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Cadbury Bros.' Cocoa Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Cadbury Bros.' Cocoa Exhibit. . . .Jt'lpe name of Cadbury lifts bcconie a v house- • ,Jioi<1 world " in almost every land where the 'idCnglisji iiingiingeis siioken and rolls off the . Ijpngtie' in varied forms in many lands where igiatjangimge is not usually lieaid It may almost be said to be a synonym'-for Cocoa and its' products; indeed we.have met with a young, lady who imagined that •• • adbury was n name specially used to denote chocolate sweetmeats, just as the word '• lolly" is applied to their sisters of many hues. : but it is not with Cadbury's Chocolate we ni-e going to •concern ourselves, that shall be left to speak lor itself 011 tliis'occasion, while ■: we concern ourselves with that which figured so prominently in the Pavilion at the Sho^> Cadbuiw's Cocoa. ground, and drew encomiums from every side, " Cadbury's Cocoa." Jb'ii-st. however, a word as to the article cocoa itself, or as it should properly bo termed, following, general use in all languages exc...

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A.B.C. Milk Separators. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

A.B.C. Milk Separators. Tlio A.B.C. Separator, on exhibition lit the Show, hasnow. for the tivst time made its appearance before itio Australian public, and ought to rapidly win its ..favour as a service able anil excellent machine. It is extremely cheap without lieiiif* "nasty," and .the method of driving, the bowl is the best we have seen. The •'Ccnlrator"gearisancal, mechanical arrangement which lias . recently been patented, and applied to hiffh machines of this kind, such as fan blasts It combines the advantages of an elastic roller bearing with friction gear. -Hy this means smooth and easy running is obtained, and in the event of it sudden stoppage of. the bowl from any cause,"the parts of the niachiuc can run on free'y without risk or breakage The bowl of this Separator is placed horizontally not vertically as in other Separators - and _£ffrr sists of very few parte,- which are eiisi y e'eaned. ' • *• *-<f Xhe: machine is naff beiitg made in threii sizes, 8, 10, an...

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FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

■ stated: J5. IVilclmrd, ]; Jt. 'J\ Kuys, 2; Jiil, White. 3. Beat lmllouk exhibited ill four specified classes, clium[!ion in-ize: K.veciUarn of })ililieii : Hike; Estate. Host now ,.exliil)i(ed ill (luce specilicd clusscw, clmiiipion prize: Tlioinnit Ellis. FAT STOCK. FAT SHEEP. .Judges: Messrs. (ion. Oldham, ,7.-Wilson, and •!. S. Agnow. Host pen of. live merino wother.s, 1st prize £~> pivsonlod li.v tlie Fill Stock Salesmen's Association (Sydney), sccond prize; £!): .1. JPCiilluni's, I ; no second prize awarded.; ; Best pen of live erossiired (owes itnd wethers), not over (j lootli; first prize, u guineas, pre sented by tlia N.Z. Loan and Mercantile: Agency Co , ..-Ltd. ; second prize - i'i! : .l. > •--.•M• (Jtillum*a pen of crossbred .wethers, 1 ;£V ..Iiis.^Jtobinson, 2. ; yi.'. h* Hest; pen of; live .-crossbreds: (ewes . or -wether's), any ago; first pri/e,5 guineas, pre sented by the Fat Sloelc. Siilesinen's Associa tion (Sydney);'second prize ii guineas, pre sented by M...

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PIGS [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

PIGS ..J tulgcs: Messrs; G. ViiMeiy W.M.' Gibbons, •C. Barnes and Jus. Cosgioye. WHITE HH1313DS, INCLUDING YOltK. SHIRK, 13'1'C. JjAHGtc white. 1 ; Boar over i2 nionths; 13. SI. Droit's Young : .Winsor Boy. 1. Sow over 12 mouths : A. s.W.- Green's —r, 1; 13. Jf. Belts' Sylvia. 2. Sow under 12 months : 13. SI. Holts' Toddio II., 1. Pen of young pigs under -1 months: G.,II.' / TIepplewhilo 1; -10. II. Dotts, 2. .i MI5DIUM WniTlS. ' ' ' Dour over .1.2 months: G.>lt. Hopplewhile's ; Victorll.i I; A. W. Green's —2;. 13. SI. Jlotts' Tonnny, li.c. Sow over* 12 .moiitlis: 13. SI. noils'.Annie Ijimrie 1 ;, A. W. Green's ——y 2;; G.H. Ilepplowhite's Polly, li.c. . ■ • Sow under J2 months .G. vlt. Jlepplo white's , 1 ; 13. SI. Holts' Daisy 11., 2. ■ ' ' SXfATili WIIJTI3. Boar over 12 months : 13. SI. Dolts' Snowy II., 1; II. SI. AYavburton's foleshill ■ Duke, 2. . Sow over 12 months : E. SI. Bolts' Qn^o3^, 1; I-I. SI.Warburton's 1 oleshill Duehess;\2. Champion prize (.115) for best, white ho...

