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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 12.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Telegraphic Intelligence. 'IFROM OUE CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY.' Wednesday, 12.30 p.sr. NUMEROUS petitions were prosontcd to tho ' Legislative Assembly yesterday, against tho Education Bill. Attention was directed to theso flocumonts being signed by hundreds of cliildron and womon, in accordanco with instructions from tho priesthood. — Mr. Cohen moved a reso lution condeming the appointment of Mr. Garrett to tho Cit.v Improvement Board. After debate, and in dcforonce to tho wish of political friends, Mr. Garrott announced that ho had re signed tho position. Tho motion was conse quently withdrawn. Tho House was counted out on Mr. Driver's ? motion for a Select Committee to consider tho City and Suburban Private Tramways Bill. A special parade of tho police force was hold yestorday, whon a letter was road from tho Govornmont to the Inspector General speaking in high praiso of tho conduct of tho constublcs engaged in the capture of tho bushrangors. Sergeant Carroll recoived a reward of £1...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Debts of Honor." HOW THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE GAMBLED THOUSANDS AWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

' Debts of HonoiiV.' now tiie duciiess oF.^^ro^snmk gambled thousands Amis. A whiter in tlio London Temple. Bar says : — It would liavo been woll if tho Duchess of Devonshire had shared Fox's taste for no more ignoblo pursuit than politics. (But ono of the deadly sins of at siffol tipta was gambling. Fox's excesses pla^- woro notorious, and it was oqunllv i^ptorious 'that few women were so fatally addicted to~rt as the Duchess. It ruined her pea'ce of mind, and injured her character; yet the more sho suffered, yet the more sho strove to stifle her regrets by doubling her excitement. Rogers says: 'A faro table was kept by Martindale at which tho Djaclioss q,nd other high fashionables used to plav. Sheridan said tho Duchoss and Mai'tihaala hiMvigreed that whatever they won froin en^jh^ithor should bo sometimes double, sometimes treble the sum it was called,^ and assured me that he handed tho .Duchoss into her carriage -when she was literally sobbing at hor losses, having lost £1500 wh...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cremation of an Elephant. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Cremation oi'au ESeplianl. It is proposed by the managers oi tho ' Zoo : on tho Spree ' to setup the skeleton of tlio lamented elopliant ?'Boy,' . whoso- doinise was recorded a few days ago, in.liis whilom dwelling, an Indian palace, which, is one of the sights of Berlin. Tlio corpse of the colossal publio favourite was found to .weigli considerably ovor two tons, ? exclusive of ' tlio, bones, and. had to bo divided: into several sections beforo it could be convoyed'away from the gardens to tlio: furnace by wliich it was eventually consumed. Eightsfcrong men failed to lift the skin alone into a cart. 'Boy's' hide weighed. 12ewt, and was found to be an inch and three-quarters thick along the spine. It was so much damagod, howover, by the illness to wliich 'Boy' succumbed, that tho eminont taxidormists, to whiso inspection it was submitted, pro nounced itunfit for preservatioii,und declined to attempt to stuif it. Accordingly, it was reduced by combustion to ashes, aud yielded half n ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

-\TJ ANTED, a boliL BENCH , MAN, for Yt CombortoiYG/a/go Saw Mills. Apply to W. E. ELYAEAAT«wra. 'Y^ASTE PAPEB at 3d per lb. may bo Vi , obtained at tho office of this paper. : -. Ijiind in Mowra. J/ TO' LET, for a to/rJ? -x*rs, ALLOTiMENTS from :[? an l()/cro.3, on building or improvement loasos.. /FotMl particulars, etc., apply to '- / ? : ? / D. HYAM. !Quiiii'i|iiil Ilistrict ol'Wowi'a. * NOTICE TO DEPAULTEES. ? 'jVTOTICE is hemiby a^'on that all arrears of Eatos on jft'f/iomos in tho abovoinontioned Municipality, i-S^ioMlf|[ by tho 11th DECEM BEE, will bxi'ewJvUrod*l)y logal procoss witli out rospoct of p/'saus or furthor notieo. - I / M. MAEEAGK,' / - . , Council Clork. Council Chanibors, ?Nowra, 11th November, 1879V T JE X Hi JB IE 8 . HAEDWOOD TIMBEE. fST'ENDEES are invitZl'Tinlil tho 15th day of I X DECEA[BEI,:|«i' tho supply, of HAED- I WOOD TlMBErf fi Wi delivered at Nowra, ; N.S.W. Spociiyiiljtfnsyiay be obtained at tho Offico of tlio Eug/nodW.ron Company, Lowor 'Porfc-st...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Mr. Fitzpatrick in Reply to the Pastorals. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

