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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

I ? Fat Cattle. — AtHomebush, on Monday last, ' there were ' upwards' of ,'775 head of calttle yarded, representing 31 'consignors, principally from the northern and north west, districts, including one' draft of 100 from the Upper Richmond Rivor district, tlie' balance from the. south; with odd lots 'f'roUi the! west and local sources. The yard inira' comprised all tjualitu's, nnd, included :a fb\v pnnjH.'fliiid heavj'' biilJocks, tlio bulk being fair- tu good ;.?.';(bnUt 180 .cows and -heifers, a sprinkling of gunil to prime, in 1'eriorrauil light rattier- stro.ngly iii oviilencc ; .16 calves and 13-b.ullri also forward. As the 'supply was somewhat within the demand the market opened to moderate competition nt values nearly equal to the previous Thurs tiay's ;rate9, with a tendency to weaken as the sales proceeded. . Closing quotations : .Yards of. prime bullocks, £10. to £11 : priine and heavy bullocks, £12 to-£l3 ; odd extra prime and heavy bullocks., to £14 7s Gd ; good bullock...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sugar Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

The Sugiii' Question. ||| Thk Federal Cabinet, at a meeting in Melbourne last week, further dealt with the sugar rebates question. Sit' ;E. Barton stated after the meeting that a1- sugar bonus will be propdsed to take the place of the present system of- rebate' payments, and a Bill for this puvpose will be laid before Parliament early iii the session. Instead of sugar planters receiving at the rate of £2 n ton excise paid on- ' white-grown sugar,' they will be paid a bonus of equal amount. As the payment of bonuses must be uniform throughout the. Commonwealth, the cost of ? the system will thus be divided among all the States on a population basis. As the whole Commonwealth decided in favour of a white Australia, all the States should pay their fair share for it. This is considered a truer basis of distribution . than the present, scheme of Allocation. It will probably bu made retrospective, so that the whole of the ..rebates already paid may bo dealt with on a population basis, and...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

CtiSNEltAlL NB3V9,' 'j A man uamed Grapes is proprietor of ? x a 'fruit farm at Paraparanmu, N.Z. Russia's aggressiveness may' precipi tate a big war before tho year is past. : Tho 'Sunday Times' says thnt this ? City of Sydnoy has rats in abundance, ' , ; » mid if the strictest precautions aro not taken the plague will pass from the rodents to the hnmiins again. - A St. Petersburg message; states that King-Edward will visit the Czar at the end of July. Cavanohoh's Liver Tonio never fails to cive relief in all liver and kidney complaints. . For sale at all stores.* . . : There is tio country where the soil is - more fertile than it is. in millions of acres in Canada which the plough lias not yet touched, and which man has not . yet. invaded. — Canadian Minister of Railways. / r' In every village in Qormany a oertaitl s'lm of. ..money 'is depitsited iu; tlie 'town hall, sufficient to keep all tjiersoldiers of the village in food for 3Q days after tho declaration of war. Woods' Great ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Thr north coast steam NAVI GATION COMPANY, Limited express Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY, mHE fust and powerful i aore.v Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEORGE Are now running a Tri-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, THURS. DAY, and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAKI on MONDAY. TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNIE now making regular weekly trips 1ihb a refri gerating chamber' equal to- . GO tons cnpabity; is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, ? and all mordern improvements.'