ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 116,848 items from Shoalhaven Telegraph, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
116,848 results
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

RECIPES. Spihaoh — When cooking spinach, substi tute a little piece of bacon for the salt pork usually cookedr with it to season it. The nicest way to serve it is to put a bit of the bacon in each dish. Hard boiled eggs, sliced when oold, are also liked with the greens. : To Sbbve Eaelt Ve3etabi.es — One of the moBt delicious ways to serve the early young beets, boil until done in separate kettles, then slice into the dish in which they are to be put on the table ; first put a layeu o£ potatoes, sprinkled with pepper and salt and little lumps of butter, then a layer o£ beets, treated in tho Bamo way, and so on until the dish is full, then pour over all a very little sweet oream or milk. 3?bied Liteb— A good way to cook liver isto fry it in butter, with an onion cut in small'' pieces scattered over it- Cook slowly j when done add a lump of butter and a little flour ; stir well, and turn over the liver. '. , PfeENOH Method of Beoimnq Steak— Havo the steak about three-quarters of an iu...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Of*' Y IK Paper ron Dishes.— The latest applioatio of paper is the adoption of paper plates by some of the great restaurants and cafe's in Berlin.; The innovation was first introduced daring the summer of last year by tho adventurous landlord of a muoh frequented open-air restaurant. Every customer who orderod bread and butter, rolle, oakes, buns, or similar artiolea, had them served to him upon a littlo paper plate, mado of a light papier maehe, adorned with a pretty bolder in relief, and having at the first glance a great similarity to poroelain. Gnests, waiters and haste were all pleased with tho novelty ; it saved tho waiters runny a dednotion from '.lieir wages on ncouuuS of breakages, whioh tho deftcist and olovereot oau Boatooly nvoid. when ho handles hundreds of pioous ol crockery daring a single afternoon and evening, Tho paper plates wero bo ohe»p that the landlord did not cure to aneert his ownership over them, and hia ouoiomara wore allowed to oarry them away, like the p...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trabeller. ACRES OF YELLOW LILIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

SrafoDtt. ACRES OF YELLOW LILIES. A correspondent of the Now Yorl^Wn »nj Post describos a romarkaWo floral dis play iu a mill pond in Sharptown, N. ,J. Somo four years ago there appeared in tho pond a little patch of a gigintio species o£ water lily. In four years the patch has flpreadiintilit covers throe or four acres. The flower and tho plant which bo.rs it arc mo-t remarkablo, Tho leave*, almost ? i «!,„ t.l,.. n immon lily-pad, uro of ten two feet in diameter from edgo to edtso, and aB tough aa soveral thioknessoB of brown paper. Bach loaf will easily support a ioSud woigbt. Tho water when it bio-ka over tho edgo, forms a groat globule that rolls over tho groen surface hko qmok Bilver. 'iho flowor grows upon a strong stem four feot hiRh, as thiok as tho ond o£ a man's littlo fingor, and aB straight as n roed, a foot out of tho water cuines the blossom of a light but brilliant yollow, with many rows of petals. It is shaped like the ordinary whito water lily, with frairranco quit...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

TnE iniquisitional proceedings initiated by the Minister for Public Instruction ngains* the old rind tried monibors of the teaching profession, is one* frith, which no right-minded person can lmvo any sympathy, whether ro garded as a question of policy or of abstract — --justice. The action of the minister in inau mirniinn- snnb atranffeiDroceedinffs atall, is as untenable on the broad ground of ovonhanded justice to all State servants, as it was eccen tric and unjust with regard to the particular cases of certain individual teachers. In his lame and illogical defence of the courso lie lias chosen to adopt, Mr. Suttor said in tho Assembly on tho 19th instant, regarding the teachers who have been peremptorily called on to bo examined — ' They have all had five i1#* or six months' warning. I carefully wont over the papers relating to* tho mattor , ) [mark this clause], and in cases were there where, reasons for deferring the exami nation, I determined that it should stand over iill ne...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAVE HEART. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