DIr. VUseiiatrIcl( in Reply to tlic A'aNtttralN. ? ? Wn quoto from tlio S. M. Herald's oxcollont report of Ml1. Pitzpatrick's speech on tho Educa tion Bill. This portion of it is of spooial interest, us boing_tho viows of an iiitolligo'nt citizon rind a consistont Catholio on tho education Hchomo so voliomoutljrdoiidun6dd by Dr.' Yuitghun : — , Thoro -was somo controversy about tho books usod ln.our Publia schools. Thoso books woro devised by two groat prolatas, who, liko good Christians, .put tlioif hoads together to ondoavour to tido ovei^tho diiHcultios in the oducation quos tion. Thon'thoy .two 'dptqrminod upoij a com promise ;-.tli6'bnoi-''a'Itbnijim'0atlioli6- not being ablo to accgpt.tho toaching of tlio Bible givon in itio schools;- iinditlio othor not boing willing that tho Public school system should bo divested of roligious teaching. The 0110 was tho^EiglitEov. Dr. Murray, and the othor tho Eight Eov. Dr. Wlmtoly, arid ho would rofpr presently to another divino. Thoso two...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 23. From the Government Gazette, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

- MISCE^AHTBO^S. Lckcr^ From the Government (juzettl, Nov. 2o. Parties applying for unclaimed letters at tlio' Goneral Post Office are requested to give the correct numbor of letter, with the dato and niun bor of tho list in which they may havo observed ; thoir namos, as ' such roforonco will materially ' ^facilitate; delivery-.' ' Parties in' the country mak-. ing written applications, in addition to tho for mer particulars, are requested to state whero thoy oxpoct then- letters from, andauyothormforma tion tending to .prevent an unnecessary trans mission of letters. . ? SHIP LETTERS. : 95 ^M'Hwraith.Mrs., Kangaroo Mountain COUXTIIY. LETTERS. 58. Barton Mr.,; ICiama ????: - 380 BumsC., Nowra - - ?173 Ohristopher Wm;; Cambewarra ? 198 Cloaroy Edwd., Moss . Yalo . f . - ' 283 Connolly Patrick, Shoalhavon 4.16 Culbert William,' Moss Yalo 118 Dobinson Mr., Kiama 183 Dugdalo W. IS, Kiama . A 211 Dymoclc D. G.,NTainberoo . . V, 141 Erbedman AC., Torrari^'X - A' , 158 Puller T., Shoalhave...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. TO A SPRING OF LEATHER SENT ME FROM A HIGHLAND GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

jp © k ic si 4r. \ . \ TO A SPBIG QI^&aViiW ^ENT MB FROM A III G llj j A^T Tf i G I jEN . . I Thou heist come ?with tho smell of my dear native mountains \ And tales of the freshness of moorland aud lea - - From the .?wild misty glens, where m glory thou bloomest, y / X. \ A -whisper of love th®i hist brougltt unto me. 0 dear to my hcajj^re'WV swBpt pufclwblossoms, That erow 'mone tHe'\j-nHcen9™ta\curl on the braes, \ \ And hy the green banks, of the clear winding rivers, t 'Whose murmurs I hear; as upon thee I gaze. Thou hast brought me tho^fragrance of the briar and myrtle, The bright shining gaze of the furze and tho broom',' The plover's wild cry, and tho whirr of the heath cock, That sleeps on thy bosom, and feasts on thy bloom. Methinks I behold tho soft fringe of the pine tree, Tho beautiful rowan, in scarlet and greon, . And whito foaming streamlets that rib tho steep carrie, . . 'Whoso life-giving breezes are bracing and keen. ? Thou hast whispered of cot and of hig...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. [IT is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.] Sense, Energy, and Ability. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Original Correspondence.. [It is to bo distinctly undorstooWifcat wo do not idontify oursolvos with tf o™ opinions of correspondents.] Sense, Energy, and Ability. to the editor or the telegraph. . Sir, — It must bo highly nmusing to ovory koon observing sportsman to poruso tlio lottor signed ' D. Ilynm, Hon. Soo. bhoalhavon Turf Olub,' which appoars in this morning's Colonist. : Portions of this precious document would force the oxclamation what a bright star thoy havo on thoir Torrara horizon in tho porson of tho groat socrotary, whon ho faucios ho has all tho ' ' sonso, onergy, and ability,' as lie states, for tho offico. Will the community of sporting monsocond this vaunted trumpeting ? ' CORRECTOR.

