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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR POPULAR NOMENCLATURE IN NATURAL HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. I ; [ Tcoman matter, continued from ike Uhpoffe,') i.OOB POPULAR NOMENCLATURE IN NATURAL BISTORT. Sir,—I am gratified, except la, one point, with tbe letter of roar corteepondent" Oenl tfold,'' who partially entiolpetee what I *h «lmf ngat when I ventured to enggeet" Note* I and Queries" in your Journal, To ell who take an inteieat In the natural history of thia couo tr}% a reform in the popuTar nam OA be _ stowed on native animula and plants by 0Dr first aettlen la not merely a question of taste, tut one of importance to science. "Our 11 native hears " and " native turkeys " arc aa elegant and appropriate as our native "peats" and our "cherries," and only ex ceeded in absurdity by the application of old-world names to the alien fishes that swim our rivers and ont mas—the Hurray ood" and Terra "herrings," or the salmon," "mullet,"and " whiting" of the sea. That this is detrimental to Science in a popular view might be shown by many illustrations; two may suffioe. In ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAGGA WAGGA RACES. THE TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

WAOOA WAOOA EAGI58. th* jrmtiTio*, bw> ••• .■■ •<"ei; tf:?.c Jlr.FetBeUVbo lion, IylAm . Mr.Derlin's br eVoang Mormon, by Lion Mr.Jlerlin'e elid Melbourne, bylfcn ■ Mr.Devlin's Mk o Ml Black, by Dolo Mr, 3.7. Fennell m gr or to g Shamrock, by Obscurity Mr.Wallsce'p Mk g Charooal, by . Blade PllBKUd ■ Mr. Wallace's to f Albuiy, by Obscurity. . TH* WAOOA WWOl TOSTX FLiTI, Of 360 aovs, with • sweep of 10 socs. each . added, for all horses, to be handicapped by the itewards or whom (bey may appoint One event, twice round the course. Second bone to. reocive 80 nova from the price. Entrance, £10. . at lb. Mr. Reach its blk g O K, 6 yn ... 9 4 Mr. Boacb na b m Annie teurie (late Seartataee), aged ,... 9 0 Mr. Be Realty's br g Forrester, aged... 9 0 Mr. S. G. Bowler's brm Sweetlipa, 6 yn 9 0 Mr. E.C. Kennedy's brm Scandal, 6 yrs 9 0 Mr. H. Bowler's cb g Sunbeam, 4 yn S 7 Mr. H. Bowler'sb gPrincess, 4 yn ... 8 4 Mr. W. Kennedy's cb g Waverley, 4 yn 8 4 Mr. Warby'e br g Kerosene...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TtTRF, Continuing 'our extracts from the records and (he gossip Current from week to week during the lost aporting month, of which we h&Te English advices by tlie mail, it may be remarked that one of the moat exciting bits of | Turf Thlk haa regard to.a proposed match between Blair Atliol and General Peek " During tlie Lewes Heeding," says the Field of August 13, "a propoaition waa made through a nobleman, oonnected with Mr. 1'Anaou'a atablea, to ran Blair Athol against General Peel, three matches, for a thousand each ; one orcr the T.Y.C., the second A.P., and the third T.M.M., at Newmarket; at such a time ai might be agreed upon. The hon. Admiral Sous, to whom the offer waa communioated, agreed to write to Lord Glas gow on the subject ; and it was hoped the challenge will be accepted, from the interest the contests would create in racing rireles." Mr. Merry's great favourite, Scottish Chief, that was to have won the Derby, was struck I out of the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

