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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 28 July 1888

''.. C' ' ' ' ':. ' ' ' ??? ' ..-. ? ????' ? ?'- ?. ? ? ??? ' ? '''*? .' ???-'.?'-.'??- '*? ????.???'? ? . ' ., - ?'' ' ' ' * ?' ?'??..??? - ? jf . ISTEW GOOIDS. ISTIIiW Gi-OO-DS. WINTER GOODS WINTER GOODS ; , BLANKETS I ? :, BL A-N-EZEI?$ I FEOM7S6D.TO25SI IN tendering Ms thanks to the public of Port AEaoq.'o&rie and tlie Hastings District for their Literal Support in. .the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the price-list of Goods now on sale at the West Port Maequarie Store. Ifo low prices are quoted with the view of misleading' the public — everything1 advertised is of reliable and sterling1 quality. He is now opening a large assortment of Winter Goods, consisting of Merinos, Cashmeres, Nun's Veiling, Lustres, Flannels (in pink, white, .lnarone, and blue) Plaids, Homespuns, Winceys, and Serge. Ladies' and children's underclothing and corsets— a splendid assort ment. Embroideries, laces, insertions, collarettes, bows, and Turnings (all colour...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Noxious Weeds is the Richmond River District. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 28 July 1888

Noxious Weeds ia the Bichaoad River District. We have reoeived from John See, Esq., M.L.A., a copy of the report by Mr. Walter Scott Campbell, iu connection with the Department of Mines, %n this'subject, and as most of the noxious weeds laentioucd therein are but too well known iu this district the tuUuwin'i rPDort will no dnntit. Kr rn-i) «uv. iuittru^t : — Iu accordance with personal instructions from the Honorable the Minister for Mines, I liave the honor to report th.it I carefully uoted the spread of the weed*. .ViVii Htdtim, LiuUana, and others, that the Sida Jtctuta had spread over nearly the whole dis trict, with the exception of a large portion of tho pastoral country. Oil nearly all the roadsides it is (.'rowing luxuriantly. At Tinteiilnr, and in all the cleared areas iu the neighbourhood, it is terrible, aud it is also nearly as bad in the neighbourhood ot the Tweed River, where it was first introduced by an inhabitant for the purpose of makim- fihre from its stems. It se...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Fibre Plants. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 28 July 1888

Fibre Plants. Af a recent meeting of the agricultural Rut-can of South Australia, Mr. A. Moliueux read the fullnw iug remarks upon tibrc plants suitable for experi mental anil practical culture :— ''The following phiuts are worth attention, since they all produce (lines mill havii been cultivated in Australia:—' Ahutilon bcilfordiaiuini would nroh&ldv m-nur well in the irrigqblc districts bouth of Adelaide, the Black Suanip, Square Waterhole, &c., also on the Wands ou the Murray, aud ou the smith -eastern drainage nreas. - The preparation of film: is very simple, and is stated to be worth £30 per ton. Other abutilons used for fibre purposes are A. molle, A. struitum, A. venosum, A. ve.villaunn, &u. Agave Americana (oentury plant or American aloe) — The species of Agare are really very impor tant, and immense quantities of valuable fibre are manually expurtcd from Mexico ami other southern states. Agave vijjida, var, eisalina yields sisal hemp or hcueiiuiii fi...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 28 July 1888

For Ever True. OaAPTEii V* That ono mention of Thomas Moss, had nla'rmud lior hryomt till description, i^he thought flashed through her ntitid tiiat If shu ?wure to givo t!ii! information Dorr?? oskrd, nnd so set Williani into won* troulfle, tliat lie would Jio-rdvanged ,qii lier in aveii.iu more liorrilile way thin lie hud just attcinptfid, and uiub tvuum uu win umuuo ui gJuvLillg luuuiaa llofs in her life again. * Of course it was foolish of Nancy. If she 'had liee.ii less nervous, she would licivo seen how foolish it was to think tliat those two luctii could uQiiit her, situated iis she wns now. If they dnrcrt to molost her, as William Imd done this afternoon, the mutter would soon lie settled liy Sir Humphrey and the 'police; but Nancy's mind liiul gone liack in the lpst few minutes, to a certain extent, to thn condition it was in iu the old J5f«. Then Moss's power had seemed to her illiinitttl.lu ; anfl so shashad permitted herself to magnify liim, and theprolmble -ivils that m...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

