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Science. ANIMAL TAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Jwieaa, ANIMAL TAR. Nor many yoars ago tho substance known as oegl tar was rogarded by chomiats asNwoil aa b j laymen in the light of an uninviting aud almost hopelessly complex mixture. To day, as ia well known, it is tho source of a large group of highly interesting bodios, and forms tho buBia of many important industries, some of whioh are still in thoir infancy. Certain reoent developments in connection with animal tar seem to indicate that thero is a fnturo in store for this subataneo aB interest ing and as important as the present oi ooal tar. It is obtained in largest quantity ub a secondary produot in factories in whioh bonoblaek is mado by dry distillation of bones and other animal material. By frac tional distillation tbo tar can be divided into several distinct portions, among whioh are tho bases lmowu as pyridine, O'H'N, and pioolino, C°H7N, which are the -first two members of a homologous series. Now, thropgh tho researches of Dowar, llitiiEuy, Weidel, Hofmann, and othe...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nature. THE SOLITARY BEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] THE SOLITARY BEE. Ip you 'leave no stone unturned' in your walks through the fields, you may perchancc diacover the abodo of another of our solitary bees. Indeed, I havo often thought what a chaptor oE natural- hiBtory might bo written on ' Lifo under a Stono,' so many o£ our smaller ? crsaturea take refuge there — ants, crickets, spiders, wasps, bumble-bees, the solitary bee, mice, tQads, snakes, newts, etc. What do these thingB do in a country where thero are no stoneB 1 A stone makes a good roof, a good Bhield ; it is wator-proof and fire-proof, and, until tho seaBpn becomes too rigoroua, frost proof, too. Tho field-mouse wants no better place to neat than beneath a largo, flat stone, and tho bumble-bee is entirely' Batiafied if sho can get possession 'of his old or abandoned quarters. I havo eveu heard oE a awarm of hive bees going under a stono that was elevated a littlo from tho ground. After that, I did not marvel at Samson's bees going into the carcass or Bkeleton of tho...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.     AUCTION.— Wo havo been requested to invito tho ..special attontion of our renders' tn 'lie . important sales by auction advertisod by Mr ' John Stewart in this issuo. Accepted Texdeh.— The following fender has boon accepted by tho Government ? T. Diggins, contract lx, road Moss Vale to I Boiriudorry Ferry. The Sydney Fun.- This now 'hummus, quizzical, and satirical' journal: of which we mado mention a short tnno since,' as a fort-' nightly, has met with such oncourasemont that' tho proprietor has dotorminod to issuoit weekly' The second number contains a full pajro illuLtiu tion,'.' Virtuous Indignation,' and a7numbor of woll-oxeciited and humoious sl.eti lies New: Public Schools.— In accordance with the provisions of tho 34th section of tho Public , Instruction Act of 18R0, it. is propbsod to es't'ah-' lish Public schools at Bomhdorry ; . Cambewnrra West, near Cambewarra ; Conjola, hear Tatto yattah; Jannuiig, near .Waridandian ; Re...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 1. (Before Messrs John Monaghan (Chairman) B. Brown and John Glanville, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Tuesday, June 1.. (Before Messrs. John Monaghan (Chairman), , : B. Brown, and John Glanville; Js.P.)     ? William Hogan,( who was arrested on warrant for disobodionco to i summons of the Conrt, was , brought boloro tlio Bench, and mulcted in the .costs of tho piocoedings, Tho- same individual ploaded guilty (.to,, having been 'drunk ami dis-' ordorly at tho Greenhills Hotel, Nowni, on the oth May, , and wus fined 2s Od, costs addod; Paid -rr Filzgibbon, on information bv .Constablo Bru.vno. nliWHml -i. obscono laiiguago°at Torrara oir the 22ndi-Mav whilst undor tho infiuonco of driuk, and'-was filled 2s 6d and rosts. Paid. , rhonias Dnii, sen., pleaded guilty to an offonco of a similar: nnturo, as rolatoil by- tho same ofheor, aud ^vus fined 2s (Jd und eosts. Paid. James Dovanoy, jun.; was chargod' 'by' Con- | stable Brayno with. having ? boon drunk and dis- 1 orderly at Torrara on ; tho 22nd ult., ' and ' was fined 2s 6d and costs. . Pnid. . ; Denis Raymo...

