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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

CHEAP ADVERTI8EHENT8. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Advertise ments under twenty tcords, only One Shilling. TEnua ron advertisements. Vw«Uy word® dhd under* Ono SMIHngt every atldltlonnl Ten worth, BUptticoj One Inch. Three Still1Inq» : nnd One And £lspcn?c for etcry additional Inch or part of an inch. TfitUlS OF SUDSCniPTlON. Bight ShUHo#« per Quarter when paid In advAnrct nm) Nine Shining! If not paid within FuuniiBN Days after the coin* tnc&ccmcat of each Quarter. Notice to discontinue AdvortisomontB must bo givon in writing on ilio day previous to j publication. - THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' j General |)rintm(j ®.ffitr. E VERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING oxoeutcd nitli neatness nn.1 despntcb. Book-work, Catalogues, Posters, lllllhc.ids, Cheque Books, Circulars, Law Forms, Pam|:hlots, Show Curds, and ovory other description of plain tun) ornamental printing in a stylo not to bs excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly modern to. Hlgh-etroot, West Maitl...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TESTIMONIAL TO DR. BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

TESTIMONIAL TO DR. M,.VND. Tkstimo.viaIis in Now South Wales have been showered with 'a profusion only equalled by the ? statue-rrecting mania fur which some ayes have liren distinguished. Cato is said to have ex claimed 'that he would rather have men ask why a statue had nut been hewn to perpetuate his memory than why one had.' The noble Roman felt be deserved a public recognition of his ser vices, bill knew full well that the best of human [{ifts are depict1 ated in value when bestowed by a lavish and indiscriminate hand. To those who have carefully marked the political progress ot New South Wales l'r the last twenty years — from the time when a feeling ol responsibility was growing up in the public mind, to its full developenieut by the inaugura tion of Responsible Government in 1 8.'-(- — it is apparent that political progress in this Colony has had its exponents,, anu but foV their energy and talent the boon which we now enjoy might have been long delayed. Amongst the workers i...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

Tlio Groat Northorn Hailway. NKWCASTI.E STATION— Down Thains. ^ ? Mixed Sunday Dint. k ' ' ' Trains. Trains. 'Miles. Lkavi: — a. m. p.m a. m. p;in. 0 Newcastle - Honeysuckle 1 7-3() 3. 0 kj 3. 0 Point ? I 9J Hexham ? 8- 0 3-Sff 8- 0 3 ;!0 . lCj Mwitln-ntl ? 8-2-1 3 'M' 8-2 t| 3 ft 4 MAITLAND STATION— Up Trains. 1T«. . „ Mixed .Sunday SrAT.oN,. Trains. Trains 'Milos. Leavk— aim i- in. a tn.'p.m. 0 Maitland ? 8-45 4-10 ?R-40U-10 6j Iluxhnin ? 9 6 » 30 9- '-' -l :!!! IGi Newcastle ? I 0 30 j- 4 S)'3U, 5' 4 |,lar.t|crit fees, 'HOTFUNO KXTKN IIATK NOH HET liOWN AIIOIIT IN MA1.I0R WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1857

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIMENT ON A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIMENT ON A CHILD. Home time »?o the following paragraph appeared in a (''.,-}: paper, und has been largely copied in ether ? \ funis ; ? ; 'The subject of the costumo of the ancient Britons has often been discussed ; it has been asserted that they ? were naked. Those who opposed opposed tiint view ad. .need as reasons iho coldness and vwiable nature of the 1 ' liiuatc. Tho question has been stt at res; by an ^xperi- 1 tiieut svhicli has recently been made ou a child, at St j Anne's Blarney, near Cork. ' J ' 1 1 2 child is fourteen 1 months old, and is tbe son of Mr. ? , who determin.d I to ascertain what the human frame would bear. The i child is perfectly naked night and dny ; be sleeps without I nny covering, in a room with tho thermometer at S83 ; ] bom ibis ho goes intoa bath at 118° ; ho sometimes goes 1 to sleep in tho bath ; lie is perfectly indifferent to heat or cold ; bo ia lively, active, cheerful, ami intelligent ; h's j nppc...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

? SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By way of Mclboumo wo have news from Adnlaido to the 10th InsUnt. The prinriplo feature of interest is. the account given by the Reyixtrr of tho recent disco veries in the North. XVc quote as follows : — » ' Mr. Goyder's report of his expedition to tho North, confirms in all its essential features tho statement we recently mado of the rouilU of his journey, and corro borates the Information wo were able to colioct for tin) benefit of our readers. But the report couveys a vast amount of lac's in refcroneo to matters on which j wo wore necessarily ill-informed, and suggests many interesting considerations which would scarcely occur to ' the mind on tho p*ru«nl of our imperfect account, 'i ho narrative of travel and discovery roads like a fairy talo ; not only in its disclosures of hitherto hidden trea sures, but also in its il utory wonders. It informs ns positively that wo havo a fre»h water lake in tho interior of the colony, whero wo scarcely dared hope for more ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

[?] A correspondent, lnw fivuved us wi'b tlio fo'lowinj ' 01 tract I'omo private letter of -m nllieoi' of tfie tiT'.n j Nativo lufiutry tou brother in M-dboiuno ; — | Agra, 2_':.d May, lfij'. i Yon tnlh of onr meo'ing again I To is ui.iil will c^ry j lioWK to )ou iibn'U Indi'i (hit lenders il, veiy (Ituibtf'il at tho prescit inoment v.-iiet.'icr any of t/ie prcfent. K iro. ! jienns iu Ituli.i will ever leave it. Our Lidim .v.-ipire i- ! bs.nging by ;i hair. We hnvo no on every year annex. ? ing liu^c terii'oi io.- to our douiinions, riising imineine | araiies of native.; ir.mi'Uii r'n-in and puttiiig arms in ' (heir hand/, withnnt in. king a ci rrcspouding incrciso In 1 olir Fjiiropeun lorce*. V.'.rti is tue citi-equoiice .' After j sundry potty oiitbre..l;s iirii.;; tiie list two months in tlio native ainiv, nml the '..fVi.iiv.ling of ',m nai.ive rej;i- I meuty, m general inarsaen.- o! l-iur' j—aus pi.-etns . to luve : been reaolvo-i ou. It e euoi-itve-. o,. S.ibhatn nl'terr.oori, ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

COLONIAL WTELLtGENOE. vxcromL Hpxbosxrne, JtftT iwi.— inc. issue .of toe Sydney Branch of tho Royal Mintii cotf a&jgal tender in Vic toela. Govsrtmtnl G&zttU ostriordin&jy 'V7&3 published c.4 5y*i I on Tuesday, containing the proclsraafcfofe# -ti has.. ittflarGraciooa Majesty 5n CousclJ, -dated ut X7j«d nr, iho 13rh Octobor, 1C54, the '.proinulgstum cf vrl kh. .ilia % ft standing 2A Vi-?t^xla equal to that so long exclusively enjoyed by its British brother. It is impossible to over-estimate tlio ultimate Importance of tho establishment in Australia of a branch' of tho Itoyal Mint. With increasing trade, the present silver currency of tho Ea^t must in time givn wjy, under theprcBHure of increasing comparative t»carcity. Already gold coin is surely working its way iuto curroncy, do xpito the traditions and custom of ages.. The Svdney sovoroign may havo a mission to porfonn in tho British Empire in the East. Tho proclamation has given ocra*. slon for ver...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

RMSJf CREEK~Mr. ADA5! MATHER, rZ' W~ v bo,ca ftPPointoil Agottt for 1S10 ^ortkern ' «»,, imet in this diatrJct, find in nathoritcd to rec-llva 'Aii'-'-. ortiflGinenie and Sobscriplionn. ' ' -»\Y \ [- IIISBAN g^11f^0aZ5rgHgl!~tey. WlUKal II [J Bnyd, of T'ionh Uttabano, haa. beoti opnelotfli) |9 ,'' gent Tor tlio Northern Tina In tliosa dintrleta, and Jfl &P ' uthottsod to rcceivo.ndvoitlsemcntti attd nulacriBtlonn Wn i ^0CKFIOlitEttr8 CRHEfC^KOTUjE^MiTXB J Squiro lias bcon nrpolntcd Agont for the Aortfern - Wffl met at Coekughter'fi Creclt. nnd io authorised to ricilvo nbscviptioTiti andndvorllgemEnta. ® Iu 'UjAllKifOB TOWN.-NOTIClB.-Mr~15airura ? J been appointed nn Agont : for the 'Mi] tmes, in Claronco Town, and is aulhoriso&-&» tecdva Alfl' '' ubaoriptlona fttnl ddve*Useir®nt3.; ? /\U|r!-i; ^TaSSILIS.— NOTICE,— Mr. W- Miller hat, boon r.p J Pointed an Agent for tho Northern Timet in Ml lastllU, nnd is authorised to receive uubfietlptlona tiud fR ilvertisem...

