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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

: Shipping, ? 3^ V lUaw&rravSteam^-Navigation--, , Cpmpany. ? ' TX7EEKLY, Steamer, between; SYDNEY W ? | .MKRIMBULA, TARTHRA, am EDEfc/;v ' 7. FroqjjSrpNEY eveiy. TUESDAY. atSa.m From EDEN & MERIMBDLA on FRIDAY . ibotdi'dk. ? On . all occasions .calling: '.a TAttTRA each way, weatherpennitliDg lyrejs and Freights at Veiy(Low Rates. NO Charge made for Ideals during ,thi voyages of these steamers. ' Agents' : Meriifibula^Mr. Vincent Brown EdcnrMr..Eeop; and at Tarthra,. Caj-taii Sergeant.; j ?; Syilriej,:14th Mayj. 1874.' _ — ; ;,:i: BEQDfcAB, COMMUNICATION ^ lA.. ... Between LSYi-iraiY, ' EDEN, and I ininii^MT' TABTHBA. fJ^HE iplenaid clipper hrigantine : nobedforberfast and.rbgular .passages, Will in future RUlI-jREGUL ARLY . between - Sydnej mnd ? Eden, calling at larthra each way. ? . For fall .particulars as to. dates Jo£ sailing and atee of freight, applyto ???? 8. fc H. SOLOMON, ? ? ? »? v.- ; Eden. ; BnsuiessDirectory. a browit, . AUCTIONED R, ?LAM)' AND COMMIS...

REPORTS. J.G. DOUGHARTY'S REPORT Melbourne, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

BEPORTS. 3. Q. DOUGHABTY'S REPORT I in I Fat Cattle. — 1,250 brought forward for to day's sale, the greater proportion being from Gipps Land, and two lots from the North. They were of good .average quality all over. Sales opened about same rates as Inst week, which were fully maintained throughout. Quota tions : — Best bullocks £11 to £12 17s 6d ; medium do £9 10s to £10 10s ; cows sold up to £9 16s. I sold— 330 bullocks for Messrs. J. B. Cbimside and Co., from Barham, to £11 12s 6d. Fat Sheep. — 15163 were yarded for the week's snpply. From the opening of the sale dullness was the rule, and continued throughout the day. Good mutton sold at form& rates, but other qualities were lower. Quotations Best merino wethers 12s to 14s ; medium do 8s to lis ; do ewes 7s to 9s ; crossbred wethers 13s to 17s.

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

COMMERCIAL. ' Beoa Standard Offioe, Friday evenine. We received tie following prices current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — Henry Priestly & Co's Price List. ' ( By Electric Telegraph.) £ s. d. Maize ? 0 3 4 per bus Hides ... ? ? 0 0 * ' lb Tallow ? ? ? 30 0 0 ' ton Pigs ? 0 0 6 ' lb Bacon ? 1.. 0 0 10 ' ' Butter ? 0 2 0 ' ' Cheese ... ? ? 0 0 6 ' ' Oats ... ? 0 3 4 ' busl Barley ? 0 4 2 ' ' Wattle Bark ? 9 0 0 ' ton Flour ? ... 13 0 0 ' ton £3 Sussex-street, Sydney, 19th Jlfay, 1876 J. Melliday's Pbicb List. (By Electric Telegraph.') £ s. d. Butter ? ? 0 2 0 per lb. Cheese ? 0 0 8 '? Bacon ? 0 0 10 ' Hams ? ... 0 1 0 ' Maize... ... ? ? 0 3 0 per bus. Hides ? 0 0 3 per lb. Bark ? 7 0 0 per ton. Flour ? ... 13 0 0 ' Tallow. ? ? 28 0 0 per ton. * Potatoes .. ? 4 0 0 „ Pigs, per lb. ? ? 0 0 6 82, Sussex-street, Sydney, 19th May, 1876.

SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

'';BUtiLIVAN.' 'I'1'' {Frnm the BaUaratrStar) ' liibW^tlint the' inufderer Sullivan occupies a p'roM&Kt ' ^ljice 'in ' llib,' ^ublip mind, it is wortii' whilb reviving 'a fetbry iiiat has pre ' vinYiBly ?-b(i(,ii: YiGrrfltrid( aitti' wli'icli li&s all tho eleineirtaof jlrobability wiltiiri St. Dr. King. JIP., 5'tifor'ins u6 Hint ' about fifteen years ago bis I'lothar (residing - at- Korong, iu the vicinhy of Sullivani shanty) wna firmly im pressed willi the b»lief that Sullivan wns then engaged in-'tlie''fiendish work of murder. This wnsjirevious to (lie revelations regarding 'Hie' tiifibolicti'wofk'al Miiingatopu. Sullivan' owned ; 'a.'gipg' shop :at KWong, into which ?aavernl inen,: with 'moneyj iyero induced to enter, who have , never since been heart! of. Tho supposition then wns tbnt tlio men re -ceired -poison tmheir grog. The hypothesis' or, tiRVt.he j;ontlem--n limned regard it, cer tainty, ns to tho disposal of tlie bodies is, thnt 1 liny wero buried in the ...