To the Inhabitants of Fort Macquarie I *? AMI THE * SURROUNDING, DISTRICTS. JW. A. FOltSTER*«fe CO.\ EE-« to hktfkn thanks jo the inhabitants of l'ort Macquarie aud the SurrouUdiug District 'for llioir liliei&l tupporF d mi'*;, tlic short Ship thny Uio vc been i£ huimietu, aucj solicit a continuance of the same ; and bog to inform their friends aud : supporters tluit ntiy noons or stock entrusted to ~ their care will receive their rKRNONAL ATTENTION. \V. A. F. & Co. purpose holding KONTHLY SALES lOf.-nlldcacripUoMH'of i;iV']C STOCK at their yards, f£oiur Macutaiuk West, on the last Thurafay in i '-cflcli moutii, commencing on Thursday, the 20th * 'day of April, «t 11 30 a.m. JJy this means owucra of stock who intend sending their iiorses, Aattlk, :fiuR, &c., for sale will have an opportunity of '? having the same properly advertised (by giving us ' timely notice) so that buyers may Iks ill attendance ? on salu days. Gooil ami waive paddocke for Stock. At the ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Sin. McLaooiilik. — This griitjtmian, who it will lie remembered placed the fiti-amer Naiad in the Port Macquarie-Kempsey trade, is now chief -mate of the steamer Ferninouht. He hopes the time will arrive when ho will be able to again place, a steamer in tlie n.tmvp trnda. ar Iir fnnls confident th&t there is a fortune in the speculation. The Mayor of Sligo hns been Beut to gaol for four months for publishing boycotting notices iu hits newspaper. Two agrarian murders have been committed iu Ireland — one at Listowel, in county Kerry, and the other at Kauturk, in county Cork. Tho Canadian grain crop is large enough to allow the ox port of fifteen millions of bushels, hook out free-trade New South Wales.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Sudden Death at Beechwood. WAUCHOPE, Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Sudden Death, at Beechwood. (BV TlJI.EGRAPn.) Wmjciiopk, Friday, 2 p.m. Mr. Andrew Abbott, brother of Mr. John Abbott, J.P., of the Woolla Brush, Manning River, was found dead in his bed at Koree Island early' this morning by Mr. William Graham. The cause of death is unknown. Mr. Abbott was subject to (its, and was about 80 years of age. In tho House of Commons, Gladstone and Mor ley attacked Justice Day, one of tlie Kflyal Com mission on the Parnellite inquiry. They accused him of bias. l'arnoll accused Chamberlain of betraying Cabinet secrets to Irish members. Vnnni-g amitnriinniltc WPIV- llifWpH f.fi llinif. tliP scope of the inquiry, but they were all rejected, and the House eventually approved of the members of the commission. Mr. Moriarty, engineer for the 'Department of Harbours and Kivers, Sydney, has received six months leave. of absence ou full pay, after which he will retire on his pension. ' I'm as ready to fight now as ever I was iu my life,'i»«ai-] the Premier. ' And a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

SYDNEY. Thursday. Mr. Richard Teece has been elected presi dent of the Freetrade Association of New South Wales. The attendance at the Melbourne Exhibi tion yesterday was estimated at 36,000. The Rev. James McFie. Donaldson, Church, of England clergyman in South Australia, lias been convicted of bigamy by the Ecclesi astical Court. Friday. Phillip John Levy, school teacher at Orange, has been committed for trial on a charge of criminally assaulting a pupil and then attempting suicide. A conference, of the judges of the Supreme Courts of the various colonies will lie held in Melbourne to-day, to* discuss important judicial matters. The English football team play their third match against New South Wales to-morrow. The New South Wales school exhibits will not be shown at the Melbourne Exhibition, and instructions have been forwarded to send them back to Sydney. A prisoner at Darlinghurst, when taking his bath yesterday, had 300 sovereigns secrete.d iu a band of linen round his body. H...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

