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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER XIV—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

^^^^^^^— ^— -^-^— ^— ^— ^— — — ^— — ^™ BELLA'S HERO; OB '*' ? , The MatquiB and the Freebooter. ? I . ~~ V A STOBT OF THE WELSH MABOHES - J Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Jro* \ : -? OHAPTEB XIV.- {Continual.) Then thoro oame a mighty revulsion. \Tho pent-up breath burst forth in a deep, ' .Long-drawn moan— almost a cry— and the ffehookod heart bounded and throbbed ttnmultuously. And ahe preBsed her lips td- her fathoms oheek. ? I And ho, poor fool ! -went away with the Welles that the emotion whioh he had Witnessed was but the result of maidenly Heeling, highly wrought by the strange - (Situation; and of that 'deeper sentiment, Suddenly excited, which every young female must feel in the presence of the _ first suitor. This was all, he thought: and the polite and gallant soldier would Boon win his way to her favourable consideration. There wero a few seconds during which the heart of Bella 'Woldron throbbed so ^?wildly that it seemed to her aB though it ?would burst its priBon-walls. But she con...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Shoalhaven Agricultural and Horticultural Association's Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

Shoalhaven Aftrlcultural and Horti cultural Assoclntloii'8 Annual Show. ' TnE ninth annual exhibition undor tho auspices of tho association named nbova, was hold nt tho usual placo, tho old Presbyterian Church ground, Torraras on Thursday and Frid»j' last; tho lBth. and 1 7th Fojmijsy, ^..Thorjgh the weathor was yon- disAiRroeabloVby.joasoii 9f tho'^xtremo hoat And tha.cloudsfKltflU^t/wiiicIj'jillpd^ttie air, thoro was aiiunnsunilyla^geiittpiidnnco at this year's show as compared .wiHi former annual prizo meotings. Tho increased popularity of tho locnl institution, as far as could bo gathoyed from tho observations of visitors and oxhibitors from a distance, was duo chiefly to tho readj facility afforded by tho Nowra Bridge over the Shoal haven river for communication with tho show ground as compared with foniior years ivhon tho slow and tedious punting process was tho only moans of gotting live stock exhibits ovor. Tho truth of this. observation was well supported by tho traffic on ...

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Poetry. TWO VISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

fjttteg. ';.:;' TWO VISIONS, ' Wbebb ploEotbo onrvinp; morjntains drew : To olasp the stream in their ombraoe, ?With every ontline, onrve, and bne : Befleetod in its plaold faoe. The plongbman stopped liia team to watoh The train, as swift it thundered by ; Borne distant glimpse of life to catch, ' He strains his eager, wiBtfnl eye. The morning freshness Hob on him, * font wakened from bis balmy dreams; The travellers, begrimed anddim, Think longingly of mountain streams. Ob, for the joyous mountain air, - The fresh, delightfnl autumn day ' ' Among tho bills I. The ploughman there . i MuBt have perpolaal holiday I And he, as all day long he gaideo ' Hi« steady plough with patient hand, Thinks of tho flying train that glides Into Bomo new, enabanted land, Where, day by day, no plodding round ' Wearies tho frame, and dulls the mind— , Where life tbrillB keen to sight and sound, With ploughs and furrows left behind. Even so, to ouoh, tho untrod ways Of life aro touohed by fanoy'u glow,...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

'-: ?''?? ''?- :-?-. SA- ~ ~ *l-» . : ? THE DINNER. ' On Thursday night about 60 gentlemen, in cluding the judges and soino visitors, sat down to tho judgos dinner in tho Town Hull. Tho house was nicely decorated with ovorgreens, aud bouquots of ilowors graced tbo woll stocked tablo, doing. credit; to young host Hyam, tho caterer, considering that his board was limited by: the coimnitteo. Tho 1'rosidout of tho associa tion, Mr. W. Lovegrovo, C.P.S., ocuuiiiod tho chair, Mossrs. Mort and Anderson, of Moruya, being on bis right, and Mossrs. M'Mahon and I?. D.Budgory.on his loft. Vico-Prosidonts, Messrs. John Monaghan, J.P., and W. Konnedy, occupied tho vico chairs. Amongst tboso prosont wore Mossrs. W. F. Martin, M.L.A., 0. H. Roborts, (Braidwood), — Mort, Bodulla ; J. Pomoll, (Sydney), R. Andorson, (Moruy*), E. R. Evans, J.P., undG. Porter, J.P., (Dapto), G. M'Phail, (Wollongoug), It. IMflr, J.J., (Gerringong), D. Hyam, Mayor qii-entxti Shoalfc»von, H. H. Fredericks, 'tKuta*). J»me» ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

