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THE PROPOSE MEETING AT MRS. BLACK'S FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSIDERING THE BEST MEANS OF ESTABLISHING THE ORDINANCES OF RELIGION IN THE GOLD DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

THB ^PRO^OSEii'; *rW!lN!CF-.AT MRS. : 'BLiveK'S.FORjTME^UlRPQSE.OFCON s'u)Eiiii!riG'THji:!BESTMb^:NS Of es TABLI.SHi:NG:THE ORPINANCES OF. RKLIGION IN THE GOIiD DISTRICTS. . The object of this meeting, though well ?calcu- lated as we should .have supposed to. attract the seryices and interest of those.- who. were, invited to be present, met with sq little, .direct ?support, and the general feelings expressed .by. the resident members of- tho. Church pCEnjjlfindiin-BtUhurst being opposed to a movement .which didtiiot ori gijiatc with tlie gpld-fi.elds— ^the. Clergymen and few indiyidxtais ijitcr-!sted:,iit.the prpceedjng .who were,, present .(lid. not cpnsjdcr.'it judicioustoienter . furthe.r upQn'..tb.p..int.cjBsled.. business of the day than to read.thc fpllowingl.etter— 7.' . .?.:???? '? ? (To -:the-GhainnaK-)f 'the meeting coriventdjor the purpose of considering -thi bt-sf ineahiqf '?providing 'phceif of'teot'thfjyrichooli'i' tyc/, 'in Hie gold Ms trictK) ijy-rs. vo .:..';.;??« ?...

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NEW ZEALAND. GOLD AT OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

NEW 'ZEALAND: , 'iooibJiTpTAOp... -..?? ?? th^.New. Zealand-Spectator o('th^i2'nij:i(v er,';weflad,tiie'foUowiiiffi~whreh;l«racKnow &:: from', .tlie? ? 'Otago-Withets-' 6t the 1st. jnibcrikrs.- ?..-.'.??; ??????'?. ???'??'? te: bare; received tho' following communica 'jph-the subject-bf the 'discovery of gold in cttleinent.. We have no authentic' informn i as to the quantity of the precious metal ich is likely to be found ; though we'have no ibt, from the extent of country abounding in rtz, tlint'it.will1 be considerable. : ' We would, everjiave-our readers not to bo too sanguine Uo .'results, and- leave their ordinary occupa t. FJnur, . is . more -necessary than gold, -and be more. profitable:— ; . ' ' Cuinmissioeer of Crown Land's Office. .;-. ,-. Duttedin, October31, 1851: r,— I enclose' a copy-of a letter from Good kPluasiint River, about forty miles north of cilin, which reached me last evening. I also -se the: report of Daniel' 'Maean'drew upon lacimehs - of auriferous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

I777-' ??',.' ,\ ?- i «i- 1 ' tir n .hi rot Oold I(J GOLD DIGGERS. S'-njoVer metals m anv (| nnritv T) TOUNO is a CASH PURCHASER of I G BROOKSTAYN. 1\, GOLD, at the highest ma.ket price, ai 1 . Watchmaker'and Jeweller. Balhurat, Carcoar, and tlic Tiiron Stores. § ? Howick-srreet, ? I ; '- ' '' Bathurst. WOOL! WOOL.'! WOOL'!! iB.^ecimons nnd Cn.ns wanted. - B Undwi, d ,, a Cash purchflser of I ? — ? ~~ 1 Wool. I G0U5! GOLD'! R. TOLA NO. REIiicicst Pf-co given on thciTuron, Connolly's New Buildings. 1 At Barhurst. \ 1 HARBOTTLE'S Dec 1, 1P5I. f I Sioiiks. . ? ? |__— ? — ? r- = ? - TO SlOttKKlikPliRS 'AND SKl-fLi-Kb. W GOLD! GOLD! 'rrtHE Undersigned have just landed ex 'Scotia,' B SYER, BROTHERS , 1 the following gowk winch ihuy oiler at the »|LL[ivetlielii|,'liestcash price for good clear iowesUnarket rates, in lots to suit purchasus, i san|»los. Brisht gro( crs' sugar ?isnsit'lhi 1851. ?.'.''. : 'Rationeupar tt_- ? ? ? Superior Mocha coHeo |k iii'lprsijruf.1 ih a CASH PURCHASER of pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