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BOARD FOR EXPORTS' PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

BOARD1 FOR EXPORTS' PRIZES Judges: Messrs. T. 0. Worboys, W. M". Walker, 'i'hos. Bragg, Jas. Cocks. ' Wheat suitable for Export: Tlios O'Hehav, 1: lteinhard Bros., 2. , Barley (inciting) suitable for Kxport: Reinhard Bros, and W. G. Reinhard (equal) 1. Lucerne Hay .suitable for Export: McGregor Bros., 1 ; S. l'oot, 2. . ■ . • J ■ ! ' I » . 1 1 JA't uf An'iinlo continued vu-Jfayerfiirftf

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District Agricultural Societies' Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

f District Agricultural Societies' Competition* It \\'i{l bo remembered that lust year 11 new fcittlire-was introduced into the present Show in whiit wns known us District Societies' Competition, an idea which to-day is bearing Iruit beyond whiit its sponsors anticiputqd. The result obtained last year was considered satisfactory, but the exhibits this year show considerable advance, and arc certainly splendid advertisements for the districts re presented It lias been noticed that nothing benefits agriculture more than the system or inter-parish competition which has been adopted, in several of the most important dis tricts of this State, but when to this is added be-larger competition ofdistrictjigiiinst dis Grenfell District Exhibit. First Prize. triet at the greater Show in Sydney, each aided by the previous inter-parish contest, it will be seen Hint grout advantages must, accrue, not only to tile various districts which eiitor into the competitions but to every farmer and pastoml...

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

THE SHOW. (By GJ.j A Chicago policeman, charted by his superior ollicer for having arrested oy mistake a negro resembling a coloured gentleman " wanted" for an olYcnee, replied, " All coons look alike to me." A Sydney sightseer, sur feited with the plethora of admirable shows displayed for his edification The of late, could hardly have Scene. remarked, " All shows look alike to me," after even the briefest survey of the Itoyal' Agricultural Society's Show of'ltlOlOf course t he crowd in the Centennial i'urk 011 the occasion of tlio inauguration of tho Commonwealth wns larger, and, by reason of the presence of the military, more brilliant and varied in color limn the Ayriculturjil Society's giil.heriiifj of this .year ; lait, owing to the compact arrange ment of the eager spectators round the central Panorama of Show Ring. Parade of Horses and Cattle. ampitheatie, tlie attondamjc on Oooil Friday mid again oil Easter Monday 'impressed the lieholder us something phenomenal. A Mel bourn...

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The Passing Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

The Passing Scene. (By E. C. B.) One of the most novel and interesting parades was that of the dogs. Here were canines, of nil descriptions and sizes, led round by owners equally diverse in appear ance. The comic relief was supplied by a little dampy old lady—may the heaven? forgive mo for saying so—attired in a volu minous costume, which every now and then becamo ballooned by the wind. She was leading with great pride —pride delineated in' her every gesture and movement—a pretty littlo terrier. Now, some owners'walked round in listless fashion, as if quite uncon scious of the fact that a chain with.a dog at the end was anywhere existent; and some dragged around an unwilling, shame-faced dog, who. had to be semffcd along as if ho regarded the parade an indignity; and then other dogs went around with their owners who came on behind walking on their heels with the brake on. But the antique lady in the remarkable costume was very different.. With her right arm half-mast, as if she were...

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PONIES (Racing Po[?]ies excepted in these Classes.) PONIES IN HARNESS—GELDING OR MARE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