HOLLOWAY'S Ol.VT.MEXT AND PlLLS.— Fistulas, piles, oxcoriations, and stricttiros aro speodily relieved and ultimately removed by applying this Ointment after formontation with warm water. Persons suffering from thoso scourgos of tho human frame should arrost thoir progress at once, for it is both insidious and rapid. Fistulas, if long allowod to go unchockod, uot only weakon tho norvous system but destroy life. Tho sooner thoso inostiuiablo romodios are used tho moro cortain is success, ynt nono nood dospair ; hopoloss cases havo likowiso yieldod, and tho sufferer boon savod a painful death. In oxcoriations a fpw applica tions of this healing Ointmont offopt a euro, whilo thoPills, conjointly with it, aro especially beneficial in relaxing and removing strictures, whatever thoir situation or duration.— Adv. ' The Man who Vends oi Imports.— As many do, an imitation or countorfoit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what he vends or imports to bo a pernicious art...

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Original Correspondence. The Cambewarra Post-office. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

i-'.'p':.'. ?'?'.Orlft'iiial /'Coi-reM|-ondcncc. ? ?' : -Thie ?? Gambewarra Post-oiOcc. ' ?f'^fTiillV, KDITOK.OF TUB SIIOALllAvKX fcxLKakAFII.. ?'' SlB.r^InyourlasfcissuoI noticed a letter signed ,.,!JJ.!P.','t in .which tho.writor states what ho ? 'jtermafaots; with respeot to the postal doviation ut Cambowarra. For his onlightoiiment as woll ., ? ??as '?btliBrsi* I' would ask you, as ono bottor ' ' '-'denuaintod with tho onviablo post-office, than ho seoms'to ho; to kindly insert tho following y,-ltrntha.; '/ J.P;' statos tho. distance betweon tho l .v'u-jSaui road -and tho Cambowarra ? post-offlco is throe-quar.tors of a milo, and ondoavours to ??'?'. show .that throe-quartors of an hour is lost by r.'':.:::tho'Shbalhaven arid' Ulladulla' pooplo through ;^. ,;thi8 doyiation. . ??' . . y'j''.V.. Npv .nil', ! tho distanco botweon tho main road r' -t iin.d-.thplP?mbowari'a post-oflicp' is harply forty 1 '^Vfiyo cliairt?;. .and' tho 'time tho coach takos t tra^-ol Ilio distanco varie...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

Shoalhaven Blalln' Time Table. ScuTojrowVnlc ? ' T. W't. F. K. Sun. n.m. Arrive YurninRU ... do -lo do do -lo do K.JIO aln Hun'oiiKiUTV . do do do do (In do Ti n.m: Kimfffiroo vly do do do do do do ftn,j!-. Cnmbomirm . do do do do do do 8.6 u.m. Nowm ? do do do do do do (Mill in. Leave Novm ? do do do do do um.m. Sundny, p.m Arrive. 'rompronir.... do do do do do 1p.m. „ 4..10 „ Wmidnmiiiui. do do do do do 2 p.m. „ fi.ao „ Conjoin ? do do do do do 4 p.m. „ 0.80 „ Ynttoyiiltnh.. do do do do do 6y. ? , 7.80 ., Milton ? do do do do do Cp.in. „ !l „ Ulliiiliill«..:...liloldo do do do 7p.ni, ,. lu .. i^ivo TniiuiTuTiwTTita'M t.~w 'tT'tvi'.' TSTn.'Sr ' Arrivo Jlilton ? do do do do do do IMKI „ Viitloynttah.. do do do do do do (1.16 „ -? Conjoin ? do do do do do do 7 „ ? Wnndiindum. do do do do do do ll.lfi „ Toinrroiu; ? do do do do do do 10.1S „ Kawm ? do do do do do do 1.30p.m. LenvoNowm ? lo do do do do do ,1.30 „ C'limbctrami . do do do do do do 4.30 , Knn'rooYlly, do do do do do do 7 ...