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Science. THE NEW GERMAN "CURE" FOR PHTHISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

j^titita. THE NEW GERMAN 'CURE' FOR PHTHISIS. Foe some few weeks past the Gorman medical prosB has beon discussing a new ' cure' for phthisis, and accounts, moro or les3 accurate, of tho method and its benefits havo found thoir war into tho daily and weekly papers, and havo exoitod a consider^ able amount of attention. It is thus described in a letter from Dr. Kroeaak, tho assistant to Professor Kokitansky, of Inns bruck, who has been treating tlm consump tivo patiouts in his wards by tho now method, ond, it is said, with results that have far surpassed his expectations ; but aa yet no definite statistics of, tho cases and their course havo been published : ' Nulriuui benzoicum — ono pro millo of tho bodily weight, ,dUui-id lo a nolutior. of 5 per cent — is inhaled twice a day, in ^be morning and evening', by mums of a well-acting 1 Sieg'io's pulverisator,' without intorrupcion duviug seven weeks. Beaidos, the appetite, whioh will show itsolf soon, in to be fully satisfied by a meat...

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Trabeller. WILD SPORT IN PATAGONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

feeler, WILD SPORT IN PATA60NIA. Amono tho- many curious types of somi oivilised mon to be found on the continent of South America, not tho loast remark able is tho ostrich-hunter, who roams ovor tho torritory extending between tho fortiotli and fifty-third dcerco of south , ; latitudo, botwoen the Cordilleras and tho sea. Lot tlio roador picture to himself a| perfectly dosolato region, shut in by thai forbidding Patngoniau coaat ; a long line .of black rugged rooko, whoro Magellan ? and ? hia bravo followers landed in 1520, and Brake soruo sixty yours lator; a doaort extending for about soven hundred miles, with nn area of twico tho extent of that of Groat Britain, consisting only of immonso arid plains, with hero and thoro . a glitloring salt lake, and broken occasion ally by deep ravines or caiions, with thoir soanty patches of alluvial soil. For thirty or forty miles at a stretch nothing ia to bo soon but this sombre landscape ; n. few straggling stunted bushes being the only sh...

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THE STORY OF LADY NITHISDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

THE STORY OF LADY NITHIS- I DALE. EvEnTBODT bnB hoard of tho Tower of L'.ickIor. Tho London of to-day has risen around it from tho ftehes oi tho Loudon of tho pant; generation after generation has beon forgotten j customs havo changed so completely ao fashions, but the Tower 1b now, as of old, nn object of interest that is half of fear, half of toiidornoao to all reading t*uu uuuaiug ujiuuo i ii uuujiui tiyLupuvjiy. So often has it been described, i.o often portrayed upon artists' ouuvnB and gravers' blocks, that even thoso who dwell boyoud sens know well Its square, stolid outline and angular tiirrctB. Its 'Traitor's Gate' has gaped and bristled In many a youthful dream, and its blood-stained ' Hill' has risen liko a nightmare upon tho vision of tender students and improsalonable lovers of romance. William the Norman— England's conqueror, whoso grasp closed on her forovor — built those massive walls ; set them, liko his soul, upon the fair face of the land his sword had won, and st...

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THE DREAM AND THE WAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

THE DREAM AND THE WAKING-. Bx Annui Thomas. M Beside a littlo triokling rill - ! A:poot once lay, sleeping, 1 And through his brain, aB ho was still, ' j Wero aotivo fanoies oreeping. , The girl ho lovod was his to-day ; With a roed ho- turnod the river : - His versos won a crown of bay, j And Sappho was the giver. ? ' 0 happy dream ! O cruel dream ! I 0 impotent endeavour ! ! Tho willow reed ne'er stoppod the stream That rolled along forever ; ' Nor did tho bard attain tho fame He dreamed about that morning ; Nor did the maiden ohango her name, Bui still hia love kopt scorning.

