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Government Cazette. TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor General's Office, Sydney, 17th April, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

(government ffiajctif. TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor Gonond's Oflico, Sydney, 17th April, 1857. Tho deeds specified In thUlist being ready for dolivory, on payment of tho authorised fco (to tlio grantees or their agents duly, empowered)', it is requested. that early application may he made for them nt this office. Autho rities must boar tho signatures of tho grantees, attested by a magistrate. Tbo foes aro according to tho scalo nt the foot of tho lint. Partios applying for doc ls arc particularly requested to state tho numbers placed against thoso they may require, » 448 Androws Jo*rph, Mncquarie, 61 acres 419 Ditto, ditto, acres 2 roods , 4f-0 Ditto, ditto, *1U acres 2 roods , 4G1 Ditto, ditto, 47 ncrc.s 2 roods 462 to iZG Avery Thomas, 'X'iuonce, 2 roods each 473, 4r7 t Andrews John, Nundlo, 2 roods each 476 Allingham Edward, Narrellan, 2 roods 37} perches 1376 Burnett Richard, Mcrivalo, 1 acre 2 roods 4 porches 137G Ditto, ditto, 1 ncro 1 rood 1385 Butler James, Tinon...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

GRAFTON. Melancholy Accident. — It is my painful duty to record tho death of a gentleman named Hongh, brother in-law of Mr. Shannon, of Gergarow, near Grafton, who win accidentally drowned on Monday Nat, the 0th in stant. Tho doceased had beon about ten month* in thu district, and during that timo had endeared himxelfhy h ifl kind and agreeable manners to all with whom he be came acquainted ; hU hndden death therefore, in the prime of lifo, his c*at quito a gloom over our town and distriot. From what I can learn it aepnars that Mr. S. Shannon, tho dece*8cd, and a atockman named Crane, wore on their way to the afookyard somo Bh- rtdUtanoe from tho homestead at Gorgarow, for tbo purpose of put ting some hording cattlo in the yard for tho night. On thoir way thoy had to croaa a small oreelc, whioh from the late rain* was running very high. Thoy all went in to gether, and Mr. Shannon succeeded in reaching the op posite bank first. Upon looking book henawMr. Hough struggling in the wntor...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

SCONE. Since my last there has been nothing of any import ance to report. Tho Easter holidays passed off very quietly, and indeed would have been very dull, but for ' mine host' of the Gold Diggers' Inn. There is great credit duo to h;in for his exertions in giving u* a d^y's sport. On Kastcr Monday he eat up foot raws, Ac. The first race was a quarter of a mile for £8, for which five competitors started. Jt was won by Master J. Mur ray, accomplishing the distance in 60 seconds, the second man being 100 yards in the rear, tho others nowhere. Tho second raco was for £1 5s., for youths 15 year* and under, the distance being run in 1 minute 30 seconds — a very slow rate. The winner was II. Ifayne. The next race was for a dress, value £1 Gs. Threo competitors started for this race, which was won in a canter by Mrs. Heath. Jumping in Backs, grinning through the collar, and climbing a greasy pole, wound up the day's spo.t, amidst great laughter and hilarity. Scone, 10th April, 1857.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WACLCHA. WALCHA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

DISTRIOT INTELLIQ-HMCE. W A 1,011 A. (Abridged from the Armidtlt F/prenn, April 25. J Vf A I. Oil A ftACKM. Pii'saatit to public notice, tliu.se rnsf.s camo off on TueRday, 1 4 th instant, Tho nit'-ndaneo on tlie couth.* was very large for flo small a town, and wo noticed a good r.prinkling of the fait* sex, whose presence much enlivened the neon', and whoso ub.senrc would have made all our enjoyment Htali*, flat, and unprofitable. At half-pant twelve o'clock, all being iu readiness, the homes drew up to tho starting po*t f- r tlu* First Race. — Tho Maiden P ate of 30 bovh , for nil hor*c- that never won an advertised prize; Hotn^buHh welter weights for aire; heats, one mile an.l a half. Mr. J. H. Thec'fl h h. Quaker, aged, list. lib. (.J. Livingston) . .. .. ..11 D. W. Jarnteson's br. f. Queen of Trumps, Out. 131 hs ? 2 2 Solway's b. f. Bonnie Maun ? dr. Second Race. — The Walcha Town Plate of 50 sov*.fcfor ad horses; Homebush welter weights for age; heats, two miles. Mr. J. Leving...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

