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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

Auctions On SATURDAY, April 27, at 2. HORSES. HOUSES?. AT SMALLACOMBE'S YARDS, PORT ELLIOT. \\! A*' W^DGSON bas received Instructions from * V Mr Colin Mackenzie, to fpH by auction at the above place, on Saturday, April 27, at 2 o'clock, A Mob of Useful HORSES, Broken and Un brcken, fit for Saddle or Harness. Tlic Auctioneer begs to call special attention to this sale, as there are some first-class Horses in the mob. MONTHLY SALES AT MIDDLETON. WM. HODGSON holds Monthly sales at Mid dleton on the First Friday in cverv Month of HOUSES, CATTLE, SHEEP IMPLEMENTS. &c. NEXT SALE, MAY 4 at 2. Parlies having Stock or Articles for Sale arc re quested to forward particulars if possible a week before tlie sale. WILLIAM GAUDNER, PORT ELLIOT AND VICTOR HARBOR Abcttoxeek ako Valuator, Salesman and General Commission Agent. Sales attended in any part of the Country. Favors promptly attended to and executed* with dispatch. JAMES CLOSE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. STRATHALBYN, Attends Sales in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

THE SOUTHERN ARGUS And Stratbnlbyn, Wellington, Milang, Lang horne's Creek, Woodchester, Mount Barker, Echunga, Macclesfieia, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Noarlunga, Willunga, Aldinga, Sellick's Hill, Myponga, Nor nanville, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, Cape Jervis, Tnman Valley, Baia Hills, Hindmarsh Valley, Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middle ton, Currency Creek, Goolwa, and RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER, a Weekly Journal of News, Politics, and Literature. Head Offices: FREELING-STREET, PORT ELLIOT. Teems of Subscription (payable in advance) — Per Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, 16s. ; or per Single Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. ^T Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptio-fls, or Job Printing mil be received by any of the Local Agents, or at the Soviliern Argus Offices, Freeling etreet, Port EUiot. The Scale of Charges for advertising in the | Southern Argus is as follows: — For the first six lines ? 6d. per line For every additional line ... 4d. ' ^' Where Woodcnts ar...

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PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. BUTCHER'S MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

PORT ELLIOT PKMCES CUKKENI. i KETAIL. I I-.I.-TCilEi'.*S MEAT. j Beef, 3d tn Gd Pork, Sd to }0d '. Mutmn. 4d to 5d Veal, 5a to 7d ; Lamb, 3s to 4s i- qi»^rter. j HAiliV I'HODUCE. I Bacon,cc-loiiial Is 2^1, Is 4j ilaros. crilonial. Is 2d io D.i English. Is 61I H -Id I Butter, fresh, Is 3d Ducks, C? r& pair ! Eprgs, !s 2J »- doz. F««ri--. 3s t-- 3s Od ?- pair \ Chtew, O-lnn'al, 19 Miik, fii per .ju.-ij-t' j Do, English, 2s. ? VEtSETAM.ES. j Cocumbcrs, Id tr-4d each Potatoes, new, Hr{ ^-lii ? Carr't=, S& & bunch Pftrs!«v, 33 qj- bunch. j Leeks, 3d %* bunch Turnips, ^ l-u-ici1. i Onions, green, 2di3- beh Harrows, :id to Gd