PROVINCIAL TURF. Baelaeat Coubee.—On Saturday afternoon, a match for £25 a-aide came off on the Ballarat ooune, between Mr. T. Oddie's Surprise and Mr. O'fTielTs Harry G rattan. The weather being very unfavourable, the attendanoe ni limited. A good stay was effected. Orattan led for about 300 yards, when be was oollaied by Surprise, who kept company with him for I a short distance, and then gradually passed ahead, winning by about two lengths. The distance was about a mile and a half. Then was but little betting on the race, bat Surprise was tire favourite.—Star. Beichwobth Couekb.—The following gen tlemen hare been gazetted a committee of \ management of the Beecbworth racecourse:— J. J. B. Bowman, J. D. Fisher, H. A. Craw* ford, W. L. Zincke, B. H. Murton, and O. Gammon. Bus Trsp Cttm.—The annual general meeting of the Sale Turf Club took place in the club room at the Boyal Exchange Hotel, on Wednesday evening. The ho norary secretary and treasurer, Mr. W. Pearson, made his financ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. SKIRMISH WITH THE MAORIES. CAPTURE OF TWO PAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE WAR m", NEW ZEALAND. SKIRMISH WITH THE MA0RIE8. CAPTURE OP TWO PAS. The following telegraphic communica tion wsb received, vi& Sydney, yester day :— SYDNEY. Wxdsmdat. TA&ANA.KI, Oct. & Intelligence waa rooeived yesterday that the Puketapu section of natives (Tamib ana's) woe desirous of making peace; that William King's people, the Ngmtiawa, had removed to the other side of Waiters; and that there would be no difficulty in fairing possession of Manutahi and Mataifawa. Accordingly this morning, 200 men of the 70th Regiment^ under Major Ryan, and two field guns, in charge of Captain Martin, with Captain Good's end Captain Jones's companies of Forest Rangers, 100 strong, started northwards. At Mahoefahi they were joined by lfiOmoreof the70th. The whole force was under the command of Colonel Warre, who was attended by Staff Colonel Lepper and Mr. Paeris. The force halted a short time at Sentry-hill, while a messenger went on to Manutahi. Shortly afterwards, C...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

new Zealand tcep. The following entries lure been received for the Obunpion Baoe, to be run at Canterbnry, New Zealand, on Tuesday, the 17th January next, the tenni and conditions of which are as follows:— THE CAHTBBBTBT CHAMPION RACE, A 'sweepstakes of 60 sovs. each, 25 ft, with 1,000 sots, added. Second horse to receive 100 sots, from the above, and the third to save bis stake. Distance, three miles. ■Weight forage—3 jre, 7st. 71b.; 4 yrs, 9st. 31b.; 5 jrs, 9st. lUb.; 6 yrs and aged, lost. no.; m. ana g. allowed Bib. Mr. Town's b h Tsrragon, aged, by New Warrior—Lydia. Mr. Lance's cb m ladybird, 6 yn, by D JBarbiere—Moth. ^ Mr. lance's ch g Golden Clond, 5 jts, by Towion—Emma. Mr. M'Kenzie's ch c Sir Tatton, 4 yrs, by "Daniel O'Bourke,dam by Sleight-of-hand. Mr. lance's b f Una, 3 yrs, by St. Aubyn— Mire Bowc. Mr. lance's eh f Miss lee, 3 yn, by Towion— Woodlark. Mr. Noble's bl m Nourmahal, 5 yn, by H Barbiere. Mr. Hatfield's br c Elswick, 4 yn, by Dr. OToole—Fraulein. Mr. Hatfiel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Australasian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

COMMERCIAL. Tht Atatnl—im Offioe, 8«tatd«r Eraalng. Btolnon in the Import market thli morn ing WM merited by far faqneenHnerworthy of Bote. Floor to ollghtly firmer, £H 10*. being the price eoked for beet Adelaide bmndo. Balk olce far* changed handaatfuU dvU rataa, end thooH fin* weather eet in, the pro bability fa that they will experience * ipeedy advance, the abipmento reported being United. llMtallb tnidk* lit Inquired lor, Mid v* hare heard of to 4|d. Maiofmd rnSnta and related. No thlpnenb from Bordeaax eretlU month odrtoed. In keroraoe lurtber opmtloM ore reported. The Ooeen Borer, rtnellae exp<cted, uitrtd to-day vrlth J,SOD cues, twQtbirdi of which ew sold to »i (ire m month eft Only 600 tootw of Oriental aw lor tale In the head* of the int. potter. AnOffer far thleof fit. fid. oath, leu i'lptr cent , has been mode end declined, the bolder mkhegdo. far the poroeL Fira han dled turn Ooaaeoa', to antre ex KcCelngtoa. Lav* changed hndi at fir. fid-. ondiMOcaeea otgi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

