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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

d CAPE, OF GOOD HOPE. It The.South Australian Register Is indebted .,to a passenger per the brigantine Mathilde, el hich arrived in Port Adelaide on tbo 21st i, frat., bringing news from the Cape Colony to th I th September, for the following items et of alfrmatien:- Ti.e Cape Colony has suffered severely from. heavy leases nuntained on its reoent wool aldpmnents to the home markets. Five Sloading firms in the eastern and western It districts of the Cape were said alone to have s divided among them a loss amount?ng in the o aggregate to one million sterling. Very n grave apprehensions weore ortertained of a if general crisis and heavy commercial failures. On. the Soptl, African Diamond-flelds, owing to tinte depreciation in price to the extent of some 30 per cent. of the inferior descriptions of diamonds, which conelituto rome 99 per cent, of the total production of stones, a complete collapse tool occurred in a the diamond digging industry. Wages for 3 mechanics, sucts as carpenter...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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MELBOURNE. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

MELBOURN E. (IROM OUR OWN OROBnOPONDENT.) d October 31. 0 One of the freely discussed topics to-day has been the inopportune silence observed by our advisers in Europe in regard to our prospects of war. We are informed by cable that there has been a panic upon the Stock t F"change, and that Itussian securities have t fallen, but with the exception of a bit of news ria Torres Straits that Austro-Hungary lias assumed a belligerent attitude and has forwarded to Russia Its ultimatum. We are a utterly unable to appreciate the direction in e which the war clouds are full almost to bursting. No doubt Itenter's agents, accus. if tomed as they are to telegraph from day to day important items, are und the impres. a. sion that we are fully Ized of the march n of clrcumstances and hlave entirely forgotten Sthat this inslgnlflicant quarter of the globe uosesses stammering cable whloh only mperfectly conveys information at - eeal - atonal intervals. But our loss is none the less keenoly felt beca...

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THE NOVELIST. THE DAY OF MY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

THE NOVELIST. . THE:DAY OF MY DEATH. (aTr TtlS AUTIn orF " OATEt AJAR.I") AM?&iAsWe n sitting on n inbnidbox. Sihe had generally been sittinag on it bandbox for three weeks,'-or' on 'a bushel.basket, or a. cupboard shelf, or a pile'of old newspapers, or the baby's bath-tubti.' On one occasion it was theu baby himself. She mistook him for the rag.bag. If ever we inhad to move again, which all the beneficence of the Penates" forbid !-my wife should be locked into the parlour, and a cargo of Irishwomen turned loose nsout the premises to ' attend to things.' Whlat it is that women, find to do with them- t selves in this world I have never yet discovered. ' Tlhey are always ' at tending to thinigs.' Wlhitevcr tlihat tI may mean,-.1lhave long ngo received it as the only solution at my command of * their superfluinous wear and tent, and worry and flurrvy and teolas nld lne vesn nthýgatthes.:; A-fellow miy sluggest Jane, and obtriud Bridget, and hiroe Peggy, anld run in debt for Mif...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF. PORTLAND., November I-Julia 'ercy,ateamer50O tons, C-pt. Andrews, front Melblourne. via Delfast and Warrnambel, Sbloonn-Mrs. D.' H. Allan, Mrs. Leslie Ogilrv. Mrs. Tranter, Mrs. lSwan, Mra, Wilson, Minens Bonney and la'irie, Mesora. J. A. Sith, RI. Davls, Swan, '.t. E. Btwllinon, Shaw, Perkins, o?:e., E. Vanstan, R. Thorpe, and 47 in the steerage. Croaker. Scott and Co., agents. October 31-Otway, steamer, 476 tons, Captaln Th.mpson, from Melbourne via 'arrnambool and Ielfast. Saloon.-Miss Annie O'Keefe. Miss Bland, Mrs. A. C. Eddington, Mr. Jacomb, Mr. James, and 29 in the steerage. SAILED. NoV. S9-Otway, str., Melbourne. 'Nov. 8rd-Julia Percy, steamer. 50 ons, Cap. Andrewr. for Melbourne rite Belf'ast and'Warrnamboot. Saloon— Messrs T.D. Clark, J. Casaen, McPherson, W. Kay, Jeffrey, Hoakin, Rocrle, McKenzie. Murray, Connell, Baker, E. Henty, A. Fawthrop, D. Cameron, G. Tulloi, T. McConachy, Capt. Clarke, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Cameron, Misses. .Lillie, Hardie, Ford, C...

