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Broughton Creek and Bomaderry Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

BSrougliton Creek and Stomadcrry RBunicinal Council. The regular meeting of tho abovonamod Council was hold at tho usual placo of mooting on'Satur day last, at 4 p.m. Present : tbo Mayor (Alder man M'Kenzio), and Alderrnon Gray, Kunklor, Moroney, and Sharpe. The minutes of previous meeting wero read and confirmed. — Correspon- dence comprised but one letter— outwards — to the Ohiof Commissioner and Engineer for Roads reminding him of the promise re tho opening of road from Hayes' to Nowra Bridge. — Under tho hoad of ' miscellaneous business,' Alder man Kunklor drew attention to tho necessity of ropairs to tho hand rail of Lloyd's Bridgo, and Alderman Sharpo pointed out that ropairs to tho bridge on Bong Bong road in front of Boyd's road required docking. —The Mayor mentioned that a hollow on tlio main road required filling in so that the water would not bo detained. — On tho motion of AUlormon Sharpo and Kunkler, tho Mayor, in conjunction with Aldormen Grey and Kunklor, wore em powe...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Three Greens. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

IttESC!SB.H-AftTfl3O«JS. ' ' The Three drcens; Shoiitia' aftoi' tho Crimean war an indivi dual whoso right arm. was onoased in splints and. hung in a sling, entered a magnificent jewellery shop, tho proprietoi of which was a Sir. James Green. Tlio stranger had that a in ( his appearance -which is generally styled distinguo; his damage and garb revealed 'the military vetoian and his mannors tho finishe'd gentleman. At the door halted an elegant cabriolet, and tho good tasto of its j owner was made apparent by the plain but neat livory of the groom and tho choice trappings of tho handsome blooded horse. The stranger stated that lie was desirous . ? of procuring a complete silvei table soi vice, rich, solid, and elegant, with but little 0111a mentation.( , jCcmld Mrv Green propaio such ? a one for him? The goldsmith answeied. of ? ^course in the affirmative, and^shovred soveial pattorns to his visitor, who then described very minutely the stj'le in which ho wished . therarticlo'.to bo-...

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Shoalhaven Regatta Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Skoalhaven Regatta Club Races. The undermentioned ontrios wero rocoived at ?Tuesday night's committee mooting. Tho figures before tho namos represent tho places of tho rowers at tho starting point. Re8olved that Sailing Race and Youth's Race be loft open for further entries till 1 a.m. : — Two Oaued Rack.— Prizo, £12; second boat £2 from prizo. 1 Jamos Hayes (white and purplo).— J. and G. Armstrong. 2 Robinson Crusoo (blue and gold).— A.M'Lean. 3 Brumboriam (red and blue).— W. AVilson. South Coast Champion Soull RAOE.—Prize, £17 ; second boat £2 from prizo. 1 Urbanity (white, green sash).~J. Weik. 2 Stella (Black and bluo).— A. Golland. 3 Broeza (red and blue).— W. Wilson. i Empress (bluo and white). —Massoy. 5 Maggy (bluo and gold).— A. M'Loan. G Chester (scarlet and black).— D. Pollock. 7 Callama (white and purple).— G. Amrstrong. Youth's Raoe.—Phzo, £8 ; second boat £2 ' from prize. Brumboriam (red ond bIue).~P. Wilson. Broeza (bluo).--Josopli Wilson. Doudt/E Scull Race.— Prizo, ...

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Queen Victoria to Mrs. Garfield. BETWEEN THE LINES OF THE TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