./. The ©AEO,AXlI- ' ; Will make Weekly Trips to Hio Richmond River, callinjs at Newcastle coming North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Toniki, St. George, or Ramovnie by telephoning to. Coraki or direct to Lis ranre, where Saloon plans may be soen. It is specially requested that all ^ com- munications regardinc 'Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local ^Manauer, nt Coraki, who will immedi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Local and General News, | Too True. — The 23 defendants fined for riotous conduct at Dill Macky's : meeting at Wyalong some time ago, applied for remissions of the fines, -but the Department of Justice refused. Quite right; apart from the inadvis ableness of departmental interference in such a matter, the Government in the present state of the finances couldn't, possibly afford to remit 23 lines of £2 each. The chances are the Government wishes there were more riots and more revenue !—' Arrow.' Change in Lismore C.P.S. Office.—. It has been officially announced that the position of C.P.S. in Lismore, which has been so worthily tilled by Mr. A; T. Cochraue, will be occupied, on Mr. Cochrane's removal to Singleton, by Mr. W. Fincham, an officer who has won an excellent reputation in the Sydney Water Police Court. It will be a source of genuine regret to Mr. Cochrane's public and private friends to lose him from a community among whom he has won the highest esteem aud the deepest respe...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Special Advertisements. / ' ? ' ' ? ? ? ' ' ? Vj ? c ' Absolutely b^PAIKLESS'o Dentistry. W. A^Gray, DentaS Syrgeon, Walkgii-stiihbt. Casino, Next to Mr. J B. M'DoiigaU's' Office Late of Edinburgh and Paris, E.D.F. Diploma of the French Dental School A SOCIALITY,' Geniline Modern Dentistry. Mil. GRAY 'having hurl n large experience in Gold Crown mid JL&rnlgo Work, l'i voting of Teeth on their. Natural Roots, Ac.', informs intending p itients1 that they may have this class of Work done on the most Modern and Scientific Principles. Teeth by Suction', mounted on 'suction plates inGold, I'latinum, and Vulcanite. - —Teeth Scaled.— ' '-Shoppings done 011 the Latest Principles in.Gold and Plastic Fillingo . TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY BY NITROUS-OXIDE GAS, &c. ^ ^ :3^ Mk. Gray holds Certificates from leading Practitioners both in Edin burgh and Paris, and has lind over Den years' experience in Dentistry. Therefore patients ihny rely .upon having dental- operations performed ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Myrtle Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Myrtle --eelt. * May .18.— The recent rains have given good growth, to grass and crops, and the country is looking splendid oiice more. Stock are in lirst-clnss condition to stand the winter, and the prospects for graziers aro brighter' than for seme time past. There is'u deal of sickness here nt present. Influenza is very prevalent, some cases b -ing of a very severe form. Three cases of typhoid in -one family, have been taken lo Casino Hospital. Mr. James Hemiett, of Westbrook, an old nnd respected resident, lias been seriously ill for some time and is still very low. Rapid progresSJi' is being made with the. construct 1011 of the Grafton-Casino railway line. There are large num bers of men working on this section, and the ehrth-works are nearing com pletion. It is gratifying to the ma jority of the residents that the Rail way Commissioners saw, before it was too late, the error they were about to make 1*11 placing the, railway station 011 the north side of Myrtle Creek. They are ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

, BRIS BANE ftl'A li It El! PiRICES; - Followiko were the'Hvhcrfesale pi;ices in,' ii: ' Briabane oil Tuesday l . .* ?' . i ' Maize' : Prime dry yellow; 3s Ojd to .Si'lld per bushel. .- . ' . ' , ? : .i;.i j ' , ' ,Braii, to'^G^Ija per tort'f 'pblbiril', £/'10a. CliatT: O iteijy .pri^eV , 1 OS 5 p.oi;': ' ? V Potatoes : Cfrcil la j- (-i.4: os per .toil. . . . Hams.:iPii,ieapj|lo, is to.l^.td ; Mild Cure, . :. ' ,1 svpor'/ibi.^^. ' ,',5 Bacoi\ ; lujiojipple) ilitp.lVes.and .aiiles, 1 Oil '-?? . Mild (?iir«','Hjtches, 12d, and sides 14d per lb. ^Butter Lf-e;il, . factory, ..to 14d per lb. ' fcliee^o 7Jd to S^per/lb. i * ' ? : ? a ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Lismore-Casino Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

