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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

PROSPEOTUS OF TI[t BACCHUS MARSH AND GENERAL ADVERTISER FOR BALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACK WOOD, EGERTON, AND TaII SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. ON Saturday morning, the 7th of July, will be published the first number of a new weekly paper, to hbe entitled the Bacchus Marsh Express. We conceive that the time has arrived when a more full and correct exponent of the varied and important interests of the Bacchus Marsh Division of West Bourke is desirable than hu?s hitherto existed; and it is hoped that the scope of the columns of the Bacchus Marsh Express will ýfford adequate facilities for the attainment of that object. We shall shortly state the general principles which it will be our task to advocate, and the policy which we intend to adopt in our editorial capacity. Of the various subjects presented to the Victorian Press for the consideration of the public, nothing has of lato excited so much interest and attention as the state of political affairs. During a very long period political a...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The election of a melmber for the Upper House for the South province, in the room of Mr. Taylor, who has retired by rotation, will take place on Wednesday next, the 3rd October. Mr. Thomas MI'Combio and Mr. Shorwin are the rival candi dates,. Mr. M'Combie is an old colonist, and a man of liboral principles. Hle represented the South Province some years since in the Legislative Coun. cil, and gave groat satisfaction to his eonstituents. He is asupporter of the present Ministry, and is in favour of the Land Law as it is now being car. ried out by the President of Lauds and Survey. All those who wish to see liberal and progressive measures prevail, will, we are sure, vote for Mr. n"jotbio, Those who wish to have the aultion of obt :,iuved,and the poor man denied the right no doubt, vote f lhd or himself, will, we have h?old a mo eting in t~ win. Mr. M'Comnbio -held i. m.ting; in the~.?n?" ls' Inllstitute last night. His views on the leading lola ,ions of the day wore ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Bacchus Marsh Express, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

4ATURDAY, SEPTEMBERI 20, 1860. ONE of the most kingly and powerfidl men of his day, the late DANIEL O'CONNELL, declared that he could drive a coach-and-six through any Act of Parliament that was ever framed. No doubt there was a good deal of truth in the assertion ; and more particularly if the administrators of the law were not over-scrupulous about the honest tlfifilment of their own Acts; for it is a fiht which we think will not be denied, that, however care fiully the various laws for regulating and guiding the actions of a nation may be framed, ;their efficiency or inefficiency will be felt just in proportion to the honesty and ability of the political chief at the head of each depart ment. While it may be necessary to frame laws with the greatest strictness, and in some instances to carry them out with the greatest rigour, it is also necessary that they should be interpreted in the most liberal and comprehensive manner. To frame laws with such strictness that they cannot be ev...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

lREVIEW. BAx'3,l 's Louis NAPro?oN Reviewed. In Two Lectures. By the lev. D. MoildTe john, Kihnore. Melbourne: Robert Mac )tay, Glasgow Book Warehouse, Elizabeoth Street. Mn. IMEIiKLEJOIIN has done good service in the cause of truth and common sense by pub lishing these two lectures. We hail them with welcome, and congratulate the writer on what is evidently a successful refutation of the strained arguments and wild statements put fbrth by Baxter. The sensation caused by Baxter's book has not yet subsided. It is decidedly of a sensa tional character. Its merits, however, ats a literary work, are very low indeed. We can not pronounce the man who wrote it to be a scholar. It will not compare fir a moment with such a work as M. Renan's " Life of Jesus." HIow then shall we account f'r the stir and noise which' its publication has pro duced ? The explanation is to be found in the fact of its attemptin, to ,prove that the French Empeoror is to be Monarch of the World-is the Personal Antic...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