??-,:??:????:? i.v ^'REWAKb^ - '''' ': '?, '.W ? STOI,EN;,pr«.St};4jwdifr.om eai:coar',-6n:the'l9th Decr.'£|5jio.-?j.:i.:4:vi'M.i. «-: .V'^v.-' ? OnMjack^.b^.T|J£ii(^i;..^IiiRi»-lr:l«:-h^lv'hi?h;' th-ee,.wiji.tc).feej.,:.hfan!lcd' IN 'oW near slib'uliler , and:.$..on.,cff gjjduld'er. .-. . ' :- .': One'. blfCc^atflf sta^mfori-iieidrahput. 14 hands hj[?lu;hr^ic]'^lc°!,'^!on.vbflr shotilifrrV-^ha ^ Mar-' i ^*V!ft^l!.'?-lW?'*Iti0& A«»'8fl&*nirMl; iioc k;1 ;.':'. : ?? v:w','^«Brif'tfei»» }^R&Plp .^Vfii^,^ r5 ' . ^!i;'C/'r'^ l£%AK:lj;^v,a' .'...?. .... .':?;. STRA:V|!D.fi?p|c,l|rVrfc-^ of ??'«flrf-fpno'*|^acseBption,:-rr-. \ 7 .-.-; ?'!? '? ' ~aJ bfoivn ''Hprsf,' prafi^eil' 'piv'thV .(lear.-ihouldfr' ft ' abbiit'lG'/hanits; high, bredrby Mr. ?Rirb.r.' ?. tand;unhds.ed'tp*Jbe.'.inakJT)ff)l'9rv''Uie.'SbittKerri' v-06^^^^ ,vip--w £ = *v'..':.«. .' ?..'??'.??., ra-rr-r?.. vA'sl)». . .: '-' ? '- . '?'. ' A chesnut^are,-; branded .oi-tlie hear shoulder, ? ?l-*«v'ite'lt'...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 3 January 1852

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE   CARCOAR. Since the discovery, of the gold fields this town- ship for the last few months would almost im- press a stranger with the idea that he was visit ing the " deserted village," but at all events W was not quite such a desperate case as that, p the stillness which so long reigned around, w M   ?broken in upon by the passage through the tbv M 'of teams carrying the golden fleece of AustrnW M |to the metropolis, as also the produce from tlill cattlftstationson the Laclilaiu 'Merrie Christm;isl| everted a. reviving influence on the. prcviou^ 'depression, and although the amor,niinimi. spirfflL. it was feared, would dump tlie enjoyin.chts of tlfiv :festWe season,, yet '1 am glad to'say Vucli wjj . |no't:tho.case, as' raqst of the Carcoar diggers rffl-; ; turned frbm' their ,nrduoijs;'6cciipntiq'n, 'with .thefflr ?pockets comfortably^ lined with the' glitterinB|-e. metal, and assisted in keeping up the good oIBf r' feast. On boxing ...

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CALIFORNIA. MASSACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

: CA'LH?ORNIA,v ? :-; 7 ' M^SSA'ctlES' -;iM-^! ?^.-i-' I.1 ,: (From'theiSdi^JJiego Star, iVby.'i.Y ; ,' \ £ Indian JL\ss aorb.— Our , city was disgraced : on Saturday night by' an affray which: oridodJn! ? tho killing '? of somo half dozen Indians ?? of tho Cueuilla tribe, and the serious wounding ?: of!; as many more. We give the particul:u-s ns wo have received them from several credible sources. It seems that on: Saturday afternoon Joso Antonio. the Alcalde i of . the Cahuillas living i:i this city,' applied to tho city marshall for permission to phiy thc Peon, (a favourite game among the Indians') ?within tho limits of tho city. Tho marshall re-, fused, not only because' the Peon is prohibited by. city ordinance, but because the mayor, had strictly charged him not to permit tho playing of that game. Tho Alcalde then applied to Juan Sc-' pulveda, one of the justices of tho peace, who 'granted tho request, and detailed six Califor- ; nians to act as a patrol, in order; to prevent,...

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OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

?di'HiR.' 4 .At Ophir as elesowherc the Christmas holidays caused a cessation of industrial operations, mid there U, therefore, listle to report except perhaps t.... . that tho population is thickening, nml.tliit tho miners are gradually 'settling down to work. Tho water both on tho main and tributary Ireeks is fiist settling down, and tho proprietors ol bed claims are growing hopeful in tho inverse ratio. Great business, it is expected, will be u mo at Ophir iu thu course of tho onsiiing month] pro vided .tho weather keeps fine,' 6t which turns is every probability. But by far tho most interest ing event connected with the Ophir digging at the present season is the drairiining of tho yater holu at the junction by Messrs. Samuel ,aud M'Intosh — an ovont which is looked forwird to with considerable interest by great nwnbers. Mr. White broke ground on the 2nd iust., iaVitig set a number of men to work to divert thocourso of. tho stream into another channel. ? Grejt diffi culty, howovc...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

