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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AND TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

-VAN DIEM EN'S LAND AND . TRANSPORTATION. (From' the Colonial Magazine, .June, .1861.) ? Daring the past month, the case of Van Diethen's Land has been' discussed in both Houses of Parliament. In the Lords, the subject was introduced by Lord Lytjleton, on presenting petitions agsinst transDorla tion from the free settlers ; when the noble lord clearly demonstrated 'the breach of faith' inopu'edto the present government.' A long speech was made by Earl Grey; purporting to be in rep'y to Lord LyUleton* but reply it was none. It rather defended the ' rightrTof this Government-to do' whal it liked with- colonies originally planted with convicts ; ?. eyery'circurast?.nce in the: history ' of /sucK Cpionies' , being lost, sight of, save that one iricjSent of their penal origin. iAnd( ' it favoured their assembled lordships with some triie reflections on Secondary' punish-' ment and perial: discipline. In 'the Qorri-i1 mons, Sir ' William ' Moleswbrth brought' forward a specific motion for...

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To the Editor of the "Bathurst free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

''''''''%% ''t^E^^^^i^attvu^ '??$!**? Press -? :-\ ,- .' ' !.! '.,'. -*n$l ^^w^H'^1''^. ' ? '??? $ * : Siri,~ I( fventure^to .aplicit the favor of your . causiug, tfeie. Accompanying /letter to appear in your ..paper, the , f/.Bathurfit Free Press.' - ? It is a free copy of- a. similar letter ad dressed to the Edd. of the: ' Herald/ but I . ? iiohov.ejno.opportunily.of-finding: whether, they 'H'iijnay^have published it or -not, and even if :''!~^b;eV *nfey,/i. am yet desirous of itB being, ^ ? ' ? / li?f ^^?y t ^.*^e^r3^i?1' ^ l ?s^ » fear in g1. % tp ^ t- e .inisun derstood I on a vital and important point. i «;i-:*r-'}£:-'you think fit to allow tit to appear in ;iyour. columns ;I- shall 'esteem it as a;particu-, ' : ''jfe.^Dligaiiqn. ; .''', . ' ! 'V. ; ?'''''. '? ?:!.;?:?':?. ..?: ? * Bn0» Sir, . ,.,. 'Yours. ;very, obediently,; ?'..'. ;;; ; -^. ; P.:^ILSHIRE, Tuiro'n River, (Bin OcViSoi. . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

VALUABLE FURIJ2TUEa. ? :?: MR. ASr}E- . Has.hen favoured with instructions from; , J. H. HOOD, ESQ., op BOREE CABONNE, ; To submit to Compjetition, at his Residence, prior to his removal to the metropolis. On Monday, the 20th October, i AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK PUNCTUALLY.. ALL his valuable Household Furniture, com* ' prising Handsome Telescope, Loo, and other Tables. Piano Forte, by Tomkinson, (a splendid instrument, the original cost cf whicli was One Hun .'red .arid Fifty Guineas,) Carpets, Chairs, Sideboard, Coach, Iron Bedsteads, . Hair ,. Mat- trasses, Wash Stands and furniture, Kitchen Utensils, Breakfast and Dinner Sets, residue of 'Stores, &c, &c : ; ?..;??. ; .. ALSO,-' /???: ?.? -? ?:?/ \ A number, of Horses, and about 50 head of quiet ? Cattle. ' ' ' ' .'''?' ' ? ? ''? ? , ? .? ?-'?'.?.V:: ~ TERMS:— CASH. ,';,?['] K. K. Curtis, ' ; ' ! WATCHJaAKER,' JEWELLEB, &O. ,: . BEGS respectfully to ipform the inhabitants i of ' Bathurst and its. vicinity, that he ...

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TO THE SCOTCH AND NORTH OF IRELAND PRESBYTERIANS, AND TO PROTESTANTS GENERALLY, AT THE GOLD MINES OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