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"J.P." in Reply. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

*^' '?'...»:? ?'?'??'? J':?'* i' Bteply. ' ''; '' ' k i ,; : tg Tjir. kuitq4(m!7Uf. siiuauiavkx tkleorapii. ' : OTt;'-11!^ ii?HlriwelBant to hayo to reply to, a c0rro^Jiidon±^'^5'lWf;in professing; to discuss a, -t'oJnmurjJctrfflBn-««f*3'8lirs roads it so carolossly t&j'uot tb-'StftShtRe' sense, and who, as a conse-' 'q'tioiico, attrfbiitos'to you what you neither said' nor meant, .and in addition jumbles up things, tocethbr that, havo- no necessary' .commotion. This complaint I havo to mako against 'J.P.' in last week's papor. In my letter of tho pro-: tvious week I had.only one. point in view, sug gested no ddubt'by'tho' petition alluded to ; but which, was .meant to, bo discussed by mo as an 'abstract 'question apart from any particular , instaiicoi'.ahd: in doing this I bolievod, and bolievb 'still, that in' stating tho caso as I did, th'oro'. was nothing' inconsistent with my being 'considered noutral on tho postal question. I 'did'nofc'statb 'that tho petition was adop...

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The Aroma of Cheese and Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

The Aroma of Cheene and Butter. The following extracts aro from an article which appoars in tho annual report of the American Dairymen's Association, from tho pen of Professor Willard : — Profossor Sogolcko says 'that without decomposition thero is no aroma —at least, no aroma in tho ordinary sense of tho word.' The question raised is an important ono in relation to dairy manufacturers, especially in choeso-making, whero it has boon found that the flavour so much admiral, which cheeso mongors oxpress by the word ' nutty,' or cloan, swoot, ' nutty flavour,' is in its best state, tho result of doveloping lactic acid in the curds. Before tho inauguration of tho choeso factory system, when cheese was made upon the farm, the gonoral opinion provailod among tho best and most experienced cheese-makers that a bettor flavourod choeao came from milk having some ago — at loast, twelve hours old — than tlmt in tho then method of manaufacture (a kind of. ewoot procoss) a finoly-flavoured cheoso ...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

t£r Meetings to be' Held; ; '.' Cfqba- Tfemplar'H Iiodgo 4*neete .'at Nowra; ?Moid|)ii.!S,''..1.882, *t 7 p m. ' , ' ''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

IUawarra sterna Navigation ?Compiiny. ?TIMETABLE. -, c , ( Everv Monday, Tuesday, and From Sydney, j Fn(1 iy nfgllt) ai j I I?rom QroonwoU ( Monday, 0- n. m. ; Tuesday, 3 Point. { ]' in ; Thursday, S a.m. FARES : Cabin, «Os; Return (Cab(n), 3Oh; Stceraae, 12s Od. No Pigs or othor Live Stock will be convoyod by tho stenmor leaving foi Sj dnoy on Tuosday afternoon. E. MANNING, Munagor. Wanted to lie Known. W JONES, CollmH-htieot, Kiamn, has . How* and Vohiclos POK niRJ3. IIo ip preii.irol to iun hetwoon WoHongong and TJliadnHsi. Also, thai/ ho in a ca*h purchaser 'of Ilides and skins in liny quantity. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, OAMBEROO. W: HALL, General Commission Agent, ' AKD PRODUCE MKUCWAXV, i 110, Sussex-street, , sydnijy. N.B. — Country Ordcis piomptly nltendnd to. . T. W. CRAVEN,, Produce Merchant & General 1 Commission Agent. [EttaMithnl 1S--7.] . Stobes — ISi, Srs'-EK-STura.T. Pydxet. {Cj- Com ignments io-poctfully miHuM. , Acooiinti londoroil...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

?') Special Telegraphic* Intelligence. ' - *'''?? ??. . ? ? ? w ?,- ? :' :'f. ' ?: '?! i ? (From Qrevillc's Telegram Company. J - :i}-.:- .. -. ? ?' -. . SYDNEY.' V '' ' '* '?'??,' ? ?'? ' Wednesday, 1 p.m. ':' ? GltEAT indignation is expressod on tho part of the Press at' tho now regulation of tho Telegraph ?-; Department, which limits tho Pi-ess from re-' ,.T.c6iving at. press rates telegraphic mo6.sages in J!' brio day 'over 500 words in the aggrogato num .. '.ber, unless it.is transmitted aftor 10 o'clock at /; night'. The Daily Telegraph to-day publishes a ,l:! 'strong article against *io now regulation, and ?*.' ' says the idea of limiting tho number of words '?'' -that can be received in a day except by paying ''' 'ridiculously high rates, is an emanation of gross ' ' official imbecility. '' Tho English cricketers loft this morning to '''ploy a one day's match at Windsor, and will ''' loavo overland for Molbourne to-night. '?'??' An ' Australian' Tcain of cricketers, consisti...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

-Mltoathaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. , .TPor ihawarra; ^Captain Garde, on tho ICth ?J'ebrmiryY 1882. ' To'Sydney : 369 bags maize, ?320 jbags- potatoes, 54 kogs buttor 71 pigs, 4 : 'Ctilves, 16 cases oggs, l.boKtacbn, 1 case tallow, ??.- ..8 coops poultry, and sundries. To Kiama: 53 ' 'lags maize; ? To Wollongong:'27 bag8 maize. For Illawarra, Captain Garde, on tho 20th ^February, 1882. To Sydney : 542 bags maizo, 296 bags potatoes, 18 pigs, 5 cases oggs, 1 coop , -poultry, and sundriosl To Kioma: 2302 foet ,ji4inibqr, 34 bags maizo, 2 cases. H -' 'Per Allowrio, Captain Walkor, on tho 21st '?Bebfiiaryi 1882. To Sydney : 242 kogs buttor, $? 70;baffltEotatoe8, 30 bags maize, 89 chooses, 3 i. ribagslSftithoriy.17 casos eggs, 9 coops poultry, 1 /'-case cheese,! phoney. ToKiama: 2 cases. ._'?* ? :'y-y- r ? vTKCE ?'''?'?? ? ' ' . Published cyetfyjii'Wiirsday faornlng. C..,. THURSDAY,' FEB,EUAJtf;23, 18827~~

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FOR THE FARTHER. The Best Cown for the Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

FOB THE FATOttJEB. ? ».?? ? «^ ' ? -' ? ??? The Best Coivn for the Dniry. A oow may yield a great bulk of milk which is littlo bottor than sky bluo ; whilst another will givo a small pailful, which is nearly all cream. Thore will be no question which is tho best cow in this contrast, but tho diffi culty comes when ono has to chooso botwoon cows of nearly equal value as cream pro ducors. The dairymon may bo guidod in his solcction by a consideration of . several particulars. First, as to tho time that has clasped sinco tho cow came in to milk, and her age. Tho younger cow is tho moro valuable ono whoro other things aro oqual ; but if agos aro oqual, then tho cow that has maintained tho yield for the longest timo should bo choson. Another consideration is size. A largff body witliout increasod yield is objoc tionabjo, becauso sho wants moro food. The disposition to ^jtiliso tho food is anothor point to bo borne in mind. If tho animal passes tho great part of her food through without l...

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More Than a Centenarian. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

More Than a Centenarian. A very interesting old lady, according to a Parisian contemporary, resides at Lucy, in the Department of Saone-et-Loire. Her certificate of birth proves, it is said, the fact that by April 21 next 3rear sho will havo reached tho ago of 116, having been born in the spring of 1766. This extraoidinary long liver, who is in tho enjoyment of all her facultios, is so strong and hearty that she almost bids fair to last twice the threo score-and-ten span of existence allotted man kind by the Psalmist ; in fact, she expresses' the conviction that ' death must have over looked her.' Her father, a tenant of the Marquise d'Argoilly, departed this life in 1787 ; and his daughter, then just 21 years of age, being loft his solo heiress, becamo involved in a lawsuit with the Marquise. She was married at 18, nearly a century ago, her husband being killed by a German soldier during the invasion of 1814, so that she has been a widow for 67 years. During tho Eeign of Terror her...

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Where the Day Begins. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

^ \'M i sWhere the Day Begins. :i ;';'' ;3br,.time each day begins at midnight ; in ;'/.piacei at the 180th meridian. When it is ;,' -midnight at Greenwich it will be, let us say, '??' Wednesday for 180 degrees east and Tues day.for 180 degrees west, tho 180th meridian ; .. dividing the two days. If a person crosses '' 'tiie 'meridian, coming east, he sails out of Wednesday and into Tuesday. If he goes '^eslward. ho sails out of Tuesday and into _.-j Wednesday. It is never the same, day all around the world excepting when it is strik t;''ing'ihidnight on the '180th meridian'. One ..hour after it is midnight 15 degrees further 'west, -and -1' a.m. of .Wednesday (say) at the meridian, Wednesday extending over 1-5 degrees of the surface of the earth, and i'Tnesday over the remaining 245 degrees ; in other.: words, the new. day extends from :, the 160th .meridian west to midnight, wher '-??'; eyerjjtliafc .maybe, and the old day extends ...from the 180th meridian east till it meets ': :...