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WESTERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

'WESTERN DISTB1CTS. ( F rom tht Sathurtt Free Prut of W (dmtdau.) LoaoMEn a Inquest. — An inquest was held beforo Dr. Buiby on yesterday week, at.CamptwU'8 Kivor, on tho body of u man named Thomas Cooper, who was found dead tlio samo morning. It appeared from tho evideaco that tho deceased, who was a small farmer re siding ou tho Winburndalo side of Campbell's Ilivcr, ' had been into town on tho day previous for tho purposo ot selling a quantity of potatoes. On hia return homo in tho evening, finding tho liver impassable, ho put up for the night at tho -house ol' a man named Dickor, who lived closo by. Ho was at this time tho worse for liquor, nnd had with him a quantity of rum, of whlejyjlio wit nu», who was perfectly sober the-wbolo ©vefgib ho drank about n pint tad a half, isfad was $Il|§Sip In a state of insensibility. Tho following morning ha was found dead, but thero wore no marks of violence on iho body. There being no medical witness to'dtpbsti to tho iinmpdiato cause of dea...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. ( From the Goulburn Paper of Saturday's July 18/ A) ExTiiAonntNAny Occuurencb.— A strange accident occurred at Woodward's Hotel on Thursday, which nearly termin ated faulty. Mr, J. Uright of Tuena had lent a brace of small pistols to a person, with whose name we are not acquainted. Tho party subsequently put lhe pistols Into a paper parcel, with other articles, addressed to Mr. Bright, and left it at the Commercial. The parcel was yesterday given to iu owner, opened, and the pistols exhibited to the company !n the coiy bar parlour. The pistols ultimately proved to be ♦« loaded with ball* ono of tho persons present, not observing that the pistol was espped (o misUko likely lo be made, owing to the peculiar construction of trie acwiy weapon,) raisea ine nammer. presented tho barrel at Mr. Dright, end pulled the trigger. Fortunately for that g«ntkmau he wamot partial lo pradlcsl jokes of this nature, and when iho pistol was brought to the level of his face he Jerked...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

WORETOtf BAY. (From (h$ Sydney Herald.) 'BmsnAKK, July 16. — This place is unusually barren in occurrences of interest at present The local papers aro nearly filled with correspondcnco growing out of tho recent meeting of Mr. Holt's supporters, but, excepting to. the parties immediately interested, it possesses little or no interest. Tho discussion will, no doubt, continuo until something fresh turns np to divert tho current of local politics into another channel. Luckily wo have not long to wait for this, at there is to bo a Separation Heetim; on Tuesday evening next, to tako into con ?ai deration what utepa ought to bo adopted in reference to tho delay which has occurred in carrying out the measure. Fortunately, on this occasion, there is not likely to bo any differenco of opinion, and therefore wo aro pretty sure to havo a harmonious meeting — an ocCurrenco rare in these parts. I believe another pe tlfion, praying that the separation of tho Northern Dis tricts may bo canriod out ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

Y A 3 S . From the Yass Courier , July 18. Accrnnjft to the Yass Mail. — On Saturday evening last, while the Yass mall was proctcding to Goulburn, it mot with rather an unpleasant accident. When about n mile and a half from the Goulburn side of Mr. lx-dgc's public house, tho driver put the horses at a fair pace, with tho hops of arriving at his destination in time, but ho had hardly got theif mottlo into pl«y, before the vohiclo camo with n tremendous crash against a log, at thick as a man s body, that lay concealed beneath mud and water, dashing tho two foro wheels away, smashing the springs, and locking all four wheels together At tho hack of the coach. The sudden jerk throwthc drlverfrotn hie seat nearly a dozen foot. After going through two or three evolutions, the driver sprang up and raized hi* leader*, dtscovoring at the same time that a trace, a r« in, nnd tho pole were broken. Tho hope of fixing it again in working order was despaired of, and tho unfortunate whip essayed to...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. The Register % of the 10th instant, contains tho follow ing weekly report of the markets : — 'In reviewing the state of tho market since my last report I may notify the arrivals of tho Havilah and* Burra, steamers, from Mel bourne, wiih advices down to the 4th instant, tho reports by each being that the Victorian flour market still con tinued firm, and that rates were steadily advancing. The last intelligence reports prices thero at £J23, but private advices state that several bouses aro holding for £25. The natural conscquenco of this is a further rise in our own market, sales of town brands yesterday and to-day being effected at £22 2a fid to £22 12s Od, and country nt £22. As there is li tie probability that any foreign cargoes will arrive to influence the state of tho Melbourne market, present prices are likely to stand. The price of wheat has advanced -Id per bushel during tho woek, to-day's prices ruling nt 9s 5d tv) 9s Gd. Bran keeps firm at 2s Gd to...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

