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Extraordinary Yield of Gold by Denny & Roberts' new Mechanical Process. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

I'Dxtruoi'cHiinry Yield of (Sold by Bcimy A. ItobcriH' new Media ani ent Proccss. ( From the llathurd Times. J It has always been understood that gold associated with pyrites was hold in chemical union, and that thoroforo tho.motal could not bo liberated oxcopt by first roasting it. It is woll ? known that tlio fire process is an oxponsivo way of recovering gold from pyrites, and that in conscquoneo many good roofs havo been abandoned, To extract gold from pyrites by tho last liamod process moans a cost of two ? or thrco pounds por ton. Wo liavo a circular boforo us announcing that Douny mid Roberts, of this city, havo supplied the School of Minos. Bullnmt, with ono of thoir now machines, which will bo employed in testing samples foi- tho public. This machiiio will bo worked under tho ? managoment, of tlio bead of tho institution, who will nssajg each sample boforo boing operated an by Bio patent macbitns, in order to givo tho miner an exact account of tlio tailings contained por to...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

. : ' No:: pent up Utica contracts our -.powors'. may bo ta-uly said of ono of tlio most invaluablo preparation, of modorn timos, for its salos'aro not confined to any- particular sphere; but oxtoiul ovor all tho quarters ot tho globo.. Orders aro boing constantly recoivcd from romoto soctions; andnts oxport constitutes, ono of tho staples ol ourtrado. Circulars and pan\phlots explanatory, of :its curativosproportios liavp boon translated into all languages, and* there ix fto portion of tlio world wlioro UdolphoWoHo's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps iSjiot'known.^Auv. \ J ;sDew of the Airs. — Tho world outsido of Europo-ha-ving. discovqrod that- this /palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant oxtant, tlio ^demand for itin tlio Wost Indies, South Amorica and Australia has literally bocomo enormous. It is strango for hundreds of j'oars so wondorful /an' appotizor : and stomachic should liavo boon comparatively unknown beyond, tho Swiss fron -tiors. - and tho thanks of millions aro du...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

DISTRICT. STEWS. [l-'ilOJt OUll CWiliESrONDENT.] CamXiiewarra. The long looked for concert which has boon so, 'often postponed, : took place last : Wednesday evening. 1 Thei weather, though fortunately fine thoovoning of the cohcort, has boon vory dis agrqoablo, almost a' continual rain for tho last two months,; so that the state of tho roads may bo more easily imagined than described. . ' 'Qwing; I presume, ( to tho bad stato of , the roads, the dttdndaiico'at the concert was not by any moans 'so large as might be expected. The programme ;for tho occasion was pretty fair, although I ;think it might havo boon improved; but as the {object for which tho concert was got up is looked on by somo peoplo as a kind of charitable ono, namoly, the Helipol of Arts, I prosumo it would not bo right to -find fault. Still it must bo plain enough to those who selected tho pro gramme that somo of tho pieces woro a failure, whilo I bolievo there woro somo fiuo pieces dis carded; such for instanco as ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

SUoalhaven Siilpping KntelUaencc. I ?ARRIVALS. April 21. — Hlrvwnrm (s.), from Sydney. . „ 21.— Our Own (».), from Sydney ; Illawarrn («.), from tjydncy. „ 2G.— Fovmoaa (ketch), from Jcrvis Bay. DEPARTURES. April 22.— Our Ovm (a.), for Sydnoy; Iltownrm (s.), for ay-3l,7y*23.— Pmmise (ketch), for Sydney ; Jloyeim (reliooner), . forSydney: Caledonia (schooner), for Sydney; 'Wong 'Wong ' (achooncrj, for Sydney ; William and Alexander (ketch), for ? Sydney. M 20.~IllawuTa (».), for Sydney.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