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"WHO'S AFRAID?" [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

'WHO'S AFRAID?' ! Courage, brothers ! there is nothing In the world brave men should fear ; If' the heart be firm and steady, If the arm be strong and ready, Half our dangers disappear. Only cowards faint and /alter, j Only aravons Bhrink and palter, I Only dastards are diBmayed. - ! Meet eaoh trial — never fly it, ! Faoe misfortune and defy it : '.]? Courage, brothers! — who's afraid? | Courage, brotherB ! there is nothing - In the world true men appals; Still be true to man and woman, To the God of truth a true man, True to Belt when dnty oallB. ' He that's false in word or doing Soul and body brings to ruin ; Lying's still a losing trade ; ' Do tho truth and fear no ovil ; [ Speak the truth and shame the devil ; j Oonrage, brothers ! — who's afraid? I Courage, brothers ! there is nothing I Bravd and true men should. affright; Life's a warfare high and holy For the lolty and tho lowly ; C j.l ami ungelB watoh the fight ; ! In tbe roar, and rnsh, and rattle, In the swoat und blood ...

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Commercial Intelligence. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

CoisiMBCM'eaaS HnsiSeHSjffea&ce. I Sydney MarZiclM. Thy ELF.C'I'UIC teleoiiai'11.1 ?Flour, £11 10a por tou; household, £10 10a; seconds, '£0 103; lucurno hay, £3 15s to £-1 0s; sccond quality, £2 10s to £3; inferior, 30s to 30s ; Wnrrnaiubuol potatoes, £'2 15s to £3; onions, £2 I03 to £3; muiv.a, 2s por bushel ; butter, in heg, ? Is pur lb ; eggs, Is Gd to Is 9d per dozen ; bilcon, 3il to 7d por lb; clieoso,'2d to 8d ;' hums, l()d to Is por lb ; fowls, 2s 9d to 3s por pair; ducks, 'Js to -Is (id ; goeso,' 7s; cock turkoys, Ms; lion do, 7s por pair.

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Nobelist. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

IMdist. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, BY GROSVENOR BURSTER, Author of V Mark Felton,' ' Ms Wins _ Wh Waits,' 'AM' Bridle},' $o., S;c. OHAPTEK XI.— (Continued.) I : With this, Mr. Dobson turned away, leaving Denis to return to hia lodgings and bring down his email stook of clothing on ' board. He had not much trouble in packing ap his little property. He purchased a Boa chest, however, and 'stowed away everything in it— not forgetting' Martha's bibb'. Then no flumea qowd to ine oasm and went aboard the Harriet Henderson, a Bus barque of some 800 tonB. i -.. ? All was hurry and obnfdsion on board, for the barque had been speoially ohnrtered to, ? carry passengers to the great gold land. 'An; incongruous herd of men, women, and chil dren were on board seeing to the stowing away of thoir belongings, and arranging their berths for their reoeption. Sailors were busy, hauling ? in oaBka~ and boxes, 'and all ''the1 lighter o'argo whioh^would T)e' nfleded 'on the' . voyage; while' B...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

BiOCAJL ItfTJEJLklOflSrcC.E. Church of England.— As annoutieod tlio Bazaar in aid of Nowra Church Fund, wiis hold in the Bund Ilall, on tlie ovoning of Saturday last till 10 p.m. Tho salo was conducted with great vigour, and during tho low hours it con tained articles amounting in value to a consider-;, able sum, changed hands. Tlio.wholo affair was very succossl'ul which in list .'bo gratifying, to tho fair contributors who'workod' so'hcartily aud so liberally on this occasion. 'It should bo mentioned that any transaction in tlio 'way of lottery or milling was strictly discount'onancrid. ?' Tho proceedings1 wore rendered outortaining by . tho introduction of pleasing musical; ;ro'citals.on tho organ. POST-OEFI3E AXD COMMOX. FOB, YALWAL. rr 1 1 rcfcronco to nn 'application -froiiv Mr!;H. IToss arid minors of Yalwal to tho Minister fpr.Minbs, for the reservation of certain lan'dsv lit that locality, to bo sot apart for tho purposes of a Common, tho following letter has bebu received ...

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Poetry. REST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

? ? ? ?= ? ? REST. Wheh thon art wsary of the world, and lean ing ' Upon My breast, My soul will shew to thins its hidden mean ing, And thon shalt rest. When thon art eagerly, but vainly aiming At -ome far end, Thon knowatt not thy pining and complain Juug Have pierced Thy Friend. - My: presence is around thee arid about thee— Then dost not know — But if ' thon knewast, thon ? wonldst 'ne'er donbt me, I loreihes bo. Thon art a very child, andneedest guiding — Thee I will lead: Another guide might be too qoi6k in ohiding, Nor kndw'thy'need. Lean on Me, ohild — nor. faint beneath -thy sighing, With help go near : I took upon Me all thy;grief and dying To heal thy fear. When thouart resting'.in' my Beoret'dwPllihg, Shadowed by Me, Thon Bhalt not' tire of listening— I of' telling My love for thee. Thine eyesarebent upon each loving5 token Sent by my hand; With theso alone thy spirit would bo broken In thy fair lend. Thon art a lover ol all' thingB of beauty In earth and epaoe ; Then. su...

