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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

BIBTHS. ' ' On the 28th December, 1669, at Panbull, the wife of the Eev. W. Thorn, of a sod. . On the 2nd ftutant,' at -the Cheshire- Cheese, Ellabeth street, the wife of Edward Martin, of a daughter. On the 5th instant, »t her rettAencs/.TambKroon, the wife! of Thomaii C. Parsonage, of ? daughter, l»th doing well. i On the 13th instant, at' her residence, Ada-terrace, Jane street, Btlmaln, Mrs. TbomM SayweU, of a daughter. : On the 14th instant, at Glenmote, Mulgoa, the wife of James John Eiley, JSaq.,-of adrughter. On the 16th instant, at:her residence, Fo. 4 Bligh-street, Siydner, the wife of Mr, Binton, of a eon. . : , At the residence of ber«arents,CunpbeU's Hill, MJiiUand, Jin. T. French, of a daughter. ' ?? ilAEKIAGES On the 25th December, 1869, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, by the Ber. James roUitt, Ed™ Levis Jcrems, to JBss.M^rjr On the 8th instant, st St. Mary's Church, Appij), l)j?the Rev. J. 11. -Wilkinson, Mr. George TurnbnlL of. Bum, to ltannah, eldest daughter of Mr...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Revenue Collector Mysteriously Disappears. SUSPICION OF FOUL PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

A Revenue Collector Mysteriously Disappears. SUSPICION OF FOUL PLAY. On Saturday moming, Mr. Jolin C. HaUcy, of Oakland, Deputy Internal llevcnuc Collector of that place, came to San Francisco, fur Uic purpose of depositing with tlie United States Sub-Treasurer somewhere in tho neighbourhood of 2000 dollars, which he collected during the week. He came over on the 8 o'clock a.m. boat and proceeded to the post ttVRnf* \v1\nrn lift «lpnnR)ta/l flio mnTidli1\- r»i'»efl nfliurt account of Mi1. Yard, Postmaster of Oakland. He was expected back at Oakland on the 2 o'clock boat, but failed lo return, and has not since boon heard from. He has been quite active in ferreting out revenue frauds and prosecuting those who were engaged in them, and lus friends fear thai some of them have managed lo do him some foul injury. This, however, docs not eeem probable, as they would be unable to effect anything in daylight, even if they were so disposed. One man declares that he saw Hallcy hastening towar...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gigantic Statue found in America. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

Gigantic Statue found in America. The exact character of the statue recently discovered at Onondoga, Cordilf, near Syracuse, United States, has not yet been clearly defined. Some parties stoutly affirm that it is the work of a crasy Canadian, while the scientific men think it is a piece of statuary from the hands of a people long since extinct. Whatever it is the man who made the discovery has sold a three fourths interest for 30,000 dollars, and the concern is soon to be raised and put in a condition to be exhibited. The stone is much honey-corned by the action of the water, and the owners have not yet been able to devise breaking it. All the scientific men agree that it is a statue, and has been hiving several hundred years at least where it was found. But the country is full of stories showing that is a recent production, and that its discovery was ' a put up job.' Several sculptors have been invited to visit the spot, and their opinions will set at rest the question of its being...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Doom of Mormonism. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

The Doom of Mormonism. Samuel Bowles, the editor of the Springfield Itepul lican, recently made a visit to Salt Lake City, and has written a letter to his paper giving an interesting ac count of the present condition of affairs among the Mormons. He visited Salt Lake in 18U5 ; and this second trip enabled him to judge intelligently of the progress made there during the past four years. The Pacific Railroad does not run direct to Ssdt Lake City, but there is to be a branch road from Ogdcn, on the main line in the valley, 40 miles distant. The rail road has destroyed such monopoly of the trade of the interior settlements as was formerly enjoyed by the city, but the city itself does not seem as yet much changed by it. The valley of Salt Lake is very fertile, and some land there, on which wheat had been grown for eighteen successive years, and for two years, with out any manure, yielded this year 50 bushels of wheat to the acre. The recent speech of Vice-President Colfax created conside...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Abyssinia—Hunting up Murderers of two Europeans. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