THE PRINCE OF WALES IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

THE PRINCE OF WALES IN INDIA. FnoM a hig^A j' ablli tri tic despiitch ffoi^ the' epecinl correspondent of tht ' San Francisco News Letter' we extract'the ^bil owing ' Speakingpfiheladiegreniinds me of a queer incidenttbnt occurred the other-day. It seems flint Tlnoanll TVmpjjynrrfeflriondArit— a most conceited dog, between jis _lw.o — wont to a reptilian cotillion at oVer the-Nautcli girls tlie other night /the Nautches, by the way, of wl)om^j'on_read_BD-ttiucli, aro jlie jctj iiret people ont herq|, .and whenponiing^hpinoyery late across lote, dropped his parl^ teetli in tbe ? dark. Early in the morning he ^vetit out to look out for,them,\flnd 'wliiie eroping, roiip^, under a troe^sfiSdCT^^elt^iB^ik^feu't^ed into the mouth offl^iSgtf bon-te'hsinctqr be bad disturbed. As'liick^ would liavb it T happened thnt way the riext inorpipg, itieiog - my regular habit to stroll out and sboot a couple of chetaha before breKk^a'st rWIien rRt -; rived on the scene the anaconda had^Wft'IpweJ lius...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

The NroHTMABBr-lS 'A 'HOEEIBLI TOB mj;nj:be: To. wake .in thp dead of the night, - bkthed in cold perspiration, irom Borne ternble dream, ^ ives, the nerves ,a sliock from which it takes longer jto recover t&an most people unagine. Many Wever sleep without disagreeable dreams. Thesenoctnrnal haHnciaations are the resnlt of indigistion^anil. Jierroos - d isorders to - which,-«s - . well ^toh^fep^hjpocoridria^And.uterinediffi CDlti^^^Dn^bl^AW^wSOBtBDAM'AfiO UATic'SOBkiffK'^Xcomplete 'antidot^'i Bowtla:^^ere^8i'4ioy)ingij-ii\4rt6aV-inthe cqmpraitiop.of .thesepunfyingfills— nothing that'ebu' itijtirti tbB most dfelicato constitution. They 'improve the appetite, quicken . the energies of the stomach and liver/ nnd 'regu late' the bowels. ;? T^i'ey ?fhuB^e'corae the safe guards . against: indigestion, and the safest . promoter of ttie' boclj 'e grpwtband the mind's ? development. Holloway's Pille'exert ewhole- - same alterative and tonic action on every in- ' ternal organ, fcnd th...

FIRE AT WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

FIRE! AT W.OLTTMLAY : ; ? ? . . . .., An iNQUBfT tras heldatthe School-house Wolumla, on the lStli'instarit, before the Coroner, Dr. .Shid$.' ing of a hut and building ' 'material, the property of.Mtv P.; Betil. : 'The jury .con sisted of Messr£ J. ',06,b.oroB (foremai(), Fowler. rCljoict', Allen, and;S. Gordon. , Senior-constable Church 'conduc ted the inquiry, .and-'the 'following 'evidence was taken - i - Thomas M'Phail deposed:'' A.bput seven ' p.m. on Saturday, 15th April, Baw a fire at Eehrs.hut ; kneji^ that '.there werfe;bark and slabs, there ^ did inot go to the, fire, but sent bis, brother- to tell Mr. -Dunne that tbe fire might bum his grass ; Dnnne did TUH) go VU UiW uuuuv j bad not heard - Anyone threaten to-bum or destroy the hiit. ^ f';'1 , V Philip- Behl deposed.: Has a selection adjoining , this .place, and - was .goiug to build a house on it ; bad shingles,, slabs, a-d battens on the ground ; was at the hut on the 6th and 10th April, 'and the. materials were ? 'the...