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Nowra municipal Council. TUESDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

I«wia 9Iunicipal Council. , . ' , : Tuesday, June 8. Tub Council met at 7 p.m. Prosont— the full Council, excepting Alderman Moss, who was absent through indisposition. Tlio minutes of previous meeting wore read and confirmed. — The Mayor brought up the report of tho Finance Committeo, recommondiug payment of tho undermentioned itoui6, amounting to £32 9s 3d : — F. Sidney, £8 8s ; Duff, £G; Barret1, £0 ; Valuation, £7 7s ; Hammick, £3 7s ; Thoin-on, £1 15s 9d; Holland, Is 6d. Eeport adopted. — The Mayor roported the visit of Stock Sub Inspector Bonson, who approvod of tho proposed sito for stock pound applied for; that cert .tin repairs woro required to tho bridge b. low tho post-ofiiio ; that tho Eov. M. D'Aroy hid claimed exomptiou of ratos of his residenco ba;'n7 tho presbytory of tho Eoman Catholic Church, and oxempted by express provision of the Act. — Clause second of report was roforrod to Works Committoo ; and after brief discussion, on tha desirablonoss of putting all clerg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

'No pent up Utica contracts our powers' may bo truly said of ono 'of the most invaluable, preparation of modern timos, tni\ its salos aro not confined to anv particular upbore, but extend ovor all tho quarters of tho globe. Odors are homg constantly received from romoto soctions, and its export constitutes one of tho stanles of our trado. Circulars an 1 pam ihlo'-.s oxolanatorv of its ourative propert os have boon trans'atod mte aUlanguagos, and thoro iti no p u t on of tho world whoro Udolpho Wolfo s Sohicd mi Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. . Dhw of THE Alit'S. — The world outsido ot Europo having discovered thafc^this jialatablo tonic liquor is tho finest myigrirant oxtant, tho domand tor it in tho West Indios, -South Amonca and Australia lias literally becoino enormous. It is straugo for hundreds of voars so wonderful an appotizor and stomachic should havo beon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron t ors*, and tho thanks of millions aro duo to Mossrs. M. Moss and Co...

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Northern Counties Institute for the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

Nnrtltcrii t'ouiilicN Hiistitntc lVtr the SSIiiitl. The editor acknowledges tho rocoipt of tho fol lowing comuiuiiicatiou by t.ho last, mail, and, boing aware that thoro aro among tho readers of this journal many of his countrymen who hail from tho ' Land of tho mountain and tho flood,' aud who, inspired by tho patriotic love of country and kin lor which tho Scot is proverbial, might bo desirous to contributo towards the funds of such a praiseworthy insti tution, ho hero oilers no further apology to thom for placing it bol'oro thom : — ' Industrial Homo for tho Blind, ' 25, High-street, Invornoss, loth April, 1S80. Sir, — I bog leave to ask your attention to an ,0ft'ort with which it is bolioyed that many gontlpmon ; abroad having an interest in tlio Highlands,1 will bo glad to manifest thoir sym pathy. Thoro aro nboiit 400 blind porsons in tho Northorn ^.Counties.,. Among' .them aro many children,' whP both in respect of education anil useful. employment havo boon utterly neglected...