-luccn Victoria to Mrs. «nrUcl-l. [?] I know it nil— the lcmgiiiK mid the love , , i 'ho 111 111111,' hi 11 1 Mi it could not let him D'o, ?I I' ?TliPvouinn'tcrii-i imploring I [cucn lib »i With 'llinotiiiul,i.imiomomiimiihvool' |,I liuni tlw llajH (if hrpo, tho Mckciiuu nifhtii, \ 'llii furci i«tt ' lit will li\e,' ' Nii\ hi must die,' xiicuiluii 01 jo\, iiiui thin tno ilium r 1 liiis lul1- , AniHhehuOuttirtcii-i, nhcnnonLW isuigli Tlie (houi'lil th it -aid ' It is ton 1 1 f 0 Ite ' feurelj God will not lit the worst tliuur 1 nine,' ? jtfj M-.tcr, Hiiitlivdlllnnmrliiillwitlitliu ? Andknou how uttei riH-flm-ssliuik tho dumb' It is lh- somm, foi Ik was tlnuc own '1 is true tho whole world mourns tho loss of him, lvor he viia pood but it is tbou idom , Who, unking him, 1111K llud life di 111 mid dim Tho countrj cl mncd linn foi hoi o\\ 1 1» riirlit , Yet -nil* lip Humiiclimnio unto Hit licuit, Btoiuic foi God nnd tniUi In «|icnt his might, And with inn iiMiilimi* pirformid lns]- 11 1 ...

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A WHOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

A WHOPPER. -*? 1 An Eastern touriat iu Nevada had been, spinning some inoredible fish yarn*, when1 oho oi tie party, turning to an old moun tuincor, said : ^ ' Bill that gotB away with fishing in this' . - country, don't it ? ?' Wai, I don't know about that.' ' Do yon mean to say ihat yon have oaugnt more ^Ad«)igsr ilsh ?' . ' No; bnt I have oaugbt some puriy big fellers.' ? 'Come, now, tell us the weight ot tho largest trout yon ever oaughS.' 11 W°l, X oan't exactly tell as to the weight, bat yaa , folks a&u figger oa it. Nftw, yoa nuuw (i ia over zuu mues nrouua mis yer lake. Put that down. As I Baid , before, I don't know tbe weight oi the biggest liah I ever yanked out, but I did haul ou* up on. _ the beaoh, and after 1 landed him the lako- f, fell three feet, and you oan seo by the water. I mark over yonder ii hasm' iiz uinoo.' — Detroit free Tress. ? j I The Philedetobin News saysjetvel caaso aro now made JWinittUion ot Bibles, no thnt no one wil. open thorn. It only t...

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"WASHEE JOHN." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

'WASHEE JOHN.' 'DisTuitBiNa the peace,' explained Bijuh as he brought oat a Chinaman beforu the court, ' and when I put him iu his cell lust night he bit mo ou tuo wrist.' ' No chokee Chinaman — no git bitee,' replied John, aa he drew down his eye. ' What waa the trouble ?' asked tho court. ' 'Spose too muoh noiBe— loo much talkoo in my shop.' The officer said it waB a free fight bntwoen. Chinamen in u wash-house, and tho prisoner was arreatod on the walk .with a olub in hia hand. 'Did you fight ?' asked the court. 'You bet! ICnockco Sam-Liug 'into oockee hat 1' 'What for?' ' Sam-Ling ho calloe me liar.' . « ' Had you been drinking ?' \ '? Dlinkee some pop.' ' Well, you had bottoc be careful.. I shall let.you eo thi8 titnei. imr, if von coma again I'll fifie you fivo dollara.' ' Sam-Ling he no callee me liar — I no come again.' a f ' And you. can tell Sammy-Ling to be careful, also.' 'Ho oallee you liar, too?' innocently inquired the gentle John, and during tho paaniul silence which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

B3- MleeftiasR;s to be Held.' , Gopd '.fomplar's Lodge moots at Nowra, b -January 19, 18S2, at 7 pm. TqH'ata !f»X-.L. moots on Friday, [dato not ??supi&icil fey Soorotavy] at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

