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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

IMP0UNDIN08. At HInton, on the 12th Juno, 1857, by W. M'CIr monfct— Brown pony, two white marks on facn, no brand visible; dninngi-s 5s. Also, on the 1 G th Juno, by U. Lloyd; ilnmngOH Is Od per bend: — Whito mnrc, C over H on near shoulder; white horse, no brand visiMn. If not reloased on or before tlio 2Gth July, they will be fold. At Clnrcnco Town, on the20th June, from Onkendnlc; — Strawberry cow, apparently unbratidcd ; damapes 5«; stinwberry steer, TM near rump; damages 9d ; straw berry steer, like WM near ribs, off en r marked ; damages 5s ; whlto heifer, like S near ribs, 0 near rump ; damages fist red row, 1SH off ribs j damages 5s. If not released, will be sold on the 13th July. At Now Krcngh, on tho 20Mi June, 18.17, from Ma nitnbah run; damagos and driving 9d each Straw- berry cow, nnnr ear innrked, JK off rump, two heart brands near riln, a red aud wldto male calf by hnr side unbranded ; red and white cow, snail horns, like W neat rump, a rod and white hciferealf by hor...

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Government Gazette. TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor General's Office, Sydney, 16th June, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

«ffiobc vuiitrm ©torttr. TITLU DEKDS UK.VDY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor Oeucritru Offico, Nydnoy, ltfth Juno, 1857. Tho dcodfl spccihcd in this list being ready for delivery on payment of tho authorised foo (to tho gtankcH or their agouti duly empowered), it is ror|uo«tod that early application may he mado lor thom at thin office, Autho rities must bear the Higunturou of the grnutocB, attested by a magistrate. Tho fovtt nro according to tho Hcalo nt tho foot of tho lint. Tartioa apply tu? for death nr« pnvticuhirly riMiuostod to stito tho nninbci'H placed agaiuat tliuso they may require. 'J77 Armstrong .Tohn, Churchill, 82 acres S rnodn ?I7f- Andrew.** William, Northumberland, 17 acres 480 A(iam« George, ditto, 2 acres perchoH 4Ql2, 4S3 Averv George, ditto, 20 acron each 484 Andrews Jamon; UlouccHtor, 46 acres 403 Andrews William, Northumberland, 9 acres 2 roodH 20 porchoft m Allen William, Moonbi, 2 roodn 1450 Hell William, Macquarie, 47 ncrcs 1451 IJIoomflohl Jtobcrt, ditto, 41- nororf...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—SATURDAY. SITTINGS IN BANCO. (Before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dickinson.) M'DOUGAL v. RALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

LAW INT E LL1G EN CE. SUPKBME COURT.— Saturday. | Sittings in Banco. (Boforo the Chief Justioo and Mr. Justice Dickinson.) II IlOUOAJ, V. I'.ALES. This -was n motion for charge of veutie in a sqnaUing action, being n crifrS-nctiou against tho dufeuduut, who Iind l.iid his vuuuoiu Sydney. Ill thu present uuiiou tho venii-i vfal laid at Jliiitlaud, aud the defendant moved to change it lo Sydney, upon tlio ground tint lie could not ohtxin h fair trial at tbo formir plnca ou nccouut of cer ium prejudices moro u*ioi,iii|$ u^.Mini, miu. The Attorney-Oeneral, the Solioitor-Uencral, and Mr. Isaacs appeared iu support of the motion ; Mr. I'Vucett unil Mr. Butler against it. Their Honors discharged the rule with cost?, without hearing tin: plaiutills couneul, upon the ground that the affidavit moved ou did not show sulfioiont grounds for uhauging thu venue. scani.ok v. cnnrsiiAN and others. Tliij wiih a demurrer to plaiutiir* declaration upon a builiiinu contract. Mr. Meymott appeared in supp...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. ELECTORAL REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. EM-X'TOKAI/ IlBKOItM LHAOUK. At a meetiiiK lielu on Monday Inst (it. Campbell, Rs-]., in tin: chair), the following rc.solutiom utid petition wero unanimously agreed to : — 1. That iu tho opinion of this meeting tho present Electoral Act, is unsound in principle and unjust ill operation, and requires reform. 2, That in tlie opinion of this meoting, equal electoral | districts bnnm oil population, is thc-just principle of reprosentntion. I !j. That in tlio opinion of thin meeting every free male subject of her Majesty, being of age, and resident in the colony six months, ought to exorcise bis right of fran chise in the electoral district in which he resides, 4 That this mooting do resolve itself into il league for the purpose of speedily securing electoral reform hy all legal and proper exertions, in accordance with the reso lutions. To tho Honorable tho legislative Assembly (or Council) of New South Wales, in Parliament asBembled. Tho Petition of the undersigned...