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

MONTHLY CALENDAR. i TlIASIM OF THE M-IOX. i New Moon — Friday, April 5, 7.18 a.m. Fir-t Q'iarU-r— Friday, April 12, 0.24 a.m. Full M 0.1— Fridiy. April Ifl, 8 i!l a.'n. L^st Quarter — Saturday, A jiri 127, 11.15 a.m. i API1I L. ; Sux. ; Moos. I I ^ Week .^ I Kiies- ! Sets- ! Ri?es- j *ets ? , ? ;' ? ! ? 1 ? 1 .' a.m. p.T1. j a.m. j p.ra. 1 Monday ? ' ii 3 7 5 52 ; 2 12 j 3 40 2 ; Tuesday...- : G 18 ! 5 Til : 3 10 ; 4 17 3 Wednesday i 6 19 i 5 50 4 10 \ 4 54 4 ' Thursdaj'.'.. . 0 19 | 5 49 T, 12 I r, 3 1 5 Friday ? ; 0 20 j 5 47 G 1C ; 6- In 0 -.itnr-tay ... G21 5 4-- 7 ii-2 '?. G 51 7 Sunday' .... '? 6 22 5 44 8 23 ' 7 SO 8 Monday ? i 6 23 5 43 9 35 ? 8 25 9 Tut»dav... i G 24 ! 5 41 1') 40 !- 58 30 , V.'einesday. : 0 2o I 5 40 11 42 10 iO II Tbursilay... : «- -5 j 5 :\'.i p.m. ? H 17 12 Friday ..'.... 026 j 5 3S : 1 3fl a.m. 3 3 S-itnraay ... , 0 27 | 5 56 2 Ifi , 0 19 14 , .Sund.iv ? : C- 'JS i a :!.r- 2 5s ' 3 52 In '. Monday ? : «- 29 j 5 34 3 3*- : 2 24 10 ? Tuesday — - | «5 30 ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ESCAPE OF "MOONDYKE JOE." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ESCAPE OF li MOONDYNE JOE.1 The following amusing account of ibe escape of a convict from gaol appears in the Perth Gazette : — Probably no event iu the colony ever more tickl:d the risible faculties of tbe public than did the escape of the notorious convict ' Momidyne Joe,' on the afternoon of Thursday last t^eek. Much of the amusement felt arose from T'.nrarobrivnee of tbe theatrical exhibition made of Joe by tha Acting Comptroller General when he was last captured — chaining him to a post in one of the yards, and Mr Hampton improving the occasion by ;:dd:cssing the assembled prisxuer's and pointing out to them Jog's | sad condition as an example of what wsuld befall them if they went and did likewise. Jos's ingenuity in making bis escape from bis apparently hopeless condition has gamed bim many sympathisers, who express au opinion that be has earned hie freedom, more especially as Mr Ilamptou is said to bave told him, when he saw him nut into the cell which had...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

NEW ZEALAND. ? i [From the West Coast Times, March 32.1 I Mbeoerocs AssAur.T on a Female at IToki- j tika. — One of these outrages not nnrommcn in large j and more i-ettled communities, but from which j Hokitika has hitherto erjjytd a singular immu- i nity, occurred in tbe Provincial Hotel, Kevell street, 3'esterday morriias', and for a time threw the -whole town into a state of intense commo tion. The parties directly concerned were the barmaid and cook a.t tbe above hotel, and from what we can gather, it appeais that an ill-feeling existed between them that finally culmir.aed in a quarrel, nearly resulting in the death of the uniuriuuate vromin. The cook is a colored man, a native of tbe Cape Verde Islands, and goes by the name of George Vincent; the barmaid, who also fi-led the situation of housekeeper to the establishment, being a fine young woman named Anne Keelan, of Irish parentage. Between 7 and 8 o'clock she proceeded to the kitchen for tbe purpose of ascertaining if breakf...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

NEW SOUTH WALES. ' SvrTnfV!-. innl 10 i The heaviest rainfall ever known happened here, yesterday. It commenced about il o'clock at r.iaht, and lasted tiil noon (o-dav. i A. heavj flood' look place in the Hunter, and a j portion of the embankment at .Maitland was destroved. The river rose 17 feet. Great j damage has been done to ihe maize crops. Sydney, April 13. There is no business doing. The yacht squadron iu their evolutions practice very successfully. The dismasted ship is the Ethiopian, from Melbourne for China. She hove in eight this evening, towed by tae French war steamer Mareeaux. Sydney, April 15. The Ethiopian's log shows heavy weather on the. 7 th March, when there was a perfect hurricane. The ship's lee rails were iu water five- and-thirty hours. She was struck bv a squall and thrown on her beam ends, and the decks covered with wafer. The cargo shifted, the mate was lost overboard, the masts had to he, cut away. Tbe ship righted on the 10th, l.SU'J miles from Sydney. T...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. I f From tlie Adelaide Papers 'I I Mel bourne. Anril 12. 1 Pilchards have reappeared in the Bay. ) The hop crop in Tasmania is a third larger j than last year. j An effort is being made to put down the j casinos in Bourke-street. Melbourne, April 13. Breadstr.ffs are firmer. Ten thousand bushels Port MacDonuell wheat have been sold for shipment at 5s. 2d. Higher rates are asked for flour. Dundee sacks, 13s. 3d. Melbourne, April 15. It is understood that the Sydney Govern ment are willing to concede that Melbourne ! sbould be the terminus of the Suez steamers, j provided the other Conference arrangements I are unaffected. j Mr Duffield -will most probably return on j Wednesday. He lias negotiated with the -Sydney Government on the question of the ' Border Duties, and is now conferring with the j Victorian Government wiih the prospect of an amicable adjustment. Dr. Bernstall, a passenger hy the Bombay, brought a specimen of the Cobra de Capella snake with...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