;Elli»w«irra. Steam Jfc'avisation Com pany. stUj i m Kit's runA. i nr. /?:, J£jl 11 0 Jr. ? S 11 0 A L II A V 13 N, jH'oiMlayi-O a.«». Wwr^lay,, .8 FROM SYDNEY, ^Tuesday suk- S'Vialiiy. al .22 gs.isa. 1 I ' 1 , v All meals supplied dnring tho' passages 6f tlio, ; , ?steamers I'rco of charge. , . , .r. Tho Steam Dioghn-,, uutloi elim go ot Captain Buchanan | aio alway!- plying on tho Shoalhavon 'llivor in connection with. tho Sydney, stejwiers.,. !-u 13. MANNING. ^ J5) (' 0 1 3 EsS 1 } «S3SfiS T&issi oSi 3A .,:, Chiirtered BSaitSt. A BRANGU of tin's Hank is now OPEN at 'XL. 'XOAYliA, Slinallmvon, in temporary ?? '-? 'promises; lor tlio' transaction ol ^all usual bank- , ins bui-iue-s. i' - ' ' JOHN DOAYL1NG. i' t' !? i ? ? '? Manngor. 'Sydney, olli Juno,' 1S78. ' _ . Wauatfaial'to Bb« Msawwsa. ? , ' ? ? ? ? I 'VST JONES, ? Collins-street; Kiama, ' lias ? ' fyV ? Horses and Voliic.lefi KOll HIRE.; ? lie' is propared to run between .Wollongong and Ulladulla. ' 8 Also, that lio ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

NOTICE. THE ACCOUNTS in connection with this Journal are NOW ISSUED, and tho Pro prietor desires tho favour of an EARLY ADJUSTMENT. Tho Subscription Accounts, in some casos, cover a period of thirteen months, being from the. 27th February, 1879, to March 31st last, so as to bring the torm to tally with tho . quarters of the y^ar. To (Inr Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal, not receiving tlieir paper regularly, will oblige: by ??? promptly communicating tho fact to the prp : prietQr, at the office of this paper. Appointment. 11 /I R. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numba, . l\L Shoalhavon, has been duly . appointed AGENT I for tho Shoalhavcn Telegraph .and Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing received through him will bo promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription on account of either of tho abovomon tioned Journals will be a sufficient discharge. JOSEPH WESTON, ? -?????? ? - Proprietor . Independent. iuu\ The Telegraph. , ? ??'?._ Independent Office...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

Gardcncrii' Calendar. APRIL. Kitchen Garden. — Lot tho vacant ground bo prepared for planting, by digging up and ?well manuring. Sow lettuce, onions, broad beans, radishes, mustard, and.cress, &c. Earth up celery, cliosing a dry day for tho 'work. Bods for cabbage, cauliflowors, &e., should bo got roady. Tho. host hoads of cabbago should bo selected and planted out for seed. Asparagus beds ?will requiro looking to, by removing decayed stems, and keopmg down all weeds. Thin out to suitablo distances carrots, turnips, . &c. Potatoes will need earthing up. Flower Garden. — Attend principally to tho ' planting of bulbs, arranging thom in bods according to taste, avoiding overcrowding. To wards the end of this month tho propagation of tho majority of flowering trees and shrubs may bo profitably effected by cuttings, slips, and by offshoots or divisions of tho roots. Borders for beds can now bo made ; tho choico of plants depends entirely on the taste — dahlias, la...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. Three Kisses of Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

PO'ET-RY. Three Kisses of Farewell. ? By A. K. W. ? Three, only three, my darling, -- Separate, 'solemn, slow'; V Not like tho swift and joyous onesv We U8ed to know, A ; \ When we kissed because wb lovcd^eateh other, Simply to taste love's sweet, And lavished our kisses as the summer Lavishes heat. ; But as thoy kiss whoso hearts are wrung Wlion hope and fear are spout, And nothing is loft to give except A'sacrnment! First of tho tlireo, my darling, Is saored unto pain ; : Wo havo hurt each other often, We shall again, Whon wo pino because we miss each other, Alid do not understand How the written words aro 80 much colder Than 'eye or hand. ?I kiss thee, dear, for all such pain Whi6h wo mav givo or tako ; Buried,' forgiven before , it comes, » i- For. our lovo's sake. \\ \ Tho Second kiss, my djjfliiig, \ \ Is fulVof joy's sweet thrill ; \ ^ Wo have blessed each other always, Wo always will. , \ Wo shall reach until wo fool each other Beyond nil time and space : 'We shall listen ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