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THE SYDNEY PRESS ON THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

TIIU SYIJNKY PRliSS ON THE FLOOD. It is gratifying to learn that tho griat llood in the Hunter llivor district has done so little abiding mischief. It id frequently seen that individuals breast tlu-ir way through a sen of alHictions that might be supposed too much fur human strength, and revive from the shock with a more elastic vigour than ever. So also of com munities. The sweeping desolations of wnr aro soon i- II. t-- o 1 1 not less by tho renewed verdure of the soil than by tho rebounding energies of Industry nnd commerce. The terrible conflagrations which in n few hours destroyed half the eiiy of Sail Francisco were no soouoi- extin guished than L I -0 ruins were covored with now streets of pal.iccs. A nd in the cuso of the Hunter Itiver settlers, we can believe from the tenour of the latest net-Mints that many of the ituiTeicrs are surprised tliut they have Hufl'ored so little by the inundation which so recently threatened to overwhelm their whole disirict, and that, prolitin...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

ORI&INAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ I !'e i lo not identify nitrtdiiea with Hie opinions exprimeil by our Correfjiolidents.'] To tht Editor of the Northern Timet. Sm — I Hliould feol oblignd if you could Hpayo mon|inos fur Iho following rumnrks on our Into public iiiw!tinjf, hold ill. (ho School of Arm. Ibr tlio roliof of thu nufl'erorn hy iho Into onlnmitoiiH llood. In tho report of the Mnltland Flood Itoliof Coinmiltoo tlicy rxtii'i'dtl ilieir unuiiiilifiud approbation of lliogiilluut conduct of thorn giiitlumon who rendered iishihIiiiioo hy bonis, 8:ti., in lnniiy iiistnnccB l'mUiiiR Ibeiv Uvea,! ivnd lil'torwiuds tho llov. II. Cliapiniiii lnovcil the third reso lution, ' that this inutliiin tciuU'VH tlio tliaiikii of tlio pulillo to tho.Hi! lirnve und phi latftli rojtiu men,' Ao., itc. Tltiu wiib Hoeoniied by tho Itov. 13. Grlfllth, ami wno cairlod. I was surprised Unit there wns no ninend men't ii f or enuli of thu »peiikor« Iind (old tlie iuootlii|{ thu'. I Ik- ciisoh or nctiml...

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NEW PUBLICATIONS. "THE MONTH:" A LITERARY AND CRITICAL JOURNAL. 48 pp. demy-[?] Sydney: J. R. Clark. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

NEW PUBLICATIONS. 'Tiie Month:' a Litkrauy and- Critical Journal. ?18 pp. dcliiy-Svo. Sydney : J. It. Clark. Tub first number of this new publication has just reachod us. .It in edited by Finnic l'owlur, and, as a matter of course, is Fowkrian til over. It couiiins sevir.il papers sufficiently ivn.lwiitti n to repay perusal, and is evidently an improvement upon most of the fe.ri.ds which haw emanated from the Sydney prn«B. An .-.r:iclc entitled ' Art Ivlucation in Australia' is valuable, n it so much on account of tlio original ideas (Oia.-iiue.l m it, ns on account of tho quotations with which it is inters poised. The original pari. ol' tho article is nn attempt to prove that we ' young Australians' a ' c altogether destitute of *' rndimcntal training in ovory depart mint, of -?Kstheties.'' A sketch of recent publications, cnt'tlui 'Tho World of Hooks,'' nnd which has evidently hem compiled from English magazines and rt-vic.vs, attempt! to givo tho colonial reader a glimpse of the ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SOUTHIinN DISTRICT. (From the Yam Courier of Haturdmj.) Earthquake. — Sovural rcancutjibli! [urticn aflirm thifc Tuesday morning luftf, nuour. thice u.uiM u Hlight shook of earthqu ik.i trus folt ill Van aii-t narrouiidniy euuuU^ Mauy of our towumou hoviug jocularly ex prvRiiRil (lirt:ipp»i nt iii.ui r. tint r,hi- Cii-rmxu nHtroiiomnrV protl icLion -if thu ilMt.runtinn of t ho ourth tmd tint tmnii ['ultlllcd, \roru rtit.fnir Hiurtlod tlio occtHinti, l-y hfinj,' nroiiHi'il from thoir lumciifiil Bluiiiliorf. 'I'lio -j mm? , ttniv i tlion^Wt, lnwl nn.-nrui)1y coino ut liwt ; bill. \ik woiidoifnl ' lull'' hud imircly hriwlmd Homo out-of-thc-miy [lortion of mothur c.arfh. (iliNDAiioi),— I Imvo notliinj.' of 'mnoli inipnrtnncn l.o ooiiiiiiiinio il' thin woi k. Tlio ivimthur Ii ib Ixjcii vory iinf ivournlilo fur whunt powin/f, hb (ho Rottlor^ cuiutol jr.* on with [dou^hin^ oporntionn. 'J'ho ory for rain ^I'tioriil Homo limo Hnoc ; init now it in tlio rovornn. Wn huvi...