BRAVE HEART. By Irtwis E: Baud, in New XorJi Ledger. i. She Enid, ?- just keep n oheorfnl heart, The times am eare to mend The aorest strsit, the hardost hap, - Cornea ever to an end. Do W6ll and doubt not ; naught goas right With those who fear and (rot ; Money troubles get over, dear, If they are bravely met. j H. ' Not yon alone — master and men Alike the blow have felt : Beside, you know the oountry's keys Don't hang iu one man's belt. Cares come and go, and Providenoa Still sends the needed friend ; , The sorest strait, the hardost hap, Cornea ever io an end.' hi. He took his tools from off the shelf ; ' He kissed her hopeful faoe, - He eaid, ' ainoe yon have oonrage, wife, I will take heart of graoo. I'll come when I have found my work, So watoh for Love's dear sake, , And tell the boyB their father's gone A better home to make.' IV. More humble grew their daily fare, More scanty grew her part, Bat yet she kept her weary watoh With an unfaltering heart. She said, ' a littlo lo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Special Telegraphic Biitellisence. (From Oreville's Telegram Company. J StfDNllY. WeDXKSIUY. '1 T.M. Sin Ilonry Parkos has boon busily ongnged in bis office during tho last fow tlaya. Ho worked till 12 o'clock at night on Deixing-dny ; and at samo hour last night was otigagcel in consulta tion with tho Iiispoctor-Goiioral of Police— A Cabinot mooting was holel yesterday,- but no business wns settled. There will bo another mooting to-day, when it is slatoil thoro will bo at least a dozen now appointments to tho Upper House including tho following gontlesmon from tho 1 ii'gislativo Assombly : Messrs. Ton y, \Vobb, Brotlribb, Sutherland ; also Mossrs. John M'Iritosh and W. II. Aldorson'; tho.Qoyorn raont boing of opinion that tbo mombovs of tho Counoil should number at least ono half of those in tbo Assombly. At a mooting of publicans, hold at Iho Masonic Hall last night, it was elotonninod to tost tho question in tho law courts whothor thoy should clobo thoir housos at 11 o'clock iusl...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Science. HEAT AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

^timiL HEAT AND HEALTH. (From Chambers'. Journal.) ? We have Bomewhoro road of a system of 'onre in whioh tho only means usod was heat. Tho prinoiple upon which this- system was founded had an appearance of plausibility. It was expressed in a sort of motto : ' Heat is life— aold is Heath.' Hot substanooo, anoh as giogor, Cayenne peppor, &o,, were tifncn/iha^ Inr intcrnfll nan. TTnt hlltllB Of various sortu wore applied oxtornally. 'While it is well known that oxtrornoB of boat, no leRB than extremes of oold, aro destructive of both life and health,- it may well bo ad mitted that a moderate administration of either might bo beneficial in many dssoii. It ia on a modiQoafJoftiJo'f'thia prinoiple that hydropathy iB based ; hot, as for a time mis named, tho Cota(!Wator Cure. Water of variouB degrees of 'temperature, and air ' as high aa two hundred dograoa Fahrenheit, are employed, according 'to the offeot desired.- ' ? ? There oan be littlo doubt as to the ad vantage of a duo am...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

KiOCAIj 'ISf'H'JEB'jffjI'RIElsrCllsS. Hklt) Ovbu.— Bogulation uuelor 28th section Mining Act and a loailor on tlio sumo. Good TemWiAhs. — It is notified by advortiso uiont in anothor column that tho Good Templars' conceit will tako place . at tho Band Hall, on Monday noxt, instead of lnsfc ^rouelny night, tho weathor having necessitated a postponement. old organ,' was vory successfully reudorod in tho Ten-iira chapel on Friday ovening last by tho 'Torrarii' and Nowra choirs, assistcid by Slibses Graham, M'Laren, and Mossijj. Ilindoi-. and M'liuron. The stoiy oE tho song was read by Roy. Mr. tflotchor, in an oftoejlivo and intolligiblo mannor, and solos woro 'pleasingly sung by Misses Groon, Giahnm, .-Mid M'Laron. The whole sorvice wont olt excellently, elo^pite tho fact that it had booh lm'rrierlly -iintuiged for, and wo undci'ijtand a gioat deal of the credit is duo to Miss Hinds, who conducted tho musical part pE tho performance witlv'hqr wontcel ability. At the close ? a' vote of...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNTED DOWN, [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