GOOD GIIUK^K LE, at y.Ul por pound. ' JAS. Greenhills. LOST, on tbfi) ryfli near Nowra, aiK ENAAIELLMD/ffiLN. TEN SIHL-. ' LINGS Bowanl'^-iMie pauHit Moss' Hotol. To Whom it May Coiicea'ii. V ' TB^HEBE is now. ami husiocn for tho last ten JL days, runnl® oil ni^rJarin, at Budgong, a Chostiuit MAl{EVa.b(|ut \i hands high, which tho.ownor may lV pivm»g oxponsos. J HIN It AND ALT), ? . Budgong. ?; Tcmlcri Invited.: . : rpENDEBS aro in: itod/or tho ERECTION : i. of a STONjf)! o ? VfllOK BUILDING in- ' Nowra, noar Noiyli-sf ?ecf. Plan and specilicul on ready aftor tlio lOtli ? instant. Apply to / : I II. MOSS, Z . Central Hotel. . , ? Farm to JLet l»y Temlcr. , j/ TENDERS aro in^ted to-LEASE,'for:a term ? of sovon years, a EABM, at Currumbone . Creek,' consisting of -40J- Acres, ? with 'a pre-, omplivo right of/t3hid adjoining', known as '? Stuploton's.. Eariy; . -.Mo land is sub-divided into paddocks, niion^ioi/ is»C houso: and other ? buildings ereete(fflierem/| J - - Tenders,- stating...

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Original Correspondence. Groundless Charges of Neglect. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

l&a'igijiatJ Oomi^tondencc. ftfroiimlless Charges- of Meglcct. ? TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. Sir, — Tho' letter haying rcSerenco to myself, signed Jainos Monaghnn,' appearing in your' issue of tha 22nd instant, contains statements so unwarranted and groundless, that I shall troublo' you- with a few remarks in roply. He states that his time is so limited that' he cannot go into1 details, but can only state a fow of the causos of neglect with which ho charges- me, and I sup pose thoso ho mentions must of courso bo tlio most sorious and flagrant of thorn' all. I will notice them in tho ordor in which thoy aro given: 1. Ho says thero is the public wharf at iNowra. .JNow. as an aluennau' lie ought and must know that this is a matter to which I devoted a good deal of timo and attention. Whou tho Hon. J. Sutherland was in offico, ho pro mised me that the' amouut solicited for this pur pose should be granted, but tho fulfilment of that promise was deferred for soveral reasons I ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Cable SHB-eSiis«nco. ??..??!?.....: (b'rom lhc Ihruld.) . ..Loudon, /pril 27. . Lord Coilingford, formerly President of the ' | Board oE . Trade uuder-Mr. Clladstoiio, has been ?appointed to:,succced'i;Siiv:;,Honry.:.Layard . as, British Ambassador, at Cbnstantinoplo.:-.. - ? ; - ; , - Tlio ?? annual mooting of :? tho Oriont -Steam Navigation Company took place to-day, when a dividend of. 3 por cent-was doclarod lor tho past, year, inaddition to tho 6 per cent.. profits carriod to tho rosorve. ? ? . -' The Chainnaa in liis.spcooh nnnounco'l thiit, tho sto.uuors ot tho ; Conipany :aro about to bo completely . fitted'with machiuoryifor produfcing: cold by -tlio dry-air process,', with tho viow ofi onabhug tho Company to carry meat . on ' freight: fbr' all comers, in tho ? samo : way as ordinary cargo. - , Tho Chairman furthor announcod that it was -intended to increase; the capital of the Company ? to ono million sterling. ] I ^ April 28. ?;,.;:Earli,'Granvillo: (Socrotary.. of , 'Sta...

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How to Restore the Apparently Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

, .How to Itcstorc tlac Aiumrciit y Itrowncd. ?Mn. , Eobeutson, -M.B.O.S.v gave a sorios- of practical demonstrations of mothods of restoring i , the apparently - drownod,; at j tlio St. 'Kildiv Towni i .-Hall- on April 27. Ho c6mm'oncodi'(8ays;itho Argus J by describing tho ?? appoaranco of a i .drowned; person— or; a porson;: thatiis'- tor say;: 'whose death , is causod by asphyxia in the wator, ?itnd not by ' a blow or othorwiso.': Ho explained : that, a porson -could not. romain, submorged in tho wator. for moro than a minuto or a lninuto , and :a, third.: ,! Pearl-divors had in raro instancos boon under water. for 70 seconds, at a timo, and tlion , at a 10 isidorablo risk. ' ... Heading tho ,'racoininondations of;, tho- Victorian 'Humano Socioty ono by ono, tho lecturer .illustrated- thorn -by 'oxporime ts oil a 'living subject' and by l oforoaco to largo'ongi'avings. and explained tho proper modo of drying , tho body of ono just roscned f 'om tlio wator aud;tho means ot restor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