; ] INrttROOLONWt pp«ltBBOlifc r ;„y'. iNm.u<utNc®. jtbMMUu. Ihnmlna I Enaiana or uu rmeitoi ua AUfun wool artta.aod wbfcb ihawad p iImBm ( 14. per lb. <m S/dner *ooto, fodmadbejaie lo1» mmwtmnMona In (Mr Hddinp; b^tVowttemloU'^wltMnaeTi, tbejAim Marei-m* Mnr «4tul totbow MM' tort wartt.- In mi* lintonm tin Mount Abno. dmrn dtp—• Mine dli p«f lb. mi aabtninad to. bet thto portion of tha allp waa not cob mm to gooi at tbt toraor, wblch broogbt *11 Ito anon *1 prmant raluv auHt to atdirad ae poa&nbr loww, baeaaaa torn* lota brourfht full priOM, tot, haul the oatalomm are rooatrad, K to UnpomlMa to taw abplar tin wooto laid bam* broopht a auffietoat pfodt to tojiaija l&duoa (ban ioopamtaat Uto ntaa. CM bateaof wool Iran oat*. lop-oad to-dap, and all aaU but flty-aaran. Tbg fol loirlbcw*»U>artrtdlof thamtoi: Mania Moat and Co. caudocuad 106 babaof wool, and aold 1(1. The prlnetpaliot* arara—It Mm flame} KK, to *|d.; U Mel HW, la 16.: 8 balm, it. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Meier*. Oralg and Moray offered at their rooms the cargo, ex Stag, from Java, and eoW £900 bags Java ragar as foBewtRations, at £00 to £9010*. per ton ; yellow counters, at £86 Ma to £87 We. per ton; white oounten, £8810a to £80 per ton; Java coffee, duly paid, I0M> per lb.; nutmegs, la 4d. to u. 6d. per lb.; the Java rioe wee withdrawn. They eleo sold 1,200 boxes candles, foreign rail weights, 8Jd. per lb.; foreign foil-weights, all fruits, 7jd. to Bid. per lb. net i cub. Abo, Victorian flour, £81 to £216a per ton ; Termanlan oats, 2a 9d. to St. id. per boehel; Irish oatmeal, £18 to £18 6a perton; Chinese preserved ginger, 18a per am; dried apples, 4|d. per lb,; Llrerpool fine salt, 70a per ton; and about 100 cases provitioni, at fair ratea Uesera Fnuer and Co. hehf a mle of tobaccos at Degrsvee's, Zander'^and Cole's Bonds, and sold 837 packages, at the following prioesBarrett's twist, all faults, la. fld.; other brands, sound, Sl 4d.; half, pounds, from Is...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

COUNTRY MARKETS. " BxLLaa&t, Saturday Evening.—Tbe unfavourable weather ttiU tec da to keep back purchaser* from tbe country, ami business has in consequence been below tbe expectations indulged In, with little prospect of Improvement until a permanent change takes place. Onkn have been ttrktly confined within tbe limits of I Immediate requlreateote, especially la those parts of the district suffering moat from tbe bad state of the , roads, which in many places are in tbe same con dltlon as they would be in the depth of * Inter. A 1 large quantity of wool has passed through town con signed to Melbourne booses, about 800 or 1,000 bates being forvwded by Messrs. Holmes, White, and to. alone, who are also despatching large quantities of station stores. The ommeruial news received by tbe mall denotes that a talling-off has taken place in exports to these colonies, to that increased firmness on tbe part of holders may be anticipated, though tbe large supplies on hand will probabl...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