TO THE SCOTCH AND NORTH OP IRELAND ?' 'PRESBYTERIANS,* AND TO -' HROTES -i TANTS -GEN fell A LLY, AT ' THE '.GOLD ?:= MINES &EV AUSTRALIAN 'v;- ' :; ' F.RtLOW CbtJNTilTMBN ANT) ChRIS TIAN FrIENDSj , . T-The. Allwisei and .Beneficent Creator has been j)lease«l, :in,: hisgooil providence.' to disclosn to the inhabitants of this Colony, and. through them to ?he whole '.'civilized world, tlie existence of an ex tensive auriferousjregion, or Gold field, iti this pqr ' tion of our- Western interior ; and as miglitnatu ? rally be .expected, daily, increasing multitudes of persons of all classes have, been uttracted to the '.', spot. Now, as'God does nothing in vain, hut has uniformly high and holy ends in 'all his works and » ways; wo are boundto conclude that the gold which '.-:.; 1wB;:thus been: mixed 'up in. such large; quantities ., : jwith U'ie, {sqH q f, our land, had been ;so, plactd that' ?jt(might*be Searched for, and turned tqaceount for 1 the purposes of 'man. We cannot'...

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ALGERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

:. \\^Z ... I V. ALGERIA, -' ? ,W : ? . : The MonUeur Algerien of the 15th June contains the following r— r*' We atop' the press to announce the re ceipt'of favorable news received by the mail from7' the East. General St. Arnaud, in spite of the bad weather and the great diffi culties of the ground, had beaten in several engagements the contingents of the tribes to the west of Djidjelli, who endeavoured to resist bib. All the circle of Djidjelli to the west,1' and even Beveial tribes have made their submission. The losses of the French column are confined to a few men wounded. General Camon; after inflicting some chas tisement on some tribes on his route, had just1 arrived among the Beni-Mimoum, at 10' kilometres from Bugia. The garrison of that place' had marched to join the co lumn. General Camon. with that reinforce-! xhent, will march to the east of the Beni Slirnan, where the proximity of General St. Arnaud will facilitate his action. General Camon has also received numerous su...

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THE REVEREND DR. LANG IN BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

THE REVEREND DR. LANG IN B ATHUR3T. The report of tlie Rev. Dr. Lang's arrival in Bathurst on Monday last having been: circulated amongst the townspeople, a few of his friends deemed it advisable to convene a public meeting in order : to afford him an opportunity of expressing his sentiments upon the bearings of the Gold Disco very upon the future prospects of this .colony. As being the only eligible and available place of rneet -ingi Mrs. Black's large room was engaged for the purpose, in which, on Wednesday night about a hundred people, consisting principally of respecta ble residents assembled, amongst whom we observed two of our magistrates and a minister of religion. -About 8 o'clock Dr. Lang, accompanied by several gentlemen, made his appearance in the room, and took his . seat at the table. The subject to which it 'was expected the reverend gentleman would ad dress himself bfing of first-rate importance to the people of this district particularly, the audience were prepared f...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

-M§^ :. --?.IRELAND.--- ? ? ? ? ? ? - ^Bright days seem to be in store for Ire land. The Midland Great Western Railway ' Company were making strenuous efforts to complete, the works, on their line to Gal way. . The^rajls had. been laid down on the whole jine^witbthe exception of a few miles, and . there, 'was no doubt but- that, they would have the line ready for traffic in a few weeks. In the West of Ireland the most confident hopes* were entertained that an American steamer would: shortly appear in the Bay of Galway, to test the advantages of that port for jnail communication between America -and Europe. These -sanguine expectations were by.no means unfounded. The Free man stated that letters had been received in Dublin, announcing that the North Ameri ca, a -United States steamer of great power and, marvellous speed, had been chartered to: start on the 17th of ;June from New York for^Galway, with passengers, tind that she might he. expected to appear off the west coa?t; of Irelan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

? MoRETO.v BAT.-^-It is the .general impres sion in the political circles that the next vessel frorri Eoglarid bring'iqg later news tharithat which wa are now in possession of, will: apprize us of the publication of an Or der in; epuncilcoristituting Moreton Bay a separate; colony; This will be tlie prep^a tory step-to tKe'edoption of Earl Grey*s scheme;' t6 form a penat settJemeat on the' northern coast. As the putting ia force this Order in Council will probably depend on a colonial proclamation, we hope the people here will be on the alert to prevent the issue of such a docucaent, should the Government be inclined to. follow out the strict letter* of the Home injunctions. Pe- ' titionsto his Exosellencyshouli be adopted, and strong remonstrances made.-- -Morelori Bay.Paper: y - ' Census Returns— The following is a copy of par|. of the schedule given to aa enumsrator 'ia Kidderminster : 1 William Moor, King of the Castls, or head of the family, widower, 50. respectable labourer, a...