. It is said that Mr. James (rtMnwooV momhor' tor Bast Sydnoy, will ba tho MmistoXfot Educa tion under tho new EducatflJlTAcC. V .. - - PitOM; . tho vson ot . a prominent 'ciiizon in Washington to a pretty girl ' I wansyou to -come '--around to our houso if you can't get any body to1 como, around -to your-house and:fetch you ; around to our houso, I will come around to yourliouse and fotch you around to our houso.': . An Ainoncan nowspapor-wntor; is only too ipleased ? to catch a brothor tripping. -, Whon ono-. ?'?journal; talked iiVits losing' article' of ^ thundor,' a contemporary, politely desired to know if . that had?. any/.. affinity to ' greaaod 'lightning,':, forcing the explanation that by a typographical orrorr '' muttered £hunder ' was tho articlo intended. j : The. Man who Yonds or VnipiirtsV— As many do, : an imitation or countffl(foit\ of V populai medicinal cordial druuk b^tuSusfiniR^Vlcuowmg what ho vends -, or imports to lie ? a pornicious articlo, deserves summary ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

IIT ..O-- 'TP '-Jt-'C' JB V ? THI3. ACCOUNTS in connection ?with this Journal aro NOW ISSUED, and the Pro prietor desiros tho favour of an EARLY ADJUSTMENT. The Subscription Accounts, in somo; cases, cover a period of thirteen months, being from the 27th February, 1879, to- March 31st'last, so as to bring the term to tally with tho quarters of tho j'ear. ? ' To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will .-.oblige by promptly, communicating tho fact to the pro I-rietor, ajt':tho office of this papor. Cdr Meetings to foe Held. Terrara L.O.L. meets Friday, May' 128, at 7.30 p.m. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, miSqt at Temperance Hall, Torrara, Tues day, 18tli May, at 7.30 p.m. Good Templar's Lod-ro meets at Nowra on . Thursday, May 13, at 7.30 p.m. ;®|e ®elepajj|, AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning . ny?.-.- ? . ? ? . ? THURSDAY. MAT - 6, 1880.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Good Templars' Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

GJood Templars' .Entertainment. - The entertainment in connection with tho British Lion Lodgo of the Order of Good Tem plars, recently organised at Nowra, came off, as announced, in tho Band Boom on the ovoning of Wednesday, tho 2Sth ultimo. The weathor was fine, and though tho actual programme had not boen advertised, a largo gathering of tho order loving residents of Shoalhavon was present — a circuuistauco which speaks well for the growing popularity of tlio Good Tomplars' institution in this neighbourhood, and for so much of tho evening's proceedings as had been announced.. Mr. John M' Arthur, W.M of the lodge abovo mentioned, o -cupiecl tho chair, and in a low pre liminary observations statod tho object to which -tho proceeds of tho entertainment wero to bo .dovotod,'viz.- the purchase 'of an harmonium for: tho lodge.' After Miss Glanvillo (Nowra) ' had rendered Ton the ' harmonium— a very superior one kindly lont for tho occasiont by Miss ? Glan villo-^d 'seleotion, ; Abyssini...

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Important Decision Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Importaiit Kcci^oiYltclfttiiig to: K cn syWeV-,.-\ The Trado Protection Society, on Monday last sued sixteen . of their subscribors for nrroars of subscription to their papor. , Tlio defendants admittod;that tlioy wore subscribors, but refused to pay- tho, amounts sued- for, alloging by their attornoy as a dotenco that tho paper was sent to thom after they had givan notice to -tho .pro prietors .to- discontinue souding. samo to thom. -Tlio plaintiffs, by their , attorney, -Mr. M'jVrtliy, contoiulod. that tlio defondantsovcro liablo, as at m arrears, in -their subscription^ aud that his clients could iu faco of that notice continuo send ing tho papor until all arrears wore paid. In support of his ? viow he roloned the court to several authorities on tho '-matter. The Polico Magistrate, aftor hoaring tho attorneys on both ? sidos, / sustained: the viow of tlio phuntift's attornoy, and gave a vordiot for tho amount in oach caso, togothor with witnesses' oxponsos. — Fruman's Join nal. \...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