CENTRAL ROAD BOAUD. [Abridged from the Register.] Tuesday, Arnu, 1C. Pn-F.pnt — Messrs A. Hallett, J.P. (Chairman). R. j S- K.liv. J.P., R. Kankine, J.P., \V. Kvercrf.M.P., j II. E. 'iiri-hr, M.P., G. McEwin, J.P., and tLe Secrerary, Air II. J. Andrews. South-eastern Dismicr. FERRY TOLLS. A communication was read from the Commissioner of Public Works, stating that if the Boerd_ considered it advisable t-i farm tbe tolls at ibe ferries at Wel lington and Thomson's, be bad no objection to such a ci'nrso. Tenders to be called for farming the tolls without delay. OSACXGA. The Clerk of tbe Onauuffa District Oonncil wrote suggesting the desirability of exchanging that j portion of the main road ncf.r Langhnvnt's Bridge between Sections 2555 and 2551 for the township road through tbe corner of Section 2551, the reason br-=ng that the line proposed w-mld be the best and ii.-ast costly to make. The writer also slated that the owner of ibe adjoining section was willing to take tliL- old read ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Via Melbourne.] Melbourne, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

NEW ZEALAND. j Via Melhourne. ] Melbourne, April 13. A telegram, from Dunedin announces the total loss, on April 2, of the steamer South Australian, from Dunedin to Melbourne. She was wrecked on Coal Point, Molyneux Bav, four hours after leaving Port Chalmers. The wreck has been sold. There had been an extensive fire at ! Duuedin. The loss is estimated at from | .£30,000 to .£90,00'). The various insurances lose about £15,000. - i A Frexciim ax's Kotiox of Cricket. — M. Jules ; Janin. afttr treating of that noble game. Aunt S»l!v, in three briilinnt column?. tersisinaU'S the article wiih, 'And this is the great national pastime in England cr.Sied cricket V Aunt liotsr was trying to persuade little J.-ick to retire at sunset, using a.n argument 'hat all ths little el'ickens went to roost ar that time.' Yes,' said | Johnny ; ' but the old hen always K'^es with them.'7 j Aunty tried no more arguments with him. ; An aid Count paid 1-i- addresses to one of the j richest heiress^ f-f Pari...

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FINNISS VALE. Finniss Vale, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

FINXISS VALE. [From our own Correspondent.] ! Finniss Vale, April 17. The usual weekly meeting of the Finniss Vale Institute was held in the schoolroom on Monday evening last. The attendance was very small, consequently on the motion of Mr j J. W. Kitson seconded by Mr Thos. McCulloch j it was unanimously resolved that the meeting ! be adjourned until Mondav evening next (22). j I may mention that the Rev. J. Maughan will deliver two lectures in aid of the above | society shortly. Subjects— No. 1, ' The art i ofpubliespe:ikinjr, with elocutionary examples ;' No. 2, ' The testimony of the rocks to the truth of the Bible.' The weather is very unsettled. On Tuesday it blew a full gale from the north -xrest, which caused the sea to roll fearfully high, making a clean swe'p over the rocks at the back of the wharf. To-day (Wednesday) it is a little more calm. Some fine rain has fallen which has enabled the farmers to commence farming operations.

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STRATHALBYN. Strathalbyn, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

STRATHALBYN. 'From our own Correspondent.] Strarlialbvn, April 1G. The anniversary services in coiuicciion vrith tbe Wesleyan Oiiapel were held on Sunday, when sermons were preached morning end evening l-y the Rev. J. 6. Millard of Adelaide, and in the afternoon by J. Carr, l'-Fq., M.P. On the following1 day j (yeslcrvhu ) a public tea. was held in the ! chape.l. and in the evening- a rnihlic vup.ot'n-T. ! presided over hy J. C:ut, I^po., M.P., when ] addresses were tVlivcred by the Chairman, tlie i Revs. MiJlard, Wilson, Stephens, and Sunter. i Proceeds of collection, tea, &e.. kc., £?-! 0.-? Sd. j just within 30s of the au.ount rcquinyl. Mr Nutt, contractor for i!i2 extensive bridge aero3s the Aujras on north side of township, is getting on so rabidly with his contract as ! to forbodo- its completion by about tha 21st ! of May, when, I presume, some demonstration j worthy of the occasion will be held, and the structure thrown open to ihe public. Our Rifle Club will fire — ...