" PONIES (Jltli'lllg J'lillli'f Mfi'plfil 111 llienf . Lliianexi) • PONIES IX 1 lAIiNKSS—GELDING' Oli . . , .JIAIIM. "J'iui' of. ponies in limness find iliiven, not , exceeding 13 Jiimds: Dr. 'J. ,Ji. MeiedithU . Pepper nml Suit, 1; C. II. Cvftinmond's Punch mul Judy, 2. PONIES IX .SINGLE HA11NKSS, . GELDING Oil MAH13. l'ony in.hnvncss, not cxcceding 14 limuls: Mrs John Mcloy's , 1; J. F. .C'ohcroft's ,1'enny, 2. Pony in burners, not exceeding 13 "hnmls: Frank 1). lliwvii's Nip, 1; 'J'. 'Hindis' Dick, 2. Dr. John Hay's LUNTER, Holstein Cow, 3 years and over. First Prize and Champion.. Puny in Imnies.-;, not exnemliiitf 1:2 hands: 11. S. Limili's .Prince, 1 ; F. 11. Nmicimow's Tommy, 2. ' Pony in liuvncss, not exceeding J1 bunds: Joseph Clayton,- jun.'s.—-r, 1:; .Arthur .Mor ton's Fidget, '1.' l'ONIES IN SADDLE—GELDING OJt MAltE. ■ , ' . i'ony in saddle, not exceeding 1J bunds: .1. ;T. Gnvvftii's 'Adiun, 1 ; : Durey Oslioino's His Niblis, 2. . : Mr. J. Lawson's BRILLIANT BOY, Clydesd...

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

i c: j '.^-4 '> CATTLE. - Judges : Messrs. John James,lioburt Clark •lames''BaylU, Jidwaid Ingiuin, ^md _•). A. ^ailgeiy. 'A ' ' *. •, Bulijv.J ycais ftiul o\ei : John .Giant's Persimmon,-l-;:J.,H. Angiis'.'Connaiight, 2; Bill], 1 yeai and -iindui 3 jeius. '1'li/c given by John Sands: J. H^'Angas'.Hugiaos 1'rmceXVl.-1-;: J. H Angas!:;Baron.;Bruns wickXLIX.', 2; J. H. Angas' Duke-of- York II, he. * < ' Bull, 2 years-and under 3 yeais: i\Y. H. ."TiiidaIe's-Biindolier,-l; J. _H.' Angas' "Boyal jKuddington, 2. ■ * - ' •Bull .Calf, (5 months .old-and' under 12 ■months: J. Holnies'.His;Honor, 1; J..Hphnes' .Bullion, 2. -* • , w ; Cowv.i years old ■ and jover: "J .' H. 'Angas1 Hose of Connaiight XX., 1; Boliert M'Intyre's Cherry 0\foid's Queen,.2 Ileiter or Cow, 2 years old and under .1 years : T. II Mate and Co.'s,\ljiniitodf Miss Wild Ujc, X\\l ,1 j Heifer 1 year old and under 2 'years. i'1'rize presented by I'eapes it. Co.: J. H. Angas' r,i\<l.v Fortunate Xtirir...

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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

QRENFELL. The Grenfell. exhibit comprised- 1182 varieties, including 24 fresh and preserved fruits, 88" jams and jollies, 15 pickles, 32 snuces, 65 varieties of vegetables and roots, 200 distinct varieties,,of; cereals, 32 fleeces oi wool, iuid samples offl'ecces to the number of 200, an exhibit which practically secured the prize to Grenfell The fleece wool represents 20 holdings from 20 different exhibitors. Besides there are manufactures, vinegar, oil, Camden District Exhibit, fourth Prize. tallow, soap, sullYou, candles, eucalyptus ex tract, sticklite, scent, varnish, furniture polish, starch, wines, ultis, cordials, aerated waters, breadstutfs, 48 varieties of wheat, bagged and sheafed, chaff and hay, dairy produce, minerals (chiefly from Wyalong), and woods from Grenfell. Mr. George Cousins was in charge of the whibty. . Tho following awards were wado to individual exhibits comprised in the Graifell District exhibit and no doubt it was partly owing to tho general excellence of...

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GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

GRAFTON. This exhibit was arranged by Mr. Crispin with considerable taste and skill, and com prised'n large variety of products, including nn especially lino dairy e.vhibit. The oxhibit in full comprised two 50 lb. bo.\es of butter, two 2.t lb., two 14 lb., two boxea of butter in pats," and a ".quantity of tinned butter, I jur of I'asteurls'jilJmills, U jarof^Pasteurised cream. Fruits—Bengal citrons, coimnoi£or'ango, Seville orange, navel orange, Lisbon lemon, Honolulu omnge, bitter orange, cmnqunts, mangoes, medlars, goosebory, guavas. per Grafton District Exhibit. Second Prize. simmons (15 varieties'), date plums (two varieties),^Washington navel orange, pome granates (sweet and bitter); Brazilian 'sherries, {lineapples, walnuts, bush nuts, whumpees, quinces, apples, plantain bananas, Bell Baker pear, Bergamot pear, peats, dates, custard apple, grapes (5 varieties), bananas (Judy fingers), poor man's profit orange Water Melons—Ice creum, 'Cuban queen', Clarence perfection, America...

