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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 4 March 1843

COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS.   At one of the groups known by the name of Solomon's Island, in the South Pacific, the wha- ling ship Offley, of London, commanded by Capt. Lazenby, and belonging to Messrs Curling & Young of London, had seventeen of her crew assasinated (including the mate and surgeon) in the month of May last, owing to the mate indis- creetly shooting the chief upon the supposition that he had harboured two sailors who had ab- sented themselves from the ship. We publish this for the information of whaling captains in particular, as, no doubt., the natives will revenge the loss of their chief upon any Englishmen who may land there. The Offley, took on board the carpenter, one seaman, and two boys, at Rotti, belonging to the Two Sisters, which was wrecked in Torres Straits. The Two Sisters.—We lately gave an account of the wreck of the Two Sisters in Torres Straits. Part of her crew and passengers were taken up by the French vessel Nouvelle Erm...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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GUILDHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

GUILDA.AL,..-.'lr. Venables, abutelher in New gate-market, havinggiven evidence on a charge, Sir 1'. Laurie said he was glad to get information from practical men. lie wished to know whether the im portation 6f forcigl, cattle was decreasing or increas ing. Mr. Venables said it was increasing. There were sotme very fine Spanish cattle in Smithfield mar ket yesterday: Tie pricepaid in Spain was very low and the ii~iportars had tiiade a good profit. Sir P. Laurie asked if an inmportation from Spain had been expected ? Mr. Venables said certainly not, on ac count of the length of tie ioyage, btut they came in goodconditionfor killing. Noforeigntmeat,however, was equal to our own. Sir P. Lawrie said. e hadre cently visited Beclgiumn ind Holland, and to him the cattle thereabout seemed to be in excellent condition. Mr. Venables said what we had received from that quarter was certainly very fine, but theyput 10 beasts to graze on a plot of land that would be giventothree in lEngland. An a...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT, W11OLSALE PRICES. L I Ale, bottled, Duinbar's brand - - 16 - drafught, per barrel, Ashby's - 10) per hhd.. ditto -. - S 15 - per barrel, burton - - 700 ecer, Trueman's stout, per lhhtd. - 7 0i - Iloare's, - - - - -61 - bottled, Taylor's,, - 01 0 Bacon, per lb:, takingtlie flitch - 010 Beef, HIambro', per barrel - 5 10 - East India,ditto .- - . Cl lirai, per bushel, - 0 1 Bricks, per thousand, 1 outter, per lb, - 0 Candles, ICEnglish, per lb, 01 Colonial ditto - 0 0 Cheese, English, per lb. - - 0 Colonial Canvass, per bolt - . 2 11 Cigars; duty paid, per 1000, from 0 Cottee, per cwet. 0 0% Corks, per gross 0 Deals, per tot " . 0 Flour, firsts, per 100lbs. - -- seconds, ditto 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. 0 - currants, ditto - - Grain, wheat, per bushel - 0 --barley, ditto - 0 -- oats, ditto. - - 0 Gunpowder; per li . 0 $ lHatls, ditto - - - - 0 Ilay, best descriptionl, scarce - 91t Iroe, assorted, per-to ll - - Litharge, per cwt. . 4 1 Lead, per cwt. - - 2 1 - sho...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

COLONZAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY.CORRECTED UP TO THE LA*.iTES PORT PIIILLIP. : Flour, first..... 1 0 Bread, 41. Seconds ...... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cwt. i Ration.......... 0 17 0 Beef, lb... I Wheat, bushel. 0 G 6 Mutton ... Maize.........0 G 0 Pork ...':" .. O Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal ......, 0 LAUNCESTON. ""' Wheat, bnsbel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb.,o Barley........ 0 5 0 Mutton..... Oats.......... 0 4 6 Pork;...:... ' Flour, lirsts .. 1 0 0 Veal..... 0 Seconds...... 16 0 0 Butter.,, ". Thirds........ 1- 0 Bread; 41 ... A 11'; AIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, fi;sts..l8'( Bran ..........0 1 4 Seconds.....0..20 Barley.... .'.'. 0 4 0 Beef,perlb....00 Oats.......... 7 0 Mutton ....,, .0 1 Maize ........ 0 6 0 Pork..........0 Potatoes, ton.. 10. 0 0 Butter ........01 i SY)DNEY. Fineflourl00lbs.£l 0 0 lBeef, perlb....( Oi Seconds .......017 0 Mutton........0 0 Thirds .........'.015 0 RIltt, inbond,..0 I Whbeat, perbushel 0 0 G Brandy........ 0 B Maize ..........0 1 0 Sugar, perton G 01 Barley ........