THE mSTHICT COUNCIL ELECTION. Tuesday next is tlie day appointed for the nomi nation of two members for the Maitland District Council to serve in the room of Messrs. Borth wick and Gorrick, who retire by rotation. There are only three candidates ostensibly in the field at present, viz., Mr. K. C. Close, junior, Mr. Josenli Eckford. and Mr. O. E. Middleton. It is rumoured, however, that one or two more will be brought forward on the day of nomination. We scarcely think this a fair way of treating the electors. \Ve are opposed to any-thing like in triguing ; and admire openness and fair-dealing in elections as well as in every-thing else. The electors have a right to know, previous to the day of nomination, what candidates are to be brought forward ; and it is neither just nor honourable to Zake them by surprise. It is a poor cause which delights in secrecy, and dreads the light of day. We are not going to dictate to the electors as to their choice in the forth-coming election, but it...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Somo men nro liko You may flirokc t!w f ir tlie oilier way for years and hear nol-hin^ but. purrm^ ; lint accidentally tr-a'l o«» tlio tail, nnd nil memory of f. inner kindnf-Bi io obliterated. Why nrt.'jok.'fl liko nut*? — Becausc tho dr!e- tliry aro tlio better the v crack. Musical Bo.v Mot. — A Mr. Ocorgp Slinrp. rrnntimnly called hy li in frien»ls 0. Sharp, looking raih«r -ltill onu evening in company, a fri'nd ol»B?rvt'd, 44 G. Hhar^ w.i«i in rather ft low Zv»/.' 'Oh!' roplicl a young In y, 41 any one known that O. Sharp \n A Fitt.' A Doi/iitpul SrortY. — A in m in New Hampshire wNit ou) gunning ono day thin auMirnu— he *.-w a flook of ttitiiiij? on ihe 1 tnh of an oh! irer, j-o hi* drop ped a hall into liin gun und fired. The h.ill rplit the iiinb, which -:l b-jJ up and c;ui^ht the toes ol all the I) rd« in it. He saw that ho had fjot them all. So ho fastened two hall* tog tiler and fuu I, cur the lirnh off. whirh fell into die river; he then waded in aud brough...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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GOLD FIELDS. ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

GOLD FIELDS. ROCKY' ItlVER. (From our own Correspondent.) Tliero is very little nows to Bond you from this qnnrtcr. The only plnco of nole now it the east end of Sydney Flnt, where tlio largest number of diggers aro located, ai:d some of them are doing well. One party has already Htrnck gold on the mngo eust of Sydn y Flat, which in siiid to ho vory rich with tho glittering metal. Thoro arc nine puddling machines at work and in course of erection in several localities It is rumoured that tho onr owned by Mesn-. .(ones, Air, anil Company, on Mount Walsh Qully, is making a steady fortune, their claim being very rich. . Sawyer's Gully and the famed Mount Walsh are nearly worked out, and all hut dcertod. Wc havo now a vory flno log bridge across Mount Walsb Gully, which roflects ' great credit on Mr. Millor, lato of Singleton, who has ot Cr.iot ojpcnso crcctod it ; it also is an ornament to the placo.' Wo are now enjoying floe weather, and I am told tl.e ioad» nrg in good ordtr Malio Is...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOW LADIKS MAY ALWAYS LOOK LOVELY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. HOW LADIES MAY ALWAYS LOOK LOVF.LY. (from an American Hayazirr.) Wo will premise tint every wottimi has n de*ira to look M woll oh she c 111— that thu wi«h to plea-o hy hor per sonal appearance U iuipluntod in her boirt by nature, and -alns iitrenuth wi'li her growth iu a greater or list degree, as oiruum-itaucoH loud their nid to cull it forth, nr miiriiP'i in su tinrti-ain? it. Ill ibfl (tenond nl*ai). wo hold it the du'y of .every wouvui to dreM ns well in ulin Oiin, With good t-i«to at-d uoatne n at all ri nen nnii upon all oooanloii', . Tne plainest por-on, by strict attention to cleunlinoiM, iio iniM. and order in her portion -1 ar r^ngemonti', can loi.lt, if not h .ndaomo, b i v ry ne'ir it, that tho difference is not worth noting. In m-kinjf thin aiaortion wo wish ir, distinctly understood, tint the qualiti m reforrud tn mutt bn accompanied by the inoni. peifeotgooil humour and amiability of m -nuor, either natural or acqitiroil ; for if U impos dbln bur. tha...