Abyssinia— Hunting up Murderers of two Europeans. The Egyptian Government despatch Bteamer Shindy arrived at Suez on October 8th from Jedilo, Mossoway, and Souakin, having on board Messrs. Powell and Jen kins, the relatives of the lady aud gentleman who were murdered in Abyssinia a few mouths back. They have been very successful with the expedition, having man ' aged to discover the tribe who murdered Mr. and Mrs. Powell, inflicted a sever chastisement on them, and brought away the remains of their relatives. These gentlemen were lurnisned on landing at filassowan, by order of the Viceroy, with a regiment of Egyptian soldiers, but after a few days march they were obliged to send them back, as the heat was too overpowering for the men, who suffered greatly from swollen feet. On arriving witlun the boundary of Kassa's dominions, this prince very kindly placed some 3000 men nt their disposal, part of them being Kirkhara's disciplined troops, armed with muskets. With these men they at o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from New Zealand Important from the Waikato. TOPIA'S SUSPECTED DESERTION. THE KINGITES PROTECT TE KOOTI. TE KOOTI LEAVES FOR TAURANGI. (From the Auckland Advertiser, 13th May.) Hamilton, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

Later frouiNwv Zealand Important from the Waikatd. ; TOPIA'S SUSPECTED DESERTION. :v i THEKItfGFrES PROTECT 'EE KOOTI. ??'?;? ' I TE KOOTI LEAVES FOE TAUEANGI. , : {From Hit Auckland Advertiser, 13th May.) ?? i Hamilton. Tuesday Evening. . ' ;' ? We have received a telegram with the above date, furnishing us with most important .intelligence fipn the Waikato. Our correspondent's letter gtates distinctly that the two chiefs (Kemp and Topia) halted their six hundred men within fifteen miles of Tokangainatu on Saturday hist. Topia came on in company with a few of his people to ike King's Kemp and To Kooti were thus in each other's immediate neighbourhood, and an ongrigoment seemed imminent. Our correspondent now tele graphs as follows : ? Tc Kooti and his band (say 300) have disappeared, bag end baggage, from Tc Kuiti, on their way lo Pataterc, an open country near Tauranga. Since last despatch nothing has been heard of the movements of Kemp, Topia, and their 600 Wanganui natives, who ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

BERTHS. ?'''''' On the 6th Instant, at her readenee, Delegate, Mrs. B. TO1 li&ms, of a son. Both doing well. On tbe XOth imUnt,-ttt HUsboro Cottage, Cleamore Eotd, Mrs. AJoander Grerille, of » eon. ? On the ISth uutant, »t her residence, Geoige^treet, Water loo, Mis. Alfred Jonee, of a danghter. ' On the 10th Instant, at her ranidence,. 38 Palmet-street, WooUoomooloo, Hie wife of Mr. Geoige Books, of a daughter. On the IOth instant, at her residence, Musden-street, Form m»tta, Mrs.' James Burror, of r son and -daughter. On the lVtli instant, at Gibraltar, Korth Shore, the rife of W. P. Xorie, ot a.dMvhfar.^. . MAEUIAOES. On tlie 1st Noieiuber, 1809, by special license, at Sydney, William Crawford, Colour-sergeant 14Ui Regiment, to Eliza beth Bennett, third 'daughter of the late Isaac Bennett, of Paddington, Sergeant of the 11th Regiment On the 11th instant, at 45 George-street, North, by the Ber, William Leiahman, Mariner's Cuurcli, Sydney, John Bower, sergeant Boyal Artille...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

Sea Sickness. — Camphorate spirit, sal volatile, and Hoffmann's ether, a few drops of each mixed in a small qunntity of water, or upon a small lump of sugar, have frequently afforded more relief than all the variou* remedies extolled for this unpleasant sensation. The Hakds. — In order to preserve the hands soft aud white, they should nlways be washed in warm water, with fine soap, and carefully dried with a moderately coarse towel, being well rubbed every time be more effectual in promoting a transparent and soft surface. Cakvas foe On Paintings. - It is first strained tightly upon frames ; then washed with a thin glue. When Ary- it is painted with a coat of oil colour made of white lead, red lead, linseed oil, and turpentine, 'and afterwards with a second ccat, in wliich the red lead is omitted, a&d sugar of lead, with a little colour ing matter, substituted. QueeSSLAKD Wool.— During the week the Ualclutlia, Paterson, and Alexandra left for Sydney with 1101.) bales of wooL...