H TJ NT ED DO f,N, By HuNirz Kendail. Two years had tho tiger, whoso shapo was that of a sinistor man, , . . ' Boon out aiuoo tho night of escape — two years under horror and ban. In a timo.full of thundor and rain, when ,-tfhurxicijno3 hackled thri.treo, ?Ho slipt turoughtho sludgo of a drain, and awaui a fiorco fork of tho sea. Through tho roar of tho storm, and tho ring ? and tho wild savago whistlo oi imu, Did this naked whipt desporato thing break looso from tho guards o£ the gaol. And breasting tho foam of tho bay, and facing tho fangs of tho bight, With a great cruel nry on his way, ho dushed . through tho darkness of night. . ? But foiled was tho terror of- fin, arid bafllod, tho strength of tho tide, For a dovil supported his chin and a fiend kopt a watch at his 6ido.' And hands of iniquity drest tho hollish hyona, and gavo Him food in tho hills of tho west — in 'colls of indefinito cave Thon, strengthened and woaponed, this poor of tho brute, oh tho track o£ its prey, Spra...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boxing Day's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

S5oxi»s Bay's Sports. As previously announcod by advertisement, a day's racing took placo on tho Burner nico courso, for In idles, otc. Thero was a good attondauco of visitors, anel tbo sports was good. The following wora tbo piincipul winnow: — James Grady's Lizze, 1 laco ; W. Grady's Camelen, 3 races ; G. Thorbui n's Sandy,' 3 races ; 'T son's O.innkKT.nn. 2 ui(»ns: .TnlinCrlrmvillo's. inn.. Maspubhule, 1 race ; A. Suffolk's Grasshoppor, 2 i aces. Tho spoit was keen anel woll kept up, Mr. Spain, .-nildlor of Nowrn, leaving bosielos sueldles; etc., about four dozen brielles on tho ftinund, most of which ho disposed of.—At Numba tho principal ovont of iuterost, and ono which drew a groat nuinbor of visitors, was a SO yards laco between D. O'Keofo, tho runiiur, undD. Hyam's chostnuthor.se -'Hippy.' Tho borso won, tho pedestrian being loft at tho pool. Tho pi izo was £5 aside. Othor races for saddles, bridles, whips, otc, look placo, tho principlo winners being G. Arinstiong's chestnu...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agriculture. [?]ATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. [?] HE SHEEP FOR THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

? Spiciiltor^. ^?mON.FARM, AND GARDEN. --L By Jumductoo. U SHEEP FOR THE FARMER. ^^?ule aversetto Baying a-single word that ^^Hl bo considered ns opposing the intro ^^Bon of other breeds of sheep, arnoggst ^^?irming classes, wo don't suppose there ^^Kany who havo matched tho tendenoy ^^H) wool sales, and tho fat stock rnar ^^B and still havo doubts that tho merino ^^?t tho ehecp for colonial farmers. ^^Hamraence with the wool first, for ^^Heer favourably a farmer may be ^^?tcd for obtaining the highest ruling ^^Kb for hia sheep tor butcher's purposes ^^^^^Kvre atill very few in number who can ^^^^^K to neglect the fleeces as a eource of ^^^^^H from sheop. Well, the London mar ^^^^Huring the last twelve months has not ^^^^^H. doubt that high class merino wool is ^^^^^Kery sategt article of the wool kind ^^^^^?can be sent to that market. Some ^^K or foor years since there was a ^^Hn, and a more than ordinary active ^^^Vnrmd for long wools of the coarser and ^^^^?ss-bred sorts, But is ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boolong Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Biuoloiig JKnccs. Tiue following aro the ontrauces and weights for tlio Hurdle Race and Now Years' Gift, to bo run at tho mooting of tho Boolong Turf Club on Monday noxt, 3 anuary 2 : — ? HUKDLE HACE. st. 1b; Mr. J. Frazor's Quickstop ? 10 7 E. Rowo's Boziepio ? -. ? 10 3 ? Forester ? 10 0 ? Rainbow ? 10 0 NEW YK.VRS' GIFT. Mr. It. Patterson's Gazello ? 9 6 J. Moron'oy's Swoothe-art ? 8 0 J. Evison's'Speo : ? 7 8 W. Grady's Camelen ? ? 7 0 J. Campbell's Samgossa ? .'.''.?... . 6 12 J. Fnizor's Bond Or ? 5, 7