The School of Arts. Port Macqoamf. is fortunately in possession of a School of Arts building, in which can lie found files of most of the leading papers of the colony, as well as several foreign periodicals ; the library is provided with a few books from the free public library, Syduey ; but beyond this very little can be said for the institution. Certainly, the structure lorms a convenient room in wnicn to hold meetings ; but whether the educa tioual work proper to a School of Arts is being carried out is very questionable The perusal of the papers no doubt affords a large number of members many a pleasant half hour ; but something more than newspapers and books is required to draw members to tliu institution and to keep them there. Unfortunately the School of Arts has laboured under the disadvantage of having four secretaries in a comparatively short time, nnd three of these officers, before they were 'properly in harness, had cause to sever their connection with the institution. ...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. ^ August 1. /The Umwrsity of Durham has conferred tlie degree of Doctorship on Bishop Barry. ► ^The. socialists in Paris threaten to organise a general strike in commemoration of the centenary of the French revolution. ' Three conspirators have been executed at Hayti in connection with the recent fires. Tlic object of the conspirators was to oust Ocneral Salamon from the Presidency, In the action for libel brought by O'Brien, member for Cork, against the Cork consti tution, he was awarded £100 damages. The grant to Mr. Parkos, general manager of the Bank of Australia, who was killed in tho Windsor railway accident, lias been declared valid. Greeuway Brothers, proprietors of the Warwick Bank, linve. beun smitenced to five years and one year respectively for mis appropriation and fraud. Sam Joues, the cricketer, has recovered sufficiently to play in the match against Can terbury on August G. It is expected that the Emperor of Ger many will shortly vis...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Local and General News. School of Auts. — There was a fair attendance of members of the Port Mac quarie School of Arts on Monday last, to elect a secretary and committeeman for the institution. Mr. E. St. A. Kingsford occupied the chair, and briefly stated the object of the meeting, after which members proceeded with the nomination of candidates for the position of secretary. Mr. W. J. Macdonnell proposed Mr. W. A. Spence, and the nomination was seconded by Mr. J. Hay ward. Mr. R. S. Garbult was proposed by Mr. N. Davis and seconded by Mr. W. llattersley. These were the only two candi dates seeking office, consequently the mem bers proceeded to vote by ballot, Mr. J. Stonehouse and Captain Murray acting as scrutineers. Tho result of tho voting was soon made known, which gave Mr. Spence 15 votes, and Mr. Garbutt 14 ; informal 1. The chairman declared the former elected ; and, in returning thanks, Mr. Spence said he would leave no stone unturned to make the Port Macquarip. School of A...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Laad Sale. A i.atior number of people assembled at the Star Hotel, Port Macquarie, on Saturday last, the attrac tion being a sale of the laud nf the late Mr. John Dick. Mr. \V. A. Spcnco wielded the hammer, and was miccessful in quitting the whole of the allot ments. The prices realised were satisfactory, con sidering the present depressed state of the colony, in W111UU, Ul CI.HIltTC, litllEj MIBLIiUb 11 VilUVU UJIUU HI share. We give particulars of the sale, as follows : Lot 1.— -Containing 1 rood, situated nt the corocr of Horton aud Gordon Streets, and known as tho Tanyard, Mr. C. Hayward, £100. Lot 2. —Containing 1 acre, with f rontace to Hor ton, Hay, and Bridge Streets, Mr. J. McUounough, 1110. Lot 3.— Containing 2 roods, with frontage to Horton and Hay Streets, and joiuing lot No. 2, Mr. Jus. Melnhcruy, £32. Lot 4.— Containing 1 rood, with frontnpc to Wil liam and Church Streets, Mr. T. \V. 1'almcr, £42. Lot 5.— Containing 1 rood, with frontage to Wil liam and Cliurch Streets...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