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MISCELLANEOUS THE FACE as an Indication of Character. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

.;;V%*''.'.MISCEMjAWI5©i[JS, J The Face on an Indication or -.- .?;; ???-. Character. -no '?'?'? rjfypm the Phrenological Magazine.) ; LiRoTTKD-inrzD persons see much, livo much in the jwn.t|es,V but. think loss. Narrow-oyod ''???. persons, Ion .the other hand, see Iobs, but think more and feel more intensoly. It will 1 :\n i observed that the eyes of children aro ?.::,«peti and round,' Their whole life is to re ..'?t»ive; impressions. It is only when child ? ?' bodd ie maturing towards man or womanhood , thought pomes, if it,comes at all. But what ^' is. it that most leads to reflection ? Espori ?~ence; '????Our errors, our shortcomings, our ..ifatur^s — theBe , teach us to think before wo act, to consider each step, to weigh every ?'-motive. When, therefore, tho upper eyelid '^liifor it is that which has the groateat amount of nobility — droops over the eye, it indicates1 not merely reflection, but some thing:painful ? to reflect about. Hence the length/of. drooping of tho upper e...

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Big Scores. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

Big Scores. The Evening Mail guys:— Lout- nooson in Eng land two largo individual scores woro roconled, and tho socond century was passed on 17 dif foront occasions, but in no singlo instance was tho feat porformed in a flrst-olass mntch. Tho highest scoros in anything liko good raatchos were A. N. Hornby's ISO for Lancashire ngniust Derbyshire; nnrl W. G. Grace's 182 for Glou cestershire against Notts, tkeso jboing actually — as far as merit is concornod— tho two boat innings of tho season. In a soconi-rate match between a scratch team and a Hunting donshiro cloven, W. F. Forbes scored 331, but tho gamo was one of tho friendly contests in which high scores count for littlo. Tho highost individual score on record was also obtained during tho soason in a long vacation match, Mr. N. Hoe, one of tho finest bats at Cambridgo, scoring 41fl, not out; but although both thoso last a^o croditablo performances against any bowling it must bo admitted, when tho character of the opposition is co...

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Colonial Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

Colonial Wives. Loud Loune's remarks on the suitability of the North-west of Canada for female emigration has been tho subject of a good deal of discussion in home circles. Young ladies, as 'a rule, desire to get married as soon as possible, and. Lord Lome has put it on record that, ' if a young woman was at all prepossessing in appearance, she had an offer of marriage in the north-west in a fortnight and away she went.' It may be thatwhon a girl's good looks come up to tho colonial standard, she catches a man's affec tions at once, and, as tho noble Governor General might say, ' off she goes ! ' But lot us, taking up the observation of tho noble lord, follow the female immigrant in the far West say, of the beautiful ago of 18 or 19, who found favour in a good man's eyes, and, as the Governor says, ' away she went.' At a telegraph station, a shanty house, quite in the wilderness, and 80 miles from the nearest settlement, he said ho had talked with the wife of the tele graph operator...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

CoHiiutii'cia I Xntclliff«»cc. f goutli CoiiMt mid 'West; Cnmrtcn .Co operative Company (JT-iinited). ,./, Sidney Mabket Pkioes. '' ???'???; : Bblow wo givogonoral quotations.' ?' '??'? -. ' -.-::. -'I.'-'' : '? .:::??£?*. ?&?.-'.- '? '£ a.-:d: Butter, best' porlb.. 0, 1' 0-, to, , 0 1 3: Ditto, secondsditto. . . 0 0 ,.6 . . „. ( 0,; 0 8' Bacon/ditto'...'... ;.': 0:i 6':6': ,',; -JO'- 0!ll8; . Ditto.hoavy and rough 0'! (lUftmt/,,- -iO ,*0it-.4- Chooso, ditto ? ?.:.!. 0 ,0, 3,ivi),|1.;.,0i..0..!7: ' Ditto 2nd and inferior .0 0 .3, ?-„' '?'' O.'.'' 0 ? 'i, ? Pigs (alivo), each.. v. !0;15; ??}0y}T,\M}l-i--', 5(10i ' Calves,1 ditto . j:. . :. .. ? 0 ?,v6«1,0,--jft,iT il O.,,lp,^O!.- Hidos, pach ? fi.^^v'K-in^itx&t Calfskins, each: .'.I .. 0 Ml^'3 : C~i? ' 0^(i-G:: Tallow, per ton /. .V'25tO' O'.'^i28t OWOj ' Maizo, porbusbol'. .-. .ifl.O i o ,Qi^;,,i7.^Qi- fi.'i',3! ' Wheat, por bushol -. ., , 0,, . 5 f P,, ;„, . ? .,0. ,&?# : Barley, (English) . . '0'3'!'9: ';',...

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