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THE FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

TUB FLOOD RELIEF FUND. The following 1.4 a portion of-a letter received by Mr. F. ('tirrey, of Hi^h-strcet, West Maitland, from his father (Mr. W.Currcy) who is now in S;.ducy. Sydney, Thursday, four o'clock, p.m. \Va started from Newcastle last evening at five o'clock, and f!Ol safe in at half-past eleven o'clock at night. The first ncw.s heard this morn wig was lhat no meeting on account of tho Hunter River llood was to bo held in Sydney, it h iving been repre sented that the ilhtrtws was not more than (he Malu landers could manage anions themselves, and some ono ventured to say that if mouey was s.nt from Sydney there was .1 chance it mi^ht be rctunio-l. This impres sion whs made upon tho minds of pernonB here by some pers n.fl intimately connected with Mailland ; however, we (that Is Mr. Thackeray and I) callcd upon several gentlemen during tho morning, and obtained frmi tiie Hon. D. Cooper, Mr. Piddington, X'-l : Air. Weekd, jCIo; Mr. XO^an, £,?; and their promise to recommend ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LATE FLOOD—PUBLIC MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 THE LATE V'hOOl)— lM'Uhir MEETING AT Til E ?SCHOOL OK ARTS. I (Cnnrhnhtl from mtr tad.) Iho Nov. It Chapman moved tlio third involution — - | Thnt this meeting cordially tenders the thanks of th? pulill,* to tho«e hr.ive nml phllanthrnpie men who rl*kr-l their lives to rescue their Mlow-crrntmei from n watery grave, He had been u long timo in Maithnd, hut on no previous occasion had he npp ami on n public platform nxcopt to advocate sonic causo connected with thiit interest which j iind peculiar r'niuis upon his servient. I ho advocacy of nil political movements an 1 all purely civ i ^ ones ho left to other and abler hands, Ho did not consider il a part, of his duty to nlt-nd to such m ilters, hut rather con sidered it. to he his iliitv to confine himself to those things that periatnefi to his vocation, The present cuhc, how ever, wa* very different from others. Tho platform on which they lud met wuh a very brond one, nnd tho object war .such n»- to call forth ...

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LIST OF CASES RELIEVED BY THE FLOOD RELIEF COMMITTEE, JULY 1sT AND 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