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Shoalhaven A. & HI. Association. A meeting of tho Committee of tho above Association was hold at tho Greonhills Iron Storo, Terrara, on Wednesday evening, tho 26th ultimo. Mr. TV. Lovogrovo (ono of tho Yico Prcsidonts), occupied tho chair. Aftor tho con firmation of tho minutes, Mr. Lamond proposed, and Mr. J. Watson seconded, that Class 2 bo recommitted for the purposo of adding a prize for the best pen of yoarling and two-year-old heifers. After considerable discussion, tho motion was negatived by a large majority. — Mr. J. Watson proposed, a!nd Mr. M. Walker soc onded, that Class 9 bo recommitted, for tho pur pose of adding a'socond prizo of 5s to sections 1,' 2, and 3, for oaten, lucorno, and meadow hay. Carried.— Mr. Hyam proposed, and Mr. Houston seconded, that in, by-law 3 the words ' thoso lator than 9.30 may be altogether excluded from tho oxliibition,' road, ' shall bo altogether oxcludod,' etc. Carried. — Messrs. Hyam and Ryan proposed that tho prize-list and by-l...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Education Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

MSSCJBBjL ASTE4B US. ? v ? The Education SSI1I. In tho Logislativo Assembly, on Wednesday, November 20, Sir Homy Parkos moved tho sccond reading of tho Public Instruction Bill. Aftor romarking upon his personal connection with tho education question, which ho said had boon in accord with the principles advocated by him whon ho was for tho first timo olectcd a mombor of tho Legis lature, ho said ho thought it was romarkablo that it should again devolve on him, after a poriod of thirteen yoars, to ask Parliament to conio to a just, fail-, and iiboral settlement of tho question. Ho had not hastily sought to disturb tho comproniiso mado in 1866, and whon assaults had beon mado on that compromise ho had con ceived it to bo his duty to dofond it, as ho always thought it was bonoficial. In tho passing of tho Public Schools Act ho r'cceivod tho assistanco and cordial co-operation of Sir Jamos Martin, who was thon tho Premier of tho colony, and thoy succeeded in gotting it through tho Legisl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. Sir,— In tho nonsonsical letter signed by D. Hyam, in tho Shoalhoven Colonist, I think Ml1. Hyam pays you a most pleasing compliment when ho acknowledges that 'your proper sphero is that of. Prosidont ' of an Amateur Debating Socioty.' It must roquiro a porsori of somo intellect and ability to fill such a position. In tho way this qualification has boon thrown at j\ir. JiL \bean witn sucn a sneor, it appears the miter is ignorantof tho qualifications which .the Prosidont of such a Socioty is supposed to possess. I am surprised at this — howovor, I do not think Mr. M'Lean will pay him tho same complimont. , ANOTHER STRANGER.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A Curious Relic. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

' - A. Curious Itelic. A cuitious relic tg£ one of tlio expeditions which sailed to tlre&Wcst Indies under the command of Columuus lias, it is stated by a Martinique journal, been recently discovered. On tho 4th of August, 1498, a small squadron of throo vessels undor tho orders of .Christopher Columbus was anchored off the south-western extremitv of : the Island of -Trinidad. Late at uight, Columbus, it is related by .;Washingtou. Irving, - suddenly saw a wall of water, approaching towards tlio Hoot from the; south;- His: own. vessel iwus lifted up so high by the oncoming wave .thatho feared it would bo eithor su bmerged or dashed on; sliore ; wliilo tho cable of one of the other ships-parted under the strain to which it, .was-;; subjected..'' Tho crews- of- tlio' vessel- gave themselves up for lost ; but after a time the wave,-' winch it is surmised must havo been, caused' by'un exceptionally largo bodyof wqter.coming suddenly down ono of tho-'rivors ^flo'wing.. into:. Jtj...