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Vegetables and Roots (Over 100 varieties) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Vegetables and Roots (Over 100 varieties) Pumpkins—Ciown, small button, cal houn, mammoth, terra cotta, fordhook, sugar, Connecticut field, liitle jem, big torn, varie gated orange, tlio Stanley, tropny, improved turk's cap, jumbo, Boer, improved orange, juno, matchless, black prince, long tem, im proved crown, ironburk, Japanese, silver nugget, Anderson's mammoth, crown terra cotta, stock, Jonathan, scarlet, large button, truo ironburk, Turk's cap, trombone, Con necticut; Clarcnce perfection, banana, king or mammoth, American wonder, orange, the queen, market model, Duke of York, and 12 others names unknown Grammas — Bow shaped, American pear, cape_ " Squashes—Hubbard, Chinese scarlet sugar, little gcin, delicata, Bra/.il, improved sweet nut, turban, crookncek, banana pine apple, improved delicata, improved Chinese scarlet sugar, improved Brazil, custard, per fect gem,' Boston, marble head, stock, im proved pineapple, fordhook, sweet nut, Esse* Hybrid, perfection, {sugar, and 10 ot...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

BATHURST. The experimental farm nt Batburst is under the experienced management of Mr. A. A. Dunnic'.ifTe. and has this your been produc tive of the most important and successful results. The present exhibit is under the charge of Mr. A.S. Walton, who has arranged it with great care and considerably good lastc, while his courtesy to all the interested visitors contributed largely to thesuccess attended. One of the principal experiments of the year has been the production of cross bred wheats for seed purposes, specially suited to the district, and with a keen eye on the possibilities of a strong milling wheat for export. Out of the 200 varieties experimented with, some 40 or more have been selected, and with these further experiments are to be made. The principal varitios exhibited consisted of Australian Tnlavera, Hudson's E.P wtr.iw, Star's E P , Allora Spring; and White Tuscan. All these are recommended as being very suitable to the soil and climate of Hathurst and district, and ...

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WOLLONGBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

jWOLLONQBAR. ; (TiiU State"fiu'm is'utider Itlie Management i of ,Mi\ Jackson, who may be congratulated on | th2, very handsome ethibits which hu'lms J sent. Wollongb.U' is on the Richmond Uiv(»> \ abjut oljjht mile.-) from Lis'iin';?. For same Hawkesbury College. time past rumour has becn^ut work coiicuru incr the advancement boing made in the Northern District in dairying and farming products. Tlie district is very tropical, and necessarily the e>_ liibits are of n different character to those from the other Slate farms. Thus we have here sugar ennes, pineapples, bananas, plantains, arrowroot, pawpaw, date palms, and other tropical vegetation impos sible of production in other regions. A special experiment is now being made to grow pine apples from seed and roots imported from Ceylon and America. To judge by the fruit exhibited success still waits upon the efforts being made, and thus native-grown pine apples are a luxury which the future contains for the inhabitants of this...

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WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

WAGGA. This experimental farm is under the ex perienced management of Mr. G. M. M'Kcown, and is able to give an efficient answer to any criticism which may be levelled againBt it. Curing the past twelve months a large variety of produce has been grown, and experiments conducted as to the best seeds available for the various soils. In wheat, a new variety has been produced Wollongbar Experimental Farm. ■ 'from crossing, which has been christened Jadi, the amount obtainable being 30 bushels to the acre. On similar soil Mar , shall's No. 3 produced 28J bushels, White .Lammar 27J bushels, ana Nonpareil 27 . bushels.. 'J he rainfall for the year showed ..only 24} inches. The crops obtained would certainly have been much larger had the fpip been more plentiful, and fallen at the right seasons. From 1st December to 9th March only 136 points of rain /el], and from 1st October to 1st March only 4 inches, the season when it was most wanted remaining comparatively dry. It is evident that the s...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

RICHMOND. This valuixble experimental farm is under the management of Mr. G. I.. Sutton, whose name as a bold und scientific experimental ist is now so well known in farming circles. One o£ the chief features in tlie display is the newest variety of harvesting maize. The whole crop was cut with a maize binder, being so operated upon wl\eu it had reached the glazing stage, and then left in the pad dock until cured. After this it is run through the machine, which snaps the cob off, husks it, and bags, by the same process shredding the stalk, and converting it into feed, prov ing by experiment to be equal to oaten hay in food value. This operation enables 50 per cent; more return to be made from the growth than by the ordinary practice. There is also a splendid display of various cross bred wheats, specially for rust-resisting and for coastal districts, most of them being Macaroni wheats, suitable for pig-feeding and fattening, being rich in gluten. Parti cularly valuable varieties sho...