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SUMMED FEEDING. To the Editor of the Adelaide Observer. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

?\ ; SQMMEtl' FEEDING^ 1 '.:'' -'-:7b the Editor of the Adelaide Observer:. . ' Sir,— One of the first questions j asked by.; 'those, newly, arrived ia the colony, when ? they see the ^parched arid barren state of oiir plains through the exceesive drought of,; our langtheoed summer, when hundreds of - cattle are '.dying .'in every direction from ex haustion and scarcity of food,, is-— Why do not farmer's 'cultivate summer crops for their stcck? '.??'? .''.' ''...' '; ,' . ' ?','.'.'- ',:\-'_ \ Toe question may, be generally answered, by the simple word ' iriexparience ;' or the, ' want of leaaure,'- perhaps'^ ....may . .be ad-, 'due'eti. ' The ?extraordinary; fert ilit'y of the soil in. this Qonntry ii'.the^chief cause with; our: land or iriukula: good fannera careless^of! . th^bse'bene fits Whiclv rn^y^ifisejffofn ;a little^ ext.ra trouble and forethought ; arid ! on the other haritl,* many enter, iritd the fanning line here vyhb,.neye-''had..thc..me.dn3'of doing, so ih Britain, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

? ': : .: ?-S-O1li:»;.::' GOLD purchased by the undersigned in any quantity, :for CASH. BYRNES, WISE, AND CO., Durham-street, Bathurst. .;,,.,.,;-,:;-.' ' COld. ? - ? ;' mHE undersigned are CASH PURCHASERS of JL QOL'Da,t\Bathurst,Ophir, and, Sidney. ? ,',.'. ' ,', .... . L. & S. SAMUEL: Australian Gold. mHE undesigned is a CASH PURCHASER of X : GOLD 'to any amount. WILLIA.M CUMMINQS.'. ' Clear Creek, June 26th, 1851. : gold. fFHE undersigned are PURCHASERS, of GOliD, A DUST 'in any quantity. THACKER & CO. 541, George-street, Sydney.1 BATilUEST GOZ.D. THE undersigned is a Purchaser of BATHURST, : GOLD,- in any quantities. . . . '. ., EDWARD SALAMON; 446, George-street* Sydney. Gold I Gold 1 1 rTIHE I undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER' of X'f!1C?OLD, both at OrangjB and at Ophir. JOHN PEIStEY; '? C6a-ch'& Horses Inn, ' ' ~' Orange. }/. Gold. Gold. Gold. Q. P. DUNSFOKD, TSaCASH PURCHASER of BATHURST' GOLD X 'many quantities. ; ' - '?--' ? ' ' William-street. A lar...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE REAL HISTORY OF JEANIE DEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

. Miscellaneous JExtracts. (1 'THE REAL HISTORY OF JEA^iii. ?. ?:-.- -DEAN; ;??'.:? :.;f::;- ??:-' ./,;.~ It is no longer dpolited or denied,: that ; . Helen Walker, of the parish of Irongray, in \ the .neighbourhood of Dumfries/was the prototype of the heroine who, under the fictitious name of Jeanie Deans, figureB so ' conspicuously in the 'Heart of Midlothian.'. Her history/ however humble, was, in Bome ' ~re?pects eventful, nnd when stripped of all ? .adventitious ornament, may be given very. ? brieflly; though few readers require lobe ' informed now how it has been expanded, ' by the fertile genius of Sir Walter Scott. From whence her parents came, is not known ; but it is generally believed, that they were what are called ' incomers ' into the pariah of Irongray, and were in no way connected with the Walkers of Clouden, a race alike distinguished for respectability .and longevity, and who have flourished, time out of mind, upon' the fertile and plea sant banks of Cairn. Her fa...

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Colonial Reins. THE BALLARAT DIGGINGS. Buninyong, Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

Colonial jHlefos. . THE BALLARAT DIGGINGS. .? CJ?rom a Correspondent of the Geelong Adver tiser, j ? Biininyong, Thursday morning. * Seventy-three tents and huts are erected on the Buninyong Gully, besides a distinct encampment at and beyond the Black Hill, and many scattered parties up and down the course of the Leigh and its tributaries. Th'e gold field is extending hoqrly , and daily experiments tend to prove that its extent is all but illimitable. I should compute the numbers at Ballarat at upwards of t;vo hun dred, and a hundred more scattered in, neighbouring localities. The yield during the last few days has been below the last quotations, but is .still ?'. remunerative ;and cheering.- I am riot prepared to give exact quantities, but many are getting 'an' ounce' a day, others three-quarters,' and some few a great deal more than either quantity spe cified, of which I shall furnish exact par- ', ticulars after next -weighing day. Many of the new comers ar,e experimenting with ?...