TASMANIA* MARKETS. Private advices from Uobart Town, dated 10th inst , state ' There has been a further riso in our wheat ami flonr niarkot this day. Wheat is now firm at 9s, and fine flour £23. One house has orders to buy 6000 bushels at U.% which will have the effect of maintaining present rates at loast ; but we should not bo surprised tosco a further advance of Gd per bushel, as there is a general indispo sition on the part of holders to sell. Oats have also advanced, and are saleable at 1 Is 6d. Potatoes, £10 por ton. exclusive «f bags.' The Launeeston Examiner of tho 11th instant reports the following prices as the market rates of that morn ing : 11 The mills— first flour £20 per ton, seconds £18 di.to, bran 38; wheat bought at 7s Cd to 8s per bushel. Wheat 8s to 8s 3d per bushol ; oats lis Gd to 12s 3d ; hay* prcsi^d, £10 to £12 per ton. Barley, Capo 8a 6df Eugltsh 8s to 10s. Potatoos, £10 per ton; onions, £14 ditto.*'

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

MESSRS. MOItT AND f.'O.'S WIOEKLV ritODUCE SALE, TtlUItSUAY, JULV lt-, I8o7. Tare actual ; draft 1 lb por cwt. j and no other allowance. Wool : Mixed, WY, 1 bale at. l.'d ; fleece, fib'glitlv da maged, .M M MoM, S at 2t)d ; lb-eee, F.J.I , ft ut Slijd ; ditto, X in ilitimniiil, 20 at 2!jd; llecce, .VI in diamond, 5 at 2ld ; mixed, Mil in dinmond, 3 at I4jd ; Clf, lot, at Hd, ditto 8jd, ditto Dd ; nii.vod, —, 1 bule ut 13i-l ; i at fiid, 1 at 13d ; 1 bag at 1GJU. | Klieejislvliis ; f,nt nt 0]d, (! btinubn nt !).)d, 2 ditto nt r.f.,d. -I di1 to ut. IMd, 2 bales nt K J i, bit. at 11. | d, i bnntUt's ni Hfd, IkiIo at !hl, 2 buiidlcii at 5id, 1 ditto at 1, 1 ilitto ;.t ! ? I . T:i.lluw ; ^ ensks at -Ids 'id, -1 dil.lo at Ills 3d, -I dit tn nt iSs Oil, 3 ditto at 12i, 2 diltn :it ?! 7 \ ij cu-.d-.H at !-7s (M, 111 ditto at 47s, 4 ditto :-.t -lt-.-' fid, 3 ditto al 4(ls Eld, 3 ditio, por ton, nt £KI 7- lid, .1 ditto ditto, al Ci-I, 12s lid, I box at -'Is, 2 C'lsks, 2 cns';s at 05-; lid. Hi...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANNING RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

MANNING: RlVfcR. v, ( From the Ifcrdtd Correspondent) AcciORNtAL DfiATH.^-Another of those tragical cvonti incident to. tho inexpericUcod settler in clearing a bush farm, has Ulst occurred to a Mr. Campbell, late of Syd ney, on bis estatd near Cnndletowrt. It nppears from the magisterial inquiry bold boforo a Mr. DaVis, J.P.^ who happened to bo in tho neighbourhood upon private business, that the deccasod and his man wero cng-tgod on Saturday, July 4th, falling a tree ; when It wns nearly cut through, he rcilrod some distanco to watch, in ordoc that he might warn . his man of tho way it would fall I after I10 had given tho nlann he seems cither to havo mado n mistnko or to havo lost his pi'Cscnco of mind, for insto id of keeping clear of tho tree, ho ran just tho wny It xras falling, nnd so was Instantaneously killed,' Hismiito, happily, took anotbor w.»y, and by leaping down tho banlt of a crock escaped unhutL 'The deceased had vory intoly purchased tlio farm, fonnorly hold by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