H-isinorc-Casiiire Etailuay. Tuksdav week's ' Brisbane Courier' writes : 'To-morrow the railway from Lismore to Casino, in Northern New South Wales— Queensland's new pro vinces—will be opened. ;; Our . line, to the Tweed approaches completion, and on the other side of the State border, that from Casino to Grafton is under construction. I11 a little time the steel bonds of commercial Wedlock will bind Grafton to the Queensland railway system, 'with the little break at- the Tweed River, which all. good folk, in litis Stale at all events, would like to see ; bridged over. I11 New Soutlv Wales there is (in agitation foi' flie connection 'of Gralton or Lismore w'itli the Northern line of the mother State— to Tenterlied or to Armidale, or bearing moredirect-Iy south through the wild country which divides the watersheds of the Clarence and Hunter Rivers. ' With this connection -made Brisbane aud Sydney wonld be brought nearer each other than by our present railway route ; but New South Wal...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

sir ' ' Thte' lProdube Market. , ? ' [By^ ^ TkLkoraVh'.] ' ' ?jSVI»Wli!V ' Mniz? : Prime dry. yellow, , 4a per buHliel ; priine dry- white, 3a I0dto.3slld. ? Butter :sClioido . creamcry.iil.Sid ; second brands, 1'2J-(1 per lb. It is expected to be oiie penny.per Ib;duaror .to . morrow. Egg's : Noithern rivers, Is 8d to ls .Od per ditzeu. ,. ljr

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cost of the Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Cost of the Ktrilic. It is very difficult to give even an approximate estimate of the monetaiy loss Victoria has experienced through the dislocation of the railway service for a week (says a Melbourne paper). One thing, however, is certain, viz., that the traffic receipls*dropped below the- normal to tlie extent of about £50,01)0. The earnings for the seven days under ordinary conditions would probably have been about. £55,000. Not more than £5000 of this was act ually secured. Of course, the whole of the £50,000 worth of business has not been irretrievably lost. Large quantities of goods aud live stock, which would have been transported last, week had trains been available, will be - placed on the goods trains during the forthcoming week. Thus at least £lO,000 worth of tbe traffic will probably be regained. As against the dead loss from shrinkage of traffic, some savings in working expenses will have to be taken into account. Probably the cost of the maintenance was reduced, es pec...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

'7fr^;V THE ? . HOUSE '. THAT' ;MAY. BUILT. ? lr? - ^ - - ' ? j r So many ])eople come to see us every day that it is eyident a very large Percentage of the Qpmniunity take an j ( interest in our proceedings* It may therefore be assumed that it is proper to relate how we provide for our visitors ( and their welfare, and by what, means . ;1 ^ .'V'_ ',f # 7 Secure a FuliK$&ppVev^ . our numerous assistants fully engaged, aud every nook apd corner teeming with I business. To begin with, and we always 'like to have a beginning, in everything at the House tliat MAY Built, we j iW are not as- some people who don't like other people to think they ever had a small show, aM a Big Head, but as we i s^id before, to begin with, we are as our fellow tradesmen say the men with the big- advertisement, but we won't j } acknowledge the small show. We have a large show, but not an old accumulated show, no, not one Busty Can or ( Gridiron, or worn out Machinery for bottling Sauce. The only thin...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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EDUCATION. AVAILABLE COLONIAL SCHOLARSHIPS AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