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MR. WEEKES.—PUBLIC MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE, EAST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

MR. WEEKES.— PUBLIC MEETING- AT THE COURT HOUSE, EAST MAITLAND. On lait Tlmr-nlny oveninpr ' public mooting was held at tho Court House, East Maitland, for the- purpose of h aritlg Mr. Weekoi, one of tho niombois for tlicro Boroughs, rIvo nn account of lil-t stewardship. Tho meeting was rospectnldy attended, though nnt so nume rously as might have b-en anticipated. Mr. Weekis enmnuneed speaking about twenty ininutts past seven, and finished hit addnES nt fivo minutes past ton o'clock. Upon entering the r.iom he was greotod with loud eliecr.t, nml upon tho mibHiilcnao oi t'-csr, Mr. Robertson pro posed that Mr. Chambers do tnlto the clinir, which motion having been Srcondoil hy Mr. llorthvvlck was cariled. The Chairman -.tated that hi. esteemcil nnd (lis in ptilshcil friend had couio nmnngst them for tlie purple of giving nn account of his conduct in the house whilst noting us tlu-ir reprerontativo. Mr. Weekes s .lullt this opportunity of addro-sing them, utiil ho (tho Chairman) felt...

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FOREIGN EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

FOREIGN EXTRACT. I am sorry to say that tho impression iB very strong that not only was Milano tortured, but that torture is applied to the prisoners now in confinement. It is said that cries and lamentations aro heard at night from the .prison of St. Maria Apparcntc. The following address, las been circulating among the troops for sevoiai days : — 'To tho Troops and the Neapolitan Army. 'Brothers! — From your rnnks has corno forth that ?brave man who, in tho name of Italy, sacrificed himself to save the country. You have shown that tyranny can placo but little trust in your bayonets. Tho country is ?grateful to you for it. Alutius Screvola, who rushed on Porsenna, was not greater than Agcsilao Milano. The blow failod in cither caso ; hut Porienna wns a noble man, and Fordinand is a vile ono. Porsenna granted Scasvola his life, and 1 berated lloino from a siege ; Ferdinand, on tlio contrary, orectod a scaffold for Milano, mutilated your ranks, and inundated tho country with fresh gr...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tun Postman. — rhe letter-carrier, John Doyle, who mot with an nccilent samu time sincc, liar htvn pro- ? uuanced i y his n\edieal ailvisL-r^, in cnliBi qiu^ncd of injuries then xHtnin-il, . to be unfit fur tliu di.-ioliatyo of hi* iluiii-s, mid incapacitated bv bad lunlili fro n earn ing hi* future livelihood. Hi* situation i* rumlcred niuru puiiitiil from tlio tact that on his t-xcrtioiu hi* wifo ami five children inainly depend fur t'u'ir siibsisrence. llio el dost chtl.l H only eleven years of njj-i, and two others are in weak he..|ih. 'I'lie i-ymp.ithy of tile pnbliu is raniiifustiii)» itself in boliaif of tlii* aid caso hy tlio subdcripiion of money and by forwarding a petition to the Postmaster-General, praying for a pension or a gratuity ^ Wo trust that tlie result will be tho raising of iv sulliclent sum to aflo d Doylo the means of support ing his family until iliry are in a position to help them selves Charity, deiinnils that a strong effort »liouM bo ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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OBAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

OBAN DIGGINGS. A gontlomnn who hns just returned from tlio (Jb.rn Diggings having politely fiiriiiahtd in with foiiio in'c rosting particulars respecting that promising gold Held, wo havo much pleasure in laying tliom beforo our Tenders. It appears that tlio various routes b.rtwoon Arinidale nnd Oban mav ho classod in tlio etit'gory of bad, worso, worst, nltliough it seems difficult lo decide which is mo-t deserving of iho latter epithet. Ah tlio traveller approaches Oban, tho country becomes mountainous, rnggod, and forbidding in appearance. Occasionally winding over rough ridges, where tho Hoil IS spongy from tho lato rains, tho road usually followed than loads down into flats of some length, which nro the Bourco of almost countless ' bogging' incidonts with drays, and tile fruitful causo of innumorablo anathemas from tho drivorsof the ton ms, many of whom scorn vnry well ploueed if they can tako through 10 cwt. with two horses. Tlio dray wlicols nro pulled th notion these flats, ...