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LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. Port Elliot, Friday, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

LATEST ; ADELAIDE MARKETS. 1 i Port Elliot, Friday, April 19. ! Good Friday being a public holiday we . have not received our usual telegram, but give \ the latest quotations to hand by the news papers. Corx Matcket. — There is no alteration in price, and there have been few transactions j during the week. Wheat may be quoted at — j Port, 4s. 3d.; Town, 4s. to 4s. Id. Flour. £10 to JEII. j Hay Market. — Hindmarsh square, April j 17 — Best wheaten hay, £'i Us. ; good mixed do, £2 10s. ; inferior sorts, £2. Isot much offering. A good sale for wheaten. hay, other qualities dull of sale. — Express. . Farm Phodcce, Woolesale. — Bacon, per lb., Is. Id. to Is. 2d. ; hams, Is. 2d. ; butter, fresh, Is. 9J. to Is. lOd. ; do, potted, Is. 5d. ; cheese, 10d. to lid.; lard, Is. 5d. ; onions, 10s. per bag and Id. per lb. ; potatoes, bs. per bag, Id. per lb. ; eggs, Is. Id. to Is. 2d. per ; doz. — Advertiser. '?

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. RTRATHALRYN. FiaDAY, APKIL 12. Present— The Chairman and Mr Coad. No quorum. macclgsfii-xd. Monday, A run. 8. Present. — Chairman and Messrs K. Abbott. H Marker, E. Austin, and W. Elder. Messrs H. Lewis and W. W.iodinirto b-3 charged one shilling per load for gravel received from Park Lands, and that no more gravel must be removed. Slaughtering licences granted to Messrs W. \Yo--dinj». S. Abbot, E. Davies, J. Cumming, and E. Austin. The attention of the Mount Barker and Kendo- i pavinjra Councils io be called to tli« Ftate of Scotcli ? thistles in their districts, and their co -operation in the destruction thereof requested. | Mrs Clark and Mrs H--gan to D3 again recom i mended to the Destitute Board. Mr H. Alpnrt was granted liberty to erect fipnufing on the schojl-house, hut not at 'the Council's cx pense. IjOPD Buckingham was once at a dinner where a i Mr TJtcVd Tre.3 7eque°te-1 to i-insr. IIK Jic-gged to bo i txtn&i*. U£?ixs that he knew not vrhit to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

Public Notices. VICTOR HARBOR, PORT ELLIOT, AND GOOLWA TRAMWAY. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide, September 5, 186G. HIS Excellency the Govemor-in-Chief has been pleased to approve of the following SCALE of CHARGES at the Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, and Goolwa Tramway. By command, ARTHUR BLYTH, Chief Secretary. SCALE OF CHARGES. g'i?ISfjritlit ; .£ftl!&g.ti! f 4 S a 5 TS o^sSgfl *'» 1 *****&&& i ::-.8:S:PH5S. ? ? ? I r p |i' r - I'- . 5* .... S* ooooooooooo* Rate per mile, Haaoa^a-o-oci'a carriage only. O5cototctctotowo?= S&te for one mile, I I | I * including labor ««loo-a-3«-*c-jP' andwharfage. ooo^^^^enn^i^o* Goolwa to „ „ ^ Middleton, coa-#.coooooooooooooo©e- 4 miieB# ON-oo5c-oc5*-oto«oosi-'» Goolwa to Port Elliot, ooooo^o^o^^^^C5l-^-?^o^^3oa. 7 miles. m^m03Qoqoqoc^*40ogom* Goolwa to Victorffarbor _ o-noooQooooototo»03ooc3f^ 12 oiiles. ? ; ? S oco^t^^^cococo^i^oK JVLiddltiton to S5* Port Elliot, g OHOooao».uiO'oow-I Middleton to _ Victor...

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PICKINGS FROM PUNCH. TO A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

PICKINGS FROM PUNCH TO A CORKESl'OXDEXT. Professor Blackie is favorably known in the literary world as the author of most of the best Nigger melodies. THE WEATHER. The slippery pavements were very trying to all classes. Acrobats tumbled for nothing, bankers lost their balance, farmers grazed their shins, soldiers embraced the flags, tailors measured their length, ana travellers tripped in all directions. The mails were snowed up, bnt the females ven tured out enveloped in frieze wraps. Young men found their whiskers turn -white in the course of a single night. A caution to the Benevolent Fonr great hulking fellows in a well-to-do street, sing ' We've got no work to do.' One of them adds (in an undertone), ' And we don't want any.' People grumbled who went to evening patties, for they found nothing but a freezing reception. How indefatigable our Vestrymen were in clearing away the snow! They were as industrious, as busy as bees— may we not say, as Bumble bees. The cold was so intense...