~~~ 'KIHJtjATlOJV. ? I AvAiLAimK Colonial .ScHor.Aiisuii's at Oxford Univeksitv. [By J. H C. Harper.] j (Per Favour of tho ' R. It. Express.') No. VI. if Mr. Rhodes has practically left a foi m „,ne 0f £(-,000,000 to be devoted towards 1 education, and has so directed his Will I tlwfc besides including all the Australian || dnlimies, lie furthor'Ktipulates in tho Will B tlio Islands of Bermuda, the colony of p Jiiinaica, Newfoundland, its dependencies, p iind tlie Provinces of Ontario and Quebec i in t-ho Dominion of Canada. He does |l not forget Tasmania anil JNew /iealand, | S mid makes ample provision for students |j in different paits of Africa, and includes || ilia present States and territories of the United States of America, and iu a subse jj ficnt codicil establishes 15 so pa ia to i sclwlarsliips at Oxford for students of German birth, at. the rate of £'2o0 per ' year, tenalile for three years. Ho offers | lo any Neiv South Wales boy, who desires to proceed to Oxford Unive...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Itcligluus Services. I ? . Cudkoex of England (Caaiuo District-).— | May 24bhf« Siiiwlay * after '^cetisioii Diiy, Casino nt 11 u. m., Irvington (Mr. Bennetts), ut 3 p.m.— vVlr. F. 1-V Prince. Sunday, May 21th, New Park, Confirmation Clusa at 1(1 11.111., Morning Prayer at 11 a.m., Fairy Hill, Evensong und Holy Communion nt 3 p.iii., Casino at 7-30 p.m. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. I # Sunday, May 24th', Wyan at 11 a;m.'(Liy Service). vVednewday, May 27tli, Cisino, Communicants' (Jnion at 7.30 p.m. ; Tliura day, May 28th, Casino, Choir Practice. i PltESDYTKKIAN CllUKOII O^ AUSTRALIA. — May 24th, Coraki at 11 a-.ni,, Tatlmni at 2.30 p.m.. Casino at 7.30 p,pi. — Mr. Iuglis. Sumlay, May 10th, D«ep Creek (Mr. W. \V. Juuor'a) at ^.-30'p.iu.— Christian Endeavour ]5.md. Sunday, May 24th,. fiee'p Ciefk (Mr. ?A. J. Mil tiro's) at 2.30 p.m.— Christian Endeavour Hand. ? ? ' Methodist Cm until! 'tip' Australasia— Services for Sunday, M-iy 24th, 1903 : Casino at 11 n.ih'i aiid 7.30 p.m., DeepCreek (Cra...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A Noteworthy Speech. MR. CHAMBERLAIN IN BIRMINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

' A- XotcwortSiy Spccch. . Jilt. CHAMIiEULAIN* AT IHRMIX01IAM. t i iTiik Right Hon. Joseph Chnmber laiu, Secretary of Slate for I he Col onies, addressed a nteeting of his con stituents in the Birmingham Town Hall 011 Friday night, aud received a tremendous ovation. In tlife course of liis speech Mr. Chamberlain emphasised bis hopes of the unification of South Africa, and said he had returned to find that not Imperial but local questions filling the minds of the public. ' Our Imperial policy,' lie declared, ' is vital to the colonies and vital to ns.' Referring to tlie trade preference offered by Canada and Australasia to Great Britain, he said he wns not a protec tionist, but if tlie narrow interpreta tion of free-trade current in some circles prevailed^ the motherland would lose the advantage of that, further re duction in duties which Canada was now offering. The action -taken b}r Germany in penalising Canada for making that oiler was intended to deter other colonies from giving ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

I ^ ^ II ^ I BRIM ©MEAD PIANO,! ^ BRINSMEAD- Pianos are J%' II made in England. h | \F Factory is an essentially up-.' \1 f to-date one in every res- If. I pect, and the Quality of t -| materials used is tine Best. if - I - For real foard v/ear they - are 1 } 1 to ise depended upon. ? I Brinsmead Pianoss possess many \ I new and . valuable patents J ' and improvements. Tfoey | .' a '.are undoubtedly, England's 1 ? 1 leading Manufacturers!. They are artistically cased and .1 made in several models.* [ SOLD ON EASY TERMS. MP \ Old Pianos taKen in E-Tcclnarage. I New Pianos Sold on Easy Terms. | , , ? . Catalogues Free. I Wo H. Palling' ©, Co., Ltd.,' 338 GEORGE. ST., SYDNEY. ' . J. STRONG, Branch Manager, ' Showrooms, Lismore. J9L inFosadLex'iSrfial HiredLiciKio. ^ ' For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind aud Pain in tho Stomach, Sick HeiKVche, Giddiness, Fulnens and Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of A.ppetito, Shortness o...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Men of Integrity. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

