G 30ggs, per dqzon ? 023 ,, ...

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