1(1 II'. I Jllll' [\ '( i ' ' ' ''SekthhSB* i ? i - 'ailjivrarvia $-ch»io BfaviRnliOM 1) '- t'oji'i- . i1 .Comjduaj. - \ .' ?' !n !r'','/''ThnTxAULB.' ' '-i I,,', J(ln'om Grcc.m\oll f^rmulay, 6 a m, ; y^ucsdny, 3 ' '. .r».t ? ?,. i ipiVBES :? ? ' ? i ?''?',' 1 Cnbli»;iJ2p«.'jlt)ffioturii (Cnliiii), ';3Oh;i ' ' ',' ') ]', l''.^1e-:»-«K«» ,?2ji ^d. 1( '?/ ; ; ; ' No Pigs or other Live Stock will bo convoyed by tho stciuncr louying for JSydhoy onliT,uos,(iny aftornoon. ' ' ', ' ' ▲/ ' , , ' 'K. MANNING,' ?t ? , _J;' ', '/ ,;' '?)1 wanngor.1 p^__ , . ? _ ? . ? ' r Wnntcd tf«r»'l!»c»i'K£hti-i-wnii» W.TOXER, 'CWIiiifi-sliepi, Kimnn, lias . Urn sO', und Yohic-lM POIt tlJRK Tin is piopiucd to nut boLvrcon 'Wollongong and Ull.ululk., A1=n, tlmt'ho is n ra'-Upu^clMROi' of IIidcs,:md skins in inly quantity . , , * . D. LINBSAY BYMOCJK, , Auctioneer 'ancl 'Commission ?„ Agent, ^ . ? w.';;ha\ll,,' ' General Commission' Agent, .' '? ' ' axt- 1 1 - ] 10,' susseni-muku', , , SYDNEY. ? N.U. — Cuunhy...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Tokek— Haiit.— Novombor 23, 1881, at Dina poro, East Indies, by tlio Rev. A. G. A. ? ? Boburts, Major Alliston Cliampion Tokor, I | Borigal Stnft Corps, to Laura Frances, / /;' ?' daughter of tho latoOaptaiaW.H. Shiriff ?.At'-- ????? ? Hart, 105th Light Infantry, stepdaughter ^m of Major S. B. Homo, Bongal Army, and Jm' ?' liioco of Mr. and Mrs. \V. Lovegrovo, Tulso ? * Hill, Shoalhavon, N.S.W. . TUB ; Published every Thursday Morning. .???:.? ^TITORSDAY, JANUABY 19, 1882.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

' «fh«mlliavcn Shiiu»i'K IntelliKCiice. -? '-??? EXPORTS. Per niawnrrn, Captain Gnrdc, on the 2nd Jnnnary, 1882. To Sydney: 2iW bag* mime, -IB liuga Imttcr, 0 pijjii, 52 bugs potatoes, 2 eoom poultry, 14 chcej'O:*, lf- wuses eup-, lot cellar, 1 horse, 1 ling- hides, Mill tiiinilrim. To Kiuran : M bugs mnizc. ''' Tor Knmnrakn, Cnptnin Uishop, on !lrd Jnramry, 1882. To Sydney: 201 kegs Imttcr, 114 cheeses, U ensns eggs. 0 coopn poultry, 1 tos bacon, raid sundries. To Kitiinu : 8 cases, 1 capepmeonc, 1 parcel. To Wo'longum*: 2 bays miiize. Per Mjwhito, Captain Oni-do, on the 5th January. To Sydney: SUbugs maize, 71 pifa. 2(1 cheeses, 81 bags potatoes, 7 coops poultry, 1 horse, (i ]»kgs. lcatlief , 10 cases eggs, 3 hidc3, - 74 kegs.buttcr, and sundries. To K'uma: iH bags maize. 3 ? . DiiRS hides, 1 pig, lot timber. Per niawan-a, Captain Garde, on the !)th Januarj-. To Sydney : 400 bags maize, OS tags butter, 3 calves, 18A bag» potatoes, 10 cases eggs, n pip), 7 tins honey, 2 bags bacon,...

