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OTHER ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

OTHER ELECTIONS. Glim Innes.—Tho official declaration of'-the', poll was mado on Saturday, aud the following is the number polled by each candidate: — Mr. Ferguson 504; Mr. E. Bennet 422; Eajority for Mr. Ferguson, 82. Burrowa.—Tho ; olection. is causing much oxcitoinont, and desperutu efforts are being made to exclude Mr. Slattery. His only danger is that his friends sup posing bis election safo will not trouble to vote. Tho railway men have received a holiday to enable them to bo present to record their votes. Mudgoo.—Mr. Richard Rouse ndres sod a largo and enthusiastic meeting at 'Hill End on Monday night. A vote of confidence wob passed, and every hand held up in his favour. Cheers were given for Mr. Rouso and the Queen. . West Maitland.—On Saturday night Mr. H. E. Cohen took his departure for Sydnoy. Ho was visited at his hotel by largo and eutbusiustiu number of sup porters, who drauk his health in cham pngno. A procession was formed und escorted him to the railway statiou, wh...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

fBiSTED Ma rabllshcd by .'Joiut WitW* IM ' § I'roprictor, o; tho 'SSifilctMi Aww"BK?f f M<j_MQ?wiiA;Wi?UniO?e?,foliaSW'} . 1 [?j , jiese?,ftt''.sort?9jrtll?!P?3ttW 1 THE 7 IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE' is entirely superseded by y tip 7 ' 7Lbc_-STiTCH: SEWING MACHINE. 7V ;7; 7 ?' AND TREADLE USE.. This. is the BEST FAMIiIy SEWltfG'>'i? ? - 777, MACHINE in the market, and: is adapted fori Jl])L_77 ? ''' '???__' every variety of sewing,: from the fi oe?t.-Vmusllii7 -v : ; NO C HOME7Se'OULD, BE7 WITHOUT " - .".ONE-'. '.INSPECTION V-NVITED. JAMES MOQ|!Evi(& Co : original make? of the" Itomo Kliii^in. 1 "^-^^?^^rPr''''^2^^'- ' .mncbine (Messrs. Johnson, Clark, & ~ : ,„.' them superior, and contains all tho, ~...., 7. ? .. .?i 7 'test improvements. '', 7. -. ' ' "'?" ? '"'"''?' ) l . ;'''"'' ! ' : ''7'"' '?? ; - >l ': : '.-' *'" '? "-;"'-??' ??'?'? ' , V- APEE1ENT,.,,.....: FRUIT iPI_J_S; .' '.'7 .' '7;7, ,'yyy' . .:'?;''..] thb : 7pT;EAOT OF FET7IT, An Elcgant.Pr...

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The Wages of Sin. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

The Wages of Sin. AND this was in a Christian land, "where men oft kneel and pray." Cases in which sad depravity is disclosed are far from being of rare occurrence in the metropolitan courts, biit it is happily seldom (says tho lelegraph) that onojso disgraceful as that which occupied the attention of the District Court bench on Friday is brought forward for investi gation, to shock the sensibilities of the respectablo portion of the audienco, and to afford delectation to, a.gaping.crowd of court habitues. "A domestic servant, yet in her teens, sued a re?pe'ctably con nected young' mau; for the. maintenance of an illegitimate Infant, whioh she carrio'd in her arms,- and.of boing she alleged he was ' the author. Sho told her tale of shame in a straightforward . manner, and it--was nyidont' hor cup bf bitterness wns-full, but it bvorflowbd. when several flippant-youths mounted tho witness-box,'and related with, un paralleled effrontery- the particulars of their evil doings.' The'case ...

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The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. Albury <T).—Mr. G. Day.* Argylo (2). —Mr. Holborrow and Mr P. G. Meyers. ?';,; Batbnrat (I).—Mr. F. B. Suttor.* ' Balmnin (T).—-Mr. J. Garrard. Braid wood (3).—Mr. A; Ryrie. Burrowa (I).—-Mr. T. M.' Slattery. Canterbury (2).—Mr. W.'-'H. Pigott, and Mr. W. H. Honson. Tho Cjaronco (I).—Mr. J. M. Purves. 1 - Carconr (2).-—Mr. A. Lynch,* Hon. E. Baker*. . ;; '- * ? ' ".'Central Cumberland (2).—Hon. J. Lackey,* Mr. A.* H. M'CnllOch.* Camden (2).—Mr T. Garrett,* Mr.-' John Kidd. " ; Durham (I).—Mr H. H. Brown* Enst Maitland (I>—Mr James N. Brunker. ? West Maitland (I).—Mr J. Poll ford., '.;.....-" ? - East Sydney (4).—Sir Hy. Parkes*. Dr. Ronwick*, Messrs. G. H. Reid and Mr H. C. Dangarf Eden (2).—-Mr H. Clarko,* Mr J. P. Garvin. . ' Forbes (2).—Mr H. H. Cookn, Mr J.Bodol. Tho Globo(l).—Sir G. W. Allen* Glen Innes (1). —Mr W. J. Fergns son.;,.. ?.'? ? ? :.'? --. ? , Gloucester (1). —Mr A. H. Jncob?.* Grafton (1) Mr J. See. : Go...