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PORTLAND POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. (Before P. W. Shevill, Esq., J.P., and J. Lee Archer, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

PORTLAND POLICE COURT.   WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10.   (Before P. W. Shevll,;Eeq., J.P., and J Lee Archer, Esq., J.P.) John. O'Brien v. Sticken, claim for £2 9s. e.a.; goods sold aqd delivered. Thee being no appearance, the case wae dlsmised. ;Honoa O'Neil charged her son with lunacy; alo :witih .using threatening and abusive lauguage. Honora O'Nell, sworn; deposed that she was afraid of her son;s he had. threatened to take Aser life and toput a rope round her neck; alao.to burn the place down. The defendant, being asked to reply to the chage, repudiated i. in away that left no doubt on he minds of the magistrates of the justlice of the tIharge. . The defendant was fined £5; In default, roe months' Imprisonment in I. M. Gaol.

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 3 November 1876

TABLE TALK. LAbtEa' CnoQUrre Cl.n.-Ilembera and those who wish to join, are requested to meet at the lawn, lotanical Gardens, to morrow at 3.30 p.m. MouNr R oTt-MOan AND DAnrTOORn We learn, with regret, thot 3Bishop Thorn ton Iha been so prostrated by illness that he was unable to meet his onggaements at Mount Richmond on iMonday last, and Dartmoor on Wednesday. The Incum bent of St. Stephen's attended both places and explained the Blshop's absence. We expect to have a full report of the pro. ceedings at both places in the next issue of tie Gusrdian. HAMILTON FRIENDLY SOCIETIES FETE. -The following acceptances have been received :-Cup.- W. J. Millerd, T. Thorne, W. Monie, C. Cooke, a Sault, W. Bradford, E. Gough, R. Tedres. G. Boyle, G. Turner, J. Ralston, H. M'Kinnon, A. T. Chandler, E. W. Smith, J. Mallison, E. F. Kirby, J. Lamphier, E. Norton. Hurdles.-C. H. McLennan, A. Hanlon, W. J. Millerd, W. Bradford, H. McKinnon, G. Boyle. A. Cameron, E. Norton. T. D. Gregory, A. T. Chandle...

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GENERAL SIR ARTHUR COTTON ON CANALS v. RAILWAYS. "Of all studies study your present condition." (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

GENERAL SIR ARtTIIURUOTTON ON CANALS v. RAILWAYS. ' Of all studie studJy you prsent condilion. (To the Editor.of the Ti .) Sir,-In 'i lotter tdi you a fo days ago, Mr. Da Costa asks a question! bout the reromunerativeness of public workd in India. One side of this question hlsa bdu sltated by all the epoekord in the IndiA iBudget debate. I cannot but thIflr thlatyou will allow your readers to have the 'olther aide of a matter so wholly vital and eesistial in the mnagemoent of India. Is India to be leoft in its present un implovod slate, so utterly disgraceoful to us as rulers, na respects material improve ment, or is to be supplied with those publio works which make difference between savage and civilized nations? If this is not a question which ought' to be really and fairly discussed, what is ? Cuo taiuly, 1000 millions have been spent in roude, rivers, canals, railways, harbours, bridges, &o., in England, about ono.otnth the osze of India. Allowing for the difforouce of t...

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THE FRANCIS HENTY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

THEFRALNCISB ENTY OUP The fi?st event of the contest to de cide the winner of the cup presented by Mr, F. lenty, came off on Satur day last at the South Portland Butts. The weather was oppressive and hot, and a dazzling mirage proved a serious obstaoole to really good shooting, so much so that the average scores, as roe corded below, are by no moans up to those of ordinary practions. The fol lowing is the o!t?oial record of the pro oeedings - SCORES MADE IN THE FIRST COMPETITION FOR TIIE CUP PRESENTED BY F. IIENTY, ESQ., SEVEN SHOTS AT EACH RANGE. Names. 0 0 .? IIdp 0 ot. Serg. II. Hayward 27 19 22 B. ea Or. R. Trickey ... 23 I1 t1 6G Sergt. F. W. Stokes 27- 18 t0 S. 04 Corpl. It. Edric .. 21 22 rl6 3 62 Or. J. Johnstone ... 23 11 12 . 46 Lieut. , . Viu ... 26 9 8. 3 46 (r.F. Row... 2... 2 10 10 8 . 44 (r. It. French *,. 24 7 8 3 42 icr. G. Fillay,(jr.) 21 11 7 3 42 Corpl. C. Flysn ... 21 7 7 5. 21 Or. T. Tsylor *, 14 6 4 0 32 Gr, J. Pbhillip ... 21 0o* 9 30 Gr. T. Wl'Kay ... 17 4 2...