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A Wonderful Australian Liner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

A Wonderful Australian liincr. Wf take the following from the Morning Advertiser, of tho loth September, respect ing the Orient Steam Navigation Company's wonderful now steamer Orient, which has boon built expressly for the Australian trade, and loft Plymouth for Adelaide, Molbourno, and Sydney on the Oth ultimo, being now, as sho is, adveritised to leave Sydney for London early in January. Eof erring to tho trial trip of tho Orient, tho paper mentioned says tho largo company on board had their expectations oxcitcd to tho highest pitch by tho roport that at the measured mile the Ori ont had made nearly 17} knots van; hour ; and when thoy arrived at Groenock Pier, they woro in no way disheartened by the appearance of the great ship which was; steaming up to the Tail or the Uauk, as the anchorage is termed, and which presently: dropped her four-ton- anchor and swung in stately fashion in'.' tho tideway. , Near hor was tho ironclad Hercules, of 8077 tons and 7200 horso power ono of-the...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Accidental Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

OTISCE&iBjAitfEOUS. Accidental Poisoning. On Friday evening Inst Mr. Mansfield, the drapor of Auburn-street, went into Dr. Gentlo's shop to obtniu a black draught. Tlie junior assistant at the time was making up a liniment composed of tincture of aconite and belladonna. Insten'd of labelling this first as he should have done he went to the surgery to procure Mr. Mansfield's draught. It was placed in a precisely similar phial to the liniment, and ..the two liquids being of exactly similar appearance the labels were misplaced, the draught label being put on , the liniment, which Mr. Mansfield took home and swallowed as he was going to bed. Ho romarked at the time that the draught had anunnsual burning taste, but still suspected nothing wrong. Some hours afterwards, however, he was taken so ill that a doctor ?was sent for who, at once perceiving what was tho matter applied tho stomach pump. By this and other remedial measures Mr. Mansfield's life was saved. We aro in formed tha...

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"The Armstrong Gun." [TO THE EDITOR OF THE ILLAWARRA MERCURY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

' Tlie Ai'iiistroiiK Oiiiii!' ,0 [TO TIIU lilHTOR OP TIIU II.LAVARRA MUROURY.-] I (Per favou/r of the' Telegraph. ) ? Sill,— In tlio Mercury of Novonibor 14, tlio following paragraph appeared : — ' TnE Lake Boat Raou.— The long , ponding boat race botwoon Mr. T. Clifford and Mr. AV. i ' Beach camo oil' on tlio Lako; on Monday hist. I Theraco was for £10 nsido ami tlio chanijiionsliip | of the- Lako, or l-athor tlio championship of tlio i South Coast Districts, Clifford with a pair of sculls in tho 'Shamrock,- and Beach in tho ICanahooka, . tho boats being about equal in smooth water. Tho distaneo was onco round tlio regatta course, about two miles. Thoro. was a frosli north-oast wind blowing during tho day, in eonsequoneo of which the raco did not start until 3 o'clock p.m., by, which timo tho wind had calmed^ ^down a littlo. Mr. - AV. Brown officiated as unipire and startor, and succeeded in. getting tho boats away woll togothor. Ohilord took -first water, and dashed v off : with'-...

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Aldermanic Dust Clouds. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Alderinanic Dust Clouds. The weather yesterday did not realize | expectations. On Sunday morning, and i even up to daylight on Monday, there was every indication of a day's'rain. Soon aftor I daybreak the wind got round to the wvst, and blew with great force all day. The i heat was intense, and was rendered all the more unendurable by the clouds of pulver ized corporation mud which the fierce hot ?wind raised.- Now that some ' new-blood ' has got into the Council, it is to be hoped that we shall see a corresponding improve ment in the roadways. They aro shamefully i bad at best; but the gross carelessness ? which tho Municipal Council has hitherto displayed has made our thoroughfares ten times worse than they need be. Tho largo traffic along them pulverises the metal and draws out the binding material. This detritus is carefully moistened at tho expense of the ratepayers every now and again, and goes on accumulating until our streets resemble quagmires more than anything else. Occas...