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Mar.;--The schooner ADELAIDE:, ?6 tons, Ilar burg, master, from South Australia. Passengers Mr. W. A. Gucason and 13 in the steerage. SAILED. Mar. 5-The schooner NAIAD, 101 tons, Mallolh, master, for Hobart Town. Passenger-one in the steerage. March .--The schooner AnctsAne, 00 tons, Hlarburg, master, for Hlobart Town. EXPOItTS. Cargo of the schooner NoAran, for Hlobart Town: 1?50 sheepl Claridge. I MPORTS. Cargo ofthe schooner ADEL.IDTD, from Adelaide. -- chests tea, 12 half chests ditto, 2 hahds. porter, 1 quarter cask brandy.

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser. "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1813. HIS HONOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

I'PO?tTLAND GUAi~DAIAN, And Normanby Genecral Advertiser. "TO PI'OTECT OUR RIGIITR-NOT TO IFRINGOUPOS THOSE OF OTIIiERS." SATURDAY, MARCH II. 1813. HIS HONOR'S VISIT. Hits Honor the Superintendent of Port Phillip, paid the Town of Portland a visit on Saturday last; and after a variety of hopes having been formed by the inhabi tants in reference to his coming for the last six months, and as frequently destroyed, they had at last the pleasure of knowing the district was not wholly neglected, and was not entirely forgotten by that officer. On seeing his Honor in Portland, it ahnlmost ap peared to us, for the first time, that the Town and District were connected with Port Phillip, and that the general civil officer, in charge of the Province, had also charge of the District of Portland. The time and attention of His Honor, we are sure,'at the present juncture of aflhirs, must be fully occupied, and unless some thing of a very extraord nary nature had occurred to demand his attendance, h...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

MAURITIUS. The arrival of the new Governor Sir WIr.ua.U Gotrt was daily expected, as by 11. MI. S. Isis, Captain Sir JolN MansHuALL, which is to relieve H. \M. S. Andromache on the station, intelligence had been received from the Cape of Good Hope, that His Ex CELLLNCY arrived at thd Cape on the 141th September, and intended to leave from Mauritius on the 2411h. A Committee of the principal merchants of the Mauritius had been chosen to draw up a report upon the commercial distress prevalent in the island, and its probable causes, to be placed in the hands of the GovERNOR on his arrival, in order that he may adopt a line ofpolicy chl culated to relieve the distress under which all classes appear to be suffering. The Press appears now to attribute these distresses to excessive importation of goods from the mother country and elsewhere, as much as to overtaxation. A gentleman named RoE.RT STvIN had been apointed Counsel at the Mauritius, from the city of Ilamburg. The papers are exceed...

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MERCURY THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

MERCURY TIIE GREAT. BUT for an intimation that is thrown out in a the last number of the Mercury, we had n cheerfully passed over the article headed s "The lying Guardian." The abusive Ian- f guage that flows with so much natural free- C dons through the columns of that paper, bespeaks the forte and peculiar "talent". of its amiable and "honorable" minded edi tor. ,When we are the objects of his abuse ourselves, we can bear it with the utmost coolness--it is what we look for; we counted I the cost before we began the work, and ere we dared tbiliffer from authority so profound, and from whom no one ever expressed a dis- c senting opinion, without having to submit t to the lash of his coarse expressions. But when innocent gentlemen are dragged C into his savage grasp,'inliis rage to injureus, to 'be'silent would be to prove ourselves all that he represeilts us to be. Blit we t beg most distinctly to state, and without the least equivocation to aver, that both the ar- c ticles alluded ...