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Miscellaneous. MICHIGAN FROGS AND FROG HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

[?] MICHIGAN FROGS AND 1?ROG HUNTING. The mnrahen bofwoon Bntroif;. ftud Litlco Sb. Clitir avo tho resort of millions of frogs , and it ie nBBreted that -noro frogH r.ro sold in Uotvoib tVtan in any other city of its nizo. Durhi(? tho fro;.; season heavy ship ment? me mado to New York; Boston, nnd other Eastern oitief. Tho free Press, whio'n proueuuees tho coumioruitil Ito^ ;is aus piuious aa a. v/olf, nn wild u/- r. door, and as shrewd rr a fox describes tho work oE frog huntini; a3 follows : 'Most o£ tho fiogi aro caught for thia market by mon. Ouo or- two -boys have eninu fiimo a? suecJaRl'ul frag cixtohers, but it liaa boon dein mslrnlod that tho nvcmgo boy lucks the neci's?ai-y qualifieations 10 intiko t.lio business of any proiil to him. Wo know of ono old li 'lierman aud hunter who lr.\B followed tho frog catching busi ncBn foe tho last twolvo yeavs, and ba3 sotnetimo3 mudo it pay itB high as lStfol por week., Whilo there is only ono way of. tailing a gooso thoro aro aovornl ...

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POETRY. Garfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

POEimY. vj/ ^ ? CSarlield. ' Evtnni dat mattu 10 a ijmsta puci. ?J-l'llihl umcN Mil lloi I lie ml ill UinuIiM., -j Utttralb) niinnlialniMlyiliinbliirt, In the tmo f nth, u 11 linn r in th it i-plrno* . Win re the cilcstml 1 ross nf KU.11IIU 1 nl Spi\ inlHiilTOticlinRiiiinmit'iwiirttliril'ui. , . j , And,iHitthireoiiiiijtMilHct5-.liil-cloir, ?JlirMjiilsiimgii minions tluitUn n not four 1 limbed their LiTnlgi nuc uii liml w 1. -l oj cs Ah me1 How 1I11I tin Ai-iiplini of] nn, Wcioiint tin; MiuVrifw follmvea by the wnno Of infinite rest (mil inlluiti! releiiM ' '11ns n om 1 oii'ol it ion , mid nL'iin A I'lC'' ?Jinleiintoiisiii aiii-susp lift, ' 1 ciuno from iiuirt jrnloin unto this ]-i ice ' — Lonyfilloio.

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A DEAR LITTLE BUTTERCUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

A DEAR LITTLE BUTTERCUP. Along i» B'jKdy xoiid ilie maid Aad youth wero fllowly walking, And of the lovely summer uky And singing birds were talking ; When, stooping by tbe nay, he plucked (The ground with them wuj yeltoiv) One of tbo many flo\;'ru, and Baid : ' Whon 1, a little fellow, With other little follows, wont Through liolds and lanes a-Btraying, Wish golden buttercups a triok ?We were for ever playing. And now, if you'll hold up yonr obinj-, Some mngio wordx I'll utter, \ And by the gold refleoted thero I'll toll il you love butter.' She raised her pretty dimpled obin— Her red lips smiling o'er it — And he Btood, buttercup in hand, One moment mute beloro it, Tnen came a flush upon hia ohoek, - And he began to stutter : '? ' Do you— do you— do you love— me ?' He unid, instead of — ' buttor.' » Wlion down went flower, neither ono Its shiny petiUo micsing, « for be toe red, red, Boiiling lipa And dimpled ohin wan kiesing 1 The Flint Flaiie.— Wa'king 009 morning laut Winter on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

MEM13EES of the n iovo Club are particularly roquosted to If toud PUAOTTSB THIS (THURSDAY) Ali'rl;. MOON, and on SATUR DAY NEXT, in Mr! ; oKn Smith's paddock, at Nowra. Play will coi monco at .'! p.m. 'THOS. ] IDWAJIDS. Hon..Socrotnry. ON and after this dato/unv CATTLE found TRESPASSIIOt WWolloinio, Run will bo impounded. ? // ** f II E S. ROWE, 18th; July, 1881. Notice to .'nliliniers. a - TTNTIL fmlkoi notice tho 11usbn.no stoamoi \J Millloa\o Tonaia at 8 am , and ]3oma doirvat lla in. otoiy TUESDAY ioi Groonwoll Point Iff Tho steamer ]3i#i!^ft/ji»»will loavoTonma ai 10 a.m ovoiy MdNDiY foi Uioughfon Cieok, iincVlaavo Bioughton/jiook at 12 o'clock noon on TUESDAY foi Gi'onwoll L'oint. A. BUCHANAN, Agont and ^raster. It is pioposod to hato a TEA-MEETING, ANIl A Sale of U4|ful and Fancy |rjcles, To Roduco Iho Doljton tho No^ia Patsouago- ON , Coutubutions of an kind ttill bo thankfully 1 locoived rN tho Eslato of Til »[AS TIOOKEY, lato of Cambowaria, Fi imoi, Shoalhavon, Do-| ceased...