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The Game Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

The Game Laws. E. News. AN important case, bearing upon the construction of the Act for the Protec-<*> tion of Native and Imported Game, was decided by his Honor Sir Wm. Manning on Friday morning, in Chambors. . The matter arose out'of ft propooution, under which Mr. Julian Windeyer was fined by tho justices at Maitland, for shooting wild ducks on tho 13th October last, that dnto boing, ns was alleged, within the close season as provided by the 2nd section of tho Act. Tlio words of that section are, " If any person shall wilfully shoot, &c., any native gamo or imported gaino at any time between tho let doy of August and 20th day of February, next following, -or. shall use any means ? within tho same period for the purpose of capturing, &c, any such gamo, d)c, he shall bo liablo to a penalty not ex ceeding. £2." Mr. Rogers moved, on Friday morning for a prohibition to re strain tho justices from enforcing the fine, upon tho ground that by the words pf,'t...

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Cricket. ADVANCE C. C. (2ND ELEVEN) v. NEW PARK C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Cricket. ADVANCE C. C. (2ND ELEVEN) v. NEW PARK C.C. THE return match between the above was played at New Park on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy victory for the Advance in one innings and 24 runs, tho bowling of Howd proving too much for New Park'C.-O. Howe, for tho Advance,' took 8 wickets for 5 runs in tho first innings, and in the second 5 wickets for 16 runs". J. Parr also obtained 5 wickets in tho second iunings, ut n cost of only 14 runs. M'Coskcr (36) was the only plnyer who roachod donblo figures,dh either side. -Ralph Minto was tho,most successful bowler for New Park, taking aovon wickets. Following aro ,tho acores :—- Advance.—First Innings ? i R. Sol man 0, J. Hooker 2, P. Howe 8, C McCoskcr BG, J. Pnrr 8, J. Mnguiro 0, R. Southon 4, E. Dawes 4, G. Stead man 0,-J. H. Gates 5; Bundrias, 10. Total, 80. New Pauk,—First Innings: J. Charlton 2, T. Quick 0, Ralph Minto 0, Robt. Miuto 3, H. Dovor 0, E. Wild 0, E. Buxton 0, J. Dover I, J. Gould (not. out) 4,'J,; Minto 1, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

The Elections. THE progress of the elections in New South Wales (observes the Australasian) affords much matter of interest to Vic-<*> torians. In one sense the elections in tho adjoining colony are wanting in the importance; sometimes attaching to elec tion campaigns. There are fow great principles and ho definite policy at stake on their result. ' If,.instead- of the Gov ernment securing a substantial majority, as it appears certain to do, this good fortuno had fallen to tho Opposition, tho difference to the policy of the country would have been small. On almost alf points of practical importance; the opinions of the Government and those of the Opposition are very much the samo. Whether the issue were tolgive victory to Sir H; Parkes or to Mr. Far hell, the maintenance of tbe freeXrado policy undor whioh the colony is making such rapid strides in prosperity, and of the education' system which was affirmed py the legislation of lost session, 'would have been equally s...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 30TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) BREACH OF PUBLICANS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

TUESDAY, NOV. 30TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) BREACH OF PUBLICANS' ACT. ,Qn the. Bumihons. sheet Goorgo Trunloy ''was. charged by John, Murray (a half caste) with having !aliowdd persons to : uso curds in his licensed house for' the piirposo of gaming. '??; ? Thero-.bcing no- appearance ;of com-,j plniiiaiit tho case was struck ont. ...,'' . TOWER V. TOWEIt. ,;In this case dofenduut, was charged with stealing a will, but tho case lapsed ns thero was no ovidonce forthcoming for tho prosecution. , j, : .i '?'? ...BTtIAV AMSIAtS.' ''''?''? ' '? i 7 Mehry Jones, was fined '2s. Gd. and ?4a. 4d, costs for Buffering a horse to stray in,tho street. . '."'?.;. ...-',. \. John Bradstreot for similarly allow ing a cow. to stray was fined 2s. 6d. arid 2s. Od, costs. . . " : - Menry T. Sviith for suffering a' horse to stray was. fined 2b. Cd. and 4s. 4d, .COStB. ' '? i