. SYDTO^EWS^ ;;.v.l MopEr, National Soiiool.— A public;.o\dmU:. nation of tho pupils ! in corinoxioh with tho na-: tional' schools' iri tho- city,- namely, tho William ? Btrect and tho Fort-street schools; took placb'ycs terday. Tho circumstance having been an nonnccd in tho public nowspapors, a very largo nnd respectable assemblage to.bk place, among whom we may notico His Excellency tho Go vernor and suite, tho lion, the Colonial Secretary, II s Honor Mr. justice Thcrry,, tho Postmaster General, and n number of members of the Le gislative Council. Tho various classes of tho children word examined on the dilForcnt branches of the studies they engage in at the schools,* and the proficiency -exhibited', by tho more advanced of these classes was tho theme of universal ad niirntion and surprise Nor was the excellent discipline of tho infant classes less convincing of tho very groat excellence which exists in the management of tho system. ?? The appearanco of the children, their general...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

LOOAL lmUiUiKNOET ..TEnm^ic Hah, Storm.—- An, .individual from tho higher portion of Campbell's. River, informs us that a most destructive Hail-storm totk place ou Tuesday week, about two o'clock in tic after noon, accompanied with terrific claps of tjuinder. According to his description tha first indications appeared in tho west, shortlv aftor which it blew a perfect tornado, tearing trees up by tie roots and smashing tho trunks of others of frcnj'qno to three feet in diameter, with as much cop us if they were frail reods. The track of tin storm was strewn with limbs, branches and fallen tim ber in every direction,, as if a falling pjrty had swept the country of its natural clothing. The ground was covered in some places with mail, or rather lumps of ice, to the derth of sixpr eight inches, some of them much larger than the or dinary marble. After continuing an easterly di rection for some timo it commenced a relrogrndc movemont, towards tho west with uninitigat'ed fury, and devast...

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SELECT POETRY. HOW OFFEN WE MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

.-: SELEGnOTRY. ? - U0W'0PrKN WE MEET... ,, ,' How often wo meet, In our ?wnmlorlhin vrldq, , ?., With spirits that «eom nuar (illliid to our own ; . . Ana, whoawa would press them with joy to our' bWs, ?'. ?; i We turn, but, nlas I ttioy aro fartod ana gono 1 . .rtrchnnce It Is wrong; wlion wopicturo.thunfso, Hut wolovo to lollovo that tho vlnlon Is truu; ... : For, fo sulilom wo moat with pure ' Eymp'iithy'i ' ' glow; . TJmt tho shadow itself lomls a charm to our tIow. - . ' And tho goisonarpll on; with their ^niljca iihdtn'oir ; tcitnv ! ?'-?'-?- ': : ??' ? (1|.'-:' :'': ???':-;i '??' ' ; : But oft, .when thoso momenta of Badness will - . ? como,,--i, ..... i -'.?.?:..,.;?..,.;,'..,'*]?.- ,.;it ? TYo roisaU tho, bright ylsloria of 'long _ .vanished' year«i';' ' '\--'-::- -^ ??-; ??-?^:' '? -'''??' '?,?.?? r. -.-? And they Rproad a warm glow round tho gloom of ? our home. -t . . .' v f ?-??-??;' -?,???.'-'??:??'???':???)'????' Ohl honr beautiful thou aro tho' forms that they worol...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CAKCOAR. I [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

DiSTMCT INTKLMGhNCE. CARCOAH. :',. ?''? A case under the Impounding Act camo off before the bench of magistrates at this place on Thursday last, in which Mr. James Kerr was complainant, and Mr. Robert Daly 'was de fendant. ? On the 16th of August List, (according to com phiiimut's evidence) the defendant wns watchintr some sheep of tho complainant's which were de pasturing under the care of his son, on his land, adjacent to land belonging to the defendant ; tha. hitter, on perceiving defendant, called his sheep together, when defendant rodo up to him, and after using some very violent language, drove the sheep off complainant's land, on to his, (defou 1 ant's) own land, and then took them to tho Car coar pound; It was further shown in. evidence) that defendant had ill-used the sheep in driving them to the pound, whereby nine of,.the sheep afterwards died. ..... .- Tho ' defendant , -endeavoured to '''shake' .: thes testimony of tho complainant's witnesses without success, and the be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