SATES OP ENTRIES, -fat, JOB COMING EVENTS. 28 (Tneadajr). Entricefor Melbourne Spring Meeting. STotmbi*. 1 (Tnradej). Kominations for Adelaide Onp. 1 (Tgirin). Seoond payments for Smrthaa dale Handicap. 8 (Hiaraday). Second payment for Portland St, Leger and Handicap. 8 (Tueeday). KomiriaUonaiorBallaratHandi eap. 8 (Tueeday). Acoeptanoea for Wagga Wagga Town Elate. 14 (Monday). Entries for OeaUemnine Baoea. 21. (Mnl.'IitiMfoSdhntBiM.. Dkbtool 1 (Tbutadaj). Ntmrinatfoarafor IaumceatoD ftiiTttpiw 12 (Monday)/Hopiinationa for Waagaratta' Handicap and St. Leger. ' Junrux. ■ 2 (Hondas). Farther paymenta forfftnga tatta Surca* Btatea. 10 (Zbeadar). Aaeeptaaat* for Wangaratta Handicap and St. Leger. Fnstramr. 1 (Wedneaday). Seoond payment* for Ade-, bids 0^. '

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACES TO COME. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

TJ AITKH TO COMB. 8,4, B—Melbourne Spring Bacea. '16,16—Outlemaine Bacea. 28—Newetead Bacea. 23,24,26—Wagga Wagga Bacca. 24,26—St Arnaud Bacea. 27,28—Bamawatha Bacea. 30, December 1,1—Ballarat Baeea. Dsosmm. 8, 9—Srojtheadale, Biwna, and Cnrogham Baeea. ' 14,16—Beodigo Baeea. 21, 22—Hamilton Bacea. 29, SO—Branxholme Bacca. IjUiViH. ' 6, fr—Portland Bacea 17,18,19—Canterbury Champion Meeting, K.2. 24, 26—Wangaratt* Baoea. Txsavizr. 9,10—Chiltern Baeea. 28,24—Creawick Baoea. 28,24,26—Beedbvoith Bacea. Manrn. • . 16,17,18—Albcrj Bacea.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF LITIGATION AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

TUBF LITIGATION AGAIN. . * fEverything depends," said Talley rand, "uponthe point, of. view,;", tod undoubtedly the subject of these remarks '—Turf litigation^-auumestnany chang ing aspects el seen from the headlands of direra interests. None will dispute the simple proposition that tothe stewtrds of a race meeting, as to the jury in is libel c«so, it should he left to decide both the law and ihe fact From their decision there should be no appeal, -except to pnblie opinion when it is supposed that a mistake has been made, or a wrong has been done. Yet, at'the same time, it must be admitted that thiB general role rests upon the assumption that stewards will always decide according to the' laws .of taring, and not otherwise; it pre sumes that stewards are not only honour able men, but competent judges. On the . part of stewards, it may be urged' that gentlemen who take upon themselves irksome and sometimes thank leap, duties, involving more or less re sponsibility, onght to be protect...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE TUBF EXCHANGE. UmrfTAXS OI THJ ODD*. There fau been eondtaiMe animation in the eportinff world. of Melbourne daring the U»t fnr dnye, nlUiongh traii, MMhubee& eeweely eo briik m nenal within three :ereeke or thedeomontof on event which hu been before the poblie for month*. Muiidore, whoee poeition u premier .in the betting on the , Cop, .war eomeehnt adrerielr nffitw by an an* nonncement that «u would be eold.by auction before the day, hoi einoe re covered, end the higheet offer liwtait bet nowi* 100 to'lfi. The Boee of Deunurlc hu il«o *dv«ioed in popular foronr, end ell the good money in the market at tone to one luring been eeenred, the book maker* are only oflbringlOO to IS ijpdnet the filly. ^Tbe natural conacqaenpe of the i&eraamdeonildeoMgivea to theee pranineat favooritea ban fceacto slacken the tnp)M^ fonaerly rendered to the two tht^Tee^A^FreeetoneandBoeborifc,' tt %2l'aa Maluiik uuirUb At mu* ton of Banrao, jlaakor, andFaioon,; not nwrethan 18 &amp...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OBSEBVER" ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