ilBen of Integrity. Mit. W. A. Ho 1, max, th.e pleasant inannered young member of Parlia ment, who takes himself so seriously, has been lecturing the women of West Wyalong 011 their dnt.y. Not so long ago, Mr. Holnian, M.L.A., had to re prove the Imperial Government very sharply, and his utterances greatly cheered our late enemies iu South Africa and prominent pro-Boer circles in Europe. Iu addressing the ladies of Wyalong, he told fliem wlint- an enormous amount of good he had done, and lio'w extremely honest lie was. He and his party — the Labour party — said Mr. Holman, actually refused to take bribes! Like Robespierre, they were 'incorruptible.' The conse quence was, added Mr. Holman, plaintively, they were all poor iner. This sounds rather like a prelude to au intimation that ' a collection will now he tiiken up.' It is gratifying to know, 011 the authority of a member of Parliament, that at least oiic-tiftli of our members do not take bribes. But as Mr. Ilolman lins publicly s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

? ? - SYDNEY MARKED PRICES. . : _ Following are the wholesale quotations ; . ? iii Sussex-street, Sydney Wheat: South Australian, choice milling. 5 s 8d f.o.b. Port Adelaide; California!!, in Sydney, 5s III to 5s 2d ; Manitoba, on spot iu Sydney, o? 7d : to arrive, 5s.4d ; Argen tine, in Sydney, 5s 4d ; to arrive, 3s 1 ill to ? - - 4s, c.i.f. and e. Flour : Sydney roller, £11 15* to £12 10s per ton ; ' Manitoba, £12, 5a ;? California!), in Sydnoy, £1,1 10s to .:£U: 15s South s Auitralian, £.lt I7s Ud' to 1!J2 in Adelaide. _ Maize : Priiiie dry yellow, from northern rivei a, 4s Gd ; other qualities, cheaper ; prime dry white, 4a. 4d- co 4s 5d per bushel. Brail, to Is 3d per bushel., Pollard,, to 'Js 5d per bushel.- ? Chickwheat : Local, to 5s per bushel. Barley : t'ri.ije feed, to ,4s 3d per bushel. Oats: Tasmania!!, feed,, to 2s 8d; prime, 2s 9d to 2s lOd ; New-Zealaud; prime, 2s lid to,3s ; good, to 2s lOd ; inferior and dark, from 2s 7d ; ciioice seed, 3s 8d per bushel. Oaten - Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

-? ' -' * WHY 'i : ' When you do not .relish y«nr food it is well to inquire tlie cause. You may tie eat ing more tliaii tlie stomucli . eau digest, or. perhaps your food is too rich : many people eat ton much meat, or your bowel* may be constipated. When the digestion is all right, tlie bowels regular and not too much fooii taken there is a natural craving and rolL-li for the fond. When this is lacking you may- know 'that you need a dosi of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Thoy strengthen the diucstivo organs, im prove the appetite and regulate tlie liowels. 'Just What You Need.' l'rice 1b Od, Sold by A. C. Simpson, Casino.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R.R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

COMMEHaiAL'iNiiiWS. , ? PRIONS. C.ujtUENT,, , y — ' ? ' /{. II. lixpress Olliuo, Thursday. vouLOWl.vOjarUiJtUu.imotntloiid luriiariu .and dairy. ? produce rullijjf iii Caaliiu to-diiy ' ' ' , -''wiiiii.it8Ai.ic. ?' ' RktaiI. ' ' JC S D '..????& ;,H-- o ;-' Miitae, per bushel- ? . 0 4 .,0',- , 0-6, 3 ... 'CJIialf, per uwt.V :V'.' 0 8 U ' /0 0 0 -;?:?. ? lfayiroatoii, ii(ii,''cSvtV^:' '.O'.-Ti 0 . ? vb '? 8..0, ? OMn, pur bushel ? . . 0 a '0 . 0 4 0 / EjfSM, per dbvwu \ .. 0 . *? 0' 18. «?. . Buttor, local. factory..' ,0 -.-1/ i ..'0. 1 '? 3. ? v.i lluttor, dairy .. .. '0 0*10' 0 10

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