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A New Manual for Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

A New Manual f or Cricketers. WE have to acknowledge receipt of a useful little brochure of about 100 pages, which ought to prove peculiarly interest-<*> ing to cricketers, This is " Ironsides' Australasian Cricketing Handbook," published by W. Bulldrd, 342.George street, Sydney. It embraces '' tho doings in Australasia of the Iriter-. vcolbnial and AH teams, and ! throughout Australasia, England, and elsewhere of the Aboriginal, and Gre gory's nnd Boyle's Australian Elevens; also other important cricketing informa tion." In this Handbook', too, frisquotte and the law? of cricket ore exploihed, and the whole winds up with an inter esting sommary of cricketing incidents, ? curiosities, ? etc; 1 From the latter department we extract the following, to give some idea of the information herein contained:— '. The first Intercolonial Match, N.S.W. V. Victoria, was brought about by a published challenge from Victoria to play for £500, but N.S.W. preferring, to E lay for .the h...

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The Poet's Corner. "ONLY A BABY." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

The Poet's Corner. "ONLY A BABY." "Christian Advocate." "ONLY a baby !" Softly and low. Telling a requiem, measured and slow. The sad, sweet tongue of the mellow-toned bell Voices our tears in its sorrowful knell. 'And loving-bandslny Deep under tbe nod ' ' Tho beautiful clay Whose s6ul .is .with Qod, 'While strangers to gTiel whlspor under their breath, ?' It's' only a baby'—gone to Its death." ? " Only a baby 1" "Ah Ido you not know That LITTLE feet walk whero no others can go; That sott LITTLE fingers Laid on the chorda Make magic that Sweeter, than words ? That tho touch of.a baby has magic that brings Harmonies rich from discordant heartstrings That In hor'little voice alt the melodies sweet, WbJet aro sung In the home, in unburn moct ? "Only* baby I" So Httlo a life, That no ono can teU how amid the world slrifo— The whirr of tlio loom—whore our Uvea take their form, , This little gold thread should ha7c| weaved In its Charm. yet Into theao nooks Whero secrets nro kept By laug...

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Cleanliness in Milking. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Cleanliness in Milking. BETWEEN the cow and the butter maker, however, there is a point which cannot be too carefully guarded-the way in which the milk is drawn from the cow and handled before it roaobes tbe. milk room. A very large part of the poor butter made results from the milk being Bpoiled before it is even strained. One lot of butter ~ examined, at tho fair showed this at once; it was not fit for any use as food. Somo, on tasting it, would have said, "-animal odor." Per haps bo, but not from tbe cow. If tho cow is healthy, and has good food and pure wator, there can bo no odor or . taste to the milk in the ndder nt all objectionable. Nor will' there bo if the milk is then drawn from-a well-cleaned udder, by a clean milker, in pure air, and kept away from all sources of taint. Others would have said this buttor was "cowy." Don't lay such a chnrgo to the poor cow; she did her part i'aith fnlly. Tho butter wo complain ol is not cowy; it is horsey, or piggy, or, worse yet, filth...

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A Woman's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

A Woman's Rights. Bermagui Times. A LOCAL preacher had been preaching in the afternoon at Newtown, and having accompanied one of the chapel members to his house, was of course introduced to his wife, who appeorod very glad to see him, and warmly pressed him, for a fall quarter of'on hour, to stay to ten. Ho at last con sented. While all this pressing.wns going oh, the husband wns quietly standing by, preparing to wash hi? hands and face. The good lady then went to got the tea ready, nnd it was not long before both the tea nnd lier temper- were browing ; for hearing, ;as she thought, her dearly beloved wash ing, she made for tlio little window which communicated botweon the kit chen and tho pantry where sho was, and taking advantage of his position, moro quickly than one could say "Jack Robinson" she administered tffo or three hard raps on- his bald pate, accom panied with tha exclamation, " I'll learn ye to bring them hungry preachers here to tea every time thoy couio to preach I" A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Last Quarter's Accounts. MONTHS AGO, to-day, wo issued JL some hundreds of ACCOUNTS, and up to tho precout not ono half of them has been paid. Wo must once moro request debtors to bo reasonable, and eel tie-up without delay. Argus Olhco, December Ist, 18S0. NKW POTATOES ficsh from tlio field every mor.iini,'. A vuued assortment of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, cbicliy from Tasmania. JNO. B. BOBIE, Maccuiaric-St. S-A' T"b iO BEHEARSALS— "21V every Wed- NESDAYat 8 p.m. "0.G.," every Thubs day,. at 7.30 p.m. sharp. J. T. SAVAGR, Stage Manager. ;£? A AOA TO LEND, in Sums to suit .3J'?\)U\J Borrowers. Apply to B. H. Matukws, Surveyor, Singleton, ENGLISH HAMS ON SAM, by tho undersigned, ENGLISH lIAiiS, in prime order and condition JAMES MOOBE & Co. TEMPERS. """" WANTED TENDEBS for NEW TWO KAIL FENCE at Bix's&cok. Also for BEMOVING OLD FENCE. For par ycalars, apply to '?-..'" It. A. HILL. Daloalmah, "Whittin?bam. DISCLAIIVIER. FOB tbo SATISFACTION of thoso of my ' " Protestant friend...