BUACIIUS MARSH CENTRAL COM MON SCHOOL. The usual monthly meoting of the Com mittee of the above School was held on Wednes day evening last, in the School-room. There were present--Rev. J. C. Sabine; Messrs. Crook, hon. correspondent; Dyer, Taubman, and Mahoney. Mr. Crook opened the proceeding by a statement. IHe said-Gentlemon, I am out of my usual element this evening, as I have not my books with me. At the request of the Chiairman, Mr. Young, I summoned a meet ing f'or Friday night last. 1 was unable to attend that meeting as I was unwell. I wrote a note to the Chairman to that effect, and in it I stated that I would be happy to send the minute book, &c., if required at the meetin.' About a quarter past nine o'clock on Fritc}y night, the R1ev. Mr. Scott called at my house, and got away the books. I wrote to Mr. Scott, requesting' that the books should be returned to mie. Mr. Scott informed me in reply that Mr. Young had the books. I then wrote to Mr. Young. HIis reply was ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

SIIIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 2G. Present - Councillor M'Pherson, in the chair; Councillors Duncan, Atkinson, Mairs, :Millyard, Graham, Blake, Osrorne, and Short. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Mairs suggested that the reading of correspondence should stand over until'the tenders for the office of Engineer were con sidered, as ma'ny gentlemen were awaiting the result of the Council's deliberations upon their applications sent in. The reading of the correspondence was accordingly postponed. Before the tenders wore opened, the Chair man said he would respectfillv suggest to the representatives of the Press who were present that they should observe silence with regard to the private business of the Council. ELECTION OP ENOINEEII. Tenders for the post of Engineer were then opened. The amnes of the applicants were if. G. Patterson, C.E.; A. A. Surplice; R. R. Morgan, R. C. Youn'g, W. S. Murray, D. Coldie; Geo. Kelly, C...; W. Smith, C.E.; J. Palm...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. CROOK AND THE NEW FARMING SOCIETY. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. CROOK AND THE NEW FARMIMING SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wp arc not rIespjonsibl for mte opiniions carrcsci y oier conclenpl,Jets. MR. CROOK AND THE NEW PARM 1CNG SOCIETY. To thw .E'ditor of 1he REvpress. Sin-I am a reader of the hlxyress, and I believe that your reports of various public meetings lately held in this district may be s tfoly taken is a fair detail of facts. Sow, sir, I occasionally find in those reports some tlhing's which are diflicult to understand. For instance, in your report of the proceedin?gs of the amalga'mation meeting at Myrniong, 1 find something confirmed which was the sub jlct of a great deal of comment in the Marsh last week, namely-that Mr. Crook occupied no position, as an offico-bearor or member of Conumittee, in the amalg'anated Faurmers' Society. Now, sir, I must express my sur prise at this; because, at the meeting of dole g'ates from the three local Societies, held a short time ago in the Marsh, "every confidence'" (according to your report) in Mr. Crook was expressed, and the ooeeting...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LECTURE ON IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

- LEC'U'URE ON Il TGtATiON. ii;{x'I following looUtiro'on thoe lbuoo tabjoet wais dqliUeordu by J-nLinoa: `Youlng, E1tit, 'J.iP., 11 the :?_i; lti t nl iit'~tIt elldo, on 1'irideay,(yuthbrdtty) OvenO- oiit.n i Aduii3llasn .W3a by tiMcdt, h'an the tro1.pjcods Igitito ,oddcot !d o'theb funnds of the Mellbomrn _ Ilospital.] - TlIThe'.sni80st- of irrigatiotn in.of such vast ini plubrneul:o,,3 .oll nneCte.ed withli tho 1, prf0I' v m llnd prosorfity of this distlCtd, that I ain sur you will' requireo uo ltpol4oy ,,y f y NiIand for, inviting, you. too coo hero thi??s evening," that i gllfht sublmit for your consideration the few facts which I hlve boon ablo to glean front vsriouns soures, and from' authors whose pi6tf1sioinnll land praol'iol know Siodda hltas nttblod them to wrilte elnd iploatL, with •.,r10thnrlty, and to furnish un with 31ch inforlnitioon ,will in some nmeasroe be 3i guloe to 3s. in curry lg out' rhe Ipr'oposed irrigation sIohIem in' this t'oi aglhbourhood. It will be rea...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.). CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSION8. IBACCHUS MAR SH. W1oDNESDAY, SPIrTE anIt 26. (Before C. Shuter, E,?q., Pi.M, and Dr. REo, J.P.), CIVIL CASES. David Dyer v. JaremiLah Ryan, Debb, £.--work. Order for .95, and Ga. costs. John Siupson v. Richard Edwards. Dobt, .£3 4,. (id.--goods. Verdict by consent for .3 4s. 6d., and 1,u. costs; payable in two months. Ar'llLICATION FOR LICENSE. 'rhonutse Ryan applied for a district publican's liconse for the Plough Inn, Myrniong. Application grnmted.