THE BELKNAP SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

, THE B ELK MAP SCANDAL. ? A oitEAT c^n4«| hAfepfyc4.ifrajp ton. which is thus rDiiim-n ted upon by The jliffics' corri'Rpnndpnl : — ?' The llmise Com mitte« 011 Jiof es|---|nliturfe nfj llje dfi- : p8rlnicnl, in llje course of au investigation, sniilinniie^ nno Csii'''' P. '^Inrsii, of New Yorii,1 be n witiinss. Mr. M.imli appearen and stated thnt he lind : pniiS j jSlfl.j BRkjWPJ of' General R-lknnp, (lie War Secretary, the sum of 10,000(lol., in ofinsi leiation -of,-mi apvqint ment fls post t rnil'-r at Port *Sill «iiifvBe^r^.l other frontier military posts, and (hat lie liad also nsrei-il to .pnv licr G,OOOJol annuafl^. ' It nnpenis thai Marsh's first dealing with;the Bclknnp family ocfurrr-il sixjnontliB|ngo, aud that the nrrnnzniiicnlR witfiTtfepifcttnliis op- ? point iiiHit wpri' ni'ide with the -4»te;.,MTB. Belknap, a sister of the general's present wife. If the witness's statement bo Irue^hep; post was not only snldsfpr a sum down, but the Belknaps received an 'annuity, fro...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

[?] I j f*' f' :v \ ' C;:-':i.'0 v Ml}. \fi .T. 0SB0tiNK');6 authorised to COL LI! O'lVA-CCOnN-TS - -due |tt- -the.' Pro prietors of (he J&fjA'SlAN'DAEO, una his receipt will bd fiuflicit-lit discjiargeifor tht1 same. \ ' THE Proprietors of the Bi^/l -WtAndWed: having,reqeived»- a iJobbjng 1'rcss from Sydney, togetbfe'r'-wirlv -a' iliarge~ Assortment of new Typei are ? prepared . to dor pBINTIN£r on he Shortest tNoliee^ including. 'Bill-HbadsJ Tickets, 'Circulars; Programmos^Posters, &c. cijjsv.' - vc.-*' u ' The '-United. InBuraiicfi Company (FiPE AND MaEIN^). ... , , i' Jcapital £500,000, Unlimited Liability. ?* TA Kj.2:^' »-£-«. W-i. »-??-'- ? SfSead p. ?M7&84org&-tireeiyi : 2A' ; Agent at Bega E...R. , BL1GIL _ ^ £'LLL''-/ii'i. -it! .& J'-', Fire and ilariaae-'IiisuranGie^. - -? jj. The Norwich Union Fire Insu . ranee Society. ? The London and t Lancashire Fife/ : and Life- IhsuranceGonipaiiy The Batavia Sea and Fire Insu ! ranee Company. ...

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

'? j^iBWers to Correspondents. I '? Enquirer ' says — Thanks for your replies to my questions. You assume, however, there is authority to occupy in the case I put : there is no authority : how docB the matter stand ? Tbe Crown Lands Bailiff is supreme. ' T A,' Bega.— Our correspondent offers £5 1*1 u uuuilij I'l uc uuura, ii. uujr iiuii I a j-ir^f,.f.mefiibef~6t/fhfe iTotal Absttrierice J . Soeifety who,.tnkes ' ichbe ppg,' or jdrinkB' on the,! sly. We give his challenge publicity, although we ^hink the^ insinuation malicious and unworthy - of notice! ' Wake Dp.'. — Just so : everyone of the newly discovered ' wonts ' have long since bceq advo cated by this journal. ,

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

COBARGO. {From, our Correspondent.') . i The picnic races in honor of Her Majesty's birthday came off as advertised, and . attracted a fair gathering of spectators. The racing was . not good ; in most cases j the money was won with too much ease to make matters very interesting. - ' The Maiden Plate was. first on the list, and this was fairly run away with by- the Pittsfofd colt Charley O'Malley ; Brown Dart, second ; You'll Do, third. -The ! next race was the. hack '.selling stake's in one mile heats, and for this Charley O'Malley was again -to: the fore, winning two heats consecutively with ease.; ' Flying Buck/second; Gorilla/ third. The owner of the latter gave his horse a three-mile spin, insisting such was the condition of . the advertisement. The cart-horse race was won by Qrey Farmer, . with Balley second -; the ^Gobargo gift handicap fell to Warrior. with Detectivc second. If any proof were, wanting of- the neces sity of a police fetation ^at Cobargoj the scenes that; occur...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

MAR it x;a; g e . ETHERINGTON— -BOWER— On 23rd l)y '.tbe/ IteV..^ 'Mji 'TV&ddelJjf ott . Begn, Jobn, second son of Mr. George Etlieringtcm, Cobnrgo, to Snrah, eld ; est dt^itgbter of Mr E. Bower, Tuross, Bod 4)1.(1, : /. 'T . '? t^lt ' .. . True to our Principles. SATURDAY, HAY 27, 1876