"OBSEBVEB" OK THE MEL BOITENE CITP. Although the tune has not yet arrived for Titrf aeerp to don the mantle of pro. phrty, yet, as touting hu fairly com. meseed ito Mason, *11 old servant of the public in forecasting the future may without apology introduce himself thui early into your oolumra, (hinging with him a few preliminary note* upon what ie expected to be the great raoe of the Metropolitan Spring Meeting—the Mel bourne Cup, with He thirty-one eooept ancee, at follow*:— lfonatti,it** ,.«U Barmn, 6 y*. ■ .. # e Fdna *t« .. « 0 Maitaaljn .. e * BKtin. .. 8 11 OMfiniMin .. 8 J Bwilur, 4 m. ...87 Boe at Daman*, < jn. " ,t .. 8 * Batm.tjn,: ruet,4m.. „Ii I® X8W»^«l>( SeenniULCna 7 8 Oedri&kni ;. T 8 FUai will, 6y».. . -7 o BnWua.ayn. ;; e 10 AMMcnaern. ..010 L*aMro.i)u. I llomwMtlln.. 0 I »*.»»«.. i n uumr, Im ' ..Co Btimlirtfta. 8 nt 8 Jt UminiLim ..an OvmMtM,lVn... an 3mttte.sg Of the rest, it may be that the majority are at picapht " intended" foy the raoe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRAINING STABLES IN THE SPRING. No. IV. PRIVATE TRAINING STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE TEAINING STABLES IN THE SPUING. No. IV. PBIVATE TfiAtKtKO STABLES. Here are eome men who think race horses the best company in the world, and there eTe others who fancy that their esta blishmentisneve? complete without "a bit of blood" in the stable. Well, all this is very harmless within proper limits, and many a man think* and deserves better of hiskind, through the cheering influence of a little amusement and honest sport. One of this sort is W. Treacey, or the farriery, which he haskept for many years, in Little Lonsdale-strect; and in some one or more of the capital looso boxes attached thereto, Treacey has from time to time had for his own fancy, rather than with a view to profit, his own good pick of the cast-offs from one of his old patrons, and less often, something better. Not but what Treacey has earned in his time great glory on the Melbourne Turf. What lauaalor temporu acti will ever oease to triumph in the recollection of Treacey's doable victory on Mr. Raw don Gre...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EASTERN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE EASTERN MARKETS. The Bombay Gazette or 8th September boye.*— " Hooey has remained more easy than had been generally anticipated, and the bank return* coo brought considerable rapplies of bullion ; and M ftir ; tbarlarge remittances are looked (or for some time to eome, the feaie of aware monetary pressure I similar to that of last year are now pretty well dia I pelted. Government Securities in the eariy part of | the fortnight were almost without change, but tit I terlj an improvement has taken place in Fives and I Five* and a Bait conaequ«t upon an advance in 1 prices at Calcutta and the continued eaae in our money market. Shares have been very animated, and the 1 prices of all the new banks are well supported; holders are firm, and speculation is brisk. The shares of the older banks have been steady, with an improve 1 meat in same instances, especially Bank of Bombay, abiib have advanced SO to 26 per cent." Oar BtUiito ad vices by the mail extend to the Slfit August—eight dajn...