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

BALLAN. (PFROM OUR SHPECIAL CORIRESPONDENT.) A, meeting of the Committee of the Ballah division of the United Farming' Society was held at Uallan, on Wednesday last. I)uggald ?lpheirson, Esc1., President, occupied the chttir, Nearly all the members of Committee were present att the meeting. The President exhibited plans and specifications for the show-yards for the Society, which were ap proved of. Mr. Duncan was author ised to procure materials immediately! and it was agreed to call for tenders for the orection.of the show-yards. The yards are expected to be ready in time for the stock show, to be held in Noveomber next. The Secretary was instructed to write to MI. L. King, lsq., MI.P., requesting him to wait upon the Commissioner of Lands, and urge 1)o011 that gentleman the propriety of the Government granting to the Society the whole of the block applied for, about five acres, instead of the two acres and a half al ready gr:anted to the Society. Ova NMw ENoi-rnu. - George Kelly, ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 September 1866

LAND SELECTIONS. 'Iho following persons attended at the offices of the Board of Land and Works, on Thursday last, and took up land under the 42nd section of the Land Act:- Parish of Yangardook, County of Bourke John Jones, farmer, 80 acres; Isaac Smith, wood cutter, 20; William Towers, woodcutter, 20; John Gundy, labourer, 20; John Burns, carrier, 80; Pat rick 'C0arthy, shephoed, 4; Bridget Stowart, widow, 40; Mary Burko, spinster, 80; Patrick Burke, farm labouror, 60; John Devanny, farmer, 80; Matthew Prratt, labourer, 40. PARISH OF KOROROIT, COUNTY OF BOURKE. Alfred Solby, farmer, 19; Joseph White, carrier, 11; John Cunningham, bootmakor, 20; Ann Dow ling, domestic servant, 15. PARISH OF nULLENOAROOK, COUNTY OF BOURKE. 1Richard Dineoon, bootmaker, 20; Joseph Benson, farmer, 40; James O'Neill, farmer, 190; Michael Dineen, farmer, 37.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

MISCELLAEO U S. The Warrenheip conrepontbat of the I4ajms a&tr relates the following remarctbe advntue - A rather amusing incident ccucrrIa here onlaWt Satanray night. A ge-ntiuman- iing nsc the iMoant, wishing to Ihte a chat, called to ace aciuaiatance, whomn he found realy ucipptifz: =a opossum shooting eniurioqI. Hi at Om accepted am i nvition to join the raid alnrisdn the opossumns; aid accordingly of'tey ststd the sportsma wifth his dogansdguiatailBmL 'mL Sey had walke a co dlah disttan,b tt wa Einguairay utnfortar.te in fi'n ain the f7 g=7m. At length, on enmerging- into a0 clear soace, the lg started an =opEssiu on the grais. The timhe being rather thin, the dog touIale the Opasia before it reaclhe ae tree wre thei aonosain maa 1 dfrectly for the sportsman, ad cceede imefet-,. in; aloIgmentupoatatportiooetihebc.TFywhe 'f gentlemnens iEnipessibles arze L-aret, just a i' dog seized it by the tail. The sportsmannjmpie 1 and the dog tfgd, wen3X aiy.nS t -the aeme sibs. at...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL POETRY. NEVER GIVE UP. WRITTEN FOR THE "EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY. NE V E G I V E UP. ENLyr gi'e up i:Ii: life i flowinr; >-ever sit !;;-ni to pi>- and weep ; L if ii sho:--.< :.1.dd re ombhr We have a cat i? the grave to sleep. Never 1ive up whVit life is fiowig ; i ,-e n i le i_.yL yet be won. The sllievr us :· h1:nour and glory la he _;.o t':m h. the foe to run. Never M ie up a:,- life i flowing ; .Luny a c nze teo.n rro w may bring. 1A l:e ant at night h:- pillowed his head Insi eIn nett. morning a lord or a king. `ever give up whiLt life i flowing Bc'.use its waters are stormy and dark. Did not the dove return unto Noah With a gixen leaf of hope to the stranded ar Never give up whizt lifo is flowing; Be like the eagle-face the sun; And on the swift-moving steed of time Let thy race be bravely and steadily run. Never give up whilst life is flowing; Small danger there is in the ocean's ?rcar Sccarity lies in "the man at the wheel;" "Steadily-so rand we'll reach the shore, -ever give up whilst life.is flowing Be ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUTH PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