M Municipal CguAcil. The r^ular fortnight|jfineeting of this Tody was lwld itt the Council CliambBi-B, Port Macquarie,^ Tuesday last, 31st July, when there were present — The Mfcor (in the chair), and Aldermen Haywara, Jennings, and Goal. * » ' #?*» * MINOTW. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, find Alderman nayward moved, seconded by Alderman Jennings*, that .they be confirmed, which wan carried. * CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from the Department of Lauds, in reply to an application forwarded by theCouneil in August last, to have tlfe Government House paddock subdivided and sold, which stated that in view of the report of the District Surveyor, the use of the paddock would be granted to the Police Magistrate until the projected allotments had jbeen laid out and sold, and that the Reserve would be placed under the control of the Council. Ano^ier letter, from the Department ? of Lands stated that the communication from the Council, applying for an additional six nffre...

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Ennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

femis. /PROM Qtm COUBESPONDEKT.) HEM.Tn.t- N&thing is more important than good,Jie.altl), so far as otir olrtlijy posi tion is concerned, at any rate, and I regret to say that -many -here, liothlsld ;3ind , young, nre liior« or-fess indisposed. ' AnionpRt the children there, is some distemper prevalent, which bears symptoms of typli'oid^fnver iiifi mild form, but _ so far has not become any way particularly alarming. I trust that even, in a brief time this trouble will havo ceased, and give more rest in the homes. So far as I have heard it is not limited to Ennis, or even the Hastings River. Mb. Semple.— Since your Wnucliope correspondent gave an account of this gentle man's work here, there ' remains perhnps little for me to narrate., suffice it to say that he is, to my thinking, pne of (if not the) best temperance lecturers that have visited Ennis. He is certainly most earnest in advocating the good cause, and also a very careful and guarded speaker — calculated to give, o...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

. ? ^ ''-. . --;- .— :-v-;'r'...:L !'._:?. J J'''7~~ ~~~~- .. '' ' ?'-?'?'? ?? ' ? — - ? t ? ? ? -?--— ^, , t . ^ , '. VV ?? GoodlNews For All! '??'',: ?*'? ';??? ? ?? : i . - ' ? . . - ' . *.??/,.' — _-__ _ . . . . , . __. __ . r » ' ? ' - ♦ ... '?* NE'W' GOODS- 3STETW OhOOIDS. WINTER GOODS. . WI1TEH GOODS. BL^IfcTIECETS I BLAlsTKETSI FBOM 7S 6D TO 25S I IN tendering his thanks to the puttie of Fort Macquarie and the Hastings District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the price-list of Goods now on sale at the West Fort Macquarie Store. t ? , ? , No low prides are quoted with the view of misleading* the public — everything advertised is of reliable and sterling8 quality. He is now opening a large assortment of Winter Goods, consisting of Merinos, Cashmeres, Twin's Veiling, Lustres, Flannels (in pinK, wkite, marone, and blue) Plaids, Homespuns, Winceys, and Serge. Ladies' and children's underclothing and corsets — a spl...

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Hospitable Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Hospitable Australia. Under this head the Home Kews writes : — Australians are rapidly increasing their friends at home. The princely hospitality which on all occasions they extend to visitors from the mother country is having a marked effect. Such travellers as Lord Carnarvon, Lord Rnsebery, Lord Brassey, Mr.. Molloy, and Mr. Froude return full of the kindness sliown -ttie.m by our antipodean tellow subjects. There is no limit to their satis faction, and even though at times, as iu Mr. Froude's case, they make state.m«nts not entirely flattering, they do so in a spirit of friendship. The first thing almost any man of note who has been to Australia does on his reappearance in London is to get upon a public platform or write an article for the magazines telling the world of the hearty good-fellowship which characterises the Australian public. This week we have two instances of this : Mr. Bernard Molloy, who has given an interviewer his impressions of Australia from the unofficial sta...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