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DIARY.—JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

DIABY.— Jandabt 19. Sun Sun M , . H^h Water. Rises SeS Moon's Age. ? Klses. iSeta. ? Even. I Mom. h.m. j h.m. in B_ 1 h,m. I h.m. 5.9 I 7.12 1?'1 ^^ I 9.30 I 9.51 Januaby.— Last Quarter. —24th. 8h. 27.7 p.m. Ctje evening Jte\D0, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1870.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A meeting of the members of the Municipal Council of Sydney was held at the Town Hall, on Monday after noon, his Worship the Mayor (W. Rcnny, Esq.), in the chair. The aldermen present were — Messrs. Caraher, Bown, Hordern, Macintosh, Andrews, Bradford, Oatley, Green, Woods, Day, and Kippax. Alderman Cabahek asked the Mayor when the. report about the extension of Harrington-street would -be brought up. Hig Worship replied on the 31st January. Aldermau Bora put a question to his Worsliip, HOD MXXM \jt.vj WUUbllHJl J#1VJJULUU tiUK lUilll Ui. it tjy'Lixn for enforcing regulations in tlie water bonds in use previous to the passing of the Act for the collection of rates 30th Tic, No. 20?' Tlie Ma von „ id that the City Solicitor was prepar ing one that would be ready by next Thursday, but the Council had the power of enforcing the rejulation themselves. The usual fortnightly report of the finance com mittee was agreed to and passed. , It was moved by Alderman Bkadfohu, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

Tue fable of Jofe and the indolent waggoner lias rarely been more practically illustrated than in the case of the poor ' distressed fruit growers of Pennant.Hills,' a deputation from whom waited upon the Colonial Secretary last Monday, praying for relief from the con sequences of a recent hailstorm. Now, if it wprp. pninnpfiint, fnr t,lip TiPrriKlatiirA in nnsa nn Act of Parliament for the entire abolition of hailstorms, we should be disposed to think that a good case was made out for the intro duction of a bill with that object; bub the curious part of the recommendations made by this deputation was that the Government should authorise the construction of a road to the Fieid of Mars Common. At first sight it may somewhat puzzle the reader to understand how the making of a road about two miles long could repair the damage done to fruit and fruit trees by a hailstorm ; but the philosophers of Pennant Hills made it out clearly enough, at least to their own satisfac tion. If the people...

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WATER POLICE COURT. Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs. Josephson, Evans, and Tucker.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

^B WATEE POLICE COURT. BBMr- P. L Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs BM. ,Josephson, Evans, and Tucker.) «»-''(ara was fined 5s. BE , rown- for making use of indecent language ??Mand-street, was fined 5s, or in default, two ^B) v- Berry. _ This was a summons for a breach ?WnementsAct. A warrant for ejectment, to MKOtnce seven days, was ordered to issue. ?Be r \?6ill5'-— Herein Mary Norton sued BBBx ^Usflldv for an nt_-niii4- Tlio— « wnc n /trnac BBfPPfed that the women had had a faU out BET ^jnunated in a fisticuff match over the ?H- ine Bench dismissed both cases. ?Kin0/ ?0UBIJ: VoTDTC-Hanson v. Carr : In BBSth n defendant was charged with having BKm. -SLmber last voted tw'* '? foe election BBed5'»jrlerrosecutordlllBot appear, but the BBtT~i- to Proceed with the case, his absence BKSr?*-. 1Ir- Richard Walker, clerk ^?5°™ m the Colonial Secretary's office, ^K»* o?5^™1 mit for fie return of a member ^K*™ St Leonards in the ensuing Parliament, ^?'nnent of Mr. William Tucker as retunung ^H j o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

The Gbeat 'Western Railway.— It is stated that the Minister for 'Works intends opening the railway for the conveyance of produce as well as passengers to Bowenfels by the 1st February, and also that the con tractor has been called upon to finish the line to Piper's Flat in six vreeks, with the penalty of forfeiture of his contract in case such should not be completed within the specified time. Ohdbch and School Lakd Sales.— A number of 1OIB OI \-*rUWll 11U1U, l'l I'I''IJ IHUVQ W IU« VUUIbU U4M. School Estates will be sold by auction by order of the Minister for Lands, on the 21st February, at the Land office, Campbelltown. The lots to be offered are situate near the main Southern Railway line, about two miles south-westerly from Campbelltown. Those which are to be sold at Dungog are on and near the right bank of the River 'Williams, adjoining and near Clarencetowu, at Singleton, on and near the left bank of the Hunter River adjoining and near the west boundary of the Tillage reserve...