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Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, NOV. 29TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, NOV. 29TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) ASSAULT. James Benham was charged with having unlawfully assaulted and beaten John Glover on the night of the 22nd instant. Henry Bow was charged with aiding aud abolting. ?' Mr. J. Elliott appanred for the com plainant; Mr. A. J. Gould for both de fendants. ? . . , On tho information boing read, Mr. Gould raised ou objection- thut in the information and in the siimmons thu alleged otl'enco was differently described. Tho objection was overruled, aud tho summons being amended, Mr. J. Elliott opened the casp, and called John Glover who deposed : On Mon day the 22nd November, the defendants , came to my house betweeu nino and ten in tho evoning; thoy knockod at tho door ; T opened it and saw Benham and. Bow there; Bonham asked mo, " Didn't you tell mo that Harry Bow left Charlio Volker to como down hero to work for Mr. Crago" ; .1 said ;" No" ; ho said " You'ro a liar" ; I said " So nro you"; ho "said.." Y...

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Charge of Embezzlement. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Charge of Embezzlement. Echo.— The News says Dargin expected to be arrested before. JOHN WISEMAN DARGIN, manager of the City Bank, appeared at the Central Police Court on a charge of em-<*> bezzling the sum of £4900, the perty of tho City Bank, nnd was re manded . till Friday. It appears that the manager sent to the western branch to take over the ensh. last week, and Dnrgin handed it ovor minus £4900. The accused has admitted tlio deficiency. Dargin is. well known, and has boon connected with banking for about 30 yesrs. Since the cash has been taken over from the western branch, Mr. Seill, tho manager of the City Bank, has fonnd title-deeds and valuable shares which will nearly cover the amoiit of Dnrgin's defalcations, independently of ? the fidelity bond held by tho bank.— Echo.— .The News says Dnrgin expected to boarre?ted before. ;. ; One of tho Berlin papers, wo nro told> -mounces that Martin Luther's own copy of the Vulgate, from which he translated the Bible...

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Ink Spills. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Ink Spills. AT last something is to be done for Laycock, the brave and lion-hearted fellow who has risen superior to the galling neglect of fair-weather friends, and has by the true grit tbdt : ia in him as.ft master of hi? art, compelled tho fickle srailc? of a surface juilging public to be bestowed for hid process with tho oars. -' Little- docs Laycock owo to the patronage of friends or admirers. Yet at ,tho-present moment he stands in a prouder position than ? ever' even Trickott 1 occupied*. Trickort heat SadlerV., bat who has not been beaten by' Laycock? Only ? Hnnlnn of nil tho ccnlling heroes of tho time. And Laycock ia for him too. But the bravd felldw-who haa soiidbly retrieved Aus tralian honOrda tlio'water, ia biulkddin the hour of hid triumph by an ungenerous and 'exorbitant condition ontho part of Hanlan.; The £1000 bet standsih the way. It is very awkward to have to submit tc each aprovlso, hut haa not Laycock nobly proved his title to public support? :-Why should he n...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers) London, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers) London, November 24. A large gathering of members of the Fenian organisation has been held at Cork during the week. The object of the meeting was to prepare plans for tho celebration anniversary of ? tho ex ecution of the so-called Manchester martyrs, who Buffered doath for tho inurncr.of Sergeant Brett, and another 'constable, nt Manchester. A nnnjberof tho most prominent 'members of the gnlhorjng were arrested, and,havo: been, committed for trial. Tho proclamation declaring tho city of Berlin in a stote of Beigo, inj con-, sequence of tho' provnloncd of Socialist opinions and tho sccrot operations of tho organisation, has been prolonged, Tbo necessity for this stop is said to bo in that tho Princo Bismark refuses fo believe, in tho face of recent events at Hamburg ami other parts of? tho empire, that thoro is any sign of tho or ganisation dying a natural death. \ :.-;. Novomber ?5. ~. Considerable dieappoin'rrsjit boon expressed in Eng...