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HEYWOOD. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

HEYWOOD. S(ao ownva own cowirEsoPoDENo .) S ' October a. 1 The Improvlng prospeoto o4 AtI otownship $qd itt iirogreso In a 'geneial way ive tme greater scope as agossip-writer now than was vouchsafed me some six months ago, and Itboughl I cannot guarantee an interesting budget every week, I can promise a sort of fl/a podrida at least once a fortnight. First and foremost, as far as our stores are concerned, Mr. Sklpworth has deserted us 1t m tle Post.oflice Store, and Mr. Itosen bloom again relgns euprerte,- not because 1 Mr. Skipworth did not succeed in his venture, but becaqse lie could never properly reconclle Shilmself to Victorian surroundings after a f long connexiou with those of South Australia. SThere is plenty of business here for two , ood stores, and It is matter for regret' that only one should be for tihe present exlstoet. Ttie gap in the Post-ofilce Store. iha been temporarily filled by a gentleman the practice oft whqu profession, notwitlwstodlng its v=elty In tlicsoe...

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BOLWARRA WOOL-SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

BOL?wV4RA WOOL.SCOURItNG S 8'TA 15SI"llS tlENT. Three miles east of the railway line to Ararat and Melbourne, about seven miles from Portland, oine from Heywood, and three from Narrawoug, immediately under Mount Struas, a spur of Mount Clay, lies r the Bolwarra wool-soouring establishment f of, MIr. Jaomes Schofield, and there is pro bably no other erection in the colony which has better or more,complete appli. I ances for preparing wool properly for the Melbourne orLondou markets. The prin cipal work is performed in a stone. and lime saled, riewly'tlilt, 50 by 50 feet; with iron roef, and furnished with spouts, floors, and skylights, and where ill the different processes of sorting, soourin, ;e ilnd washing the staple are conductol . 'Ile hot water for the preliminary process of scouring, the first operation, is auppliedl by a boiler of 1000 gallones, the scouring finished, the wool is turned over tea lower fl;oor, where a number of men gather it carefully up into wicker baskets ma...

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The Borough Valuer. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

Tae Borouga Valuer. cTe Au E&Lubr of tho 4'rtlen4 Gwardian.I St,--I aok sorry. hat yoqr commoent :?ponthii subject in th eissue of ahe Port l:ctnd dian, of QOt. 1ist. hae failed to c4 forth an esprsaloq of 'feeiong from Abler pens than mine. Every timpe the * ietion for town couneillora oemus round - e Ira treated to tall talk about new blood. asd with the new'blood come projeots and invent4od,, that ppainfully remind' one pO ~a'u fall from his original airlght~ps. Butin the name of all that remaina in us that ipints to.:s more perfct corndtlna, whatllstherb to justify this monstrque job? Is it that the buildings avd impro9.ements 4n the town are of euoh ea tupoendous heriioter that a very Daniel is needed to sit in judgment uipon them, aad that the Town Clerkis i o where?- qi is it that the commencement of the' railway has "o (fefed' the imaginations of our o0un qillrs that" they can see' in poaspectivo. ~ulnifsoent .buildings springing up "with ihe rapidity of mushrooms, a...

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The Guardian. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. TAPPING VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

KITHU )WIICII IS INCORPORTEDi TUB If PORTLAND., xPLass." To' Protect our Rights-?YNot to Infrjing , uponthiorse of Other'. TUESDiAYj NOVisI)EIE 7. TAPPINrL vlc ,OtIA, TwArNKs toeir, JAMaEc" COOE apd the South Australian Government, the Narrncoorlo line of railwhay has tapped Victoria, and the south-west traffic in .wool and other products of an impor taut district is in future likely to reach London. thlrough Lacepedo Bay. On Thursday last, the member for. Port land, Mr. MusT, called the attention of the G?overnmrnt ".to. the loss to the " general, revenue by the traffli in '! Victorian, produce now crossing the "-border into South Australia, for the " purpose of being convoyed by the "Narracoorte railway for shipmpnt to " Port Carofine." As was to be ex pected, the Government was prepared with a remedy, and such a remedy as was quite worthy the authors. Sir JAMES McCuLLooie, in answer, said ".that S! the Customs department had made "' arrangements to. station officers-on " the bord...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

CORRESPONDENCE, rpfpplt cdmlttfug Um gsr teat Usran freedom to Ooreopoedomos, oor eeheeuoe wLU be ope only tp agcy cmeoiqlctlonioeo aebll be clearly Written tcmpelely erpereeod, ago of local or goeeem Iq orl; ie~eo wIM holdiog oursolves reepolelbl. for aoJ oai1eveoelha t may be ooaveyed tbl crela.