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FISHERMAN'S METEOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

A FISHERMAN'S -METEOR. . The fall of a meteor in the bay near Goat Island, from tha description given to a Call reporter by various peraons on the water front, must have' been a sight seldom witnessed by man. Hearing that an old fisherman hau betn on the bay near where the aerolite fell, the reporter looked him up, and got the following story : ?'???? ' Yes,' '? said he, ' X was near the place wueu cnac meteor leu, ana let me soy right here, I don t want to be ttiere when the next one comes down. I tell jou what, young man, I've been in a good' many uiubu places in California, fighting' grizzlieB and etunding oif. Mexicans in 49, buc I nev.er said iny pray era as many times * in a second as 1 did when that meteor lit./ out for tho bay this morning. I was going r across the bay to the Oakland . flats to set my nets, ay I do most every morning. Well, when I got almost opposite the island, all of a sudden it got bo light that I. thought the wholu eleotrio light buBineBS ' had exploded ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Q3- MoetiiBffS to I»e Held. Good Tomplar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, , January 5, 1882, at 7 p m. Torrara L.O.L. moots on Friday, [date not supplied by Soorotavy] at 7.30 p.m. To Our Subscribers. SUBSCMBEBS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, will oblige liy promptly communicating the fact to Uio pro prietor, at the olfico of this pnper.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Xllavrarra fitcnm Itlavisation ? -? / Company. ' ?*-, «'-?.???' Vfl'lvory ironclny, Tuesday, and Fiftm S^clney. \{ ir,kliVy night, at 11. 0 SVoin'Greibnwoll {Monday, 6 n.m. ; Tuesday,' 3 ? ?' ?' Point! \ \ yl'-ni-' Thursday, 8,a.m. '' ''/,-' ? -' FA1VES: ' ' ' ' ! ?' ' , i StoernKC, 5.2s fiih ? - . i| No Pies or olWr Iiivo Stock -will bo convoyed ' . ly iljo steamer lonving for Sytlnoy on Tuesday ^T afternoon. ' , ,'' ,A ? , , E. -MANNING; (t)M. j , t i. . Manager: - ^ --: ? i ? $T- ? : ? .Wamftid *-- !-'« Bunown. ? 'OT ' JONES, Collm's-R&eot, ' Xinma, '' lias .' VV « Hoiwps and ToWclos POUTiraB. ' lie is incpnrcS to run liotweon Wollongong and TJllnuulln. *Aho, thnl ho w a oashpvn'ehnsor of Ilides anil skins in inly quantity. - . »fcIINDSAY STOOGE, Auctioneer and Commission ; ? Agent, JAMBBBO 0. W: 'HAIL,, ,, ? General Commission Agent, AND %H»S3.®E»'BJeiE MKKCJffAHF'Jr, , # ' 110, SussEX-sraEET, Sydney. , ' . , N.B. — Country Ontors promptly attondod. to. ' 'f W f4 V A' ¥f...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

MAKRIA.WE. Pickbuhjt— dEiMestihs. — On the 2Gth Doeom bor, at tlio roaidenco of tlio bride's stopr fntbor, Bai-fiold, Cambowarra, by 'tlio. Rot. John Elkin, Thomas James Pickburn, M.D, of College -street, Sydney, to Mubel Faith, youngest daughter of tho lato Prosper do Mootro, of Millbank, Terrara, ' , , , : THE Published every Tliursilny Morning. ' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1881.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Weekly Calendar for January. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

?Weekly Calendar for ?Tanuary. - Phases of the Moox. Full Moon .... 'lth, at 9.3 p.m. Last quarter . . 13th, at 1.52 a.m. Now.Moo'n .. 20tli, at 2.46 a.m. First quarter.. 2Gth, at 5.-10 p.m. ~ I ? Sun ? , fHigh water atShoal Date. I ^is0S| So);g- [ havon Heads. n. jr. it. xr. p. m. a.;m. 5 4 58 7 14 8 415 9 5 -0 4 58 114 5) 23 9 40 7 4 59 7 14 9 57 10 13 . 8 '60 7 14 10 29 10 45 -' 9 fl 1 1 14 11 1 11 17 10 5 2 7 13 11 33 11 51 11 5 3 7 13 ? 12 8