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Alleged Fraud on the E., S., and A. C. Bank (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

^^leged Fraud on tlie E., S., and H --. G. Bank ^B (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) ?B} '' 'y'er, under remand from Monday, was again ^?n ''rfore the Court, charged with conspiring Bf' m defrauding the English, Scottish, and ?BK' bartered Bank of Hie sum of £400. ??P.1' its apjTCared f or theprosecution ; and Mr. BB''u'ucted bv SIr- VfiDiamson, for the de B_~,'' ''p'esscdledwas Josq)h Salisbury. ?j? 'h.1e:;tedtoMr. Salisbury's giving evidence, M»M a passage from ''Taylor on Evidence'' in ??'f ''is objection. BK ?'?^replied, coutendiug that the law as laid BE1-,, Bissell on Crime' and 'Archbold's BCi, Ieaduig ' favoured his \-iew of the case. ??UleyrcpUed, and hoped that, if his Worship HBdoubt about the matter he would consult the BB^oeraL EBP, Scott said tlie Attorney-General was out of B_T7. now ! hut he would go and consult the ???trtneral. [His Worship then left the court, HBBot returned when we went to press.]

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STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

STEAM -X-l*&l%TI»loS Mfce proposal for the esfebuMent 01119 fHrrice between these holoniemSm l#n(l|l gjbrres' Straits, 'which W»-J^^J^^^m ?ttiteft- by some leading^SlfW^5^^ revived, and has assumed a more definite an&Stw-' GovMnmente of New Sontb. Wales, Kow Ze&wL' * — 7T j? ™y; ????I''' ~~»e, wo uuuerauuujL &groea jo eqb jnit4*-.tlftir respective Cabinets a proposition that a postal service between Sydney and England by Torre's Straits andBatavia ahouUW«nauilaJnedby these three colonies— New £ea]and to bear ,one Budt of the cost; such ' sixth, riot to eioeed 4BlO,(ioO a year; and that the cost of the service for carrying gwmaUs between Sydney ?and suon poitof New Zealand as may he agreed upon, not to exceed-fa-tiie vhole£5000 a year, shall le borne by the three colonies, New Zealand paying onerhalf.. A preliminary and provisional agreement has also, we are told, been made between the representatives of the Governments of New South Wales, New Zea land...

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Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Day and Solomon.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

?oliee Courts, This Day. B CENTRAL POLICE COimT. Hore Captain Scott, P.M. ; and Messrs. Day and ?M Solomon.) ^Hrroret Smith was charged with assaulting one IKavet Allen. Prisoner was arrested by con ^?c Robert 'Wilmott, who at the time ?c aiTC^ saw Allen lying on the footpath ^?Margarst-street blecdinj. He took her ^Bhe Infirmary. Alexander Hayborn deposed H,u Saturday, the 8th instant, he saw the coinplam ^Hismrng ajalnst ft post in Market-street nearSussex ?Et. She had just come out of a public house. ^Hndant then eame out and said 'You ? IroU B of complainant by the hair of the SB and knocked her down, and then dragged ??long the gutter by the hair. Defendant leached BKo get a stone, when witness came up and pulled ^SE°ay from complainant. Allen was bleeding ; her f&kvtis smothered with blood. Margaret Allen IflBeii that, on the occasion in question, she BB drunk, when she was struck by HE one, and became insensible. She has been HE Infirmary since the 8th instant. She wa...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAlS.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

SHIPPING. t ARRIVALS.— January 18. Havilah, steamer, Saunders, from Rockhampton 12th instant. Passengers— G. Gilfillan, W. Gardener, G. V. Bate, J. Batting, and 17 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. Hero, steamer, 705 tons, Logan, froin Auckland 13th instant. Passengers .-—For Sydney : Miss Teece, lieutenant Jackson, Messrs. H. H. Massie, A. S. Webster, K. B. Thorn, Duugkerty;, T. Lawless, Carpenter and child, Stratford, Cunningham, and 7 in the steerage. For Melbourne : Messrs. Cadnian, Fitz gibbon, H. Hepburn, Geo. Toung, Hannaford, A, Jones, and 15 in tlie steerage. Hero, steamer, from Auckland : For Sydney— 2 boxes gold, Oriental Bank ; 10 bales tow, 3. Clark ; 1 case drapery, A. fil 'Arthur and Co.; 1 case personal effects, W. Montgomery ; 30 sacks salt, 1 case jelly, Order. For Melbourne— 24 ingots lead and zinc, J. raiia and Co. ; 2 boxes quartz tailings, Newell and Co. ; 133 bales flax, 41 bales tow, 2 cases jelly, 14 bags resin, Order. January 18. BUckibrd, steamer, 530 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