CANDELO ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

CANDELO ATHLETIC SPORTS. A ? bright, bracing morning~ on Wednes day ushered in a day of true ' Queen's weather ;' and had the Candelo Athletic Club committee specially ordered a day to accord with their very perfect arrangements, thev could hardlv baveiroubled the ' clerk of the weather' for a more lovely day. The hills around Candelo have brightened up beautifully since the las| rain, and the flat on which the raises were run was covered with a short, jich swafd of grass, and at the height of the fun it presented a veiy pretty sight, with ome four or five hundred people scattered over it, the ladies' dresses here and there thrown into the shade by the brighter tints of the athletes' uniforms. A course had been properly marked out, and close to 'the winning post it was railed off on each side, and a sort of hen-roost was erected to . do duty as a^grand stand.. There was but little crowding on the course,, and admirable order was kept by the clerk of the course (Mr. J. Keyes), whose ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

In October Inst, writing^ oh the ques tion bf Selector^ Titles, we made the suggestion that it was but fair that the selector who liad duly fulfilled the con-, diiious imposed on him by the Lands Alienation Act, should have a certificatie from tho Government — something in die form of those under tho Torrens Act — that his conditional purchase had ceased to be such, and that he held so many acres of land, -described as sur veyed, subject id a mortgage to the ;State of fiiteen shillings per /acrc, bear ing five per cent, interest '^Tl/is would .have been only a matter , of . justice to ? the Belector who has performed his con ditions, but who^has riot yet the 'means to -finable him to claim the deeds of his 'land, nnd would not, Ave believe, in the least weaken the' holder's desire to cal' tho Hand his own ; but it would in the meantime finable him to carry on' his legitimate. calling as a grazier or agri culturalist, aud, if need be, to borrow money to -improve his land, or add to i...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

. otria1 'ir'EM^Rp^ s . I __ . .V ?/ vJ-Vr ,T- : ffSOlt ODE TMiMEAPHlp CoSBBPfro^I}!.] [?] The ? ^sejnbl j jbaye concluded the Estimates-in-chirf. : V' V ?'?? Mr.^Meyer, member for Carcoar, haB resigned his seat ? : [?. Mr. Smith's motion for intercepting supplies, pending the introducition of an Electoral Bill, was negatived. . The Colonial-Tr§asurer ' stated 'in the. House that the cash' %aianro,.:fo 'the! credit of the-$qyernment-m:the ;Bank of ,New ? South: Wales' on the 2nd May was £1 , 170, POO., I'fSjjeeial deposits, in other banks atnount ' to .£585, 000.1 Tlie.-; Supply Bill for the ; month of May passed through all stages in both Hotises. ,Hie Upper Souse threw out the M'atrimonial ClausesAct Amend ment Bill. ?/} J-.'., ;; Mr. Ewen Cameron, ati old colonist, died jesterdsy.; ; . .; i| ... ?. . . Victoria won the chbss'njatch dasilj. Wednesday, was ; observed as a close holiday*); the 'review -was' 'very 'sbcness ful »y tVp; .leYBe ^^ . largely, attended., the fireman's ?ji...

BEGA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

BEGA POLICE COUBT. ' Tuesday, May 23. Before Messrs. Wreu, Ritchie, and V. Brown,- Justices of the -Peace. William Askew was charged, on the information of Constable Fox, wjth^rnelly . iifa'sing' alborse. / , ? ' ' ' f\ Constable Fox deposed that the horse in. question, was rmaen jmiu iie w--s very ? poor ; he had a bad sore back, and a cut ,on the flank, -as if he had been flogged. William A.tfield' and Edward Heslett both . testified that they, had seen defendant riding IheTiorse, aud a,s to the state of its back. ' ' . ? ? :. In -reply to the Bench, defendant stated that he -had received, thc-yhprse from^W.r .Tahpr, at the Waterhole, to bring on io Bega, and tbat he brotigbt it alongside the team, and did not ride it ; -he rode it: only once in Bega. ?',.??? The Bench stated that for such an offence they had power to inflict a fine of £5, or imprisonment, but in this case they thought a moderate penalty would suffice. Fine, 10s., and costs of court. ' Before Messrs. Wren and Ritc...