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANDMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

. GEANDMA. ?.... ' ,. By Mbs. M. L. Rayne. '; He giveth life, ay. life In all its sweetness, Old loves, old, sunny scenes will He restore ; Only tho curse of ain and incompleteness Shall vox thy soul and taint thine earth no more.', She had red cheeks and snapping black eyes, -when she first came to stay with us while grandpa was away, and Buoh a peremptory way of ordering ub about, that we children wandered if there wasn't some mistake— if this energetic home ruler was not really and truly Our mother, and the Little pole invalid up-stairs our grandma proper. She was never idle, and so quick in tier movements'^) could hardly keep up with bier, and' we feltf'with the natural sentiment dC children whoj dislike innovations, that DUr, grandmother waB a bogua article and aot a good, old-fashioned spectacled grandmother, with white hair and notions about things. But we hud been rather a shiftless lot, and somewhat down at the heel when she came, for our mother was an invalid, and our fath...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN "OLD HAND'S" YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

AN '?'OLD HAND'S' YABN. By R. P. Whitwoeth. ' Well, yes, I havo seen somo quaro things in this country during tho flvo-and-forty years I've boon hore, and, if you wouldn't mind nn old hand's yarn about thingB that \ havo long gono by, it might whilo away | Bomo of tho woariness of tho road, for it's a i good many mile aforo wo gots to Kiama, and I must bo thoro aforo I stops, and I gucsB you intends makiti' tho same place aforo ?_T_l. ? 11 il_ ? i_ ? T .1 ? ,i. ? I ? 1 IB T UlgllL— WUU, LUUUii. JUUj X UUI1 b IIU11U IX J. do.' Tho lattor portion of my companion's speech boro roforonco to a small ilask of brandy and water which I had produced out of my breast pockot,and had, in accord ance with tho custom of tho bush, invited my now friend to tasto of; but first, gentlo reader, lot mo tell you whom I am, whore I was, and how I foil in contact with my chatty acquaintance. My name is — but that doesn't matter— perhaps it's Smith, perhaps it isn't. I had. bcon on somo business, which had...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence South Coast and West Camden Co operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Commercial IntulliiccBic'ef South Coast and JVest {cittmleii JWfc^ o|tcrative Conqfany (XimJtftil). mk Sybkey Mamcet' Phioes. f J Below wo givo general quotations. wr £ b. d. dtff. el. Butter, best, per Ib. . 0 0 0 to Ol)-fl.,. Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 0 4 „ OMO 7 ? Bacon, ditto ? ..... 0 0 4 „ ^» 7 Ditto beavyandrough 0 0 4 „ (TO t^ Choose, ditto.. ? 0 0 4 ,. 0 . 0 *» Ditto 2nd and inforior 0 0 4',, 0 i- ff» Pigs (nlivo), each ? 0 15 0 „ 1WQ Calvos, ditto ? 0 0 0 „ 1 .0 U Hidos, each ? ' 0 10 0 „ 1 » O Calfskins, oach ? 010 ,,-01G Tallow, por ton ? 23 0 0 . „ 2C 0 O Maize, por bushel.. .. 0 4 3 ,, 4 4 0 Wheat, per bushel . . 0 5 0 „ 0 '5 g IBarloy, (EngliHh) ...0 2 9 „ 0 3 0 Ditto, (Cape) elitto .. 0. 2 0 ,. 0 2 9 Oats, ditto ? 0 2 0 „ * 3 0 PotdTMOs, por ton ? 4 0 0 „ COO Haj (baton) ditto ..400 „ 500 Ditta/lucoi-no)eli4to.. i 0 0 ,, 3,0 0 Fowls, per pair ? 0 3 0 .„ 0/3 6 Ducks, ditto ? 0, 3« C „ ol 4 0 Qfeso, ditto ? 0 0 0 „ 0^8 0 flrkoys, dit^ ? 0 80 iT0 16O Eggs, ijer doSb'n .....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x