'three thousand sheep.-. ^ WANTED, within one moi ti from this djj 3000 Sbeep, cither all w.-ihers or all cwJ above 3- years old, an I not exci cding G years o|fl Must lie; warranted sound, mid never dfsn tsedTH ? . , :-. ;Apply to ? . ? ? B ? ASI1E AND' CROAKER, i Ballmr6t, 7 ? ?. , ; I Dec. 22ml; 1851. f ? ..,'.., | AUSTHALIAN RELIGIOUS; TUAC'f 1 ; _:... % .... SOCIETY. ; T ARGE arrivals of now -and interesting public: JU. tions havo.Tcccntlybcen received, and nj now on sale at the Depot of the above Society, co; ncr of l'itt and King streets.; consisting of Histnr Biography, .Tales, ? &e. ; ? also, : a great variety i very attractive illustrated, works for the young, BOOKS lilOR THE BLIND, ENGLISH, I'HEiVCH, AND GERMAN ...TRACTS. ?;?....; The cheap monthly publications of tho Society m deserving of pitrtieulnrnoticc, comprising iipwnri of GO vols., of 192 pages each, on various subject of general interest, such as Lives of tho Popes, Lif I o ' Cyrus, .Mohammed, Cresnr, Na...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. SOFALA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

SPOUTING INTKLLKiKNOE SOFA LA RACES. ' There was a large congregation on New Yonr'fl Day of the Turnn diggers at Sofala to witness the maiden eHhrt3 of ihe sporting portion of the comimmily to establish in tho jhrart of a mountain rfjjion, only a short time nijo unin Imliited . and wild, the sports of Old England. And it is perhaps not out of place hero torpmnrk: that whernver Englishmen conjjrcpate — whether in an Indian clime, in the Celestial Empire, or in the bush of Australia, they carry with them their never-failing predilection for the turf. On no occasion perhaps was this taste ever exemplified in a mere remarkable manner thun at tho Turon.. Obstacles both of a social and physical character presented themselves .on evety sidei Pc-oji'e : drawn suddenly together with no one purpose in common but a pure love of liorsp racing, were not very ready to- subscribe and paco their' money in the hands'of people, who wero\ com-, paratively speaking, strangers. Again., the pe cuniary fe...

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FIFTH RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

. : - . Fifth IIace. -. ; A' Cra-llo S.vccpstnkcs of .1 ..sovereign each, .'with 5. sovs. added, for all horses, to . ? be. handi- ' capped by tho stewards. Heats, o:io mile and a hau. . .?? ?:'..???. . ,-,? ..-. ?;-?. : ? ? Mr. Thursby's g. g. Grayling, ? ?? ? ? 10 stono ?.-?;? .-?! . . ? 1 1 Mr. Kemington's b. m. Nix my . Dolly, 10 stone . . . ?? 2 ill1. Mr. Cooper's g. g. Flour Bag, ... ? , 10 stone, ??, dis. :'\ : Mr. Thurshy. took tho first : heat- with ftho.;. greatest possible case, walking over for tlic-, second. ? ? . .

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

WKEKLY CALENDAR. ' * '3 .' - i . ..i' ? i~ 1 * -a s ' I .rt £ w | II. M. II. .-. M. II. Jr. Jan. ?W. 4 . 58 7 . 1415 . 4 BTh. 4 . 59 7 . 1416 . 4 0|F. 5 . 0 7 . 14 17 . 4 IOjS. 5 ? 0 7 . U 18 . 4 114. ;.'- . 17 .1419 . 4 12 M. 5 . 2 7 . 14 20 . 4 13|T. 5 . 3 7 . 14 21 . 4

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

MINING INTELLJMNCF. ?THE TUKON.' p There is little now doing at the Turon worthy of reoital, ami to writo of what is not doing would, ..although a comprehensive, not form n very satis^ fuctory subject. Since the advent of Christmas, the few who diil not depart for their homes laid themselves out for juich enjoyments astheplnce afforded, amongst which, we say it in sorrow, wine-bibbing in some shape or other has taken a very prominent place. The thoroughfares and bye-ways of the town of Sofala liave sometimes been strewn with the besotted victims of intem perance, and n few of the fairest portion of its residents bore upon tltoir countenances the ex ternal marks of dissipation in bloated, inflamed countenances, blotches, scars, black eyes, &e., tho latter being of such frequent occurrence as to ex cite no surprise. To pry further into tho morale of this story is superfluous. Modest, prudent and virtuous females seldom carry black eyes, and therefore. &c.,'&c. ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1852. EDUCATION MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