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Sydney. OPENING OF THE EXCHANGE ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

? ?. OPENING OF THE EXCHANGE , ROOMS. ? (From the S. M. Herald.) .If -having been intimated that the room .--?fitted up for a. Temporary Exchange would be opened yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, . a number of gentlemen comprising repre sentatives, of most of our mercantile and e trading firms met at the hour. A few raia utes after ten, '? 'Mri Lamb, M.L Cij Tfraa called to the ? chair, when he said he had been requested ? by the Committee- to address a few words to the meeting, on the occasion of the opening . of the room?, for the purpose of explaining ? the circumstances under which the Tempo rary Rooms bad been engaged. A consid erable number of persons had subscribed . some time ago, for the purpose of erecting an exchange in a central part of the. city ; and a most eligible site had been very hand . Bomely granted by the Government for the ? purpose, viz., the piece of ground on which ? the obelisk now stands in Macquarie-place; , the sum subscribed now amounts to ^62000, but i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. t .We have received complete files of Caps Town' and1 Graham's Town papers to the Sth of. July. The few Aug!u?L papers re ceived by the Rojah of Stt'raw;ak were de ficient in news froth the 'frontier. Our spa«« to-day is so .much occupied, that w* must 'defer uniil 'tb-^morrbw » full summary of .news|fr!orn. tjbe' sVal of war. By^ the last frontier ,'i-bst' .intelligence had been received of a se ver -r p g Hi ' be JtWee ri ? Ge.he ra 1 S Viri er Bet's ?divi&ion|Jand;'irie 'rebvls^^The loss'of life on3 lioiii'jiide? was(v'grektT^/|rh^''^4th'Higli- ''lan'iers/ wh^Had3 just arrived, and Whose 'gallantry is' metvtioned in ; the highest terms, lost' three kilUd,' and ten'br eleven ^yiourided The Whole of the 'Hottentot 'population of Graham's Town had been 'disarmed. The accounts !on tbe whole are of the most gloomy and unsatisfactory character. ' Java,-— We learn frona 'Lie Maitricienth&t the Javanese pirates were still pursuing their career of blood ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

Farewell Services. rr\UE REV. JAMES B. LAUGHTON, Minister ' I ef the Scots Church, Carcoar, purposes, God willing, to hold Farewell Services at the .time? and places underspecified, previously to liis translation to the pastoral charge of the Scots Church, Pater son. At Orange, Sabbath, Oct. 19th at 11 a.m Well*-or-J, Summerhill, -ditto, ditto, at 4 'p.m. -. Molong, Monday, ditto 20th at .7 p.m. Cheshire's Creek, Sabhath, ditto 2Gth at 4 p.m. Carcoar, Sabhath, Nov. 2nd at 11 a.m. Longswamp. Sibbath, Nov. 2nd at 5 p.m. Carcoar, Oct. 9th 1851. To Poundkespers and Others. MY H0R*iE having been stolen or strayed, I' hereby offer a reward of FIVE pounds on conviction of any parties having' stolen the skid horso. and a reward of One .pound if strayed on his delivery to me at Ophir,— description, Black horse, snip on nose, short cut tail 7 years old, branded J1 on olF' shoulder, D in diamond on the near shoulder. JOSEPH LUCAS, Storekeeper, ' ' Ophir. PAT CATTLE FOR S£.X,S. A BOUT One Hundr...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

' %atn\ SiittlKgcncel ?. \ We have been rfqaested by Mr. A-hs to call the at tention of the public to his 'Bale of- Morses, some of which nre suitable^ for tbe Police, &c, to taks place at Mrs. Black's Ho^el on Tuesday next, without, reserve. The Valb ^loAb. By rheindefaUgable exertions of Messrs.- Murray and White we are glad to p?rceive,t hat t he horrid puddle holes on the Vale Road have been solidified into 'terra firmn and sundry other very desi rable improvements effected. The work has been superintended by Mr^ Murray in person; who has caused these mud pools to be filled with timber, the top of which is' well covered with gravel ; so that at 'last this road, one of the pleasantest drives about: town may be travelled with some degree of comfort.. The eloquence of Mr. Murray, assisted by Mr, White's persuasiveness has accomplished wonders, as upon reference to the subscription list, we perceive thot £30 19?. has been subscribed, of which sum £19 -6s. 6d. has been receiv...