AUSTRALIAN YARNS. No. [?] COPYBOOK CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

AUSTRALIAN YARNS. NofcpPYB°°K CONVICTION. ( Written expreu'y for the Bega Standard.) ?' Oh I for a hut in some vast wilderness' was an aspiration . that tegnentlv .flitted across jay f ( thoughts; whenfa ire^y ^ ? yoing'man, lfading*-n.' : aimless, purposeless life in- London town,'' tho- -~ roughly wearied with the artifici ilitj and Erin- _ ning hypocrisy of ti Tefined immunity. ''SMat, ~ stale, and unprofitable ' as everything -appeared, - I suddenly aeciaea.on simuig w-uib uuuppues. Anived in Sydney, ! very soon ? passed through the ordeal that seems to be tbe fate of every one _ who.has anything.. to iose, . and was tolerably ' well fleeced. Shaking the dust of the city off my feet, I proceeded to the' Hhnter1 River/ where ? for some time l tlioroughly enjoyed myself, stuffing birds, collecting .insects, and sketching the wonderful scenery. Eveiythiug was new to me. and 1 fully realised the- delight of getting -away from the big cities .-Resolving on another tour some distance ...

THE CLAIMANT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

''the cmraNT again. (from, the. Home Newi. On tleccniber 15, at the Philharmonic Hall, .Southampton,, a Jarge conterence was held for tho purpose of taking into consideration the beslimea'tis ot Obtaining the 'release' of the' Claimant. ? 1 Abovie 200 delegates were present .irpm .various„assoclations. The chair was tnken by »lr,.. Parki8,.T.C:,, and among lliose preBcnit welip }'jorlj,,Rivcrs)Mr.:G, Onslow, .Sir,,, E. Sheriff Pearse, Mr. J. do Morgan, Mr. A J. , Bidilnlpli, „ J.P., Captain Morison, Dr. Jven$njy, &c- Jlr. G. Qislow moved the first resolution — ' That this conference, consisting of delegates, representatives, and frieuds of ?Sir:. Roger iTjyliborne from,. all 'parts lof- the/ country, are of opinion tliat ' tlie pros^ution, trjal, and conviction of. the Claimant, was harsh, cruel, and , unjust, -anilfiledgjis' itself never, to - relax its efforfs until the Telease of: 1 Sirj Roger richborne.' Mr. Smith, b£::Ply ' mouth, seconded the resolution; which was' car...

THE A.H.C. GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

TD12 A H. C. GUILD. The local branch of the Guild , held their annual celebration in Bega on Wednesday last-, advantage being taken of: the holiday on ber Majesty's birthday to secuie a good attendance of holiday makers. The first part of the' programme was a procession which started from the lodge room, and headed by a band, passed -through the principal streets and-: made for the. Agri cultural Society's Grounds, where a pic-nic aud sports for the juveniles . filled up tbe greater' part of the afternoon. Several racing events for athletes were improvised, Tbe Maiden Plate ? was won by Mr. W. Hibburd after a sharp 'breather,' and the handicap was pulled off by Mr. A. Prescott, beating eight other competitors. For the boys race about three dozen started ; after rather a confused handicap Master Albert Howard ' proved best man. After the Show Ground ; was cleared, . the .Guild and some guests adjourned -£o the Commercial Hotel, where j' ; A jDiNNEit,- ; - L. j in Mooney's bestfityle,...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

*W I—— — i— — m COMMERCIAL. ' Beqa BTAKDAnri Office, j Friday evening. We rcceiVcd the following prices current by Ifilcormn this (Friday) evening : — ? Husky Tioektly & Co's PnicB.LisT, ... , (By Electric T digraph. ) '? - ' ' £ ~ s. d.' Haire ? ... ..... 0 8 4 per bus Hides ... - ? 0 0 4 *' lb Tallow ? SO 0 0 ' ton Pigs ? 0 0 5 ' lb Bacon ? ? 0 0 10 11 ' Butter ? ... ... 0 2 0 ' ,-? Cheese ... .:. ' ... 0 0 0''' 11 Oats ... ... .... .0 8\;4j' busl Barley... v ... ... ..'. 0 4' 2' 1,1 ' ' Wattle Bark ... ' ? 0 ' 0.- 'tori' Flour ? ,..-1.1 0 0' ton £ 53 Susscx-sl rcet, -Sydney, 26th ^ajyIS/6 r ™ J. M KLiiin ay's PmSe List. ' (By Electrtc Telegraph.) . ., £ 8.' d. ^ Butter ? © 2 0 per lb. . ; Cliecvc ? 0 0 8 '? Bacon ? ? 0 0 10 Hanks ... . ? ' ... 0 1 0, Mair.c ? ... . ... 0 .1 0 per bus. Hides ? ' ' ... 0 0 3 per lb. J'ark ? ..; . ... ~7 0 0 perton. Flour ... ... , ...13 0 .0 ' . ? Tallow... ... ... 28' 0 0 per tori. Potatoes ... ... ... 4 0 0 „ Pigs, per lb. .... ?: .... 0 ...

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