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Another Island Massacre. THE COMMANDER AND FIVE MEN OF H.M.S. SANDFLY MURDERED BY SOLOMON ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Another Island Massacre. THE COMMANDER AND FIVE MEN OF H.M.S. SANDFLY MURDERED BY SOLOMON ISLANDERS. Echo, Monday. INTENSE excitement was felt m mer-<*> cantile and shipping circles this morning when it became known that H.M.S. Sandfly had arrived this morning from the oolomon Islands, nnd tbat.tbo com ; „ „.mandrr and fiivo of her crow hrid been g^f. by the natives at v a Bmall'island Ihe Solomon Group, and that one had been wounded. , Those who wont down to Farm Covo ?aw anchored thcro the little schooner *?*;,$ had so terrible ".a lobb ; and very * ' Boon tho people wlio bonrded her brought bacj*: foil details of the outrage—an IV ul ??utrage as black as the blaclieat one Of *$$ | hundred? which have, stained ;the Sblo |?J B ihon Islands. Tho accounts given by Mr. Bradford, acting sub-lieutenant, Mr. Cou'ghlao,"fhe boatswain, and Savogo, tho ono survivor of tho.massacre,'throw T!f ArA? fullest light "on? tho On *1y fvyeclnestJay, October 13j jtlio Schooner *' wing "...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. Stations.—We note that capitalists concede a fair share of confidence to pastoral securities, and present prospects indicate a degree of stability which promises to strengthen values. It ia pleasing to learn that tho formation of a company has been proposed in England with a capital of £300,000 for tho pur poso of importing frozen meat, and wo also observe from a paragraph, which appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald ot Tuesday last, that n lottor from'the agents of the Orient lino of steamsliips, !in London, states, " Wo hope to have ono of our Novorabor steamers fitted with a freezing room for cargo." Such advices as theso ore encouraging to a oertain extent, yet denote that |tbe peoplo of the old country following! up that business onergy by whioh thoy jaro characterised, do not fail to grasp arc productive trade when it offers, jind exhibit that degree of enterprise which bus hitherto enabled thorn to turn jour re?ources to b...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 December 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. ,i a. d. a b. d. Maieo (now) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0, 2 2 Capo Barley „ n 2 2 , 0:2 4 English Barley „. 0 3 0 „ 0<8.3 Oats „ 0 2 6 „ 0 8 0 Bran „ 0 1 0 „ 01 2 Pollard ... .. „ 0 1 0 „ 0! 12 Adelaide Wheat „ 0 5 0 „ 0 6 0 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 9 „ 0 4 0 Flour, sopor., nor ton 12 0 0 „ 13 0 0 Flour, seconds „ 11 0 0 „ 12 > 0 0 Lncorno Hay... ,. 1 15 0 „ 2 ? 0 0 Oaten Hay ... „ 2 10 0 „ SO I) Potatoes „ 2 0 0 „ 0 0 0 Tallow „ It 0 0 „ 10 10 0 Buttor ... per lb. 0 0 4 ,,0,05 Cheese , 0 0 2 „ 0 : 0 4 Bacon „ 0 0 4 ,,0104) Lard , 0 0 4 „ 0 ,0 4J Honey „ 0 0 2i „ 0 : 0 8 Beeswax „ 0 0 4 „ 0 '0 C Col. Tobacco, fig,, 0 14 ,,010 Ditto, loaf 0 0 0 „ 0 10 8 Horsehair ... „ 0 0 8 „ 0:0 10 Hides, heavy... „ 0 0 2J „ 0 0 3 Hides, light ... , 0 0 1J „ 0 0 2 Calves , 0 1Q 0 „ 0 12 6 Oalf-sklnB ... „ 0 I 0 „ 0 ;i 6 Pigs „ 0 0 2J „ 0 0 8 Suokors each 0 4 0 „ 0 6 0 Eggs per dos. 0 0 0 „ 0:0 8 Turkeys ... per pair 0 5 0 „ 0 ,8 0 Ooeso „ 0 4 0 „...

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