'TH 'ri IOU''l PriOVINCEO ELECTION, i'm ; olc.:f.ion for a ropronontatlo of tho 8outhern proviiwc, in thi LJoeglativo Council, took placo on V('f!l(li;tay lInt, Tlioro woro two candidatos ,mainritted, vi,,, Mr. T'homja M'Comblo and Mr. lhorwin. 'Th pa?rtlcular of tho rotnrns aroa? ollow.s : SM'Comblo. Shorwin, ? Hruti'iU;k ,„,, ,, ,,, 24 41 o Intrild L n , ....,,.. ., 15 18 Sr'utlon . .. ..., .,. 1 10 - :,ortlim, . .. . ... ,, .. 14 17 S!rihltnmi ... . .. ... ... . 17 10 <)i!jor ne ,. ,,„ ,,„ , ,,- 17 10 Slorilwiar) ...., .. , , , ... 40 82 m. ti- nen, t ...oo ....... ... 12 13 ., toardinor , , , . . ,, 14 11 E inI ? . , l, ,.. 1. ,,, . 10 K(rrot c , , 4 2 na..l',r oint and r f omn ,,, 5- 15 .!.li: ii:e M rh. ... ... .. . 23 15 Make; :l ... ..c ~ ,n n , ,,, 1" I. i l e-, 1" , "1 to, ,e, It 1 a r n. , 1 ,, "4 '. 11 14 2 F a anndwoenst ;0 1. ,G O 8 'M limillgo ,,, - ,, ,to , , i - ': 12 hlamlf.in . .g . ,, ,,, ,,. ,, 7 y .. .... .. . ... I 2 rytolh nm ... ,, .. , r , . ,,, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

JIALLAN SIIRE COUNCIL. SvI'CIAL x EETrINN. SA'rTurAY, SEPT. 29, 1806. P*re:ient-Councillor Lyon, Proeident, in the chair; Councillora Atkinuuon, Duncan, Graham, lMacpheoraon, and 8hort. The minutes of the last meeooting were read and contiued. CONFIIR?ATION OF DIYE.LAWIJ. Moved by Councillor Macpherson, accondeod by Councillor short--" That the ]Iyo.lawa, au road, beo adopted." Carried. DLJJACKWOOD MAIL. Moved by Concillor Duncan, Roconded by Counellor Grahamu-" That the Secretary write to the Ilonourablo the Chief Secretary, expressing tho opinion of this Council that the proposed change of route of the Melbourno and Blackwood mail (via ISyneton) would ulbjeet the people of this distriet to much inconvenieunco, inauneuch a letters pa?sing between any part of this Shire and Illackwood would bo two daya longer in tran'it than at preacnt; and request that the pr'eioent route, via Ilacchun MIcarsh and l1yrnioug, may be continued." Carried.