HUlPPIJiii IKTELLftiENCE. ' - PORT MAfJOUARIB. * ?* * ARRIVALS. July 27;— p.a. Avon, 123 tons, C|ptain Nichol „ oori, from the Boilinper. .tyly 2S.~is.ii. Wellington. 150 tgns, Captain » Tnpliu, from Sydnejfc Passengers— Mrs. Beattie j Messrs. A.: Jennings, UpGregor, and Walker. Carco-i- 35. tons for Port Magyuarie and 20 tons {or the Bellinger. „ - July 30.-h.ii. 'Wellington, J50 tons. Captain R. JTaplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Mossrs. Bottroll, ? - s Cornelius, and - Flyrin, and 2 for the Bellinger. ?Cargo— 20 tons for Port, and 10 lona (or the Bellin » :ger River. * July 30.— A fishing boat. t _ August ].— p.s. Avon, 125 tons. Captain Nicliol -son, from the *Namt-uoca and Bellinger. August I.— Queen, from Raabnne. ??? August*.— s.s. WcHingtoB, 150 tous, Captain 'Taplm, from Sydney. ~£t DEPARTnKKa. t ? July 28.— s.s.' FernhiouSt, 260 tona, Captain D. » Anthon, for the Nnnibucea. July 29.— p. b. Avon, 125 tonb, Captain N\chol 4 -ton, for, the Bellinger.^, , ' ^ Jnly29.— Empress o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

STAR HOiTEIt, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J... M'DONNOUGH, ? f PROPRIETOR. ? ? - * ~ * . fTIHE above Hostelryf s replete with every J_ modern con vt-nience. # The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. * ^LUNGE and~SHOWER BATHS. . COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. E^- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM =^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., AltB * Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. ^ FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. Tate Sros/ Agency Js TradingHom^ny, (Limited.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under the CompauiesJict, 37 Vic, No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AKD AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. JOHN TATE I MASA0ING Directors. Consignments of (HlAIN, 'FARM PRO DUCE, and LIVE STOCK received, and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. — ?%. * Auction Sales conducted twice each week/ at their rooms, Sussex-street ; every day (ex cept Saturday, at Darling Harbour; Tuesdays and Fri...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Tort Marnnarie Markets. MeRsra. W. A. Forster k C». quote— Maize, 2s 3d to 3s ; oats, seed 3s to 3s 6d, fe«d 2s to 2s 6d ; barley, seed 4ajto 4s 6d ; wheat, 4s to 7s ; potatoes, 3s fld tofis6d,farlyrose8s to 9s; onions, 8s to 9s Cd; tallow, 17s 6d to 18s; oaten hay, 4s Cd to £s Oft ; ducks, 4s to 6s 6d ; geese, 5s to 6s 6d ; turkeys, cocks 7s to 12s 6d, liens 5s to 8s; hides, 2d to 3d ; cheese, 2d to 4d ; bacon, 5d to 6d ; eggs, Sd to 1b ; shecpsimis, 2d to Cd ; beeswax, 3d to Is 4d ; wattle bark, 45s to 50s. chopped 80s to 145s ; bran, Is W to Is 4d ; pollard, Is 2d to Is Cd ; chat, 4s 6d to «s 6d ; hair, Cd to 1b 2.1 ; horns, 6s to 30* ; fat »1-ccp, 8s to 12s Cd, store 5s fld to 6s 9d ; pigs, „ 2Ad to Sjil ; enquiries for store and milch cows.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

CG9I9IERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.* Sydney Markets. # ' JBr Electric Tf.lSgrato.] * Friday. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Best local maize 2s Sd, Nonmean offering at 2s 6d ; Urge pigs, 44: Mr. John Bridge quotes — Hide market very dull, I offered 1694 to-day, prime heavies realising 2?d to 3Jd, medium 2J-S to 2JJfl, lights 3d to 3*4 ; tal low, advanced 5s, best mined £18 10s to£l8 12s 6d, beef tallow £16 to £l»fis, medium £!' to £17 15s : maize, market dull, prime worth 2s ~M ; pigs, in good demtntl, porkers 4d, large sizes 3Jd ; calves, fair supplies and good demaud, prices ruling at from 7b to 5!s, according to size.

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