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THE NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

THE NOSE. (Xiao York Home Journal.) The very terms we use in describing a man's nose tend to bring it into contempt and make us laugh. For instance, we say that a man has a pug-no^e, a hook-nose, a hatchet ncse, a club nose, a snub-nose, a potatoe nose, a peaked-nose, a parrot's-nose, or a turned-up-nose. Some thoughtless people designate it as a snout, c proboscis; while others, in speaking of a large nose, call it a promontory. A Frenchman says of a clever man, that he has a fine nose ; of a prudent one, that he has a good nose ; of a proud man, that he carries his nose in the air ; an inquisitive person is said to poke his nose everywhere ; a gourmand is described as always having his nose in his plate ; that of the scholar is said to be always in his books. When an individual is growing angry under provacation, the French say the mustard is rising to his nose. The English say of a man who does not form very decisive opinions — who is led by what others say rather than by his own...

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DISAGREEABLE WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

DISAGREEABLE WOMEN. (From the London Bc-view.') It is a mistaken kindness to proclaim all ! women beautiful and virtuous, and a young j gentleman starting in life with such a faith would soon find of what clayhis idols weremade. We are not now going over the old cvuical grosnd, well nigh worn out by this time, but \ we propose to gl.inee at what appears to us to j be au almost ui)kao'.vn district. What part in \ the world has the disagreeable woman to play ? j Is it to punish some masculine sinner by ac- ! quiring him ia marriage? Is it to set off her fairer and worthier sisters ? Is it to be a talking and a standing protest against the angelic theory of womanhood ? The disagree- ! able woman haunts every sphere of society, j She is not necessarily ugly. Up to a certain j period she may not exhibit the traits ..of her j disposition. She may resemble the tigerkin j whose claws arc not grown and whoso habits are attractive and playful. But her nature soon breaks oat. If she marries, t...

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TEETH AND AGE OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

TEETH AND AGE OF HORSES. (From the Queejislander.) The teeth are the immediate organs of mas tication. Their form is variable. They are the hardest portions of the whole skeleton, containing more fluorine than bone (30 per cent, organic, 70 per cent, inorganic matter). They consist of three anatomical elements — dentine, enamel, and crustes petrosae, or ceraen tum, That portion of the tooth which stands above the gum is called the body of the tooth, and the part surrounded by the gum the neck, and the root or the fangs. The horse has nip pers, tushes, and grinders. Every tooth is formed from one or more pulps, which are composed of blood vessels, nerves, and delicate fibrous tissue, and organic cells. They arc inserted ill or grow from the sockets, which are spongy, or of a porous nature, through which a secretion is poured out for the nourish ment and growth of the teeth. A tooth once broken never unites. The dentine grows from the pulp inside, and the enamel, which is the hardest,...

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BUILDING MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 April 1867

BUILDING MATERIAL. EETA1L. £ p. A Deals, 9X3 ? .*.. 0 0 7J Do, sawn, extra each cut ? O 0 t»k Do, 11 X 3, solid ? 0 0 9£ Do, do, sawn each cut ? X) 0 OJ Battens, 7 X 3, solid ? 0 0 5 Do, do, each cut ? 0 0 O5 Cedar Board, per foot super ... ... 0 0 Si Flooring Boards, T & G, 6 X 1J ... 0 0 1% Stringy Bark, 3 X 2, ljd, q» luO ... 0 10 0 Do., 4X2,^ 100 ? 0 14 0 Do, 4 X 3 ? fl 17 0 Do, 0 X 1, ljd ? 0 12 0 Zinc, 3- cwt ? 2 10 0 Galvanized Iron, q- cwt, ... 30s to 2 2 0 Spouting, half round, q* foot, od to 0 0 6 j Do, OG, q- foot, ? 7d to 0 0 8 j Lime ^ bushel at the kiln ? 0 10 : Do, do delivered ... ., ... 0 1 0 1 Palings, 5 fuet, Lauuceston ? 15 0 : Ko do. Hobuion ? ISO Lathe, S feet. q- l.-»00 ? 1 1 0 ' D.\ 3 feet 6 inches, do ? 1 1 0 j Cement. Ptutlnnd ... ... o5s to 2 2 0 i Slates, 24 X 12, i- 1,000 ? 17 0 0 Bricks, per 1,000 at 1 be kiln ? 1 10 0

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