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AN END TO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

.T sr, a are 6w-34z 7$ thkzig ; W e ktP y tLrd ia f ý*u We tar's :,r·IB~f .~~.fg %.afa CI= ',?~3

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

IIACCIIUS MA\RSlt CENT'1AL COMMON SCHIOOL, Ai adljoureiid meeting of the Committoo of this School was hold on T'hur?slay evening Inst. Thero woro proeent-.N r. Jameos Young, chairman; Mr. J. 1E. Crook, hon. correspondent; Itev. J. C. Sabino; lRov. J. Scott; Mmsa':. \Wataon, M'.'arliano, Mabhoney, and Tainulan. 'Jho Chairman pro duced tho bool:u, nid oponed the procccdings by reading certain letteri which had passed between hhi mand the lhon. Curreepondent with reference to the night on which the Committco should meot. Ilo aseorted hisa right, under the circumstances, to call a meeting at any time, or to adjourn a moot. ing should thero not happen to be a quorum. IIo then reod and co,,mented on a protest which had boon forwarded to the Board of Education' by the Church of Englind membors of Committoo with reference to certain action taken by the Presby terhin members; ho denied theo truith of certain statoements contained in that protest, and road a long document in reply which had b...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

BAtLLAItAT LIVE STOCK 3tLRBY. Meliara. NmcLmg B. 3Lteled arni Co. Yc ra: Yt Catt& : Theew a au a: swc.I sup I, txp Ficrffzg 227 1eand, onpra!' &afts' fzqnx tk at ftfei Rrm Ofeea . ýiI3 Btieic and Co., kedrhoiba JTa.*, atnid a t of north e- c ttle. 2 " e" Iast wet grobd ! atit; ti othIio nooft7 ont Irou and " Tfhf n . TRi waa3 S p4 a endaxie of I f eY, awl Ncet of them Wiesit,' bt of beefs sa&Ja w * , ia k grtnd rkave y saz~ifto~y, eooualdr ing thte rates vtiag fa otiir nukotLý Good riu y Eedfswag heý 3m tM at afJoat 37 &L ger P thfa3 I ,srtme zs ife inzt 1ahIgat a igher ýigxre.. FatC'u'OFes: titmF,ý.fa, :b2. Th sagty hami bo aereyIfmfr.td rseae d Iwee, theree wa a asra &Aa ..awF, a~l h-h J tttiiaLrint ? grfrx xeie reahotI, qandit r toiranifrecL Fat irals Z:ý§ xcrw ncsar4i, aLn2 IX) of wY oJ ` i: t he r a: FsettLý a'tutTlwath Cf bof16is titr a at reek, aand s ia zero mimtune Ffbprrý east rwhe ass s: Fein'~Zi~ i~~E wettLi got fa. to I2.1; ;drr,,...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

NIM'EWB OF THE WEEK. We are reluctantly compelled to hold over, until outr next isnuc, two important reports from Molton, owing to the late hour at which they wore recoved -soven p.m. yesterday evening. Among the many difflicutlies which now journals have to contend with, that of opposition from those (if any) previously established in the dio trlct is not the least. We are happy in annonu cing to our roadeor that-in our case, at least although opposition front a rival journal existed tot' somo little timno, it has now boon removed; and, In its stead, has come a spirit of active aym. pathy and aid. In proof of these remarks, we have only to refer our roaders to the Gutcadiut of Hatntrday last. In the "local memoranda" we find the editor actually informing the public, and more particularly the mombers of the amalga mated Farmrs' Socieoty, that the printing already roqulrirdby the now oceloty is being done at the Ev?precs office; and that "card.s, recolipt books, c." are being worked-...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 October 1866

1YN~ETO i 7n the floraa sad ý,i ni..t there is little or nothin* doing, but pricer haze, if aiitlhing, falleU since our Last luotations. Flour is obtairnable at Sfrom .. I. to 21 B per ton; amniwheat is frou Jse~i. Q to ýs.Iper buiTel, a t~ording to qulity. Oats are worth front i to wa. ?d. pe bmhet; bran, Is. IUd. do; pollard, 2.; layg, 2 to £5 per [ tol; chasff £p to £5 lOs. pe tou, gicordinig to ýquaHty; straw, £1 15s. to £3 per ton; barley, hcr, r~- p.:r haslet; po £5 to £ per tots, k (bd.p4z InQnm; butter, fresh, IOlQ to F3. per LFý dittor, sbit potted, out of market; bacon, cotonial, 1ir L to l L.per T.; cheese, coonfia, 9tt to ii. do; eggs, liod to is per doren.-h wrliiy ep 23

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