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MR. D. C. C. CARTER'S PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

Mil. P. C. 0 .IRTISH'S PRODUCE SALE. Best q-ml'ty whent at from fis^dto Cs8d for good clea * ; w ie? t for seed is in con dderahle demand, nnd the partieubir kinds of wheat mentioned in last wook's re mit f,nd t-eadv salt?, and aro much inqub' -1 for. - Id ina'ze commanda f'i.tu 7s to 8s, nnd dry new ix rendily Ridd at from 'Is to 78 English barley for seed realises 7s per bushel. a-»d goo ' clean Capo tho fan\o price. Po tatoes 8.« p^r CM, with a deficient crop for winter con sumption. |

Publication Title: Northern Times
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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TIIE ROCKY RIVER. [From the Armidale Express, April 25.) Tha only mining intrlligi nee I can givo you liiin wrck It that tliure seems tn be a tush, not only of ilij;i;erfl, bat of innkcopors, slnroknrpers, nnd nil rort-i of denier-, to that prut of Sydnoy Flat vrhinli leniln to Tijiporary Gully. A body of Chinamen nt first took up their quarters nnd claim* til ire, na somo of their countrymen had dixcoveri-d tlio placo to be p.iynblc ; but now tlio locality in na fini matod nnd bustling ns n largo country v«11i\r6. ThA ► Inking in very deep, tlie groater part through hard stone : but if the ground (supposed to contain the lead of gold Into tlio flat) prove* to be rich, it will booh mako up for iho timo nnil labour expended up.-n it. T hear no word of our local court being citabl filKil. Tho Rev. Mr. Purves, of tho Picsbytorian Cliutcli, Maitland, preached hut Sunday, at Mr. S. SI Cromln'a to n very rospcctnblo congregation. The rev. pontlemnn »l«o stated Unit it van con...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

IT Is particularly requested Hint nny Irregularity in llio delivery of tho Northern Times bo notified nt tho Office with us little iloluy ns pog*il-lc, In ordur tlint ?tepj may bo taken to prcvoiit a recurrence of tho ?nnoynnce. ABSTRACT Of SAI.E3 BY AUCTION. Tim Day. DoHDs k Co, en tho premises, Morpotli, at twe've o'clock, Parcel of r.nml Momdw, Mat ♦. PoDDs St Co, nt the Sale Yunls, E.'Rt Mnitland, nt ?twclro, 150 head splendid Vi\t O.it'lu, lOifl Fat 'Wether*. Mato II* rsr, flr.iV, nntl Ilarnon: nl*n, nt 'tlio Hallway Hotel, Ea t Muitlniiil, nt uel-c, Two ''Stations in the district of Bligh, known at Now Brtclnug and Gldg.onboyne. Tukshat, Mat 5. *;DoDDt & Co., on tl o pr miies, Ni-wcastln-s'rret, Enxt Ataitlnml, at twelve, Brick Unl'tSliop and Weather board Stur.*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Advertise ments under itrentyvords, only One Shilling. f TESlMtt FOR ADVERTISEMENTS* j Twenty words and under, On® fiMlllom every atMltlnnsI Ten f word., 8l«J-«ice| On. Inch, Three SMlllnj.l «'i Ono and „ Blxptnc. for every sddHlonsI Inch or port of an Inch. (] TIuKMS OF BUhSCnil'TION. Blnht Shlllln'm per Quiiter when paid In advance | and Nine Shilling! If ni)t polil within Foubtsss Davi -fler the com- !? tnenccmcnt of cach Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advertisements must bo given in writing on tho day previous to r publication. v Notico. MB. J. S. PALMER is authorise! to Collcct Accounts due to tlio Northern Times. ~ THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' {frncral printing IT^VF.RY description of LE'I TER-1'RESS PRINTI NG J oxoe.nted with neatness and despatch. Hook-work, Cntnlogucs, Posters, KIIIIic.kIm, Cheque Books, Circulars, I.nw Forms, I'nnijihU.tH, Show Cards, and every other description of plain and ornamental printing In n stylo not...

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TOWN FEUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

TOWN FEUDS. 'Wn would be the last to desire or ndvornte tlie perpetuation of nny ilifTercncs between two parties of our townsmen. N'o can wu'l tiiulcrstiuid the utmost war in ill of opposition in political mat tors combined witli sincere private frendship. When nn election is over tliu opposing parties ought altogether to !ny nsi le personal ill -feeling. There is no necessity, however, in so doinp to sacrifice principle. Sociability and friendship tire highly ? desirable, but if they nve only to he purchased at rthe cost of earnest and sonnd opinions, their price is greater than their worth. No one who 1ms a proper estimation of the value of consistency would heei'ate fir a moment as to the course lie should ipursuo in a matter in which hid personal predilec tions nnd his political principles were at vatiance. If principled are of any value at all, they are too ?acred to be sacrificed to privnte feelings. We regret very much that the distentions which are r.ow nuitaliiig our townsm...