LIST OF CASES RELIEVED J5Y THE FLOOD | 11E LI I2FfcC0M M IT TE E, JULY 1st AND 2nd. j £ 8. d. £ a. d. 11 — M. W ? 3 0 0 81— R. S ? 2 0 0 22-J. II ? 5 0 0 32 -P. T. ? ? .2 0 0 «8-N. M'F ? 5 0 0 75— J. L ? 10 0 0 f-7-II. M ? 5 0 0 83— C. S. ? 10 0 0 23— J. T ? 2 0 0 8t— J. 0. D ? 5 0 0 58— J. M'D ? 4 0 0 122— S. M ? 1 10 0 30— S ? 3 0 0 94— A. S ? 8 0 0 28-T. 0 ? ? 5 0 0 .92— J.-N. ? 5 0 0 0 — L. L., widow 3 0 0 90 — W. 0 ? 5 0 0 35 — Mrs. M., do. 25 0 0 137— J. W ? 4 0 0 118— J. II ? ? 3 0 0 05-J.W. ? ? 3 10 0 131-N. 15 ? ..2 0 0 91— J.J ? 5 0 0 132— Mrs. L.,wdw 2 0 0 5— A, M ? 0 14 6 31— it. M'G ? 10 0 0 43 — I. T., widow 15 0 78— T. C ? 5 0 0 ? 70— T. M'O,; ? . . 7 0 0 XlfiC 19 0 80— C. M.. ? 5 0 0 ? ? Applications for relief, 111 ; relieved, 31 : examined j and not relieved, 14 ; yet to examine, Many more I oxprcted as tho -vatcr drains oil' the land, and enables the I applicants to como in.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALICS RV AUCTION. Tins Day. Dodos & Co., on the Ground, at twelrc, building laud in the town of Morpeth. Monday, .Iuly G. Dodos fi. Co., at the Sido Yards, F.a*t Muitirmd, at twelve, fat bullocks ; also, on the ground, building allotments, West Maitland. Mr. I). C. Carter, on tho premises of P. Sheridan, at twelve, horse-:, drny, harness. ^x'k i niuiter River Now Steam Navigation Company. STKAM TO SYDNEY. rpiIE Htenmcrs of this Company will be despatched for .L Sydney, from the Wlmif, Morpeth, at o'clock n in. on tlie iiiiiicrmciitiuiioil ilay.s, duiiuj; tho ensuing fortnight, viz. : Tuesday, Wednesday, Fkiiiay, and Satuhday. TiUJOUTH F. DYJ3, .Manager. Company's Olliccs, Morpeth, lird July, 1857. ;jy--The FKiVULLA, with Carpfo only, for Clarenco Toirn, on TUESDAY MORNING XfiXT. 2009 STEAM TO SYDNEY. On Monday antl Ttursdny, at Eight a.m. Oil Tuesday and Friday, at Two p.m. rTUIE A S. N. Company's Steamers will bo despatched JL front tho Wharves, Morpeth, during...

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MAITLAND (CATTLE.) To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

MAITLAND (CAT ILK.) To the Editor of the Northern Times. Sir,— It may bo well to call the attention of the police to tho Act of Council 15th Victoria, No. f), which pro vides that no cattle texcetn 11 milch cows, or cattlo in teams, or working cattle*') shall bo driven into or through the towns of Kast or West Maitland but between the hours of six o'clock in the afternoon and eight o'clock in the morning, under n penalty not exceeding | 20.4. for overy head of rattle driven. My reasons for now giving prominence to Ibis act are, that it is tlnily infringed, to the great danger of the in habitant#, and that the paitics breaking the law do so with a degree of recklessness and impnnitv that evinces no great drsiro on tho part of tho authorities to suppress the nuisance. Yostorday, in Bank-street, East Maitland, two men were driving five head of wild cattle at half-past four in the afternoon, a time when number* of women and chil dren arc walking about, and theso men, instead of using th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

THE AOENTS of tho NORTHERN TTMF.S arc lequcsted to s?nd in their QUAIU'KULY STATE MENTS immediaulv in order that tho Account-* !»?;? tlie quarter ending 3uihJune, way l-o 1'ovwarUtd without delay. Northern Time* Office, Mnitland,! 27th Juno, 1R57. f IT ii putticularly requested that any irregularity in tho delivery of the Northern Time* be notified nt tho Office with as Vitt*c delay as possible. in order th.it «teps may bo taken lo prevent a recurrence of the annoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addre.wes, Wanted Situation!!, and Advertise ments under twenty words, only One tShilliny. TERMS FOK ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty words nml under, One fiMllinn; every ailditlonnl Ten vordi, Sixpence; One Ini'h. Three Shilling* j ninl Ono and Sixpence for every additional inch or part of an luclw TKItMS or sunscniHTioN. Eight .Shilling per Quarter when paid In advance j and Nine Shillings if not paid within t'ouivrcBN Div* after the com' mcnccmcnt ot each Quarter, Notice to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (literal |)rintiii0 (Office. T^VEKY description of LETTER-PRESS riUNTING JCJ executed with neatness and despatch. Book-work, Catalo^uea, Postern, llillho.tdH. Cheque ttookn, Circulars, Law Forms, PnnijddetH, Show Cards, nnd overyothor description of plum and ornamental printing in a btylo not to bo excelled by any otlic-r Ls toblUhineut. Charges strictly moderate. Hiph-dtreot, West Maitlnnd....