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SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

SY \PATPIY. ( FR0M Till: rPOT IILLtIP G.IZEITTI:.) When sorrow tills a sister's eve, Shall ftiend:hip pass uuheed.d by ? Alh! no, she hears af"?ictiton s sogh And weeps the tear of symlpathy! Another's 'oe who would lot feel, Nor strive the wounded heart to heal ? Such holy taok be my efnd care, And other's weel my constant prayer ! But if bright jovs thy friend surround, Will ye unelvyling friends be found cl.! yes, her gar:et smile shall tind A smile respcnsive, true as kind! A::olher's bliss who would alloy, O)r who would dreg the cup of joy ' Afi.ction a proof shall ever be Thie smile, the tear of sympathy. Iar.,Y A ('oliingreod, Dec. 29, 1S.12.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

Til PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NOnIrMANiY G?s?:RO L ADVERTISER is p?tblstel'd er?.l/ Su trrday morning, and immediately focrmrded to every part of the province) and by the earliest .rtuitl to the follo., places :--Sydne, baut 'Town, Port ?lip, Launhceston, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealrnd, and Cape of Good Hope; and to Ihe Airr,'ithine, gtlaond, Ireland, and Scotland; the United S/et of America, France, India, ~ e. 'erms., f Sbscriptiodn are, credit 10s. per qarter, 'amts 8S.; the quarters ending 31st of harceh, '0/A June, 30th Septeiiber, and 31sl Der., in cureh year respectwvel?; to some one of /biih/i pernod all resignations must p.reviously refir. iYo regnation will.o beacceptedr'i?lrout payment of tbe current quarter and all arreanrs.. Per sons becomin9 subscribers after the conmrence ment of any quarter, will in that case on,'i bb chapried fromf the period they commern i m, ,i sari/inq. Each advertisemrent will be charged at the rate of 38: foI the fi:Vit nir lhies, and 'Id...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

MISCELLANEOUS. A doctor was employed by a poor man to attend 8 his wife, who was dangerously ill. The doctor gave I a hint that lie had some fears of not beitg paid. "I \' have five pounds," said the man to the doctor, "and 1 if you kill or cure, you shall have them." The wo- II man died in the doctor's hands, and after a reason- C able time he called for his five pounds. The man I asked tile doctor "if he killed his wife?" "No." "Did you cure ?" "No." "Then," said the man, "You have no legal demand." Thic CHASTENING IFLUENCE OF ILLxLSS. - There is something in the feeling of meekness whichl succeeds to long illness of the most delicious and re fined enjoyment. Thie spirit emerging as it were from thie thraldom of its grosser prison, rises high and triumphant above the oticner thoughts and petty ambition of daily life. Purer feelings,more enobling hopes succeed; and gleams of our childhood, mingling with our promises for the future, make up an ideal existence, in which the low passi...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. sil sea AccmonTr.-As considerable excitement has pu1 been produced by a report, which became pre- In valent through town on Friday last, that Mrs. S. G. lienty had received a serious ijury by a to fiall from her horse on her journey to the Plains, .we deem it our duty to state, for the satisfaction pi of her friends and enquirers generally, that, although suncli accident did occur, the lady be- * t Ing posesseedof great presence of riinid, escaped th almost unhurt.-Mercury/:, t Co.osALr. W.ALIo. '.-We. observe by a long pr list of the names of colonial whalers, and other tra particulars in a late Sydnel Herald, that the number of Whaling vessels connected with these colonies, and which are now at sea, nmount to nu not less than 2.4; and the gross amount of ton- the age employed in Colonial Whaling is 5,836. The sizes of the vessels vary from 134 tons bur- cli then, to 368 tons, the average of which tonage 80 is within a fraction of 242 tons. c BITr oE A SoAKE.--A...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. GREAT BRITAIN. REPORT OF THE COLONIAL LAND AND EMIGRATION COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