TflfrMTHURST jRKE' PRESS. 'KAONA K8T VEKITAS ET rR/EVALEBIT.' WEDNEDAY, JANUARY 7, 1852. EDUCATION MOVEMENT. An inspection of our advertising co . urrins of to-day and last Saturday will most iiicontestibly 'demonstrate that the cause of National Education does not want friends in Bathursr, as no more satisfactory proof can be afforded of a man's approval of any Riven cause or principle, than his wil lingness to support it with his purse. If, therefore, this be an infallible criterion, we may safely prognosticate the successful establishment in our town, at no distant dnte, of a school in which the books, dis cipline, moral and religious training of the untional system will be adopted. Such an event we shall hail with pleasure, not because of any victory over those who rany bu its conscientious opponents, but because we ns conscientiously believe, and our 1 belief is founded upon practical know ledge, that under the guidance of a com petent, well-trained teacher, a nationril school ...

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DEFEAT OF THE ENGLISH YACHTS, BY THE AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

DEFEAT OF' TUB ENGLISH YACHTS, BY THE AMHRICA. ; (From tlie Manchester Courier, August 3O._) The great yacht match at Cowcs, on Friday, resulted in tlie defeat of the English yachts by the Yankee clipper America, iientln{j: all her competitors with ease, after a most exciting contest. Tlie day was' fine, nnd at starting there was not much wind The s'art was brilliant in the extreme, and eighteen vessels were entered lor the cruise, ail of which started except three. The start took place .at ten o'clock. The Gipsy Queen, \vith all ljer canvas set and iu the strength of the tide, took the lead after starting-, with the Beatrice next, and. then, with little difference in order,, the Volante Constance, Arrow, and a flock of others. The America went easily for some time under mainsail (with a small gaff topsail of a triangular shape, braced up to the truck of the short and slender stick which serves as her maintopmast), foresail, fore staysail, and jib ; while her opponents had every clo...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. EARTHQUAKE AT MELFI. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. EARTHQUAKE AT MELFI. Naples, Aogost 27. — In my last communica tion I gave you a .brief notico of tho terrible earthquake which took place nt Molft and the surrounding country on the 14th, Since that date the om'ciaj journal has published a rdport of the' loss of life and property from various vil laires surroundimr tho noarlv destroyed town of Melfi ; -but I' find the official narrative so incom pl.'to and falling so short of the actual extent of tho calamity, that I prefer Bending you information from' persons who have arrived in Naples from the scene of the disaster, and' more particularly tho account I have received from a medical gen tleman, which I here translato : ' Near Mclfi, August 20.— My dear friend, — I will endeavour to give you a narrative of what I havo scon in my joumoy from Naples to tho scenes of the aw ful events of the 14th. When I reached tho ta ble land of Terra de Lavoro I learnt the earth quake hud been felt there much more distinctly...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 7 January 1852

1 TRICES CURRENT. I ? WOOL. ? s. d. a. d. ? Superior dips ,.. ? I 4+ to ? ? l'air to good ? 1 2i to 1 3j ? Low to middling ? 1 0+ to I 2 ? Grease ? 0 5j to 0 8} ? Locks, pieces, broken I 0 8 to 1 0 B wool, &c. } ?landwashed and' scoured ..? 11 to 1 6 I TALLOW. I Beef .- .- ? £28 0 : 0 to £28 10 0 I Mutton - ? £28 10 0 to £29 10 0 1 ,StiiDiipii tallow .. £24 . 0 ,0 I HicKciicK,, ? 5s. to 8s. I Sheepskins, jj- Ib ? 3jd.to5W. I / POLI). I Dust and nuggets, »oz. 3/. Is. Gd. to 3/. 2s. lOd I THOMAS S. MORT. I Circular Quay., Sydney, Jan, 2, I Monir ako Brown's PnopucE Sale, Jan. 2. I— Wool ?: N.G over J in diamond,' 18 bales 1 1 Il4d; B in diamond, -38 at Hid; ,EA, 20 at 1 13}d ; TIC, U At 14d : TEW, 17 at 14d ;W&E over Q, 12 J at 10ld ; FG, 9 nt 14 Jd ; K\V, 6 at \U£A; 1FIKLD, 21atl3id;; NSL, grease, 10G |at83d4 CC, 58 at 13Ail ;' Bin diamond, 8 at. 13Mj JP, 10 nt 12^(1 ; B, grease, 4 at 7d ; CWK, 7 at It2$d; D & B, grease. 32 at 7^1 ; HUM broken, -4. at a lid ; ...

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