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MNDON W00[r84LKS. Messrs. WUUm, Orertaiy. *sd Oon under date Aogust 26, lane the following circular on the lent series of colonial wool sales " Hie July-August tales of colonial wool sales oom metccd on the Slit nit, and'will close on the 8Lst Inst The arrival* were declared at 160,482 bales, but about 6,000 bales of these -bad been forwards) direct to the manufacturing districts. Tbe quantities already disposed of are ae follows;—How South Wales and Queensland,26,183bales; Victoria. 42,099 bales; Tasmania, 11.484 bales; South Australia, 8,104 bales; New Zealand, SO,218 balee; Oape of Good Hope— Eastern Province, 10,819 bales; Western Province, l.Oitbdn—ll,8»i l*k«. ToU]J 120,780 "Tbe sales now approaching conclusion afford marked evidence of the increasing munltude and im portance of tbe colonial wool trade. ^Tsn years ago, tbe entire importation from Australasia exceeded by only a few thousand bales tbe arrivals for the present series; but consumption has fully kept psoe with the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—OCT. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. AEWVtO.-Ocr. 14. Albtae, m., BOO tout, Join H'UdJiii, from DoMdln Btfa but, ilk Bluff Barbonr 0th tout. Pm wagwi —toon : <hptedn Kttf, (hptain tftafeMl; Item M r>t%w»)il. Tbwpt, CterW, J. 0. Wtlker, M'Oullan. ^SunptoD, J. -Draper, ^C^Tounz, C. Fcq. wtck f ud US la theitoenf*. t. XOMhlu, I^snt. Amloia, bvqna,MS -test, fl- Ntogbu. from BiUarl. 80th Amu*. Pimngt-i iJitn: Ifrv te.ngtm XHbbo, Tbortir, mai Oo, afratL ■ ngn— amnmm Ainnivi bhu w.< agm*. BoyaJ Shepherd, •.•..from Port AlbertUtb int. Passengers—cabin s Sir. Dougia*; and ibfia the steer *5* m, s. Patrick, from Port Albert 18th laA r>mingTini nibln; Mr. Burbintn; end twelve In the rteerage. <340, Fowler, and Oo., agents. Oo*. 16. BllirtrU, *hlp, 642 tone, Willlun Purr as, from Lettfa 16th done. P—eugun nahtoMr. end Mrs. Wood end AulJr(flve), Mr*. Pj*e, KUsM.Fy(h,*nd Mr. David Wood. Miller end Johnston, agenta. Abbey, schooner, 60 tone, J. Crockett, from'New. osetle,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW AMERICAN TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE NEW AMERICAN TARIFF. The following inetrootloM relative to the t*e«r tariff have been lamed by the Collector of New York, showing the averagednty to be oalcnlated for depoelt on the following articlte:— Qpttace—ntiUceriiod, Mwwhert, coloured, printed, *YW*f* " per aeut. MmowiAirteg War^ J , *raivfced drew good* Book -ciottw, ccoept Bte&tuew Qnllttage.., ., .. ,. .. .. .. <6 Oerprtinge fjeU.relToMaediJUoft, Aubmeoo,^ 71 Do., lieain .. *1 crows DtXtlUOwae .. Betrani|t and doormat* of iro&l Drugget tod bookings DfakJUGStS FUwiaU Film ~ ' 1—wnoUpa .. » \Wni4 and eoMon doth,. Ua;apiawra]da, ooatos undat BSc. parutun , , y«A*^d.Hnl«uilitr-" ——-t— JX&, wMiag orw BOo. jw a»u»ta ywd ,, «S BOto-»)\ ' DO Bo*pa ftporor Viitot ■■ ... to B&kTalwta, owMuttndar SdaL Mraaiuiend, <J j*edlbma«ndiw«)b«<ta*«aia«aaw AO Cinit^ (xatint Oram Hoi to Mai par 1,000 .. US juVt Batisg pTwMiil. and noionr ISdoL par ^ ^VtoWli|it*«rISikpw VM * v.i...

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