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A Gallant Rescue. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

A Gallant IScscue. As tlio steamer Minx, with a large number of immigrants, was loaving the Pericles, about 11 o'clock, on Tuesday morning, a hoy belonging- to the steamer accidentally fell overboard. His absence was unnoticed for tho moment, in consequence of the crowded state of tho', deck, and, his damrer was not observed till his cries, 'on reaching the surface of the water, arrested tho atten tion of two men, one engaged on board the Minx, whoso name wo have not been able to ascertain, and Kobert Wheeler, an immi grant, from Renfrew, Scotland. Both men immediately divested themselves of ' their clothes, and sprang overboard, in midhar bour. Wheeler was the first to reach the drowning lad, managing to grasp his clothes just as ho had gone under water, and held him up till tho steamer backed sufficiently to enable the threo to bo taken on board. The boy was in a statoiof insensibility when lifted to the deck. Tho usual restoratives wore applied, but seven minutes had elapsed befo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

? XOCAIi IWTEMilG-ElSrCJB. - Streets and Runs. — Tho attontion of parties who may be interested is directed to the Govern ment notices roforring to Nowra streots, and to tho date for payment of rout on runs, as adver tised in tho prosont issue. Correction. — Our Sydney ' correspondent desires us to corroct a mistake in his message of last week. Por ' Mr. Roebuck has boon olectod mombor for Sliofliold,' road 'Mr. Roebuck, memb'or for Sheffield, is doad ;' though neither event was mentioned in the message. Tenders. — Tho proprietors of local saw mills may notice that tenders aro invited by Mr. Onward Bates, of tho Edgomoor Iron Company (N. S. A.), for tho Shoalhaven Bridge. Tho tenders aro to closo this day weok. AVe under stand that from one to two hundred thousand foot will bo required, and it is to bo desired that sawyers will not forget the benefit that must accrue to their employers from tho expenditure of tho funds, for the work, in this district. Concert at Pyuee. — It is notif...

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SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY, DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

/ ' Second Day.— Friday, Dec. 5.' ' : : '.Tho -? mooting, was continued on Friday, 'undor favourable circumstances, though a trifle warm; '? -Thero was a slight .'improvement, in tlio, attend- I : nrteo, which included a fair proportion of -tlio i gqntlorsex. - RaeingcommoncedwiththoHurdlo i .raco, which attracted only: threo' runnors' out rof ; eight previously 'ontored.' v Fuzoe ' was con sidered a triflo abovo thoso opposed to him ; and it wns tlio opinion of many that hadTuzee not baulked at tho second liurdlo; ' tho result would -liavo been difforont. At tlio finish' Prophot (or ?perhups tho rider.) .'was -loudly olieored.. Threo sported silk for tho Mnidon Plato, and resultiid in a win for Mr. D. Hymn's ltavon. Connide t- ablo oxeitomont was exhibited in tho contest for tho Fivo Pound Handicap, which brought out a field of four starters, Tho race was an oxcellont ono throughout, tho entire field keep ing woll together, and sweopiug into tho straight, nearly all of a cluster, a...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

: Commercial Intelligence. /, [by electric TELEGRAl'II.] \ I - . .Sydney, AVodnosdayi 5 p.m. : -Lucerne is coming to hand in large quantities, i quotations for prime is from £3 15s to £4 per ton, and medium qualities- dull of sale at from £3 to £3. 10s; oaton hay £3. to £3. 10s; potatoes (now crop), from £4 10s to £5 10s; onions £9 c to.£10.; buttor, vory, diill of:sale, at from 4d to r '~'6d7por lb ; -bacon, 3(1 to 6d.; choose, 5d to Sd ; pigs (alive), 2Jd to 3d;. sucking pigs,'; 2s 6d to oa. each beeswax, 5d-to 8d por.lb; honoj% 2-Jd to 4cl ; fowls, 3s 9d to 4s per pair; ducks, 3s 9d to 4s ; goose, 7s to ,7s 6d ; turkoys, 8s to 14s; oggs, somewhat scarce and rising In price, Is 2tl ...»to ... 1 s 4d per dozen ; duck eggs, about 2d por dozen more ; pumpkins, 2s to 4s.

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