l~.,- ? ;? ..-'.. STEAMERS, X, : '*-— ii it pbput Half the Ballway Batect»& I$r«B'K&W-i-iMt-7-S,lI,l,Sl'fi.- Catting at Hunter's HOI, GladesviRe, Nee Point, Byde, Hewinstea, Erarfngton, Subiaco. ? ? ..... Children— Salonn return, Cd only. .3..%^ TT K N 8* N* CQ' j^EjfjgjIgBi* Sydney to the Hunter. THIS (Wednesday). NIGHT, at U, the MORPEIH. : Newcastle to Sydney, On FRIDAY MORNING, at 10, the MORPETH. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. «ffic«a-Footo{ Market-street. q.HJjL THE AUSTRALASIAN «M«\ 1 8TEAM NAVIGATION COM jJ3jP8lKfflgSi- PANY'S STEAMSHIPS— a J m J* 'ifal To Hunter River, COLLABOY, To-inorrow Morning, Thursday, at 7. To Melbourne. fTONGA WONGA, Tliis Afternoon, Wednesday, at 4.30. Fares: Saloon, £6 ; return, £8 fis ; Cabin, £3 ; return, fS 10s ; Steerage, £1 10s. To Auckland, CITY OF MELBOURNE, on or abont Friday, 2Sth instant. To Brisbane, pLOKEKCE IRVING, Saturday Afternoon, at 2.30. To Maryborough, HAVILAH, Tomorrow Afternoon, Thursday, at 6. To Bockhampton, EOMONT,...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butcher's meat- Beef, per Ib lid, mutton l.'.d, pork 5d. veal, 3d to 5d ; lamb, per quarter. 2s to 4s. 'Poultry —Fowls, per couple, 3s to 3s Ikl. ducks 3s 6d to fin, wild ducks 4s. teal 2s Cut, geese .r-s, turkeys 30s to 35s, pigeons Is 3d to Is Cd. IiabbiU, per pair, 2s Gd to 3a; roasting pigs, each, 4s to 5s. Dairy produce— Eggs, per dozen, If. Vegetables— Potatoes, per cwt, 2s 6d to 3s 6d, onions 3s to 4s ; cabbages, per dozen, Is to 2s, lettuces Is. pumpkins 3s to us, marrows Is to 2s, cucumbers Is to 1b (id. turnips, per dozen bunches, Is 6d t» 2s 6iL carrots Is to Is Gd. parsnips Is to Is Gd beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb Is to 2s! celery Gs to 9s ; gi-ecn peas, per bushel, 5s to Gs, French l-eans ]s Gd to 2», broad beans 1b Cd to 2s. Fruit— Oranges, per ca-se, 15s, lemons 12a, apples Gs to 10s. pears 3s to Gs, greengages 12s, peaches 2s Gd to 7p, nectarines 4s to 8s, pineapples per dozen, Is Gd to 6s, watermelons 12s, rock 12s, passion fruit 4.J.d,...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 January 1870

COMMERCIAL. The Sim Francisco market report per Lizzie and Rosa, on the 16th November, was as follows :- Flour. —Tlie export demand for the present seems to be supplied. We quote jobbing rates as follows :— Superdne, per 11KJ lbs., 4 dollars 12 J cents to A dollars 37A cents ; extra, per 19C I'm., 5 dollars 25 cents to 5 dollars 50 cents. Wheat : 2000 sacks, choice, 1 dollar 55 cents ; 250 packs common, 1 dollar 121 cents. The market for choice is firm at 1 dollar '50 cents to 1 dollar 55 cents per 300 lbs. At the close, 500 sacks, common to fair, 1 dollar 15 cents to 1 dollar 35 cents per 100 lbs. Barley : iiOO sacks coast, 1 dollar ; 1400 sacks light bay, bright feed, 1 dollar 02.'. cents ; 500 fackf- choice brewing, 1 dollar 10 cents' per 100 lbs. Oats : 255 sacks light, 1 dollar 15, cents ; GOO sacks cxtn choice, 1 dollar 50 cents, au extreme figure. 'We quote good to choice at 1 dollar 35 cents to 1 dollar 43 cuts per 100 lbs.

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