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Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

.§smt^. . Meh's Work and Women's- — Tho flutist IooiuugBpooiuitins oi manuood, iti every olues, are tu be iound among men between tho Rgea ol thirty-ilve nudfiliy, but how many comely wuiuou oan be iouud ovon among thoso who btwo ooinptjUB'jd only the emiili^r number of yu!irs momio/jtd above 1 Tho home work ol woinu-j, whsjher she be wife or cervi'n', iieisas revision ; if onlj' genins can enable u person tu be as tho same time rnaelor aud B'.rvant, unrse and ruler, thou genius in thht dirvotion, if .hero ib any, Blioald mako itBell kaOA-u loi- shn benefi; ol Uiobo who are figUt inR ru«K'-ifioontly ugiiinBt overnhelmingodtlB. With a tlisjhter phyuiqne than mim, a i-hvuique that is oco.iBiounlly Bnbjtot to pnuuiiur duties to whioh thnt of man ouu cii'dr no parailol, womau id oxpootud to duily endure a strain that no man wonld tolerate tor any leugih oi timo. Uu'il wli.it is moaeaiiy called honauketiping ia rEOOgoiiied aa Uio uublj soieuox thut it really io, uud i» caioiu'.ly B-tUdie...

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A FATAL ELECTRIC SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

A FATAL ELECTRIC SHOOK.. A siiuNQE nnd terrible accickni ooonrred rooently ni tho generating .looms of tlio Brush Eleeirio Li«l.it Company on Gi»:Bon B-te«t. Ab'jut 6 o'oloo!: two yoong men nt-imed George Liionrad Smith und Henry Kimb.ill, iu company with Riiothor yomiR man and two yii-lo, stepped into the nts-tiou nna siooa lovkwg at tuo niHouinary in motion. Saiiihi was .veiy inquiaitivo, nnd wanted to experiment. This manager, Mr. G. Cnnilo, r.llowoti ijim l-- try a hurniloeu experimsnt, whiub. oonei3{oil iu suking hohl of one of the brushes a;irickiHl to tin, com mutnlor, in whioh tho oloo-rioity ia held until carried away over tho wires, and thon, taking hold of the hands of hittcompaniouB, a gonile current ol elaclrioity wits poscod through thoir bodies. Smith wanted to tako hold of two of tho brushes, bnt Mr. Ch/tffu grabbed his arm and held him baek, telling him it was sure death to loneh them. Tho party shorSly afiorwards loft, Mr. Obnffo telling them to gee out. Abont a qu...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Cjj{-3-; HiztiiJlittiiitiiii. ' (Fiom tlii. Si/dmt/ 1'apcis ) , London, Jan. 14 « /it a sale to-diiy of Uio mutton Inonght Uv iho Euiopi, I 10(1011) wi,jht ^as dispi sod jot Tho highest pi no obtained was biiolyOdpw lh Tho total amount sold up to tho piosont is ?30001b 'P1W* Aimt.rjiimn linltpr hv t.bn l'jin nun. whu.li. as nh-cadyi apnounctd, united in c\(.ollent con dilion, has been placed giadunlly on this niniKot -lurmg thef last few1 days Up to the piosont a fow 'luindicd packages ha^o been sold at an jiVcAago ppco ot lid all lound Four members of tho Ladies' Branch of the luQi Lurid Lengohavo boon airoslod and lodged itiLiinpiick gaol, foi holding a mopting m cou tratention of 1he oidei ot tho C!o\oinmont declaiing all meeting of tho league illegal /' , J , Constantinople, Jan 1 1 i 'Tho lojoindor by the Tuikiih Govoinmpiit to tho colloctivo note piosonjxd to tho Khedito by f 1Jo Consuls-Gonei al was pubh'-hod to-day. Tho (\fowsofi the Porto aio oleaily laid* down in a diploma...