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OUR FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

oInOR FISUEJrtES, Is is high time active moasures were taken, to, establish some sort of fishing company on a largo scale in L'ortland, or at all events to. counsider whether or no some such project would be likely to prove remunerative. The rahlway works are progressing with surprising rapidity, 'and in a few months' time we shall be astonished to find ourselves connected by rail not only wcitli the metropolis, but with ilmost every other largo centre of population within, the colony. And yet, with. this prospect at no great distance from us,' a industry' worth millions of money to our town remains almost ntlirely ueglected,-an industry which at the outset, almost, would, probably pay the promoters mpor than cent. per cent. on a reason able outlay, and which, failing some speedy mpvemont on our part, will be snapped up by some one elso bettor acquainted than, we aro.with its value. Wed have our local fishermen certainly, lust enough of them to tantaliso us. with. a glimpse of what ...

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BRANXHOLME. November 4, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

BRANX4O LME. (PEoN omn owrN ponieEPONDsNT.) Sovemberr4, 187I0. actr glad to say tihat the Miuoider of Ia'iEduoation has antlat been oaqtinced that. Branxhglme ad iq want of a. new State nEohonl. The Chairman of'the-Bonrd of advice received a lotter frim.Tr . Must, isq., 1;.I4.A., (who had kindly unhdertaken our cause), '" That steps would 1e taken im spediately to call for to?dors.' I may state that in 1878, applications were made, and a now aschoo! promised, plans and specifl. cations wore left with the late m Rev. J. M'Roberts, ad a tendoer ,was sent in, but nothing more wai bearid of the new So hol, petter. were continually being sent ureing our claim, and one uniform answer received that the application I aem been received, and its contents noted. Public meetings had been held, ud the district insppator had condemned the building b but all to no pur poso. The old building eannot seat more than o0 ildren,yet 71 have b.eouen crammed into it. At last the matter was fairly laid Btfo...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

LAT.EST- TELEGRAMS. (vROi' OUl, OWN cOO?lIISP'ONDicNTS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, NovE?n~rn 0. The. Suez Mail signalled off Cape Borda ; will reanoh Melbourne early on Tuesday ; Hion, J. 0. Flraois aboald.; the English oricketiug team will land at Adelaide. Inqnust hold on tbohe. body of Char lotto Couloy; verdict postponed till Wednesday; doctors dlposod that it was hopeless to save thee woman's lifo; the sponge forceps left insido had not caused her death. Writ issued for, election in tho Easteorn Provinoc in the room of Sir Franois Murphy. Inomlintatiuoae 1th, polling 27th. . William Pearson's 17 thoroughbrod horses averaged 40. guineas each ; the other 17 averaged 21 guinoas each. IRapid Bay withdrawn fruon auotion. Noewminslor soratabod. for ainy further oengagoemenouts at this meeting. Uhamnpion 'igeon llatch-Walton and Davis l:illing eight out of nino birds divided the first and aooond prizes; Trumblo, who killed, seven birds, obtained third prizo. Cup bottig : Feun d' Artifice, ...

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CONDAH. November 4, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

;r(ra . tobaneroklNrax.T S..?. ; ,,..November. 4, 187Q.. The chit of the'BDlshiboie likely -to ' do tsnuacaodd ; of course Jyo know 'the. object was to endeavor to soertaidl(f any reasonable means could:be de4ided or the establishmoet of nlay reader in thit and tdjlolnugdistrits.e' After the devotidbal servicese?onduqoted by the' Blahosp,( a meeting~.was :eolnvened+4 cenipreidag Churchmen a mod ::Preahyteelasnd, -the poctor.psaliding'. The sumtof S14pO wa nasmed.satetaeintmedt alaryibut towards this?i?O wosld:be voted by t~he!Bishop, leaving £110 to be made up,and with a ylew to this His Lordship undertooktotaedrtein what etiud be raised inoleywoodand lMac. arthur. Menswlalet the Sporevary, ,Mr. Cannon, was requested to ascertaisl what could be collected here, stnd, aoquainthisa tordbhip within 14 d?ps. All: ahre: are hopeful the amoupt of £4A frouolsaubdah will be obtained, end the:-tlihop who seemed really:,desirouas of. b$lpiog the satiote was no lea.hopeful-ofr the result. With ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