-FOREIGN I--TEL------ - GREAT BRITAIN. IEPIORT OF THIE COIONIAL LAND AND EMIGRATION COIMMISSIONERS. •Tslr. report of the commission above named, which is just printed, contains a great deal of s highly interesting matte', from which we e x tract the following passages; SALE OF LANs.}. "t Isas been often remarked, that the variations which at suecessive periods have been made by mere lv adminiistrative authority in the principle upon which the waste lands should be disposed of, have dtiscouraged the public front investing money in thec purchai:eof them. The committee of the houe c of commons, appointed to investigate the snbject in 1S3t, reported that the syvtam of sale had not yet been prodnetive of all the good which might he ex pected tot fow fromt it when brought into moreextend ed operation, and with the guarantee of an act of parliament. They, therefore, recommend that the prisiciple should lt affirmed by an act of the legis latttre, in order to give to it a character of perman...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

COLONIAL INTELLZGENCE. SYDNEY. VALUATION OF CITY PROPERTY. The Mayor laid before the council an account of the expenses incurred by the valuation of city property in several wards, which was in the Cook Ward, eleven days' pay to valu ators, £11; in Brisbane Ward, sixteen days' ditto, £16; in Macquarie Ward, twenty-nine days' ditto, £29: the accounts of the other wards were not prepared.-Mr. J. Jones en quired why it was that the expenses of Mac quarie Ward were so much greater than the others ? Mr. M?acdermott expressed his gladness that an opportunity had been afforded him, by the question of the last speaker, to inform the council of the reason of that difference, which was, that in Mac quarie Ward care had been taken to arrive at every item of information that could be of any use whatever to the council, which was arranged under no less than sixteen heads, and had been compiled with so much care that the valuators had found great difficulty, even in the above time, to complete th...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TIE Adelaide, of Hobart Town arrived here from Adelaide on Tuesday last, and brought e papers from that settlement up to tile 21st ult. The Province appears to be gradually te? improving, and the residents are nobly th struggling with their present difficulties. th A warn discussion is going forward in the G Adelaide paper world, on the expediency of te encouraging the British Government to ins- ne port into the Province certain youths, who hi are denominated " Parkhurst's Boys," G who have served the period of their imnpri sonment at home, and who have shown in dications ofamended practice. Thirty-eight dishonored bills, drawn by Governor Grey upon the Lords of the Trea sury, for outstanding debts on the Go vernor's arrival in the colony, have been re- s turned, with instructions to his Excellency fa to issue debentures for their amount, with .w five per cent. interest. ' The total amount of of the bills already returned is upwards of a1 £10,220 ; others are expect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

LET:Efl-PRES PRINTrIG or EvI:RY DI:Scriilotf, INCLUDING PA3arlLF.rS, CIRtCULAcS, OLtLL-I.\n`s, lAw Ilintls, IANiS-BII.s, CAIID4, &. &C., Excecuted with iientness and despateh, AT Tll: 0E2 MRAL P49NY]TD& 877705 GAWLCR- STREET; PUELISIIlaO OFi'ICC Or TilE AT T IIE o Undri nd arle purchasers, or will ad v?ane onri.i'ool, consigned to their 'riendl, lessrs. Bucldo ;l nd Co., London. IIl NTY BlOTSITItS. Julin-street,. Poata In.} August 10 8182. 1 J" On sale at the Stores of the 7ndersigncId, FLOUR, ftir, sclouds aid third, Oats Bran, pollard .. .. Window glass 8 10, 10 x 12, ..1 x 14 Paint, red, green; white and black Pint oils, turps 1 Sugar moist and refined Tea Coffeeo Soap, Hawes's Raisins, Muscatel and Cape Currants, figs, prunes, dates Preserved fruits, jams .,.. . Picklet, quart and pilit; (in cases) Sauces, llmustard Salt, fine and coarse, in e.sks, bags and baskets Iron pots aud camp ovens of sizes ltopes . Cheese, English and Dutch, rs;",'(1l b ,tier Vin...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