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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

Tho G-ron.t Northern Railway. NKWCASTI.K STATION — llmtii Tmisn. n. . Stations. | Dist. Irani*. I ruin. 'Hilts. IjliAVr. — (v. m. p. in n. in. ni. in. 0 N°W Point } 7-3 n 8 0 7'S0 3 0 Hexham ? fi- 0 a-8i) 8- 0 U1 '0 16} Maillni'd ? 8 '24.1-M 8-2t'n 6t MAITLAND STATION— Up Tihins. 'oia! Stations. lra\ns. 1 rains llilcs.l Lkavk— Li.ni n in. a m. p.m. .0 |Maitland ? S-4f- 4*10 8-46 4*10 --| HMlm»n ? 9 P 4 ttO 0- .r.' 1-31) 16$ New. jiitle ? 9 30 ry 4l 9*39 V 4 ftjit fl'mllimt Onus, ? OTIltNn KXTKNIIATK NOrt SET UOITN AtlOHT IS MALICK. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1857

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

The Dinner to E. C. Weekes, Esq. THE STEWARDS appointed fi»r the above occasion are requested to MEET THIS EVEN ING (SA TURDAY), at Half-past Six p.m., at the Uo^ Inn, West Maitland. Maitland, May 2, 1S57. 1731- To this Electors of the Buroughs. i rn. wef.kics win sivu .-m kxpla nation- i., ]\1^ I lie Kkctors of l!ie Notihtni.ba liiii l ll'iroa^hs of his politic. il cumliK't during lilt* Int.; scusiun of tin- L.esjis - lnl.uiv, ut tlie l!o e Inn, West .MaitUnd, on SA I'UKUAV (THIS EVKNING). The Uliair will be taken nt Seven o'clock. 1723 A U li E S'S T H E A T a Ji . FAREWELL NIGIIT Of the Ethiopian Serenaders. MONSTER ETHIOPIAN PIIOGRAJIME. TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, MAY 2. Tlio Scrcnade.-s with white faces, The SiTi'iKulern with black f.tces. New Songi, Ballads, Quartette*, anil Instrumental Solos. First lime of tho COMIC nOUNPIPE, by G. C. 1'Ktinr, accompauicd by himself on thu violiu. Messrs. T. P. Brewer, D. F. Boley, W. A, Porter, G. C. Perry, onl Davo Cnraon, beg to return their sin...

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SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OJP COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ 9. d. £ s. d. 1 Wool, fair to best, per lb .. 0 1 t- to 0 2 0 1 Tallow, beef, p»*r ton .. . . 40 0 0 , . 60 0 0 Ditto, mutton, ditto ... .. 50 0 0 .. 55 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. . . 38 0 0 .. 48 0 0 Sheepskins, per lb. .. .. 0 0 G .. 0 0 10 lli-tes, each ... ., 1 0 0 .. 1 1G 0 CaX.kins ditto ? 0 2 G .. 0 7 0 Wattle Bark, per ton... ?? 8 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Flour, first quality, ditto ..15 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Ditto, seconds, ditto ... .. 9 0 M .. 12 () 0 llarlcy, Ruglish, per bushel . . 0 6 6 .. 0 7 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .. ..0 6 0 ?? 070 Wheat, ditto ... 4 .. 0 4 6 .. 0 7 6 Maizo, ditto ... .. 0 5 6 .. 0 8 0 Bran ditto ... . . 0 1 6 .. 0 1 0 liny, oaten, per tnn .. .. 800 .. 900 Ditto, lucerne, ditto .. 5 0 0 .. 7 0 0 Ditto, market ditto *. ..10 0 0 .. R 0 0 Potato s, ditto.. .. 6 0 0.. 8 0 0 Onions, ditto .. .. .. 8 O 0 ., Ill 0 0 Macon, per lb . . .. .. 0 0 8 .. 0 (I U Cheese, d-tto ??? .. .. 0 0 5 .. 0 0 8 Mutter, ditto ... .. 0 1 0 .. 0 1 6...

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