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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. Th e reasons for the adoption of an inter-colonial assembly, with power to legislate upon matters which alike concern the interests of the various Australian g verniwnts, are so obvious that it becomes quite unnecissrirv to urue them at any length. It is evident, for the interests of all the Colonies, that unless competition should be shunned, and a fair principle universally consented to, which should avoid the display of an over reaching spirit, dangerous to the security and ad -vanccmjiit of any one colony in particular. With respect to the following subjects, the importance of Fed' .m! Union must be at once recognised. The adju ?.nr.cnt of the tariffs — guages of con necting railways — crection of light-houses — navi- gation of rivers — communicating telegraphs — the upset price ol land — management of gold-fields — a common coinage — weights and measures — .general defences — a court of appeal — and the es tablishment of ]-anal settlements. These matters ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [U« do nof identify ourtvlrp* with the npinioi ft expressed j bij our Correspondents.] j To (he. Editor of the N'orth'rn Time*. S*r, — T saw a letter in your issue of Wodnoadav, com ph'iiuing of the non-attcnd.mco of magistrates at the East Maitland courts Permit me, through your columns, to acquaint the public that on tint k sine day (W»»dpe»sday) theOourt of, Koqu'tfts was bold, and yet no magbtrati1 atteliilc I, and tti -* casna were a-ijourtutt lor another month. Thus f»r two montlis tho cases inquiring two magis- | trat« s have been adjournefl. Th're is one c.ise, if not I two, in which tho plaintiffs reside fifty miles from the town— each of whom will now have to rble 300 miles to get, his ra^e tried. Sui'h de'ay in the adnvnLstrntion of justice is injurious to the interests of the district, and the uamo« of the magistrates who neglect their duties should !--? published. Yours obediently Maitlitud, 3rd July, 18o7. ? C. .

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. Wo hare Melbourne paprrn to tlie 29th June. Tlio principal event that wns attracting publlo atten tion wras tlio opening of the Geolong and Wllliamstoim railway, wliicli took place on the 25th. ' Tlio inaugura tion of the railway,1' Bays the Herald, ' was made deplo rably significant by a fatal uccidont. Oar correspondent, employing tho cluctrio tolcgraph, informs us that Mr. Walters, tho superintendent of locomotives, wjs killed through falling from tlio cngino during tlie passago or tli. first train from Geelong to Williamstown. It appears that tlio accident was not caused through nny defect -in the construction of tho railway, or, oo far as tho passen gers wero concemcd, any want of management in con ducting tbo train. Onr correspondent complains bitterly of the arrangements with referonco to tho convoyanco of tbo visitors from Melbourne who wero tc have loft in time to nrriro at Qcolong at the commonccmont of tho dfjeuner, but who made thoir appe...

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REPORT OF LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

REPORT OF LAND SALE. Cottago and an aero of land in East Maitland, situate in Bank-street, for £500. Slab cottago in High-stroet, East Maitlaud, £181. DODDS & CO. 3rd July, 1857.

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VICTORIA MARKETS. Melbourne, June 23, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857

VICTORIA MARKETS. Melbourne, June 23. 1.S57. Rktau Markets, — Butchcm' Meat ? Reef, did to 7d per lb. ; mutton, fid to 7d ditto; veal, 8d to lOd ditto; pork, 1 0*1 lo Is ditto. Poultry: Turkey?. 21s to 30s each; gee*c, 13s to 10s each; ducks, 10s to 12 s per pair; fowls, 8s to lis per couple. Dairy Produce: Rutter, fVcsh, 3s to 3s 3d ; rabbits, 7s to 10s per brace ; e^gs, 5s per dozen; milk, Is per quart. Bread: The 4-lb. loaf, lid to is. Hay Market. — Snlcs have been effected more freely slnco our last report, without any alteration in prices; but, with a moderate supply for the ensuing week, a slight advance may he looked for. The following are current rates: — Best hay, £14 to £14 I Os ; second ditto, £12 to £13; inferior ditto. £10 to £1 1 : wheat straw, £5 to £6. Arrivals for lait week, 337 ; ditto former ditto, 312. Live Stock. — Fnt Cattle: The supply of fat cattle lias becu fully adequate to tho demand. The grc. tir portion offered at market have been of second quality, nnd ...

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