The disgraceful bandying wliicli took place : : at tlio annual licensing; meeting of the metro- 1 : polis,1 v 'between justice and justice, and ' .between- the paid advocates of certain . /promoters of public immorality and certain members of tlie Bencli was of itself sufficient to illustrate some of the glaring defects of tlio present Licensing Act. If tlio ternis of ?the' law were explicit as to tlie character of - the porson who should be allowed to cater ior tho public, there could be no necessity, ior such disgraceful cavilling as -was wit- ? ? nessed at the 'Water Police Court the other day. Some of tho persons wlio applied for ? .the' renewal of their licenses had .boen fro-: ? nuently convicted under the Publican's' Act, and yet with all tlio blandness of injured mnocencos andbytheiradvocates, tlioyfought for their assumed rights, with a .rag-fair ; importunity that did not reflect credit, on some of those engaged by the license soekr -?: iirs. The attorney., und oven the so...

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TUESDAY, MAY 4. (Before Messrs. H. G. Morton (Chairman), and John Glanville, Js.P.) STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

....... Tuesday, May 4. ? (Before Mossr5. H. G: Morton (Chairman), and John Glanville, Js.P.) ; ' STEiVLING HIOM THE PERSON. . Charles M'Lachlan, ah' as Patrick O'Laughlin, under arrest and on remand from the previous Thursday, stood charged with having , stolon from the pprson of 'one Peter Nord, on tho 28th ultimo, two pounds sterling in notos, and a bank deposit for £15. Sergeant Griovo deposed : I arrestod . the /pri soner on tho 28th ultimo, and upon lodging him in the lock-up I searched him and found in his pocket two £1 notes on the Commercial Bank of jncw ooutn waics, wnicn notes x now produce; shortly afterwards I arrested another man, and upon searching him, ho said he should havo had in his pockets two £ 1 notes, and in consequonco of what ho (tho last arrested per son) told mo, I charged the prisonor with tho ofEbnco of which ho is now arraigned ; I cautioned tho prisonor in the usual way, and ho said tho notes were his, and that ho got tliom from one Mr. Tate, at Moss Y...

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The Brain. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Tlie lirain. A siNOULAii and iuterosting locturo on tho ' Physiology of tho brain,' rivalling, if not surpassing in scientific intcrost, tho famous loeturcs of Professor Huxloy on protoplasm, as developed in tho organisms of plants and auimals, has recently been dolivered in Paris by: Doctor Dolamonte, an ominont medical gontleman of that city. During the siege of Paris, Dr. D. had ns a patient one April Mono, who was wounclou by a sabre cut by which a portion of tho bono of tho skull was cut clean off, leaving part of tlie corobruin uninjured and exposed to viow. Dr. Dehmiont.o carefully tropanncd tho wound, and had a strong glass plato deftly iittod into a' silver rim aud adapted to tlio size of tlio : wound, mado and affixed to tho patient's skull,- leaving tho working and operations of tlio brain visiblo' to tho oyo of , an onlooker., v Dr. D.. then procured ono of tho most ppworful /magnifying glasses, and; when tho pntio'ut was sufliciently rocovored, mado a- series of -observ...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELEOTItIO ..TELEGRAPH,] Flour, £11 to £12 .per ton ;? household, £10 10s to £11; seconds, £9.1 0s ; lucorno hay, £4 ; second quality, £2 15s to £4 ; oaten luiy, £4 ; wlieaten hay, £3 10s to £4, scarce ; Warrnnm bool potatoes, £2 10s to £2 15s; onions, £3 ; maizo, 2s 6d to 2s 9d per bushel ; buttor, in keg, lid to 9d por lb; .eggs, Is 9d per dozen ; bacon, 3d to 8d per lb ; cheese, 3d to 7(1 ; ; ham, lOd to Is per lb ; fowls, 3s por pair; diicks, 3s 6d to ?Js; geeso, 7s; c6ck:turkeys, 12s ;' hens, Gs por pair. The WniAT Mahicet.— Good samples of all kinds of wheat find buyers, whilst inferior samples are neglected. Prices are— for Adolaide wheat, 4s 8d por bushel ; Sydney wheat, 4s 3d to 4s 7d ; Victorian, 4s 6d ; Liiuiicoston, 4s 6d : New Zealand, 4s 3d per bushel. — Evening News.

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