PRO DUCT. C1UCUL/V.E. Only a fow bales of wool have appeared at auction this 1 week, aud nurcil 3«'ri- have bold b'tck conRiderably since j ' the result of the Lu^iioh sales up to the 10t.li May bad i became known. ; The declinc of Id por lb noticed Jast week is confirmed, and even at thiii rednci.ion Feveral parosls httv« beon witlidrawii. Superior fltr.ee t-nd scoured wools have | sufi'ei-cd most. A l^t ol gro-jsy lamb'd wool realised Is i 2i por lb. The t ,l ow market is not s ? firm this wo*k ; both idiip. peM and consumers declining to give pi ices sought by holders, consequently sales havo not been to any extent, und prices are quoted from Is to 2i lower. Sliojpi-kinfl hnvo participated in the deo'ina of woil, and lust week's rates are not ob-atnablo, rnuking the 'dc clioe 1 i d to 2d per Ib an most descriptions siucti tho be ginning of t.'oe ti»-n'b. Dions.— An unusual larg' quantity of hides were ca talogued, consisting of '25-10, nnd this number was in creased even after th...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. RAYMOND TERRACE. ( From our own Correspondent.) Being fond of sport, and not wishing to koep all tho fun to myself, I beg to inform you that the little toj~*- of Raymond Terrace was quite on the qui vice, in co£ qwonce of a prize fight that caino ojf Jast wvok, botwecur 41 Tommy tho miller' and 'Dick the saddler. The two combatants on making their appearance shook hands cordially, and any casual observer, not knowing the parties would have given long odds on the miller; his friends looking confident of success. After the umpire had been tossed up fur, aud all preliminaries settled, tno dusty boy Ct'inmencod by hitting out with a regular slaughtering 3G-horse power, occasionally trying to throw dust iu tho oyes of Jiis audience by endeavouring to givo a sly poke at^ little Dick, who however boro the terrible onslaught with perfect good temper,' but without the least show of retaliation, for about an hour, when the grist beginning to fail, the miller got slacker...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday Evening, July 17th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

.SYDNEY MA11KETS. Fri-.lny Evening, July 17th, 1P57. 1' i.nitrt and Grain. — n hu itcomes in vcty slowly, ami v.tnples are inditlereiit ; good samples -vro worth rt:' tid to ;M Jut bushel ; flour bits advanced jC2 per ton fur first mil .second qualities; bran from 2-. (id to 3s per bushel, md scarce. Messrs. Ilaiker and (,'o. quoin the liue.sl, llour at ,C'2~), ntld the second quality at. .I.'!3 per ton; wheat 8s to lis po; bushel; bran lis tid ditto. Mi bus. Furlong and Kennedy report their best tlinir £2~-, nttd tccunds £211 per ton; wheat- fis III to 0- per bushel ; bran nnd pollard, 2s (Id ditto. Mr. Huc'tlev, of tin- Vic toria Mills, also quotes Hour nt X'2-5 and '.C'.:3 per ton; wheat 8b to Ds per bushel ; bran 2s tid ditto. Mums. ileikleman ntid U.ito report n tiimiliir rise in the price of llour of tho first quility. and their seconds tlwy i;noie ul. C-- per ton ; wheat, from 8s. fid to i's per bushel lor the best samples ; bvnn, 2s Oil lo 3s per bushel, nml viry scarce. lli...

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PROPERTY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

ITiOPERTY ClilC'ULAR. Bnr jls nnd liowe* luve sob! during tho wetlt tho fol lowing properties : — WeaUier-botird c-jtt.ige, ll.iluiain, Sourcs to MofFilt, X' Id', o-isb. 3- vooiued ottnge, nt 11 '.dferti, £85. 6-rooined ditto, of, ditto, UJ7I. -IS.-.oi-u fmm, Rooky 1' jiut-rojd, Cook's Tlivcr, .C7 los por aero The demand f r this woil; ban boon limited. I Iu it o is and I'iiwcs, Auctioneers, ll-june, Lmd an 'I E tUo A go li t-, 2.S-I-, 0-:-nne.stre.i'.t.

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