IMPORTANT ;1OTICE. .i O'CONNOR & MOSE Beg to inform the inhabitants of Port laud and its surrounding district that having " PURCHASED THE. WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN?TRADE OF E. H. MOSE, Consisting of, DBAPEaT, MiEN'S' & BOYS' cZLT IzxNG, ZooTS, &o., AMOUNTING TO " £4,547 18s. 9d.. At a' Very Large Discount off' Melbourne Cost Price, . TLe;oy.intnd OFFERING TUE SAME AT 4 GREAT- REDUCTION FROM. ORIGINAL PRICES. IVantedt Cash buyers for General Drapery, Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothlig, Boots and Shoes, To Coq ansd 'seO'Ooator. and Mosn's great bargains besfore purchjasing elsq where. They undertake to, Give ,Thom goods chouper. than any other. house Iq the Western District, In fact their prices are almost equal to giving stuff' . This they inteod doing, with a _iew. to, mnking a great clearance previous to. the rlrival of their now pircha'ses, they haviug red uced:the prices of the. whole of the goods to such an extent that they are really plesenting their custom...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

SHIPPING. OOWr-'.O POITLAND,. November 4.--lohbRooy, estler,330 tons, Cp?utlq Ashton, frum Melbourne, via Belfast end Warrnambool. 'Saloon-Mr. Falkner, lias El ohnaman, Miss lsbington, Mr. W; C. Reee, Sir P. F. Kreler, Sltes Edwards, Mrs Desardt, Missees )esardt (3), Master J. eaesrdt, Mr. W. ]hiss, Mar. Croab!o, SMr. larlsaon .-CroakerSoutt & Co, November 5--.ulia Peroy, steamer, 550 tone, Capt, Andrewe, from Melbouluon, vuii eolfast n?l WarrnambootL aloonu-Mrs. ,lackle, Mrs Daskin, Miss Deakin, Mesars. Jae Lilly, W. Duff, W. 1P. Andei'eon, '; Montgomery, Sydney Smith, .' Atkinson, '. Desmtoud, O. Emery, John 3ll, Jae Bell, ,la1str Daakin, 18 in steerage. - Ciroaker," .oott & Co., agents. SAILED. Nov. 6lh-Juslialaiir'y,ateemer, 550,tons, Cap. Andrews, for Maellbourne via Belfast and Warrnambol; Saloon-Mrs. Fidde. mont, Mrs. Atkiuaon, Miss B. Kerkln, Rev. tifBths, Rev. IUigtbody, Rev. iUgg, Mr. I. 1j. Mose. Mr. 1P. O'Conso, SMr Camlpbell lehsleay, Me. A.. Siaith, ls....

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Office, November 7, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 7 November 1876

COMMERCIAL, PO11TLA ND, MIARKETr Guardan' Of8ice, Neeober 7, 18704 The retail price of flour is.£181 per. ',g, Our, quotptions are- T upotEOaL.z PaicEs. Flour. £13: Wyhoat, a Od to 6S 8. ppbnoaholi Oats, 3e 3d to 3a.Id do Barley,, 3s Od I4rao, is 3d Pollard, Is ld do. 1?qar. la is . to is3 &lb,'' Eggs. 101" dozoa " (;heoae IColouial) Dl to pd per lb, lrrAlut PRICuEs. Flour, 28s per bag. cash., Barley, 4, . per bushel1 Wheat,, Gs . do. Oats, 4s to 4s d4 do, Brae,la s : do Pollard. la d to is O ,i 4p, Butte?. la 4d to is Lid lb., Eggi, Is doz.' Bread 7d. pr 41b loaf laimosa Bark, £lp foreo, Melbourne Corn Produce and trovlslon sparket.--\V; Lawrapoo.on-Sajurday after*. uuo,, reports, ' tlin the business of tllo papt week lats bpean mororr loss trade operatone while flour lasne receded a trifle, wlenat lias beenusaurceand slightly Improved feeling is perceptilile, i)orso fqe4 is. lower, potatoes are In" good demand, provisions easier, closing quotstiolo :--Flour, £13 10s; wheat...

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