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Original Correspondence. TARSHISH. To the Editor of the "Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 11 October 1851

? - TARSHISH. ; ' ;2V*Ae Editor of the 'Bathiarst Frte Press and ;f '' .' ' Mining Journal.' ',. '?' 'Sisi^-rlt- the; following particulars i dative to lj ilhsdiggings in the Abercrombie are worthy -f:fof.-;;^ place in the .Free Pres3, they are at ' ''your service. The failure of the water at the- head of -'-.-tha—6akey.- Creek drove oar party away about teitdayaago, and having heard a few vague r.anjQur? about tbe Tarshish diggings, we vbited Bathurst to procure information but without becoming much wiser. To go and tsee for ourselves was the next resolve, - ?-, and; after making the oeceesaiy arrange : i menf8, off we started ; and after a pretty -':i'-imbb'th journey for the first thirty or forty miles, and a rough one for the remainder, - ri!$(e;icund ourselves at Tarshish, in the midst :, '^Vf-a-busy throng of diggers. A very short stay amongst the Tarshish miners convinced me ihat nine out of ten of them were green --??'?hands at gold digging, and as you may easily understand,...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 October 1851

S'YiDN EY MAtlKBTS.-rFBiDAT. The Miti3..— ?Mewfl. Barker, and ;Co.:: A quantUy^b.ot.h of ;|iour ^n^ '.wheat is |n,the bands ^ of ' the ^rchants; but,, owing to the tinsettled Btateiof, the; marjeet, it ia ne?t to: :««nBa'iKlA tn nnote a market orice for either article. In consequence of tnis state of lhing«,onty aBrnallqu»nfity, of wheat lias heen puf chased at ^theae 'mills, at from 6s. to 7». 6d.4-er bushel,..haYing declined t« pur chase seyfi.rn\ iota which were oBered.Tre eent quotations for flour are £21 per ton for .fine, and #19 for ; seconds-* , reduction of £2 per. ton on last week's prices. Bran 8d. to 9d. per bushel. Mr. Hreillat: Some Brnall saleB of wheat have been made during ithe^week' at lower ratta than those pre vioualy given— the higheat price being 9a. per buahel for prime Baiuplea. A further reduction baa taken place in the price of Hour—flne being now quoted at £21 per ton.' a'nd second quality at £19 per ton. Bran £5 per ton of 20001b8.~ Mr, Smart: With tbe ex...

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The Diggings. THE WINBURNDALE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 October 1851

/©tie Bigginas. THE WINBURNDALS DIGGINGS!; ,Aa individual, just returned from the Winburndale Diggings, has communicated, the following particulars :-p ; i Up to the time of his leaving there were twelve cradles at work, some of which were rockincj comfortable profits into the pockets of the workers; Gold ia to be tounfl in the surface soil, but before the precious metal can be obtained in any quantity, it is, necessary *to sink to some depth, and the richness of the earth increases with the depth, but to what extent : there has not been sufficient time to prove, a man ue Jonging to the first party who commenced work informed our correspondent, to whom he sold hia gold, that he had, been earning 30s. per day, and that, on one occasion, he got 12 s. worth before breakfast, after 1$ hours' labour. The earth forming the bank3 of the creek upon which the , men are at work, appears to be of comparatively new forroationiOShd the dry beds, whose deposits have been washed from the hills, ar...

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Sydney. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 15 October 1851

*?*'} S?BUhes; :;- ' 'PRODUCE CIRCULAR. -. fFrom the Sydney Morning Herald.) Weliave nothing now to report in our pro duce market, transactions having been ex cee'dingly limited ;. prices, however, rctnaia £rm at fprmer quotations. ErnKftne-e on Eosrland has not altered, and there is no iramediatfe prospect of any further decline. Frbights'to London.— Wool, fd.. to -per lb.; hides, 15s. to ^Cl per ton; tallow, £2 5s. to £2 ; 10s' per ton'; oilj £3 to £3 103 per tun, imperial ; gold, h per cent. Exchange on London— Bant drafts, 3J per cent, ''discount. ? t PalVATB BILtS (WITH PRODUCE tiYPOTHBCA 'xbdJ— 5 per cent, discount. ? ' '

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