COMMWERCIAL & MA11INE NEWS. Loss or Trun "Baorn?en."-Bv the Sisters, from New Zealand, we regret to hear of the loss of the Cutter :Brothers, tile property of her cosmmander, Cdlptain Brtice, for man," ysears tr, ding between this port and New Zealand. It appears tht thie Brothers, was bound from Port Nelson to Akaroa, with several passengers, and a'cargo of oil, bone,, seals-skins, &c., and en countered a severe squall, which took the vessel aback, and she alaiost instairtaneously 'cipsisid and went down. Captain Bruce and the crew, with considerable difficulty, were saved; but three passengers, who were below,. nfortunately went down'with the vessel. All attenipts'to're cover the vessel have proved unsuccessfiul' S?yd'ey Morninq Hlerald. lProaT. T;rO W .aIn.cns.-1~e have beets favoured witlh the following extractfrotm thelog book of the Frolic, whaler :-"October29, 1812, A. Nt. tmoderat breezes and fine throughout; ill requisite.sail set all hands exployed breaking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 11 March 1843

FOR LONDON S T HIE fine fst-sailingcopper ed and copper-fastened schooner "Rtcusa MOUST, g blithen 200 tons, is n-ow ready to receive wool. " ior freight or passage apply to the captain on buard or to IIENTY IBROTHERS, p Julia-street, Jan. 2lth, 1813. 'Agents. ti To the Electors of the'Portland District. G ý ENTLEMEN-- Be cautious how you pro 1. mise your votes and interest. Ieware of non-resident candidates, who, to gain their im- i mediate end, have made the mon t specious pro fessint, andl stoop to the employtr.ent' bf mtr-' cenary auxilitries ! The'."ger:eraldeletiun v:ill take place is. June or July. 'A gentleman of the most liberal poli rical principles, and a staunch friend of this fertile District, will comneforward in a fewweeks ' to -slaim yeor suffrages. SResist the solicitations of the Melbourne can didates, tromw'.hom you canll expect nothing ! Scout the non-resident merchants,.woho would aspire to be your representative! I f you are forced to have a non-resident, give ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 March 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZEALAND. By the mail from Melbourne, per Sally Ann, we only received a single copy of the Nelson Examiner of the. 7th Jan., we there fore are indebted to the Port Phillip Gazclet; for'the chief portion of the following intelli gence from that colony. ] ALrTiovUor it does not appear in the papers, we un derstand that the labouring population are in great I distress and those who are sl the employment of the New Zealand Company were so much dissatisfied with the wages they were receiving, that they had agreed to send a memorial to Sir George Gipps, re- c questing him to send a vessel to fetch them to this colony. Of course his Excellency can pay no at tention to such a memorial ; but the mere fact of its being prepared, shows that there musthe a great amount of distress and dissatisfaction. We perceive that several persons of capital have lately arrived at ] Nelson, and it is probable that they may employ many of the labouring classes, and thus mitigate the ...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 March 1843

COLONIL CAREFUtLLY COPR.PECTED UP TO THE LT I PORT PIIILLIP. Iflour, first ..... 1 2 0 Bread, 41..,, 0 I Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes, e?x1 ation.......... 0 17 0 Beef lb.. " I Wheat, bushel. 0 G 6 M.utton Maize........0 6 0 Pork .... Bran, per 201b. 2 0 Veal ....0 LAUICESTO . Wheat, bushel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb.,,,o 1 Earley........0 5 0 Mutton... 0 Oats..........0 4 6 Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Veal.... Seconds......1 00 oI tter.... Thirds........14 0 0 Bread, 4b .... Barley........0 4 0 Beefper l...,, 0 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton .......0 1 Maize ........ 0 0 Pork...........0 I Potatoes, ton., 10 . 0 Butter ....... 0 ------·1111 --- SYDNEy. Fineflour 001bs.CI 00 Beef, perlb ..0 4i Seconds .........017 0 Mutton........0 0 Thirds.........015 0 Rum, inbond,,,0 II Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Brandy...,,,.0 i Maize ..........0 4 0 Sugar, perton2D'bt Barley ........ 0 3 6 Tea, per chest.. 0I Dats..... 0 4 3 Tobacco, inkbndl i 1Iai.'per ton ....6 6 0 Bread, 4lb. .0 1I HfOBART TOY. Bread, 41b ...0 ...

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