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Tete-a-Tete. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

» Tcte-n-TTeip. By Tiirjou % ''Hlbss tlioo ma bov, T tukos nothm stiongor than watoi ' Mild an old rhup tho othoi day addiossiug a not ^oiy boyiih individual as to yoars and statin o, l»\if boViik in so far as that ? Ins drinking .passion lod him whithoi it listed. What a |)ictuipJ Maik tho oontinst. Ono a vouna'old man, Iho othoi an old.-joung man. i Foriuiyjputl 1 inwaidly o\clannod, God spood tho Good Tomplais. I don't know whether my msv old 'biolhor' of tho Wosl oE Fngland, is a ' biand plucked liom Iho binning' 01 not but no is a living ovmvplo. nf tho good o£ 'i'ompoi anco Organisations. And t\ ith all duo lospect to your * strong (reclamations and quotations Ubout bomg politically nusieprosontcd, whon. jou havo for A yoni district a sound hone si lompoiunco man, who is an nmplo of good living in' social and and finnlv bfo, and tthoso opinions aio not fin ?n long if his spom-ht', uio not voi v knnayed I say : ]SoU-M ha\c lmiKit Umpoianco John Rosoby tlmn bluslmna; liiiiMto M'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

*' TO^ltiTi^'0 IjEND, for fom oi fivo yoais, orV SJV^y Jloitfi^aW/iloohoWPiopoity, at 8 Tier tont. 'p^r injniMff »J»pl y to Mlt. T. M. A IfiUH MWS, &ohcit/rNo*ra' I : . ?

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

m Coninaci'cital Intelligence. i Smith C-Mist ami W'osi Cstiudcn C« ^jWraTSfce Ci-i»lsai|- (BjJmitori). A Si'DiBY MUIKH PltlCES. Bolowwo givwgouoial quotations. ' ? £ B. d. .£ s. d. i Buttoi.best, pei lb 0 0 '6 to 0 0 10 Eacoiuditco 0 0 3 1,, 007 OhoebO, ditto 0 0 3 / ,. '0 -0 7 Pigs. (nhvo), each 0 18 0,n „ , i 16! 0' Cahos, ditto ... 0 8 0 „? 'l 5l 0 ILdos, each 0 10 0 ,„„ _1 5 0 i Calfskins, o ich ..01 '0''-^. S 0 lj 0 Tallow, peL Ion . 25 0 0 ',)\271',0 0 IXnuo, pei bushol ,0 5 0v/v „ ' 0 ro1 0 Wheat, poi bushel 0 5 0 „ 0 5! 6 Bailoy, (English) '0 2 6'1',, 0 3i 0 Ditto, (Cape) ditto i 0-2'0 ,,,0 2 6 , ,Oats, ditto . 0 2( C „ \j0 3' 0 Potatoos, poi ton 4 0 0 ,,, ' 4 loi '0 ' I Hay (oaten) ditto fl ' 0 JOS*?,] u! l.6 . 0 0 Ditto (lutoi no) ditto 2 0 0 ' ,, 4 0 0 Fowls, poi pair , 0 3 ,0 ^d -, 0 31 9 Ducks, ditto .. 0 3 6 '„ 0 4 C Goose, ditto . . 0 6 0 „ 0 8 0 Tuikoja, ditto ..080 „ 1 0 G i Eggs, per do^on 0 14 ,, 0 t 1 S % Commeicial Stoics, Sussex-stioot, Sydnoy, 1 Jauuaiy 17, 1...

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