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FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

-FRUITS. Judges:'Messrs'liobt. Scobie, AY. ,T, Allen, T. Jossep, nnd B. H. Lulor. , Common Ornngcsj main■■■.crop,;;'best three do en : 13. S.Allen, I ; C. 13ooth,-2. Common Oranges, second crop, best three do-en : W. [I. Allen. 1.' Navel Oranges, best three dozen : AY. nnd S. I'agnn, 1: Emperor Mandarins, best three-dozen : 1-V Thompson, I ; W. nnd S. Fngan, 2.' : Thorny Mandarins; best three':dozen : l'\ Thompson, 1; T? S Allen, 2, SHcavlet Mandnrins, best three dozen, W. and y. I'ngan, 1; W. H. Allen, 2. , Citrons, best three dozen, K. S Allen, 1; \Y. and S. Fngnn, 2. Lisbon ■Lomons; best three dozen : .\Y, H.> Allen, 1; W and S. Fngnii 2. Special pii/e of £3 .-Is. for" the bcbl collec tion of citrus fruits: \V. and S Fngnn, 1. _ Peaches, best two' dozen: J; Morris, 1; W.• H. Allen', 2 ; F. Sherwood h.o. I'lissionfniil hest two'dozbriT.I; IMirnot/l; John Jieutie, 2. Grapes, best wliitej Muscat: M, Navcimow, 1; •R.-.W- H. Heathcote, 2. • Special xwize (£;)) for liest collection ...

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List of Awards continued from page 2. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

l.inl uf Ainiritu nwliiiiwi/ from FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Teas', feed, white (one bushel) :\V, Ji; Nixon, I. Maizo, large yellow or Hint (one dozen cobs and two bushels thrashed), first prize prc Rcnlert'by Mr. C; O. Unite,' Newtown Philip Gcrslieoh, 1; M. Waters, jun , "2. Maize, Hir.nll, yellmv, m\ (lint (one dozen cobs, and two lmsliols llmisliiid): J. \V. Varluw, 1 ; J. Hollior, 2. ' Maize, earliest (one dozen cobs, and two Imshcls thviishcd): .T. W. Karlow, 1,; .T. J, Holier, 2. Maize, white, soft (one dozen eohs„and two bushels thrashed): .T. W. Favlow, 1 ; Philip GerjUioh. 2. Champion prize of £:S 3s„ presented by Sir. Frederick Dnrlev, for the iiest line *>f jnuize' - exhibited: I'hilip Gersbech, 1; M. Walern/ jun., noininended. .-pecial prizes for collections of Maize: J. \V. I'lirlow, 1; E. K. Crispin, 2. Collection., of Ccrenis and Grain: AY. 'J'.' Nixon, 1; 13.13. Crispin, 2. Collection of Vegetables: ]•'. ■ Denmun, 1 ; 'Arthur Yates and Co., 2. Hi'. 0. T. Chii'iiside...

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PRIZES PRESENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

PRIZES PRESENTED BY THE GOVERNflENT. Judges: Messrs. G. Voider, T.C. Warhnys, Guovge Wells, tvml Henry Lord. First. prize, ,D»0, Grenfcll district, (18 points. Second CHO, Cliirenoo Pastoral nml Agricultural . Society, Grafton district, lil points. .■■:.■■■ Third prize, £2">, Pastoral and Agricultural Association of < antral New England, Glen Junes, 5!) points. Fourth prize, X2H, Camden district, :I7 points. The following is the scale of points for judging this competition :—l)airy produce, including licit,tor, chcc.sc, milk, mid cmim, 10 points; • fruits, frusli and preserved, ■ pickles mid sauces,: 8;■: vegetables: and roots,- ]"; cereals," grain and in shear, 10;;. all other grains and.seeds,: <i; foods, preserved meats, bacon, hams, eggs, and honey, 8; Jlour and meals, II ; .sugar, <»; wines and other drinks, 5; wool, 8; tobacco lour, 5; liny, clinIT, and ensilage, 8; minerals and woods, 5; domestic mid other manufactures from products raised ...

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