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Counterfeit Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

Counterfeit JButtcr. ? OLEOJiiVnoAiuxE— a cunning compound of tal low and milk, with a little ]-uro butter added to impart flavour—is giving tlio .dairymen and butter dealers no littlo troublo. 'It is an imitation of butter.- aibaso. anl braiien- counterfeit of that delightful odible}..aud, liko othor counterfeits, is smnetimes so skilfully; pro'iared that it is diffi cult to distingiusjjnt'.from the'1 genuine articlo. At tho, great dairy . ftiUMii^New York, a month mjn; Mlonin ir.rariiie w.i i publiclv stigmatized by bjiug o.\*'lii 1 id I r nn tho exhibition by decree of the director.-;. - ? l'lio ma:ijifaeturers of tho articlo took a-i a Iroit method of resenting tho insult. Thoy brought some, packa^os . of tho best oleo uiargn rine into tho exhibition room, announced it was there, a od defied -the: directors to detect it..': :Tho directors mado an. attempt and failed, wlueh. authorized- the oleoniaigarino . makors to doclare thiit if thatsartic'o can bo mado so good a* to deceive...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

?? ,.,»ISTn»ICT- HTJEIWS. '?* ! 'J Brougliton's Creek. [fiiom quit CORRESPONDENT.] c News, like pnaiurago; is gett ng very scarce here. The month of May having run out. I do not here any fireworks being lot oft, consequently thoro are not so ninny, narrow oscapes with hqrsos now as there were a few weeks' ago- It isi not voiy : pleasant to hnve your horse start suddonly:ifbr; lioiiio leaving a, broken, bridle .for you. to -pondor oyer. 'But now this griovanco is over, till next yoar, and I think tho bridles are all repaired;: j \A/ r ' ,'v; : ' ' I :.am sure, tho people of Wattamolla will hail with-- xloliglit ' tho ' annourtcomont::tliat la- iPublib School is to 'bo established ' in their, ihidsti' V'l' hopo, ore' long, to seo a Publib' School- boing built in Broughton Crook, or as some call it;; ' Broiightbli.' Tho only thing we want is tho ground, audi think tho rost would follow in the usual courso. :: r. Tho how Presbyterian Manso is almost finished, and I am told that the Bev....

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A Deep-Sea Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

A Bpei»-Se:i Teleph«uc. ? Tiiere lives, jioar Lockport,; 'N.: Y.,' a French man named Pierre Valconr, who churns ill a recont .interview with tho Union ol that city to have: invented a 'doop-soavtelophouo:, that., will, revolutionize tho world. . -The invoiition' is best described in tho words of tho.i7n-oH :t— ..- r. IL Yalconr took the;-, writer to a .largo shod, which ho said containod the principal appara tus for keeping up telephonic nnd telegraphic communication with a vessel going at tho .high-., ost i nto of speed in any, weather with -the mam shore. ? jlIio entire ; mnolunorr .was oncasod m ii oigar-shnped motiillic flout, .thirtv feet long., A longitudinal section through, tlio middle of tins; shell,: presents a perfect ellipse, the greatest diameter hoingsix foot, or ono-fifth of itslongth. This shell is one-eighth of an. inch lnthic.inoss, made of the ,finestvgunbnrrel -metal, presenting, whon water-tight,-'! imperfectly, smooth, . glazod surface; Within. tlnfe shollaro ...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

KLcnlJinvcM SiiJeSIIgcitee. I ARRIVALS. 3Iay 20,— Dlaworra (s.), from Svdiiey. „ 29.— Our Own (b.)» from Sydney; Illawarra (s.)» from Sydney. Juno 2.— Elawnrra (b.). from Sydney. „ ft— Promise (kctch), from Kiama, „ 5.— Ula-^arra (s.)» from Sydney. „ 0.— Oar Own (b.), from Sydney. „ 8. — Proeper Coulon (schooner), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. May 27.— Our Own (s.)/ for Sydney ; Blawarra (s.), for Sydney. r-'-*,.,, . 81.— Ulawarra (s.)» for Sydney;. Promiso (ketch), for ??Kiama, June 1.— Moyoan (schooner), for 8ydney. »» ?2,k— Our Own fs.), for Sydney. ' i. -3.— Illawarni'(fl.), for Svdnnv. - 4. — Mary Ann (kctch), for wollongong. .7.— Dlawarra (s.)» for Sydney. , ? ? ?? EXPORTS. ? Per niawarrn, Captain J. Garde, on theSrdJuno, 1SS0: — To Sydney : 130 keg* butter, 4G bags bark, 10 baskets Ash. 4 baps yeOH. 4 hides, 35 chcc^, 10 pip*. 21 bag* bacon, G coops poultry, 4 bags onions, 11 cases cpp.«, 3 bags oysters. 1 calf, 1 $ caaktallow, 3 packugoa leather, anil sundries. To Kiatna : 39 /?p...

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